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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t r 4 l 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27 1907 8 Pates NO 33 DEATH ENDS REMARKABLE i LONGEVITY OF TWO BROTHERS r Mike and William Riordan Nearing the Century Mile Post of Life Die on Same Day and I Are Buried in the Same Grave I I a 4d n ad tie era ill ble dy der nd hJr na abcgs cgsty Ira Ida its Wn I B- our 1medng nit a I- ten eu a two With vine o of- ciao the than lo able the sally very tomei I alive I III cold J wets rs in sat is- Safe take Food Iates 1 = 11 1 11- 1 s TIJ y wear blade Lo ROy Jortj = ItlC ajf the 1- 1t of- asing 1 saIlng r sale ldresaa Nt p loi DM- ooru ce II uta ol r LL t r Mike and William Riordan brothers both past the four score and ten mile stones of life died on last Sunday at their humble cabin home in the neigh boyhood of Victoria this county Mike the elder lacked but two years of rounding out the century mark while VnUamlithe youngster as hew s frequently called by his brother had passed far into the nineties William died at 7 oclock in the morn ing of pneumonia and Michael suc cumed at noon to senility Inseparable from youth they had traveled the long and rugged journey of life alone save for a maiden sister who though herself feeble from the in firmities of old age in latter years had tended to the household duties Neither had ever taken unto himself a wife and it is related of them t hat once when the flame of love swelled to large proportions in the bosom of William when he had reached the age of twoscore years and he threatened to take unto himself a mate Mike the MUCH ILLNESS Prevalent In Cltfverport Many Cases of Grip and Pneu monia IFortunate are those who have es caped illness Curing the last ten days Though the condition of the sick has not been critical with the exception of one or two cases the number of people suffering from severe colds is unusually large and many are having attacks of grip and pneumonia Those who have been ill ara as fol lows 000D- avid Murray Jr employ of the Henderson Route has been off duty several days on account of iillness 0 0 0 VI Emeil Nolte has been suffering with a severe cold 000- Mr Forrest Gilliland who has been r ill several weeks with typhoid fever is able to be out in town again 000-Mrs J C Nolte and daughter IJEloise were ill several days last week o o 04 rMrs H V Duncan who has been ill Sfrom Ingrip is very much improved 4 000- r Little Miss Mary Raitt Kiel suffered Revere pain as the result of having her Sfcollar bone broken last week at theK- t home of her parents Mr and Mrs Chas Keil at Kosmosdale f 000if Miss Mildred Babbage had a chill in Escwol Wednesday and had to remain Home several days I W 000tit Albert Adams son of Mr and Mrs Ed Adams has had pneumonia and been absent from Miss Annie Raitts vjschool for a week or more j 0 0 0 i Mrs Chas Berry has been sick at her borne in the West End 000Mrs Mary DeHaven has had a severe- cold o o a mily Reid the attractive little daughter of Mr and Mrs L T Reid lit benseriously ill during the past week dI o 0 0 1iUrs J B Perkins has hadan attack fO gr1PE o 0 0 l Margaret Moorman had tonsilitis last week 000 1 jflghas Fallon who has been ill for several days is back at his post at J C jNoltes store where he has charge oft Se dry goods department 000 I Marie Piner daughter ef Wm has been critically iU of pneu I a t tr 000- Mrs Mary Perkins was a sufferer rn the grip last week ft t elder interposedClNay nay William said helIye have forty years or more to decide this question Dont rush And William yielded and locked the doors of his heart forever to Cupids wilesFor forty years they had lived in the little home but had seen better days when fortune favored them but their generous and charitable natures were imposed upon and in latter years they had been reduced to straitened circum stances For twoscore years or more they had brought produce to town and rain or shine winter or summer every Wednesday William astride his horse would bring his basket of butter The two brothers were strict Catho lics and never missed a service when it was possible to attend Funeral ser vices were held at St Rose church in this city yesterday at noon conducted by Father Celestial Brey the pastor The bodies were laid side by side in one grave in the Catholic cemetery MUCH DOING AT BEWLEYVILLE Pupils Celebrate Washingtons Birthday Home Boy to Marry a Michigan Girl Many Visitors In Town On Friday Feb 22 the pupils of the Bewleyville public school under the dir ection of Prof H C Barnes rendered an excellent program in commemoration of Washingtons birthday The pupils acquitted themselves admirably Quite a number of visitors were present ana were much pleased with the program and the address delivered by the teach er Invitations have been receivedi here announcing the approaching marriage of Dr William Thomas Cain to Miss Sue Elizabeth Pasco at Repub lic Mich on Feb 27 Tom is One of our home boys and we extend our heartiest congratulations Miss Flor ence Cain will attend the wedding MrsW A Stith returned to her home Saturday after a weeks visit to C H Drury and family- D S Campbell of Robards Ky was here last week visiting relatives Mrs Leah Pate of Irvington spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs M P Payne- H I Snyder was in Hardinsburg several days this week attending court The W F M S held its monthly meeting with Mrs T P Hardaway last Wednesday aftarnoon Mrs H I Snyder entertained the young people Wednesday evening All report a pleasant time Miss Alberta Drury is spending sev eral days at her fathers CHj Drury Mr and Mrs C H Drury are away visiting friends Miss Flora Meador of Basin Springs spent Wednesday night with Miss Beu lah Payne- E P Hardaway spent several days last week in Louisville Miss Ina McCoy was elected Lady of the GoldenLink Missionary Societyat their last meeting She suc ceeded Miss Blanche Jolly Several from here attended the sale at Allie Skillmans Friday Mr and Mrs Skillman will leave in a short time to make their home at Lcitchfield G E Morris will leave this week to visit relatives a few days near Garfield before leaving for bklahoma where he will make his home in the future Mrs Thos Ryan has recovered from a case of the grip oooMr Jno Phelon was ill last week o 0 xo Miss Lillian Polk was confined to her bed last week with tonsilitis i LEAVES 3000 TO BOOKKEEPER Will of S W Kasey Probated in Hardin County Court The will of S W Kasey who died at Vine Grove recently has been probated in the Hardin County Court He left about 100 acres of land to Robert Kelly colored Three bonds valued at 1000 eachwere bequeathed to Julia Bx Tan dy bookkeeper for a louisville firm for business courtesies extended to him The residence in Vine Grove and ad joining lands were left to Emma F Kasey S A Kasey and Annie Dent received liberal bequests The inter est on five 1000 bonds was bequeathed to Forrest Moorman until the death of Emma Kasey when he is to receive full value 6f the bonds He willed aI house and lot in Big Spring to A RI Morris The remainder of his property was bequeathed to the Fidelity Trust and Safety Vault Co to be held in trust for Emma Kasey A POPULAR VISITOR IS GUEST OF HONOR Last evening at the home of Rev and Mrs James T Lewis the young society people were given a tacky party in honor of Miss Eva Herndon of Irvington The costumes of many of the guests and especially three or four of the makeups furnished great amusement for those present and the party was one of rare merriment Mrs Lewis hospitality is making her home known as a place where the young people can see a good time and an invitation to her house is never refused Miss Reba Lewis the popular young daughter of Rev and Mrs Lewisassist- ed them in entertaining ROBERTSONFORD Prominent Glendeane Citizen Takes llardinsburg Girl For Bride The marriage of CI E L Robert son of Glondeane and Miss Lida L Ford of Hardinsburg was solemnized at the home of the brides brother in Louisville on last Wednesday Mrs E C Robertson The groom is well known throughout the county He is an extensive live stock dealer and is a very successful business man a COL E C ROBERTSON The bride is the daughter of Mrs Mary Ford of Hardinsburg and is a pretty and popular young lady L H St L Rates One way Colonist Rates to California and the Northwest and Old Mexico March 1 to April 30 Sept 1 to Oct 31 1907 ROYALI BAKING POWDER fromtPureGrapeCream Tartar The only excuse for buying anything but a Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking Powder is to save a few cents in price gROYAL costs you a few cents more per can than Alum or Phos phate of Lime powders but it is worth far more than the difference to keep your biscuits cakes and pastry free from the injurious effects of these cheapening substitutes Continued use of Alum means permanent injuryto health plainlyVPOWDERI CLOVERPORT SETS BAD EXAMPLE In Matter of Holding Up Trains Now Comes a Constable of Barlow Ky Doing The Act li lucnh Ky Feb 21 Contsble II B Tanner of llirlow Ky actually took charge of the Illinois Central pus eager station Dud all the cars of local freight in tie yards at that place yes terday under attachment for H judg ment of 40 against the railroad Sti loll Agent Hughes Was not permitted to get a rattle of coal during the morning nul nearly froze while the constable assumed possession of the key to the I it kel rack which he had hkeu the precaution to lock He drove a freight Clew away from loaded cars standing onII the siding hut at noon he compromised r y permitting the agent to get a load of oal and continue selling tickets while he held one car of freight allowing the train to be made up and started on its way to Paducah lIe said he would give the company until Monday noon to pay up or he would tie up all its business in Barlow REVIVAL POSTPONED Special Sermon Sunday Morning at The Methodist ChurchAnnoun cements By The Rev Lewis The series of meetings which were to have commenced the fourth Sunday of March will not begin until Ester Sunday The Rev Thomas of Owensboro will arrive here then to assist Rev Currie in the annual Methodist revival A speial sermon next Sunday a m subject Every Member in His Place All the members urgently requested to be present and all others cordially in vitedThe Way of The Cross services will be held at the St Rose Catholic church Friday afternoon The only services to be held at the Lucile Memorial church Sunday will be Sunday School Sunday at ten oclock All the members of the Epworth League are requested to be present at the church Thursday at 730 P M The Rev James T Lewis has decid ed to give the members of the Baptist Church another opportunity to contribute to the Foreign Mission and his set the date for the second Sun day in March for this purpose On account of the inclement weather few were present at the service Sunday and the collection was not large I I ri Made WASHINGTONSANNIVERSARY Celebrated In Crand Style By Epworth League Everybody said It was a nice enter lainuient when they left the Miutha Washington reception given by the Epworth League in Oslzes Hall last Friday evening celebration of George Washingtons birthday It was nice in all its appointments and the large number of guests present enjoyed tbe affair and got their moneys worth Miss Lula Severs and James Younger who played well the parts of Martha and George were exceedingly popular mingling in the crowd with that old time cordial manner Marthawashingtonsslaves who were Harold Murray Virgil Bibbage Will HarryIP erce J B Severs were made up drkies and were obiedieut servants They served the luncheon and ices Misses Margar t Burn Pauline Moor man Edith Burn Mayme DeHaven and Louise Babbage had charge of the tables and directed the serving of the guests The candy and chocolate booth was uccessfully carded on by Misses Ella Smith and Margaret Skillmau Mrs James Younger Mrs H L Stader and Miss Ola Fallon gave their services in the domestic part of enter tainment and were assisted by Mrs Chas Hall who although was not a Leaguer helped them out of a tight placeThe cakts and candies made by the members of the League were delicious and were contributed by several who did not take part in the reception- A number of the Leaguers were ill and not able to be present The hall was artisticaly decorated by Harry G Newsom Before Martha and George left Mr Brrtbaudt the city photographer took a flashlight picture of them and their slavesThe League took in forty or fitly dol lars and cleared about fifteen which will be used for charitable purposes The patronage of the public was greatly appreciated by the Epworth League and the members will be pleased to cater to everybody at their future entertainments Every member of the church is re quested to contribute to the Foreign Mission the second Sunday The Baptist Young Peoples Uuion has its regular meeting at 630 every Sun day evening The services were led last Sunday by Miss Anne Jarboe Lump coal 12 cents per bushel in 25 bushel lots at City Coal Co WHISKY CASEIS lISSED i Judge Holds Evidence Premature In View of Case Now Pend ing Before Supreme Court t- On information furnished the ease of the Commonwealth John Weisen berg c for violating the local option laws of Clovarport came up for trial in the Circuit Court Monday Judge Cholf dismissed the case on the ground that the evidence submitted was pre mature in view of the fact that a case bearing upon the whisky question is now pending before the Court Jbf Appeals Attorney Layman has taken an ap peal to the supreme court The case before the court this week was only a test case and if a decision favoring lo cal option is rendered the cases to fol low will be vigorously prosecuted by the temperance people INDICTMENTSRETURNED By Grand Jury While In Session at Hardinsburg William Mann failing to list land Gus Dowell taking property of an otherE G Bert failure to list real estate Wm Blain breach of peace Harvey English assault and battery George Graham and Richard Haynes gaming Bion Mingus unlawfully injuring property of another Owen Wilhite carrying concealed a deadly weapon Joe Thomas petit larceny Tude Logsdon and Bud Logsdon gaming Abe Rawlings Romey Staples and Phil Goodman gaming Joe Mattingly failing to list land with assessor Mrs A M Boultinghouse R 11 Smith L D Addison failing to list real estate Mrs Eliza Burks failing to list prop erty Fred Smith obtaining money by false pretense William Howard unlawfully wilfully and feloniously stealing chickens of value more than two dollars Fred Bland petit larceny If you want to make your wife happy get her a sack of Lewisport Flour sold in Cloverport by Preston Williams and OConnell I wTTI r fFt3t844 F o Partners JlHt the Tide ii toeI+i +I JOSEPH C LINCOLN tAuthor yCapn Eria i Copyright 1006 by A S Barnes 8 Co +tooH +to ++ 10 S oJ oJ ot l j jtBradt she exclaimed Where did you come from Im ever to see you How do you do Bradley shook hands and said Howr do you do There was no earthly rea son why he should be embarrassed r but he was Just a little lIe stammer ed and then asked if he might have the pleasure of seeing her home Why of course you mnyl she said Thats what you camo here for isnt It I hope so at any rate Bradley laughed and admitted that he guessed that was about It Gus took his arm and they moved down the path and down the rough stone steps to the sidewalk r Why I havent seen you for an age said Gun And you havent written for nearly three weeks Why did you come home now You didntI expect to come home so soon did youBradley explained why be had come home Captain Tlteomb had left the Thomas Donne he snld and he had left with him He didnt tell the real reason for the leaving but hinted at dissatisfaction with the owners To head ore farther questions on this tic Wish subject he asked tins what slleII had been doing that winter Well she said I graduated fromI I high school for ono timing and Im keeping hoiifw for grlindma I guessI I thats about nil Whats been going on In town j Any dances Yes a few I wont to the Wash ingtons birthday ball but It wasnt I much fun Most of the floor committee wore old married people and about 1 every other dance was Hulls Victory or a quadrille Round dances you I YOlIIdontI You wrote me you went to that I Snm Hammonds been home hasnt her Oh yes I went to the ball with him lies R lovely dnmer antI we f waltzed whenever they played a waltz tune no matter whether the rest were busy with n quadrille or not But why dont you tell me what you are going to do now thnt youve given up your positionII Bradley told her of Captain Tltcombs I Idea concerning the purchase of the Lizzie and the olTer of partnership In the wrecking business As he talked his growing Interest In the plan bo came more evident and ho spoke of It I HS somothlng nlrefidy nearly decided upon What do you think of It he asked In conclusion Why I dont know replied Gus If It nil works out ns the cupn hopes It will lie II tine thing But isnt it rather risky It menus staying at home lure hi Orliain where peoples ideas get into n rut It scums to me The citloM WPIII so big nnd to hiivo siirh clmiircK fur H man You know yourself Brad tint youve Improved n plot slice you went uwny- II havent got n gout watch yet or I auye flue dot lion rind my dancing wouldnt draw a crowd I guess Dont IK Hilly Sum is u good wnltz ur and he IIIM Improved In his manners and III other ways I shouldnt want s you to settle down Into nothing hut n longshoreman 1 guess Im like Miss Toiipy I hoped youd ln captain of an ocean liner sonic of those days 1 Well I dont menu to crump myself to longshoreman size just because I stay In the village It looks to me like H chancea good chance to be my i own boss and make something of my self I hoped youd see It that way 1 Porlwp I summit whon I get noire i- ustMll to It Toll me more please 1 They hud reached the little house and leaning on the gate under the big silver leaf tree Bradley again went a Guyamnpy ques tlons but to both of them time Intor t satisfactoryThoI I exchange or confidences seemed to be 1 lacking To Bnulluy In particular nH j he turned away after saying Good night the couscIousnoMs of a differ once in his relation with his old time1 r chum was keen She was Interested V In him eau In hIs hopes and plnnn but she had plaun and hopes of her own i and perhaps be was not so much the central flgure as he used to be n Next 1 captainboughtfor 1 CaptainTltcomnbo longoTheytalked 1 was not yet ready to decide Ho would take Ills full week he saidIIBut by the end of the week his mind wns made up Ho was ready to take the chance thnt the captain offered Ho told Gus so nnd she npreed thnt perhaps he was doing right He told 1ly V the old mnldB and so knocked Miss TeinpyB air castles Into smithereens in one tremendous crash The partnership articles were signed Bradley drew his money from the sav ings bank and the Llzzlo changed hands The next month was a very busy one for they were at work on tho schooner every day refitting and t- rigging One noon of tho fourth week the captain came down to the wharf with a Boston paper in his hand DralneI Qk till nnpm fiDel II 4B the pjg r maiqated fne worasT Wreck on the Loiifplslnnd Sand Bars The Schooner Thomns Donno Lost AllI Hands Saved He glanced over the article which briefly stated that the three masted schooner Thomas Donne Burke master hall struck on the shoals off Long Island and would bo n total loss Tho crew utter trying In vain to save the vessel hnd token to the boats and reached shore In safety I didnt believe theyd dare dO itl exclaimed Bradley Wo know andI they know we know Wholl tell1 asked the captain shortly Not me for I was In It ns bad ns the rest Not you for they know you and me were thlckern fliesI on n molasses stopper No twasI Goodbj Susan Jane so far ns the old Donne was concerned anti Ive been oxpectln1 It Well I wasnt nt the funeral so lets forget It And apparently Captain Titcomb did forget It A good many months werei to pass before Bradley was again to bear his friend mention that subject CHAPTER IX was a May morning ore Se tucklt Point The Polntjtsclf ITwas in the middle distance with the lighthouse top shin ing black against the sky and the little cluster of ttshlng shanties showing brown World the white sand dunes and green teach grass Tho life saving sta tion was perched on the highest of the dunes and Its cupola was almost as conspicuous no the lighthouse Tho thick cloud apparently of mosquitoes hovering over the point was in reality the flock of mackerel gulls tint are al ways hunting for sand eels on the flat Low down across the horizon miles be yond was smeared the blue and yellow streak that marked the mainland of the cape To the right only halt a mile away but through the darker water that in dicated the ship channel a four mast ed schooner was moving swiftly tho sunshine Hashing sparks from her cab in windows and marking high lights and shadows on her swelllug canvas Abend of her against the sky line was the lightship that marked the turning point In the course Behind not quite so fur away was the other lightship tint she hnd just passed More schoon ers were following her strung out In a long line and others bound In tie op polite direction were standing inshore heading out to sea as they beat up In the face of the brisk wind An oc casional steamer or an ocean tug with a tow flaunted a dingy streamer of smoke here and there amid the grace ful schooners Along the edge of the channel and sprinkled amid the blue were patches of light green water where the waves ran higher rand broke occasionally There were the shoals the Razor hack tie Boncynrd and the rest It it were possible and fashionable to erect tombstones for lives lost at semi those hidden sand bars would bristle with them Not a winter month that pusses but vessels ore driven ashore here and tie wicked tides and winds scatter their tlmlers fur and wide The Sctucklt life saving crew have few restful hours from October to May On the edge of one of these shoals I Just over in dreg water a little i nlllll1lunglngI down and only one mnn wns aboard I Ilnlf n mile away Just where tho tell of the shoal ninth ont Into the clmn nol two dories wore moving slowly In arallel courses trnlllng n rope be tween thorn The schooner wns the Lizzie the mnn aboard her was Barney Srnnll once n stage driver but I now forced out of business by the neII j railroad back again nt his old tradewrecking Captain Ezra Tltcomb was I rowing one dory and Bradley Nicker son tho other They worn anchor drugging The two dories moved slowly down tine alga of the shoal separated by a t dlstnnco of perhaps n hundred yards The lime between them weighted with- n lend sinker nt each end wns drag grog along the bottom Ie10AtIIe t by the title nnd tic chain had been let go with a run One of the hands I aboard Eldredge by name was an Or mm mnn mind he hind had the pres ence of mind to take the ranges t which Information lip had sold to Cap rain Titcomb for n fie dollar hilt Bradley and the captain began row- Ing once more They hail gone but n little way when slowly but surely tie dories begun to draw nearer to each other Bradley looking over the side saw that the drag line no longer lung straight down but tightly t stretched by whatever was holding it on time bottom led off diagonally asternThey kept on rowing easily nnd In few minutes tho pressure on the line I lad brought the dories side by side Then Bradley pnssed his end of tho rope to his partner who began haul- Ing In with care By this operation tho skippers dory was soon brought directly over the spot where lay the hidden object Bradley rowed his own boat alongside I Now then said Captain Titcomb I j lots see It shes got tho right comItt plexion He learned over the side and taking one end of the line in each hand pulled them tight and sawed vigorous back and forth thus drawing a sec tlon of the ropo again and again under tin treasure trovo below Then ho paid out one end of the line and hauled in tho other until this section came to the surface It was marked with a dull red stainIron rust Thesmaller end of tho way line a stout rope tapering from ono inch to Inches in thickness was spliced- to the drag lino and drawn down and under tho supposed anchor until the latter was looped by it Then tho piessengcr an Jrojj shapkUj 9r collar A r 1C fastened by ii tioltor pin watt clampedi about the upper parts of the loop To this messenger was also attached a small cord The way line was drawn tight and the heavy messenger plunged out of sight beneath the water It slid down to the end of the way line thus lucid ing with a tenacious grip tie sub merged object They tested with tno messenger pulling It up with tIle cord and letting It drop again It struck solidly and with the tingle of metal against metal Bradley pulled down the Lizzie Barney and he hoisted canvas enough to give them steerage way and the little vessel ran alongside of the captains dory Then the ropes were rigged through time block In the fore rigging and Bradley and Barney fitted In tho brakes of the clumsy tool windlass while Captain Titcomb stood by the bulwark Hlst away commanded the skip perThe windlass creaked the cable tightened nnd tho blocks groaned as a ioavy weight was lifted from the bot tom A minute or two more and the aptaln signaled to ease up Look at that said Captain Ezra pointing What do you say to a bell buoy frame Why sure Bradleys tone was a disgusted one Well were had our work for nothing That framework Isnt worth anything Talnt the stockln that counts always its what Santa Claus puts in side of it I have a notion this feller may be a sprlse package Ilist away I More of the wet rope came aboard Captain Ezra chuckled I guessed pretty nigh that time he puttered Now Brad come here Time Iron frame green with seaweed ind trimmed with kelp and shells hung half out of the water At its base Just above the battered nnd rushed cone that had been the buoy i big bronze bell glistened and drip ped And I can glt 25 for that bell rowed the captain which In the pres L Gct out of the channel Winfield ant state of this corporations flnnnces nustut be considered n widows mite Well this aint what I was after but its Wont the less welcome ns the cat said when it found the mouse swim mln in the milk pall Swing her In Barney Now well go back mud have mother try for the Mary DB anchor They had some long talks together concerning their new venture which up to dote although they had made mnw money had not given them tho opportunity for a big Job that they hoped tor- Brad observed the captain as they were walking up from the wharf one evening ore you glttln discouraged No not yet I didnt expect any thug different this first summer What do the old maids say Oh they believe Im going to get rich of course oOf course Well maybe they aint any further out In their rccknln one way than Simmons nnd the rest are the other What does that little Baker girl have to soy about it Oh well she didnt quite like it at first but the more we talk about It to gether the better the plan seems to herI presume likely you and she talk about it a good deal There wasnt the slightest flavor of sarcasm appar ent In this question so Bradley admit ted that he and Gus did havo a good ninny talks on the subject And this statement wasnt nn exag geration It had become n regular thing for the Junior partner in tho anchor dragging concern to trop In nt the Baker homestead of an evening after supper was over and discuss hap penings and plans with Gus The feeling that the girl was not so wholly at one with him In his hopes nud am bitions ns she used to be hnd galled Bradley He resented hor criticisms of the new venture on the evening when lie first told her of it Flvo years before ho knew she would haVo thought It splendid simply because he thought so He hnd cone hone ex peering to find her unchanged forget ting how much he had changed himself and now ho determined that he would compel her to believe In him and his workDancing was ono of the subjects on which they didnt agree Bradley considered dancing nonsensical and a waste of time Gus on the other hand was very fond of It Id rather saw wood myself de clared the former one evening Thcrod bo about as much work In It and considerably more fun But Brad I do like dancing and there are dances hero onto In awhile such ns they are and well I wish you danced I suppose I cpuld manage to navl gate through JX quqdrlllg withjoit J I 1 + 11InJfalffiewrccklng hbro setutlt a waltz wbuld tare mo out of sound ings In no time Will you try to learn If I teach you Think twill pay for the wear and tear on your nerves and the furni tare i A Ill risk tho nerves and we need some new furniture anyway Come well begin now Ill hum the tune nnd you can Imagine that Bonnie Ds three plocoorchcstra Is playing Annie Hooncy with their own variations tend tint youre waltzing well with Georglana Bailey Great Scott Lets Imagine some thing pleasant to begin on All right hero goes Get out of the channel WInfieldIlOne evening toward the end of the month Gus said to him Brad If you were 1 would you go to the ball on the evening of Decoration day at tho town hnll Ira had two Invltntlonri Humph Tho answer was somewhat hesitating I supposed you didnt know Other wise of course I should have invited my dancing teacher to go with me Gus would you have lijlced It if I had invited youI shouldWell Miss Baker may I havo the pleasure of escorting you to tho grand fandango to be held In the Or ham Crystal palace under the supervision of his royal swelledness Mr Solomon Bangs You may sir Oh Brad Of course Id rather go with you because Because what Because I want to see how my pupil looks dancing wltli somebody else S s S 0 Gus was prettier than ever the night of the ball She was dressed simply In white but when she came out of tho dressing room at the hall and took his arm Bradley noticed that the eyes of half n dozen young men followed her and that they whispered to each other Gus order was tilled In a few min utes after the first number was over there were more applicants than dances Bradley danced a quadrille with Clara Hopkins who was pretty and Jolly and he enjoyed It thorough ly He labored through n contra dance with Gcorglnnn Bailey mud didnt enjoy it as much although that effer vescent young lady purred that she had hnd a perfectly lovely time and he was lookln so well and why didnt he call at the house Miss Baileys blue silk gown had nut Imposing and very troublesome train and she smelt like n perfumers shop Captain Tit corn b came up the stairs He had A dripping umbrella In his hand Why hello exclaimed Bradley I didnt know you were coming Hello yourself retorted the cap tale I didnt know you was com In either so were square on that hitch Its biowln up n regular snorter out side he added- Gcorgianas t gaycrn a tin peddlers cart aint she continued Titcomb Cnpn Tnbes the only moultln pullet In that coop He broke oft suddenly and was silent for n minute or more Bradley asked him what the matter was Oh nothln was tho hasty reply Quite n crowd here tonight Whos the little clipper in the white with blue pennants in her fore rlggin the one dnncln with Jonadab Wlxons sisters boyThats Clara Hopkins Humph You dont say Jim Hop kins girl I wouldnt have known her And the captain subsided once moreA little while after that as Bradley j was dancing his Virginia reel with Gus he noticed a disturbance among tho crowd of watchers at the door He was in tho middle of the line at t the time and Snuppy Black stood next to him Hcllo exclaimed Snuppy Why It cant bot By thunder It Is Sumjj Hammonds come I didnt know was expected Hammond It vas and in all the glo ry of city clothes and unlimited self confidence When the reel was over ho chine across the floor to where Gus and Bradley were standing How dyo do Gus he said extend- Ing his hand Im down for a few days Got a vacation that I wasnt looking for Came on tonights train nnd thought Id run up here for a little while soon as I could get away from the homo folks Let me see your order Hello Brad How nre you He was well dressed still in the rather conspicuous way and ho had an easy masterful nlr nbout him thnt note of the country fellows had thought they all envied It And he was goodlooklng That couldnt bo denied The last dance was the landers but as Bonnie D arose to call off he announced that there would be by spe cial request nu extrna wnltz Brad Icy had seen Hammond talking with the prompter and with Mr Bangs and ho knew whose the special request was Under other circumstances he wouldnt have caredsS much fortllllt waltz but now ho wanted It very much indeed He walked over to where Gus flush ed and laughing stood talking with Black her partner In time landers Just as he reached her side Sam came hurrying up and pushed In front of him without ceremony Gus said Hammond I made BOlA give us this waltz on purpose so that wo might have it together You havent been half generous to me tonight and now Im after my pay ComeI He offered his arm and for a moment the girl seemed about to take It Then she looked at Bradley who dis appointed and chagrined stood silent In the Background Tbfcttk you very much amt she ftD5 C 1 4 i- fI iCo I L c ittN c WOMENI How Many Perfectly Well Women Do You Knowi 7J J = II MISS GRACE E MILLER III am not feeling very wellfiram so nervous it seems as though I thoughitsignificant friends More than likely yon speak the same words yourself and there is a cause- More than thirty yearn ago Lydia E Pinkham of Lynn Mass discovered the source of nearly all the suffering endured by her sex Womans Ills these two words are full of more misery to women than any othortwo words that can be found in the English language Sudden fainting depression of spirits reluctance to go anywhere backaches headaches nervousness sleeplessness bearing down sensations displacements and irregularities are the bane of womans existenceThe woman who discovered the cause of all this misery also discovered a remedy Lydia B Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs holds tho record for a greater number of absolute cures of female ills than any other one remedy the world has ever known and it is the greatest blessing which ever came into tho lives of suffering women Dont try to endure but cure the cause of all your suffering Lydia E Pinlchama Vegetable Compound at once removes such troubles Tho following letters prove this said its this waltz belongs to Brad let Come Brad the music is beginning It any one hnd told Bradley pre viously that he would thoroughly enjoy n wnltz ho would Kara Inughed but he enjoyed every moment of this one He saw Snms scowl ns Gus stepped past him snw the smile on tho faces of Black and the other bystand ers and then they whirled away Round nnd round nnd round Bonnie Ds music wasnt the best in the world but to Bradley Just then no grand opera orchestra could have played more sweetly Ills feet seemed al most ns light ns his partners and they kept perfect time It was over nil too soon Continued next week O A TO HI A Bean You Have Always Bosgtt oftLoat11 fSubscribe for the News V v MRS wrs FORD Mrs W 8 Ford of 1038 Lansdowm St Baltimore Md writes Dear Mrs Pinkham For tour years mylIfe nu a misery ill me I suffered from irregularitiM sag pretsion terrible dragging aeuMUoas i givenhope up Dy E Plakhams Vegetable Compound rirecommended It cured my weaknea i made me well IUd strong Miss Grace E Miller of 1913 MU gan St Buffalo N Y write Dear Mrs Pinkbam I was in a very bad condition of heal CloebckachelUfrered a E Finkhams Vegetable Compound me after all other medicines had failed VgtableMiss Miller it will do for other woma in like condition Every sufferin woman in the United States is asked to accept tho following invitation Ii is free will bring you health and may save your life Mrs Plnktmms Invitation to WeeA Women suffering from any form di female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mra Pinkham at Lynn Mass Pfbm the symptoms given the trouble may bi located and tho quickest and surest way of recovery advised Out of her vast volume of experience in treaties probabhashelp your case Her advice is free and always helpful Death In Hog Liver Hlllsboro Ohio Feb 22Tho tire yearold son and fiveyearold daughter of Fred Fenner a prominent farmer living two miles south of this clti died of ptomaine poisoning Fenn butchered a hog and the family mad a hearty meal of the liver Mrj Mrs Fenner were also poisoned are now out of danger 4 Preacher Arrested for Lobbying t Boise Idaho Feb 22Rev R C Tufts of Portland Ore representln the Pacific Coast Reform bureau wa arrested by SorgeantatArms Mile of the house just after the body at Journed He Is charged with lobby- Ing Mr Tufts is working for a Sun day rest law- President of Illinois Miners thllannualIllinois John H Walker of 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Japanese government looking to the regulation of Japanese Immigration into the United States It Is expected that the negotiations will result In an agreement between the government of Jam an and that of the United States with holding by the former of passports to Japanese of the laboring classes seek ing to enter the United States For several years past the Japanese guy ernment has declined to issue any such passports but the intention is to make this a matter of formal agreement If possible In the short time remaining of the present session of congress It is not possible It Is said to frame anything in the nature of a treaty which would require the action of the senate In fact it is by no means certain that n formal conven tion Is necessary to insure the con tinuance of the present Japanese pol icy of refusing passports to the United States to coolies so It may be decided to give this agreement an other form than a treaty The basis of the agreement reached between President Roc evelt Secre tary Root Mayor Schmitz and the members of the San Francisco school board on the Japanese school con troversy provides that all children of alien races under sixteen years of age who speak the English language may be admitted to the white schools Special schools are to be established for children of alien birth who are deficient in the elements of the Eng lish language JAPS RESIGNED in W General Public Island Empire Not Much Concerned Toklo ITeK lSThe passage of President Roosevelts passport bill by the senate of the United States was semi aflctally announced this morn ing The leading newspapers today explain l that this action by the United States government is perfect ly legitimate and In accordance with treaty stipulations It Is also pointed out that the promise of success of the judicial procedure In the school ques tion Is lessening The newspapers thus far have refrained from making comment on this latest news from Washington It is believed that the emigration companies will combine to attack the governments attitude If an agreement Is reached with America on the basis proposed It Is thought that the general public while regret ting the solution of the San Francisco school question taking this form will calmly resign itself to the situation The Yellow Fever Germ has recently been discovered It bears a close resemblance to the malaria germ To free the system trout disease germs KingsNewdiseases due to malaria poison and con stipation 25c at Severs Drug Co THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and LJve stock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 76c No 2 rem 7Gc Corn No 2 4514 c OatsNo 2 mixed 41c Hay Clover 1500f 1700 timothy 1700 5 1900 millet 1200 3 1400 Cattle250 CfiO Hogs500 Q710 Sheep 250052j Lambs 5009750 At Cincinnati WheatNo 2 red 791 c Corn No2 47c OatsNo2 43c Ca- ttle450 505 lIogs450 tD 715 Sheep200 525 Lambs45011Z 785 At Chicago WheatNo 2 red 76c Corn No 3 43c OatsNo2 40c Cattle Steers 450700 stockers and feed ers 250 8 4SO Bogs5007121x- Sheep300600 Lambs600 765 I Livestock at New York Cattlef 476692 A HogsO90 3760 Sheep 4008525 Lambs C75775 At East Buffalo Cattlo400625 lIogsS50 736 Sheep30057G LambsGM S 770 Wheat at Toledo May 797c July 80c cash 77c lAJTorThe Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the uSSigaaturo of t MATTINGLY Mr Charlie Pate moved near Pisgnh Mr Frank Pate who has been iin West Point the last week has returned I home r Miss Rossie Beavin is visiting her aunt Nellie Hawkins of this place Misses Vick and Annie Laura Wean were the guests of Miss Noalio Matting ly SundayMr Mattingly is homo on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Dud Hambloton has re turned home from Ivnnsville Miss Maggie Bates of Mattingly i on the sick list Mrs W B Taul who has boon sick for some time is improving at this writ ing Mrs Alf Hawkins was in Cloverpor- Tueddny the guest of her mother who is illThe farmers of Mattingly are through burning plant beds Miss Lula Hrickoy gave a social liar birihday Miss Lillian Wilson was the guest oC- her brother Jess Wilson near Clover port Friday Miss Janie Davis who has been at her sisters for sdmo time has homeMr And irs Rosco Luli wore iin Cloverport Twosday Willie and Harroll Walker lift for Kansas Tuesday Dr Howard spout a few days with his daughter Miss Rillia Howard a JofTorsonville Mr Wm Lynch passed through here WednesdayMr Wilson gaveSammieiBrickoy a birthday dinner Friday Mr George and Otes Taul passed through Mattingly Sunday evening A Healing Gospel The Rev J C Warren pastor o Sharon Baptist Church Beliar Ga says of Electitp Bitters Its a godsend t mankind It cured me of lame back stiff joints and complete physical col lapse I was so weak it took m half an hour to walk a utile Two bottles of Electric Bitters have made me strong I have just walked three miles in 50 minutes and feel like walking three more Its made a new min of me Greatest reme ly for weakness and all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints bold under guaranteeat Severs Drug Co Pride sOc PRISONERS OWN STORY Harry Thaw Said Providence Led HimI to Kill White New York Feb 191 never want ed to shoot the creature I never wanted to kill him I knew he was a foul creature destroying the moth ers and daughters of America but wanted through legal means to brinK him to trial wanted to get him Into courtto bring him to justice Butt providence took charge of It It was an art of providence This Is Harry K Thaws own story of the killing of Stanford White It was told by him to Dr Britton D Evans the alienist last August iin the Tombs Monday Dr Evans re peated the prisoners word to the jury which Is trying Thaw for his life District Attorney Jerome fought hard last week against the introduction of the evidence which the de fense believes Is conclusive proof that Thaw did not know his act was wrong Once the testifying physician had declared that In his opinion Thaw was Insane at the time he made the statement to him however the rules of evidence permitted the Introduction of the prisoners words To stop a Cold with Preventics iis safer than to let it run and cure it after words Taken at the sneeze stage Preventics will head off all colds und Grippe and prehaps save you from Pneu monia or Bronchitis Preveutics are little toothsome candy cold 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 b Severs Drug Company Left Dynamite to Thaw Lebanon Pa Feb 16Mrs John Keller of Annvllle near hero was In stantly killed by an explosion of dy namite at her home Two children Lydia agedthroe and Mary aged five were so badly burned that there 1 Is little hope of their recovery Thr house was wrecked Keller placed three sticks of dynamite in the stov to thaw anu went to work rieglectln to tell his wife that the dynamite wat in the oven Executes Deadly Vengeance Hobart Okla Feb K3 Charles Thomas was shot twice and instantly killed ana Rock Island train yesterday afternoon by Dr Beachom of Man gum Okla Just as the train reached Hobart Thomas eloped with Beach oms wife a year ago Chaplal is Pu- tF 0u tof Business Paris Feb 16 President Falllores acting upon the initiative of the nun Istor of mrlne has signed a decree suppressing the official chaplains of the French navy Chaplains In the French ariuy were abolished liomc time ago ry BRIEF DISPATCHER SATURDAY Tho boilermakers employed on the Missouri Pacific and Iron Mountain pysteniB have quit work When a Louisiana posse overtook Joseph Corban charged with murder ho shot and Instantly killed himself GIosuo Carduccl the Italian poet and critic who last year was awarded the Nobel prize for literature Is dead at Bologna UuslnesB failures in the United States for the wook number 204 against 19S last week and 208 in the like weeof 190G A son of Count Tolstoi has been In- S dieted for high treason on the charge of printing the latest political pamphlet written by his father The senate in executive session adopted a resolution extending cordial stepsthe may deem wise In relation to Congo affairs MONDAY The governor of the port of Balm was murdered Sunday Fire in Allegheny destroyed five business buildings and three dwelling houses causing an estimated loss of 200000 John Hilbert Ralph Schartner and Lauren Nye boys broke through th- 1ice and drowned in Rock river at Dixon Ill- Ilenry Steole Olcott cofounder with Mme Blavataky of the Theosophists in this country is dead at Ad yar India Dr II U Hulbert dean of the divinity schoc of the University of Chi atbrief Illness Japanese Immigrants are filling up Juonrez the Mexican city opposite El Paso seeking admission into the United States TUESDAY- A forest fire Is raging in the 100000 acre government forest reserve In the Wichita mountains and is threat ening to devastate the entltre tract weighingfcompensa- tion of railroads for carrying the- o malls in the central states began this weekAs a result of the prolonged and severe rainstorms which have resulted In inundations railroad communi cation throughout Algeria is at a standstillThe French cabinet cri sis apparently has been avoided by the reaching of an agreement between Premier Clemenceau and Minister ol Education Brland The negotiations of the settlement of the dispute between Nicaragua and Honduras have progressed to a point justifying the prediction that the Is sues can soon be submitted to a peace arbitration WEDNESDAY The Japanese cruising squadron has arrived at Honolulu The California state legislature has passed a bill prohibiting gambling or 1betting at racetracks The Missouri legislature has passed thtstate from publishing entries or re suits of any horse race The California legislature killed the proposed constitutional amendment which extended the right to vote at all elections to women The final elections of members of the Russian parliament show a d clslve general victory of the opposl tlon over the government forces Congressman John E Reyburn Re publican was elected mayor of Phil adelphia defeating William Potter the Democratic and city party candl date by about 35000 plurality THURSDAY nalnbridge 0 was swept by fire and the business section was destroyed Loss 100000 The tide of radical success In the Russian parliamentary elections con Unties to flow unchecked Harry Pratt Judson acting prey dent of the University of Chicago wa elected president of that institution The now iiunilgratlop law makes provision for a commission of niv persons to make a thorough Invest ina tlon of the whole immigration qua s tlonFerrolra fromYher last and four of his followers have been sentenced to death at KimIt borley One person was killed and five wire injured in a fire whlcb did damagt amounting to 50000 to the plant of the Friend paper mIlTs at West Car rollton Ohld FRIDAY The jury In the Shea trial at Chi cago returned a verdict of not guilty- A Chinese steamer struck a rock near Hong Kong and 130 Chinamen were drowned John D Rockefellers holdings o Standard 011 stock are said to b about 20 per cent of the whole Tho Democratic primaries In Chi cago show a decided victory for May or Dunne in the mayoralty contest- A Michigan Central passenger train collided with a gravel train near Ypsi lantl and four trainmen were kllh I Business failures In the UnitedJ States for the week number 177 against 204 last week and 186 in the like week of 1906 Seven officers of the Kranstadt ga rlson have been cashiered and sent to Siberia for ten years for connection with the revolutionary organization tt 0000000000000000000000 0c z IIs your baby thin weak fretful g IIy- c Make him a Scotts Emulsion 0 0 0bo 0- o 0- o Scotts Emulsion is Cod Liver Oil 0- g i and Hypophosphites prepared so that it is teasily digested by little folks 0- O 0 0Consequently the baby that is fed onco Scotts Emulsion is a sf irdy rosy 0 g cheeked little fellow full of health andvigor go 0- g ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND SIOO 00000000000000000000000000 11wMjciAt 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Increased by giving I Ican care to the health of every animal and fowl on the farm Sick poultry sheep cattle hogs horses etc depend on their lIvers to keep them well BlackDraughtStock k Medicine keeps their livers working and therefore keeps them well BlackDraught Stock and Poul try Medldne is pure natural vegetable blood purifier and acts by regulating the stomach liver and bowels- It prevents and cures Hog Chol era Chicken Cholera Colic Distemper Coughs Colds Constipation Fever Loss of Appetite Wasting Away and all the com mon stock diseases- It Is a perfect medicine for general farm ace Try It Price 25c for a large can at all druggists and dealers Jrt LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET GOI- NCORPORATED i Fast MailacdPasaenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville- Steamers TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wedcei day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight hates and passefifiei tickets to Cincinnati Frelpht ship meats delivered quicker than b- rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville tl7S Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 76 Splendid accommodations for stock General Officf 154150J58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A GEOH WILSON SiDt L II 8 ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 146 DaUY Fast Train loaves Clover or 07 A III stns Itt lie ward on nag onlyI rrlve at Iiuifvllh 7Sk AJIoI No H2 tally Mail ana h T urees leavee Ole ver ort942AM stop At all way stations arrives Louisville 1236 in Train No 144 Dully fast man loaves Olu vorport 44H p m stops ut ill way stations s past of Cloverport except Mystic arrives ut Louisville 35 p n Train No 148 Dally Clovorport ncootnmo elation arrives Clovorport 830 p m WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Cioverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 600 a m arrives Brans villa 000 am Train No 141 Dally fast mall and express loaves Cloverport 1043 n m stops only at Hawesvllle Lowlsport Macoo Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrive 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Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please k otify us li9Vhent ordering a change in the address subscribers should giver their old as well as the now address ftt EIGHT PAGES I1T WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27 1907 f r Washington was the richest i died worth about 2000000 H man He inherited an estate acq lilted some by foresight increased it and the rise in values of his land i tune MOt people in this dRY andt1 was a poor man that ho had very orators especially orate on this p for effect and to switch the mind characteristics which were harmony What we need is more of Washing ism love and affection for our cot coptAtice as permanent occupants in1 tuna which Washington regarded asi a groat and happy people and wli and essential pillars of public folk Md frugality n rio IRVlNQtrtN Miss Lillie McGlothlnh left Monday for Glendoane where she will spend u week on a business tripMr and Mrs F 11 McGohee have returned from Brandenburg where they were the guests of Mr and Mrs Tom Ditto Miss B Ada Drury and Miss llallie Moore of Louisville re turned Sunday uftor being the guosts of Mrs R B McGlothlan for a few days I Miss Elloda Xeafus arrived last Tuesday from Louisville whore she will be the guest of her cousin Miss Jessie Brady for an indefi nite time Mr and Mrs Fannie Rhodes After a visit to Mr and Mrs W B Gardner have returned Brandenburg toII f Mr lEd McAfee has received I promotion from the supply house hero to superintending the bridges and trowels over both the roads t formally occupied by Julo Bra shearMr and Mrs Sam Beauchanip I of Owensboro were the guests of Mrs Ed Robertson and Mrs Owen Keys last week Mr Iloskinson of Brandenburg was here Saturday looking after the interest of the school for the coming fall Mr Edwin Jolly returned to Beechmont Sunday after a visit to his parentsMrs E Bender of Louis ville gave a very helpful and en tertaining lecture to the ladiesI last Wednesday at the Baptist church Mr and Mrs Foster LyonsI wore in Louisville last week for a few days shopping r i A Doctors Medicine rtAyers Cherry Pectoral is not a simple cough syrup It is a strong medicine a doctors medicine It cures hard cases severe and desperate cases chronic cases of asthma pleu risy bronchitis consumption Ask your doctor about this The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty yea- rsAJrt4a AUo I 7 fmmufotureri oa Irf fllMeee JL SARSAPARILLA PILLSI VIGOR We hoe no itoriti I We publlih the formulae roil our tnedlointi i takIIngI Y man in the United States when hen was a hardworking industrious uired more by marriage accumu I by speculation and by industry idcled another big slice to his for time have the impression that heI little of this worlds goods The I base of his character They do it I of the people from his loading honesty industry and frugality tons loading virtues pure patriot intry for its own sake and the ac our hearts and minds of the vir all that was necessary to make us lich ho declared to be the great ity harmony honesty industry J 0 Haunsel has received a now liiie of groceries tind Will be glad to wait upon any Of hts bus tomeis A special line of fresh fruit vegetables and all kinds of candiesMr Will Penick the popular drummer spent Sunday the guest of his brother Clarence Penick Born to the wife of Frank IlllguJgirlBorn I to the wife of Scott Brown Sunday night a girl t- I Mr and Mrs Sam Konn and children left Friday for lender son for an indefinite visit Miss Edith Hounsel celebrated hot twelfth birthday at the homo of her parents Mr and Mrs J CI lleunsel on Monday Mrs Dud Moorman and cbilI dren returned Friday from Garfield whore she was the guest of her parents We are glad to have Miss Essie Biggs back at her post of duty astt telephone operator after an illness of a few days of la grippe Miss liable McGlothlan will i leave shortly for Henderson where she will be the guest of Misses Anna May and Wilda Herndon Mrs Nannie Hodges arrived from Indianapolis Ind last week to spend the rest of the winter with her daughter Mrs Ernest Henderson Iilr and Mrs Harry H Kern per returned Monday from Gratx Ky where they have been the guests of his parents for several daysMrs C L Chamberlain after an absence ot several weeks the guest of her sister Mrs Frank Montgomery at Lebanon KyI returned home Saturday Mrs R B McGlothlan assist ed by her pupils gave a Washington birthday entertainment at the private school house The house was beautifully decorated in the red white and blue colors anda program ot recitations soPgs and drills was very credi tably carried out by the pupils and a pleasant afternoon was spent by all The mothers of the chil dren were the only ones present Miss Eva Horndon is expected home this week after a months visit to Rev and Mrs J T Lewis of CloverportBorn wife of Forrest Stith on last Sunday a boy Quite a number from hero attended the sale of Mr A B Skillman near town last Saturday Mr Skillman will move to Kirk in a short while to live IMrs J N Cordrey Is visiting rela at Pineville I I EKRON School opened here Monday under the supervision of Prof Chas Craycroft an able educa tor Rice Peak and wife who were guests of the latters parents A E Guedry and wife returned to their home at NoUn Sunday They were accompanied by their sister Mrs Dollie Lancaster Prock Dowell and wife were the guests of Bob Dovoll and wife SundayMiss Mary Taylor of Brandenburg visited Mrs Mollie Brown last week Miss Jen Hardin of Branden burg isj the guest of her niece Mrs Bettie Richardson MissesJennie and Mabel Rhodes visited their aunt Mrs Xram Dowell Friday night Miss Nellie Chids accompanied by Miss Maud Adkisson visited relatives and friends at Guston last week IC C Stith and wife spent sev eral clays last week at the homo of Frank Brown arid wife Mr Benlmm of Big Bend and his niece Mrs Lyons of New Albany were here lust week dividing their farm near here Mrs Lyons will erect a house on her part at once Mr Anisam and Ed W rather left Sunday for Illinois leis A Mi Simpson and daugh tel spent a part of last week with relatives near Hill Grove Rev D F Shacklet filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday Services were well attended Mrs Tom Payne of Brandenburg visited relatives and friends hers Sunday I The Colonial upper given here on last Friday night was well attended Both socially and finan cially it was a success Much credit is due to the young folks who appeared in Colonial costume I some of the dresses worn were J roles old The Ladies Aid de sire to thank the friends who as sisted them in preparing and furn ishing the bountiful supper From uarly in the day until late in tko evening well tilled baskets were received and from this bountiful donation all present wore fat i 4ily helped They also wish to thank the home boys for their assistance OASTORXABe thethe Kind You Have Always Boagtt 8ptof- lllO G CHENAULT Dr D SSphire was in town Sunday Mrs J F Jarboe is on the sick list Afreham Bennett has made an order for a fine lot of goods- C L Warren went to Louisville last week on business- E J Stallmann went to Louisville Monday with a fine lot of stock- J C Brodie who has been attending i ourt at Hardinsburg returned homeii SundayEugene Norton of LaHant was the guest of Miss Katherine Roberts Sun day Miss Stella Bearen was the guest of Misses OBryan of Mooleyville last weekMiss Veranica Manning and Goodson Frymire were the guests of Miss Nellie Lee Gilliland Sunday afternoon Rev Roberts of Stephensport held church it GetheAienia last week Miss Veranica Manning will leave next week for Maple Mount where she will attend school Hask Shellman was arrested in our town last week by Sheriff Miller- G A Gilliland has sold his house and farm to Barney Redman of Mooley villeMr Gilliland and family will Soon move to Louisville where they will make their future home They will be greatly missed by their many friends Willie Warren the little son of Mr and Mrs W W Ferd was badly bit in the face by a dog last week Dr D S Sphiro was called immediately to dress the wounds Little Helena Parr daughter of John Parr colored died last Saturday of dropsy and was taken to Gethemenia Sunday for burial WHEN YOU WRITE MENTION THE NEWS t American Farm Fencing P I Absolutely the best Fence on the market today for the money t t fir I American Farm tt- I Fencing JJ- I i StrongHeavy I I Durable I Efficient IiUp toDate I Satisfactory W tirryrVA A I J American 1 Farm 11 Fencing I L = J Buy No in Poke heavywires hing joints exactly purpose Thoroughly galvanized AMERICAN FENCE making experience unequalled superiority fur II your with beauty Fine feathers nape birds Pine useful Fence lifetime inches the furnish famous addition barb etc lCAND These greatest features Makes fence elastic Yields back FENCE the i i- ICi beauty beyond compare Etl itself the matter Q rIeconomy has equal the Poor Money Saver Fire Proof Storm Proof Flood Proof saving From every I fence the lead I I its I Farm Sold Jno H liarret has sold southeast town R L The contains 402 and the Luckiest In Arkansas Im luckiest Arkansas H L Stanley of Bruno the restoration wifes health five of continuous coughing and bleeding lungs and good fortune to worlds greatest medicine Kings Discovery which ex perience will if time improved first bottle and twelve bottles completed Cures the worse coughs and or money refunded Severs Drug 50c and 100 bottle free Tuesday February Car celebrated fourth of giving delightful tainment to several friends ELDER 115 119 Frederica Street Ky lit Jl00 day a Buy a fence that has shown tical worth in years of use Large flexible quality steel of propor tioned hardness to be right Is made by concern in world whose broad and facilities manufacture enable it to produce best fence that is offered We you this fence in stock merits and in roll but in field Come and see us and get I I f 1ip p 11 1 c tf a and ri fine and as a 1 fi1 26 89 and IT are l we this fgl In this we can are the a again is As it is it is As to it is to In g it ir It is and in th has and of all is in 9 = his farm of to Dr New som farm acres was 2000 Man the man in writes since of my after years from the I owe my the New for I know from cure taken in l5y wife with the Icure colds At Co Trial On 12 Roy ter the his birth by a enter of his little JUNE Prop to Open day and nip Rates per its prac of for the r the the for the can show our its not only the the The and of all ClocksSilverware SilverwareHolloware HollowareFlatware and findings TI Ci Ky American Farm Fencing r Wire1i1i WIreII it Springy Wire- Thoroughly I J it Galvanized Joint 1- A f r n American Farmt Fencing c J IIGroce property rmtlGii If1Fences arc AMERICAN issolidof andnecessarYI Fencing to HINGED JOINTS to IDi AMERICAN the American strongest to permanence practically absolutely satisfactory conditions of LASTLY no pricesJEWELRY standpoint the advantage AMERICAN 1tc 9I We carry and beJpleased to show stock and explain merits at any I B KyaCO consideration Dr Consumption consumption anniversary COLUMBUS HOTEL Owensboro Pig andexplain wireu I I finest best kinds WatchesClocks Musical instruments Lewis Sone Hardinsburg Stiff Hard I Hinge I tJ 11 shall F SATISFACTION IN LUMBER f Spring Is Opening Up That Calls For Lumber TELL US WHAT YOU WANT TO BUILD Well figure out the hum ber you need No worrying about that Satisfaction in lumber is a getitLot us have your lumber order today We have what you want Seaton Weatherholt Cloverport Ky a THE NEW IDEA THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUiN S Y ft EHHEDYS AXATIVEI ONEY UPjWAMI Neves I the Bowels Best for CMlldru RHCItttrrMrJ I old J Netball ith ssiigh wrn art wnklpsllne Npkldlr those contlnlnCOpItW Kulnsdrrs ruuiys Hussy sad Tar ITU the bowels sontnYa ns OJW i for SI by eli Druggists NNT 1 C i tf- II fI II II ti I1 1I w w 1I I iII t1I 1 JJ- ii i m w i m 1 wI i WW w I IiJ tp h m L1mL r llIg a t = tma ItgIat G fte Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1907 utts Pills After eating persons of a bilious habit will derive great benefit by taking one of these pills If you have been RINKING TOO MUCH they will promptly relieve the nausea IICK HEADACHE restoretfeelIngsake No Substitute Lookout for the Tacky Party Best butter beans 6c Julian H rown V Mrs JWills has been ill with the grip1 ithis week J Prestos sells Lewisport flour the best no the mprket Ben Bates of Irvington has been the guest of friends Ladies Home Journal for March at the News office Navy beans by the hag 3c Ib at Lt lian H Browns Miss Forrie Hardin of Holt has been the guest of relatives Miss Virgie Daniels has returned home from Owensboro Miss Ella Smith returned home from OWensboro Wednesday Miss May Berry went to Henderson last week for a short visit Lump coal 12 cents per bushel in 25 bushel lots at City Coal Co Mrs F T Heyser is in Cincinnati on a visit to her son Mr Roy Heysor I hosII ess to the Girls Club this afternoon Call for the Lewisport flour on sale at bCountjlls Miss Jane Hambleton went to Kosmos ale last week to visit her sister Mrs Chas Kiel Mrs J W Tatum and little daugh ter Margaret have returned home from HendersonPete of Yelvington arrived here last week to visit his sister Miss Drews Gregory Mrs Bob bungHnd Mrs Jack Young of Morganfield are the guests of Mrs Chas Skillman Best hog lard 12c Julian H tv Miss Jennie Warfield has returned to Louisville from a visit to her sitter Mrs Frank Fraize Polks belit corn 6c can Julian H BrownMiss Stella Winchel of Tobinsport was a guest at the banquet given by the Knights of Pythias Everybodys Magazine the Delinea tor the Metropolitan for March are on sale at the News office Arbuckles coffee 15c package at Julian H Browns BADLY AFFLICTED WITH CZMA r For More Than Two YearsTries It L Physicians Patent Remedies Old Women and Quack Cures and Found No Relief v USES CUTICURA AND IS f i SOON SOUND AND WELL J III was very badly afflicted with eo 3ma for more than two years Tho arts affected were my limbs below physiciansIn patentall the cures advised by old women and quacks and found no relief what ever until commenced using the Cu ioura Soap Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Itesolvent In the Cuticura Remedies I found immediate relief and was soon sound and well C V Beltz Tippecanoe Ind Nov 1505 DANDRUFF KILLS HAIR Cuticura Soap Kills Dandruff I was troubled with dandruff on my head ewer since I was twelve years old I had beautiful hair up to that myhairof I had no doctor but I went into acquainted of anything that would be good for n said Of course I do Justmet ofIttime I used it My iBisterinhv topofwouldnt grow I was there had a cako of Cuticura Soap with mo Itold her about it and gave her the Cutloura Soap and in about three months I went there again the childs bead was covered with hair and nob a sign of dandruff My sister said it was the Cuticura Soap The child is sot past three years old and has a ShigleyColumbus OonfMe Extent end Internal Treatment for Every Rumor of InUntiChlldren and AdulU coniliti ofCuHcura Sow Me to Chine the Skin Cuticura Ointment Me to Reall UM Skin cud Cuticura RtfoUtnt We On the tede of QueoMc Coated PilU Me per rial ot 10 to PurU Cktm Potterelmedoo- sl II Lookout fortit Tacky Party Best Red Top 9c lb at Julian H BrownsBest 200 bushel at Julian H Browns Mrs Nathaniel Tucker has been ill this week Best Clover seed 960 bushel at Julian H Browns Lumpcoal 12 cents per bushel in 25 bushel lots at City Coal Co Lookout for the Tacky Party Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Mrs Sophia Ryan and little daugh ter Lucile are in Madisonville visiting relatives They will go to Oklahoma soonThree boxes Quaker Oaks 25c at Julian H Browns =Mr and Mrs D H Severs gave a six oclock dinner Monday evening in honor of Mrs Bob Young and Mrsr Jack YoungLump coal 12 cents per bushel in 25 bushel lots at City Coal Co call at Prestons for the best flour Capi 2 12 pounds bulk Soda 5c 6 pounds Mocha and Java Coffee extra fine 1 Fruits and vegetables at Babbages big storeLookout for the Tacky Party Lump coal 12 cents per bushel in 25 bushel lots at City Coal Co Miss Marion Bowmer has arrived from Louisville to attend the BellWhite weddingMrs Reeves and Mrs Morrie Beard are expected here today to at tend the BellWhite nuptia- lsTOBINSPORT News Notes From the Village On the Indiana Shore State Evangcjist Landis is conduct ing a series of meetings at the Baptist church at this place Prof Polk took the examination at Cannelton Saturday- G W Winchell went to Louisville SundayProf Franklin Sanders visited at J C Ryans from Friday until Sunday The Tobinsport Telephone Co held a meeting Saturday afternoon for the election of new officers Mrs D J Biven is on the sick list Hugh Weatherholt and son Ernest were visiting at Oweneboro a few days last week Miss Zoona Hyde of Cannelton was the guest of Miss Nina Waatherholt last weekSupt Mosoby of Tell City was in this vicinity visiting schools last Wed nesday Messrs Allen Pierce and Harry Weather holt of Cloverport called on Misses Mabel England and Verna Ryan Wednesday evening Miss Nina Valentine and her aunt Mrs Hughes of DuQwin Ills are vis iting relatives and friends here Della Winchell was the guest of Misses Eva and Eliza May at Clover port Tuesday night Mr Joe Champion of Rome visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Rev L SSanders was here a few days last week attending the meetings Miss Fell Booth of Millstone visited Mrs Walter Dyer last week Capt Eugene McAdams Capt E P McAdams who is assisting the attorneys for the Government in the Sheriff Shtpp contempt of curt proceedings before Commissioner Ma ti er of the the United States Supreme Court is one of the best known officers in the Secret Service Capt McAdams headquarters are in Birmingham but his duties carry him from the Atlantic to the Pacific oceans He has returned from an extensive trip through the west Capt McAdams came to Chattanooga a dayor so ago from Washington He has taken an active part in the Sbipp case since the matter has been before the United States Supreme Court hav lug been detailed to this work by the Government officials at Wasbington He has worked up practically all the evidence and has visited in prison many of the witnesses that are now being put upon the stand Capt McAdams is a shrewd pains taking Secret Service Man His assist ant E O Mills of Birmingham has joined him here Chattanooga Star Henderson RouteGreater Louisville Ex position On this account a rate of 225 for the round trip front Cloverport to Louisville and return will be made on March 18 21 23 24 58 and 30r Good to re turn April 1 A Calendar Curiosity Divide the year by 4 taking no notice of the remainder Next find the number of days Inclusive from the 1st of January to the date In hand reck oning February always as having only twentyeight days Add together the sum the quotient and the first num hers and divide this by 7 The figure of the remainder gives you the day of the week 1 standing for Sunday 2 for Monday and BO ou The Famous Le Roy Plows are the best selling Plows because they are the BEST Plow that oan be built Mass by a strong Company hot In a trust IVstert for years In alt conditions They Drat Easy They hold easy All wearing parts are CHILLED Iron and wear longer than LoItoyConrad Payne Co Cloverport BERRYADK1NS Wedding Took Place In Owens boro Monday Miss Ollie May Adkins daughter of Mr and Mrs W D Adkins of Stanley and Mr Chas O Berry of Clovorport wore quietly married at 230 oclock Monday afternoon at the home of Miss Linle Oldlmm on West Main street The ceremony was performed by Rev J L Reid of the Main street Methodist church They left yesterday after noon for Cloverport where they will visit for a few days Mr and Mrs Ber ry will make their home at Mt Vernon Ills Mr Berry formerly worked in the railroad shops at Cloverport Owens bore Messenger FIRE AT HOLT Destroys the Old Brasliear Home Occupants Suffer Loss Fire on last Thursday night destroyed I the old Brashear homestead near Holt Jas Tate and family were living in the house and the flames had gained such headway before the fire was discovered that nothing was saved Allof the household belongings wore destroyed including all the affects of Mr Tates familyThere was no insurance on the per sonal property of Mr Tate but the house was insured for 1600 IN FAVOR OF THE RAILROAD In the case of Frank Hall vs the L H St L Ry for injuries sustained in a railroad collision the circuit court rendered a decision in favor of the de fendant In a former trial of the case Hall was given a judgment for 5000 t but the Court of Appeals granted a new trial and upon evidence introduced showing that Hall had exceeded the speed limit allowed by the railroad the jury exonerated the railroad by giving a verdict in their favor HELD UNDER 300 BOND A young man by the name of Shell man son of Alex Shellman of near Chenault was held under bond sf 300 in the circuit court on the charge of obtaining money under false pretenses As Others Saw HIm The artist possessed a strange talent It was to depict n face as It will look after the years have gone by and made It old At dinner with him sat a man old enough In nil conscience and tin beautiful The artist at once busied himself with drawing u sketch of himI which so exaggerated his tiiiu anti ness that the lip of the old man trem bled at the sight of It and a tear rose to his eye A woman who sat at the same table took pencil and paper and began to draw not the old moan but the artist who though young was quite as unbeautiful She fashioned the uneven line of his profile the small crooked nose the unstable chin the high bald forehead the fringe of hair around the edge of the baldness the neck the collar and handed It to himThe likeness Is perfect cried tlwI others Wo didnt know you could ilrnv When did you learn and how- I cant remember when I learned or how i have drawn so long said she hllt1intI she saw the chagrin of the I rtlst I seem to have been educated in art for the triumph of this wo trentNew York Press A Harem Dinner It was njy first harem dinner said the lady missionary We sat on the floor at a round table a foot high Servants eased us down Into our seats and lifted us np ngaln after the meal was over I asked time blessing Each course was served In one great dish and we helped ourselves with our flu gers tho first two fingers of the right hand Since I was their guest the cadis wives continually selected tid bits and pressed them daintily between my lips with finger and thumb To refuse would have been rude 1 gulped the tidbits down The dish I remember was n lamb roasted whole Inside time lamb was a turkey inside tho turkey was a chicken inside the chicken was a plgeonlnslde the pIgeon wits a quail and Inside the quail was n becaflc The becaflc tastes like a reed bird It In so small you swallow It head bones I1ndnllIn one mouthful I It I LWarvtsl Advertisements Inserted underlets head atone cent a word per wce- kFon a nestclass hull bird or fox dOlt cal write Ben F Bates the barber at Ir- vington FOR SALETlireo firstclass young tnllrh Their calves Just weaned For particulars address J S Tlnlus Holt 1Ky FOIL SALESpan of mules sixteen hands sate to work anywhere Sound as a dollar II II Hurdln Cloverport XANTEnYouiit girl for light house work Good home and wuces ll Hitler 1600 Frankfort Avo Louisville Ky COR SALEHoolt on Hypnotism and magnetIsmi cants JlrecUenrluge News WANTFD ell mon to sell fruit trees AshbySonsFOR SALEA good sowing machine for followingFOR SAMS An Ideal cash register to r 1artlculars wrlto to The Hreoktm rldro News Cloverport Ky JANTEDAsh Lusts and Cord Material for Handles Owonsboro Shovel and Tool Co Owensboro Iy- POIt SALK A tuition certificate In the Oreen lIuslnt Collllllle ltreck enrldgu News FOIl SALEiold rii setting H for LAS Exchange JUmarttnf nt orHreckenrlclKo News Cloverpt Ky FOR SALE 108 acres of land laylnc on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn 18 acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Trace 1500 each For further particulars write the IlreckeorMge sews Clorerport Iy FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good laundry machines Also now and seconhand Oas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE 51B 3rd Street Ixmlsvllle Iv rt tDR TAYLOR 1 Representing 7 TAYLOR KEENE a i DENTISTS w il X OF OWENSBORO W ty Will be In Cloverport on date W v announced later tits z z J o mf J SSf WhenII Thinkof I- Paintl iThink Of List b m SEVERS DRUG CO J THE STARTINGPOINF TO SUCCESS in many a mans business career has been the opening of a Bank AccountStart RightStart Now Wo will look after your busi ness interests with the utmost care andaccuracy and you will find a Bank Account and a Check Book a wonderful convenience START WITH US NOW BANK OF CLOVERPORT OLOVERlOUT KV Cloverport Planing 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 reasonableWe grades of Roofing at prices from 1 to 325 per squars Our befit Ruberoid will last as long as the building r i MEET ME AT NOLTES I Free wIw Call and get theJJ C a t I New StandardNOLTE I Fashion Sheet BRO I ITS A BEAUTY It illustrates the most in farf J delight you Kentucky STANDARD PATTERNSh10Cand 15c None HigherWW cI r t CJsK rl c o DO YOUR BAKING for extra enterta fa Not unless you have provided y setwith a sack t ofCADICKS CADICKSGOLD FLOUR If you have never tried it its a goed 1 time now Youll get the opirvoa if your friends If they are enthusiastic in their praises of your delicious bread rolls cakes and pastry remember if due to Cadicks Gold Dust Flour eMetteMAKERS1 Ind UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH Sewanee Tennessee Opened in 1SGS Liteded at 80lmool Tenncwe on a plateau of the Cumberland Mountains JOUO ftet above the level of the sen Sewaneo has It national reputation as a health re tort The University has a domain of nearly ton thousand acres much of it covered with virgin forests and all of it abounding in natural scenery of great beauty The Departments of the University are ACADEMEC Including School of Engineerin- gTHEOLOGICAL MEDICAL Including School of Pharmecy and Traininfl School for Nurses LAW i Confers the following degrees in course B A M Ay B C E C E B D G D LL B M U Ph G vv I Number of Paofessors and officers administration 50 Average number of students annually between 500 and GOO Graduate alumni number about one thousand The Lent Spring Term of the University begins March 21st The Trinity Summer Term June 28th With this term begins the scholastic year The Advent Fall Term begins September 19th Vacation from Do V comber 17th to March 20th upon the University Domain Sewaneo Tennessee prepares boys for this and other Univerties and for business For catalogues and other information address B Lawton Wiggins MA LLD ViceCliancellor Sewanee Tennessee HAVE YOU TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF A THIS OFFER f The News and Daily Herald one year for 200 t iTI iII t F f I k I f fj PRESIDENT FINLEY t tOFi T SOUTHERN RAILWAY I L ADDRESSES SUBORDINA I tt f The representatives of the Freight 1 1and Passenger Department of the Southern Railway Company were i brought together In Atlanta on Febru ary lUh at the request of President Finley who addressed them in part as J follows Your duties bring you into personal r J Jand daily contact with the people along p the lines of the Southern Railway and I as one who has filled positions which k some of you are now filling propose to speak to you briefly of the relations of freight and passenger agents to tho public Your duties are of n two fold nature You owe duties to the railway company by which you are employed and you owe duties to the public These double duties Mo not in any way result in conrtct or divided allegiance for he serves the railway best who serves the public hest The general officers of a railway have t unfortunately too few opportunities fort t peoplettransportation services The man hay ing business relations with the road as i a rule comes into personal contact with the local representatives of the traffic and operating departments The poli des of the railway are formulated and mapped out b the general officers but the application of these policies to specific transactions must be entrusted in f the main to men in the field It follows then that you have in a substantial sense the reputation of the Southern Railway Company for fair andjust deal ing your hands Whether the company shall he popular or unpopular in very large measure upon depondsI tude toward the public and upon your treatment of those doing business with the road It is of supreme importance therefore that you who daily come in to intimate personal contact with the public should bear in mind constantly that it is the unvarying policy of the company to be just and fair to all alike to the small shipper and the occasion i al traveler as well as to the large shipper I and the regular traveler that you should be perfectly frank in all business dealings that you should always be considerate and patient and that you should do all in your power to make the services of the road satisfactory to those for whom they are performed I All classes of the public should be treated with consideration and be givenIi I every reasonable accommodation Even I the man who makes impossible or un reasonable demands should not be dismissed with a curt refusal He may not know that what he asks is either impossible or unreasonable and a few words of frank explanation jpuintingout to him why his wishes cannot 1e com pliedwith nuiv send him away a friend I i r t 1 i G s to the road instead of a faultfindtr While every thing possible should be done should be for the accommodation roadicarethe impossible in the way of facilities or services When failure to fulfil such a promise follows the man who mnde iit may be able to shift responsibility to the operating or some other department or officer but the damage done to the reputation of the road cannot be easily remedied Question that seem to youI to be trivial may bo considered of mucht importance by the persons asking thomI and they should be answered with patience and courtesy The efficiency of the service as a whole depends upon the efficiency of each individual official and employee Every agent and employeoshould study his duties in detail and should under stand thoroughly just what he is to do in any contingency that may arise He should then neglect no details of hisi I duties however unimportant it may i seem to him for no matter how carefully I and minutely duties may be pre I scribed by the general officers the ne glect of some apparently minor detail may lead to serious or possibly to disastrous results Of even more impor tance than a careful observance of duties prescribed by the company is obedience to law Many of the relations between the railways and the public arc now regulated by Federal and State statutes and every official and employee of the Southern Railway Company must un derstand that its business affairs are to be conducted at all times in strict ac cordance with the laws of the land No transaction or practice that is forbidden by the laws can be permitted and as I am sure you all understand there must be no resort to evasion of any kind As representatives of the Southern Railway Company you should bear iin mind at all times the basic fact that the interests of the railway andof those served by it are identical and that they are inseparably interwoven The railway can prosper only as a result of the prosperity of communities by which the demand for transportation is increases and the prosperity of the South can continue and can be brought to the highest possible level only through ade quate and efficient transportation facilities At the present time when every effort is being made to supply additional facilities and more efficient servies nothing is more important than that the truth of this proposition should be realiz ed by men in all lines of business When once this identity of interests is thorou ghly understood the railroads of the South and the people will be brought together in more harmonious co opera tion for the development of the natural n un GT EATER LOUISVILLE XPOSITIOI ONE FARE FOR RO WHIP BY RAILORRIVER MAR I83O cREATORE AND HP- BAND Government Exhibits aqd o jerGr afiptCaclions I ROOSEVELT PRESIDENT 211VILLTOUCtfy TOUCtfyTHE BUTTOiL NUT15TgYtJ J LETS YOu SEEITALUI Li J 3f gTmID J ITERAT1 E I resources of the South and for the expansion of all lines of industry The men in the freight and passenger de partmenti are in a position to do much to bring about th s mutual good under standing and this harmonious coopera territorySYour careful attention to the wants of I the people and your considerate treat ment of everyone having business with I the road will serve as a constant object lesson of its interest in the individuals and communities along its lines Sly personal experience convinaes me that the people as a rule are fairminded and when fully informed can bo relied upon to deal justly with the transporta tion interests I feel sure that itis only necessary to direct your attention to the importance of your relations to the public and that we shall have your loyal support in carrying out what is the policy of the com pany the building up of a thoroughly efficient transportation system on the solid basis of harmonious relations with the people along its lines There is another point to which I de sire to call your special attention The management of the Southern Railway has been confided to us as a high and sacred trust This trust is not confined to the President the general officers or the Board of Directors It applies with equal obligation in his sphere of action to the humblest em ploye as it does to the highest Each hat his duty to perform and in the performance of that duty he represents the railway and is engaged in the per formance of a trust in respect to it The brakeman cannot perform the Presi dents duty nor can the President per form the brakemans Each must do faithfully his own duty and only in the honest and faithful performance of duty by all can there come a proper measure of success The railway and the public are entitl ed to the very best that is in our em ployes from the highest to the lowest they are both entitled to demand that there shall be no lukewarm or limited service but that the heart of your em ployes shall be in their work All of us have voluntary undertaken a duty in respect to this property and the railway and the public should receive from each of us full and faithful performance J wish to build up among all our em ployes a spirit of interest and cooperd tiona spirit in which each man will recpgnize that he is identified with the railway and will earnestly and honestly work for its welfare Only in this way can we successfully administer the tust which has been confided to us All headaches go When you grow wisrr And learn to URe- A nII Early Riser DcWitts Little Early Risers safe sure ills IN MEMORY OfIAUNT POLLY j Polly Board colored departed this life Feb 16 1907 She was fifty years old She professed Christanity nineteen years ago during Rev Talbuts pastorateIAunt Polly had been sick all the fall and winter and last Monday she had a relapse and grew steadily worse until the end crime She told her daughter Sallie I will not getwell but the Lord has prepared a home for me in Heaven II When her son Clarence asked her if she was prepared to die she said Yes I ask the Lord to spare me to see my children and he is good I trod kind IIShe was a kind and devoted I mother and a faithful womanly woman Her last words were I want I I to see my Mary IIShe leaves to mourn I her death two daughters and many relatives Besides those she had many I friends among the white people who highly respected her Among them are Mrs A R Fisher and Mrs Frank Fiake The following are the words of a friendWell done thou good and faithful servant enter in the joys of thy Lord Truly Aunt Polly earned this great promise of God it is attested by those who knew her best of her love and faith She had great kindness in her heart if she had nothing else to give it would be a cup of cold water or gath er flowers and place them in your house or if she thought you were tired she had a kind word and helping hand Many little white arms were put around her neck with the words You are my black mammy Her energy her devotion in her family were known to all and as theyI gathered around her dying bed she j looked up and smiled and saidThe Lordhas been so good to me May we rejoice in the hope of meeting her again some day for it was through the Spirit she waited for the hope of righte ousness of CaithJJ A Friend Frightfully Buned Clime W Moore a machinist of Ford City Pa had his band frightfully burn appliedBucklensresult a quick and perfect cure Greatest healer on earth for Burns Wounds Sores Eczema and Piles 250 at Severs Drug Co i t MADE A BAD START V I Installation of Electric Service on New York Central Railway Attended by Disaster TWENTY PERSONS WERE KILLED Electric Train Going Seventy Miles an Hour Leaves the Track and Death Claims Many Victims the Most of Whom Were Women Now York Feb 18 Twenty dead two fatally hurt and 145 others more or less seriously Injured is the result of the wreck of an electric express train on the NUJV York Central rail road at 205th street and Webster ave nue Saturday night Of the large number of injured fifty are according to hospital and polka reports serious 1 ly hurt and the deathlist may be In creased within the next twentyfour hours Most of the others are suffer ing from lacerations or shock and will recover The cause of the wreck Is still a matter of speculation Motorman Rogers of the wrecked train according to the coroner has made a statement that he was running on schedule time when the accident occurred and admitted that the speed of train was seventy miles an hour Rogers said the coroner declares that ho did not know anything was wrong until an eighth of a mile beyond the place of den ilment It Is thought that a spreading of the rails caused the disaster It is supposed that one of the motors hit a section of the track with force enough to cause It to jump off The smoker followed and swung the cars following completely off the track breaking the coupling When the rear cars broke loose they ran wild for a distance and finally turned over When the wreck occurred the three rear coaches completely filled with passengers mostly theater parties and commuters were thrown on their right side just above a sharp curve at Woodlawn Road bridge People were hurled violently from their seats and the most of those who were killed were pitched through the win dows as the cars slid on their sides The third rail held for a time but finally broke with a flash and a rour seen and heard for a great distance Between the wreck of the current rail and the main track the bodies were wedged They were held here as the cars passed along and in this way were terribly mangled Among the passengers was a party of girls from Miss Knoxs fashionable school at White Plains several of whom wore killed Most of the dead and Injured are women Dentin gripped some of the passen gore quickly and mercifully Others had their limbs torn off and others with fractured skulls were stunned Into unconsciousness of further injury And when the motor cars with airbrakes set finally came to a stop tho shattered cars remained on their sides with their passengers piled on top of one another the dead and injured mixed together with seats and splintered Iron and woodwork plied upon them If you are Constipated dull or bilious or have a sallow lifeless complexion try Lax ets just once to see what they will do for you Lax ets are little toothsome Candy tabletsnice toeatntce in effect No griping no pain Just a gentle laxative effect that is pleasingly desir able Handy for the vest pocket or purse Laxets come to you in beauti ful lithographed metal boxes at 5 cents and 25 cents Sold by Severs Drug Company The preservation of the flesh of the mammoth for ages In Siberia Is not remarkable In most northern districts of that country ground never thaws beyond u depth of two or three feet Bodies of men burled 200 years have been examined and found unchanged being frozen perfectly so- lidConvalescouts NEED VINOL byoreatingThero Is Just ono thing tho matter slckthatTo all such people In this vicinity we recommend our delicious cod liver beststrengthVlnol strengthens tho digestive or promotessound toialltheoil andtonicSevers Drug CoI J 1 w Vl04F W For Emergencies at Home for the Stock on the Far- mS1oars Linimelt Is awhole medicine chest Price 25c 5Oc 0 tOO Send For Free Booklet OP tIfr c C leHoes Poultry Address Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass n 1IDIAMOND 7 ORANO SHOE FOR EVERY FOOT FIVE BIG FtGTORES We make every style of shoe that is worn That is one reason why we can give you better value for the r money in Diamond Brand shoes than is possible in factories making only one kind ofshoe As we operate five large plants subdivided into seven I specialty factories every inch of leather can be utilized in some department and we are enabled to grade our leather to produce uniformly the highest quality without waste Ask your dealer for Diamond Brand Shoes DIAMOND BRAND i k4A r SHOEMAKERSc ou WE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN ANY OTHER MOUSE IN THE WEST 4 J THE JJ- Fifth Avenue i HOTELw y Louisville Ky M PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr I II I IIIITnemost centrally located and only hotel in the city Imaklnj a 1200 rate Only one block from the principal m shopplngftlstrict and two blocks frem the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts ot tbe city- Everything neat and ideas e NmN M1NNN The Bank of Hardinsburg- and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000 B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUl COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskiidge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Administrator Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or Burglary OO+ NN NO ++ NNNIONNONONNNi Nfa HN lfafarlilfaf tNtlt iNN tf fal N LOW RATES FROM LOUISVILLE VIA Southern RailwayI- n effect daily after March 1 to April 30 and September t to October 31 inclusive 3400 Helena and Butte 3550 Spokane 1 3800 Portland Tacoma and Seattle m 3800 San Francisco Los Angeles and f other CALIFORNIA pOints Corresponding rates to other points in the West and Northwest 4 Chearono way colonist tickets and round trip hpmeseekors bo sold on March 5th and 19th and April 2d nd 16th to Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and other oints in thoS outhwest and Southeast For maps folders and complete information canon your Ilocal agent or KyCt KyJTi fj y iJJ f V t e J = Jf J Sly II IJJ al m isa I 1HH II HHi HHli I I sl Il r r A T i4- SJiI PERFECTLY CERTAIN 1 v i Is The Tremendous Successj Of This Enterprise LOUISVILLE MEN SHfitf SPEED Greater Louisville Exposition Openin- March 18 For Two WeeksWill Have Creatore Famous Musician Baseball Low Rates In Fact Everything of Interest As the time for the opening of the Greater Louisville Exposition draws nearer the Interest In that great event in this and all other sections of the state of Kentucky as well as through out the South Is greatly increasing The visitors to Louisville will return home and give expressions of deep interest in the exposition and pride in the enterprise apd public spirit Of the exposition officials who are working BO hard in the interest of their state and city without prospect or wish for any pecuniary gain Showing what pride they take in E their citys great enterprise the mer- chantsI and manufacturers of Louis I I l1l t FRED LEVY President of the Louisville Commercial Club and Vice President of the Greater Louisville Ex position Company sine have covered their envelopes and stationery almost over with advertis ing matter concerning the exposition and the title Greater Louisville Ext position seems to appear in the most r unexpected quarters at the most un expected time Louisville drummers who visit here let no one escape and if for no other reason the people of Kentucky will be bound to go to Lou isville between March 18 and 30 to see what has been so widely heralded This will be a matter of easy accom plishment because the railroads of Kentucky have announced a rate of one fare for the round trip with threeI selling dates each week the tickets good returning until April 1 Besides these splendid rates many singleday excursions will be run and it Is said by the railroad officials composing the Southeastern Passenger Association that the rates for these excursions will be the best ever offered for a aim ilar enterprise The Division of Programme of the exposition Is now busily engaged in preparing the plans for various special days Interesting programmes will be arranged for these special days and the music by the great Creatores band will be an added attraction to the exposition twice dally This band ofI sixty renowned soloists Is recognized everywhere as being absolutely the foremost organization of its kind and the twice daily concerts willI be Included in the extraordinarily low price of admission which will- is twentyfive cents for adults and fifteen cents for children For special days Sig Creatore has very graciously copsented to make his N programme typical of the occasion I The following days have been decIdedI opgn and plans are In train to makeI each one a unique success DedlcaI tion Day Edison Day Childrens Day Greater Louisville and Falls Cities Day All Kentucky Day Fraternal Dayj Transportation Day Womans Day University Day Music Day News paper Day and Getaway Day It will be of interest to lovers of the national game to know that the Louis vine baseball team will contest with two major league teams during the exposition period playing five games in all It can be seen that the people of Kentucky will have a splendid opportunity of seeing the Greater Louis ville Exposition hear Creatores fa mous band and see such magnificent baseball organizations as the Chicago I National League team and the Boston Americans Boston will play three games March 23 24 and 25 while Chicago will play two games March 28 and 29- There is no citizen of Louisville who does not stand ready to extend a warm and brotherly welcome to his fellow Kentuckian from any part of the state Likewise a warm and hOSe pltable welcome will be extended to all exposition visitors The hotel keepers in Louisville have announced to the state in particular and to the South in general that there will be no advance in charges during the exposition period The forbearance of these public entertainers has hen noticeable in the past and it will likely redound greatly to their profit aft the near future REMARKABLE STORY Misting Treasurer Accounts for the Missing Bonds New Brltnu Conn Feb 22Pros dent Philip Corbin of the Savings bank of New Britain has made public a letter received from William F Walker the missing treasurer mailed from New York about two weeks ago and just before he disappeared In the letter Walker states that he was bge representatives of a bond house with which the Savings bank did buslne3s He said that It was stated that there had been a wrongful Issue of certain bonds and over Issue of certain other- that Walker lad purchased and some of which the hank had held for a long time Walker finally turned all the bonds over to three men and later discovered that the men did not rep resent the house at all The amount Involved Is very large he says and the matter ha so upset me that I am nearly frantic My head is so wild that I cannot tell you Just what the bonds were I want to assure you whatever may be the outcome of this trouble that I have not been benefited by It or by any other transactions to the amount of one dollar No gain has been re ceived by me and no loss became t have been the gainer 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 does not claim to cure a dozen ailments ts for Croup thats all Sold by Severs Drug Company SALOON KEEPER HELD Accused of Being Responsible for En glneers Death Paris 111 Feb 22After two weeks of Investigation the coroner jury Impaneled to Investigate the death of George Bridges a Cairo di vision engineer rendered a verdict ascribing the responsibility to Perry Lansaw a local saloon keeper Bridges was shot on the night of Jan 22 as he was trying to gain entrance t the saloon His death ensued on Feb G as the result of blood poisoning He maintained from the first that Lansaw shot him but as to this there was no direct evidence as no one except the wounded man actually saw the shot fired and It came from In side the building Lansaw who denies all knowledge of the shooting admits that he slept In the saloon that night and there was no one else In the building He was arrested Immediately on the return of the coroners verdict and gave bond for his appearance in the sun of 2000 THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail Jor II Dr E W Hall 2020101ieKstreet St Louis Mo Send for Kentuck testimonials SPENT IT MISS DIXON SAYS Bloomington Girl Admits Using Money of Her Church Bloomington 111 Feb 22Miss Helen DIxon treasurer of the Glean ers Society of the Second Christian church has at last admitted that her extravagance In personal expend tures had dissipated the 1300 for a new organ which had been Intrust ed to her For the first time since her arrest she talk d freely at the home of a friend Although ill and hardly able to speak above a whisper she admitted that the money of the church placed in her care had slipped through her fingers in some manner for her personal desires and with little help from outsiders Much of the mystery which surrounded the case MI h oioarorl un by this statemenr weoks treatment for rheumatism and bladder troubles for 25 cents That Is what you get in a small box of DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Nothing else so goodjfor all troubles caused by im pure blood Sold by all druggists UNIVERSITY OF HUMANITY Latest Scheme of Gen BoothLook Ing for a Millionaire Giver London Feb 22The newest schemes of General Booth head of the Salvation Army Include the establish ment of a university Addressing a meeting of stock exchange members he said I am looking for a million aire to help me form an international university of humanity As we have universities of arts sciences and the ology I think we ought to have one for training men and women to deal with the sorrows and miseries of man E You ought to know what you are giving your baby You will know if OU use Cascasweet and take the trouble to look at the wrapper Every ingredient is shown there in plain English Casca sweet is best corrective for the stomachs of babies and children Sold by Jail druggists NEWS OF KENTUCKY Tirsley Told Infl Mon Concerning Matter of C Hit I Interest- to Ki iticrs THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Here Are Found Accurately Detailed the Happenings of the Largest Im port Which Are Attracting Atten KentuckysFrankfort Ky Feb 22A case similar In many respects to that of Harry K Thaw now being tried In New York city was the occasion for a new ruling for the Kentucky court of appeals In reversing a judgment sentencing James A Shipp of Taylor county to life Imprisonment for kil aling J A Smith of Campbellsburq for alleged Improper relations with his wife the court holds that It was competent for the defendant to tell the jury of a confession by his wife to him of her relations with Smith which confession he says she made to him two days before the killing and that It was not competent to prove her chastity as rebutting the Idea that she would have made such a confession to her husband Shlpp killed Smith on sight after as he ays hearing the story from his wife lips THE EXTREME PENALTY The Hangman Had a Series of Jobs In Kentucky nlFletcherI for assaulting Mary Gladder a German girl vho was traveling through the country with her father They overpowered the father and tied him Fletcher was sixtyfive years old and bent with age He has a familyr f several grown daughters his wife hay ing died since his confinement in jail Gus Lyons was also married James Lyons who did nothing mor than hold Mr Gladder confessed and was sentenced to twenty years In the penitentiary John Sacra was also granto ed a new trial- Spurned the Black Cap Barbourvllle Ky Feb 1GJesse Fitzgerald negro was hanged here for murdering Mrs Robert Broughton The negro asked that the black cap be not adjusted and he was hanged with his sight free For Killing Fellow Convict Eddyvllle Ky Feb 16Ben Huffs ker a negro was hanged In the pen tentiary here for killing a fellow con vict Young Woman Kills Lover Marlon Ill Feb 19Dora Turner daughter of G H Turner of Harris burg Ill shot Robert Kennedy and then shot herself Both will die tills Turner for some weeks has been keeping company with Kennedy who Is a conductor on the Coal Belt Elec quarreledySunday night and Kennedy demand ed keepsakes he had given the girl Before separating Miss Turner told Kennedy that she would kill him If he did not marry her Monday Yesterday afternoon she went to his room They were alone when the shooting took place Sold at Court House Door Henderson Ky Feb 20The Hen derson street railway company of this city was sold at the door of the courthouse at public sale upon an order of the court to satisfy the claims of creditors C A Hlnch of Cincinnati president of the Fifth National bank of that city represent ing bondholders bought the compa nys interests for 80000 The name of the company will be changed to the Henderson Traction company and will be capitalized for 150000 and bonds for 100000 will be issued Has Five Pairs of Twins Versailles Ky Feb 16Thelr fourth consecutive pair of twins within seven years has Just been born to Mr and Mrs Henry Tucker of near Mid way Tucker about ten years ago was the father of twins by his former wife Of the ten children six are living Mr Tucker is a farmer Trial Made Him Insane Rockford Ill Feb 18Hls mind wrecked by reading of the Thaw case August Ludolph of Janesville Wls was locked up here Ludolph said ho was on his way to Now York having accepted a fee of 500000 to tes tify as an expert In insanity He said his evidence would clear Thaw Racehorse Brings High Figure Lexington Ky Feb 18L V Harkness has sold to Steiner Maler of Lima 0 the noted racehorse and sire Mobel 2100 by Moko dam Chestnut Bell by Red Wilkes The price is private but it Is reported to be about 10000 Fix Date for State Convention Louisville Ky Feb l6The Republican state central committee has decided to hold the convention for nomination of state officers in Louis ville on Juno 26 next Glasgow Ky Feb 18Flre pro Ucally destroyed the BprryHii ler Dry Goods cororanys sore The rnt estimates the loss at 100000 y S A IIAWLEY Succumbs To Death After a Long Illness at His Home in Hawesvllle Mr Stephen A Hawley one of the best known nnd loved citizens of the town of Hawesville died at 130 a m yesterday after an illness extending over several months A year or so ago Mr Hawley who was a contractor and carpenter fell from a building in this city receiving such injuries as unfitted him for active duties and laid the foun dation for the end The immediate cause of his death was Bri hts disease Yesterday morning he ate consider able breakfast but died in a short time afterMr Hawley was born in Hawesville on February 10th 1843 He was a de voted member of the Baptist congrega tion and was a man who was universally respected and beloved He was also a member of the Odd Fellows lodge and we understand this body will offi ciate at his burial which will occur at 200 p m today interment in Hawes ville Cemetery- Mr Hawley leaves a widow and two sonsMessrs George and Charles Haw leyHancock Clarion Mr Hawley was a cousin of Mrs J H Wills of this city Mrs Wills visited him a few days before his death oA TORIABeats thelie Kind You Hare Always IiII SignAture Y rIfJlof ASKIN are busy sowing oats and IFarmers Estell Askin wont to Fordsville Tues dayMi and Mrs Sanford DeHaven spent Sunday with Mr Allen Burton Miss Rosa DeHaven visited her sister Mrs Mary Chancellor last week Misses Cora and AJlie Askin are ex pected home soon from Fordsville whore they have been staying for some time Mike Cook expects to return from Indiana about the first of March- A letter has been recently received from Wave Johnson the first for some time He is now in Oregon buft is com ing home in March Mr Johnson says he expects to make this country his fu ture home He has been gone about four years Crit Burton of Rockvale spent Sun day with his brother Allen Burton A liquid cold relief with a laxative principle which dnvts out the cold through a copious action of the bowels anda healing principal which lingers in the throat and stops the cough that 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 by all druggists BRYCE AT HIS POST New British Ambassador Arrives a Washington Washington Feb 22Hon Jams Bryco the new British ambassador tr Washington accompanied by Mrs Bryce arrived here at 1301 ocloc1 yesterday afternoon They were m11 at the station by Mr Esme Howard councillor of legation and charg daffaires and the entire embassv staff and ladles who extended them a hearty greeting The ambassador and his wife were ImmediatelyJ driven to their temporary apartments In Stonellgh court while the repairs to the embassy are being completed The Pain Family You know them they are numerous and make their presence felt everywhere The names of the family are Head ache Toothache Earache Backache Stomach ache Neuralgia etc They are sentinels that warn you of any derange ment of your system When the brain nerves become ex hausted or irritated Headache makes you miserable if the stomach nerves are weak indigestion results and you double up with pain and if the more prominent nerves are af fected Neuralgia simply makes life unendurable The way to stop pain is to soothe and strengthen the nerves Dr Miles AntiPain Pills do this The whole Pain family yield to their influence Harmless if taken as directed I find Dr Miles AntiPain Pills an excellent remedy for overcoming head ache neuralgia and distressing paIns of alt sorts I have used them for the withtheMRS JOE MERRILL Peru Ind Dr vines AntiPain Pills are sold by your drUggltkwhO will guarantee that the will benefit If It falls he will return your money 28 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind t 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William II Taft THE SERMON EMPERORS VOICE ttf11STtER IN PARIS AND IN VENICE PAIER ON GARDENING FARMING AND ANt HITFCnRt- FR II A nil I1RAI 1III sTKATPn SISFI1I hpuRLES PAFEKI ON ART THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR jThree Short Serials Supplementing the Centurys famous War Series II HOW THE WAR GENERAL HOWARDS LINCOLN IN THE WAS FINANCED REMINISCENCES TELEGRAPH OFFICE daysJayCookedocuments Illustrated en of the time Illustrated pher of the War Department THE FINEST COLOR WORK OF THE MAGAZINES NEW SUBSCRIBERS who begin with November tgo6 In which number Mrs Burnett great international novel The Shuttle begins may obtain free of charge if they ask for them on subscribing the August September and Octo ber 1906 numbers and thus get first chapter of Running Water the stroagnovel by A kW Mason author of The Four Feathers Thus subscribes get fifteen numbers for the price of twelve Subteriptton price fiOO The Centarjr Ce Ualea Square New York City l 4 ya I erPICKED UP 5 ON THE ROAD Mrs Laura Davis returned to her horn in Louisville Monday She came dow to see her sister Mrs Henry Davis of Hardinsburg who has been quite sick i with lagrippe Jonas Lyons thinks he has the fines opening for a brick plant in the county on his farm two miles from Irvington He says he has a never failing pond and a fine lot of wood and plenty of dirt to make brick Heres a chance for som man who wants to go into the brie business E P Hardaway of Bewleyville the Duroc Jersey man bought last week a fine Duroc Jersey sow fot 70 He Bays it is one of the finest bred sows he could find iairand Mrs Scott Eruirgtcns 11 yearold boy died in Louisville last week of pneumonia His remains were brought to Harned Monday for burial t Miss Edna W Moorman was a pas senger on the train last Saturday en route to Brandenburg to visit friends From there she goes to Louisville to learn the millinery business In the spring she will open a store in Liver more Her father Mr Jas H Moor man is spending the winter in Augusta Ga with his son James He is l8 years old and enjoying good health E B Baxter who bought the Jame Cary farm near Glendeane has moved on the place with his three sons and daughter He came from near Paducah 9 James Cary has gone to Oklahoma City Mrs A M Hardin of Lodiburg iis very sick with pneumonia Hoo D C Moorman sold to San Stite last week two fine mares for 375 DUKES Mires Purl and Carrie liaghan Jessie Wteftttey and Flora Newbutg spent Friday and Saturday at Patwvllk the guests of Mines Anna and Tula LambT McGavock moved to Webster Tuesday J II Lamb Oscar Young Clifton corley Homer Lamb Mint Clark and daughter Miss Emma and Mrs EtU Marlow of Patesville attended the en uruinment at this place Wednesday night at the school house Miss Clara Duke returned home Fri day after a visit of several days with her sister Mrs Anna Hardin of Weber B H liasham and UII Tindle made their regular trips to Pateville Sunday Our school closed Monday after o successful trm taught by Miss Anna Lamb of Pateaville and Homer Tindle flf this place The Literary and Debating society will meet next Thursday night at the school house Charlie Johnson went to Owencboro Friday to secure employment Homer Tindle and Beanie Itasham will leave in a fuw weeks to enterschool atHardinsburgMrs of Intoeville spent Wednesday with Mrs L Newbury Mrs Clint Bivens and daughter Miss Carrie spent several days last week with her son Chas liivena The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In thlr ountrv most dancerous hen a a y y tive sudden deaths are caused b- yitheart disease + pneumonia f failure or apoplexy are the of kidney disease If kidney trouble is al to advance will the vital organs or the Kidneys themselves break and waste cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a ierangement of the kidneys and a cure is jbtined quickest bya proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy- It corrects Inability to hold urine and Ing in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go during tho day and to get up during the night The and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar bottles You may sample bottle of IIsizedwonderful new dlsI and book that Many heart often result lowed th- ekidneypolsoned blood attack down away scald pain often many times mild noo 00 tells all about It both llomeofBwampBoot sent free by nall Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mentior reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mlstakojbut remember the name SwampHoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Boot and the address Dlnghamton N Y ts on oven bottir d Misses Tula Lamb Bessie Lynch Ella Evans of Patesville and Jess Whcatley spent Vednesday with Flora Newby Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eatiu sores scrofula eczema itching rising and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Dotani Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is node pure aud rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle 3 bottles for J250 or 6 bottles fo rg500 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 Birthday Dinner Mr and Mrs Frank Fraiae gave an all day dinnerparty Sunday to celebrat the seventyfourth anniversary of Mi Fraizes birthday which was February the twentysecond The guests were Miss Josie Raitt Miss Georgia White Miss Florrie Hardin of Holt and Mis Jennie Warfield of Louisville This is Worth Saving The following simple homemad mixture is said to relieve any form of Rheumatism or backache also cleans and strengthen the Kidneys and Blad der overcoming all urinary dtsorders if taken before the stage of Bright disease Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Mix by shaking well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful dose after meals and at bedtime- A wellknown authority states tha these ingredients are mainly of vege table extraction and harmless to use and can be obtained at small cost from any good prescription pharmacy Thos who think they have kidney trouble or suffer with lame back or weak bladde or Rheumatism should give this prescription a trial as no harm can possi bly follow its use and it is said to do wonders for some people Enjoying Florida News has been received from Mi Fred Fraise that he is having a most pleasant outing in Florida spending most of his time fishing Mr Fraii writes the climate there is balmy and warm like May weather in Kentucky Mr Fraise will no doubt be very much improved in health after he return from his recreation in the southland SIOO Reward SIOO TIM reader of this paper will be pleased W learn that there Ife at let one dreaded dk ease that soleiice has been alriu to cure In nil Its stages and that Is Catarrh Halli Catarrh Cure Is tilt only positive cure nov known to the medical fraternity Cutarrl being a constitutional UIMMUC requires i constitutional treatment Halls CttUrrl Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood nod mucous surfaces ot tho si stem thereby destroying the t undutlon or the dts ease and tiring the patient strength bj building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing It work The proprietors have so much fvith In Its curatlvo powuri that they otTer One Hundred Dollars for nny- case that It tallii to cure Send for list ol testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists Tic TakuliaUs Family 1llls for constipation Adams Vccabulcry There Is some curiosity ns to tin ilKO of Father Adams vocabulary As ho find to invent to fit the necessities that ntjHe It undoubtedly was what night he called1 a working vocabulary Presumably It didnt equal in dliuen lions that of Mother Eve She needed n larger one I made up n new word lodny Ad she would say and then the two would talk It over ami perhaps smooth It down or polish It up And naybe edam would think up a new word while he paraded up antI down In his bare feet through the chunk of Jungle that they culled front yard try lug to pct nile of the baby boys to deep It didnt take much to suggest new words In those days When Adam tubbed his toe or stepped on a hornet his vocabulary would promptly receive icvernl additions that were of the note forcible than elegant class And Eve had her special words too and she hud a way of repenting thorn n grent many times to Adams profound ilscomflture No Adams vocabulary vasnt big enough to deserve the rune It wasnt oven a near vocabulary It was Just a bunch of half baked words Cleveland Plain Dealer Lovers Ink There are various kinds of invisible Inks but here Is a method of making Ink which can he wiped off a sheet or gaper with a pocket handkerchief without leaving u trace Dissolve some torch In water until it Is as thick as ream Thou add to the starch a few Irops of tincture of Iodine which will urn the starch to a dark red color tow take a pen and write with this prepared Ink upon a shoot of note pa PCI The Ink will dry right away aft er which you may erase the whole of your letter by simply wiping the sheet with a pocket handkerchief It will Isappear as easily as chalk will from an ordinary school blackboard when a rubber Is used upon it London Tele mpha tfrc NOTICE There will be a Tacky Party amI Oyster Supper in Cloverport soon According to the Old Testament clean animals are those which chcw the cud and part tho hoot Hares nnd rabbits are unclean because althoug they chew the cud they do not part the hoof Pigs and camels which part the hoof are unclean because they do not chew the cud Cautio- nImitations have been placed upon the market so closely resembling Allcoclt Plasters in general appearance as to be well calculated to deceive It is however in general appearance only that they compare with Allcocks for the are not only lacking in the best clements which have made Allcocks so efficient but are often harmful in their effects Remember that Allcocks ore original and only genuine porous pla tcrs the best external remedy known and when purchasing plasters the nty safe way is to always insist upon having AllcocksI return dis dog to de gen wnt owns him said the tough your mucker at the door I seen dc ad 111 de paper How did you guess It was a gent that put the ad In asked the lady Because it said No questions ask eeL Philadelphia Press Nothing will relieve Indigestion that Iiis not a thorough digestant Kodol digest what you eat and allows the stomach to restrecuperategrow strong again Kodol is a solution of digestive ecld and as nearly as possible approximate the digestive juices that are found in the stomach Kodol takes the work oC digestion off the digestive organs and while performing this work itself doeB greatly assist the stomach to a thorough rest In addition the ingredients of Kodol are such as to make it a corrective of the highest efficiency and by its action the stomach is restored to its normal activity and power Kodol iisI manufactured in strict conformity with the National Pure Food and Drugs Law Sold byall druggists A singular mprevails In York shire England In parts of the Wes Riding It Is quite common for visitor to a house In which a new baby has appeared to carry with them as ai offering to the infant a new laid egg some salt a piece of bread and In sonic cases a penny Piles of people have Piles Why suffer from piles when you can use DeWitt Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve and get relief Nothing else so good Bewar of imitations See that the name iis stamped on each box Sold by all druggists The Intensity of confined sound Is 11 ustratcd at Carlebrooke castle Isle of Wight where there Is a well 200 feet deep and twelve feet In diameter llnci with smooth masonry When a pin 1Is trapped into it the sound of It striking the surface of the water 182 feet Cclow can be distinctly hoard files get quick relief from Dr Snoop lfagic Ointment Remember its wads alone for Pilesand it works with certainty and satisfaction Itching painful protriuiingor blind piles disappear ike magic by its use Try it and see Sold by Severs Drug Company Got His Reward- I stow a young fellow who thought icd be funny get the worst of It IIe boarded the car right behind a very retty girl whom It was plain to see iie did not know When I went for Ills faro he gave mo a dime For that oung lady too he said pointing at thc girl two scats ahead When 1 vent along up the cur the girl held out a nickel I told her her fare hod beenpnldBy she demanded I point ecI the young man out Ho was smil- Ing In a sickly manner Youve made a mistake the girl said to me loud enough for him to tear he meant to pay for this colored woman She dropped the five cent piece In ny hand and pointed at an old negro woman ahead I saw how the girl hud got it on tho young man so when the negro woman offered her fare I told her It had been paid by him The oung fellow decided things were getting too warm for him on that car so he got off at the next corner As he eft the cur the negro woman said Much obliged sail You ought to have seen the girl laughDclIer Post- Expectation of Life From statistics of Insurance companies It would appear that If a boy IIvos until ho Is 10 years of age he may ttsonahly expect to live 50 years 10llgor At 15 he may expect to live 4UI1 years at 20 40 years at 25 395 oars at 30 5S years at 35 322 oars at 40 285 years at 45 248 oars at 50 212 years at 55 178 oars at CO 145 years at Go 110 yonrs at 70 0 years at 75 03 years at 80 48 years at 85 34 years at 00 22 years Girls of 10 may expect to Ihe 48 years From this time until soy are 40 their expectations are a little less titan those of a man From 40 to 53 a woman hue a little better banco than a man and at 53 both mny expect to live 1015 years Then her chances diminish more rapidly thon a waits until at 00 she may expect to live only 185 years longer Exchange The News ono year one dollar CONGRESSIONAL SUMMARY Eriday The naval appropriation sill carrying in round numbers 91 100000 passed the house An effort was made to reduce the number of Battleships authorized in the bill but tt was defeated 114 to 146 The post fflco appropriation bill was then taken up The senate had the imn gratlon bill under consideration Saturday The senate without a rollcall adopted the conference report on the Immigration bill which contained the presidents plan of ex eluding Japanese labor The pos office appropriation bill was taken up by the house- MondayUnder suspension of the rules the house adopted the conference report on the Immigration bill and then took up the postofllce 111 proprlatlon bill The senate was engaged In discussion of the agrlcultun appropriation bill TuesdaySenator Reed Smoots nn dress to the senate in defense of his position as senator was the feature tof the session The senate spent several hours In further consideration of the agricultural appropriation bill At the night session several bills which were not of general Importance were passed After passing a number of bills under unanimous consent the house resumed consideration of the postofflce appropriation bill WednesdayThe contest against Reed Smoot being permitted to retain his seat as a senator of the Unite States from Utah was ended by fort two of his colleagues voting to silt tain him as against twentyeight for the resolution to unseat him The postomce appropriation bill passed the house The naval appropriation bill carrying 100272800 was passed by the senate which also passed tbe river and harbor appropriation bill carrying a total of 92720472 Thursday The house passed a number of bills and resolutions and took the sundry civil bill under con slderatlon Both the river and harbor bill and the naval appropriation bill were sent to conference The senate had toe agricultural bill unde consideration AN OCEAN TRAGEDY British Steamer Wrecked and 143 Lives Are Lost London Fob 22The worst dls aster for many years In the hlstor of the crosschannel traffic betwee England and the continent occurred during a violent gale yesterday morn- Ing when the Rotterdam mail steams Berlin from Harwich to Hook of Hol land having safely weathered the hui rlcnno was wrecked as she was enter Ing port With one single exception all her passengers and crew number Ing altogether 143 persons lost thel lives The terrific seas broke up the steamer with such awful suddonnes that all efforts to save life appear to have been utterly hopeless No cause has been assigned for the accident and It probably never will be known how tho steamer came to miss tit channel which although 300 yards wide and well buoyed and lighted Is always difficult of access In rough weather It Is conjectured that some letangement of the engines or steer Ing gear may have rendered the vas tel uncontrollable Captain Precious Df tho Berlin had a good record of fourteen years The list of passengers was lost and all the names ot hose on board have not yet beer earned but as far as has been ascertained there were no American among the passengers Requisition for Pierce Jefferson City Mo Feb 19A requisition has been received here rom the governor of Texas for H Clay Pierce of St Louis president ot the WatersPierce 011 company whoa wanted in Austin Tex on the charge of making false affidavits Mr PIerce Is believed to be in New York at the present time Kelseys Removal Demanded Albany N Y Feb 21Governor Hughes has recommended to the senate the removal from office of Otto Kelsey state superintendent of Insurance on the ground of unfitness for the position demonstrated by what the governor regards as a lack of ap reciatlon and grasp of the needs ot the department Jews Attacked at Odessa Odessa Feb 20 Ninetyfive Jews and Jewesses have been removed to ospltajs suffering from Injuries BUS lined In an attack made upon them last night by members of the Union or Russian Men The racial Illfeeling uns high and the Jews hero are in hourly expectation of another series of outrages Mexican Mine Horror Grows Laredo Tex Feb 20Word from Las Esperanzas Mex where a disastrous mine explosion occurred Mon day states that first reports were by no means exaggerated and that the list of dead will number between sixty and eighty men tho majority of whom are Japanese Kentucky Quintets Mlddlesboro Ky Feb 22Mrss labrowskL wile of Pete Zabrowski n Polish miner at Fork Ridge gave birth to five children three girls aryl two boys All of the children are llv Ing and doing well Managua Nicaragua Feb 21Tho NIcaraguan army under Generals Vas quez and Fornos has defeated the forces of Honduras at several points hpturlag important positions 1 ee rre iitConsider Pemna The Finest Remedy On The- Market And Worthr t Of The ConfidenceOf Good PeoPlen Mrs CelesteCovell I Recommending Peru na te tier Friends II Mrs Celeste Covell formerly President of the Betsy HOBS Educational and Benevolent Society writes from 1432 Harrison street Chicago Ill IOnly those who have suffered with influenza and have boon cured can appreciate how grateful I fool that such a splendid medicine as Pernna has been placed at the door of every man and woman I only wish thatall know t of its fine qualities In cases of catarrh of tba stomach and head I havoseen some remarkable cures through its use I consider your Peruna the finest remedy on the f market and worthy of the confidence of all good people r Recommends Peruna Mrs Alice J Bordner 1911 Maple Ave HarrIsburg Pa writes 1 have found a cure in Peruna I can not recommend Poruna enough I also thank you for your kind attention to me I am as well as could be ever since J ifopjm taking Peruna- A Letter to the Public Mr Tefft Johnson 1929 85th street Bath Beach Brooklyn N Y writes In all my experiments with medicinal I in tho effort to improvo a condl Girls Escape From a Wildcat When a young girl I spent several years on n ranch in southern Arizona One day as I was riding through the desert I noticed the suns brightness gradually becoming obscured by a yel lowish haze and tho Increased force of the wind whirling great clouds of dust everywhere Dismounting and leading the horse I discovered we were on the dry bed of a river and partly protected from the fury of the storm A clunii of mesquite on the opposite bank ap parently affording a shelter I decide to avail myself of it I opened tin pouch containing my lunch The latter was thickly covered with dust and I threw It Into the nearby bushes In stantly there was a blood curdling scream tutu the fiery glaring eyes of a huge wildcat were watching me The brute was crouching working Its way in my direction Just then an other hair raising scream brought me to my knees and there was the brute on Its hack gnashing its teeth with a quivering arrow lit its side Later 1 found that a party of Indians who had been out rabbit hunting heard the cats growls and had shot ItChicago Tribune Her System Maria what on earth is the use of your telling the girl to be sure and wake you at 0 oclock She docs it every morning and you never get up nt that time John I dont want you to interfere with my way of running the house I know just what I am doing When that girl calls me at 0 oclock I know shes up and that is what I want Chicago Tribune tlon impaired by overwork 1 haves found nothing that has done so much good as Poruna As a tonic It Is grand- I tako pleasure in recommending It to professional people and to the public In general Praise For Pcruna ij Miss Ella L Matthews box 111 Hill City Tenn writes Prom experience I have decided that there could bo no greater medicine in the world than Poruna I am over ready to praise Peruna to my friends Shooters From Their Cradles The best shots in tho world are the Kentucky mountaineers The west ha nothing to compare with them Whe It comes to pulling gun quickly an shooting accurately the most expert of frontier bad men would appear slow and clumsy by the side of many of these mountain outlaws They learn to shoot almost as soon as they graduate from the cradle Many of their sports relate to shooting The pro prietor of the crossroads store has 0jj shooting gallery In his establishment where In other localities you might find a slot machine In one store I saw a wheel about half the size ofo splinting wheel with pieces of card board containing numbers on the dlf ferent spokes The charge was III pence 10 cents a shot and the participant picked his number The prizes ranged all the way from a box of car trldges to a bag of cornmeal or a side of sow bosom according to the also I of the piece of cardboard selected t The wheel was given a swift whirl Iby- the i storekeeper but Judging from th shooting I saw I could not find out wherein he derived any profit trot 9 It contrivance C T Revere In Outing Magazine j Thick and Thin Glasses Tho reason that thick glasses crack more readily titan thin ones when hot water is poured into them is because glass is a slow conductor of heat and when hot liquid Is poured into a glass I vessel the Interior expands before tbeIheat reaches the exterior consequently there Is a struggle between the two 5St1 t GROWTHt Inc m issued statement of its business for the month of January hasII the increase in the number of subscribers is shown as LiLiNumber subscribers January 1st 1907 165190 Number added during month 5022aNumber discontinued 4085 Net increase 937 i Total number subscribers February 1 1907 166127 1 EE Lawrence At Murray j Cloverport Kentucky Breeder of 11Single Leghorns Comb i Single Comb S Brown leghorns w Setting 15 Eggs 150 Fertility haruteed- t