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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXI CLQVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 6 1907 8 Pages NO 30 TOBACCO COMING IN farmers Hauling the Weed to Market in Large Quantities Tobacco is coming in now by the wagon loads Tobacco raisers who I were unable to deliver the weed to the I local market during the high waters are now making up for lost time Monday and yesterday the highways surround ing the headquarters of the local warehouses were crowded with wagons each farmer waiting his turn Many ofv them had been on the road nearly all1I night and were awaiting the opening of the warehouses before the break of day t A rush on the local market for the t next few days is anticipated by the warehouses firs Ridgeway Entertains Saturday afternoon Mrs Ben Ridge way entertained at flinch in honor ofE her guest Mrs Julia Spalding of Morganfield She was assisted in re ceiving by Miss Margaret Carter The guests included a number of friendsi besides the members of the Girls club The first prize was won by Mrs Frank English and the second was given to Mrs Spalding During the aftcrndon a delicious two course luncheon was T served Mcduffln Is President Mr R L McGuffin of Louisville and a wellknown traveling man was elected president at the Fourth State Convention of Kentucky Gideons held in Louisville Saturday Mr McGuffins home was formerly at Hardinsburg but he is the kind of a man who is at home where eVer he goes l OTOnXBon tha- Sigutnn of dBooM Miss Lewis Entertains Miss Reba Lewis was hostess to the Good Tune Club Friday evening She was s3lated in entertaining by he Irvlngtijto thfe gueslsII IRVINGTON ITEMS Newsy Notes In Nickel Packages Irvington KyT J Atkisson ha added to his line of business firstclass stock of groceries and asks the patron age of the people His groceries are unusuallygood and very cheap Give Mr Adkisson a call when needing gro series J B Biggs has sold his stock of gro ceries to Henry Hardaway They will in a few days be prepared to fur plainIMrs T S Woolfolk and son Ray mond have returned to Louisville af ter a visit to Mrs John Frank Clay combMiss O lie May Clarkson was here a few days to visit her sister Mrs Kem per and left Saturday for Louisville Mrs Forrest Vanmeter nee Oollie Claycomb leaves shortly for Jackson ville Fla to join her husband and will spend this winter in the south H H Kemper has organized a branch bank at Custer They will be ready fa business about March 1 A B Sutcr will act as cashier i 1 Miss Eva ItI Herndon is in Clover port on a visit to the Rev and Mrs J LewisIThe friends of Mrs Nannie Hender son are pleased to know that she iis gradually growing stronger from an attack of paralysis and hopes to be able to return to her Kentucky home at an early date- Quarterly conference of the M E church convenes here Wednesday andt Thursday of this week Bro Shelly iis presiding elder and will be the guest ofc the Rev B F Wilson Those from a distance who attended the funeral and burial of Mrs Andrew Hook who died in West Point aud was buried here were George Hook Shrevesport Mrs Ralph Harvey In dianapolis Mrs Bert Harvey Coffey ville r Kan Mrs GleW Hardavmy West Point Mr Tom Dowell and Mr and Mrs James St Clair Hardinsburg Mrrand Mrs Owen Parks Lodiburg Mr and Mrs Frank Claycomb were Louisville last week shopping 2 i STEPHENSPORT I News Items of Interest Recorded Correspondents Rev Lewis filled his appointment here Sunday Mrs Eliza Blaine left Monday for Florida for a months stay Mrs Simmons is quite ill with ppeu monia She came hero to visit he daughter Mrs Varbel Estcll McKaughan left Monday for 1St Louis L B Helm isimproving some after several days illness J Hottel and wife of Brandenburg were guests of Dr and Mrs Nevitt last week We were sorry to hear of the death of George Rayborne of Tell City He lived near this place for quite a number of years and hadmany friends j1 Mrs H S English Jr of Roberts Bottom is the guest of her uncle MrII Andrew Crawford returnedrhome from Evansville where she has been visiting her sister We are glad to know that little Harry i Smith is convalescent after an illness of one week Mrs Pomp McCoy attended the fun t eral of Mrs Robt Weatherford at HarnedMcGlothlan Piggott have just received a car load of the very best fencing wire on the market and they wishI call Attention of the farmers to bar gains in this licell Misses Nannie Childs and Cecil Spadlin will open a millinery store iin time for the ladies to have Easter bonjj netsW B Gardner spent last week iin OwensboroMiss Neff of Guston spent Saturday here the guest of Miss Nellie SmithH H Kemper spent Thursday and Friday in Brandenburg attending court Crayton Claycomb left Thursday for New Haven Mr liert Cunningham of Chen ult Ind is the guest of his daughter Mrs W D Gardner for a few days I 1 EKRON DOINGS Enterprise and Thrift Are the Pass Words of the Hustling Berg Ekron Feb 5SpecialOne of the most progressive towns of Meade county is Ekron In the last year the andrall the merchants are doing well Fol- lowingl are some nFws notes Bratches Bruner will open a hard ware business soon Clyde Miller has a harness shop in operation D S Childs has sold his property to C C Stith 13100 Ekronis steadily growing and Editor Duncan cant take our rail road away The best road bed on the Henderson Route is from Weldon to Webster Not a trestle on ii- I it We hope the river people will get a rail road for they need it A C Palmer and family of Louis JJ ville were at Mr Guedrys Sunday A corps of surveyors nra trying toI1 locate a spur to the cement qilarries below Brandenburg Besides the rail road business here which is over 1000 the firms handle 50000 worth of live stock The apple business last year amounted to 530000 I Three stores sold 25000 worth of merchandiseOne sold over 200 tons of ferti lizer is Tobacco is also handled here Turkeys and other produce is plenti ful in Ekron The bank has 50000 resources Union Prices Shave tOe hair cut 25 hair cut and beard trimmed 35c neck shave 5c extra CHAS FURROW- M HAMMAN R SON Cloverport Ky Feb 4 1907 There is no better flour onthe market It is made at Lewisport Williams J sells itII Happenings of the Little Town Chronicled By Our News Gatherer Oral Coomes has the mumps at this writing Jj The little child of Mr and Mrs Jake I1 Hardesty has been very sick for n few days but is some better at this writing J The parties given atTaylor Comptonsi and Tom Pikes last week were well at tended and a success Will Avitt spent Sunday at William Browns Rhodelia last Sunday Miss Bessie Compton visited Miss Velma Bruner Sunday Messrs Allen Claycomb and Henry Cashman are on the sick list at this writing Mr and Mrs Taylor Compton and Mr end Mrs Glen Macy visited at L Cashmans Sunday evening Proctor Knott and family visited at B Nortons part of last weak Renfro Knott was in last Wednesday Cant Do Without It Los Angeles Cal Jan 24th 1907 Mr Jno D BabbageHCloverport Ky Dear SirEnclosed please find P O order for 100 for The News am in the land of sunshine fruit and flowers I can not do without my hom paper I have just returned from tweeks stay at one of the beaches the d what caused the delaydRespectfully Mrs Dr Gabbert Freak Chicken Mrs George Harris is gaining quite a as a successful poultry raiser She has thirty young chickens almost teddy for market Among her chickens is one that has three legs All headaches go When you grow wiser And learn to use An Early Riser tI DeWitts Little Early Risers safe sure pills SAW HIS SHADOW And Mr Ground flog Hunted Ills Hole The sun shone Saturday February 2 ithe ground hog saw his shadow and six more weeks of winter will prevail The last few days have verified the ground hog theory Hot fires in the homes and warm wraps on the street are the prevailing fashion 1500 DOZEN EGGS In One Store at One Time Talking about eggs The hens must be working over time and a fellow who would try to get up a trust on hen fruit would have a big proposition to reckon with Hatfield Vanmetor the very enterprising and successful mercantile firm at Glendale had in their store one day last week 1500 dozen oggs Jutthink of it 18000 eggs in one store on one day an egg for nearly every man countygpoultry business is such an important industry when one store dayItcounty could show up such a lot on one day as atfield and Vanmeter Elizabethto wn News hUtileChild Dies Raymond Ky Feb 5Special Erneste Dlrt Feb 1 after a short illness of The little boy was an exceedingly attractive child and the of the whole community goes out to his parents sister and brothers in their bereavement Frightfully Buned Chas W Moore a machinist of Ford City Pa had his hand burn applidBucklens resulta quick and perfect cure Greatest healer on earth for Burns Wounds Sores Eczema and Piles 250 ao Severs Drug Co I I DaysII I I Of the Monster Closing Out sale of Winter Merchandise I IThe high waters and bad weather kept numbers from attending our Closing Out Sale and in order that everybody may have an opportuni ty to get the benefit of these wonderful bargains we have decided to continue this Sale 15 days Everything must go at the great reduction pricesI 10000 Worth of Winter MerchandiseII Consisting of Clothing Notions Shoes and and Gents Furnishing Goods at Sacrificing Prices r Must Be Sold In 15 Days Nothing Reserved I v Remember this stock of goods consists of the latest in Winter Merchandise the goods you need right now Many have taken advantage of this opportunity to clothe themselves and family during this Monster Closing Out Sale Were you among them If not you have done yourself and fam i ily an injustice can only be repaired by coming in during this 15 days continuance and fix yourself for the winter Look for the Big Red Signs on front of building Look for the blue pencil mark attached to every article Mens Suits Boys and Young liens Suits liens Overcoats Boys and Young Mens Overcoats Hens Furnishings Mens Hats Mens Pants Mens and Ladies Shoes reGoitJg in This Sale at 33 CentSon the Dollar Remember IS Days is the time limit This big stock of Winter Merchandise must be sold in that time They are going and have been going V Dont Put Off Coming Too Long Be on Hand Early SHAPINSKY BROS t I THE BIG- STORE Consideration RAYMOND Brnndenbur reputation sympathy frightfully great Ladies which 1Li CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY I u- S SEWANEE AND THE UNIVERSITY j 5 OF THE SOUT 8AJ I At Sewanee Tennessee is located un institution of higher educa tion which is absolutely unique in many interesting particulars It is the University of the South which is porparing to celebrate this year the SemiCcntennal of its organization In tbs first place it is unique in being withdrawn from the cities and occupying its own domain of nearlyI ten thousand acres upon a plateau of the Cumberland Mountains two thousand feet above the level of the sea It is unique also in that its three scholastic terms each year are in the Spring Summer and Falland its vacation is in the winter from the middle of December to the middle of March This arrangement is possible because Sowaneo is remarkable as a health resort and is growing in favor as a Summer resort and it is no unusual thing for whole families to spend the Sum mer at Sewanee the young men devoting their time to study in one or the other of the Departments ot the University while the other members enjoy the invigorating air and the delightful scenery in and around the University town and the mentally stimulating life of the University itself What Sowaneo is may be partly told by the pictures presented herewith and those will also partly account for the intense love which every Sewaneo man has for Sowaneo And by Sewaneo men wo mean the five usllndwho have thus far matriculated in the uivorsity and have received more or less of the educational advan tagos the place has had to offer and are now scattered all over the world engaged in every conceivable perstiit some of thorn having attained to high distinction in church and state in army and navy in law and medicine in business and literature and who throughout bare retained the famous Sowanee Spirit But a few words may llp needed to give a more complete idea of the University which is so thoroughly identified with the Geographical name that the two arc used convertibly The University of the South was organized in 1857 EpiscopalChurch YOUIbroUlselected because of its central location with reference to the youths who were expected to be benefited by the proposed University be cause of its great natural beauty and because in army particulars U was an ideal spot for the carry ingjout of the designs of the founders of the University The work of building had begun when the Civil War tcitheI I cent domain Hence the rntverivi could nut be opened for educa tional work until IMS anal it i within I the ptisr thin vciuhtv vcars = =MYMdU LI IAUK n I u nO HOFFMAN HALL I I I I QUINTAUD MEMORIAL MALL GRAMMAR SCHOOL DORMITORY t- ol lTT ntt rdrw a = ILo1AYr c I BUESLIN TOWER p l I I Views of Buildings of the University Southat S evvaneeJI n I J I that the University has grown to the proud position which it oc cupies today These years have seen steady progress toward the re alization of thedreams of the antebellum founders of the University which were of a University modeled after the great English Universities and doing for the youths of the South what the larger Universi ties of the North are doingjfor the young men of the country Gra dually the several departments of the University took shape Aca demic Theological Law Medical including a School of Pharmacy and a training School for nurses Engineering while the Sewanee Grammar School has grown to such proportions as to have an average of 250 cadets each year The other departments have more than five hundredstudents each year The number of professors is fifty and the equipment iis complete for conferring the degrees of B A M A B C E C E G D B D M1 D Ph G and LL B in courser The University has long since passed its experimental stages and this fact typified by the character of the permanent tone buildings I1built of the beautiful Sewanee sandstone quarried on the University domain which ire gradually replacing the temporary structures Theses are in the best style of scholastic architecture and while there is plenty of ground for them to spread out there is now a plan on foot to so place the buildings of tho future as to bring the whole into hr v monious groups and quadrangles A The design of tho founders of the University was to make Sowaneo a centre of culture and refinement It is remarkable the number of great names in the list of those who were from the first attracted to the scheme to make their home at Sewanee The Southern Bishops built their summer residences there Several Gonoralsof tho Confed cate army General Kirby Smith General Shoup and Genora1 Gorges among them have lived there Authors have been abun dant among the residents of Sowaneo and the place is already recognized i as a literary centre Miss Sarah Barnwell Elliotts home is in t Sewanee lu Sowaneo the Rev Dr Du Bose has written his books of t worldwide reputation And these are but two instances out of many of the authorship of Sowaneo The Sewanee Review quarterly j in its fifteenth year hits been declared the only magazine in except the Atlantic Monthly in which a literary article could bo nowII lilted The Pathfinder u magazine in little monthly is winning favor and worcs of praise from all over the country are not students publications of which Sowaneo has an unusual num Y her but edited by tho faculty and of far wider scope than might be r supposed from their names And the University Press of Sewanee having already put forth veraltvork of unusual importances pre paring tu putllih several books during the preent year and will do f much towards developing Sewanee as a place where not only are hooks written hut where they are published in the highest style of t bookmakers art n n I I lI t1ILIBRVRY DiD VLSII MEMORIAL HALL p r IrII j THOMPSON HALL MEDICAL DEPARTj1LNTa I f i w F 9 t I 1I ihlIDIOT ON M1OC i11 I IA Suppressed Chapter of con and Repartee by J K Bangs Glorious Times Coming When Eaei IPassenger Will Be Paid For Ridini on the Street Cars Morris Chairs Desks and Carnegie Libraries to Cc Provided The City to Pay the Bill I sec said the Idiot as he folded up the morning paper and sat on IT so that his fellow boarders might not conic Into possession that the uiimlcipu marshmallow and peanut brittle plan at Hohokus has been sold to the candy trust and the dream of comparatively free and absolutely pure inarshnml lows and peanut brittle under the con trol of the city fathers has turned out to be a mere bit of bankrupted Irides cenceIts all Irldescenccrthe whole mu nicipal ownership scheme said lrIBrief tho lawyer Its a bubble with out even the sdap Oh I dont think that said the Idiot Seems to me Its a pretty good scheme only they ought to make It comprehensive What I want to see Is the day when the municipality owns everything that now fills the Individ SUCH PASSENGER WILL DE PROVIDED WITH 1 A MOUItIB CIIAIK ual with care from the toothache and appendicitis up to the trolleys theaters I nnd theosophy Did you ever think 1Dr Squills of what a fine thing It F would be to operate on the body politic for a case of municipal appendicitis I have never let my mind dwell upon so fertile a field for thoughtno said the doctor It would be rather difficult wouldnt 10 I suppose It would returned the Idiot I suppose It would be next toI impossible to etherize the whole city government before you began to grap I pie around in Its Insides after the of fending vermiform but If It could be done wouldnt It be fine Just think of getting rid of nil the useless and In flamed members of the body politic as easily as man now sheds his personally conducted trouble with his Innards Do you really believe that govern meet could run the trolleys as well as they are run by Individuals asked Mr Brief If they couldnt theyd better go out of business said the Idiot I dout see why they cant run street railways as well ds they run the street manicur ing department And think how nice It would behow much envy hatred and malice would disappear If the I people owned the trolley For Instance y when you and I see Mr J Wlllieboy t Ducklugton hiking up the pike In his t automotrouble His what demanded the lawyer His automotrouble said the Idiot Its a machine run by gasoline that breeds trouble of Its own power When we see old Wlllleboy scooting along In his car you and I turn pale pink with envy because we havent anything of the kind to keep us aWake nights and before the police courts of all the counties twixt Cattaraugus and Kcnne bunk Were too poor to pay oven for that long and tolerably consistent scent that lies In the trail of It and we gnash our teeth to think that we never can get our pictures In the Sunday papers because we shall never own one of those machines But If wo as citizens of this metropolis owned the trol Joys It would be different When the Green avenue and Gompers square car + goes by we would look at Its brilliantly lit electric Interior and smile with sat isfaction That is my new Wilming ton wed say to our country cousins who were visiting us Then wed nod politely to the chauffeur and hed stop and take us aboard and by and by tho conductor would come through and hand us all a nickel What In thunder are you talking about What on earth would the conductor hand you a nickel for demanded the lawyer For riding on the car of course said the idiot Thats tho scheme Isnt It- Oh Is It laughed the lawyer ii Well I guess thats the way some people look at It What Is your pre else Idea of municipal ownership any how Why said the Idiot as I un- dertd tho propaganda of theM O t people as expounded on tho editorial pages of the sporting extras of the New York Evening Brisbane and the Chicago Dally William Randolph municipal ownership means the grabbing of everything In sight that has a cash register and a meter attached to itt tending the original owners to jail for life and managing whats left for the benefit of tho people In the case of lime trolleys all the enormous profits leaved from tho nefarious practice sow In operation of carrying a passen ger ninety miles for a ciclcc are to be I I F It waned back to hot polloi in the shape of annual dividends with blue trading stamps with every dollars worth which on presentation at the office o any gas company In the United States will entitle the bearer to free gas fo tho rest of his natural life The expected Improvements In th publicI service will lie along the better ment of cars an increased urbanity on the part of the motormen and conduct ors and a far greater regard for beau ty in all rapid transit matters As I understand the situation as to the first improvements the cars are to be larger to begin with better ventilated and without straps No car will be so small that anybody will ever have to stand in or out of rush hours Each passenger will be provided with a Morris chair on a swivel with a writing desk and an electric light attached sta tionery and typewriters to be had on application to the conductor At one end of each car there will be a Cur negie library and a rending room with all the magazines and weeklies on file and at the other a buffet where soft drinks will bo dispensed by the best mixers the politicians can drum up In the advertising panels that run around the walls of the car Instead of these being merely friezes of patent medicines face powders breakfast foods and corsets elevating literature will be printed by such authors as Dicky Davis Ella Wheeler Wilcox and Henry James with a college graduate on the rear platform to explain the paragraphs of the last named author to those who do not understand reform ed rhetoric Ladles will be escorted to their seats by bellboys hud every car will have a chaperon aided by a competent bouncer to see that attractive looking shoppers dainty little widows and others of the female persuasion are able to travel a block without being ogled off the car by vagrom drummers and lads from the smoke regions lately I come into possession of their fathers hard earned savings All the motormen will be put through a course of Instruction In good manners so that when a lady on a street corner holds up her finger as a sign that she would like to get aboard Instead of cutting her dead as many of them do at present and going ahead as though the company didnt want any passengers they will stop the car lift their hats like a pack of Chester fields gather up her bundles call her attention to the weather express the hope that her family are all enjoying I good health and see to It that she gets Inside the car without falling on her face or sitting unexpectedly down in the lap of an entire stranger The conductors will be similarly trained only they will bo rather better educated than the man on the front plat form I can think of no better way to show what the conductors will be than to say that tLey will resemble the modern policeman that fine flower of the municipal ownership of the con stabularyYou what happens If you auk n policeman anything He at once touches his helmet in respectful sale tation flicks the dust from the breast of his blue coat and places himself entirely at your service Anything you want to know he tells you with a pleasant smile or with an expression of deep and poignant regret Informs you that be is not at the moment in possession of the information you seek but will find out at the earliest pOSe sible opportunity and send word by special delivery post If you will kindly give him your address All of you who have had that experience with a policeman will know what to expect from the municipal ownership conductor The city fathers as represent ed by their commissioner df trolleys will take the same care In the selection of the men that they now take through the police commissioner In the selection of the preservers of the peace so that WI may rest easy as to the su perior morale of the force Then as for the roadbed which Is i nowadays something of an eyesore In I certain localities the trolley commis sloners will seek the cooperation of i I ii MANNEBS LIMB A CHESTEIlFXEZiD the commissioner of parks Beautiful hedges of Japanese japonlca will con ceal the tracks from public gaze At each street corner will be flower beds In which the number of the street la set forth In growing plants Trailing arbutus and Virginia creeper or wis taria vines will cover the trolley poles and In lime when these have had a chance to grow the whole trolley line will look like a beautiful floral and green arbor and people living along the line instead of looking out upon an ugly highway of steel Und iron nnd wire will gaze upon what appears to be a stretch of Eden running through their midst Now what could be better It seems perfectly lovely said Mrs Pedagog the Idiots landlady enthusi asticallyWhos going to pay for all thisr asked Mr Brief You people dont r Ij Beeiii to take the cost of tLsl tuiu Into consideration iOlleefi the fire department nskel1 the Idiot It will all come out of the pockets o rthe city of course All the city has tn prlatllepublish a bonds whenever till sinking fund jet below the water line Say they nprll a hundred million to start with That means only a hundred thousand band of a par value of 1000 Or they might get em out III smaller denom muttons of 100 each so that the per pie could buy them rail thus put a tat of us In possession of u certificate of ownership Theyd look mighty pretty framed and hiring on the wall The best way to do however would be to scud them over to England and soil em there for It Is an established fact that there Is always someuuly In England somewhere that will buy any tiring I That remains to be proved said Mr Brief Well all I have to say is that If youll pay my expenses to London and back guarantee me IImmunity from prosecution nail provide me with the certificates Ill have Boston Common Incorporated at 1000000 tomorrow and sell the whole Issue at 13 before the first day of next April said the idiot Ill make the late G Whlttakor Wright look like 30 cents That may be but theyd prosecute you Just the same They lauded Wright and they lauded Hooley for very much the same sort of thing And after awhile theyd do the same with the city If It put Its privately printed bonds for municipal ownership of the trolley on the market persisted Mr Brief Cant you see that Yes said the Idiot But thats the biggest point for the municipality In the whole business You cant send a whole city to jail you know JOHN KENDHICK BANGS LOSS 510000 A WEEK Cost of Municipal Ownership to English Wage Earners During the years 10010 the rate of wages paid In Great Britain 1ucllncil to such an extent that at the cud of that period the workers wore gettiiw 510000 less a week than in moo The total loss In wages for the five years compared with the wage scale of 1000 was more than 100000000 The par llniuentaty report from which these fig ures are taken records a reaction dur ing the first half of last year but thoI Increase Is but a bagatelle compared with the eiionnous loss recorded above As England Is the country where gov ernment and municipal ownership Iis most general these figures show that public ownership docs not raise In general but raises the wages wagCIII few at the expense of the many This tremendous reduction In wages Is due largely to Increased taxation caused by the losses of the government and municipal Industries for higher taxes mean higher rents and a general Increase In the cost of production which must be offset In some way IIf England Is to maintain her trade In the face of the worlds competition The easiest way to economize is to cut wages und so the wage earner has had to pay for municipal experiment both In lower wages and higher rents When the wage earner Is asked to vote for municipal ownership he should bear In mind that at the same time IIP would vote for all that goes with It higher living expenses and lower wages perhaps no wages at all Who benefits The politician who gets a new popular issue the politicians close friends who arc put on municipal Jobi and the large consumer who gets his service for less than cost Where does the wage earner come In He pays tho bills t YPhiladelphias Waterworks Tho Philadelphia Public Ledger pre diets a general shakeup In time water department as time result of a retool inspection of tho pumping stations ItII states that evidence of neglect nuts Intt efficiency was found on every hand This Is not surprising In view of the fact that some of the engineers li charge of pumping stations wore originally appointed as coal heavers undII 3we to political influence their promo tion to their present responsible posi tions Tbe officials admit that the cou dition Is serious as much of the ma chinery Is so worn as to be Incapable of performing anything like Its full I luty It Is also admitted that munch of 1 tire material received for repairs ettcc Is defective and not In accordance with I specifications This condition has been known to members of the council forII years I Unfair Distribution of CoatcA special dispatch from Klrkwood Mo to the Chicago Tribune states tbat the municipal electric light plant Df that city has proved a failure The I generating plant will be shut down and electricity Will be purchased from 1 Il private company at onethird of what 1 it has cost tho city to make It Tho I city will sell to Its customers at a I price high enough to enable It to light 1 the streets without cost to the taxpayers I This Is typical of municipal ownership Inequityto force the users of electricity to pay for all the street lighting although they are not bone tiled any more than tho citizens who use gas or oil- Failure of Municipal Bakeries The failure of tine municipal bakeries at Catania Italy is reported by Mr Churchill the British consul at Palermo There was a 30000 deficit In the balance sheet and the request lovcrnlng a loan of 80000 was re insert by a royal commission In con IDijuonce time institution has been losed United States Consular Re 1rifI w i ITO CONSTRUCT CANAL Oliver Is Awarded the Big Contract White House Announcement Washington Jan 2SIt was offi cially announced after a conference at the White House that the contract for building the Panama canal would be awarded to William J Oliver who with Anson M Bang was the lowest bidder In the recent competition provided that within the next 10 days he associates himself with at least two independent constructors whose skill and experience combined with his own shall cover the entire field of the work to be performed under the con tract Mr Oliver resides at Knoxville Tenn- Powerful influences were brought to bear on the president and Secretary Taft to Veject all bids and advertise for new proposals but the president insisted that Mr Oliver should be given a reasonable time in which lo make a satisfactory arrangement to substitute somo other contractor or group of contractors to take the place of Mr Bangs Shaw Suggests Bonded Ports Concord N H Jan 31 Secretary Shaw spoke beforo the New Hamp shire board of trade here on the sub ject of A Foreign Market For Ameri can Labor During the course of his address Secretary Shaw developed an idea of bonded factories on a large scale Ho said Merchandise can now be produced from Imported ma terial in bonded factories It seems to be safe and wise to carry the logic of this provision one step further and have bonded or free ports Suppose instead of a bonded factory we bond a welldefined section of land contain ing say several thousand acres With in this bonded territory all kinds of factories could be entered without pay wont of duty This port should of course contain no dwellings I would allow free coal and every other element of manufacture except labor to be entered free Fuel Situation Desperate Washington Jan 30A telegram received at the Interstate commerce commission from New Rockford N D says that the fuel situation there Is so desperate that the people will bun railroad property in less than 48 hours for fuel The dispatch says The railroad on this branch not making any effort to relieve us Have had no freight this year No mail for 12 days The commission repeated the dispatch to President Elliott of the Northern Pacific railroad and asked him If something could not be done to relieve the situation Cure For Leprosy Havana Jan 26A commission appointed by the government has rewor ed that Dr Matias Duque who Is IIn charge of the hospital for contagious diseases probably has discovered a cure for leprosy Two lepers wt r turned over to the doctor Severn years ago and now these person + have no exterior traces of the disease and are gaining in weight Several other cases are in various stases of Improvement Dr Duques experi ments have been along tho line ol what he terms tho red mangrove tree treatment Will Succeed Wood Washington Fob llt was an nounced at tho war department thu it had been finally decided to plac Major General John Weston now h li command of the department of Luzon In command of the Philippine division upon the relief from that duty of Ma Jor General Leonard Wood Genera Wood is to take command of the At lantic division with headquarters a Governors Island about July 1 next unless Lieutenant General MacArthur decides to surrender his present com mind at San Francisco for that post Jail Dynamited Prisoners Escape ElI Paso Tex Jan 31 Twenty three Mexican revolutionists under sentences of Imprisonment to five to eight years were released from jail at Monterey Mexico by sympathizers A letter received hero by a member I of a local junta tells of the escape Tho jail was dynamited tearing away a portion of the wall and through the opening tho prisoners escaped They were to have been taken to Mexico City the noxt day Fatal Fire Lowell Mass Jan 29 K Hyde lost his life anil many others had par row escapes In a tIre which partially destroyed a fourstory structure I known as the Card building and occu pied by a dozen firms Several per sons wero taken from the thirdstory windows by the firemen and Jwo were rescued while hanging from the coping of the building Buffalo Bests a Bull El Paso Tex Jan 28Tea thou sand persons gathered at the Juarez Plaza do Torres to witness a fight between a buffalo and a bull in which the buffalo was the victor During the preliminary bullfights Compleo a mat ador was tossed over tho fence by a bull which then jumped the fence landing on the matador who was seri ously Injured Fishermen On an Ice Floe Riga Russia Jan 30Fourteen fishermen drifted out into the Gulf of Riga on an Ice floe They were fishing when the ice broke and they suddenly found themselves being blown out to sea by a strong wind Steamers went out in search of the fishermen Abolishes State Dispensary Columbia S C Jan 31The house of representatives by ft vote of 74 to 48 passed a bill abolishing tho state dispensary Tho senate is committed to the same policy by a majority of three votes so that the dispensary Bceiris to be doomed o Cn a 000000000000000000000000 Grippe or Influenza whichever you like to call it is one of the most weakening 0 diseases known 0 Scott J Emulsion which is Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily die gested form is the greatest strengthbuilder known to medicalscience It is so easily digested that it sinks into the system making new blood and new fat andstrengthening nerves and muscles 2Use Scoffs Emulsion after Influenza Invaluable for Coughs and Colds 0ALL DRUCCISTS 50c AND 100 O O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO rwrwwJLIuPM1MfwuwliwuwN THE RRECKENRIDGE NEWS And The LOUISVILLE DAILY HERALD One Year For 200 JJBoth ft A fIVI W H HOWMEII President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LimiTroOT VlctPresldent CIIAS KILLMAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by tho very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited sii4MlAii iHtl tlfiy9N lNNeu PAIN Pain In tho head pain anywhere bans cause Pain Iieoncpstlon pain la blood pressure nothing else usually At ileatt so says Dr Shoop and to provo It he has created n little pink tablet That tablet called Dr Shoopf Headache TaW t coaxes blood pressure away front pain centers Us effect clmrmlnR pleasingly delightful Gently though safely it surely equalizes the blood circu lation II you havo a headache Its blood pressure- If Its painful periods with women stuns cause If you are sleepless restless nervous Its blood connection blood pressure That surely is a certainty for Dr Fhoopg Headache Tablets stop It In 20 minute and the tablet simply distribute the unnatural blood pressure Bruise your finger and dousnt It get red and swell and pain rouT 01 course It does Its con rcstlon blood pressure Youll find it whero pain I Is always Its simply Common Sente We suit at 2S cents and cheerfully recommend Dr SHoops HeadacheTablets TabletsSEVERS CO YouLook I LookYellow The trouble is your livers sick One of its products bile is overflowing into your blood You cant digest your food your appetite is poor you suffer dreadfully from head ache stomachache dizzi ness malaria constipation etc What you need is not a dose of salts cathartic water or pills but a liver to- nicBedfords BlackDraught This great medicine nets gently on the sick liver It purifies the blood renews thenppetlte feeds the nerves clears the brain and cures consti pation It is a true medicine for sick liver and kidneys and regulates all the digestive functions Try it At all dealer in medicines In 2Sc packages M LOUISVILLE EVANSVillE PACKET CO- uScoaroRATEDt Fast MailacdPasBenger Line between Louisville and Evans vile- Steamers= TarasconTell Leave Touisvllle Monday Wedne day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a w Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m PS8EUfUticketsrents v delivered quicker tbet b- rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 176 Clovorport to Evansville 176 Cloverport to Owensboro 76 Splendid accommodations for steel General Office 1M150I58 4th at Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and P A GEOH WILSON Snot L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND Clovfrt1ortOJrrlve st JdiMlllc i tAM NoIUYUyMal1lnu Kxprossloaves verport 42 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1296 JD Truln oIH Dully tustmalloavPli CKi verport 448 p in stops at nil wy stations east of Clovnrport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 735 p m Clovcrportaccommoelation WEST BOUND DatlyCiovorportaccommodationleaves ville 900 am expressIeavosCloverHawcsville Cewtsport Mateo Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 143 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p tn Stops at all stations No 145 dally St Louis fast train leavcsClo rerport 1111 PM arrives Evansville 135 A- lit St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansvlllo Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 146 between Louisville aLd St Louis Fordsvillc Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 daily except Sunday icitves Fords vlll e430 n raves Irvington 840 a lu Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves FQrdsvUle 320 Q m arrives Irvlncton bm- p m Train No6 Sunday only Fordf vlllo630 a m Irvington 803 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday loaves Irvington 650 am arrives Foidsvlllo 545 pmTrain No5 Dally leaves Irvlngton C50 mi arrlvcsFordgvllleD Sp m RodolFo Indigestion sour stomach palpitationthe heart Digests what you eat Tfeu H AVOID Wi- eINTERNAL WRONGS ALUM r Alum food causes 4 stomach disordersIts con ti1 tinued use means permanent dJ injury to health- 4jFollowing j Ii ni the advice of medical iW scientists England and France have 5j passed laws prohibiting its useijj in bread making A IAmerican housewivesf should protect their house r holds against Alums wrongs byalways buying pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking j = Powdern9 Pure Grape Cream oftTartar Powder is to be had for the asking Buy by name I IRoyals BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BARRAGE SONS Publlihlne Co = Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price f100 a year or 9185 if paid at the end otjer = OARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 tats per line Money In advance = Eiamlne the label on your paper If It Is not correct please notify us When ordering a change In the lubscrlbers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 6 1907 s Mr D C Hernon representing the SkinnerRussell Co of Louisville wit be in Hardinsburg all of next week an I I will be pleased to see any parties whoJI J have lumber and timber for sale Mn Robert Wehtherford died at herII home in Harned last week A sweetI womanly woman a devoted wife and mother has passed away I f Alf Taylor the Merchant Prince of Custer and an all around hustler is i Louisville this week selling tobacco He says the road between Custer and Garfield is the worst he ever saw i Muddy and so rough it is impossible to I haul anything over them with any degree I of safety Alf has just moved intoI his new store house and is delighted with the idea of having a bank in his town He thinks it will be a paying institution from the start Hard Luck Why does Baron Hoffman look so dejected lately Havent you heard He married a rich widow not long ago and now a banker has absconded with all her money Meggeudorfer Blatter In Egypt the cat was sacred to the moon And when a cat died Ha master shaved off his eyebrows In sign of II- mdil111n1 A t I i i 1 11 t RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT At a metting of the board of directors of the Bank of Hardinsburg d Trust Co at the bank building in Hardins burg Kentucky on Tuesday the 29t day of January 1907 it was announce i in said meeting that the Hon Lafayette Green a stock holder in said bank andt member of the board of directors hudI died at his home at Falls of Rough Grayson County Kentucky on Mon say the 2Sth day of January 190 On motion of M H Beard the presidents appointed the following committee to prepare suitable resolutions on the death of Mr Green viz G W Beard Dr A ML Kincheloe and Morris Esk ridge The committee reported the following resolutions which were ad doptedWhereas This board of directors has heard with profound regret of the death of Hon Lafayette Green a stockholder directorsdwhich occured at his home at Falls of Rough Kentucky on Monday January 28th 1907 therefore Resolved That in the death of Mr Green his family has lost a loving kind and affectionate father adviser and guide that the people with whom he lived daily lone of their most valued friends and neighbors that his county and state one who Ilovedl the people adn vance their interest and welfare and Kentucky one of her best citizens Resolved That The Bank of Hard insburg Trust Co has lost one of its most honored influential and prominent stockholders directors and pro motersResolved That a copy of these resolutions be furnished the family of the deceasedas a token of our respect and rememberance in their affliction Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be furnished each of our county papers for publication- B F Beard President M H Beard Cashier A M Kincheloe G W Beard Morris Eskridge OE19TORxBelli the iUpaturo of ctJBo9 High Water Incidents As the Ohio river has receded from high stage and flood events are now olda order for distribution perhaps some i time remininisceues of some srau scenes during n high rise of 1881 will interesting to some of the readers of News At that time I was a small boj living in Clnciunuti0hiobut remember now some of the scenes that I and others caw I over heard one little boy who was too young to realize the destruct done by the high water say that saw a frame like the sills of a house gc down the river and on the ftamc were some rats running irons one corner to another looking for some way oar escape Another said te saw the r ofa house on top of which was a mewing pitifully to be taktn ashore Am ther saw a barn go down the r1v san lln it was a men thrashing whe Said the man came to the door and whistled Edwin Forbs- Fordsville Ky Nothing will relieve Indigestion that is not a thorough digestant Kodol digests what you eat and Allows the stomach to restrecuperateglow strong again Kodol is a solution of digestive acids and an nearly as possible approximates tho digestive juices tint are found in the stomach Kodol takes the work digestion off the digestive organs at while performing this work itself do greatly assist the stomach to a thorough rest In addition the ingredients of Kodolare such as lo make it a corrective of the highest efficiency and by I action the stomach is restored to normal activity and power Kodol is manufactured in strict conformity with the National Pure Foodand Drugs La Sold by all druggists The Postmasters Report The following a verbatim copy the report made to Postmaster Gener Coitelyou bR newly appointed pos master in a rural district of South Ca lina critter Jorge Cortelyoti president The United States Dear sir been r juired by instructions cf the post office to report quarterly I now fulfill ti pVint rtuy lhv repotting as fdllnr- T lirvctnjf J1a liien going on pnr t srrj MI 11mOt ortht tray+ ur have jj i i fun abcmt rui whett iis hnrdh H avt rllge crop on rollin lans corn is yel e owish and wont cut morn ten booTh o the IIkT the health of the community fVlv tcletaHe met sell And cholrv h lr Urn out in hlx light 2 and a half mil fii w hear than are a p wer waken ou tho subject of religion in the POUR liorhood and triNuy soles are bein made to know than slits forgives Miss iiKHcy Micks a neer anbur ballIt new baby but he is a poor scraggy lint feller and wont live half his day nnd tins is about all i know and have to report the present quarter give my respects to Miss Cortelyou and subscribe myself yours trooly 100 Reward 100 The render of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded dis ease that science has been able to cure In all 1Its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls I w nodCPotarrht being a constitutional disease requires a I i I upo the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system thereby destroying the Inundation of the dlsY ease and giving the patient strength b building up the constitution and asslstln nature In doing Its work The proprietor- have so much faith In Its curative power- that they otter One Hundred Dollars for anyii case that It falls to cure Send for list testimonialsAddress J Cheney k Co Toledo O Sold by all Druggists TSc TakeHalls Family Tills for constlputlon Relics of the San Francisco Disaster Mr B H Wilson of Mattingly has received from his brother Mr C A Wilson of San Francisco several relics of the earthquake and fire in that city several months ago The relics consisted of pieces of coin of all denomina tions a ladies gold watch and other trinkets of considerable value The A fire had melted them almost beyond recognition Piles of people have Piles Why suffer from piles when yon can use DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve and get relief Nothing else so good Beware of imitations See that the name isa stamped on each box Sold by all druggists W E Ii 1 h1i 1 i RADICAL CLEARING SALE I J I = mI Our aggressive and progressive modern merchandising methods pref r sent many moneysaving chances to the trade in the course of the year ir o Ionbut at no date on the CALENDAR can we be as liberal as on the eve of heour SPRING PURCHASE 1 ONLY A FEW DAYS REMAIN m i Iforus to do this hence we will CUT DEEP r easoas to have no LEFT OVERS on hands j IjI We are now having a Clearance Sale of Dress Goods IJ 1 IIFURS FURS riIII Furs going at 33 13 per cent I Prices on these goods range from 75c to 900 orIfII you ever needed Furs you esneed them nowtJI1 f Thisitschance comes but once a year flI You will surely profit by tak ofiilg advantage of these prices- al 425roofI 400 Blankets at 325 250e125 Blankets at 90c IeI 100 blankets at SOc f Deposits CLOAKS IIjJust all areW if patternstat t t 550 at J f1fYI dress yourself children small right IInow Note following IiSuitings 35cIINovelties I20cFlannelettes at1Flannelettes 1 15 per cent discount on air comforts lePjsees range from 90 cents to 175 I the Place and the February 1 1907 jri- w IIRe ngl iOn above date wo will begin our rebate tickets our EBBERT the tiB farm wagon This sale three months beginoing February and ending April 30 DclusiverYou may be the lucky one but not unless you cosh It trial ij If you are successful you save our per cent rebate good for anything handle ir ftj Tne jjFivecentf bargains are being many people fit themselves housekeeping from these coun tens and unless you come soon and often you miss the pick of the tables m Yours very truly ID r l 11B F BEARD jI jlBll Correction In the item in last weeks News lating to the desertion of wife by Payton Eskridge and the subsequent order of delivery issued to his wife the recovery of furniture lie had disposed of the name of John Bishop was used as the brotherinlaw of Eskridge who had purchased some of the furniture Mr Bishop disclaims knowledge of the case and says the name Joe should have been used instead of his liquid cold relief with a laxative principle which drives out the cold through a copious action of the bowels and a healing principal which lingers in the throat and stops the coughthat is Kenned Laxative Cough Syrup Safe and sure ic its action pleasant to take conforms to National Pure Food and Drug Law Contains no opiates Sold by all druggists First State Bank IRV1NQTON KY W1 PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vice Presiden In H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time 1 C ll jj a few left but W i f 1 choice r t 1250 Cloaks at 850 I 750 Cloaks 475S iI ICloaks 375 r r- iWl rtt irirr t You can and j at cost I I Ii the prices t I tI 50c aL 25c at 18c x I m t 15c Oc lOc at 7 12c 1 = 4 I Date I to issue on of J road JS lasts 1 with 1907 spend your with us is worth a t j not 5 which is we 1 added almost for jjj i Q- h 7 I CO re his for household all of Bishop I L HARDINSBURG i i f KENTUCKY I t jJ ilJl A IJI n aW Cloverport Planing Milli I t Gregory Co Proprietors + Cloverport Kentucky Wo have contractor Jas M Lewis associated withus and buildingsOur workman ship and our prices are reasonable We have several glades of Roofing at prices from 100 to 325 per square y Our best Ruberoid will last as long as the building J THE SUREST WAY TO FOOL A PICKPOCKET + i nAIs to carry a checkbook Dont carry your wad around with you it may getlost or stolen Bank your money and check it out as revuired Nothing like paying your bills by check it gives you a receipt every time Open an ac count with us it will teach you econo my help your credit and protect your tfunds against robbery 1 y BANK OF CLOVERPORT i I I S i- r 7II 7 5I f G rXj i ifV3 itof r- I UP TRAINI1- LHELD I y DEMANDED COAL Tqwn Officers It Is Alleged Held Freight Train By Armed Force Cloverport Needed Coal and City Council It Is ActionhtrAfreight train carrying three car loads of coal was held up by force by the town officers of Cloverport yesterday afternoon for the purpose of relieving tho town of a cot famine which has been immi nontfor several days x Cloverport has been on the verge of a CQR famine and it is said the city couucil at the regular monthly meeting Monday night took suffererss with authority by the City Council to holdup any train carrying coal and demand the crew to leave a sufficient quantity tosupply the needs of tha citizens When the local freight east bound passed through Ctoverporfc yesterday Marshal DeHaven was at the depot and demanded that cars loaded with coal should be cut out here This the conductor refused to do Mr DeHaven it is alleged drew his gun and uncoupled the cars A telegram to headquarters brought the reply that no coal i must be loft at Cloverport under the circumstances Anticipating serious trouble members of the city council quickly gathered at the depot and rescinded the order of the night previous and the train after a delay of about two hours was allowed to proceed Tho cars containing coal wore consigned to Irvington for the use of the railroad company She Breckenridge News Y FEBRUARY 6 1907 IIWEDNESDAiI IA HAPPY HOME Is one where health abounds cnnn011beI With a disordered LIVER there cannot be good blood Li Tutts Pillsrev- ivifyw the torpid LIVER and restore its natural action A healthy LIVER means pure blood n t Pure blood means health Health means happiness Take BO Substitute All Druggists flourrojMrs Ike Myer is the guest of rela tives Call for the Lewisport flour on sale at OConnellsPrestonsells Lewisport flour the best in the nurket I Mr Frank Fraize has returned home from Louisville Mrs Orfilo DeHaven has been visiting I I Mrs Jack Gross Mrs Viola Jackson who has been ill is very much improved now Misses Ree and Martha Willis will en tertain the Girls Club this afternoon I Mrs Chas May has been ill with rheumatism duringthe last threeyeeks In this weeks issue of the News is given a splendid story by John Hendrick f BangsMessrs Silas Hawkins Will Gilbert m and Fred Hawkins of Stephensport rwere here Mon- dayWhy f 1 Refer 4 to Doctors J medicinesJfor them We tell them raboutAyers Cherry Pectoral and they prescribe it for coughs colds bronchitis con I sumption They trust it Then you can afford to trust it Ask your own doctor T5he beat kind of a testimonial yearssti 1 IJladeb7roA7erOOrOwenxac 4 i Wi here no8eoreUI We pnblUh the formula or all our mediolnei I 1t Ayers Pills greatly aid the Cherry Pectoral In breaking up a cold l s e CUTTLEFISH FARMS Where the Queer Creatures Are Cal tlvnttnl to Inc M11hod Does any ono know that cuttlefish are cultivated on farms to be milked These cuttlefish farina are located on the coasts of treat Britain and the fiittleHsh are kept In tauks or ponds to be milked of their Ink The pond or tank 1 U connected with the Nee by a pipe and a thousand or more cnttlos uru kept in a single one They form n mot curious sight as they move about trailing their long arms and staring out of their bulging eyes They are guarded by screens which prevent them from being scared for If they are suddenly frightened they will squirt their milk into the water and It would therefore be lost This fluid or milk Is very valuable and II cuttle will yield about 3 worth u year It Is secreted In a bag which cau be opened and closed at will the cuttle ejecting the fluid to darken the water so that It may escape unseen when attacked The best cuttlefish are procured In China where for some reason or other they Ilroduce the best quality of milk When the farmer considers It oppor tune to milk the cuttles he proceeds by opening the sluices of the pond and gently agitating the water The cut ties then swim around the pond and as soon as one passes through the sluice Is closed The cuttlo passes down a small channel into n basin or metal receptacle and as soon as It is securely tharo the water Is drained off It Is then frightened and at once squirts the tluld from tho bag When It Is exhausted It Is lifted out the mills Is collected and the basin prepared for another MODERN CIVILIZATION Its Complexity Hurry and Worry ShortenIn Our Lives Not long ago while traveling I chanc ed to stop at a village on the ulver Rhine where I found an astonishing number of old people There were a dozen over a hundred years of ago and many from eighty years old up to the century mark yet straight and vigor ous One woman nearly a hundred years old was earning her living by picking hops Her grandchildren were middle aged It was quite wonderful But there was no mystery about It It was merely the effect of a simple life spent largely In the fields with plain diet consisting of a few vegetables and fruits little meat and native beer and wino for beverages Nothing can be more obvious than that the very complexity of our mod ern Civilization Is shortening our lives But of all the evils that afflict us the worst and most destructive are hurry and worry Hurry drives the body ma chine beyond Its capacity while worry racks It Inwardly Of the two worry Is probably the worse This might In depd be called the age of worry Be cause of the Intense nervous strain to which we are subjected wo do vastly more worrying than did our forbears The average man of today Is continual ly surrounded and pursued by phantom troubles which though few of them over materialize Into realities haunt him continually ruining his peace of mind and Injuring his health Reader Mogu1n I Tho News ono year one dollar F I IA CATARRHCURE Elys Cream Balm It quickly absorbed gives Relief al Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects tho diseasmemb- rane It cures Catarrh and drives sway n Cold in the FEVERstores Droitgillis5 Ely Brothers GO Warren Street New York M 1 mDRI m iJrntlntYt fl TAYLOR KEENE 1 it DENTISTS I 1 OF OWEN8BOROI Will be In Cloverport on date announced later 1ti I The Famous Le Roy Plows ate the best selling Plows because they are the BEST Plows that oan be built Made by a strong Company sot in a trust Tested for years in all conditions They Draw Easy They hold easy All wearing parts are CHILLED iron and wear longer than most makes Made by Le Hoy Plow Co Le Roy N Y Sold by Conrad Payne 6 Co Cloverport StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes mad by modern methods Fit guru anteed Moderate prices EX- port tailors employed J H HUNSCIIE Casper May fc Co Oanndtou ins KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH lJr Kings FOR DiscoveryCONSUMPTION Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK No Waiting Here =Just tell us how much Lumber you need Wo have all kinds of Fra ming material choice Poplar and Walnut is ready for you Thats the thing you were unable to get so I quick before Let us have your or der today Your House i Barn or Stable may need repairs I REMEMBER US Seaion Weathorholt Cloverport Ky L Quarterly Conference will be held atI the Methodist church this evening by the presiding elder Rev Hays A weeks treatment for rheumatism andI bladder troubles for 2s cents That iis wbat you get In a small box of DeWitts Kidney aud Badder Pills Nothing else so good for all troubles caused by im pure blood Sold by all druggists Chas Berry returned Sunday to Mt Carmen Ill after a short visit to re I latives You ought to know what you are giving your baby You will know if you use Cascasweet and take the trouble to look at the wrapper Every ingredient is shown there in plain English Caeca sweet is best corrective for the stomachs of babies and children Sold by all druggistr J I + + WantSmJ Advertlsewcntf Inserted under this head at tine cent a word per week Watch sllverlno case large sIze grounJhogend attached Lost either In Cloverport or an Hardlnsburg pike Finder will please re turn to T C Tousey Cloverport and receive reward PricerSSOtlAvenueEvansville andrlherupeutlsIsm etc 3611 pages well bound lrlce2cents DrecVcnrldKO News COR SALE Sly stock of Groceries ind Con- fections1 C k L Sippel Cloverport Ky FOIL SALEOne span three earold mare and one sevenyearold mare MIlcl cows good corn and seed oats Z T Hurdln Holt Ky FOil SALE40000 feet walnut oak and TarIorklrvingtonI uddrelsFOR SALE93 acre farm at a bargain lo KyulrKe DIIndianapolislad mOKIlocal representative to look after renewals and Increase subscription list In Cloverport and vicinity on a salary basis with a con thebusInessnot essential Good opportunity for the right person Address box 59 Station 0 New York- ANTEDTenW men to sell fruit trees Cash in advance weekly W S Ashby I Sons Cloverport Ky FOR SALE A good sewing machine for followingANTED Person at Glordeane Ky to IlreckenrldgoEditor uderseyAlsocheaptorFORSALE An Ideal cash register for Particulars write to The Ilrecken ridge News Cloverport Ky XANTED Ash Logs and Cord MaterIal vvkor Handles Owonsboro Shovel and Tool Co Owensboro Ky FOR SALE Farms Adkisson Bros Cloverport Ky FOIL SALEA tuition certificate In the Green liuslnuss College lireck enrldgo News SALEGold setting worth SJ for 175 Exchange Department orHreckenrfdgv News Cloverpt Ky FOR SALElob acres ot land laying on the milrood near Kirk 100 ages cleared six In woodland Good barn to sere In mrddow SpUndld land for tobacco turn or wluat Price tlSOO rash For turther pitrtlcularK write tln Ilrecktnrldtfi News Cloverport Ky m FOR SALE TING Pretlilell and CutI1nR macldnee 1 and one lot of good laundry machines Also new and etronahand Gas and Uanollni EnglnewMARTIN GAIILE 5163rd Street lvA I 10 CENT I BOTTLE OFi I IIII- works wonders on IIChapped Skin CO t i3 QDiIo JEWELRY- The finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks Silverware Holloware Flatware Musical instruments and findings T C ewis Son Hardinsburg Ky r MEET ME AT NOL- WSValentine II m I St DayII IIFebruary 14 is Nearly Here We have a nice line care c fully selected embracing the comic and high art novelties Or from the sublime to the ridiculous The comics include the Sharp Darts Recent Im Fads and Follies Portraits Trades etc The lace variety comprises a lot of nice ones from a penny up W The Drops and artistic ones will be just the thing for the girl Lastly and the hit of the season is the E1m Valentine Post Cards WE HAVE THEN ALL J C Nolte rBro ICloverport Ky IS3S52S3 Cadick Co GraHewsind r INSTRUCTIVEINTERESTING Correct English flow to Use ItA Monthly AlagtzlM ifcvoWd to the UM of Bngllfh JOSBPIIINB TUKCK I5AKUH Editor Partial Course in Grammar How to Increase Ones Vocabulary The Art of Conversation Shall and Will Should and Would How to Use Them- Pronnnclatons Century Dictionary Correct English in the Home Correct E i gush in the School What to Say and What Not to Say Course In letter Writing end Punctu ationAlphabetic list of Abbreviations Business English forth Business Man Compound Words How to Write Them Studios in English Lilt rature Agents Wanted 1 a Year Send 10 cents for single copy Correct Englsh Evanston III Put Your Money T It will uriw under Jyour own control and crow t l fter than In HMV other 1 H f wiiv Writ fnur treejlit nMil N which if ulwntt holY to Hark KvI M111 4 siftlv Mini IViiiinfly frnn nfiy part of the suiter ViKiv5 ptrrtit i interest ti L seL J J I Sent on Approval Send no Money WE WILL TRUSTYOU 10 DAYS200 HAIR SWITCH Send a lock of and we will mall a 22 Inshort stem fine human hair switch to match If satisfactory remit 200 In ten days Extra shades a little more Inclose 5 cents postage L FASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a necessity in the hygienic care of the I of1emlnlneI germicidal deodorizing and healing I qualities arc extraordinary For sale at Druggists Sample free Address The R Paxton Co Boston Mass Kodo DO YOUR BAKINGfor extra entertaining Not unless you have provided yoursel with a sack ofCADICKS CADICKSGOLD FLOUR If you have never tried it its a good time now Youll get the opinion of your friends If they are enthusiastic in their praises of your delicious bread rolls cakes and pastry remember its due to Cadicks Gold Dust Flour Milling ContentsI Ky3S84thAve u r V t Seed H I loals JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF NOR TERN SEED OATS IOWA SAME KIND AS I HAVE BEEN SELEING HERETO FORE THEY ARE THE FINEST SEED IHAVEEVERHAN DLED COME EAR LY AND GET WHAT YOU WANT BE FORE THEY ARErALL SOLD RSBANDYIrvington i P JI For Sale Duroc Jersey Hogs Narragansett Turkeys Toms 350 Hens 250 S B C Leghorns E P Hardaway R F DNo 1 Irvington Ky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURU KY mWill practice his profession In alt ot thr yM Courts of and adjoining coun ties Special attention given to collectlor road to Once1vei18ankofaliardlnsburgOowts COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and nlpht Rates 1100 per day vv FOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Relieves Indigestion Sour Stomach Belching of Gas Etc fUBfAHtD ONLY AT TH R LABORATORY O- rE C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL For Sele by all Druggists E2 i f r t JEROMJ3 AID TO DOll I District Attorney Not to Make Opening Address In Thaw Trial CHANGES IN JURY MAKEUP Three Men Excused From Further Service Are Soon ReplacedBitter Feeling Develops Among the Law 11yersSensatlons In the Celebrated 1 1Murder Case New York Feb 1Eleven juror3 have been secured in the trial o t Harry K Thaw for the murder o Stanford White 350 talesmen havln been exanllned The jurors accepted are Deming B Smith retired manu facturer Charles Fecke a shlppin agent Henry C Harney a plain dealer George Pfaff 34 a dealer in machinists supplies Malcolm S Fra ser dealer In underwear Charles D Newton a retired railroad official John S Dennee 38 n traveling freight agent Harry C Brearly 35 an adver tising agent Oscar A Pink 48 a salesman Wilbur S Steole CO a man ufacturer Joseph B Bolton 57 a clerk All of the above are married men Five sworn Jurors In all have been excused New York Feb IDistrict Attor ney Jerome announced for the first time that he had decided not to make I the opening address to the jury in the Thaw trial He will turn the task over to his assistant Francis P Gar t van who has had immediate charge of the Thaw case ever since the night of the tragedy Three sworn jurors wore released from further service in the case mak ing five in all summarily excused from J the trial panel during tho last three days In tho case of two of the released i jurors no explanation was Imade on court The third was allowed to go upon a physicians certificate that his life would be Imperiled by the J closo confinement of jury service Threo satisfactory talesmen wore found to replace tho excused JurorsI situationagain 11 men In the jury box the samo number that had beon seated at tho close of Wednesdays session Further chapters may be added to what has already become an un precedented record In criminal pro cedure in New York city There were several conferences of attorneys a i which District Attorney Jerome is said s to have vigorously urged tho release of still another juror now on the panel Thaws counsel however are said to have blocked every effort of the prosecuting officer in this direc tion The disagreement which first developed in Justice Fitzgeralds chambers was resumed In open court at the judges desk twice thereafter and engendered a bitter feeling among the attorneys THREE FIREMEN I Killed by Falling Walls and a Dozen Others Seriously Hurt I Buffalo X Y Jan 29An eight story building at 101107 Seneca street and extending through the block to Carroll street was destroyed by fire A score of firemen were caught under a falling wall while fighting tha fire Three are still burled in tho ruins and there is no hope of rescuing them alive Twelve others were injured six seriously The missing William 7 Naughton a lieutenant John R Hlnkey fireman Stephen J Megan fireman The seriously injured Cap- talnt Michael A Haggorty John Daly Fireman Elliott Lieutenant J C Mal boy Fireman Pensinger Fireman Ya- rer The financial loss is estimated at 500000 most of which will fall upon the Jewel estate owners of the buildingRoosevelt on ChildLabor Now York Feb IA leUer from President Roosevelt to Mrs Maud Na than president of the Consumers teacup was read at the annual meet- Ing of the league In this city The president approves of the objects of the league which labors to better the condition of working girls and to combat tthe evil of childlabor Mr Roosevelt added There Is much outcry chiefly I think from the beneficiaries of abuses against interference by the aatlonal government with work whlci should be done by the state govern ments I would always rather have the local authorities themselves at tend to any evil and therefore i wmiH rather have the state authorities work eut such reforms when possible buff the atate authorities do not do as they should in matters of such vita Importance to the whole nation as this f childlabor then there will be no choice but for the national government to interfere Ambushed by Indians El Paso Tex Jan 3LA party of Mexicans was ambushed by Yaqul In dians at Suqua Sonora Mexico Sun day Two Mexicans were killed and several wounded Small bodies of Ynquis are roaming over lower So nora attacking Mexican camps and haciendas since the battle with tho Mexican troops Wednesday of last week Laborers Killed by Blast Bristol Va Jan 30 Four alien laborers wore killed and several oth r era injured near Moccasin Gap a few miles from Bristol on the South Western railroad by a blast which tailed to go off promptly All tu men mere working with a railroad con struction force and their names aro tfbt obtainable b I j JJ 7 Jot FORTY MISSING Some Members of Crew of Stranded Vessel Reach the Shore London Fob IThe British steam er Clavering Captain Barton of 300 tons gross outward bound for Japan was blown ashore by a heavy gale a the mouth of the river Tee Lifeboats made efforts to rescue the crew most of whom are Lascars East Indian coolies Some of them were landed but 40 are still unaccounted for The chief officer and two Lascars were drowned through the swamping ofa boat The extreme violence of the gale and the tremendous seas that swept over the vessel compelled the lifeboat men to abandon their efforts According to the latest reports the vessel threatens to break up at any moment and there are still some men clinging to the rigging Foodstuffs In Cold Storage Washington Jan 30 Dr Harvey W Wiley chief of the chemistry bu reau of the department of agriculture and government food expert gave much interesting testimony concern- Ing the deterioration of foodstuffs in eold storage before the hduse commit tee on agriculture whose hearings on the agricultural bill have just been made public Two cold storage warehouses are at Dr Wileys disposal In Washington and he gave the results he has attained by experiments with all sorts of foodstuffs Milk begins to deteriorate right away and so does cream said Dr Wiley Eggs also begin to deteriorate immediately Fruit is improved and sometimes con tinues to Improve for three months Meat Improves up to about six or eight weeks But after three months for meat you can see that it has reached the maximum and then it begins to go down I do not care how hard It Is frozen Johnson Indictment Dismissed Columbus 0 Jan 31Judge Evans of common pleas court sustained the demurrer to the indictment against John W Johnson state printer Tho indictment charged Johnson with hav ing attempted to influence the circuit court in the ouster suit brought against him by former Supervisor Mark Slater by writing a letter to the court assailing Slater John son held the Indictment was Aulty because it did not show that the letter was sent to the Judges and further that it did not show that the letter had been written by Johnson Instead of the party by the name of E T Ryan who had signed It He also held that the Indictment failed to show that any crime had been committed Judge Evans in his decision found these faults in the indictment Until Mr Johnson is reindicted the case Is now droppedFire Baldwin Locomotive Works Philadelphia Jan 30Flre which started with an explosion in the paint shop destroyed one entire section of the big Baldwin locomotive works en tailing a loss of 1000000 About 1000 men were employed in tho building burned which was five stories high The fire was discovered In the east end of the building and though the flames spread quickly all the workmen were ablo to get out of the building safely Shortly after tho fire started the upper portion of the wall on Spring Garden street fell Into the street and one fireman and three workmen were caught by the falling bricks but fortunately received only slight Injuries The Baldwin locomo tine works is the largest industrial plant In tho United States and em ploys 18000 men In this city Pursuing Lottery Agents Washington Feb IAs the result of a conference at the department of justice it was decided to take steps designed to put an end to tho opera tions of the Honduras National Lottery company in this country Assist ant Attorney Gpne al Cooloy an nounced that indictments would at once be returned against agents and employee of the company in Boston Mobile and Wilmington Del as are sult of recent raids in theso three cities in which a large number of the lottery tickets were seized and agents of the company arrested Couple Charged With Murder Mount Gilead 0 Jan 29Lou Bbl yard and wife Grace Bolynrd were arrested and are In tho county jail hero charged with the murder of Charles Westbrook at Cardlngton March 17 1904 Westbrook was a welltodo farmer living near Ashley Ho sold his farm and went to Card Ington March 17 1904 and was last seen in Hugh Lissies saloon there that night The body was found in the river two weeks later near Card Ington Lou Bolyard was working as bartender at Llssies saloon at that time Girl Bound by Burglars Now Cumberland W Va Jan 3Q Unconscious bound gagged and tied to a chair Nellie Campbell chief operator at the local telephone exchange was found nearly dead at her home She has not yet rallied sufficiently to tell who her assailants were and It is still doubtful whether she will recover Apparently the girls assailants were burglars who after assaulting her tied and gagged her and then ransacked the house taking several artl cles of value To Probe Cotton Exchange Washington Fob 1A subcommittee of five members of the house com mittee on interstate and foreign com morce decided by unanimous vote to recommend to the full committee that- a favorable report bo made on the Llv ngstono resolution providing for an investigation of the New York Cotton Exchange by the department of comII ierc 9 and labor KILLED BY EXPLOSION Another Mine Horror This Time In West Virginia Wilds EIGHTY MEN WERE CAUGHT Explosion was Something Terrific and No Doubt Exists That the Colliery Was WreckedNo Possible Way to Reach the Victims Until New Cage Can Be Built- Charleston W Va Jan 30With- a detonation heard for miles and which hurled debris hundreds of feet into the air dust exploded in the Stuart mine near Fayetteville bring ing a terrible death to the 80 or more men who were at work more than 500 feet below the surface There is no chance that any of the men will be taken out alive for it is thought that the terrific force of the explosion snuffed out their lives instantly- It will not be possible for the res ethers to reach the bottom of the shaft until within 48 hours The disaster is perhaps the worst in the number killed in the history of this state Most of the men were Americans and many of them were married and had large families There were a dozen or more colored men and 15 or more aliens The rescue work was com menced as soon as the wrecked parts of the shaft house could be repaired About two hours after the explosion three men were lowered into the shaft In an improvised bucket Before descending 60 feet two of the men were overcome with foul air and the third was barely able to give the signal to their comrades at the top All further attempts were abandoned for the time and the work of bratticing the shaft was commenced The mine is owned by Samuel Dix a and associates and is located about six miles from Thurmond on a branch line of the Chesapeake Ohio rail road and within two miles of the Par ral mines which exploded Feb 8 1906 killing 28 men- Ghtarleston W Va Feb 1 The rescue party at the illfated Stuart mine of the White Oak Fuel company succeeded in reaching the bottom of the shaft only to encounter one of the most grewsome sights ever seen in the history of mining operations In this state As nearly as the rescuers could determine the mutilated re mains of at least 30 men were scat tered about among the debris of the wrecked mine access to the entries of which is still attended with the great est danger The mine cage was wreck ed and rendered useless by the explo sion Work on Its repair is being pushed with all possible speed There is no hope that a single occupant of the mine has escaped Estimates vary as to the number In the workings at the time of the explosion but it was certainly not less than 75 and may reach HO A number of bodies later wore brought to the surface Explosion of Firedamp Wheeling W Va Jan 28An ex plosion Saturday evening of firedamp In the Pennsylvania mine of the Pick en branch of the Baltimore Ohio railroad five miles from here killed 12 minors and injured many The five Americans killed were Charles Voser man William Bailey Charles Johnson James Cox and Glen Miles The sevenII other dead were foreigners and theirII names could not be ascertained The explosion was heard for miles Imme diately following the report there was a rush of excited men women and children to the mine The wives of some of the foreigners known to be imprisoned there were frantic I Suit to Recover a Million Lexington Ky Jan 30Through Attorney J A Edge of this city J R Rogers receiver of the Southern Mu i tual and American Reserve bond In vestment companies of Lexington and j Chicago filed suit to recover from 2700 bondholders an amount equalling 1250000 Rogers alleges In his peti tion that the bonds of the company wore unequally and illegally distrib uted by plans of redemption Rogers J also has suits against the directors of the company to recover 3000000 Children Cremated i Charleston W Va Jan 29W11fO t Mrs Joseph Knuckles went to the well a short distance away from her home at Spring Hill her house caught fire and her two children aged three years and one year burned to death Mrs Knuckles looked the door when she went after the water So rapidly I did the fire spread that it was impos j 2 sible to save the children Break In Levee i Memphis Tenn Jan 29The Lux ora Ark town levee broke and the place is flooded water driving rest dents to the second stories of res I dencoa No loss of life is reported The government levee back of Lux ora is still holding and is patrolled byII armed guards All wires are down and BO further particulars are obtainable Levee intact Memphis Tenn Jan 31Reassur ing reports were received as to levee conditions along the Mississippi river IB this district and unless tho predict 1 ed maximum stage of iO feet is ex ceeded levee officials are confident that no serious break will occur as a result of the present rise Boy Strangled to Death Princeton Mo Fob IAt the farm of James Mason near here Fred Brooks 14 hanged himself from a rafter with a log chain for the amuse meat of his playmates but his feet lipped and he strangled to death II + FIREDAMP Explosion Kills More Than a Hundred Men In a Prussian Mine Saarbrueck Germany Jan 29Be tween 150 and 200 men lost their lives by a firedamp explosion in tho Redden coal mine at St Johannon Saar oppposite this city The Reden mine is owned by the Prussian government Nearly a hundred bodies have keen brought to the surface and other corpses are known to be still under ground Only 50 live men up to the present time have been brought out and of these the doctors say at least 35 surely will die as they are fright fully injured through having been hurled against the walls of the gal leries by the force of the explosion An official report says the number of dead can not exceed 160 Immediately after the explosion rescue workers were hurried from all the adjacent nines and boldly entered the R den shaft In great numbers The work of rescue has been greatly hampered by the poisonous gases resulting from tho explosion and by a fierce fire that broke out immediately afterwards Condemns Standard 011 Methods Washington Jan 29 The Inter state commerce commission sent to congress a report of the investigations made by it under the TillmanGillcsplo resolutlonapproved March 7 last con cerning the relations of common car riers by rail to the production and ds tribution of oil The report points out generally the methods by which tho Standard 011 company has built up and perpetuated its monopoly and the relation of transportation agencies to that monopoly It Is assorted that the ruin of Its competitors has been a distinct part of the policy of the Standard 011 company in the pat systematically and persistently pur sued Possession of the pipe lines it is held enables the Standard to abso lutely control the price of crude petra leum and the price which its compet itors in a given locality shall pay It is the opinion of the commission that existing law Is inadequate to cope with the evils complained of It may be come necessary says the report for uprooting of established wrongs anl the prevention of others that the gov ernment shall fix In the first Instance the rates and regulations for the transportation of oil Garage Burned New York Jan 29A loss roughly estimated at threequarters ofa mil lion dollars resulted from a fire which started just before mldnigut ant burned out the garage of the New York Transportation company at Eighth avenue and and West Forty ninth street A charging plant for electric vehicles recently installed at great cost by the owners of the gar age was badly damaged if not ruined and 100 automobiles owned by private parties were rendered worthless Nicholas Vandervoot night watchman in the garage staggered from the Building with his clothing afire and gasping for breath He was seriously burned Flyer Hits Carriage Bellevue 0 Jan 31A Nickel Plate passenger train struck a oar riage at Oakwood containing Mrs Llda Ridenhour and a 13monthsold baby daughter Both were Instantly killed THE MARKETS CHICAGOCattle Common to prl M iteers J4 007 00 cows J2 7503 20 heifers 2 6006 25 bulls 3 004 50 stockers and feeders 2 754 90 Sitre i and LambsSheep S3 00405r lam js 5 757 65 yearlings U 606 60 Calpx 12 758 00 hogs Cholco slilpp 1 hoRS 6 97h7 00 Hght butolieV JG 9214C6 97Mti light mixed JB 906 97 t choice light JS 926 97h packing 6 90 406 95 pigs SS 4006 SO EAST BUFFALO Cattle Shlpplns steers 4 76S 25 export cattle 5 S GOG 10 butcher cattle M 755 25 fat cows 12 E04 50 butts 12 754 50 heifer 3 2535 00 milkers and springers J2S no 4050 00 Sheep nnd Lambs Yoarllnss 6 00G 40 wethers JS 80 8 5 75 mixed 56 006 ewes J4 756G 25 epilog lambs J6 607 80 Calves Best J9 tOff 9 75 HOES Yorkers mediums and heavy J7 1607 20 pigs J7 157 30 PITTSBURGCattle Choice J5 604 6 10 prune J5 B06 75 tidy butchers i4 755 26 iclfers J3 003 75 fat co sand bulls J2 SO 94 25 fresh oows J25 09 50 00 Sheep and Irfimbs Prime weth ers 15 506 75 good mixed J5 205 it lambs J5 007 76 Calves J6 OOOTJ 25 Hogs Heavy hogs J7 067 10 mediums Yorkers and plea S7 1- 5CLEVELANDCattle Prime dryfed J5 KOftS 75 choice fat steers J4 R540 5 25 heifers J3 8504 75 fat cows3 X5 4 15 bulls J3 50 3 4 25 milkers and springer J15 000GO 00 Sheep nnd LambsChoice lambs 7 4007 60 wetn ors J4 755 60 ewes J4 506 00 mixed J4 7505 25 Calves8 50 down Hogs Yorkers J7 557 70 mediums J7 05 heavies J7 05 pigs J7 15 roughs JS 15 6 35 stags J5 0005 2- 5CINCINNATIWheat No 2 red 77 4 0T8V CornNo 2 46V40470 OhsNo 393 Hc RyeNo 24 771c Lard J9 009 10 bulk meats J9 00 Bacon J10 25 Hogs J5 6006 90 Cattle J2 0005 SS Sheep J2 5005 25 Lambs I B07 S- 5BOSTONWool Ohio and Pennsylva nlaXX and above 34034Uo X J2033c No 1 40041c No2 3940o fine un washed 26027CJ delalno washed 370 380 delalno unwashed lOa Kentucky and Indiana combing I blood 3435c TOLEDOWheat 78c corn 45c oats 19o rye 68c cloverseed JS 45 1907 FEBRUARY 1907 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa I 12 3456789110 III 12 13 14115 1C 17 18 19 20 21 222 2425262728 t J J Dortt Suffer allnl ht longs from toothache w i neur llai or rheumatism Slqeovrs Lixvinveivt j r kills the pain r quiets theInerves and induces sleeptt tl UI At all dealers Price 25c 50c bHOO h al Dr Earl S SloAn BostotMaLSSUSA tcrl t C- It ct ffGentlemens Dress Shoes Labor statistics show that we pay the Louisbecauseship there is This means that we get our pick of I a the best workersand we find that the best is the cheapest in the end n The combination of the finest workmanship with the ideal assorting t4 and grading of leather made possible by our making many classes ofnshoes hu resulted in our making more line shoes than any othertHouse in the West It In our dress shoes from 350 to 600 you will find the leather of theefinest texture the lasts the very latest and best fitting and thetI- t workmanship the highest grade x fc qkej3lweClffooJJilli tp WE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN ANY OTHER HOUSEINTHE WfST t s IIr + i THE II t IThe most centrally located ard onlyaI Ilrstclassboteltn tbe cltytnaklBg ItFifth Avenue 200 rate s I Only one block from the prlnclpa K I and two locks troll j 1 H 0Tisboppingl6istrict 4 i I Streetcars pass the door to all pare X 1 ot the city K I I i i l l X i t f jandicleanj c h I llIlJ 4 u t 4 4 u- t The Bank of Hardinsburg r and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000 1 I B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier I PAUl CUMPTCN Assistant Cashier I DIRECTORS Morris Ealuiilge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F BeardADr A M incheloe D S Richardson I Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity AdminisIIiiIntrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or y NNI 000 0 0000 N N NNNN00 0 ON000OOON F i I1 t N mSS SiS BSS D hestim r Florida and Cubari r The Winter Playgroundk I Easily and Quickly Reached Via the RailwayAndf and convenient schedules comfortable Pullman Equip Dining Car Service Attractive tours through Florida iiFast a delightful sea voyage to Havana Cuba Key West goingmvice versa with topover privileg es Florida Special H in service again beginning January 7th Solid irain with latest Pullman equipment to Jacksonville and St Augustine without change Florida Limited now on daily TerritoryandSoutheastandMarch For Illustrated Literature Rates and rgssanyC H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent lOUISVILLE KY J F LOGAN Traveling Pass Agent Lexington Ky J C BEAM Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOUIS R c C L lIIrje I H4t+H++ H Hik Partners of i the Tide14 0 By tI JOSEPH C LINCOLN IlAuthor of Ctpn Inl Z Copyright 1905 by A S Barnes Co j- i t i to 4 01 + ot f t tilt + + 240 + CHAPTER vi HE Thomas Doano seen from I the wharf In the faint light of the street lamp was a mere shape of blackness with masts like charcoal marks against the sky and a tangle of ropes running up to meet them The windows of tho after deckhouse were Illuminated however and as Bradley and the cap thin stepped from the wharf to tho- r n and from that to tho deck a man came up the companionway from tho cabin and touched his bat Howdy cnpnr he said Glad to lee you back Everything runnln smooth down home Yup answered the skipper smooth as a smelt Hows It here Shipshape was tho reply Brad he said this is Mr Bailey the first mate Hell be your boss nept to me after tomorrer Mr Baile-ys tins Is a new hand He hasnt exact ly shipped yet so you neednt break him in tonight unless your conscience troubles you too much The mate held out a band like n ham oyered with red sole leather andb tteartullyt In the secII I ItIto bunk forward with tho crew The next morning the captain took him up to a store on Commercial street where a sailors bag was purchased for so the skipper said nobody but a land lubber took o trunk to sea It must bo either a chest or a bag and the chest would come later on Bradley trans ferred such of his belongings as the captain deemed necessary from the trunk to the bag and tho trunk Itself was stored in tho wharfingers office until Its owner should call for It some time In the future The second mate a thin young man with hair and face both a flaming red came on board In tho morning and the crew were already there Then a tug took the Thomas Doano in tow and pulled her out of the dock and around to another wharf where she was to receive her cargo of lumber And from the moment when the tugs hawser was attached Bradley began to realized what Captain Titcomb had meant by some advice which he gave stand by to lake nIghtlrope or You boy git a bucket and swab up that mess on tho deck Live ly Dyou hear The cook was a little Portugu se and ho delighted to haze his new assistant so when at 0 oclock or so Bradley tumbled Into his bunk In the smoke reeking focastle he was tired enough to drop asleep oven in the midst of yarns and pro J faulty j The lumber in the hold and on tho decks was at last on board and one morning the schooner with all sail I set passed Mlnots light bound for iSXew York The afternoon of that day was a dismal experience for Bradley The Thomas Doane was heavily load 1and she swashed and wallowed through the good sized waves with a motloa so entirely different from that ot the catboats which the boy had been used to that ho was most heartily and seasickI and homesickness were forgotten on the day of the wonderful sell through Long Island sound KThCy passed schooners of all shapes land sizes loaded till the decks were scarcely nflove water or running light and high In ballast Sharp nosed rechooners with lines like those of a yacht and clumsy old tubs with dirty sails with patches varying from new Bybite to a dingy gray plastered all Ever them K Night and they were fast to a big wharf with lights all about them Ights piled row after row up to meet Hhe tars lights fringing the river or moving up and down and across it + Ilgnta in the arching curve of tho ridge that Bradley had seen so often In pictures whistles sounding bells ringing distant shoutings and the nev- r ceasing undercurrent of hum and fear that Is New York breathing steady and regularly On tho following morning Captain ftitcomb left the schooner and after an sharpedthough tho wharf signs shouted In Inch letters that no smoking was owed and who said little but look l a great deal Bradley learned from 7 5 cook who had been along the war- front and having fallen In with he friends was mellow and Inclin to be confidential that the sharp d man was Mr Williams the I liof member of tho firm that owned Thomas Doane and half a dozen ler coasters ir Williams and tho captain bad a g conversation In the cabin and er it was over the skIpperwas a bit t of temper and his orders wore un ally crisp and sharp a one memorable evening tho cap n having previously whispered t- otdley to put qn his Sunday togs 1 it the boy on an errand to a cigar of fe near tho wharf and told him to i Mthere for further orders In a while ho himself camo into the k t j commanded Bradley to lay w Ide and gay nothing and the r L Krtt11 emraflaOm Ajtv to t7 V 3e eievated rrorsw titl6n Then they rode uptown had n six course dinner In a marvelous restaurant where an orchestra played while you ate tins then wont to the theater to see n play called The Oreat Metrop olis It was all real to Bradley and he thrilled wept and laughed alter natelyOn the way down in the elevated he said with n whimsical smile Brad I callate If tile old maids knew I took you to the theater theyd think you was slldln a greased pole to perdition wouldnt they Bradley smiled also as he answered No sir I guess theyd think if you did It twas all right Captain Tltcomb grinned but he made no comment on the reply All he said was Well Orhams Orham and New Yorks New York and the way things looks depends conslderble on which end of the spyglass you squint through Anyhow prapj youd better not put this cruise down In the logBut Bradley did put It down In the logthat Is to say ho wrote a full ac count of this the greatest evening of his life In his next letter to the sisters Ills habit of scrupulous honesty still clung to him and he did not evade or cover up If he did a thing It was done because he thought It right and other considerations counted for little Occasions like the theater trip were few and far apart Fr the most part Captain Tltcomb was skipper and Bradley was the hand With ever voyage sometimes to Portland to Portsmouth to Boston and of course to New York the boy learned new things about his chief officer and to understand hintbetter lie learned why it was that the cap tain received so many presents and was considered such a slick article Ills acquaintance apiong seafaring men and shipowners was large and he was always ready to do little fa vors Sometimes a captain just In from n foreign cruise had hidden away two or three pieces of silk or Jewelry or even In one case a piano that were Intended for gifts to the folks at home and to the cost of which the custom house duty would be an uncomfortable addition Then Captain Titcomb visit ed that ship purely as a social func tion and when he came away the Jewelry or silk came with him In the piano affair It was bribery pure and simple with the addition of a little bullying of an Inspector who had made a few slips before that the captain knew of Petty smuggling like this Captain Tltcomb did not consider a sin worth worrying about There was a smac of adventure In It and the fun of tak ing chances Then as a bargainer and a driver ot sharp trades with shipping merchants and others the captain was an expert He liked as he said to dicker and besides he was always on the lookout to further the Interests of his owners Looking out for the owners was his hobby and explained in a measure why Williams Bros wore willing to pay him more than they paid their other slippers He was a driver with his crews mud every particle that was In the rickety Thomas Doane he got out of tier He was easy so long as n man obeyed orders but at the slightest hint of mutiny things happened the Thomas Donna passed and re passed Cape Cod on her short voyages and Bradley with every trip learned more of the sea and the seamans life At tho end of hlsvthroo months he went home for n weeks stay but he had already made up his mind to return to the schooner again Captain Titcomb I hind said that he was pleased with him and hinted at a steady rise in wages and promotion later on He was earn ing his living nowIt cost little to live and ho sent home a few dollars to the old maids every now and then Ills first home coming was a great event Tim supper that first night was almost equal In the amount of food on the table to his dinner with tho captain at tho New York restaurant In fact Bradley released from salt Junk and focastlo grub ate so much that he suf fered with tho nightmare and groaned so dismally that tho alarmed sisters pounded on his chamber door and Miss Tempy insisted that what he needed was a doseof Old Dr Thomas Dis covery her newest patent medicIne and a nice hot cup of pepper tea There was no music during tho meal but the old maids talked continuously The hemming and tho shawl Industry were bringing In some money though not yet what Miss Tempy anticipated and they had had a windfall in the shape of A contribution from the Samp son fund Were nil the children father had said the older sister Tho letter said that there was money duo us from the fund and that wo with entitled to so much every year most a hundred dollars Now I knew about tho Sampson thing but I thought twas charity for poor people and Tempy and me have got to llvln1 on charitynot yet I hope But it seems cordIn to tho letters I had from em that tho money blonged to us soISo wo get a check every once In awhile cried Miss Tempy And they knew and wrote Jest at this howII Its miraculous thats what It is raculousl Bradley thought of his conversation with Captain Tltcomb and tho affair did not seem so miraculous but he know the captain would not wish him to explain and so said nothing CHAPTER VII Thomas Doano was at her TE ID Now York and Brad ley now twenty years old and i a sure enough second mate was on her deck watching tho foremast hands clearing up tho coal dust that begrimed everything Tho schooner had carried coal for over a year now andII her latest occupation had notJmnroTed I 1 tier appearance She was ofil e Tigli bo fore and patched nut mended enough and to turn her into a collier seemed n final humiliation Captain Tltcomb had felt It keenly and his disgust was out spoken Well by crlniustee he had ejacu sated when his flatfooted rebellion had been smothered by another raise in salary I used to dream about commandln a Australian clipper some day or nother but I never dreamed that Id come to be skipper of a coal hod and a secondhand rusted out coal hod at that Blessed If It aint enough to make the old mandad I meanturn over In his gravel Come on Brad Lets go to the theater I want to forglt It The captain had another project in his mind a sort of secret hobby he hinted at every little while but never told These hints usually followed a particularly disagreeable trip or when the rickety Thomas Doano behaved even more like n cantankerous old timid than was her wont Then when he and Bradley were alone the captain would wake from n day dream to say Brad I git more and more sick of this beln somebody elses errand boy every mliuitc Sonic of these days Im goln to take u whack at souiethtn dlftrent and I have a notion what twill be too I guess likely I may ask you to come In with me I blleve Its a good notion Tell you bout It sonic dayBut he never did Bradley hind grown tall and broad during his term of cruising He had learned self reliance and his voice hind a masterful ring When ho went back to Orham nowadays the old malls took special delight In hay big him escort them to church and Mss Tempys eyes luring tho sermon woro oftener fixed upon him than upon tho minister Tho money that ho sent the sisters amounted to something now and ho had nn account In the savings bank Now as he stood by the rail with his hands in his pockets he heard a stop on the wharf behind him and turned to see Captain TIteomb Jump from the strlugplcce catch the shroud and swing aboard The captains usually rood natured face had a scowl on It and he was plainly not happy Bradley touched his cap How are things going up at the office he askedPlumb to the devil was the short reply Then glancing up at the young mans face and looking hurriedly away again he added Come aft I want youk dingy cabin the cap thin took a cigar from his pocket bit off the end with a Jerk and smoked in great puffs Bradley waited for him to speak The skippers 111 humor and obvious discontent haul come upon him till afternoon of the day the Thomas Doano reached port and hind grown steadily worse Each morning CItJ tain Tltcomb hind spent at the ofllco of Williams Bros and when ho re turned to the schooner he had done little hut smoke scowl and pace th1 deck The second mate was worried but ha asked no questions Brail said the captain looking nt tho shabby carpet on the cabin floor were goln to have n new unite Bradley was surprised Is Mr Bai Icy going to I lsnvelie naked The old first unite hind boon as much a part of the Thomas Donne as liar main mast x- Theyve given him the Arrow the new schooner lies goln to run lior Why why CnplI Ezra I thought site was promised to you Continued next week CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Si Bears the- Slgnaturo of Soap MN n Medicine When I was a boy said the old man they often made me take a little soap aj a medicine It did me good Soap was proscribed In the village for cramps for sick headache for a half dozen complaints Tho people nd milted that It was a nauseous dose but on the other hand they pointed to Its efllcacy When I was taken down my mother would cut from the cake of yellow soap In the kitchen a chunk about us big as a chestnut Now sonny she would say SWK ler this and shed hold tho yellow morsel In thumb and forefinger close to fiiy lipsId begin to whimper The smell of It and the Idea of the lather that would form In my mouththe lather Id have to swallowwould fill me with despair But my mother was inexorable With stiff lips Id take the soap Into my mouth Id chew the soft and slippery stuff n little and then with a groan and a dreadful gulp Id swallow It HorrorsSHorrorsI said the old man smiling can still taste those doses of soap 11 boyhood were so common in the village In To stop a Cold with Preventlcs is safer than to let it run and cure it after wards Taken at the sneeze stage Preventlcs will head off all colds and Grippe and prehaps save you from Pneu moniaor Bronchitis Preventics are little toothsome candy cold cure tablets selling in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes If you ate chilly if you begin to sneeze try Preyentics They will surely check the cold and please youI Sold by Severs Drug Company If there is anything you want in Har ness call at Babbages in Oelzes big etore Ic n Man According to the order of nature men being equal their common voca tion is the profession of humanity and whoever Is well educated to discharge the duty of a man cannot be badly prepared to fill any of those of fices that have relation to him It matters little to me whether my pupil bo designed for the army the pulpit or the bar Nature has destined us to the offices of human life antecedent to our destination concerning society To Jive Is the profession I would teach him When I have done with him It Is true he will be neither a soldier a lawyer nor a divine Let him first be n man Fortune may remove him from one rank to another as the pleases He will always be found In his place Rousseau lint In Parliament- A meuiber of parliament must never stand up with his hat on even if he has only risen to speak to tho man be hind him Coming In going out or speechifying he Is always hatless and he IIs sometimes hatless when sitting down Thus If the speaker mentions a bill time member Is responsible for he lifts Iii hat It his name Is mentioned In n speech he lifts his hat Even If ho happens at those times to be bare headed he must seize a hat put It on then lift it- Tobacco Smoke and Flower A remarkable effect of tobacco smoke on tho color of flowers may be seen in the case of the field scnbla named botanically Knavtla arvensls so frequently on the bills and com mons from August till October If its purplish blue blossoms which form nearly globose herds are held In the smoke of tobacco their color will soon turn to a bright green aLs ut the same color R3 the loaves Exchange Tho Dangerous Pnrt See here feebly complained the victim after tho accident I thought you said it was perfectly eafo to go up In that old elevator Well replied the elevator man so It was safo to go up You see the dan gerous part of It was com In down Philadelphia Press A Good Patient First Physician Has bo got an hereditary trouble Second Physician Yes I hope to hand his case down to my son Harpers Bazar It Is well for one to know more than he saysPlautus- MRS SARAH Jt WINDROM Mrs Sarah J Wind rom of Chicago cousin of Zachary Taylor twelfth president of tho United States and grandnleco of Alexander Hamilton who signed the Declaration of lade pendence says Vlnol Is a Godsend to old people I am 76 years old but have a hearty appetite sleep soundly and feel ac tive and well today thanks to Vinol When I was young cod liver oil was dispensed in n greasy unpalatable form and It fairly gagged mo to get it down Vinol Is entirely different very palatable and nourishing to im poverished blood ft Is tho finest tonic and strength creator I ever used In my life preparntlon been eliminated and tonic iron added Try Vlnol on our guarantee Severs Drug Co RobbingYourself That is just what you are doing when you fail to get reg ular and sufficient sleep Your body requires this unconscious period for repair work with out it your nerve energy be comes exhausted and you are tired wornout nervous ex citable have headache neu appetite by a lack of nerve force Make it your business to sleep If you are restless take Dr Miles Nervine it soothes and strengthens the nerves and brings sweet refreshing lifegiving sleep and gives the organs power to work natur ally Try it today Z had a severe spell of fever which left me In II very weak conditIon and very nervous I had severe spells or headache and neuralgia and could sleep but very little Every effort that was made to recover my strength was of no avail unUl I began taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervine After I commenced to take tho Nervine my sleep was profound and restful and the pains In my head as well as tho neuralgia pains left me to a certala extent and I grew gradually better MRS m Jii1 OILIIERTRON 821 Berylan Avo Belvidere Ins Dr Mlles Nervine It sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind I similating AVcgclable ihcToodandliegula Preparation forAs Iling iheStamflchs andBowels of EromotesDrgesllonChcerrul ness andRestContalns neither qpnimjMorptune nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC Staff AOl IrSAMlZZP- J1r1lEllIJifnlJ Apcrfect Remedy for Constipa tion Sour StomachDiarrhbca WormsConvulsionsFcvcrish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of tfNEW YORK EXACT COpy OF WRAPPED I Normal HARDINSBURG COLLEGIATE Department H COURSES State and CATALOGUI3CASTORIA Preparatory and I Latin Beginning Greek Literature Specialties IIEnter at any tinge in any of the I in advance money refunded in case of sickness for a period of one week For or more ANDREW DRISKELL Or H D = r GOOD Read BOARD AT u You will need the Stock we are more teams Get it now it is Three Horses will sell worth the One Bay Mare a good one in One Bay Mare blind in one eye One Pair coming twoyearold One Pair coming threeyearold One Pair fouryearold Mules One Pair aged Mules Wagon and We still have the Jack and BeardJI u write at H once THE FINEST Ever Issued by a commercial school will be sent upon request to teachers and others who are Interested In a Commercial and Shorthand education Our catalogue contains 68 pares six by rune Inches IIt Is printed on the lineal of plate pap r handsomely bound with em bossed cover and beautifully Illustrated with photos of thIS bulIdlnlr faculty Interior views specimens of Penmanship Shorthand etc It also contains halltone Illustrations of the leading buildings of Louisville and many r charming scenes from the world famed parks that surround our beautiful city It tells why It Is better for YOU to attend school In Louisville than elsewhere This book will enable you to decide between good and worthless commercial schools Send for a free copy today BRYANT Si STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOllslII Ky TROS W DRYDEN President QEOW SCHWARTZ See and Trees t V 12Ai k s Sfef t I I 111 J terL BEWLEYVILLE 1 Storing Ice For the Summer Sea sonOther News Notes of a Local Nature l Ii l Bewleyville KySeveral people put t I up ice the first of the week Masena Anderson went to Louisville Monday to look for work Mrs W G Hardaway West Point was the guest of her sister Mrs H I Snyder last Monday night Frank Snyder formerly of Texas but now of Daviess county Ky is here visiting his father James Snyder- C H Blanford and H I Snyder were at Hardinsburg Wednesday on business Sam Gross who has been in California j and Texas for the past year came home Friday He will probably re main in Kentucky this year Miss Beulah Payne closed her school at Spires last Friday- G E Drury has returned from Cus ter While there he purchased a fine 4 horse from Henry Trent consideration 175Howard Pate came out frcm Iving ton Saturday to spend the winter with grandparentsWill moved into the prop erty recently vacated by G P Paul Emmett Jordan and Albert Smith of Hill Grove attended church here Sun dayMiss Diva Fontaine attended church here Sunday and was the guest of Mrs C D Hardaway News was received here Friday of the death of Mrs Frank Hardaway who died in Atlanta Ga while en route to Cuba The Quarterly meeting in this circuit will be held at Irvington on February 6 and 7 Always to be Depended Upon When a person gets up in the morning with a dull headache and a tired stretchy feeling it is an almost certain Indication that the liver or bowels or both are decidedly out of order At such times Nature the wisest and best of all dOCors takes this means to give warning that she needs the help and gentle assistance which can best be obtained from that old family remedy Brandreths Pills which has been in u etI for over a century They are the same fine laxative tonic pill your grandparents used when doc tors were few and far between and when people had to have a remedy that could absolutely be deJcodtll upon Brandretus Pills can be depended up on and are sold in every drugand medicine store either plain or sugar coated Mrs Doc Hardesty of Flaherty who 1 hits been visiting her parents near Rho della returned home MundayII I Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin disease ed hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores sciofula eczema Itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm l1i B ll Soon all sores heal aches anti pains stop and the blood I is made pure and rich Druggists or bJJ express f1 per large bottle IIl bottles for 1250 or G bottles forfO 00 Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta GaI B BB is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases as it cures after all else fallsIIr Chas Wagoner left Saturday forMt Carmen 111 Mrs Wagoner will leave for that city this week Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor one and cheerfulness soon disappear the kid neys are out of or trouble has become so prevalent that It Is not uncommon for to be born afflicted with kid neys If the urin ates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or If the child I reaches an age It should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon it the cause of i the difficulty U kidney trouble and the first i 1 step should be towards the treatment of Important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a Diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are mis erable with kidney and bladder troubles and both need the same great remedy The mild and the Immediate effect of Is soon realized It Is sold druggists In fifty I Iby and dollar le You may have mlll a when order diseasedKidney a child weak child when when these made SwampRoot I free Ialso pamphlet tell now errIng all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters receivedi from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer tit Co Binghamton N Y be sure and r mention this paper Dont mako any mUtakoibnt remember the- ya y Same SwampBoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Blnghamlon N Y r it 0a overt bottle II GIRL BABYS l e- I AWfUL ECZEMA Sight of Eye Destroyed by Disease Tried Five Doctors but Grew WorseIq Agony Eight Months Parents Discouraged Until They Tried Cuticum Remedies IN ONE WEEK ALL SORES DISAPPEARED S Our little girl one year and a half old was taken with eczema or that was what the doctor said it was We called in the family doctor and ho gave some tablets and said sho would bo all right in a few days The eczema grow worse and we clled In doctor No2 Ho said she was teething as soon as the teeth were through stn would be nil right But she still grow worse Doc tor No 3 said it was eczema By this time she was nothing but a yellow greenish sore Well ho said ho could help her so we let him try it about a week One morning we discovered a little yellow pimple on one of her eyes Of course we phoned for doctor No3 Ho came over and looked her over and said that ho could not do any thing more for her that wo had better take her to some eye specialist since it was an ulcer So we went to Oswego to doctor No4 and ho said tho eye sight was gone but that ho could help it We thought wo would try doctor No 5 Well that proved the same only ho charged S10 more than doctor No4 We were nearly discouraged I saw one of tho Cuticura advertisements in the paper and thought wo would try the Cuticura Treatment so I went and purchased a set of Cuticura Remedies which cost me SI and in three days our daughter who had been sick about eight months showed great Improvement and in one week all sores had dis appeared Of course it could not restore the eyesight but if wo had used Cuticura in time I am confident that it would have saved the eye Wo think there is po remedy so good for any skin trouble or impurity of tho blood us Cuticura Mr and Mrs Frank Abbott R F D No9 Fulton Oswego Co N Y August 17 1000 Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor or Infants Children nnd Adults consists or Cuticura Soap 25e to Cleanse the SkIn Cuticura Ointment SOc to Heal tho Skin and Cuticura Kraol vrnt SOc tn the form of ChOCO Ute Coated rills 25c per vial of GO to Purify the Blood Sold throughout the world Potter Drue A Chem Corp Sole Props nnnton Man TMailed Free On Humors ot Skin and Scup Dr A E Popham of Uniontown Ky has been visiting his parents Mr Mrs M F Popham of this city I A Healing Gospel The Rev J C Warren pastor of Sharon Baptist Church Beliar Ga says of Electirc BitterslIts a godsend to mankind It cured me of lame back stiff joints and complete physical col lapse I was so weak it took m= half an hour to walk a mile Two bottles of Electric Hitters have made me strong I have just walked three miles in 50 min utes and feel like walking three more Its mare a new twin of me Greatest revue ly for weakness and all Stomach Livsr and Kidney complaints Sold under guarantee at Severs Drug Co Price sOc I Miss Lillie McGlothan and Miss Eva Herndon of Irvington have been the guests of Rev and Mrs James Lewis Luckiest Man in Arkansas lIm the luckiest man in Arkansas writes H L Stanley of Bruno ince the restoration of my wifes health after five years of continuous coughing and I bleeding from the lungs and I owe my I good fortune to the worlds greatest medicine Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which I know from experience will cure consumption if taken in tune Mywife improvtd with first bottle and twelve bottles completed the cure Cures the worse coughs and colds or monev refunded At Severs Drug Co 50c and 100 Trial bottle fee A new iJlon City probably on the Pacific coast is to be founded by WH her Glenn Vollva and Dr John Alex ander Dowle and his creditors will M left to fight out the question of su premacy at Zion City Ill Mrs John Ade mother of George Ade the playwright died of heart fan ure at Kentland Ind She was born In 1833 near Chevlott O National board for tho promotion of rifle practice decided that this years national match shall be held rd Camp Perry near PutIn Bay 0 and select ed the week beginning Aug 26 for the eventStandard Oil company announced an advance of a quarter of a cent per gallon on all grades of refined oil naphtha and gasoline in barrels Ad vance made owing to the higher price ofbarrelsMiss Wallace is dead Mrs Bertram Schuler Is In a critical condi tion and her husband is seriously ill as a result of Inhaling coal gas in the Shuler home in Newark NJ Gas escaped from range John Glucken a salesman shot and killed Maria Morris in front of her home In Philadelphia then fired two causingIJealous of the woman Mrs Isabella Beecher Hooker 85 sister of Henry Ward Beecher and I Harriet Beecher Stowe died at her home In Hartford Conn New postmasters Indiana T Rudd Butler Amanda Sullivan Garrett G W Patchell Union City- OliloJ A Downs Sclo r FORGAVE MRS SIDDONS SUe Did Not AooordltiK to liar Fa titer Mnrry rot Actor Mrs Slddons the actress was born In 1753 at the Shoulder of Mutton Inn Brecon south Wales of parents con nected with the theater her rather Roger Kemble being a strolling man tiger The child Sarah was reared In a theatrical atmosphere and at ten slit was playing Ariel As she grew up she became very beautiful and had many admirers among whom was Henry Siddons a young actor In her fathers company who had little difficulty In winning the girls heart Mr and Mrs Kemble had made up their minds that Sarah should not marry In the profession In conse quence of which they strenuously op posed the marriage and young Siddons In a fit of retaliatory humor composed a song detailing their opposition and his trials which brought about his speedy dismissal from the company Sarah left the company too and hired out ns ladys maid In AVarwlckshlre for two years During this time the lovers carried on a lively correspondence and finallyS gaining the reluctant consent of the 1 Kembles were married at Trinity church Coventry In 1773 when Sarah was eighteen- It Is sold that Mr Kemble told her if she ever married an actor It would make him discard her forever After her marriage he said I may forgive you without breaking my word for you have certainly not married an actor whatever the gentleman himself may think Is his vocation This Is on authority of Lady Eleanor Butler who 1 know the persons Subscribe for the Louisville Daily Herald and the Breckenridge News Both one year for J2 Piles get quick relief from Dr Shoope Magic Ointment Remember its wads alone for Pjles and it works with cert tainty and satisfaction Itching painii ful protmdingor blind piles disappear like magic by its use Try it and see Sold by Severs Drug Company Morrison Calhoon dentists omceI downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Mr and Mrs Wave Ruff of Owens boro were the guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Pate Sunday CaxwOaXABewi thethe Rind Yon Hate Always Bought Biguaturo of GIGrrt1 Dr Chas Windelkin has returned home from Earlington where he has been visiting relatives The Yellow Fever Germdhas recently been discovered It bears a close resemblance tp the malaria germ To free the system from disease germs the most effective remedy is Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed to cure all diseases due to malaria poison and constipation i 25c at Severe Drug Co If you want to make your wife happy get her a sack of Lcwisport Flour sold in Cloverport by Preston Williams and OConmll Sufferers who say they have tried everything without benefit are the people 1 we are looking for We want them to know from glad experience that Elys Cream Balm will care Cold in theJ Head Hay Fever and the most advanc ed and obstinate forms of Nasal Catarrh This remedy acts directly on the inflame I ed fenstive membranes Cleansing soothing and healing One trial will convince you of its healing power Puce 50c All druggists or mailed byt Ely Bros 56 Warren St New York Miss Nell OBryan of Bowling Green who has been here on a visit to her niece Mrs Isadore Popham has gone to Rhodelia on a visit to her father Mr R A OBryan If you are Constipated dull or bilious or have a sallow lifeless complexion tryff Laxets just once to see what they will do for you Laxets are little toothsome Candy tablets nice to eatntce in effect i No griping no pain Just a gentle laxative effect that is pleasingly desirable 1 Handy for the vest pocket or purse Laxets come to you in beauti lul lithographed metal boxes at 5 centsI and 25 cents Sold by Severs Drug Com pany Read these pricees 7 bars Red Wrapper soap 25c 7 bars Lenox soap 25c 7 cans Bon Bon Baking powder 25c 1 gallon crushed hominy 15c 1 pound navy beans 4c 6 pounds best roasted coffee 1 Cal Hams per pound lOc Babbages The Big Store Croup can positively be stopped in 20 minutes No vomiting nothing to sicken or distress your child A sweet pleasant and safe Syrup called Dr Shoops Croup Cure doe the work and does it quickly Dr Shoops Croup Cure is for Croup alone remember It does not claim to cure a dozen ailments Its for Croup thats all Sold by Severs Drug Company Mr Thomas Lewis the wharfmaster who has been ill is better and able to resume his duties TOE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu1 matic troubles sold by all druggists- or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2020 Olive streett St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky testimonials W = HARDIIMSBURQ Mrs Mary C Ford and daughter Miss Lytle will leave next week for Kokomo Ind where they will visit relativesMrs J Wathenof Irvington was the guest of Mr and Mrs Taylor Beard a few days of last week Claude Mercer went to Cloverport Saturday on legal business B F Beard and Mr and Mrs Wm M Hensley left last week for St Petersburg Florida They were joined- en route by Mrs A S Edelen of Bur gin They will spend the rest of the winter in that state I The Ladies Reading Club was entertained last Thursday by Mrs Joel H Pile At the preceeding meeting Miss Eliza Squires was hostess Hon Charles Blanford find Horace Snider of Bewleyville were in town last Wednesday on a business trip j Mr and Mrs M H Beard Judge Henry DeH Moorman C V Robert andToJ Moore were in Frankfort last week to attend the funeral of Col Lafe Green Roy Moorman has purchased theII house apd lot on the southwest corner of 4th and Main streets The purchase was from the Bank of Hardinsburg I Trust Co and the building was formerly occupied by the Democrat TheJJ consideration was 800 Pool Jarboe Co is the name firm that will shortly commence business here They will occupy the brick building on Main and 4th streets and will handle groceries and run a butcher shop in connection The firm is composed of Virgil P Pool and Arthur Jar J boeJohn H Butler of Mook will move 1 town next month He will engageII in the timber business Mrs George Evans and Mrs PaulII Compton attended the funeral of Mis Robert W Weatherford at Garfield FridayQuarterly Court last Monday Chris Ahl conducted the sale at June Mattinglys last Saturday and high j prices were obtained for every article Mr Mattingly has sold his farm to J James M Kennedy and will move toII Tell City Mrs Blanche Read and Miss Amanda Dean of Glendeane will leave this week for St Petersburg Fla where they will spend the remainder of the winter v T J Moore spent Sunday at Glen dcaneMrs Withers of Elkton is the guest of Mr and Mrs L B Reeves Wade Pile of Mook is here with his brother Joel H Pile under the care of Drs A M and J Eincheloe for an injured arm He is improving W D Blandof West Point was here Sunday visiting friends The pupils in music of Mrs Thos H Withers gave a recital at her home on Main Street Friday evening The pro gram was well arranged and excellent ly rendered A large number of in vied guests were present Mrs Withers and her pupils were the recipitents many congratulations John B Bates and Henry Shrews berry of McQuady were in town Monday on business in the Quarterly Court William Beauchamp was in Louis ville last week on a business trip W S Ball returned home from a trip Louisville Saturday f The board of Supervisors convened at the Court House Monday to hear the complaints of raised taxpayers Miss Jeunie Green of Falls of Rough was the guest of Mr and Mrs M H Beard last week Will Hall has moved into thehouse formerly occupied by John Squires near StephcnsportC has sold 25 acres 1ly- ing in the Western portion of town to John W Elder The consideration was 15jOaA part of the land purchased by the I Breckenridge Fair Association will be old at public auction at time courtjj house door next Monday Feb The portion to be sold iis all that lies the cast side of the rail road track onjj taining 25 acres and includes all improvementsMrs McCubbins of Tell City I I is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs M L KincheloeIPrepare This Yourself For those who have any form of blood disorders whowant newricu bloodand plenty of it try this Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sardaparill a three ouncesShake well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime Any good pharmacy can supply the ingredients at small cost This is the prescription which when made up is called liThe Vegetable Treatment by others the Cyclone Blood Purifier It acts gently and cer tainly does wonders for some people who are sickly weak and out of sorts and la known to relieve serious longstanding cases of rheumatism and chronic backache quickly Make some up and try it A CAROLINA LEGISLATOR W i lion Wm G Hunter Use Peruna As a Family Medicine WHEN a man of undoubted reputa comes out squarely in public print giving unqualified endorsement to a household remedy there must be some thing genuine to account for It lion W G Hunter of North Caro lina wellknown in Washington and throughout the Southern States says of Pernna that he regards It as the greatest family medicine ever discovered He does not hesitate to say that Peruna invigorates and gives fresh strength to mind and body Such testimonials as this ought to make Peruna popular No advertising known to the arts of man no commercial management could ever raise Peruna to such a high stand ard of appreciation aa the frank and un qualified statements of such men Pernna is an PERUNA ideal household Reliable Remedy remedy It wards For Coldsoff colds And re- lievesI catarrh in all Its form and phases By ridding the system of catarrh itI cleanses the body of those conditions which Invite chronic diseases void Affected Head Throat ant Lungs Mr Matthew OHare 145 William St Fall River Mass writes About four years ago I consulted a physician to get relief from a cold which had stopped tip nly head and also settled on my lungs resulting in ca tarrh and also throat difficulties He gave mo some medicine but four months faithful use of the samo did mo no good I then tried other doctors but It was just the same So I decided to try Pernna and after using two bottles my lungs began to heal I did not cough nearly so much and slept better In six months the cough catarrh and throat difficulties were all cured III was pleased with tho result and wish to write you of It Seven bottles of Peruoa cured me A L Hewitt J P West Berlin Vt writes I am happy to be able to write yourlerunaWhen I brough t the firstbottle home I found my wife and daughter both mydnughterwore both cured I am willing to state that Peruna taken in the beginning will cure the wort cold in 24 to 36 hours r MOTHERHOOD Tho first requisite of a good mother is good health and the ex perience of maternity should not be approached without careful physical preparation as a woman who is in good physical condition transmits to her children the blessings of a good constitutionPreparation for healthy maternity Is accomplished by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound which is made from native roots and herbs more successfully than by any other medicine because it gives tone and strength to the entire feminine I W Mnn HON WM Q HUNTER Cough Colds Catarrh i Relieved By Peruna Hon Wm O Hunter exmember North Carolina Legislature writes from the Census Office Building Washington i BC concerning Poruna The greatest family medicine I ever discovered In my opinion which comes from experience as well as observation Is Peruna The most common affliction to human kind Is a bad cold Peruna drives It out of doors wards oft catarrh Invigorates andgives fresh strength to mind and body I give Peruna my unqualified endorsement Mr G W Taylor Clendenin W Va writesI that Pernna Is the greatest tonic that was over put on the market For several years my eyes bothered ma so much Tho pain was so severe some times I would think they would surely burst out of my headII tried Peruna and Atanalln andam today a well man am sure I should have died had it not been for Dr Hart mans wonderful medicine Peruna Such testimony as the above has given Peruna a high standard in the es timation of tho public STERI1ceratlbnresult is less su ring and more children healthy at birth For more than thirty years CompoundhasNotewhatMrs JamesChesterof427 W 35th St New York says in this letterDear Mrs PlnkhamI wish every expectant mother knew about Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound A neighbor who had learned tryItI recovered quickly and am In the best of health now Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is certainly a successful remedy fdr the peculiar weaknesses and ailments of women SeUJIations tlons and Organic Diseases of Women and is invaluable in preparing for Childbirth and during the Change of Life Mrs Pinkhams Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to write Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass Her advice is free a aaOPPORTUNITY A Good Investment I Have for sale Two store housesone new Dwelling house 6 12 acres nice orchardfine fruit Will sell or wfll put in 1 000 cash with a good man to run a general store 5 W N PATE Msxttingly Ky u 11 J