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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 26 1908 8 Pages N07 CowheelLI I SHE DOES HERSELF PROUD IN THE CONTEST LAST SATURDAY GLORIOUSJVICTORY I FOR TEMPERANCE Wets Snowed Under in Every Dis trict in The City in Satur days Election MEETINGS OF REJOICING After the polls closed in the local option election Saturday and the bal lots were counted the results showed victory for the Temperance people which meant happiness to hundreds of homes in Cloverport The wets were defeated in every district and the town went dry by a majority of 80 The Temperance people worked hard all day Saturday as they had Dr Lightfoot Enterprising During the last week Dr Forrest Lightfoot has made some very extensive Improvements on the vacant lots on i River Front in the East End He hast had them cleaned and fenced and will put the ground in rye Dr Lightfoot is one of Cloverports most enterprising citizens He is al ways busy atsome thing worth while Runaway Thursday- W T Halliday Misses Emma and Mollie Marksberry were injured but I not seriously in a runaway enroute I from Tar Springs to Cloverport ThursdayMr eight hundred dollar team became frightened on top of Nigger Hill and it was near Father Breys residence that the occupants were thrown from the carriage The horses were bruised considerably League News Begining Aug 28 to 30 the Epworth Ieagues of the Owensboro district will hold a conference at Livermore Ky An excellent program is promised for each day during the meeting Miss Jennie Mabel Harris and Miss A Louise Babbage were appointed delegates from the Cloverport Chapter Sunday night a most interesting meeting will be held here and all the 19071908 officers will take part in the exercises and Mr Denton will lead The installation of the new officers will take place the first Sunday night In September Irvlngton Defeats Big Spring jf Irvington and Big Spring played an interesting game of ball on the local diomoud last Friday which resulted in a victory for Irvington by the score of 2 to 1 Irvington allowed only two hits and made only two errors Big Spring making eight errors and allowing seven hits They game terminated in the first half of tht ninth when a dispute arose over a excision on a foul ball Skillman easy For Toblnsport Sunday afternoon the Pumpkin Rollers defeated Skillman in a one sided game the score being 14 to 1 Tobiusport made eleven runs in the ninth inning Collision Stops Game Patesville lined up against the local team here Saturday afternoon In the sixth inning fielders NewtonI and Lynch ran together while trying to catch Fusrows fly Both PlayersI were knocked senseless for a time and were unable to play the rest of the game As Patesville had no sub stitutes the game was called off and will probably be played next Satur day When the game stopped the score was 6 to 3 in favor of Patesville Names Omitted Accidentally in the notice given in last weeks News about Mrs Chas Bohlers delightful dinner party omitted were the following names Mrs S A Geary and children Mary Louise Sanford and Thelman and Mr K Barney Bohler from the beginning of the campaign and by the time the polls were closed not even the shadow of a whiskey man could be seeneveryone had gone down so completely In defeat Each hour of the day the Baptist and Presbyterian church bells were rung while the women held prayer meeting at the Methodist church and the outcome was that their earnest call was answered by the conscien tious voters of the city The news of victory brought a large crowd at the Temperance headquar ters about 430 p m and an im promptu meeting of rejoicing was held and led by the Rev James Lewis and Rev B M Currie The services at the churches Sun day were praise meetings Everybody was so happy for old Cloverport will be temperate three years longer and no doubt forever CARTERS LANDING Joe Mulhatten Jr Hands Out News Items In A Mild But Interesting Form P B Greenwood gave a rag at his house Tuesday night Those that at tended were Mr and Mrs T N Manning and daughter Eunice of Apache Okla Volentim OBryan and daughters Susie and Blanche of Rho delia Mrs Jos Mattingly and dough ters Ollie and Uria of Tell City Ind Misses Gladys Sims Bessie Keys Mau Hall Messrs Tom Pauley Jim Ricketts Tom and Frank Carter Latoi Furrow of Cloverport Stoy Hawkins Nat Ed and Tod JohnsonRoy Beavin of Persimon Flat Misses Emley and Jennie Johnson of near Tuckers Harden Brown Morris Lee Osborne Alfred and Everette Miller John Pierce Frank Miller of Holt Olli Walker Dessie Beavin Margaret Beavin Mary Carter June Philips and Rchard Carter Frank Greenwood Ed and Dessle Greenwood Mrs San Carter of this place Caroline Hager o Henderson NOTES They say that Morris Lee Osborn got struck on eighty different girls Tod Johnson and Roy Beavin knowi as young pigeons Alfred and Ed Miller Stoy Hawkins and Richard Carter all young swells of this place are trying to sprout a mustache Nov wouldnt that tickle you Will the young ladies please sit up and take noticeTod Johnson makes a noise like a mar that wants to marry Jim Ricketts of Cloverport was so tall the young ladies had to use the telephone when they wished to speak to him The girls all say that Harden Brown of Holt would be a fine dancer if it didnt take so much room for his feet The girls all fell in love with John OBryan of Rhodelia They say he iis- the candy Frank Greenwood is wearing a smile that sticks cause his old girl is in town Thos N Manning the Oklahoma Wonder is on exhibition here He weighs eight thousand pounds in his stocking feet Tom was sadly disap pointed when he arrived here He brought up three car loads of Oklahoma stories to unload on the liars club Imagine his chagrin when he found the club was extinct Tom is prospering in Oklahoma The reason we know this to be a fact he had u role of mazuma onhim that would choke a calf Prohibition has such a tight grip on that country he informs us they will arrest a man if caught eating a sour apple He says there is some fine land out there and some so poor you couldnt raise a racket on it Corn is so high at this place what little the farmers have they carry it around in their pocket books Its a legal tender Hurrah for Bryan + Joe Mulhatten Jr MOST INTERESTING ANNOUNCEMENT Miss Grace Mae Plank And Mr Ira D Behen To Be Married In September CHURCH WEDDING Last Wednesday at a beautiful morning party given by Misses Eva and Edith Plank announcement was made of the engagement of their sister Miss Grace Mae Plank to Mr Ira D Behen The announcement cards were tied to little bags of rice placed In heartshaped baskets which were given to each guest Mrs James Younger was the first to discover the secretThe wedding will take place Wednesday morning September the twenty third at 930 oclock in the Methodist church The Rev B M Currie will officiate in the marriage ceremony Miss Plank is the daughter of Mr P D Plank Master Mechanic of the Henderson Route shops of this city and is a most popular young girl Several entertainments have already been planned in her honor Mr Behen is the youngest son of Mr and Mrs Marion Behen and holds an important position with the L H St L R R Sick List Mrs Ryan who has been ill at her home in the East End is improving Mrs F M Smith was ill last week Dr Smith has been suffering from malaria Leave Fare 7 711 a m 100 713 a m 100 717 a m 100 720 a m 100 734 a m 100 Lodiburg 743 a mOl 100 752 a m 80 Leave Fare Owensboro 700 a Maceo 720 a m 175 Adair 740 a m 150 Petrie 745 a m 135 752 a m 125 800 a m 110 CloverPort 814 a m 100 Holt 823 u m 100 825 a 100 829 a m 100 Leave Fare Louisville 700 a 200 West Point 750 a a 100 Bartles a m 100 Rock Haven a Long Branch a a Ekron a Guston 837 a 80 IRVINGTON NEWS Well on The Place B To Our esteemed townsman Uucle John Musselman who presides over the coal chute is proud of his fine sulphur well which yields such a generous flow of clear sulphur water from a depth of two hundred seventy feet The railroad company found the stream while drilling a new wall The water is cold and contains both sulphur and iron of our good are using the water with beneficial results There is not a healthful place on the footstool than Irvington With a good wells a few hotels a bowling alley and accessories it could be advertised as a firstclass summer health resort Miss Mary Peyton returned Sunday from Springs after a week spent Mrs C L were the guests of relatives at Tip Top for a days last week Will Cain of Louisville came down Thursday for an indefinlte visit to her parents Mr and Mrs A B Coleman I Misses Maggie Greenwood Eva Schindler Rena have re I turned from Cloverport where they the guests of Miss Maggie Carter i Continued on Fourth Page M11AAA1N 1MA Train Service Fo- rBreckenridge Fair I SEPT 1 2 1908 I and Second Days of fairIISpecial Train will between Cloverport I burg leaving Cloverport at 7 oclock Cloverport anr100H-oltAddison Stephensport Sample Mystic Webster Addison moo Howard John justly Several citizens mineral similar children Roberts 3 Leave Fare a 75 Leave 810 a Basin Springs 818 a in50 IAbove burg Train m200 175Lewisport Hawesville Skillman Stephensport Discovered Musselman delightfully Chamberlain Irvington Irvington J51Harned IOnFarelSample Webster 903 a m80Irvin-gton a m 75 Leave Irvington a Basin Springs a m mIGarfield 942 a Harned a moo Junction 953 amFair Grounds a 20IIReturning leaves bOO p m C Louisville Day September Special train will run between Louisville and 2IIleaving at 7 oclock a m m m 755 m 800 805 m 100 812 m 100 Brandenburg 822 mOl 100 830 m 100 m Sulphur longing and more few more and more and and Tar thereMr and few Mrs and and were First run 800 m m 910 920 930 m 950 955 m Louisville Leave Fare Irvington 850 a m 75 Leave Irvington 900 a m Basin Springs 910 a ra 50 Garfield 922 a m35Har- ned 930 a m 20 Junction 933 a m Fair Grounds 935 a m Returning leaves 441 p m Passengers from Fordsville and all inter mediate points will use Regular Train No2 coming to Hardinsburg arriving at the Fair- Grounds at 815 a m Returning on Special leaving Fair Grounds at 530 p m All trains both Regular and Special will stop at Fair Grounds flPMflA d I Ij I I VAST THRONG 4 Attend the Seventh Annual Masonic Barbecue and fleet and Greet Each Other in the Old Time Way THOSE WHO REGISTERED AT NEWS BOOTH Thursday the seventh annual celebration or the Masonic barbecue ex celze 1 the previous ones in every way and the event was crowned with success for the day was most beautiful crowd was the largest people the best amusements most interesting dinner the I finest girls the prettiest especiall those from Tpbinsport and the men were most liberal and genial There were no fights no whisky nothing to marr the pleasure of the day and every person of the five thousand surely had a perfect time Winners of Prize Contests Fir Prize Freeforall foot race 100 yards Earl Snyder first box cigar by F T Heyser Wm Potts second one years subscription to Breckenridgi News by J D Babbage Second Prize Finding the mysterious man Miss Josie Raitt ladys hat by Mrs J M Cordrey Virgil A Babbage pair shoes by Conrad Sipple Third PrizeMost popular lady Mrs A B Skillman first ladies hat by Mrs R T Polk Mrs Sue Younger second bowl and pitcher by OCon nell Us Co- Fourth PrizeEgg race Mrs BM Currie one dozen photographs by C G BrabandtFifth PrizeBaby show Mrs Jas Seatons boy baby first gocart by C Hamman Mrs Fred Hawkins girl baby second necklace by Severs Drug CompanySixth Old mans race 50 and- over 50 yards Jesse Keys first barrel flour by Star Roller Mills Pet Ford second sack flour by Nelson QuigginsSeventh PrizeFarmers contest Forrest Jennings first 60 apple trees by W S Ashby Son Dud Hatfield second 40 apple trees by W S Ashb SonEighth PrizeLargest family con test Lou Waggoner first large cake by Home Bakery Zack Stith second one years subscription to Breckenridgi News by J D Babbage Nineth Prize Best preserved old lady Mrs Mildred Pate 91 years old ha given by Mrs J M Cordroy Tenth PrizeBoys contest Mile Tucker 5 worth of merchandise by J C Nolte i Bro Eleventh PrizeGuessing contest Alf Hawkins box cigars by F T Hey serTwelfth Prize Envelope contest Jno Ashby 5 worth of merchandise by B F Allen Thirteenth Prize Rifle contest Vtn Wheatley rifle by Conrad Payne b Co Fourteenth Piize Ladies popularlt contet Miss Alyce B Pate first old watch Miss Eunice Jennings second solid gold bracelet Miss Mary Goering third silk umbrella given by Breckin ridge Bank Bank of Cloverport Seator Weatherholt Cloverport Foundry anc Machine Co Miler Brick and Tile Co Gregory Co J H Phelon andtF Fraize Heavy Registration Those who registered at the News booth were- MollieC Ryan Tobinsport Ind L H Kincheloe Louisville T H Withers Hardinsburg M W Keisker Louisville A G Alderman Louisville R M Crenshaw Cloverport W R Polk Tobinsport Ind Jacy P Simons Tobinsport Carrie Mae Simons Tobinsport Lucile Hayden Tobinsport Vernell Hayden Tpbinsport Mrs Graham Polk Tobinsport Jennie Smart Hites Run Llllie E Teibovitz Lewisport Pauline Moorman Stephensport Michael Miller Owensboro Mrs W Lowry Smith Lowisport Mrs M L Roberts Stephensport J J Tilford Fordsville L J Perkins Louisville Alma Wheeler Rome Ind Carrie Dhonau Rome Ind Ruth Wheeler Rome Ind Myrtle Leaf Rome Ind Anna Shank Rome Ind J B Donaldson Enid Oklahoma- B G Stuart Enid Oklahoma Hellen Connor Terre Haute Ind Eunice Wheeler Hardin Grove Ind Chas E Connor Terre Haute Ind Edith Wheeler Hardin Grove Ind Mrs J H Rowland Cloverport John Adams Tobinsport Ind Marcus W Miller Cloverport Willie Wroe Cloverpor- tJ A Dean Owensboro Maude Gilbert Stephensport Jettye Harrison Lodiburg Mary Argabright Webster Jennie Warfield Louisville Mrs F Fraize Cloverport Paul Haynes Bluff City Nellie E Fawver Patesville Bessie Lynch Patesville Lizzie Kincaid Patesville Mrs Will Monical Hawesville Lena Monical Hawesville Agnes Monical Hawesville Mrs Eliza Fuqua Hawesville- A J Keys Lodiburg J J Whitworth Stephensport- G S Greathouse Lewisport Nora Robbins Sample Mary HckeriOn Sample Clinton Lojd Jacksonville Ill Ethel Hickerson Sample Mrs Z T Stith Guston Delia Harrison Lodiburg Geo Hufuage an I wife Gannelton M D Stith Bewleyville- Clatice Buforman Hage stown Md Z T Stith Bewleyville Mrs Z T Stih Bawleyville- Ciirra Harriton Lodiburg Ernest S allmrnn Chenault- S W Thrasher Uwitport J H Huntche CanHeltofc Ruby F EsterU Louisville Mamie L AdkistOD Lodibursr Mrs Eli Wilson West Point- J L Owen Lewisport Mary Basham Stephens port Bill Gibson Sample Esther Payne Stephensport Lelah Hawkins Stephensport Allie Combs Hindman 1V Bevie Cain Hindman Blanche Jolly Irvington Minnie Walker Irvington Herbert Cain Irvington Florence Cain Louisville Virginia McGavock Skillman Willie B Hobbs Maysville Mo Mildred Baker Owensboro Margaret Htirman Owensboro Marcia M King Marion V A Babbage Cloverport Hughes Ireland Skillman- A M Hardin Lodiburg Mrs A M Hardin Lodiburg Mrs Simms Thomas Hawesville Mrs Geo Bentley Hawesville Mrs R Steele Stanley Miss A Hambleton Stanley Mildred Steele Stanley Mrs Geo Reese Pineville Miss A G Ditto Louisville Adelia Moorman Louisville Ray K Heyser Cloverport Mrs Jno E Kincheloe Hardinsburg Alberta Drury Bewleyville Fannie Hardeway Guston B L Stith Guston G 0 Blauford Irvington M P Stith Bewleyville H H Tindle Dukes- J W Hunter Sample Mrs H 0 Keys West Point Jos Hatfield Frymire- R H Bower Frymire Lizzie Bandy Lodiburg Lizzie Head LodiburgrDugan Severs Union Star Lena Payne Stephensport Mrs Vina Robertson Lodiburg Bessie Buford Lodiburg Continued on F with Page f r t YY + r +rw1R+r r r tt 1y Sr t Ik O 04SJ UOti4C 44C40 O d- OOJaneCable y r Copyrllht 1906 by Dodd Mead tcZL Company E yp p p pp 4q O b444 0 0440444440 047 = ilLrT n How far a mans natural incli nation toward evil may carry him despite the fact that his wrong doing involves the wrecking of the happiness of his only son is welt shown in this story of Chi cago the Philippines and New York The tale is not all one of evil however In it figure also love and romance daring and danger patriotism and the self sacrificing if mistaken devotion of the Filipino to his countrys cause Our narrative is essen tially one of modern times and its characters or their originals walk the streets of American cities today but their actions and the story of their loves and hates recall with distinct force the scenes and persons depicted by Dickens Especially is this true of Elias Droom the elderly lawyers clerk who is worthy of comparison with any one to be found in the pages of the Eng lish master CHAPTER III a bright clear after in tho late fall that rrwas Miss Cable drove her trap and waited i curb for her father come forth from hit of fice in one of Chicagos tallest build ings The crisp caressing wind that came up the street from the lake put tho pink into her smooth checks but it did not disturb the brown hair that crowned her head Well groomed and graceful she sat straight and sure upon the box her gloved hand grasping the yellow reins firmly and confidently Miss Cable looked neither to right nor to left but at the tips of her thorough breds cars Slender and tall and very aristocratic she appeared her profile alone visible to the passersby After a very few moments waiting 1n her trap the smart young woman became impatient A severe little pucker settled upon her brow and not once but many times her eyes turned to the broad entrance across the side walk She had telephoned to her fa thor earlier in tho afternoon and he had promised faithfully to be ready at 4 oclock for a spin up the drive behind Spartan At three minutes past 4 the pucker made its first appearance and now several minutes later It was quite distressing Never before had he kept hor waiting like this She was con scious of the fact that at least a hundred men had stared at her In the long oat ten minutes she had ever known From the bottom of a very hot heart she was beginning to resent this scru tiny when n tall young follow swung around a nearby corner and catno up with a smile BO full of delight that the dainty pucker left her brow as the shadow flees from the sunshine Ills hat was off and poised gallantly above his head his right hand reaching up to clasp the warm little tan one out Btrotcbod to meet It I knew it was you long before I saw you said he warmly Truly Howe interesting she re sponded with equal warmth Some thing psychic in the atmosphere to dayOh no he said reluctantly releas ing her hind I cant see through e IIIaI troeaoa I knew it wus you long before Isawyou these huge buildings you know Its Impossible to look over their tops I simply knew you wore here thats all Youre romantic even though you are a bit silly she cried gayly Pray how could you know Simplest thing In the world Rlgby told me he had seen you and that you seemed to be in a great rage Ho dared me to venture Into your presence and thats why Im here What a hopelessly commonplace explanation Why did you not leave mo to think that there was really something psychic about it Logic is so i k nLuDcr U= L discouraging to ones conceit Im m a- very disagreeable humor today she said In fine despair I dont believe It he disputed graciously But I am she insisted smiling brightly His heart was leaping hlgh so high that it filled his eyes Every thing has gone wrong with me today Its pretty trying to have to wait In front of a big office building for fifteen I minutes Every Instant I expect a po- lIcemanj to como up and order me to move on Dont they arrest people for blocking the street Yes and put them in awful rat swarming dungeons over In Dearborn avenue Poor Mr Cable he should be made to suffer severely for his wretch ed conduct The Idea of Dont you dare to say anything mean about dad she warned But hes the cause of all the trouble Hes never done anything to make you happy or- Stop I take it all back Im in a perfectly adorable humor It was dreadfully mean of me to be half an gry with him wasnt it Hes in there now working his dear old brain to pieces and Im out here with no brain at all she said ruefully To the ingenuous youth such an ap peal to his gallantry was well nigh irresistible and for a moment it seem ed as It he would yield to the tempta tion to essay a brilliant contradiction but his wits came to his rescue for quickly realizing that not only wore the frowning rocks of offense to bo avoided but likewise the danger of floundering helplessly about in the in viting quicksands of inanity he pre served silence wise young man that he was and trusted to his eyes to ex press an eloquent refutation At last however something seemed to occur to him A smile broke on his face You had a stupid time last night he hazardedWhat es you think so I know who took you in to dinner The eyes of the girl narrowed slightly at the corners Did he tell you No I have neither seen nor heard from any one present She opened her eyes wide now Well Mr S Holmes who was it That Imbecile Medford Miss Cable sat up very straight in the trap Her little chin went up in the air She even went so far as to make a pretense of curbing the impa tience of her horse Mr Medford was most entertaining He was the life of the dinner she returned somewhat severely lIes a professional An actor she cried incredulously- No a professional diner out Wasnt that rich young Jackson there Why yes But do tell me how you knew The girl was softening a little her curiosity aroused Of course I will ho said boyishly at once pleased with himself and his sympathetic audience About 530 I happened to be In the club Medford was there and as usual catering to Jackson when the latter was called to the phone Naturally I put two and two together Ho paused to more thoroughly enjoy the look of utter mys tification that hovered on the girls countenance It was very apparent that this method of deduction through addition was unsatisfying What Jackson said to Medford on his re turn the young man continued 1 did not hear but front the expression on the listeners face 1 could have wag ered that an Invitation had beets ex tended and accepted Oh we boys have got It down tIne Garrison Is And who is Garrison Garrison Is the head door man at the club Its positively amazing the number of telephone calls he receives every afternoon from well known so ciety women What about And whats that got to do with Mr Medford taking me in to dinnerJust Suppose Mrs Rowden Mrs Rowden The girl was non plused Yes wants to find out whos in the club She phones Garrison Instant ly after ascertaining which set young er or old is wanted from a small card upon which ho has written a few but choice names of club members he submits a name to her Really you dont mean to tell me that such a thing is actually done I ex claimed Miss Cable who as yet was socially so unsophisticated as to bp horrified Youre Joking of course But nine times out of ten Ignoring the interruption it is met with Dont want him I Another Makes a bad combination A third Oh no my dear not a dollar to his namehope lessly ineligible This last exclama tion though intended solely for the vis itor at her ome elicits from Garrison a low chuckle of approval of the speak ers discrimination and presently he hears Goodness me Garrison there must be some one else Then to her delight she Is Informed that Mr Jack sdn has Just come in and he Is request ed to come to the phone Garrison being dismissed with thanks and the ex pectation of seeing her butler in the morningHow perfectly delicious I came from the girl I can almost hear Mrs Row I 1 OrGO444444 0 044 By George Barr- McCutcheon to Author of Beverly of Graustark Etc 404440 44444QCF den tolling Jackson that ho will be the dearest boy lu the world If he will dine with her And bring some one with him as she Is one man short laughed Gray don as ho wound up lightly And hero is whero the professional comes In Were all on to Medford Why Garri son has half a dozen requests a night six times five30 Not badbut then the mans a whos who that never makes mistakes I wont bo positive that he does not draw pay from both ends For men like Med ford outside of tho club probably tip him to give them the preference It would be good businessII There was so In the speakers manner uttering these last words that it would not have I required the wisdom of one older than Miss Cable to detect that he was thor oughly enjoying his pose of man of thoI world He was indeed young for I had yet to learn that not to the girl but to conform asdisillusionII possible to her ideals was way to win her favor and his vanity surely would have received a blow had not David Cable at that moment come out of the doorway across the sidewalk pausing for a moment to con verse with the man who accompanied him The girls face lighted with pleasure and relief but the young man regarding uneasily the countenance of the general manager of the Pacific Lakes and Atlantic Railroad company saw that he was white tired and drawn It was not the keen alert ex pression that had been the admiration of every one something vital seemed to be missing although he could not have told what it was A flame seemed to have died somewhere In his leaving behind a faint taceII L Hello Graydon How are your ashes and through the young mans brain there flashed the remark of his fair companion Hes In there now working his dear old brain to pieces Im sorry to have kept you wait ing Jane said Cable crossing to the curb Hello Graydon How are you His voice was sharp crisp and louder than the occasion seemed to demand but It was natural with him Years of life iu an engine cab do not serve to mellow the tone of the human voice and the habit is too strong to be over come There was no polish to the tones as they Issued from David Cables lips He spoke with more than ordinary regard for the queens Eng lish but it was because he never had neglected it It was characteristic o the man to do n thing as nearly right as he knew how in the beginning and to do it the same way until a better method presented itself Very well thank you Mr Cable except that Jane has been abusing me because you were not here to I Dont you believe a word ho says dad she cried Oh if the truth isnt in me Ill subside laughed Graydon Neverthe less youve kept her waiting and its only reasonable that she should abuse somebodyI you were hero to receive It It saves my gray hairs Rubbish I was Miss Cables simple comment as her father took his place beside her Oh please drive on Jane said the young man his admiring eyes on the girl who grasped the reins afresh and straightened like a soldier for Inspection I must run around to tho Uni I versity club and watch the score of the YaleHarvard game at Cambridge It looks like Harvard hang it all Great game they say Thero ho goes on football We must bo off or It will be dark before wo get away from him Goodbyl cried Miss Cable Hows your father Gray He wasnt feeling tho best in tho world yesterday said Cable tucking in tho robe A case of liver Mr Cable Hes all right today Goodbyl away11heI 0 I that brought a new brightness to here es and a proud throbbing to her heart but ho did not observe the ef feet Bright clever chapthat Graydon Bansemer he said comfortably wuw = j w CHAPTER II TlIIE general manager of tho Pacific Lakes and Atlantic Railroad system had ohad a hard struggle of ItQ o He who begins his career with a shovel In a loco motive cab usually has something of that sort to look back upon There are no roses along the pathway he has traversed In the end perhaps he wonders if It has been worth while David Cable was a general manager He had been n fireman It had required twentyfive years of hard work on his part to break through the chrysalis Packed away In a chest upstairs in his house there was a grimy greasy un wholesome suit of once blue overalls The garments were Just as old as his railroad career for he had worn them on his first trip with the shovelI When his wife Implored him to throwaway the detestable things he said with characteristic humor that ho thought he would keep them for a rainy day It was much simpler to go from gen oral manager to fireman than vice versa and It might be that be would need the suit again It pleased him to hear his wife sniff contemptuously David Cable had been a wayward venturesome youth His father and mother had built their hopes high with him as a foundation and he had proved a decidedly Insecure basis for one night In the winter of 1863 he stole away from his home In New York Before spring he was fighting In the far southlnnd a boy of sixteen carry ing a musket in the service of his countryAt close of the civil war Private Cable barely eighteen returned to his home only to find that death had de stroyed Its happiness His father had died leaving his widowed mother a dependent upon him It was then philo sophically he realized that labor alone could win for him and he stuck to it with rigid Integrity In turn he be came brakeman and fireman Finally his determination and faithfulness won him a firemans place on one of the fast New York Central runs If ever he was dissatisfied with the work no one was the wiser- Railroading In those days was not what It Is in these advanced times Then it meant that one was possessed of all the evil habits that fall to the lot of man David Cable was more or less contaminated by contact with his rough ribald companions of the rail and he elided moderately into the bad COULD NOT WALK fOR fOUR MONTHS Mass of Itching Burning Humor on AnklesFeet Fearfully Swollen Opiates Alone Brought Sleep Many Treatments Failed but TORTURES OF ECZEMA YIELDED TO CUTICURA Cuticura Remedies are all you claim them to be I had eczema for over two years I had two physicians but they only gavo me relief for a short time and I cannot enumerate tho ointments and lotions I used to no purpose My ankles wero ono mass of sores Tho itching and burning were eo intense that I could not 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JohnsManville Company 217231 Claybourn St AHIwaukee WIs r cA fKingswood College Kingswood Kentucky lStands for tho culture of body mind and soul Co educational Bottom rates rospective pupils guar anteed satisfaction Common sense industry Bible salvation Insure success for time and eternity For Catalog Address t J W HUGHES Pres L habits of his kind lIe drank and gamboled with the rest of the boys but by nature not being vicious and low the Influences were not hopelessly deadening to the better qualities of his character To his mother he was always the strong good hearted manly boy better than all the other sons In tho world She believed In him Ho worshiped her and It was not until he was well up in tho twenties that he stopped to think that she was not the only good woman In the world who deserved respect Up In Albany lived the Widow Cole man and her two pretty daughters Mrs Colemans husband died on the battlefield and she like many women In the north and the south after years of moderate prosperity was compelled to support herself and her family She had been a pretty woman and one readily could bee where her daughters got their personal attractiveness Not many doors from tho boisterous little eating house in which the railroad men snatched their meals as they went through the widow opened a book and news stand Her home was on the floor above the stand and it was there she brought her little girls to womanhood Good looking harum scaroin Dave Cable saw Frances ColeI man one evening as ho dropped in to purchase a newspaper It was at the end of June in 1870 and the country was in the throes of excitement over the first news of the Ouster massacre on the Little Big Horn river Cable was deeply Interested for he had seen Custer fighting at the front In the sixties Frances Colemanv the prettiest girl he had ewer seen sold him tho newspaper After that he seldom went through Albany without visiting the little book shop Tempestuous even arrogant In love Cable once convinced that he cared for her lost no time in claiming her whether or no In less than three months after the Custer massacre they were niarrkJ Defeated rivals unanimously and en viously observed that the handsomest fireman on the road had conquered the most outrageous little coquette be tween New York and Buffalo As a matter of fact she had loved hum tram the start the others served as thorns with which she delightedly pricked his heart into subjection The young husband settled down re nounced all of his undesirable habits and became n new man with such sur prising suddenness that his friends marveled and derided A year of happiness followed He grew aches tomed to her frivolous ways over looked her merry whimsicalities and gave her the full length of a free rope as he called It He was con tented and consequently careless She chafed under the indifference and in her resentment believed the worst of him Turmoil succeeded peace and content ment and in the end David Cable driven to distraction weakly aban doned the domestic battlefield and fled to the far west giving up home good wages and all for the sake of freedom such as it was He ignored her letters and entreaties but in all those months that he was away from her he never ceased to regret the impulse that had defeated him Nevertheless he could not make up his mind to go back and resume the life of torture her jealousy had begotten Then the unexpected happened A letter was received containing the com mand to come home and cure for his wife and baby At once David Cable called a halt in his demoralizing ca reer and saw the situation plainly He forgot that she had nagged him to the point whero endurance rebelled he forgot everything but tho fact that he cared for her in spite of all Sobered and conscience strlckop he knew only that she was alono and toiling that she had suffered uncomplainingly until the babe was some months old before ap pealing to him for help In abject hu miliation he hastened back to New York reproaching himself every mile of the way Had he but known rho true situation be would have spared the pangs of remorso and narrative ten never would have been beenI 1Continued on page 3 4Active At 87 This would be unusual news if men and women would Keep themselves free from rheumatism and all aches aud pains as well as keeping the muscles and joints limber with Ballards Snow Liniment Sold by A R Fisher Financial Advice Heres a man said the old citizen who lost 5000 in a bank whar ho put it tel safe keepin Bill dont yqp ever take no risk like that Ef ever you gits hold of any money do like your father before you donebury it- an spen the rest of your life slttin over it with a shotgunAtlanta Con stitution Why James Lee Got Well Everybody in Zanesville OJ knows Mrs Mary Lee of rural route 8 She writes My husband James Lee firm ly believes he owes his life to the use of Dr Kings Nsw Discovery His lungs were so severely affected that consump tion seemed inevitable when a friend recommended New Discovery We tried it and its use has restored him to perfect health Dr Kings New Dis covery is the King of throat and lung remedies For coughs and colds it has no equal The first dose gives relief Try ill Sold under guarantee at Severs Drug Store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free On Ice Yes said Alkali Ike a couple o pretty yesterdayIts fellows remarked the eastern tqurlst Yaas they certainly have to be kept cool stranger I believe for some rea beforfPress Certainly Would City Man to vlllagerWouldnt I open your eyes to look across at that lot there and see one of our city sky scrapers covering It Village Man Waal I guess I would seeln as Ive rot twenty head o cattle grazhV there Bohemian One cannot talk constantly without saying foolish things Chicago Rec ordHeraldBaby Morphine Fiends are made by all soothing syrups and baby medicines that contain opium and narcotics McGees Baby Elixir con tains no injurious or narcotic drugs ofII any kind A sure and safe cure for dis ordered stomach bowels and fretfulness byADisproved SheThey say thnt a man becomes like that with which he continually associates HeRidiculous Ideal Ive been a fishmonger all my life and cant swim a yard yet London Opinion 1 A patch on the trousers is not as bad t lfEvening3 ti F wi 1 1lIVrJANE CABLE CHAPTER III the city of New York there was I ractlclng at that time to lawyer lhr Wlthe name of Biuisemer J Ills oUlce on the top most floor of a dingy building in the lower section of the city was not Inviting On leaving tint elevator one wound about through nar row halls and finally peered with more or less uncertainty and misgiving ut the half obliterated sign which said that James BauBctner held forth on the other side of the glass panel It was whispered In certain circles and openlyI avowed in others that Bat seniors business was not the kind which elevates the law In plain Vords his methods were construed to base the good antb honest statutes A the land Once inside the door of Us office and a heavy spring always ftosed It behind onethere was qukc jl jevldence that the lawyer lamentably disregarded the virtues of prosperity no matter how they had been courted and won Although his transactions In and out of the courts of that great city bore the mark of dishonor he was known to have made money dur ing the ten years of his career as a member of the bar Possibly he kept his office shabby and unclean that it might be in touch with the transactions which had their morbid birth inside the grimy walls There was no spot or corner in the two small rooms that comprised his i chambers to which he could point with pride The floors were littered with papers the walls were greasy and bedecked with malodorous nota tions documents and pictures the windows were smoky and useless the clerks desk bore every suggestion of dissolutenessBut appalling to ones aes thetic sense was the clerk himself M Squatting behind his wretched desk Ellas Droom peered across the litter of papers and books with shaky but polite eyes almost as inviting as the spider who with wily but Insidious decorum draws the guileless into his webc If one passed muster in the estima I tion of the incomprehensible Droom he was permitted In due season to pass through a second oppressive looking door and Into the private office of Mr James Bansemer attorney at law and solicitor It may be remarked at this aparly stage that no matter how long or how well one may have known Droom one seldom lingered to engage In commonplaces with him His was the most repellent personality imagi nable When he smiled one was conscious of a shock to the nervous system when he so far forgot himself as to laugh aloud there was a distinct Illustration of the word crunching when he spoke one was almost sorry that he had ears Baiisemer knew but little of this freakish Individuals history no one else had the temerity to inquire Into his past or to separate it from his fu ture for that matter Once Bansemer ironically asked him why he had never married It was a full minute before the other lifted his eyes from the sheet of legal cap and by that time he was in full control of his passion Look nt me Would any woman marry a thing like me This was said with such terrible ear nestness that Bansemer took care nev er to broach the subject again He saw that Drooms heart was not all steel and brass Droom was middle aged His lank body and cadaverous taco were cou fctructed on principles not generally acv credited to nature as it applies to men f When erect his body swayed as 1C were a stubborn reed determined to maintain Its dignity in the face of the wlnd He did not walk he glided His long square chin rarely cleat maven protruded far beyond its nat rural orbit Indeed the attitude of the chin gave one an Insight to the greedy character of the man At first glance one felt that Droom was reaching forth with his lower Jaw to give greeting with his teeth Instead of his hand His neck was long and thin and his turndown collar was at least two sizes too large The nose was hooked awl of abnormal length the tip camino down over the short upper lip ar i broad mouth His eyes were light blue and so intense that he was never known to blink the lashes Topping them were deep wavering black eye brows that met above the nose form ing an ominous cloudy line across the base of his thin high forehead The crown of his head covered by long scant strands of black hair was of j the type known as retreating and I pointed The forehead ran upward and back from the brows almost to a point and down from the pinnacle hung the veil of hair just as if he had draped It there with the same care he might have used in placing his best hat upon a peg His back was stooped and the high narrow shoulders were hunched forward eagerly Long arms I and ridiculously thin legs with big hands and feet tell the story of his extremities When ho was on his feet Droom was more than sis feet tall as I he sat In the low backed office chair he f Jooked to be less than five feet over all T The men had been classmates In an obscure law school down In Pdnnsyl vanla Bansemer was good looking forceful and young while Droom was distinctly his opposite Where ho came I fxom no one knew and no one eared I a I rYrV 7Droom grinned diabolically as he re sumed the nthlrfna of his hands He was past thirtyfive when he entered the school at least twelve years the senior of Bansemer His appearance and attire proclaimed him to be from the country but his sophistry his knowledge of the world and his wonderful Insight into human nature contradicted his looks Immeasurably A conflict or two convinced his fellow students that he was more than a match for them in stealth and cunning if not in dress and deport ment Elias Droom had not succeeded as a lawyer He repelled people growing more and more bitter against the world as his struggles became harder What little money he had accumulatedheav- en alone knew how he came by It dwindled to nothing and he was In ac tual squalor when later Bansemer found him In an attic In Baltimore Even as he engaged the half starved wretch to become his confidential clerk the lawyer shuddered and almost repented of his action But Elias Droom was worth his weight in gold to James Bansemer from that day forth His employers sole aim In life was to get rich and thereby to achieve power His ambi- tIon was laudable If one accepts the creed of morals but his methods were not so praiseworthy After a year or two of starvation struggles to get on with the legitimate he packed up his scruples and laid them awaytempo rarily he said He resorted to sharp practice knavery and all the forms of legal blackmail It was not long before his lank account began to swell His business thrived He was so clever that not one of his shady proceed ings reacted It Is safe to venture that DO per cent of the people who were bilked through his manipulations prom ised In the heat of virtuous wrath to expose him but he had learned to smile In security He knew that ex posure for him meant humiliation for the instigator and he continued to rest easy while he worked hard Youre getting rich at this sort of thing observed Droom one day after the lawyer had closed a particularly nauseous deal to his own satisfaction but what are you going to do when the tide turns- Bansemer Irritated on perceiving that the other was engaged in his exasper ating habit of rubbing his hands together did not answer but merely thundered out Will you stop that There was a faint suggestion of the possibility of a transition of the hands to claws as Droom abruptly desisted but smilingly went on Some day the other shark will get the better of you and youll have noth ing to fall back on Youve been build Ing on mighty slim foundations There isnt a sign of support If the worst comes to the worst he chuckled Its a large world Droom said his employer easily Anti small also according to another saying supplemented Droom When a mans down everybody kicks him Im afraid you could not survive tho kickingDroom grinned so diabolically as again he resumed tile rubbing of his I hands that the other turned away with an oath and closed the door to the In side office Bansemer was alone and where Drooms eyes couh1 not see him but something told him that the grin hung outside the door for many minutes as If waiting for a chance to pop in and tantalize him Bansemer was a good looking man of the coarser moldthe kind of man that merits a second look In passing and the second look is not always In his favor He was thirtyfive years of age but looked older His face was hard inItensItyI ing In their brilliancy but there was a cruel savage light in their depths The noso and mouth were clean cut pitiless in their very symmetry andII ly after leaving college to hang out his I shingle he had married the daughter of a minister For two years her sweet influence kept his efforts along the righteous path but he writhed beneath the yoke of poverty His pride suffered because he was unable to provide her with more of the luxuries of life In his selfish way he loved her Failure to advance made him surly and ill tem pered despite her amiable efforts to lighten the shadows around their little home When the baby boy was born to them and she suffered more and more from tho unkindness of privation James Bansemer by nature an aggres sor threw off restraint and plunged into the traffic that soon made him Inv famously successful She died how Lover before the taint of his duplicity touched her and he pvenln his grief u felt thankful that she never was to know the truth At this time Bansemer lived In com fort at one of the middle class board Ing houses uptown and the boy was just leaving the kindergarten for a private school Bansemers calloused heart had one tender chamber and iJ It dwelt the little lad with the fair hair and gray eyes of the woman who had died Late one November afternoon just before Bansemer put on his light top coat to leave the office for the day Droom tapped on the glass panel of the door to his private office Usually the clerk communicated with him by signal a floor button by which he could acquaint his master with much that he ought to know and the visitor in the outer office would be none the wiser The occasions were rare when he went so far as to tap on the door Bansemer was puzzled and stealthily listened for sounds from the other side Suddenly there came to his ears the voices of women mingled with Drooms suppressed but always rau cous tones Bansemer opened the door Looking into the outer office he saw Droom swaying before two women rubbing his hands and smiling One of the women carried a small babe in her arms Neither she nor her companion seemed quite at ease in the presence of the lank guardian of the outer office WEBERS BAND Webers Prize Band of America one of the finest concert organizations in the West will furnish the music for the State Fair Each of Webers pro grams will be three hours long and be made up entirely of popular music A number of soloists will be heard Mr Weber has felt the public pulse long enough to know about what Is wanted add to this a band that Is unsurpassed anywhere his own personality and splendid leading powers soloists of known ability and it is hard to see how the State Fair management could have secured a bigger attraction in the way of a band THE HORSE SHOW AT- KENTUCKY STATE FAIR With the largest prizes ever offered for horses at a Kentucky Fair the greatest exhibit of equine flesh In the history of the Blue Grass State is con fidently expected For the first time exhibitors and spectators will have the pleasure of seeing a firstclass horse show In a large commodious arena completely under shelter without feel Ing the effect of the burning sun or being exposed to damp and chilly weather and undergoing the inconvenience of a weathersoaked show ring Turnstiles to Be Used at the Ken tucky State Fair Secretary J W Newman of the Ken tucky State Fair has provided the most approved pattern of turnstile to be used at each entrance to the State Fair Neither the skinny nor the fat man will have any trouble in passing through them They are equipped with registers which can tell at any minute just how many persona have passed throughiI JANE CABLE By George Barr McCutcheon Author of Beverly of Graustark Etc II Illustrated by Swoboda- In this story ofa family skeleton we have a romance in real life with the scenes laid in Chicago the Philippines and New York as wonderful as those GraustarkIher husband and the ensuing complications which endanger the happiness of two innocent young people enlist the keenest sympathy sf the reader and arouse his deepest interest tMr McCutcheon stands ufMt an enviable height with few to keep him compayNew York Sun Jane Cable is unqnestis Itty McCutcheons beat OTeL Philadelphia Inquirer Dont Miss a Chapter of This Story In feeding fowls it is bet to scatter nil grain well If this is not done the stronger and more pugnacious fowls will drive the more timid and weaker ones away from the feeil and the latter will not get their full share Cures babys croup WitHes daily cuts and bruises mamas sore throat grand mas lamenessDr Thomas Bclectric Oilthe great household remedy Mrs BenhamDeath lovts a shining markMrs Benham I wish your mother hii more polishThe Bohemian Wife who always lookes on the cher ful side of things to husband who has put the lighted end of his cigar in hit fdiscoverO tcplntonTo feel strong have good appetite and digestion sleep soundly and enjoy life use Burdock Blood Bitters the great system tonic and builder No Sunshine For Bryan The Baltimore Sun will not cast its warming rays on the cause of William J Bryan In short the Democratic Sun has bolted Bryan It gvae him its sup port eight years ago after refusing it four years earlier This year Taft will have the aid of its influence Thisold Baltimore newspaper the old est daily in the city is acknowledged to be n political power The belief is strong in the East that its refusal to approve Bryans candidacy will cos the Nebraskan the Stale of Maryland in November In the country tributary to Baltimore the Sun has n place a little lower than the family Bible All through Maryland and through one great section of Vir ginia the Sun makes itself felt and the politicians so acknowledge the fact1 Maryland has been held for a doubtful state Thedefection of the Sun from the cause of the Democratic candidate is a body blow to Bryans hopes in a state that Roosevelt with all his popularity succeeded in carrying by only a scanty majority The news of this Suns edito riadannouncement must have been gratefully recived by a gentleman temporarlv living at the Virginia ot Springs Chicago Evening Post DeWitts Little Early Risers safe esy pleasant sure little liver pills Sold by all Druggists The brideJust think of it dearest fifty years from yesterday will be our golden anniversary Brooklyn Life Sales 6000 A Year- A I splendid business stand store house stock of goods goodwill etcll yearPost I about 120 per year Three miles romJ railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with goodbusinessJNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky IIc SMrsS mires everything about mevary voice my eyes my form my hands Friend And what do you admire ft ndout him Mrs Newlywed His good tatePh iladelphia Press Fruit And Vegetables p Since last Wednesday some very fine fruit and vegetables hive been brought to the News office Joe Smart brought tome free stone peaches that surely could not be sur passed by any others Mrs Samuel Ahl sent A cucumber that weighs 4 pounds and is 13 inches in lengthR Polk has on exhibition a freak potato IIt is n very fine specimen- J H Drinkwater has been treating the News force several times to peaches a gnvpes that were immensely enjoyed Fred May continues to bring in fruit that excels and last week the grapes he sent were enormous Protecting the Vicuna Steps are being taken in Peru to pre vent the valuable vicuna from being exterminated This mountain animal Is hunted for its wool and for the hides a rug made from one being worth 15 to 50 In consequence of being so persistently hunted the ani mals migrate to the higher altitudes where many of them perish because vegetation Is so scarce The fullness of snllors pants from the knee down Is to give a freer movement upforKILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR CUCHSPRICE OLDS Trial Bottle free AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAO0 OR MONEY REFUNDED STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod Brute prices Expeit tailors em ployed J H HUNSCHE CasperMay Co Can eltonInd JH DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- tiARDlNS8URO KY thoCourtser Special attention given to collections d cases and criminal practice License practice Inlnlted States Distil Cjurts Ol1lce over Bunk of Hardlnsbuix 0 IF it is tho surest und safest place you want to have your watch repaired go t- oT C LEWIS he knows how and does as he knows Ho has one of the finest collections of beautiful uptodateJEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Come ho is glad to welcome you land give you satisfactionT Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg1 Ky L II 6 ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No llfi Daily Fast Train loaves Olovernort 507 AM stops at Irvin6 tcn and West Point rtfNo Olo rerport 10W A M stops at all way stations irrlves Louisville 1345 p TO Train No 114 Dally fast mall leaves Ole verport 455 p m stops at all way stations atLoulsvU1013J accommo1aUon WEST BOUND cOlcmmodatlonleaves waytationsTrain No 111 Dully fast mall and express Owensborotnnley andEvansvl11emTrain arrives Cloverport 740 p m Evansvllle 1030- p m Stops at all stations No Il5daily St Louis fast train loaves Olo AMI HawesvllloOwensboroChair cars on trains III 113 113114 between slceplnlCCRrs nrdStFordsvllle Branch EAST BOUND loavesFordsvlltuTrain I nvcllordsvUlpujTrain No B SUDdayonly- lorbov11le700 a m IrvlnstonP35 a m BOUNDTrainleavcsIrvingtonmTrainNo i pmDOYOURCHILDRENASK QUESTIONSOf of learning and it is your duty to answer You may need a dictionary to aid you It wont answer every question but there are thousands to which itwillgive you true clear and definite answers not about words only but about things the sun men machinery places stories and the like Then too the children can find their own answers Some of our greatest men have ascribed their power to study of the dictionary- Of course you want the best dic tionary The most critical prefer the New and Enlarged Edition of WEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE HIGHEST AWARD for which was given at the Worlds Fair St Louis baaUany questions usKt1ItNTtKNATKJNAtJ GCMERRIAM CO- n ciio ay PUCLISHCR-Si i 2S SPRINGFIELD MASC The adoption of the Democratic theory of Tariff revision however would immediately disturb business and the industries and bring on another period of depression and hard times for it means nothing less than the abolition of the Protective principle under which this country has so greatly thrived7 Paterson Call y Q p ft H THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday ibseription Price 100 a year in advance 1 CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIESi J charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please totify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now address EIGHT PAGESL WEDNESDAY AUGUST 26 1908 H HAllthe Sunny Jims do not live in Utica wo have one in Clover port Eastern Republicans believe that Mr Bryan will never be able to singHMaryland My Maryland A vote of thanks should be given to the colored folks of the East End for it is quite evident that many of them voted for Temperance Cowheel is the back bone of Cloverport when the test comes The folks down there gave a splendid majority for Temperance Saturday This town owes a debt of gratitude to the man who can Dare an- Do d the right at all times and ten thousands praises went out to him anrd who was on the wrong side election day had a tough time Next Tuesday is the opening day of the Breckenridge Fair Ito t will pay anybody go The Association and the coworkers have driven every nail to make the Fair better than it was last year and not only that but they promise that this will be the best County Fair in the state A great day was last Thursday and the people are indebted to the Masons for such a glorious event It put money in their pockets and made gladness in the hearts of every woman and child who at tended We understand the young Masonic blood pushed the game this year and had it not been for David Phelps Jas Younger and T Byrne Severs this grandannual celebration would have been a thing of the past May they keep the ball going I IRYINQTQN s tOntiniiwa From First lag Mrs G L Grafly left last Week for iordsville and Horse Branch for a Visit to relatives and friends Miss Clara Jolly is at Cloverport for several days visiting the Misses Plank Mrs Cart and two children of Louisville spent Wednesday with- fir and Mrs Woreland Carter Mr and Mrs Clarence Penick and Children of Louisville came Saturday to he the guests of Mr and Mrs R S Bandy for sometime Rev S A Hollemn left last Thurs day for quite an extended visit to Rome Italy He willlbe absent until after the middle of September and the pulpit will be occupied by a visit i lag priest from Louisville Misses MabelI and Eva McGlothlan Spent Saturday in Louisvil e shopping Quite a number were delightfully entertained to 42 at the home of Mr and Mrs Jl H Keniper on Thursday evening Mr Edwin Jolly left Thursday for Tar Springs to be gone a week Mrs J R Wimp and daughter Kathrine Mrs L B Moremen and brother Mr Edgar Bennett spent several days in Brandenburg las week the guests of relatives and friends Miss Nellie Smith after a two weeks visit to Mine Reba Lewis at Cloveri ort returned home Monday c olf near Rock Haven are with Mr and Mme Oscar Dowell now for several days Mr Juntas Foote happened ti a very sad accident while out 31 his r rroute last Thursday afternoon In passing a threshing machine th whistle was blown and it frightene- the l horse causing him to run oil and i Mr Foote was thrown out of the buggy backward injuring him con siderably but he is doing nicely at the present and it Is expected that j he will be able to resume his as rural carrier in a short while Miss Maud Smith of Hardinsburg+ spent Saturday and Sunday the V guest of Miss Eva Herndon Mrs D C Heron Is to he congratulated upon winning the second prize at the Grayson County Fair last week for harnessing up a horse the quickest In Demand A most interesting magazine and one that is gaining extensive popularity t The Circle A splendid feature of the i publication is its many different depart i itsievery r phaset 0The Circle can be found on sale at the jNews office the first of every month I KINGSBURRYS NEWS ITEMS Some Old Soul Said iCloverports Gone to Hell He Meant Shes Gone Dry Hookslt000 By gum shes hot 000 Perkins The Secret Service Map says they didnt have any boots all thev had was a bottle and a glass 000 Uncle Barney said to a friend Lets whats been forgotten been past 000 Bro Currie to Mike Popham Sat urday Mike order some more pop and everybody joined in 000 When the PatesviUe boys find out they cannot play ball they try to kill each other Thats right boys dive in 000 Greatest time in the history of Clo verport last week especially Thursday and Saturday 000 gottbusy and a head swim on the merry go round all for five cents Thursday 000 Who said anything about anybody going up a tree last Thursday 000 Emmett Sippcl tOur old Dutch friend who has been very busy this summer is now taking his vacation 000 No team can defeat Tobinsport as long as she has that mysterious red bat BryanlInasmuch as Mr Bryan has joined the printers union he should not b allowed to talk more than eight a dayToledo Blades At the same times Bryan isnt taking any riskshes gathering his third crop of alfalfa firstDetroit News Mr Bryan is borrowing few planks troui Ben Franklins platform He may manage his own campign and then he will know it hwen managedAt lanta Journal The formation of a Bryan League in Pennsylvania should not be taken as evidence that the foremost citizen of Lincoln Neb really expects to carry the Keystone State Pennsylv Bulletins Most everybody will agree with Mr Bryan that the Democratic party has been very good to him And in passing it might re said that he has done something for his party Topeka Journal w t VAST THRONG Continued From First Page W D Wilson McQuady J J Keenan Mattingly Roscoe Hendry Lodibutg Blanche Payne Lodiburg Lewis Dowell Lewisport Chas H Riedel Holt Mrs C H Riedel Holt Catherine Riedel Holt J H Avitt Lodiburg Myrtle Deacon Lodiburg HW West Lodiburg Mrs Annie Harris Reynolds Bessie Harris Reynolds Mrs Ada F Harris Reynolds J A Harris Reynolds Flora E Harris Reynolds Martha E Harris Reynolds Westpeyton Harris Reynolds J M Harris Reynolds Mrs W G Pumphrey Cloverport Mrs T M Bates Mattingly Edna Parrish Tobinsport Mannie Lyons Tobinsport M Squires Cloverport Attiemissie Wells Mattingly L C Johnson Cloverport D B Parrteh Tobiusport A Hambleton Cannelton Graham Polk Tobinsport W W Hambleton Henderson county- C M McGlothlau West Point Mrs Jule Brashear West Point Coco Brashear West Point Thelmer Brashear West Point Jennie Applegate West Point Pauline Hendrv West Point Bessie Lewis West PointP Nannie and Lizzie Ditto West Point ElzaShean West Point Tom Downard West Point Pearl Downard West Point Mary Hawkins Tobjnsport Myrtle Hawkins Tsbinsport W S Bowmer Louisville Lon Taul Evansville- J W Christian and wife Reynolds Rena Taul Evansville Anna Lynch Patesville Flora Newbury Dukes- L Newbury Dukes Chas Steel Dukes A L Kinchelce Hardinsburg Mrs W R Wilson Paducah Mayme Richards Cannelton Sara Fairhurst Evansville Emma Richards Cannelton Owen Winchell Tobinupcrt Mrs C D Hambleton Cloverport Viola R Hawkins Cloverport Maggie L Pate Cloverport 0 D Hambleton Cloverport- M S Gist Hnwesville J F Patterson Cloverport- Mr and Mrs James M Shellman StephensportMyrtle Stephensport Maggie Bates Mattingly Marietta Cassady Versailles Norma Cassady Versailles Vivian Pierce Cloverport Mrs R B Pierce Cloverport Mrs LT Reid and five children Clo verportMrs E S McAfee Cloverport Albert Dhouau Evansville Walter Dhonau Evansville J W Lyons and family Tobinsport- Mr and Mrs R D Witt Brandenburg Francis D Friel Victoria John Ryan and wife Victoria W E Basham Lodiburg Mrs Everitt Basham Lodiburg John Warfield Cloverport Mrs John Warfield Cloverport Mary F Price Louisville Geo Bentley Hawesville Lightfoot Miller Marksville Miss- J H Wood Hardinsburg O L Wood Hardinsburg James Avitt Lodiburj Ural Jordan Webster Adah Beaucbamp Cltfton Mills Lula Beauchamp Clifton Mills Cora M Alleu Hardinsburg Asia Cooper Hardinsburg Simms Thomas Hawesville Gideon Squires Hardinsburg Mrs Gideon Hcuires Hardinsburg Mrs Morris H Beard Hardinsburg Murray Beard Hardinsburg- Mrs G W Beard Hardinsburg Mrs P M Beard Hardinsburg Jesse Taul Evansville I Wm Lnslie Evansville Letitia Rice Mattingly Lena Rice Mattingly Mrs Lucy Rice Mattingly Mrs R P White Ft Worth Tex StareStarsBlanche Standish Hawesville Carrie Cooper Hawesville Dr V Standish Haweaville P B Greenwood Holt V OBryan Rliodella John OBryau Rhodelia Blanche OBryan Rhodelia Susie OBryan Rhodelia Annie Hambleton Sorgho Mary Bates Hawesville Lecidia Gieenwood Holt Hubert Greenwood Holt Claude Greenwood Holt Alex Hall and wife Mike T D Fritz Hawesville Nell Smith Irvington Annie Jett Newman Reba Lewis Cloverport Isabelle Hendrick Hardinsburg M A Brown Hardinsburg Ethel Williams Owensboro- N Rosenblatt Hawesville Edith M Crary Middleport Ohio o Master James CrafyMiddleportOhio Virginia Crary Middleport Ohio Ethel Suddarth Middleport Ohio Mr and Mrs H S Hills Richmond Mary D Hills Richmond Julia Hills Richmond Ed Schan Richmond Fred Lamer Tobinsport Mittie A Lamer Tobinsport Leonard Furrow Evansville Geo Taul Evansville Anna May Cannelton Geneva Williams Cannelton Maggie Williams Cannelton Claude Greathouse Hawesville Maude Greathouse Hawesville- S S England Tobinsport A J Ashby Cloverport Rebecca Taylor Tobinsport- B P Pohl St LouisI Geo W Dodson Frymire G Orville Patterson Hawesville H L Bruner Union Star Stephen Kennedy Webster Willie Simmons Webster Clarence Richards Easton Emily Leibfreid Owensboro Mabel England Tobinsport Mildred Polk Tobinsport Ada Clark Cannelton Mariema Clark Cannelton- A W Babbage Cloverport Katie Furrow Sample Gracie Hickerson Sample Stilla Walker Cloverport Luther Clemmons Rockvale O W Sanders Evansville B F Frank Mattingly Nat Taul Mattingly Bessie Hawley Mattingly Bertha Mason Mattingly R W Owen Lewisport Owen S May Louisville W W Butler Toledo O Horace Basham Stephensport Mr and Mrs L S Birk Owensboro Proctor French Mystic Mrs T B Squires Skillman Sue Comiskey Cannelton Commie White Evansville A Kingham Cannelton H L Mart Hawesville W M Powers Pellville G W Pohl and wife Cannelton Mrs C Duncan Hawesville Mrs Stanley Allen Ripley Tenn Mrs P D Hawkins Stephensport Mrs James Tierney Victoria Robt E Woods Louisville Adelia Moorman Louisville Roscoe Avitt Lodiburg Ethel Williams Owensboro Mrs R W Owen Lewisport Tom Fetch Mystic J Vahle Cloverport W S Ashby Cloverport Col and Mrs D R Murray Hardins II burg N E Raitt Cincinnatti 0 Chas Raitt Cincinnati O Ida Jarrett Stephensport Q K Groves Tobinsport Mrs Q K Groves Tobinsport Glen Hendrick Webster Gorman StClair Webster J T Stewart Stephensport Tas E Waggoner Stephensport Hubert Hawkins Owensboro Mildred M Murray Hardinsburg Mrs Z T Hardin Holt Lucilie Hardin Holt Marion Hardin Holt Virgil Hardin Holt W E Monical Hawesville J T Pool Hawesville Mrs A M Tate Louisville Mrs W C Gregory Louisville Mr and Mrs Jess Bother Cloverport Mrs Chas Bolher Cloverport Chas Bolher Cloverport Mrs J H Payne Tobinsport Mrs J R Polk Tobinsport 1 T R Polk Tobin sport Mrs Tom Bolher Cloverport Mr Tom Bolher Cloverport W W Barge and wife Frymire Horace Gate and wife Hardinsburg Anna Simmons Hardinsburg Lura May Hook Hardinsburg Mr aud Mrs T A Hook Hardinsburg Mrs M L Yates Hardinsburg Ruth Kincheloe Hardinsburg Mary Lilian Hook Hardinsburg Robert Owen Davis flamed Ollie Witt Hardinsburg Tim Witt Hardinsburg Estill Witt Hardinsburg Alton Witt Hardinsburg NT Ball Hardinsburg Wm ORiely Cloverport Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS ns they can not reach the beat of the disease Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease and In order to cure It you must take Internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous sur faces Hulls Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians In this country for years and Is a regular prescription It Is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on theI mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two Ingredients what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY k CO Props Toledo O Sold by Druggists price loc Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Patronizes Ills Old Home Postmaster Robert E Woods of Louisville was here barbecue day and purchased a Barre monument from J E Keith R Son which is the fourth handsome stone this firm has sold since March Each one weighs eight tons Patronage from former Cloverport men is indeed appreciated by home firms I Vrf + i Bryan and Wool In his speech at Des Moines the other day Bryan had something to say about the Tariff on wool but just what his point was had not been made clear when the engine bell sounded and he was obliged to hurry back to his car But as far he bad gone Mr Bryan ap peared to be trying to make out that the farmers of Iowa and inferentially those of the whole country dont know beans when the bag is open and are easilydeluded into apolauding contrad ictory propositions in the same speech That matter is respectfully referred to the aforesaid farmers with glance Novetnberward But Mr Bryan mentioned wool and the Tariff thereon Mr Bryans platform adopted bv Mr Bryans conven tion at Denver promises lOa reduction of the Traifi upon the necessities of lifeThat means among other things free wool1 The wool industry in Iowa is not large but there IB a big production of wool in sections of the country where Mr Bryan would like to get voles Andwhat then Did not asks the New York Times the census of sheep show a falling off of 10000000 during the last Democratic administra tion and has the poor farmer yet recov ered from that massacre of the innocent sheep like that now prepared for him self to make a Bryan holiday Has not the price of territory best fine staple clean risen from 30 cents to GO cents under Republican administration and shall the hands of the clock be turnep backward In other words will the farmer chip in for Bryan and free wool We trow not Bryan and ruin look nlike to the Western rancher and he would rather vote for the Old boy himself Next time Bryan feels like being fac etious about the Tariff at the expense of the farmer whose perception he seems to think peculiarly dull he would belter at least avoid woolCouncll Bluff Nonpareil Perry County Farmers Institute The Perry County Farmers Institute will be held at Tell City this year on November 110 and 11 It might also be added that it was held there last yearPresident James England of Tobin sport wac in the city yesterday and excellentIPurdue would be present He also said that two National Farmers Institute workers and lecturers from Washington D C would attend the meeting and take part The services of these two men were secured through our worthy CongressmanContests prizes on productions of the farmas last year will be made with nice premiums to the best pro ductions offeredin fact the Instiute will be better than that of 1907 These will be plenty of music vocal and in strumental and all who attend will not only be instructed but will have a good time Cannelton Telephone H L Stader will go to Elizabeth town today I Mrs zabethH Martin r I t L I HAD FRONTAL HEADACHES EYES BOTHERED ME DROPPING IN MY THROAT ELIZABETH H MARTIN MRS Bovren Avenue Chicago Ill II Chaplain Garfield Circle writes Poruna has been a blessing to our family for a good many years as we have all used it oft and on for colds and catarrh and I have given it to all of my children with the best of results- I found that a cold left me with catarrh of the head in a very bad form My head was stopped up I had frontal headaches my eyes bothered me and there was a nasty dropping in my throat which nauseated me and made it impossible many times for me to eat my breakfast As soon as I began to use Peruna I found it relieved me my head soon cleared up and in a remarkably short time I was rid of catarrh- I can therefore give my personal experience with your valuable medicine and am pleased to do so People who prefer solid to liquid medicines can now secure Peruna tablets which contain the medicinal in gredients of Poruna Manalin the Ideal Laxative Ferdinand To Have Railroad At a public meeting held in the little town of Ferdinand last Saturday nego tiations were completed for the build ing of a railroad to operate from Fred inand to Huntingburg Tne stretch is seven mlles and it is proposed to have cars running by Jan 1 1009 The road will operate temporarily as a steam road and later will be converted into an electric line The amount necessary to build and equip the road is 150000 The business men of Ferdinand have subscribed 50000 of the required stock Cannelton Enquires The Western Kentucky State Normal The fall Session opens Sept 8 19C8 Eligible persons are entitled to free in struction The institution offers special courses of study to those persons who are preparing to enter the teaching pro fession Full information furnished on application Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky Beard Bros Fourth Annual Colt Show will be held at Hardinsburg Saturday August 29 All colts must be broken to hal ters 4 Jr I00 ou I CLOVERPORT TO u I ILOUISVILLEAnd I I SUNDAY AUGUST 30th I 125rI ITRIPI i B andIJIIGood on trains leaving Cloverport 507 a m 1004 a m Good re II==same day r I1 s he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 26 1908 PERSONAL AND LOCAL Shoe Sale at Allens Presiding Elder Hayes was here Sun day A swell line of lace curtains at AllensTom Ferry has returned home from LouisvilleA with every pair of shoes at AllensVirgil Fontaine of Louisville is the guest of relatives Men and boys Tennis Shoes 35c a pair at Allens Misses Lillian and Beatrice McCracken are visiting in Irvington Miss Susie Haffey is visiting relatives In the country this week Dont miss the Saturday bargains Conrad Sippel The Shoe Man Will have a swell line of shirt waists and skirts this week at Allensi J fiss Claire Jolly of Irvington has been the guest of Misses Plank We have a few light weight pants and suits at about half cost Allens Mr and Mrs Wickliffe DeHaven have returned home from Texas Miss Annie May Kramer went to Irv- ington Sunday to visit Mrs Culley 4 4Miss Elizabeth King of Marion Ky is the guest of Miss Louise Nichols Dr German of Louisville is the guest of Mr and Mrs Sam Conrad j Miss Addle Young of Morganfield is I the guest of Miss Elizabeth Skillman A J Keys Sris visiting his daugh ter Mrs Gid French at Tar Springs Robt M Fort of Louisville been the guest of Mr and Mrs A hasI Fort Mrs Wm Witt has gone to Big Spring to visit her sister Mrs N A TalbotIMrs A N Tate and son Frank of Louisville are guests of Mrs J C NolteN E Raitt and son Chas Rait of Cincinnati are the guests of Mrs Mary RaittChas Goff of Tar Fork was in the city last week and subscribed for the NewsMrs Mary J Allen left this morning for Sebree to visit Mr and MrsVester AllenMrs Frank Mattingly and Dr Ernest McDonald went to Louisville MondayWe short on the pictures but have other presents with your purchase AllensJ of Tar Springs was in the city last week and subscribed for the News Mrs Oscar Hartman of Evansville visited her aunt Mrs John OConnell ThursdayMrs C Carson and son Percy of Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs Geo Crist Bargains in shoes every Saturday at the shoe store of Conrad Sippel The Shoe Man Mrs Chas Jackson and little daugh ter Carrie Mae are visiting relatives in StephensportTry of Eclipse Shoes best shoes on the marketConrad Sippel The Shoe Man Mrs James Cordrey and Miss Bertha Cordrev arc visiting Mrs F N DeHuy at Evanston Ill Mrs Wm Boutcher of Lewisport spent part of last week with her mother Mrs Joe Morrison Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Mr Matthew Mason and wifeof near Hawesville visited his cousin Mrs Jno OConnell last week Dr W N Casper dentist will be here Wednesday and Thursday of every week at Dr Lightfoots office Mrs Frank Pohl of St Louis and Mrs Wash Pohl of Cannelton have been visiting Mrs L B Perkins MrsNathanial Tucker and daughters Lelia and Bernice arc spending a week in Stephensport the guests of relatives Dr J C Bush Dentist will be at Cloverport Monday and Tuesday of each week except week followitg4th Monday Mrs Ella Gregory and daughter Dorothy left Thursday for Sebree after a short visit to Mrs Lucy Gregory Swell line odd neck wear at Allens We are giving away beautiful pictures as premiums to our customers Call and see them at T F SawyersI Miss Mabel Williams of Waitman and Mrs J E Chapin of Hites Run have been visiting Mrs George Mullen Mrs Forrest Lightfoot has been at Hnrdinsburg with her sister Mrs Herbert Beard who han been seriously- ill The Rev Graves will preach next Sunday at the Presbyterian church He will be entertained at the Satterfield home Mrs John Conrad and Mrs D S Burks and children left Saturday for Princeton after a visit to Mrs Ed GregoryMisses Lucy and Lena Smith of Cannelton and Mrs Roland Crane of Paducah were guests of Miss Esther Jackson last week Miss Jennie Chamberlain of Howard Park Ind Miss Sallie Williams of Louisville are visiting Mrs L D Addison at Addison Misses Mollie Elmendorf and Katie Rupp of Evansville attended the Masonic picnic and were guests of Mr and Mrs Sam Berry Miss Ray Lewis Heyser and Miss Addie Louise Babbage will be the guests of Dr and Mrs John Kincheloe at Hardinsburg during the Fair LostThree pieces of baby clothes at Masonic Barbecue Finder please return them including the white dress and receive reward at the News office Mr and Mrs Wm Meyer of Wait man Miss Gregory of Louisville and Wm Minnutte and children of Owens boro are the guests of Miss Mayme GrahamHarry Hills of Richmond is spend ing his vacation with Mrs Hills and the children at Mrs Mary Oelzes home Mr Hills is always pleased to return I to CloverportMiss Neubauer left yester day for her home in Owensboro She was accompanied by her nephews Chris Jasper and Currie Neubauer who I herIat their home in the West End Friday to asix oclock dinner to the following Mr and Mrs Tillman Pauley Mr and Mrs Sam Berry and son Paul Edward HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way secondclass colonist fares to the Northwest September 1 to Oc tqtuir 81 1808 inclusive Homeseekers excursion fares to the South Aug 18 Sept 1 and Is October 6 and 20 November 3 and 17 Decem ber 1 and lr IKentucky State Fair Louisville September For the above occasion 3 round trip from Cloverport and return September 12 to 18 inclusive and early train 19th Good to return September 21 Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Special Tourist Fares Old Point Comfort and Norfolk Re duced fares from Cloverport July 23 30 Aug 6 13 20 27 Sept 3 10 17 24 Return limit 40 days from date of sale Low Rates To North 13 75 from ICoverpott to Omena Pates key Travers City Mackinaw City Northport Mackinac Island Mich and return Septembr r good to return September 30 Fair Notes The Floral Hall Conmiittie will receive cakes bread and flowers Tues day the first day of The Fair All business houses will be closed from 12 oclock noon to five oclock pmTickets will be on sale at the Kinch eloe Drug Store on all trains and at the gate Save time and confusion by buy ing your tickets before reaching the gateJno D Shaw and T J Hook are in charge of the water supply and sprink ling This insures an abundant supply of pure water and no dust The Reception Committee will meet at eight oclock Tuesday mornin g the 1 st in Circuit Clerks Office US English Jr shipped from his plantation in Roberts Bottom last week two carloads of hogs that amoneted to a few dollars less then 2000 goooo ooooooooooooooooo o Scotts Emulsion strengthens enfeebled tfi 4 l I nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and Y JR tDrve force It provides baby with the necessary fat and mineral food for heo ithy growth g DRUGGISTS BOo AND OOoOO Ooooo8 g I CLOVE1 POl T fj IrnII Hardinsburg f Div September 1st 2d and 3d 1ir f Good returning September 4th f 100 for Round IFare TrIpff All trains discharge and tale onff j passengers at Fair Grounds A J special train will leave I CloverportI W2 7a m Sept 1and 2 c m Sept 3 Train leaves Fair- Groundsg 5 p m daily No changet11t of cars either dIrectlOnI i lss e soldta ilcts tY A ts t 0 Before and After Ta- kingShorthind t I I IIA young man was drawing 50 a month fie took a course r at CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS A yell later his salary was IDl cmn 225 a month 175 monthly INCREASE 2100 intl crease the first year The second year he was Qra month 4800 a year 4200 yearly INCREASE the ft1J Ul second year i r Get in now tight now You will be well startedon Jj IThLI your work when the Fall enrollment comes Be graduated j at the time when not ninny are graduating and have just so ID positionEnroll tructionff w j L Clarks School of Business Ih 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky I BLOCKADED Every Household In Cloverport Should Know How Tu Resist It The back aches because tbe kidneys are blockaded Help the kidneys with their work The back will ache no more Lots of proof that Doans Kidney Pills do this Mrs W L Yates 919 Hall St Owensboro Ky says I found in Doans Kidney Pills positive relief from a constant backache and an irregularity of the kidney secretions Previous to using Doans Kidney Pills I was deject ed had no energy and was languid and felt tired all the time I was restless and nervous at night did not sleep well and I was subject to frequent headaches also at times experiencing dizzy spells When I read about Doans Kidney Pills they seemed to be just what I wanted and I procured them They strengthened my kidneys remove ed the backache and I am quite free from kidney complaint at the present time For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doansand take no other Visitors Entertained Misses Margaret Stlrman Mildred Baker Misses King Hobbs and Miss Young have been beautifully enter tained by Mrs Frank Payne Mrs Leon McGavock and Mrs Chas Skill man Card Of Thanks The members of Cloverport Lodge No 133 F A M desire to extend our thanks to the business men and citizens of Cloverport for their liberal donations to the Barbecue held on the 20th day of August We also wish to express our appreci ation to the ladies for the nice donation of cakes furnished its and for the valuable assistance rendered by the wives sisters daughters and friends of the Masons on that day and trust that we may in some way return the favors extended- R L Oelze 1 D H Severs Committee CWHamman J Enter School The Western Normal of Bowling Greenoffers young people desiring an education unexcelled advantages Catalog giving full information free Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky 55 I + + mWntS I m + + 1 resl1deucetown und depot Apply at the News office LOSTSmall Muck purse containing pass to LocketInitialsFredlaysFOR SALESmall cottage known as tie Hrecklnrldgonunlc WANTEOExchanFe spring wagon toi a rueman FOR SALEStundard gas onrlne OIl ano Hreckonrldgt News OBlco theNewsness UreenUniversItyenrldge sews LADY WANTEDHonest IndustrIous wo oftorelltnwatsttngstrimmingsand townspeople We prefer u woman who has a trade already worked up Should be able to earn SJoor more weekly Dealing direct from the mills our prices are low and requiredWriteGoods Co 100 itli St Blnghampton N Y ORSALEAgood work horso Will sell JlmoroTartarlARMI woR SA LElie acres all fenced 40 ThistarmBrandenburg splondtd or write to 111 Ilardln Brandenburg Ky orm C MO- REWATCHS And better prices- on them than you will find at most places Severs Drug Co NOTICE I have this day sold to John OConnell the easedhusbandOCoDnellllssum1Inltfore existing and all porsons owing the firm rohnUConuell Colored School Opens The Cloverport Graded School for the coored population is in session with a I AdamsI Ji vWlfIIW Vth 9MCIAANYMMMW111bN have so many nice new IIWein Novelties do you to good offer to it thingsII I Visit Our Store I CLMoire Belting RibbonBrown I Pink Blue Cream White Black I CElastic Belts Washable I Patent Leather Belts for BeltsII I OrnaII Gauntlet Gloves Collar Supporters I and Pur- sesHOSIERYI I J C NOLTE BRO I CLOVERPORT KY- MIMiIAIYYAAMIMAl1AVVr1A YV111AMl ARIMVIIAAMMMt r t When in need of Boiler and Boat Work Tin and work Wo carry a full line of Plum hers Mill Sup plies The best Paints and Floor Finishes Oils Greases Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Order I Once a One == = I i W T2T + l + T t Our Very Iin the making tlm of Cddicks Gold Dust Flour If you havent it in the past now The rich bread made from Cadicks e1crybefore saying Flour your grocer and you get in any quantity I I Cadick MillingI CoGrandview Ii- 3 smsm rsmI-t Dont Forget Us Foundry Machine Gasoline Electrical Supplies Customer Always Cloverport Foundry Atachine oI Best- energies uledI meltinthemouth isI toIi 1Jrsm J BANK OF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and- Undivided ProfitsI2200000 SafeSound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones and we appre elate your business and influence Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVnRPORT CLOVl3I PORT KY m n 4 I CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL GREGORY CO Proprietors Will do Custom Work We sell Flooring Ceiling Cedar Shingles Laths Lime Plaster Huh Doors and Windows Can make plans of building furnish all material and give estimate of c os- ttOur Material is the Best and Prices Low r Food LawsI Have never affected our drinks in any WilY They wore pure before wo had Pure Food LawsII u fjif jj Sippel N II Quiggins W B Oolxe mjj rjji 0 J Hensel Irvington J Duggins Earned Mat to- f mmf m jj1 Carr Bottling and Manufacturing Works if Hawesville Kentucky 4C S 4 S 4 S 5 S S f f M e- i l r li i r rII SERVANTS SIGN LANGUAGE It Peculiarities of Employer and Tour ists Noted by Marks Servants and hotel uorters In many cities of Europe have u sign language r as complete as that of the Atnerltuu J JtrumpJ Is not generally known said a- ti t courier that servants are In toe habit of giving useful tips to their suoce sons and to the man who delivers i r tbGI bigIbarely perceptible signs which nobody understands1 i A freshly engaged domestic knows exactly what to expect whether his masters are easy or hard to please whether It Is monsieur or madame who Is hard to get along with Other signs tell whether the food Is good or bad whether the work Is difficult or not etc- uTho boy from the grocers or the bakers or the butchers will also be Informed whether he can expect a big tip or not The system Is even more developed among hotel servants A family arriv- Ing from Italy after having refused to give what some Italian porter consld ered n sufficient tip will have the fact advertised In every hotel he visits in Switzerland or France A little mark on the trunk is all that Is needed Philadelphia Ledger The little attacks of stomach trouble and stomach disorders will undoubtedly lead to chronic dyspepsia unless yon tae something far a sufficient time to strengthen the stomach and give it a chance to get well If you take Kodol in the beginning the tad attacks of Dyspepsia will be avoided but if you allow these little attacks to go unheeded it will take Kodol a longer time to put your stomach in condition again Get a bottle of Kodol today Sold by all DruggistsTraps of the Ant Lion We read of the tiger traps in India great pits dug In the ground and coy Bred lightly with pliant bamboo The tiger steps upon the false top and before it can retreat is precipitated into a trap Walking along a sandy road look for tiny circular pits sunk below j the surface and then sit down and watch an exciting episode in the life of the little still hunter which has dug the pitfall It Is Invisible and for some time the whole affair seems lifeless j Then an ant comes blundering along and without warning topples over the edge and begins to slide down the Incline But the insect fights hard for life and seems about to make its escape when lo the sand grains heave j upward at the bottom and with a jerk are hurled like a miniature catapult at the ant knocking it over and rolling it j to the bottom The ant lion for such It Is now seizes its prey and after t sucking its juices casts the dry body away and mends Its pit against the coming of another victim Chicago j Itecord Herald A lazy liverleads to chronic dyspepsia and constipationweakens the whole system Doans Regulets 25 cents a box correct the liver tone the stomach cure constipation A Reason Pa asked Mr Ilcnpecks little boy why did Patrick Henry say Give mi liberty or give tm denthV ttfle may hove been out live minutes oftir the curfew runs the night be fore Chicago RecordHerald 1 The Highest Applause You would compliment a coxiinnl doing n good act but you would nu it pm hit an angel rill silence that ar c pts merit us the most natural thing in the world Is the highest applauxw I nii rnii HeadacheIf try Dr Miles AntiPain Pills Why not do so l They will relieve the pain in just a few min utes Ask your druggist- sThere are 45000 druggists in the U S Ask any of them A package of 25 doses costs 25 cents One tablet usually stops a headache They relieve pain without leaving any disagreeable aftereffects isnt that what you want My son Frank Snyder has used Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for a long time He never had anything to btlp him so much for headache A year ago he came home and I was down sick with such a dreadful nirr headache He gave me one of1 1theAntiPain Pills and after whll I I took another and was entirely re a lieved I always keep them In the t house now and gave many away to t IClthem suffering with headache MRS LOUISE LEWELLYN Powell South Dakota y I Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to return the price of first package only to If It falls to benefit you c Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind v i Ii lj IIIf 1fr for Female Ills You should take for female Ills a medicine which acts on the female organs and functions Cardui Is not a mans medicine It Is for women Its pure healing curative vegetable Ingredi ents go direct to the womanly organs relieve their pain and In flammatlon and build tip their strength Tongue cannot teD writes Miss Nola Smith of Sweetser lad what WINE OF CARD UI WOMANS RELIEF hat done for me I am on my third bottle and am so much better Before I began to take Car dul I could not do a days work Now I can work all day Mother took four bottles of Cardui before confinement got along fine and has been real strong ever since At All Druggists WRITS FOR FREE ADVICe stating age and describing symptoms to Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn E 40 Getting His Moneys Worth A New Hampshire man tells of a tight fisted man of affairs in n town of that state who until recently had never been observed to take an Inter est in church matters Suddenly how ever he became a regular attendant at divine service greatly to the astonishment of his fellow townsmen What do you think of the case of old Ketchum 7 said one of the business men of the place to a friend Is It true that he has got religion 7 Well hardly replied the other The fact is its entirely a matter of business with him I am in a position to know that about a year ago he loaned the pastor 50 which the latter was unable to pay So there remained nothing for Ketchum but to take it out in pew rent Struck Out Dr C who always employs two servants man and wife was talking to a patient one day about a couple he had just discharged because the man drank He remarked JIlt Is so strange but it Is always the way with a man and wife If one Is good the other Is no goodThe patient asked him How Is it with you and Mrs CiPhiladelpbia Ledger Home Life of Genius The Actor before breakfast Where are the papers my dour His Wife an actress absentmlndedly Ocurse foul They are fur beyond your reach thank heaven And Ill die a thousand deaths before you can wr r r r ring the secret frontoherJack I mean the boy forgot to leave them this morning Puck Trials of Writers George Eliot In one of her letters referring to her novel Daniel Devon duo writes as follows My boon ceems to uie so unlikely ever to bo llnlshed In u way that wilt make It worth while giving to the world that is a kind of gloss In which I behold my Infirmities Again of the some Work As usual I am suffering much from doubt as to the worth of what I am doing lord fear lest 1 play not be able to complete it so as to make it a contribution to literature and not a were addition to the heap of books Montesquieu wrote thus to n friend I thought 1 should have 1 killed my self these three mouths to finish a morceau for hIs greet world which I wished to Insert on the origin ami revolutions of tho clad laws of Franco You will read it in three hours but I do assure you that It cost me so much labor that It has whitened my hair The eminent modern French writer Gustavo Flaubert suffered tortures In his efforts to attain perfection When composing he would sometimes spring to his feet shriek aloud and call him elf blockhead idiot No sooner was one doubt removed than another arose At other times he would sit at his writing table as one magnetized lost In contemplation ills friend Tur geneff declared that It was exceedingly touching to see his struggles with Ian guage lie would work a whole day and sometimes all night oh a single page Reduction The old nag was Jogging up the hill with the elopers Yes said the old nag it Is rather tough pulling them up to the parson age but It will be easier coming back How so queried the friendly goose at the roadside Why cant you see that after leav ing the parsonage two w111 be made one7Clllcago News Only Undeveloped TIoIt has been said that a woman can make a fool of any man Do you believe It She Of course not The best site can do is to develop him Chicago News- Experience Is the extract of suffer IngA Helps J tl A GREAT LINE OF FREE ATTRACTION In line with its policy to put on only bitIsecured the Kentucky State Fair man agement has closed a contract with Frank P Spellman of Cleveland 0 for what Is believed to be the best line of free attractions ever seen at a Southern Fair These attractions will be seen In front of the grandstand each day Including Spellmans Per forming Bears and ten other free at tractions such as trapeze acts mid air performances etc A Japanese troupe of gymnasts and equilibrists excelling In their line anything ever seen before In Louisville has been engaged especially for the State Fair and will be seen exclu sively In Kentucky at that time In addition to the more thrilling of the wellknown acts of balancing and gym nastic work they have devised several features which will be for the first time Introduced here The thriller of free attractions how ever will be the troupe of trapeze per formers Including several men women and a tiny tot which is hurled by Itn heels twentyfive feet through the air and is safely caught by one of its el ders Accidents do not occur in this act but despite their perfection a net is spread for a possible emergency so that oven if an accident should occur no fatality would result The shows already engaged for the Stretch are Fererlas Trained Wild Animal Congress the Dicky Wild West Show and Cow Boy Indians the Dark Town Fire Brigade Heaven and Hell Mechanical Device Johns town Flood Palace of Illusions Electric Palace and many others which will be added later This is enough to insure every visitor that there will be something doing every minute EXHIBITS AND CLASSIFICATIONS At the Kentucky State Fair Entries of exhibits in all Livestock Departments except for horses mules and jack stock will close Monday Sept 7th at G p m and In all other departments prior to Thursday Sept 10th Entries of horses mules and jacks will positively close at 12 oclock the day before the exhibition this year as there will be a printed program of the horse show giving the name of the owner the name and color of the horse and the number of the entry which must correspond with the arm number on the person riding driving or exhibiting same It Is absolutely essential that the entry giving this in formation be filed with the Secretary by noon of the day preceding the ex hibitionExhibits must be placed by 9 oclock Monday morning Sept 7th and exhibitors in all departments have been sonotifiedThere 1328 different rings In which liberal prizes are offered while there is a total of over 300 different lots The horse classification is sub divided Into classes suitable for light harness flvegalted saddlers three gaited saddlers roadsters combined harness and five gaited saddlers plan tation saddlers runabouts high steppers Shetland ponies and fine horses The mules and jack stock are well taken care of In the Beef Cattle Department the classification is complete for Short horns Herefords Polled Durhams AberdeenAngus and Red Polls In the dairy cattle department Jerseys Holstein Friesians Guernseys and Ayreshlres are recognized The Swine Department includes Berkshlres Po landChinas Durock Jerseys Chester Whites Tamworths Hampshlres and Yorkshires In the Sheep Department the following breeds are recognized Shropshlres Cotswolds Southdowns American Merinos Oxfords Hamp shires Dorsets Ramboulllets and Lin coins also a class for Angora Goats The Poultry classification covers ev ery known standard variety and the same Is true of the Pigeon Department the prize money being material ly increased over last years list The Departments for Vegetables and Melons Field Seed and Grain and Tobacco contain classes for almost every HorI prizesIgrapes etc Plants and Flowers one of the most attractive exhibits at a fair will le larger and better than ever before In no department is there a more interesting collection of premiums than In that set aside for womans work childrens work and table luxuries The Perfect Carriage Horse at the State Fair In order to develop a perfect car riage horse the United States Govern ment appointed a Commission to In vestigate the desired points that should be possessed In order to stim ulate the breeding of this class of ani mals the Kentucky State Fair offers a 75 trophy and a 50 cup for the best mare and stallion according to the government classification TK points desired by the carriage horse arc given in detail In tho State Fair catalogue A State Fair ribbon has tho backing of the Commonwealth of Kentucky it is a trophy of great sentimental and advertising value aside from the cash premium which accompaples It For catalogue entry blanks or othor Information write J W Newman Soc rtlary 320 Paul Jones Building Louis vile Ky I IL I 4 ibl 2 c f lib Bank of Hardinsburg end Trust Company ff 1t ii B F BEARDPresident Al H BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier Pays 3 per cent on time deposits no more Three per cent is as much as c r f the best banks in this state pay and as much as any managedIbank can afford to pay riW iW 1 Louisville Evansville Packet CoIN- CORPORATED PASSENGER RATES REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 Cloverport to Evansville 175 Boats leave Louisville Mondays Wednssdays Fridays and Soturdays at 4 p m Freight shipped by this lins de livered quicker than by rail Through rates quoted to all Ohio Cumberland Green Barren and Tennossee river points Write for folder General offices 154 to 158 Fourth street Louis ville Ky T L BENNETT G F lc P A OEO H WILSONSupt Scientists Corner Lord Kelvin was burled in West minster abbey in the spot which by analogy we might call scientists cor ner but it Is such a very ugly phrase If pilgrimages are made there the pll grims will be of another type from those whose shrine Is poets corner And yet when one thinks of the poets how many of them have opened up such wide spaces of imagination as Newton and Herschel Darwin and Kelvin If Shakespeare hud known such men he would have admitted their right to take their place with the lover the madman and the poet who are of imagination all compact But this conception has not penetrated the popular mind which Is hardly equal to pure Imagination unadulterated with emotion and a good many primitive Instincts London Saturday Review Itch Itch Itch Scratch Scratch I Scratch The more you acrdtch the worse the itch Try Doans Ointment t cures piles eczema any skin itching All druggists sell it She Told Him a Lie He had been dining well but not too wisely and the next morning his con science as well us his head smote him pretty considerably Yet he managed to struggle down to breakfast and to make an attempt to toy with the dainty and tempting dishes which his dear little wife had thoughtfully provided Cecil said his better half gently as she watched his Ineffectual endeav ors to do justice to the matutinal re past I am afraid that I told oua lie yesterday and I want you to for give me dear A lIe7 he asked wonderingly Yes As you left the house you will remember I said to you Youll be home early darling Well it wasnt trueAnd he went out a sadder and wiser manan the world may not exactly love a lover but It always takes quite an I IItIIc1i In his letters when they an I I IhirR DO YOU GET uN WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news oapers is sure to know of the wonderful Jcures made by Dr M SwampRoot HI the great kidney liver remedyVcal triumph of the nine- teenthI IIIIC century dls I Covered after years of m byDrnrnt kidney and blad der specialist and Is curinglamebles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst form of kdney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not rec ommended for everything but If you havekid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need 1It1 has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement ha been made by which alt readers of this pacer who have not already tried it may have fa sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and fCK send your address to 4 Dr Kilmer c Co Blng M UP hamton N Y The I It regular fifty cent aid nomeot Bwampnoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont makolany mistake but remember th name SwampBoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root Rnd the address BiURhamton N Y son nverv bottle a 1 LrySc Capital 50000 Surplus 5000 I Morris Eskridge Beard Richardson Kincheloe Beardr safely I W H BOWMKII President A B SKILLMAN Cashier- F L LIOHTTOOT VlcelTesldent CHAS SKILLMAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRI3CKINRIDGI3 BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid time deposits Business great and small solicited ElIfa om lfjtItB1 Elft IThe Carlsbad of America I French Lick and West Baden Springs Ind Now reached by direct line of the Southern Railway raLeave Evansville 7 20 am 2 20 pm It Rockport 7 15 am 2 15 pm I Cannelton 7 15 am 2 15 pm I TeLl City 7 25 am 2 pm pmfapmtll Daily Except Sunday t ROUND TRIP RATES = LIMIT 30 DAYS riEvansville 20IICanneItonII 2 72It 2 76 II Tell City 2 60 2 64 TroyII It 2 44 It 2 48 I E D Stratton A Ind IJ Beam Jr A G P A St Louis Morr l Bm t + IjY IjTHE Fifth Avenue i HOTELLouisville iMgri= r r IftrstcllUts jlStreetcleant CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE INCORPORATED TELEGRAPH CO I ofthisSouthernIllinoisMississippiandqulokandoountryWereason- able Equipments and facilities unsur passed I 111IASI The Poultry Yard It is not too late to caponize The duck laying season ends this Munth The Marchhatched pullets should begin to lay All the old surplus stock should now bemarketedThere nothing better for poultry during hot weather than charcoal Keep np the fresh water supply warm water is nauseating to the stock Add linseedmeal to the soft feed and place some rusty iron in the drinkitn vesselsQueer that some folks never think 01 providing shade for their hens in hott weatherSave of the best young hens for breeding purposes Eggs from thrifty two year old hens pretty sure t hatchPoultry manure is worth not less than 12 a ton But iIf you store it where iitt will git wet it will not be worth much ofanythingYou about as well throw your hen manure into the creek as to mix it I with ashes or lime Peat or muck is the best to use as an absorbent dttttt i I hMi x t DIRECTORS G W 1 D S I Dr A M 3 C V Robertson r B F I I on I e I 22 It e P Evansville C c are 1 1 1 I t J400 rate 4I- tOnly one block from the principal rn shopping district and two blocks from the i of the city G Everything neat and I f ti 3rr r ri M the UGive the hens a liberal amount of food and care from now on until they have gone through the exhaustive process of growing new feathers They surely deserve the very best of care in elead of the neglect which is often their I portion From Augut Farm Jou- rnalEThs VI G BULBS SUCCEEDI rBUCKBEBS OFFERe AtrialytomorSatisfactionf money Eealu tb 1tblpb follnl s refundedtPal C 10110 w4 DutD Vltlt04f11141010 TIIpttOUAKANTEED TO PLEASE I t Papero r CENTSWnroo1ltctloaif1 SusubtlHfbetdM1Conulo1Db4 4- of lb y Tab Bulb aloe brta a 4lunu NaooaroaDl ILL BT 1 vm i iiii w I Is Chuck It Dukel While the Duke of Counnught was IlULCfilro he wont for a stroll one morn lu and quartetEnglishman wearing the ribbon of the Indian mutiny on his breast The dukE stopped and spoke to the man aboy his military service for some HttiUltime Presently the man said not flowliiR of course to whom he was peaking1 Are you In the army your If then slrT The duke smiled alto omitted that he was Getting on a right was the next question Thej1ke smiled again and said that he had not very much to grumble at on the whole though perhaps ihe was not dnlng quite so well as he could wish Xo myboyveteran armytodayamount of Influence behind you You may lake my tip old chap and chuck itrLondon T P O Fencing With Umbrellas Recently a French publication print girlstenclngI they were trying to acquire thus th necessary skill and assurance to parry with a simple gesture an attack of ApachesJt stated that this sport was not born yearsInMme Guillemot at the same time that M taught fencing with the sword for jlenic reasons and for personal defense also taught her pupils to play with the umbrella The article finishes by saying that it Is certainly piquant that this modern application of an ancient sport was taught by a Parlslenno long before America claimed the original Idea Spirit of the Open Life The great charm of scenery and the country life Is the moral feeling that seems to pervade it This has prevailed through all English literature fro Chaucer to Wordsworth and down tour o own times It has cast its spell over almost all of our Canadian poets who have wooed nature in her most se cret haunts and studied her minutest caprices Montreal Witness Sized Him Up Brlggs I have made a will leavin my brain to the hospital and Just go an acknowledgment from the authorI- tIes GriggsWere they pleased Brlggs They wrote that every littlel helps Illustrated Bits Ebb Tide Father eminent stockbroker With the flow the sea rises my boy with the ebb it falls Son a chip of the old blockThen would be the time to buy wouldnt it daddy What comes with the wind will go frith the rain Irish Proverb A Weakling is the only way to describe the poor child that is afflicted with worms No matterhow much or how often it eats the worms get all the nourishment fromI the foodthe child gets practically none Whites Cream Vermifuge gets rid of the worms quickly easily and with no badI after effects Price 25 cents a bottle Sold by A K Fisher Not Deliberate WleI claim that the story you told me last night when you came home was a deliberate lie HubAnd I say It wasnt I never thought up one more quickly in my life Disagreeable at Home Lots of men and women who are agreeable with others get cranky at home Its not disposition its the liver If you find in yourself that you feelI cross around the house little thing- worry you just buy a bottle of Ballards Herbine and put your liver in shape You and everybody around you will feel1 better for it Price 50 cents per bottle Sold by A R Fisher Most Popular of Pictures The best known picture in the world Jt has been said is Vandykes portrait of James II of England as an infant popularly known as Baby Stuart Two million copies of it are said to be in American homes and it is equally popular in England and continental Eu rope This is not because it is a por trait of a child who became king but because it is a masterly piece of In font portraiture Tho plump round cheeks and tiny nose surmounted by a tight fltlng cap appeal to every love I er of children The figure with which tho world is familiar Is the central ono In a group of the eldest three children of Charles I painted In 1635 when the baby afterward known as tho Duke of York was only two years old and barely able to stand alone Youths i Companion Diarrhoea Cured i My father has for years been troubled with diarrhoea and tried every means possible to effect a cure without avail writes John H Zirkle of Philippi W Va He saw Chamberlains Colic Colera and Diarrhoea Remedy advertis ed In the Philippi Republican and de s clded to try it The result is one bottle cured him and he has not suffered withII the disease for eighteen months Before taking this temedy he was a constant ufferer He is now sound and well 1 x asuchI Severs Drug Store I NATURE AND A WOMANS WORE LYDIA E PINKHAM Nature and a womans work com bined have produced the grandest remedy for womans ills that the world has ever known oef uponthel cure disease and mitigate suffering The Indians on our Western Plains today can produce roots and herbs for every ailment and cure diseases that baffle the most skilled physicians who have spent years in the study of drugs From the roots and herbs of theI field Lydia E Pinkham more thanl thirty years ago gave to the womenl of the world a remedy for their peculiar ills more potent and effica cious than any combination ofdrugs Lydifl E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is now recognized as th standard remedy for womans ills Mrs Bertha Muff of 515 NC St r Louisiana Mo writes healthmmeans so much to me that for the of other suffering women I am to make my troubles public liFoI twelve years I had been suffer ing with the worst forms of female ills During that time I had eleven differenti physicians without help No tongu- can tell what I suffered and at times could hardly walk About two years adviceg thattLydia pound and Mrs Pinkhams advice restored health and strength It iis worth mountains of gold to suffering womenWhat Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound did for Mrs Muff itwill do for other suffering women Wholesome Fear Miss H tho principal of a grammar school was investigating a case brought her by a pupil Are you quite sure that was tho way It happened Mrs P Miss II that was Just the way Im telling you the truth I wouldnt dare tell you a lie Im not well enough todayWomans Home Companion She Likes Good Things Mrs Chad E Smith of West Frank lin Maine saysIII like good things and have adopted Dr Kings New Life Pills as our family laxative medicine because they are good and do tlHr work without making a fuss about it These painless purifiers sold by Severs Drug Co 25c Why He Concealed His Calling I hope said the young man that partial concealment of the truth Is no lie If It Is I am telling a whopper right now and Im n divinity student too That Is what I am 1 lying about I dont tell that I am studying theology If 1I did I wouldnt find it so easy to hold this Job Im ono of the downonhlsluck students who has to work his wily through college One of the first things I learned when I be thesaverage employer of labor has no use for the divinity student Somehow ever man engaged in business holds the opinion that a young fellow who Is studying for the ministry lacks back bone and he Is afraid to trust him with important duties After 1 had Ingenuously explained my circumstances to about twoscore of employers and had been turned down by all of them 1 got wise 1 am work ing now The boss doesnt know I am pegging away nights on church his tory If he did the chances are hed discharge me not because he has any grudge against parsons or church his tory but because he like everybody else would think I hadnt pluck enough to earn my salaryNow York Times Excellent Health Advice Mrs M M Davison of No 379 Gif ford Ave San Jose Cal says The worth of Electric Bitters as a general family remedy tor headache bilious ness and torpor of the liver and bowels is so pronounced that I am prompted to say a word in its favor for the benefit of those seeking relief from such afflictions There is more health for the digestive organs in a bottle of Eletric Bitters than in any other remedy I know of Sold under guarantee at Severs Drug Store 50c Mountains Had Not Moved JUdgeWJIllnm Englandtownaround questioning pupils of the mid dle grade He asked a boy named Rock where the Rocky mountains were The boy answered correctly but failed to be promoted that term The following year the Judge asked tho same question Rock replied Tho same place they were last year AMERICAN FRENCH The Struggles of a New Yorker In a Paris Restaurant gaylabelsyouhourreminiscences of trnvelour thin American accent struggling with the sonorous French tongue You hoar queer mistake toono end of em The queerest I came acrofes was made by a Now York man This tourist at the Chatham wanted to say I am hungry lIe should have said Jal falm Then the waiter would have brought him a meal at once What he did say was II Me subs fumeux garcon He said there Im famous walter And the waiter impressed bowed and smiled Congratulations sirII No food came IIe must have made an error so he tried again 11 Garcon jal une femme That meant he hud a wife The waiter said he was sure she was a winner Iluthor red now he took a third dive IIJe suls femme This time the New Yorker said he was a woman II waylfor comforts sake the walter in quired with a gallant smile New York Press For Sore Feet I have found Bucklens Arnica Salve to be the proper thing to use for sore feet as well as for healing burns sores cuts and all manner of abrasions writes Mr W Stone of East Poland Maine It is the proper tuning too for piles Try it Sold under guarantee a Severs Drug Store 2sc TestseOne might say that the first test at Oxford is athletic ability the next so ciability and the final scholastic abil ity When you have passed the first two you are the admiration of your yourselfmiration of your college Rhodes Scholar In Sunset Magazine youIthatIa little Cascasweet the well known remedy for babies and children will quiet the little one in a short time The ingredients are printed plainly on the bottle Contains no opiates Sold by all Druggists Staggered Webster In the somewhat famous case of Mrs Bodgcns will which was tried In the Massachusetts supreme court many years ago Daniel Webster ap poured as counselor for the appellant Mrs Greenough wife of the Tier WII liam Greenough of West Newton way a very self possessed witness Notwithstanding Mr Websters repented efforts to disconcert her she pursued the oven tenor of her way until Web ster becoming quite fearful of tho re suit arose apparently in great agi tatlon and drawing out his large snuffbox thrust his thumb and finger to the very bottom and currying a deep pinch to both nostrils drew It up with gusto and then extracting from his pocket a very large handkerchief he blew his nose with a report that rang distinct and loud through the crowded hall Ho then asked Mrs Greenough was Mrs Bodgen a neat woman- I cannot give you full information as to that sir She had one very dirty trick replied the witness What was that madam She took snuff Summer complaints and other serious ailments couirmn in hot weather can be traced to the stomach nine times out of ten Keep the stomach in good order right now by keeping a bottle of Kodol I handy in the house all the time but especially during this month Take Kodol whenever you feel that you need it That is the onl time that you need it then you will not be troubled withsour stomach belching gas on the stomach bloat ng dyspepsia and indigestion Sold by all DrugiistsIv TrumpsA nightInto I chapel with remarkable regularity andII were pointed out as an example by theII authorities An alteration was made in the time chapel not beginning until thirty minutes later and the dean was astounded to see that none of these men so regular before was present Ho sent for them and asked the rea son Well sir said one its like this When chapel was at half past 7 we could Just manage it but we cantt oclockHarpersWeekly WeeklyDoes your back ache Do you have sharp pains in the side and tho small of the back This is due usually to kid ney trouble Take DeWitt Kidney I and Bladder Pills They will promptly relieve weak back backache rheumatic pains and all Kidney and Bladder I disorders Sold and recommended by all Dru nzistsII I A Lost Bank Note A friend of mine writes a Scottish correspondent recently saw a piece ot paper Ilying on the street He picked It up It was a one pound note Some men might hnve pocketed It with a mire Hi satisifutlon My friend ever liuijfsily hauled It over tobojj dIJ1coeredI pound He thought over the matter I and remembered that before finding the notu he had been standing on the edge of the pavement for some time It slowly dawned upon him that the pound lie hud found was his own and that he hud drawn it from his pocket unconsciously Lie wont buck prompt- lyI to till police station und explained the circumstance The otllier In charge only shook his head and smiled In credulously Very clover he snlt- lbutehIt will scarcely do If mv friend cared to call buck at the end of six mouths he was Informed he would get the pound If In the Interval It lead not been claimed During this time of waiting he Is Inclined to meditate ns to whether honesty Is always the best policy London P T O In Case of Accident Dont bluster Bo tactful If there are dangerous germs present ask them I to withdraw If they demur ask them where they wore brought up with gen tie Irony Be careful to render first aid to the injured A great deal of unnecessary suffering has been caused by persons hastily rendering third or even fourth aid where first aid was Indicated- In case of drowning select a best method of resuscitation There are 4030 best methods in all Have them about you In the forum of loose news paper clippings and run them over briefly before acting Keep cool Stop every little while anti take your temperature- If the coroner arrives while you aro at work immediately closlst It is dis courteous to save life in his presence Take accurate notes of the street and number Reviving patients almost always ask where they are If possible induce death to supervene rather than to take place merely or even to ensue It gives the family a sense of dlgnityPuckThe When Sir John Mlllala was engaged In painting his Chill October among the rushes on the banks of the ray near Perth said an English artist a railway porter from the station at Kin fauns used to carry the canvas back and forth for him The porter was a quaint chap His services wore called for many days In requisition He became quite friendly with Sir John and seemed to take a hearty Interest In tho progress of the paintingWell Chill October was eventually finished and sold a little while after ward for a thousand pounds This fact somehow reached the porters ears He met Sir Johns brother inlaw at Kin fauns one day and said excitedly Mon Ist true that Sir Johns sold tplcture and got a thoosund poond fort Yes certainly was the reply- A thoosand poond repeated the porter Why mon I wadna glen half a croon fort Rotundity of Earth We are assured by competent authority that Thnles of Miletus taught that the earth was of a globular form so early as 010 B C Pythagoras dem onstrated from the varying altitudes of the stars that the earth must be round Arlstarchus of Samos main tanned that the earth turned on its own axis and revolved about the sun which doctrine was held by his con temporaries as so absurd and revolting that the philosopher nearly lost his life B C 280 The wisdom of the ancients was of course lost sight of In tho darkness of the middle ages and tit took Galilei and Copernicus to re worldINewMurder In GermanyI Germany distinguishes between two kinds of murderone premeditated and Intentional Is punishable by death the second Intentional homicide with out deliberation is punishable by penal servitude for from five to fifteen years Dueling In Germany is a mlsdeirieano of a special kind Who kills his oppo nent In a duel is not charged with murder or manslaughter but with dueling the punishment for which Is detention in a fortress for fifteen yearsI London Chronicle Ruffled His Feathers Artist showing friend his master piece Now my boy that Is a picture If you like real and natural What do you think of It Friend Capltall Cap tall So lifelike Such light and shade I dont think I ever saw a bet er picture of a battlefield Artist Great Paul Rubens Thats not a bat tlefield thats n basket of fruit Lon don Standard The Editor Regrets I Office Boy The editor says hes muchII obliged to you for allowing him your drawings but much regrets ho Is unable to use them Fair Artist eager yDld Jie say that Office Boy truthfully Well not exactly He Just said Take em away Pimple They make me slckLondon Tatler iStntement of Condition of The I I Two States Bank I I HIOHIStephensport Ky nt the Close of Business June 30 a IResources 63wCash in other Banks 496274 W1i Banking House and Lot 302 89 Furniture and Fixtures 1557 12 Current Expenses Last W1i Six Months 959 53 iTotal 590323 72 biliti sIgm Capital StockJ5OOO 00 Surplus Fund 18 Undivided Profits 09 ffm Depositors45I Total9032372 IWe have passed the fifth milestone in our existence During that tfM time we have grown from a small beginning to a large and prosperous M business We have endeavored to keep abreast of the times provid flffl tllIlecUrity i pay per cent on time deposits which I more than any other bank in Breckenridge county pays isIWe believe in paying our patrons all we can for the use of money The late disasterous bank failures have demonstrated that W1iit is not the oldest and largest bank that is the safest We take this opportunity to thank our customers whose patronage has helped I make this the largest and best statement in our five years of toI t RespectfullyII ADAIR Cashier I1J flim 5lJJ c Xc i Real Estate Department Do you want to b z a farm or businees 4t If you do you find just what you need in this department If you are interested 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 onco tolling us what you want and where you want It and let us introduce you to the man who hits the very property you are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in priceBDo You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together enablingbuyersJnoDBabbage venueWeUC 1 750 1M acres on Hnrdlnsburg and mllosfroma good biz burn 80 ucrus la oak and beech tlmborHeechbehuuledLimestonelundtobacco and fruIt Plenty Rood water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments FOU SALEA splendid stand for u druggist surroundedby stepintoAn old established physician wants to retire Is the reason for selling For further partic ulars address JNO Il JIAItltAGK Clover port Ky C Ocn 352 acres on llurdinsburg and 4 O xOU Fuiis ot sinking roud 2 miles onestorydwellingsblacksmith shop all necessary nuthouses ISO acres under cultivation and pasture 22 acres In timber white oak black ouk beech and sugar tree nil good size Plenty of good water tho year round Ono thlyd cash and good easy terms on balance C nn i acres situated IH miles from PUUU Holt joins Gabe Pierce llldee land In good shapes good fenclug one good dwel ling house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn pondsThIs0 acres In timber white oak sugar tree and beech balance cleared Plenty of good fruit Good road t StephensportSH miles and good roud to Hoi 1H miles This farm Is not worn out It Is good land and In good fix Just the tiara tnIII man with a small fumlly Option Barber In the Wlll you have Vie tlm with get out of this chair alive shall it very close shave Li 777 3195 may OHfindon lIardlnsburt turnpike Im feetandorchard500 bearing trees and 150 young trees 40 acresIn timber hickory and KrassbalancoGoodlimestoneandwheatOnothtrdcash 850 010verportBowlingsmaUdwellIntshenhouseandasulphursprlnK towoods20000poundsOn six acres of the wood land there are farmtorunouttimber ThisIssmall farm FOR SALFA farm contalnltlt 260acrs and under fence A nice cottage ct five 151 rooms two cisterns walled cellar with store room over It two good stock barns one tenant house about MO apple and pouch trees ulso pears ijulrees and apricots most all kinds of small fruits Including nice vinyard of choicest grapes 200 acres cleared balance In woods Ira acre in grass several groves of blaik locust sulllilfnt for posts to wire the whole farm In It UPS Kkroa 00lonn rIKENTUCKY BIGGEST SHOW1 L JSEPT1415161718191908 SIX l Ij j 25000 IN PREMIUMS o r WEBER BANDS ATT CTIO NSY20 SIDE SHOWSxHere is the place to display your live stock and farm products to meet your friends and to combine amusement with information Show every day rain or shine in our new 100000 Live Stock Pavilion Be one of the quarter of agmillion to visit this years Fair LOW RAILROAD RATES lot information entry blanks or catalog addroes J W NEWMAN Secretary X Louisville Ky No pausing mutllntlonl a close shave sir a gaspIIt I I certainly consider a p 800JOlovorport und f u u u near t There are many imitations of DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve but just one original Nothing else is just as good Insist on DeWitts It is cleansing cooling and soothing Sold by All Druggists 2TUe IICOAl SCHOOLOF flGII JGR4D IERClAL TlIE sourALL OF THE COMMERClnL BRANCHES INCLUDING TElEfJllAPHY ARE lU6HJ EAU77FUL ATAlOGUES fREEWRIT 1 1ri I e C k T iii 1 roDOOOOOOODorQ D IIARDINSBUR I KY o o SEPTEMBERI23080 D Bigger and Better ThanEver Before n u 4 Live Stock Department Willcontain a magnificent exhibit of the finest breeds of cattle sheep and swine and will interest all andamply re pay any one for their visit Ev ery stock raiser mpl1J U RED POLLED his adsFOUnYEAROLD n nmcthing to IIIIvantage Horses for general purposes Coach Horses Ii Roadsters Saddle Horses Pedigreed Draft Horses Fancy n Matched Teams Yearlings Colts Ponies and Mules competitive classes IIIIinII o Liberal Premiums Enlarged Purses n I Mechanical Departmt An exemplification of the progress of the farming in dustry exhibitingupto date machinery engines threshers grinders planters etc This department will n be better larger than M Mever year The Flower Show A bower of beauty a be wildering display of frag rant flowers Oddspeci mens of nature u Q n Many Artistic Booths WiU make the eye glad to U behold A great variety of color will add to the general irii appearance of the many displays The Poultry Exhibit Will be almost a whole show in itself All the noted strains oft chickens ducks geese turkeys pIgeons etc t as wellas many cHAwrioif BRONZE TURKEY rare wonderful specimens No I Ill person interested in poultry can afford to miss the Poul try Exhibit d1U Something to please and instruct everybody J and this and Fruits and Vegetables Beautiful specimens of all kinds of fruits in competitive array Interesting dis play of all kinds vegetables Every Department is Complete Womens Departmentu A splendid display of canned fruits preserves arL0 tistic needle work embroid ery laces and other articles of the household also dis plays of the culinary art I A Noahs Ark of Domestic Animals proveIs neighhors QtheQ Refreshments Lemonade etc at reasonable prices U o Exciting Races and Special Attractions every DayUU C V ROBERTSON President M H BEARD Sccy and Treas 111 101 Jll 101 JII OOOOODOOOoOl pp 1