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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ftj THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS = ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OL do XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1908 8 Pates NO 11 t I I EI Em r r- r i 1 r 0 s t o r l y j Y IIi Ii IT I fi T BRYAN CLUB IN CLOVERPORT SeventyFive Members Enrolled at Initial Meeting Saturday NlghtJohn Jennings President 9 JAMES S YOUNGER SECRETARY At the City Hall Saturday night a Bryan and Kern Club was organized by several leading Democrats of the dis trict The organization culminated into a most enthusiastic meeting sev entyfive members being enrolled After a short and forcible speech by V G Babbage a died in the wool Dem ocrat officers were elected as follows John Jennings president James S Younger secretary and Prof Edmund Wroe treasurer Campaign plans were discussed and decision made to hold a meeting regu larly every week on Saturday night Resolutions were adopted as follows Whereas The Democrats of the Cloverport district having met to or ganize a Bryan and Kern Club approve the cull made by the county chairman for this purpose Therefore be it Resolved That we pledge our alleg iance to Democratic principles set forth in the platform adopted by the party at Denver in convention assembled and reaffirm our belief in the integrity political and private character and matchless ability of Wm Jennings Bryan for President of the United States We also endorse the selection and nomination of John W Kern of Indiana for Vice President and be lieve he is in every way worthy to be Mr Bryans associate on the National ticket Resolved That we endorse the rec ord df Hon Ben Johnson bur efficient Congressman and commend him for his faitpful service to the party and to the people of the district Y V G Babbage- C E Lightfoot J H Wills- Committee on Resolutions Bryan Club at Cincy John T Ditto writes that the trav eling men have formed a Bryan and Korn Club at Cincinnati with 150 to 200 men strong HARDINSBURG Dr Bush will be at Hardinaburg Mon day and Tuesday Sept 28 and 29 Robert Guthrie has moved to Fords ville Vote for local option Saturday Sep tember 26 Rev Isaiah Cline left Monday for Conference whicR is in session at Bar boursville He will be returned to this charge where his good work has made his return universally called for Miss Hannah Beard left Thursday for Beuna Vista Va to enter Southern Seminary for the year She was ac companied by her mother who returns this week Miss Eula Hensley leaves today for a visit in Owensboro and Kansas enroute to San Francisco from which port she wHJ sail for her Missionary work in ChinaMiss Nita Beard of Louisville and her sister Mrs Powersof Birmingham Ala are visiting their grand parents Mr andMrs G W Beard A series of meetings are being held at the Baptist church The preaching is being done by the Rev Bowden of CovingtonA many from here attended theII State Fair The Rev B A Brandon preached his last sermon here for the conference year Sunday He announced that heI would not return next year He hasII lifted a heavy church debt and reports J assessments paid iin full Some excitement was caused Sunday morning by the burning of the old corn crib near the S A Pate old mill site When discovered it was thought to be a dwelling up in town Edgar Goodman our water melon king is also a capital tobacco raiser He won two 25 prizes on dark tobacco at the State Fair besides another small 1 er prize Mr and Mrs M H Beard left Mon day for a visit to Lexington and other Bluegrass points Jesse Whitwortha member of the County Board of Education is visiting his eleven schools in company with Supt Pile Mrs Ann Simpson of Monticello is the guest of her cousin Judge N Mc MercerMr and Mrs Horace Yates were in Louisville last week Mrs Yates returned with a stock of millinery which she is showing at her home Mr Joe B Mattingly who will shortly move to town from beyond Kirk is having another story put to hishouse He will occupy the Jeff Mattingly property opposite W F Hooks Newspaper Improving The Cannelton Enquirer is under going a decided improvement in every way and the News is glad to see its Hoosier coworker progress PROGRAM Sunday School Rally To Be Held At Kirk Sunday Sept 27 1000 DevotionalRev PC Long 1030 The Sunday Schools Place in I ground are spread And with solemn rI EducationProf Joel H Pile 050 The Need of Pastors and Parents CooperationRev J W 1120 Song 1130 The Teacher and His Work Chasteen Kinnerson 1145 How to Win and Hold Young Men in The Sunday SchoolW D Smith NOON 100 Song and Prayer Service Rev B A Brandon 120 The International Henderson 200 The School As An Investment For GoodJess Whitworth 230 Sunday School ZealProf Warner 300 Song 310 Music in Sunday SchoolMrs Thomas Gregory 320 The Mission of The School1Uss Tula Daniel All Sunday School workers and friends are invited to attend and help us to make this a most pleasant and pro fitabl T3ay Come one come all that we may learn more of this great work C L Bruington Pres- RobtWeatherford V P Cora Matthews Secy One Little Candle The first anniversary of the birthday of little Miss Jane Lamar Sawyer was celebrated at the home of her parsers Mr and Mrs Joe Sawyer In honor of the occasion several of her friends were entertained to dinner who were Misses Gensie Wills Susette and Frances Sawye Alice Cleo Eubanks Mr and Mrs Z F Sawyer Mrs Dunn and Mrs Benton Eubanks PLANKBEHENWEDDING Miss Grace Mae Plank Becomes the Bride of Mr Ira D BehenTo be Mar ried This Morning THE REV CURRIE OFFICIATES This morning at 9 oclock in the Methodist Episcopal churcn South the marriage of Miss Grace Mae Plank to Mr Ira D Behen will be solemnized in the presence of their friends and relatives The wedding march will be rendered on the vocation by Miss Mar garet Bennett Burn and the Rev B M Currie will officiate There will be no attendants and immediately after the ceremony the bridal couple will leave on the 10 oclock train for an Eastern trip IMiss Mamie DeHaven attended State Tho dead Mrs James Goods For This Season Will Excel Past Exhibits Saturday night Mrs James Cordrey returned home after spending several days in Cincinnati buying fall milli nery She was assisted by Mr Harding who is one of the best known hat drum mers from Cincinnati Mrs Cordrey says she did not buy as large a bill as usual but her hats this n better class better ma terial and the most reliable styles Her pattern hats are exquisite and some of them very gorgeous The prices will be most reasonable and each hat was given personal attention The friends of Miss Ashley who had charge of Mrs trimming de partment last spring will delighted to learn that she will arrive here this week Her beautiful taste and artistic talent was quite pleasing to Mrs Cor dreys many customers Capt McClery Here Capt T F McClery who has charge of a Government boat on the Ohio for six months was at this port Monday He was here in the interest of making a contract with the merchants to run a boat regularly between Leavensworth and Tell City especially for them and their business As yet he has made I any definite plans I I Fred Fraize went to Cincinnati Monday I K Last Wednesday afternoon the strong K P Nine from Hawesville met defeat at the hands of the local lodge in an interesting game by the scores of 4 to 12 Furrow and Carr did the twirling Epleys batting was a feature of the game He swatted out one three and two twobase hits The local lodge will go to Hawesville today for the second game The Hawesville team is preparing to give them a warm recep tion 01Simons Honored Just recently Dr A A Simons was indirectly offered the as First Assistant in the Hopkinsville Asylum and was assured of getting it if he so desired On account of his here Dr Simons did not entertain any idea of the place Nice Addition Mr and Mrs Mike Hendrick are hav ing their country home near town handsomely improved They have had a diningroom kitchen and porch added Mr Fallen has the r THE OF THE DEAD I 1 FairEXQUISITE TIMESSTAR GIN a On round c Hughes WorkT- B Sunday Sunday MiscellaneousSong Sunday MILLINERY Cordreys Millinery season are Cordreys be not Ps DEFEATED position practice accepting superintended work camping CHICAGO TRIMMER Miss Agnes Brophy Will Render Services in the Trimming Department at Mrs Polks Store The very best opportunities will be given to the women of Cloverport and Breckenridge county for procuring their fall and winter hats by Mrs Lucy Polk who has just returned home Mrs Polk has beenin Chicago for several days where she bought her millinery goods for the coming season Her stock contains the most exclusive and beautiful styles Miss Brophy arrived from Chicago Saturday night to take charge of Mrs Polks trimming She is an expert trimmer and Mrs Polk made a stren uous effo t to get her for Cloverport Little Hawes Juuge and Mrs Lucious P Little an nlounce the engagement of their daugh r Laura to Mr George Bright awes Owensboro Inquirer i New Boat in The Trade i Messrs O C Whitehead of Tobin port and James B Ostrander of Louisville pilot on the Str Tarascon now laid up at Hughes bar this side of New Albany i have chartered the Paul Eaasoline boat owned at Stephensport md have placel her in the Cannel ton and Owensboro trade They will carry ai barge and will solicit freight and lassengers Cannelton Telephone WAS BRECKENRIDGES HONORED1 CITIZEN Henry E Dellaven Falls Asleep In Death As Night Dawned Sunday Evening EIGHTYFIVE YEARS OF AGE Henry E DeHaven is dead He died at 716 Sunday evening at the home of his daughter Mrs W R Moorman near Glendeane where he was living It is not necessary to give an obituary of Mr DeHaven in the columns of the News for the story of his life is known well to every citizen in Breckenridge and the counties surrounding not be cause he was eightyfive years of age but for the reason that his life reached out to others in so many helpful ways He was a man among men and was as firm as a nail driven in a wall His principles were high his ideals were beautiful and he MhumanityHe was born September 23 1823 in this county In 1857 he married Miss Sallie Wortham Only two children Mrs W R Moorman of Glendeane and W I DeHaven of Millwood sur viveMr DeHaven was the oldest member of the Masonic lodge at Hardinsburg and had also been a member of the Baptist church for twenty years The funeral of the deceased was held from the Glandeane Baptist church Monday conducted by the Rev James Lewis and the interment took place at Leitchfield yesterday morning at 10 oclock The deceased was laid to rest near his wife who died four years ago The honorary pallbearers were Judge Miller Hon G W Beard John P Haswell Sr J F Owen J H Pile and Dr R F Dempster The active pallbearers were T J Moore Jesse Whitworth Amos Board Franklin Kincheloe Arthur Smith and W C Moorman ANDREW CRAWFORD Is Not For Open SaloonsMakes Decided Statement Editor Breckenridge News Dear SirI am informed that it is currently reported that I am in favor of an open saloon I do not know what I may have said in a moment of de spondency but I wantit to be distinct ly understood that I never have or do I ever expect to vote for an open saloon Of two evils choose the least ttIwould rather have a down blind tigers than one licensed saloon Yours truly Andrew Crawford Stophantport Ky Sept 21 1906 Mr Hendrick III Luther Hendrick one of the oldest citizens in town is ill at his home on t hillWarfield Hendricks of Mike arrived here Friday to see him Fine Visit Aunt Teelie Dean has returned home from a most pleasant visit to relatives in LaRue county Aunt Teelie was met here Wednesday by her husbanduncle Ben Dean and after spending a few hours in town they returned home There are no colored people who have as many good friends as they have Asks for Divorce Carey Whitebead asks for a divorce from Kate Whitehead They are residents of Tobin township Allegations not obtainable papers taken from the office of the clerk at present Cannel ton Enquirer Mrs Whitehead before her marriage was Miss Kate Wosen a charming young woman She has visited friends in this City and is well known here Miss Balee Weds Mrs Thos Tousey has recived a nvitation to the marriage of Miss Ma mie Babe and Mr Thos Allison Ogil rielThe wedding will take place a Mrs Eades home in Chattanooga Sept ember the thirtieth Miss Balee iid deaf and dumb and remarkably accomp fished I BEAUTIFULPARTIES Miss Grace Mae Prank has been honored during the last few days with some if not the prettiest parties that have ever been extended a bride in this city Accounts of them are as follows Thursday afternoon a fruit shower was given her by Mrs James Younger and Miss Louise Babbage After the guests arrived at Mrs Youngers they were invited across the lawn by Miss Babbage to a Heart Hunt at her home It took place in the parlor which was gorgeously decorated in autumn foliage The colonial mantel was banked in huge bunches of golden rod and thirteen sun flowers hung from the chandelier At the end of the string tied to each blossom was a hidden heart and each guest was directed to unwind the thread until she had found the treasure on which was written her fortune Miss Plank luckily found the heart with the ring Miss Eva Plank the money heart iss Ray Heyser the thimble and Miss Bowmer discovered the darning needle The bride was gladden by many cans of rare fruit which she re ceived just before the refreshments were served in the dining room at the Younger home 000- Weather SeptemberMicellaneous showers from MfollowedweatherlikeinvitationissuedHarris andaccepted by quite a number of Miw Planks best friends The occasion was one of continuous showers qf pleasures during the entire party The blindfold thelibrarypurposelythe kercheif was placed eyesshegiftsAboutguests were in vited diningroom luncheoniwas most attractive Japanese parashutt and new rubber boots occupied the center The place cards were paper parasols and the idea of a shower was uniquely carried opt in every detail 000 complimentedMissA kitchen shower The entertainment was very novel and furnished much pleasure to every one present as well- as the guest of honor Mrs Conrad was assisted in entertaining by Mrs Sam Conrad Mrs Ridgewav Mrs Wickliffe DeHaven and Miss Kate Oglesbv The guests almost titled a book with recipes for the bride t besides giving her many nice presents Miss Plank assisted by her friends was kept busy for some time hunting clothes pins and to each pin was tied a spoon a pan or something very convenient for the kitchen and laundry Just before the girls made their departure most delici Due ices and cakes were handed them 000 Miss Mamie DeHaven was a charm ing hostess yesterday morning to a re ception at her home on the hill given complimentary to Miss Plank The hours from 10 to 12 oclock were most pleasantly spent by the honored guest and her friends TURN PIKE READY Dr Newsom Spends Money and Time on Road Way Between This City And County Seat Improvements on the Hardinsburg Turn pike have now been completed and the present condition of the road is splendid for traveling The best method of improving the pike was used and the repairing that was done has been commended The road in the future will be well cared for and Breckeuridce county will have the best kind of a pike Dr Newsom has expended not a few hunderd dollars to improve the roads and the results have been decidedly good ILL In Kansas Information has been recived that withna stroke of apoplexy September 14 at Istnot expected to recover L M Rush renewed his subscription to the News Monday Mr Rush says Jack Frost will come next week I 21 + f j AI J t f t I I i n fc T f ti t i I I r j i r t I ffi ih f Lol I a r i t tI i o 1 1 janeCableCopyrF prpppq O Or0 O400 O4 CHAPTER X I ITHE offices of Jamos Ban were two floorsi I thoso of Robertson Rigby in the U The morning after Graydoit Banse mors important visit to the home of the Cables Kdille Deever lounged into Rlgbvs presence He seemed relievedi to find that the stenographer was illI and would not be down that day The lanky youngster studiously inspected the nrrny of lnv hooks In the cases for Rome time occasionally casting a sly giince at Bully At lust he ventured a remark somewhat out of the ordi nary for hit That old man up in Bansemers of fice fete on my nerves Bald he 8t1 tling his bug frame in a chair and I breaking in upon Blgbys attention suddenly that the lawyer was 10JJ into a quick look of Interest Old Droom What do you know about him- Nothing I in particular of course j Only be sort of Jars me when he talks I Rigby saw that the young man had something on his mind I I did not know that you were per J fOUl friends ventured RIgby I Friends snorted Bddlo Holy I mackerel Ho scares the life out of me I know him In a business way I j jj- I thats all He came down here three I woeks ago and borrowed some books 1 for Bansemer I had to go up and got ant yesterday Ho told mo to sit down while he looked up the books I was there halt an hour and ho talked all the time By Jlng He makes your blood run cold He said he had set 1 aekle In his will the sum of a hundred dollars to build a church for the honest t oman That will be a pretty small church says I It will be a small congregation my son says he What few real honest men we have will has It Is I of What sort of Inutnew don Jr ZtaHM mer lwandkII itate to attend for fear of being ostrari diod by society Gee wills MrD Droom thats pretty hart on society I IIi I says I laughing Oh for that matter I have already delivered my eulogy onCI society says he But it aint dead Bays I Oh yes Its so rotten it mUltb surely be dead says he in tho nastiest way I over heard lies a fearful old j man Mr RIgby He made a mean reofJj mark about that Mrs David Cable I What did ho say quickly demand ed BobbIEpars about how she was breaking into society I knew her In Now York years ago says he Sho wasnt fash ionablo then Now shes so swell that shell soon be asking Cable to build a mansion at Rose Lawn cemetery be cause all of tho fashionables go there Pretty raw eh Mr Rigby uOh hes an old blatherskite Eddie They talk that way when they get old and grouchy So lie knew Mrs Cable in New York eh What else did bo say about her- Nothing Is much Oh yes ho did say In that nasty way of Ills that he saw hor on the street tbe other day chatting with one of the richest swells In Chicago He didnt say who he was 6xcept that he was the man who once made his wife wit up all night in tile day coach while be slept In tho only It berth to be bad un the train Do you know who that could be Im afraid Droom was romancing said Bobby with a smile Say Mr Rigby said Eddie earnestly what sort of business does Mr Bansemer handler RIgby had difficulty In controlling his oxpresslon 611 was wondering because while I was there yesterday a girl I know came out of tho back room where sho had boon talking to Bansemor Shes no good Very likely store was consulting him about something said Rigby hotly She soaked a frloiid of min for n j thousand when she was singing in the chorus rhone of the theaters here Do you know her wo- lfIordd see something of her at ana tlmn Say dont mention it torr 0 Rosio will OU1 Sties not strong for chorus girls said Eddie anxiously A few days ago I saw a woman come out of his office heavily veiled She wa crying because I could hear tho sobs I dont go much on Bansomer Mr Rugby Dam him ho called me a pup one tiny when I took a message up for Judge Smith See here Eddie said Rigby loan ing forward suddenly Ive hoard twoI Ior three queer things about Banseraor I want you to tell mo all you hoar from Droom and all that you see Dont you think you could cultivate acquaintance n bit Keep this very quiet not n word to anybody It ma moan something in the end Gee whiz murmured Eddie his eyes wide with interest From that day on he and Bobby Rigby wore I allies even conspirators Later in tbe dry Rigby had a telo phone message from Graydon Banse mer suggesting that they lunch to gether All he would say over the wire was that he would some day soon ex poet Rigby to perform a happy service 1for him Bobby understood and was troubled He suspected that Graydon had asked Jane Cable to marry him and tint she had consented He loved Graydon Bansemer but for tbe first time in their acquaintance he found himself wondering If tbe eon were not playing into the fathers hands in this most desirable matrimonial venture With a shudder of repugnance he put the thought from him loyal to that good friend and comradeIJames Banseraer came into his office late that morning Ho had not seen Graydon the night before but at break fast the young man announced his good fortune and asked for his bless- Ing To his sons surprise tho elder man did not at once express his ap proval For a long time ho sat silent anti preoccupied to all appearance nar rowly studying his sons taco until the young man was constrained to laugh in his nervousness You love her you aro very surer asked the father at last Better than my life cried Graydon warmly She lies good blood in hor said Bansomor senior slowly almost ab sentlyI say so Hor fathor is aJJ wonderful Yes I lUanII without taking his oyos from the face IOn811I But you dont say whether you ap prove or disapprove complained Gl1YJI donWould dli1II Not In the least father I love herI Id hate to displease you in III Then of course I approve s ldti the other with his warmest smlloII Jane is a beauty cudi am prowl ofll her jGraydonj j I caut very well contradict her fu ture husband said the lawyer There was a hungry look in his eyes ns UP glanced from time to time at the faceh tho boy who had his mothers un i forgettable eyes j A messenger brought Mrs Cables note to Bansemei soon after his nrIi I val at the office He and Elms j woro In the back office when j the boy came They had been discussing tho contents of a letter that j In the early mall The lawyer accepted the note and dismissed the I with the curt remark that beewould telephone ati answer In persons It looks to me ns though this is go g to be a rather ticklish nffalrII Droom resumed utter the boy had the outer door behind him mind was on Mrs Cables A queer smile hung on his lipsc Im rather touched by her astute j ness he said Shes cleverer than I thought Oh suddenly remembering that It was not Mrs Cables letter they i were discussing you always see the dreary side of things Elms I havent forgotten Now York said the clerk dryly Ah but Chicago Isnt Now York j you know Well I was Just reminding you This man Is going to fight back that plainThats i what Mrs Norwood prom ised to do also Ellis But she was like a lamb In the end ii- I wouldnt be very proud of that af fair If I wore you See here Droom youre getting a trifle too familiar of late I dont like said Bansemer sharply I beg your pardon Me Bansemor Bald Droom scraping his foot across the floor and looking straight past his mas ItcauseI 1 Graydons account for you to be driven from Chicago at this time You see ho thinks you are beyond reproach Curse your impudence Droom T i wont bo spoken to in that way exclaimed Bausomer white with sudden rage and loathing Am I to expect my discharge sir asked Droom rubbing his hands aL 1 Joctly but looking squarely Into Ban Bomcrs eyes for the first time in their acquaintance Bansomer glared back for an Instant and then shrugged his 11 11WeI11 1 I I O- By George Barr McCuicheon Author of Beverly of Graustark Etc CYOrO Speaking of Graydon no is to DC mar vied before long I trust ho Is to do well sir Grays don Is a fine boy He Is to marry David Cables daugh ter Indeed I did not know that David Cable had u daughter You know whom I moan Jane Ca ble ne turned rather restlessly con scions that Drooms eyes were follow ing him to the window He glanced again at Mrs Cables note and waitedI saidaDroom after n long pause girlyShes beautiful accomplished nndIwoll shes thoroughbred said Ban somer steadily turning to face the old mrlDIIt is not necessary to remind you that liar parents are unknown sllidjj DroomStill wild Bansemer and he sat I down and leaned forward eagerly she I i has good blood from both sides 1 Yesthe so called best I You speak as if you know tho i1 truth I I think yes Im sure I know I have known for twenty years Mr Bansemer I had the same means as you of finding out whoso child she was Thats more than Mrs Cable knows She did not take the trouble to Ins voetlgate Its too late now I dont believe you really know the names of her father and mother said Bansemer shrewdly You aro trying to trick me into telling you what I do knowIThere are portraits of her ancestors hanging in Fifth avenue said Droom promptly Hero and he picked up nII pencil Ill write the initials of parents You do the same and wollIJ see that they tally He quickly scratched four letters on a pad of pa per Bansemer hesitated and then slowly wrote the initials on the back I Itl of an envelope Without a word theyJl exchanged tho papers After n moment c they both smiled In relief Neither had been tricked The Initials were Identi of cnlsI Imagine tho ancestors hanging in FiltH avenue would bo amazed If they know the story of Jane said Droom with a chuckle I doubt It Droom Ancestors have stories too and they tide thorn By tho way now that your son is to marry her Id like to know Just what game is oBnniemcrhis steely eyes blazing 1 Game There is no game Listen toFDroom Well settle this now Im lard man but Ive tried to bo a good People have called me heart loss So be it But I love that boy ofItmine What little heart I have bOo 01longsho Is concerned Some tiny per liMpS hell find out the kind of n mnnIbeen to others but can always remember that I was fair and honest with him Hell despise my methods and hell spurn my money but hell have to love me Jane Cable Is not the girl I would here chosen for him but sho Is good and true and he loves hors For the first time In his life Elias Droom shrank beneath tho eyes of his master He hinted James Bansemer from the bottom of his wretched soul but he could not but feel at this mo anent a touch of admiration Through all the years of their asso Elias Droom had hated Ban because he was qualified to be the master because he was successful forceful because he had loved and been loved because they had been classmates but not equates In the bitterness of his heart he had lain awake on nights praying but not to his God that the time would come when he could stand ascendant over this steely master Only his unswerving loyalty to n duty once assumed kept him from crushing Bansemor with exposure years before But Droom was not n traitor He remained standing lifting Ms eyes after a brief shift ing study of his bony hands You have nothing to fear from me he sold Your boy Is the only being in tho world that I care for He hates me Everybody hates me But It doesnt matter I asked whet your game was because we know Janes father and mother Thats all Mrs David Cable Ipresume can be preyed upon withafoty Mrs Cable has much to lose sig nificantlyAnd much to pay with a moaning look That Is her affair Droom- I wouldnt press her too hard cau tioned Droom Shes a woman Never fear Im going there for dinner tonight Its a family affair By the way heres a letter from a dis- tinguIshed political leader He suggests that I act on tho city central committee for tho coming year They heard some one at the outer door at that moment and Droom gild ed forth from the inner room to greet the visitor It was Eddie Deover Say Mr Droom do you suppose Mr Bansomor would object If I sat down for a few minutes to look over his books on Famous Crimes In His emI his seat at the Jesk CHAPTER XI rs EVE HAL weeks later Ed die Deever announced quite breathlessly to Rig by that he was going to visit Drodm In his Wells street rooms The two had found n Joint affinity In Napoleon although It became necessary for the law studeiii to sit up late at night neglecting other literature In order to established anything like an adequate acquaintance with the lamented Cor sican RIgby was now morally certain that James Bansemer was all that Harbort had painted To his surprise however the man was not openly suspected by other members of the bar Ho had been accepted as a mnn of power and ability Certainly he was too clever to expose himself and too wary to leave peepholes for others engaged in that business RIgby wrs debating the wisdom of going to Bansemer with his accusations and the secret advice to leave the city before anything hap pened that might throw shame upon Graydou The courage to do the thing alone was lacking Graydon was full of his happiness He had asked RIgby to act as his best man in September and Bobby had promised On occasions when the two young men discussed the coming event with Jane and Miss Clegg Rig bys preoccupied air was strangely In contrast wIth tho animation of the others Graydon accused his liver and advised him to go to French Lick Far from that the old quarterback was gradually preparing himself to go to James Bansomor To himself he was saying us he put off the disagreeable task from day to day Hell kick out of the office and thats all the reward Ill get for my pains Graydon will hate me In the end James Bansemer had proposed n trip 1 Europe as a wedding Journey a- jfrom himself but Graydon de J ined He would not take an oxton sire leave of absence from the office Clegg Groll Davidson at this of his career L he morning after his visit to the abode of Elms Droom Eddie Doeve strolled Into the office of Bobby RIgby He looked ns though ho had sport n sleepless night Mr RIgby was out but Miss Keating was at home She was scathingly polite to her delinquent admirer Eddies visits of Into to the had not icon of n social clmrac ut tor He devoted much of his time to low toned conversations with RIgby If ew wero the occasions when he lounged affably upon her typewriting desk as of yore You look as If youd had a night of remarked Rosle Eddie yawned Dont sit on my desk you see thc o letters Gee youre getting touchy t f late 1 move the letterssNo you wont she objected Be sides It doesnt look well What Itll some one should touts in suddenly I Well it wouldnt be the first time I got out suddenly would it Ho re tamed his soot on the desk Say wheres RIgby You mean Mr RIgby Hes out Gee youre also snippy Well give him my regards So long I He was unwinding bin long legs lIre paratory to n descent from his perch DnatrusJiJ she said aulckly He SHECHEAPESIPER fAR ROOfN If you average the cost price of JM ASBESTOS ROOFING over the period of years it is in service you will see that JM is cheaper to use than any other prepared roofing Being made of Asbestos an indestructible mineral it is permanently durable and as it does not require any coating or painting its first cost is the only cost Easily applied by anyone ASBESTOSIDE is an Asbestos Sheathing and is the most eco nomical durable and easily applied siding known Ask for samples and prices H W JohnsManville Company 217231 Claybourn St Milwaukee WIs rewound his logs and yawned Good ness youre not affected with Insomnia are you Ive got it the worst way I got awake ntS oclock this morning anti I couldnt go to sloop again to save my soul Its an awful disease Will RIgby bo back soon 1 It wont matter Hos engaged sho snapped cracking away at hor machineIve nrd there was somo prospect Shes a flue looker RubberneckSay I Im going to ask a girl to go to the theater with me said Eddie complacently Indeed Woll ask liar I dont careTomorrow night Will you go Who Mo Sure II wouldnt take anybody else you know What theater she asked with her rarest smile At that tiastant RIgby came in With out a wont Eddie popped up n bit red in the face and followed the lawyer Into tilt private room closing the door behind him Rosles ears went very plait and she pounded the keys so viciously that the machine trembled on the verge of collapse + Gee Mr RIgby that old Drooms a holy terror He kopt me there till after oclock But rm going back again soon some night Hes got an awful Joint But that Isnt what I wanted to see you about I ran across May Rosa bol that chorus girl I was telling you about Saw her downtown In n restau rant at 1 this morning She wanted to buy the drinks and said she had more money than n rabbit There was n gung with her I got her to one side and she said an uncle land Just died and left her a fortune She wouldnt say how much but It must have been quite a bunch I know all other un cles Shes got three They work out Pullman Mr Rigby and they couldnt leave 30 cents between them they all died at once After hearing this Rugby decided to confront Bansomor at once It died not occur to him until Inter that the easiest and most effective way to drive Banao met froiChlcago without scandal was through Elas Droom When thi thought came to him however he reJ- oiced The new plan was to sow the of apprehension with Droom Bansemer would not be long lu reap their harvest of dismay Ten ap parently Innocent words from EddieI Doover would open Droonrs eyes to the dangers ahead Voting Mr Deever met with harsh disappointment when he came forth to renew his conversation with Rosh Keating She was chatting at the tele phone her face wreathed In smiles Thank you she was saying it will be so nice I was afraid I had an engagement for tomorrow night but I havent Everybody says Its n per fectly lovely play Im crazy to see It What About T30 It takes nearly half an hour down on time Clark street cable Slowest old thing ever AllI right Goodby Then she hung up the receiver and turned upon Eddie who stood aghast near the desk Oh I thought youd gone Say what was that you were saying over the phone Didnt I ask you Im going to the theater with Mr Kempshall Why Why Why you know I askedJJ you to- You didnt specify Eddie thats all Ill go some other night with you Goodby Olackety clack went the machine throwing Insult Into his very face as It were He tramped out of the office In high dudgeon Confound this detective business anyhow he might have been heard to remark Three nights biter however ho took Rosie to the play and on thoJJ fourth night ho was Drooms guest again in the rooms across the river He was well prepared to begin the campaign of insinuation which was toI affect Bansemer In the end Sitting stiff and uncomfortable in the dingyII living room overlooking Wells street J he watched with awe the master of J the place at work on tho finishing j touches of a new invention the uses of which he did not offer to explain He was without n coat and his shirt sleeves were rolled far above tho el bows displaying long sinewy arms hairy and not unlike those of tho orang outang Eddie had seen In Lin coin park Ive got a lit w way of inflicting the death penalty the gaunt old man said slipping Into a heavy quilted dressing gownlTlese rascals dont mind hanging or the penitentiary But Ire was without a coat and lets shirt sleeves wore rolled far above the elbows if they thought tholr bodies would be everlastingly destroyed by quicklime theyd hesitate before killing their fel low men But they already bury thorn In quicklime In England said Eddie loftilyYes but not until after theyre dead said Droom with a cackle He grinned broadly at the sight of tho youths horror struck face Go ahead and smoke my boy Ill light my pipe Make yourself at home I keep the window clqscd to keep out the sound of those 1Wells street cars Its good of you to come over hero and cheer up an old mans evenings ImIm not used to it ho said with n whitful JYoua lot of children Mr Droom snl EddIe with characteristic thoughtlessness Droom stirred tho lire and scowled Were you ever married No I dont believe in marriage said Droom sullenly I saw the girl today that young Graydon Bansemer Is to marry Miss Cable Say shes swell isnt she said Eddie Tho old man slunk Into his chairShes very pretty Mr Graydon in troduced me to her Geel was all Eddie could say They wore crossing Wells street down below here on the way home from a nickel platers In Indiana street I saw her years ago but she didnt re member me I didnt expect It how everIhow could she have forgotten you Oh shed have forgotten her moth er at that ago She was but three months old I dont think she liked me today Im not what you call a ladles man grinned Elias puffing at his pipe as he picked up the volumes on Napoleon Eddie laughed politely butuncomfortablyHow Mr Droom Im ns old as Methuselah Aw go way When he was a boy laughed Elias enjoying hi a quip Immensely Miss Cable seems to be very fond of Grays don That will last for a couple of years and then shell probably be like twothirds of the rest of em Other men will be paying attention to her and she looking for admiration every where Youd bo surprised to know how much of that Is going on In Chi cago Women cant seem to bo satls fled with one husband They must have another one or two usually somebody elses You talk like a society man Mr DroomWell rye mot a few society men professionally And women too for that matter Look out for a sensa tional divorce case within tho next few weeks Its bound to come unless things change a good deal Terribly nasty affair Is Mr Bansemer Interested asked Eddie holding tight to his chair Oh no Wo dont go In for that sort of thingI it Mr Bansemor knows about time mistake that caino near hap pening to him a week or two ago I got hold of through a boy that works lit the Unit d States marshals office said Eddie cold as Ice now that he was uponhimWhat mistake What do you mean It would have been a rich Joke on Mr Bauscmor Seems that some law yer Is likely to be charged with black mall and they got Mr Bausemers name mixed up In It some way Of course nothing came of it butl Just wondered if anybody had told him of the closo call hed had XXrnmvu stmntl straight JjejfiUd the Continuedi on Page Seven j l + 11 i K t + w c ifih ilA i 1 Lill kl i l e f r w s i I e I iI J riI NEED OF GOOD ROADSI art of a Transporting MachineTheir Neglect Mars the WholeIir liTo appreciate the e roads In America one should consider the road as part of a transporting machine The machine Is composed by a horse a wagon and a road If any one of the three is poor the machine is poor and ineffective Only a small load can be drawn and that slowly Ve have been spending thousands of lars building up the breed of dolI and improving wagons and have lowed the roads to run down and offset our costly upbreeding Is it not time we stopped and considered the common sense course to build up all three simultaneouslyThis presentation of the ne cessity of good roads was offered by Horatio S Earle the candidate for governor of Michigan on the Republic an ticket to the nutolsts roadnmkcrs Goon AND DAD ItOAD CONTRASTED and farmers which recently held a con vention at Buffalo and it aptly fits they case making a profound impression on the farmers present The same situation exists when the motive pow er of the vehicle is furnished by an engine he continued so that autolsts and farmers are at one on the good roads question The automobile needs a perfect road to accomplish all it Is capable of accomplishing Then let us be sensible and provide the possi bility of getting the best out of it The antagonism of the farmer to the automobilist Is entirely unwarranted There are some farmers who are as offensive as some automobilists The product of the automobile fac toritfs of Michigan sold for 18000000 In a year and 75 per cent came Stan outside the state from the rich and well to do It went to stockholders 6i1l employees and through them to the stores and farmers The Industr mad possible by the users of automo biles aiennt a great deal to the farm ers of itaichlgan and It means as much to the farmers of many other states MANrJOS GOOD ROAD Minnesota City Has Made a Mudless and Dustless Pavement Mankato Minn has solved the problem of finding a durable pavement at small expense and one that can be used on steep grades as readily as on a level surface First the driveway was narrowed to thirty feet curbed guttered and boule yarded Then it was excavated to the depth of six Inches and surfaced Five Inches of dry crushed limestone one and a half to two inches in diameter was put on and rolled down with a ten ton roller Boiling tar from the local gas works I was applied until the entire surface was covered Then says the Cement Age a layer of broken stone an inch to an inch and a quarter in diameter mixed with coarse gravel was applied on the surface In proportion of three parts of stone to one of gravel This was first mixed dry on a platform and then thoroughly mixed with hot tar and applied on the surface two inches thick and tamped into place to conform with the surface of the street Dry domestic cement was then ap plied to the surface nnd the street was again rolled Then n coating of sand was applied and the roller again used The pavement was allowed to stand for two weeks before the street was thrown open to travel The cost was SO cents a lineal foot to the property owners on each side of the street or rather would have been had the entire cost been assessed against them The street has a practically waterproof pavement six inches thick and it is impossible for the clements to attack the surface The pave ment has now stool two winters and shows not the slightest wear It gives off no dust In summer although it is not sprinkled Automobiles and Good Roads The automobile has become the most Important factor In the upbuilding of our public highways and has led to the reconstruction of more miles of good roads than any other conveyance ever introduced While It may be true that it is more destructive of highways than any other vehicle it is equally true that automobiling Is only pleasurable upon the best roads man can construct Thus it must and shall be that the more automobiles we use the better will our roads become for all classes of vehicles and traffic How OH Saved the Rock Roads I am busy day and night repairing washouts in the rock roads because of the heavy rains Oscar Koehler coun ty surveyor said the other morning at Kansas City There is no doubt In my mind that the oiling of the rock roads Is a great economy There has not been a single washout Jn the roads that were oiled Tho oil serves to pack the gravel BO that It resists the erosion of the good waters I TURKISH ARMY OFFICERS They Are Neither Loved Nor Respected by Their Men Very seldom If he can help It does onIlooks upon his horse merely as a meth od of locomotion He has no affection TheIown and being generally bad riders and without military qualities which wduld raise them in the estimation of their men they are neither loved nor respected by them Married officers keep entirely to themselves such things as Invitations to one anothers houses being unknown and the only occasions upon which officers meet to gether at all are on the days of assem bly when they are called together for the sultans birthday or accession cele brationsThe of the lower ranks Is as small as that of the superior officers Is high The young cavalry officer who makes a good impression on his entry into the service soon falls to pieces through want of occupation either of mind or body The greater part of the morning and evening he sits over his coffee and cards or dominoes There are but few newspapers and those that do exist are so severely censored by the government that they contain little but weather statistics gazettes and announcements of the be stowal of decorations What the Turkish officer really thor oughly enjoys is a gramophone In struments playing the waltzes and reproducing the music hall songs of all the cities of Europe are in the greatest possible request chiefly because they mako music without any personal trou ble Chicago News Where Bullets Flew David Packer of Fayette N Y a veteran of the civil war who lost a foot at Gettysburg says Tin good Elec tric Bitters have done is worth more than five hundred dollars to me I spent much money doctoring for a bad case of stomach trouble to little pur pose I then tried Electric Bitters and they cured me I now take them as a tonic and they keep me strong and well GOc at Severs Drug Co A Poor Witness- A negro who was accused of larceny aha had been making a good defense called as a witness at his trial an old negress to testify that his reputation was good She looked like a picture of a mammy from the books And what Is his reputation for truth and honesty asked the negros lawyerGood suh good she said nodding her head emphatically Suppose said the assistant district attorney that he told you that be had 1000 In the bank would you believe him- I suttinly would not she replied stamping her foot The Jury convicted the negroNew York Sun OLD VILLAGE LOCKUP Quaint Structures For Confinement d- Rogues and Vagabonds Several villages in the midlands pos sess in more or less ruined state their old parish lockups commonly known as roundhouses Brecdon n Leicestershire village close to the South Derbyshire border possesses Its lockup a quaint stone building eighteen feet high and eight fleet six Inches diameter Inside Tile walls are fifteen inches thick The door Is of stout oak studded with many large Iron nails The lock is very strong and the key hole Is covered with an Iron plate which itself has to be unlocked by a spanner before the door key can be Inserted Ventilation Is afforded Ijy small holes punched In an Ion plate conItorAt Worthington the next village to Breedon the old lockup Is a seven sided brick building badly in need of restoration an opportunity for nrclme ologlsts which it is hoped will not be missed Both nt Breedon and Worth ingtou those diminutive disused pris ons are on the roadside adjacent to the pound or pinfold so that the constable had conveniently side by side the strayed cattle and any human rogues or vagabonds he hind charge of There are similar old lockups at Smlsby and Ticknall two villages close to Lelces tershire Sheffield England Telegraph To Be Happy you must have good health You cant have good health if your liver is not doing it s dutyslow but sure poisoning cirI cum a perfectly healthy liverkeeps the stomach find bowels right and acts as a tonic for the entire system Sold by A R Fisher He Who Laughs Last A very fat lady got on the train and as she was taking the seat In front of two young men the would be funny man said Look at that fat woman In front of us Shes been eating yeast And this Joke they both enjoyed hugely At the next station the Joker got off but as he was passing the fat lady she stopped him and said Young man If you had eaten more yeast you would have had better raising and been better bred and this Joke the other passengers are still repeating Cleveland Plain Dealer 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 house arrest him at once with Ballards Horehound Syrup It may mean con sumption if you dont A cure for all coughs coldq and chest troubles Price 25c 50c and 100 per bottle Sold by A P Fisher BLusJIF YOU CANI It Is a Sign of an Active Brain De clares a Scientist Sir Arthur Mitchell K C B of Ed inburgh who knows much that Is strange about dreams laughter and other commonplace human characteristics has advanced the consoling theory that blushing Is an achievement of which every one who can blush should be proud lie says It requires brains to blush Idiots cannot blush neither can ani maths Sir Arthur calls attention to the facMhnt tiny infants do not blush although they learn to nt an early age Just as soon In fact as the brain be gins to exorcise Its functions In blushing he says the mind always must be affected It Is always and only a bodily expression of a mentall stateIt I Is a natural thing for a blusher to say that he had tried not to blush I No Individual blushes of his own freewill Tin blush arises without call instantaneously and vanishes almost as quickly Neither for Its coming nor Its going Is there any exercise of you tion IIt is controlled Sir Arthur says solely by the brain and Is a positive sign that there Is an active brain there New York World Boissiers High Priced Autograph- A good BolsslcrRennn anecdote IIs told by a French paper One day Bois sier arrived at Renans home with n beaming face saying Now Ill tell you a piece of news that will humiliate you My autograph has fetched a high er price than yours That docs not surprise me Renan said serenely And where did you hear this It then turned out that at an auction a day or two before a Renan autograph had been sold for 3 francs and a Bolsslcr for 5 Well Renan went on now let me tell you the reason There were three faults In the spelling of your letter which Is now lying hero on my writing table A friend of mine was at the auction and made a higher bid for the letter after noticing the artificial gems that adorned your prose He brought It to me in order that I might return it to you Instead of reaching the public which might get a bad impres sion of the accomplishments of mem bers of the French academy Got Near It A primary teacher was presenting to her class selections from the story of Hiawatha preparatory to taking up tin Hiawatha Primer The story was prefaced by a few remarks In regard to the poet and his love for children In reviewing the lesson she asked How many remember the name of the poet who wrote this story Up went many hands You may tell us Sarah added the I teacher noticing the little one wildly waving her hand in her intense eager ness to respond Mr Longlegs said the child with evident pride Lipplncottg ITHE SCOURING RUSH IA Qbier Plant That Can Bo Changed Into a Mineral The scouring rush Equlsetum hie male Is an interesting plant which has boon put to practical use In old times its hollow flinty stems were In great repute for kitchen cleaning purposes The stems are hollow and are easily separated at the Joints If one would satisfy himself as to the peculiar property that first suggested the use of this rush for scouring purposes he has only to draw n Joint across the edge of his teeth to find It like a file A very pretty chemical experiment is frequently mode with the rush If one takes a small vial of nitric acid Into which any ordinary lead IIs Immersed ho will quickly see It dissolve literally eaten up by tho acid But what does the scouring rush do under such circumstances Immediately upon its Introduction to the acid the sizzling process begins The green pulp of the stem is gradually consumed tho tube however still retaining Us shape becoming paler and paler In color until after a few hours the specimen Is transformed into a pure white alabasterlike column which defies any further attack from the acid On taking It from the vial and wash ing It carefully In running water the operator holds In his hands a beautiful tube of pure glassy flint or silex an object of great microscopic beauty of construction The scouring rush is no longer a vegetable but a mineral and in observing its skeleton of stone the secret of Its utility as a scouring brush Is easily understood New York Tribune Had a Close Call Mrs Ada L Croom the widely known proprietor of the Croom Hotel Vaughn Miss says For several months I suffered with a severe cough and consumption seemed to have its grip on me when a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery I began taking it and three bottles affected a complete cure The fame of this life raving cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer is world wide Sold by Severs Drug Co 50c and 81 Trial bottle free Gastronomic If you could take your choice what would you have to eat every day Well suh I spects Id have chick en fob breakfus an watermelon fob dinnerAnd what would you have for sup perLawsy boss I didnt know you was gwinter stint me I spected dat wa termelon to be null to las till bed timel Washington Star Dyspepsia is Americas curse Bur dock Blood Bitters conquers dyspepsia every time It drives out Impurities tones the stomach restores perfect di gestion normal weightand good health ooaoao oa- ooLILIo 0LI Li o 0El- L DLIoLI OUR NEW RULE o LI B 14This month we will NOT send out notices of 8- o rt expiration of thesllbscriptionsbecause the yel Q 8lowi label on the paper tells the story WhenH H your time expires renew promptly The Breck 8- B iX enridge News is becoming more popular every E- Jo day You can not afford to miss it Subscribe 0- O 0 Elandkeep up with current events 0J 0D e rt l r- Ji D Dg t S- yLI1 O I 0O t J liii LILIO Eli I a rIIlIlSTVLISII IISTillSII COMFORTABLE I Made Clothes the latest patterns for Suits IIAllTrouters in highgrade fab Clothes made by modern Fit guaranteed Mod erate prices Expel tailors employ I ed J H HUNSCHE CasperMav CoCan eltonInd JH DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- IIARDINSBURG KY Will practice his profession to all of tho Conrtdof HreckenrlURe and adjoining roan t er Special attentlollflven to cob octlucs oad cases License to practice In United States Dlftiu C juris Office vYtr Hank of Hnrdlngburc 7 IF it is the surest nnd safest place you want to have your watch repaired go to T tLEWIS he knows how and dous as he knows He has one Cof the finest collections of beautiful uptodateJEWELRY all good not shoddyat tho very lowest prices goldand silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Comehe is glad to welcome youand give you satisfaction T C Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky I L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 116 Dally Fast Train loaves Cloveroort 507 AM stops at Irvlnctcn and West Point only arrive at Louisville 725 A M NoI12lailyMall ana Eaurwts leaves Clo verport iow A M stops stall way stations arrives Louisville 1245 p to Train No 114 Dully fast malt leaves Glo verport 455 p m stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except MystIc arrives at Louisville 35 u m Train No 18 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Oloverport 810 p mL LWEST BOUND No 147 Dally Evansvlllo coacmmodatlon leaves Cloverport 6ooa m stops at all way stations arrives Evansville DOO a m Train No III Dally fast mall and express leaves Cloverrort a m stops only at Hawesvllle Lewlsport Maceo Owensboro o1tanley Spottsvlllo Reeds nender80n and Evansville arrlvett Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mall and impress dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Kvansvllle 1030 l m Stops at all station No 115 dally St Louis fast traIn leaves Olo rerport 11 OC PM arrives Evonsvllle 135 A M St Louis 1140 A M stops at Hawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 111112 113 114 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars and fi ee reclining cbalr cars on trains 115 And in bitween Louisville Kvansvllle Sad St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Trait No2 daily except Pnday leaves Kordsvlllo600 31 rrives Irvington 940 am Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Nord vtll9 330 pm arrives Irvington 530 p nTrain No6 Sunday only Pordbville700a m Irvington 935 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 11JO a m arrives Pordsvillp 355 pmTrain No5 Dally leavrslivlngton 705 p m arrives Fordsville 1015 D m The Publishers ClaimsSustainedUNITED The Publishers ft Vebstera International Dictionary nlle o that It 1ln fuottlie Mipu Ineverydetaill the purpose If adapting It to meet the larv rand severer rcquitomuita of another gvuc ra tion Wo are or tho opinion that this alUvationi most clearly aixl accurately dcauiilxs tin work tint nnfl l oeii accomplished1 unU the result that hay been readied Tins ltict iion nrv us it now staiuta has boon thon u rljly ic edited In every dotall has been coriv ucl in every part ami isadinlrubJy adapted i ucitt the Itinrvr and severer requirements e f a onrrmton which dTionds more of popular ililotflrull knowlodTO liinn tiny gcucrutum that 1 ilo world hi4Cvcrcnuilliclll- It In porlutps ituedlet8 to BiUl 1 hat we refer o C o dbttoiiary in our jmlic lal work a tot 018 llfrtxtt authority in mourucy cf il iini t1cJ88tltWilll cnuul 1 077 rij f lwtka Iy1TL YlDDON I 111mmr tF- cnARLa 1t ltowt roIlIt1p The nOON micro to TTTIBSTEJtS INTERNATIONALt DICTIONARY THC CPAND PRIZE hclfrV r IT 1 r Ivcnlnt Intornaunul LouilIH THE LATEST MID BEST nit tutu be inlereslnl in our PUIfletl PUll scid t free J a C MERRIAM CO PUCUShnJ- r 1 UwmsTt s- wttawrtrui ouatatiar rl Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good willetc Annual sales 5000 to 6000 n 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 n man with a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABAGE CJoverport Ky I Jv Y aoJ I 1 r f 1s 11h t 5 IX- f 1 f ii lthf fI J3i h IfIft I1f r l L l 1 Li iii i ii crt 4PV t rirH 11- d 1 of t Fi o I 1 I l Iii t 4 K B ti tt It fJ L fl 1 i iil Vr J t t I to 1V ff Ll r I yI It t 1 jlVj t vfI SoI t 1f 1 I r t r t i tJ iii i f J l r Li THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday ibsoription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money 11 advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct pleas notify us address subscribers should givWhen ordering a change in the their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES 1 WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1908 OF GREAT IMPORTANCE There will be a very important election held in this county next Saturday A great moral question is to be tried before the people It is a question vital to all interests and all classes It should be and is a great privilege as well as a great duty we have as voters to say by our vote that we are in favor of casting out the evil of strong drink from our county our community our homes and firesides Men voters do you realize how important this election is1 Do you realize what it means for your wives your daughters your sons and the dont wako to it The womenpeace of your families If you up andchildren of this land have borne the burdens of strong drink long enough and it is time for us who have the power in our ballot to relieve them They are the burden bearers and the sufferers from the evils of whisky We men know it those of us who have our eyes open Now let us show our manhood next Saturday Walk to the polls and put in a vote that will lift the sorrows from our women and save our boys Vote 1 vote 1 vote next Saturday for temperance Dont miss an opportunity to help along your neighbor or your community Put your shoulder to the wheel and help a good thing when you have a chance You may be getting along all right your self whisky you say dont bother you if people will let it alone it wont hurt you But it does hurt them It hurts everybody You have a chance next Saturday to help the poor fellow who hasnt the willpower you have by taking the evil from him Help him by your vote It will make you a better man to help a little now and then for those who live around you Vote for temperance next Saturday No man in this county who knows Mr Andrew Crawford of Stephonsport believes for a moment that he ever had a thought much less said that he was in favor of the open saloon No man in the county stands higher for all that is good and true in man than does Mr Crawford For thirty years the News has been going in and out of his home and town and never a word have we hoard derogatory to his character It shows how low down the whisky element gets It will say or do anything to carry its point Vote against it next Saturday We heard a mighty good young Democrat born andbred and goodbroughtenough for him and ho didnt want a change and was going to vote for Tuft And there ha greaLbig silent clement that is thinking and intend to do what this young Democratic farmer will doii The young Democracy is showing itselfi in this town It isi allI right If you believe a thing young men stand for and shout for ittt Wo are sorry to sec them tho losing their good time and enoigies onj a lost cause j Bryan is over in New York this week shaking hands withII Murphy thn Tammany Tiger and drawing big crowds He did this I same thing in 1806l and 1900IThe Louisville Packets are all tied up along the shore and on the sand bars The gasoline boats are having the time of their lives and just as buzy as bees I J There is one thing certain this drawth will end up with a rain t The river is almost dry t ONE HUNDREDDOLLARS GIVEN Irvington Baptist Women Busy During Last YearPersonal Points About People MISS LORD WILL TEACH Dr Bush will be at Irvington Fri day and Saturday October 2 and 3 John Waller of Hopkinsvtlle spent u few days last week the guest of Miss Evelyn Herndon Mrs Maurice Gilbert and little son will return to Paducah this week after biiny the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Sam Payne Mrs Nannie Wathen came dour Saturday from Louisville to spend several days at home Mrs G L Brady has returned fron Louisvillr where she was the guest of her daughter Mrs Tony McCoy during th i fair Mrs Yeager of Cloverport is the guest of her sister Mrs Ed McAfee Dr C F Marshall and brother A O Marshall of Guston left Sunda for Lexington where they will attend the meeting of the Grand Lodge or the Knights of Pythias Mrs Joe Culley left Saturday foi Cloverport for a short visit to Mrs McCracken Mr and Mrs J F Claycomb are visiting relatives in Ohio county I Rev E W Graves and Elder Green Bandy left Tuesday for Louisville to I attend Presbytery which is in session this week Mr and Mrs Lawrence Kfrtley left Sunday for Guston and Brandenburg for a ten days visit to relatives and frJenckee Miss Maggie Blanch Jolly left Saturday 1 for quite an extended visit to c relatives in St Louis 1 Miss Bert Foote who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Nora Board leftjj for her homo in Owensboro Wednes c dayVote for local option Saturday Sep tember 20 Mrs James F Biggs and daughter i Miss Essie and son Hillard left Tuesday for Louisville to make it their future home Mrs Biggs will have charge of a boarding house 717 West Chestnut street Mrs Biggs and family will be greatly missed from our town as they have made so many friends in the hotel business both public and socially but we wish them much success in their new en terpriseMrs R Mack Herndon arrived Sunday from Waverly to join her husband who is visiting his relatives Mr and Mrs T N McGlothlan Eliza Pi ggott Julia Lyons IIMisses Wilson gave a music re cital to a few of their friends on Fri day evening at the home of Mrs W J Piggott THe little girls showed Continued on Page Five Ben Johnson and the Fourth District It will hardly be possible for Oon gressuinn Ben Johnson to make an act- Ive canvass in the Fourth district this fall He is chairman of the Democratic State Campaign Committee and is nc actively engaged in the campaign in Kentucky He will devote most of his time to the interests of Mr Bryan and the ticket therefore be cannot active push his own candidacy The Sun be lives thAt the Democrats of the Fourth district will not permit Mr Johnson interests to be neglected While he iis making a fight for the party In Ket tucky we belive that the Democrats iIn each of the counties of the Fourth district will be active in Mr Johnson interests and that they will not fail tto assist him while he is spending hill time and energies to increase Mi Bryans vote in every section of Ken tuckyMr Johnson has made a sacrific for his party one that few men WOUld have made and we are quite sure that the Democrats of the district will ba duly appreciative- It is confidently belived that Mr Johnsons majority will be the largest war given a Democrat for Congress iin the Fourth district There are man Republicans who will vote for him realizing that in him they have a safe irainy and energetic representative iIn- Congrefsa representative who wil ook to the interests ofall regardles of party affiliations At this time when the farmers of the motion are pleading for just laws at the lands of our Republicans in Congress it is important that the biggest brainiest and best men of every State bent to Washington as the representative of the people We need men who know how to do thingsthose things whicl means the betterment of the masses lobody doubts that Mr Johnson is ir that class It is the ambition of his- life to help those who need help Both inpublic and private life his uergies money and time have beet pent in an effort to assist people tc better conditionsto help them over the rough ways of life Ask any man or woman in Bardstown to tell you something about Ben Johnsons efforts to build up in the interest of the people I ond you will be told that for thirty ears he has made a determined honest and manly fight to bring about results which would help the people to overcome obstacles and to turn them toward progress contentment and happiness What a happy dayit will be when both houses of our national congress are filled with such men Indeed if that day ever come it will be a day of II- equa1 rights to all and exclusive priv- Ileges to nonea day in which the net brawn of the American fernier id the American laborer will be as much thought of as the tainted millions uf Wall street Let the Democrats of every county of- the Fourth district increase Mr John IOns majority by determined tireless work He deserves an increased major- ityr not only because he is now spend I1g his time in working for the national Jcket but because he is now and has llways spent his time in working for oileSaringfleld Sun Mows This Ve otter One Hundred Dollars Reward tor- lny case of Cuttrrh that cannot be cured by I1111s Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J- Dhpney for the last 1ft years and believe him featly honorable in all business transac Ions and financially able to carry out any IlKUtlons made by his firm Walding Klnnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O lulls Cutarrh Cure Is taken Internally lctlm directly upon the blood and mucous luduces of tho system Testimonials sent- tree Price 75 cents pr bottle Sold by all ugglsts Take Halls Family Pills for constipation The Tariff and the Farmer The farmer does not agree with Can lIc1ate Bryan that the Tariff is such a- icious affair for it Protects him from Tipetitiou with cheaper outsite prod JctsThese are some of the duties which uave been of great advantage to the- farmer that Mr Bryan does not approve f tattle if less than one year old 5 per head all other cattle if valued at- more than 14 per head 375 per head If valued at more than 14 per head 27 J per cent ad valorem Swine 150 per head Horses valued at 150 or less per- bead 130 per head if valued at over I50 25 per cent ad valorem Sheep one year old or over 150 per- headj less than one year old 75 centE- per head Now he who raises live animals fo- rsalecatUe swine horses or sheep for- the marketis Protected from the tupetition of our Canadian neighbors 10 the extent shown in these schedules When it comes to the produce this is- what we find in the Dingley law as a- Uleans of Keeping the home market or- our own farmers Corn 15 cents per bushel of 50 poundsOats 15 cents per bushel tVbeat 25 cents per bushel Butter 6 cents per pound EXCiove nor EndorsesOther ju A Americans of Wyoming Pe ru na Give Great Credit prominent ffsonal endorsed Peruna assuming valuable remedy excellent general iconic C XXI lHI17 s xtThe Magnificent State Capitol Building of Wyoming rxo-x 1 w ii N x T Wx iAW lsr lwmwAK I oo V MM x n wWT nn LIST OF PROMINENT AMERICANS Gen W H Parsons Confederate Army exState Senator Texas Bailey of V D C labor Organizations and U V L Patten of Washington D C Military and Masonic Orders Hon R S Ryan ofAlaska ExMember English House of Congressman C lo of Alaska well known on Pacific Slope PnrlinmonlJJ J Gen XV Ui Parsons Gen W H Parsons is oxStato Sena tor and exSpecial Judge of the Supreme Court of Texas also Brigadier General In Confederate Army In a recent letter from 025 H St N W Washington D 0 this prominent gentleman says Upon the recommendation of per eonal friends anti many strong test monials as to the efficacy of Poruna in the treatment of the numerous symp toms of the la grippe with which I have been afflicted for four months past I have been induced to undergo a treatment with this justly celebrated for nuia I feel a decided change for the better after using it only one week It is especially good in toning up the stomach and has had a decided effect upon myappetite I therefore feel much en couraged that 1 am on tho road to com plete restoration My numerous friendsI inTexas where I have had the honor to command a brigade of her Veteran Oavalryin a four Cheese G cents per ponndII Fresh milk 2 cents per gallon Bens 45 cents per bushel of 00 pounds C bbages 3 cents each Eggs 5 cents a dozen Onions 40 cents per buhel Potatoes 25 cents per bushelof ao pounds The American farmer is not fool enough to throw these duties off to help outside traffic Norwitch Conn1 BulletIn Enter School The Western Kentucky State Norma of Bowling Green offers young people lesiring scholarship and profefsiona raining an unexcelled opportunity to prepare for the active duties of life iVrite H H Cherry Bowling Greet Ky for information Itching bleeding protruding or blind riles yield to Doans Ointment Chronic cases soon relieved finally cured ruggists all sell it Bryans Fairness In his Des Moines speech last weel1 Ir Bryan scored ths Republicans for imposing a duty of 100 per cent on- oil imported from Russia the chie ompetitor in the markets of the world of the Standard Oil Company That criticism of Mr Bryans presents another example of the fairness of his statesmanship- He suppressed the fact that the Russian government imposes a duty ot IOC per cent on American oil He also suppressed the fact that under our law foreign nil comes in fret rom countries where our oil goes it reeHe also suppressed the fact thnt the Democratic Tariff bill of 1891 imposes a duty of 40 per cent on foreign oil rom any country that imposed a duty on American oil and also suppressed the fact that the Republican Tariff I the Dingley bill made the simple uauge or fixing the duty nt exactly the Same rate as any foreign country barged against us Mi Bryan is doing the same as he did in 1890 with his free silver humbug telling enough of it to stir the prejudice instead of appealing to the understanding of the peopleWebster S- Dak World Mr and Mrs Willis Smith of Owens boro visited Dr Smith Sunday Wesley Smith of West View was to see him last week I = = Pe=ru=na 1 have such confi dence in per r friends who have used land that I fee justified in that lit is a for ca tarrh and an L 4 John W Hoyt ExQovernor ot Wyoming www W Ia Col ashington Col l years war may accept this voluntary testimonial to the merits ot Peruna as a sense of obligation on my part for its wonderful efficacy Col Wm Bailey William Bailey 68 1 St N E Wash ington DO Past Col Enc No 69 Union Veteran Legion and prominently identified with many of the groat labor protective associations in Chicago and New York and Secretary of one of the largest associations in the former city had for nearly thirty years been afflicted with kidney troubles Within a short period ho has been persuaded to try Peruna and his present healthy condition is attributed to his judicious use of that groat remedy Washington climate is notoriously bad for kidney and liver troubles yet by a judicious use of the remedy he is now quite cured and in excellent physical conditionThis statement of facts without exaggeration or hypuylolo appears to toll tile whole story wlucn the Poruna Com REAPS 64794 For Thirteen AcresA Marvelous Harvest Gathered by Scott Knott on Ills Fields near Webster A man who makes hay while the sun shines is Scott Knott who owns a farm of thirteen acres near Webster From all reports he must plow a little in the moonlight Mr Knott has sold 843378 worth of tobacco bud realized the fol lowing amounts from other resourses as followsHogs 896 86 Chickens 6330 Eggs 1200 Potatoes 5WOO Fruit and Vegetables 1600 Total amount 64794 besides a living for a family self wile and six children This is what one can call good farming in tense farming such as can be done on most any of the farms in Breckenridge County It proves clearly that it is not the fault of the lands but isall in the man and the knowing how to work Mr KnotUhas three acres In corn this year that will make him 300 bushels pany is authorized to use ifIt BO chooses believing as Ido thatby so doing it will be for the general good Wm Bailey Col C L Patten Col 0 L Patton 509 T St N W Washington DO a Lieutenant in the Old Guard an exclusive organization composed of soldiers of distinction who fought in the civil war and a Thirty second degree Mason writes as follows- I havo used Poruna and desire to recommend your remedy as an invigor ating spring tonic also one of the best remedies that I over tried for coughs colds and catarrhal complaints icon R S Ryan HonBSRyan now residing in Nome Alaska was formerly a rriembor of tho English House of Parliament and Sec retary to the late Irish patriot Charles Stewart Parnell His Washington ad dress is New Willard Hotel Washing ton D 0 He writes I have used Pe runa and can recommend your remedy as a very oftcctivo cure for colds and catarrhal complaintsHon Cale Hon Thomas Calc elected to Congresi from Alaska is welt known on tho Pa cilia slope whore ho has resided His Washington address is 13120th St N W Washington D 0 Ho writerIcan cheerfully recommend Peruna as a very efficient remedy for coughs and colds SIXTEEN PREMIUMS Breckenridge Cattle Raiser Wins Three Championships at Kentucky State Fair k Walter R Moorman Jr should be given a pat on the shoulder by every farmer in Breckenridge for his wonder ful success in raising around the hills of Gleudeane cattle that draw sixteen prizes at one fair W R Moormans Sons cattle won three championships in Louisville last week and it is said the premiums given them amounted to 350 Immediately alter the Fair closed Wal ter Moorman Jr left the city with his stock for Nashville to attend the Ten nessee State Fair Next week he will take his Orange King to the State Fair in Illinois Enter The Western Normal See your County Superintendent im mediately about free tuition and write HHCherry of Bowling Green for a new catalog Wa iII W WVI tWUf W MA I NOTICE T- OTaxpayersH I or one of my Deputies will be at tho following places on dates given to collect tuxes which are now past due Stophonsport Monday September 21 Chenault Tuesday September 22 e Mooloyvillo Wednesday September 23 Union Star Thursday September 2i Webster Friday September 25 Irvington Saturday September 26 Will bo at CloverpOit every Saturday except Satur day September 26 from now till November 1 i Please Settle and Save Costs MILT MILLER S B C L J c 0 0 ti J i jii 11 k tcy1yp S ypa4 Jt j ypr 2ye 1 Ii j- t III I- Jft 0 y l1- C f i i r to 5 i l 3- i ll cfif ic i t 11- K 1- a It I 1l l r ma i 1i 1 J i 1i i 1I i 1i ll I i it 1 1fI f i IftI I I 1 i J J- i 2l r r r e Breckenridge News EDNESDAY SEPT 23 1908 1t emedy eliable CATARRH rrElrs Cream Balm A s quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals roteets the disease mem bran resulting from drivesaway head quickly lie stores tho Senses of HAY FEVER d5 Taste and Smell Full size CO eta at Drug gists or by mail In liquid form 75 cents y Ely Brothers CO Warren Street New York PERSONAL AND LOCAL ttMrs Henry Yeager Is visiting in Irvington So H McCracken fpent Saturday in Louisville Miss Carrie Tucker went to Owens f toro Monday tMr and Mrs Henry May have re urned from Louisville Kim Martin of Fordsville is the guest of Miss Zula Bowldsy Miss Graham has returned from Louisville VMiss Lillian Sippel expects to go to r Louisville next week Vote for local option Saturday Sept tember 20 1908 I Jno D Babbage Jr was home from Cincinnati Sunday Mr and Mrs Fort and son Clifton have returned from Louisville Arch Frizzell of Evansville was the i guest of Miss Iva Wine Sunday The Baptist ladies will give a Hal- loweenI social in Oelzes Hall Will Gardner went Valparaiso Iud this week to enter his son in school c Clinton Murray and sons are at their y farm near town for a few days Miss Bickett arrived last week to ac cept a position with Miss Evelyn Hicks George W Schlegel of Cincinnati has been the guest of Miss Louise Bab bageMiss Annie May Mattingly of Hen derson is the guest of Mrs Ben Ridge way Miss Eliza J Bandy Stephensport went to Weldon Saturday to visit Mrs Ed Kfssam i Chas May and Henry Yeager are at tending the K P Grand Lodge at Lex ington Raymond Parker has entered Ken tucky Military Institute under lot FowlerI a full line gf union made leather gloves for sale from SOc to 125 Julian Brown- I will sell you the heavy cotton sheet ing by the bolt at 5 3lc per yard Julian Brown Robert Green of Falls of Rough and Robert Moorman of Glendeane at tended State Fair Mr and Mrs D H Severs are vis iting Mr and Mrs Roscoe Severs at Barboursville W Va Mr and Mrs Allen Kingsberry and daughter Helen visited his parents at Orrell Ky last week Mrs Cbas aatterfield and son Charles left yesterday for Heron Ill to attend the family reunion Mrs Muir and daughter Aliene of Rome Ind have been the guests of Mrs Robert Pierce Mrs James Cordrey returned Satur day from Cincinnati where she bought her fall millinery stock Mrs Wm Frizzell and daughter Irene of Evansville have been visiting at the Satterfield home This is the trademark of Scotts Emulsion andison every bottleof itsold in the worldwhich amounts to several millions yearly WhyBecause it has made so niany sickly children strong and well given health and rosy cheeks to so many pate anaemic girls and restored to health so many thousands in the first stages of Consumption Send this advertisement together with name of paper in which It appears ybur address and four cents to cover postage and we win send you a IComplete candy Atlas of the World SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St NY Chas Bolder attended the Good Roads Convention in Louisville While there he was the guest of Wm Newton Miss Bettie Napper and little neice Miss Ruth Matheny of Stephensport have been guests of friends here Mrs John Krncheloe and Mrs Mamie Moorman of Hardinsburg attended the PlankBehen wedding Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 26 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Dr W N Casper dentist will be here Wednesday and Thursday of every week at Dr Lightfoots office Dr J C Bush Dentist will be at Cloverport Monday anTI Tuesday of each week except wt ek followit g 4th Monday Mrs John Ridge and little son Fran cis Vernon Gault returned home Sunday after a two weeks visit in Louis ville To the ladies I am selling full nine ounce cotton batts bleached Best value you ever saw lOc three for 25c Julian Brown I Miss Claire Parker has gone to Rock port Ind to attend school and is making her home with Mrs Clinton MurrayRoofing I handle felt roofing at 175 per square the best you ever saw Also heavy siding paper Juliai BrownLewis Kincheloe was here from Har dhl burg Sunday the guest of Miss Ray Hdser He left Sunday night for St LouisStoves I have a full line of cook stoves coal and wood heaters cast and sheet iron Will sell cheapjulian Brown I am carrying a full line of union made overalls Red Diamond brand best on earth at reasonable price Julian Brown The annual report of the Methodist church will be given Sunday morning and Rev Curry requests all members to be present Mrs S H McCracken and four daughters Bela Mildred Eva May and Louise are visiting Mrs H L Roth Cincinnati ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS GIVEN Continued from 4th Page gratifying progress in music during the summer Miss Mary Lord of Indianapolis will take charge of the private school about October 1 Miss Lord comes well recommended and the patrons are looking for good results Miss Lord is a contributor to Harpers Monthly magazine and is a young woman of personal charm Mrs B F Wilson sustained a pain ful injury on Sunday morning the re sult of a kick from a horse The ia jury is not dangerous- Mr and Mrs Harry Ih Kemper left Thursday for quite an extended visit to relatives and friends in Louis ville Frankfort and Gratz Ky While gone they will attend the annual meeting of the Kentucky Bankers Association which meets at Lexing ton this week Master Lewis Bennett Moremen has returned from Brandenburg- Mr and Mrs Newsom Gardner have returned home from Chenault The W F M S of the Methodist church will have Mrs Foster Lyons as hostess at their September meet ing on next Thursday A good program should bespeak a good attend anceRev B F Wilson preached two ex cellent sermons on Sunday Morning service the subject was Helping Our Fellow Man livening service was a temperance address There were three additions to the church one by letter and two on profession of faith The congregation is united in its desire that their pastor shall be returned to them Hillard Biggs has gone to Louis ville where he has accepted a posit ion with Schlosser Bros Drug Co John B Hardaway leftfor his home in St Louis last Saturday Henry Neafus and family arrived Saturday from Madisonville to take charge of their hotel which they pur chased of C C Smith last Tuesday They will be ready for business in a few days and we are glad to welcome them to our town Mrs Sames Hugh Conley of Bir mingham Ala left for her home Friday after being the guest of her mother and sister Mrs Nannie Hen derson and Mrs Nora Board Miss Evelyn Herndon who has been visitingin Louisville for three weeks came home Wednesday John Lewis Henry shipped a big car load of hogs to Louisville lastI WednesdayThe Aid and Missionary Society of the Baptist church met at the church on last Tuesday afternoon with our new president Mrs F H McGehee in the chair who filled it with great credit The yearly report was read giving 106 to church expenses und missions While a large number are enrolled therer are only about eighteen active members i S QC t 7C 7 7 7 3 7CJ7 G otslolsa Before and After Ta- kingShorthand t j I IWA young man was drawing 50 a month Ho took a course at CLARKS SCIIOOL OF BUSINESS A yens later his salary wits imn 225 a month 175 monthly INCREASE 2100 in crease the ffirst year The second year he was getting 400 g ajnonth 84800 a year 64200 yearly INCREASE the f1- UP 1 1 second year Get in now Right now You will be well started on IThu 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 Enroll any day Individual instructionWW Clarks School of Business 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky Q Q Thirtytwo dollars was given Miss Eula Hensley for her support to the foreign field and 5 for the organ which she will take with her to China Among the liberal contributors is Mrs Ed McAfee who is a Baptist but not a member of the society We earnestly entreat all members to be more prompt and enjoy the feast with us The next meeting is on October 13 Stamp the time on your memories Miss Mary Wratherjwill arrive the first of this week from Chicago for a two weeks visit to her grandmother Mrs Mary W Munford Hearn as a Creative Artist Hearns creative faculty began where creation Is commonly held to end with the material given Of the creative gift In the sense in which the phrase Is applied to the poet he had not a par ticle He was not a maker but a shaper Dr Gould puts the matter bluntly when he says He had no original thing to say for he was en tirely without creative power and had always to borrow theme and plot And again Clearly and patently it was a mind without creative ability spring or the desire for It It was a mind Improcreant by inheritance and by education by necessity and by training by poverty Internal and ex ternal The truth In these words be comes evident when one recalls the failure as fiction of every one of Hearns attempts in this field and the fact that his greatest successes were won in reclothlng the Ideas of other menForum Very Clever They tell a story In London of a cer tain peer who had never before shown the slightest interest In horse racing that he surprised a young man of his acquaintance by asking him apropos of nothing which horse lied won the Der by The young man told him That was very clever of him replied the peer Was It the first time he trk It The young man stared but dI Yes Then I call It very clever him replied the noble but incomplete sportsman to win the Derby the first time he tried for It Pleasant For the Lender There said Dubley adding up the column of figures a total of 5052 I guess thats all Oh no theres 30 I forgot Gee I wish somebody would lend me 082 Can you do It old manWhat for demanded Markley Why I want to get out of debt Philadelphia Press A HoldupfDe RoadsMister I found the dorg your wife Is advertlsln a reward uv 55 for Mr Jaw You did eh De Iloiuls Yes nud If you dont gimme Sid Ill tike It back to her See Phlliiiiliihiii IlIljlllljr HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES lone way secondclass colonist fares to September 1 to Oc tober 81 1808 inclusive Homeseekers excursion fares to the South Aug 18 Sept 1 and Is October 6 and 20November 3 and 17 December 1 and 15- 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 Reduced fares from Cloverport July 21 30 Aug 6 IS 20 27 Sept 3 10 17 24 Return limit 40 days from date of sale Low Rates To Nurth 13 75 front ICoverport to Omena Pateskey Travers City Mackinaw City Northport Mackinac Island Mich and return Septembr i good to re turn September 30- Tri State Fair Evansville Ind Sept v 29 Oct 3 1908 290 round trip from Cloverport Sept 282930 and Oct 123 good to return Oct 4 Davless County Fair Owensboro Ky Oct 610 155 round trip from Cloverport Oct 678910 good to return Oct nth + + I tWarvts j1 residencetown and depot Apply at the News oalce FOR SALESmull cottage known as the BrecklnrldKoDank FOR SALEStandard gas enulno oil anti Breckonrld t News Otllcc theNewsness GreenUniversityenrldge News LADY WANTEDHonest IndustrIous wo oftorelJtnwalstingstrimmingsand townspeople We prefer a woman who has a trade already worked up Should be able to earn SJ5 or more weekly Dealing direct from the mills our prices are low and rlClulredWriteGoods Co 100 7th St Blnglmmpton N Y MORE WATCHES And better prices- on them than you will find at most places u Severs Drug Co In The District Court of The United States for The Western Dis trict of Kentucky Owensboro Division In Kentucky In tho matter of Warner J DIocktnan John 0 PlOkman Herman J Dlockmun und Prod11 Dluckman a Bankrupt- On this 10th day of September A D IMS on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 15th duy of June A D 1108 It Is ordered by the court that a bearing be had upon the same on the 10th day of October A D 1003 before said court at Federal Court Hall at Louisville Ky In said district at 10 oclock In the fore noon or as near thereto as practicable und that notice thereof be published one time In The Breckenrldote News a newspaper rlnted lirsiild district and that all known creditors and other persons In Interest may appear at sild time and plao and show cause If any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should not bo granted WITNESS the Honorable Walter Evans Judge of said Court and the seal thereof at Owensboro Kentucky In said district on the 10th day of September A D 1103 A G Ronald Clerk Dudley Llndsey Deputy Cl- erkGBABBAGEV Attorney at Law and Notary Public Cloverport Kentucky Read this ad before you read any thing else in this paper and if you are In trouble over any matter I can pull you out all right The cost can beadjustecllaterDo contract deed or any legal paper drawnj Then call at my office and dont bother theJaw yers over at Hardinsburg about it Do you want to borrow a little money sell or buy a good farm Do you want to rent a good farm or have you one to sell at a bargain Do you want Life Insurance in the best company in the worldthe Equitable of New Yorkwhose ad mitted assets are over four million two hundred and twentyseven thousand dollars If so I can write it for you Do you want to buy 000 worth of bank stock in the Bank of Clover port If so I have it for sale Have you any notes or acconnts or debts of any character that you want collected or closed up by mort gage If so bring orsend them to me If you can not call to see me at my place of business in Cloverport drop me a line through the mail and I will give the matter immediate at tention Respectfully V G Babbage MNWrMMNwNYWwMkW v4ir 3 New Fall DRESS GOODS 36 in Panama plain and Hering OCshades ocallINew MadelSkirts I IIJ C NOLTE BRO I I CLOVERPORT KY- w11 JIM11 tIAM11MA IMMM1MiMIUlA11 iM1Yi111NMAP I K- Cadick Milling Co oeets r rJV er 1 II IFII- II When nt need fII IIFoundry Machineii We carry a full line of Plum bers Supplies Mill Sup plies The best Paints and Floor Finishes Oils Greases Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Order Once a Customer Always One === =1 ICloverportI tY J you Let Have Load of Corn And ihe my And in the Fall will pay Mrs Jas will to You CanIlive like lords and have home made and pies cakes equal to andIthat used to you will use CADICKS DUST FLOUR IThere no better Hour in the As Hour lorge part of our liv Iit is important that good and Try Cadicks pureIand you isfied to on using it Grandvievv t1 Indiana I BANK r CLOVERPORTIncorporated u CapitalSurplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Safe Sound and- Conservative accounts receive tho same careful attention as ones and we ciate your business in fluence Interest Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVEPPORT KY =0 707 t J i7 Food LawsIlavo affected our drinks in any way They worn purey I before we had Pure Food Laws 1 M R5 4lfl OloverportT F Heyser Weisonborg R Noble C L 4 3 Sippel N II QuinginsrW B y 7 C T Mensal Irvington DugglnsrIiarncd Mat Jg j Bros Kirk N M Crews Co iMcQuady T G Morgan Co Stephensport m i1 m U Carr Bottling and Manufacturing Works l f- tHawesville l Kentucky S = = =Ben Dooleys Latest Mr Keys If please John Horn a charge Amount To Account I it all Yours truly Benjamin Dooley Mr and Lawson go Louisville Saturday t1 good bread rookies mother if GOLD is mardet is a ing it be Flour keep OF Small larger appre and paid on Time never F Oolze 1 tingly x Mr anti Mrs E H Briadenbach Miss Mary Briedenbftch David O May of Owensboro and Miss Amelia Bried onbach of Helena Montana spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Chas May Mrs James Randall of Louisville who has arrived to be present at the PlankBohen wedding is the guest of Misses Rebecca and Martha Willis The Misses May have returned from Michigan Miss Eva May took daily vocal lessons from a celebrated teacher during her visit in Detroit a 7Y I j e 1 kI ark r r u I tV j 1 11- U Af ii i If tt r Ij t = iif 11 r r t- p i V S j I p r a Ii I 1 t I t t n4t n4r l1 I Iftt ii- kye- jj iffht 1 QCJr NOTES nY KBARNITZ RIVERSIDE PA aONDENC- ESOLICITW JJCopyright IMS by C M Barnltz These articles and Illustrations must not be re printed without special permission THE GOOD OLE COUNTY FAIR TNt hitch up good ole Dobbin Gray An Fan the trotting mare An then were offhip hip hooray 1 Fur the good ole county fair The bands astartln up a Jig An race horses are there The fat gal an the two leg pig An bull with six foot hair The punkln an the long ear corn The wild man an the bear Roosters an cows with crumple horn Are showln at the fair This way This wayl the barker cries Soe the wonderful WhatIsIt You miss the best chance of yer lives If this show you dont visit Hooray fur circus lemonade An peanuts long an rare An Swelsfort sassage richly made Well git em at the fair Now move along spry good Dobbin Gray Git up there ole Fan marc Ye have ter trot a leetle gay Were nearin to the fair Hooray I Hooray I Were here at last No thanks dont want no chair Were Jest agoln to trot roun fast An swaller the whole fair C M B A WORD TO SPORTS Will you exhibit Then be a true sport Dont choat Dont knock at tie judge Those fellows who fix up roosters and take to got prizes may win for awhile but their faked roosters come home to roost In selecting your birds especially avoid the following defects Crooked backs and breastbones lop comb males side sprigs white faced cock lerels except Black Spanish deformed beaks white lobes In Wyandottes and Cochins wry pinched squirrel and diminutive tails purple barring brassl ness feathered shanks on clean legged varieties clean shanks on feather leg tfed varieties swing crops and slip wingsPractice your birds in their exhibi tion coops often handle them fre quently get members of pena familiar with each other and they will not light nor fear the Judge If you wish to clean the feet and shanks and wash your birds In lake warm water and soap do as you please but dont bleach and dye Thats not sqnare HEN TEETH A hens teeth are In her gizzard hence she cannot swallow them as do some poor mortals Her food is ground between stones SUIt as Arabs today grlndtb 4rgrln THREE CURES OF SEVEREECZEMA Michigan Woman Tells of Her Broth ers Terrible Suffering with the DiseaseGrandchild and Another Baby also Permanently Cured CUTICURA REMEDIES PROVED INVALUABLE My brother had eczema three different summers About the same time each summer it came out between hU shoulder and down his he saidbackiandhs lufferlng waa dif ferent kinds of medicines that were said to be good for that disease but nothings jemeu to do him much good When it carne on the third summer he bought a box of Cuticura Ointment and gave it a faithful trial Soon he began to feel bettor and he cured himself entirely with Cuticura and has never been bothered with eczema Kiiue lie also used Outicura to cure a bunch over his eye and a terrible corn which was so bad that he coulu not wear his shoe A daughter of terrible eczema by the Cuticura Remedies This little one had that thoughttheySoap and Cuticura Ointment and it cured her child entirely and the disease never came back Mrs Sarah E Lusk 07 Peckham St Cold water Mich Aug 15 and Sept 2 19- 07WORLD FAMOUS Cure for Torturing Disfiguring Skin and Scalp Humors The agonizing Itching and burning of the skin as in eczema the frightful scat ing as m psoriasis the lose of hair and crustingof scalp as in Bcalleahead tho facial disfigure ment as in acne and ringworm find instant relief and speedy cure in tho majority of cases In warm baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle anointings with Cuticura Ointment Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every llumor ot Infanta Children and Adults 8klnaCUticuraCUtlcura olvent the tormor Chocolate COated Pills 25c per vial or 60 to Purity the Blood Sold throughout the world Potter Drug A hemCorp Sole Props Boston Maw ssrMallea Free Cuticura Boot oa Skin OUeues Aonesof Never give up and think that all women yourself included have to suffer pate- Thousands of women have writ ten to tell how they have cured their womanly Ills and relieved their pains and over a Million have been benefited In various other forms of female disease dur- Ing the past 50 years by tbat popular and successful female remedy CARDUII WOMANS RELIEF I believe I would now have been dead writes Mrs Minnie Lambe of Lebanon Junction KyH fJf It hadnt been for Cardal I bad suffered with bad cramping spells pains In my back aides and arms and awful bearingdown pains Now these pains have all gone as a result of using CarduL At All Druggists WRITH FOR FREE ADVICE stating age and describing symptoms to Ladica Advtsory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn P7 31 You dont believe in ouyiug gnv s ensHope youre not such a farback fos sll as that How much Is saved by not furnIsh- Ing it If a hen takes the time from forag ng for food and uses It to search for gravel Just the difference of the two values Is lost Hen food Is worth 225 per hundred and good grit retails at 70 cents Quite a difference If fowls have to fool around hunt- Ing for gravel Instead of being able to fill right up with it at the start it tops the endless procession of fat bugs wrigglers seeds and greens go- Ing down the red lane and that halts levelopment You use coal ashes They are mighty poor millstones and have no chemical alue But there Is gravel on your place Well it doesnt take long for a big lock to gather It all and besides all Travel Is not grit Ordinary gravel wears smooth real grit keeps its cut tug edge however small It may be broken Some gravel contains so much alit nl wafer that a white chicken by It use becomes almost buff Oran Ite crystal grit from the quarrIes of yew England has Insured our flocks old and young from Indigestion for ears Heres a preventive of white dIarrhea It contains iron silica ilumlnlum and mica for tonic Is bard harp clean furnishes teeth for grind ing lime for shells lasts longer and oats less than other varieties Oyster shell is not really grit but hell material The sea salt In It draws moisture and the shell crumbles fine But the best grit contains sufficient lime for shell making We never found oyster shell good for hicks We used It our first year and our chicks were plagued with white diarrhea A change to granite crystal topped the trouble Our Washington experts have poked round inside biddy tOr the germ but have overlooked the hicks gizzard for the cause Buy grit In three sIzeslarge for mature fowls medium for half grown and small for chicks PIGEON DONTS Dont fall to put in spring doors Keeps In pigeons lkeeps out cats Dont forget that hemp and canary cod are luxuries Dont think pigeons care nothing for green food Try them with lettuce They love It A HANDY HENHOUSE If Cheap John Is bound to build of piano boxes lot hIm manage Uis own uneralIf only in to be out any old hack will do If youre a stayer youre not employ ng a funeral director architect Here is a neat handy house that mayo built for n moderate price and is specially adapted to cold climates though the bare plan is standard for any locality Dimensions nino feet high in front seven back twelve feet wide and any length Sink stone for foundation below frost md have two courses of stone at least tbove surface We use brick above ground for rats Make floor of deep soaked packed hider topped with gravel sand anti cement and cover with boards In win terCover substantial frame with rough boards cover thofeo outside with two ply tar paper and then nail on the weather boards A dead air space will be formed when lath Is placed Plaster with cement Root with shingles or galvanized iron The ventilators should be placed above the windows the entrances for man and fowl where most convenient but no alleyways or aisles should be undo through the building to waste spaceDoes it pay to build a house like this for chickens Wen does It pay you to HANDY HENHOUSE buy a good all wool suit or an imita tion wool shoddy that soon bags at the knees and goes to the rag bag If youre going to make good money out of bens you must put good money into good pens Yes there are some deserted poultr plants around tho country Just as there are some forsaken factory buildings hero and there Most of these forsaken edifices are monuments to mon who did their looking after they leaped I will watch your experiment with Interest and if you are successful may go Into the business myself said a Washington gentleman to a young man who bad established a modern plant This is not nn experiment replied the plucky fellow This Is not a try or test case Theres no maybe about It Before we went Into this business we demonstrated the practi cal worth of our methods We worked on the plan of this plant for five years before n nail was driven and now If our bones dont crack well have success That reply should be framed In gold and Its spirit followed FEATHERS AND EGGSHELLS Mice do love to nest with the pl geons If you come home and find little squabs and eggs on the floor and cant understand It it Is because you have unmated birds In your pen and dont know It Youll get the full meaning when your look In the ledger If some of our poultry Journals that spend extra time and money on crowd Ing their pages with big pictures would only remember that the majority of Journal readers are after practical In formation they would confer a big fa vor on the majority and Insure renew alsA York poultrymau placed rat poison beneath his buildings for the ruts and the rats carried It out and fed It to the chickens and they deceased If poison Is mixed with chop it cannot be distributed If a hen does get n doses Just give her a big dose of lard If fattening fowls of nervous temperament like the Leghorns and An conas do not keep them in a glaring light but in semidark pens In secluded ipotsDo not keep ducks in a yard where water runs from the eaves They will puddle along the foundation and loosen tbe stonework- In searching for the assets of a Pennsylvania cashier who stole 50 000 they found a 1200 henhouse but no depositors nest eggs and the golden eggs his goose laid were missing Parties In Mount Joy Pa shipped 5000 worms to Forrest Park St Louis to be fed to the birds at a cost of 375 It was worth that to count the wrig glers To our friends who are raising birds quail and pheasants we recom mend the meal worm Siix chop and bran and strips of leather together get a few worms at the mill add them to the combination and watch them multiplyWhen you operate on a fowl for hard crop or find an open wound be sure to use n strong disinfectant on the bared flesh to kill the germs and drive off the blowfliesWomen are more and more tnkUig an active part In poultry work Among these are a number who have broken In health or whose husbands have been disabled by accident or paralytic strokes anti they hove taken up the work of support We wish thorn well nrul may they meet no male fakirs In deals Do not une expensive lumber for nest boxes It Is n good plan occa sionally to burn the nest material In the boxes Thnt kills tho bugs and box can be used lignin 01fYIf11f I T A PRECARIOUS EXISTENCE Mental Tribulations of the Supersti tious Woman The superstltlpus woman started to- go downtown but found that she had Corgotton something It was hard work to got her to go back for It but when she did sat down for a few minutes to take the curse off before going out again On the sidewalk she passed a cross eyed man and had bard work to keep from spitting three times over bar left shoulder The first car that came along was No 13 She let it go- by and waited eight minutes for anther On the way downtown she re marked to a friend that she bad been In excellent health lately Instantly she was obliged to loose her glove and rub her bare palm on the wood of the bench before her As she and her friend were walking on Twentythird street some thoughtless person darted between them The superstitious woman was much disturbed and worried over the thought of a coming separa tlonIThat night her husband upset the saltcellar She insisted on his taking a pinch of the salt and throwing it over his shoulder When she disrobed tor the night she discovered that she had been wearing one stocking wrong Iide out all day It was the sign of good luck and it allowed her to go toed happy But some time in the night eaa howl dlisuaily under ker win I If rrJJ Prdsident M H BEARDCashier PAUL COMPffON Assistant Cashier Pays 3 per cent on time more Three per cent is as much as f the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely bank can afford to pay rII 1 Ll7 rV ddw From thntmoment she has been looking for n calamity Nothing will make her believe that there will not soon be n dcnth In her Immediate fam UySt Loris Republic When the Nolso Let Up Two young women of stolid common sense appearance were the sole feminine occupants of a subway car until there entered a flashily dressed girl with face undo up like a cosmetic ad vertisement and accompanied by a young man attired In the extreme The two young women eyed the new comer with Interest while they con tinued their conversation The train slowed down at the next station the rattle and bang of operation ceased and the voice of one of the young wo men became suddenly audible- If I had a face like that do you know what Id do Id hock It The girl with the makeup looked daggers her escort looked foolish the speaker looked out of the window and a dozen passengers looked as though they enjoyed ItNew York Globe His Insignia The mayor of Z is a self made man and as in the case of some others of that kind not too much attention was paid to his early education A little while ago a gentleman who was en gaged in compiling a work on corpora tion regalia wrote to his worship requesting a photograph of bis insignia The mayor by return of post replied that he was only too pleased to accede to the others wish But he wrote Instead of a mere photograph I beg tosend you the genuine article And there followed Immediately under neath In good round copperplate the mayoral signature London Answers 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