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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ir1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 11 1908 8 Pages NI 18 I SUM ONSII To Ap ear in Court to Show Why They Should Mt Pay Taxes c t On Greater Amounts t HARDINSBURG KY Nov 7specmi The following persons have been summoned to appear on the first day of the next regular term of the County Court to show why they should not pay taxts nr n greater amounts of property than ttRhave listed with the Assessor for I each of the last 5 years including the IIwereIII t Agent Holland L Anderson In addi I rt tion to paying taxes on the amounts named a penalty of 20 percent is asked and all costs of the proceedings in j the cases Orville Skillmtm cash notes 10000 bondsIIIII I Isaac Norton cash notes 5000- A t B Skillman cash notes bonds 25000 J J W Guthrie cash note 5000II Fred W Fraize cash notes 5000 John Lewis Henry cash notes 800 Pete Sheeran Co cash notes ac counts 5000- J B Gibson executor cash notes 11000 James Jarboe cash notes 5000 J H Miller cash notes 5000 Frank Ruppert cash notes HOCO James Deane cash notes 3000 James Dutschke cash notes 3000 Emma H Skillman Administrator t cash notes 8000II George Jolly cash notes bonds 10000 Mrs Fannie K Tousey cash notes 3500 Greene Sons saw mill lumber etctt 19000 ddsY J F Owen cash notes 5000 J A Bit 10000 f 10000WimpJohn j Dave Howard 5000 1 1t Ella Davis cash 3000 i i L C Waggoner cash notes 3000 John Cook cash notes 3000 Mrs M J Miller cash notes 5000 B F Beard bonds cash notes JIII 25000C I Lightfoot cash notes 4000 a A A Simmons 5000 Mrs Lou Roberts 5000 Wm Hendrick cash notes 2000 r H Amiel Oelze I I 10000 I Wm HelisteyIt I 10000II I I Tula Daniel 2000 Chas Deane 10000 f Suits have been filled against a few Ir tI fothers whose names we are unable to secure on account of the papers being in the hands of attorneys 4 4nARDINSBURG 1 i Master Allie Alexander of Custer was if here Saturday and Sunday visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs John Alex iii relativesii I Clifton E Pile of Vine Grove was iii townThursday k DaVe Walls came home from Custer rt Friday He and Supt Pile attended the McDaniels teachers association Satur1 day ofst Cloverporl were guests of Mr and Mrs MH Beard Fridayv Mrs Eliza Jolly of Irvington came Friday to visit relatives Atty Morris Eskrldge is having a system of waterworks installed In his dwelling He is also adding an ad ditional room Judge Moor mans attention to the courthouse yiyrd is preparatory to mak ing it a place of beauty In which every citizen of thecounty will feel a pride Charley Beard accompained his BBeard to Baltimore last1 1week where tlIe father went to consult a surgeon specialist A great teachers trustees and pa trons meeting Is being arranged for Friday November 13 to meet in the cir cuit court room at ten oclock Gen D R Murray was unable to be ont several days last week I Little Miss Mildred Murray has been quite ill for several days but is Improv ing now Quarterly meeting is being held today at the M E Church South in this city C The Rev Lyons Presiding Elder being presentThe series of sermons being delivered by Dr Mather at his church on Main street are attracting larger audiences from night to night and are receiving the closest attention from all hearers Tom Cox of LouIsvUe is visiting relatives htro Mrs Co a Beard spent several da s- In Lout yule last wjelc k Miss Annie Lewis Whitworth Is III z The weather permitting r every teftsh rU the county is expected to be I 4 he c Friday at the teachers association Pres H H Cherrys address Mrs Weavers work and the Hon John P Hbswells address on the new schoolII law are t iee very s rong reasons fIr co ing Besides thes J there is a good teacher and trustee program Each tr stee has received an invitation to be present Gus D Shellmm ht 3 bought the Commercial hotel for 3000 In exchange for it his home on Lo isvi le street pays 1500 of the price Mr Shcllman will take charge this week I Mr Evans will move to the home now occupied by Mr Shel man Mr and Mrs Shellmans wide acquaintance and hospitalttj wi 1 together with their liberal providing will hold patronage and gain now trade for this popular house A whole hive of office bees are buzz ing in Republican bonnets m the county since the election Several candidates have announced for almost all the offices However the county clerks the jailors and the Sheriffs places seem the worst eagerly sought Your correspondent 1 will gladly announce each one i as they will let their desires be known HUNTING SEASONI OpensSunday Man Gun and Dog 1 Getting In Trim Farms Be Ing Posted Sunday the hunting season opens and the sportsmen are busy getting ready for a great onslaught on the quail familyI Many of the farms around Cloverpott have boon posted against invasion by hunters and a notice appears in this weeks News warning all persons not to tresspass upon forbidden grounds Hunting will indeed be dangerous toI the farms and woods this year onI account of the probability of fire owing to the recent dry spell The Sick Mrs Sarah Frank of Mattingly was stricken with paralysis one day last week ooo Mr Tom Wroo was out in town Wednesday o oo Maxie the oldest son of Mr J G Brashear of West Point has developed a genuine case of diptheria Dr Prewitt has injected anti toxine and the patient is doing as well as can be expected Eliznbetbtown News 000 Miss Mamie Graham is slowly conII valescingII ooo Raymond Pate is improving 000 Dr Smiths condition continues to be the same Interesting Trip Mrs J T Owen and Miss Rebecc- Willis t returned home Saturday night from the East where they Spent thre weeks with Mrs Owens daughter Mrs John Matthews of Phlldelphia They were beautifully entertained by Mr andtt Mrs Matthews and Miss Willis made several trips to other places of Interest She and her friend Mr Cooley of West Virginia spent two days in New Yorkjj chaperoned by Mrs Matthews andI also spent a day at Atlantic city Mrs J Matthews accompanied her mother andJI Miss Willis as far as Washington D C on their return home They spent tw I days of sight seeing in The City of Magnificent Distances Receive 500 The Lucile bMemorial Presbyteriant church was relieved of their debt ofI 500 to the Louisville Presbytery by the Snyod which met at Frankfort lasi week This was the same as giving theI church 500 and the members are highly elated over the gift i M r Fairleih Will Address Newr York Students David W Fairleigh of Louisville left this week for New York city where he is to deliver an address to the students of the Columbia University j f 1 1 Little Brother Master Fredrick Epley is highly de lighted over the arrival of a little brother at tho home of his parents Mr and Mrs J C Epley The new son will be christened James Gilmour Epley S 11IJ ron DIES SUDDENLY Miss Annie Smith after Few Days Treatment Will Be Buried at I Hardinsburg Hard jnsburgKy NOV I0Specials Miss Annie Smith died Monday night Nov 9 at the residence of her sister Mrs S B McGill in Louisville Friday Miss Smith left her home atjj Harrodsburg to go to the city for treatment and after her arrival there she suddenlyl grew worse The funeral wilL be held at this place tomorrow morning at 830 oclock The deceased was a sister of Mr Lonnie Smith and Miss Jane Smith IRVINGTON NEWS Mrs Cret Hensely who has been the guest of her sister Mrs F H McGehee left the first of the week for her home in HardinsburgMrs is visiting friends and relatives in Hardinsburg this week Miss Blanche Whitworth of Garfield and Mr Ginger Bandy of near here were quietly married in the parlor of his sisters Mrs Pomp McCoy in Louisville on last Saturday evening Oct 81 by the Rev Williams a a a or a a a a or a Y Mrs J C of is of Mr and Mrs J F Claycomh at on a Mrs and at and Dr F D and Dr of were of Dr L B Mr and Mrs J O are re of a fine at on was of Mrs of Mr and Mrs Mrs Mr and Mrs oh of is a of for some Mr and Mrs J I last week for Ohio Mrs C C Mis s Lee and Claudie Bandy in last Misses Eva and McGlothlan entertained the Good Will Society Club at 42 After the refreshments and all a delightful Miss Lee Bandy will be the Thursday a of were pleasantly entertainedat the home of Mr and Mrs Washington nesday in honor of Mrs and Mrs Mrs M T Oswley and sister Mrs Sallie of Mills are the of Mrs G T Mrs Nora and HardinsburgUnion at the this year According to arrangement of long the of the is ex pected to sermon Section 187 of the Constitution of our old Commonwealth says for white and black children shall be maintained the people are so lest be introduced the new law of grace The legislators from our two great who this new law did not mean to of the tion Mrs Wathen has FOR THE CHILDREN The Breckenridge News offers nice book as prize for the best Thanksgiving Letter written by boy girl over fifteen years of age The writer does not to be subscriber to the News but he get his letter to the office by Wednesday November Write on one side of the paper use not more 800 words and the envelope to Assistant the Breekenridge News Clo verport Ky Tell about what happened during the year to make you the happiest and for which you were the most thankful Was it act gentle loving tlwught The that all itsyoung readers this Louisville the guest Milt Lockard spent two days Custer business trip Bettie Calhoun who has been visiting relatives Cal houn has returned home Eisenman George Butler Louisville the guests Moremen Tuesday Chapln ceiving congratulations on the arrival their home Railroad streetMrs James Bate Herndon hostess inahonor Evan Pusey Chicago PrincetoneNewsom Gardner have taken rooms with Gardners James Smith Walnut street Miss Lelia Turner Louisville visitor her auntMiss Mary Cornwall time Charlie Chamberlain left Cleveland Smith and daughter Misseo Annie were visitors Louisville week Mable Monday afternoon game were served enjoyed afternoon Annie hostessto club afternoon Quits number friends Bate Wed Evan Pusey Julia Clarkson Hastings White guests Marshall Board daughter Helen returned home Monday from services Methodist church standing pastor Presbyterian church preach the Separate schools Let good who fearful mixed schools under school take heart parties created violate any article Constitu Nannie returned not have must 18th than address Editor past visit kind word News hopes will enter contest Hensel lastweek friends Owensboro girl parents J from an extended trip through Texas to the gulf coast She declares ideal conditions exist there for raising every thing that can be produced from the combined influence of seed soil sunshine and showers Miss Ellen Mun ford who accompanied her will remain with her sister Mrs McMullen In Oklahoma until the end of this week The contractor is pushing the work on the Methodist parsonage The house Has been moved to the center of the lot Another story will be added mnk ing it both more commodious and com fortableThere is a home maker in this com munity who has had every maidwhom she has employed for ten years to marry while In her service There have been in this number a grass widow a thrice widow old maids and young maids Applications for the position will be received by this scribe The worst forest fire of the season raged about McGhees farm on last Fri day destroying his pear orchard and doing much damage to timber and fencing in that locality General pray ers for rain would not be out of order bsthankful for which is unacknowledged Official Vote of Breckenringe County Novem a her Election 1908 1- t H tI rnrnldltcc-I a g g 8 0n 0pCO cr c C 11 III I p cr 11 ftd I Ia Ii m Po I itI c 1CO Ii IPRECINCTSr r n III 8 p I Itt IdIII ra I rr I I r C1 1 t 0 I 0 0 P 0I 0 n 0 CIc Co tI jP p if I III 1 I III IpI Q e i i i iII i nardlnsburg No1 127 169 6 2 127 168I Hurolnsburg No 2 155 00 11 S 159 DO t ilardlnsburg No 3 168 ttt 3 1162IIard- lnsbur 84 No4 + 130 109 9 I 128 107 Oloverport No 1 81 lZ 78 72 101 04 31100Clov-erport 05No 20 loyer port No 3 165 1512 165 152 Bulltown W 47 1118 4i a IM Ire 149 103 Htopuensport 111 12P 2 4133 128 Union Star 34 105 1 1 533 100Mooloyvlllo 109 111 100 lID IrvingtonWebster 100 102 C S 100 09 125 as 4 125 67Bewliyvllle r 37 45 538 45 Ouster Big Bprlntc 174 144 01 175 144 w 1611 D S 9 150 02 Hudson i Mooku 125 44 2 126 43 128 128 14 11 125 1 McDanlete Glencloano 104131 10 1 103 I 183 91 4 tl 182 02 Uockvalo TotBlIf laX32009l 811 28 I 8 1258718077r Usplurn1iri 513 Johnsons plurality 810 = v- a C SCHOOL MEETING J Of Tenchtrs Trustees Patrons and Educations Next Friday at The County Capital At ten oclock Friday morning November 13 the teachers of the county will assemble in the circuit court room I at Hardinsburg for the best one day meeting in the history of the countyl The day will be given to each teacherII who attends Every trustee is invited to be present A big attendance is expectedIThe County Board of Education wilt be thereIEvery attempt is being made to secure State Supt Crabbe The following program will be rendar ed Address Pros H H Cherry Address Mrs Chas Weaver of Loulsf vllleII Benefits of the new school Law Hon John P Haswell Grading the Public Schools Miss Verbal McMullen What it means to be Supereutendent Joel H Pile What it means to be a member of the 1 Board of Education Jesse Whitwortht What it means to be a trustee K Hnrmon What It means to be a teacher Joe TrentWhat it means to be a patron Gusr BrownWhat it means to be a pupil Miss Ella Whittinghillt IN MEMORIALt Mrs James Basham was born May 311864 died at her home at Mt Vernon Ill Oct 101008 Before marriage she was a Miss Hendry daughter of Alex Hendry deceased While quite young she professed faith In Christ and joined the Baptist church at this place and was a consis tant member until death She had been a cripple and an Invlaid all herf life but always bore her suffering with true Christian faith Though never well she had only been very 111 about ten days before I she died J When her mother reached her bedt side on Thursday evening before shett died She told her she had come too C late She realized her stay on earth was but ashort while She prayed to J die She was married to Mr Taylor Basham Nov 30 18U9 She leaves a husband an aged mother and the following sisters and brothers to weep for her Mrs Mary Burch Teresita Mo Who h3d notII seen her for four years and contem plated visiting her soon had she lived Mrs Georgia Wallace Troy Tenn Mr Sandy Mrs Cora Beard Miss Josie Roscoe and Winfield all of Ken tuckyTo prove that Janie had many friends was shown by the large crowd that attended her burial also by thec beautiful bunch of flowers sent by the good ladies from her home at Mt Vernon IllCC Her family express their sincere thanks to the good people of Mt Vernonfor their help and kindness during the illness and death of their I daughter and beloved sister At her request her remains were brought here and laid to rest by her father on Monday following her death which MeShe was a true wife obedient daughter kind and affectionate sister and always had a kind word for every lone and seemed almost like a mother to her younger brothers and sisters The writer extends her deepest sympathy to the family especially to the three sisters and brother that could not have a last look on their dear sisters face Blessed are they that die In the Lord A Friend Best Ever complimentstthem have come up to the one given the Assistant Editor last Sunday it was a pig from the farm of Mr Herbert Beard at Hardinsburg The Assistant Editor Is perfectly delighted with the gift and can hardly wait until Its big enough to drive to market Will Finish Church flRev E B Williams colored is tak ing up a collection among the citizens of this place for the purpose of completin- the African M E Zion church iu East land FARMERS INSTITUTE Opened at Tell City Yesterday For a Four Days Session Enthusiastic Meeting The annual meeting of the Farmers Institute of Perry county opened at Toll City Ind yesterday and will convene Friday of this week Cannelton Enquire SOCIETY NOTES 1 The members of the Epworth League were entertained in grand style in the parlors of the Methodist church Thurs day evening Miss Edith Burns the social president of the League assisted by Misses Margaret BurnEdith and Eva Plank and Jennie Mabel Harris had charge of the entertainment 000 Miss Eva McGlothlan of Irvington who spent the week end with Miss Louise Babbage was the guest of honor at an oyster luncheon given at JamesYounger 000 Mr and Mrs James Montgomery announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Mary Emma Montgomery to Mr Henry Wathen of Bards The date of the wedding which will be a quiet one has not been deter Elizabethtown Mirror 000 Miss Ruth McCracken and Mr Ernest Cecil and Miss Elizabeth Mc Cracken and Mr Gus Wheatly were the contracting parties in a double wedding ceremony which was solemnized at Stithton Tuesday The brides are sisters and are the accomplished daughters of Mr Willis McCracken of there youngfarmerswedding took place in the Catholic church Father Henry officiating A pretty home wedding was solemn ized at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Wash Rhodes Sunday afternoon at 330 The contracting parties were Miss Lillian Rhodes and Charles R Fagin of Cincinnati The ceremony was performed by Father Holleran Meade Messenger 000 The Girls Club will meet at the home of Miss Anne Jarboe this afternoon 000 Mrs Ella Jordan has just gotten a handsome Cecelian for the St George Hotel It is one of the very best makes and the tone is beautiful Mrs Jordans friends are delighted over her getting the instrument and will enjoy the music- as much as she does 000Miss Lula Severs entertained the members of her Sunday School class Saturday afternoon Those present were Misses Martha Miller Jeanette Burns Susette Sawyer Virginia Mc Gavock and Mildred Babbage boo The Ladies Reading Club will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs Chas Skillman NOTICE We the undersigned farmers and land owners of Breckenridge county Ky residing near Cloverport hereby give notice to all persons that we forbid hunting and killing game or trapping or gathering hickory nuts or tresspass ing on our said premises either through the day or at night or at any time from and after this date without the written permission of the owner Anyone known to be guilty of such trespassing will be prosecuted to the extent of the law November 7th 1908 F Fraize Clint Murray L 0 John son George Harris H E Beavin Nat Taul C B Elder W S Ashbey J M Beavin Louis Sahli Joe P Smart John Jennings L L Waggoner Forrest Jennings J E Smith J B Chapin Chas E Chapin J M Mullen W E Blain J D Seaton W R Burdett Walter Meador J F Carter A A Miller J C Furrow W B Allen J W Smith F Kennedy C W Moor man Leo Hinton Walter Barboe E M Taul Thos Satterfield J A Hinton N S Benard Mrs li V Thompson S C Hendrickson I F Isome Wm N Johnson E B Oglesby J W Isome FgMattingly J W Stone OK Haidiri John Warfleld Harvey Owen r IWT rr r- n F = i i J jCableCopyrl4tht 1 1 o O Obo from their door Graydon to hear both sides of the story iI IIlItreetcrossed the street with hesitating I His thin coat collar was button jj i about his neck his gloveless i iumds were wet and cold from the i lst As he stopped at the foot of i t iio stone steps a man came hurrying a ong glancing at the house numbers H ho approached- Do you know whether this Is David t askedti I was a young fcjm and an eager one uI think It is The other bounded up the stops and t Jng the bell When the servant open t ed tho door Bansemer heard the new rIval ask for Cable adding that he itas from one of the newspapors and tfyit ho uiu t see him at once Bansemer stood stark and dumb at toe foot of the steps The whole sltua tjon had rushed upon him like an ava lanche Herbert had filed his charges aid the hasty visit of the reporter roved that David Cable was an in strument in them The blood surged fo his head He staggered under the Bock of Increased rage Graydou is against me Theyve iron him over Open the door I want xny son lie shouted the demand in the face of the startled servant as pushed rudely past him heII You stay here young fellow youll hear a story that will fill a andII paper I am Jamos Bansemor Where la Cable Your to tho servant I Sh cried the frightened servant recognizing him Mrs Cable Is rest j lagsirWhat Are you doing here Ban Bcmcr demanded of tho reporter exert- Jlg all Ills crafty resourcefulness In- the effort to calm himself Cable has been elected president o- fto began the young man just as Cable himself started down the stair way Cable where Is my son r demand ed Bausemor loudly starting toward tho steps He had not removed his hat and was Indeed an ominous figure jablo clutched tho stair rail and glared down at him in amazement Before he could pull himself together sufficiently to reply Graydon Bansemor Burned past him and started in alarm at the unexpected figure below Whats the matter dad he cried t What has happened i Ah You think something could have happened eh You shant bo taken lu l11 y then Come down here boyFather are you crazy gasped Gra loll rushing down the stairs Get him away from here Graydon for Gods sake exclaimed Cable Take him away lies your father but if he stays In this house a minute longer Ill kill him The man from the newspaper was shrewd euoigh to withdraw Into a less exposed spot He saw a groat boat In prospect Gm don stopped as if stunned by a I blow Bobby Klgby came running toII the hood of the stairs followed by j June and another young woman James I Bansemer t ould not have been expect cd to know It but Rlgby and Miss I Jlogg had come to tell these friends that thoy were to be married In Decem bersKill me eh Not If you cant do a better Job than you did the other night I here you reporter ask Mr Cable to j J explain the mystery of that affair on the lake front Oh I know all about it Youve started In to ruin me but Ill be In on It myself Well have alI general cleaulng up Father What are you talking about cried Graydon aghast I I S They havent told you about the j lake front eh I should think not See him crlngelBI J Cable had indeed fallen back against k tho wall halfway up the stops white raisedirkj as she came from her room f Go back he whispered hoarsely totlr thurt She reached the banister and j x tellllod over her lIlDJune ter r r tr utter a swift glance lit Take Jane away she murmured tlreallzlng that the blow was to fall I Ill stop Ills Infernal tongue shout I t tcdCable leaping down the steps his I laughedIjj jashe braced himself for tho shock t Thy did not come together for Gray don threw his big frame In the path of the assailant For an instant there t f was a frightful uproar Rigby and the servant rushed to the young mans as 1sislanco Tho women were screaming t with terror the men were shouting W was there was a violent struggle which played havoc In the hallway I Call the police I shouted Rigby You infernal traitor hissed James Pnnsemer You claim to be Grays dons friend and yet you are the ono y who has led the plot to ruin me r f What does It all mean cried Gray don holding the shaking Cable tightly t s Tlicro was a moment of intense si r Pence except for tho heavy breathing t Of tho men Graydon was staring I wide eyed at his father Ho saw the l cruel sardonic smile spread over his g ice and shuddered j Tvo simply come to take you out of i tho clutches of these people Ive Baited to see it that scheming woman i twp there would tell you of her own Mnnnwt Kiio hoant told you SO LWI1L- k l a I fy f f f IIIP Cv V v auu cuunot innrrythflrglrirroryour haughty Jane Cable was picked up a In doorstep cast oft by the woman who bore her The crash had come The heartless accuser stood like n tragic player iIn the center of his stage pouring out his poison without a touch of pity for tho stricken girl who after the first thrill of indignation and horror had shrunk back into her mothers arms bewilder ed Call the police If you like laughed Bansemer at the end of Ills tirade It isnt a criminal offense to tell tho truth It will sound Just as wen In court Jane Mr RigbyII muring I might have saved you all1 this but I couldntoh I couldnt pa thepriceYou snake groaned Cable weak and hoarse with rage Jane ho has lied There Is not a word of truth in what he says I swear it to you Ho hOtBy heaven she hasnt told all cried Bansemer Youyou after still think she is yoursII I Father exclaimed Graydon stand ing straight before the other DavidI Cable had dropped limply Into a chair his hand to his heart I wont stanut by and hear you any longer Tak back what youve said about her o Ill forget that you are my father andGraydon exclaimed Bansemer falling back his expression changln like a flash The smile of triumph loft his face nnd his lip twitched You forget II am doing this for your sake My God boy you dont un derstand Dont turn from me t i them They have I j Thats enough father Dont sa j another word Youve talked like a I I J The girl sank limp a helpless in Gray dons armsJJ madman See Look what youve J done Oh Jane he caught sight ot I the girl on the landing and rushed up to hor I Is it true Graydon is It true slu walled beating her hands upon his I armI it cant be true Hes gone mad dearest j la It true mother Tell me j metI tellII Prances Cables white lips J i but no sound came forth Her J I eyes spoke the truth however The i j girl sank limp and helpless in GrayIjJ i j dons arms and knew no more At the I foot of the steps Rlgby was pointing I his trembling fingers at James BanII J seiner I Youll pay for this tomorrow ho I 1 j camralYoublackmaIlerlIlot us go home Como boy 1 Not nownot now answered the 1 hoarsely IllIll try to come home tonight father Im not sure J that I can My place is herewith I her Without a word James Bansemer 1 turned and rushed out into the street II- of rage and disappointment in 1 his eyes lIe had not expected the j gall Until the break of day he sat in his chill room waiting for the rasp ofJhis sons night key but Graydon did I 1 not come home L I I CHAPTER XX I hisIG stricken crushed Hg had heard the story of J his fathers baseness 1 from Frances Cable and he had been J told the true story of Jane From I Rigby he learned of the vile transactions In which his father had dealt At first ho could scarcely believe his I own ears but In the end ho saw that but halt tho truth could ba to- ldiIa j rItJor 41f= t tv j CYO O OO- By George Barr McCutcheon Author of Beverly of Graustark Etc it was past nfidnlght when ho le- n a I David Cables not to go to his own I HeIf high life lie knew that Jane would suffer agents untold but he would noc blame his father for that he know that arrest and disgrace hung over the tall gray man who had shown his true and amazing side at last he knew thA shame and humiliation were to be his own share In the division Down heInourished the hope that Elias could disclosures ease the pain of these DroonaIl As he traversed the davit streets across town he woe vaguely wonder- y Ing whether Janes eyes would ever lose the pained hopeless expression he had last seen In them He wondered l whether she would retract her avowal I 1that she could not bo his wife with the shame upon her he rejoiced In tearless lifeless promise to hold In no fault for what had happened Distressed and miserable he spent the remainder of the night In Elias I I Drooms squalid rooms sitting before the little stove which his host replen shed from time to time during the weary hours rDroom answered his questions with a direct tenderness that surprised even himself He kept much to himself however and advised the young man to reserve Judgment until after he hadL heard his fathers side of the story Ive been loyal to James Bansemer Graydon and Ill still be loyal to him Hes not done right by other pqople youoIf he wanted to do right by meI JallCsminy fortune exclaimed the young manI bitterly I Because he really wanted you t t oimarry her Anybody can see she I i GrayIdondesire to make capital of It In connection with Mrs Cable I told him so I dont believe he knew Just what ho was doing ho was so used to success you see Cant you go to sleep boy You need to God no Id advise you to go home and talk It over with your father Tomorrow will be time enough after the newspapers are out I cant bear to think of the disgrace lIar bort has been lInterviewed they say Hes told everything Talk to your father tonight my boy Thoie may bo may be warrants tomorrowThe man dropped his head on his arm and burst Into tears Old Droom puffed vigorously at his pipe his eyes shifting and uncomfortable Twice he attempted to speak and could not In both instances he arose and youngIDroom cleared his throat with raucous emphasis took his snaky gaze from a print on the wall representing Dawn and spoke You wouldnt think It to look at me now or any other time for that matter but I loved a woman once a longtime ago She never knew It I didnt expect her to love me How could I Dont cry Graydon Youre not like I was The girl you love loves you Cheer up If I were you Id go ahead and make her my wife Shes good enough Ill swear She says she cant marry me Good heavens Elias You dont know what a blow It was to her It almost killed her And my own father Oh It was terrible Elias Doom did not tell himnor had he ever told any ono but himself that the woman he loved was the boys mother lie loved her before and after she married James Bansemer He never had faltered In his love and reverence for her Graydon waited In his rooms until the old man returned with the morning papers As Droom placed them on the table beside him he grinned cheer fullyBig headlines eh But these are not a circumstance to what they wit be These articles deal only with the great mystery concerning tho birth of one of the most beautiful and popular young womn In Chicago Walt wait until the Bansemer smash comes to re enforce the story1 Fine reading eh Dont Elias for heavens sake dont cried tho young man HaveI you no soft spot In yopr heart I be hove you enjoy all this Look I Look what It says about herl Tho whole shameful story of that steno last night There was a reporter there when It happened Together they read the papers Their i comments varied The young man writhed and groaned under the revela tions that were going to the public J The old clerk chuckled and philoso phizedEvery one of these papers prophesied other and more sensational de velopments before the day was over It promised to be war to tho knife be tweon David Cable president of the Pacific Lakes and Atlantic and the man Bansemer In each Interview with Cable he was quoted as saying emphatically that the adoption of Jane had been made with his knowledge and convent The supposed daughter WRJa UM only auo to whom the star ti d 4 Ic jIjjjj1I rung revelations were a surprise There also was mention of the fact that tit young woman had immediately broken her engagement with James Banse mers son There were pictures of the leading characters In the drama I cant stay In Chicago after all this exclaimed Gra don springing to his feet his hands clinched In despair To be pointed out and talked about To be pitied nnd scorned I To see the degradation of my own father Ill go anywhere Just so It Is away from Chi cagoDroom forgot his desire to scoff His sardonic snllo dwindled into a ludi crously pathetic look of dismay tIe begged the young man to think twice before lie did anything foolish In any event he Implored let me get you some breakfast or at least a cup of coffee In the end he helped Graydon Into his coat aid glided off down Wells street with him It was 7 oclock IIand every corner newsstand glowered back at them with black frowns as paperstof them were discussing the sensation A asleep keeper shouted to them It ilont always happen over on de west tide does It I Graydon went to the office of Clegg Groll a Davidson early and arranged his affairs so that they could be taken up at once by another and then avoid ing his folio r workers as much as pos Cleggl heIto give up place In the office All argument put employemr went for ucught cause ac tion was not discussed but it was un derstood IIt you ever want to come back to us Graydon wo will welcome you with open arms It isnt as bad as you think You dont understand Mr Clegg was all that Graydon could say Then he hurried oft to face his fa tier James Bansemer haggard from loss of sleep and from fury over the aliena tion of his son together with the fear of what the day might bring was pac ing the floor of his private office Droom had cased his mind but little Iin regard to his son When he heard Grnydons voice In the outer room his face brightened and he tools several lIeImcmbrance that his son had turned against him the night before and his face hardened Graydon found him standing stern and unfriendly before the steam radi ntor in the darkest corner of the room his hands behind his back The young man plumped down heavily In his fa thers desk chair Wiry didnt you come home last night demanded the other I hated the thought of It he an swered dejectedly Youve listened to their side of tho story Youre a splendid son you are sneered the father There is nothing base and unprin cipled in their side of the story They have tried to shield her They have never harmed her But you Why father youve blighted her life for ever They were going to tell her In a day or so anti they could have made It easy for her Not like this Why in heavens name did you strike her like that Shcsshes the talk of tho town Shes ostraclsed thats what she is and shes the best girl that ever livedOh you think they would have told her eh No They would have let her I marry Well and what was your position Why were you so considerate up to last night If you knew why did you let me go on so blindly The truth Is father If you must have it you have acted like a scoundrel James Bansemer glared at his son with murder In his eyes- I wouldnt have believed the other things they say of you If I hadnt this to break down my faith 1 heard this with my own ears It was too contemptible to forget in n lifetime I did not come here to discuss it with you I The thing Is done I came here to tell you that I am going to leave Chicago You wont go so I will Bansemer I still glared at him but there was amazement mingling with rage In his I eyes I cant look a soul In the face I I am ashamed to meet the Cables j Good Lord Im afraid even to think otl Janecc I suppose youyou would marry her like a fool even now muttered tho I fatherMarry her Of course I would I love her more than ever Id give my life for her Id give my soul to ease the pain you have thrust upon her But Its over between us Dont let our affairs worry you She has ended it I dont blame her How could she marry your son I have hoped that 11 might not be your son after all Bansemer leaned heavily against the radiator gasping for breath Then he staggered to the couch and dropped upon it moaning Graydon Graydon Dont say that Dontl Ill make everything right Ill try to undo it all My boy you are the only thing on earth I love Ive been heartless to all tho rest of the world but I love you Dont turn against me The son stood looking at him in dull wonder His heart was touched He had not thought that this stern man could weep he began to see the misery that was breaking him Dad dont do that he said start Ing toward him Im sorry Im sorry for you- Bansemer leaped to his feet his mood changing like a flash I dont want your pity I want your love and loyalty I didnt mean to be weak Will you leave Chicago 1 with me I must go Well go at once anywhere only together We can escape If we stnrt now Come J wont xo that warl j exclaimed I iiihi Jifit 6 jrvlw I yyaoasr idoMor Jt7 1HECHERPESTPERYEAR ROOFINGG If you average the cost price of JII ASBESTOS RQOFINO 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 ASBESTOSIDB is an Asbestos Sheathing and is tho most eco nomical durable nnd easily applied siding known Ask for samples and prices It W Johns lanville Company 217231I Claybourn St Milwaukee Wls Graydon Not like a criminal No You wont There was n answer Then theres nothing more to say Go Leave me alone I had prayed that you might not info been like this Go I have Important busit ness to attend to at once Ho ens his gaze toward the drawer In which the pistol lay I dont expect to see you again Take this message to tho Cables Say that I am the only liv ing soul who knows tho names of that girls father and mother God alone can drag them from me Graydon was silent stunned bowl dered Ills father was trembling be fore him and he opened his lips u ut ter the question that meant so much If the answer came Dont ask mel cried Bansem You would be the last Id tell I dont believe you know cried Graydou Ah you think Ill tell you tri umphantlyI want to know He sat down his moody gaze upon his father Neither spoke for many minutes Neither had the courage James Banseme- finally started up with a quick loot nt the door Droom was speaking to sonic one in the outer office Go now ho said harshly I want Ip be alone Father are ouare you afraid o these charges His father laughed shortly and extended his hand to the young man Dont worry about me They can down James Banscmcr You may leav e Chicago Ill stay Goodby Graydon Goodby dad They shoo hands without flinching ind tho young man left the room On the threshold the father called after himWhere do you expect to go I dont know Droom was talking to a youth who held u notebook in his hand and who appeared frightened and embarrassedII Gray on shook hands man Droom followed him into the hallIf you ever need n friend Gray don he said In n low voice call on me If Im not In Jail Ill help you Half an hour later Graydon rang the Cables doorbell Miss Jane is not seeing any one today sir said the servant Say that I must see her protested the young man Im going away to nlchtgnat urtnruoon ho enllstea ana tne following morning was going west ward with a party of recruits bound eventually for service with tho reg ulars In the Philippines I TO BE CONTINUED State of I tLUCUdSS Frank J Cheney makes oathtbat be Is son ior partner of tho firm of F Choney d Co doing business In the City of Toledo County and Stato aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ovary case of Oattarrh that dun not bo cured by tho use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this Oth day of December A D 1880 A W Gleason LSEALNotary Public internallyandof the system Sendfor testimonials free F J Cheney fc Co Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation v Had Its Limitations- A Scottish farmer was proudly show lug a visitor an antique clock which had recently come into his possession Isnt that a gran clock ho said I bocht It at an auction sale in the toon the ithcr day an got a rale bar gain YS but does It keep good time the vlsltbr asked Ah wee Its no good enough to catch a train or that sort o thing but good enough to get up to yer breakfast wi A Budding Philologist Bobble aged five saw a cow grazing In bin mothers flower garden and shouted Scat Scatl Tbe cow didnt seem to be much in l timidated and calmly ate on Three excitement I Wobble tell hies to cowll Delln- eator I i oFAKE PAINTINGS One of the Ingenious Tricks of the Picture Dealer The tricks of the picture dealer istone that was played quite recently dealer ordered from an artist a tavern scene in the old Dutch style signed In the corner with n facsimile of Jan Stccns signature When the smoky look of age had been givEn It the deal er eyed It with approval t SplendidI he said to the needy art ist Its n pity you shouldnt hnve tho credit of It Pray sign It with your own nave It may make your reputa tion paintedrover the signature of Jan Steen and set his own name there Three weeks later the picture started for New York consigned to n Fifth avenue merchant of paintings But by the same boat went an anonymous letter to the cus tom house officials warning them that an attempt was being made to smug Dutchrschool worth 40000 The picture was seized Experts were called in They scraped off the signature of the artist and found underneath that of Jan Steen The Importer had to pay a fine nfaddition 8000 duty Three days later however he sold his Jan Steen guar anteed by the United States govern for the round sum of 50000 tThus he made a fair profit for tho orig inal cost of the picture was 1470 francs paid to the poor devil of an artist Broadway Magazine The Sneeze Inopportune- Of all the embarrassing predica ments the one that I was in was the worst ever said a prosperous down p town business man addressing hisVpartner in their office on the fifteenth floor of one of the Broadway skyscrapers I got In the elevator n few moments ago he continued and the draft as we shot roof ward caused me to sneeze I felt it coming and as I opened my i mouth for a hearty achu out popped my 150 set of false teeth Say when that car full of silly stenographers began to snicker I could have gone through a keyhole without touching sides top or bottomNew York Globe Forces a Discharge The Japanese servant has many cu rious traits said the man who keeps one besides his constant habit of eating raw fish but he Is Inordinately po lote as n rule For Instance he never will give you notice that he wishes to leave you Instead his work will growtsteadily worse and worse till you cant stand it any longer and so you fire him Its always done purposely to avoid the necessity of telling you out right that ho is tired of you and wants to quit Social Analogy Mrs SubbubsThat Mrs Newcome Just moved Into tho Dudleys old house on Saturday so 1 called today Mr SubbubsWell well how like poker this social game Isl Mrs SubbubsHow do you mean Mr SubbubsWhy In poker you also call when you want 8to see what the other persons got f Philadelphia Press Tho Missing FeaturorThat meadow scene looks far from aatural declared the stage manager What can nil it t Begosh I believe its the absence ot advertising signs Louisville Courier i Journal SneakyttMagistrateSneaky sort of What dq you mean sir maniiWell sorr hes the sort of man never look ye straight In the face your backs turned Theres no phosphorescence flow ers to speak of but they may lighten up many n darkened spot In life Mnnckester Union- Gamekeepor to cockney sportsman If you dont hit a hare the first shot fire tho other barrel at him SportsmanAnd It I miss him then What shall I dort tthrowt graph A hImLondonTelCp Backf p That pain In your back enused j by lumbago stiff muscles or H Rtrnin Is an easy thing to got rid of Ballards Snow Liniment cures rheumatism lum c bago sorry and stiff muscles strains sprains cuts burnt bruises scalds and r all aches stud pains Yott gsed a bottle in your house Sold byAJt FislMKy 1rc n GOOD HIGHWAY HELPS i fHow to Solve the Problem of Clean Roadsides DESTROY NOXIOUS WEEDS Build Good Fences In Front of Farms t Uso the Drag and Harrow Until Cold f WeatherTip on Improving Sand 1RoadsIt Is encouraging to see the atten ton that Is being paid to good roads nil through the United States Van i ous state organizations are taking the Jfmntter up national conventions are r meett France Everything points toward t better highways better facilities for- KJ marketing crops and better conditions r for the farmer j-Y A good road brings one nearer to sf his neighbors nearer to his church and school and nearer to his market tThe tlmo will soon como when one will speak of a farm as being ten mIn- utes t distant from town rather than two miles The popularity which the automobile Is rapidly acquiring among farmers will promote this good roads movementIn y with this movement the fol lowing suggestions on the improve valuefIt splendid for workofalong by taking care of the roads In I = I IIOW WBBDS DHBTROT TUB AFPBAltAXOU 01 A HOAD front of his own farm There is no surer method than to take pride In tho road that goes push your door D Ward King begun his successful road drag campaign In this way It has I spread from a little Missouri town to nil parts of the world j Tlierc Is one line of road Improve ment that Is more easily carried on than any other and consequently is f more frequently overlooked Every roadway can be kept free from nox Ious weeds with comparatively little s labor If the matter Is taken up prompt i ly Each weed that matures bares a more prolific crop of seed than Its predecessor If the fence corners and the roadside are kept free It will be an easy matter to exterminate tho undesirable weed pests which are com- IngC to be a decided problem If you cannot drag your road you can at least have regard for your adjacent field to keep the weeds from growing along the roadside When time labor and money have been expended upon tho beds of coun try roads and highways there Is the hope of compensation In the way of V Improvement Mississipplto and from his farnii why shouldnt l ho pay some attention to the roadside There are instances where ho has J c nil excuse A rank growth of weeds and briers may be more pleasing to tu look at than the fence they hide but j where land Is worth 50 or more per Vncre he forfeits that excuse A good I well constructed fence along the high Is tiny will arouse a certain amount of vi pride which acts as an Incentive to tat get busy with the scythe and ax and clean up f Many county supervisors and mem bers of the Iowa Good Roads assocla L tlon are advocating the building of a KPgood highway fence one which will Ipr bo an effectual guard against trespass wand add beauty to the landscape as P the real solution of tho clean roadside r problem Most of tho road tax has been work c ed out Presumably country roads BJJPOvMli need no further attention untill 1 next summer but they do just tho Wf0nme They must bo harrpwod drag 3 ged and leveled continuously until fro lessen solid This Is easy this Is Imjjor Pttant Neglect It and tho vast amount Pf v1f work and money expended will be largely wasted This Is the weaktrcsg ifcbf the present system of road man agement In tho ilfldle west The work Jills not economically done TJioro has g yearsgfcy dragging and harrowing newly tMd or repaired roads until cold weathera WT to iBiprov a sand roII R 1r 4+ Ioteky ehr kr1r- rA a 1baDa I f- IJ t CURED RHEUMATISM Nearly everybody is susceptible to a twinge of rheumatism sciatica tooth ache headache or neuralgia and its never safe to be without a good remedy for an emergency of this kind No matter what kind of pain you have the beneficial effect ol Sloans Liniment is immediate You lay it on lightly no rubbing whatever and a pleasant warmth is felt at once The Liniment penetrates right to the bone and quickly stops the pain Mr Chas J Budlong of Anthony R I Box 125 writes For many years I was a great sufferer from Rheumatism My hips would swell to enor mous proportions and my knee joints would pain me in the most excruciating awful manner imaginable I used often to have to fall from the bed into a chair and thence to the floor when I wanted to get from my bed I used only some six or eight bottles of your celebrated Liniment and was cured I cheerfully recommend its use to all rheumatic sufferers Refer to me if you so desho All letters answered NEW ROAD MACHINE Grading Attachment That Can Be Put Upon Any Traction Engine Streets of Iloldrege Neb have been Improved and beautified by a- very unique and eminently practical road and street grading machine the Invention of Elijah A Hollenbock of Funk Nub The machine was built by Mr Hollenbcck himself and notwithstanding its crudity of construe tion owing to lack of facilities Cor turning out tho proper kind of work It has proved a success and a money maker from the very start says thoII Omaha WorldHerald It Is in fact a road grading attachment so constructed that It can readily bo put upon any ordinary make of traction engine rho machine Is very simple In Its construction and seldom ever guts out of order or causes any annoyance to tho operator It consists of a frame attached to the boiler and running gear of the engine On the loft side directly In front of tho large drive wheel Is a beam carrying the plow The furrow cut by the plow Is just outside of the tread of the drive wheel of tho engine enabling the operator to cut a straight bank to any longthII desired The dirt is dropped moldboard upon a belt conveyor pass- Ing under the boiler of tho engine and deposited In tho middle of the street or road to snake the grade Tho outer end of this elevator can be raised or lowered to meet requirements Mr Hollenbcck th 5 Inventor Is a young farmer who has lived on a farm all his life lie has hind no special training as a machinist his only edu cation In that line being that gleaned from practical experience In operating thrashing machine and othor kinds of farm machinery Keep Out of Rut Save Roads It Is not unlikely that American farmers who have with thorn always the question of good roads and how to maintain them may find In the follow ing order which was Issued by the Panama canal commission to officers and men on the Isthmus a suggestion of how carelessness contributes to making good roads bad and bad roads worse The order says Notices have been posted at the cor rals and the corral foremen have In structed teamsters that the custom of wagons following In one anothers tracks must be discontinued Considerable of tho maintenance work on the macadam roads especially during the wet season Is made necessary by wagons wearing deep ruts The team sters have been Instructed to distribute travel over the full width of the high ways and It Is believed that the cost or road repairs will be much reduced a soon as compliance with these instructions becomes eenerft Grading a Roadbed It Is simply extraordinary the lack of judgment shown by many who un dertake to shape a roadbed The road allowance In various states Is sixty six feet In rounding up the roadbed the earth Is sometimes moved toward the center from nearly the entire dis tance of the width of the road This means that the ditches for carryln- away the water are not distant from the fences that hedge loathe highway The roadbed Is entirely too wide It cannot be sufficiently roundod towar the center and as a result water docs not run off with sufficient quickness The temptation to spoil roads by grad ing them thus Is all the stronger since road graders have come Into use Thisl result follows from tho egmrnrativ- quickness with which the earth can be moved by these machines A dlstanc- ot fortytwo to fortyflvo feet betwee- the outer edges of the ditches fur niches a roadbed sufficiently wide Mr HIghdeal Money talks doesnt It Mrs IlighdealOh yes but iit sometimes seems as If It needed ia voice lozenge or something Exphange t PjICan you believe your senses i2 When two of them taste andsmell having hues impnredif nnVrStriy d1 stoyed by Nasal Catarrh are fullyre stored by Elys Cream Balm can you doubt that this remedy deserves all that has been said of it by the thousands who have used it It is applied directly t the affected air passages and begins its healing work at once Why not get iit today All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warri II St New York onreosipt of 56 cents HINTS FOR BUSY WOMEN How Newspapers on Kitchen Tables Prove Traveling Universities The faithful reader of the Atlantic Monthly Magazine will remember well the young woman who confessed In an Issue of two or three years ago that the source of her remarkable fund of Information and her broad knowledge of affairs was all due to her grand mothers uncompromising Ideals of economy and cleanliness Was the kitchen table freshly scrubbed and the board above the sink washed and scoured Then cover them with news papers Newspapers were everywhere and as this young woman who was then a girl In her early teens pared the apples or shelled the pens or wash ed the dishes thrice dully her eyes traveled up and down the columns of those papers that shrouded everything about her Editorials and news items all were alike to her She rend them all and rending remembered The methods of today are neither so deliberate nor so particular as to per mit this sortof newspaper educa tion but a contributor to a current uiagasdue suggests another method by which she obtains a liberal education while on the wing as It were She is a busy woman and can spare only a few minutes ouch day for the papers A hasty glance at the head lines or a look at the lending articles In the magazines may be nil that she has time fcr but thoro are often long articles on art or literature or mat toys of national Importance which she longs to rend through So she has formed time habit of marking these ar tidies mind after the other members of the family have read the paper ono of the children cuts the marked pieces out and slips them Into the mothers pocketbook These can bo read through on the car when waiting for an appointment or at other odd seasons and thoroughly enjoyed And so In the end this busy woman finds herself not go far behind the times after all Design For Street Costume The drawing shows a very smart costume for street wear tho coat hav- Ing tho newest features of the season DESIGN FOIl STREET COSTUME The model Is In black broadcloth with satin rovers and satin passemen terie buttons but the model Is also especially well adapted to soft flat fur such as pony skin or caracal The skirt of tho gown Is In walking lengths In a gored circular and the sleeves are small and fitted without fullness Into the armhole Kitchen Help A dozen grains of rice In a saltcellar will absorb dampness and keep the ealt In powder It also breaks the lumps that there may bo In the salt An alarm clod kept In the kitchen may be set to ring at the time the vegetables should be put over the fire or the hot bread or the cake or pudding togtime In many other matters Racks for kettle and pan covers may be made on time back of th doors of muchdtrouble Get brass screw hooks and arrange them on the lower edges of the crosswise panels of the door Screw larger hooks At each end of the panels and stretch tho door springs at Theedistance of the spring from the bottom theesize of the covers The hooks for the hemput about the middle of tho panel and for the smallest covers quite near the bottomThe covers or fiat trays slipped be tween the spring and tho doors will rest on the hooks along the lower edge I For Milk Bottles A little rubber Hd for milk bottles Is nOVVpt sale at the grocery stores prbesel orb circular lpieces bf flexible white rubber with1 a little round but ton in the center and they fit in any mill bottle taking tho place of the- o nerve trying paper top or the older tin form These rubbers cost 5 cents find last practically forever Once tried sue will never be without them Milk mottles should be carefully wfiM about the top with a wet cloth before removing the pasteboard tip BENEFITS 1It11 DISEASE Typhoid if You Pull Through Gives You a New Stomach GOOD EVEN IN RHEUMATISM That Painful Affliction Keeps Other Miseries Out cf the System and Is a Promoter of Long LifeBlessings of Colds and Smallpox To be struck down by disease seems n most undesirable thing yet there are many living today in the fullest on joyment of very excellent health who but for an attack of some disease would have lived a life of almost per petual misery These people were first of nil victims of Indigestion in Its worst form and only those who have experienced It know what true indigestion is Struck down by ttyphoid fever they came through tho trying ordeal cured of Indigestion for one outstanding cc centricity of ttyphoid Is that If you pass through an attack safely It gives you n new stomach In fact after un attack of typhoid tho victim Is usually left with n stomach like an Infant That is the grand chance offered to one who has suffered It may be for long years from acute Indigestion If only he takes rare after an attack of typhoid he need never know Indiges tion again Be It remembered that any one trou bled with severe Indigestion is not ad vised to go bunting around for typhoid fever That might prove to bo a disas trous course to followIA chronic cold Is just one of those things which none of us want yet oven a chronic cold has Its good points more especially If you happen to be up In years a bitnot too old of course People who are up In years and who suffer from chronic bronchitis seem to get remarkably well It keeps time blood In good circulation for of course the victims have to cough and that gives tha heart a jerk and scuds time blood coursing nicely through time veins and arteries If the cold be not too acute old peo ple derive considerable benefit An acute attack on the othor hand may cut off an old person In a day or two It Is the chronic typo only which yields benefitSmallpox is a dreaded scourge so much so that If it be reported that n case exists In a neighborhood a thrill passes through the whole community- Yet those who suffer from smallpox and recover usually live to n green old age It seems to renew life in some mysterious way by thoroughly purifying the blood If however you desire to attain to a ripe old age you cnunot get on at all without rheumatism Consider the hosts of old folks you encounter hob thug about grumbling all time day about their bones and joints In all probability these old Ipeople would have been In their graves years be fore but for this very rheumatism Tho reason Is that if rheumatism Is In time system It keeps other Ills out It makes a grand fighting force and keeps most other enemies of the hu man frame at bay especially those of the germ type Very naturally If you have such a grand friend at hand you have to pay something for aid rendered but the pain of rheumatism if shockingly se vero at times Is not deadly and tint Is why one gets so little sympathy when suffering from rheumatism But time plain fact is that a slight malady always benefits you even If Indirectly As an example of that say ti very bad spell of weather comes along cold and wet and you contract a slight chill What do you propose to do Why to take time greatest care of yourself and make as certain as possible that your cold gets no chance of develop ing Into anything worse Now did that very slight cold not male Its ap pearance and cause you to be ex tremely careful jof what you did there is no saying what might happen to you any day during a spell of evil cold weather You might havo exposed yourself so much that a severe chill would have seized you followed by Inflammation of the lungs Accordingly a slight cold may easily save you from many worso Ills In this way minor afflictions act as warnings that worse things are com ing along but unfortunately many persons quite neglect these warnings A man for example has indigestion more or less constantly yet pays little heed always expecting that It will disappear one day Now If he had just paid attention to thq ltftrtcr at the be ginning heeded the warning In short he might not have been let in for a severe livqr attack later on Every pain every ache every head ache all these are warnings that something else Is on the way and will be along shortly Pearsons Weekly An Idea of Business Does your titled soninlaw know anything about business Well answered Mr Cumrox doubtfully he has had a Jot of ex perience with promissory notes and he knows how to get n check raised Washington Star The Lightweight Champion SImpklns You say that little man was formerly the lightweight cham pion Tim Ins Yes SimkInsHow- did he lose the title Tlmkins Ob he didnt lose He merely sold his grocery and retired Chicago News To feign n virtue Is to have Its oppo site vice nawtboru II VALUE OF WIDE TIRES One of the First Essentials to Good Highways The King drag Is no doubt a good thing but how about the wide tired wagon Observe the dirt road after a thorough soaking Tho farmer cannot work In his fields and having some wheat corn oats or hogs to haul to market the time to haul Is while the fields arc unfit to be worked say- Ing time by doing so- Ho loads his product into his one and a half Inch tired wagon 3000 pounds or more and probably hitches four horses to his load and along the whole distance ho cuts a rut from throe to six Inches deep Several of his neighbors do likewise and soon the road Is worked down to time con sistency of mortar a foot deep says J P Anderson of Agenda Knit In the Farmers Advocate All observers will EFFECT or HARROW AND WIDE TIBKS bear me out when I say that if these tires had been four Inches or more the road would have been benefited rather than damaged A wide tire un for a load makes an observer think of a roller- I think this wide tiro proposition Is one of tho first essentials to good roods and should bo encouraged by legislation and a limit law for tho amount of load for every Inch of tire width If wagon tires were required to ho three Inches or moro for 2000 pound loads and one additional Inch for each added 1000 or major fraction thereof very much lest work would be required to maintain our roads i I OUT FOR THE BEST ROADS Why the West Believes In Building Highways For Automobiles The good roads movement In the east does not compare with that of the west said Horace 0 Gordon of the Oklahoma Good Roads association while be was in New York on a visit- I think the work of the good roads advocates In the east has stirred uptime public demand and desire for the best roads in this world In tho west but I do not believe the eastern states are currying out the work so thoroughly as the western states We In the west appreciate tho fact that the opening of the western country depends entirely upon Its roads and we are not going to build high ways which will last merely a decade like your eastern state roads to be torn up by automobiles We are building roads which time motor cars cannot tear up We feell that the automobile can do us more good than the horse because we have to cover hundreds of miles where you In the east cover tens of miles It seems a ridiculous thing to build a road for the use of the horse which Is on the decline and then when the automobile comes along and tears It up to jump up and yell that the motor car Is destroying our roads The thing to do Is to build roads for the automobile and then the horse can use them as long as he lasts which will not be a great while Forest Service and Good Roads Realizing that with thicker settle ment and Increasing use of time na- tIonal forests good roads will become more and more a crying necessity It has been arranged that the office of public roads of the department of agriculture shall cooperate with the forest service In drawing up plans for comprehensive systems of ronds and trails In the national forests Hitherto the funds al lotted by congress to the forest sonlceI for permanent improvements on na tional forests have largely been used for road and trail building but thoI amount is too small compared with the total area of the forests to make pos sible more than a small beginning Building each year under the new ar roCelencitoing the danger of undirected effort The roads trolls telephone lines and fire lines already constructed In na tional forests are proving of great value both In tie work of fire protection and In serving tho convenience of the public The further this work can be carried the greater will bo the use fulness of the forests to tho surround ing regions This Is only one of the many ways In which the forest service Is promoting tho interests of the peo ple Poor Roads Bad For Smokers Its hard to run out of Hobacker during wet times complained a farm erbeing headed off from the source f supply by Impassable roads and with nothing to do but to brood over fee situation A STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Tfotuers in highgrAde fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod erute prices Expel tailors employed J H HUNSCHE CasperMay CoCan eltonInd L rJlV4F r H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of too Courts of Brerkenrloee and adjoining coup t er Speclm itUcntlon given to col octton od Rees and criminal practice 11lrr rorto sOaleeWI IF iFTvi- t 7 is the surest and safestkk place you want to have your watch repaired go to T CoLEWIS ho knows how and does as he knows Ho hasone of tho finest collections of beautiful uptodate JEWELRY nil good not shoddy at the very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for liemember it is the same T C Lewis Come he is glad to welcome youjandfgive you satisfaction T C Lewis Home Jeweler HardinsburgI Ky aJa L 116 ST L TIME TABLE EAST UODND No 144 Dally Fast Train leave Clovrruort OT A M stops at Irvlnptco West Point kites and Medora only arrive at Louisville lISAIIINo nllyMallacd bJrrfss leaves Olo rerport 1004 A M stops at all WilY stations 1Train11mDall leaves Coverport 465 p HI itopitat all way stations east of Cloyerport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 736 o m Train No 148 l Bliy Clovprport iircDniro 4atlon arrives OloyerOrt H io u cr- WKST BOUND No M7 Dally Feinvillernanmrdatlotl leaves Covupt i0 n m stops atI ill way Ht tlon8 arrives FvInvllle900aii- Train No 141 Dully fast mall und express i unlYBfUawHvtllltanley Spotthvllle Reed ITcnderf on and ItTftnKrlllf arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 148 Mull and ExurefcH dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Kvansvllle 1030 p in tops at all stattor No 14z daily St Louis fast train leaves Ole rer port U 11 arrives Kvunsvlllol35 A061P I St o A M stops at lJawesv1l1e Owfnsbor and Henderson nnly Chair cars on trains 141 143 14B 144 between Louisville and Evansville nrough sleeping cars and free reclining chair cars on trains 145 an0144 between Louisville Kvunsvlllo aiid St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No2 dally except anday leaves Kordsvllle600 u res Irvington 040 am Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Kordsvlll 330 pm arrives Irvington 5i30 p tiiTrain Nol Sunday onlY Fordsvllle700 a m Irvington C35 a m WEST BOUND Train No3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 1110 am arrives Kordsville 2i55 p mTrain No5 Dally leaves Irvington 7C5p m arrives Kordsville 1015 D ui Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc yearPostabout 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 BABBAGE Cloverport Ky British Athletics- It has always been our boast that we are essentially a nation of athletes and ns yet we have no overwhelming reason for revising this boast But and the but is of no ordinary dimen sions our pride has been dashed Wo must walk very humbly awhile and set ourselves earnestly to discover why we have been outstripped by America and so find a remedy London Journal He Understood How IttDcell in erotaml where that follow stoatho one who was Just talking to use Jetvett Sure lip was stamhrrI ou uy feet most of the time New York Prl6lf We are natural believers Truth or the connection between cause weal ef feet alone interests usEmerson Mind Your Businessl If you dont nobody will It is your business to keep out of all time trouble you can and you can and will keep out of liver and bowel trouble if you take Dr Kings New Life Pips They keep biliousness malaria and Jaundice out of your system 25c at Severs flrujj A tIIII L IJ THE BRECKE1NRIDGE NEWS j JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO I 1 i iil8suedEvery Wednesday i c I Subscription Price 100 a year in advance I ICARDSj OF THANKS over five inns charged for at thmte o t 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the mt+ of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please dnotify us j jVhenordering a change in the address subscribers should give 1 1theirold as well as the now addres- sWEDNESDAY EIGHT PAGES NOVEMBER 11 1908 I c Oratory does not win votes Deeds do I r Hitchcock is good Presidential timber i l ii Prosperity 1 Why it is all ready in sight 1 ii 4 t It was tho sober second thought that won tho election I Col James M Gtiffoy is not a bit sorry over last Tuesdays a work Wo soon the enemy and they done us Thats all there is to it says Fingy Connorstje All the world seems to bo satisfied with Mr Tafts election l and old Brockonridgo God bless her stands among the rejoicing l j jThefirst speech Mr Tuft made after his election was to a Methodist conference That is what wo call thotrue Christian spirit I i ipe hoard a Ileading KentuckyI Democrat singing i1j Hail I Hail 1 Tho gangs on dock i J What in tho hell do we cure l 1 Mr Taft has tho distinguished honor of being the first President who has circumnavigated the globe That is one reason why j Nations are so rejoiced especially Japan They all know him jjthewanted him to be President Breif News Notes Ic The outlook for better limas is ex tremely encouraging and as a result of I the election of Mr Taft It has been learned by the American Industries that at least 650000 idle men will be given work at once q o o o i Prominent citizens of Danville Ky flhaeinaugurated movement to pur snade W JBryan to locate in that city If they get him it is their purpose to ma bim for United States Senator 1r 000 Dispatches say that the turkey crop i I in Central Kentucky will be short this year owing to the wet weather last apring 000 Lust week the tint sale at the Dan ville Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse took place The Tobacco brought an I average price of 21 03 par hundred I 000- tt Former Senator Edward WCarmack 1 1editorof the Tennowoan was shot and 1 killed Monday by Robin Cooper a son liofCol Duncan BCoopor The trouble ifisone of the results of the recent gubernatorial primary in 11Democratic was defeated ai iPostalFrom John Villa Hurrah Confidence and prosperity I J assured A million men already pnt to I jJj work Why were they idle Send me n copy of the Breckenridge News to Paris Tenn I want to see how you are rejoicing Mighty long face Democrats down this way Our time is coming I got me a brand new lead pencil early Wednesday morning so as to be ready for business A Republican would not have done that He would have stood about and held back nil he could against the Democrats Good cheer to every body Let us live long and be happy and make the best of it The drouth is terrible John T Ditto Pembroke Ky Nov 9 1908 Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup not only heals irritation and allays inflam mation thereby stopping the cough but it moves the bowels gently and in that wt drives the cold from the system Contains no opiates It is pleasant to take and children especially like the taste so nearly like the maple sugar Sold by all druggists Whipped But Not Conquered Dear Mr BabhageOnce again in my great sorrow over Democracys defeat do I extend congratulations to you Whipped but not conquered is my only consolatation With hest wishes from the Lone Star State Very truly Mrs Sue Hunter Mercer Childress Texas Nov 4 1908 l t j l l of clothing of I + p i at all prices r I U I i fall and winter Suit and Overcoat i SHAVE THIS e Put It In Sume Safe Place for It May Come in Handy Some Day fHere is a simple homemade mixture as given by an eminent authority on Kidney diseases who makes the statement that it will relieve almost any case of Kidney trouble if taken before the stage of Brights disease He states that such symptoms as lame back pain in the side frequent desire to urinate es pecially at night painful and discolored urination are readily overcome Here is the recipe Try il Fluid Extract Dandeloin onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce CogE pound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime A well known druggist here in town is authority that these ingredients are all harmless and easily mixed at home by shaking well in a bottle This mixture has a peculiar healing and sooth ing effect upon the entire Kidney and Urinary structure and often overcomes the worst forms of Rheumatism in just little while This mixture te said to remove all blood disorders and cure the Rheumatism by forcing the Kidneys to filter and strain from the blood and sys all uric acid and foul decomposed waste matter which cause these afflic tions Try it if you arnt well Save the prescription No Improvement Little Johnnie Snyder of Ekron who was accidently shot by Stanley Brown- Is not any better pad his condition has occasioned much apprehension in his faaiiy Eyeglass comfort depends on three condition Careful selection of lenses by an oculist accurate grinding of- lenses to the highest finish and adjustment of the leni s to accurateI The latter important condition we con cider this the moat difficult for the gen oral optician to attain on account of the distance between the eyes and theIshape and size of the nose vary in individual The ART of accurate fitting therefore becomes a scientific and mechanical combination and in this ART I offer you the greatest induce ments Childrens spectacles should be frequently adjusted to their eyes as their rapid growth demands it This adjusting receives our careful attention For consultation free call on Sam Englander He will be at the Pate House from Nov 2nd to Nov 14Ij Screened Lump Best screened lumpcoal from Hancock mines a better coal than the old Sloan coal furnished in car load lots on tractcc at Cloverport for 10 cents n bushel of eighty pounds l G W Nwman 1 I Notice is hereby given that no hunting or tresspassing will be al lowed on my farm Any persons soc doing will be prosecuted- Jas I S Tinius Holt Ky i To Farmers 1 The Grist Mill at Stephensport will do custom grinding every Saturday i Will grind corn and sell meal and J take in exchange corn for meal Will also do custom sawing of logs and pay cash for logs Smith Bros J 0- LN ggo Jstock IfilOvercoats youri PostedI Ladies Cloaks Suits and SkirtsIf you are comtemplaiirigl getting a cloakl i t linQasitat that will you and suit your purse Mens Ladies and Childrens UnderwearI have a full line of underwear at low Ladies Vests worth 35c at 25c Mens heavy fleeced underwear Ladies and Childrens union suits all kinds and sizes J Wood to BurnPYROGRAPHY tho art of wood burningis the most fascinating and entertaining pastime of the ago Anybody can learn to burn beautiful subjects in a short time ifus listed by our instruction sheet and the perfect outfit which we supply the time to take up the NOWis if you do not al ready understand the work for Christmas is near and no more suit able nor more appreciated gift is to he found than a piece of vour per sonal handiwork in usefuland ornamental BURNT WOOD Ask for our New 1908 illus traied Pyrograpliy Catalog which shows all the latest patterns in the most attract ive articles ever produced tOefollowingIf ordered by Mail add c extra for postage A Happy GroupBARN DANCE The rage of the country Dont you think you could lonru to love me tI Fluffy Ruffle Girls Rug New Two Step Heart to HeartWnltzVery Pretty 332338 West Market Street 213 Fourth AveI I u e YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY Great demand for operators owing to increase in business and nine hour law More calls than we can supply Our school only independent Telegraph School in Kentucky Superior methods in work under personal direction of experts Our students are successful operators Positions abso lutely guaranteed graduates Full information in free catalogue KENTUCKY SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY Dept E A cant tell you in what the trouble is but its complexion gets pasty if it gets weaker and weaker loses flesh and is cross and peevish you can be certain that it has worms Give it Whites Cream Vermifugeguaranteed harmless Expels the worms and puts the in a healthy normal condition Sold by A R Fisher Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L + to and Star and OUTFIT NO Consists of design pass Wood Box 8015 gno 10 glass Lump with aluminum cover 20 One Rubber Dull 49 Two tort Kubber Tubing One nickel plated JO Ino Cork Handle A JII One small Platinum Point 55 One Hook Pyrography Simplified 10 TOTAL J 5 l 1 = Dreaming of By Gone Days Pop ular Son- gMooushigethree step l Western LifeA stirring march the organ man around Waltz Soug INCORPORATED IkI 90l10 OwensboroKy Tiny Baby words baby Honzlne When If Money Could Buy Sight much money would you take for eyes Many people are injuring their sense of sight by going without properlyfitted glasses I fit the pro per glasses to each patient and so add to their comfprt A call will be amply repaid by your own satisfaction Feel free to consult Sam Englander about eyesight He will be in Clo verport at the Pate House Nov 2nd to Nov 14 Special This Week 15 AND 25 At 10 Cents See Our Window J Severs Drug CoI I have line of clothing brpught Irvington I handle the celebrated clothing J handle Brand Shoes men women bargains on 5c and lOc r i7 Metal jtfstructlcm comes your your 20 my ALL FOR + OUR Dreamtime 8 A splendid number Sesqui Centennial March When the Snow Flakes crown the hilltopsTell when will my dream truelatest song I Louisvilfe Kentucky + r + I t s s 1 M + o + FOIL RENTA furnished room In a rest 1 l pOU SALESmall cottngo known ns tIt j COR gas onclno oil ana gasoline HreckonrlUKt a News Olllco floss 1 enrldKO New- sNEATER and cooker combined stove for at News office 1 Z T 1IARDIN Holt Ky Notice of Application for Pardon Utepu years of ago in the Circuit Court of Irecklrrldjre county at the October term of said Court 1006 will ask tbe Governor for pardon and till who object will notify the Governor and state In writing any objection Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 215 Fourth street both hones Owensboro Ky tI1 d E II IIiL 101 101 1111 101 Jill 101 10JIaf BIG CLOTHING SALEli Alexanders at Irvington ome t lIe c 1 oce I I II 0 thejandtpSuits 120oo ifr prices please the est prices practical CENT ToothBrushes t Mens the biggest ever countyDo 1 mylineraincoats overcoats Shoes- I the for children See Counters 09 Hottlo spirit PhLino Flamo Union How M9sc step comeI WaT ortownHrccklnrldguIliltlK SALEStandard theNewsOreenUniversity onMlnandColtMachlneryWillsellcheap orhaving Q0iCior 1111 IIII At Ky Ilnb Clothing the Dress Goods All wool storm 88 rgery r i worth 125 at v 1190 0 v Black Mohairs worth V r rtF 100 at 65citpAll colors in broadcloth r worth 125 at SJlOO L And others too nummoroustd mentioni 0 J v I i Hats I II Mens and boy+ s hats and caps A comn 0 plete line at the lowest prices III11jr i EDWARD F ALEXANDERI i K IRVINGTON KENTUCKY tJ 0 01 J 0 0 0 0 t iMfttaaMMMpiAMithfe donw + 6M n jw l 7 She Breckenridge News fA Relifible CATARRHz Remedy 4f EIys Cream Balm JIIIt quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Onco It cloansos soothes protectstho Hirano reauHiiiR from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tho Head quickly Ito stores the Senses of HAY FEVER atDrugrgfstsTElyi Brothers CO Warren Street New York k1s fV WEDNESDAY NOV 11 1908 PERSONAL k AND LOCAL tC Bowlds went to Hawesville Mon jdayfrS Graham of Lewisport was here 4Sunday A Arch Frizzell of Cannelton was here Sunday jMiss Mitchell spent the week end at iAddison A George Wendelken is at home from 1 aducah J Miss Susie Haffey spent last week a InTLouisville Miss Rachel Jackson spent Sunda itttt Skillrmtu iMrs James Cordrey went to Louis vile last seek Miss Mayme Hawkins of Mattingly I was here Monday Miss Josephine Berry spent the weekend in Evansville Mr and Mrs Tom Tousey wore iin Henderson Sunday Percy Houston was the guest of Miss Fronie Dean Sunday Joe Morrison was at home from Hardinsburg last week See the new hats jut purchased last week by Mrs Cordre Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt spent Friday in Louisville Mrs Polk gives an attractive pocket book with every purchase Owen Rice of Tar Fork visited Sam Rice at Irvington Sunday School shoes for sale by Conrad Sippel at the lowesfpiices Mrs Lucy Temple of Yelvirigtpn1 is the guest of Mrs J H Wills Anyone wishing their eyes tested free will consult Sam Englander 4 It offj jHaveyour hat newly trimmed by Miss Ashley at Mrs Cordreys- An exquisite line of face veils with other novelties at Mrs Cordreys New midwinter millinery will be re ceived at Mrs Polks this week Mrs Polk will receive an especial line of hats for elderly ludiesthis week- J C Epley will attend a telephone convention at Evansville this week Mrs J D Brashear of Louisville has been the guest of Mr Brashear Do not neglect you eyesight but con sult your optician at the Pate House Oscar Blaine of Hop inville is here visiting his sister Mrs Graham Jolly I Mr and Mrs Lewis and daughter Miss Florence spent Sunday at Addi sonPatrick Teaffaged eightythree years is critically ill at his home in Hardins burgW L Frank came from Owensbor- this week to see his mother Mrs Sarah FrankVelvet hats made to order at Mrs Polks in all the newest shapes and styles Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry and daugh Ii ter Anne Murray returned Sunday from Louisville f r Consumption is by no means the dreadful disease it is thought to bein the beginning- It can always be stoppedin- the beginning The trouble IS S A you dont know youve got it you dont believe it you wont believe ittill you are forced to Then it is dangerous Dont be afraid but attend to it quick you can do ii- tyour and at home Take SCOTTSEMULSION of Cod Liver Oil and live care fully every way This is sound doctrine whatever you may think or be toldto and if heeded will save life fadtbU wtt geKe wIMIa trwr I f t+ IK fa which It awMrt yOW MMraM and MreeEetawrptaYc aM we w HM yens tmtMt KMUrAUM et UKWIL r ICOITAIIQWMIt lievr Yyk lJ IME Miss Cora McCoy of Union Star spent Saturday and Sunday here the guest of friends Mrs Wm Boutcher of Lewisport WAS the guest of her mother Mrs Joe Morrison Sunday Miss Mary Lin Ditto has returned to Brandenburg1 flftefa visit to Mrs Reese at Columbus Ohio A tea set of thirtysix piocqs for sale at the News office Only three sets left Price 3 per set Are you subject to dizziness head aches or neuralgiai Consult he optician at the Pate House Mr and Mrs C M McGlothlan of Union Star were the guests of little Mss Eudora Younger Sunday Dr W N Casper dentist will be here Wednesday and Thursday of every week at Dr Lightfoots office Miss Drew Gregory leaves tomorrow for Moweaque and Decatur Ill to spend six months with relatives Dr J C Bush Dentist will be at Oloverport Monday and Tuesday of each weekexeoptwtekfollowirg4thMonday Mrs Polk will make a special order for your hat upon request and have it filled by a Chicago or Louisville milliner Mrs Fred FraizeMrs J D Gregory and Mrs R N Hudson spent a tear days in Louisville last week at The Seelbachj The Methodist Aid Sooiety will give an oyster and ice cream supper Tues day night Nov 17 in Oelies Hall Everybody come Sam Englander the optician will be in this city only until Nov 14 Any one wishing their eyes examined free call at the Pate House Try a pair of Helmers Bettman Eclipse Shoes one of the best lines of Shoes for men On the market Sold only by Conrad Sippel the Shoe Man MrsEliza Webb who had been the guest of her brother t Frank Lander since Saturday returned to her home in Louisville yesterday Han cock Clarion Beautiful hats in the garnet shades and newest shapes at Mrs Polks If you want the very latest styles go to Mrs Polks for she receives a new line of goods every week p Miss Edith Bush who was brough here from Louisville sick several weeks ago is much improved and will be able to return to Louisville in a week or soHancock Clarion I Here is some thing you have been looking for A boys shoe that will give satisfactory service This you will rind in the Celebrated Good For j Bad Boys Shoes For sale by Conrad j Sippel A Hairs Breath Escape Do you know that every tithe you have a cough orcold and let it run on thinking it will just cure itself you are inviting pneumonia consumption or some other pulmonary t ouble Dont rick it Put your lungs back in I erfect hralth and stop that cough wih Bal lards Horehound Syrup Price 25c sOc and 100 per botle Sold by A R Fisher Notice Notice is hereby given that hunting will not be allowed on the Reuben Reynolds farm andany persons doing so will be prosecutedR E Hawkins Harsh physics react weaken the bowels cause chronic constipation theostmacb cure constipation 25c Ask your druggists for the- mMAKING GOOD A valuable man to have in town is Will Pate the foreman of the Cloverport Foundry Mr Pate is to a machine what the doctor is to a person be can always start the wheel again after its run down The Breckenridge News Could hardly run its plant without the willing and excellent services of Mr PateMany of the steam boats gasoline tugs and launches come to this port when anything is wrong about their engines and call for Mr Pete He is one man on the Ohio river thats made good when it conies to doctoring a machine 1 060 No one can question that the cash system is the best and most satisfactory way to do business when they note the success of Julian Brown Not a pound of butter nor a sack of salt can be taken from Mr Browns store unless you have given him the cash in hand He will not even let you take any goods home with a promise to return immediately with the money for it you have to b Johnny on the spot Mr Browns business has out grown two or three store rooms in Cloverport and this week he is moving into a atlH larger building Accidents will happen but the best regulated families keep Dr Thomas Eekctric Oil for such enMrgenciti ItII subdue the paint and heaIIU the hurts 1M For Sale BRONZE TURKEYS Pen Headed bg 481b Toms Hens as good as to be had in the State Young Tom 400 Hen 300 Pair 650 Trio 925 Young Tom and 3 Hens 1200 Please let me know at once as I will not keep longer than 23rd Nov MRS H M BEARD Hardinsburg Ky 9 oa em Oi t I NOTICE I TAXPAYERS I All taxes that are not paid before December 1will be termed delin f quents and the penalty will be adtt ded Please pay and delay further J I cost Iwill be in Cloverport every Saturday until December 1 f t MILT MILLER S B C l to IF 4E II D0 JIQOIQOIiiQO JI 0i a aThis i 0 Good 0i Weatheri Is not going to last many days longer A change will come certain The thing to do is to get ready for it You will want Shoes Clothing Heavy Underwear Flannels Com- o forts Rubber Shoes and many other things to makeyou andyour family comfortable We just want to remind you that we are ready willing and anxious to help you everyn U ket They wear well and fit well and the- O best of all the price is all right We are the I I exclusive agents for the Brown Shoe Co whose shoes are known the world over for their wearing qualities We have them in all sizes and prices Come right in and let us supply your wants and put you in good shape 0- 3t to stem the bad weather Men and Women buy their Shoes from us because they secure at once the most dependable qualities and the most satisfactory moneys worth they can find any where We sell Shoes at 125 n 150 2 250 3 350 4 and 5 that U will outwear usually two to one the Shoes n 0 you thought you were saving money on WeU should like to have you recall the various kinds of disappointments you have incurred n in both your shoebuying and shoewearing U nnearlyn U o nections enable you to avoid all disappoint ments We can surprise you how much we n give in every way for your money and for the U favor of your patronage Will you come n and see u- sGlasscock U Co0 0- ElEl Glendeane Ky oI 0JJr 0J00001II A w F rIM I IIGetReady For IIACHRISTMASADepartII IDepartIbeII Sewing Bags Laundry Bags Center Pieces I Doilies Tie Racks Umbrella Cases Match Scratch Pen Wipers Pin Cushions Collar Bags Pillow Cord and Ruffles I Extra SpecialA Center Piece and four skeins Silk Floss for 25c IThe fancy things mentioned will enableIII you to make a selection now and work finished for Chris- tmasJCNOLTI3BRO I i I I t CLOVERPORT KY v iNJ 11II I fiIl imr h omD + 9 ct oo I 1 1tt fl IIFoundry work Machine Gasoline Tin and I We carry a full line of Plum bers Supplies Mill Sup plies Tho best Paints Floor Finishes Oils Wastes Gasoline andII Give Us Your Order Once a Customer Always One Cloverport Foundry Machine Co fandand cakes and thosethatmakeiffeRSGOLDFLOURThere flourinflourisliving thatItpureTryDustFloursatisfied I IBANKBANKOF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 SafeSound ConservativeI Small same attention as npprcciate fluence paidon Deposits BANK CLOVERPORT Young Men Young WomenW- eI want to tell you of the excellent work we are doing in training d bright ambitious young people and placing them in goodsalaried Bookkeeping and Stenographic positions By our New Methods New Systems and Individual ft our students graduate in Bookkeeping in 16 weeks and in Shorthand m- inItl 12 weeks They are now holding the finest and best paying pc Di sitions in the city Qjm We had 20 calls the past month more than we could fill is 2ffi great demand for our graduates Students are enrolled any day Write today for full particulars See our advertisement next week I Clarks School of Business I937 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky 9j Mrs P H Herrmann of Tell City and Mrs Haynes of Union Star have been visiting Mrs Chas Hook J Pleasant sure easy safe little liver Pills are DeWitts Little Early Risers They are easy to take and act gently We sell and recommend them All druggists You Can I bread pies I I and accounts receive the careful Interest Time OF CLOVERPORT KY Instruction There J V Dr Charles Stone PeraHlltI DENTIST OHkaOvcr CLOVWPORT arckrldge Naek KENTUCKY L I Il- rT j da jof qeboIWI rt iF hrt Krc rryrMr + Ky fx wesr +Mynw t N I I I TIiT I FW eaar sMOROSINI THE BANKER y Career of Italian Who Was Loyal to Jay Gould L A FOLLOWER OF GARIBALDI W Got His Start In New York by Saving 7t tF Erie Officials SonRose to Fortune l From a Sailor BoyWas Called Goulds Bodyguard Giovanni P Moroslnl the well known banker who recently died at his home C in Ulverdule N 1 was at one time JayrI Gould through whom he built up a fortune estimated at several millions In Mr Moroslnl New York has lost f one of its most picturesque figures lie was born In Venice Italy In 1S32 In the stirring times which led to the formation of the present kingdom Asa boy he was an actor 1m some of the hazardous events of the revolution Ho was a follower of Garibaldi Mr Moroslnl owed his first step on the road to fortune to his courage and strength in defending In the streets of New York n boy attacked by a crowd 1oftoughs He owed his later acces 1 t sion to fortune to his fidelity to thel fightlft against being ousted from tho control b of the Erie railroad Of lute ho had been seen little in Wall street but had f devoted his wealth uud leisure to the I acquisition pf an curt collection at Elmhurst his KivtrdaleI i hautet Mr Morosinis father was a Tenor i tian otnVir tit Montenegrin descent f and his mother vas a noted beauty He wus ellluiaiedt at the Austrian Mill j f Rndflanguages dull military science When the revolution against the Austrian BU preiuuey limUe turth in isIS Morosiui was a bob but lie joined the patriot forces and led u battalion of national 1guards which he bad raised at the f siege of Ma Inherit He wus struck down by a shell which left a scar on his head Af For a time the Austrians conquered + and with many other young Italians r Moroslnl had to duo for his life First 1+ he went to Corfu and then to Mlsso Q longhl Putras and Smyrna There he J t Turktt t lucktf offhe decided to cove to the new world and in hat he landed a penniless stranger iu Boston The California gold fever was then ti firsttito try his fortune iu the land JI JIplanned but inriluildl was In Staten and attracted to his side the young adventurer Fur n tithe he work i od lu the patt riots candle factory anti when that was abandoned he followed Garibaldi nil hisi voyage to Ihinu anti England IlieI wag only a sailor before the must hurt in London he attracted the attention of Maxlnl uud was pick f ed out from all the crew by him Garibaldi went to Genoa und Morosi1 nl clinic lhack to New York lie WRB still only a common seaman and It allIa were accident which saved him from the life of a Laud before the must One night as he WillS going home along one of the streets near the water front he heard a cry of distress from tt group boys HP saw n boy on the ground others beating him lIe broke 1 1or the crowd tiling aside those I were tormenting the boy and up I thorn for their cowardice Not man came to his old The gang re I covering froth their astonishment I Iclosed In on him He struck out right J Ipi p pandi left felled four or five and drew I sti knife Then with a rush he drove his assailants back and 1 got the boy away from them I J He still expected to go to sea again I until to his surprise a dav or two lnu r t j 1 I j Pressing Down Pains i t1 1arca sign of serious female com plaint that should have Immediate l attention i U you begin la tIme you can generally treat yourself at hone without the need of consulting a physician by the regular use of Cardul the wellknown remedy for womens ills- Composed of purely vegetable and perfectly harmless medicinal ingredients being besides a lentie non lntoxlcatinf strengthen lag tonic IWINEIW OF i i WOMANS RELIEF I i = Ij jrel V S alf fet1C1 complaints s t Atwas nothing but a walking skeleIton from female trouble She suffered agonies with bearlngfdown pains backache and bead ache Doctors failed to relieve IsyI now entirely cured bAtAll Druggists i WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE o Btatin ago and describing sym I toms to Ladles Advisory Dept Cor i s ne received n visit frouTtfie boy bo ha- I I I BonlotI Erie Railroad company and he cam to bring Morosini to his father Mr tbeII young office boy with the Erie company at a salary of 30 a month Mr Moroslnl entered on his new em ployment on May 28 1855 lIe was far too well educated to stay long in n subordinate place In n few years he was appointed general auditor of the Erie railroad and Its leased lines This brought him Into contact with Jay Gould ne first met him In 1808 and n year or two later when the great tight for the control of the Erieh began be threw In his lot with the financier It Is said that at the heightt of tho struggle the party at the headI of which was General Daniel Sickles offered Mr Moroslnl 100000 for aI transcript of certain parts of the records of the railroad Mr Morostni re fused the offer and thus enabled Mr Gould to retain his hold upon the road But when the Blschoffsholm party obtained control the general audlto- found his place most unpleasant At longth President Watson called upon him to either give up his allegiance t Mr Gould or leave the company He chose the latter alternative and fromi that hour was known as a trusted fol lower of the flnnnclcr Wall street regarded Mr Moroslnl1 as something more than a confidently 1 secretary to Mr Gould which was hisI new title Because of his huge frame and well known strength ho was calledI Goulds bodyguard Many storiesI wore told of him In this connection and It was assorted that on one occa sion a promoter who had peiietratpd into the inner sanctum of Mr Gould and would not withdraw found himself picked up bmllly by the secretary and dropped outside tho door PUBLIC PUNISHMENT The Days of the Whipping Post Stocks and Branding Irons Up until the end of the war and u little while after the whipping post and stocks stood not far from the northwest corner of the courthouse and be tween that building anti the present poBtoillce and there the last whipping took place though as It began It was sought to be stopped by a federal offi cer The sheriff was however simply carrying out the mandate of the old court of pleas and quarter sessions- In those days the stocks and the whipping post too were special attrac tions notably to boys The latter were allowed to ridicule people who sat in the stocks which held their hands and feet but not to throw anything at themOf course this deprived the boys of some degree of pleasure yet they con trivet to get a good deal of fun out of the thing anyway It seems odd now oven to think of such scenes as these must have been Figure to yourself passing by the courthouse green at Charlotte or Raleigh and seeing a gen tleman held by the ankles and wrists by wooden bars sitting there In the sunshine for all the world to look at Those were the days of the branding iron too A set of gyves of iron in use for holding the ankles or wrists aro on exhibition here but of branding irons there are none These were used hero In January 1805 for the lust timeRaleigh Cor Charlotte Observer Liberty The spirit of liberty Is indeed a bold and fearless spirit but it Is also a ji sharp sighted spirit It is a cautious t sagacious discriminating farseeing In telllgence It is Jealous of encroach ment jealous of power jealous of I1 man It demands checks it seeks for 1 guards it insists on securities it in trenches itself behind strong defenses and fortifies Itself with all possible care against the assaults of ambition and passion It does not trust the amiable weaknesses of human nature and therefore It will not permit power to overstep Its prescribed limits though benevolence good intent and patriotic purpose come along with It Neither does It satisfy itself with flashy and temporary resistance to MI legal authority Far otherwise It seeks for duration and permanence It looks before and after and building 1 on the experience of ages which are past It labors diligently for the benefit of ages to come Daniel Webster The Blue Sky The blue sky which reveals Itself 03 the hemispherical vault of the firma ment In the absence of clouds Is the far depths of the air sending back to the observer some part of the solarII illumination which they receive The light thus returned to the eye Is blueII simply because the particles of the air are of such exceedingly diminutive 1 size that they can effectively deal with only the smallest of the luminous vI tt- brations that is with the blue blueiswallows them up Recording Millionths of a Second According to one of tho government scientist In experiments with high power explosives used lu guns ncliro vhlchregistlrdsuccessive points before it loft the bore It was possible with this ap paratus to register time to the mll Mouth of n second In former experiments where the did Rtc11Itssteel triggers projecting into the bore But with velocities of 2600 feet and more to tho second the trigger Instead of dropping frequently plowed a groove la the projectile and another device was aeeesary- Yr2A tr1 r rrr MennyCKidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis ccurages and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble has become so prevalent that It is not uncommon r bornrneys If the child urin ates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit supposeWomen ass men are made mi erabio with kidney and bladder trouble remedyrThe mild and the immediate effect O Swamp Root is soon realized It is sot Iffyo f N cent one n t sites You may have aY flli sample bottle by mail I free also pamphlet tell ijome of 8TatmvRoot ng all about it including rrany of the thousands of testimonial letters received 1from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer St Co Binghamton N Y be sure and nentlon this paper i I Dont mako any mtstnkoibut remember th same Swnmpltoot Dr Kiln trS frwucri Hoot and the address Ulnslunilor tN Y o1 pov rlUt SEEING AND LISTENING Nearsighted Man Wears Glasses IIn Talking but Not In Reading Heres a sort of queer thIng sal l a nearsighted roan I am very near sighted Strong glasses are indispensable to mo for ordinary general see- Ing in my goings about but when It sit down to read I take off my glasses and bring the print up to within the natural focus of the eye It seems tome that rending with the natural eye I read with a more intimate and a clearer understanding- So much for my reading without spectacles and now here is the thing that is queer to me If when I am reading thus with my glasses off somebody comes along to speak to me why then to get a clear understanding of that question I must have on my spectaclesSo or I would say if this hap pened at homo where I know the people i Walt a minute till I get on my spectacles and I would put them ou and then say Now go aliotid and really with my spectacles on with my power of seeing at Its best with the sharpest definition of things iu general to the eye I get the clearest apprehension of things said to AC So in reading I do best with my glasses off but in understanding thingsI said to me in listening I do best withI my glasses on There is one modules tion to this+where there is1 no light as in a dark room where I cant see I can understand equally well with or without glasses New York Sun QUEER TITLES Bestowed on His Favorites by an Em peror of Haiti Among the whimsical titles whic appear on the pages of national history few are more apparently frivolous than the Duke of Marmalade the Count of Lemonade and the Earl of Brandy They are or were however real titles bestowed by u genuine monarch on three of his favorites and that ton during the last century In 1811 n revolution occurred In Haiti and Christophe a negro declared himself emperor Through conspiracy and plot his Ute often attempted he retained power till 1820 preserving to the lust the pageantry of a royal court and creating a numerous nobility Among them were the three already mentioned and the oddity of the titles has suggested to many writers the frivolousucss of the African character ineffct however all three names were those of places tbe first two her Ing originally plantations but latterly towns of some Importance This not being generally known a misapprehen sion hug arisen with regard to the titles themselves which however ab surd were scarcely more so than some which were bestowed In France and Germany during the middle ages Pearsons Weekly How Hammer of Death Struck James Tho old parish church of Plu instead Is probably at least 1000 years old Tho picturesque churchyard a cher ished haunt of the ooct Bloomfield during his visits to Shooters Hill cou tains a delightfully choice derange ment of epitaphs One of these on Master James Darling aged 10 teaches a lesson of moderation during the cherry season to the youth of other SpeakIngtromexclaims The moForWestminster Gazette nOW Is Your Digestion t Mrs Mary Dowling of No 228 8thIAve San Francisco recommends nIremedy for stomach trouble She says Gratitude for the wonderful effect of Electric Bitters in a case of acute indi prompts this testimonial I am convinced that for stomach and iver troubles Electric Bitters is the todayThis cine invigorates the system purifies the allformsSwim drag stow I 111 c I The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company I B F BEARDPresident M H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier Capital Surplus 5000 DIRECTORS 3 per cent on time depositsno more Three per is as much as IfIfPaysbest banks this state pay and as much as any managed bank can afford to pay It wl a 4T a awVrw1d1a1 irwa atAa 4Iwldlawtiaww SEEDSDUCKBCES SEEDS SUCCEED I SPECIAL OFFER willdPrize Collection UdhI7rnrletleaIRtleery 11 the finest r Turnip 7rendM OOIODl s lien varie ties 10 Bprlr rlll varittlt In all GCA11ANTEKI TO PLKASH Write today t Alentlon this Paper Et- oeorerpoetetoandpnckinpandrecetrrthlaraluablecolketlon 1O CENTS Inntrncttve Ile ulrul Seed nnd 1Unt Wools 1111aila 11thKati + rteVectiredeviandetc- I II W BUCMICCswuaro111xI Dctwecn Pacific Coast Cities T II Rollinghnni former councl1 man of Tacoma Wash has a plan for n TaeoinnRoattle water view howled yard which hi In taking up with the Good Roads and other associations The road would run along n series of bluffs which afford n wonderful site for a boulevard As for tho practical plans It Is believed that property own ors would bo glad to donate the rights of way The cost of construction would be met partially at least by pop ular subscription Watched Fifteen Years uFor fifteen yours I have watched the working of Bucklens Arnica Salve and it has never failed to cure any sore boil ulcer or burn to which it was applied It has saved us want a doctor bill sats A F Hardy of East Wilton Maine 25c at Severs drug store EARLY ROAD BUILDING How a Wretched Turn pike Was Improved The desire to speculate a hundred or more years ago was apparently as great as It Is today An example of this is shown by the organization of a com pang In 1702 to build n turnpike from Philadelphia to Lancaster Pa a dis tance of sixtyt miles The charter was secured nod in ten days 2285 sub scribers made application for stock As this was more than the law al lowed the names were placed In a lotItort wheel and GOO were drawn these the work began The road builders of that day knew little or nothing regarding the con struction of highways and the ridicu lous mistakes made on this occasion lessonshsays Guy Elliott Mitchell in the Amer ican Cultivator The land was con demned the trees felled and the road bed prepared The largest stones that could be found were dumped upon It for a foundation and upon this colos sal base earth and gravel were spread Then the work was declared complete but when the washing rains came deep holes appeared on every hand sharp stones protruded from the surface and tho horses received scratches and bro ken limbs as they sank between the bowlders up to their knees The gigantic error of the road build er was then made plain Indignation meetings were held at which tho turn pike company was condemned and the legislature blamed for giving the char ter Had It not been for an English man who offered to rebuild the turn pike on the macadam plan as he had seen roads built in the old country Improved road constructfbn wouldI have received a severe blow Tho Eng lishmans proposition was accepted by the company and he was successful in completing the Lancaster and Phila delphia turnpike road which was then declared to be the best piece of blgh way In the United States a waster piece of its kind Tongue Twisters Try to say these sentences quickly Six thick thistle sticks TedburyEilgwhipStrict strong Stephen Stringer snared slickly sfx sickly silky snakes She stood at tho door of Mrs Smlthn fried fish sauce shop In tho Strand welcoming him In Vague Lady of tlncertajn Ageh major wereMajoraware that n gallant answer is iiidl eutedMy dear lady Im sure you dont look It Punch A Mean Reply She Do you remember that thirty years ago you proposed to me and that- I refused you HeOh yes Thats ono of the most treasured recollections of my youth Not jnortntI of misfortune I tiara tram my own weep to aid tfce wretch Virgil1 I 1t oiJ Ji llI In 50000 I Morris Eskridge Robertson safely Pennsylvania subscriptions tt1NN 0itttusss o ANHea a- iij W U DOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LiOUTroOT Vlcoyresldent Cms SKILIMAK AsstCoshler i The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQEt BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and by the very latest equipment interest paid time deposits Business great and smallsolicited tlititiHNNtNaP MNti i tl 8lit Iti tiF t7iAtrtlifr I IIThe Carlsbad of America I IndlII Southern Railway I Leave Evansville 7 20 am 2 20 pm W1J Rockport 7 15 am 2 15 pm Cannolton 715am 215 III Tell City 7 25 am 2 22 pmITroy 7 3i am 2 32 Arrive French Lick 10 20 S 45 pm Arrive West 30 nm 5 55 pm Daily Except Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS Evansville to French Lick3 16 ToWast 20 gm 56CanneltonII 64TroyI IIED Stratton P A Evansville IndI Jr A G P A St Louis Mo I Ir THEY Fifth Avenuet HOTEL Louisville Kya f PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr J Richardson protected BadenIO flimEl llocated In fremI to city- Everything rrrrr r PP r lE rI lslir r33a CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO ntCOXFOKATBD ofthisSouthernillinoisMississippi Louisiana We put you In quick and satisfactory communication with thepeople of this great section of the country i We solicit your patronage reason able Equipments and facilities passed E LELAND HUME T D WEBB J W HUNTER Jr President General Manager SarrVtary Its a Crime to your health Tha worst neg lect that you cnn be guilty of is to allow constiratioii biliousness or any Itver or bowel trouble to continue It is poison ing your entire system and lead to a Ferious chronic disease Take Bal wellrh YADignified certainly the coachman to her late befitting theoegaialoit wasnskedtheroynlquartcood Ix Buckingham pl1 ace Ne sir was his r plyHI am tho queens coachman I dont drive tho riffraff An Anglo Indlan says an English newspaper gavothe following char aster to his native cook who exhibit ed It with much complacency This servant has been with Die for six months It seems longer He tare me now on account of 111 health my ill health n I G W Beard D Se Dr A M Kincheloe 0 V B F Beard cent in Boulcvcrd on N tlN am Baden3 The most centrally and only Iflrstclass hotel the citym+ ring a 300 rate Only one block from the principal b shopping district and two blocks Ithe principal theatres Street cars pass thedoor all parts of the neat and clean ew 7rr Ir and can Rates unsur JAs CALDWELL Treasurer neglect may much No Halfway Measures- I tried tQ compliment the opera singer but he seems offended What dill you say 2 I said I considered him the greatest living tenor You should have told him that he is the greatest tenor that ever lived and that after his death real music can survive only by means of the phoncK graphsWashington Star i Wife Will I always bo tho dearest thing In the world to you Husband I am sure you will unless the landlord raises lho rentJ KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR C8LUCHS ft JJtldBee bud Niue cre AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES JOJlor Y l I l rrr- r l DIRT ROAD BUILDING low to Mgko the Roadbed Solidand Do Away With Ruts in the construction of n new road through nn open country the usual custom has been to excavate ditches with the road grader and throw all the material Into the center of the roachvn thus making what Is often called a turnpike The objection to this method Is that the most Important part of the roadbed the foundation Is composed largely of soft material which does not easily become consoli dated A better way would be to re poretIonsIn the low places where It can be cov ered with nt least three feet of earth says Samuel II Lea state engineer of South Dakota After the sod Is removed the road grader can be prop erly used for carrying up the earth Into the roadway and the entire road bed Is formed of solid material which In Its future settlement is compacted uniformly and will be less likely to develop soft spots as would be the case if sod Is thrown into it Indiscrim inately On a level or nearly level prairie the roadbed should be built upIa foot or two above the original sur face to provide suitable drainage from the center of the roadway to theI ditches and the crown of the road should be sufficient to allow the water from rainfalls to be quickly carried oiL A rood road in order to stay good must be properly maintained and kept In good condition A very Important j feature of proper maintenance Is thatjj of keeping the ruts out by continual raking or dragging Whenever ruts are allowed to remain they will hold water from every rain which unless removed will soften the roadbed andcc result In chuck holes Injurious alike I to the team the wagon and the driver The process of dragging smoothing and planing the road with one of the numerous styles of road drags nowII happily coming into use in many localities Is so simple and inexpensive that there Is no excuse for allowing any road to become rough and rutty through neglect Remedy For Bad Roads J The remedy for bad roads it seems to me lies wholly with the men who f own property along them Elect no I man to the position of overseer who floes not understand how to make good roads out of poor ones If there Is no I such man in your neighborhood hire t one from outside This is ninetynine times out of a hundred the wisest a thing to do for the chances are that 1 there is no man in the neighborhoods t who has had practical experience enough to make It safe to trust the work I to him says Eben E Rexford in the Outing Magazine for June He may have good sense good Judgment and all thatIn short there may be the making of n good road builder in him but what you need is a man who Is a good road builder n man who has got the trade already learned In other a words you cant afford to wait for home talent to develop if the man who has developed his ability in that direction is procurable Have your road tax paid in cash Secure a skilled t man and let him assume responsibility 1 for the work he undertakes If you do I this you stand in a fair way to solve the problem of good roads t flI want n photograph representing me just as I am None of this touch Ing up business understand You are In the wrong shop replied the artistic photographer Better try I the police station Its a Bertllllon style of picture youre utterPhila delphia Ledger I FOUR GIRLS Restored to Health by Lydia E I Pinkbains Vegetable Compound Read What They fayCMissLilHanBoBSB30 East 84th Street Now York writes Lydia E Pinkhams Vegeta ble Compound over oamd irregularities poI riodic heallaohesnervous j after everything elaII had failed to help me and I feel it a duty to 1 let others know of it I KatbarJnIWrafg23M- ILafaYottoJft Denver Thank I suffering for months from nor prostrationMiss Stolt man of Laurel la writes Iwaslnarttnd- owncondlttonandsut I fered fromsuppression indigestion and poor circulation LydiiH Pinkhama Vegetabl Compound made me I strongHiss OlsQJl of 417 N East Btl Ke III 1- diaEPinkhamsVegetable I I mo of backache sid4 ache and eitabllihe my periods after tb best local doctors hat failed to help me I FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs halo boon theI standard remedy for fomalo ilia 1tivelycuredthousandsowomenwho displacement inflammation ulcera Mon fibroid tumors irregularitiei riodio pains backache that bear down feeling flatulent indlnw- ndlzzineesorneryousproMra n hy dont you try It Y KnPbakhaa Invite all ilek men to WrIte liter for ftAvio I has nided oumda w A AtIr Lpli I I if IJ DANGER IN DELAY Kidney Diseases Are Too Danger ous for Cloverport People To Neglect The great danger ofkidney troubles is that they get a firm hold before the sufferer recognizes them Health is gradually undermined Backache head ache nervousness lameness soreness lumbago urinary troubles dropsy dia betes and Brights disease follow in merciless succession Dont neglect your kidneys Cure the kidneys with the certain and safe remedy Doans Kidney Pills which has cured people right here in Cloverport Geo F Megerle living on River St Cloverport Ky says Fog three months I was unable to do any work whatever My kidneys were In a disordered condition and I could not pass the secretions without suffering In tensely and finally my feet became so badly swollen that I was unable to get on my shoes There was a dull pain in the small of my back which extended into my head and although I tried a number of different remedies I was un able to find relief Finally Doans Kid ney Pills came to my attention and I procured them at Fishers Drug Store I used them according to directions and in six weeks I was entirely free from kidney trouble I attribute my present health solely to the curative powers of Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Deans and take no other VANITY OF CONVICTS The Way Some Men Spruce Up In the Penitentiary The vainest lot of men I ever did know are behind these walls remarl ed a convict In the penitentiary For fastidious dressing and cleanliness I have never seen anything lilts It Those who have been accustomed to sleeking up on the outside grow much worse Inhere and those who never even combed their hair on the outside have it SI leanly parted as they can I know of hundred instances where convicts have risked being paddled or having time taken away Just for the sake of- having They get hold of n razor or improvise one and keep It in their cells They all have mirrors In their cells along with the calendarsII I know of one instance of n trusted prisoner who begged for weeks to bp allowed to wear a oat instead of the j prison cap because he thought he did i not look well In It Whenever they gefr- n opportunity they press their trouR sers They sore collars for Sundays and appear very clean and neat nnllI nice in chapel1 T guess it Is all beIpause they have time to think about themselves more than over If a man I has nothing but himself to thins aboutI he takes more pride In himself OrI maybe they want something with which to pass away the time In their cells Columbus DIspatchJJ I Blanket of Bark In Ecuador one of the South Amerl can republics the bark of n tree whichII grows on the slopes of the Andes IsI utilized for the making of blankets The blanket Is over six feet long and over fire feet wide and la as soft and pliable as though It weremade of OanI nel1 It is about the thickness of aII good flannel blanket and can be rolled up and put in a strap without hurting- or Injuring It This tree or bark blan ket Is merely a strip of bark cut from a section of the trunk of the blanket demajagua tree The Indians mnke- a cutting around the trunk to get ItI and they prepare it by soaking It In water until it Is soft It Is then poundI ed so that the rough outside can boI stripped off and the Inside alone left The Inside Is of fine flbers so joinedI together by nature that It makes a beautiful blanket warm enough to be used as a cover and soft enough for a mattress A Clock Case Made of Pennies A novelty In clockmaklng consists of n timepiece whose case is made of English pennies The coins of which there are ninetysix nil bear the datq 1707 and were beaten out to almost double their original size and then riveted together while the figures were made of small strips of copper cement ed on to tho face The clock stands fourteen Inches high and Is eight Inch es broad at tho base That time Is money Is an adage With which we all more or less agree but this Is a caso In which the saying might be reversed and still remain true The clock Is owned by a resident of Laurel Bank Ilkley Yorkshire England The Family Dog An Edinburgh clergyman says Every family should have a dog It Is like a perpetual baby It betrays no secrets never sulks asks no trouble some questions never gets Into debt never comes down late to breakfast and Is always ready for a bit of fun Tho Heiress Oh papal The earl has proposed I IIPapa BIgwadd Hm Whats his proposition Puck A healthy man is a king in his own right an unhealthy man is an Unhappy slave Burdock Blood Bitten hu sowed healthkeeI You well ldsnpll r I IThe Zotwots the Childrens Friends I + IJ From Uncle Remus j Tlie Home Magazine for October A WARNING TO MADJKY MINISTERS Verse and Picture by II J Dean e f CONCERNING THE ZOTWOTS The Zotwots are an amiable people Urine near roundaboUt which U the capital of Everywhere They flit a longfelt want For years the boogtrmtm and such fearful things hare been used br grownups to frighten naughty children In the Zotwets the children hate something with which to frighten the naughty grownups Hereafter when the Zottrots are mentioned we expect those who are annoyed by chlldhh pranks to flee from the harmlta yet sufficient wrath of the Zotwots And the Jayfowl lhandlSeven Years Of Proof I have had seven years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best medicine to take for coughs and c lIds an 1 for every diseased condition of throat chest or lungs says W V Henry of Panama Mo The world has had thirtyeight years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and colds lagrippe asthma hay fever bronchitis hemorrhage of the lungs and the early stages of consumption Its timely use always prevents the develof mentof pneumonia Sold under guarantee a Severs drugstore 50C and JOO Trial bottle free 2 Oil Roads In Illinois- A most Interesting experiment Is bo Ing conducted In central Illinois near Springfield Tho state highway com- missIon Is making a tost of oil on coun try roads While oil roads are no nov elty In many parts of the United States they are not known on the heavy black soil of central Illinois The top soil of the road is belpg mixed with an asphalt oil to a depth of six inches What the results will be no one can predict but this may be the solu tion of the good roads problem In many parts of the Sucker State stono I roads are out of the question With out the material near at hand the great prairie states cannot expect to have stone pikes as do some of the eastern states Good roads must be secured by drainage special care and possibly by the use of oil This experiment will be watched with a great deal of Interest Road Building Picnic Dont you people ever york the roads in this section 1 asked an auto- mobilist as he pried the rear wheel of his machine out of a rut with a fence roll I Work em Well I should say we do answered Undo Charlie Seaver from tho top rail of the fence Why we work these roads on th assess ment plan None of that money sys tem for us fellers Every farm Is as sessed so many days work on th highway an after th farm work is all done an we aint mithln else tel do we all turn out thirty or forty o as with plows horses picks shovels nn hoes to work th roads I tell you Its a picnic Work Why they make th dirt fly until they get tired Then we find some shady spot to rest cat our lunch drink some cider smoke an maby play a gameor two of seven up An we call it a day DeWitts Kidney and Bladder PiUs are unequaled in cases of weak back back ache inflammation of the bladder rheumatic pains and all urinary dis orders They are antiseptic and act promptly Every case of kidney or bladder trouble should be attended to at once and the aches in the back rllQiG malic pains urinary disorders etc are warnSig signs Dont delay for delay arc din erous Got DoWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Regular size 500 1 S Id by all druggists A Preacher quite florid Whose sermons wore torrid SaIdchildren disturbed him in church The Zotwots with a grare hinged him snook through the air And garangucd that minister man With his very own talk Till he pllghtened like chalk And clackcrcd with many a lurch P s Now the Jayfowl never docs forget The thIngs the Zotwots do For the Jayfowl is the Zotwots pet And the Zotwots know it too To Save Time The PntsollII intend to pray that you may forgive Casey for throwing that brlclf nt you rue Patient Mebbe yer rlvronco ud be saving tolme It yed just wait till 01 get well and then pray for Casey London Fun Hard Luck Wife What lucky IIusbnudNono whatever Wife Wore there no serv nnts at the Intelligence office Hus band Yes lots of them but they had all worked for us beforeSaturday- Sunset What Willie Saw When Willie saw u peacock for the first time he said to his mother Oh mamma you should have seen t Electric lights all over the ferns tnd a turkey underneath Delineator I So your yacht was wrecked Strike a barT No The skipper had struck a bar before we started Philadel phia LocIgerII Suffered day and night the torment of itching piles Nothing helped me until I used Doaus Ointment It cured me permanently Hon John R Garrett Mayor Girard Ala I 1 ff1S t i S iiitatementit Two States Bank I I IStcphonsport Ky at the Close of Business Juno 30 1908 I Resources Loans and Discounts 73596 63I tN1J Cash in Safe 874481 Cash in other Banks 4962 N- W1i Banking House and Lot 502 89 Furniture and Fixtures 1557 12 I Current Expenses Last Six Months 959 53 90323 72 itTotalII to II Liabilities Capital StockJ5OOO 00gm Surplus Profits 09 Amount Deposi 4s tffttlmfHfJtN1Jsecurity Our are guarded by a modern burglary and I proof safe and insurance is carried to cover losses by fireIor robbery We pay 4 per cent interest on time deposits more than any bank in Breckenridge county pays We believe in paying our patrons all we can for use of their money The late disasterous bank failures have demonstrated W1Jit is not the oldest and largest bank that is the safest We take thatIopportunity to thank our customers whose patronage has tIMtN1J r IJNOS ADAIR Cashier I1J rsJJ BiJ 1J Bm Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or I If you do may find just what you need in department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once forowners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking We recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business Qlf you want cash for your property send price and description at onco and lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quicksales Jno D Babbage Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Wull locates Rents for 56 per month Cl 7501M acres on llHrtllnsbur and 3 1 f Us Of sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvement dwehlar and a Rood big burn 80 acres In OAk and beech Urn bur Tho oak timber Is Rood tie timber Hooch never been worked Timber can be hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco laud fruit Plumy Mood water year round Terms ono third cash balance In easy payments 4 2 950scros on HardlnsburK and JM t Sinking road t miles from Sample Improvements two onestory dwallhtgs throe big b rnellIUIK house end blacksmith shop all necessary outlioue130 acres under cultivation and pasture 25S acres in timber white oak black oak eech and sugar tree all Rood size Plenty of good water the year round Onethird cash and Rood easy terms on balance acres situated 1H miles from 6Ilul Joins Gabe Pierce Ridge laud In Rood shape good fenclUK one good dwel Bug house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 bar 30x46 foot 1 neverfalling spring two ponds This Is good tobacco wheat and corn land SO acres In timber white uk sugar tree ai beech balance cleared Plenty of Rood Good road t Stephen purr 2H mllts and goo road to Hol lH miles This farm Is notwor- out It is good land and In good fix Just th farm for u man with a v 00i IFund 777 18 Undivided 3195 Due tors 71351 Total 90323 72 I funds either other the businees you this for u 800 18i acres 8 miles from Clorerport onltloverportprovements 6room dwelling barn 88x18 feet and other out bulldlllrcs lt acres to orchard AcresInbalance In state of Rood cultivation Two GoodItmestonewheat yell located fur market OIK third cash balance on easy terms colt SxLG A farm containing 25oaereand IIvoilr rooms a with a store room over It two jtooJ stock barns ORe tenant house about 5U apple and leach trees also pears quinces and apricots most nleoIvtnyard KrapellIOO acres i n balance In woods IVbacret in gratife stttagroves ot black locust sufllclent for parts tc wire the whole farm in It lies near Kuror on L U R St L It It price Is i6000 or lung and easy payments nand SALEA splendid stand for a druggist physician inu good town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This Is just stepdInto a good practice a good rettredis the reason soiling or p uluyureport nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn o o A Christmas Suggestion o IRThe Best Christmas Present that can beEli oi i given a friend or relative is their home paperEIW Allow us to suggest that a years subscriptionLIi i EItothe news be placed on your gift memoran LI- LI dum for Christmas We have one subscriber EIwho gives five subscriptions to the NewsLI j oevery year Do not forget this Christmas EI ideawhen making your gift list p John D Babbage 0O 0- ODDODDDDDDO DODDODDDDODDDDDi TiE f10I GRADL COlVNERCM1 SCIIOOI OF 37F SOUlIrynzi 0 THE CONMERCIRL BRnxCHEs INCIUDIXG JZW6 IPNYARE TAuQNr REAUfFUL gTAL06UES FREEWRIT C L Li i 1 n vvviAVfhVV v I y OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Together With Claims Allowed At October Term t Breckenridge FiscalI Court 1908 II T J Adkisson sheriff localII option election county 15 miles 3 20II S C Dowell judge local op tion election county unit 2 00 J B Herndon clerk local option election county unit 2 00 Clinton Dowell judge local option election county unit 14 miles i 3 15 f Chas Blanford sheriff local i option election county unit 14 miles 3 15 Chas Gross judge local op l election county unit 2 00 i itionfie C H Drury clerk local op tion election county unit 2 0- 0rl + 1 John Richardson judge local p option election county unit rl 20 miles 3 00- V T Norris sheriff local t option election county union tyt 2 miles 31CO- NA WI B Board judge local op tion election county unit 2 I L 00 t C C Martin clerk local op 1 r 1tionelection county unit 2 I00 J T J Bennett judge local option election county unit 14 miles 3 15 rr David Penick sheriff local i option election county unit 11jj 14 miles 3 15 A B Oliver judge local op o t tion election county unit 2 00 J W Trent clerk local op II I tion election county unit2 00 j F Mercer judge local op ii tion election county unit 16 miles 3 30 las A Paul sheriff local op I tion election county unit 16 miles 3 30 T J Harrington judge local L option election county unit 200 J H Comer clerk local op i tion election county unit 2 00 Clarence Drane judge local fL option election county unit Li miles 29lj i P D Miller sheriff local op I tion election county unit 12 miles 2 05 P M Tucker judge local i option election countyunit 2 00 i iLiceMcCoy clerk local op 0ItClyde Hicks judge local option i election county unit 15 IfI Imiles 3 20 rt j jAsaW Noblet sheriff local option election county unit 15 miles 3 20 c i Clifton Howard judge local option election county unit 2 00 t A C Gljwscock clerk local I option election county unit 200 Y J Hall judge local option election county unit 13 miles 3 05 f frR Mattingly sheriff local y CURE BY CUTICURA AT CITYMISSION I Young Woman Found in Awful Condition t i with Scabies Body a Mass of Sores from ScratchingTried I Many Remedies for Seven Weeks t Result Was Discouraging ButI ITCHING TORTURES YIELDED TO CUTICURA + i While I was doing missionary work in the lower portion of several cities I i found it necessary to know a little of p tho efficacy of a few medicines andI after a while I found that a little knowlI alga of Cuticura was about all I neededI One of the very bad cases I had to deal s with was that of a young woman who had come to us not only broken inc spirit but in a most awful condition physically Our doctor examined her and told us that sho had scabies tho ititch incipient paresis rheumatism t brought on from exposure and the Cofl effects of her raggededged life Her poor body was a mass of sores from t scratching and she was not able to retain solid food Wo tried many things a good tonic Wlll prescribed and baths with a rubbing of lard and sulphur Wei i worked hard for seven weeks and youi t1 can Imagine how discouraged we were t who n niter all that time wo could see so little improvement One day I hap pened to see a Cuticura advertisement r f how a little baby had been A f cured of a had case of skin eruption y and although I had but ninetyseven tents with mo I bought a cake of Cut cura Soap and a bottle of Cuticura Insolvent When I reached home I was like a child with a new toy and we bathed our patient well and gave her a i full dose of the Resolvent She slept that night better than she had since she bad boon with us and the next day I located tho price of a box of Cuticura Ointment I am not exaggerating t when I say that in exactly five weeks this young woman was able to look for t a position being strong enough to work v and full of ambition In another month she left the home and now has 1 + a good position in a nice family where M she is respected and is strong and well You may refer any one you wish to me personallY Laura Juno Bates 86- litth 1 Ave New York N Y Mar 11 i 1007 i Complete External and Internal TreAtment for 1 it Every llumOr of intaats Children and Adults ron to ClelllIO the StlnE cullcrora Soap e25cBlsts Ot+ tAe SkIn and GUttOintment 6Oc to neal i Cutlcurri Ibeeor to the form of Chocolate 1 At curs xveauitiiv2Sc vial of 00 to Purity the DloAd I CbcmfC mailed Sole Props Free Boston Cuticura Maw Book on Sun Diseases jI wi option election county unit 13 miles 3 05 IJas A Dean judge local op tion election county unit 2 00- J B Hoskins clerk local op tion election county unit 2 00 Luther Clemons judge local option election county unit 14 miles 3 15 D N Howard sheriff local option election county unit 14 miles 3 15 J T White judge local op tion election county unit 2 i 00 H C Lake clerk local op tion election county unit 2 I00 Came the commissioners appointed to erect the Tar Fork bridge and made their report which is ordered recorded and said commissioners are discharged their report is as follows To the Hon Fiscal Court of Breck enridge county We the undersigned the committee appointed herein to contract for and superintend the erection of the Tar Fork bridge over Tar creek near Cloverport this Breck enridge county beg leave to report that In persuance to appointment was such committee did contract for and superintend the erection of said bridge and fills thereto that the same is now completed and has been accepted by this committee and that the same is a first class bridge iIn every particular sound in structure and of good material and was built strictly in accordance with contract and In addition to the stipulations called for in said contract the connections of said Bridge were rivited Contract price for said bridge f2949 let to Vincennes Bridge Company Contract price for abutments 6 per cubic yard No of cubic yards in abutment 300 and 90 100 amounting to 234540 let to Eigleman Construction CompanyContract price for approaches 27 12 cents per cubic yard for dirt 50 cents per square yard for riprap total amount for same 60285 let to J A BarryRespectfully submitted J V StClair Road Supervisor John Jennings Special Com Chas W Bohler Special Com It Is ordered by the court that justices Bates OReilly and Ruppert be and they are hereby appointed a committee to adjust the janitor and jailor matters under the new law and make any suggestions that they deem pro perJustices McCamish Drury and Ves sells are named and appointed a com mittee to Investigate Eveleigh bridge and abutmentjmatters and make re port of same Justices Bates and Drury are here by appointed a committee to Investi gate the Jail and public property generally and make their report with any suggestions that they may deem properOrder that court adjourn to 9 a m tomorrowAt Court continued and held in and for Breckenridge countyI Kentucky at the Court House inI Hardinsburg on Wednesday Oct 7 1908 Present Hon H DeH Moorman presiding judge of the Breckenridge county c6urtand the following named justices of the peace towit John OReilly T M Bates H G Vessells Charles H Drury John T McCamish and Frank Ruppert being all of the justices of the peace in commission This day came the committee appointed j to investigate the necessity of erecting a bridge across Hough I creek at Hornbacks mill and madeII their report which is as follows To the Fiscal Court of Brecken ridge county We the committee appointed atII the last term of this court to Investi gate the condition at Hornbacks I I mill as to the necessity of a bridge across Rough creek at that place would report as follows towit That we have visited the proposed site andJJ find that the ford across Rough creek at that point to be somewhat dangerous In the rainey seasons of the yearJJ and find that a bridge at that place would be of great convenience to the vicinity of Hornbacks mill but owing to the great expense the county has been to for bridges in the last year and as that portion of the county is better supplied with bridges than most any part of the county we would recommend that this court take no further action or steps this year toward building a bridge on Rough creek but recommend that the next joint bridge be built at the above named point and we recommend the appointment of a commissioner to ascertain Grayson countys positive attitude In the matter Respectfully submitted J V StClair Bridge Commissioner Frank Ruppert justice 6th district J OKellly justice 1st district J T McCamish justice 5th district COMMITTEE odr Won 4- r Whereupon It Is ordered by the court that John Alexander be and 1 he is hereby appointed as acommissioner of this court to ascertain the wishes of Grayson county with reference to said proposed bridge and he will report his acts herein at the next termI of this court The claim of Allen R Atkisson ofil cial stenographer of the Ninth Judi clal District amounting to 12080 for taking testimony and making transcript of same in case of Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Clark having been referred to Gus Brown the county attorney for legal investigation and adviceandhe having report ed that the law requires its payment but declaring such claims as being i in the nature of impositions on the county if great care is not exercised by the attorneys making the affidavits Upon motion and second the claim is allowed with the respectful recommendation and request by this court that the attorneys hereafter make as few affidavits requiring orders which bind the county as is possible 8120 80This day came the commissioners for Breckenridge and Grayson tour ties and filed their report of accept ance of the steel bridge at Eveleigh Mill which Is ordered recorded and is as follows This day came the commissioners for Breckenridge and Grayson counties and filed their report of accept ance of the steel bridge at Evelelghl Mill which Is ordered recorded and iIsI asfollowsThis that The Championl Bridge Company of Wilmington Ohio has completed ready for travejll- a steel bridge across Rough River at Eveleigh Mill in Breckenridge andl Grayson counties Kentucky accord ing to the plans on file for said bridge and to the satisfaction of the com mittees in charge we find the material better than specifications call for who hereby acept the same andl authorize a settlement therefor agreeably to the terms of the con tract entered into between the under signed and said company on the 19th day of April 1907 =Dated at Eveleighs Mill the 31st day of July 1908 R E Moorman Z T Proctor Approved J V StClair SRBC This day came J V StClair who was directed by this court to let the contract for the Breckenridge ap proach to Eveleigh Mill bridge and filed his report which Is ordered to record and Is as follows towit To the Fiscal Court of Brecken ridge county Having been ordered by a former term of this court to let contract for approach for Breckenridge side of Eveleigh Mill bridge would report a compliance with said order and that said contract was let to Mr John Eskridge for the sum of 30 cents per cubic yard Would further report that said contract has been perform ed according to plans and specifica tion and has been accepted by me Number of Cubic yards contained In I fill 815y at 30 cents per cubic yard amounting to 82446- 5Respectfully submitted J V StClair Supervisor of Roads and Bridges This day carne J V StClair Bridge Commissioner pursuant to an order J entered at a called term of this court 1 held July 7 1908 and filed his report I herein which is ordered to record and is as follows towit 1 To the Fiscal Court of Brecken I ridge CountyII Having been ordered by the Fiscal Court at the special term of July 1908 to investigate the condition of the abutment of Eveleigh Mill bridge c that Is cracked and so determine if it could be successfully grouted I re= port that it is my opinion that the suggestion of the experts can and should be carried out by grouting said rock work and I so notified Murphy Bros the contractors Immediately after the adjournment of said term of court and apprized them of my readi ness and willingness to be present and superintend such work at that time Said contractors failed and refused 1 to do such work and still refuse to do it The Bridge Company after the J notice and refusal of Murphy Bros put the bridge on said abutment with out my orders or knowledge or count and the bridge now is mounted and the abutment is as it was left bye contractors Respectfully submitted J V StClair Road Supervisor and Bridge Commissioner Justices McCamish Vessells and Drury having beenappointed as a committee to make investigation and report recommendations in the Eve i leigh Mill bridge and abutment matters and having read the reports ofI Commissioner StClair and the report of the commissioners to erect said bridge made the following recommendations That the claim of John Eskrldge amounting to 24465 for constructing approach as shown bye commissioners report be allowed and paid that the bridge be received and the claim of the Champion Bridge Company amouting to the sum of be paid The total amount of the claim being 3970 and the j i COMELY MATRONS PRAISE PERUNA 1KENTUCKY OREGON OHIO MFSANeA IwSUulIII11JIIr IIUIItIIlllvl III Testimony of These Three Housewives Demonstrates Beyond All Cavil That Pertina is a Safe Useful Remedy Gained Flesh on Peruna I l Mrs Hattie Hamilton R P D No2 Sparta Ky writes I have taken two bottles of Peruna and commenced on the third one I did not really need the third one butthought it best to take another bottle- I have always weighed 102 pounds but since I began taking Peruna I weigh 120 for the first time in all my life and I am now thirtythree years old Your medicine has surely done mo a great deal of good and I have recommended it to several others who have begun taking it My mother who is seventysix years old had grown so weak she could scarcely walk She took two bottles of Peruna and is fleshier and looking well Internal Catarrh Mrs M F Jones of Burning Springs Ky writes No family should over be without Peruna for it is an unfailing cure for colds and it Is an excellent remedy to prevent and relieve croup And to speak from a standpoint of experience I can candidly say that it is the remedy for internal catarrh I shall not hesitate to recommend it especially to all suffering womenyPeruna has gained full confidence and a permanent stay in our home number of tithes in Breckenridge county being 4086 and the number of tithes in Grayson county being 4479 That this court take no further action in thejmatter of the 500 withheld from the contractor who erected the abutments because of Imperfect workmanship In con structing the same but that Breck enridge county stand on the order of the Fiscal Court j entered in Order Book No 1 at page 609 and the recommendation made by experts and on the bridge commissioners reports until said contractor Murphy Bros shall complete their contract to the satisfaction of the bridge com missioner J V StClair And said StClair will report his acts herein at the next term of this court Which report by actual vote Is adopted and made the order of this court And further the Commissioner and Receiver of Breckenridge county Is hereby ordered and directed to pro cure the sum of by Issuing the obligations of the county for said amount bearing interest at the rate of live per cent per annum from date until paid payable in 1 2 3 4 and 5 years after date or before at the option of Breckenridge county in such amounts as the Commissioner and Receiver deems proper And he will pay to the Champion fridge Company with interest from July 31 1908 and to John skrldge f244 05 and take their receipts therefore and file the same with their re portThis day came the committee here tofore appointed to Investigate the possibility and practicability of re funding the Railroad tax districts bonded in debtedness which Is com posed of justices OReilly and Vessels and the county judge and suggested that ten more representative citizens of the district be added to the com nftttee and that a meeting be called ititlie pleasure of the county judge andjhat the Fiscal Court be called in session at said time action having been deferred herein by the present committee on account of high interest rates and the panic and the county attorney is directed to investigate the legal aspect presented by the proposi Lion and he will be prepared to advise such a meeting so called and upon motion of justice Ruppert and seconded by jjustice Drury it Is ordered that the court appoint ten more persons on said committee And the court being ad vised appointed on said committee the allowing citizens vlzr Joe L Matting y Wm Ahl John Alexander Go W The only valuable testimony which any household remedy of those who have used it itcan have Is the testimony is worse than useless to discuss Peruna from a theo retical standpoint It is what Poruna will do not eviwhatpeopledeuce The housewives of the United sss know what Peruna will do They have tried it They have realized its Av in the family Thoy are the Aare competent to speak benefitHHe v Selfappointed critics lta 7 ing of it whatever The and Constipation Torpid Liver Mrs Anthony Rauch 300 N Walnut street Bucyrus 0 writes I was suffering from obstinate con stipation and torpid liver when I took your advice and purchased six bottles of Pernna and Manaliu When I had takenl only one bottle I felt much better andl since I have taken two more bottles I feel entirely well but I will continue taking the medicine for a short time to make sure of my cure I think Manalin is one of the finest remedies for constipation that I ever tried I will never be without it It has made me so strong I can do a days work and never tire I am so glad I do not got those dizzy spells anymore I havent had one since 1 took your medicine- I cannot thank you enough for what your medicine has done for me AllI sickpcople should give it a fair trial Kidneys and Bladder Mrs Gus H Carlson Box 201 Orton ville Minn writes- I had catarrh of the kidneys andl bladder I have taken Pcruna until now and I do not think I need to take it any longer t fl1 feel well and my tongue is clear andtf have no bitter taste in my mouth Iittm very thankful for Peruna t Beard Mike Miller W R Moorman I D N Howard HC Mattingly Frank Dean and Huston Critcheloe And if it shallappear that any of said committee hold any of said bonds the county judge Is hereby authorized to I name other persons on said committee And said committee will report at the next term of this court It is ordered by the court that the following sums be and they are here by allowed and appropriated to the persons below named respectfully for the services mentioned Forrest Speaks taking care of public closet fa months 12 00 J W Teaff supplies for court house oo 255 B F Beard Co supplies for court house and jail 34 67 Dr L B Moremen salery as Health Officer one year up to April 1908 7500 R A Shellman fees as jailer 10180 Lee Bishop fees as coroner 13 75 Mrs J J Severs room for magistrates courts March June and September 1908 300 Mrs Enola Rafferty 1754 cubic yards dirt for fills at Tar Fork bridge 32 89 Dennie Sheeran delivering ballot boxes for school and local option elections 28 50 Lawrence Sill trimming shade trees in court house yard 75 Lee Bishop guarding prison er two nights 4 00 W B Lennon guarding pris oner two nights 400 HookjDeHaven Co ladder for poor house 2 O DeHaven conveying priso 10IIII ners and expenses tojalh 5 City of Cloverport board of III prisonerss II J B Jackson convoying pauper 16II fco poor house 2 00 T J Hook supplies furnished III to jail and court house 61 25 Jubal Hook Jr furnishing material and making 85 ballot boxes for school election 41 25 Joel H Pile balance salary and supplies for office and ex pressage 72 40 Ed F Alexander school books for indigent children 2 75 Paul E Dthnpster school books for indigent children 177 R G Gardiner school books for indigent children and record books 369 On motion of justices Bates seconded by justice Vessells it Is orderedlby the court that an udvalorum tajfof1 30 ce- ntshLp4J 41 HoIr Peruna Their Family Medicine Mrs Anna Or Hyde 712 E Yamhill street Portland Oregon Vice President Literary and Educational Organization of Now Hampshire writes I am pleased to endorse Foruna as an allround good family medicine and one that is safe to give children 1 glvo r it to mine at the least suggestion of a cold and take it myself to build up my strength and nerves My sister who is living with mo uses Peruna too and she is loud in its praisesYour medicine is certainly worthy of praise Backache Headache Mrs Tressic Nelson GOON Fifth Ave Nashville Tenn writes As Poruna has done me a world of good I foci in duty bound to toll of 1It in hopes that it may meet the eye of somo woman who has suffered as I did For five years I really did not know what a perfectly well day was and if I did not have Headache I had backache or a pain somewhere and really life was not worth the effort I made to keep goingA good friend advised me to use Peruna and I was glad to try anything and I am very pleased to say that sIx bottles made a now woman of mo and I have no more pains and life looks bright again Catarrh of Bowels Mrs Maggie Durbin 1832 North street Little Rock Ark writes I was troubled for five years with a chronio disease I tried everything I heard of but nothing did me any good Some doctors said my troublo was ca tarrh of tho bowels and some said con sumption of the bowels Ono doctor said ho could cure me 1 took his medi cine two months but it did mo no good CIA friend of mine advised mo to try Pernna and I did so After I had taken two bottles I found it was helping me lso I continued its use and it has cured mo sound and well I can recommend Poruna to anyone and if anyone wants to know what i Pornna did for mo if they will write to 1 me I will answer promptlyf Ion each one hundred dollars worth of taxable property in the railroad tax district of Breckenridge county Ken tucky be and Is hereby levied for the 1 year 1909 This tax Is levied to provide fund for the payment of claims against r Ia district to pay the interest coupons 1I1- Iond the bonds of said tax district Thatsheriff under his bond for the collection of the county levy Is ordered to collect said tax and to pay same to the sold commissioner of said tax district r who shall apply the same to the pay ment of any claims from the said tax 1 district and ordered paid by this court and then to the payment of the interest coupons due and unpaid and then to the payment of the bonds The cou pons and bonds paid by said comrois sloner shall be delivered to him by the holders and the receipts from the com missioner to the sheriff for the amounts paid by the sheriff to him shall be vouchers to the sheriff in his settle ments And a yea and nay vote being taken upon the foregoing order re1 suited as followsII John OReilly yea T M Bates yea yeaIJ T McCamish yea Frank Rup pert yea It Is ordered by the court that the fol L lowing claims for sheep killed and in jured and for the costs incident to the proof of said claims be and the same are hereby allowed to the persons below f named respectively and the same are certified to the auditor for payment j G S McGavock 3 sheep killed 18 00 John Pate appraiser in Mc Gavock sheep claim 50 t C H Simmons appraiser in pf HTi jdFi J Samuel Taul appraiser in Ii Whitehouse sheep claim50C B Beavin appraiser in if Whitehouse OJfE sheep claim T M Bates fee as justice in 1Johnkilled 800 WE Ramsey appraiser in Monroe sheep claim 50 Henry Butler appraiser in Monroe sheep claim 50 J T McCamish fees as JUS- tice in Monroe sheep claim 50 Edw OReilly 8 sheep injured 11 00 C A Eskridge appraiser piarOReilly sheep claim i 50 P F Ballman appraiser in- OReIllyshCePclam n jV 50 Continued next tack i if y 0 0