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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS If t ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1907 8 Pares NO 35 t F FOUND NEAR RAILROAD TRACK r Man From Oklahoma Picked Up Unconscious Near Cloverport I Monday Morning A party of fishermen Monday morning l about nine oclock discovered a 1 1mn lying unconscious near the railroad track in the vicinity of Little Tar Springs A severe gash was cut on the right side of the face and his headand body were otherwise badly bruised He was brought to Cloverport in a skiff and a physician summoned Cons x iou ness was partially restored but oughout the day he remained semi conscious and it was difficult to learn any facts of the case i The man gave his name as N G i Bailey and his home as Thomas Oil- FieldsI Okla He stated that he was on his way to Carrollton Ky to visit his daughter Mrs Catherine Swango 1 Further than that he was in St Louis Sunday he does not remember and is not able to tell how he was injured In his hat was a punched ticket His pockets contained fi18 in money an accident policy three duplicates of 1 deposit and one certificate of deposit in the Bank of Commerce Tplsa Okla The injured man appears to be about i seventy years of age Yesterday he was considerably improved Relatives were communicated withI and a son living in Louisville arrived here yesterday for his fatherICATHOLIC SERVICES- The i Way of The Cross Friday at 3 P M Also BenedictionISaturday morning Sunday school forI the children at 830 Sunday morning at rO15 Sunday at 230 P M Father Brey will deliver his first lecture on theI Creed L11 St L RatesIway Colonist Rates to Caljfornia Zone Northwest and Old Mexico 1 to April 30 Sept 1 to Oct 31 1907IHenderson Route Greater Louisville Exposition On this account a rate of 225 for the round trip from Cloverport to Louis ville and return will be made on March j 1821 232428 and 30 Good to re 1turn April 1- Cloverport Engineer Buys Farm J A Ross of Cloverport bought on yesterday from Mrs Milley Shearn and sons at Skillman two farms of 212 acres III price f5000 Mr Ross is one of the I oldest engineers on the Henderson t Route and bought the farm as an investment I Bartles Sterett will con duct the farms Mrs Shearn and sorts will move to Kansas Hancock Clarion SPECIAL SERVICES At the Presbyterian Church Every Day This Week The Rev Elliott of Jefferson county is assisting the pastor Rev Edwin Graves in a series of meetings at the Lucile Memorial Church this week The afternoon service is held at 230 and the evening meeting is at 730 Rev Elliott delivered a splendid ser mon Sunday Every one is cordially invited to attend the services EPWORTH LEAGUE ENTERTAINS The social committee of the Epworth league entertained the members of the Methodist church in the wayof a music al last Wednesday night in the parlors of the church The committee gives an entertainment of some kind every month and the success of them is largely due to Miss Lula Severs and Miss Margaret Burn After the pro gram was rendered orangeade and delicious homemade cake were served to those present Those who took part in the program were Miss Margaret Burn Miss Francis Smith Misses Eva and Eliza May Miss Lula Severs Miss Mildred Babbage Mrs L T Reid Prof J P King Dr A A Simmons Lawrence Murray Lilborn Smith Ira Behen and Rev Currie In 1897 I had a stomach disease Some physicians said Dyspepsia some Consumption One said I would not live until Spring For four years I existed on boiled milk soda biscuits and doctors prescriptions I could not di gest anything I ate then 1 picked up one of your Almanacs and it happened to be my lifesaver I bought a fifty cent bottle of Kodol and the benefit I received from that bottlo all the gold in Georgia could not buy In two months I 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 good that is dally done every where br Kodol for Dyspepsia It is sold here by all druggists Keep a level head and buy your spring millinery where you can get the value of your money The best goods for the lowest prices are given at Mrs James Cordreys Millinery establish ment If you want to make your wife happy get her a sack of Lewisport Flour sold in Cloverport by Preston Williams and OConnell Ed Morrison is giving his services as organist during the meetings of the Presbyterian church this week11r Morrison is very accomdating and al ways willing to help the churches in the musical line THE TACKlES WERE OUT GALORE The M W of A Lodge Scored Grand Success In The Party Thursday Night The Tacky Party given under the auspices of the local lodge of Modern Wcodmen of America on last Thursday night was attended by one of the larges gatherings ever at a social function in Cloverport It is estimated that 300 persons were present That the party was a grand success from every stand point the promoters and those in attend ance will testify An oyster supper was given in con nection with the party and oysters ice cream cakes and candies were served and the finances derived from the party gave evidence that the tables were liberally patronized by the merry makersThe evenings gayeties were enlivened by excellent music furnished by Messrs Chas Furrow Lilborn Smith Fred Fur row and Tom Morrison The costumes of the greater number of guests were in keeping with the even I ings program and many of them were superbly illustrative of the Tack A prize of a cake was given to each of the two tackiest persons present and the successful candidates were Miss Margaret Penner and Thomas Morrison A pretty souvenir was given to every one present I8471907 Sixty years ago Allcocks Plasters publicTheyplastersThis invention has been one of the greatest blessings imaginable and affords the quickest cheapest and best means of healing and relief for certai ailments that has ever been discovered Allcocks are the original and genuine porous plasters and arc sold by Druggists in every part of the civilized world Watch next weeks paper for the an nouncement of Shapinsky Bros Spring opening STATE OF OHIO CITY OP TOLEDO i 55LUCASFrank J Cheney makes oath that ho Is se CoIand Slate aforesaid and that said firm wilt pay tho sum of ONE HUMURED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that can not bo cured by the use of Italia Catarrh cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this 6th day ot December A D 1880 A W GLEASON ScalII Notary Public Hulls Catarrh Cure Is taknn lnternallynnd acts directly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the system Send for testimonials free V 3CIIENETCOToledo O Sold by all Druggists i5c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation DEATH OF CHAS ELDER After long Illness Well Known Young Farmer Passes Away Mr Charles Elder died at the home of his brother Mr John Elder about three miles east of town Sunday morning about 10 oclock He had long been a sufferer from a complication of diseases and death was a relief from his affiic tions Mr Elder was a well known young farmer and had many friends He was a member of the Catholic church The funeral was held from the Cath olic church at Hardinsburg Monday at noon Interment was in the church cemeteryTo young wife who survives him the sympathy of the community is ex tended To Remind You That Upholstering Is best attended to by tin expert in the business It is the most satisfactory and the cheapest in the end If you have not already given me your order you should do so at bnce as such oppor tunities do not come to you every day I have a fine line of new samples for coverings and can live you anything the market affords at lowest rates Remember my time will soon be up n other towns are waiting for me would have to refuse your order at the eleventh hour All orders received this week will receive prompt attention Thanking you for favors past and present I am yours for business C9 Schwarz The services of the Methodist churchI have been called off by the Rev Cur rie for this week on account of the series of meetings at the Presbyteria- church l Polk Frank will have their spring opening Tuesday Besides a full line of millinery they will have a complete assortment of gloves corsets skirts an dress trimmings Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood runnier Free If your blood is impure thindiseased hut or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings an bumps scabby pimply skinbone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balml B B B Soon all sores heal achesi and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by expressi 1 per large bottle 3 bottles for e25 I or 6 bottles for 1500 Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga- B B B especially advised for chron ic deepseated cases as it cures after all else fails 1 ft ABSQUUTEIY PURE 6- iI DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER It does not contain an atom of phos phate acid which is the product ofhones digested in sulphuric acid or of alum which is onethird sulphuric acid um healthfulsubstances adopted forother ma king powders because oftheir cheapness PICKED UP 5 ROADI Mr Engelhard of the American To bacco Company Owensboro was over at Glendeane last Saturday He is a man just like the balance of ustalks and eRts and is specially fond of ham and eggs such as they serve at the Mattingly House Glendeane Mr ofnthe biggest trusts in the country which comes in closer contact with the farmer than most of the big Octopi has a kindly feeling for the farmers and saysdthey a perfect right to look after their own interests and get all they can for their tobacco He wants to see them stick together and keep the price of tobacco as hgh as possible Our company he said would much rather pay a profitable price to the far mer than a losing price All we care competid tors He said the farmers ought to see to it that the crop is kept down they should combine the acreage and if keepiup The demand for our brands of tobacco is increasing every year he said and pointed out that his company 0had more than doubled the sale of Star plug since they took over that plant The sale of this brand he said were about 3000000 pounds when we took hold of now they run over 7niooOi a year It is the combination of capital and our improved facilities for handling that have enabled us to increase sales and consumption Mr Engelhard is an excellent gentleman and is anxious to become acquainted with every farmer in Breckenridgo county The Hon D O Moorman is now singingBreathes there a man With soul so dead Who never to himself hath saidrI love my own my thoroughbred Strange it is that are not many men falling over each other to get into the race for the Legislature in this county One never hears the subject mentioned by any of the old party leaders The truth is the Democrats are afraid so arc the Republicans What a splendid chance now with both the old parties waiting for something to turn Jup for some good substantial reliable patroit to offer for the place Good chance there is for a clean man He can win with hands down Come and examine Shapinsky Bros 350 shoes for 250 Preston sells Lewisport flour the best tn the market Shapinsky Bros 45c work shirts head any work shirt on the market Call for the Lewisport flour on sale at Councils Call at Prestons for the best flour lyingjustriver I will Rive some one a bargain For attephensport1 waltonandport Ky reat Auction Sale- i I I 11 Another great Auction Sale of our entire stock of Clothing Dry Goods No 4 tions and Shoes will be held on March 212223 In three days every b thing must go A good opportunity to save your good moneyi ItiMARCH 3 BIG DAYSI i 1 Dave Henry AuctioneerA Glatsscock Cof Ponder it 2123 1GLENDEANEGLENDEANEKENTUCKY A y =t r tii Wk w I = Kotott Partners offIt tr the Tide iic i Dy JOSEPH C LINCOLN i Author f Cp11 Eri i Copyright 1900 by A S Barnes 8 Co ty t 1 + f + ttt 1t 1 + I 1 1I CHAPTER XI was the morning of the sec ond day following the secur- Ing WIT of the wrecking contract The Lizzie with Bradley tho captain and Alvin Bearse aboard hadl left the Orham wharf an hour or moro before They had stopped at the Point to pick up Peleg Myrick and BIll Tay lor the new hands whose services the captain had secured without much troubleBarney ran the little wrecking schooner under the tilted stern of the Ruth Ginn and Bradley sprang fromI the shrpudH to the rail of the strande- dcraft I L Then one by one all but Bar fey who stayed behind to look after the IJzzle they clambered aboard the wreck Most of the hard pine boards that formed the deck load were iI place having been lashed well and be Ing out of the reach of the henvles- seas u which had spent their force o l the stern and after portion of the yes Ml The patent windlass was In gooelIl condition and so also to their delight was till donkey engine Pelag work- Ing manfully at tho pump reported that she bad wine water In her butII that It didnt seem to be galnln DOne j Bradley got steam up In the donkey j engine and the big anchor of the Rut h Glen attached to a heavy cable was lowered carefully until Its shank restII tel across the stfltrn of the dory To this 1 main cable near its middle were spilt j ed two other just as heavy to each of time another anchor wits made fast The dories were rowed out almost at aright angle from the wreck Into the j deep water Then the anchors were thrown overboard and a three fingoredII Iron band with Its spread In the sand hold the lumber schooner I fast Now Brad commanded the cap Win haul that flue taut Bradley started his engine the windlass turned and the cable that hadrhung loose from the bow of the wreck j lifted from the water and tightened till It groaned 1b- All shell stand Is it asked the skipper Good Make her fast j They say tldell wait for no man so I guess well have to do the next best thing and wait for the tide Now f boys as tho men climbed aboard from the dories git to work nail strip herrI Bradley and the captain knew that they could not hope to get out all the lumber In the hold of tho Ruth Ginn tf she was allowed to He In her present t oxpoied position One more pile and she would lie nlmost certain to breakup Their tOile was to lighten her by getting rid of her deck load and to work her oftthe shoal Into deep water and then tow her up to Orham hnrbort j where alto could be unloaded at theiror leisureShe lay almost broadside to the shoal but not quite Her bow was well up on the isuiiil but her stern overhung the edge of the Jbneyurd which on ttbat side was us Captain Titcomb said IIteellcable tight us the Ntiviiu windlass could draw It led off front her law to tbe spot whore the authors were plant p ed under fathoms of water IIberet j against tbe schooner would bring her to bear on the cable with a trvuiemloim pull The wares growing larger a- sithe water deepened should If their fiJlauIn the stand and every Inch she gave 0tbe11lOOIotlldI The shack thus mule In the cable would b taken up by the windlass She night gain hut a foot a day for I awhile but some tiny or other If the WORt her hold fair she would have d worked herself through the sand and clear of the shoal They stripped her cutting away her tangled ropes and stills nnd taking thorn aboard the Lizzie EC1 thlngI movable except of course the lumber they transferred thus or threw overboard It was a hard job and took them nil tiny Bradley was a tired man when he reached home that night but he hud to answer countless questions put to him by the interested old maids He saw Gufor n moment or two and reported progress Then he wont to bed Next morning was clear and calm nnd they wore delighted to find that the wrecked schooner had gained a little and that the cable wns slacker f than they left It They tightened It r again with tho windlass and then wet to work throwing overboard the hun ber on tho deck They rigged a tackle +d on the stump of the foremast and with tho donkey engine swung great bun dies of the planks overboard while + gAlvInfloating timber with the water swasbmIng around the knees of their fisher mens boots mado It into rafts to bo t nThattofishinglumber rafts She was a stout little icraft with a naphtha engine and aImthought not nearly so efficient as a tag did the work after a fashion and was far and away cheaper By hiring yherthoy1to e1ayljI hoyr labbre a t tdJl1pI ezcoot on Sunday when th vmarahBI t n1 f Ii 1Itie l I JoIoit + w liLI U- sniiett town to take up the sloes on the sable The lumber on the deck h been ratted to Orham nnd they had begun to get out thnt In the hold T1 throughtand more gnln The pnrtners were IIn spiritsi Lizzie with the workers aboard reached Ruth Ginn the next morning Ira Sparrow in the You and I wns there already nnd the chug chug of his naphtha engine wns heard ns he came rushing to meet them Brad Cnpn Ez he hailed ns soon as they were In shouting distance Shes shifted like time in the night I swan I blleve we can glt her off this tide This wns such unexpected good news for they had figured on another woolI nt least that the partners could scare ly believe It Are you sure shouted Bindle r leaning over the Lizzies bow Pretty nigh sure Look for your selfThey shot up to the wreck to flu d the cable that had been left tight anJ rigid hanging loose An Inexperienced eye could see that the lumber schooner hnd changed her position Her bow was now almost In n line with t 1edge of the shoal and even In the slack wnter of the last of the ebb she w rocking appreciably In the cradle her hull hind trade In the snnd beneath It Great scissors to grind I shouts- t Captain TItcomb Shell do It ns sue nbonru1 They clambered up the side nnd fo to work like sharks around n den whale Bradley got up steam In th donkey engine As soon ns tthey started the windlass nnd the cable tout She feels it boy she feels Itl cried the captain Give It to hor every pound shell stand Now then lie added while were waitln for tho tide to turn we might s well roust lout a little more of the cargo No use to lay hack nnd I let Providence do 1 all The Lord helps them that helps themselves as the darky said when he found the hen house door unlocked Hatches off men Dive Into It there They rigged the blocks and tackle and began swinging bundles of ma hogany strips from tho hold over the waterIGlnn rocked in her sand cradle Every little while they hove taut on tin cable In order to take up every Inch of slack It WitS exhilarating exciting work this fight with old ocean nnd Bradley nnd tho captain gloried In the sheer Joy of It They were winning nnd win wing not only n goodly sum of money ut the first big prize thnt would dem onstrate their ability to entry through Inrger and were Important contracts The forenoon passed Cnpn Ez suddenly bellowed Irn from the You nnd I Shes motto I Come up on your table The captain jumped to the windlass Bradley to his engine The cablel tightened trod slowly Inch by InchI wound haCk over the wlmllnss barrel Prom benenth the Ruth Gina cams nl sliding gratingt sound the most wel come sound In the world to the wreck ers Renrsp picking up n heavy coil of rope from the deck towed It to ire J Tlmls the stuff Alvin roared the Cftltnlnj approvingly Make It fast 1 In bows Xow Ira put your power ft to that water couching The You and lIueII I j i I the new tow line The grating under jI the keel of the honker schooner IIIsite quivered from stern to stem the cable crypt Inboard faster MIld faster j Then there came a shake a roll that j mined PoleK Myrlck to lose his toot and tumble Into the scuppers and with a triumphant wallow the Ruth Glnn slid off the shoot Sail front hor dell and from that of the You mill I went up n yeti that stored the gulls hll1J away over on the Rnzorbnck They drew her Into the channell well of danger nnd anchored her firm bow and stern There sold the captain trlum cnllI Gus do you really caret ashore and telephone from tho life station for one this minute No work today boys Bradley went that night to see Qua Gus he said seizing her hand and It havent you got anything say to me She did not look at him What shall say she asked What do you want to say Why I thought youd be glad that Ivo got the schooner off I thought say I am glad very glad And very Bn Fkno you would succecd iwe better eo 1f oJ ii wy l t liltJ j r adtrut no would not iec ncr go I hoped youd sny more than that Iehe said disappointedly I wns drea fully blue the other night when Sam tens here I thought thnt niter all1 perhaps I wns making i fool of myself In giving up the city iiiul trying to tvl out down here It looked so smnII bl e side the great jobs Sum talked about But when you spoke tome on the step nnd told me you believed In me It nil changed and I swore to myself that I would win because you wanted me to Gus do you really cnre Are you rcnlly glut 1 Then she turned to him and ho antr thnt her eyes wore wet What do you want me to say sho whispered That I nm more glad than Ive ever been In my life before nut1 so proud of you so proud because yonI were brave enough to make your fight nnd win It In tho face of the wholo rime lage And so nshnmed of myself be cause I didnt encourage you as I ought whon you first told mo I can dBut that Brad and truly mean It GUSOh its no use That Isnt enough I havent got any money and Ive only begun In my work and I yoh0ur me you care enough me to wait and hope with me and mars ry mo some day when 1 really win Do you andd for the answer shodI at the window and through 1It bluoIII atdsnw hero eyelids nnd roll down her checks dreadtlcame over you cant you rata for me he bogged And then sire turned and loaning her head upon his shoulder cried heart ily and without restraint Why did you ask mo Why did your she sob bodBocaiiio youtOh Brad I dont movr I think I do but Im not certain Im very vary proud of you and I bollcvo in you but oh door Im afraid of myself Im afraid of my temper afraid I may change afraid I dont really love you ns much ns I ought to Thoro Isnt nny one else Is there She smiled tearfully No Brnd there Isnt nny one else Then wont you try to say yes1 Perhaps youll learn to cnro for me Wont you say yes anti try dear Do you wnnt me to say it now that you understand Just how I feel Yes Do you wnnt to take me Just ns I amliking you better than anybody else In the world but not perhaps not really loving you ns It seems to me n girl ought to love the man who Is go big to mnrry her Yes Im n queer girl Brnd Grandma says Im like her best china toncups I trust be handled carefully or therell be n smnsh I guess thats so I dont trust myself I change my mind five times n day Do you wnnt me to say yes In spite of all this I do- Then I will say It and I will try to be whnt you would like to have me He bent his heel nnd kissed hor CHAPTER XII It AD LEY would Ihave pro claimedI his happiness through j n speaking trumpet but Gus HI begged thnt the ongngomont be kept secret for awhile Please lot feel n little surer of myself first she pleaded nnd Bradley agreed as hoIwould hnvo agreed to climb Bunker Hill monument on the outside If she had asked him to i The tug arrlvMl the next forenoon nml the hull of tho Ruth Glen was towed up Into Orhnm harbor There she was anchored where the getting out of the rest of her cargo would be a comparatively easy task They worked with might and main 1 nnd nt the cud of n month the Job j was done The last Joist was Inld upon the wharf Obed NIckerson expressed himself ns surprised nnd highly pleased i Their share of the cargos value amounted to 2100 and nil expenses deducted the profit to tho partners wns over 2000 Not so menu for two greenhorns In n flontln soup ladle crowed tho cnp j tail Brad hows tho Jeremiahs these dnys Aint anybody said I told you so ylt have they The underwriters agent was their friend now nnd Inside of another fort night he hnd put a Job In their way thnt brought them In 400 more She was a coasting schooner thnt hadIgrounded off tho Point nnd her skipper hind contemplated telegraphing to the salvage company but thanks to Obeds recommendation the chance wns given for a much lower price of courseto the Lizzies owners The vessel laid easy with only her bows on tho sand C and the anchors and cables got her clear In three days Then they went anchor dragging again and met with considerable suc doss All this was profitable as well ns good advertising and the Lizzies owners were doing well But they were ambitious and yearned for tho day when they might undertake bigger things Captain TItcomb was for or during n now nnd larger wrecking schooner Immediately But Bradley more conservative counseled waiting n little longer No use saddling ourselves with a big debt to start with he suldDead hprso Is the meanest animal to pay for thnt I know of But although tho captain agreed to wait a little longer before ordering theW now vessel ho announced that he was IrQrkips I caijJar Sr W eiutli r io One evening n little Inter Bradley and the old maids were In the sitting betterdand had for the first time donned n wrapper ntid come downstairs to sit In tho big rocker Miss Tcnipy Wits rend IIIlIg aloud to her nnd Clnrn wets in the kitchen washing the supper dishes The carl lent his proud head sread Miss Temp mid gazed lute the clear blue orb that met his own Clnlre he murmured In a deep rich tone thnt vibrated through the heavy dir of the gloomy cavern Claire my bountiful my own poor nud humble your station on earth mny have been hut henceforth If we escape from the lurid flames of yonder volcano and the I trust bindles of the merciless buccn 1veers you shall no lo igcr be the pens tnt timid hot my bride my wife mis tress of Castle Crngry knoll tho peer loss Whnts that she exclaimed break lug off suddenly Whats what asked her sister drowsily Seems to me I heard somebody In the kitchen Clara Is there Isnt she queried Bradley Yes hutII thoughtycs theres somebody else I do blleve Its n man You dont spose shes got a beau Im goln to see And before the others could remon strate she put tile Comforter on the table and started for the kitchen They heard her cross the dining room nnd open the door Then cnme nil ox clnmntlon Why why she cried and then Well I do decluco1 Continued next wee- kGLENDEANE w The farmers are busy breaking corn ground and sowing oats Some few are burning plant beds Hon D C Moorman sold Mr Sam Stitaa a fine mare the other day for 210 and Mr M A Moore void Mr Stite a fine mare for f175 W R Moorman Son received a fine male hog from Illi nois the other day J Mr M F Keysingara little boy hap ponod to a bad accident His little brother found some cartridges and gave him one He put it in the stove and was picking at the end of it when it exploded tearing off one thumb and two fingers Dr R T Dempster dressed the wound The R F D man from Glendeane on account of bad roads has had n tough time this winter with his mail 1 He says there are three or four danger ous mud holes on his route Three mules were pulled out of one mud hole Saturday J Moorman A Howard have got a nice a lot of tobacco bought up Tom Probers of Louisville has re turned home after a visit to his brother BobMiss Nora Crutchels of McDaniels is visiting friends at Glendeane Miss Boyle Allen of Harned has beon visiting friends at Glondeane Col E L Robertson went to Louis ville last week Frank Doane sold a fine span of young horsos the other day E L Robertson sold Xorvan Chan cellor a pair of fine mules for 450 = The post office inspector was here to see us last week Prayer meeting at the Baptist church every Wednesday at 3 P M Every body invited Prayer mooting every Thursday night at 7 oclock at the M E church Payton Moosoly of Piincoton Ind i was called to see his father when he got hurt but got in too late He was buried when the son got home- J D Owen is on the sick list Mrs F M Powell who has been ill is improvingMr ofLFordsville has been receiving tobacco at Glendeane this week E H Dean has been very sick but is Improving now Col E L Robertson has bought a house and lot from W C Moorman Ed Glasscock went to Louisville last week to lay in his spring goods Mrs W C Moormanwent to Louis last week Guy Watson of Louisville was the guest of Miss Nora Haskins last week i The NewsNo Pure Drug Cough Cure Laws would be needed if all Cough ures were like Dr Shoops Cough Cure isaud inns been for 20 years The National Law now requires that if any poisons enter into a cougg mixture it must be printed on the label or package For this reason mothers and others should insist pn having Dr Snoops Cough Cure No poison marks on Dr Shoops labelsand 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 chit dren Insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure Compare carefully the Dr Sljoop package with others and see jjo poison marjts there Tfou can al ays jbe on the safe side by demanding Dr Shoops Cough Cure Simply rev faae to accept ariyoth fr Sold by Severs Drug Co st t 3 tY A STOP WOMAN AND CONSIDER thataImosteveryoperationin women becomes necessary because of neglect of such symptoms as Backache Irregularities Displace DraggingSensatlons nessSecond that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs has cured moro cases of female ills than any other ono medicine known It ref ulatos strengthens and restores women health and lsinvalunbte in preparing women for childbirth and during the period of Change of Life Third the great volume of unsolicited and grateful testimonials on file at the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn Mass many of which are from time to time being published by special permission give absolute evi dence of the valuo of Lydia E PinkhamsVegetablo Compound and Mrs Pinkhams advice Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound For more than 30 years has been curing Female Complaints such as Dragging Sensations Weak Back Falling and Displacements Inv flammation and Ulceration and Organic Diseases and it dissolves and expels Tumors at an early stage Mrs Pinkhams Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to write Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass for advice She is the Mrs Pinkham who has been advising sick women free of charge for more than twenty Pinkhamwomen back to health Write today dontwait until too late A Story of Susan B Anthony February 15 was the 87th anniversary of the birth of Susan B Anthony Womens clubs the country over are observing the occasion with appropriate exercises Many interesting stories of the famous woman suffragist have been told of which the following is ode Miss Anthony once said to a friend Elizabeth I wish you to make me a promise You know that in every town we visit every woman who has made an unfortunate marriage ovary mother who has had her hoart almost broken by a dissipated son every womI an who has suffered some great agony on account of the unjust lawswhich doj not give a mother an equal rightII with the father to her own children or a woman a right to her wagon these i women hungry for sympathy and advice t crowd about with their heartbreaking stories until I fear that I shall forget the thousands of noble men who love justice and purity Now I put it on your conscience whenever I seem to be growing bitter or unjust to men come to me and tell me Do not let me in my intense desire to make the world safer better place fur women and childrendo an injustice to mon If you see me growing onesided promise toItell me If The promise must have been kept for I Susan B Anthonys sweetness and fair mindness wore apparent to all who knew her To fight bitter wrongs bitter injustice bitter abuse and yet keep ones self serenely sweet and just to all this is the task set for every suffragist and the written and spokenword of thisf class of people show that they have been equal to the task Lida Calvert Obenchain I Fiction and Farming Almost since we can remember the book trade and the farming Industry have been in a depressed condition EverybodyIs agreed that it does not pay to grow corn or to make books Both Indeed are dead losses to the people who cultivate them Yet the farmers mill the literary men still go on Thoro are about as many farms as there were and there ore more lit erary mon than over Perhaps times are not quite so bad after all as people suppoje London Saturday Re view TilE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder andRheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two mouths treatment by mail for 1 Dr It W Hall 2920 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky testimonials No Use Looking for Trouble Richmond Va Feb 22In a letter just mado public the governor of Vir ginia declines an invitation to appoint delegates to a proposed southern con ference on the negro question saying IlVirginia1 I been no clashes and therefore no good could ensue from a conference like the one projected so far at least as Virginia is concorned A Lively Tussle with that old enemy of the race Con stipation often ends in Appendicitis To avoid all serious trouble with Stomach Liver and Bowels take Dr Kings New Life Pills They perfectly regu late these organs without pain or dis comfort 250 at Severs Drug Co W WW f I AT THE NEWS OFFICE Websters International Diction ary with a supplement of additional words and meanings 1009 Eastman Kodak No 3 Series Price 1900 Sanfords Premium Writing Fluid for fountain pens per pint 50 Writing and Copying Combined Fluid per pint 50 Sandfords Library PasteI Ledgers NoteBooks Blank Deeds and Mortgages Memorandum Books f L ii School Supplies Business and Social t Statfonery r Monogram Stationery Printed Letter Heads and Envelopes Printed and Engraved Business Cards Daily Papers Magazines and Novels t Souvenir Post Cards e For Sale at the NEWS OFFICE 1 fo I i iSBANDYCO1 Successors to C F Jean Co IRVINGTON KY CASHFor t Produce I ButterEggs r Poultry aSpecialty Track prices on branch and main line of L II St L Ry R S BANDL CO J B Biggs Manager StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for- suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modernmethods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex- portf taBoos employed I J HHUNSCHB Casper May Co Cannelton Ind Sent or Approval Sctlil1WMoney WEWILL rnUSTYOU 10 n TS2AO HAIR SWITCH Send a lock ofyour hair and we wlllnuila 22fn short stem fine human hair switch to match IIf tsatisfactory moreInc remit 200 In Ky3S64thAvc4oom402 1tYmrr Money O where It wl grow under i j r growtasterI suf wny AVrlte for our free 1 EE nitu 01 i safely unfl conveniently k K from ny pun of the Statr einy5 wr cent Interest 1 jij FASTimOIJS WOMEN consider Parftne Toilet Antiseptic a necessity in Sir Hiygienic care of the person anti lor local treatment cf feminine ills Asia wash its deansi germicidal duoilorizing and bealiis qualities are extraordinary For srife at Druggists Sample free Address The R Partna Bo Boston Mass H DeHL MOORMAN AtUcncy at Law- HAROfNSBURO KY Will practtco JAI profession In all of ttiCourts of BrocYenrid o and adjoining oo ties Special attention given to oollectlrr road cases and criralntll uruutlce License to practIce In Um d States District Courts Office fTet Rank of Uardl- nshurgBrightestI lSl1appiest Best The U Louisvillek Timesfills the bill Published every weekday afternoon You keep posted on EVERYTHING when you read THE TIMES Regular yearYouBRECKENRIGENEWS Both One Year For fl C AA Combination I onlyepdUU Price Send your order to this paper BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings J New Discovery PriceFOR100 iVOLDS Free Trial ff urMt sad Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG ZROUB XJM or XONJEY BACK BROKE ALL RECORDS Short Session of Congress Just Ad journed Was the Most Ex- pensiveV In History 1 SPENT A BILLION DOLLARS ThIs Is Added a Similar Sum Ap Itopropriated at the First Session Re view of the Work of the Short Ses sion of the FiftyNinth Congress Washington March 4Yore money has been appropriated during the short sqsslon of tho 59th congress which passed into history at noon to day than during any previous session The amount as near as can be estimated approximates a billion dollars Two big battleships were authorized for the navy and the artillery corps o the army was reorganized and enlarg ed A general service pension wa grahted to veterans of the Mexican and civil wars and like provislon- were T made for army nurses Fo river and harbor Improvements the appropriation aggregated 83000000 Increased salaries were given to cab- Inet ministers the vice president and Senators the speaker of the house of representatives and Hn members to ambassadors ministers and consuls to postoftlce clerks and letter carriers The public made more inquiries for information from the document rooms of congress regarding the ship sub jsidy bill the currency measure and the bill regulating the hours of servo ice of railway employes thrn any J other pending legislation Shp sub- sidyj i died hard in the last hours The lother two measures became laws as the session closed The Immigration bill one of the measures brought over from the long session was completed under the spai tjot the president that he might mee the CaliforniaJapanese situation by oreI f passportsIrho slon of aliens to this country I A bill was passed for the eatalxMsh ment of an agricultural bank In the Philippine Islands The tree alcohol law of last IislonI was modified that farmers may matlllI the waste products to be denatured i Rna used In the arts and sciences The right of appeal In criminal I cases was granted the gorernment measure intended to strengthen the I antitrust legislation by affording means whereby the supreme cour- i i may pass on the constitutionality and construction of finch laws An investigation was authorized re anIchlldd I coerce commission was authorized to ascertain and ruport If the express companies of the country nnt evading the railroad hvw df last session by buying selling troll handling on con signment of frrilt vegetables and oysI tern Reed Smoot was retained by the senate as a senator from Utah ending a four years controversy witAh Santo Domingo mid of Algeclras The president was authorized to us Ills good offlcts to prevent atrocities on the Congo The senate also launched an ex ihaustlve investigation df the Browns ville affray I RICH HTETJS PANIC Wall Street Treated ton New ExperlI rcrrce New York Mardh ZWall streetI has seldom if war seen such varied anti violent fluctuations in prices of securities as those which occurred Wednesday There have been panics In tho stock market When prices fell apparently lute a bottomless abyss thero have been boom periods whet the bold operations of daring spocu lators seemed to te carrying prices Illimitably upward but the feverish upward and downward alternations wltlch characterized yesterdays movo inent hue had few parallels The market was two lfled front the start Then followed a period of abrupt re versal of the general current ofr prices and ultimately axcltatl and die orderly movements at crow current I The whole movement was without definite news to explain rt but the volume and tho aggreBsivunctm of theI operations aero sufficient 46 stamp them as coming from sources of im portance It is this Implied importance of tho cn gin of tho present deal lags nnd the mystery which hangs over it which have given its impres slveness to the speculative Imagination Wall street irianco has found a phrase rich m s panic to define the condition Prisoners Mother to Testify New York March 4At loast ono more dramatic feature of the Thaw trial is foreshadowed for this week in the appearance on the stand of theIprisoners mother Mrs Wm Thaw It is said to be the program of thoIdefense to have Mrs Thaw take the witness stand as soon as the examina tion of the nllonlats which was resumed I today is concluded 1 I Standards Trial Begins Chicago March 4 Thovcase of the I Standard Oil Company of Indiana I charged with violation of the Elkins I law In accepting rebates from the Chicago It Alton railroad for ship J monte to St Loulg and East St Louis was begun In the Untied Slit circuit court bar today j S n BRIEF DISPATCHES SATURDAY Three thousand seven hundred work ers are idle at Butte on account of strikesFire destroyed the Y 11 0 A Build ing at Utica N Y The loss Is be tween 150000 and 175000 The whipping post for wife benter Is to be revived In Maryland after having been In disuse for twenty years Business failures in the United State for the week number 194 against 177 last week and 180 In the Santo week of 190C About 9000 out of the 9000 yard men employed by the Pennsylvania railroad east of PIUsburg and Eric have voted to strike Washington a small town In the southwestern part of Arkansas was almost completely destroyed by a tor nado Two negroes were killed and several other persons injured MONDAYrCongress passed a bill to erect a monument on the Tippecanoe battles ground haTs s senate to resume the practice of law I General Booth head of the Salva tion Army will arrive In New York this week on his way to Japan and China Several hundred pounds of dyna alto exploded at Homestead N J One person was killed and several se piously Injured A mountain In the province of Po- tenza Italy IB slipping Into the val ley and 5000 persons have been ren dered homeless Six men were killed by a gas ex plosion at the Holden colliery of the Delaware Lackawanna Western company at Taylor Pa- TUESDAY The second Russian parliament b- t todaytSwettenham governor of tho Island of Jamaica has resigned his post The dowager empress of Russia ha gone to London to visit her sister Queen Alexandra of England The salary of Colonel Goothnls the new head of Panama canal work lIs fixed at 15000 per annum which In eludes his army pay The enrollment of the Indians of tho five civilized tribes has closed Approximately 102000 citizens of nil1 classes have been enrolled- a Secretary Taft has arranged to sal 1 expoirt purpose of making a technical Inspection of the canal work Riots marked by bloodshed and I grout destruction of property have oc supped at tho Ashlo copper minet I which employs many thousands of miners In the Nlkko district Jape 1 WEDNESDAY The Idaho legislature passed a hill appropriating 50000 for carrying on the prosecution In the Steunenberg murder case An Interesting contest Is Imminent between Lord Cnrzon and Lord Rose toery for the vacant chancellorship of Oxford university- e What Honduras now fears morei than her war with Nicaragua is Internal troubles A revolution among her own people Is threatened Many notable men In Russia are refusing to take part In the government t work on the ground that no government official Is safe today In Russia The supreme court of Missouri ha sentenced six men convicted of murder to be hanged on April 13 atllr Ing tie Judgment of the lower cour In each case THURSDAY The woman suffragists by Insist ling upon martyrdom aro placing th British authorities In an mlmrraeslng position The differences botwwn tho Penn sylvania railroad company and lt trainmen snot of PUtaburg and Erie have been settled Hobson City Ala the only town governed exclusively by negroes in the South has gone tuft of exl1tence with the passage of an act by the legisla tore making it a part of Oxford Representatives of saurkraut manu facturers of Illinois New York Mich igan Ohio Wisconsin and Indiana have met at Toledo for the purpose of affecting a permanent organization I Because he attempted to whip a boy pupil Perry Evans teacher of a country school was assaulted at Go tebo Okla by a number of male stu dents and Injured so that ho died a few hours later FRIDAY Wisconsin his decided to have a Dew capitol to cost 0000000 Lloyd C Grlsconj who succeeds Henry White as ambassador of tho flatted States to Italy has arrived at RomeII A woman and four children were frozen to death at their home in Ward county North Dakota during the re eent cold spoil- Saratoga N Y has boon definitely decided upon for tho national encampSment of the Grand Army of public this year Tho Ohio coal carrying roads have given notice of an advance of 5 cents 7aand for railroad fuel Colonel Albert S Tower assistant paymaster general has been placed on the retired list of the army on his j own application af 3r more thaa JWrtytwo years service t IN BATTLE ARRAY Doth Nicaragua and Honduras Are Hurriedly Marshalling Their Full Fighting Force A BLOODY BORDER DISPUTE Late Dispatches From the Scene of the Central American War Indicates That Both Sides Are Maintaining a Determined Attitude Now Orleans March 5Tho following dispatches covering recent fighting between Honduras and Nicaragua have been received hero via steamship from Puerto Cortez Honduras San Marcos Ilondurean frontier Feb 20 Nlcaraguan troops set an ambuscade on Honduran territory near the frontier but wore driven out by the Honduran forces Nicaraguan loss fourteen killed forty wounded Honduras two wounded Tegucigalpa Honduras Feb 24 General Lee Christmas an American formerly living In Memphis Tenn and General Barahona with 2000 men marched for the frontier of Nic aragua today Thirty lve hundred soldiers have arrived at the capital from the western department of Gra clas Intubuca and Copan and are be ing uniformed and equipped These soldiers are the famous fighting In dians called Graclanas men of great valor and endurance who remember the sacking of Cholutea by Nlcara guan troops in 1894 and are enthusi astic for war When this force ar rives Honduras will have on the bor der between 1COOO and 18000 troops A reserve of 15000 will be rapidly or ganized the entire fighting force of uponeTegucigalpa Feb 2GThe column of Generals Barahona and Christmas have arrives at Guinope within four leagues of the Nicaraguan frontiers No engagement of importance has oc carped within the past few days only skirmishes being fought On account of the close proximity of both armies serious encounters are looked for dally ACCOUNTING DEMANDLD Mrs Bakers Son Brings Action Against Christian Scientists 1Concord N H March 21 bill in equity to secure an accounting of the financial affairs of Mrs Mary Baker Glover Eddy head of the Christian Science church has been filed in the superior court for Merrlmac county by Mrs Eddy sun George W Glover of Deadwood S D and his daughter silos Mary Baker Glover and George W baker of Bangor Me nephew and next friend of Mrs Eddy The bin I is directed against Alfred Farlow and other trustees of the Christian Science II church in Boston Calvin D Drye rsiiI Eddys secretary Lewis C Strang I her assistant secretary and Herman S IHerring first reader of the church in Concord Besides demanding an accounting of all transactions In connection with Mrs Eddys affairs the bill asks for restitution in case any wrongdoing appears for an injunction during lift gation against interference with her I property and business and for a reI celverThe action Is returnable at the April term of the Merrlmac county superiors court which assembles the first Tues i day of the month Specifically tho bill plaintiffmtMrs Eddy who sues by her next friend Is and for a long time has been Incompetent to do business or to understand transactions conducted in her name The next allegation IIs ethat the defendants have possessed themselves of hor personal property and have carried on her business It is also alleged that having thisI knowledge of her infirmity they haves become trustees for her of all prop i arty which has come Into her posses lion and are bound to give account thereof ant of all their transactions in her name y President Roosevelts young sonI Archie has diphtheria buj it is told that he Is not seribusly ill THE MARKETS i Current Quotations on Grain and Livestock J at Leading PointsII Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 75c No 2 red 75V4c CornXo 2 47c OatsNo 2 mixed 4SMiC HayClovrr irOi Q1700 timothy 1002000 mull itt 1100 e 1600 Cattle259i GOO Hogs J500CP71 Shoop250 52i Lambs 5000785 0 At Cincinnati WheatNo 2 red 78V6C Corn No 2 4Sc OatsNo2 45c dame iBO5GO Hdgsa6o 6 72V Sheep 2500625 Lambs450 8001 At Chicago WheatNo2 red 7G4c Corn No 3 43Vic OatsNo2 42c Cat tie Steors 460G8B stockers and 2750600 Hogs 500fj7ob 4350500 La sGOO1 776- Livestock at New Yor- kCattlo47rZ585 IIogsG901jiJ 75 Sheep 400500 lambsG75 812 At East Buffa- loCattle400060 Hogs55OQt 740 BhecIr 300575 Lambs 600 790 Wheat attTofedel May 79c July SOc caar77ia c tQotQotQotQotQotQotQooootQoaOQoQooQoo aoo oOk 0been r lion to bring back health and strength 2hl But the strongest point about 0 Emulsion is that you dont ScottJII0sick to get results from it to It keeps up the athletes strength puts fatithin makes fretful baby dsscheeks and pre 0- o vents coughs colds and consumptiong gFood in concentrated form for sick and 0o well young and old rich and poor 0 And it contains no drugs and no alcohol gALL Hfr646604606440444404i DRUGGISTS BOc AND SIOO 10 AIVIJ t aW l THE RRECKENRIDGE NEWS And The LOUISVILLE DAILY HERALDI i One Year For 200 JJBoth tt I1t NiuN4NN lsee ssmstNH W6 Mti-p W IL BOWMEn President A D SKILUMAN Cashier f L JHiIlTToOT VicePresident CJIAS SKILLMAN AsstCashler i The Old Reliable BRECKINRIDGE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus ii Insured in every WRY and protected by 5200000IIi i latest equipment j Interest paid on time 4tBusiness great and smalldcpoiitII 14S m eoecectgoa =cmc D taotttil ttoolba mt114DC 64 DGeeea8G no Heart Strengthe I Heart Strength or H Etreiicth or Serve lleaknenothingmore PoSe itively not use weak heart in a hundred Iif In JIt self actually dlsensed It is almost always A hidden tiny little nerve thnt really lit all at fault This oUoHM nerIthf Online or Heart Nerve simplyl Heeds slut lnu t Lave more power more liovornlncIltrenKthto fall and the tomach and kidneys also boys- these some controlling nerves This clearly explains why as n medicine Dt Shoops Ktitomtlvo has In the past done so much for weak and ailing Hearts Dr Shoop first sought the muse of nil this painful palpitating suffocat- Ing heart dlitniw Dr Shoops Hestoratlve thli popular pnH Iptlon Is alone directed to these weak and wiitilng nerve cwiters It builds helpIdl nerves them as ueuded with DrQ ShOo- psRIorhve SEVERS DRUG CO 1You I I 1I Look I Yellow fiversIproductsIlbile your blood You cant digest your food your appetite is poor you suffer dreadfully from headache stomachache dizzi ness malaria constipation etc What you need is not a dose of salts cathartic water or pills but a liver ton- icTtiedfords BlackDraught onthe1 thdttervesdears pation It Is a true medicine for sick liver v i II thedigestiveAt all dealers in medicines In S lackages I i e LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CO1- ICONPOKAT9n I Fast Milan Pssenger Lino between Louisville and Evatu viile Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave TouisVllle Monday Wedtci day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 am Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight tales and pasmfti tickets to Cincinnati Fieipbt flip bents delivetcd quieter then Ij rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville1JClovorport to EJvamville daCloverport to Owemboro 75 Splendid acC mmodt10118 for elcfk General OfSce J5416PJCS 4th el I ILomnflJe Ky 6 FandPJ IC 6EOH WILSON Snot I L II TADLlE 10116 Dally IOt11aln lenrsQppM5 TA Itl crrlveatNo I t Wsrricpsl t iln10verport trAulCloveJatlon WEST nOUN DallyOiovrllCavlS rule 1i00 a m Train No Hl banf10tafTowusv111o Stanley Hondersot arrlvetSt Louis7q Train No Aral 74Il in Stops at all No 115 daily St PMOwensboro and 3ioulsvllloears and roellrwU6 between TraIn Nc I Kordsvlllo4SO uA tn +Train llNADalmly 8up 1arri4voxc J es Irvipyto b011 JU tTrain No 8 s 39trordsv1lieOWEST BOUND 1 Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leiieaIrvington 65oam aprJvC8 pm Fordsvillex45 Train No5 050airr tl l l Tl Ii I wam 7ie + i i L 1B1 T SPRING OPENING II A big day Saturday March 16 will be our Spring Opening Every thing spick and span and of the very latest Pleasure seekers and beauty lovers come this way and see the sights The biggest Spring Opening ever held in this town and out overflowing lines of spring goods are too pretty to miss I I OPEING DAY SPECIALS I White Muslin Underskirts 18 to 24 in ruflles ii 5 and six rows laces and inserting in rallies II regular price 150 opening day special price SI1 CORSET COVERS Lace effects neat and splendid quality regular price 50c opening day special price 25c L 3 WAIST PATTERNS Embroidered waist pattens something fancy regular price 125 opening day special price P 75c S 4w BRECKENRIDGE JNO D BARRAGE SONS Publishing Co tai Issued Every 11 Subscription Price f year or ofyear n25 if paid at the end c fl- N eSA a OABDS OF THANKS over five lines charged O Q91st or at the rate of 10 cents per line LQaOBITUARIES charged for at the iate of 6 ey9eat Aft crang per line Money in advance ao yt the label on your paper If It Is caye 3POt correct please notify as ix iTIJ QatA 1Whon ordering a change In the address give their old as well as 41 t opLt n 1P EIGHT PAGES90 13taocn go4p4ab9It8 WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1907 0 4lc WHEN YOU WRITE MENTION THE i NEWS t ttt The Latest Spring Attractions In Mens Clothing Grays from 8 to 15 Blues from 8 to 14 Fancies from 9 to 15 from 750 to 15 blacks from 8 to 16 Double breasted Military cuts Three button sacks etc Odd pants from 1 150 to 6 t I NEW SPRING HATSaa New Spring Hats in the famous Swan Brand various colors from 1 to 250 j Star Brand Shoes are Better Our line of this famous brand is full and contains some of the latest styles on the market Always at the front and uptodate in every particular these shoes need only to be seen and tried to be apreciated Also a complete line of ladys Oueen shoes at 3 Full Line of Notions Our line of Notions is too full to begin to name the articles We mention only Iladies belts Hand Bags side and back combs neckwear etc DRESS GOODSEVERYTHING NEW AND STYLISH We are on the dot with the prettiest line of dress goods that money can buy A general variety of uptodate patterns New Port Organdies lOc per yd Mercerized Jacquard Swiss 25c Arosta Batiste 12 12c Chiffon Sylvette something new 2712c Donzells Organdies 15c Mousselino De Sot 17 l2c Premium Corder Tissu 20c Sylvia Parreaux15cS- errepe1Je 18c Southland Batiste 10c Bristol Suitings 20c Stella Bastiste 9c Organdies Quadrisse 12 l2c n REMEMBER SATURDAY I BEARD CO Hardinsburg Kyr ovfJ Examine I HARD1NSBURQ E C Hatley of Bisbee Arizona is visiting Roy Moorman- C V Robertson was at Elizabeth I town last week on a business trip T C Lewis left Friday for Owens boro and Bedford Ind to visit rela tives Arthur Board of Louisville was the guest of Mr and Mrs Coleman E Has well a few days of last week Mr and Mrs L B Reeves went to Louisville Sunday for a two weeks stay Mrs Fannie Board of Garfield was the guest of Mr and Mrs William Moredock last week Claude Mercer was in Louisville sev eral days of last week D C Heron of Bewleyville was in town Monday on a business trip The Rev and Mrs Clarence Hodge of McLeansboro Ill are here visiting her parents Judge and Mrs Milton Board Hon D C Moorman of Glendeane was in town Monday on a business trip BewleyI ville were in town Monday on business with the County Judg- eMATTINGLY Born February 20th to the wife of Ed Hinton a boy Born February 28th to the wife of Len Keenan a boy Miss Maggie Bates who has been on the sick list is improving- Mr Joe Taul who has been serious ly ill is reported better One of Samuel Jacksons daughters is seriously ill with pneumonia Little Edna Patedaughter of Mr and Mrs Nobe Pate is ill with inflamatory rheumatismJessie of Evansville is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs W B Taul Born February 23rd to the wife of Tom Ryan a boy Mrs Sarah Frank has set her incuba tor which contains 240 eggs Miss Malissa Mattingly left last week for Hardinsburg to attend the Normal Miss Lila Burdett is visiting her cou sin Miss Nelia Mattingly Vidcttc Bastiste 7c Embroidery Bastiste 15c Soi Do Kouboi 15 l2c Plain Organdies lOc WHITE GOODS AND SILKS Dimities Swiss Linens Piques Wash Silks etc from 8c to 100 per yd Shadow and Spider silks 30 in goods 500 per yd Taffeta Silks all shades and widths from 50c to 150 per yd BLACK HEATHERBLOOM SKIRTS The latest have the silk swish regular price 350 opening day special price 250 Mrs B F Frank visited Mrs Wm Lynch at Cloverport last week Mrs R C Mattingly and Mrs C D Hambleton spent the day last Friday wiih Mrs W B Taut Mrs Len Keenan is seriously ill Mrs O W Sanders and children of Evansville are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Tom Brickey The mail route from Mattingly to McQuady will be changed the 14th of this month Will commence at Tar Fork coming by Mattingly then on to Cloverport from Cloverport by Mike near Hardins school house TAR FORK Mrs Jas Keenan Jr has been ill for some time THE NEW IDEA ENNEDY3Pores Mailings and Carpets Latest patterns in flattings from 12 12c to JOc per yd CarpetsNice andvery attractive from 30c to 75c per yd Rugs Smyrna and Axminster from 1 to 450 Lace Curtains full line from 50c to 250 M Furniture Side BoardsFolding Beds Dressers Couches from 10 to 17 =1 MARCH 16BE ON HAND B F NEWS Wednesday oti19144nd1abesncrribeddshould tI Plaids Quality L C Taul of McQuady was in this community Sunday Elijah Board has gone to Bowen Ill inoisBorn to the wife of L C Keenan March 2nd a boy Felix Dunn is ill of lagrippe Wash Robbins has the contract to carry the mail from Tarfork via Matt ingly Mike and to Cloverport beginn ing the 15th Albert Tabeling has moved to his farm which he bought of J B Bates Misses Bessie and Kate Hinton of Cloverport are visiting the Misses Ryans and others here I Little Jennie Chancellor returned home Friday after a weeks stay with her aunt Nannie Mason at Pisgah THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE fiAXATIY 8Best for CIlldreN H Rev Geo Jones failed to fill his ap fourthIgripA I movement is on foot to buy an organ for Cave Spring church Misses Beulah Rice and May Perkins are comj mittee to take contributions for same 7i In Spokane Earl Head is in Spokane Washington withtheHenryHeadHejformerly Morrison Donsdentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both Phones Owensboro Ky COUGH SYR- UPONEY AND Red Mora ileeoli ow ERn TIIItIUIIJ aWalCotraa houresaraccnMJpUeeKpeciallythose containing Opiates Kfcntdrt t owForti iiI She Breckenridge News I JWEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1907 Agedtlib bowels weak kidneys and glad and TORPID LI- VERTutts Pills I have a specific effect on these organs stimulating the bowels causing them to perform their Batumi functions as ta youth aM- IMPARTING VIGOR to the kldaeys bladder and LIVER They are adapted to8IIIHIICeI Subscribe for the News Advertise in the want column It sells Harry Newsom was in Louisville last week April Delineator for sale at the News officeChas Hamman went to Hardinsburg MondayRaymond Parker spent Sunday at Tar Springs Clint Murray was here from Rock port last week Mr and Mrs Percell were in Louis ville last week T jwomans Home Companion for sale at the News office Miss Grace Ferry was home from Louisville Sunday Miss Nina Bruns returned home from Owensboro Sunday Send your order to the News office for your visiting cards Judge J H Wills who has had aunt of grip is improving Jtack C Pate has moved his family from to Mattingly Marion Bowmer returned home from Louisville Monday Mrs Fort was here from Louisville Sunday the guest of friends Mr and Mrs Ben Ridgeway have re turned home from Louisville Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer have returned home from Louisville Misses Anne and Edna Jarboe enter tained the Girls Club last week Miss Ree Willis will visit Mrs James B Randell sometime this spring Miss Lydia Frank has returned home after a months stay in Louisville Back numbers of the Ladies Home Journal on sale at the News office Mr Virgil Babbage will entertain the Good Time Club Friday evening Mrs Margaret Bennett of Zion i guest of Miss Margaret Moorman Ir and Mrs James Cordrey returne fnome from Louisville Wednesday night Mr and Mrs Len Weatherholt of Tar Fork were in town Monday shopp ing Miss Adelia Harrison of Mystic ha been the geust of Mr and Mrs Chas t Pate t Mrs J H Wills will be hostess to I i the Ladies Reading Club tomorrow afternoon r BAD L- ECZEMAVERY FOR THREE YURS IConsulted Physicians to No Avail Uses Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills and Is Soon Perfectly wellThe Disease Having Left Her Entirely CANNOT RECOMMEND CUTICURA TOO HIGHLY iSI take great pleasure in informing you that I was a sufferer of eczema in a yearsYconsulted75f physicians in Chicago but to no avail Icommenccd using the Cuticura Remedies consisting of Cuticura Soap Ointment and PillS three months ago and today I am perfectly well the disease having left me entirely I cannot recommend the Cuticura Remedies too highly to any ono suffering with tho disease that I have had Mrs Florence IllIOctoberS FOR WOMANS EYE MuchofinteresttoBveryWomanis 1f Complete local and constitutional treatment for distressing debilitating conditions from which women suffer may be found on page 5 of tho luticura Pamphlet wrapped about the Cuticura Ointment The pure sweet gentle yet effective properties of tho Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills commend them to women especially mothers for preserving purifying and beautifying the skin ucaip hair and hands for the treatment of inflammatory and ulcerative condi tions as wo111lS mostefficnciousmedicinnl agents in restoring to health strength and beauty polo weak nervous prema tturely faded rundown women Complete zttrlll and Internal7nttmeni for Erery rof JllfaDtfChUdrcD aDd Adult eon tti of Cuti cut ap lile to Cleane the 5kio CuUeura Ointment fro heal ih Skin sod Cuncnn UeaolnDt ler In W forl of Choeolete boated Pal sac per vial Of GO to the Moot Salt throughout the world 1oilr- OaenCorp7Solft Props Bo tODMM ltttaelYh tor Veeta a James P King will entertain the IMmclub at her home oil the hill this afternoonMr Mrs John Ridge went to Louisville last week to make their home in that city Lostblack shawl between Mrs Col llins residence and Capt Rowlands Thursday by Mrs M Burdette Three boxes Quaker Oats 25c at Julian H Browns Harry Weatherholt was off duty at the Henderson Route shops this week on account of an attack of grip Capt J H Rowland went to Irving ton last week to see Mr Bob Jolly who has been very ill for several days Mr and Mrs William Wilson arrived here from Paducah Thursday for a few days visit before leaving for Mattoon IllIf you want a hat that will be appropriate to wear at the Louisville ex position send your order to Mrs James CordreyBest Corn and other varieties 6c can at Julian H Browns Mr and Mrs Hilary Hardin and Miss Bertha Long who have recently moved here from Hardinsburg are at home in the East End Remember I am carrying the Bear brand of Fertilizer Look for cheap prices on Tobacco Grower Julian H BrownMr and Ms Herbert Beard came down from Hardinsburg Sunday to spend the day with Dr and Mrs For rest Lightfoot Miss Jane Hambleton who has been in West Point during the illness of her brotherinlaw Mr Chas Kiel returned home Monday I Mr and Mrs Joe Sawyer and Miss Nellie Whitehouse were the guests of Mr and Mrs Richard Whitehouse at West Point Sunday Mrs Shelby Conrad and son Samuel Edward and Mrs Joe Sawyer were the guests of Mr and Mrs McAfee at Irvington Thursday Mrs Perry Novall of Kansas City Mo is with her mother Mrs R H McGnvock who has been very ill at her home in Louisville- I am carrying a firstclass line of the Geo Delker buggies Julian H Brown Allen Long who has been in Louisville is here now and expects to learn the machinist trade at the Henderson Route shops at this place Misses Grace Eva and Edith Plank and Miss Jane Smith who are attend ing school M Marguerite Hall at Ver spendsEaster adfull line of advanced spring millineryIn her stock are some beautiful styles suitable for present wear Not too light nor too dark for March hats goodspaint for little money call on me If you want cheap paint go some where else Julian H Brown Mrs J F Lightfoot of Hawesville have been at the home of Dr and Mrs Forrest Lightfoot during the illness of their little daughter Francis Lee Miss Carrie Pate who has been visit ii ing relatives at Nickerson Kans for several months will return home in a few days She will be accompanied by her aunt Mrs Ruther Meador This will be Mrs Meadors first visit to Ken tucky and while here she will be the guest of Mr and Mrs Henry Pate Subscribe for the News Mrs John McGavock was in town MondayOrders for dressmaking filled by Polk Frank Mrs J H Wills will go to Louisville some time next week Mrs Julius Nolte who has had a severe attack of grip is better Pattern hats will be on display at Polk Franks next week Rev Edwin Graves is the guest of Mr and Mrs L V Chapin Capt and MrsJ H Rowland will go to the Louisville exposition Mrs J T Owen is able to sit up after an illness of several days Temple Lewis of Addison was the guest of Harvey Stone Saturday MY and Mrs Marion Weatherholt will attend the Jamestown exposition Miss Pattie Doljof Louisville is the guest of Miss Elnora Lewis at Addison Mr Jphn Fisher is the guest of his sister Mrs Dell Hambleton and Mr Jas B Fisher Any harness to be repaired Bring it in A stitch in time saves nine at the Big Store LostGold cuff button with opal sett ing Finder return to News office and receive reward Lawrence Murray was the guest of Miss Mabel England at Tobinsport Thursday anti Friday- J B Perkins a wellknown engineer of the Henderson Route is improving after n spell of serious illness Miss Mabel England and Miss Nina MissesEvaNorthern Early Rose seed potatoes 80c per bushel Julian H Brown y 0 i t rJ I Ask Your OwnDoctor i IOIILll If he tells you to take Ayers Cherry Pectoral for your severe cough or bronchial trouble then take it If he has anything better then take that We have great confidence in this medicine So will you when you once know it The best kind of testimonial Sod for over sixty years = by J 0 Ayer Co Lowell Ham Alto inanufctuicik 11- 5ARAARILA JAldI C ILIS O IIAIR VIGOR 1We have no Secrete We publUh 1tbe formulae of ul our tacUUmtt J22In eel the bowels open with one of ers Pills at bedtlmo hi r ore LE ROY PLOWS drawnEASYg lives they of I0LIEEASYThey run smooth and hold to the ground when stony They clear welt In loose soil They wear well Not the cheapest but the best Made RoylfowsConrad Payne Co Cloverport COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and night Rates 1100 per da- ySATISFACTION IN LUMBER Spring Is Opening Up That Calls For Lumber TELL US WHAT YOU WANT TO BUILD Well figure out the lum ber you need No worrying about that- Satisfaction in lumber is aII big thing But you can get it here Let us have your lumber order todayT have what you want Seaton Weatherholt I rt Ky ClLPb Dr Lightfoot of Hawesville was called several times last week to be at the bedside of his little granddaughter Francis Lee Lightfoot News has been received from Mrs Marion Ryan that she arrived Friday at Vicksburg Miss where Capt Ryan has made his headquarters Forrest Miller returned home Satur day from Tell City for a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Jacob Miller He will leave soon for Illinois Four cans Sugar Corn 25c Seven Bars Lenox Soap 25c Three boxes Rolled Oats 25c Babbages the Big StoreDr Simons was called to Tobinsport Saturday to dress the wound of Ed Esarey who was accidently shot by Theodore Frakes Miss Carter will arrive here from Louisville next week to do special trimming in the Millinery department of Polk Frank MrsJ W Stone and grand daughter Louise Hinkle were the guests of Mrs Lewis at Addison Saturday and Sunday Mica Axle Grease Best lubricant for axles in the world long wearing and very ad hesiveMakes a heavy load draw like a light one Saves half the wear cm wagon and team and increases the earning capacity of your outfit Ask your dealer for Mica Axle Qreait IISTANDARD + j 1 WantS I Advertisements inserted under this head at tone cent a word per week FOR a firstclass bull bird or fox dolt cal write lien P Hates the barber at Ir- vington SALE Span of mules sixteen hands high safe to work anywhere Sound as a dollar H 11 Hurdln Cloverport FOIL SALEnook on Hypnotism and magnetIsmcents HrecVenrldize News Tr MaterialforTool Co Owensboro Ky FOR SALEGold ring with pretty W for 175 Exchange Ilep settlnKrr orBreckenrldge News Cloverpt Ky 1 FOR SALl06 acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn 16 acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 11500 cash For further particulars write the Dreckenrldge News Clovcrport Ky PRINTING Presses FOR IIALEII lot of good Laundry machines j Also new and secondhand Gas and Engines Louisville MARTIN K- yDR GABLE SIB GasolineII = TAYLOR Representing TAYLOR KEENE DENTISTS w Y y OF OWENSBORO J ityi w announced lat- erWhen J j You I- tt Think o- fPadnt Think IOf UsS- EVERS DRUG CO RANI BOOK By opening an account with us you will avoid in a great measure the care and anxiety of look ing after the details of your finan cial matters 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 OLOVEIUOKT KY I 1llr4UM JEWELRY- The finest and best of all kinds- Watches Clocks Silverware HollowareFlatware Musical instruments and findings T Cj Lewis Son Hardinsburg Ky 1 C7tslS3r3t7txtffM bSo f lillh tl r I IMEET ME AT NOLTES I WJ1 = J = II- LShoes1kinds rdJ I I For all kinds of Feet You want a comfortable foot and a ID stylish foot Our shoes give you I- Dr both with the service thrown n i1mBox Calf Vici Kid Patent Leather in t fact everythingiin the Shoe line I J C Nolte SL Bro I Cloverport Kyff DO YOUR BAKING for extra entertaining Not unless you have provided yoursel with a sack ofCADICKS CADICKSGOLD FLOUR If you have never tried it its a good time now Youll get the opinion of your friends If they are enthusiastic in their praises of your delicious bread rolls cakes and pastry remember its due to Cadicks Gold Dust Flour HH H C MAKERSat Ind UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH Sewanee Tennessee Opened in 18C8 Lateded ut Sewanee Tennessee on a plateau of the Cumberland Mountains 2000 fret above the levelof the sea Sewanee has a national reputation as a 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 The Departments of the University are i ACADEMEC Including School of Engineerin- gTHEOLOGICAL MEDICAL Including School of Pharmecy and TraininO School for Nurses LAW Confers the following degrees in course B A M A B C E C E B D G D LL BM D Ph G Number of Professors and pllicers of administration 50 Average number of students annually between 500 and GOO Graduate alumni number about one thousand The Lent Spring Term of the University begins March 21st The Trinity Summer Term June 28th With this term begins the scholastic year The Advent Fall Term begins September 19th Vacation from December 17th to March 20th upon the University Domain Sewanee Tennessee prepares boys for this and other Univerties and for business For catalogues and other information address B Lawton Wiggins MA LLD ViceChancellor Sewanee Tennessee L HAVE YOU TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF THIS OFFER The News and Daily Herald one year for 200 i r rIr J U I Rt PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm three miles south of Stephensport I will on TUESDAY MARCH 19 Sell at Public Sale all of my Personal Property consisting of Mules Cattle Hogs Hay and Corn and Farm Implements terms made known on day of sale CHAS A TINIUS DAVE HENRY Auctioneer CURB ON BIG FORTUNES Illinois Legislature May Copy the English Statutes Springfield Ill March SAn extended argument by Prof A M Kales of the Northwestern University lawI school convinced the House Judiciary committee of the necessity of curtailing the power of men of great wealth to leave their estates to ac oumulate In trust The Marshall Field estate as it Is to be administered under the terms of the Into merchants will furnished the Illustration used by Mr Kales toIshow the necessity for a restriction and at the close of his talk the comc mltteo recommended out favorably aII bill drawn by him largely a copy of the English law against accumula tions in trust which was enacted 100 yearn ago j This bill if It becomes a law will prohibit the leaving of an estate Inesuch a fashion that the profits shall be accumulated wholly or in partI for a longer period than 21 years t from the death of the granter or dur- Ing 1 the minority of any person who 1 shall IMt living at the tine of the loath of the grantor u Dieters Are Iuuled The remarkable of Kenneth I IoUblljeeti I ternity and a wide circle Of friends He says of his ease Owing to severe in flaniuintion ot the Throat and conges tion cf the Lungs three doctors gave me up to die when as It last resort I ZVWS Induced to try Dr Kings New Discovery and I am happy to say it saved niy life Cure the worst Coughs and Colds Bronchitis Tonsotitls Weak Lungs Hoarseness and la Guaranteed Severs Drug GrippeII store 50c aud 1 Trial bottle fretInI HUSBAND HELP TO ANSWER I Prominent AlabamIan Charged WIthf Wife MUldert D than Ala March SFrank Fowler a saw mill owner living a short distance south ot here has been arrested charged with murder- Ing his wife last Monday night MaJ Atkins who lived with the family was also placed under arest as antt Kjoonipliee to the deed The head ofe the dead woman was badly bruifted I hw jaw broken with numerous bruises on the body The coroners Jury returned a verdict that the c woman came to her death at the bands of her husband She la said i to have carried considerable Incur ance A young daughter of Fowler states that he killed her mother and threat ened her life If she told Fowler WM a prominent citizen and much excl meat prevails 3 TartMK Ky Savages Speaking of the torture o which t some of the savage tribes iu the Philip piues subject their captives reminds me of the intense suffering I endured for three mouths from inflammation of the Kidneys says W M Sherman of Cushing Me nothing helped me uu A ot til I tried Electric Hitters three bottles of whhh completely carol me II Cures a e I4iverComrlaiut Dyspepsin mood die fieorders and Malaria and restores the Q weak aud nervous to robust health Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Price c 99i cents y Guilty of Bmbeszlmcnt Wilber Neb March SA Jury In 44 the d tiict court found former County Judge Hosmer II Ileudee guilty of Al the embe dement of 3385 of the funds orSaUna county Sentence Was dffurrod gte sCASTORIIA-o rForInfants and Children Thi Kind You Have Always Boughtt Bears the jfipaturoof Ij1 i i igekeeQ k UNION PACIFIC HITS BACK Drastic Legislation Causes Change of Plans In Nebraska Omaha Neb March S Following tho action of the Unlbn Pacific in call ing oft all work toward the construc tion of a twelvestory general head quarters building In Omaha because of the supreme courts decision com pelling Nebraska railroads tItl pay de linquent taxes amounting to 1000I 000 with interest and the action of the legislature enacting a 2cent fare bill the Burlington announced today that no work would be done toward I the erection of Its mammoth freight depot for which plans had been completed until conditions had at least reached a more settled state OverJJ Harahan Talks It Springfield III March 8J T Harsh an resident of the Illinois Central and Inzr TVm AT n c nIcounsellor r tlf miiif sittm ether upon Gov Denern and tw attorney Rfnaal Tot nlblrrt of thr n1Jl was the stars ram acaln th road but wholly informal in character President Harahan assayed GOY De peen that the company would put no obstacles in the way of an early settle- mEnt of the easF but on the other hand would asa ii In every wayI possible to obtain an early decision J Prom the courts Mix This At Home iII The following simple homemade I mixture Iis said to readily relieve and overcome any form of Rheumatism by forcing the Kidneys to filter from the blood and system all the uric acid andII poisonous waste matter relieving at j once such symptoms as backache weak kidneys and bladder and Wood diseases Try it as it doesnt cost much toII and is said to be absolutely to the stomach IGet the following harmless ingredients any good pharmacy Fluid Kx Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound- S ruJl Sarsaparilla three ounces Mix by shaking well In a bottle and take a teAspoonful after each meal and again at bedtimeThis mixture it said to give prompt relief and there are very few of Rheumatism and Kidney trou bloc it will fail to curt permanently These are ail harmless everyday drugs Mod your druggist should keep them in the prescription department if not havehlm order them from the wholesale drug houses for you rather than fail to use this if you are afflicted HAD A CLOSE CALL Gen Nspiuffs Carriage splintered by Revolutionary comb Sebastopol March aAI Gen Nen tuff commandant at the fortress here who was Just been transferred to duty at a less hazardous post was driving through the city last evening to attend a farewell banquet at the palace given in his honor by Admiral Skrydloff a bomb was thrown under his carriage where it exploded The carriage was shattered The general sustained injuries about the feet Ills coachmin was wounded a woman who happened to be passing at tho time sustained serious Injuries and the horses that were drawing tho vehicle were crippled The man who throw the bomb got away This isI the second serious attem t made up on the life of Gen Neptuff within a year A Scientific Wonder The cures that stand to its credit make Buoklene Arnica Salve a scien tific wonder It cured E R Mulford lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry Waynesboro Pa of a distressing case of Piles It heals the worst Burns Sores Boils Ulcers Cuts Wounds Chilblains and Salt RheUtti Only 22c at Severs Drug Cos drugstore ir NEWS OF KENTUCKY Terslcy Told Information Conc rnl1gI Matters of Current I Interest b Kenlucktens TINE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Here Are Found Accurately Detailed the Happenings of the Largest Im port Which Are Attracting Att nb tion Throughout KentuckyaLexington Ky March 7Judge Carnes accompanied by the troops and all the attorneys has left Jack son for Lexington Judge Hargis vttlbert Hargls and John Abner have given 10000 bond each tor appearance in Martlnsburg Elliot county at the regular term of court the last week Iri May Smith was replaced In jail The taking of the case to Elliot county was a surprise to both sides 14 Judge Itedwine presides it Is pos stbe that ull the cases will be re manded to lacltsorv DEMANDS REJECTED Louisville Street Railroad Workers Turned Down Louisville Ky March 7At a conference between a committee rep resenting the Louisville branch of the International Union of Street Rail way employes and the officers of the Louisville Street Railway company the demands of the men were uncon ditionally refused The most im portant demand is for recognition of the union Another demand is for an explanation of the discharge of four union employes A third demand Is for an abolition of the sliding scale of wages and the substitution of a Dr straight tenhour day Another comSlplaint is that tho men have only seventeen minutes for lunch Thoybl want fortyfive minutesta Labor Leader in Hospital Louisville Ky March LW Dla 1 bv lion president of the International Union of Street Railway Employe is 111 at tin Infirmary In this oily Mr Mullen came here some days ago to of take charge of the movement of the employ of the TxmlHville city railway for higher wacs and slioru r hoi4 CCL CHIUN DFENDS RACING of Ruing Dates at Louisville Tracks Will Net Be Reduced Louisville Ky March 2 According to Col Jack Chinn president of the Kentucky racing commission a reduc tion of the racing dates for Louisville as asked for by the Jleaty Merchants association IIs not likely Colonel Chitin carne to Louisville froth hisII hoiije In Ilarrodsburg and gave an interview in which ho defended racing and expressed the conviction that thirty days racing in the sprint anti fall was not too much for Louis ville He said now that tho dates forIII racing had been assigned certain con tracts had been made and stakes announce which would make a change at this time Somewhat difficult t BIG FEE FOR ROCKSAND Kentucky County Receives the Sum of 1500 from Belmont Lexington Ky March 4Edwardfi Kane manager of the Nursery stud1I1 In this Bounty which belongs to August Belmont of New York has paid 1500 to the county as a stud Fo fee for standing Imp Rocksand for public service This sun Is the largest fee ever paid for standing a horse in Kentucky Under thoIlaw the fee paid is the same as is charged by the owner of the horse for the Service of the horse and tho fee charged for a service to Imp Rocksand Is 1500I I Bailey Sells Lexington Ky March 4Tohn E Madden has purchased of United States Senator Joseph W Uailey the seventeenyearold trotting broodmare l Silicon 21310 dam of SJUUo 211 the Kentucky futurity win ner of last season The price paid was private but It Is said to httt been a aooctone Silicon will he added to a hand of brood mares which will form the trot ting breeding plant Mr Madden is establishing for his two sons Joseph and Edward j A Determined Woman I Lexington Ky March 5Mrs Frances Paca Peter aged ninetyone years who died at her home in this county Monday had lived seven miles from town and had not boon here in more than forty years She became angry at some of the people In the city before tho war and vowed that she would never vii1t tho place again She was very wealthy and was a rel1 ative of Henry Clay Lost Ring Ends His Life Lexington Ky March 2Be cause he lost tho engagement ring of Forrest Hall and Miss Kato God dard Barney Goodwin committed I suicide today drinking carbolic acid Goodwin came hero from Chattanooga Tonn Girl Commits Suicide Louisville Ky March 4Freda Ledhlg eighteen years oldx com mlttted suicide with carbolic acid at the home of her sister Mrs Robe Bauer at Nineteenth ana Grimt streets Cause not knbwn t- ik PunctuationSlnce later esting example of Incorrect punctua tion It was and 1 snlil not of1 It would be as well to give that oven more interesting null better example That that is Is that that Is not Is not that It It Is And to avoid nightmares we Immediately imnctuntu thus That that Is Iis thut list is not Is not IIs not that it It sCOl London Chron Isle For weak kidne8 and lame bark use DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Best for lumbago Jheumutifin bladder and other troubles arising frOnt b d They cleanse the kidneys and clear the system Indt red and sold by druggists Lucien Bonaparte Lucien Bonaparte was driven out of France by his brpther Napoleon on ac count of his leaning toward liberty After Napoleon had been sent to Elba there was n reconciliation and Lucien did everything in his power to aid his brother After Waterloo he was expelled from France lived in Italy and devoted his whole time to antiquarian and archaeological researches lie became u noted author In this lined 1 tg TORXA Bui thisThe Kind You Have Always Boo- kWhy 8tgutve of Mount From Left It is customary to mount a horse from the left side because In the daysI when a sword was an essential part I of a mans dress and hung at the lettI side mounting from the right side would have necessitated taking hold of the scabbard and placing it over the saddle with the hand needed to assist In mounting By mounting from the left side the sword hung clear and allowed easier an more graceful action For Catarrh let me send you free just to prove merit u Trial size Box of Shoop s Catarrh Remedy It is a white c eamy healiug antiseptic that givts instant relief to Ca of the pore and throat Make the free test and see Adress Dr Shoop Racine Wis Large jjus 50 cents Sold Severs Drug Co- Medical Lake I Medical lake so called on account the remedial virtues of Itt waters Columbianplateau Altitude of 2800 feet above the level of the 1aduV The tj 1 tlon of IttI waters Is almost Identical with that the Dead sea and like Its oriental OOUiiterpiirt no plant has yet been fSclI1Pi f I O flu Sf T O HX jJlL Bears You Have Always Bought Iof sin hd 001 Ir Quick Action The quickest action ever noted by n Cincinnati newspaper writer was Illus m trated when he reported n murder case which one of the witnesses was a negro porter In the hotel that was the scene of the killing The negro was shots he heard Two lhOtHl apart were they Bout like dlssa way explained the negro clapping lhl1l1l1ll18 twice with an interval of about a secqml between Where were you when the first shot was red V Shlnlnir a gciumaus shoes In basement of dub hotel Where were you when the second shot was Illred depot Ah Trrtf was npnsslu dull Bg I Comical Names of Great Mcn I Cnldurnn do la Baron has quite an sound yet literally translat ed it rend Ships fopperj Torquato f Tneso means Chained Bulgur Dante stands for Stags Hide Giovanni 5 Boccaccio Jack Blgmouth Bra I manta the famous architect despite his melodious appellation appears in the character of Whliier and Max PIccolomini Is nothing more or less than Little Dwa- rfMOTHERS READ TillS I I j I j I nR Devout OP C VT sunny ft Mrs C W Stump of Canton Ohio writes I wish I could Induce every mother who has a weak sickly childl to try that delicious cod liver prepar ation Vinol Our little daughter was palo thin and sickly Wo tried various medicines but without any benefit whatever and she could not take cod liver oil or emulsions as they nauseated key and upset her stomach Learning that Vlnol contains all tho medicinal and strengthcreating properties of cod liver oil but with out tho disagreeable oil we decided to try It and tho results were marvel one so quickly was she restored to health and strength medicinehSevers Drug CoI Iotit oL jJlrF r RHEUMATISM It VV- WE MAKE MORc f0AMYTHE WEST CURED randl r lubricated by tC- sloaivs Lirunxeixt A Price 25c 50c 6 100 W1I Sold byall Dealers i Sloaris Treatise On The HorseSent Free t Address Dr Earl SloanBostonMa5S I ra7Lt P1 r+ AJtifr aM + r gj- A jl1 tirTOSOESJTH BUS SINGE TIlO GIlT a bIAMON r a Ix IN using i We arc one of the largest users of Rock Oak Sole Leather n the World The other materials used in Diamond Brflml Shoes arc just as superior ASK YOUR DBAUEK f J J r OLD STYLE OAK k TANNED SOLE LEATHER MAKES DIAMOND BRAND SHOES WEAR i r l- h 0 yT LOWS i THE l Fifth Avenue i HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr I f qr l tTiie most centrally located erd only firstclass hotel in the city making a 1200 rate Only one block from the principal 8bopplDg6i trlct and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts ot the city- Everything neat andiclean The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000 B F BEARD PRESIDENT M HI KARD Cashier PAW CUMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eslulilce GV Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A N KinchelpeOD S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or Burglary +0000000000000000000000000000001 00N + Qeeeeeeeeo evtta tesata es i i LOW RATES IFRO LOUISVILLE VI- Aj Southern Railway In effect dailY after larch 1 to April 30 and September 1 to October 31 iinclusive- 3400 Helena and Butte Spokanefa Tacoma and Seattle 3800 San Francisco Los Angeles and 1- 1p fti other CALIFORNIA points Corresponding rates to other points in the West and Northwest Cheap ono way colonist tickets and round trip homesoekers ickets will also bo sold on March 5th and 19th and April 2d nd 16th to Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and other points in tho Southwest and Southeast For maps folders and complete information call on your ocal agent or- B S YENT Traveling Pass Agent Lexington Ky eC H HUNeEItFOR Dist Pass Agent Louisville Kyi J O BEAM JU Asst Gen Pass Agent St LOUIS 119 i NltMtiSS- t t 4jjff WEST RATES I Offered For Greater Louisville 1 Exposition Period II JIG SHOW WILL OPEN MARCH W I Creatores Band With Low Rates and National League Baseball Teams r Will Make Louisville Kentucky I Mecca For Two Weeks Beginning i 30II Many persons are now counting the days which must elapse before the opening of the Greater Louisville Ex position March 18 The manufactur ors and other business men of Louis Wile have been steadily engaged on ithe big enterprise since November 21 ast and they now see the fruition of their hopes in the exhibits which areII being daily installed in the big feltlan Building The work of construction which on aper made a most excellent impres sion is in its final completion it is bald far more beautiful than anything be designers had expected The con vlruction of the exhibit booths cost the It I GIUSEPPE CREATORS The Greatest Living Bandmaster Exposition Company a great sum of floney but the result is said to more mn justify the expenditure The rates to Louisville which go ito effect on Monday March 18 on I1 railroads will be one fare for the und trip With Monday March 18 S the first selling date the rates ob ionThursday 21 Saturday 23 day 25 Thursday 28 and Satur fi 30 all good returning April 1 vnese rates have not been beaten by ny rate ever announced for any ex position in the history of the country ind it is said that the interest offered + mTHE FIRST e ExpositionI At 300000 iSy the Greater Louisville Exposition justifies the rate to the last degree If ottorheseeamboat lines making Louisville ave offered similar inducements The fJilsville Evansvllle Packet Com ing and the Lee Line offer rate of and onethird fare for the round ip including meals and bertu while 11 Louisville Cincinnati Packet ompany offer one fare for the round lp exclusive of meals and berth Thus all Kentuckians may travel eaply and comfortably to Louisville ring the exposition period with suf lent stopover privilege to allow em to enjoy the exposition in every tall and transact such business as ey may in Kentuckys metrop- Is before expiration of tickets j Such zeal is being shown by the ex bltors in the matter of getting in aIled before the evening of March i that the Board pf Directors of the eater Louisville Exposition an mnced that they are now In position I accurately gauge the appearance of p o great hall when President Rooso tit touches the button and the wheels the exposition are finally set in mo- Il Decorated rainbow tints 1 itural and artificial foliage and flow the exposition hall is in truth ream of beauty Even teeming with ey activities and resounding blows of hammers and the ing of saws as It is at present it I aatd by ail who know that the ex far surpasses any previous Iontnado by Louisville to take her place among the great cities f thin nation Kentucky and all Kentuckians may ell be proud of Louisville for she r t 1 nas under the stress of many difficulties made an exposition which will astonish all visitors when they its doors Visitors to the exposition will be greeted by strains of sweetest music produced by the famous of the great Creators who will two per formances dally throughout the fortnight of the exposition March 18 to 30 This same Creatoro is a man of tre mendous personality rich In overt thing which goes to make up a really great musician A Neapolitan by birth but an American by naturaliza tlon he has played before the crowned heads of Europe as well as before those uncrowned kingsthe musical critics of the New York press No where has he failed to receive the highest praise and he has repeatedly declared that the musical taste of the people of Kentucky Is as an average the most accurate In recognizing true musical worth that he has ever seen That the great master has not been overestimated in Louisville and In the rest of the United States is attested by the following paragraph from the London Dally Tribune The band certainly deserves the high praise it has received in America The musical qualities 6f the tone and style are great and although Signor Creatore walks about the platform and conducts by means of gestures which might be called sensational there is no trickery about his Interpretation of the music The Instruments have that rather shrill tone which the Italians prefer The cornet the prin cipal clarinet the trombone for In stance are all remarkable as virtuosi The ensemble Is as fine as possible and the clean phrasing especially In forte passages goes beyond anything we heard from other bands From every point of view this Is band than that of SOl sa and there is much In Its work which should attract musicians as well as the uncritical When It Is considered that the Work of this great music master may bo observed without extra charge and the admission price Is only twentyfive the fact will be readly recog nized that Louisville is putting forth every effort possible to give Immense value for the money which will be re ceived at the exposition For those who prefer music and laughter In the evening and outdoor entertainments during the morning and afternoon there is the excellent choice of visiting Louisvilles outdoor attractions In the morning and seeing her excellent baseball team in action in the afternoon From March 25 to 29 inclusive there will be games of base ball between the Louisville team and some of the strongest teams in the National and American leagues Low railroad rates Greater Louis ville Exposition Creatore baseball what more could be needed to induce one to take a pleasant little trip to the metropolis of the there to receive the welcome of her people under the most gratifying conditions = REGIMENT ARMORY t Grtator Louisville Building Which Was Recently Erected a Cost of More Than a to e have their have with a with e many r I enter band give clear have a finer cents gate state U The business men of Louisville stand with outstretched hands awaiting the visitor from Kentucky and the visitor from elsewhere and the Exposition Building will be the meeting place for many an old friend to meet other old friends and for kindred spirits to come together for the first time In fact there is no limit to the joy and profit which will be derived by a few days visit to Louisville during the period of the Greater Louisville Exposition March 18 to 30 CLARIONETTES- Short Notes Marking Progress and Interest of the Exposition Louisville it is said Is greatly tick led over the showing made in the art exhibit of the Greater Louisville Ex position There are many artists of merit in Louisville both amateur and professional yet both classes are more or less inclined to hide their light un der a bushel and It is only by great persuasion it is said that many of them are made willing to exhibit their works In the exposition The Vet r ans Room in the Exposition Building la an Ideal place for an art exhibit Sig Giuseppe Croatoro has announced that in the making of his pro grammes for the Greater Louisville Exposition he has arranged for more encores than at any city during the past season Sig Creatore knows that his great affection for Kentucky and Kentuckians is warmly reciprocated Many oldest inhabitants have re called former expositions given in1 Louisville and the Greater Louisville Exposition does not suffer any by com orison with them 7 THE ARMY TO THE FORE 1rlrCOLONEL GEORGE W GOETKALS Busy army engineer who has been put at the head of the big force which Is now expected to make dirt fly In the work of constructing the Panama canal COMMENDED BY JUDGE Praise for Jury That Upheld the Un written Law Culpopper Va March 8The Jury In the case of Philip Strother accused with his brother James A Strother of the murder of their brotherinlaw William F Ilywaters club lender and prominent in society brought in a verdict of not guilty They shot and killed Bywaters just after they had forced him to wed their sister whom it is alleged he betrayed Their plea was the unwritten law Both are prominent Bywateri was killed when he attempted to leave the Strother home The brothers said he intended to deeert his bride Judge Harrison had ordered the crowd to receive the verdict without demonstration Notwithstanding there was much hnndclnpplng and shouting when the foreman announced not guilty Judge Harrison rapped for order and addressed the Jury sov eral members of which were weeping The judges voice shook and tears coursed down his cheeks After com plimenting the jurors on the attention they had given the evidence and their arrival at the verdict after a reason able time Judge Harrison said Gentlemen I am glad to hear you say that the chastity of our women Is to be protected and that no punish ment shall be meted to those who deal with a man who Invades the homo I have no censure for your verdict Go to your homes and I hope you will find them as you left them SCHMITZS PLEA Mayor of San Francisco Says Not Guilty Your Honor San Francisco March SMayor Eugene Schultz appeared before Su perior Judge Dunne and pleaded not guilty to four Indictments charging him with extortion Hy agreement of counsel next Monday was designated as the time when a ditto for his trial will be set In tho Ruef extortion case the dis trlct court of appeals denied Roofs application for a writ of prohibition to restrain Judge Dunne from any proceedings against Ruef in the superior court pending the determina tion of the accused mans appeal to the supreme court of the United States for a permanent writ of error tho effect of which If granted would be to summarily postpone the entire prosecution Ruef Is still in hiding supposedly In or near San Francisco Student Charged With Burglary Chicago March 0Richard O Hoopes twenty years old who had for two years been a student at Lake Forest college and with entree to the highest circles of Lake Forest son of Ira C Hoopes a wealthy lawyer of Kokomo Ind Is in Jail here accused of stealing hundreds of pieces of fine Jewelry from homes In which he has been received The pnllce secured a large quantity of Jewelry In the young mans room at tho college Blow to Block Signals Ypsilanti Mich March 8The eoroners Jury called to investigate the death of Engineer Scallen and four other trainmen killed Feb 21 in the collision of a Michigan Central ex press and an ice train near this city returned a verdict that the accident was due to the railroad employes be- Ing required to place too much re liance upon automatic block signals Last Hope Gone Chicago March GAny possibility that the msslng 173000 from the loot sub trasurt might have been tucked away in the currency on hand was eliminated when the four experts from the United States treasury at Washington counted the last of the paper money in the vaults It came out correct to the dollar said Sub Treasurer Boldenweck Declared Hopelessly Insane Bloomington Ill March 5Dr J Whitney Hall a medicolegal mental expert of Chicago after a careful ex amination has pronpunced Thomas Baldwin who killed Mrs Eiseman her daughter Cora and Mr apd Mrs Kennedy hopelessly insane Adams Fate In Jurys Hands Wallace la Match 7The case of murldergiven to the jury Vultures of Jamaica Vultures are to be found in great numbers all over the island of Ja maica These birds are greatly valued as scavengers and a heavy fine Is the penalty for killing one of them They are to be seen everywhere and as they are never molested they regard mankind with indifference Another bird which Is protected Is the pelican which may be seen grubbing about lu the shallow waters of Kingston liar bor at almost any time The natives name for the vulture Is John Crow and the pelican they call Old Joe Scrap Book You should be very careful of your bowels when you have a cold Nearl all other cough syrups are constipating especially those containing opiates Kenno jys Laxative Cough Syrup moves the bowelscontains NO opiates Conforms to National Pure Food an i Drugs Law Bears the endorsement of moh ers everywhere Children like its pleas ant taste Sold by all druggists One of Us In a recent number of a German magazine a writer offers a variant oi a talc that has been published In a book of childrens true sayings whillI relates how two small girls tried to sit on one stool and one of them wisely remarked If one of us was to got oft this stool there would be more room for me The Teutonic version tells how a Gorman sat by tho bedside of his dy ing wife sad murmured piously If It pleases the good God to take one of tie I shall go to Berlin OASTOBXABean theThe Haw Atwys BogW I Blgaatora J1of I UAntiquity of Dells The Invention of hells i + IIllliIiltj by some f tilt lust fovii n ripiin lovUts to till KuyptlniiH wh u credited with having made use of surd percussion Instruments to nnnnimiv tie sacred fetes of 6llllrl4 In thin they are said to have Iwen li iun nearly 3000 years before the birth of Christ The Greek and the Romnns It Is said never used bells of a law size Yet the hour of bathing and the opening of tho market places were nil vortlswl dally by ringing bells and It appears that small ones would scarcely have answered the purpose Preventics will promptly check a- cld or the grippe when taken early or at the sneeze stage Preventics cure seated colds as well Preventics are little candy cold cure tablets and Dr Shoop Racine Vis will gladlyI mail I you samples and a book on Colds free I if you will write him The samples prove their merit Check early Colds IIwith Pieventics and stop Pneumonia Sold in Cc and 25c boxes by Severs Drug Co Two Peculiar Birds The great bimtnnl Otis timlio a bird still found In the southern pmv iucofl of UiiBsIn Is tho heaviest Bunt poau fowl In slielt exceeds the Nor wegian blackcock The old untie at tain a weight of tlilrtynve pone i and where food ls1 plentiful iieiu weighing thirty el lit iKjuiuls null e11 forty iRdiiuls have been cgmlhf Those birds hurt illsuppearol i i11 i western Europe where once they vr inmost us numerous us iwrtrliUvs at i are Keen only lu small timUs in i I wuiil hills skirting the lower vail tho Dnieper stud here and there airu the north COUNt of the Caspian Ju lion lays eggs as big as ordinary prit A larger and heavier bhl the 11 II wary Is Incapable of Bight but it 111I kick with tho strength of a mule aliI1 uses the sharp bony quills of Its illII as a cock uses his spurs Lon Saturday Uevlow 5OOO Reward will be paid to any person who can find one atom of opium chloral morphine cocaine ether or chloroform or their derivatives in any of Dr Miles Remedies This reward is offered be cause certain unscrupulous persons make false statements about these remedies It is understood that this reward applies only to goods purch ased in the open market which have not been tampered with Dr Miles remedies cure by their strengthening and invig orating effect upon the nervous system and not by weakening the nerves I consider that there are no better remedies put up than Dr Miles Nervine AntiFain Pills and Nerve and Liver Pills We have used them for years and recommend them to many others My wife Is using the and worldersAtladyefrlend- of medicine In the mine who was almost a total nerv ous wreck through my earnest solicitation has used several bottles of the Nervine with wonderful results WM CROME Salt Lake City Utah Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your will guarantee thatdrUlJli1lltkwhO the will benefit If It falls he will return your money M doses tt3 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind I d n n un st aaroawRseaaaweseseg ww ssrw1- II First State Bank iiIRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vice Presiden JH H KEMPER Cashier Account of Corporations Firms and Individuals ioljcitpri IInterest Paid on Time Deposits I tuwo tsostt Gmsowobs toaaao al fiilotllNii titt 4A IMN tr 700 STUDENTS WANTED 1 THECENTURYTo War now THE WAR WAS FINANCED- An account of the of JayCooke From unpublished 411 t + l1INt90ZJtj Three Great Serial Novels THE sunnI i An IInternational N v By Frances Hodgson Burnett COMK AND FIND Ml A Novel of the Far North By Elizabeth Robins RUNNING VA I IK A Novel tf IImvel and Lima c By the Author of to The Four Feathers AN ItIoRl ANTI ARIH IK IY THEODORE ROOSEVELT THE PANAMA CANAL By Secretary William II Taft tin RMI VN FMll RTS S SIi K- V n it RCpvI LcdrCIi I11e I t Ilr 16 tn ilk IIII1 II RI F H R i II I A1 III 1T11 r h J THE AMERICAN Three Short Serials Supplementing the Centurys Famous Series El career documents Illustrated IHK GENERAL HOWARDS RErflNISCENCES Jn1ecolled Iin In runt and other Itul cr of the tan Illustrated CIVIL WAR I ITELEGRAPJIi THE FINEST COLOR WORK OF THE MAGAZINES NEW SUBSCRIBERS whobeRin with November gc6 tin which number Mrs p Burnett great internatirnal novel The Shuttle begins may obtain free of charge if they ask for them on slbscrbinj the August September and Octo her tgo6 numbers tend thus get first tpters of Running Water the strong novel E W Masoti author 01 The Pour Feathers Thus sub scribers get fifteen numbers for the pricc f twelve Hiibwrijiliun price 1100 The Century Co Union Square New Yortt City tot W c6 tSea ir- EATEKLOUISLL- bTIQONE FARE FOR ROUNDTRIP BY RAILORRIVER MAR 1830 NrATA1WANDHISJk1u3tIUILf rumen Exkibirs aijd o1tertaTlttrction i ROOSEVELT PRESIDENT WILL j tOUC I I 13UTTEJ THE I t- t I f I i ISi I MSf- y y irL r a 4- ll f K Greater Louisville Exposition March 183- 0I r III- 2i1 Louisville ICy All In Readiness For of a are in in Ir SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT 4I UndertakIhave the stock of the ing Establishment of the late James 1 I iij and will carry a line of coffins f I and will hearseWW ii and I give sat gf 1 isfactionmjl- I Mr Scot BellI will have the management W J yk I in Dry GoodsIj Groceries Hardware andIFurniture Iand in a t I I t ftB I ILAHANT I Wm and family are sick W H Cox and wife think of entering college at Bowling Green soonClaud Norton went to port last Thursday on business Eugene Beavin was in Chenault SaturdayEugene Norton went to YoL I Heads Monday last to bo overseer of Mr Heads farm Miss Dona Below is in Cannel ton visiting friends LODIBURG Miss Mirl Basham has returnedl Home after a visit with Miss Ida AtorMr C Bandy who has been iin I Missouri returned home Friday Arthur Ator was in Louisville Thursday buying Spring goods Miss Eula of Bew 1 It 1 t J Jfil Spring Exclusive Styles Tailored Suits Skirts and Wraps Every woman wearing Gutman garment has the conscious feeling that none better Leaders Style- Progressive Methods Absolute Satisfaction Modest Price The Winning Points H J Gutman Co Inc LOUISVILLE I- aI II II II r entire IPayne complete shrouds furnish carriagies if wanted promise to entire jlm SCHOPP 1- I Dealer Clothing Shoes Coffirs Shrctids Everything Kept First Class Department Store mJI furl Stephens Claycomb Business Gowns Waists IiI leyvillc is visiting Miss Myrtle Deacon 1 Mr Eugene visited his parents at Lahant Saturday and Sunday and was accompanied home by Mr I C B Mays of Webster Mr Joe Clark the nurseryma- of I Paynesville was through hero last week and was the guest ofIE Miss A Bell Grant Thursday eveningChas Payne is able to be out after a severe attack of measles Miss Ethel Basham is on the sick list- Davis Bandy who is attending school at Union Star spent Saturday and Sunday at home Mr and Mrs Frank Basham are among the sick I Real Estate Transfers R L Newson to J W Hanks 24 acres of land one and onehalf miles southeast of Cloverport Consideration 1120 3R It Newsom to H F Johnson a 65 acre tract of landon Nigger Hill fo 1325 i4f i Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserableby- Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor by and one bv and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of older ordiseasedKidney trouble has IprevalentIfor a child to be born afflicted with kid neys If the child urin ates too often If the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot is soon realized It is sold druggists In fifty sizes cent You may dol1arII sample bottle mall weak free also pamphlet tell nom of amopRoot Ing all about it Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer 8c Co Binghamton N Y be sure and nentlon this paper Dont mako any mlstakelbutj remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y t+ on oven botti- PTOWN TOPICS The Tiling factory is working 25 men has one kiln afire and an other being set It is rumored that the Foundry will move into the building vacated by the Polk Canning Company It has just leaked out that sever al dutiful housekeepers of the East End recently allowed goldbrick to be unloaded upon them in the shape of feather bed ventil ators The pedestrian saleslady explained that the ventilators were the outcome of a long scien tifiic research that in tho olden days quills were used for the same purpose but the new ventilators were far superior to quills and that the now invention cost only 2 per dozen One lady invested in a half dozen and when her hus band came home to find six shin ing little tin tubes about an inch long with a market value of at most three cents he had a good one on 1 is wife A Highschool boy of 03 was a visitor at the school house on the hill recently Things were different a tnflle The radiators have taken place of the stoves a round which many a happy hour has been spent nndton which much good pepper has been wast ed to liven up matters during class hours One of the Profs was boasting of the fact that none of the socalled puppy love reigned as it did in days of yore and that there is more work done now by the pupils than in many years Litrle globules 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 CHENAULT Mrs J C Brodie is on the sick list Miss Frances Smith Stephensport is visiting Miss Bessie Gun ingham Mrs G A Uilliland and daughter Nellie Lee spent Sunday with Mrs J B Frymiro Rev Roberts Stephensport held service Sunday at Gethemenea Quite a number from here attended lastnweek J W French Ammons bought a nice head of cattle from several people around here last week N Mrs Wm Gardner of Irvington is here on a visit to the family of her fatherWm Beaven and family will move this week to their farm near Mobley ville Mr G P persuffered a severe bruise on his hand and hurt his ankle by a fall several weeks ago is very much improved now and thinks he will be able to do spring gardening Mr has for many years had a reputation for having the most carefully worked garden in town Died of Diphtheria The fouryearold child of Thos- r Hamilton of Victoria died Sunday of diphtheria IRVINQTON Mrs S V Conrad and baby and Mrs Joseph Sawyer of Clov orport spent Thursday visiting Mrs Ed McAfee Mrs L B Moremen andson Louis Bennett have returned from Brandenburg whore they were the guests of Mr and Mrs A W Moromen Mr and Mrs Harry H Kem per after a few days visit to relatives at Big Spring returned Mon dayI Mrs G L Brady and daughter Jessie will return this week from a visit to Mrs Tony McCoy of Louisville Mr A B Suter left Monday for Owenton for a ten days visit to his parents Mrs Virginia Calhoun left Mon day for Owonsboro for an indefinite visit to relatives Mrs W B Gardner spent soy oral days in Brandenburg last week the guest of Mrs Fannie RhodesRoland Smith spent Saturday in tho city on a business trip School closes at the public school Thursday after quite a successful eight months term under the management of Miss Mary Jou Mattingly PS principal and Mrs Leah Pate as assistant The Spring school will begin in a short timE with Miss Mary Joe Mattingly as teacher Mrs G T Marshall has re turned from a short trip to White Mills the guest of relatives Mr and MrsT Cornwall and daughter Miss Mary Corn wall were called to New Albany to attend the burial of Mr S R McClintick their soninlaw who died at his home Monday of ty phoid fever Rev J W Thompson of Louis ville filled his regular appoint ment hero Sunday and preached two splendid sermons The Ladies Aid of the Baptist church will hold their regular meeting on Tuesday afternoon at the church All the ladies are in vited to come- Leonard Giles of Gratz came Tuesday to be assistant cashier at the First State Bank in the absence of A B Suter while he is away on his vacation Mrs Nick Henry and baby left for Chicago last Saturday after spending several weeks here theI guests of her parents Mr and Mrs D W Henry Jim Thomas has purchased thoI pretty little home of Bob Bell inI the eastern section of town and will move his family there at once MM F II McGeheo left Monday for a visit to relatives and friends at Hardinsburg Dr C F Marshall wife and little daughter Ruth were in Guston Sunday tho guests of A O Marshall and wife Miss Mary Brown after a visit to Miss Harden at Lodiburg re turned home Saturday Miss Nannie Childs just arrived from Louisville Monday with quite a largo stock of Spring Millinery Everything stylishand just what you need and uptodate She will have her Spring opening some time next week Sim Payne purchased of Di L B Moremen the vacant house on Main street where the Cumber land people had their place of business and had it removed around the corner on his vacant lot After remodeling it considerably and making it attractive ho will bring on a new stock of generalmer chandise and resume business as formerlyHon M Jolly who has been seriously ill is greatly improved and hopes are entertained for his rapid recovery T O Blytho was in the city MondayHarry Major wife and children of Louisville arrived Saturday for an indefinite visit to Bate Washington and wife D C Heron was at home Sun dayMrs Nannie Washen will leave this week for a few days visit to Louisville r- II f I Had a Cough That Friends Feared Would End My Life I Took PerunaAnd r Well mi Mf w MRS GRACE JANSON Mrs Grace Janson BOO Madison street Chicago Ill writes Typhoid fever left me with a complication of diseases I had a terribl pain In my left side and had a cough that all my friends feared would soon ee my life My doctor came to see me three times a week but could do me no gooj He could not account for the pain In my left side and couldgive me nothing relieve me- About this time I began taking Peruna and before I had taken one bottle had hopes of getting better By the time I had taken the second bottle ark cough was entirely gone and 1 feltlike a new being i I took Just three bottles of Peruna and am entirely well and feel bette than I have felt for years I thank Ood and Dr Hartmaa formy recovery ij cases of chronic catarrh re MANYfrom a settled cold Women are especially liable to colds Those colds occur more frequently dur ing the wet sloppy weather of winter and spring than any other time of the WOMEN SHOULD BEWARE OF CATCHING COLD year Often they are not considered serious and are al lowed to run on or they are treated in such a way as to only palliate the symptoms while the cold becomes more deepseated and the patient finally awakens to the fact that sho has a well developed case of catarrh By reason of their delicate structure tho lungs are frequently the seat of a cold especially If there Is the slightest weakness of these organs Tho treatment of catarrh of the lungs Is also more difficult and discouraging than catarrh of any other organ of tho body It would be wise therefore to guard against It by every precaution possible Parana has boon found a most reliable remedy for coughs colds and catarrhal diseases by reason of the fact that it goes at once to tho very seat of tho truublo Will Travel West Breckenridge News- Cloverport Ky Dear SirsPlease change my paper from Hawesville 19 Glenwood Iowa as we are going to spend a month or six weeks in Nebraska and Iowa then will go to Seattle Washington but will notify you when to change again Yours very respectfullyI T L Caley Owensboro A cross and peevish child is not nat ural There is something wrong Usually its the stomach Use Cnsca sweet and put the stomach right and he sunshine will return to the babys ace Cascasweet is best for babies and children 50 doses 25 cents Sold by all druggists Mr Bill Lives In Hobart Mr J D Babbage Clqverport Ky Dear FriendPlease send the News to me at Hobart Oklahoma instead of 4244 Hunt avenue St Louis Mo This is as fine a country as I have ever seen The farmers are not all Mrs M P Jones Burning Spring Ky writes Wo have been using Peruna for sor time and have no hesitancy in roco mending it for the thousand and 01 ailments of humanity- No family should ever be without for it is an unfailing cure for colds ai It is an excellent remedy to prevent 11 relieve croup I Strong and Vigorous Since Peruna TikI Mrs Laura Benyo 83i Ann Cincinnati Ohio writes- I am entirely cured of catarrh the bronchial tubes by Peruna i chest feels strong and vigorous and seems as though I never had catarrh Whenever I am in need of medics Peruna will bo what I will take saved my life I shall always s- Ingpraiscs4One Bottle Brings Relief Miss Annie Huelsman R R Wright City Mo writes For years I was troubled with tarrh A friend advised Peruna W the first bottle 1 found relief I ke on taking it and am entirely well r through picking cotton yet and it almost time to plant again Hobar five years old and has a populatio 6000 and is an uptodate town in et respect I think it is destined to the leading town in southwest Okl homa Wishing you success in the future remain your friend Wm H Bell Hobart Okla Feb 28 1907 The winds of March have no ter to the user df DeWittsCarbolized Wi Hazel Salve It quickly heals chap and cracked skin Good too for board burns and undoubtedly the best lief for Piles Sold here by all dn gists Farm For Sale A good 212 acre farm 5 miles east Hawesville one mile from Skill station and school house onehalf m tom church and 1JU miles from t river Good 6room residence tern houses 2 large barns and other o buildings Will sell at a bargain a on reasonable terms For further pj ticulars call or wrlteJ 11 SHEAI BROS Skillman Ky Mules For Sale 4yearohorsesaletermswork stock I W R MOORMAN SON Glendeane Kyi I r CLOVERPORT PLANING MIL GREGORY COMPANY PROPRIETORS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY We have Contractor James M Lewis associated with us and furnish plans and estimates for buildings Our Mill Work is of good material and best workmanship and prices are reasonable 325squareOur best Ruberiod will last as long as the building Lawrence AI Murray Cleverpirt KtlckrI Iruder If Sinile Comb White Llihorns Single Comb Brown Logho Stttilei 15 ERs Il5lT Firth CviraitHl i