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L THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I I 01ICIRCUIT COURT GOES AFTER CLOVERPORT SALOONKEEPERS i TwentyTwo Indictments Issued Against Latter For Violating Local Option Laws MUST APPEAR IN COURT TODAY TO ANSWER SUMMONS Warrants Served On Defendants Monday NightFirst Action u Like Nature Ever Before Breckenridge Courts i j1 The soloonkeepers of Cloverport have been summoned to appear before the Circuit Court now in sessional Hardinsburg to answer to indictments charging them with selling whisky in local option territory Twentytwo charges have been filed in the Circuit Court and it is to answer these indictments that the proprietors of the saloons in Cloverport have been summoned to Hardinsburg today In a recent contest Judge Weed S Chelf handed down his opinion to the effect that the election resulting in giving saloons a license to operate was Ute gal The whisky people have appealed the case to the higher courts Commonwealths Attorney J R Layman is proceeding against the alleged 1 1violators of local option under section 1241 of the Kentucky statutes It is said that this is the first case where action of a similar nature has ever come before a court in Breckenridge county ALLOWED MORE SPEED Trains No Longer Compelled to Do the Snail Act Through Cloverport At a call meeting of the City Council on Monday night the town ordinance r requiring a speed of six hours by all trains in passing through the corporate linyits of Cloverport was repealed An ordinance allowing a speed of lifteen miles an hour for all passenger trains and twelve miles for freights was passed NOT KNOWN HERE Young Man Named Tile Said To Have Ootained Money Here By Forging Checks Owensboro Ky Feb 15While making application to join the array a young man giving his name as Samuel Tite and claiming to be from Perry county Ind was arrested here this morning on the charge of forgery Tite it is claimed bt the officers who arrested him is wanted in a number of towns along the river between this city p and Louisville where by means of forged checks it is alleged he secured sums of money ranging from 25 to 200 He is wanted the officers say in Cloverport Hawesville Lewisport and several other places ftephensport is the boy man wanted He ti The local bankers arid merchants say that they have cashed no forged checks and the name of Tite is unfamiliar to thftpeople hereabouts I Lenten Services at St- Rose Catholic Church IEvcrr morning during Lent seven oclock mass will be held at the Catholic church in the West End On Sundays the mass is held at 10 a m Friday afternoon The Way of The Cross servicesfollowed by benediction will be observed at three oclock Father Brey fwill announce later the serlHces for Good Friday f Aunt Polly Board Dead Death removed an old citizen of Cloverport on last Saturday when Aunt Polly Board a respected col ored woman passed into the great beyond Aunt Polly was respected by every one and was a relic of ante bellum ffffYS L Corner Drug st r Set f Mr Wm Ditto has sold his drugstore at Brandenburg to Baskett Bewley Mr Dittos place was known u the Corner Drug Stare and is one of the best business stands in that town 0Ai wx OJlll X ifftQla1I 11 r AS OF E- TO MEET Cloverport Lodge No 2 WillI Mett Saturday Afternoon at Hardins School House Oglesby to Speak Cloverport Lodge No2 of the A S of E will meet at Hardins school1 house Saturday afternoon February 23 at 2 oclock to consider the curtailing of the tobacco acreage Mr Ed Og lesby of Cloverport will address the meeting All farmers in this district are urged to be present and any others are invited KEENANJOLLY Illinois Man Claims a Kentucky Girl For His Bride On St Valentines Thursday afternoon February the fourteenth at three oclock Mr Chas S Keenan and Miss Georgia Tally were united in marriage at the home of the brides father Mr Henry Jolly near Hardinsburg The Rev Chas Robbins performed the ceremony in the presence of a number of relatives and friends Mr Keenan is a successful farmer of Jacksonville Ill He has been visiting his sister Mrs Wm Ball at McQuady for several weeks He has formerl lived in Breckenridge county and has many friends here Mr and Mrs Keenan were in Clo verport Friday enroute for Jacksonville Mr Keenan visited the News office subscribed for the paper and told about his Valentine The bride is as lovely young woman and her absence will be greatly felt by her large circle of friends BellWhiteI- nvitation have been issued by Mr and Mrs Addison Robert Fisher to the marriage of their neice Miss Mannie Gray White to Mr Edwin rice Bell of Memphis Tenn The welding will take place Wednesday afternoon February the twentyseventh t home a four oclock Brabaadts Post Curds Mr Brabantsthe city photographer has for sale some splendid views of theI flood scenes in Cloverport They are finished up on post cards andt are very attractiveThe pictures are again becom ing very popular and Mr Brabant makes them at any time during th week His cabinett work is especially good now and the prices are most reasonable Card of Thanks We wish to extend our thanks to the many friends and relatives for their kindness shown us during the last sick ness and death of our dear daughter and sister Katie Board Weatherford Mrs F M Board 1jannleandplarance Boards h 7 o I 4Irj KNIGHTS OF- PYTHIAS LODGE Give Annual Banquet to Members and Their Families Last Night Last night in the spacious halls of the Oelze building on Main street the annual banquet of the Knights of Pythias was held It was a gorgeous affair and one that will in years to memof The number in attendance was esti mated at between 200 and 250 The large gathering was made up of the local Knights of Pythias their families and the visiting members of the Order An address was delivered by Prof J P King on matters pertaining to the success of the Order and invocations were offered by Revs B M Currie and J T Lewis Several toasts were made by the various members and withal it was an event rarely equalled in Clover port lodge circles The tables abounded with delicacies and the refreshments served were de licious The evenings festivities lasted until the stroke of twelve CLIMBING LADDER OF SUCCESS RAPIDLY George Dean Leaves Loftis Bros Chicago to Accept a More Responsible and Lucrative Position in Ohio George F Dean a former Cloverport boy who has charge of the mail orde rbusiness of Loftis Bros Co Chicago diamond importers and manufac turing jewelry has resigned to accept a position as sales manager the Monroe Refrigerator Company of Cincinnati Ohio a more responsible and lucrative place George has many friends here who are glad to learn of his success He iis a relative of Miss Drews Gregory Valentine Birthday Party Mrs John Weisenburg gave a valen tine party to celebrate the thirteenth birthday anniversary of her daughter Eda at their home Thursday afternoon Delightful amusements were furnished l for the guests and valentine favors were given them A repast of many good things to oat were enjoyed by those present who were Louise Lewis I Isabellc Burn lila and Lillian Mc Cracken Bertha PerkinsRosa Newton Ruby Hawkins Pearl Agnew and For rust Dryden Weatherholt DIED MONDAY Jnoybottoms Monday evening Deceased was sixty odd years of age and was an estimable woman She is survived b three sons Marion Alvis and W M Ballow all of whom reside in the neighborhood LEAVES LARGE FAMILY Mrs M M Embry aged about fort syears died at her home four mile- south of town last Wednesday after noon of a complication of diseases She leaves a husband and eight children Mrs Randell Here Frcm Saturday until Monday Mrs werte here from Louisville the guests o Misses Ree and Martha Willis Mrs Randall has a host of friends in Clo verport especially among the young girls and her visits are always a plea sure to them LH St L Rates One way Colonist Rates to and the Northwest and Old Mexico March 1 to April 30 Sept 1 to Oct 31 1907e Commenting upon the act of the Clo verport Ky citizens and officials hold ing up a coal train recently on the Hen derson Route the Hawesville Clarion says If those people drink the kind of booze they loaned us during the high water theyll tackle the pay train next Better warn the treasurer of the road to put all the companys money in the safe and forget the combination nelton EnquirerS Preston sells Lewisport Soar the best IB themarket I IIt come it I IIIi ROYAL l in your in your a in your is FRAMING- t D G Harned a Member of the Convention of Oklahoma The constitutional convention which is now in session in Oklahoma for the purpose of framing the new laws of Uncle Sams recently admitted Corn monwealth has many Kentuckians in that body Among them is Mr D G Harned formerly of Breckenridge county Mr Harned went from near Hardins burg to Oklahoma in 1903 and is now settled at Ringwood whore he is engaged in farming and stock raising It is a distinguished honor seldom befalling a man to be chosen as a dele gate to help frame the first laws ofa new State and this of Mr Harnods ability should be high ly appreciated by him In the convention he is a member of the following committees Educations Privileges and Elections State and School Lands Enrollment Liquor Traffic and Public Health and Sanita tony Rev Thomas an Owensboro Minister Will Assist Ina Ravlval The fourth Sunday in March a series of revival meetings will begin in the M E church Rev B M Currie the thesThomas is one of the leading ministers of the Louisville conference Colonial Supper at Ekron The Ladies Aid of Ekron Baptist church will give a Colonial Supper in the hall over the bank on Friday night Afgood Lime promised to all present and a splendid old time supper for 25c The Hearts Carnival given by the Epworth League St Valentines night was a novel affair and heartily enjoyed by those present The Sundayaschool room and parlors of the Methodist church One of the features of the carnival was a large heart of red card board on the wall which was pierced with arrows by blindfolded persons whose object was to pierce the heart directly in its center Mrs B M Currie was the only one who placed an arrow in the destined point Miss Margaret Moor man was crowned queen of hearts and and Mr Ira Behen was made king during the evening Heart sandwiches and hot coffee were served to the guests Miss Margaet Burn David Phelp and Chas Fallen assisted Miss Lula Severs in the management of the entertain ment When the- hi1aren borne home Fi from IlchoolThey usually want ItheI in IHQmeI IHaveBAKING POWDER I IRoyal makesa difference homeia difference health difference cooking ROYAL absolutely Pure HELP THE NEW LAWS Constitutional befittingrecognition I S W CASEY Dies at Vine Grove at Ripe Old I AgeFormerly Lived at Big Spring Mr S W Casey died at Vine Grove Hardin county of senility aged about eighty years For many years he was a merchant and tobacco dealer but for the past few years he had retired from active business having accumulated considerable money Mr Kasey formerly lived at Big Spring and is well known to the people of Breckenridge county He was a member of the Methodist church and was a valuable citizen 65000 FEET OF WHITE OAK LOGS Valued at 1500 Towed to Evans ville Monday by the Borealis for Seaton Weatherholt The raft of logs that has been tied up at the mouth of Clover Creek for two weeks was towed to Evansville Monday by the Borealis The raft contained 65000 feet of white oak logs valued at 1500 and was sold to a firm in Evans ville by Seaton Weatherholt the owners The raft was made up about seventeen miles Up the creek and is the largest one floated down this year Seaton Weatherholt say there nreI more to com- eNEWS NOTES FROM McQUADY Len Taul went to Hardinsburg Monday on business Dr Sandback bought a fine saddle and harness horse from J W MatI tingly last week GS Wilson was notified by the In terior Department that he was a suc cessful bidder for a quarter section of land in Oklahoma Cy Pate the popular drummer was here last week Frank Lyons bought a horse of G W Eskridge last Saturday for J600 Misses Jesse Ryan andBessie Sheeran of Tarfolk spent last week here with their cousin Miss Annie Askins Miss Myldrid Potts was the guest of Miss Eula Shrewsberry last Sunday The Hardinsburg and Jolly Station Telephone Co has been reorganized and rebuilt by Walter Wilson and is now in excellent condition Mr and Mrs David Crews spent last Sunday in the country the guests of Mr and Mrs Will Newby HUNTER LEWIS WEDDING At HardinsburgFair Board Meets New Pension tawReisl Estate Transfer Hardinsburg Ky Feb 19 Special The Board of Directors of the Breckenridgo Fair As sociation held an important meeting Monday Those present were Willis Green r J Hook 0 V Robertson G N Lyddan Jesse Howard Jno D Shaw Jno P Haswell Jr and the Secretary of the Board M H Beard The president C V Robertson enWr tained the board at dinner at the Commercial Hotel TfcQ marriage ot Miss Mamie Hunter of Continental 0 to Mr Wave Lewis was solemnized St llomualds by the Rev Wm L Gabe at 7 oclock Tuesday morn ing Feby 12in the presence of 111 number of relatives and friends Mr and Mrs Lewis willvisit with the grooms parents a few weeks and will then take up their permenant residence at Continental O They were entertained at dinner Tuesday by Mr and Mrs T C Lewis The News extends heartiest congratulations The McCumber Service Pension bill has passed both houses of Con gresshas been signed by the Pres idontand is now a law It provides that all persons who served ninety days or more in the military or naval service of the United States during the Civil war or six ty days in the Mexican war and who were honorably discharged way bo pensioned at12 per month if such person has reached the age of sixtytwo years at 15 per monthfseventy years of age and at 20 per month 1f seventy five years of age No disability of the soldier need be alleged or provedChapman Moorman has sold to Mrs Mary MChambliss the tract of land ho purchased of the Fair Association two weeks ago He paid 1000 for it and sold it for 1100 Mrs Chambliss will move here about April 1 pIJFTT iPartnersti the Tide By tAuthort Copyright 1005 by A S Barnes S Co s HHtot+H+ + + Now i tie cfieflT well see whnf But two innniuioth paws clasped his wrists the bUild with the revolver wns turned backward till the barrel point ed at the end of the gaff and big Swen sons voice salt calmly Ynh I guess not Yust valt a minute Mr Burke Mr Ncekerson vat I do vlt him hey It was mutiny of course mutiny pure and simple but Bradley had gone too far to back out now Take him below and lock him In his stateroom ho said Tell the doctor to see that he doesnt break out Then come back to me Yes you may give me the revolver Swensen twisted the pistol from the first mates hand and then picking him up as he would a tenyearold boy started for the cabin Burke struggled furiously and swore like a wild man but he couldnt break away The shouts grew fainter and then were muffled almost entirely by the closing of the stateroom door Bradley put the revolver In his pocketNow then men he said Im skip per of this schooner for the rest of this voyage Is there anybody here that I doesnt understand It No All right OLeary go forard on lookout Peter son heave the lead Swensen as the big Swede came up the ladder take the wheel and keep her as she Is All that morning until daybreak sent the fog rolling to the north In tumbled clouds the lead was going and the crow were busy on the Thomas Doane Bradley stood close at Swensens elbow and edged her out feeling his way with the lead and listening to the calls of the fog horns The schoohers own toot power horn was kept tooting and by and by as they got out Into the ship channel It was answered by other horns and bells some close aboard some distant nut by breakfast time It was clear and tine and before a cracking wind the schooner walked along as If abc realized her escape and was trying to how her gratitude Through that day Bradley stool by the wheel only leav ing to eat a mouthful and to Inquire after Captain Tltcomb who was much Improved and beginning to ask ques tions And Just at dusk the gilt domo of the Boston statehouse shone dimly In the dying light and the ThomaH Doanc resting from her labors moved easily behind the tug up to her dock She had made splendid time but Brad ley was far from huppy There way trouble coming and ho knew It He sent word to the cook ordering the latter to unlock the stateroom door and release the Imprisoned first matt A minute later the cook cane on deck his eyes shining with excitement Mr Burke he go right Into the skip pers room and shut the door while pered the Portuguese And now they talk talk talk And Mr Burke he swottr all the time IVhtm the fli t mate appeared he did not speak to nay one but Jumped to the who anti hurried away A doctor fwaa set for and Captain Tltcoinbs wound was dressed The physician suld the Injury wus not serious There wns no coiuUrtsloii of the brain mill the pu llent would he all right In a couple of slays Bradley didnt sleep much that night Isext morning the captain sent fur him When the second mate entered the stateroom he found the skipper sitting on the edge of the berth with a big bandage on his head but lootIiig very bright and like himself He seemed oddly embarrassed when Bradley came In 1or u moment or two he did sot speak The second mute who had expected u scorching rebuke std was prepared to meet It was sur prised at the mildness of the first re markNow then Brad sold Captain Tit Comb set down WhatH this about you and the mute Tell the whole jam first and lust So Bradley told it lust as It happen edtho crews behavior his suspicions the sighting of the light and what fol lowedHumph Captain Ezra nodded Yup thats about what Burke said Now Brad I spose you knew that Mr Burke was your superior ofllcer and that what ho suld was law for you didnt you Yos sir but Never wind the huts now Taking command by force in serious mighty seriousI what I thought was right Capn Ezrawhat I blleved youd think was right The schooner would have been aground lu ten minutes If I hadnt Well spose Hhe would Thered have been no lives lost Plenty of iboats and u smooth sea But Mr Burke knew she was headed for the shoals lIe must have known 3t The owners would have What do you know about the own ere and their affairs But the schooner Shes a hulk thats alland In cured The reply was an odd one but the tone In which It was made was odder lUll Strange things hail happened during the past week Captain Tit combs silent HI humor the Interview the day beforo leaving Now York the J i sudden change of mates te skipper studied Indifference to the demoraliza tion among the crew Burkes frantic determination to keep on the course set by him even after the proximity to tho shoals hud been proved beyond a doubt all these were fingers pointing In one direction Bradley however had not looked in that direction But now the last wisp of tog blew t away and he saw clearly Capu Ez he gasped Capn Ez Were you going to wreck her on pur poseThe captain shined In his set but did not look at his companion Orders are orders he said Mr litirke was your skipper with me out of the wayand you ought to have minded him just as I should my owners Wreck a vessel for her Insurance I groaned Bradley I didnt think youd do It Capn Ez I didnt think youd doItThe dismay the grieved disappoint ment and horror In his friends tone seemed to hurt Captain Titcomb sore ly lIe glanced at Bradley and then looked away again Ive beard all sorts of yarns about you In Orham went on Bradley They say youre too smart and that youll bear watching and all that Ive called those that said It liars and Ive stood by you through thick and thin But now What do you think theyd say If they knew of this What do you think Miss Prissy and Miss Tempy would say Why they blleve youre the best The captain broke In testily Never mind all that he said As for Squeal er Wixon and Jabe Baileys talk I dont euro a snap And tho old maids aint exactly up to date In this worlds way of looklu at things Spose the old Doane was booked for thunderatlon by the shoal routewhat of It Mind I only say spose Better to go that way on a smooth night with all hands saved than to bust up In a squall and drown us all as was likely to happen any minute Nobody loses but the In surance folks and theyd lose quick enough anyhow Why Its done a hun dred times a year all along this coast Member when the Bay Queen piled up on the beach oft Setucklt last summer Everybody was as sartin as could be that twas done apurpose but you couldnt prove no thin So with the Rhoda Horton and the Banner and any quantity more Spose mind Im only sposln that youd got orders from your owners orders you understand to do somethln you didnt like Sposo youd always stuck to owners orders a good deal closeru you had to the Bible You talk u lot So do other folks But what would you have done Id have been honest and said No Humpul Well I guess you would Youre the nearest thing to an honest tuna that Ive run across ylt Honesty Is the best policy they say But was it honesty that made hat tho million aires Are Williams Bros rich because theyve always been honest Josh Bangs Is In the poorhouso and hes tho most honest critter In Orhnm while his brother Sol Is chairman of school committee deacon In the church has mon ey In the bank mirth would skin the eyeteeth out of a down east horse Jockey Why Capn Ez Interrupted Bradley stop talkie that way You dont be lieve a word of It I know you too well The trouble with you Is that ov erlttntliy owners orders I almost think that that accident Inst night was as MIsH Tempy would say sent to beep you fruin doing something youdII be sorry for all the rest of your The captain looked at the speaker oddly Then you callate he said Unit I ought to thank God Amlghty and a tipsy fonmst hand for avln what the hook folks would call my honor fiats till right only wait tillI Williams Bros send me thrtr thanks on a clean plato with gilt dbo dads round the edges Williams iron anti your particular friend Mr Burke aint been hoard from yet my son Well Brad I spose youll be packln up tonight anyway An honest man Vordln to your log aint needed on the Thomas Doane I told you you tight to ship board the Arrow- I didnt ship on the Arrow because Id rather be with you than anybody else on earth I wouldnt sail with a rascal that would wreck a schooner and I dont believe I know youre not a rascal Oh cant you see It Isnt my self Im thinking aboutIts youyout The captain took his knife from his pocket and whittled a corner off the cabin table before replying Then he said slowly Much obliged Brad But what do you spose Williams Bros will want me to do when they give me orders for this liners next trip- I dont know Spose those orders are the same as the last what then Then say No like an honest man Captain Ezra gave a short laugh Honesty my son Is like dlmonds sometimes Its pretty but It comes high You turn In Im goln to set up awhile and smoke Bradley reluctantly went to bed but when he awoke several hours later he heard the captain stirring In stateroom blsII Next morning the skipper telegram Williams Bros basin heard from friend Burke want to have a little chat with tho commander of tho clipper Thomas Doane he remarked to Bradley That doctor squllgaeln my maintop with his physic stuff has made me feel Al again Im gain to New York tonight on the Fall River lineAnd he went leaving Mr Burko In command of the schooner a state of affairs not too delightful to Bradley1 But the captains stay was a shor one Ho was back on board early the second morning and called the second mate Into the cabin Well Brad he said I got mj rders Yes sir anxiously What were they Bout the same as the last And and what did you say Captain Tltcomb leaned over and de liberately knocked his cigar ash Into the center of a carpet lower Then ho looked up quickly and answered with a quizzical smile If you want to know I told Wil liams Bros to go to blazes and lion esty beln the best policy you and mos out of a Job CIIAPTEll VIII I jRADt asled captain Tlt comb creasing tho morning J paper Into folds hind tossing It on the bed what are you plannln to do now that our late lamented owners have committed financial suicide by duttln you off In the flower of your youth so to speak It was late the morning of the third day after the captains return from his flying visit to New York They had said goodby to the Thomas Doane the previous forenoon and were now occu pying a room In the United States hotel Bradley who was sitting by the window looking down upon the hats of the peoplo In the narrow street answered slowly I dont know Ive been waiting to find out what you In tended doing The captain crossed his legs and tilt ed back In his chairII callate he observed that 1 I could walk out of this gilded palace of luxury and run afoul of another skippers berth Inside of an hour Not at my9ld wages of course but a pret ty fair berth all the same But fact Is Brad Ive had a kink In my main sheet for a conslderble spell Ive had a notion that some day I was gotn to cut loose and cruise on my own hook You know Ive hinted at It for over a year Now It looks as If this was my chance or never Brad howd you like to be a wrecker- A wrecker Bradleys face showed his absolute astonishment- Oh I dont mean the line of wreck in that Is mokln your eyes stick out at this minute Do you know Caleb Burgess Capn Jerrys cousin Yes Bradley knew him He owned a little schooner that flitted along tho Cape Cod coast picking up floating wreckage when It was of value drag ging for anchors dredging for chains and Ironwork lost by vessels In trou ble and doing a sort of nautical old Junk business Well went on the captain Calebs glttln old and hed like to sell out- Most folks think hes scratched a bare Hvln from the shoals but I happen to know that hes done a good deal better than that The old man told me how much ho had In the bank and It want to be sneezed at Now I could buy that schooner of his cheap She Isnt much and money would have to be spent on her but shed do for a start You under stand time wreckln business Id do wouldnt be anchor draggln alone Theres money in a first class wreckln plant on Cape Cod Wrecks 1 Why they pile up there three deep every winter Now listen a minute while I rise to blow Bradley listened and the captain talked lIe had evidently given much thought to this proposition and his plans were ambitious lIe believed that It a capable man bought the Lizzie BurgessIprofitable business The salvage of cargoes of stranded schooners and of the schooners themselves played a large part In his plans One or two soot sized jolts of this kind taken on a commission basis would bring In capital onough to warrant the purchase of a bigger vessel fitted with auxiliary power fitted with n living equipment derricks and the like But wouldnt that take capital Sartin sure But let meusprove that the profits there and the capital 11 bo donated like frozen painters at a ministers surprise party Oh Ive thought it out Now mere The captains plan for Bradleys co operation was briefly stated Just this He Captain Titcomb would provide the money for buying the Lizzie and whatever else was Immediately neces sary Bradley would contribute his savings to the pile They were to ba partners on equal shares but Bradley witS to pay from his share of whatever profits might come from time to time the amount necessary to make his In vestment the equal of the captains No new move wait to be made without the consent of both partners It was n very generous offer and Bradley said so No generosity about It protested Captain Ezra Im lookln out for myself and need you as the tipsy man said to the lamp post I tell you honest I shant go Into this thing unless you go In with me Maybe lts n tool notion anyway Well there he concluded now that Ive unloaded my mind well go down to tho Cape this afternoon Ill look round and you take a week to think things over In At the end of the week you can say Yes or No They caught the 4 oclock train for Orham The old maids were washing the upper dishes when Bradley surprised them by walking Intq the dining room When the first shock was over tho sisters were tho most delighted pair In Orham They Insisted on preparing a brand new meal for their boy and- o amount of protestation on his part could change their minds They were very curious to know why Bradley had come home so unexpectedly and when they learned that ho had left time Thomas Doano and not only that but that the captain also had left they asked one question after t another Bradley simply said that the captain had other plans and that he couldnt toll what they were yet After supper they adjourned to tha sitting room Bradley was uneasy and several times glanced at tho clock After awhile ho said that If they didnt mind he should like to go out for an hour or so Of course the sis ters said they didnt mind and he put on his hat and went Miss Prlssya shrewd guess wasnt far wrong Bradley passed out of the Allen gate only to open the one of the yard adjoining Ills knock at the side door apparently started a canine Insurrection for there wns a tremen dous bathing and growling inside and when old Mrs Baker answered the I knock the heads of Tuesday and Win field the only survivors of Gus troop of pets protruded front either side of her skirt Both dogs and old lady were surprised and glad to see the visitorWhy Bradley NIckersonI exclaim ed Mrs Baker How do you do Come right In wont you No Gusty aint In Jest now Its prayer meet In night and she thought shed go Well Im sorry you wont atep In and watt The Bakers attended the Baptist Church and thither walked Bradley his hands In his pockets and his head full of the wrecking scheme It was nearly 0 oclock and the fence In front of the little church was ornamented by a row of Orham young men who were waiting for tho meet Ipg to come to an end Bradley joined the fence brigade and was hailed by halt a dozen acquaint ances mostly old schoolfellows He heard all the news and a lot more that might become news If It ever hap penedSam Hammond was down last month so Hart Sears informed him Talk about dudes Say Snuppy want he a lulla cooler I should smile If he want replied Snuppy Black Gold watchand clothes You never saw such clothes Sams working for the Metropolitan Wrecking company and he must be getting rich And he has a good time In New York Member those yarns about the girls Hart Sears laughed and winked knowingly Sams a great feller for girls he observed He was chasm em down here I tell you Gus Baker was tho one he chased most but Gus can keep him guessln He aint the only one thats been runnln after her hey Snup Then the whole row laughed uproariouslyBradley didnt enjoy the rest of the conversation In the first place he didnt relish the Idea so sud She came out and stood on the step denly brought home to him that fel bra were running after Gus and par ticularly he didnt care to have Sam Hammond among the runners He had met Sam once or twice In New York A big chap he was handsome and well dressed In a rather loud fashion and with a boastful knowledge of life about town Bradley was not a prig but sa loons and after theater suppers had lit tle attraction for him even It his sal ary had been large enough to pay the bills He had wondered Idly how Sam could afford the fun ho was always describingThe In the vestry struck up God Be With You Till We Meet Again and the loungers on the fence began to move over toward the door He went with them standing a little way back from the entrance Tho final verse of the hymn died away In deaf Mrs Pipers tremulous falsetto Then there was a hush as the benediction was pronounced tho door swung open and with giggles and a rustle of con versation the worshipers began to emergeBradley looked for Gus and at last be saw her She was talking to Mr Langworthy and the light from the bracket lamp In the entry shone upon her face Again he decided just as he had when ho left her before going to sea that she was pretty but now he realized that hers was not a doll like prettiness but that there was char acter In her dark eyes and the ex pression of her mouth She came out and stood on the step buttoning her glove Two of tho young fellows stepped out of the line toward her She spoke to both of them and laughed Then she caught sight of Bradley who also had moved Into tho lamplight and brushing past the rival pair of volunteer escorts she held out her bJ1nl1 Continued next week Steretts Version Cloverport officers and citizens last week held up a cOAl train and made them give UP fuel Nothing strange about that If those people drink the kind of booze they loaned us during the hign water theyll tackle thepay train next Hancock Clarion t 1 LYDIA LPINKHAMS VEGETABLECOMPOUND Is acknowledged to be the most suc cessful remedy In the country for those painful ailments peculiar to womenFor more than 30 years it has j been curing Female Complaints such as Inflammation and Ulcera tion Falling and Displacements and consequent Spinal Weakness I Backache and is peculiarly adapted the Change of Life Ito Records show that it has curedLYDIA PINKHAM more cases of Female Ills than any other one remedy known Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound dissolves and expels Tumors at an early stage of development Dragging Sensations causing painweight and headache are relieved and permanently cured by its use It corrects Irregularities or Painful Functions Weakness of the Stomach Indigestion Bloating Nervous Prostration Headache Gene ral Debility also Dizziness Faintness Extreme Lassitude Dont care and wantto be left alone feeling Irritability Nervousness Sleeplessness Flatulency Melancholia or the Blues These are sure indications of derangementForE Pinlchams Vegetable Compound is a most excellent remedy Mrs Pinkhams Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to write Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass for advice She is the Mrs Plnkham who has been advising sick women free of charge for more than twenty years and before that she assisted her motherln law Lydia E Plnkham advising Thus she Is well qualified to guide sick women back to health Her advice is free and always helpful Read This Ad You will need the Stock we are advertising soon A late Spring means moreteams Get it now it is cheaper and you have more to pick from Three Horses will sell worth the money or trade for cattle One Bay Marea good one foal One Bay Mare blind in one eye will sell or trade for Cattle One Pair coming twoyearold Mules good onesi One Pair coming threeyearold Mules horses One Pair fouryearold Mules horses extra good One Pair aged Mules Wagon and Harness for sale cheap We still have the Jack and Stallions advertised If you wish either write at once I BeardBrosHARDINSBURG KY AT THE NEWS OFFICE Websters International Diction ary with a supplement of additional words and meanings 1009 Eastmau Kodak No 3 Series Price 1900 Sanfords Premium Writing Fluid for fountain pens per pint 50 Writing and Copying Combined Fluid per pint 50 Sandfords Library Paste Ledgers NoteBooks Blank Deeds and Mortgages flemorandum Books School Supplies Business and SocialN Statfonery Monogram Stationery Printed Letter Heads and Envelopes Printed and Engraved Business Cards Daily Papers Magazines and Novels Souvenir Post Cards For Sale at the NEWS OFFICE Evelyn Thaw Painted In The Eternal Question By Gibson Evelyn Nebit was her mothers Christmas gift She came Christmas day 1835 Her folks were persons of humble means in a town near Pittsburg Her father was a highly respected man just well enough off to maintain his family in respectable circumstances He died when Evelyn was a little girl and left but little for his widow and two children Evelyn was such a pretty child that photographers began to re quest of her mother the privilege of posing her Then artists of the brush and I tjS I 0 I vE I In in easel wanted her to pose for paint The mother took her to Philadelp where the girl posed Then shet Evelyn to New York where there more money in posing Charles E Gibson who created the GibsonG- was enrnpturedwith Evelyn artistici He painted her in a picture which called The Eternal Question Si of the artistic fellows raved over little Pittsburg girl called her eye most beautiful in the world j e7JPOIIleara The Kilt4 Yod lIItIA- 1NgH iof i eo I I e i FOUR LEGAL k1EXECUTIONS IIn Kentucky On Last Friday f 1t tI Two Fur Criminal Assault And Two For Murder I Four legal executions took place in Kentucky on last Friday Three of the condemned men were white and one was a negro Two paid the penalty for criminal as sault and two for murder W R Fletcher and Guy H Lyon were hanged at Russellville for criminal assault committed on Mary E Glader in Logan countyJMay 22 1905 The necks of both were broken by the drop Each made long talks on the gallows denying their guilt and declaring that their lives had been sworn away by false witnesses The assault on Mary Glader was committed near Russellville where the girl and her father an old German had stopped for the night The men forced the girls father to drink a lot of whisky and during a drunken stupor the girl was assaulted BonHuffaker a life convict at the Edd vine penitentiary was hanged in thatcity for the murder on May 2 1905 of B Shitfey a fellow convict Jesse Fitzgerald negro was hanged 1t Barbourville for the murder of Mrs Robert Broughton Frightfully Buned CUBS W Moore a machinist of Ford Zity Pa had bis band frightfully burn ii in an electrical furnace He applied Bucklens Arulca Salve with the usual result a quick and perfect cure 3reatest healer on earth for Burns Woundo Sores Eczema and Piles 25C it Severs Drug Co Oldrleve Won His Wager Now Orleans Feb 12Captain harles W Oldrleve has accomplished he feat of walking the water from Mnclnnatl to New Orleans a distance if 1600 miles In forty days lacking ortyfive minutes thereby winning the worlds championship and a bet of 15000 Oldrleve left Cincinnati Jan at noon on a wager that he would ralk to New Orleans in forty days Invigorate the Digestion To invigorate the digestion andstim late the torpid liver and bowels theres bthing so good as that old family rem ly Brandreths Pills which has boon use for over a century They cleanse ie b ood and impart new vigor to the dy One or two every night for a eJjhvill usually be all that is required Constipation or Dyspepsia ono or wo taken every night will in a short me afford great relief Brandreths Pills are the same fine jcative tonic pill your grandparents tied and being purely vegetable are ilapted to every system Sold in every drug and medicine store ther plain or sugar coated Urrent Quotations on Grain and Livestock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 76c No 2 red c Corn No 2 46c OatsNo2 iied 40V4c Hay Clover l5oOO too timothy 91800i2000 millet jiOO 1400 Cattle250 650 ogs J500 9 725 Sheep J25052 iambs 500g 765 At Cincinnati WheatNo 2 red 80c CornNo 46c OathNo 2 43c Ca- teUO 3 550 Hogs 460 G 7- 2beep200 525 Lambs4500 85 At Chicago WheatNo 2 red 77c CornNo 42c OatsNo2 39c Cat eSteers 450700 stockers and seders 250435 Hogs500715 beep 3000600 Lambs600qj 0o Livestock at New York Cattle 4750630 Hogs69o 75 Sheep 4000625 Lambs 676GS At East Buffalo Cattle4OOt625 HogsJUOO 45 Sheep 3000575 Lambs600 17l76I homeMade Catarrh Cure Any one can mix right at home tbe eet remedy of its kind known TUB ante Cyclone is given to the tol wing prescription it is supposed joanse of Its promptness in driving OlD the blood and system every ves ige of catarrhal poison receiving this mit and dread disease no matter where abed To prepare the mixtne Get MB any good pharmacy onehalf aBce r Fluid Extract Dandelion one floe Compound Eargon and three a wee Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla aake well and use in teaspoonfal bedtimehisnet which has a peculiar action upon eliminative tissues of the Kidneys pidng them to niter and strain from e blood and system all catarrhal tfcona which if not eradicated are fsorbed by tbe mucous membrane d an open sore or catarrh is the silt ftrnftfi some and try it as it is the ptCptioB of an eminent catarrh Mali stot national reputation 1 3TEPHENSPORT Deferred from last week llov Hayes delivered three very interesting sermons at the M E church Saturday night and Sunday The sick in our town are all im proving at this writing Mr and Mrs Herman Deick man have moved to their farm in the country Miss Lena Payne went to Lodi burg Monday to Attend the funeral of her aunt MM Sallie Whit worth Dr A D Brodskyi of Hawes ville has located here for a few months Camillas Browns family of Lewieport visited Elijah Brown last week Ed Beauchamp of Falls of Rough was the guest of Miss Cora McCoy Sunday Wo are glad to know that Mrs E T Miller is able to get out in town again She is taking treatment from Dr Brodsky A S Stiles and wife of Tell City were in town Saturday Mrs M L Roberts and Miss Pauline Moorman arc expected home soon from Mexico Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseased toot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 51 per large bottle 3 bottles for 250 qr 0 bottles forfSOO Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B BB is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases as it cures after all elsa fails EARLY EASTER Lent began on February 13 with Ash Wednesday which is observed by many all over the world as a day of fasting and prayer February 12 the day before I Lent was Shrove Tuesday or Mardi Gras which is a day of pleasure and revelry The last Sunday in March is Easter Sunday and it comes this year as early as it possibly can come Muhlenberg Argus THE HEADLESS BANDIT Queer Story From the Archives or a the Vleiiiiti Courts Dr Love a French physician who greatly Interested himself In the ques tion What pauses In the head of a decapitated human being related the following remarkable story which he stated was taken from the archives o- fte Vienna courts It was In the year that Schpenenuurg a well known bandit and tour of ills associates were caught and condemned to death They were already on their knees ready to pay the penalty of their broody deeds by submitting to the awful fate of de capltatloti when Schoenenburg addressed the judge asking that his four com panions might be pardoned on certain conditions If asked the bandit after I am beheaded I get up and walk to the first of my comrades will you pardon him The Judge thought that he was pretty safe In complying with the request Then continued Schoenenburg It I walk to the second the third and the fourth will you pardon them also Tbe judge replied that if such a miraculous teat could be performed ho would obtain pardons for the other three also The bandit was now satisfied and bending his head ho received the fatal blow In stantly the head rolled down In the sand but to the surprise and horror of all present the headless trunk arose and walked alone Aimlessly It ap peared the body walked around until it passed the first the second the third and the fourth condemned bandit when It fell down and became motionless l Query How could a headless body thlnH 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded dis ease that science has been able to euro In all its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Curds taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system thereby destroying the foundation of the dis ease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors bavqso much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any cue that it falls to cure Send for list of testimonialsAddress J Cheney Co Toledo p Sold by all Druggists 75c TakeHalls Family Pills for constipation AN OCEAN TRAGEDY More Than a Hundred Persons Loso Their Lives In Wintry Waves of ftarraganset Bay COLLISION OCCURS DURING GALE The Joy Line Steamer Larchmont Was Run Down by Schooner and but a Small Proportion of Her Passengers Reach the Shore- Providence R L Feb 1C Samuel L LCombe of Manchester N H one of the survivors of the wrecked steam er Larchmont Is dead from the effects of the exposure following the disaster This reduces the number of survivors to eighteen Providence R I Feb 14A care ful compilation of figures In this city early today shows that 138 lives are known to have been lost as a result of the collision Monday night between the Joy Line steamer Larchmont and the schooner Harry Knowlton It Is known that there were not less than 157 persons on board the steamer Of that number only nineteen survived Seventyone bodies have been recov ered thirtyeight of them having been Identified There are still 100 passengers who are either missing or uniden tilled Block Island R L Feb 13About 150 persons went to their deaths In Block Island sound as a result of a collision between the threemuated schooner Harry Knowlton and the Joy Line steamer Larchmont bound from Providence to New York It Is estimated that Including the crew there were nearly 200 persons on board the steamer when she sailed from Providence Of these only nineteen appear to have survlved the dis aster ten members 6f the crew and nine passengers Awakened from their slumbers In their staterooms the unfortunate passengers were at the mercy of the fates Many It Is believed went down with the ship Others temporarily thankful that they had escaped drown ing prayed that they might be re lieved of the terrible pain caused by their frozen bodies and one man a passenger whose name could not br learned plunged a knife into his throat and ended his sufferings The few who survived were In fIlI pitiful condition In almost every cas their arms and legs hung hElpless as they were lifted out of the boat In which they reached shore Forty eight bodies have come ashorv either In boats or thrown up by die s a Only six of the fortyeight bodies wry I IdentifiedA of those on the Larch mont had retired for the night and when the collision occurred ther were few with the exception of th crow prepared for the weather which prevailed They hurried from tho warm staterooms to the deck of the steamer and into a zero atmospherr Chilled to the bone ninny rushed head long below to secure more clothing while others barefooted bareheaded and clad only In nightgowns stood on the decks fearing that to go below would mean certain death The Knowlton after she had backed away from the wreck began to fill rapidly but her crew manned the pumps and kept her afloat until she reached a point oft Quonochontaug where they put out In the lifeboat and rowed ashore There were no fatalities on the schooner Luckiest Mania Arkansas Im the luckiest man in Arkansas writes H L Stanley of Bruno since the restoration of my wifes health after five years of continuous coughing and bleeding from the lungs and I owe my good fortune to the worlds greatest medicine Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which I know from ex perience will cure consumption if taken in time My wife improved 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 free Roosevelt as Peacemaker Washington Feb 14Cable dispatches have been received by thl president directly from the presidents of Nicaragua and Honduras In re sponse to his urgent appeals to desist from hostile measures Though these have not been made public It Is stated that their tenor Is such as to encourage the belief that a peaceful settlement is In sight In a race riot at a railroad construc tion camp near Thaxton Va four ne- groes were killed To stop a Cold with Preventics is safer than to let it run and cure it after wards Taken at the sneeze stage Preveutics will head off all colds und Grippe and prehaps save you from Pneumonia or Bronchitis Preveutics are little toothsome candycold cure tablets selling in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes If you are chilly if you begin to sneeze try Preventics They will surely check the cold and please you Sold by Severs Drug Company Subscribe for the News r on BRIEF JlSPATCHEr dATURDAY As a result of an explosion on ate pedo boat of the French navy nine men are dead and two are injured Smiley N Chambers a wellknown attorney and former district attorney tar Indiana Is dead at Indianapolis Four men were killed and five injured in a collision between a street car and a freight train at Blrinlngham Lyndhurst the country homo of John Wanamaker at Jenklntown Pa was destroyed by fire loss nearly 1000000 Business failures in the United States for the week number 1980 against 211 last week and 04 in the like week of 1906 The Texas state legislature passed nI bill providing that a special tax ofI 5000 be assessed against every ex press office In the state handling ship ments of liquor MONDAY Sir Howard Russell is dead at Lon donRepresentative John R Rixey of Virginia is dead at Washington of conI sumptionAn family of seven persons perished in a conflagration at a brewery at Steinbach Switzerland Charles Talt mayor of Kingston Jamaica is dead as a result of Injuries sustained at the time of the earth quakeThe exportation of iron and steel manufacturers reached their highest record during the past year according to figures compiled by the bureau of statisticsA explosion wrecked the chemical research department of the Woolwich arsenal While all the windows in the town were broken no lives were lost TUESDAY For the first time In mony years snow f11uponl the streets of Mexico City Monday The first elections to parliament un der the new Transvaal constitution will be held Feb 20 Prof Thomas Condon the famous geologist Is dead at his home Iin Eu gene Ore aged seventyfive years An earthquake of considerable vie lence has felt throughout Virginia In Charlottesvllle dishes were rattled Official acceptance of the friendly Intervention of President Diaz between Honduras and Nicaragua has been announced Edwin W Reldnaur a baker and his tour children were burned to death at Allentown Pa In a fire which stroyed their home deI Nicaragua is concentrating a considerable armed force uporitji from tier of Honduras without having made a declaration of Warb WEDNESDAY Former Governor Frank W HIggins of New York is dead at his home at OleanThe United States assay office in El Paso has been abolished by the treasury department The national budget for 19078 passed the Japanese house of representa tives without the slightest curtail ment A wealthy Londoners residence was looted of 175000 worth of rare paint ings and art curios the thieves mak ing good their escape William F Walker treasurer of a savings bank at New Britain Conn is missing and a shortage of 150000 In his accounts is disclosed- It js stated on authority that the Issues between Honduras and Nic aragua appear now to have dwindled down into a mere exhibition of tem per on both sides THURSDAY The 39th annual convention of the National Womans Suffrage associa tion Is In session at Chicago The Cramp Shipbuilding company sustained a loss of nearly all the com panys valuable patterns by fire Fire at Crary Minn destroyed sev en business houses among them the opera house and several residences causing a loss of 50000 An explosion of leaking gas In a restaurant at Los Angeles killed three persons and mangled and seriously In jured half a dozen others Prof John A Brashear of the Alle gheny observatory announces the dis covery of one of the greatest sun spots ever called to the notice of astronomers Three men were killed and one mutt was mortally Injured as the result ot- a collapse of a scaffold on the third floor of the New York public library building FRIDAY Wholesale arrests of revolutionary suspects are occurring In Venezuela South Carolina has abandoned the state dispensary system of dealing sylth the liquor traffic and has gone to local option Texas has Imposed a tax of 5000 on express companies delivering C O D shipments of liquor in local op Lion districts The statement Is made from Car acas that President Castro has been successfully operated upon for an affected gland in the groin As the result of a series of blac land outrages In the Wllkesbam mining settlements the authorities have arrested twentythree Italians The of justice Is aboutdepartment to against a number of railroads for violations of tho law relating to the shipment of cattle 11 iOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOi o Dont 0 0og 0gtQIo0otbe living now if they had not neglected the o gwarning cough You know how quickly Scotts Emulsion enables you to throw off a 0o coughor cold 0o ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO A VIt THE RRECKENRIDGE NEWS And The LOUISVILLE DAILY HERALD Both One Year For 200 I W II BowMan President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LionrroOT VicePresident CIIAB SKILLMAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and smallsolicited I NN M N S SSU tilltlti Constipation Baked sweet apples with some people bring rompt relief for Constipation With others coarse allwheat bread will hat the tame effect Nature unloubtedlr has a vegetable remedy to relieve every ailment known to man Iif physicians can but find Natures way to health And this ii strikingly true with regard to Constipation The bark of a certain tree in California CM cara Sograda offers a most excellent aid to this end But combined with Egyptian S nna Slip pen Elm Bark Solid Extract of Prunes etc this same Cascara bark Is given its greatest possible power to correct constipation A toothsome Candy Tablet called Laxct is now made at the Dr Shoop Laboratories from this Ingenuous and most effective prescription Its effect on ConstI- pation Biliousness Sour Stomach Bad Breath Sallow Complexion etc is indeed prompt and satisfyingNo no unpleasant after effects are ex perlenced and Laxets are put up in beautiful lithographed metal boxes at L cents and 25 cents per box For something new nice economical and effective trya box of LaxetsSEVERS BilePoison has a very bad effect on your system fIt disorders your stomach and digestive apparatus taints your blood and causes constipation with aU Us fearful I- DsThedfords BlackDraughtIs I blood purifier- it gets rldef the poisons caused by oversupply of bile and quickly cures bilious batdaches dizziness loss of appetite nausea Indigestion constipation malaria chills and fever Jaundice nervousness irritability melancholia and all sickness due to disordered liver It is not a cathartic but a gentle herbal liver medicine which eases without irritating Price 25c at all Druggists N LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET GO INCORPORATED Fast Mailnnd Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans j yule =Steamers Tarascon 1 Tell Cilyff Leave Louisville Monday Wednti day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a WI Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than b- rail PASSENGER FIRE REDUCED 11 Cloverport to Louisville X176 Clovorport to Evansville 176 Cloverport to Owensboro 76 Splendid accommodations for Block Genera Office 154150158 4th B Louisville Ky i C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A t 6EOH WILSON SlDtt L 116 1EAST1 No 146 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverpor 07 A M stops at Howard on 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Irvington 650 m arrives Kordsvlllo 925 D m The News one year one dollar kS BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BARRAGE SONS Publishing Co ou Issued Every Wednesday 0 0 Subscription Price 1ooa year or LY6 If paid at the end of year + AKD3 OFTHANKS over five lines charged r t u the rate of 10 centsper line DM1TOAKIES charged for at the iate of II +au per tine Money In advance Siamlne the label on your paper It It Is iOl correct oleaso notify us When ordering a change In the addrt subscribers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1907 PICKED UP 3 3 ON THE ROAD Charlie Payne is just back from Texa- and New Mexico He is charmed wit that country and says people are flock ing there by the thousands He bough a quarter section in the Northern Texas and preempted a quarter section iii New Mexico near the border line 01 Texas He will move out there this spring 000-Mrs Roberts and her niece Miss Pauline Moorman returned from Texas and New Mexico Saturday Mrs Roberts was visiting her brother Cliff Moorman at Hillsboro Texas They report a most delightful trip 000H- arry Bell of Guston was down a Webster Saturday buying stock cattle 000-C Pate says he is doing a nice busi ness on the road and selling stacks of hardware 000V- icN D Snyder of Harned sold Robertson a fine Denmark saddle an harness horse for 5135 000J- esse Macey of Garfield who ha been very sick for three weeks was re ported better Saturday 000T- hos Northern one of the oldest men in the county who had a slighl stroke of paralysis is able to be out again 000J P Garner has bought the Allie Skillman farm near Basin Springs His c moving this week 000Mr and Mrs Wm M Honsley Mrs Blanch Raid and Mr B F Beard Har dinsburg Miss Amanda Dean Glen deane Mrs H H Edelen and children Burgjn Ky are in St Petersburg Fla enjoying sunshine pad flowers 000Luby Adkfwon Lodjburg is very sick 000M- ack C Huff the tie man fa re recoverydoub0 0 tII Miss Mtte Webb Glferideatie 1 returned frOhi a Visit to BeHatoFatltl Mrs RIWI Chitin Lewtopblt Saturday oooWaller Wilson is not a very old man but he has sixteen of the finest grandchildren j in the county No race suicide in his famili000Walter Moorman returned Saturday from a meeting of the State Fair Com mission He says Louisville made good her pledge tlC JloSOOO that a site will be purchased this week and the work of installing a permanent State Fair will be pushed to completion at once He says it will be one of the best Fairs in the country 000Mrs Crawford Beauchamp is very sick She is 70 years old and her re covery is doubtful 7s It Your Own Hair Do you pin your hat to your own hair Cant do it Havent enough hair It must be you do not know Ayers Hair Vigor Heres an intro duction May the acquaint ance result in a heavy growth of rich thick glossy hair I Use this splendid hairfood stop your falling hair and get l a rid of your dandruff- The belt kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years Mad by J O Ayer Co Lowell Mm AUo m nuf oturer of L SARSAPARILLA I lJeJ9C CHEHRV PILLS PECTORAL Over Work Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through lour kidneys once every three minutes sold may yourblood ter out the waste Impurities the blood they are sick or out fall to do their work Pains aches and rheu matism from ex cess of uric the blood due to neglected0 nI unsteadyheart kidney troubles they had heart trouble because the heart 1 overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries- It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble- If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderfulcures the most distressing cases and Is on Its merits flflY1centes You have a or In If of order they come acid In is of Pneocsfindhyou Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilme do Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mlstakeibut remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp YfU on every bottles The many friends of Eli Dean will be sorry to learn of his serious illness at his home near Glendeane CHENAULT J F Jarboe went to Hardinsburg Sunday attHardinsburg this week L H Bosley went to Louisville Sun day with a fine lot of hogs Martin Jarboe of Hardinsburg spent a few days last week with his brother J F Jarboe spentdSaturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs J F Jarboe grandschildren went to Irvington Saturday to visit her daughter Mrs Will Gardner Miss Margaret Stallmann after a pleasant visit to friends in Henderson returned home last week Miss Veranica Manning who has been teaching school at the Dutschke school house was closed last Friday with a nice entertainment We are glad to have Miss Veranica with us again A few from here attended church at Derby Ind Sunday STEPHENSPORT Charles Tinus has gone to Louisville for a few days Robert French shipped a car load of took from this place Tuesday There was several from here attended the entertainment at Holts Chapel Tuesday night Misses Annie and Lillie Dickman visited fit Holts several days last week 1hF pestH Qf Miss Vera Tinus br Brodskys1 patients are doing nicely under his treatment Mrs E H Miller is able to get out in town after being confined to her home l for some time Geo McCubbIns has a tike line of spring and summmer goods Little Henry Nevitt has returned home from Brandenburg W JShoop has gone back in his store on the corner of 1st and Water streets Ed Fox has moved out on Third street in the property vacated by Her man Deickman1 Dont forget to see those beautiful laces at Mrs G W Paynes Miss Jennie May Black visited in Hawesville Friday Tom Netherton of Letchfieldwas the guest of Miss Jennie May Black ThursdayMr Mrs Chas Tinus visited in the country Saturday Mrs Sarah McCoy and son Roland were in town Saturday- L B Helm is able to be out again Mrs Simmons is improving after a very severe attact of pneumonia Mrs Georgie Sargent is visiting in FordsvilleMiss McCoy was in town Friday Mrand M RSSkiUman are on the sich list- There was several from here attended court at Hardinsburg last week Mrs L B Helm is on the sick listv Ashtabula Disastrous Experience The city council of Ashtabulu 0 re tently passed an ordinance directing pat the municipal electric light plant Bo sold to the highest bidder The plant began operations In 1892 The construction cost exceeding 88000 of which 50000 Is regarded as a total loss owing to the plant having been allowed to run down Although operated on moonlight schedule the aver ago cost of arc lights has been In ex toss of 100 a year f P HARDINSBURQ Miss Ruth Miller of Irvington is visiting T J Hook and wife and other relatives Mrs Percy M Beard was in Louisville last week Mrs L B Reeves was the guest of Miss Jennie Green at Fulls of Hough last week Daniel JQuj ins and John U Comer of Hudsonville were her last week attending the Clarke murder trial Miss Mattye Reid was the guest of Coleman E Haswell and wife SundayThomas Day of Leitchfield who has been the guest of his brother Dr E F Day returned home FridayJ Layman and Judge doorman spent Sunday at Glendeane the guest of W R Moorman and wifeAmos Board went to Louisville SundayRoland A Smith of Stephens port was the guest W B Lonnin last week Dr John E Kincheloe was call ed to see Dr R H McMullen of McDaniels last week He is ill of typhoid fever At this writing he is somewhat improved George Evans went to St Louis Sunday on business James Jarboe of Chenault was the guest of Lewis Jarboe and wife last week Miss Minnie Lee Woolfolk of Brandenburg is visiting Miss Clara Hook TAR FORK Wash Robbins and Norvin Chancellor were in Cloverport Thursday 0 W Rice is improving in health slowly He has been confined in the I house most if the winter Eli Taul visited his father Sunday who is ill Eli Fisher served on petit jury at Hardinsburg last week Miss Irene Robbins will probably teach at Ryans school house this spring Miss Fisher of Rock Vale spent a few days last week at the home of her bro ther Eli The people here are generally very much agitated over the proposed change of mail route At any rate they want the post office to remain where it is Every daring burglar makes it his business to locate your money To be secure place it on deposit with us where it is insured against Burglary and other means of loss We also pay the highest rate in bank on time deposit Your business and influence solicited BANK OF CLOVERPORT OUOVKRPORT ICY SATISFACTIONIN Spring Is Opening Up That Calls for Lumber TELL US WHAT YOU WANT TO BUILD Well figure out the lum bor you need No worrying about that- Satisfaction in lumber is a big thing But you can get it here Lotus have your lumber order today We have what you want Seaton WeatherholtC- lowport Ky QUALITY VS PRICE Quality is remembered long after the price is forgotten and when we melee it possible to combine quality and price why longer delay In addition to this we are making such an offer just now as can ot fail to be appreciated Ilhis Unequaled Farm Wagon THE EBBERT is to be given away to 4one of our customers ABSOLUTELY FREE Notice the style examine closely the make look into all the particulars of its construction com pate it carefully with any other Wagon on the market and be con vinced as we are sure you will that it stands without a peer Farming Implements Field Seeds and Fertilizers The time of the year is now at hand when the farmer must be looking out for the things necessary for making a good crop TVe are on the spot with a good line of Plows such as the ROYJLL BEAUTY at 1050 THE VULCAN CHILLED No 12 wood beam at 850 No 11 at S2o No 10 at8THE 110BINSON CHILLED in nintibers from 18 to 20 ranging in price from x650 to 7 BLOUNTS DOUBLE SHOVEL I the best on the market at 58 each Disc Harrows With the Missouri Moline 1I DlltchI J Girl Disc Harrow4 wefear no com I petition Give it a trial and itI will then sell itself i II Mill Gregory Co Props Cloverport Ky We have Contractor Jas M Lewis as sociated with us and can furnish plans and estimates for buildings Our Mill Work Is of good material and best workmanship and our prices grades of Roofing at prices from 1 to 325 per squars Our best Ruberoid will last as long as the building clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Expert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May d Co Cnnneltou Ind Sent on Approval Send no Money WE WILL TRUST YOU 10 DAYSSZoo HAIR SWITCH Send a lock of your hair and we tsatisfactory remit 200 In ten JL S The Famous WD MEDAL j Field SeedscAre the kind we have to offer and their past record for purity j and genuiness is a sufficient i anty of their superior merit With Clover Slue Grass TinLJJ othy Red Top Orchard Grass or most any thing in this line we are ready to supply you l Pure White Seed Oats W l t We can supply you on short no 1 tice with these seeds at reasonableI prices Swifts Brands of W The Best is the Cheapest and as t 1 these goods stand a good length ahead of any and all others we do fitm Inot hesitate to offer them to our customers as a of excellence and purity IU B El BEARD CO Hardinsburg Ky Cloverport Planing reasonableWe StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor finehuman moreInclose y3S84thAve youI guari Northern FERTILIZERS standard JEWELRY I The finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks ClocksSilverware SilverwareHolloware HollowareFlatware Musical instruments and findings TI Ci Lewis Son Hardinsburg Ky COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop US lo 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and night Rates 1100 per day Farms for Sale FARM NO I 120 acres located 12 mile east of Morris Bulldingsonel7croorbrick ed and good cellar under whole house On brick smoke bouoe 2 large barns 1 graDa- ranl1WorkshopAl ten farm and water Wo will sell this fpr ieway the buildings are worth p FARM NO2250 acre farm located 12 mile west of Cede gootreegood upland suitable for tobacco and ge oral farming balance In Umber Building one 7room frame house I large barn 1 larigranary and tool house Creek runs throng center of farm All fenced and a you orchardPrice 3000 Per Acre We re serve timber FARM NO 3 nertbMotamora t good bottom land balance rolling Me bedoodi JfIPMtUJiI uncleaned land having cut off timber In tti dwelUnbOusesbarns Will sell this farm for 18250 peracri wifurnishwill make an Ideal stock farm all being I MB6samples of tobacco raised on this farm H year t peffecttcanabove farms Our terms are 14 C hliance on time to suit purchaserICall or write ustThe Hillenbrand Corn Beitevlll IndIntr T FiI U She Breckenridge News EDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1907 A FACT 4 BOUT THE BLUES What Is known as the Blues h seldom occasioned by actual exist 18 external condltloas but In thegreat majority of cases by a disorder Ml LIVER THIS IS A FACTS which may be demonstra ted by trying a course of IoUs Pills They control and regulate the LIVER They bring hope and bouyancy to the ited They bring health and elastic My to the body TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE Chas Goff of Tar Fork was here SaturdayS Chas Fallon is ill at his home in the West End Dr So H Adkisson of Webster was here Monday Wm Blaine was here from Stephens port Sunday Miss Virgie Daniel is visiting iinl wensboro 1V Miss Carrie Tucker was in Stephens port last week Frank Claycomb of Irvington where ns Saturday- Mr and Mrs A Percell were i Evansville Sunday Miss Lucetta Miller returned home from Holt Saturday Richard Witt of Ekron was a guest of J C Nolte last week Souvineer post cards of local floo scenes at Brabandts Miss Ruth Haynes has returned home from Rockport Ind Mrs Nathaniel Tucker has been visit ing relatives in Stephensport Mrs Hubert Beard was the guest o Mrs F L Lightfoot last week Miss Inez Gregory and Mrs Clyde Morrison went to Louisville Friday Frank Ditto of Arkansas was the guest of Mrs J D Babbage Monday The Breckenridge News and Daily Louisville Herald both one year for 2 Miss Elizabeth Skillman returned Sat urday from a ten ddys stay at Louisville Sweet potatoes Baldwin eating apples and oranges at Babbages the Big Store Mrs Chas Jackson and daughter rarrie Mae went to Stephensport Sat urdayDr and Mrs Chas Windelkin and daughter have gone to Richmond to liveJohn T Ditto was the guest of Mr and Mrs J D Babbage Saturday and Sunday The Misses Willis entertained Misses FEARFUL ITCHING BURNING S RS Boy In Misery 12 YearsEczema Spread Over Body in Rough Scales Cracked Inflamed and SwollenCase Pronounced Incurable but Completely Cured by Two Sets of Cuticura Remedies I HIS SKIN NOW FINE AND SMOOTH AS SILK U I wish to inform you that your wonderful Cuticura has put a stop to twelve years of misery I passed with my son As an infant I noticed on samefwith different remedies for about five totthediof his body The longer the doctors treated him the worse it grew During formlikecracked inflamed and badly swollen nearlybreaks sufferingofmiseryhadnorcouldOne doctor told me that my sons uptorarticle In the paper about the wonderful Cuticura and decided to give it a trial OintmentisIhgdthetimecura Soap Cuticura Ointment and Cutl BoistIlchaelStelnmanBrooklynN1905e FOR WOMANS EYE onthecleansingthuseconomicaltreatmentforrelaxations displacements and pains as well as such sympathetic affections as r ao mla chlorosis hysteria nervous Bess and debility drQlemwMalleU Free Ilow to Cure Bkln Uuraon Evelyn Herndon and Reba Lewis nt dinner Sunday Call at Prestons for the best flour Mrs Jako Morrison is on the sick list Lump coal 12 cents per bushel in 25 bushel lots at City Coal Co Mrs J H Wills went to Hawesville SundayMiss Annie Jarboe is visiting at SkillmanMrs F Sawyer is visiting relatives in Hawesville Mr and Mrs Carl Lishen will live in Mattoon Ill Miss Hattie Sterrette of Skillman is the guest of relatives i Born Feb 16 to the wife of John Neubeaur a boy Currie Mrs L B Sawyer is in Hawesville with her mother who is ill Miss Kate Oglesby entertained the Ladies Reading Club last Thursday The Louisville Daily Herald and the Breckenridge News both for one year for f2- Lump coal 12 cents per bushel in 25 bushel lots at City Coal CoIMrs J H Stites of Louisville was here Saturday the guest of Mrs J H Wills Mrs J H Wills spent Sunday in Hawesville with her cousin Mr Steve Hawley The Epworth League will give a Martha Washington social Friday even ing at Oelzes Hall Ainslees Iagazine The Ladies Home Journal and all the late magazines for 1sale at the News Office Morrison Calhoon dentists oMce downstairs 206 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Lump coal 12 cents per bushel in 25 bushel lots at City Coal Cod Cind cinnati Memphis packets passed up Monday noon landing here Tracing paper for embroidery PUt pofes for sale at the News Office 10 cents per sheet postage 1 cent StephensportfJ the latter part of last week Mr and Mrs Louis Adams and son Clarence spent Thursday in Louisville with Mrs Truman Adams George Powers died at his home in Cannelton last Wednesday He wan a brother of Mrs David Wilson Mrs Fred Fraize is the guest of Mrs R N Hudson at Versailles She will return home the middle of March Miss Josie Berry returned to Hender son Monday after a short visit to her parents Mr and Mrs S R Berry Mrs J T Lewis will entertain this week at a Tacky Party in honor of her guest Miss Evelyn Herndon of Ekron Miss Addie G Ditto was called to Brandenburg Sunday to be ai the bed side of Mrs Wm Ditto who is serious ly illMr and Mrs C D Hambleton have returned home from a visit to their daughter Mrs Ernest Pate at Evans vine If you want to make your wife happy get her a sack of Lewisport Flour sold in Cloverport by Preston Williams and OConnellMr N Robbins has moved here from Ilardinsbursr He is a good sub stantial citizen and we welcome him to our town Frank Fraize will be 74 years of age next Friday Feb 22 He is hale and hearty and a very well preserved man for his age- Lump coal 12 Cents per bushel in 25 bushel lots at City Coal Co Little Miss Effie Orum who has been visiting her sister Mrs James Taul of Evansville for several weeks has re turned home Mrs James Williamsof WaitmanMr Sam Porter of Matton Ill and Ed Porter of Owensboro are here to see their father who is very low with cancer Aunt Polly Board colored for many years a faithful servant of Mrs Frank Fraize died Friday night The funeral wns held Sunday at the colored Methodist church Rev B M Currie announces that the annual protracted meeting of the Methodist church will begin the fourth Sunday in March Rev Thomas of Owensboro assisting Call for the Lewisport flour on sale at OConnelPs Miss Lydia Frank left Monday for Louisville to spend a month there in a wholesale millinery house to study the spring styles in hats Mr Fred Fraize left last week for Florida to be gone until the fourteenth of March During his absence Mrs Fraize will visit her sister Mrs R N Hudson at Versailles Mrs Chas Boufier and children have been here visiting her mother Mrs Hamman and other relatives She will leave shortly for Stonega Va where Mr Boufier has opposition Lump coal 12 cents per bushel in 25 bushel lots at City Coal Co WHEN YOU WRITE MENTION THE NEWSI 1 q f til I I Martha Washington at Home Friday Evening Feb22 1907 At Oelzes Hall o Refreshments served by Marthas Slaves rA 10 E1 CENT I BOTTLE OF- GLYCERINE I I III I Chapped Skin I SEVERS DRUG CO II55SSSS53S5S LJWant II I Advertisements Inserted under this bead atone centa word per week- ANTEDYoung I girl for light houseVT work Good homo and wades M lIUler 1600 Frankfort Ave Louisville Ky 1 andTherapeuttsIsm etc 3KB paRcH well bound Price 25 cents Hreclrenrldlre News undborn SWW treesCushSons Cloverport Iy FOIL SALEA good sowing machine for I followingFORSALEAn Ideal cash register for write to The Brecken ridge News Cloverport Ky X1ANTED Ash Logs and Cord Material for Handles Owunsboro Shovel and Tool Co Owensboro Ky FOR SALEA tuition certificate In the Green Business College Breck enrldgo News COR SALEGold ringwith pretty setting rworth 14 for 51i5 Exchange Department orBreckenrldge News Cloverpt Ky FOR SALEI06 acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six in woodland Good barn IB acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 11500 cash For further particulars write the Brcckenridge News Cloverport Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE 510 3rd Street Louisville K- vDR II TAYLOR Representing m I TAYLOR KEENE DENTISTS iiOF OWENSBORO i Will be in Cloverport on date announced later i n I IEET ME AT NOLTEI Those who are getting ready for their Tobacco Crops please I keep us in mind on TOBACCO CLOTH 1 II We will be glad to supply your II wants while it lasts 11JI I I Cloverport KyIt DO YOUR BAKING for extra entertaining Not unless you have provided yoursel with a sack ofCADICKS CADICKSGOLD FLOURIi 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 Cadick MillingI CoGrandvlewSInd AUCTION CLEARANCE SALE I II IT- a I 4LV 7 Y I 4T DRY GOODS GROCERIES Boots Shoes Clothing Hats Caps Hardware Tinware Queensware and everything else found in an uptodate store P r 7 T Everything goes under the Hammer without regard to cost J LY I 4T 4V 4 We must have room for new Spring Stock I = F P T r Jt TJq This is thetime of your life to get bargains T T r c D F r Sle ComrnencesIWEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27 1907 andcontinues two days 4 4T 4T b GLASSCOCK 8 CO Glendeaoie Ky CHRIS AHL Auctioneer f TTTNEWS OF KENTUCKY Terslcy Told Information Concerning Matters of Current Interest ta Ken uckiaro THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELl Here Are Found Accurately Detalle the Happenings of the Largest Ini port Which Are Attracting Atten tlon Throughout Kentucky Lexington Ky Fob 16In the Scott circuit court at Morgantown Circuit Judge R L Stout decided that he could not conscientiously try the case of Caleb Powers charged with the assassination of Governor William Goebel In 1900 because he had been connected with the trial of James Howard on the same charge and had r since then consulted with Attorney Franklin for the prosecution as to- many points of the case Special Judge RobbIns will now- Ii probably call the trial term for some- timer in the summer The defense wished Stout to try Powers while the prosecution objected RACING LICENSES GRANTED Kentucky Racing Commission Holds Important Session at Lexington Lexington Ky Feb 11The Ken tucky Racing commission in session hero granted a license to the new Louisville Jockey club and to the Douglass Park of Louisville and the Racing Association at Lexington and to the Latonla Racing association at LouisvilleThe was adjourned until Feb 16 when representatives of each track were invited to be present and dates will be allotted for the various meetingsThe resolution was unan imously adopted Resolved That it IB the sense of the commission that there was too much racing In Ken tucky during 1906 and for the best Interests of racing dates should be reduced along certain lines ANTITRUST LAW STANDS Kentucky Court of Appeals Decides Harvesting Machine Case Frankfort Ky Feb 9The Ken tucky court of appeals has sustained the validity of the act of the general assembly prohibiting the formation of trusts combines and pools of In terests The decision of the court was announced In a case of the Inter national Harvesting Machine company of America against the commonwealth on appeal from Trimble county In the lower court the company was In- dIcted on a charge of fixing prices to be charged by agents for harvesting machines It was convicted and a tine of 2000 entered Far Famed Stud Dispersed Lexington Ky Feb HThe far famed Meadow Thorpe stud estab lished twent tour years ago by the lato Col James E Pepper has been dispersed The horses and farm brought an aggregate of 81050 The prices paid for horses were the high est in years and the result does not Indicate that Kentucky breeders fear adverse legislation to racing In the east Prince Pepper the chestnut stallion which the Japanese Mikado tried to buy from Col Pepper two years ago for his Imperial stud was purchased by a Kentucky breeding bureau and will remain in this state Crushed by a Falling Tree Petersburg Ky Feb 9Thomas Corcoran a prosperous bachelor farm er while engaged with his brothers sear this city in felling trees was caught underneath and one of his legs was crushed He was removed to Cincinnati for treatment Corcoran Is fortyfive years old lIe was prepar tug to enter the priesthood of the Catholic church At last accounts he was not expected to live i Skull Flattened Bullet Frankfort Ky Feb 14Sister Cook a negro woman was shot in the back of the head with a 38callber pistol ball and it flattened against her A skull without even knocking her down or rendering her unconscious The shot was fired by John Shelton at another negro named Ward and it Accidentally hit Sister Cook Trainmen Get a Raise Roanoke Va Feb nIt Is an nounced that the Norfolk Western railroad company has increased the wages of its englneeers brakemen and conductors The amount of the m Increase Is not stated Last year all the men received an advance of 10 per cent tffr Eloped with Girl of Thirteen Whltesburg Ky Feb 9Ransom Sexton seventeen and Cora Flanary thirteen fled forty miles on foot across the Cumberland and Black mountains through a storm of sleet to Whltesburg where they were mar- rIed Eacht Policemen Kill Other Rogersvllle Tenn Feb 15Pollce roan James Wright and James Berrett of MIddleboro Ky shot and killed each other In a raid on an alleged 1gambling resort Owensboro Ky Feb 13The Rev W O Archer of this city has accepted a call to the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Evansville 0Il HELD FOR EMBEZZLEMENT Charge Against Treasurer of Gleaners Society Causes Sensation Bloomington 111 Feb 15A tr mimlous sensation developed here IM the arrest of Miss Helen Dixon t pretty girl who for two years l1v been treasurer of the Gleaners smrr ty of the Second Christian chnrcb I beiiiE alleged that she had embezzler 1300 of the church funds She wns the custodian of men that had been earned by the soc P- In various ways the money to L applied upon the jlayment of a un organ This organ had Just arrlvu nt an expense of 2200 When ills Dixon was asked for the money I It her possession she could give no re ply simply stating that she had IK jug to say regarding the money A efforts to secure some information from her failed and it finally became necessary to place her under arrest Miss DIxon came from Michigan where hor parents are supposed to reside She Is also said to have a brother In Chicago She is unusually pretty and was a great favorite In church and social circles All efforts to have her talk about the location of her parents or any relatives have so far been futile Be cause of her reticence an aIr of mystery has been given the case Some people think she may have the money in her possession She always kept the drawers In her room securely locked when she was away When told that she might be arrested if she did not make some explanation she said Then I go to Jail TilE TEXAS WONDER Cures nil Kidney Bladderand Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2020H Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky testimonials Inheritance Tax Claims Newman III Feb 15 Inheritance tu amounting to several thousand collars have been claimed by the state from estates In this county The estate of John Warner father of Yes plan Warner commissioner of pen lions yields a tax of 15000 Traveling Saleman Bankrupt Danville III Feb liA petition In bankruptcy has been filed in the fedt1ral court here by Marion Williams a traveling salesman of Eaton III HIs liabilities are 6000 and assets 245 CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Slgnaturo of = BSE dot Ills 5000 The man who passedilhere a few weeks ago walking on the water of the Ohio river reached his destination New Orleans with justthreequnrtersof3nnf courto spare JfHis wager was tojjwalk from Cincinnati to New Orleans in forty lays He made the trip in 39 days 23 hours and 15 minutes He probably pent the extra threequarters of an hour counting his five thousand fdollars after he got there Cannelton Enquir cr Piles get quick relief from Dr Sboope lagic Ointment Remember its wads lone for Pilesand it works with certainty and satisfaction Itching painful protmdiDgor blind piles disappear like magic by its use Try it and see Sold by Severs Drug Company Hewitt Duncan At 730 pm Wednesday Jan 23 a- very pretty home wedding took place at the winter residence of Mr and Mrs Rf B Ganaway the well known and opular stockman of this city when the- Re Henry G Hanson joined in holy matrimony Miss Agnes Duncan of itillwater MennesotA to My Claude Hew tt of Anaconda this state The ride was dressed in a dark blue travel- Ing suit and carried a large bouquet of iolets The home was tastefully decorated with large white and red roses and white and red trimmings making an acceptable contrast to the blizzard of- of snow raging outside After the ceremony Mrs Ganaway aunt of the ride entertained the guests with a toothsome supper The bride is a Kentuckian by birth and a descendant of the well known old Virginia families the Paytons and Duncans The groom isi one of the office staff of the Amalgamated Smelting company of Anacon da The young couple left on a late rain for their new home followed by the best and the heartiest vishes of heir many friends and prehaps just a little heartier on account of the cold welcome of the elements Mrs Duncan mother of the bride and Payton a irother with many friends were pre sentHarlem lint News Piles of people have Piles Why suffer rom piles when you can use DeWitts arboltzed Witch Hazel Salve and get elief Nothing else so good Beware oC imitations See that the name is tamped on each box Sold by all Iruggists Wealthy Farmer Dead Paris Ill Feb 15 William Walls eightyfive years old one of the wealthiest farmers of this county is dead here Waller was a native of Bavaria but came to this country in his youth landing at Galveston Tex where he subsequently enlisted in the campaign against the city of Mexico After the war ho went to Cincinnati and later crime to this county which had sine been his home Cocaine which lull the nerves never yet cured Nasal Catarrh The heavy feeling in the forehead the stuffed up sensaton and the waterydischarge from eyes and noses along with all the other miseries attending the disease are put to route by Elys Cream Balm Smell taste and hearing are restored breath ing is normalUntil you try this remedy you can form no idea of the good it will do you Is applied directly to the sore spot All druggists 50c Mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Actress Attempts Suicide Paris Feb 15Mlle Bellanger one of the leading actresses at the Odeon theater made an unsuccessful attempt to commit suicide She threw herself into the Seine but was rescued by some river men The recent death of her mother had affected her brain A weeks treatnent for rheumatism and bladder troubles for 25 cents That is what you get in a small box of DeWitts Kidney aud Bladder Pills Nothing else so good for all troubles caused by im pure blood Sold by all druggists New York Papers Cautioned New York Feb 12Uulted States District Attorney Stimson of this city has served notice on the publishers of all the principal newspapers of this city that he Intend i to bring before the United States grand jury for crim- Inal prosecution all violations of the federal laws against the circulation of obscene matter In reporting the Thaw trial If you are Constipated dull or bilious or have a sallow lifeless complexion try Iaxets just once to see what they will do for you Laxets are little toothsome Candy tablets nicetoetnice in effect N i griping no pain Just a gentle laxative fleet thAt IIs pleasinglyrlrsirI nbK Handy f6r the vent pocket or purse LxxetN come to you in beauti ful lithographed metal boxes at f cents and 21 cents Sold by Severs Drug Conc pany Letter From Joe Jr Carters Landing KyFeb13 1907 Mr J D Babbage Editor News Great Scotts how time does fly It dont seem thirty minutes since we sent in our subscription But the label on our Herald says dig down if you want a daily for another daily for another year so enclosed find mncuma to pay for a years subscription to the News and Herald Foxs Cartoons arljworth the money Isis cartoons on the street car situation- on Brook street are schuroly the goods But say one of Foxs cartoons came very near causing a calamity in our family last week Well you know paw he never laughs unless the price of hogs and coon hides goc up Well sir we showed one of them cartoons to paw ie got so tickled he shook all the plastering off the ceiling It cost paw thirty dollars to repair the damage Paw swares he will never laugh again Cow Mr Editor we are not going to brag on the News for this reason You would get chesty swelled up and get the big head Wouldnt speak too a common country hay seed for at least a year so we will just say that when the sews arrives every week at Carters landing we all smile a smile that never rubs off- Wishing you success we remain as giver Joe Mulhatten Jr OLD PEOPLE NEEDVINOL t Because it contains the very elements needed to rebuild wasting tissues and replace feebleness with strength We return money if it fails to benefit Severs Drug Cot ti r + GREAT ENTERPRISE Exposition Work Progressing Famously In Louisville MUCH ENTHUSIASM ON ALL SIDE3 Louisville Business Men Do Work of the Greater Louisville Exposition Which Opens March 18 For Two WeeksMovement One of Interect to the Whole State Filled with exhibits representing many varied lines of manufacturing Industry the Greater Louisville Expo sition will open In the vast Armory of the First Kentucky Regiment in Lou isville on March 18 The plans of the Exposition Company have matured rapidly since November 21 when the enterprise was officially launched and when the organization of the exposi tion forces was begun With no Idea of profit but with the purpose of showing to all sections of this great state what its metropolis can do and is doing the members of the Louisville Commercial Club went into the exposition work and the peo pIe of this and all other sections of Kentucky as well as In the South and Southeast will find there much of pleasure and of profit The awaken ing of Louisville has been evident to all lovers of Kentucky and now Lou A T MACDONALD President of the Greater Louisville Exposition Company Who First Proposed the Exposition Plan Jsvllle Is making ready to entertain all Kentucky In particular and all other people in general besides at the saute time showing what she has ac complished Louisville occupies the first place in many lines of manufacturing industry besides being very near the top In very many others From all these lines there came at the call of the Exposition Company hundreds of ex positpn workers who gave of their time their thought and their labor to filling the vast building with the elab orate exhibits which will be seen there from March 18 to 30 Foremost among the many indus tries in Louisville stands the tanning trade with its allied lines There are thirteen immense tanneries fn Louis Yllle and these furnish Jeather to scores of manufacturing plants requir ing leather as raw material Those in Louisville who know have declared that Louisville leather represented in the Greater Louisville Exposition will furnish deep surprise for exposition visitorsIn manufacture of agricultural Implements and farm wagons Louis ville takes second place to no city Three magnificent plants turn out a wonderful array of laborsaving de vices for the planter while an im mense wagon factory the largest In the world ships Its products not only north south east and west through out this broad land but to other coun tries as well- Millions of yards of cloth In varied textures are cut yearly by the clothing factories in Louisville Within the past decade Louisville has taken a rec ognized poslton as one oC the princi pal centers in the manufacture of clothing There Is no city in the Union where Louisvillemade garments are not worn In the manufacture of food products ho less than In the other necessaries of life Louisville stands out as a preeminent center The Greater Louisville Exposition Company has Invited the people of Kentucky to go to the exposition and the railroads serving those people have established a rate of one faro for the round trip during the exposi tion period The Lee Line Company and Louisville Evansvlllo Packet Company have made a rate of a faro and a third including meals and state room for the the same period while the Louisville Cincinnati Packet Company has announced that the rate will be one fare for the exposition period exclusive of meals and stateroom and the Exposition Company offers besides the Interest In the ex position twp daily concerts by the ta mous band of the Neapolitan band master Creatore and other excellent features for the low admission rate of twentyfive cents Imitations of the Greater Louisville Exposition are still strongly in evi dence In all likelihood Kansas City Will follow Louisvilles lead next year according to the latest advl es from the city on the Kaw j t Sloans I Liniment I I NeciRh I CroupSore Neuralgia At all Dealers Price 25c 50c 6 100 Sent Free Sloans Book on Horses 1Cattle Hogs 6 Poultry 4 I Address Dr Earl 5 Sloan 6I5 Albany Sh Boston Mass A I BIG FACTORIES A DMMOW BRAND z CUSHION ASQESdo4fCWlftgIiJINN MLWoureaI Womens 350 Mens 350 to 500 The most comfortable shoe for tender feet that it is possible to make Our Easy Feet shoe is made in softest Kid and Calf Leathers in neat styles by our special process with a Mattress Insole of rackdownfoot and remains springy and comfortable I DIAMOND BRAND Wf MAKE MORE FINE SHOES TfilAy ANY artief HOUSE NTHE WeST THE- y Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr yr r3 Fr32 ITtoo most centrally located and only firstclass hotel ID the clymskll1l1I1200 rate Only one block from the principal shopplntfaistrlct and two blocks tropI tthet of the cityIEverything neat 8lldtcleallt t N 1 A N The Bank iandi I CAPITAL 5popoqq B P BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier IAut COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS I Morris Eskihlge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson BF Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson BearJ1II Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis I trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or Bur- glary4nd Jc J n Florida and CubaJThe Winter Playground Easily and Quickly Reached Via the RailwayAnd Fast and convenient schedules comfortable Pullman Equip ment Dining Car Service Attractive tours through Florida spending delightful sea voyage to Havana Cuba Key W est or Nassau N P at low rates Variable RniitrPr bnfe going via Asheville and the Land of the Sky returning direct or vice versa with stopover privileg es Florida Special1n service again beginningJanuary 7th Solid irain with latest Pullman e and St Augustine without change Florida Limited now on daily Cheap Homeseekers Tickets on sale to Texas Oklahoma Ind an Ter ritory Arkansas Kansas and other points in the West Southest and Southeast December 18 January 1 and 15 February 5 and 9 and March 5 and 19 For Illustrated Literature Rates and oomplete information address any agent of the Southern Railway or C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent OUISVILLE KY J J F LOGAN Traveling Pass Agent Lexington Ky J C BEAM Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOUIS J II 1- t r S r t 0 i 0 i IIiTTI C PER CAPITA OF TAXATIO It For the Various Counties In thi 1 2 State for 1906 Compiled in Auditors Office I Frankfort Ky Feb 12A compile 1 tlon just completed by Assistant Audi F tor C E Booe for the benefit of Inquir i Ing taxpayers and for information of the State Board of Equalization now in I session shows the per capita of taxa tion in the various counties of the State I for the year 1906 and the iveragi amount of taxes paid by each individ ual in the Commonwealth to be 127 I This is based upon the census taken iIn r 1900 the last taken in Kentucky and the total amount of taxes collected from individuals on the work of the several County Assessors for last year The compilation shows that the people of Woodford county pay the larges per capita of taxation they paying las year4t26 The smallest per capita is paid in the county of Elliott whist shows up with an average of but forty cents per individual The average of the county of Jefferson is 306 Y The showing for each county in the State according to the compilation iis as followsI Adair 79 Knox 88 Allen 54 LaRue 1 2- Anderson1 23 Laurel 64 Bollard 1 25 Lawrence 66 Barren 84 Lee 60 Bath 154 Leslie 1 05 Bell 98 Letcher 91 Boone 2 93 Lewis 70 Bourbon 3 87 Lincoln 1 51 Boyd 1 75 Livingston 1 10 Boyle 2 88 Logan 1 02 Bracken 1 34 Lyon 80 Breathitt 60 Madison 1 85 Breckenridge 97 Magoffin 54 Bullitt 134 Marion 1 23 Butler 76 Marshall 85 Gladwell 101 Martin 81 Calloway 1 00 Mason 2 35 1 85 McCracken 1 87 Carlisle 1 13 McLean 92 Carroll 1 41 Meade 1 32 Carter 46 Menefee 42 Casey 57 Mercer 2 Of Christian 1 37 Metcalfe 67 Clark 2 95 Monroe 7f Clay 55 Montgomery 2 24 Clinton 64 Morgan 7C Crittenden 96 Muhlenberg 6S Cumberland 83 Nelson 1 98 Daviess 1 83 Nicholas 1 7C Edmonson 71 Ohio 87 Elliott 40 Oldham 2 47 Estill 50 Owen 9C Fayette 4 11 Owsley 6S Fleming 1 48 Pendleton 1 17 j Floyd 63 Perry 76 Franklin 1 57 Pike 84 Fulton 1 79 Powell 6S ySallatin 1 28 Pulaski 77 Garrard u 2 18 Robertson 99 Grant 1 30 Rockcastle 48 Graves 124 Rowan 66 Grayson 54 Russell 64 Green 47 Scott 2 50 Greenup 65 Shelby 2 83 Hancock 1 01 Simpson 1 28 Hardin 1 05 Spencer 1 30 Harlan 1 33 Taylor 58 Harrison 1 98 Todd 1 03 Hart 84 Trigg 94 Henderson 1 74 Timble 106 Henry 1 64 Union 1 39 Hickman 1 66 Washington 1 29 Hopkins 96 Wayne 1 04 Jackson 52 Webster 86 Jefferson 3 06 Whitley 83 Jessamine 2 43 Wolfe 88 Johnson I 68 Woodford 4 26 kenton 2 59 Warren 1 63 Knott 79 Nothing will relieve Indigestion that is not a thorough digestant Kodol digests what youeat and allows the stomach to restrecuperategrow strong again Kodol is a solution of digestive acids and as nearly as possible approximates the digestive juices that are found in the stomach Kodol takes the work of digestion off the digestive organs and while performing this work itself does greatly assist the stomach to a thorough rest In addition the ingredients of Kodol are such as to make it a correc tive of the highest efficiency and by its action the stomach is restored itsInormal activity and power Kodol is manufactured in strict conformity with the National Pure Food and Drugs Law r Sold by all druggists DELAY IN THAW CASE Death of a Jurors Wife Leads to Post ponement of Trial New York Feb 15Another tragic chapter In the history of the Thaw White episode was written yesterday when grim death stepped In to halt the famous trial In Its fourth week The wife of Juror No 11 Mrs Joseph B Bolton passed away yesterday afternoon soon after her husband had reached her bedside He had been summoned from the courtroom where the trial had been in progress for less than fifteen minutes The formal ant nouncement of Mrs Boltons death was made In court shortly after the hour set for the afternoon session and Justlcd Fitzgerald Immediately order ed an adjournment of the case until next Monday morning The court r also ordered with the consent of coun sel that the other eleven jurymen be given their liberty and no longer held together He admonished the Jurors to be guided by their honesty and their paths and not to read the news papers or discuss the Thaw case with anybody Jk 0 TORw 1M Kh4 1eIaM tYJL I a BETRAYED OFFICE SECKET3 Big Colonial Scandall Being Aired R Court In Germany Berlin Feb 1uThe trial of Osca Poeplau formerly an assistant in tpp archives division of the foreign office and later transferred to the colonla bureau of the foreign office has begun here Poeplau Is accused of taking official letters from the file of the foreign office and through an Inter medlary giving them to Herr Roopen one of the Center party leaders In the rolclistag This Is a part of the so called colonial scandal which Herr Roepen and others of his party stirrer up In tho rejchstag charging the cola nlal bureau with mismanagement and favoritismPoeplau It Is charged was dls missed from tho public service on account of indiscretions and it is claimed thrft he took the documents and turned them over to the Centei leader out bf a spirit of revenge for his dismissal A Healing Gasp iThe Rev J C Warren pastor of Sharon Baptist Church Beliar Gasay of Electirc Bitters Its a godsend to mankind It cured me of lame back stiff joints and complete physical col lapse I was so weak it took tni hal an hoar to walk a mile Two bottles of Electric Bitters have made me strong I have just walked three miles in 50 min utes and feel like walking three more Its made a new man of me Greale t reme Jy for weakness and all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints bol under guarantee at Severs Drug Co Price sOc Editor Quick on the Trigger Pcmdleton Ore Feb nJohn P McManus editor of the Pilot Rock Record shot and killed Robert Eaten gambler In a saloon yesterday after noon No motive is known to exist for the shooting as the men were not acquainted It Is presumed McManus took Estes for another man whom the iditor believed had robbed him last week An Ohio Execution Columbus Ohio Feb 16Fred Caster convicted of killing Polled Officer Dan E Davis while fleeing from a Columbus residence which he had robbed In June 1905 was electrocuted in the annex at the Ohio penitentiary i few minutes past midnight The Yellow Fever Germ has recently been discovered It bears a close resemblance to the malaria germ To free the system front disease germs he most effective remedy is Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed to cure all Uncases due to malaria poison and constipation 25c at Sever Drug Co CONGRESSIONAL SUMMARY Friday A new high record In prl rate pension bills was made by the house when 725 bills were passed In an hour and a half The naval appropriation bill carrying 195426000 was then taken up The senate passed the Indian appropriation bill after which the army appropriation- bill carrying a total of 81500000 was taken up- SaturdayThe house had under consideration the naval appropriation till while the senate was considering the army bill Without a dissenting voice a bill appropriating 12500 toward the erection of a monument to General William Henry Harrison on the Tippecanoe battlefield in Tlppe anoe county Indiana was passed The appropriation Is contingent upon he voting of an equal amount of money by the Indiana legislature MondayBills relating to the government of the District of Columbia were considered In the house The enate passed the army appropriation jlll carrying 81600000 TuesdayThe senate occupied the day in argument on the bill granting he government the right to take an appeal on points of law In criminal cases The District of Columbia ap iroprlatlon bill carrying 10724532 was reported After the passage of a timber of bills under unanimous consent the house resolved Itself into committee of the whole to consider the naval appropriation bill Wednesday The senate passed the bill giving the government the right to appeal to the supreme court for a construction of the constitutionality of any law Involved In a criminal suit The District of Columbia appropriation bill carrying nearly 11000000 was passed The conference report on tbe Immigration bill was received and ead but action was deferred The senate broke all records by passing 991 pension bills in one hour and six minutes A message from President oosevelt urging consideration of leg ilatlon affecting the public lands was received and read in both houses Headway was made by the house In- Its consideration of the naval appro nation bil- lThursdayThe e senate had under consideration the Immigration bill and the agricultural appropriation bill The aval appropriation bill occupied tho ntire time of the house You ought to know what you are giving your baby You will know if you use lascasweet and take the trouble to look- at the wrapper x Every iugredient is shown there in plain English Casca weet is best corrective for the stomachs off babies and children Sold by all rugijisb iIiIi IwoI CLOUD As Yet Scarcely the Bigness of a Mans Hand let full of Possibilities JAPAN AND THE UNITED STATE Mayor Schmltz and the San Francis School Coard Talk Things Over With President RooseveltThe Japanese View on Exclusion Question Washington Fob HThe Jafoane school controversy is settled Insof as President Roosevelt Mayor Schml and the members of the San Francisco school board are concerned An amicable adjustment of the questlo now rests with congress If thr amendment to the Immigration bill proposed liy Secretary Root excludln foreigners who use their passports tc secure admission to the United State to tho detriment of labor condition In this country is accepted by th senate and house and the Immigration bill Is passed at this session of congress the San Francisco board of ei ucatlon will rescind Its order estal llshlng the Oriental schools unless thl Japanese government agrees to D proposition for separate schools whlc will provide equal facilities for thl Japanese children Mayor Schmitz and his associate had a conference with the president late yesterday afternoon and assured Mr Roosevelt that the amendment to the Immigration bill was entirely sat- Isfactory to them Secretary Root participated In the conference and mad a report on his negotiations with tit Republican leaders In congress and the Japanese ambassador While Mayor Schmitz and the members of the school board are still hopeful that Viscount Aokl the Japaneap ambassador will agree to separat schools In California they stand willing to rescind the order establishing the Oriental schools and again admit Japanese children to the white schools Mayor Schmitz pointed out to President Roosevelt and Secretary Root the advantages that will be gained by the Japanese children If the Oriental schools are maintained and expressed a willingness to give the Japanese equal educational facllltlei to those given to the white children of San Francisco If the Japanese government will agree to this proposition the school board will establlal a sufficient number of Oriental schools to accommodate the Japanese and wit give the children Individual Instruction Mayor Schmitz says that the Japanese make faster progress In tlu Oriental schools than they do In the white schools and that In the mixer schools the Japanese only retard the progress of the white children STANDS ON TREATY RIGHTS Prominent Japanese Paper Gives Its Views on the Subject Toklo Feb HThe Jljl In a load- Ing editorial anent the San Francisco Incident expresses disbelief In the possibility of the adoption of a new treaty mutually restricting labor Immigration as a solution of the public school controversy The JIJI declares that It Is aware that a large number of Japanese are going to San Francisco from Hawaii and that this fur Migration is causing jealousy on the part of white labor but It contends hat this Is due to the Imperfect pro visions of the existing law which light be remedied by an agreement m the part of both governments but which should constitute an entirely separate subject of discussion as not concerning the present San Francisco dispute in which latter Japan stands upon her treaty rights Held on Atrocious Charge Chicago Feb 15 Eleven men are under arrest at the Maxwell street ollce station In connection with the murder of a girl known only as Paul na who was found dead In a yard at 478 West Fourteenth street The ollce claim that they have positive proof that the girl was drugged and was then attacked by the men Four of the men are said to have confessed An Orderly Revolution Buenos Ayres Feb 9Further n orts of the revolution in the city of San Juan show that the movement was not accompanied by bloodshed or erlous damage The revolutionists emain In possession of tlie city Intervention by the federal authorities has not been called for Paris Wants to Testify Paris Feb 9The newspapers of Paris are devoting much space to the Thaw trial In New York and as a re suIt a number of persons are anxious to testify to Thaws alleged escapades In Paris which they declare can only bo explained on the ground that he was InsaneRevolution Short Lived Washington Feb 16The Venezue Ian legation has received official advices from the Venezuelan consul at rlhldad stating that President Castro laI doing well and that General Pare des the revolutionaryleader has been aptured with alVhls followers Another PUlaJane Outbreak Manila Feb 14 Pulajariea attacked and burned two towns in Occidental fegroa yesterday and killed six of the constabulary Two Amoriwm teach tt W K Eaohtld and Wit r J 189 are reported ratMiag I I I LONG CHASE ENDEDI Federal Prisoner Had Been Watched in South Africa Beaumont Tex Feb 16Myer F Kline was arrested by United States Marshal Wilson here last night on a federal court warrant made returnable In Chicago the first Monday In July next The warrant makes the allega tlon that Kline deposited obscene books and pictures with an express company In Chicago fn 1901 for ran mission to Brunswick N J Kline it Is stated after eluding the officers In Chicago went- t to South Africa wht r ho was kept under surveillance for several years and traced to Johann t burg He returned to the Int11t I States only recently He was takl bofore United States Commission i Hnley here and made bond In the sin of 10000 for his appearance bofon the federal court In Chicago All headaches go When you grow wiser And learn to use An Early Riser DeWltts Little Early Risers safe sure ills The narch Smart Set John G Neihardta newwiter whose name is becoming known to magazine readers in the author of a very short but powerful story eqtijAed Mignon The Bashful Elder by Grace Mac Gowan Cooke is a delightfully humor ous story of rural life Seumas Mac Manu contributes another of his in imitable Irish tales For His Towns Sake and van Tassel Sutphena mod ern love story Other writers of short fiction are Yorke Stephenson Harriet Gaylord Cecil Carslisle hangman Ed ward Clark Marsh Walter E Grogan and May Harris Croup can positively be stopped in 2 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 doer not claim to cure a dozen ailments ts for Croup thats all Sold by Severs Drug Company A Series of Tragedies New Orleans Feb 15Louls Hoppe was shot and killed In his saloon at Shrewsburg near here and Deputy Sheriff Muller was mortally wounded at Kenner La during a chase on a handcar after Hoppes slayer Joe Carbon a railroad section man Is charged with the shooting Two other victims William Hoppe a broth er of the naloonkeeper and a negro are in the hospital seriously but not dangerously wounded According to the police Carbon while under the Influence of liquor quarreled In Hop pes saloon with the brothers A liquid cold relief with a laxative principle which drives out the cold through a copious action of the trowels and a healing principal which lingers in the throat and stops the cough Hint is Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup Safe and sure in its action pleasant to take and conforms to National Pure Food and Drug Law Contains no opiates Sold bv all druggists Locomotive Boiler Explodes Middletown N Y Feb 15Thf boiler of the engine pulling an Ontario Western railroad passenger train exploded near Luzon The train at the time ot the explosion was running at the rate of forty miles an hour The fireman Martin Mullen and an un known man who was riding In the cab of the engine were killed Engi neer Gadwood was mortally Injured and several other persons were ser iously Injured Keep v Your Nerve It is nerve energy that runs the organs of your body The storage battery is the nerve cells in the I brain and spinal cord and from this battery nerve force is sent out through the system of nerves To keep the body healthy you must have plenty of nerve force if you have not the organs work imperfectly the circulation is sluggish digestion bad appe tite poor kidneys inactive and aches pains and misery are the penalty You can keep the system strong with Dr Miles Nervine It assists in generating nerve 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Combination 00only P J Price Send your order to this paper BRECKENR1DQE NEWS Cloverport Ky t CIRCUIT COURTPROCEEDINGS The Grand Jury adjourned Saturda after having returned eighteen indict ments all of them being from misdemeanors except one Court will probably continue until Wednesday of next week Among the visiting attorneys attend ing court have been John Graham Leitchfield John Hardin Branden burg B S Morris Henderson V G Babbage Cloverport James M Lynch Kankakee Ill James R Skillman and R A Miller of Owensboro No civil cases were tried last week The Grand Jury investigated the al leged holdup of the coal train at Clo verport but did not return and indictment in connection with it The trial of Joho Henry Clark chargedwith the murder of John A Coke was commenced Thursday and continued until Saturday eveningwhe the jury returned a verdict of guilt and fixed his punishment at life impri sonment The jury were Tram Beatty Joe Elder D N Howard R D St Clair Kimball Harmon R B Cox Minor Compton Lewis Payne Larkii Gibson Virgil Pool FredMoorman and Henry Skillman Mercer find Merce and W S Proctor of Leitchfield were the attorneys for the defense The Commonwealth was represented by J R Layman Gus Brown and Murra Murray The defendant will pro bably take an appeal to the Court of AppealsIWill Bradley the colored boy who killed John Starks also colored nea Irvington was given a twenty year sentence in the penitentary The petit jury is composed of the following gentlemeni Kimball Harmon Eli Fisher Lewis Shellman Richard Pumphrey C H SimmonsDan Burks Rufus tClair James Durham + Geo W BurtonP M Beard JW Kennedy J C Brodie R BCox Clyde AHicks W W Pool A N Skillman D N Howard S R Bandy D W Henry Tramwell Beatty Nat Tucker Henr Davis Thos A Gray and David All goodGeorge Douglas was convicted of breaking into the store house of Frank Fraize and stealing wearing appare therefrom and given one year in the penitentiary IRVINGTON Mrs Bert Cunningaam of Chenault accompanied by the Gardner twins came Saturday for a visit to Mr and Mrs W B Gardner Mrs C L Chamberlain left Thurs day for Lebanon Ky where she wil be the guest of her sister Mrs Mont gomcry for some time I Miss Lillie McGlothlan and neice Mable McGlothan returned Saturday from lard sburg after spending a fev daysthere visiting Mrs Nannie Wathen and Miss Ell Munford left Monday for an indefinite visit to relatives in Louisville Mrs P E Dempster after a visit tc Dr and Mrs R T Dempster returnee home Friday Misses Lydia and Nannie McGehee arrived Friday from Gulf Port Mississ ippiwhere they have been the guests of I Mr and frs M E Avitt Mrs Orlie Woolfolk of Branden burg spent Wednesday and Thursday the guests of Miss Ruth Miller Miss Ollie May Clarkson of Big Spring will return home this week after being the guest of her sister Mrs Harry H Kemper George Drury and R B McGlothlar were in Garfield Saturday on a business tripMrs Clint Beauchamp and children left last week for Hawesville after an extended visit to her parents Mrand Mrs D W Henry Mr and Mrs G W Bandy spent Sunday in Guston thc guests of Mrs Forrest Stith Mr and Mrs Luther Wilson and children left Saturday for Harned for a several weeks visit to relatives The Sunbeam Society of the Baptist ihurch will meet next Sunday after noon at two oclock at the church All the little tots are invited to come Mrs Susie Johnson and brothers Charlie and John Johnson of Clover port spent Saturday and Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs J O Chapin Mr Bert Cunningham and grand son Lamar Gardner left for Chenault Sun layMrs S P Parks has returned from Brandenburg where she spent several lays with her parents Mr and Mrs James Lewis Capt Proctor of Louisville was the guest of Mr and Mrs J M Herndon a few days last week Mr Lonnie Dowell bought a farm of 167 acres of Mr George Ashcraft of near town last week Considpration 800 Mr Ashcraft expects to move his family West in a short time Two splendid sermons were preached at the Methodist church last Sunday REARADMIRAL HIGHBORN PRAISES PERUNJ Peruna Drug Co- Columbus Ohio = Gentlemen After the tose 0f Perunm for a short period 1 1 can now cheerfully recommend your valuable remedy to anyone who Is in need of an invigorating tonic J Very respectfully P PHILIP HIGHBORN beneficialIwith certificates But only now and then one who has been benefited by Peruna stops to give any public acknowledgement of a cure Various considerations prevent people from writing testimonials for publica tion Inordinate modesty oversonsltlveness and business considerations forbid many people from writing testimonials who otherwise would bo glad to do BO All Classes Represented But in spite of all these considerations thousands of people without any solici tation whatever do write testimonials for Peruna We receive these from men of high degree and low degree from the army and the navy from the hall of congress from the colleges from high officials in the church from the society belle and the washerwoman from the military man and the civilian We have never put into print but a small per cent of those actually received Sincere Testimony In presenting the testimonial of Admiral Ilichborn we appreciate the high rank of our testifier Wo feel sure that his testimonial will appeal to others as it docs to us that nothing but a genuine wish to do others good would have impelled a man in such honorable rank to give public testimony to any remedy however valuable The Admiral is altogether too busy a man fo answer letters of Inquiry but the reader can rest assured that his testimony is given in his exact words over his signatureGenuine Endorsements Our testimonials are and always have been given in the exact language of the testifier with which we take no liberties whatever in adding to or changing them In the use of testimonials we have always received them properly signed in good faith have published them in good faith and if thero has arisen a slight misunderstanding concerning them it has been some unavoidable complication occurring after the testimonial has been furnished us A Captains Letter Rudolph B Schwlckardl Capt 89th N Y Vol Inf writes from Washington DO Having the fullest confidence in the efficacy of Peruna both as a tonic and as a remedy for catarrhal trouble I commend its use in the strongest possible terms It Hhould bo in every household by their pastor Rev B F Wilson Good attendance both times Miss Addie G Ditto of Louisville stoped off Tuesday on her way to Clo verport and was the guest of Miss Ella MunfordMr Henderson is remoddling his old home near Webster Mr Clar once Penick of this place is the contrac torNick Henry has returned to Chicago Illinois after a brief visit to his parents McGlothan Doriot have bought a fine tract of timber from Earl Bennett and will begin business at once The Foreign Missionary Society willl meet at the Methodist church on Tuesday afternoon A special propram is arranged and every one is invited toI comeMiss Lena Hensely has returned to Hardinsburg aster being the guest oft Mrs F H McGehee BIG SPRING Miss Myrtle Moorman has gone to i Murray Ky to visit her sister Mrs Graham Mr Ben Clarkson was in Branden burg last week and pnrchased four head of work mules Born to the wife of Alvin Tate Feb 10th a fine girl Mr Jess Clarkson has retuI to Louisville whore he has been uudhe treatment of Dr D M Matthews Mist Carrie Milward has return to her home in Louisville afthr a six v aks visit here with her sister Mrs John D MeadorBorn to the wife of Doc Thornald onl eb 8th a son Miss Scott of Kattuwa is the guest of her sister Mrs MqCounel Money has been subscribed for a trunk telephone from here to Vine Grove to connect with the Cumberland Mrs James Lucas after being bed fast for several months on account of being paralized She gave berth to a daughter on the 6th and died on the 7th She leaves a husband and several children to mourn her loss She was buried at the Good Hope grave yard Dr Harness representing Park Davis and Co of Detroit and Mr Baird representing Mullen Haynes Whole sale Druggists of Owensboro called on Df Strother Thursday and remained over at the hotel that night John Morris and H Myer both have graphophenes in thier stores and you can hear these while you are shopping Mr Fuller Gross deputy sheriff of Hardin County spent Tuesday night here the guest of H Meyer Alex Montgomerey was called to Springfield Ky to the bedside of his mother who is very ill Aaron Moorman was at Hardinsburg last Tuesday before the grand jury Big Spring is soon to have a new ex change that will accommodate fifty lines So anyone wanting to run a telephone line can get connection with exchange FIRST FAIR AUG 27 Breckenridge Fair Association Has Completed All Arrangements Hardinsburg Feb 19Speclal The Directors of the Breckenridge Fair Association met Monday listened to the roport of committees appointed at the last meeting to arrange the grounds errect buildings procure water arrange premium list make program issue catalogue etc It was decided that the first Fair should be held for three days commencing Tuesday Aug 27th The committees were all urged to commence operations as soon as possible and the Secreterywas instructed to commence advertising at once There was much enthusiasm displayed and the Associa tion congratulated itself very much on the report of the Committee on purchase of site This committee reported that it had purchased the Foreman tract of land consisting of about 100 acres for 2000 Kodol nmPastor Uses Peruna oj Rev P E Swanstrom box 223 ranburg Wis writes I fool that it is my duty as well as d pleasure to lot you know that I am entirely cured I have used Peruna ac cording to your personal directions and I am very glad that I found amedicine which would cure me after three years of sufferingEditors Recommendation trod M Armstrong city editor Dally Gazette Delaware Ohio writes It gives me great pleasure to bo able to recommend Pornna to everybody who is looking for a 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