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TIE BRECKENRIDUENhWSJALL h VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1908 8 Paces NO 10 g iiiSCHOOL DAYS SCHOOL DAYS Dear Old Golden Rule Days Read ing and Writing and Arith metic Taught to the TUNE OF A HICKORY STICK Packed like sardines the school chaps were crowded together in the Princi pals room at the opening exercises of he Cloverport Graded and High School ilonday morning Prof Edmond Wroe honor of presenting to the school the Rev James Lewis who made a brief but excellent address to the pupils just after the last bell tapped for the first time in the new term Rev Lewis took for his theme the C H S mottoliDo Right and em phasized the fact by so doing one was helped to be right He also remarked what a great blessing it would have been to every parent to see those three hundred children open their books that morningliThe question of taxation would be settled nowif parents could see not this immense number of scholars but the great possibilities that lie with in their young lives said Rev Lewis To look through the school building it was quite evident that interested hands had taken hold of things there since last spring Each room has been nicely remodeled freshly painted and new floors also laid in them Best of all though the four teachers are the greatest factors and their three assistants won the hearts of all the scholarsProf Wroe with ability carries the burdens of his room alone Miss Lessie Newton will assist Miss Anne Crenshaw Miss Crenshaw has the first assistants room and she opened her work like one who knows how to get others to work even when they do not want to L Miss Margaret Wroe and Miss Eunice Jennings will have charge of the intermediate department Miss Bessie Mitchell of Addison and Miss Edith Burn will teach the pri mary They are capable young women lIi sufficient sympathy and cooperation- ar given them by the patrons success will be theirs The cioXtrport Graded and High I School will surely have its best term this year because of one reason if no other and that is its good foundation the trustees who are Dr Lightfoot Chas Skillman L T Reid W G Smart and S H McCracken They have started the ball rolling for better schools in Cloverport and now its up to the citizens to keep up the work 1 Mis liardin Hostess Mrs Bettie Richardson and Mrs Richard Childs of Ekron Miss Jennie I Hardin of Brandenburg are the guests of Mrs Emma Hardin Buys Livery Stable Edwin Jolly bought the city livery stable at Irvington from T R Blytha Monday and took possession at once Consideration unknown Entertained by Family Servant The Rev James T Lewis and Mrs iffitlwis and Dr L B Moremen spent last Thursday with Andy Board and wife a very highly respected colored family of the Irvington neighborhood The old colored folks made an elab osate spread for their friends and such i a fine dinner they had not eaten since I the auntie cooked for Mr and Mrs John Fisher She was the family ser vant fourteen years and she and Uncle 4 Andy arevnow comfortably situated in their own home tFine Boy ri Mr and Mrs Wm Preston are the proud parents of a fine boy who arri Ted at their home last Thursday Extensively Entertained Miss Grace Mae Plank who will be united in marriage to Mr Ira Behen next Wednesday will be the guest of I honor at a kitchen shower given Sat urday afternoon by Mrs Shelby Con i rad Tomorrow afternoon from three Younge1tttfc tain for Miss Plank The guests will include only the members of the Lucky Thirteen Friday Miss Jennie Mable Harrisi4 ill compliment Miss Plank with are ttteption Mn and Mrs Harry Newsom will at tend State Fair DESERVES MEDAL FROM CARNEGIE Gus May a Hero Risks ills Own Life to Save Anotherfl HAPPENS ON L II ST L RR Gus May fireman with his brother Engineer Henry May on freight train No 165 Westbound last Tuesday afternoon risked his own life in an ef fort to save a threeyearold negro child from meeting death under the wheels of their engine The train was going on a downgrade at the regular rate of speed on the eastI side of Owensboro near Pates when the Messrs May unexpectedly saw a dark little bundle of life on the track in the short distance before them In an instant Gus May leaped out of his cab jumped on to the running board of the engine and ran down to the pilot He did it so quickly that his brother hardly realized that he left the cab but as he dashed out of the window he cried fran tically Dont hit that Henry May made every effort to stop the train and when he succeeded he looked back and up the track about three cars length stood Gus May holding the kinkyheaded chap that he had saved from horrible death Just how it was done can hardly be related for it all happened Within a twinkling of an eye Mr May said when he got on the pilot the engine was within a few feet of the child and with supreme nerve he reached out and grasped the boys clothing and in doing so he jumped from the engine The act was heroic and Cloverport is proud of Gus May Henry May says that it was partly his love for dogs that he stopped the engine for his first glimpse qf the creature made him think it was a dog Some friends of the May brothers in tend to inform Andrew Carnegie of the rescuing of the baby and he will no doubt award the hero with a medal NEWSY ITEMS Rev J D Duncan and Miss AnJJ geline Davidson of Falls of Rough Marry CRISP COUNTYi SEAT NEWS J j Conrad Payne Ss Co are the leaders in this county for wire fencing Miss Linnie Haswell left Saturday for Caruthersville Mo tp resume teach ing Mrs D R Murray is visiting her parents at Glendeane this week Mrs George Evans is in Kansas City j for a visit of several weeks to relatives Marvin Beard and George Evans were in Louisville all last week making fall purchases for B F Beard Co Mr and Mrs Paul Compton went to Lexington Sunday to accompany Mr I Comptons brother of Garfield who enters the State University Mr andjj Mrs Compton spent a day in Lexiug ton a day in Frankfort and are at the State Fair for the remainder of the weekJames Jafboe and Lee Bosley of Chenault were here Monday on busi nessIThe public school opened Monday with a fine attendance Miss Verbal I principalZIisslington of Hardinsburg artthe as sistantsMrs Allen Edelen and children left Monday after a two weeks visit to relatives I t Miss Martha Haynes of Union Star was the guest of Miss Mamie Miller J last week J Miss Mamie Miller is the guest of her sister Mrs Huse Frymire of Frymire Mrs Orrin Hardin and children near J Cloverport are spending the week with Mrs Pile and Mrs A M Kincheloe Frank Mercer has been at home for several days The tax collections are coming in fairly well so the sheriff reports In the baseball game of the season the score stood three and three here last Thursday between Hardinsburg and McDaniels The game ended inI an argument just before the close of the last inning with McDaniels at the batOur local ball teary has disbanded fo the year Rev J D Duncan and Miss hinge line Davidson of Falls of Rough were united in marriage at the residence of jRobert A with Wednesday morning the Rev Peake of Falls of Rough officiating After visiting relatives here and at Garfield the bride and groom returned to their home in Grayson countyMarriage licenses A N fchism to Lizzie Ann Stowe Jesse Embry and Nellie Embry Mr and Mrs Gus Shellman and son Hobart Mr and Mrs Paul Compton Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard and P M Beard are attending the State Fair this weekMisses Margaret and Evylin Beard left Friday for Bowling Green to enter the State Normal John Skillman and Roy Moorman areII attending the State Fair Misses Helen and Cathleen Sutton have returned to Louisville after a two weeks visit to Miss Lida Mercer Miss Minnie Stith of Bewleyville is the guest of Mrs An lrew Elder Mrs John who their golden wedding anniversary- in 31st BEWLEYVILLE Mrs Eveline Stith accompanied by her Mr Ernest Richard son and family of Rineyville visited relatives Satur lapand nttended ecOId Folks Day Mr Frank Stith of Louisville visited Pierce Hardaway Saturday and Sunday Mt1 ecOId Folks Day was an enjoyable event at the church Sunday and a good crowd was out Dinner in was served on the Some of the young people in the neighborhood are having a good time at the home of Mr Girard Foote in honor of his nephew Hardaway of St Louis Misses Minnie and Ada Stith are visiting in Hardinsburg and Glen deane Edgar Hardaway has gone to Columbia to enter school for the year Master Will Duff Stith is a wel come guest at the home of his grand parents Mr and Mrs Addlphus Jor danDr and Mrs T N Baker of Ma con Ga have been visiting Mr and Mrs C H Drury Miss Anna May Jordan ot Louis ville has been visiting relatives in and near Bewleyvllle Quite a crowd of young people at tended the watermelon party at Mr Z i Stiths last Saturday night Mr and Mrs Z T Stith were guests of Mr and Mrs Andrew Elder nee Mabel Hawkins during the fair Hal Head has gone to Liberty Mo tdattend school School opened at Bewleyville Sept 14 with Horace W McCoy as teach erDr J M was palled Thurs day to attend Tile Bandy who had his hand badly mashed while hang ing tobacco- A large crowd was at C H Drurys colt Saturday afternoon Bill Kendalls colt took first premium and Will Jollys second Mr All goods mule took first in mule show The ice supper given by the Woodmen was a financial success Mr John Rod Shacklette and Miss Lillian Stith were out at Bewleyville Saturday and Sunday visiting friends Mrs L B Perkins and Miss Virginia Harris will spend tomorrow at State Fair NEWEST NEWS IRVINGTONr Edwin Jolly Goes Into the Livery Business Miss Peyton Entertains PERSONAL POINTS ABOUT FOLKS Cnrad Payne S Co have just received two car loads of American Farm and Field Fencing When in need of farm fence write or call on them A little girl entered the home of Mr and Mrs James Jarrett September 7 After a months visit here Mrs L J Parrott and two daughters left for their home in Sumter S C They were ac companied by Mrs George Lyddan who expects to visit her sister Mrs W R Philips for two months- If you want fresh fish fresh oysters and fresh celery go to Louis Jollys Friday morning Rev B F Wilson assisted by the Rev Currie of Cloverport are holding Mr and E Keith celebrated this city August soninlaw abundance ground John Walker out show cream niece a series of meetings at Webster begin ning oil Sunday night and will con tinue on through this week Edwin Jolly has purchased of T R Blythe the contents of his livery and feed stable and entered upon his duties on September 8 Mr Jolly is the young est son of the late RI Jolly and he has a great many friends who wish him much success in this new enterprise He is quite young but ambitious and wide awake like his father who will make a success in what ever he under takes in life Miss Willa Drury left for a weeks visit to relatives in Louisville Friday You willalways find fresh and whole some bread at Louis Jollys Miss Jessie Brady left Saturday for Louisville to be the guest of her sister Mrs Tony McCoy during the State FairWill Biggs stopped over for a day last week on his way to Atlanta Ga and was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs J F Biggs A fresh and uptodate line of gro ceries at Louis Jollys Mrs James King was called to New Haven Wednesday to attend the fu neral of her brother Rev Father Buck man o R Mack Herndon of Waverly Ky is spending this week the guest of his aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs T N McGlothlanWaller arrived Saturday from Beverley Mass to be the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs J B Herndon He is engaged in the for estry business at Beverly and this is his first visit home in four years Although there was no attempt to celebrate Labor Day in a formal manner in our city all business was practically suspended on last Monday The streets bore a deserted appearance and many of the residents of the city went elsewhere to spend the holiday Mrs D C Heron and daughter Mary returned Sunday from Indianap olis after a several days visit to Miss Margaret Dorsey Miss Mildred Hawes left for Owens boro Saturday after spending two weeks with her sister and brother Mr and Mrs Charlie Hawes Dr L B Moremen and Mrs More men spent Tuesday in Louisville on a shopping tour Robert Lyons left Tuesday for Lex ington to resume his duties at the State College t Miss Lizzie Hilf arrived last week from Paris Texas to be the guest of her sister Mrs John Nevltt Misses Grace Edith and Eva Plank of Cloverport spent Tuesday and Wednesday visiting Mrs Charlie Chamber lain J K Bramlette has just closed a con tract with Hubert Bruner near Fry mire to build him a handsome two story residence He will begin building about the first of October The Rev C K Hoagland of the Louisville Seminary filled the pulpit at the Bapsist church on Sunday Miss Lillian Rhodes of Brandenburg is the guest of her aunt Mrs Ed Alex ander this week Miss Montre Purcell of Owensboro who has been spending the past week with Mrs Frank Waggoner has re turned home Miss Esther Payne ofter being the guest of her cousin Miss Grace Payne left for Stephensport Sunday Mr and Mrs Rod Foote of Bewley ville entertained house party last week in honor of their daughter Miss Bessie Foote Those present were Misses Fannie Hardaway of Big Spring Alberta Drury and Maggie Blanch Jol ly of Bewleyville Messrs John B Hardaway of St Louis Wathen Drury and Joe Miller of near Bewleyville Miss Alberta Foote of Owensboro came Wednesday to be the guest of her aunt Mrs Nora Board Mrs James Bolin and little daughter Reba returned Sunday from Tar Springs after a ten days trip A number of young folks were de lightfully entertained by Miss Margaret Peyton on last Saturday evening Among those present wore Misses Susie Bandy Hary Alexander Julia Lyons Lillian Rhodes Eliza Piggott Messrs John W Jolly Hubert Lyons James Owen Cunningham and Kendrick Jolly Mrs R B McGlothlan left Monday LouisvilleMr D T Spradlin have re turned home from a short visit to Har din county Announcement- Mr and Mrs WilHam H Bowmer announce the engagement of their daughter Mia Marion Hawes Bow mer to Mr Charles W Moorman Jr of Versailles The wedding will be solemnised the twentieth of October HAWESVILLE Selected as the Place Where the Parrishes Will be Tried November 9 The Parrish brothers James H J Otis and I N will be tried in Haw esville at a special term of the Hancock Circuit Court called to convene atI Hawesville on Monday November 9th on the various charges connecting them with having wrecked theOwesboro Savings Bank Trust Co This decis ion or change of venue was reached by special judge John S Kelly of Bard stone Ky at Owensboro Monday afternoon Defendants desired a change of venue which would carry the case out side of the Cth Judicial District but this part of the motion was overruled and while the vniue was granted it remains for these now famous prisoners to to tried in the circuit where the offenses are alleged to have been committed The regular term of the Hancock Circuit court will convene at Hawes ville in December but as this term lasted but six days it was thought necessary to provide a special term in advance of the date in order to give ample time for the trials There are four indictments against James H Parrish one against J Otis Parrish and one against I N Parrish These indictments are salty in their charges and have attracted the attent ion of the reading public generally Judge Kelly whom Gov Willson appoin nted to especially try these cases after the defendants had sworn the regular Judge T F Birkhead off the bench will be the trial judge All the records in the cases as soon as they are made out will be transferred fronrtho Davies Circuit court to the Hancock Circuit court Commonwealths Attorney Ben D Ringo County Attorney Finn of Davies county and county Attorney Higdon of Hancock county will look after the prosecution of the cases while a bril liant array of Owensboro attorneys probably supplemented by local mem bers of the Hawosville bar will con duct the defense The trial will attract wide attention and much interest will center on lIaw esville during the time it is in progress Hancock Clarion ONE HUNDRED TEACHERS ATTEND- County i Institute Has Splendid Meeting at the Burg Last Week i DR JOHN WILLIS PRESENT Hardinsburg Sept 14 Special The County Institute of public school teachers held its annual session of five days in the circuit court room last week with an enrollment of something over 100 teachers Dr John C Willis of the University was the chief instructor Miss Mary C primaryinstructor elected secretary Much interest was manifiest and the closest attention met each lecture Dr Willis addresses covered a wide range speciallyhelpfultion and Tuburculosis Such teaching as he gives will go far toward lessening the ravages of these dreaded diseasesThe Wednesday night lecture on Representative Men was replete with anecdote story fact illustration moral and inspiration The religion of Lee and Lincoln the friendship of Grant and Buckner the double life of Robert Ingersoll and his last words to lie devoted Cnristian wife refreshingly helpful in understanding the real livestoof these men so well known to history Miss Goldsboros plain practical talks on primary teaching made every list nor think I can do that sort of teaching for its the sort that any school can reach- Altogether it was one of the most successful meetings the teachers of Breckenridge county have ever held Following are the resolutions We the teachers of Mreckenridg hereby toallatux ceas of this Institute thetartoflaws al conditions in our Rtateaml1 ask the next General Assembly to perfect these laws wherein they may he found deficientThat ofthisBoardOfaHighing it will redound to the best educa tional interests of all the purple and especially to the teachers and rising generationThat will heartily cooperate with the County Superintendent in establishing a uniform Course of Stu dy in the rural school as authorized by the State Board of Education That we pledge ourselves to make every effort to attend the Fourth Con gressional Teachers Association which meets at Munfordsville Oct 10 17 That we during our present School term prepare work to be exhibited at our County Fair next year That we favor extension of school term and increase of salaries That we appreciate the work of the instructors and thank Mr R S Eu bank for his address explaining the new school law Edwin Wroe D B Allen Cora B McCoy D C Walls New Improvement Messrs Will Pate and Marion Weath erholt are having handsome iron fences erected at their homos on river front The work is being done by the Clover port foundry Insurance Business Fred May who for many years has conducted a firstclass meat market has sold out to Peyton Scott to give all his time to insurance business Mr Scott will also run a grocery store Accepts Position Orville Perkins who has been with Severs Drug Co for several years has gone to Louisville where ho has actcepted a position in the stock department of the Geo A Newman DrugrCo Mr Perkins is another one of the boys who has made good in the drug business here and his many friends hope that he will be successful in his new position I lEb11CableCoPyrl ht 1906 by Dodd Mead cm Company O O O OO O O L17 I 11 iii CHAPTER VIII BY HIGBY and Gray don Buuneuier were bos oui friends in Chicago DOthey had been classmates at Yale It had been a question of money with Bobby from the beginning According to his own admission his money was a source of great annoyance to him I He was not out of debt but once and then before he fully realized It So un i usual was the condition that he could not sleep The first thing he did In the morning was to borrow right and loft for fear another attack of insomnia might interfere with his training for the football eleven Robertson Hay Rigby immortalized as Bobby had gone in for athletics where he learned to think and act quickly Ho was called one of the lightest but headiest quarterbacks in the east Nu gridiron idol ever escaped his Jimmy or Toppy or Pop or ti Johnny When finally ho hung outII Ida shingle in Chicago Robertson Rlfby Attorney at Lawho lost IllsII identity eveu among his classmates It was weeks before the fact becamo gon i orally known that it was Bobby who waited for clients behind the deceptive shingle The indulgent Hunt who had supplied him with funds In college was rich in I bUildIIDpI tvas her man of affairs When in for business the old push ofwontII football field did not desert him was very much alive and very vigor I ous and it did not take him long learn the signals toII With his aunts unfaltering ity his own ready wit and unbridled versatility he was not long In estab h along himself safely in his profession and in society Everybody liked him though no one took him seriously ex copt when they came to transact busl nass with him Then the wlttlnoss of I 11l10SSI The day after the Cable dinner Bobby yawned and stretched through his morning until He had slept but little the night before and all on account of li certain or rather uncertain Miss Clegs That petite and aggravating young woman had been especially exasperating at the Cable dinner Mr lllgby superbly confident of his standing with her encountered difficulties which put him very much out of temper For the first time there was an apparent rift in her constancy Never before had she shown such signs of fluctuating lie could not understand itIn fact he dared not understand It She was a most annoying young per Ion said Mr ltIgby to himself wrathfully more than once after he went to veil that night Anyhow he could not Me what there was about Howard Medford for any girl to countenance much less to admire Mr Medford cer- taInly had ruined the Cable dinner par ty for Mr Rlgby and ho was full of resentment Miss Konllng called Mr RIgby for tho third time may I Interrupt your conversation with Mr Deever long enough to ask a question that has been on iny mind for twenty minutes Mr Deevcr was the raw young gen tleman who read law in the ofilce of Judge Smith next door Bobby maintained that If he read law at all It was e at night for he was too busy with other occupations luring the day I I Miss Kottting startled turned round nbout pronjptly Yes sir at last I came from the pert young woman near tho window I guess Ill bo going said Mr DQe ver resentfully rising slowly from the side of her desk on which he had boon loungingWalt a minute Eddie protested Miss Keating Whats your hurry And then she almost snapped out What Is It Mr Rlgby I merely wanted to ask If you have sufficient time to let me dictate a few short letters that ought to go out to day said Bobby sarcastically And Ulan added with mock apology Dont move Mr Deeper If youre not In Miss Keatlngs way youre certainly not in mine A great jollier that young woman was heard to comment admiringly You may wake up some morning to find that Im not said Bobby soberly Whereupon Miss Keating rose and strode to the other end of the room and took her place beside Bobbys desk Bobby dictated half a dozen Inconse quential letters before coming to the one which troubled him most For many minutes he stared reflectively at the typewritten message from New York Miss Keating frowned severely and tapped her little foot somewhat Impatiently on the floor But Bobby would not be hurried His reflections wore too serious This letter from New York had come with a force suf ficient to drive out oven the indignant thoughts concerning one Miss Clegg ITor the life of him Bobby IVgby could jj 1 na+ t not immediately frame a reply to tut startling missive Eddie Deever stirred restlessly on the window ledge Dont hurry Eddie called Miss Keating distinctly uninsinuatingly Oh I guess Ill be going he called back beginning to roll a cigarette 1 I have some reading to do today Mr Deever was tall awkward and homely and a lot of other things that would have discouraged a less self satisfied ladys man Judge Smith said he was hopeless but that he might do bet tor after he was twentyone What are you reading now Eddie asked Miss Keating complacently ey- Ing Mr Rlgby Rallies Law you idiot said Eddie scorn fully going out of the door Oh Well the law Is never in a hurry dont you know Its like jus tice the slowost thing In town I she called after him as his footsteps died away Ready said Bobby resolutely Take this please Ami slowly and carefully he proceeded to dictate Mr Denis Iiarbert New York Dear Denis I cannot tell you how much your letter surprised me What you say seems preposterous There must be a mistake It cannot be this man I know him quite well and he seems as straight as a string and a gentleman too His son you know as well as I There isnt a better fellow In the world Mr B has a fairly good business here Ills transactions open and ahoveboard Im suro 1 have never heard a word said against him or his methods You are mistaken thats all there Is about It You might Investigate a little further and assuring yourself do all In your power to check such stories as you re late Of course Ill do as you suggest but Im postlve I can find nothing dis creditable In his dealings here Keep ins posted on everything As ever yoursMiss Koiitlugs anxiety was aroused After a very long silence she took the reins Into her own hands Is Mr Briggs in trouble she asked at a von ture Mr Briggs was the only client liegllnIby relighting his pipe for time Why our Mr Briggs answered Miss Keating curtly Jm sure I dont know Miss I eat latolyIto him In that letter she wild suucinctly 1Ob dear me no another party al together Miss Keating Isnt the typewriter in working order this morn ing he asked eying her machine in nocently She sniffed and started tc reply but thought better of it Then site began pounding the keys briskly It works like a charrV she shot back genially The letter that caused Bobby such perturbationl came In the morning mail Isis friend had laid bare some of tho old stories concerning James Banse mer and cautioned him not to become Involved In transactions with the for mer New Yorker Uarberts state inonts were positive in character and he seemed to know his case thoroughly well While time chnrgos as they came to Rigby were general Harbert had said that he was quite ready to bo specific All day long the letter hung like a cloud over young Mr Rlgby Ho was to have lunched with Graydon and was much relieved when young Bausemer telephoned that he could not Join him Rlgby found himself in a very uncom fortable position If the stories from New York were true even though he knew none of the Inside facts Gray dons father was pretty much of a scalawag to say the least lIe was not well acquainted with the lawyer but he now recalled that he never had liked the man Bausemer had impressed him from the beginning as heartless designing utterly unlike his clean hearted son Bobby loved Gra don Bansemer In the way that one man loves a true friend lie was certain that the son knew nothing of those shady transac tions If they really existed as Harbert painted them but nn exposure of the father would be a blow from which he could not recover It came at last to Rlgby that ho was not the only one in Chicago who hold tho secret Other members of tho bar had been warned long before the news came to him and it was morally cer tale that If the facts were as bad as Intimated tho police also were In pos session of them At the same time Rlgby felt a cer win moral responsibility Involving him self Bausemer nt any time might ap ply his methods to people who were near and lIar to him The new Inti macy with the Cables came to Bobbys mind And then there wore Clegg Groll tho Semesons and others who might easily fall into the snare if James Bansemer set it for them Appreciating his responsibility In the matter now that he was prepared to hear the worst of James Bansemer Rlgbys heart stood almost still It meant that some day he might have to expose Graydon Bansemcrs father It meant that he might have to cruelly hurt his friend It meant that ho might lose a friendship that had been one of his best treasures since the good old college days Tho mere fact that he would ho compelled to watch and mistrust James Bansemer seemed oveni r444404b0 0 07- 3Yy George Barr McCidcheon Author of Beverly of Graustark Etc 04444b44 though the son should not become aware of the sltriatlon Later In the afternoon Bobby went guiltily Into a telegraph ofllcc and sent away n carefully worded dispatch Th answer came to him at the club that evening while he was playing billiards with young Bnnsomcr who even then was eager to be off to keep the promised appointment with pretty Miss Cable The telegram which he opened while Graydon Impatiently chalked his cue and waited for him to play was brief and convincing It read Watch him by all means Ho is not safe My word for It Thoro is no mis take CHAPTER IX little room off the li was Janes don flIE father had a better for it He called her web but only in secret conference Gray1on Ban semer lounged there In blissful con templation of a roseate fate all the more enjoyable because his very ease was the counterpoise of doubt and uncertainty No word of love had passedI between the mistress of the web and her loyal victim But eyes and bloooII had translated the mysterious voice less language of the heart into the simplest of sentences They loved and they knew it After leaving HIgby at the club Gray don drove to the north slde thrilled to the marrow with the prophecies of the night Ills heart was in that little room off the library and had been there for months It was the abode of his thoughts The stars out above the cold glittering lake danced merrily for him as he whirled up the Drive The white carpet of February crinkled and creaked with the chill of the air but his heart was hot and safe and sure lie know that she knew what he was com ing for that night the first kiss 1 Janoa face was warm her eyes had the tender glow of joy expectant her 4 voice was soft with the promise of coming surrender Their hands met I and clasped as she stood to welcome him In the red seductive dimness of 1 the little throneroom His tall frame j quivered his lean powerful young face betrayed the hunger of his heart I his voice turned husky It was not as he had planned Her beautyher more presence swept him past the prelimi nary fears and doubts Ills handclasp I tightened and his face drew resistless ly to hers Thon their hands went sud denly coldlYou know you he murmuredYes answered after a moment Ir I softly securely He crushed her In his strong arms All the world seemed toII have closed In about her Her eyes suffused with happiness looked sweet ly into his until she closed them with the coming of the first kiss I love youoh I love you she whispered- I worship you Jane he responded I have always worshiped your It was all so natural so normal The love that had been silent from the first had spoken that was allhind put into words its untold story Jane I nm the proudest being in the world he said neither knew how long afterward for neither thought of time They were sitting on time couch In the corner their turbulent hearts at rest To think after all that such a beautiful being as you can be mine forever Its why Its inconceivable You wore sure of me all the time Graydon she remonstrated I tried to hide It but I couldnt You must have thought me a perfect fool all these months You are very much mistaken if you please You did hide It so successfully at times that I was sick with uncer taintyWell Its all over now she smiled And he slgrad with a great relief All over but the the wedding he saidOh thats a long way off Lets not worry over that Graydon I A long way off Nonsense I wont waitWont WontI have said cant Lets see This Is February Match dearest Graydon you are so much younger than I thought A girl simply cannot be hurried through aun engagement Next winter Next what Thats nearly a year lane Its absurd Im ready- I know Its mighty noblo of you too But I just cant dearest No one ever docs Dontdont you think Im prepared to take care of you l ho said straightening I up1l bit 4 Y She looiccn nt ma strungngureann Into his earnest eyes and laughed so adorably thnt his resentment was only passing I cant give you a home like this he explained But you know Ill give you the best I have all my life You can t help succeeding Gray lon she said earnestly Every ono I says that of you Im not afraid Im not thinking of that It isnt the house I taro for Its the home You must let me choose the day I suppose its customary he said at last June is the month for brides let me remind you Before you came this evening I hud decided on January next but now I am willing to Oh you decided before I came eh laughingly unblushinglyeJust as you had decided on the early spring But listen dear I am willing to say September of this year One two three seven months They seem like years Jane You wont say June Please please let me have some of the perquisites she pleaded It hasnt seemed nt all like a proposal Ive really been cheated of that you must remember dear Let me say at least as they all do that Ill give you an answer IP three days Granted Ill admit it wasnt the sort of proposal one reads about in novels But it was precisely as they are In real life Im sure No one has a stere otyped proposal any more The men always take it for granted and begin planning things before a girl can say no Ah I see It has happened to you he said jealous at once Well isnt that the way men do nowadays she demanded A fellow has to feel reasonably sure I dare say before he takes a chance No one wants to be refused you know he admitted Oh by the way I brought thlsrthls ring up with me Jane You darling she cried asjhc ring slipped down over her finger And then for the next hour they planned and the future seemed a thousandfold brighter than the present glorious as it was You cant help succeeding she repeated the same as your father has Isnt he wonderful Oh Graydon Im so proud of yoU she cried enthusi asticallyI never be the moan that the governor is said Graydon loyally I couldnt be as big as father if I lived to be 12G Hes the best ever Hes done everything for me Jane the son went on warmly Why ho oven left dear old New York and came to Chi cago for mj sake dear Its the place for a young man he says and he gave up n great practice so thatwe might be here together Of course he could succeed anywhere Wasnt It bully of him to come to Chicago justjust for meYes Oh If youll only he as good looking as he Is when you arc fifty five she said so plaintively that ho laughed aloud Youll probably b very fat and very bald by that time And very healthy If that can make it seam more horrible to you he added For some time he sat pondering while she stared reflectively Into the fire opposite Then squaring his shoul ders as if preparing for a trying task he announced firmly l suppose Id just as well see your father tonight dearest He likes me Im sure and I dont think hell refuse to let me have you Do you My dads just as fair as yours Gray she said with n smile Hes upstairs in his den Ill go to mother I know shell be happyoh so happy T Banscmcr found David Cable in his upstairs his smoking and thInk- Ing room as he called it Come in Grnydon Dont stop to knock How are you Cigarette Take n cigar then Bad night outside isnt itZ is It L lmclatrernotlccd said f tIEpilepsy Fits Convulsions or Spasms and St Vitus Dance are Nervous Diseases Most cases can be cured by strengthening and build systemTocine is needed Dr Miles Nervine will be found efficacious and satisfac tory It has cured many cases of these diseases and we believe it will cure you We can give you names of many who have been cured through its use Write for advice- My son John had epilepsy for years and after having him treated by specialists for over 2 years ho stilt continued to have spells I had al most given up In but know Ing tho virtue of DrMilos AntiPain Tills for sick headache I concluded to try the Nervine During June 1906 1 ravo him a teaspoonful three times a day then In July I gave it as directed and I could see that he was improving- and ho has not had a spell slnco August 28 1906 and has taken no medicine since Jan07 I am writing the case just as It is hoping it will Induce others to try it- w R ALLISON Mooresvllle N C Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind r lDrCDIAPfSlPIR YERR ROOFING 4 4 If you average tho cost price of JM ASBESTOS ROOFING over the period of years it is in service you will see that JMfI iis cheaper to use than any other prepared roofing Being made o1 Asbestos an indestructible mineral it is permanently durably and as it docs not require any coating or painting its first cost is the only cost Easily applied by anyone ASBESTOSIDE is an Asbestos Sheathing and is tho most eco nomical durable and easily applied siding known ABle for samples and prices H W oin anvil a Company 217231J Clnybourn St Milwaukee WIs rJooiJ 6VOjOyj 4IT tiiDrshlo you rand Grny36n dropping Into a chair and nervously nipping the end from n cigar HaVe you been 1owntown7 Yes Just got In a few minutes ago The road expects to do a lot of work west his year and Ive been talking with the ways and means gentlemen a polite and parliamentary way to putt it suppose well all be congratulating you after the annual election Mr Ca ble Oh thats just talk iny boy Wino mann Is the logical man for president But where Is Jane Shes ah downstairs I think said the tall young man puffing vigorously I came nporto see you about Jane Mr Cable I have asked her to be my wife sir For n full minute the keen eyes of the older man sharpened by strife and experience looked straight Into till earnest gray eyes of the young man who now stood across the room with Ills hand on the mantelpiece Cables cigar was held poised in his fingers half way to his lips Ginydon Ban Bomcr felt that the man aged n year in that brief moment You know Graydon 1 love Jane myself said Cable at last arising slowly Ills voice shook I know Mr Cable She Is everything to you And yet I have come to ask you to give her to me It Isnt that I have not suspected aye known what the outcome would be said the other mechanically She will marry I know It Is right that she should It is right that she should marry you my boy You you do love her He asked the question almost fiercelyWith all my soul Mr Cable She loves me I dont know how to con vince you that my whole life will be given to her happiness I am sure I can I know Its all right my boy It it costs a good deal to let her go but i Id rather give her to you than to any man Ive ever known I believe in youThank you Mr Cable said Gray don Bansemer Two strong hands clasped each other and there was no mistaking the Integrity of the grasp But this is a matter In which Janes mother Is far more deeply concerned than I added the older man She likes you my boy I know that to be true but we must both abide by her wishes If she has not retired Jane is with her Mr Cable She knows by this time She Incoming Mrs Cables light footsteps were heard crossing tho hall and an Instant later Bansemcr was holding open the den door for her to enter He had a fleeting glimpse of Jane as that tall young woman turned down tho stairway Frances Cables face was white and drawn and her eyes were wet Her husband started forward as she extended her hand to him He clasped them in his own and looked down into her face with the deepest tenderness and wistfulness in his own Her body swayed suddenly and his expression changed to one of surprise and alarm Dontdont mind dear he said hoarsely It had to come Sit down do There Good Lord Frances If you cry now IllIll go all to smash I Ho sat down abruptly on tho arm of tho big leather chair into which she had sunk limply Something seemed to choke him and his fingers went DjBzcoufilxu ta his collar roe them Jc Elbod flit straight strong figure of the man who was to have Jane forever Neither of themnor Janeknew what Frances Cable had suffered dur ing the last hour She accidentally had heard the words which passed between the lovers in the den downstairs Shdlj was prepared when Jane came to her with the news Inter on but that prep aration had cost her more than any of them ever could know Lying back in a chair after she had almost crept to her room she stared white faced and frightened at the ceil- Ing until it became peopled with her wretched thoughts All along shb had seen what was coming The end was inevitable Love ns it grew for them had known no regard for her misery She could not have prevented its growth she could not now frustrate its culmination and yet as she sat there and stared into the past and the future she knew that it was left for her to drink of the cup which they were fill ing the cup of their joy and of her bitternessFear exposure at the hand of Grn don Bansomers father had kept her purposely blind to the inevitable Her womans Intuition long since had convinced her that Graydon was not like his father She knew him to be honorable noble fair and worthy Long and often had she wondered at James Bansemcrs design in permitting his son to go to the extreme point in relation with Jane As she sat there and suffered it came to her that the man perhaps had a purpose after all an unfathomable selfish design which none could forestall She knew him for all that he was In that knowledge she tell u slight timid sense of power He stood for honor so far as his son was concerned In fair play she could ex rButinto insignificance with the one great terror what would James Bansemer Ito in the end7 What would he do at the last minute to prevent the mar riage of his son and this child of unV known parentage What was to be ills tribute to the final scene In the drama 7 She knew that he was tightening his obnoxious coils about her till the time Even now she could feel his hand upon her arm could hear his sibilant whis per Now she found herself face to 1 face with the crisis of all these years Her only hope lay In the thought that neither could afford the scandal of an open declaration Bansemer was mer ciless and he was no fool Knowing Graydon to be the son of a scoundrel she could under ordinary circumstances have forbidden her daughter to marry him In this In stance she could not say him nay The venom of James Bansemer In that event would have no measure of pity In her heart she prayed that death might come to her aid In the destruc ton of James Bansemer It was not until she heard Graydon coming up the stairs that the solution flashed Into her brain If Jane became the wife of this cherished son James Bansemers power was gone His lips would be sealed forever She laughed aloud in the frenzy of hope She laughed to think what n fool she would have been to forbid the marriage The marriage Her salvation Jane found her almost hysterical trembling IIkfLv a leaf She was obliged to confess that she had heard part of their conversation below In order to account for her manner When Jane confided to her that she had promised to marry Graydon In Septemberor June she urged her to avoid a long engagement She could say no more than that Now she sat limp before the two men a wan smile straying from one to the other exhausted by her sup pressed emotions Suddenly without a word she held out her hand to Gray don In her deepest soul she loved this manly strong hearted young fel low She knew after nil he was wor thy of the best woman in tlffc land You know cried Graydon clasp lug her hand his eyes glistening Jane has told you 7 And you you think mo worthyYes Graydonyou are worthy She looked long into his eyes search ing for a trace of the malevolence that glowed In those of his father They were fair and honest and sweet and she smiled to herself She wondered what his mother had been like Then I may have her he cried She looked up at her husband and ho nodded his head Our little girl he murmured It all came back to her like a flash Her deception her imposition her years of stealth and she shuddered Her hand trembled and her eyes grew wide witkiranujmancft J1t timr turned again uooli Continued on Page Seven l ly 4 r I 1 SURfACING Of ROADS An Excellent Foundation Is a Prime Necessity MUST BE FREE FROM WATER Provision Should Be Made For Thor ough DrainageHow to Roll the FoundationMaterials to Use For Surfacing Rural Highways Before a finishing surface of any material is applied to u road all the preliminary work should be complet ed The road should have been grad ed drains provided and the road made safe by proper guard rails With all this done the dirt road Is a founda tion for the different materials that may be put upon it For country roads there need be considered only pavements that are put on In small fragments The mar terials most commonly used are gravel and broken stone Oyster shells and slag from iron furnaces are oftentimes employed in localities where these ma terials are at hand while under cer t tain conditions when no other ma feterials could be obtained burnt clay has proved serviceable The object of n pavement is to furnish a wearing surface for the road and a protection for the foundation from water and con sequent softening It Is in reality a roofWhen dry all but tho very sandy soils are firm enough to support the weight of wagons of all kinds but when wet little support is furnished It is well known that sand when confined will stand any pressure that canII be put upon It Thus if a sandy road bed is covered with a surfacing ma terial which will hold the sand In place an excellent foundation Is obtained While a surfacing material Is designed to take the wear it is the foundation that must resist the pressure and any road which Is constructed without giv- Ing due attention to the foundation is wrong from the start and never will be a good road until the defect is rem 1edted To prepare a natural roadbed for surfacing material it is necessary to bring it to a proper grade and to conform its cross section with that of the finished surfacethat is no sur facing should be put upon a roadbedII I which Is flat or as Is I case lower in the middle than at the sides In such instances the proper shape should be given to the roadbed by filling in with such material as is necessary and then rolling the whole until it becomes firm and unyielding During the course of construction of 1K roadbed If there are places that t have a wet springy subsoil they must be drained and every precautlon taken l to make the foundation of the roads dry The pavement will keep water Yom going through from the ton but lftwlll not keep water from percolating Into the foundation from springs at tho sides or underneath Therefore I where there Js danger of water get e tins to the foundation from the sides i eitheriby side drains or by drains directly un derneath the road Itself Where the soil is too light gravelly or sandy earth should be carted In to take its place With the roadbed brought up to grade and provision made for thor ough drainage it is then compacted by rolling either by horse or steam power In the rolling of the foundation perhaps quite as good results can be ob talhed with a horse roller as with a steam roller and in some loose soils much less difficulty will be experienced although more rolling will be required to compact the earth as firmly as by the heavier steam roller This Is a part of the work that Is too often slighted and is the cause of depres sions subsequently appearing In the finished road The rolling of the foun dation will bring out tho weaker places where there will be a settling The depressions should be filled and brought to an even surface with grav el If It is at hand It Is cheaper to even up depressions by rolling the foundation than by attempting to MpHooth the finished surface with addi tional broken stone When the founda Lion has been rolled and all unevenness has disappeared It Is then ready to re ceive the surfacing f It oftentimes happens when grading a particular piece of road preparatory to surfacing It with broken stone that It Is necessary to do considerable heavy filling In such Instances it may be advisable to delay the laying of macadam for some time In order to give the embankments time to settle for It is impossible to construct an embankment of earth more than a few feet In height without having subse quent settlement If this settling took place evenly all along the embankment no particular harm would be done to the surfacing laid upon It but owing to the difference In the soils composing embankments and also the way the earth Is dumped there Is always a tendency for some parts to settle more than others If there arise circumstances making It Impracticable to wait for the embankment t to season every precau tion should be taken In Its formation a to guard against uneven settling This can be done by spreading the earth in successive layers of about n foot in thickness which are rolled or tamped as solid as possible Another advan tage In delaying the surfacing of a newly graded road is that a chapce is r f dj5yen to observe the action under frost a soft certain sections and so provide ad ditional UBdenlrain which If omitted might haYBcauaedttailure in that t portion of tile macadam II I WOODEN BEDS AGAIN Drass Bedsteads Dont Fit Into Present Artistic Schemes The brass and Iron bedstead has fin ished its long reign and wooden beds ore with us again and the art dec orators rejoice Fur many years tur fishers have lamented that it was Im possible to make a brass bedstead fit Into every scheme of style and color It went all right with chintz hangings m LOUIS XV STYLE and fat upholstered chairs but ina Louis XVI or XV room it was awk ward and it looked peculiar to say the least in an empire sleeping room Of late the manufacturers have been malting brass and iron beds In French styles One could have a bedstead of gleaming rails whose slender propor tions and straight lines bowknot and wreath ornaments harmonized with ones Louis chairs and tables almost as well as a bedstead of white and gold tflit the mission craze and the mahogany revival have set the seal of approval one more upon the wooden bedstead and as its modern version has springs framed in hard wood It Is considered quite as sanitary as one of metalSome of the low mission beds with foot and head boards of flat rails of the same height are delightfully quaint These are stained gray brown or green to match the woodwork of the room One original woman ha black oak In her lettuce green room and the effect Is stunning Mission bedsteads for children usually have a mttn or a line from a pray r I CHAltLBS II PE11IOD I er or a nursery song painted In white I and red letters on the flat head rail The Louis XV bed shown Is of Cir cassian walnut In soft creamy brown The carved ornaments are touched with dull gilt and the head and foot pieces are of gilded cane The other bedstead is a modern ver sion of the style of beds the artistic I f Stuarts of Charles IIs time liked to I I sleep In This Is made of what Is I now known as late Stuart walnut with I fluted posts and panels of fancy cane ItareIIt f ments or merely painted with gray or pale hued flowers Curing Nervous dyspepsia The doctor had told her she had no organic trouble and the cure rested with herself She had doctored and drugged for years so learning this good news she determined to try a new plan Here is what she did She cut out all medicine She stopped dietingthat Is she test ed things till she found those that agreed with her and ate of them freelyShe ate slowly laughing and talking much In the process She gave up violent physical exer else but took a brisk walk each day She took a cold sponge each morn Ing going back to bed for five minutes afterward before beginning to dress She gave herself massage of the ab dominal chest and throat muscles for i five minutes morning and evening She stopped overstraining her mind When her head or eyes began to feel tired she rested them She neglected to worry and cutlvated her amusing friends t In a month she was well- Geographical Little things frequently illustrate the English view of American geography very picturesquely An Englishman load taken the Pacific express at Phila delphia and feeling tire had retired to his berth Just before he fell asleep he happened to remember that he had forgotten something so he put his head out between the curtains and called Portah Portahl The porter came 0 What is it sir he said I Please wake me when we get to San Franclsco you know = Phlladel phla Public Ledger A Song of Worry Whats tho use to sit an worry It you lose who thought to win Kick tho worry out tho window Let the Irvin sunshine In Time aint sighln Hes aflyln l Worry In Is halt a sinsWhats tho use to work for worry Aint there any hope in sight Kick tho worry out tho window In the blizzard an the night Time dont worry Too much hurry Swifter than an eagles flight Whats the use There aint a reason nor a shudder of a rhyme When the wort rolls on in music an the leeplnfUmerIme y Rea aflyiaA 4 JAR youre on the wings of Time l n I ISOME SUMMER WORK Three Piece Set to Modernize an Old I The three piece Waist collar and cuff set pictured Is particularly satisfactory I when finished It Is well adapted to II linen and will be found serviceable to I modernize old waists or it may be done In silk It comes over the shoul ders back and front The back forms three points which do not require tas sels but the three tassels each side in front odd greatly to the appearance To make it cut the collrr and cuffs A TUltBU PIECE SIT baste in a half Inch hem all the way around and secure It by two rows of largo French knots Lightly mark with a tracing wheel a scroll brier stitch it and outline it the scroll with a row of knots inside and outside Carry the design across the back hay ing it meet In the middle and not go straight across The cuffs are made the same except the points should just come together and be held in place with gold pins Tassels of cotton or silk may be pur chased for a few cents each or be made at home If so preferred I FEMININE BOSSES Both Mrs Taft and Mrs Bryan Run the BillsIIts 10 oclock you must go to bed said Mrs William II Taft with firm finality to her husband the Republican candidate for president recently at Hot Springs Va But I am paying for this air this scenery protested Mr Taft as he set tled himself more comfortably than ever in his chair on the hotel piazza Nevertheless Mr Taft In five min utes was on his way to his room and next morning fresh and Invigorated by the nine hours sleep he had been made to take was ready for another day of lively candidacy Mrs Taft should her husband beI elected will be the most progressive theIIs a highly educated woman and whenever Mr Taft is in doubt as to a quotation or reference he has only to turn to his wife to secure It In stature Mrs Taft is above the medium height Her figure is un usually good and she has the appear ance of a woman in perfect health She wears her hair which is of a soft lowIguiltlesslOtusually n simple shirt waist suit One of the most potent though silent forces In the presidential election campaign will be Mary Balrd Bryan wife of the Democratic nominee During both Bryans previous cam pal ns Mrs Bryan exercised an Influence to which her masterful husband has never been impervious and already her power is being felt by those around the leader The forces which have developed Mr Bryan from the boy orator of 1890 into the experienced man of affairs writer globe trotter and organizer of the present day have also been at work on his wife Her tactful presence Is felt interposing between her husband and any needless anxiety or annoyance The editor of the Commoner is uni versally accessible to any one who presents himself at Fairview Mr Bry ans Lincoln home But of the floods of visitors to the candidate the unim portant long winded nuisances find themselves cordially invited out to the porch or the lawn to Join Mrs Bryan In a glass of something cool and refreshing and the candidate Is treed to attend to more urgent interests Our Voices The typical American voice even the fabulous fortunes of our visiting heiresses cannot gild to molten golden notes the voice of their possessors The English forgive us allpickles soap beer and beefall but our voices They shudder openlyI and berate in pri Late We take a bit more Interest in what they think and say of us than wo do in the opinions of others We are gradually getting in such close touch with them in high places we are so gently but definitely build Ing bits of republicanism Into their structure by the peaceful conquest of the cradle rocking process that we feel Interested in theta When the cradle rockers shall have reached place and power we would vastly prefer that the voice that consoles them for the dwindling limits flans of class and inspires them to n realization of mass should be one that leaves nothing to be desired In the way of Its quality force pitch and time For ourselves we do not crave voices like the English for all their present to our own We want still to have a distinctly American voice but we desire that It be like the other things that make us what we areworthy effective power ful and attractive The present voice is an abuse rather than a use of naturally good qualities It classes In with a number of things- that seemrtQba American but ate really ndevelo ed pr p em ed rma K whet will erentually b traifhtened tflt PLANK DITCH CLEANER Method of Construction and How to Use It The ditcher or ditch cleaner Is a con venient device for clearing ditches and thus keeping a road In good condition It consists of a guide plank 2 IndIes by 12 Inches by 12 feet and a moldboard 2 Itches by Ill Inchon by 8 feet These are brnccd with a crossple three feet lung as shown In the plan The mold LoI J i 1 8e 4IfcAN OF 1LASK DITCH CLEANER board should be shod with an iron plate onequarter InHi by 4 Itches by K feet hold In positionI with three eighths melt bolts countersunk The cross brace should be hollowed three Inches on each side at the middle the hollowlug to begin not less than four Indies from each end In order that Its hearing against the guide and mold board planks shall not be shortened nor the nailing space Hecrcascd This Is done to prevent earth from heaping up In front of the brace A light platform Is needed to make the use of the ditcher safeThe ditch Is made as shown In the Illustration of the plan the short side of the chain being about two feet three Inches in length and the long side eight feet three inches The chain is made to pass over the moldboard so that It may clear itself more readily Two or three horses according to the difficulty of the particular condition are necessary to clear a ditch To secure tthe best service from the ditcher a weight of about 200 pounds llIllIhave the ditcher maintain a smooth even surface on the bottom of the ditch There Is then no obstruction to the flow of water This requires that soft muddy holes be passed over light ly and hard high places be reduced This result is obtained if the driver shifts his weight forward or backward as a high point or a mudhole is ap proached If the driver shifts his weight forward the point of the ditcher Is driven Into the ground If he moves back the pressure on the for ward end is relieved and the pull on the chain tends to raise it Besides clearing the ditch the ditcher assists In preserving the slope from the side of the road to the bottom of the ditch This keeps the road safe from possible accident to traffic from ditches with too abrupt slopes ROAD EXPERIMENT OH Containing Asphalt to Be Used With Sand at Cape Cod The Massachusetts highway commission is to conduct an interesting ex periment in road building on Cape Cod where there Is no stone to speak of A heavy grade of Texas crude oil containing a large percentage of as phalt will be used with the sand The sand road will first be shaped with a road machine and heated oil will be spread over the surface A second lot of oil will be sprinkled on when the first coat has been on for two weeks The surface will then be cut up with a disk harrow so as to mix the sand and oil to a depth of four inches After this has been done the road will be rolled and the surface sprinkled with a thin layer of sand to absorb the sur face oil A little work of this sort was done under the highway commissions supervision about two years ago which has resulted satisfactorily Importance of Good Roads The Gaffney S C Ledger gives the following fact and comment which af ford a practical argument on the sub ject of highway Improvement in a nutshellSome Cherokee county land sold the other day at public outcry and brought from 1G to 3750 per acre This land was twelve miles from the county seat at that If we had macadam roads this same land would have brought 50 to 100 per acre Half a million dollars spent in building good roads In Cherokee would mean an Increase of a million dollars In the value of our farm lands alone Will people never awake to their own Interests and be gin doing something for themselves or will they continue to abide In the mud Good Roads Movement Progressing Postolfice department officials are enthusiastic over the movement In some of the larger states of the Union for the Improvement of the highways and it Is claimed that the liberal ap propriations for the rural free delivery service have stimulated this move ment From information being re ceived at the department it Is believed by the officials that highway Improvement will be stimulated in all the more thickly settled states as rapidly as tho rural delivery is extended and one or the conditions for establishing a new route is that the roads must be in good condition It is claimed also that the service is enhancing greatly the value of farm property A Burglar In Town his name is bad cough He doesnt care for gold or silver but he will steal your health away If he appears In your housearrest him at once with Ballards Horehound Syrup It may mean con sumption if you dont A cure for alll coughs colds and chest troubles It it t Price 25c50c andfl100 per bottle Sold by A R FIsher KITCHEN WRINKLES A Few New Recipes For the Home Cookbook Dainty Ribbon Sandwiches Cut the trust from a loaf of white and of brown bread leaving them as near of a size as possible Cut three slices one half much thick from each loaf Spread with butter peanut butter Jelly or cream cheese according to the function they ore to be used for Put the six slices together in alternate layers and press firmlyI Trim the edges of the cube evenly then with a sharp knife cut Into slices about threequarters of an Inch thick These make pretty sandwiches which can be handled daintily To Make Peanut ButterPound or grind to a powder one cupful of shelled and skinned peanuts freshly roasted Rub into this halt a cup of butter Salt to taste and work to a smooth paste for use This makes delicious sandwiches for picincs or luncheons Real Irish Crumpets Take three quarters of a cup of powdered sugar a tablespoonful of lard four cups of crumpet flour an ogg and a pint of sweet milk- Crumpet Flour Eight and three quarter pounds of flour two and a threeIquarterand n half ounces of baking powder Mix well Crumpets should be baked In Iron rlngT placed on a pan Delicious Banana ToastToast two slices of bread butter them slice ba nana lengthwise and fry in butter and lay between toast You will find this a delicious dish for breakfast Queen of Puddings Put in a double boiler one quart of milk and onehalf box of gelatin When dissolved add the yolks of tour eggs well beaten Let it come to a boll or until it curdles then add the white of the eggs with eight tablespoonfuls of sugar and one teaspoonful of vanilla Remove from the stove Immediately and pour into an oblong pan rinsed In cold water Turn on to a platter and serve with creamThis should be made the day before using and is a fine dish for Sunday dinner If made correctly the pudding will be In two layers custard and gela tin and Is to be sliced as ice cream A TRINITY BAG Useful Receptacle For Holding Odds and Ends This pretty little bag Is a very sim plo affair to make and is useful for containing the various odds and ends In the way of cottons etc one must always be provided with It is formed of wide chine ribbon about one and a half yards being re quired for a small affair The size an width however depend on ones taste and fancy and the purpose for whic the reticule Is required To make It fold over the two end evenly to form bags of equal length BAG JJVDE OF CHINE RIBBON leaving the central portion to form th third which it will be noticed is rather longer thnn tho others Sew up the sides of the ribbon bag thus formed run a narrow ribbon casing round all three making a heading for the two outer ones and run two ribbons through from each end and finish off each with a bow or tie the ends of the ribbon into a bow Elevator In Cathedral Shocking All London Is laughing at the utter ance of a young American girl that any one who had false teeth would soon lose them on a motor bus and then he wouldnt be going very fast It seems hard for the Britishers to take tht+ American point of view Time girl In question is one of a large party of young women sent abroad by an Indianapolis newspaper Thmowns mer rlment over the apt bus criticism but the British bump of veneration received a shock when another of the girls said there should be nn elevator to tho top of the dome of St Pauls vcathodral For an American even an American girl to suggest an elevator In Wrens monument was equal to deriding one of their most cherished institutions Human Nature An old maids love affairs of her youth grow big In proportion to her y carsII By the time she Is fifty she thinks she was the most popular girl In town and tries to make every othe one believe she was once beautiful and attractive A woman wonders why her next doo neighbor does not punish her child for putting his stl ky fingers on her porch chairs while she will allow her own child to Jump unmolested on her neigh burs flower beds Eyelet Work Eyelet work Is as popular as ever but this season It is found in new com blfr flans We see It associating withl outline jtitchu solid embroidery and BPpI r STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod erute prices Expert tailors employ oil J H HUNSCHE CasperMav CoCan eltonIrul rf OM IIu LV 1J H DeH J HOORMAN Attorney at Law- IIARDINSBURO KY theCourtst er Special attention given to col ectlon oath cases and criminal practice License to CurtsOIITeMDo IFI it is the surest nnd safest place you want to have your watch repaired go t- oT C LEWIS he knows how and doos as he knows He has one of the finest collections of beautiful uptodateJEWELRY all good not shoddynt tho very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Comehe is glad to welcome you and give you satisfaction T C Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Kyr lH ST l TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No11e Daily Fast Train leaves Clovorcort 507 AM stops at Irvlnctcn and West Point only arrlvnat Louisville A M No 112 tallyblailaoalxpreesleavesClo stationsdp Train No 114 Dally fast mall leaves Clo stationsheast Oloverport except arrives a10 Louisville 7 35 D m accomtulfsaatlon arrives Cloverport 810 D mL CZJ t WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Evansvllle coacmmodatlon leaves Cloverport HOOa m stops at all way stations arrives Evansville 900 u in expressleavesHtiwesvllle Lewlsport Macoo Owensboro ottsvlllo Reeds Hondereon andEvansville arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansvillo 1030 u m Stops at all statlor No llSaaily St Louis fast train leaves Olo erport 11U6 PM arrives Evansvllle 135 A N st Louis 1 40 A M stops at lJawcsvUJo Owensboro and Henderson only Chair curs on trains lit112116114 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars and free reclining chair cars on trains 115 and ilfl between Louisville Evansville arid St Louis Fordsville Branch EASTBOUND Train No 2 dally except Hunday leaves Fordsville 6 00 m jrrJVos Irvington 940 amTrain No 4 Daily except Sunday leaves Pordsvlll 330 p m arrives Irvington 530 pm Train No 0 Sunday onlY Pordbvlllo700 a m Irvlmrton VS5 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 1110 am arrives Fords vllle 955 pm 705peDoYOURCHILDRENASK 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 ft will give you true clear and definite answers not about words only but about things thosunmen machinery places stories and tho 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 wont 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 gues1ionsrabout it write itsI WEBSTCHS II PUnUCHCRSr INTERNATIONAL GC MERRIAM CO i SPRINGFIELD MASC I Sales 6000 A Year- A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc Annual sales 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man wit- hla smallcapUal to drog right into aJgood business F rfur1ieparlcu1I1rs writfe JNo n B1JJJJAGJ Cloverport Ky 11 J r k c y ri cC I f t r t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday S ibscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money laadvance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please usWhen ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now addr- essEIGHTV PAGES JI WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1908 THE SPIRIT OF SET ENTY T1V 0 years ago Speaker C- nnacTwo non replied as follows to the threats 4 Gompers and to the implied demands of Theodore loose 4 velt that he should lend his great influence to the enactment of laws setyrI will not by any act take from any citizen ho he rich or poor r union man or nonunion man farmer or mechanic shoemaker or papcrmaker doctor or lawyer any right which is given to another I will not vote for any law which will make fair for one and foul for 9ranotheri That was one of the finest utterances of the twentieth century The whole philosophy of Americanism is wrapped in it The man who uttered it was then seventy American years old The same fine American now two years older but with spirit un 9- Lr diminished and an unimpaired command straightforward English is now beginning his nineteenth campaign for election to Congress This is his platform Let us not have any misunderstanding If my constituents send me back to the House of Representatives never never never while water runs or grass grows will I vpto for a law that shall apply to one man and a different law that shall apply to another And who does not believe him lNew York Sun The Wright Brothers Aeroplane was first brought to the atten tion of the world through the columns of the Scientific American ofandthinking people everywhere to the almost prophetic value of the edi torial endorsement of the publication The invention of the tele r graph phonograph telephone and automobile the discovery of Roen tgen rays wireless telegraph and telephony and every other impor tant scientific or mechanical step in the worlds progress made during the nineteenth and twentiethcenturies was first brought to the at tention of the public in an interesting and popular manner through the columns of the Scientific American In worldwide influence prestige educational and practical value the Scientific American stands alone Let one man or any set of men or any party in this country try to fix the rate of wages all over the United States Dont you know and everybody knows except a hilarious politician that it cant beI done Could business go on 1 Can a man in Cloverport get the same willwagregulate wages Such stuff coming from a man who wants to be President of a great Nation like ours is all tomfoolery The only persons capable of determaning the rate of wages for services renIdered are the persons rendering the service and the persons infit Watch the label on your paper It will tell you when your time expires If you want it continued please renew promptly Ve stop all papers on the dot This applies to everybody rich and timeb pOOlII theII The farmer who got out his crop early is not suffering like farmer who put off to the very last moment getting his groundready I It is another instance of the early bird catching the wormIThis drouth is getting serious The crops are not only suffering for water but man and beast are suffering alsoIIQI10J JIlcI II II10J JI EI- JJ H a 0 j REMEMBER THEII LocalQ Option 0i o ElectionI- N e 3 THIS COUN- TYSATURDAY f Q September 26 0 o1 1 lDJ 0aQ-I 0iJUJill 001= Q f A r rr New Fall Dress SkirtsJ Six Distinctive ModelsEach a Sterling Value 11WIen you can suchu stylish wellmade servicable skirt at so low a price as we askdoesnt it appeal to you that I it is to your advantage to buy here Think it over I V Q 4YJ 1530 No 1667 No 1520 No 3067 Is made ot One crlsAn entirely now model made to button This handsome now tall model Is made This very stylish dress skirt Is made of trImmed with aU the way own the front made ot fine from best quality French Volle and ls the finest quality Imported black voile I INobands exactly as lllus wool serge In black navy and brown elaborately trimmed with 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B 0D f D hi i g S U B- t S REDDbDnEDEED tilE i iTu I tft Breckenridge News t WEDNESDAY SEPT 16 1908 A Reliable Remedy FO- RCATARRH ffYs EMBALM qTqFoR cot o RRy Elys Cream Balm fiYfEYE- RP absorbedGives I t It cleanses soothes t 8 heals x t and protects the diseased mem brane resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly Restores the Senses of Tasto antI Smell Full size LiquidOrEly Brothers 56 Warren Street New York PERSONAL j AND LOCAL i UScholt shoes nt Sippels Any old price at Allensuntil rains Mrs Venable is visiting in Owens boroShirt waists and skirts on sale at AllensWave Roff has gone to Pine Bluff 6 Ark d theStyMiss Irene Jarboe went to Louisville Thursday45c buy one sack of best meal Julian Brown Miss Mary Barrett has returned to Owensboro60c one sack of best flour Julian Brown Judge Wills is improving after a ten days illness Ladies and mens heavy underwear on sale at Allens Miss Martha Miller has returned from Owensboro Odd lot of heavy underwear at about half price at Allens 100 will buy 18 pounds granulated sugar at Julian Browns Mrs Ed English is visiting her moth er near FranklinTenn 15c will buy one package Arbuckle coffeeJulian Brown Buy a pair of shoes and get a chance at the watch at Allens Wallace and Vivian Pierce have been visiting their parents conIradEclipse shoes sold only by Conrad Sippel the shoe man 1 Cowheelers beat Hillbillies in toe rSunday game 8 to 7II Willis Green of SundayP I 13Mc wilt buy one pound Hammond kaeon bestmeatJupan Brown Arthur Rheinhart of Indiana is the guest of Miss Esther Jackson Heating stoves of all kinds just re ceived at Conrad Payne Cos A L BaUman and J H McGavock subscribed for the News Saturday Mrs Benton Eubanks and daughter Alice spent Sunday in Owensboro- Mr and Mrs W L Tatum and two children are visiting in Henderson Virgil Babbage was the guest of Miss Mildred Baker at Owensboro Sunday Mrs James Corderey left yesterday for Cincinnati to buy her fall millin eryIt will pay you to buy your shoes at the shoe storeConrad Sipple the shoe man- Wallace Pierce has been the guest of Misses Eunice and Edith Wheeler at Hardin Grove Ind Just received 1000 joints of the best stove pipe Cheaper than ever before tlConrad Payne Co Morrison Calhoon dentists office I downstairs 215 Fourth street both I phones Owensboro Ky t Sam Brown has returned from Louis I villfy where he took lessons in candy matong for the Home Bakery r Dr W N Casper dentist will be here Wednesday and Thursday of every week at Dr Lightfoots office Mrs Jas Cordrey has returned from Evanston 111 Mrs George Reese of Pineville was her guest last week Mrs Frank Mattingly was accompanied home from Evansville last week by her nephew Frederick McDonald- Dr J C Bush Dentist will be at Cloverport Monday and Tuesday of each week except week followirg4th Monday Miss Crenshaw of Versailles arrived Friday evening from Hardinsburg and is at the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Payne Mrs E F Payne and son Gilbert have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Sam Conrad They return to Lo Angles Cal this week Shoes shoes shoes Remember I a- in m the shoe business I will offer the Old Centennial Brogan the best shoe in the world I sold it last winter f- o105no r more no less I will sell this same shoe at the sum of lSQbeat iit boys Remember my good people that all mens and womans work shoes are 10 per cent lower this year than last If you want good shoes boots or rubbers call on me and I will save you money I do not have to put the price up on you because some one else has I failed to pay his account You know this Julian Brown 13ig Mistake If you think that HOME BAKERY is not uptodate if you think you cannot get as fine goods there as you can at some of the swellest places in Louisville A mistake if some one told you that it was not the cleanest place in Cloverport and my goods the PUREST THAT CAN BE MADE The fact is HE HAS NEVER BEEN IN MY BAKERY and has never used any of my goods or dont know what he is talking about Come and see for yourself YOU ARE WELCOME One visit will convince you that you have found the above statement to be true And you will APPRECIATE my efforts more to make the NOME BAKERY Famous by giving my cus tomers goods that cannot be DUPLI CATED I am now putting in Candy tools I am going to make candy and you must REMEMBER THAT CAN DY IS LIKE YOUR BREAD ITS BETTER WHEN ITS FRESHS Enter School The Western Kentucky State Normal of Bowling Green offers young people desiring scholarship and professional training an unexcelled opportunity to prepare for the active duties of life Write H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky for information lows This We otter One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure P J CHENEY Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transac tions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Waldlnp Kin an Murvln Wholesalo Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents pr bottle Sold by all DruggistsTake Family Pills for constipation RALLY DAY Presbyterians Have an Enjoyable Missionary Celebration Sept being set apart by the Author ties of the Presbyterians as Rally Day was observed in this city by the members of the aid Society of The Lucile memorial last Tuesday after- noOn from 2 to 5 at the home of Mr and Mrs A N Simons At the appointed hour the society was called to order by the President Mrs L T Reid after Devotional Exercises the usual program was rendered The subject a years work A look forward was fully discussed at the close of which the Sect read the report of the years work It afforded great joy to review actual worn that had been accomplished in the space of one year It is with re joicing and great encouragement tbat the society looks forward- A large attendance added much to the pleasure of meeting and we slY come again thanks to a gentleman friend for the suggestion A committee Was appointed and an oyster supper will be announced at a short date after the report from the Bazaar committee the Society closed with the Lords prnypr- and Mizpnh Benediction the socity and friendn then returned to the Dining Room where the tables were decorated in pretty plants and delightful refresh ments were served After which the parties left for their homes to meet at the Church at 6 Moweaqna Ill July 21 08 Mr Cabbage Dear sir Inclosed find one dollar to py on my subscirption to the No ws The Breckenridge News is like getiiug a letter from home as I have not been In the state since Nov 1901 I apprEcia- te reading the continued story and also The Kingaberry and Old Mull I close with best wishes to all Wm Weatherholt P 0 Bx 39 tOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO oooooooot oConvalescents need a large amount of nourish 0- I ment in easily digested I ment Scott highly J formi i It makes bone blood and muscle without pnuttint any tax on the digestion- ALL DRUGGISTS BOo AND flOO M MMOOOC G fi i o 1 Q + Qt55L Crt t r St 1 t sBefore and After TakingI iSho thaildilA young man was drawing at CLARKS SCHOOL OF 225 a month 175 crease the first year The second year he was getting 400 ID a month 84800 a year 4200 yearly INCREASE the iJIIDN yearGet Right now You will be well startedon your work when the Fall enrollment comes Be graduated at the time when not many are graduating and have just so much better chance for a position M Enroll any day Individual instruction b 1 Clarks School of Business M M 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky f F lV JY r 1 STATE FAIR SPECIAL Via L He St Louis Railway FOR KENTUCKY DAY I Thursday Sept 1708S- pecialI l leaves Clo erport 6 oclock f a m Returning leaves Louisville 6 oclock p m IIFor Information Ask The Agent c J HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way secondclass colonist fares to the Northwest September 1 to Oc tober 31 1808 inclusive Homeseekers excursion fares to the South Aug 18 Sept 1 and l5 October 6 and 20 November 3 and 17 Decem ber 1 and Ifi Kentucky 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 ICoverpoit to Omena Pateskey Travers City Mackinaw City Northport Mackinac Island Mich and return Septembr r good to re turn September 30- Returns Home J W Owen who has been ill iin Louisville several weeks arrived home Friday accompanied by his aunt Mrs Sallie Moorman Mr Owen is conva lescing rapidly Enjoying His Vacation L T Reid one of the most capable men connected with the L H St L railroad is spending his vacation at his home in this city The Deed of Mother With a mothers disregard of when her offspring is in perilat the risk of per own life Mrs J B Stephenson of Fulton Bio a frail little woman lowered herself into an eighteen foot well saved her two year oldchild from drowning and climbed to the top hold ing the child iu her teeth by its dress The bribe was playing near the well top which had been left open and stepped off backward Mrs Stephenson heard the childs cry and turned in time to see it fall Rushing to the well the mother grasp ed the rope and without n moments hesitation shot to the bottom The father of the child was not at home nor were there any male neigh bors near by Fearing that she would be seized by cramps If she remained in the cold water Mrs Stephenson in desperation fastened her teeth into the babys frock and climbed the jagged wall of the well with tho aid of the rope + + mWantS1 7 reslIdencei town and depot Apply at the News office FOR SALESmall cottage known as theI Bank House Apply at Brecklnrldge COR 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ConservaUve 3 r1 accounts receive the same carefulI attention as ones and we appre ciate your business and influence paid Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLove pORTKV- tt = = FoodLiwsIlav- e t 1 If 1 t affected drinks They pure i f i yift FOR 5 ALE BY f- rj IIo3 Weisenborg Noblo Quiggins Oelze I 4C Hensel Irvington J Ilarnod tingly Crowd iMcQuady Gy i Morgan I Stephcnsport Carr Bottling and Manufacturing Works mHawesville Kentuckyyi a begining Elys applied airpassages qualities remedy v a dreadful secretion spraying druggigts and ISnmll larger Interest Sippel Duggins x Spending Ills Vacation O T Skjllman and sister Miss Eliza beth Skillman left for Owensboro last week in his automobile Mr Skillman is enjoying a vacation from his duties as bookkeeper at the Breckenridge Bank Mrs English Returns Mrs English has returned from a most pleasant stay with her daughter Mrs McEwen formerly Mrs Ella La Neave at Red Boiling Springs Tenn V Y i 1Ty M l 2 x TV1 rHl yiOMWwin J F L Lf M a- I TRYING TO I HOODWINK NfGROfS I Democrats Pursuing Their Usual Double Faced Policy Upholding Disfranchisement In th South While Forming Colored Bryan Clubs In West From the Baltimore Sun Dem General Winfield S Hancock who was the Democratic nominee for pres- Ident in 1SSO declared the tariff wasI principally a local questlontlmt ilaI to say u Pennsylvania Democrat t might be a protectionist for protec lions sake while a Democrat In Georgia or In Iowa might hold fast to the dootrluo of a tariff for revenue only The Massachusetts Democrat might be a free trader without reservation of any kind while the West Virginia Democrat might be a freo trader only with respect to commodities which wore not produced by his own state General Hancocks was considered an Ingenious evasio- of the tariff Issue but It did not pro duce harmony In the Democratic party and the general was defeated Twentyeight years have passed since General Ilancock defined the tariff as a local question upon which the Democrats of each state were free to act with regard chiefly to local Interests The principle which he the formulated seems to have been adopt ed by Democrats In the west In respect to the relation of the Democrat ic party to the negro Last week the West Virginia Democratic convention embodied in its platform planks demanding certain qualifications to voters designed to disfranchise many negroes Their platform also contain- a declaration In favor Qf separate coaches for white and negro passengers on railroads The West Virginia Democrats not only refuse to hold out the olive branch to the negro and in vite him into their fold but they are determined to limit his political activi ty by a disfranchising law and to bring him under the operation of a Jim Crow law when ho travels on the railroads of that state What Are the Promises Out In Nebraska and In Kansas the Democratic campaign managers are organizing negro voters Into Brya clubs In Ohio no effort will be spared to secure the support of the negroI voters for the Democratic national ticket What pledges have been given and what inducements have been of fered does not appear But It Is a fair Inference that the managers haveI promised to do something for the ne gro perhaps to recognize him In the distribution of offices It Mr Brya should be elected and also to take such action as the negroes may demand In respect to the reinstatement of the negro battalion dismissed from the army by President Roosevelt for the attack on Brownsville Last week when the West Virginia Democrats I were declaring for a dlsfranchiscmcntl law and for a Jim Crow law th Democratic convention In the TwelfthI congressional district of Ohio adqptedI a Olatform favoring the enaojmgut tt r fOUND CUTICURA- ii I INDISPENSABLE SufI i iI iForHer ChildrenLittle Girls I fered with Itching Eczema Which k Simply Covered Back of Heads r Baby Had a Tender Skin Too I ALL PROMPTLY CURED BY tf WONDERFUL OINTMENT girlshaderuptionsformed backs of their heads which wore simply covered Before I heard of Cuti cura I used to try almoste- verything but they failedThen my mother recommendedthe tvIwashed my childrens heads with Cuti oura Soap and then applied the wonder ful ointment Cuticura I did this four or five times and I can say that they have been entirely cured I have another baby who iis BO plump that the folds of akin on his neck were broken and even bled I used Cuticura Soap and Cuti morningtho whenlany sores I can never recommend Cuticura sum ciently it indispensable in every homo I cannot find its equal Mme Napoleon QuoMay PAINFUL ULCER On Foot for a Year Healed by Two Sets of Cutfcura ur had an ulcer on my foot for a year or more and it was very painful as it was a running sore I had a doctor but his treatment did not heal it About eight months ago I commenced to use Cuticura Soap Cuticura Ointment andIRydcrrWestOobplete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor of Infants Children and AdulU tklDaCUtlcuraCuticura Ilejoi vent 60corln the form of Chocolate Coated Pllli 2fic vial of WI to Purify the hood Bold throughout the world Potter Drug tChcm Corp Mass Msuto4PGuucC Book on skin DteeaMO k 0 lo Pressing Down Pains are a sign of serious female com plaint that should have immediate attention If you begin In tIme you cane generally treat yanrseli at home without the need of consulting a Iphysician by the regular use of Cardul the well known remedy for womens ills- Composed of purely vegetable and perfectly harmless medicinal Ingredients being besides a gen tie nonIntoxicating strengthen tug tonic OFCARDU1 WOMANS RELIEF relieves all female complaints My wife writes John A Rodgers of lIampden Sidney Va was nothing but a walking skate Shensuffered agonies with bearing down pains backache and head ache Doctors failed to relieve her so she took Cardul and Is sow entirely cured At All Druggists WRITS FOR FREE ADVICE stating age and describing sym DeptnThe Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Term B 38 of laws which Shall accord to an men accused of wrongdoing whether sol rdiems or civilians a fair and Impartial heardspunIshmentIThis apparently refers to the Browns vine Incident It may also have a broader meaning and a more extended application and may be susceptible of an Interpretation which will make southern Democrats open their eyes with amazement and possibly with ap prehensionRace Question Local Issue There seems to be no ground for rea sonable doubt that the Democratic tbeIeffort to secure negro support for their thenprinciple that the race question Is only tbeIsouth does not approve this plan of ItIThe Democracy of the south is In full accord with the position taken by the West Virginia Democrats last week And yet it Is assumed by those who are trying to get negroes to support innhearty cooperation with the Ohio Ne braska Kansas and Illinois Democrats who arc welcoming the negro into free partyIand probably promising to annul the decision of President Koosevelt in the ofIwestern Democrats that the race prob lem Is merely a local Issue Is culcu ebated to give the south much concern Many Democrats In that section may question whether It Is worth while to elect a Democratic president who may open wide the dour of political oppor tunity to the negro Chafin Needs an Ark Never since the flood has water reached such a high tide as at pres ent says the dry candidate for presi dent Looks as If he might be swept away In the freshe- tRESOLUTIONS Passed By Stepliensport Baptist Church In Behalf of The Rev James T Lewis At a regular meeting of the Stephens port Baptist Church Aug 1 st lg 8 Bro J T Lewis having tendered leis resig nation as pastor the following resol utions were unamiuiously adopted Whereas Bro J T Lewis has been our pastor for about eight gears and in our association with him during that time we have learned to love him as our friend and spiritual guide in things pertaining to the Kingdom and Whereas He is about to take his departure from among us for other fields of usefulness in the Masters Vineyard anl1- Whereas We feel constrained to male this small testimony to the faithfulness of our beloved brother while going out and in among us as our under shep herdNow therefore be it resolved That it is with deep regret that we are under the necessity of parting company with our brother as our pastor after such u long association together which we feel has been not only mutually pleasant but to us so spiritally profitable- Be it further resolved That we hope his work in his new field of labor may be abundantly blessed and that he may have many souls for his hireJewols in his crown If Resolved That we desire to bear wit ness that our brother has not shunned to declare unto us the whole counsel of God having been a faithful watch man on the walls of Zion allured to brighter worlds and led the way Resolved That we tender to our brother our best wishes and sympathy I 4 W 0 as he goer from amVng us and that we lerein desire to p omies him that we will follow him with our prayers that he may be abundantly Messed in his pastorate in his preaching in his home and in his hearth Resolved That we ask our beloved brother to remember us tu his prayers Signed by the committee L D Fox Wm H DIx The Old Fashioned Pie Eaters The Republican of Minnesota having read and inwardly di ested the useful lesson of 1904 and JJ900 have nomi nated for Governor this year a plain farmer who according to his convention euogist lOttats pe with his knife If he should be fleeted it would he a big triumph for the plain folks of Min nesota And yet he Hoes but follow the table etiquette of George Washington John Adams Thomas Jefferson James Madison and James Near oof each of the nrtt five Presidents ineating pie with his knife It was not until John Quincy Adams entered the White House that the substitution of the fork for the knife seems to have occurred to any citizen of America He contracted the habit while in Franc said Mrs Adams in all apologetic tone to some of her guests and he finds it dfficult to break himself of it since we returned home So the first General of the Angl ican army the sturdy patriot of Massa chusetts the author of the Declaration of Independence the chief advocate of the Federal Constitution and the origi nator of the Monroe Doctriae all ate pie with the knlfeUtic Observer lloppity Hop Are you just barely getting around by the aid of crutches or a cane Unless you have lost a limb or have a deformity if your trouble is rheumatism lumba go sprain stiff joints or anything of like nature use Ballards Snow Liniment and in no time you can throwaway your crutches and be as well as any one Price 25c 50c and 100 Sold by A R Fisher Another Mistake Corrected Theres no truth in these jokes about summer girls not remembering the fel lows they were engaged to It- I Nof No I just reminded Miss Flirtgirl that we were engaged at the seashore and she remembered itperfectlyCourierJournal Have You A Baby Then watch it closely And above all things dont let it suffer for any length of time with wormsthat is fatal If its complexion gets yellow and pastyif it is listless cross or peevish gets thin suffers with flatulence give it Whites Vermifuge The only cure that never fails and has no badeffects Sold by A R Fisher DO YOU DESIRE SOCIAL SUCCESSf Then Cultivate Good Memory One of the finest equipments for social success is a good reliable memory and if you do not possess this priceless gift you would do well to cultivate it by any means known to you for its splendid tool with which to carve your way through the wall of convention ydu are about to approach One of the first aids to cultivating a social memory is for you to pay strict attention to the name of n person to whom you are being introduced Repeat it to yourself immediately upon hearing it and before introducing this same person to some one else say it over to yourself again and then utter it aloud taking particular paines to enunciate clearly and slowly not only for the be nefit of the third person but for the sake of your verbal memory that will eatch and hold the name If during the conversation that has taken place between yourself and the first person you have been so fortunate as to have unearthed her particular ho Lilly or interest carve that toobesidet- he individuals nameupon the plastic walls of your memory This is a socialtrick to which all society or political leaders aspire and when thoroughly mastered regard as their best drawingcard for popularity Its a perfectly hiymless really kind bit of flattery that is the very height of tact and even you and I when this gentle art is practised upon us are prone to swallow it as the baby crocodile swal lowed the waters of the Nilewith open smiling jaws II One of the greatest cbartue of that most charming of women the late La dy Curzon of India who was an Amer ican being before her marriage Maryiii LeIter of Chicago was her marvelous social memory wherein was stored the malady or hobby or grievance of every individual high or low with whom she came in contact in her brillant so cial career She had a delightful way of surprising some grumpy old general whose days of retirement were spent in nursing his rheumatic gout by saying unexpectedlyVVell how do you do general Did you really try those mud baths for your rheumatism that we were discussing last autumn Months even years might elapsed but she never for got Louise Mitchell in the October New Idea Womans Magazine 1 4 The Bank of dbSbgand TrustQmPn Ij B F BEARD President M H BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier Pays 3 per cent on time more Three per cent is as 1 f the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely mUCJbank can afford to pay La r otw tar a t tnveis a1 adr a s Packet oI- NCOnPORATEU I PASSENGER RATES REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 Cloverport to Evansville 175 Boats leave Louisvillo Mondays Wcdnssdays 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 of fices 154 to 158 Fourth street Louis ville Ky AI J CNNELLY G F be P A GEO H WILSONSupt IT IS UNSAFE Bryans Bank Guarantee Plan Declared Dangerous Washington September 7ln a com prehensive statement issued Monday Tomas P Kane deputy comptroller of the currency makes it plain that the principle involved in the guarantee bank plan of William Jennings Bryan has been shown to be absolutely inim ical to the very life of hones and safe banking He points out that the guaranteeing of deposits makes the self reliant bank victim of the weak and in competent in the very nature of the case and puts a premium on reckless I and inefficient banking rather than on conservatism He offers strong argu ment in support of his contention and cites experience in corroboration wherever the rrinciple involved has been put to even partialJ practice Louisville Horse Show The Louisville Horse Show wlll be held at the First Regiment Armory in Louisville from September 28 to October 3 the exhibitions taking place each evening Prizes aggregating 14800 will be awarded making the largest amount of prize money given outside of the show at Madison Square Garen The greatest show stable in the country will compete and representations for every class will be given Reginald C Vanderbilt Alfred U Vanderbilt C W Watson E H Bed ford Paul Sorg and Mrs Jarvis Hunt are among the large exhibitors of harness horses irom distant points who willshow while Lawrence Jones of Louisville will he one of the more pro minent Kentucky exhibitors of harness horses Kentucky of course will be to the fore in the saddle rings of which there are eleven open classes Practica OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Alt the blood in your body passes through jour kidneys once every three minutes Its You I ter out the waste impurities In the blood they are sick out of order they fall to do their work Pains aches and rheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid In the blood due to neglected kidney trouble unsteadyheartthough1heyoverworking in pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning in kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy IIs soon realized It stands the highest for Us wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on merits flflY1centes may have a I or If or I sample bottle by mall1 Homo of swtID Root I free also pamphlet telling you how to fine out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer k Co Binghamton N Y boat malielany mlstakeibnt remember tb SwampRoot Drt Kilmers Swamp v1oaCftunI Capital 50000 Surplus 5000 DIRECTORS Eskridge Richardson Dr Kincheloon RobertsonrBeard t depositsno J Louisville Evansville yourblood r eeesemetlleet eiaet s es w H UOWMEU President A B SKILLMAN Cashier I F L LionxroOT VIceVresIdent CIIAB SKILIMAN AsstCasbier The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment interest paid time deposits itBusiness great and small solicited Ma fIi1 rmm lf- III The Carlsbad of America I IPrench IndiNoI theI I Southern Railway II rI1Leave Evansville Z 20 am 2 20 pm t 11III II Tell City 725 am am 222 pmIII Troy 7 35 am 2 32 Arrive French Lick10 20 am 5 45 pm II Arrive West DadenIO 30 am 555 pm f Daily Except Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS tJ1 Evansville to French Llck3 West Baden3RockportCo 2 52 2 Cannelton 2 72 2 20III Tell CityII 2 60 2 Troy 2 44 2 i E D Stratton P A Evansville Ind IJ C Beam Jr A G P A St Louis Mo I1J fam iI y THE i Fifth Avenue1 J HOTELi I i Kyi Ga I onlJ fromI Street w iO 71 V CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPORATED distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk anywhere Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We put you quick and satisfactory communication with the countryWeable Equipments facilities unsur passed E LELAND HUME T D WEBB J IIUNTER IlAS JrIIPresident General Manner Treasurer ly nil of the crack horsemen of the Bluegrass will compete for tbe rich prizes and trophies which have been hung up A spectacular feature this year whli be the jumps and it is expected that the worlds record for high jump seven feet eight inches will be broken as a special prize of 500 is offered for the owner whose horse a new mark Two special lasses under the auspices soIcietyThe judges are among the mst noted experts in the country J WI Ogden of New York William G Rock efeller of New York and R A Fair bairn nf Westfield N J judge the harness horses and Mr Fairbairn will tie the blues for the roadsters George C Clausen of Now York was a judge at the International Show in London will act for the threegaited saddlers and the hunters and jumpers C L Pemberton of EHzabethtown will Judge the fivegaited classss Doans Regulets cure constipation without griping nausea nor any weakening effect x Ask your draggUt for thorn 25 dents per box Morris D S A M C V B F rt Jf s on 16 To The most centrally located and Brstclass hotel In the clty J1200 rate Only one block from the principal shopplngdlstrlct and two blocks Ithe principal theatres cars passthedoor to all parts of the cityII X1103az Long almost in can In and CALDWELL W sets will who and SEEDSBUCKBEBS SEEDSSUCCEED I SPECIAL OFFER Made to build New Bailnn A trial will make you oar permanent customer PrIze CollectionI udhlirvadetteaiL4i Vt 12 Undi l Tot ey varleUeeI GUARANTEED TO PLEASE Write today Mention this Piper oh SEND 10 CENTStoeow pod+raud puking sad rtirs this valuable bigInstrucUvehula about tbe nesI uiits of Eoecl nine ta H W uckbee13x1 aU aocJa01U1L1 STREET Mr Hearst has definitely de ided that it is more fun to be the kingmaker than the ringAtlanta Journal To Be Happy you must have good health You cant have good health if your liver is not poisoningiscumstances Ballards Herbine makes C a perfectly healthy liverkeeps the stomach and bowels right and acts as a eutlrelIVstemSold 3f f I rJane Cablej- 1 f li 1 Continued from Page Two GrTiiyifon Datisemer Both men drew back In amazement Oh no it cannot cannot bel she moaned without taking her eyes from Gra dons face In the same Instant she recovered herself and craved his pardon I am distressed It is so hard l to give her up Oraydon she punted smiling again The thought had come suddenly to her that lames Dunsemer had a very strung purpose in lettlrg his son marry Jane Cable She never hud ceased to believe that Bansouier knew the parents of the child she hud adopted It hud dawned upon her In the flash of that moment that the maV jingo might mean a great deal to this calculating father David wont you leave us for a few minutes There Is something I want to say to Graydon David Cable hesitated for an Instant and then slowly left the room closing the door behind him Ho was strange ly puzzled over that momentary exposi tion of emotion on the part of his wife He was a man of the world und he knew Its vices from the dregs up but It was many days before the startling suspicion struck in to explain her un called for display of feeling It did not strike In until after he noticed that JSmes Bancomer was paying marked attention to his wife Left alone with Graydon Mrs Cable nervonsly hurried to the point She was determined to satisfy herself that the son did not share her secret with his father Does your father know that you want to marry Jane she asked Of courseorI mean he suspects Mrs Cable He has teased me not a little you know Im going to tell him tonightHe not known Jane very long youknowLong enough to admire her above all others lIe has often told mo that she is the finest girl hes ever met Oh Im sure father will be pleased Mrs CableI met your father in New York of courseyears ago I presume he has told you I think not Oh yes I believe he did tell me after we mot you at floe leys that night He had never seen Mr Cable Nor Jdne I dare say Oh no I knew Jane long before dad ever laid eyes on her The look In his eyes satisfied her over all tint he knew nothing more You love her enough to sacrifice anything on earth for her she asked suddenlyYes Cable he answered slm ply You would renounce all else in the world for hor sake I believe thats part of the service1 ne salll with a smile Jane Is worth nil of that and more She shall be first t In my heart In my mind for all tim- eJr that Is what you mean Mrs Cable Believe me I moan that Mr Banscmer says that you are like your mbther she mused wistfully Thats why he loves me he also says Im sorry Im not like father he said earnestly Hes great Soe turned her face away so that he might not see the look in her eyes I think Jane is like He paused in confu sion Like her father he conclud ed She arose abruptly and took his hand in hers Go to her Graydon she said Tell her that Mr Cable and I want you to bo our son Good night and God bless you She preceded him to the stair way and again shook hands with him David Cable was ascending Graydon said the latter pausing halfway up as the other came down you were ready to congratulate me In advance on time prospect of becoming president of the P L and A Do you know that I was once an ordinary fire manCertainly Mr fable The rise of David Cable is known to every one Thats all I Just wanted to be sure Jane was not born with a sllver pooi youknowAnd she is Jane Cable said the young man proudly Then he hurried on down to the expectant throbbing JaneFrances Cable sat at her escritoire for an hour her brain working with feverish energy Sho was seeking out tho right step to tako in advance of James Bansemer Her husband sat alono in his den and smoked long after she had taken her step and retired to rest but not to sleep On her desk lay half a dozen invitations tW2 of them from the exclusive set to whose Inner circles her ambitious vigorous aspira tions were forcing her She pushed them aside and with narrowed eyes wrote to James Bansemerwrote the note of the diplomat who seeks to fore stall Dear Mr Bansemer Doubtless Graydon will have told you his good news before this reaches you but Mr Cable and I feel that we cannot permit the hour to pzzs without assuring you of our own happi ness and of our complete approval Will you dine with us this evening en famlllo at BOventhlrty FRANCES CABLE David Cable read the note and sent it early tho next mprning by special mes senger to James Banscmer The en gagement of Jane Cable and Graydon Banseiner was announced In tho evening papers More proof that Lydia E Pink hams vcgrotable Compound saves woman from surgical operations Mrs S A Williams of Gardiner Maine writes I was a great sufferer from female troubles and Lydia E Pinlchams Vegetable Compound restored mo to health physiciandeclaredlutely necessary Mrs Alvina Sperling of 154 Cley bourne Ave ChIcago I11 writes I suffered from female troublts a tumor and much inflammation Two of the best doctors in Chicago decided that an operation was necessary to save my life Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound entirely cured me without an operation FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills and has positivelycumd thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulcera tion fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear mgdown feeling flatulency indiges prostrationWhy Mrs Pinldmm invites all sick women to write her for advice Silo has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Mass CONVENTIONS AND EXCURSIONS A new special committee has been created this year by the State Fair management known as the Committee on Excursions and Conventions with Mr Smith T Bailey as chairman Al ready a number of annual meetings for state organizations have been so cured including the Kentucky Beef Cattle Association the Kentucky Dairy Cattle Club the Swine Breeders As sedation the State Berkshire Associa tion the State Horticultural Society the Good Roads Association and varit ous others of a 1 kindred nature A suitable convention hall will be provided underneath the grandstand with every accommodation and con venience possible for the visiting or ganizations Chairman Bailey hopes to have many other meetings listed before the opening day and Is arrang- Ing to have a large number of excur sion trains from all sections of tho state In other words It is his inten tion to make It a convention week and the banner week in the history of the Falls City for the largest number of outoftown visitors THE NEW STATE FAiR GROUNDS The new Kentucky State Fair grounds where the 1908 annual exhibi tion will be held Is easily one of the most modernly arranged and best equipped in the country From an aes thetic point of view the graceful lines of the buildings harmonize with the surrounding topography The car lines will extend Into the grounds so that one may step directly from the car to the entrance of the Fair An imposing archway will extend over the main driveway at the entrance The driveway 100 feet In width leads di rectly to the Livestock Pavilion Grass plots with rows of trees will subdivide this driveway and lines of hedges will border It on the sides In front of the Livestock Pavilion will be an attractive fountain located in the center of large flower bed design The racetrack and grandstand are located in the eastern part of the grounds some 600 feet from the pavil ion Tho surface of the track has been finished with exceptionally fine clay Tho stables and cooling shed for horses are located just south of the track The architecture of all the buildings will be along the lines of the Spanish Mission style with white sides and red tile roofs This class and style of architecture will harmon ize with the undulating grounds and graceful driveways which are bordered with hedges and plants and give It a most pleasing appearance 100000 LIVESTOCK PAVILION It is with much pride that the State Fair management will open to the pub lie In September what it has every reason to believe is the finest livestock pavilion In the world While somewhat similar to other great State Fair pavilions It Is quite different from any of them and combines the good points of allof them It will be 212 feet wide and 400 foot long with an Interior arena measuring 116 by 300 feet There will be an entrance to the arena at either end having direct connec tion with tho horse and cattle barns A fifteenfoot promenade will extend entirely around the outside of the arena The main entrances are arranged In four large towers one at each cor ner of the building to give an abun danqe of space for entrance and exit Theconstruction is of the most permanent character being largely con- Crete and steel All horses and cattle will be exhibited In this building a great Improvement over the not austy show rings and the inconvenient stuffy tents used in the past- IMPORTANT POINTS For the Woman Who Would Be Admired If you must wave your hair on curl ers or kids do It after your husband has left the house for the day and not at night Just imagine what a fright you look with your hair the crowning beauty of a woman done in two tight little braids at the back and six or seven hornlike projections In the frpnt And dont leave your false hair In full sight on the bureau Can you conceive how lUte a wild animal or a scarecrow you mst look to him when he views you In the morning light Can you blame him for thinking the smart looking women ho sees more fascinating than his wife Remember he has not seen them in curl papers To arrange the hair for tho night di vide it and tie the front part loosely on top with a big bow of ribbon then braid the back In two braids and tie the ends with ribbon This Is so much neater and more attractive than to do It up on curlers or leave it done up as it has been all day A man once said that any woman who wore her hair in kids or curlers in the presence of her husband lie served to lose his love- Some women do not think it possible for them to do their housework unless attired In an unsightly wrapper Usually an ugly creation bought ready made of brown blue and white striped calicoes seems to be the favor ite garment The chief advantage Is that It lees not show the dirt Tho dirt is there howeverWives who go into kitchen and pantry should provide themselves with shirtwaist suits of clean looking maternal in light shades which when soiled would show it and be sent to the tub For summer have them made with short sleeves and a Dutch nock and at least three inches from the floor These are no more difficult to got into titan a wrapper RIVAL OF MERRY WIDOW Help Fire Murder Police An toinette Is Coming Man take notice It behooves you to stop knocking the Merry Widow hat instantor The Merry Widow is perfectly sane and conservative In comparison with the new style headgear for women now en route to America from Vienna Tako a look at the picture and judge for yourselfIn new hat there are no loss than four or five pounds of flowers to say nothing of a flock or two of pigeons three owls a frame two feet In diameter and no one knows how much dress goods The women are justifying the wear- Ing of the monstrosity by declaring Marie Antoinette and tho ladles of her court used to wear something like It In the days of Louis XV There Is a inovcment afoot to en 7 J sIll MJIWHAT CHANCE WOULD MAN nAVE BEHIND TillS THING IN A THEATER courage married men to start in boost- Ing the Merry Widow In order to maintain that freak In popularity as a lesser evil between two At least the Merry Widow Is comparatively cheapIt pointed out if a woman takes tin her head to wear an Antoinette the husband might as well buy out a millinery story and thus at least be In a position to get materials at cost A Mixed Compliment Joseph Leiter at a Washington dinner party a few days before his mar riage said he agreed with John D Rockefeller and Russell Sage that young men with their way to make in tho world should not take vacations A vacation doesnt strengthen the average man said Mr LelteP Dc ranging all his regular habits It weak ens him lIe plays too hard on his vacation He comes back homo thin and pale and tired But good hard regular work with the temperate habits it necessitates Is good for a young lmans health Nearly all the breakdowns laid to hard work are really due to something else to bad hour dilssipation I always hUnl o hear till story my father used to toll of a big rosy ountry preacher who said one Sun Joy morning In Juno My friends I am nil run down from the winters work and till ro lection todp will be elevated to in traveling expenses an I nin gin to the shoro for my health The moro rou glvethe longer I can stay away The preachers look was rather con fused when he announced afterward to the people that the collection hud been the largest In the history of the shurch For any pain froii top to toe from any cause apply Dr Thomas Electric oil Pain cant stay where it is used TAFTS KINDNESS TO BLIND Overrules Washington Monument Reg ulatlon For Benefit of the Sightless The kind heartedness of Mr Taft and his sincere common sense sympathy with the unfortunates In this world has just been brought to the at tention of the blind In a peculiar way Away up In the top of the Washing ton monument where thousands go to behold the beauties of the nations capital the Columbia Polytechnic In stitute which seeks to make It possi ble for the adult blind of the United States to rise above conditions of dependence by becoming self sustaining placed on sale souvenir post cards manufactured by Its blind Some sen timental persons took the view that this was undignified and succeeded In having the superintendent of public buildings and grounds order the cardslI removed IF IS Cleat eland principal of the IInstitute appealed to Mr Taft then secretary of war and within whoso jurisdiction cane thp office of public buildings and grounds It took only n few words to convince the sec rotary that the blind should have the benefit of this privilege and the cards wore again placed on solo In the mon ument For this action said Principal Clonveland In discussing tho Incident Mr Taft deserves tho gratitude of ovary blind person particularly time progressive blind who are striving tQ holp their less fortunate follows ANTINEGRO PLANKS IN WEST VIRGINIA DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM Jim Crow Plank We favor the enactment of a law re quiring common carriers engaged In passenger traffic to furnish separate coaches or compartments for wulte and colored passengers v Elective Franchise Plank Believing that the extension of the elective franchise to a race Inferior in Intelligence and without preparation for the wise and prudent exercise of a privilege so vital to tho maintenance of good government was a mistake If not a crime committed by the Repub lican party during the reign of passion and prejudice following the civil war for political ends and purposes wo do clare tint the Democratic party Is In favor of so amending the constitution as to preserve tho purity of the ballot and the electorate of the state from the evil results from conferring such power and privilege upon those who aro unfitted to appreciate Its Importance as It affects the stability and preserva tion of good government IIt +Yt Tafts Religion To dispose of questions which should not be asked as speedily as possible lotus say that Mr Taft Is not a Roman Catholic He Is a member of the UI tarlan church That was the church of his parents nnd he has never separated himself from It Ills wife however Is an Episcopalian and he worships more often beside her In her church These are the facts which are utter ly and absolutely unimportant The Ilmatter of a mans religion has no right ful place in consideration of his fitness for the presidency The constitution of the nation ordained and established to secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity expressly places the very suggestion of such thought outside the pale of patriotism- No words can be clearer than these from our countrys fundamental law No religious test ever shall be re quired as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United StatesThe numerous queries about Mr Tafts religious belief show simply the extent to which his enemies have gone to rouse some prejudice against him Since there was no spot upon his whole clean record of private conduct and public service to couldIpoint to Tafts detriment they displayed their willingness to descend to any depth of petty cowardly contemptible attack that might do him harmdelphia North American Same Old Story Taft talked straight talk to his countrymen about every Issue that en grosses the thoughts of Americans to day Bryan promises a serIes of post scripts to dispose of tariff railroads currency trusts and everything else of real Importance And then he engages In one of his melancholy searches after a paramount issue and finds It in the rhetorical fustian and tinsel plati tude Shall tho people rule It Is the old old story Tho garb of u iIIIII Two States BakrI I Stephensport Ky at the Close of Business June 30 1908 I ft ri u Resources Loans and Discounts 73596 63 874481IfR Furniture and Fixtures 1557 12 Current Expenses Last lV Six Months 959 53 ITotal 90323 72 Stock 18l09 e- Total90323 72i11 We have passed the fifth milestone in existence that I 1 time prosperousbusinesshave from providing fIM security Our funds are guarded by a modern burglary and I proof sate and insurance is carried to cover by either lireIor robbery We pay 4 per cent interest on time deposits paysWethan other bank in fIM use of their money The late disasterous bank failures have demonstrated that fIM it is not the oldest and largest bank that is the We this opportunity to thank our customers whose patronage has helped to I make this the largest and best Respectfully statement in our five years of business IJNOS ADAIR Cashier ImJJ 1limfSm n Real Estate Department Do you iV 1 1 1 y b JL a farm or busineesI If you do you may find just what you need this department If you are interest ed any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and lotus introduce you to the who has the very property you are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do 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 ennbJingbuyersInn n Babb oTwo room cottage on Murray Avenue i Well looutuQ Itontfi for J6 per month I 7 on Uardlnsburg and r 511halls of SlnkliiK road 8 miles tram Sample Improvements dwolltng and a Rood IIR burn HI acres In oak and beech timber Tho oak timber Is Rood tie timber Heoch never boon worked Timber can be hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco mid fruit Plenty good water year round Terms one third cash balance In ensy payments C OCfl Set acres on Hardlnnburg and p3yOU falls of glnklm road S miles onestorydwdllingsblacksmith stiop all necessary outhouses ISO acres under cultivation and pasture Set acres in timber white oak oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of Rood water the year round Onethird cash and stood easy terms on balance u fromp1111I In good shape no xl feuclup one good II wel HUK bouse 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn pondsTillsAcres In timber white oak sugar tree and beech balance cleared Plenty of Rood fruitI Good road t Stcphtiioport XK miles and good road to Ilol m juilos This farm Is not worn it Is good land Iand In good tlx Just the lOUt for n man with a small family the conservative docs not sit wen vlpun the born Crusader Mr Bryan has put forth a tactful smoothly phrased bun dle of generalities and he I lane so at the moment when the mental appetite of the whole people is sharp ened for strong meat and not wind puddingWith score of honestly disputed and important questions open he chooses deliberately to select as the chief Issue of the campaign a query to which there is absolutely no negative response Shall the people rule The people always have ruled and always will rule Philadelphia North Ameri Aug 15 1903- Reciprocal Boosting Judge Parker is laboring for the Bryan cause In California which re cals the fact that Bryans campaign In Nebraska for Parker kept the Repub Bean majority In tile state down to 80000 St Louis GlobeDemocrat Mr Bryan criticises Mr Taft for adding to the Republican platform In tho meantime the number of para mount Issues which Bryan subtracted from the Democratic platform would till several large volumes Omaha Bee Rattling the Skeleton Eugene W Chafln the Prohibition candidate was born in Waukosha Wisconsins foremost watering place New York Mall TNone of the Bryan phonograph roc ords has the speeches advocating froo silver and immediate government ownership of the railways nor have they tine great commoners attacks on Roger Sullivan Colonel Wattorson timid Guffey These omissions tell an Impor tant story LiabilitiesICapital fISOOO 00 ffm Surplus Fund 777 l Undivided Profits 3 IgS fIM Amount Due Deposi tore 71351 4s i our During 1 losses I safest take t in in If man 1 black very a can Mr age 800 L ortRndOloverport on Iwprovomenta teoILDdacres In orchard500 bearing trees and 160 young trees 40 acresIn timber hickory rasbalanceTwoneverwell Goodlimestone landsult andwheatOntblrdcash balance on easy terms F contalnhmg0acresandall ftvelwithItbarnsosepeachtreesmostallniceVInyardclearedbalance Rkrononseveralirovetowire6OOO onlong and easy payments p011 SA LEA splendid stand for u druKKbti surroundbyjustthebustaesaAnruyreisrWemarsltIltIrtCAT BREEDING AS A 1 BUSINESS FOR WOMAN Many instances illustrating the pos sibilities of cat breeding as a business for ladies could be given but IIshalt confine myself to brufiy reciting the experience of one lady in New Jersey breedinghardaccomplish made uplonghaired moneytoI t and biding her time she patiently wait ed for an opportunity to offer itself Finally in looking over the For Sale ads in a New York paper she saw a litter of long haired Persian kittens advertised at a very low price and noting the name address she started for New York the next morning ostensibly spriu6rhatgiven her That evening she returned home with a kitten but without the hat Her next step was to sell a finely educat ed parrot which she had raised and in vest the proceeds in a female cat or two This gave her a start from which unaided she has built up a reputation second to that of no other fancier In America or England and is now sole owner of a large and successful cattery Country Life in America Dyspepsia is Americas curse Bur Vdock Blood Bitters conquers dyspepsia every time It drives out Impurities v tones the stomach restores perfect digestion normal weight and Rood health f 1iI iithsjniTTilE HIGH RLL OF THE COMMERCIIfL BRANCHES INCLUDING TELE llJJHYARE lAUGHX EltUT1PUL pTALOGUES fREEWRITEL 1 a Left to right first rowMrs Louisa Gallagher 84 Leavenmorth Kas Mrs Lucinda Stith 81 Guston Mrs Sarah C Childs 78 Guston Top rowMrs Mary E Coleman 68 Guston Mrs Olive Alverson 71 Brandenburg Mrs Margaret J Hardaway 76 Big SprinPOne could not possibly find a more interesting collection of sisters than those whose pictures are given in the above photograph Just one of them Mrs Gallagher is dead having died two years ago at the age of eightyfour years They are the daughters of Mr and Mrs John Cain of Guston and all were born in Meade county The five sisters are widows have no children not a brother nor a brother In law living Mrs Stith has reared three orphans They have bright cheerful dispositions and are highly cultured women WHAT THE KIDNEYS DOt Their Unceasing Work Keeps Us Strong and Healthy All the blood in the body passes through the kidneys once every three miuutes The kidneys filter the blood They work night and day WhenI healthy they remove about 500 grainsi of impure matter daily when unhealthy some part of this impure matter is left In the blood This brings on many diseases and symptoms pain in thei back headache nervousness hot dry skin rheumatism gout gravel disorder of the eyesight and hearing diz iiu tt irregular heart debility drows lass1 dropsy deposits in the urine etc But if you keep the filters right you will have no trouble with your kid nays J J Dyer living in Cloverport Ky says HI have kept Doans Kidney Pills constantly in the house for over ten years and have never found a remedy that would equal them Three years ago my back was so lame and sore that I was scarcely able to straighten after assuming a stooped p itionI Whenever 1 contracted the slightest cold it was sure to settle on my kidneys and greatly aggravate my suffering A few doses of Doans Kidney Pills have sever failed to bring me prompt relief And my wife has also used them with excellent results I procured Doans Kidney PiUs at Fishers drug storeand- it gives me great pleasure to recommend them to other persons afflicted with kidv ney complaintVIFor isle by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilbum Cu Buffalo New York sole ae nts lor the United state I Remember tht name 1onaandt- ake no other Understood It Superintendent Cooley ot the Chicarw fo public school tells of a boy who Wits being ethically examined b His taacher i who uprcted hll was morally lax After much hard questioning the teach er askedwFred if you saw another boy do a wrong in school would you come and tell me of itgNo sir I never snitch Never snitch snitch snitch thero i no such words in Webster I dont know anything about replied Fred but there aint a toy iin school but understands it Well I dont understand it What iisI snitch Oh shucks teacher thats plain enough Snitchihg is to be bally about another boys business It I And the teacher had to be with that The word Which has u 4 legitimate origin means in fact to betray It HARKED I A very welcome rain fell last Sunday i Rev and Mrs FT Howard of KingsI wood were in town Saturday Quite a number from this place attendend the Institute at Hardinsburg- this week Mr and Mrs Willis Payne have rEt- urned home from Texas where they have been visiting relatives for several monthsMiss Ola and Emma Gray and Miss Beard were the guests or Misses Mary and Nannie Beauchamp Tuesday afternoonHunter Henninger of West View was the guest of friends here Sunday The farmers have not cut very much tobacco in this vicinity Miss Mary Benuchamp will leave Sit urdny for Luuisville where she willii relatives for several days after she will go to Oklahoma Mr John Matthews of Cloverpoit visited his sister Mrs J M Beatty and family this week Clifford Beauuhamp visited relatives- in Gray on county several days this weekMrs Irene Payne of Texas arrived here last week to be the guest of her Mrs Ethel Moorman A good crowd attended prayer meet lug here Wednesday night Miss Kitty Meador visited relatives- at Germantown several days last eek The ladies of the Baptist church will a social Halloween night at Oelzes Hall d W A M I NOTICE TO I flaxpayersflII I Ion dates given to collect taxes which are now past Jj IIStephellsport Thursday Wodnesdaj Monday September September September September 22 24 21 23 dueII w Webster Friday September 25 Irvington Saturday September 26 I Will be at Cloverport every Saturday except Satur day September 26 from now till November 1 PleaseSettle and Save Costs MILT MItER S B e1 sItching bleeding protruding or blind piles yield to Doans Ointment Chronic curedrDruggists all sell it- Base Ball Hawesville K P Lodge and Clover port K P Lodge will play at the base ball park here this afternoon the game JOdcents Secure A Certificate Under the State Normal School Law persons completing certain courses of study will be awarded certificate which permits them to teach anywhere in Kentucky without further exami nation H H Cherry President of the Western Normal will furnish full Information upon application McQuady Miss Annie Askins left this week for Bethlehem where she will be in school for the next five mouths Miss Nanhio Payne of Hardinsburu is the guest of Miss Mildred Potts this week Mrs J R Leslie who has been quite ill is improving at present Denuie Askins wont to Louisville last week Lon Laslie of Ball Town will take charge of a Store the first of October Dr and Mrs Sandbach were the guests of Mr and Mrs Ben DeJarnette last Sunday Mrs Ella Rhodes of West Va is the guests Of her sister Mrs W II Bri ckeyDr Frank Hook Was here at the office of Di Sandbach last week practicing dentistry Eli Beavin came down from Louis ville to spend a few days here with friendsSchool is progressing nicely here under the management of Prof J R Lnslie CUSTOM Mr and Mrs Henry Haynes were in Brandenburg Saturday shopping Mrs Julia Brown has returned home after being the guest of her brothers O C and G A Richardson Mrs Sallie Jarrett was in Irvington Saturday the guest of Mrs Mary Jar rett F i 1nn lad to know that frsr eny g W A Wall is able to be out after an illness of three weeks Carl Swink of Louisville was the guest of Mrs Minnie Dugan Sunday and Monday Mrs L B Armes and daughter of Irvington was the guest of Mrs Chas Still one day last week Edward Haynes of Sulphur Wells was the guest of his sister Mrs Henry Haynes Friday STEPHENS PORT Rev F R Roberts is holding a series of meetings at the M E church Ed Atkinson and Jake Hanks went to Louisville to see the races Saturday Mrs John Wright was called to Hen derson last week to the bedside of her sister who is critically ill Mrs Warner Dieckman and children are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Will Basham in the country An entertainment will be given at the home of Andrew Crawford Jr Thursdayevening September 17 for L MYr9rtiJll 7 O t w Xflt aea x r4ilWr 1 Photograph copyrighted by Will F Nation JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS This picture shows the famous author and late editor of UNCLE RESICSS TIlE Horse MAGAZINE standing under his favorite appletree in the Big Road on the SnapBean Farm the whimsical name he gave his beautiful suburban home In Atlanta Galooklng across his patch of collards beans and corn This photograph was taken about a year before Mr Harriss death and Is regarded as one of his best pictures It was used as an effective September cover design for the Magazine which he founded i I Capt Schwickardi Writf 11ft RUDOLPH B tfA War Tribute to Rudolph B Schwickardi Capt 89th N Y Vol Inf writes from 1818 G St N Wr D follows Having the fullest confidence In the efficacy of Peruna both as tonic and as remedy for catarrhal trouble commend Its use In the strongest possible terms It should be In every household War Left Ailments Mr William J Lees 8501 Morgan St St Louis Mo member Frank P Blair Port N 01 Grand Army of tho Republic and of the US S Ben ton Misa Squadron writes The war left hie with of stomach liver and kidney troubles and decided to take Peruna for my affliction began to use It about five years ago at the earnest solicitation of some friends At that time I was only able to be np about half of the time and my health was simply miserable Icon elder bottle off and on is preventive- I certainly do endorse your remedy and am glad to do sot Helped From Chronic Catarrh Oapt Lemuel M Hntchinson Mont pelier Vt writes It gives me pleasure to write you this letter at this time on account of the good your Feruna has done me when I was quite dono up with very bad cold Icould hardly perform my ordinary I the benefit of the Baptist church Miss Esther Payne visited relatives and friends in Irvington last week Mrs Sam Payne and daughters Mol lie of Irvington and Mrs Eula Gilbert and son Warden of Paducah were guests of Mrs G W Payne last week Miss Eula Hensley of is the guest of her aunt Mrs R S Skillman Miss Hensley will sail for China the 6th of October to work in the mission field Ira Brinsley is in Marion III Mrs E A Blaine is at Martinsvilla IndianaMrs Thompson and son went to New Amsterdam Ind Saturday Mrs Frank Ferry and son Miller have returned home after spending the summer months with her parents Mr and Mrs E11 Miller Little Miss Julia Adams of Owens boro has returned home after spending few weeks with her grandmother Mrs Lizzie Paulman 0 Connell Busy J T OConuell is having concrete payment laid in front of his grocer store in the west End Mr OConnel recently bought the interest owned by Gregory and Company and now owns the entire business 1 II Have the Fullest Confidence in the- Efficacyt r of j 1 Pe= runa11 SOHWIOKARDI t Veterans PerunatfWashington O as J m a 1 exCommander a complication I I a a a Hnrdinsburg a a 4 s duties but from the use of Pornna I am almost restored to health I am quite convinced that It has helped mo from chronic catarrh to v hlch I am subject 1 It has also benefited my throat I can truly recommend it as the beet d allround medicine i t has been my prix liege to become Acquainted with Of this Iam quite convinced from my own experience it Mr W 0 lloirns Prairie View Texas Secretary ot tho State Normal and Industrial College of Texas writes that for years ho lad chills and foyer + and after taking foruna his appetite ilefthealth and vigorPcruna Tablets Somo people pre or to take tablets rather than to take medicine In a fluid form Such people can obtain Feruna tablets which rrpr tsont the medicinal Ingredients of Pen la Each tablet la equivalent to one vorago doso of Pe runa Fine Treat A delicious treat among the many that the News staff has received this summer was a fine watermelon pre tJJ sented by Mr Lou Sahlie last week of Enter The Western Normal See your County Superintendent im mediately about free tuition and write HHCherry of Bowling Green for a new catalog Another Old Terrapin Fred November colored found Saturday near Clover creek another ter rapin on whose back was carved J M LaHeist June 21 i880 HUBERT REESEJDREADFULLY INJURNED Word was received here Monday that Hubert son of Mr and Mrs Nedr 1ReeseJ arm broken Mrs Reese and son spent the summer here with her father J K Ditto and had just returned home Meade County Messenger Does she know her to talk toji No only to talk about The October Smart Set 1 tL ds ts t ts b ilsatsti tz t tsfa tssi lt r I 400 I Si I CLOVERPORT I I i- TO I CINCINNATI1 IAND RETU- RNSeptember f ji 27th tl L Good returning on evening train from Cincinnati Septem ber 29 Trains leaving Cloverporfc 243 a m arrive Cincinnati W 840 a m Train leaving Clover port 5O7a m ar mlImPullman sleeper on 243 a m train Fare 2 extra for IJ berth lmI I n- ii