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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iy- A r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 1 ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT II VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 6 1907 8 Pates NO 34 11 4896274 WORTH OF PROPERTY t IN BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY t t Assessors Books Show An Increase of 261240 Over That Of Last Year 651851 IN EXEMPTIONSTAXABLE PROPERTY S4244423 t + The value Breckenridge county property as a whole as listed by the a sessor is 4896274 Deducted from this is 651851 in exemptions making at I total of 42444 3 of taxable property This is an increase over last year of f 261240 The following figures tell the tale l iiBydistricts taxes will be computed 1 tonproperty as follows for the current year i pollsCloverport pollsBewleyville I pollsIItemized the countys statistics and values are Bonds 140960 Notes secured by mortgage 70470 Other notes 190707 Accounts 58917 Cash on hand 48588 Cash in banks 188373 Cash on deposit with other cor porations 1000 Cash on deposit with individuals 4101 Other credits on money at inter est 8780 Stock in foreign corporations- not exempted by law 2500 Acres of land 327680 Value of land with improve ments i 2206165 Number of town lots 1479 Value of lots and improvements 569313 Thoroughbred saddle stallions 2 Value of same 500 J saddle mares and jhoroughbred 1670 10 J stallions I 15 A 2335 Common stock horses and colts 5549 Value of same 307205 Mules and mule colts 2322 Value of same164424Num- berof jacks 34 i Value of same 3920 Number of jennets 14 Value of same 395 Registered bulls 12 Value of same 363 Registered cows and calves 85IValue of same Simons was called to West Point IIiDrpneumonia to see Mr Chas Kiel who is Common stock ca eeo 10287 Value of same 144798 Number of sheep 7809 Value of same 25876 Number of hogs 18111 Value or same 167744 Value of agricultural implements 45434 Value of agricultural products less ones grown in 1906 13469 Value of vehicles 55597 Value of slaughtered animals 72 Value of safes 1985 Household and kitchen furniture 211095 manufacturingimplements 27072 Musical instruments 26071 Raw materials for manufacturing 36360 Manufactured articles 12550 Number of paintings 1 Value of same 58 Number of libraries 39 Value of same 3650 Number of diamonds 14 Value of diamonds 1472 Value of watches and clocks 834 Value of jewelry 448I Value of gold silver and plated material 1456 Value of engines and boilers Steamboats and watercraft 8I Value of same eo 1383I Brick stone and building ma terial v 2000 Wines whiskies brandies etc not in warehouse 250I Number of stores 144 Value of stores 171292 32jHExemptions Males over 21 years of age 4686 Children between 6 and 20 years 5613 Pounds of tobacco 4909844 Tons of 2919 Bushels ofycon 748974 Bushels of wheat 101216 Bushels of oats 30692 Acres of heat 11870 Acres scorn 44566 Acres of meadow 5197 Acres of woodland 71732 Acres of tobacco 6618 over four months old 2240 T The EpworthrLeague will have charge of the prayer meeting services this evening at the Methodist church OLD CITIZEN Dies at Ills name at Bewleyville After an Illness of Four Years Bewleyville March 4th Special The death angel visited our community Friday and claimed as its victim Mr Joel Jordan Uncle Joel as he was generally known had been confined this bed for about four years having re received a fall which resulted in a fracture of the hip from which he had never recovered He was 92 years of age andL hadshost of friends who will regret to hear of his death He leaves one brother Silas Jordan who is now in Texas two sons Adolphus and Joh I D four daughters Mrs Mary Beau champ Mrs J M ComptonSarah and Partenia Jordan to mourn his loss He was buried by the Masons Satur day evening at the family burying ground on the home farm Mr Jordan was born in Old Virginia on June 26 1814 He came to Kentuc ky when a mere boy and settled iin Breckenridge county DIED IN ALABAMA Mrs Griffin P Martin nee Miss Ella Goodson died on February 24 at her home at Bessemer Ala Mrs Martin was well known to many livedIat Slaughtersville and was also well known in Owensboro society Mrs Martin was a highly cultivate woman She was educated at some of the best institutions in this country and 5in England She waS at one time an instructor at the Boston Conservatory of Music Deceased was a daughter of the Rev 5Dr Goodson and a sister of JoetGoodson of Slaughtersville Revival at Tobinport Rev D R Landis of Greenwood Ind is assisting Rev L S Sanders the pastor of the Baptist church at Tobinsport in a series of protracted meetings It is said Rev Landers is an interesting and logical speaker He will be at that place for a week or more and an invitation is extended to all the neighboring towns to attend the ser vices Miss Herndon Leaves After a visit + o Rev and Mrs James Lewis Miss Eva Herndon has left for her home at Irvington During her stay here Miss Herndon made a num her of friends and was a most popular visitor Ladies Home Journal for March at the News office I ANOTHER R F DII AT HARDINSBURG I I Canning Factory About Complet edNew Telephone Line from McOanizlsRepublicanCounty Hardinsburfj Feb 5Special- L Efforts which promise to be suc cessful are being made to establish a K F D route from this Stephnensport road thence to Pete Macys and thence to IHardins burg along the Hardinsburg and Stephensport roada distance of 21l miles This route would serve about 175 families The Canning Factory will b completednext week J WDix on of Flora 111 who has had charge of the work has given full1 satisfaction A new telephone line running from McDaniels via Mook Kings woodand Harned is being built Guthrie Tucker and others are the promoters Gus D Shellman chairman of the Republican County Committee has received notice to call a coun ty convention to be held at this place on Saturday June 15 next for the purpose of selecting dele gates to the State Convention which will be held in Louisville June 19 to nominate candidates for the various state oflices to be voted for at thecoming November election Frank Bruner Succumbs to Typhoid Pneumonia Last Week- February the twentyeight Mr Frank Bruner died at his home at Custer after a short illness of typhoid pneumonia The burial took place in the Bruner family grave yard Mr Bruner was a man wellknown in the county and a most respected citizen He leaves a wife and seven children His daughterII Mrs Lillie Robertson of arrived at the bedside of her father a short time before he died Preston sells Lewisport tlourthe best in the mprket 1 1 6 3A Il Li AKING POWD lighteestbest flavoredbiscuit hot breads cake and pastry Renders the foodmore digestible andwholesome ABSOLUTELY PURE ROYAL RAKING POWDEI co NEW VORK THE KENTUCKY I BREEDING BUREAU I Sends Fine Imported Horse Into j Breckenridge County i The Kentucky Breeding Bureau has sent into Breckenridge county the fine imported horse Brantome The horse was donated to the Bureau by Edward Corrigan and was shipped to Mr D C Moorman of Glendeane This horse is of ideal type for the work of the Bureau He is full sixteen hands high and will weigh about 1200 pounds He is a rich deep brown in color possessed of fine bone and substance He is a son of the great Sttt Simon out of the Hampton mare Clar issa and although a maiden in England- he ran second to some of the best horses in that country CONVENTION IATHENDERSON Democrats Will Name CandidateII jFor Commissioner of This District Henderson Ky March 2The Dem ocratic candidate for railroad commis sioner of the First district will be nomi nated by a delegate convention to be held in Henderson May 21 Three days prior to that date mass conventions will be held in the county seats of the thir tynine counties making up the district The candidates are Messrs Finn Gard ner Fergueon the incumbent Lan drum and Southal Ca8TOElX4 tIfptureet LtH reat uctiona e i it Another great Auction Sale of our entire stock of Clothing Dry Goods No tv tions and Shoes will be held on March 212223 In three days everything I must go A good opportunity to save your good money I I MARCH 21233 BIG DAYS I Dave Henry P I nn Glasscock CO l o1tI14r Auctioneer GLENDEANE KENTUCKY IrI s i fsi ILT T71 i ii +t tto tHH + Partners of 0 the Tide By iAulhoriCopyright ItXfc by A S Barnes Co t- tt + + + Jt + + toU + JoJot Stt oCH+ CHAPTER X next morning was when Blounts lJREAKliAST was Ulysses Blount but no one but his parents ever called him by Itcame to the dining room door with a note for Bradley It was from Captain Tltcomb and read as follows Dear Brad Theres a threo muter loaded with lumber piled up on the Bone yard Come on down quick Looks as IIt here was the chance the TltcombNlcker son Wrecking syndIcate had been praying for Yours truly E D TITCOMB The Junior partner In the syndicate let Miss Prlssys clam fritters go by Travelerswaiting for him A few hours later the officers and crew of the Lizzie were gazing over that vessels rail at the tumbling froth that covered the Bone yard shoal and at the hapless lumber schooner trembling In its midst a dls mal lonesome sight She had struck almost bow on but the strong tide had swung her stern over until she lay broadside to the shoal She had heeled but little and her deck load of pine boards was for the most part still lathed lu place The main and mizzen masts were gone but the lower part of her foremast still stood and the great waves striking against her stern sent the light spray flying lengthwise almost as high as lt top The broken cordage streamed out In tho wind and a swinging block croaked and whined On the rail by the aftorhoupo they could rod her name the was tho Ruth Glnn of Ban nor Tine piut life savin crew got the Mn about 1 oclock this mornlu remarked o Captain Tltcomb Skipper tried to anchor to ride out the gale tt en got scared and tried to make anon got her Into Irons and the tide dM the rest Her mats went jest after they took off the men What do you think of her Total lose alni liter Bradley hesitated Well he said UI aboukl nay she was so far as being nay use as a schooner Is concerned That lumber though is a different matter The weather would have a good dual to do with that I should sayThe weathers golu to clear If Im say jetlge observed his companion Whet do you say Barney 7 Looks like fuirln off to me replied Mr Small Winds cantln round to tho wostard However I aint no weather prophet You want to ask Ioleg Myrlck If youre after weather news he sccmw to have a special tip front heaven on gales and calms The Llzle sailed away from the wreck that with one screaming sea gull balancing himself on the broken foremast looked more sad and lonely titan over and anchored In the little harbor In the lee of the Point Two or three cntboatn were moored there and among them was one that the captain recognized Hello he exclaimed Theres Obetl Xlckcrmms bout I guess that gflUlos It some part of hurs Insured anyway Tlioy walked through the soft white sand and course beach grass up to the lifesaving station The lookout In the observatory on the roof romped on the window of his cage and waved a hand to thom us they reached the plank walk leading to the door Inside seated around the table of the living room they found Captain Knowle commander of the station Obed Xlfkrrtwin the Orham agent of the underwriters the skipper of till Ruth Glnn and two or three others Tho skipper a sunburned gray hatred man with a worried look on his lean face was telling for Mr NIckersons benefit the story of how his vessel came to be In her hopeless plight To a landsman IIt would have been an in torosthiK yarn but the present company had heard too many similar ex penances to find anything novel In It Insured IIs she Obed asked Cap tain Tltcomb Cargo Is schooner aint replied the umlerwritora agent Captain I3rni signaled to Bradley and they went out on the porch Brad whispered the captain they cant call her anything but a total loss The underwriters II pay the Insurance on that lumber and then dicker with somebody to save what they can of It You and me want to be that somebody Hello heres Pcleg The versatile Mr Myrlck had trump ed over front his hermitage and now with Skeezlnks shivering at his heels was deep In conversation with Barney SmallPeleg says were goln to have clear weather for quite a spell remarked Barney Lets see when did you say you had the next storm scheduled Pc leg Wall drawled the weather proph et looking becomingly important nighs I cnn flgger Capn Ez shell fair off by afternoon and stay clear moren a fortnlt We aint duo to have another reel genuwlno blow for moren a month I knew last nights gale was comln I told Capn Knowles so Says I I dont care what the govment rolks say Its goln to blow says I like tlmo and them thats afloat wants to stand hv I uava Now Plants right Poleg broke In the captain Ill back you against the weather bureau eight days in the week nnd twice on Sunday Hows clams those days Clams replied Mr Myrlck is scurcern all git out I dont know why unless twas the turrlble hard winter I was afraid of It lust fall Course 1 I knew the hard winter was comln and I told folks so Oh that reminds met Whats this I hear bout Sum Ham mouds spendln moron 4 for cigars last time he was home Do you callate thats so- They loft Barney to relieve Sir My ricks anxiety concerning the cigars and walked down to the beach On the way Captain Tltcomb said Brad weve got to git this lumber job Its the kind of job we can do with the Lizzie and figgerln on a commission basis Itll give us pretty nigh money and start enough to war rant our harm a new schooner built one with power and strong enough to handle the real big things Wait hereby tie dory till Obed comes out Im iayln for him Mr Nickerson accompanied by one of the village boys was on his way to the catboat but the captain interfered What In the nation are you goln home In that clam shell for Obed ho asked Come on aboard the Llzzii with us Brad and Barney end I will land you at the wharf afore that cat of yours Is out of shoal water Let Dan there take your boat home and you come with us Ive got a cigar 1 I want you to take out some fire Insnr ance on So after some persuasion the under writers agent consented to make his homeward trip In the schooner The cigars were lighted Barney Small took the wheel and the captain Bradley and Mr Nlckorson made themselves I comfortable In the little cabin Then the conversation was Judiciously pi loted toward wrecks and the wreck ol the Until Gimp In particular Obed admitted that the full Insurance would undoubtedly be rwld on the cargo although of course the olllcial three man survey must come first Bradley asked what would be done after that Oh answered the agent then I guess Ill fiend word to the Boston Sal i rage company and make a deal with them to git out what they can of tho lumber Yes observed Captain Tltcomb I and theyll charge you 75 per cent of the value Wbatt the matter with Brad and me doln ItrYou What tvlththis tubr Yup this tub If youve got a looe tooth a string and a door 11 snake It out as quirk ng the dentist will and you dont have to pay for silver plated pinchers and a gilt name plate Come now tell you what Ill do Brad and mell git that lumber out for 00 percent on what wo save How you gain to do It You havent got a towbont nor oven power In your own schooner Dont need em You couldnt start that wreck with a towboat without yatiklu the bottom out of her The only way to fetch her off the shoals Is with anchors and cables and you know It We can do that as well as any Boston company that ever was Give us a chance Obed You ought to en courage home talent as Bill Samuels said to the schoolteacher that found fault with him cause he told his boy to spell cat with a K What do you soy 1 Obed had a good deal to say and no decision was reached that forenoon Next day the survey was made and that evening the captain spent at the home of Mr Xlckorson It was after 11 oclock when ho returned to his room at the Travelers Rest where Bradley was waiting Well said Bradley anxiously Well exclaimed his partner toss lag his cap on a chair and wiping theI perspiration from his hot CorehcadI well Brad Ire used up Jaw power enough to pretty nigh work that wreck off but the jobs ours at 50 per cent of the value of the lumber we save Theres nigh on to 0000 worth aboard ind If Pelegs forecastin works have not got Indigestion we ought to cleanup close to every stick of It Brad shake And they shook hands The oppor lunlty they had been waiting for was theirs at last The partners talked for another hour before they separated Three extra hands at least so the captain figured would be needed on the Lizzie So the next forenoon Bradley took the train to Ilarnlss where he found Alvin oldest of the Bearse boys a gray headed leather faced youngster of fiftyfive and engaged him for the sum of 3 a day and his keep He was to report on board at half past 7 the allowing morning Then having accomplished his share of the hiring the junior partner returned to Orham to Inspect the Lizzie with nervous care and to listen to the remarks of a dozen lor more disinterested acquaintances who having heard of thocontract hod come down to the wharf to prophesy and offer advice Bradley called on Gus that evening Ic had been so busy with Captain ritcomb planning and working for tho new contract that he had seen her but once and then only for a momet since the night of tile ball But now full of hope and tho triumph of having se cured the chance he had longed for ho looked forward to telling her the good news and receiving her congratulations The windows of the Baker best parlor were lighted upa most unusual ccurrence and he vaguely wondered- If they had company and who It might be Gus herself opened the door in re sponse to his knock Why hello she said I wondered if you had forgotten me entirely Mr Contractor now that you really I t town Thou you knew he exclaimed In surprise Why of course I know I havent heard anything else all tiny And to make It certain Melissa called on grandmother this afternoon just after she had been at your house Bradley smiled ruefully You must have heard an encouraging yarn from her he said Have you got com pany Oh only n friend of ours that you know Come right Into the parlor lIe walked across the threshold of that sacred apartment to find Sam Hammond seated In the haircloth rock or and looking very much at home I Neither of the young men appeared particularly happy at meeting the other but truth to tell Hammond was the more self possessed Hello Brad he said easily Ive heard nothing but you and Capn Ez since breakfast Im glad for you Its a nice little Job It you can carry it outThe contract had seemed anything but a little one to Bradley and this nonchalant way of referring to it took him down a bit Hammond continued In the same condescending way- I dont believe I should know how to handle a Job like that he observed without power or towboats or things of that sort It would be like working With your hands tied Our people have everything to do with and theyd have that lumber off in no time Did I ever tell you how we raised tho Mar- grave for the Barclay line folks Gus That was a Job there was some fun Inl She was a big Iron steamer that ran l I Sam did most of the talking on tho ledge at tho mouth of Boston harbor and went down We got the contract right In the face of the sal vage company In their own town Sam dill most of the talking Gus listened purl Bradley brooded Perhaps he thought he had made a mis take In leaving the big city perhaps after all he was destined to become nothing but the longshoreman Gus hind Intimated might be his fate Cap tain Tltcomb didnt think so but he jmlght be mistaken lIe grew more downcast every minute- I tell you honest Brad said Sam with apparent earnestness I dont see how you and the capn are going to make much out of this business or get to be anything more than just anchor draggers Speaking as a man with sonic experience In wrecking your chances against the big chaps like our crowd look small to me You may win out but tie shook his head doubtfullyGus Hammonds request seated parlorIlIrgnnsang the sofa and watched them gloomily All day he had been in that excited nervous state where criticism or encouragement affected his spirits as the weather does a barometer Tho doleful prophecies at the wharf although at another time he would have laughed at them had depressed him in spite of hlmolf The whole hearted Joy and confidence of the old maids had cheer ed him up again but now he was real zing that after all It was Gus en couragement and congratulation that he wanted and she had not congratulated him At length he rose to go giving as an excuse the fact of his being tired and having to be up early next morning Gus apologized to Sam and accom panied him to the door She came out on the step It was a beautiful night clear and calm with every star shin ingBradley put on his hat Well good night ho said shortly But Gus laid her hand on his coat sleeveCouldnt you see Sam envies you and that is why he talks so big about New York And he knows youre go- Ing to succeed too Oh Brad your op portunity is here You ought to be as proud nail confident of yourself as I am proud and confident of you Gus he whispered looking straight Into her eyes do you believe In me as much as that She did not shun his look Yes she answered simply I do Goodness knows what might have happened then Perhaps Gus was afraid to wait and see At all events she snatched her hands from his whls pered good night and ran Into the house fContinued next week CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho Signature of J Whistlers Effective Addition Tames ie MncXclll Whistler the American artist who lived so long lu London had his own way of dealing with patrons After he hUll painted the ceiling of the famous peacock room for Mr Leyland the latter refused to pay the bill declaring It exorbitant Whistler did nothing for some weeks then he made another trip to the room put on hs studio clothes and set to work In front of one of the two peu cocks A few days afterward Mr Ley land who know nothing about Whls tlers finishing touches brought a friend to see the room To their astonishment they beheld n peacock grasping a huge pile of gold coins In one of its claws Next morning the artist received a I check for payment In full together with a polite offer of extra payment If he would restore that portion of the picture under the birds claw to thi originalI design A Shaw Criticism George Bernard Shaw before he became n successful playwright said an actor was a musical critic He was invited by a friend one night to hear a I string quartet from Italy Expecting a treat ho accepted the Invitation and throughout the programme he sat tony The friend to draw a little praise from him said Mr Shaw these men have been playing together for twelve years Twelve years said the other lu an Incredulous voice Surely weve been here longer than that Doctors Are Puzzled The remarkable recovery of Kenneth McIver of Vanceboro Me is the sub J fraternitysays of his case Owing to severe in flammation ol the Throat anti conges tion cf the Lungs three doctors gat me up to die when as a last resort I was induced to try Dr Kings Ne Discovery and I aui happy to say iit saved my life It Cures the worst Coughs and Colds Bronchitis Tonsolitis Lungs Hoarseness and La Grippe Guarauteed at Severs Drug Cos drugstore 50c and 11 Trial bottle free Modjeska and Barrymore Mme Modjcflku once undertook at rehearsal to correct her lending man Maurice Barrymore III regard to what Mie deemed his erroneous conception of certain vocal Inflections lIe paid no attention to her Injunctions Angry at his apparent Indifference she snld at last What do you know about acting I made you what you ore So I dare you to tell me what Is right and what Is wrong Barrymore swung around and faced Modjcska pretending to resent her lec ture You made me he cried de naivelyI Why I was an actor before the public when people did not know when they looked at you whether you were n woman or n tooth wash This had reference to the London billboards on which Modjcskns name hind been Interwoven with snipes that were used to advertise a tooth wash Litrle glohules of sunshine that drive the clouds away DeWitts Little Early Risers will scatter the gloom of sick headache and biliousness They do not gripe or sicken Recommended and sold heae by all druggists Bird Prisoners- A remarkable mode of Incarceration Is practiced by the ho lI1 hIlls birds with immense bills and horny crests which Inhabit southern Asia the Ma layan Islands and central and southern Africa In most if not all species the brooding female Is walled up In a hollow tree and fed by her mate She remains confined In her prison until the eggs are hatched and In some species until the young birds are able to fly Meanwhile the mother has become temporarily Incapable of flight as she has molted or at least shell all her wing feathers during her captivity But the male Is indefatigable in providing for his fondly and is said to work so hard that he Is n skeleton at the und of the brooding season Torture By Savages Speaking of the torture to which some of the savage tribes in the Philippines subject their captives reminds me of the intense suffering I endured for three months from inflammation of the Kidneys It says W M Sherman of Cushing Me nothing helped me un til I tried Electric Bitters three bottles of whhh completely carod me It Cures Liver Complaint Dyspepsia Blood dis orders and Malaria and restores the weak and nervous to robust health Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Price 50 cents Frugal Frenchmen I It Is estimated that the peasants of the south of Franco spend on food for a family of five an average of two pence a day For breakfast there Is bread with a preparation of salt flsh to spread on It for dinner stock fish or a vegetable soup or salad and for supper lentils bonus or other vegeta bles Water Is tho chief drink with a- very thin wine once In awhile flab bit Is occaslohally used as a flavor In a vegetable stew but that Is a luxury Beet or mutton Is seldom tasted Most of them dress poorly But this economy is not for nothing Many of them have banking accounts and in the matter of hard cash arc well enough oftY London Saturday Review The lingo statue of Liberty In New York harbor Is built up of cast iron The surface is covered with a thin layer of copper r i TIRED AND SICK YET MUST WORK- Man may work from sun to sun but womans work Is r ever done In order to keep the home neat and pretty the children well dressed and tidy women overdo and often suffer in silence drifting along from bad to worse knowing well that they ought to have help to overcome the pains and aches which daily make life a burden It is to these women that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs comes as a blessing When the spir its are depressed the head and back MRS LYON aches there are draggingdown pains nervousness sleeplessness and reluctance to go anywhere these are only symptoms which unless heeded are soon followed by the worst forms of Female Complaints Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound keeps the feminine organism ina strong and healthy condition Itcures Inflammation Ulceration dtsplacements and organic troubles Is preparing for childbirth and to carry women safely through the Change of Life It is most efficient Mrs Augustus Lyon of East Earl Pa writes Dear Mrs Pin- khamUFor a long time suffered from female troubles and had all kinds of aches and pains in the lower part of back and sides I could net sleep and had no appetite Since taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compoundand following the advice which you gave me I feel like a new woman and I cannot praise your medicine too highly Mrs Pinkhams Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to write Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass Out of her vast volume of experience she has the very knowledge that will help your case Her advice is free and always helpful T Nutria Fur Is Rare Nutria fur comes front a little ani mal which makes his home on the banks of the river De la Plata In South America The climate amid loca- tIon suit him so well that ho has never been found In any other locality He oreashore being provided by nature with canwswim with just the tip of his nose out of the water The old lady nutria youngkones on rest taco suicide family tagging along ns best they may Nutria holds the same position among hatters furs as gold dons among the metals or silk among fabrics IliUnian The winds of March have no terror to the user of DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve It quickly heals chapped and cracked skin Good too for boils and burns and undoubtedly the best re lief for Piles Sold here byall drug gists In the reign of Henry VIII a bailiff named Dun gained n great reputation for nuking persons pay their debts When every other method of getting payment hind been tried without suc coss Dun was put to work and dun him became the popular advice as a last resource Preventics will promptly check a cold or the grippe when taken early or at the sneeze stage It Preventics cure seated colds as well Preventics are little candy cold cure tablets and Dr Shoop Racine Wjs will gladly mail you samples and a book on Colds free if you wilt write him The samples prove their merit Check early Colds with Pteventics and stop Pneumonia Sold in Cc and 25c boxes by Severs Drug Co AUG I probably Where She Would Be This is what happened the woman began I asked the janitor to take up the rainy day carpet In tho hall after 8 oclock and put down the clean one I was going to have company He said he wouldnt lIe Intimated that tho oryaner of the house telling him what the janitor had said timid asked him to request him to put down the clean tar pot Up to the present time which is about time for my company to to arrive the owner has not hoard from Now If ho goes beginII mo how will It be with me think from now on in this house You cftnt always toll from where you are sitting the girl replied but It is my impression thnt you will be in the consomme New York Press THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two mouths treatment by 1 Dr It W Hall 2020 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky testimonials To Don Diego to Cheat + To Don Diego was at one tit way of saying to cheat Steele spv of a man as looking as if he had been Don DIegod to tho Tune of a Thou sand Pounds and in 1007 Webster wrote that a Dondego is a kind of Spanish stockfish or poor John It was really a general term for a Spaniard Diego being St James tho na tional saint of Spain But exactly how the expression got its peculiar uncom pllmentary sense does not appear Iu modern times of course a Dago In the mouths of sailors and others menus any one from a Mediterranean country AT THE NEWS 0FFICE Websters International Diction ary with a 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on EVERYTHING when you read THE TIMES Regular subscription price 500 a year r You can get THE TIMES and BRECKENRIGINEWSGot For IC A A Combination onlya UU Price Send your order to this paper BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew c PriceF011100 OLDS Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LEa or MONEY BAOIL yy C r M NEWS OF KENTUCKY Torslcy Told Information Concerning f Matters of Current Interest Ito Kenucklans THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Here Are Pound Accurately Detailed the Happenings of the Largest Im port Which Are Attracting A ten ttonThrougflout Kentucky Jackson Ky March lJlHtIe Wil liam Carats will open the trIal of the lIar 18 murder cases on Monday Troops will probably he on hand to preVtnt trouble All of the defendants charged with the murder of Dr Cox are anxious for trlnl AN INTERESTING ACTION Kentucky Going 4After Millions of Southerln Pacific Taxes Frankfort Ky Fob 2SState Attorney General Hays has flied In the Franklin circuit court here a petltlor In the name of the sheriff of Franklin county against the Southern Pacific Railway company seeking to have the Kentucky board of valuation and as sessment fix a valuation for the pur pose of taxation upon the company Upon thiii basis the company Is asked to pay Into the state treasury one mil lion dollars in taxes each year for holding a Kentucky charter and an additional million dollars penalties for failure to pay for five years making a total of 6000000 sought to be re covered For many years the Southern Pacific has been allowed to pay taxes upon an assessment of 1000 000 which netted the state annually 5000 dollars The company main tains an office and agent at Louisville but has not a foot of railroad property within the borders of the state of Kentucky It however holds a Kentucky charter secured by legislative act many years ago The case will be set down for hear Ing at the April term of court A VALUABLE FILLY T C McDowell Turns Down Offer of 10000 for TwoYearOld Lexington Ky Feb 2G1 C Mc Dowell of this city has turned down an offer of 10000 for a twoyearold filly which ho has in training at the Kentucky Racing association track The youngster Is a bay filly by Allan aDale dam Queenllke II and Is a half sister to Kings Daughter When a yearling the filly worked a quarter over the association track In 22 35 seconds which was the best work done here last fall This work was published and eastern parties read It Knowing that the report was authentic they commissioned J E Madden of this city to purchase the fllly and instructed him to offer 10 000 for her Mr McDowell said that he would not take 20000 for her as he regarded her one of the best if not the best fllly he ever owned Further Trouble Expected Whltesburgp Ky Feb 27Tele phone messages from Clarks Fork Knott county give detallr of another feud battle between members of the StoneClark factions last night Fifty shots were fired at the home of Michael Stone where the Clarks came In contact with the opposing factions Michael Stone received the first shot and was fatally wounded Richard Stone his son Was killed John Clark the alleged leader of the Clark faction was desperately wounded and may not recover Further trouble Is expected Making a Large Claim Lexington Ky Feb 26 Declaring they are descendants of Baron Sprin ger of Sweden and heirs to a 180 000000 estate in Delaware including the site of the city of Wilmington Mrs Cello Jonos and Mrs W C Moqro of this city have announced they will at once send attorneys to Wilmington to investigate the matter with a view of obtaining their share of the estatev Lack of Jurisdiction Washington Fob 2GTho case of the Louisville Nashville Railway company vs Smith Huggins Co of Toffersofi City Tenn was dismiss ed by tho supreme court of tho Su premo court of tho United States for want of jurisdiction The case Involved the railroads liability for dam ages for delay in grain shipments Colonial Girl Brings 10000 Lexington Ky Feb 25The rac ing mare Colonial Girl was sold for 10000 by her owner Charles E Rowe of St Louis to J F Weidner of Philadelphia Colonial Girl won the 50000 worlds fall handicap at St Louis in 1903 This sale was made at tho Walnut Hill farm whore the mare was wintering L N Grants Increase Louisville Ky Fob 25 ThoLouls yule Nashville railroad has granted an Increase III wages of JO per cent to Its engineers effective March 1 An liTcrease of CO per cent for6Vr time was also ordered + = V Now Orleans Fob 28Tho ship ment of considerable quantities Of arms from here to Nicaragua is de layed by an order received by Cot theUnitedtI+ tVl TECHNICAL TESTIMONY The Thaw Case Now a Battlefield for Experts NeW Ymk 1Ilntprest In the Thaw trial now c raters in tin maneu ver of Ih net Attorney Jfrome who Seems to I 11 plvln further indication of his puriKise In the near future to apply to the conrf fur a rr nuii inn In lunacy to report UMOH thr invsfin condition of 1111 I fondants mind The wltmss stritl for lie mftitcr part of yrtstcrdny yeas occuititd liy Dr Brinton D Kvans director of the New Jersey hospital for the Insane at Mor rte Plains X J an alienist for the deft nse who was up for crossexamin ation Mr Jerome said ho intended cnlllns as a witness In rebuttal Dr Allan McLnnc Hamilton the alienist who was first employed by the Thaw defense but who has not heretofore fig ured In the trial Dr Hamilton recently returned from ISuroue and In a published Interview Just after he landed was reported to have said that he came to the conclusion that Thaw was insane at the time of the tragedy and that ho is Insane now A Lvjly Tussle with that old enemy of the race Con stipatiou often ends in Appendicitis To avoid all serious trouble with Stomach Liver and Bowels take Dr Kings New Life Pills They perfectly regulate these organs without pain or discomfort 250 at Scvtrs Drug Co THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Live stock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 75c No 2 red 75c CornNo2 46V c OatsNo 2 mixed 421hc 1layClover 1600 g1700 timothy 18002000 millet M200 liP 1400 Cattle250 Q GfO Hogs 500715 Sheep 250 9 525 Lambs 5000725 At Cincinnati WheatNo 2 red SOc CornNo 2 47c OatsNo2 45c Cattle H5Qfi60 Hogs450750 Sheep 250gir25 Jamhs450800- At Chicago WheatNo 2 red 7Cc CornNo 3 48V4c OatsNo2 4140 Cattle Steers 450700 stockers and feeders 275485 Hogs500 707Vfe Sheep45600 Lambs GOO 9 750 Livestock at New Yor- kCattle47571610 hogs6JOQO 770 Sheep iiOfj475 Lambs675 1780At East Buffalo Cattlp400 fT 000 Flogs550J 755 SheCIiOOfl 575 Lambs600 775 Wheat at Toledo May S01fsc July S0c cash 77c For Catarrh let me send you free just to prove merit a Trial size Box of Dr Shoop s Catarrh Remedy It is a snow white c eamy healiug antiseptic balm that gives instant relief to Ca tarrh of the nose and throat Mitke the free test and see A dress Dr Shoop Ruciue Wis Large jirs 50 cents Sold by Severs Drug Co BIG TREASURY RAID Somebody Got Away With 173000 of Uncle Sams Money at Chi cago SubTreasury NO EVIDENCE AGAINST ANYONE A Mysterious Theft of a Great Sum of Money to Vhlch a Score of Detec tives Working on the Case Have No Tangible Clue Chicago Feb 20 Although a score of detectives are at work on tho case the theft of 173000 from the sub treasury In this city last Wednesday thedayI general impression prevails that the thief must have been one of tho government employes and several of these men are being closely watched but as far as known today no owl dence of a tangible nature has been discovered against any of thorn Among tho employes under tho sur veillance of the government secret service men Is George W Fitzgerald who was in charge of the tellers cage from which the noney was abstracted but he disclaims that he has any knowledge of how the money disap peared and tells a straightforward story which he steadily adheres to although he has been crossexamined a dozen times since he reported the shortage to the subtreasurer on tho day it was missed Fitzgerald In a statement made today told of how ho was being watched He salt he was of the opinion that It was some of the employes that committed the robbery and declared that It would have been an easy matter for any of tho twenty five or thirty employes who under tho present system have dally access to his cago to have mado away with the money without his knowledge Sub Treasurer Boldonwreck and Cashier Russell said that they had no absolute evidence against anyone J OjCLJ3TC3nlJ3u Bean tie You Have Always Beagtt Mpatnn a11 il r f t u BRIEF DISPATCHES I m SATURDAY The Ice on Delaware lake at Buffalo broke beneath a party of skaters and four were drowned A low roltlxrI hlll up a stage nea Jacksonville Ore rml wring 1 about JI500 from nine passengers Mrs fnrn Stebbins Courter aged tw my four ycirs of Sheridan Mich IIs in rustndv cluiifed with poisoning tIff bniiand The iMnooratip leadersI of the Ok lahoma constitutional convention ex pect to take adjournment sine die about March 20 Nine coal miners were injured two Seriously by the explosion of a compressed air tank 200 feet below the surface in a mite near Collinavllle III Pearl Godwin aged thirteen years and Edna Koelsche aged sixteen years were struck by a Big Four pas senger train at the Ixickland Ohio crossing and Instantly killed MONDAY The American bowling congress will meet at St Louis March 1C to 31 The Lyric theater at Altoona Pa was destroyed by fire Sunday loss about 90000 Fire destroyed the Culberton build ing at Muskogee J T causing a loss estimated at 100000 Fire in Gerlty Bros wholesale drug house at Elmira N Y did damage to the amount of 75000 Nicaragua has triumphed In four combats over the Honduran forces without suffering one defeat Fire destroyed the bams and con tents of the Warren Paj Street Railway company and caused a loss of 125000 The college of Ste Marie at Marie vllle Que was burned to the ground and 225 students lost their effects The loss Is 100000 TUESDAY The Missouri legislature has passed a twocent fare law The state of Georgia will present a silver service valued at 10000 to the battleship bearing her name A thorough investigation is to be made by the Immigration department of the alleged Italian padrone system By a vote of 43 to 19 the senate rat ified the Santo Domingo treaty This was one more vote In the affirmative than was required Fred A Busse postmaster of Chi cago will be the unanimous choice of Republicans for mayor of Chicago at the spring election The New York National League baseball team has gone to Los An geles where the players will be put in condition for the playing season The latest scheme for the reorgan- Ization of the British army contem plates dividing all the forces into two categories a field force and a terri tonal or home force WEDNESDAY For the month of January the total Internal revenue receipts were 20 709017The I plans for the presidents trip I to Indiana and Michigan In May are nearly completed The Missouri legislature passed a bill to make the conduct of a bucket shop a felony By the burning of a church school at Montreal the principal and sixteen children perishedIFire in the Fair novelty store at Los Angeles caused the death of one woman and caused property loss of 200000Secretary Shaw olio will retire from the treasury department March 4 has been elected persldent of the Carnegie Trust company at New York THURSDAY Mrs Alexander Henderson was mur dered in her little candy store at Pawtucket R L by a robber who es caped The Oklahoma constitutional con vention formally killed the Jim Crow train proposition by laying the com mittee report favoring It on the tableI The sash and door factory of Hart man Bros at Mt Vernon N Y and the stock in the lumber yard adjoin ing were destroyed by fire loss 200I 000IA decision was reached at a confer once at the White House that the prosecution Inaugurated some Urns ago in New York against the tobacco trust shall be continued Charles W Thornton a noteteller and William W Baker a clerk both employed by the Hamilton National bank of Chicago were arrested charged with having embezzled 10 000 of the banks funds FRIDAY In a fire at Utica N Y four busi ness firms suffered a loss of 100000 The total of the naval estimates in the British budget for 19078 Is 152 212045 The series pf stamps commemora tive of the Jamestown exposition will be 1cent and 2cent The Kansas legislature has passed a bill making a 20 per cent reduction In Pullman sleeping car rates Firearms consigned to both the Nic araguan and Honduran governments are being hold up at New Orleans There Is no truth In the report that Ross E Holday consul of the United States at Santiago Ouba had been tilled The Salvation Army in the United States will inaugurate antisuicide juroaus In all the largo cities of the country b N iI HU- I OOa0000600000000a000000006l 0oaABoston schoolboy was tall 0 rJaweak and sickly 0 gsQIcOogThephysician who had attended g the family for thirty years prescribedeQo 9 Scott j Emulsfon 0 00c NOW 9To feel that boys arm you cO gblacksmithALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND SIOO 0 0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOO fIIA tJr THE RRECKENRIDGE NEWSII And The LOUISVILLE DAILY HERALD Both One Yep r For 200 tk- tl1tH 1 Iw II BOWSIKH President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LiaiiTPOQT VicePresident Cues SKILUIAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits solicitedIMAl tt NNl tgiiY u Rheumatism I have found n tried and tetted cure for Rhev matbinlI Not a remedy that will straighten the I distorted limbs of chronic cripples nor tarn bony rrowtbs beck to flesh again That lIs impossible But I con now surely kill the pains and pangs of this deplorable disease In Gormany with a Chemist In the City of withIft perfected dependable prescription Without that last Ingredient I successfully treated many many eases of Rheumatism but now at lust it uni formly euros all curable cases of this heretofore much dreaded disease Those sandlike granular wastes found In Rheumatic Blood seem todlseolva and pass away wIder the action of this remedy as freely as does sugar when added to pure water And then when dissolved these poisonous wastes freely pass from the system and the cause of Rheumatism Is gone forever There is now ne real need no actual excuse to surer longer iritk eut help We sell and in confidence recommaa4 Dr Shoops heumatic Remedy SEVERS DRUG CO HowsYour I Liver I I It will pay you to take good care of your liver because if you do your liver wUl take good care of you Sick liver puts you all oit of sorts makes you pale dizzy sick at the stomach gives you stomach ache headache malaria etc Well liver keeps you well by purifying your blood and digesting your food There Is only one safe certain and reliable liver medicine and that I- sThedfords BlackDraught For over 60 years this wonderful thestandbyintodaytheIt acts gently on the liver and kid neys and does not irritate the bowels It cures constipation relieves congestion and purifies the system from keepingthePrice 25c at all druggists and dealersTest It i Ilk LOUISVILLE EVANSVILIE PACKET CO- Il CORPOJlATJlD r Fast Mai andPnseeEgtr Line between Louisville and Evans vine- Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wrdcei day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates end passer ei tickets to Cincinnati Fieipbt Hp meats delivend quicker then IT rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 Clovorport to Evansville 178 Cloverport to Owensboio 75 Splendid accommodations for Block General Officf 1 154150J58 4tb si Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P AI GEOH WILSON SlDt TABLEI III r 7 A M stops ut Board on flag owy I rrlve at Louisville T A M No i112 Ilally Mall ana fcxnrescJeavecQlo T ruort9 A M stops at all1 way stattoM arrives Louisville 1115p m I Train No IN Dully runt mall leaves Oh verport 450 p Woo stops at all way staMong east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 795 p m Oloverportmaecomloqdntlon WEST BOUND No 147 Dally OidVorpOrt AttotamodatloA UmvesOloverport6OOu m arrives Kvans vlllo 000 am expressIraTsatlIuwesvllleStanley IIendorson and Evansville nrrlvoi 9t Louis 720 p m Train No 113 Shill and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p moo Bvansvllle 103C p tit Stops at all stations Noll5danyStLoulsfasttralnlttvesCloIverport 11C0 PM arrives Bvansvllle 135 A I lJaw9BvUleOwensboroChair cars on trains 141 and 144 bptween sleeplnCIll146 between Louisville aLd SU Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND iellVtsFordsvllle80a tuTrain teavePForCevlllop tu Train No 0 Sunday oniy- FordsvllloBSOa m Irvington 03 a m WESTBOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 050 a rD arrives Fordsvillo 345 pm Train No5 Dally leaves Irvington 650 m arrives Fordsville 0 Smv 4 d- S cw m T Ti i r t 00 BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO De BABBAQE SONS Publishing Co Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price fl 00 a year of fl26 If paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five tines charged or tL the rate ot 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the iata of fi oats per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper It It IIs not correct please notify us When ordering a change In the address subscribers should give their old as well II the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY MARCH 61907 Patriotism love of country nndI respect lot other peoples rights are what we need in this good land of oursThat was a most gracious gift of Mr Kasoys 3000 to a young lady bookkeeper who was always courteous to the dead man in his business transactions Hal Murray saysthe only way to got whisky out of Cloverport is to vob it out under the county unit lawsit seems from all thats boon done Hal suggests the only WY out of our trouble rd RSAL AWAKXXIJTQ In closing his excellent address delivered before the State Farmers Institute on the Purpose of the Breeders Bureau Mr Jouott Shouso editor of the Kentucky Farmer and Breeder said This is the second State Farmers institute in the history of Kentucky Its assembling marks an epoch The legislation of our last General Assembly the crea tion of tilt State Bu ndof Agriculture Forestry and Immigration and the widened powers conferred upon it open up new and splendid avenues of usefulness Within the next the years Kentucky should advance further along agri cultural and live stock lines than she has in the twenty that have i preceded 1 believe she will I believe our people are awakening to their opportunities are realizing I the necessity of the most pro gressive iideas told the most ad vanced methods in order to keep abreast of the times I believe that our farmers and our stock men will not longer allow them selves to be outstripped by those of other States I believe I see immediately before us a greater a more prosperous Kentucky than has ever been before Ours is a royal heritage Let us do full honor to it Let us reflect real credit upon it If each man will but lend his individual efforts to wqrk for the common good the result will be readily easily accomplished On behalf of i he Kentucky Breeding Bureau on behalf of the people of the Blue Grass I pledge the most cor dial possible help the heartiest co operation Boys or young men who are in the habit of defacing property should be very careful lust they fall into the Hutches of the law Such depredations should be stopped and those committing them should be made to answer One night last week a sign on one of the Main street stores was badly disfigured and rendered almost valueless This is not the first occurrrnce of the kind of recent date Let this be a warning to the guilty parties to cease such infamous practice before they get themselves into serious trouble = r J1 ha Pale Thin- Nervous Then your blood must be in a very bad condition You certainly know what to take then take it Ayers Sarsa parilla If you doubt then consult your doctor We know what he will say about this grand old family medicine nil li the ant question your doctor would ado Are your boweli regular lie knows that daily action of till bowels li absolutely essential to recovery Keep your liver active and your bowels regular by taking laxative 11 doses of Aydri JilU ode by ZO Ayer Co Lowell Mass Alio manuruturera of HAIR VIGOR AGUE CURE hers CHERRY PECTORAL W have no lecnta W publiih the formula or all our medlolnei tr b HARDINSBURG Mrs M H Beard Miss Jennie Green and Mrs L B Reeves at tended the WhiteBoll wedding at Clovcrport last Wednesday Hugh Eskridgo of DouglasAri xoriia who has been visiting his parentsMr and Mrs Roscoe Esk lidgo for the past two weeks re turned homo Monday Mr Esk ridgo has been in Arizona for five years and has made good in the westMrs Ernest Robertsonof Glen deane was the guest of Perccy Beard and wife Friday A 11 Fisher of Cloverport was in town Tuesday- Hardinsburgs first It F D started last Friday Paul Weth ington is the carrier Roy Moorman has purchased the Daniel house and lot on Main street near Fourth Jnmos Dean of Vine Grovcfor meda resident of this place was hero on bupinas Friday John C Clmuey of Constantine was in town Wednesday Circuit Court adjourned last Tuesday after having been in ses sion 14 dnys John B Bates of McQuadywas in town Monday attending Quart elly Court Mr and MM Ziegler left Monday for their home near Baker City OregontF S Kinoholoo and Ed Dillon spent Sunday in Louisville Coleman E Haswell and Paul I Compton attended the funeral of James Bruington at Lost Run church Sunday David Penick of Custer spent Sunday here visiting friends Ed Goodman who went to Situ Antonio Texas on n prospecting trip Inn returned home Dr E F Day spent Sunday atII McDaniels Jndge Milton Board who has been sick the past two weeks is improvingThere more than 100 students B enrolled at Kingswood college Quarterly Court last Monday Mrs Mary C Ford is the guest of P M Beard and wife County Surveyor Charles D Payne says he will move to New Mexico about the first of June Rev Everett English went to Lewisport Saturday W T Wilson and wife of Tus cumbia Ala and Miss Lottie Per ry of Huntsville are the guests of John W Guthrie and other rela tives Mrs Wilson was Miss Lott tie Sheerman and formerly lived hereEd Stallman of Chenault was in town Monday STATE or OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO i liSLUCAS rank J Cheney makes oath that hels so nlor partner of the firm of F J Cheney fi Co doing business In the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE Jluwmm DOLLARS for ouch und every case of Catarrh that cannot ho cured by the use of Hulls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this 6th day of December A D 1880 A WGLEASON Seal I Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure Is taknn Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the system Send for testimonials tree K J CHENEY CO- Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75c Takollalls Family Pills for constipati- onIRVINGTON Mrs G S Marshall left Satur day for White Mills Ky to vis it relativesMiss Mercer of Raymond is visiting her aunt Mrs J F Claycomb for several days Miss Evelvn Herndon has returned home after a months visit to Mrs J T Lewis at Cloverport- T N McGlothlan and wife and cousin Clint Adkisson spent Sunday ot Lodiburg the guests of Luby Adkisson and wife Miss Elloda Neafus returned to Horse Branch Friday after a visit l to Miss Jessie Brady Mrs Nora Boardand son Jackii spent Several days of last week in Louisville with Dr and Mrs Pey ton Hendersont Rev J T Lewis and daughter Louise were the guests of his mother at Basin Springs Monday Miss Bknche Clajcomb has re turned to Louisville- G N Lyddan shipped two car loads of very line cattle to Louisville last Saturday George Emerson of Montgoni csy Ala bought ot Drury and Kemper a span of horses and one fancy horse last week Dr L B Moremon was in Lou isville Friday Mrs Bert Cunningham and grandchildren The Gardner Twinshave returned to Chenault after a visit to Mrs W B Gard ner Mr Bowman and wife have re turned to Hardinsburg after a visit to their daughter Mrs John Bowman Mrs Owen Keys is visiting in Lodiburg S R Payne will erect a brick store house on the sito of his building recently destroyed by tiredlrsPerry returned from Fords ville Saturday In 1897 I bad a stomach disease Some physician said Dyspepsia sonic Consumption One said I would not live until Spring For four years I ex tsted on boiled milk soda biscuits and doctors prescriptions I Ould not digest anything I ate then I pickedup one of your Ahn nas and it happened be my lifesaver I bought a fifty cent bottle of Kodoland the benefit I received front that bottle all the gold in Georgia could not buy In two mouths went back to my work as a ma chinist and in three months I was well and hearty May you live long an- dprosperC N Cornell Roding Ga 1000 The above is only a sample of the great Rood that is daily one every where bv Kodol for Dyspepsia It is sold here by all druggists CHENAULT T- ISeveral from here attended the funeral last Tuesday of Mrs Jim Hargis of Derby Ind Mrs Hargis leaves many frionas to mourn her loss and will be greatly missed far and near C L Warren E J Stallman and J Warren wont to Hardinsburg Mon day on business Mrs J F Jarboe who has been sick for the past few weeks is some better Dr H Basham of Davis county is in town doing all kinds of dentalwork Paul Gilliland left Friday for Louisville where he has a position awaiting himL H Bosley and G A Gilliland went to Stephensport Saturday on busi nessMessrs Martin Abell and Tom Bran den of Louisville were the guests of Mr and Mrs C L Warren last week Mrs H Stallmann and daughter Mrs Jno Warren and children left Saturday for St Louis where they will visit friends and relatives Mrs G B Cunningham returned home last week after a visit to her daughter Mrs Wm Gardner of Irv ington Mrs Cunningham was accom panied home by her grand children Nannie Lee and G B Gardner E B Frymire and little sister Sue Emeria who has been visiting relatives in Louisville returned home last week Miss Susie Warren left Monday for Hardinsburg where she will ente school at the Academea Wm Bearen has bought the property of Steve Mills near Mooleyville Mr Bearen and family will move some time soon TAR FORK Jas Keenan is getting lumber on the ground preparatory to erecting a nice residence near his old home He has put up a fine stock barn Mrs Annie Marlow is visiting her daughter Mrs L C Keenan on Tar Creek Mr and Mrs Will Mason of Pisgah spent Wednesday and Thursday with her sister Mrs T H Chancellor- J B Bates of McQuady passed through here Thursday going to see his uncle Sam Kates near Pisgah Mrs Sam Rice and children of Fords ville came up last Wednesday to visit his parents Mr and Mrs O W Rice Miss Beulah Rice who is in school at Hardinsburg made a visit home Friday and Saturday Ray Wright was a guest one day last week of Mr and Mrs OW Rice Mr Wright will return shortly to San Francisco Cal- Wnah Robbins is the only bidder for the proposed new mail route Todd Bates of McQuadywas a visitor at Rev C L Goffs and T H Chancellors from Friday until Monday I I 1l1i1f11iH1i1l1i1tJIilIi1l111i1 11I je I I 11II II I I I II Opening II II I m ItT lrr P 1n = IUSI7 L1Nt iII1L I I I II SATURDAY II II II III I MARCH 16ijII- II IIARed Letter Day Big display of our enormous line of spr rngII jGoods Choice selections from St Louis marketsII tmj will be open for your inspection on that date t- rI Everything the season demands Will be here by that time Dont I to see it Watch itfail for further particu I lars next week A big dayGet in the push We want you to see our big line and I will take pleasure in showing you the seasons offer I ings Saturday March 16 is the day Dont fail to COME I I IBI I Hardinsburg Ky IF II Miss Irene Robbins will begin a three months school at Ryans school house on the first of April happyrget her a sack of Lewisport Flour sold in Cloverport by Preston Williams and OConnell 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 t Henderson Route Greater Louisville Ex position On this account a rate of 225 for the round trip from Clovrport to Louis ville and return will be made on March 18 21 23 24 28 and 30 Good to re turn April 1 I Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 206 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Lawrence Murray wilt leave within the next ten days to superintend the putting on of a tile roof on the school building at Williamson Va COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop US to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and ulpht Rates 1100 per day I m orI JEWELRY The finest and best of all kinds WatchesCJocks t CJocksSilverware UollowareFlatwarel Musical instruments and findings TIC Lewis Son HHardlnsburg Ij KOdol r SATISFACTION IN LUMBER Spring Is Opening Up That Calls For Lumber TELL US WHAT YOU WANT TO BUILD 7bur7 about that- Satisfaction in lumber Is a vithereLotus have your lumber- order 1 today We have i what you want Seaton WeatherholtJ Clamper t Kjr it f 11 FOR DYSPEPSIDI- GESTS XWHAT YOU EAT Relieve Indigestion Sour StMMch llchl of Qu Its fEfAKID ONLY AT THE lAkOIATOKY jE c D wiTT Ie COMPANY CHICAGO ILL For Site by i111Drugglrte i fi f 4 t 4 filISh= Breckenrtdge News I flu WEDNESDAY MARCH 6 1907 So TiredIt may be from overwork but In1mWith a well conducted LIVER lei 1 1it one can do mountalnr of labor without fatigue It adds a hundred per cent to Ones earning capacity iIrycan be kept in healthful action and only by Tolls Pills I tI r r TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE Read the want column 11Galltt Pr stonEo for the best flour homeIrID r Ira Behen has been critically ill since Saturday Vivian Pierce has returned home from 11 Irvington to sv1I Call for the Lewisport flour on sale at i OConnells f V 4 Miss Eva Herndon left Monday for j iIrvingtonMrs aseverePij y Wilburn Gregoryof Louisville is the 11guesti i of friends k and 1rsJess Bohler went to Webster unnay Mr and Mrs en Miller of Holt i were here Sunday tillFrank Heddon of Fordsville visited friends here Sunday 1IrsHutch Sawyer has been ill sev c Wleraldays with grip Mr and Mrs James Younger wont to West Point Sunday IDRev James T Lewis went to Basin I SaturdnyIt ii the name of your tllivisitorf to the News office I f Mrs Thurman Hook and childrenn 1 IMondayI ctcd home r last week S GreenjCrecilus KIis visiting Mrs J A Ross theIguest of friends Saturday r Bert Beavin has returned from an Y extended visitjn the southwest i f Mrs Chas Hall was in Louisville Monday to spend the day shopping I J Stuart Babbage will arrive home Saturday for a short visit to his parents f s 1Everybodys Magazine the Delinea tor the Metropolitan for March are on at the News office isale 1I J BABY TORTURED t BY ITCHING RASH iFace RestIt s OutCradle Cap Added to I Babs Torture Tries Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment TIMMEDIATE RELIEF AND SPEEDY CURE My baby was about nino months old when she had rash on her faco and feet Her feet seemed to irritate her most especially nights They would cause her to be broken of her rest and sometimes she would cry until she was tired out Ihad always used Cuti cura Soap myself and had heard of so many cures by tho Cuticura Remedies that I though I would jrfvo them a I trial The Improve = 11mcntwnsnotfccable usedDOBO Igwerewen and have never troubled her since I also used it to remove what is known as cradle cap from her a head and it worked like a charm as it et cleansed and healed the scalp at thosame time Now I keep Cuticura Ointment on hand in case of any lIttlo rash or er insect bites as it takes out tho Inf- lamelRation at once Perhaps this may be of helping other suffering babies Mrs Hattie Currier Thomas t too Mo June 01000 f LUTICURATHE SET I 4 Consisting ef Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills A single st is often sufficient to cure The most torturing disfiguring Itching burning and scaly humors eczomas rashes and Irritations with loss oti hair from tofaHcy to ago when all other remedies and oven the best physi pane fail Guaranteed absolutely pure Cepeto External and Internal JRatmen for Jvery Humor of 80p5Cchildren and dul COB Ie e the Skin RmeeooIVrxtt60oIInnthertorm and cutot Chocolate fed PITY 360 rvlal of 60110 PurIty the =C t UNI world Potl Drill geto Pre03 BoMea Mjw II1IMUwSO QlleaJa aad Betfe l t f I1v L Keenan was in town Tuesday Lucile Berry went to Louisville TuesdayMrs Polk went to Louisville MondayMiss Lewis was the guest of friends at Stephensport last week Mrs Hilary Hardin and Miss Mc Gavock spent Monday in Louisville- W B Mingus of Mnttingly has moved his family to Tar Fork to live P D Plank spent Sundayin Versailles with his daughters at Marguerite Hall Miss Ray Heyser gave a charming entertainment to the Girls Club last weekHoward Pine of Evansville was the guest of Mr and Mrs Wm Pine last weekMiss Jennte Greenof Falls of Rough was the guest of Mrs Fred Ferry Wed nesdayMrs Ed Porter of Owensboro visited her father Mr Joe Porter Sun layW C Moorhinn of Glondeane and Olr Brown of Lewisport wore hero Monday 200 Horse Collars 150 fl50 blind bridles 5125 BabbagoC the StoreMiss Mftttingly of Louisville hut been the guest of Mr and Mrs David MattinglyMrs Morrison who has been visiting in Lotrisvlllef returned home last week Messrs Ira Behen and Leighton Per kjncare recovering from severe attacks of the grip Miss Lydia Goering of Hfiwosvilte has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Hovious Behen Mr Thomas Wroe has returned home from Stephensport after holding si suc cessful school there Harry Hambleton is at West Point this week with Mr Chns Kiel who iIt ill with pneumonia Mrs1 Dunn went to Brandenburg Sun day to nurse Mrs Wm Ditto whose condition is still critical Mrs Shane cf Chandlor Ill nnd Mrs Dean of Evansville are tho guests of Mrs Wm Pine Miss Mary Jarboe expects to leave within three weeks to enter a course of studies at Bowling Green Seven bars Lenox Soap 25c Four cans Sugar corn 25c Six boxes Capi tol Matches 25c Babbagos the Big Store Mr and Mrs J M Reynolds have returned home from Louisville after a visit to their sister Mrs Laura B ButlerThomas de la Hunt of Cannelton who was the guest of Misses Edith and Eunice Wheeler at Hardin GroveInd Supday and Monday visited Jno D Babbage Jr Monday evening enroute to his home Miss Laura Hale who has now a posi tion with Polk Frank will leave this month for Louisville to study the seasons styles in millinery Miss Hale will establish a Millinery parlor at Pell ville Ky this spring Mr Harold Murray was host to the GoodTime Club Friday evening Those present were Misses Edith Burns Blanche Baldwin Reba Lewis and Mildred Babbage Sterett Jarboe Wm White Virgil Babbage and John Jar boeA surprise pound party was given at the home of Miss Lula Severs Friday night in honor of Miss Eva Herndon The following were present Miss Ray Heyser Margaret Moorman Eva Hern don CleonaWeatherholt JDBabbage Jr Harry Weatherholt David Phelps rand J Byrne Severs J E Keith Son erected last week a large Barre monument to the grave of Ben J Qarrico in Buck Grove ceme tery Meade county They have the contract to erect the largest Barre gran ite that was ever sent across the river It will be put at the graves of Jacob Loesch and wife of near Tobinsport Ind Keith Son have on hand the best grade of marble- MorganfieldJ Visitors Entertained Mrs Bob Young and Mrs Jack Young of Morganficld were guests of honor ata Flinch partylast Friday afternoon given at the home of Mrs Chas B Skillman Mrs Wick Moorman delightfully en tertained ast Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs Skillmans visitors Mrs Jack Young and Mrs Bob Young Mr and Mrs D H Severs were host and hostess to the following guests at their home last Monday evening Mes dames Robert and Jack Young of Morganfield Rev and Mrs B M Cur ie and Mr and Mrs Chas BiSkillman t V MarlowrBarbee Tar Fork March 4th Special The wedding of Miss Dollie Barbee and Mr James Marlow took place Wednes day afternoon February the twenty seventh at three oclock at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Burt son Barbee The Rev C L Goff of ficiated The groom is the son of Mr Monroe Marlow They are popular young peaI pIe of this community 0 1 r I Ij I DonftPushThe ta4 load without help if you reduce friction to almost JJ- nothing by applying tj MicaAxl 6rea8e l to the wheels No other lubri cant ever made wears so long and savcsso much horse power Next time try MICA AXLE GREASE IJDtOrponte4 I I DEATH OF LITTLE GIRL i JI Marie Pine Dies of Typhoid Pneu monia After Short Illness After a two weeks illness of typhoid pneumonia Hattie Male Pine died laM Wednesday afternoon February the twentyseventh about five oclock Marie was twelve years of age last July and was the only child of 1rIand Mrs Wm Pine of this city She was an unusually attractive girl owing to her natural childish manner which won the admiration of all who knew her She was a pupil1 of Miss Annie Raitts private school and also studied music for which she had quite a talent For nearly two years she had been a i member of the Methodist church andii was a faithful Sunday School scholar Maries lovely disposition was a beautiful example to hrmany little friends who paid a tribute to her memery ltry i attending her funeralin a body i The funeral services were hold in the Methodist church Friday afternoon and wore conducted by the Rev B M Currie The interment took place in the Cloverport cemetery Miss Lola Pine Mr Howard Pine Mrs Shane of Chandlor Ill and Mrs Dean of Evansville arrived here to at tend the funeral and to be with the griefstricken parents CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the friends who were so exceedingly kind and thought ful to us during the illness and death of our daughter Marie Mr and Mrs Wm Pine Death of James Bruington Mr James Bruington died at his home in the Harned neighborhood on last Saturday aged fiftynine years Mr Bruington had lived all his life within a few miles of where he died and was a most substantial farmer He had been married twice His first wife was Miss Palestine Scott and to this union were born three children namely Scott Lannie and Warren His second wife was Miss Letissie Payne who with four children survives him The children are Robert Mary Nancy and GlenMr Bruington was a conscientious man a kind and loving father and a friend to everyone The funeral was conducted from the Baptist church at Harned Sunday and the interment was in the Scott burying ground LE ROY PLOWS I win prizes whenever exhibited We can give testimonials from some of the best farmers In thu United Slates wo say thoLo Hoy draws easier holds easier und does better wark In all conditions of soil than auy other pjow RoyNConrad Payne Co Cloverport Dress Tacky and be in style for the Tacky Party and Oyster Supper Thursday Night March 7 Given bv the MODERN WOOD MEN OF AMERICA in the hall over J C Nolte Bros store An Evening of Fun and Plenty to Eat Oysters and all kinds of Refreshments Pretty souvenir of the occasion will bo given to every one present No admittance will be charged- A prize will be given to theI tackiest person 7ttt t t tot + I warnszrh 9i3r1r3h lr AAdvertisements Inserted under this head at one cent a word per week FOIL n fiutCtLS hull bird or fox dog eel write lien F hates the barber at Ir- vington FOP SALETJireo firstclass young mllrh Their calves Just weaned For particulars address J S Tlnlus Holt Ky COU HALESpanof mules sixteen hands1 high Sato to work anywhere Sound as a dollar II II Hurtllii Cloverport UlANTEDYounit girl for light house work Good home and wares 11 Hlllcr 1600 Frankfort Avo Loulsvlllo Ky FOR SALEIloolc on Hypnotism and magnetIsmI i cents HrccVenrldRo News VlANTEDTen mon to sell fruit trees AshbySonsXANTEIaontlemnn or lady to travel capltulTerrItoryI slrubltMlio home roes bo used as hundiiuar ters Weekly salary of f1082 per year and expenses Address Armstrong Alexander Plymouth IInro Chicago Ill VANTIWAsh Lars and Cord Material Owensboro Shovel and Tool Co Oweii boro Ky POU SALEGolrt ring with pretty setting partmentbrareckenrlugen FOR SAZR KM arrow of land laying on the acresclearedIn ueddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price Il500 cash For further particulars write the Ureckenrldge News Cloverport Ky FOB SALE- nItiNTINO Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Moline Scglnes31AIN CABLE Me tad Street LouLsTlllo Kv y1 I 1 11DR TAYLOR JRepre8entln 1 f 1IJ TAYLOR KEENE DENTISTS L IliOF OWENSBOROm 1 I m 1I Will be In Cloverport on date JI announced Iat- erWhen E Y m I You Ij Think o- fPeunt t 1 IThink D I Of Us QQ- LEVERS DRUG CO IiJ IBy ustyouure the care and anxiety of look ing after the details of your finan cialmatters Open an account Draw checks on us and we will do the rest Do it now Theres nothing like a- BANK ACCOUNT for giving a man prestige and standing in the community and business world BANK OF CLOVERPORT OLOVERPORT KY 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 best Ruberold will last as long as the building l E n MEET ME AT NOLTES f I I Sho sflHa- ve f 11you thought of your foot covering t wfor Spring The stylish and comfortable kindthe kind that makes the feet feel good A va riety to select from fouud no where else From baby soft sole to the big stormy man The dressy and the servicable All kinds Come in let us prove to you Always glad to show you 3 Co Nolte rBro Cloverport Ky 2 s rDO YOUR BAKING for extra enterta r rg Not unless you have provided yourjel with a sack ofCADICKS t CADICKSGOLD FLOUR If you have never tried it its a rood time now Youll get the opinion of your friends If they are enthusiastic in their praises of your delicious bread rolls cakes and pastry remember its due to Cadicks Gold Dust Flour MAKERSaIrvd B UNIVERSITY OF- THE SOUTH Sewanee Tennessee Opened in 1868 Latcdod at Sowanee Tennes e on a plateau of the Cumberland Mountains 2000 feet above the levelof the sea Sewanee has a national reputation as u health re sort The University has a domain of nearly ten thousand acres much of it covered with virgin forests and all of it abounding in natural scenery of great beauty r The Departments of the University are ACADEMEC Including School of Engineerin- gTHEOLOGICAL MEDICAL Including School of Pharmecy and TraininD School for Nurses LAW Confers tho following degrees in course B A r A B C Eo C E B D G D LL B i1 U Ph G Number of Paofessors and officers of administaation 50 Average number of students annually between 500 and GOO e Graduate alumni number about one thousand The Lent Spring Term of the University begins March 21st Tho Trinity Summer Term June 28th With this term begin the scholastic year The Advent Fall Term begins September 19th Vacation from De cember 17th to March 20th upon the University Domain Sewanco Tennessee prepares boys for this and other Univcrties and tor business For catalogues and other information address B Lawton Wiggins MA LLDrI Sewanee ViceChancellor Tennessee HAVE YOU TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF THIS OFFER The News and Daily Herald one year for 200 fifVV iw- L I II nlffiI Promotes Dig stionChccrfu1 ncss and RcstContains ncilhcr OpmmMorphine nor Mineral NOT NARCOTICS raroralrstMt2sfm lt- Aj J i1JJJ Apafcct Remedy forConstipa tion Sour StomacnDinrrhoea Worms Convulsions feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP facsimile Signature of NEW YORK EXACT COPY OF WR- APPCHPerkins M Sustained Albany N Y Feb 2iBy a dlvld 13 court voting tour to three the court of appeals sustained the judg d dwent of the court below to the effect that George W Perkins as vice pres- Ident of the New York Life Insurance company was not guilty of larceny IBI the use of funds of the comiftiny rorII contributions to the Republican campI paign fund In 1901 The dissenting opinion Is especially severe In Its characterization of the use of the companys money for political contrib DUng A cross and peevish child is not nat ural There is something wrong Usually its the stomach Use Caeca i swebt and put the stomachright and he sunshine will return to the babys ere Caecasweetit bust for babies sad 3lifinflU 0O dors 33 cents Sold by alt 1I1IINS I Mile LldcalI II poet What n mart elous and beautiful spectacle It IIK to see tho heavy heml of wheat rising and falling at the caprice of the gentle tephyrs M Itntero In speculator Not half so wonderful ns to sue them rising dud raIlIng at the corn exchange Pele Mule i For and iI i I a I I Tilt OINTAUII SOMAev Nawla1R CITY n- None Left to Tell Tare Carml Ill March 1By an expTo I lion of dynamite Rev J B Tittle his father his wife and baby were killed I and two children of the family wereII fatally Injured Mr Tittle who was I a Baptist minister had the dynamite I I I the dynamite happened to explode is I not known All who could tell any I thing about It were killed The residence l I was totallyI destroyed I I Congress has 10000 i for a memorial shaft or tablet to be erected at Ky near the I place whore Abraham Lincoln wu born i It t A Scieitiilc Wonder I tific wonder It cured B R t lectunr for the Patrons of Hub I Wayne bom Pti cfa case of PilesI It h Ah the worst Burns i Sores Bails Uic rs Cu s Wounds Chilblains and SIt RIll UUl Only 2c I III St ve rs Drug Cos dn g st ie I n I t t FARE f HIS E I ofi I ROOSEVELT I 1 INDUSTRY lyENTION it CASTORIA Infants Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA exIappropriated Hodglnsville creditIMulfoadt udQI distressing GT EATER LOUISVILLE JPOSIT1lQ ONE FOR R011NUTRIPBYRAILOPAIVEA MAR 1830 fATOR AND BAND Oovernment Exhibits and erGr afiAIraclions II PRESIDENT 1WILL 25I1r i SEE IT 4LL- e 18 if J3 tEfrAtQ EN IMPORTANTHEARINC I nters ate Commerce Commission Takes Up the Recent Big Har- riman Railway Transactions TO GO TO THE BOTTOM OF THINGS Wizard Harriman Is the First to Bei Called to the Stand and There Arei IOthr Financiers Who Are Expected to Testify Concerning Heals New York JarchlThe Interstate commerce commission Investigation of the Harriman lines ia at an end for the present It ia said by counsel for the government that no steps have been taken to place before the courts the question raised by tho refusal of Mr Hnrriman and Mr Kahn to an ewer Certain inquiries relating to individual holdings of stocks Tho hear Ing was postponed to a dato to bo fixed later Arguments probably will bo heard in April New York Feb 26The Interstate commerce commission met here today to continue its Investigation of the Harriman railroads Many notable financiers and railroad men have been subpoenaed and are expected tQ ap pear for examination at this sitting of the commission Notable among them all Is E H Harriman the con trolling factor in the vast transporta tion system of the Union Pacific Southern Pacific lines New York Feb 27An assertion that Stuyvesant Fish was deposed from the presidency of the Illinois Central because of misconduct as to the funds of the company a contin ued refusal to answer questions relating to Individual stock transactions explanations of the transfer of 300000 shares of Southern Pacific stock to William G Rockefeller dur ing the attempt of James R Keene to secure control of the road and of the delayed announcement of the dlvl dends in Union and Southern Pacific attempts by the government to show that the Union Pacific charges unfair rates stifles competition in the vast territory traversed by Its lines and that Its dividend of 10 per cent and Its expenditure of 240000000 of bet torments came from an unfair toll on Its patrons an academic discussion of railway regulation by high authorities- on either side that ran from a plea for legalized combinations of railroads under government supervision to a suggestion that the government control railway stock Issues a charge and and admission that the miscon duct of the railroads created the popu determinedlyiotholr country ijjj the worhj Is go hostile To rlUItc transportation Interests an assertion that the purchase of Southern Pacific by the Union Pacific had given the Southwest ten years advantage In development that the failure of the Union Pacific to secure the Northern Pacific left the Northwest ten years behind where It would have been If control had been obtain ed all ending with a remarkable scene where the government and the man stood confronted Mr Harriman contending that his Interests should not be checked In their program of concentrationThese events that made yes terdays session of the Interstate commerce commission with Edward II Harriman as sole witness a memora ble one They gave fc vivid and inti mate realization of the problems of swollen wealth and railway regulation and the participants their utterances and the circumstances gave the Inqul ry importance It all made a notable contribution to the financial history light and darkof the time Mr Harriman again occupied the stand throughout the entire day A CHANGE OF PLAN To the Army Will Be Intrusted Work of Constructing Canal VashinKton Fob 27By mi order addn ssfd to the Isthmian canal con rutsMini President Roosevelt as far 13 hiv in his power under existing law ran ffmd to the engineer branch the rrsponsifolHU for tho further construc tion of the Panama canal lIe also In thr same order which took the form of a letter addroesod to the rhalmiun of the commission Mr Shont himself about to retire from all cone etion with the enterprise formally recorded tho abandonment for the IfS nt at least of the project chargeiof the canal construction Mr Shonts Is In New York wl ore he will today preside at a mooting of tho directors of the Panama Railroad company of whlhc he Is president and will It le expected formally resign that office The Intention of the president Is that there shall be an entire reorgan ization of the commission with three army officers of the engineer corps Its loading members who are to have charge of the engineering features of the canal work The chairman and cnglncirlni nlcf of the commission will 1b Major W J Goethals and his associates v91 be Major D DuB Gall lard and MJor William L Slbort to rank In the order named These office are all comparatively young am bltiortt and energetic members of tk corps J ti PATESVILLE Telephone is the gossip at this plnco nt present j Matt Jarboo vna illa few days of last week Mrs Walter Jarboo has been on tho siqk list for several days Odis Kinder of Tobinsport spent a few days of last week with Matt Jarboc Allen Jarboe moved 1m family upon tho hill in the Clark prop erty Monday Services wore conducted at the Baptist church at this place Sun day by Kev Cicero Corley the pastorMr II II Tindlc of Dukes was in town Wednesday after noon on business Dr H W Frymire our prominent physician was called to Dukes Tuesday to attend the sickSeveral of the young men of this place have become attached to Dukes by some cause and make regular trips to that place each Thursday evening to attend literaryA term of school closed at this place Friday afternoon February 22 conducted by Messrs James Lamb as princi paland Kirtloy Kincaid assist ant Many nice rescitations were rendered by their pupils to their many friends and relatives who were assembled to congratulate them for their success Prepare This Yourself For those who have any form of blood disorders who want newrich blood and plenty of it try this Fluid Extract Dandelion oue half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sawapanlla three ouncesShake well in a bottle and take in ttaepoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime Any good pharmacy can supply the ingredients small cost This is the prescription which when made up is called The Vegetable Treatment by others the Cyclone Blood Purifier It acts gently and cer taiuly does wonders for some people who are sickly weak andout of sorts and ia kncwn to relieve serious long standing cases of rheumatism and chronic backache quickly Make some up anti try it BAILEYS NEW JOB Texas Senator Will Now Devote Hit Time to Getting Even Austin Tex Feb 25By a vote of 70 to 40 out of a possible 128 votes 18 members being absent United States Senator Joseph W Bailey was exonerated by the lower house of the Texas legislature lust night of any charges of Irregular acts In public life On Monday by a vote of 15 to 11 the senate exonerated Senator Bailey without waiting to hear the report of the Investigating committee and last night the house took like action to the extent of acting on the recom mendation of a majority of the Investigating committee for complete exoneration without the submission of the evidence Bailey addressed the house most bitterly In his denuncia tion of those who opposed him de Glaring that not one of these men shall ever hold office In Texas again as I shall devote my time to seeing that they dont got in Bailey loft today for Washington Vinol builds you up and keeps you up Our delicious Cod Liver preparation without oil Better than oldfashioned cod liver oil and emulsions to restore health for Old people delicate children weak rundown persons and after sickness colds coughs bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles Try it on our guarantee Severs Drug Co s1The News one year one dollar I 01 Dortt SufferL11nic ht longs from toothache neureJl 3ievi or rheumatism Slo res- LiMmefttkills the pain quiets the nerves and induces sleep- At all dealers Price 25c 50c b900 Dr Erl SSloiv BostotvMzxssUSA t firiJi ffl r I r tI 1- I TO SOLIES tITU I f SINGE THQiGHT DIAMOND BRANBQIIAUr rr We are one of the largest users of Rock Oak Sole Leathern the World trThe other +T t4 l- k materials used Vir HANE MORE r iin Diamondi A fOLD STYLI OAK 1 i Y 1ANY+ 1 IN TUEWESTr DIAMOND BRAND ft WEARii 1 i SAINT LOUISW j jrto 4THE Fifth Avenue V HOTELLouisville i PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr t a lThe most centrally located trd onlj firstclass hotel In the city making a I 1200 rate Only one block from the principall BhopplDgoifitrict and two blocks trim the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all puts ofJho city- Everytbing neat and iclean rrr li tylPltr alt J9dE NNm NNS MN01 A The Bank IandI CAPITAL 5000000- B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUl COMMON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Esktiilge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson BF Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Introst Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or Burglary NNNN 4001 NN NNNiit- t tN i tt+ Nritidtti NSMt al I NNKrdN LOW RATES FROM LOUISVILLE VIA Southern RailwayrIn effect daily after March 1 to April 30 and September 1 to October 31 inclusive t 3400 Helena and Butte m 3550 Spokane m 3800 Portland Tacoma and Seattle 3800 San Francisco Los Angeles and t1 other CALIFORNIA points Corresponding rates to other points in the West and Northwest t Cheap one way colonist tickets and round trip homeseekor8 ickcts will also be sold on March 5th and 10th and April 2d nd 16th to Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas andother oints in tho3outhwest and Southeast g For maps folders and complete information call on yourdlocal agent or B S PENT Traveling Pass Agent Lexington IIy IcyJw i tilt v rt JT i T 7 I h k EXPOSITION OPENS Y a March 18 For Two Weeks toI Disclose Many Wonders GRAND GOVERNMENT EXHIBITS Creatores Band Twice Dally Without 4 Extra ChargeAn Unexampled Op portunity to Enjoy Complete Ex hibits of Literature and ArtLow Rates by Rail and River r Theodore Roosevelt President of the United States William H Taft Secretary of War Leslie M Shaw Secretary of the Treasury V H Met PostmasterCornittogether with the officials of tho x Greate Louisville Exposition Company In their effort to obtain attractive I CLUBI S exhibits for the big Louisville event It is now assured that Louisville will be able to offer to her visitors from March 18 to 30 an opportunity of seeing the most novel collection of government exhibits ever shown in any great exposition President Roose e- rjvolt has graciously agreed to press the extIposlton in motion and has instructed Secretary Loeb to make the necessary arrangements for the ceremony which will taku place In his office March 18 The government exhibits are now in process of packing It is understood and they will soon be on their way to Louisville where they will be seen by countless Kentuckians and other Southerners as well as the people In a broad strip of Indiana and scattered delegations from nearly all the largo cities In the United States where the Greater Louisville Exposition is about to be Imitated The arrangements which were begun during the month of December by A T Macdonald President I III of the Exposition Company recently completed by Fred VlereII Vice President both of whom made lengthy trips to Washington being greatly assisted there by Kentucky congressmen and government officials I According to the latest plans there will be sent to Louisville from the Treasury Department complete exhib its of the currency of the United States and the various Issues of Inter nil revenue stamps which have been used at different periods of our na tional life Both of these exhibits are very valuable and heavy bond was re quired of the Exposition Company showing that Uncle Sam values his relics and takes every precaution to protect them from harm or loss These exhibits are attractively framed with the view of allowing the closest pOSe sible inspection without handling They will be under the direct super vision of Sergeant HIttinger of the war department who It Is supposed at present will be sent to Louisville to have general supervision over all government exhibits Besides the stamps and currency notes tho Treas ury Department has consented to send to Louisville a tram containing all the medals which have been voted to Individuals by congress since the first one which was voted to George Wash ington These medals have a value In historical and memorial ways They commemorate various deeds of hero- Ism and statecraft and should be viewed with Intense interest by all who see them The Navy Department will send to Louisville a model of the battleship Kentucky which will show in every detail the lines of that great fighting machine The model will be twelve feet long and will occupy the place of honor In the great marble lobby In the Exposition Building It will be placed where all who enter the building will see it and will have an opportunity to study Its appearance As the peo pie of Kentucky gave a magnificent silver service to be used on this battleship It will bo interesting to see what manner of vessel It is as there Is hardly a community In the estate which did not contribute to the fund which was raised for the purchase of the silver service Besides the beauti ful model there will bo sent from the a fs I Navy Department a number of excel lent photographs showing the various war vessels of the navy under varied conditions The exhibits from the Navy Department will surely lend a great deal of enlightenment for those who live far Inland and do not fro quently come in touch with things of the sea The War Department requisitioning on the Rock Island Arsenal will send to the Greater Louisville Exposition a big field gun and two rapldflre guns besides samples of ammunition used by them Twenty stands of the rifles now In use In the United States Army and a stand of flags will also be sent In order to show some of the appli ances used by the United States Army In the Philippine Islands the War De partment will send to the exposition a cart to which will be attached a life size cast of a caraboa which animal Isa peculiar looking ox with horns like those of a goat which grow out of the sides of his head from three feet to four and a half feet long I danI danger lurks over those who go forth to battle and there will be many from seeIwhat their fathers before thorn faced and they as a rule are themselves ready to face In defense of tho flag These exhibits will be shipped to Norfolk for the Jamestown Exposition is soon as the Greater Louisville Exposi tion closes In every respect the War Department treated the Greater Louis yule Exposition officials with the same courtesy and attention that they have accorded to officials of other great expositions In the past The Postofflce Department consent ed to the request of the Greater Louis vine Exposition officials to establish in the Exposition Building a model substation postoffice which will show throughout the exposition period tho handling of United States malls Asa decorative feature In the postofflce w111ihave seen this dead letter exhibit that It Is among tho most Interesting examples of the work done by tho Post office Department that can be found anywhere When the exposition closest the exposition postoffice will be put In use an a Louisville substation Besides the other exhibits of the Treasury Department It was at first proposed by the officials of tho expos I tion to borrow from the Treasury De partment a coin stamping machine upon which to make the exposition souvenirs When It was found that a dlemaker in Louisville uses an exact replica of the treasury machine In the prosecution of his business it was de cided that the souvenir coins of tho exposition could be better made by this Louisville concern and this plan was adopted so that the exposition even to the matter of stamped souvenirs will be truly Everything made In Louisville IIMINOR MATTERS Pertinent and Interesting Facts Con cerning the Big Exposition Louisvilles business section will be bravely illuminated every night during the Greater Louisville Exposition The hotel keepers of Louisville rec ognizing warm friends and old friends In all Kentuckians have announced that no advance In their rates will be made during tho exposition period They as well as all other citizens of Louisville are strongly for Louisville and for Kentucky all the time Ingenious Kentuckians will find much to please them In tho display of Inventions which is now almost complete in the Greater Louisville Exposition Every Inventor in Louisville has been asked to exhibit the offspring of his ingenuity ana the result will be a remarkable showing It may be that some visitors will be able to get Illuminating ideas from this display It has long been known that as a center of literary effort Louisville has considerable renown Her authors have written everything from theology to short stories for children and the Division of Literature of the exposi tion is busy gathering together the works of nil of these authors of every form In order to make a complete dis play It Is held that no city of its size can rival Louisville in the matter of excellent homemade literature ws- e Will Live In Louisville Mr and Mrs Lewis Adams will move their family to Louisville within the next week tllivc Mr and Mrs Adams have many friends and relatives here who will regret to see them leave Their son Clarence Adams is a most popular boy and he will be greatly missed by his school mates Of Interest to Women beIwomen unfortudately are not owing to the unnatural condition of the lives we lead Headache backache and a general tired condition are prevalent among the women of today and to re lieve these conditions women rush to the druggists fora bottle of some prep aration supposed to be particularly for them and containingnobody knows what If they would just get a box of Brandreths Pills and take them regularly every nighi for a time all their trouble would disappear as these pills regulate the organs of the feminine sys tent The same dose always has the same effect no matter how long they are used Brandreths Pills have been in use for over a century and are sold in every drug and medicine store either plain or sugar coated The Poor and the Rich Not long ago n London preacher In dulged In u little bit of sarcasm over n small collection lie did It very neat ly In a preface to his sermon on the following Sundny Brethren he said our collection Inst Sunday was a very small one When I look nt this congregation I say to myself Uhoro are the poor Rut as I looked at the collection whoa we counted It I ex claimed Whore are the rich You verycarefdl of your bowels when you have a cold Nearl all other cough syrups are constipating especially those containing opiates Keuno lys Laxative Cough Syrup moves the bowels contains NO opiates Con forms to National Pure Food ant Drugs Iaw Hears the endorsement of mob ers everywhere Children like its pleasant taste Sold by all druggists I Colors In Fruits It Is known that rlpptilu frilN ni sorb greater or I leaser 11l11 I i iIIoxygen and give oil cnrlxmic nilJ than a certain portion of the flier lit ion verted Into sugar and another jmrl1 J Into water and that the culorliv proc ess depends much on the stiray of sunshine while this chemical iictlon I taking place But exactly why the outer membranes of fruits take on a ixwl tlve color why one plum Is blue anil another red why one apple Is rcilaud another Is yellow Is a question which scientists have never yet agreed upon London Telegraph The NewsNo Pure Drug Cough Cure Laws would be needed if all Cough Cures were like Dr Shoops Cough Cure isand has been for 20 years The- N tlonal Law now requires that if any poisons enter into a cougg mixturs it must be printed on the labtl or pack age For this reason mothers and others should insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure No poison marks on Dr Shoops labels and none in the medicine else it must by law be on the label And its not only safe but it is said to be by those that know it best a truly remarkable cough remedy Take no chance particularly with your chil drOll Insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure Compare carefully the Dr Shoop package with others anti ste- No poison marks there YOU can al ways be on the safe side by demanding Dr Shoops Cough Cure Simply refuse to accept any other Sold by Se vers Drug Go RAYHONL Deferred from last week School at this place closed last Thurs day with a nice treat for all Miss Macy of Garfield spent several days with her brother Glen Macy While here Miss Macy was talking to the trustees in regard to the school at this place fpr the Fall term Willis Chappell and Robert Norton have neV boxes on No 6 telephone line Several more talk of getting boxes right away Mrs Sam Robbins and son Clark Ammons visited her father Sam Ater last week Mr and Mrs Albert Schindley of Irvington was at Hardin Pollocks Wed nesday and Thursday of last week Mrs T E Mercer was called to Irv ingtona few days ago to be with a sick child of Mrs J F Claycomb Mrs J B Norton Visited her parents Mr and Mrs Dan Baysinger of Stony Point a short time ago Mr and Mrs Charlie Baysinger of jfaynesville visited at Sam Aters one day last week Misses Vanda Frymire and Ethel Philpot visited the Misses Mercer Mon day night and Tuesday Several from here attended a da nce given at Sash Avitts Thursday night Mrs Alex Hendry is spending some time with her daughter Mrs Tom Beard Kirk Miss Myrtle Deacon of Lodiburg was with Mrs H W Cashman part of last week STEPHbNSPORT Deferred from last week There were several from Holts attend ed the entertainment here Friday night Miss Pauline Moorman entertained Thursday afternoon at Mr and Mrs Andrew Crawfords Miss Pauline Moorman went to Yel vington Saturday Mrs M L Roberts and Miss Pauline Moorman returned home last Saturday from Mexico On their return they stopped at Hillsboro Texas and visited Miss Paulines parents The Misses Hallof Holts were the guests of Miss Esther Hall Friday Mr and Mrs Thomas Smith are visiting in Henderson- R A Smith anfl Miss Brook Hall of Union Star made a trip to Louisville last week on the Tell City Mrs R A Smith visited her daughter in Hardinsburg Saturday W J Schoop was in Louisville a few days last week Miss Lydia Goering of Hawcsvllle is the guest of Miss Jennie May Black Lewis Perkins of Louisville was the guest of S H Dix Friday The entertainment was quite asuccess Friday night good attendence and the best of order Thomas Wroe of Cloverport closed his school here last week Born to the wife of Frank Blain a fine girl Feb 17 Mrs John McCoy has been quite sick but is improving some at this writing There is a great deal of sickness in this community at present Johnson Stitos and family have re turned from Missouri Mrs Georgia Sargent is visiting in Fordsville For weak kidneys and lame back use DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Best for lumbago Jheumutism bladder and other troubles arising front l1ml bleed They cleanse the kidneys and clear the system Indorsed and sold by all druggists it Is related of the mother of till poet Goethe that she happened to re colve HH Invitation to a party whfi on her deathbed from some one wbo did not know that she was ill SIr thus replied to It Mine Goethe IIs su ry that she cannot accept your invita tion as she is engaged dylu6l D E1lSTRIdBears thetheKind You Have Always Boll Signature of dZ HARD1NSBURO Deferred from last week Miss Jennie Ureen of Falls of Rough is visiting Mr and Mrs Moris H BeardCharles F Edmunds went to Louisville Sunday Marion Beard returned home Friday from St Louis While there he pur chased a line of spring goods for the firm cf B F Beard do Co The Rev Isaiah Cline was In Louis nille several days of last week attend ing a church conference of the M E church 2ishop McDowell of Chicago wes present and presided- C V Robertson was in Danville last week on a business trip Roy Moorman was in Cincinnati sev eral days of last week Hardinsburgs first rural route will go into effect next Friday Paul Weth ington is the carrier Mrs John DeJernette went to Louis ville Monday to live with her daughter Mrs Dutschko Epilepsy Fits St Vitus Dance Are nerve diseases and unless checked lead to destruction of both mind and body The weak shattered nerves must have something to strengthen and build them back to health Dr Miles Restorative Nervine is a remarkable nerve tonic and stimulant It strengthens the nerves relieves the nervous strain and influences refresh ing bodybuilding sleep and rest Persistent use seldom fails to relieve these afflictions- I was taken with epileptic fits hat MYfatherphysicianbutI grew worse every day and at last had three doctors with me and Istill rot worse My father heard of Dr Miles medicines and bought a bottle of Nervine and a box of Nerve and Liver Pills I had taken only a few doses until I began to feel better I took 12 bottles and it cured me sound and Well IL Itaa been worth alt the world to me I recommend It Wherever I to You may use this as a lifelone testimonial to the merits enJoytnltheUte and health is due to this wonderful aedlclne LEVY WILLIAMS- R 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Mason author of II The Four Feathers Thus aub scribers get fifteen number for the price of twelve SntucHptton price HOO The Ceatmry Ce UBQH S Stare New York City l a r y b- I eY 0 4 I a V H 1 o = SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST NEGRO Lowry Helm Accused of Crimi nally Assaulting Thirteen YearOld White Girl Near Chenault TAKEN TO LOUISVILLE FOR SAFE KEEPING Hardinsburg Ky March 6Speci- alLowry Helm a negro aged about thirty years was arrested near Chenault last Friday and brought here Saturday under a charge of rape al leged to have been committed upon the person of Myrtle Walls a white girl about thirteen years of age The ar rest was made by Deputy Sheriffs Finley Miller and Arthur Beard The rape is said to have been com mitted February 15 last The negro made no attempt to escape and was found in bed by the officers who arrested him in the night time He denies the charge strongly Judge Moorman made an order Saturday directing him to be taken to the jail in Louisville for safe keeping for fear of a mob Sheriff Milt Miller took him there Saturday evening Murray Murray attorneys for the negro waived an examining trial and he was held to await the action of the grand jury His bond was fixed at 5000 which of course he is unable to give and he will1 remain in the jail at Louisville until May court The parents of the child are dead and she will be cared for under the orders I of the Juvenile cour- tBELL WHITE Pretty Home Wedding Celebrated Last Wednesday A beautiful wedding took place in this city Wednesday afternoon Febru ary twentyseventh the home of Mr and Mrs A R Fisher when their niece Miss Mannie Gray White and Mr Edwin Grice Bell were married at half past three oclock The bride was given away by her father Mr Chas White Miss Marion Bowmer was maidofhonor and Mr Terry a law partner of the groom was best mac The bridal party stood in the parlor during the marriage cere mony which was solemnized by the Rev B M Currie Miss Margaret Burn played the wed ding march and Miss Eva May sang The Message of the Violet while thee ceremony was being said Mr Harry Newsom ushered the the guests who included a number of friends and relatives of Mr and Mrs Boll Miss Margaret Skillnmn presided at the punch bowl The house was charmingly decorated for tjie occasion with cut flowers and putted plants and was lighted with candlesMr Mrs Bell Miss Marion Bow mar and Mr Terry loft on the afternoon train for Louisville where they were en tertained to dinner that evening before the bride and groom left for Memphis TennAmong the outoftown guehts at the wedding woro Mrs A Y Ford of Louisville Mrs Luther Reeves and Mrs Morris Beard of Hardinsburg Born to the wife of Price Wilson of the Holts bottom on Monday night a ten pound boy DO YOU GET ur WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sue to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr and bladder remedy It Is the great medi cal triumph of the nine teenth century dis covered after years of I nrnt kidney and blad der specialist and lt3 s f ney Just the remedy you need It has been tested 1 In so many ways In hospital work in private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement ha been made by which all readers of this panr who have not already tried it may have s sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and I address SwampRootthe byDr Inglameworstform recfCoBlng1hamton regular fifty cent and nom of BwanpnootI dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists I Dont make any mlstakelbnt remember the BBJBO BwampEoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Plngbamton N Y 1e en every bottlo 1 1v L tit I J JJiiitJUilllUiliJJfOjr J T r r RUN DOWNBY TRAIN Hardin Oiler Found Beside Rail road Track Near Glendeane With Skull Crushed 9 Hardinsburg Ky March 6SpecI- alHardin Oiler aged about nine teen years was found unconscious with his head considerably bruised andl crushed lying near the railroad track a short distance above Glendeane last Thursday night about nine oclock He was carried to Glendeane and Dr Dempster attended him His injuries proved fatal however and he died th following morning Coroner Lee Bishop went to Glen deane Friday and empaneled a jury who after hearing the evidence re turned the following verdict We the jurors after hearing the evidence in the Hardin Oiler deceased case find that he came to his death by being drinking and lying down on rail road track and engine striking him The following men composed th jury P B Hoskins foreman W H Whitler W W Bowman B E Gray E J Seaton Alex Eskridge The engineer and fireman in charge of the train say they failed to see any one on the track Young Oiler was unmarried and was employed on the section SAD DEATH At Tobinsport Mrs Esary Dies of LagripLocals of Last Week Mrs J C Esarey died at her home Wednesday morning at 3 oclock of la grippe She had been sick only a few days She leaves a husband and nine children to mourn her loss She was buried Thursday afternoon services being held at the Baptist church by Rev J F Winchell Deceased was well known in this community and will be greatly missed by all that knew her Supt H S Moseby and wife visited I at Willard Ryans a few days last weekII Miss Nina Weatherholt has been on I on the sick list the last few days Mr Ross Hyde formerly of this place but now of Decatur Ill died at hisII home at that place Friday morning i Mr and Mrs Sol Esarev of Indianapolis attended the funeral of his mother Mrs J C Esarey here Thursday Mr Logan Esarey was here a few days last week from Vincernnes Ind where he is teaching Revival services are stillgoing on at I the Baptist church and will continuo through the conTmg week and probably longerMr Frank Sanders made his weekly visit home Saturday and Sunday from Hardin Grove where he is teaching Several from here attended the sale at Chas Fuchs at Deer Creek Satur day Mrs Wm Kinder is sick at this writ ing Miss Mabel England was in Clover port Tuesday Mr Elmer Frakos of Branchville was here Thursday attending the funer all of Mrs J C Esarey Miss Ella Esarey was home a few days last week Mr C S Lamb of Clovorport visit ed relatives here Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary Frank visited at Clover port Saturday Quarterly meeting was held at the M E church Friday afternoon and evening CUSTER Mrs Algood of near Garfield visited her son Cliff Algood last week Floyd Triplett moved to Garfield to live with his aunt Mrs Triplett A little baby come to live with Mrs Orvy Oliver February twentyseventh- A Taylor was in Louisville last week on business The Methodist Church A special imitation is hereby extend ed to all christlan people who have no church in Cloverport to come to the services next Sunday a m at 11 oclock to hear the sermon of the pastor on The Invitation of the Methodist church and her conditions on which you may unite with us for the present All others are also invited who have no other churchengagementsB P C John Akers and Geo H Lyddan Irvington shipped four car loads of cattle Saturday Mr Akers had 51 head of fine steers averaging 1065 They brought him 475 and 5 on the Louisville market Mr Lyddans were heifers and brought him 46 Both gentlemen were well pleased with their salesH J Elmore Fordsville has moved to Shrevesport La JIo WILL RUSH IT THROUGH California Determined to Have alt AntiJap Law Sacramento Cal March 1A bill laid to be an Anti Japenese meas tire which has for Its purpose tho ascertaining and expression of the will of the people on the subject of Asiatic immigration was introduced In the senate by Senator Keane of San Francisco by unanimous consent and will be rushed through the legis lature before the end of the session The bill provides that thirty days prior to the next presidential election In November 1908 the governor shall Issue a proclamation requesting the qualified voters to give an expression tor or against Asiatic Immigration place for which is to be provided in the general ballot eGUIDING SPIRIT TO TESTIFY Puter Leaves Penitentiary to Tell About Binger Hermann Portland Ore March 1S A D Puter serving a twoyear term in the conspiracyIto defraud the government of the public domain has been subpoenaed by the government in the case of ofeOregon who Is now being tried at Washington and left in charge of a deputy United States marshal Puter was the guiding spirit in practically all the Immense land fraud conspir acies in Oregon and his revelations on the witness stand was materially IInstrumental In securing the convic tions of the late United States Senator Mitchell and Representative William loin PROTECTED THIEVES This Is the Charge Made Against St Louis Officers St Louis March IOn charges of fhaving protected thieves and receiving money and other valuable gifts in recognition of the alleged protection As sistant Chief of Detectives John Keely and Detectives Michael Cremin A H Dolley H P McQucllan D J Me Grath and John McCarthy and Special Officer Tom Mahon have been sus pended pending trial The charges were filed with the board of police commlsloners by Chief of Detectives Smith and Inspector McDonnell Mine Promoters Arrested Denver Col March IC L Blackman fiscal agent and Arthur Levan trustee of the Lost Bullion Spanish Mines company with offices In the Temple Court building In this city were arrested by Deputy United States Marshal I I Frank on charges of having used the mails to defraud by advertising and selling worthless stock The charges were made by Postofflce Inspectors Macomlc and Blddleford who have investigated Complaints made against the company In Trouble with Uncle Sam Muskogee I T March ILyman K Lane former financial clerk in the ifficc of United States Indian Commis sioner D H Kelsey was arrested here on charge of embezzlement of 17895 of government funds on July 1 1905 Action was based on Special Inspector Schooleys report after an Investigation Lane has been suspended for past two months but made ao attempt to escape He was re j leased on 2500 bond last night Return to Work St Louis Mch IThe boiler mak srs apprentices and helpers employed by the Missouri Pacifle Iron Mountains stem who have been on a strike to secure higher wages have agreed to ireturn to work between now and Mon day and submit their grievances to Vice President Clark of the system for adjustment The men will return to work at the same scale they received when they made their demands for na I Increase Slezed Lottery Tickets Now York March 1 Customs Inspectors at Hoboken N J seized 500000 lottery tickets when according to the officers the tickets were being taken ashore by two stewards of the Hamburg American liner Kalserln Au gusto Victoria The tickets which were said to have been issued by a Hamburg lottery were placed In the appraisers stores and the case re ferred to the surveyor of the port Folk Signs IImportant Bills Jefferson City Mo March 1Goy Folk has signed the bills passed by the legislature providing for a two cent per mile railroad passenger rate and limiting the salaries of Insurance companies both those Incorporated under the state laws and foreign companies doing business in Missouri They will become laws ninety days after tho adjournment of the legisla ture WarningeBaltimore to hear warnings while at work on the tracks of the B O railroad at Camden Station William Snyder Frank Zinka and Carlo Sallldoni were struck by a passenger engine Snyder and Zinka were Instantly killed and Sallldoni who was horribly mutilated died in half an hour No Apprehension Butte Mont March 1 Although 1000 miners and top men are idle owing to the action of tho miners union in demanding an increased scale of wages May 1 no apprehension felt that any of the mines will IsIclosed down I r b CAUGHT BY THE GRIP RELEASED BY PERUNAII La Grippe Is Epidemic Catarrh disease now known as grip THE to bo called Influenza Itvery closely resembles a cold but Is more tenacious In its hold upon the system and produces more profound die turbancesGrip In reality epidemic catarrh When it onco begins it spreads over the country very rapidly People do not catch the grip from each other but each one catches it from the atmosphereMost e Medicine Ever Tried for La Grippe Robt L Madison A M Principal ofI Culiowlioo High School Painter N is chairman of the Jackson County Board of Education Ho is a writer of occasional verse and has contributed to a number of leading papers and magazines religions edu cational and secular In speaking of Pornna Mr Madison says I am hardly ever without Peruna in my home It Is the most effective medi cine that 1 have ever tried forma grippe- It also cured my wile of nasal catarrh Her condition at one time was such thatshe could not at night breathe through her nostrils In consequence an Inflamed condl tion of the throat was brought about getting worse and worse and yielding to no remedy until Peruna was tried Healthy Mucous Membranes Those who are fortunate enough to have perfectly healthy mucous mom branes ordinarily do not catch tho grip The mucous membranes lining the nose throat and lungs when in a normal state are an effectual barrier against the invasion of grip But if there happens to be the slightest catarrhal derangement of the mucous membranes then the victim be comes an easier prey to the grip This in part explains why some peo ple get the grip while others do not The rational thing to do is to keep the system free from catarrh In attempt ing to do this most people have found Pcrnna to be Invaluable Systemic Catarrh the Result of La Grippe Peruna Receives Credit for Present Good Health Mrs Jennie W Gilmore Box 44 White Oak Ind Tor formerly House keeper for Indiana Reform School for Boys writes Six years ago I had la grippe which was followed by systemic catarrh The only thing I used was Peruna and Manalin and I have been in better health the last three years than for years before I give Peruna all the credit for pay good health PICKED UP 5 ON THE ROAD I Mr Joel Jordan who died laSt week at the age of 92 was one of our oldest subscribers His name has been on our list for more than a quarter of a century A fine old man and we are sorry to hear of his death I Mr and Mrs WL Robertson and daughter Wilda Mrs J R Burton and daughter Georgia W H Beauchamp and John Avitt attended the funeral of Joel Jordan Saturday John McGavock and family Webster have moved to Oklahoma City The following persons are sick at Lodiburg Mrs Grayson Payne Mrs Thos Robertson John Brown and two children Charlie Payne Andy Keys Mrs Mat Payne and daughter and Mrs Jake Payne Measles and pneu monia prevail I Luley Adkisson is no better Mrs Ada Hardin who was reported sick last week died Saturday and was buried Sunday She was a splendid woman and her death is deeply mourned in the neighborhood S S + Frank Butler living near Custer died Friday March 1 5 W B Moqrman Glendeane received an order last week from Morton Vat kins New York City for 13 hams and 13 bushels of corn meal Morton hasnt forgot his old Kentucky fried ham and red gravy and corn pone bread The genuine article he says is not to be had in New York Charlie Drury added to his herd of Duroc Jerseyslast week a fine thorough bred sow for which he paid 130 W R Moorman Son bought a Poland china boar for 60 W R Bowman Hardinsburg went to Irvington Saturday to see his new grand daughter little Miss Brown who arrived last week Ben Bates the barber at Irvington has added a 1100 bull dag to his Kennel He says he is one of the best in the country Lal The Medical ProfessionRecognizes RecognizesThe Epidemic Catarrh t During an epidemic of grip Poruna should be used The doses recom mended on the bottle are sufficient After tho grip has once been acquired Dr Hartman recommends the use of Peruna In teaspoonful doses every hour during the acuto stage after which the directions on the bottle should be fol lowedExperience has shown that the people who use Peruna as a remedy for grip generally recover sooner and are less liable to the distressing and longcon tinued aftereffects of the grip When Peruna has not been used dnr ing the coursoof the grip and tho patient finds himself suffering from the after effects of this disease a course of Peruna should be resorted to Suffered Twelve Years From After- Effects of La Grippe Mr Victor Fatneaudo 823 Madison St Topeka Kan member of Knights and Ladles of Security writes Twelve years ago 1 had a severe at tack of la grippe and 1 never really recovered my health and strengthbut I grow weaker every year until 1 was unable to work QUADRUPLE TRAGEDY In Cold Bloed Illinois Man Shoots Down Four of His Neighbors Bloomington Ill March 1 Thomas Baldwin of Colfax near here late yes terday afternoon shot and killed Mr and Mrs Charles Kennedy Mrs F D Eiseman and Miss Cora Eiseman Baldwin was indicted this week for alleged assault upon Miss Eiseman and was out on bond He is under arrestBaldwin drove from his home in Colfax to the Kennedy farm near Ar rowsmith where he asked for Cora Eiseman Falling to find the girl he blew out the brains of Kennedy and his wife without giving them any warning He then proceeded to the Eiseman home Mrs Elseman and her daughter Oed across the fields at his approach and Baldwin pursuing Two years ago I began using Peru and it built up my strength so thatim a couple of months I was able to go to work again This winter I had another attack of la grippe but Peruna soon drove It Mt of my system My wife and I consider Pernna a household remedy Pneumonia Followed La Grippe Mr T Barnecott West Aylmer Oa tario Can writes Last winter I war ill with paea monla after having la grippe 1 took Peruna for two months when I became quite well and I can say that any one can be cured by it in a reasonable time at little expense PerunaA Tenlc After La Grippe Mrs Chas E Wells Sr Delaware Ohio writes After a severe attack of la grippe I took Peruna and found it a very good tonic iMrs Jane Gift Athens Ohio writes tF Six years ago I had la grippe very bad ltt- I read a testimonial of a woman who had been cured of grip by Peruna My husband bought mo a bottle of Pernna 1 was soon able to do my work I con tinned using it until I was cured V younger daughter who witnessed inn murder of her mother and sister was3fnot harmed Baldwins offense against Cora Else man Is alleged to have taken placex on Oct 4 last when he invited the girl to spend Sunday with his daugh ter Cora accepted the invitation and I on her return home a few days later told Mrs Kennedy of the attack made on her A few days later Baldwin was confronted In an attorneys office by the girl and her father and denied the charge Dec 6 Coras father gave a receipt for 525 to Baldwin releasing the latter from damages for the air leged assault Later Baldwin was In dicted the girls relatives testifying I against him WHEN YOU WRITE MENTION THE NEWS Mules For Sale 4yearoldhorseterms to suit purchaser Write us If you need I work stock W R MOORMAN SON Glendeane Ky 4li45 S 5 sSs 4I4E TELEPHONE GROWTH I The Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company Inc has f 7i issued statement of its business for the month of January and j u the increase in the number of subscribers is shown as follows ft t fNumberj I Number discontinued 4085NtNet increase 937 Total number subscribers February 1 1907 166127 l 6G6CF iC1d 6C 1dG G9 dCtC eiE f Lawrence A Murray ClowpUrt Kentucky iriedir off Single Comb White Leghorns t Single Comb Brown Leghorns Setting 15 Eggs 1 150 Fertility fiuirinliii YY- lr r