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Digital page images are linked to the text file. riir 1 7 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS v tun ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT r IIOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 20 1907 8 Pates NO 36 II L ILLING AT GLENDEANE obert Miller Fatally Shot By Vanmerkle i Powell ad Boy Was Attacked By four Brothers Who Were Apparently Hunting 8 Trouble a Robert Miller aged twenty years shot and almost instantly killed by Is Powell last Saturday night The killing was the re ult of a difficulty in which Miller and he four Powell brothers were engaged I The shooting occurred in front of W C particularssIhe tragedy are as followss Miller was at Moormans store jwhen the four Powell boysrVanmerkle jjpunk Wheeler aad Waltercame up I flThey at once began an argument with proIkeI as knocked down whereupon as again struck by another of the rothers and felled to the ground As i e was regaining his feet it is alleged h lat Vanmerkle Powell pulled his pistol l khd fired twice one of the balls striking Miller in the neck and ranging down i ard lodged in the breast near the I eart Miller turned and ran about ten I et and fell expiring in a few minutes S he only words that Miller spoke after jjtt was shot were Go for a doctor your Sjkve shot me Coroner Lee Bishop held an inquest jwtothe death of Miller on Sunday and Wndered a verdict in accordance with t e above statements fter the killing the Powell boys left scene and on Sunday were arrested heir home near Glendeane by deputy eriffs Arthur Beard and Finley Miller hey were taken to Hardinsburg and dged in jail to await their examining IIn- s1 18 Combo legho Igs l5t- rawlell Y trial which will be held today While as yet it is not known what started the ill feeling that terminated in the death of young Miller it is said that the trouble originated at Hardinsburg on the first day of Circuit Court and that since that time on several occasions the Powell bQYs had threatened Miller It is alleged that on the afternoon previous to the killing tne Powels had sent word to Miller that they intended to run him out of the Glendeane neighborhood Feeling against the Powells is very bitter in the neighborhood of the killing and it is said that a spirit of revenge on the death of young Miller was very prevalent among some of the citizens Tne Powell boys it is said bear un savory reputations and the report is tht they were drinking at the time of the difficulty Young Miller was the son of Dudley Miller and lived near Jolly Station He was a young man of good character and was very popular The funeral services were conducted by the Rev Dan Shacklette on Sunday afternoon and the body was buried in the cemetery at Jolly Station in the presence of one of the largest gatherings ever in attendance on a similar occasion at that plac- eSEWING PLANT BEDS Farmers Busy Making Arrange ments For Next Years Crop of Tobacco i Farmers are busy sowing plant beds these days The larger portion of the beds have been sown In speaking of the next years crop one who has long been familiar with the tobacco interests of the county said It is very evident from the talk of the farmers that a smaller acreage will be put to tobacco this year than last but when it comes to putting out the piants I would not be surprised to see the average acreage in tobacco At present however the talk among them is for quality not quantity and I be lieve that a strict adherence to this rule would bring the desired results that the tobacco growers of the county are striv ing after Mr Owen Rice of Tar Fork was in town Friday DEATH COMES TO JOSEPH C PORTER Lingering Illness Terminates Fa tally On Last Monday Morninjr Death on last Monday morning re moved one of the best known men in Breckenridge county when Mr Joseph C Porter passed away at his home in CloverportMr had been suffering for about two years from the effects of a cancer and for some time his family and friends as well as himselfrealized that death was only a matter of a short while The end came at 830 oclock and surrounding the death bed were his wife and several children All that skilled medical treatment could do to affect a cure of the fatal disease that was making fast inroads upon the health of the deceased was re sorted to by the family in the early stages of the malady He was taken to Louisville and underwent treatment from a specialist but with very little reliefMr Porter was in his seventieth year He was born in LaRue county on a farm adjoining the Lincoln birthplace in October 1869 He came to Clover port when in his nineteenth year and had resided here almost continuously since Mr Porter was twice married His first wife who preceded him to the grave many years was Miss Josie Compton of Cloverport Of this union there are four living children namely Mrs Alice Williams of Weightman Mrs George Mullen of Cloverport Mr Edward Porter of Owensboro and Mr Samuel Porter of Mattoon Ills His second wife who survives him was Miss Elizabeth Byers of Owensboro Mr Porter had always taken an ac tive interest in the affairs of Brecken ridge county and gave his best energies to her welfare He was one of the best known and most highly respected citi zens He served the county many years ago as deputy sheriff and offici ated in the capacity of constable in the Cloverport district several terms Deceased was a member of the Bap tist church and performed his obliga HAP SKY BROS t r can make better food with l I ftoyal ABSOLUTELY PURE Lighter sweeter more palatable and wholesome ROYAl RAKING POWDER co NwYORK tions in a Christianlike manner He was also a Mason of high standing Honest upright and ever ready to ex tend a helping hand to the needy Joe Porter won the friendship and admira tion of every acquaintance and the many sorrowing hearts that followed his body to the grave spoke volumes in praise of his innumerable good quali tiesThe funeral took place from the Bap tist church yesterday morning at 945 oclock conducted by the Cloverport lodge of Masons The burial was in the city cemetery Death of Young Girl Miss Eddie Leo Pate aged ten years and the youngest child of Mr and Mrs W N Pate of the Mattingly vicinity died on Saturday morning of inflamma tory rheumatism She had suffered in tensely for some time but her condi tion was not thought to be critical The deceased was a bright young girl possessing a happy disposition and she will be sadly missed in the home and among her friends Dr Simons will attend the Lbuisville exposition CREST OF FLOOD HAS BEEN PASSED The Ohio is on a stand today after a big rise The stage of the river is not as high as in January by over three feet Several houses along the river bank are standing in water and the lowlands on the Indiana side are completely inun datedThe bolts Tell City and Tarascon are tied up until the waters recede DEATH OF BABY GIRL Death visited the home of Dr and Mrs F L Lightfoot on last Friday morning at 630 oclock and took from them their baby girl Francis Lee Light foot aged sixteen months and eighteen daysThe baby had been ill three weeks suffering from meningitis with compli cations and from the first it was feared that the little ones vitality could not withstand the disease Francis Lee was an exceptionally bright child of a friendly disposition and won her way into the affections of GRAND SPRING OPENING H Saturday March 23O- ur stock of goods has arrived They were bought in the Eastern markets were shipped to us and are now on display in our store ready for the Spring trade We have aside one daynext Saturday March 23to show the people the swellest line of goods to be seen this season Come in on that day our stock and become acquainted with the styles that will prevail this Spring I Clothing Notions Shoes Hats Ladies and Gents Furnishings i every one who knew her Idolized by her parents her death has made desolate a happy home and cast a shadow of gloom over loved ones that time only can heal Consolation and sympathy of friends can avail little in dispelling the that hovers over the family but the thought that the little one is happier in a home above should give them comfort and solace Twenty Quests Mrs James Skillman gave a dinner party Sunday in honor of Mr and Mrs H H Kemper of Irvington and Mr and Mrs James Skillman of Owens boro The guests were Mr and Mrs Abe Skillman and daughters Misses Margaret and Elizabeth Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer and daughter Miss Marion Mr and Mrs Chas B Skill man O T Sldllman Mr and Mrs Leon McGavock Miss Florrie Hardin Frank and William i Henderson RouteGreater Louisville Ex position On this account a rate of 225 for the round trip from Cloverport to Louis ville and return will be made on March 18 21 23 24 28 and 30 Good to re turn April 1 UIVW v UW aA ttrI direct set Entertained White iii MARK OF MERIT Our line of Fitrite Clothes this season is the prettiest to be seen In point of style and durability they are unexcelled This spring they are prettier than ever and we have them in every popular color and style A SUIT OF FITRITE IS A SUIT OF FASHION Dress fashionably and economically The best dressed men wear Fitrite Our Shoes are the leaders We carry the wellknown brands of HamiltonBrown Co Friedman Bros and Thos Briggs Co The best wearers and the best sellers Have the style give you comfort and prove their quality Every article in our store appeals to the man of good taste From a collar to a suit of clothes you will note the distinctly fashionable You will be a veritable fashion plate when we dress you up THAT SPRING HAT It is here in all its glory and in the various shapes and colors We can suit you In the Spring a young mans fancy lightly turns to thoughts ofclothes and the good dresser will also turn his thoughts to us for his Spring outfit We have pleased in the past and this season will find us doing the same act on a larger scale We can delight you in our Furnishings department such as neckties shirts etc Dont let the date slip your memory Saturday March 23 Spring is here and you have to dress up Now Is the time Here is the place and you will be convinced of it if you attend our Grand Spring Opening IN THE BIG- STORE vwnr w You Spring examine Baking Powder gloom TH1SSNoEFOR8TYLZ CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY MItv S u r Ft M M y lrR f Y C s T rF r7 U l aryyY Ttf tfpc fI1fI I1 4 y h 4 c r f U + + t + c +I Partners off the Tide i o gfly+ iJOSEPH C LINCOLN Author Capn 1Cti Copyright 1909 by A S Barnes Co + 4 + + + + + + + + 11 ++ + i Want do you spoee tis asked ax Miss Prissy now thoroughly awoke The kitchen door had swung to but there was a great clatter of voIces be f hind It Miss Tcmpy was exclaiming and arguing Clara Hopkins who wad visiting the old maids during the ab w scnco of her folks from town nppar t ently was saying very little and a third person in a deep bass rumble tlf was explaining something or other t Land of goodness cried Miss Pris t kBy I hope It aint the minister and wrapperStitThe kitchen door was opened MIss i Tempy appeared beaming and there followed her Into the sitting room no loss a personage than Captain Ezra Titcomb The captains taco was the least bit redder than usual but he was otherwise ns suave nnd unmoved as It the time of his previous call had been but yesterday Instead of four years beforeWoll Prissy lie saId shaking hands with tho Invalid how are you tonight Most ready to come on deck anti take command No dont git up Eyemln Brad Poor Mim PriBsyl She patted hoi tumbled hair Into the most present i able shape possible hurriedlyI pulled the f red and white knitted afghan over c the wrapper and managed to gasp that iishei was gluil to nee the captain Then L she sat sllll and stared reproachfully at tiles Tempy I nut that lady was too excited to notice her sisters agitation She flut tered about the visitor like a hen with one chicken trying to hang up his hat 2droppingJ It blushing violently as she r collided with lilin in the attempt to pick it up end generally behaving as Miss Prissy said afterward like a born Bump Set right down capn she pleaded Were reel slid to see you What made you come to the kitchen door I couldnt think who twas could you I I Prissy Oh my wakes In her nervous haste she had pushed forward the hIlt armchair that had once been the throne of Captain Darl us but which owing to the Infirmities of age had for some time been kept j In the corner for show purposos only It had a weak lest and when Captain Titcomb planted himself on the worn black oilcloth cushion the Infirm mem ber promptlyI bent Inward and the captain slid gracefully to the floor Tempy oxrlalmed Miss Prissy In i a freezing tone Bradley laughed and a ran to assist the f illon one Miss Tem py now In a x rf vtly helpless state wrung her hand and stuttered Tim idea of clvlii him fathers chair erleil Mss Prissy TempyI have you pile loony I hope you alnt xhurt Capn Kara We never use that chair now It used to holnnx to fa ther Miss Tempy was heard to remark feebly thnt It looked HO like him She declared afterward that ube didnt r Hy It acedfully testing It beforehand He nt onre began to talk about the weather and Mian PrUsyH illuexs Rut the older later Interrupted him UB soon as the opportunity offered What made you come to the hack doom she naked z There wasnt an Instants hesitancy In the captains reply Oh he said lightly its ralnln a little and 1 thought I wouldnt muss upthem floor i of yours I know them floors of old ho added and laughed heartily Me continued to talk about tho floors end seemed to think his fear of soiling them a great joke Miss Tompy who was a trlilu more rational by this tune laughed with him but Miss Prissy seemed still curio You used to rome to the dude room door even when It snowed silo said Yes but I had ou my sea boots this time and theyre so big I tote hnf the road along with me Itomlndti me he added hastily just In time to cut off another inetlnn of what the old iiinu my dad I mean said about a colored cook he had aboard his ship once Dad said thut durkyH feet was the largest live things without lungs that he ever sow out of water Bradley thought he hind never seenr his partner HO willing even anxious to monopolize the entire conversation as he was that evening lie cracked jokos nod spun yarns without stopping to rest Clara come in after a little nnd seated herself quietly on the sofa She too Hccined a trifle nervous but the sisters did not notice It They were hypnotized by their callers live 0Jy ton uo and laughed like girls Miss Prissy grow more like herself every minuteDont go cnpn she pleaded as the visitor pulled out his watch and rose from the chaIrHI declare youre bettorn the doctor Much obliged Prissy but twas too much of a good thing that busted tho the cider Jug Two opposition doctors t In ono house would be like tho two Irishmen flglitln for the pig twas an Mlognnt row while it lasted but It killed the pig No I must be glttln1 on 1 loft my umbrella out in tho kitchen Clara bring the lamp will you ploasa Clara roso nnd started for the kitch en but Miss Tompy Intercepted her 4 s z v sntoXo no you set still Clara knows Just where tis she put it away Well I guess I can find It You neednt come Clara Yes here tis Good night Cnpn Titcomb I ITiope now youve found the way youll call again some cvenlu Bradley Ml be glad to see you and so will Prissy and tutu I Good night The captain walked briskly down to the gate Then as the door closed behind him he paused wiped his fore head with his coat sleeve and drew along breath There was Jubilation in the old maids room that night r- On Tuesday of the following week this telegram came Boston Mass Bradley Nickerson Orhom Mass Como my office Immediately ALPHEUB COOK Humph grunted Captain Titcomb Short and crisp like the old womans pie crust aint It Well Brad I guess youd better go Bradley agreed with him and hur rIed home to pack his grip He took care to tell Gus Sho rejoiced with him over the triumph they both felt sure was coming Youre succeeding Brad she said Everybody Is talking about it Im prouder of you than ever limit when will you be willing to have me tell people that were engaged Maynt I do that now Gus She paused nnd his hopes rose but then she shook her head It wouldnt be fair to you she said Sometimes I feel that I almost well like you enough to be content to stay In Orham all my life and work for you and with you Im trying hard to feel that way But at other times it seems as If I must get away to where the people neighI I bors affairs are great things being done and where the world moves You think Im Inconsistent dont you No it Is dull down here and most of tbe folks lire rather narrow Im afraid Gus you know what my busi ness menus to me Well if it will please you and you will come with me Ill give It all up even now and go back to the city and try It there Site smiled tenderly Youre a dear good boy she said but do you sup pone I should ever be happy again if III let you do that I The railway Journey to Boston had only one Incident worth notice At Buzzards Bay the Boston train meets that hound down the cape There was TIraelII wns walking up and down smoking when somebody shouted Hello Brad Xlckerson What are you doing here Brad turned and saw Sam Hammond Welir be exclaimed shaking hands with his old sent mate Whore are boundOrhamup the old graveyard anywayPretty quiet Just now Most of the summer folks have gone home You on another vacation Sam laughed Kind of vacation a fellow hands out to himself he an swered 1he wrecking company null I hud n row They tried to put ten mens work on me and I wouldnt stnn1 for It So I told em to go to the devil It put em In a hole all right lint nobodys going to walk on my neck If I know It Im going home to I loaf fir awhile I need n rest nnywny I Thru Ill go hack to New York and hook on with another crowd Theres plenty of em want mo but duly eRnI I wait lows all the girls Ins Baker pretty went I They talked for n few minute long er Sam asked how the anchor dragging trust was getting on Then the two trains started Bradley leaned buck In his seat in the smoker and meditated Somehow n conversation with Rum always made him blue He wished the fellow was not going to Orhnm Next morning bright still early he walkedI Into the coal kings olllre An Important young man with a pen liohlnd his ear disdained to notice him Whod you wish to see he naked after n dignified Interval Mr Cookthe older one answered Bradley Hes busy now likely to be busy all the morning What do you want to see him for Wont I do Dont know Im sure replied the wrecker gravely Ill speak to Mr Cook about It You see he was the one that sent for me so lie sent for you Oh excuse me I wish youd said so sooner Sit down please What name sir Nlckerson sir The young man much less Important hurried Into another room and returned at once Mr Cook Ml see you sir he said opening tine gate Step right Into his private ounce Mr Nlckerson The great Mr Cook was seated be hind his big carved desk The whole outfit looked rather formidable Ho stared at Bradley over his glasses Sit down he commanded Got my wire I suppose Yes sir Well whats your lowest price for the anchor and chain of the Liberty which I understand you have buoyed delivered on the Orhnm wharf Low est mind No trimmings Five hundred dollars All right you may take it up Ill give you four hundred cash for the Job Go ahead and work quick Good day Nlckorson glad to have met you Ho swung around to the desk and picked up some papers But Bradley did not goft Excuse me Mr Cook ho sold Our figure was five hundred not a Humph Well fives robbery Fours what Ill pay All right sir Sorry we cant trade Good morning Hold on there V shouted the owner of the Liberty Do you mean you wont raise the anchor Not for less than five hundred Split the difference Make it four fiftyNo sir Oh well hang it go ahead Five hundred thenonly dont bother me any more- But Bradley still hesitated There Is Just one thing more Mr Cook he said That chain has sanded In everyday since it has been on that bottom Sit down he commanded We may not be able to get up the whole of it We warned your tugboat skipper who was down there to look matters over Well do our host thoughOh youll got It Id be willing to bet that youd get up the everlasting foundations If you made up your mind to Say Nlckerson Mr Cook put his hands in his pockets and looked quiz zically at Bradley if you get sick of anchor dragging any time covie and see me Have a cigar to smoke as you go along Good day Bradley was happy He felt that when Cook Son should have future wrecking Contracts to give out Tit comb Nlckorson might be considered as bidders to be reckoned with CHAPTER XIII HERE exclaimed Captain T Titcomb ton days later I 7JriewI when the last section of the libertys chain hurt been laid on Orhnm wharf There that childs born nnd his names Adonlram Now then Brad what next more anchor drnggln Getting up that chain with a hand wlndles was It tough proposition but they hail done it finally The calm weather helped them here for though the heavy links hind sanded somewhat they managed to work the last one loose after n struggle Agate time part ners had longed for tile much talked of schooner with an engine but this time It was Bradley who did most of the complaining The captain merely look ed wise and winked knowingly Keep your head to windard son he remarked May bo Ill have n spriso party for you some of these days Bradley didnt know what lie meant and the captain wouldnt explain- In reply to the question concerning what wits to be done next the junior partner who WitS sitting on nn overturned salt mackerel tub aboard the IJnlc asked a question In his turn Capn KK he said do you remem ber that schooner loaded with tar that foundered on the flats off Calebs point lost March The ojie we 1 lanted when we were drugging for Andersons author that time Captain Titcomb nodded Yup ho said She hlongod to n Boston firm seems to me Lots see what was their names t Colton Lee Co They are on Com mercial street Well I went lu to see em when I was up to Boston You did yes That for hits stuck In my mind ever since you told mo about It It was In barrels you see and Its harder than Pharaohs heart natural ly so time suIt water hasnt had time to hurt It any to speak of Obed told me that the schooner was Insured and the cargo wasnt So I thought Id go lu and see the owners Well theyd pretty nearly forgotten about the tar I suppose It hud been charged to profit nnd loss long ago We talked and I told em thnt I might perhaps be able to save a few Imrrcls only ft few of course The upshot of it all was that I bought the whole cargo 840 barrels Just ns It lies on tho bottom for 25 cashYou didnt I lid It was 25 more than they ever expected to get at that Now capn our agreement wns that no new move should be entered Into without time consent of both partners This deal wns so all In the air ns you might say that I didnt say anything about It until Id seen the owners Now If you feel that we cant raise enough of the stuff to pay for the trou ble Ill let the twentyfive como out of my pocket and call It n fine for being too smartYou do no such thing We can git out enough of that tar to make that up twice over oven with the back number rig weve got But if we hail a dlvln kit and a diver Id be wlllin to bet we could save two or three hun dred barrels maybe more Thnts what I thought So I spent nearly three hours cruising up and down Atlantic avenue nnd rummaging In ship stores and such places And Capn Ezra I know where wo can buy a complete fit out second handpumps pipes divers suit and the whole busl C a A t hen Ia ow I Mn 0on ror 300 Just for u flier I paid IU and got nn option on it for n week No You didnt Brad NIckerson heros where the old man takes his lint off Youve got me beat hull down Ill be askln you for n mates Job ylt Three hundred and fifty Dirt dog I cheapIm glad you feel that way capn Of course a diver Ml be expensive Tin salvage company will charge us any where from 15 to 20 a day for a good one And theres where 1u afraid the whole speculation tolls down Wo dont know how that tar lies whether the hulls broken up whether the barrels are sanded over or not It might take so long to get It out that wed lose money The captain with both hands Jam med Into his pockets his beckets he called them wns pacing up and down Ive got your diver boy I he cried That Is Ive got him if you say the word Five dollars a day too in stead of fifteen Where In the world Right hero In Orham And lies had plenty of experience Whats the mat ter with Sam Hammond Sam Hammond Sam why Capn Ez what are you talking about Sun told me himself thut hed come home to rest Hes going back to New York In 11 little while lIe wouldnt work for usWouldnt hey Brad twas the fel ler with ono leg that was too religious to dance Sams out of a Job Maybe he fired the boss maybe the boss fired hint All I know Is that he told me last night hed dive for us at 5 per Course hed only do It to help us out but thats nil right I dont care it theres a hole in the bag so longs the cookies are inside And so that is how Samuel Ham mond late of the Metropolitan Wreck- Ing company of New York came to on tor the employ of Titcomb Nicker son to whom he hind contemptuously referred as anchor draggers But it Bradley supposed for a moment that Sam would change his patronizing at titude because of the move he was much mistaken Mr Hammond laughed when he boarded the Lizzie asked facetiously if this was the vessel or only the long boat and poked fuu at the whole outfit generally Ho gave each member of the crew to under stand that he was only doing this for awhile to help out Brad He said that puttering around this way was such a change for him that it was the best fun of his vacation He took pains to make his position plain In tho minds of the townspeople Captain Jabez Bailey told Bradley lu a confidential whisper Its mighty good of Sum to turn to and help you and Ez out of a hole I hope you appro elate it Bradley said he appreciated it fullyEven Gus was Inclined to view the matter In that light Sum saw to It thut she dill lIe called at the Baker homestead pretty often and whoa Bradley wus there treated the latter in a Jolly good fellow sort of way that couldnt well be resented but which had always in it thnt aggravating fla vor of pitying patronage Bradley felt that he was placed in an awkward null humiliating position He told Gus so plainly Gus he asked do you think Its fair to allow Sam to call here as he does 1 A more experienced Indies man Captain Titcomb for Instance would not have selected this particular even ing to bring up this particular subject Gus was In one of her uncertain moods She hind refused to be serious before and site was not serious now Why Bradley Nlckerson she ox clnlmed with a laugh I do believe youre Jealous No Im not Jealous exactly But why do you let him come horof Brad dont you trust me Of course I trust you Then why nre you suspicious or what are you afraid on This very direct question was em bnrrasslug Bradley felt certain that he hail good reason to be suspicious of Hammonds Intentions but he knew he hind no actual proof that would wnr rant his saying so He stammered and could reply only that be didnt like the fellows cnlllng so often Bradley went home Injured and resentful He made up his mind that Gus shouldnt have another chance to call him Jealous He could show her that there were others who didnt care He plunged into business deeper than over Time diving outfit came from Boston and worked well They visitedI the sunken tur schooner and Sam mnde his first dive Captain Titcomb who understood the apparatus worked the pump Sam reported that the tnr seemed to be in good condition and that for tho present they could get up a number of the barrels through the hatchway Later they might have to blow away a part of the hull So every fair day they worked over the wreck Sam in the divers suit clambered down Into the submerged vessels hold and attached the barrels to the tackle Then by time aid of the wIndlass they were hauled up nnd swung aboard the Lizzie By the first of October they had already got out over 200 barrels and Sam said that ho sow no reason why all of the 800 might not be secured In the course of time The tar speculation was already a very profitable one and the credit belonged to Bradley Continued next week CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought V Bears the Slgnaturoof WOMEN IN HOSPITALS Experiences of Mrs Rockwood and Miss Tierney I MISS MARGARET TIERNEY MRSCHASAROCKWOOD A large proportion of the operations performed in our hospitals are upon women and girls for some organic troubleWhy should this be the case Because they havo neglected theta selves as every one of these patients in the hospital beds had plenty of warning in those dragging sensations pains at left or right of abdomen backaches nervous exhaustion in flammation ulceration displace ments and other organic weaknesses All of these symptoms are indica tions of an unhealthy condition of the female system and if not heeded the penalty has to be paid by a dangerous opqration When these symptoms manifest themselves do not drag along until you are obliged to go to the hospital and submit to an opera tion but remember that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs has saved hundreds of women from surgical operations Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compounds has Aired more cases of feminine ills than any other one remedy Such letters as thefollowing suffering any Mrs trouble may located and Out vast probably very that and Ask Mrs Pinkhams Best The Original Assassins Assassin to Dr Mur rays dictionary so much Its original application us to be uted chiefly the of n public per who Is generally hired1 or de to the deed and alms purely at the of The were Moslem far who flourished In the I el union at the time the were commissioned by their chief time the Mountain to murder and lenders took their nnme from the thug with 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continued New York urged Veget proper thanks other in of Pastor just coming from church Hello Seppl Why are you looking so unhappy Soppl Because I have Just lost 5 crowns at cards Pnstor Thnt the punishment for not coming to church Soppl Yes But the two win ners they werent at church elfier Bombe For Catarrh let me send you free just to prove merit H Trtnl size Box Otj Dr Shoop s Catarrh Remedy It isyj snow white creamy healing auliseptivjj balm that givis instant relef to Ca tarrh of the nose and throat Make the free test and see A dress Dr Shoop Racine Wis Large jars 50 cents Sold by Severs Drug Co The great sulphur bottom whale of the Pacific ocean is so for as known the largest animal that ever lived on this planet One specimen of these marine monsters which was measured was ninetyfive feet In length and thir tyfive feet In girth Its estimated weight was 204000 pounds VJit4 tNJ r I NEWSFFICE iWebsters I DictionI words and meanings 1009 Eastmau Kodak No 3 Series Price v 1900 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and we will mai I a 22 tIn short stem fine human hair switch to match If tenrInclose 5 cents postage Irs A Lord Louisville Ky S8 4th Ave Room 402 rf Put Your Mttey where It will grow under t your own Control and prow I fiistrr than In nny other r 1 i sat way Write for our free1 Ixoklet N whkh tells all Simirl Ii from aUf part nf thrStatr tie aya pinint interestey arnuuily our apltul se 7Narcsyou op old FASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a ornecessity in the hygienic care of the wn person and for local treatment of ou feminine ills As a wash its cleansing ese germicidal deodorizing and healing red qualities are extraordinary For sale Illrat Druggists Sample free Address tedThe R Paxton Co Boston Mass H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law KYLall of it ItCourts of and adjoining tour ties Special attention given to collectln road cases and criminal practice License v practice in United States District Courts Office vet Bank of Hardi- nsburgBrightest Snappiest BestThe LouisvilleTimes fills tho bill Publishedevery week day afternoon You keep posted on EVERYTHING when you read THE TIMES Regular yearYouBRECKENRIGE NEWS Both One Year For OC Combination 00only pta Price Send your order to this paper BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky KIILTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PrieDFOR100 JOLDS Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB- LESt or MONEY BACK V MAY HAVE TO TALK Interstate Commerce Commission May Ask Courts to Open Harrimans Mouth TO CONFER WITH ROOSEVELT Railroad King and the President of the Republic Have Made an Appoint ment for an Interchange of Opln Ions on Railway Matters Washington March 11 Chairman Knapp of tho Interstate commerce commission said today that so far aa tho commission Is concerned tho tak ing of testimony In the Investigation of tho Hnriman linos Is closed but that the commission has under consul eration the advisability of asking tho United States circuit court for the southern district of Now York to com pel Mr Harriman to answer certain questions which he did not answer to the satisfaction of tho commission when ho was on the witness stand in New York Pending such action Mr Harrimans counsel asked to bo heard before the commission April 4 which request was granted and that date was recently fixed for arguments Chairman Knapp explained that the commission alone has power to con elude testimony in tho case and that it will reserve the right If it sees fit to reopen tho case at any time Mr Harriman will have a confer ence with President Roosevelt next Thursday When Mr Harrimans counsel asked for the hearing on April 4 at which time they want to present arguments regarding the contention that the Union Pacific and Southern Pacific are parallel and competing Lass It was understood by the com son that If Mr Harrimans coun 11a eel desired to submit additional testi mony on thatdate they mlgjit do so and also If the commission desired to bring out any now point It would but that any such additional testimony if at all would be brief Asked if Mr Harriman was likely to go on tho stand in such event Chairman Knapp replied that if Mr Harriman desired to take the stand ho would be per mitted I IGREAT NAVAL DISASTER One of Frances Finest Battleships Blows Up Toulon March 13A terrible dis aster occurred hero last evening The powder magazine on board the French I reIsuit Captain Adlgard the battleship Captain Vertlez chief of staff of the Mediterranean square ron and from seventy to eighty blue jackets are dead while Rear Admiral Manceron and hundreds of other men are suffering from injuries some of them horrible In their extent Naval circles are aghast and the public is stunned by the appalling catastrophe coming so soon after tho loss of the French submarine Lutin In which six teen men met death AN OCEAN TRAGEDY Vessels Founder In North Sea and ThlrtyFour Are Drowned Berlin March 11A dispatch from Cuxhaven reports the loss of thirty four lives by the foundering of two vessels a Gorman cargo steamor the George Wottern and a trawler dur ing a heavy gale In the North Sea The dispatch says no further details have been received but that It is be lieved those drowned comprised all aboard both vessels- TwentyTwo Drowned In River Redding Cal March 12 Twenty four Greek laborers started to cross the Sacramento river in a boat at Pitt The boat capsized and twenty two of the men were drowned DAMAGES DEMANDED Sugar Trust Defendant In an Action for Millions New York March 9A suit asking for 10000000 actual and 30000000 tentative damages has been commenc ed in the United States circuit court by the Pennsylvania Sugar Refining company against the American Sugar Refining company H 0 Havomeyor Its president and others The action grows out of the failure of Adolph Segal in Philadelphia whose bank ruptcy involving millions was ono of the financial sensations of tho last year coupled as it was with the death of Bank President Frank S Hippie of Philadelphia An Early Hearing Promised Boise Idaho March 9 Attorney Hawley chef prosecutor In tho case of the stato against Moyor Haywood and Pettibone officials of tho West ern Federation of Miners says that the case aGainst time federation offi clals who are charged with complicity In the assassination of ex Governor Stouonberg probably will be called for trial about the middle of April i- Britons to the Rescue Victoria B C March ItH M 8 Shearwater is loading stores and provisions at Esqulmault for a trip to South America to protect British Interests endangered by the war In progress Between Nicaragua and Hon duras y 1C fl f I ITO BETTER SOCIAL CONDITIONS 1 rit lfPIP1 MM KUSSErL SAGE Mrs Russell Sage has set aside 10 000000 for the endowment of a foun dfithjii whose object will lhe the Im pro merit of social and living condl lions in the United States- STATEHOODi IS NEAR Little Remains Now to Close the Deal for Oklahoma Guthrie Okla March 14By a pro vision In the report of the committee on schedules adopted by the constitu tional convention today time present laws of Oklahoma not repugnant to the constitution shall bo in force in the new state The report further provides that the constitution shall take effect as soon as the presidents formal proclamation is Issued and that all incorporated cities and towns in the two territories shall continue their corporate existence under the new state laws A disposition of civil and criminal cases now pending Is made by ordering their transfer to the new Oklahoma supreme and dirtrlct courts President Murray has named a steering committee of seven to as sure adjournment this week ORDINANCE INVALID On This Ground Irlquols Theater Man ager Goes FreeIDanville Ul March 11ln the trial of Will J Davis of Chicago on tho charge of manslaughter growing out of the Iroquois theater fire in 1903 Judge Kimbrough Immediately follow- Ing four days argument by counsel on the validity of the ordinance un der which Davis was indicted render ed an oral decision In which ho held void that part of the ordinance upon which the Indictment was returned He therefore called In the jury which had not been allowed to hear the ar guments and directed the jurors to return a verdict of not guilty This was done and the court directed the sheriff to release the defendant This I terminates for all time any criminal action against Mr Davis on account of the Iroquois fire Many Want Pensions Washington March 12 Commis stoner of Pensions Warner states tha 185000 applications for pensions have been filed under the service pension law enacted during tho last month of the session of congress just closed The commissioner estimates that 300 000 applications will be received un der the new law which allows the granting of a pension for service In the Mexican and civil wars at the rate of 12 a month to veterans sixty two years of age 15 to those sixty five and 20 to those who are seventy years of age- Workmen Fainting From Hunger Lodz Russian Poland March 13 Thero appears to bo little prospect of an early termination of the lockout here although most of the working people are reduced to a condition of semistarvation and are ready to ylj ld unconditionally The ambulances are kept busy succoring workmen wlio faint in the streets from hunger and exposure while scores of peacef uF pas sersby continue to be beaten with the butt end of rifles and knouted by the soldiers in conflicts with the strikers Orders Modified Washington March HIn a letter to Secretary Garfield President Roos evelt has directed a modification of the orders issued under his direction last year withdrawing certain lands from coal entry Conformably to the presidents directions about 28000000 acres of coal land will be immediately opened to entry with other lands to bo opened as rapidly as tho geological survey can make those proper exam inatlons Ferocious Russian Robbers Yellsavotgrad Russia March 15 An estate in this vicinity was attacked by robbers who bound and decapitated the proprietor five laborers and a woman Two witnesses of the slaugh ter a soldier who hid In a haystack and a child lost their reason Tho booty obtained by the robbers amount ed to 1000 Went to Mothers Rescue Solon 0 March 11 Richard Ken nedy Jr twenty years of ago struck his father Sunday with a baseball bat killing him Instantly His father and mother wore quarrelling and tho son came to his mothers rescue dealing his father time fatal blow Washington March 12J Plorpont Morgan of New York was in confer once with President Roosevelt for two hours last night He asked the president to grant an interview to four railroad presidents which request was granted ta 1 N l f PROGRESS OF WAR Somo Late Details of the Neighbor hood Dispute Between Honduras and Nicaragua BONN LLA IS IN THE SADDLE President of Honduras Personally Heads His Troops and Reports a Succession of VictoriesNicaragua Sends Equally Optimistic Reports New Orleans March 12A steamer arriving today brings time following telegrams from Puerto Cortez Hon duras describing the recent battles between Honduras and Nicaragua San Pedro de SulAn exploring party of Honduras troops attacked the enemy In considerable numbers at Xaniasique capturing three advanc t d positions dislodging them from the town and driving them from the vicin ity Time losses of the Nicaraguan forces were numerous The Honduran attacking column was small ad vancing under command of Colonel Leecano Lardisabel in the face of an artillery fire Rifles ammunition and stores were quantitiesI hand in their fight that although num boring several hundred they were powerless to return even within close proximity to Namaslque The fight ling lasted four to five hours without material lots to the Honduraneans The NIcaraguan forces attempting reprisal for the capture of Namasique attacked Honduran cavalry in Yusgu are but wore repulsed General Kmiliane Cromorro attack ed Old Dr pilto where the Nicaraguans had 400 men and completely defeated them taking fifty prisoners and cap turing cannon rifles and ammunition and eighty mules No loss of life was mentioned In this dispatch but that there were fatalities Is evident from a tolegram saying that Hondureanean losses were comparatively insignifi cantOther dispatches include an order of President Donilla appointing Sat urnino Medal to be tho inspector gen eral of tho army of the republic who will act In my bohalf and shall be obeyed by all authorities Tho taking of the field by Manuel Bonllla in person at time head of the troops occasioned the following tele gram from Teguslgalpa The pren once of the president at tho head of the army has completely changed the situation Enthusiasm has grown to such an extent that many persons of all classes have followed the chief to share in th danger at his side Th military operations have become ac tive PITTSBURG FLOODED Highest Water in the Citys History Is Registered PUrsburg March I5With an estimated property damage of 10000000 time enforced idleness of over 10POOO peraous almost tho complete suspen sion of Pittsburgh manufacturing plants the sacrifice of fourteen lives which will probably be increased to twenty train service annulled trolle I service out of commission telegraph and telephone linos crippled between 20000 and 30000 persons homeless I hundreds of homes undermined andI ready to collapse theaters closedIguests marooned in hotels of families living In the second story of their homes and nearly all the I downtown section of Plttsburg underwater is the record established by a sudden rise in the Monongahela AllfI gheny Ohio and tributary rivers which were swollen abnormally by the combination of warm weather melting snows and general rain throughout western Pennsylvania and West Vir ginia during tho past forty oight hours Schools Reopened to Japs San Francisco March 15Nlno little Japanese girls who had applied for admission to the Redding primary school were admitted today after an examination as to their knowledge of the English language THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Livestock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 75c No 2 red 76c Corn No 2 4714c Oats No 2 mixed 43c Hay Clover 1600 1700 timothy 1SOO2000 millet 1300 t 1500 Cattle 250 tJJ Goo Ilogs5OOC 700 Sheep 25052V Lambs Qj1750At Wheat No 2 rod 80c Corn No 245c OatsNoI 46c Cattle 450C 76 Hogs 450710 Sheep 2500ifi25 Lambs450CSOO- At Chicago Wheat No 2 red 70c CornNo 3 484c OatsNo 2 42 ftc Cat tieSteers 450CC85 stockers andI feeders 276625 Hogs500 C97H Sheen 500C G25 Lambs 600800 Livestock at New York Cattle 490680 lIogi690ij 760 Sheep 400B50 Lambs675 3 825 At East Buffalo Cattle 400G65 IIogs550 735 Snoop 300575 Lambs 600 810 Wheat at Toledo May 79c July 79C cash 77c7 TRY THE- VULCAN VULCANCHILLED PLOWS made The Vulcan Plow Co EVANSVILLE IND Well Finished Strong Durable Light Draft Rib Strengthened Mold Full Chilled Shinpiece Interlocked Point Land and Standard Point has Face Chill Wide Edge theSTRONGET When 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Tho Restorative r aches throughout the entire system seeking the repair of all nerve all UMUC and all blood ailment The Night Cure as Itt name implies dose Its work while you iloep It soothes sore and imam ed mucous surfaces heals local weaknesses and discharge while the IlesUHntlve eases nervous amblUonIstrength vigor and energy Take Dr Shoops Restorative Tablet or Liquid lisa general tonic to the system Fur positive local help use as well ShopsNight SEVERS DRUG CO Tile DodgingPeriod of a woman life Is the name often given toII change of life Your menses come At long Intervals and grow scantier until they stop The change lasts three or four years and causes much pain and suffering which can however be cured by taking OFCARDUI Womans Refuge In Distress It quickly relieves the pain nervousness irritability miserableness fainting dizziness hot and cold flashes weakness tired feeling etc Cardul will bring you safely through this dodging period and build up your strength for the rest of your life Try It You can get It at all druggists in 100 bottles EVERYTHING BUT DEATH- II suffered write VlrcinU Robson of East ern bid until I took cardul which cured me 10 quickly It surprised myMoctor who didnt know I was taking It J l iff JI gdilF J LOUISVILLE EVAr SVlll E PACKET COI- IKCOBPOHATMVf t I I IptMftiland Fa eeafcer Lint between Louisville sad BvBbs vilh- tHawerl Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Jloiidey Vuno dRY Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and parser ci tickets to Cincinnati Fieijjbl blFo irenls delheud quicker that b- rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville X176 Clovorport to Evntuville 175 Cloverport to Owemboro 70 Splendid ncccniniodkticns for etcck GeneraiOffice 15415PJ68 4th al Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and P A GEOH WILSON Scottt- II I IL II TABLEEAST Dally Fast Train lonvis Clovorpo 517 AM stops at Howard on flag only rrlve at Louisville 725 A M No 1 12 iTally Mall and JfcsprossleavesOlo verport fl39 A bL stops at all1 way stations wires Loulsrlllo 1215 p in Train No 114 Dllly faJ mall leuves Clo verport 41 p m stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 735 p m Train No149 Dally Glovorport accommo dation arrives Clovorport 8 SO p m WEST BOUND I acoommodattorleavesvllle 900 am expressllvesHawesvtlle Lewlsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 790 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dully ar rives Cloverport 740 p m BvansVille 103 p in Stops at all stations No 115 dully St Louis fast train leavesClo verport 11 00 P 11 arrives Fvarwvllle 1 35 A M St Louis 740 A M stops st Ilawesvile Owonsboro and nenderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between LoulHvtllo and Kvansvllle Through sleeping furs and reclining chair cant on trains 145 and 140 between Louisville aMl St Louts Fordsvllle Branch EAST BOUND Train No L daliy oxeept pnday leaves fordsvllle430 11 Drives irvington 340 a m Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaver ordsvIllQ 320 It m arrives Irvlmcton 520 p tu Train No 6 Sunday only Fordsvlllc830a m Irvington e03 a m v1 WESTBOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlnfjton 650 a moo arrives Fordsv ill e 245 pmTrain No5 Dally leaves Irving ton 850 m arrives Kordsvlile 825 p m M IJ1I i i 1 1BRECKENRIDGE ttNO D BARRAGE SONS Publishing Co 1 r Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price f100 a year or rF yearFf OABD3 Of THAN KS over five lines charged r linerVAte of 5 l ells per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If It Is i sot correct uleaso notify as When ordering a chanpo In the address nbscrlbers should give their old as well as the new address f EIGHT PAGESt i WEDNESDAY MARCH 20 1907 ii TAR FORKtIIntrn to the wife of Owen Sawn t f dors on the 9thaI boy Mrs Len Keenan who has been seriously ill is improingd Frank Burdette is expected to S visit his parents Mr and Mrs Gid Burdette the middle of June He is a telegraph operator in Chicago and has been absent threeI yearsAlvin Furrow of Beach Fork vicinity will teach the publicI school at Ryans schoolhouse Prayer meeting at Cave Spring church every Sunday evening at 2 oclockJNorvin Chancellor and Virge Newton were in Cloverport last SaturdayIvan I Robbins began carrying the mail last Wednesday on the new route to Cloverport The old route to McQuady is discon tinned The American Society of Equit meets at Ryans schoolhouse oc casionally This neighborhood i pretty well organizedwith some enthusiastic members Regular church meeting day a I Cave Spring Saturday before th fourth Sunday j Cures Blood Skin Diseases Lancer 1 Greatest Blood Purifier Free l 1 1Ifyour blood is impure thindisease- hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncleseating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and I bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains I catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm I B B B Soon all sores heal 1 II and pains stop and the blood is made i pure and rich Druggists or by express E1 per large bottle 3 bottles for 250II or 6 bottles for 500 Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga t B B B especially advised for chron c ic deepseated cases as it cures after all else fails- CRADLE ROLL IS GROWINGcI The Cradle Roll which was establss- ed some weeks ago in the MethodiV- Sunday school is increasing its member ship and all babies whose parents de sire them to become members arc cor l wally invited to join The members I enrolled now are Carrie Mae JucksonI Samuel Edward ConradMary Aranint- Currie aLathrope Tracy Reid Jr Ver Graham Jolly Mary Margaret Adams Lucile Almedia RyanCurrie Neubeaur Margaret Elizabeth Tatum Warnetta Yeager Katie M Potts Lewis Newsom Beavin William James Harris Mildred Niomi Morrison Raymond Earl Morri I i sonMembershipi cards will be gladly given upon request by the Cradle Roll Super intendent Miss Louise Babbage c t Does Yourt Heart Beat Yes 100000 times each day Does it send out good blood i or bad blood You know for llgood blood is good health bad blood bad health And you know precisely what to AyersIe JhaveJ r I Also mtauthoturer or i HAIR VIGOR I rjersWlEI1RY PEAOKAL 0WIIsom so secret l fepablhhIthe tormnlss ot1ll ourasdlatnss I N DEATH COMES B TO MRS DITTO I Wife ot William Ditto Dies at Home In Brandenburg Lov able Character And a Devot ed Mother Taken In The Prime of Life Mrs Mollie McGhee Ditto wife of William Ditto of Brandenburg died at her home Wednesday night March the thirteenth after a long illness Though death was expected at any time it came as a great shock to the family asher condition seemed unusually strong all that day After eating a hearty- a hearty upper she se t fur a few hours and awakened seemingly just to hold of eternal life for which she had a sweet hope and a clear faith lrs Ditto was a devoted and consistant member of the Baptist church A favorite pastor of hers the Rev Hagan was called from Hodgensville to con the funeral services which were held Friday morning from the home iin Brandenburg and were concluded at the McGhee homestead The remains were interred in the McGhee family grave yardMrs Ditto was thirtynine years of age the fourth of December and before her marriage she was Miss Mary Eliza beth McGhee daughter of the late Junius McGhee of Meade county Besides her husband she leaves one dau ghter Cornelia and two sonsFred andI Holten The following brothers andI sisters survive Mrs George Brown Chicago Mrs Holenberg and Willi McGhee of Louisville Joe McGhee of Cincinnati Misses Graham and Minnie Lee McGhee and Clay McGhee of Brandenburg The many floral designs sent by friends and relatives were beautiful tributes to Mrs Dittos memory Mr and Mrs George Brown of Chicago rand Mrs J D Babbage of Cloverport Mr and Mrs Will McGhee Mrs Hoi Peckerypaugh dI Houston Fairleigh of Louisville and- S Abe Ditto of West Point attended th elI uneral tFhrm For Sale easteof Hawesville one mile from Skillman station and school house onehalf mile from church and 14 miles from the river Good 6room residence2 tenant houses 2 large barns and other outbuildings Will sell at a bargain and padr ticulars call or writeJ M1 SHEAR S BROS Skillman Ky In 1897 I had a stomach diseaset Some physicians said Dyspepsia some Consumption One said I worlds not live until Spring For four years I ex isted on boiled milk soda biscuits and doctors prescriptions I cull not di gest anything I ate then 1 picked u 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 bottle all the gold iin Georgia could not buy In two months I went back to my work as a machinist and in three months I was well and hearty May you live long and Gahoftthe great good that is daily done ever where by Kodol for Dyspepsia It is sold here by all druggists NARROW ESCAPE BOYat Scott Barger the little three earol son of Mr R A Barger of Union Star met with an experience one day last week that will not soon slip his memo ory The little fellow was playing around a saw mill and got astride the belt that carried the circular saw T engine was started without the boys presence being detected and he was carried around the fly wheel and to the floor In making the circle t little fellow was lying with his head downward and that he was not kille is a miracle As it was his back a badly bruised FARMERS INSTITUTE To Be Held at Hardinsburg Friday and Saturday April 5 and 6 A Farmers Institute will be held at Hardinsburg on Friday and Saturday April 5 and 6 Hubert Vreeland Commissioner of Agriculture has so notified i the Farmers Club of this county An interesting program is being ar ranged and one that will be instructive to farmers The manuscript books of the ninth tenth and eleventh centuries seem to be all written by the same hand Thla was due to the Influence of Chart maIne who selected a particular style of handwriting adopted it and ordered Tery scribe to write after Wat as a q I mflf tIfi fIIJi1 J I UPe TO THEINWHO THE AND THE WAGON WILL AB TIME ISTHEfij RULES AT THE FERTIiii BE GIVEN AS BUY YOUR 21 LIZERS HERE AND WIN THE OUR LINE IN THESE GOODS AND THT PRICES ARE RIGHT NOT ONE WHIT THE WAGON WAS fl1 ARE ROYAL BEAUTY PLOWS CIA CAIII 10 INCH CUT ri MOLINE BLUE BIRD STEEL d II BEAM PLOWS 11 INCH CUT J lii 12 INCH CUT 12 50 II MOLINE DUTCH GIRL DISC ROW 20 TO 25 THE GOOD RIDING PLOW I FOR 33 I 40FORli SWIFTS FIRST AND 135 PER HUN ONION POTATO AND GROW 165 PER 7 CT POTASH AT OF ON OF ALL FOR THE BY OF fa GET OR BE IN THE FOR n Rev Ky March 14th 1907 Dear last Feb 8thI need not how old was one I shall not never forget by reason of the ex on that by my and The church gave me a overcoat The W M Union of the church a watch you see I feel like I am am known tohave the time I also feel the of how I present myself to these good people The is often now overcoat unbut toned with left hand in left trouser thusyfobs seen of some women Truly the Lord has caused the lines to fall unto one of His humble servants in places Yea I have a goodly His grace Ps 166 Our work is along nicely at them for the best year in and church work during the relation We have our mission work and are greatheUnion at both places are in the of the upon and love that acts at present time of and in with no idea of going out of business but with the purpose of on the back shelf those who are not co I hope all will And last but not least we have organ ized and going to push to success I Home and Cradle work of the school Bros Curry and Graves have a after the babies but we have decided to help gather these little children that are here and might chance to come this way The lady selected as for this Cradle Roll work has but one and he is too big to roll so we selected her to look after other little for us We hope to succeed in all these lines of work In of these out looks we do not forget that we also have the element in both of these along with the Of course this gives the1 J Interest Manifest in Our Wagon Contest DONT CHANCE HIGHCLASS TRIAL GUARANTY SALES FAILS IZ REMEMBERHE PRESENTS GREATEST AMOUNT TICKETS ACCORDING EXPIRATION ALLOTED WINNER SOLUTELY ADVERTISED FARMING IMPLEMENTS FENCING OVERFLOWING HIGHER THAN BEFORE OFFERED OURr LINES UPTODATE BLOUNTS plUDU MISSOURI II50 MISSOURI HA- RI ENOUGH FERTILIZERS ALWAYS tBBEST SUPERPHOSPHATE riDRED TOBACCO IER HUNDRED it CLOSES THE CLOSE THE 30TH DAY APRIL II AND WAGON MUST THEIR THE FIRST DAY MAY YOUR BUGGY SURRY ELSE YOU NEED QUICK AND THE I IlSm ItB iB Lewis Thanks Cloverport NewsMy birthday mention soonperhaps kindness pressed occasion churches- p Cloverport Stephensport Stephensport splendid Cloverport handsome fobSo dressed upand importance position pleasant heritage through moving cooperative encouraging possibly missions general present organized worldwide sionary Vineyard Master looking Sunday asthe themselves themselves feeling cooperate Department theI Sunday mighty leaning precious Rollers speaking encouraging inactive churches faithful pastor sorrow For Sate by all I for he would present them all to the Lord as one who watches for their souls without 1317 Even faith ful servants that will hear well done Of course we know the Lord will only say this to those who have done well The Lord help the pastor to be faith ful first The Lord help every member to be faithful shall I say second The Lord help us all together to lead and be leadable in His blessed work for His glory Is the prayer of a loving and ap pastor + J T Lewis New Officers Elected Monday The annual election of the Womans Foreign meeting was held Monday afternoon and the officers elect ed for the ensuing year are as follows President Mrs V G Babbage Vice President Mrs F M Smith Record ing Secretary Mrs H V Duncan Cor responding Secretary Mrs C B Skill man Treasurer Mrs J E Ross Su of Juveniles Mrs Robert Pierce Special Sermon Fourth Sunday March 24 at 11 oclock the pastor will preach on Baptism as it is related to the Lorde Sup per giving the Baptist Invitation and the who Tnats often naked in regard to other Christians who have been immersed The pastor will be pleased to meet oil that date all who desire to come J T Lewis STATE OP Unto CITY or TOLEDO t lssLUCAS COUNTY tr Frank J Cheney makes oath that he Is se nior partner of the firm of F J Cheney k Co doing business In the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUMORED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that can not be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 A W GLEASON ISeall1 Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY do CO- Toledo 0V- V Sold jall DtP8Qiatf Z5cITakeHRllaFamnrFluifor constipation r JJ A Lively AND WHY NOT YOU GET A l TO WIN A ROAD WAGON EVERY DAY THE IS A PEACH AND A IS THE SUREST OF OF THE WAGON IT NEVER TO PLEASE I I OF THE AND WAGON ALL ARE PER WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR American Field Fence A FENCE THAT IS KNOWN TOO WELL TO NEED MUCH ADVERTISING Buggies Surries and Run- aBouts t SOME BEAUTIES SEE THEM RUNABOUTS IN 60PRICESi 50FROMoo65T0REMEMBERTH BUSINESS CONTESTANTS HAVE TICKETS IN FOLLOWING RUNABOUT ANYTHING ItW WAGO- Ns IB F BEARD 5 CO IHardlnsburg Ky mBfliBiIIi Expresses kindntanyd sympathyhe portsdOur operating Superintendent STILL KodolFOR perintendent EBBERT BECAUSE CONTEST CONTEST DYSPEPSIA WHAT YOU EAT Indigestion Sour Stomach Blchlne of Ou Etc rUPAIIID ONLY AT THE uaoaAToav 0 6 COMPANY CHICAGO ILL Druggists spotHeb preciating Missionary Heres golden advice to every busi ness man and womanbankevery dol lar and pay all bills by check It sim plifies bookkeeping and increases your financial standing by putting at your bank the strength of the institution you bank with by hinting to the world that your every dollar is plus TWO For the shortest road to this financial credit try the servicos of BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT KY I L H lie St L Rates One way Colonist Rates to California and the Northwest and Old Mexico March 1 to April 30 Sept 1 to Oct 31 1907 1 Lawrence AI Murray Clomport Kentucky Breeder of Single Comb White Leghorns Single Comb Brown Leghorns Setting 15 Eggs 150 Fertility Guaranteed I SATISFACTION IN LUMBER Spring Is Opening Up That Calls For Lumber TELL US WHAT YOU WANT TO BUILD Iginberyou about that Satisfaction in lumber is a big thing But you can get it here Lotus have your lumber order today We have what you want Seaton WeatherholtC- brerped Ky 0 d I EALTH NSURANCE The man who Insures his life Is wise for his family The man who Insures his health lit wise both for his family and t himself You may insure health by guard fflugit It Is worth guarding i At the first attack of disease It i approachestc tests Itself in Innumerable ways TAKE Ms Pills rAnd savo your health b e Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 20 1907 Mr L V Chapin iis ill at his home in EastlandBest Corn and other varieties 6c can at Julian H Browns Stuart Babbage was home from Louisville Sunday- If you want the old reliable Index paint go to Conrad Payne Co they sell it- Messrs Drake and Miller of Hard insburg were here Saturday night Orders for dressmaking filled by Polk FrankMiss Moorman has returned home from Louisville Please look at thisl If you want good paint for little money call on me If you want cheap paint go some where else Julian H Brown Mrs Joe Harpole and little daughter Margaret Moorman are guests of Dr and Mrs J L Moorman Mrs James Cordrey has received a full line of advanced spring millineryIn- her stock are some beautiful styles suitable for present wear Not too light nor too dark for March hats Miss Stone an expert trimmer of Louisville will arrive tonight to take charge of the trimming at the millinery store of Mrs James Cordre- yII carrying a firstclass line of the Ii Geo Delker buggies Julian H Brown Mr and Mrs Ben Miller of Holt were the guests of Mr and Mrs John Gregory Saturday and Sunday Remember I am carrying the Bear brand of Fertilizer Look for cheap prices on Tobacco Grower Julian H BrownMr and Mrs Wave Roff of Owens boro were the guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Pate Sunday Pattern hats will be on display at Polk Franks next week Miss Carter of Louisville will give your hats special attention at Polk FranksMrs Ella Gregory of Brandenburg has been the guest of Mrs L G Gre gory Messrs Taber Miller and Adam Cooper of Hawesville were the guests of Miss Rose Agnew and Miss Mamie Graham Sunday Miss Nina Bruns returned home Sun day from Evansville Conrad Payne Co headquarters for paint oil and varnish also root paintMarshal File DeHaven has returned fromJLouisville Morrison Ec Calhoon dentists omce downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Mrs Mary Dunn returned from Bran denburg Friday Go lo Conrad Payne Co for your paint Best ever sold in Cloverport for the same money Mrs Chas Hamman and Mrs Gib son spent Sunday at Holt Rev Edwin Graves held services at the Presbyterian church Sunday Northern Early Rose seed potatoes 80c per bushel Julian H Brown Miss Bessie Keys has a position with the Cumberland Telephone Company in this city as relief operator Conrad Payne Co have just added to their ssock a full line of house paint and ic is to your interest to call on them if you intend to paint this spring Capt Rowland went to Louisville SundayAny harness to be repaired Bring it inCIA stitch in time saves nine at the Big Store Master Leonard Weatherholt has been sick Go to Conrad Payne Co for your floor paint The best floor paint that is madeExquisite pattern hats are on exhibi tion at Polk Franks store Robert Ellison of Cannelton was here last Wednesday on business- If you want a hat that will be appropriate to wear at the Louisville ex position send your order to Mrs James CordreyMr Mrs Ruther Meador went to Ekron this week to visit relatives MfsslAlice Crecellous returnedto her home atCrecelious Sunday Mr Allison Pate of Owensboro ar rived here Sunday to go to the home of his father near here who is very ill Mr and Mrs Wallace Skillman ar rived here from Birmingham Ala to visit her parents Mr and Mrs W H WindelkinMr Fordsville was here SundayV Babbage went to Louisville MondayThe of the Baptist church will have a cake sale Saturday morning March 30 ot the store of Polk and FrankMr J J Dyer went to Louisville Monday to visit Mr and Mrs Robert WoodsThe HelmersBettman OsRclipfe shoes at the shoe store The best shoe on the market Conrad Sip pel the shoe man proprietor James Weaver of Cannelton was here Saturday Miss Rebecca Willis went to Louis ville Monday to be the guest of Mrs J B RandellFour Sugar Corn 25c Seven Bars Lenox Soap 25c Three boxes Rolled Oats 25c Bahbages the Big StoreMisses Stella and Cleona Weather holt will go to Louisville tomorrow to attend the exposition- If you want to make your wife happy get her a sack of Lewisport Flour sold in Cloverport by Preston Williams and OConnellMrs Burdette was called to Owensboro Monday on account of ill ness of a relative Mr and Mrs John Warfield went to Louisville Monday for a visit to rela tivesThree boxes Quaker Oats 25c at Julian H Browns Messrs Newton and Humphrey left Monday for Illinois Mrs James Cordreys prices on pattern hats are most reasonable and below the average The shoe store has received its spring and summer stock of shoes Best line in town Conrad Sippel the shoe man leads in shoes Miss Mamie Harper of Hardinsburg returned home Monday after a visit to Mrs C Potts I Mrs B Roomey left for Henderson Monday after a visit to relatives Lostblack shawl between Mrs Col lins residence and Capt Rowlands Thursday by Mrs M Burdette Miss Cleona Weatherholt will enter tain the Girls Club this afternoon Mrs James Cordrey has received a line of hats from Cincinnati that can not be excelled at any Louisville mil linery store Fresh oranges and bananas this week My groceries are much lower than any house in town Try meBabbagest- he big store Late Behen will go to Louisville to morrowFor A fine Eastman Kodak Camera No 3News office If you dont get your furniture up holstered repaired and refinished now its your fault you will never get it done any better or cheaper My time will soon be upC G SchWarz- J D Babbage went to Louisville Monday to have his eyes treated Beautiful wash hats for children at Polk Franks Mr and Mrs Geo Mendel of Owens boro were the guests of Mr and Mrs Thos Bohler Sunday Mr and Mrs John Gregory of Lou isville are the guests of Mr and Mrs Clyde Morrison Miss Essie Bohler is visiting in Owens 1 boroSatisfaction is given in trimming by Miss Carter of Louisville who will be with Polk Frank this week Mrs M E Newcomb of Dekaven is the guest of Mrs P J Kramer A new line of handsome jewelry at Polk Franks Mr and Mrs Alvin Skillman of Har dinsburg Mrs Geo Bentley of Hawes esville Mrs Ella Gregory of Branden burg Chas Lightfoot of Paducah Dr and Mrs Lightfoot and daughter Miss Sallie of IJawesville Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard of Hardinsburgattend ed the funeral of little Francis Lee Lightfoot Saturday Mrs Wm Boutcher of Lewisport was the guest her parentsMr and Mrs Joe Morris Sunday Eastman Camera for sale at News officeSmith English has returned home from Florida Misses Mary and Eva Frank of Tob insportt visited their sister Miss Lydia Frank Sunday Leonard Oelzewent to Louisville ThursdayMrs Polk will go to Louis ville soon Chas Gabbert and Mike Tierney of Patesville were in town last week Mrs Fred Fraize has returned home from Versailles after a visit to her sis ter Mrs R N Mr and Mrs HudsonII Holtlast week A Positive CURE CATARRH Elys Cream Balm li quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects tho diseasmemb- rane It cures Ca tarrhand drives away a Cold in the fIC fEVERstoresTaste and Smell Full size CO eta at Druggists or by mail Trial Size 10 eta by mail Ely Brothers 50 Warren Street New York In the Baptist church a Home De partment has been established and will commence its work soon under the dir ection of Mr Leonard Oelze Mrs Sam Conrad has charge of the Cradle I Roll and will be glad to receive names enrollmentWord received that Mrs Sophia Ryan and little daughterLucile have arrived at Hooker Okla where they will make their home with rela tivesIf you want to sell anything use the columns of the News Last week the shawl and cuff button advertised as lost were both returned to the owners after the ads appeared in this column Mrs James Cordrey went to Cincin nati last wcek Mr and Mrs John Babbage attended the funeral of Mrs William Ditto at Brandenburg Friday Preston sells Lewisport flour the best in the market Mrs James Skillman of Owensboro is the guest of Mr and Mrs Abe Skill manMiss Elnora Lewis and Miss Pattie Doll were here from Adflison last week visiting Mrs J W Stone Shapinsky Bros 45c work shirts head any work shirt on the market Mrs Harvey Harris and son William James will arrive soon from Howell to visit Mr and Mrs Martin Bruns Mrs Ed McAfee was here from Irv ington last week Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard of Hardinsburg have been at the home of Dr and Mrs Lightfoot during the ill ness of their daughter Francis Lee Walter B Oelze was home from Lex ington last week Mrs Harry Hilts and daughter Julia are expected soon from Richmond to be the guests of Mrs Mary Oelze Mrs Wm Pine went to Evansville last week to visit relatives Call for the Lewisport flour on sale at OConnelPs Ivan Damewood of the Henderson Route has been on the hospital list Mr Leon McGavock has had a weeks illness of grip Call at Prestons for the best flour Mrs Robert Polk will go to Louis ville lo spend Thursday with her daughter Irs Benton Ubanks Mrs John Reynolds visiting in Lou isville Lawrence Murray left Monday for Williamson Va to spend several weeksMr and Mrs Henry Wright and daughter Miss Beulah of Lyonia are visiting Mr and Mrs J J Dyer IFred Monday Fraize night returned home from Misss Jennie hates of Hawesville returned home Monday night after a visit to friends The Members of the Foreign Missionary Society will be entertained by Mrs V G Babbage at her home Tuesday afternoon March the twentysixthThe feature of the afternoon will be to cele brate the return of Virginia Atkinson to her home in Atlanta Ga after a stay in China where she has made a record in Mission work Mr Davis of Cincinnati was the guest of Miss Ruth Haynes Sunday Creations of exquisite taste and hand some material are Mrs James Cordreys hats Miss Edith Stone an experienced and uptodate trimmer will give your orders special attention at Mrs Cordreys store Miss Cornelia Ditto and brother Holton will return to Brandenburg to day after a short visit to their aunt Mrs J D Babbage They will leave soon with their father Wm Ditto for Cincinnati where they will make their home MicJp the rpad takes 1htiromtholoaa andweigthe team teamstersI xst11 e deb tpractically bali the friction 11t coUle8fOUl wear rough lice30tingovet the ana vehicle1110re oi a be votber0ne than klhedealesforlctca- AsIe 5110 Grease IJO 2ANi 4 + I I Wantsfl + J Advertisements Inserted under this head at ono cent a word per week 1 lylnJtJustriver I will give some one a bargain For further Information call on or address me ut Htcpliensport Ky MHSJAS HALL FOIL SA LEGood pair work mules wagon harness J Cweatherholt Clover port Ky Foil SALE Span of mules slxteun hands sure to work anywhere Sound as CloverpoptIWANTEDAsh Logs and Cord Material andToolI FOR SALKGold rIng with pretty setting M for fli5 ExClmnRO Department orlireckenrldRo News Cloverpt Ky FOR SALEIOO acres or 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 BreckenrIdge Jews Cloverport Ky FOR tALE PRINTING Presses and CutttnK machInes lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE 518 3rd Street Louisville Ky 1f 4T qDR TAYLOR Representing y TAYLOR KEENE ij iiDENTISTS OF OWEN6BOFIOm Will be In Cloverport about I the 10th of April Sr rr ryr79 rI WhenYou Think of t IIPaintII- I Thinkof I SEVERS DRUG CO t Five Additions to The Pres byterian Church Last Week The series of meetings closed at the Lucile Memorial church Friday evening and ihe Rev Elliott left for his home in Jefferson county Saturday Five cew members were taken into the churchThe I Famous Le Roy Plows are the best selling Plows because they are the BEST Plows that oan be built Made by a strong Company not In a trust Tasted for years In all conditions They Draw Easy They hold easy All wearing parts arc CHILLED Iron and wear longer titan most makes Made by Le Roy Plow Co Le Koy N Y Sold by Conrad Payne 6 Co Cloverport COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and nip lit Rates 1100 per day IIL JEWELRY- The finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks ClocksSilverware HollowareFlatware Musical instruments and findings TIC Lewis Son Qardlns url Ky f ls 1tsL 7 lr MEET ME AT NOLTES I Just a Hint WlJ The warm weather indicated Spring is near Soon house cleaning will begin We have the goods and will be glad to show the line Lace Curtains- A complete sto- ckRugs No better place to make a select- ionMattings patterns Carpet effects etc c jjChoice Carpets b Anything wanted not in stock well get ShadesI nl f I a little f IJ C Nolte tBroI y gcCloverport KyIi Greater Louisville Exposition March 1830 r ss Louisville Ky All In Readiness n Cadick Milling Co For Spring Business Exclusive Styles- of Tailored Suits Gowns Waists F Skirts and Wraps Every woman wearing a Gutman garment has the conscious feeling that none are better Leaders in Style- Progressive in Methods Absolute Satisfaction Modest Price The Winning Points H J Gutman t Co Inc LOUISVILLE SALESa- re constantly increasing which is the best proof of the satisfac tion CADICKSGOLD FLOUR is giving our customers Money spent for good flour is a good investment It pleases your cook for without it she can not place before you results that are sure to please you Try Cadicks Gold Dust Flour MAKERS Grandview Ind s Mules For Sale 4yearoldhorseterms to suit purchaser Write us if you need work stock W R MOORMAN SON Glendeane Ky A CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL GREGORY COMPANY PROPRIETORS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY 1We have Contractor James M Lewis associated vith us and can furnish plans and estimates for buildings Our Mill Work is of good material and best workmanship and our prices are reasonable persquareWe have several 4 Our best Ruberiod will last as long as the building HAVE YOU S t OFjTHISThe News and Daily Herald one year for 200 I ypI I- tf 1I it K w- rJMa c F I mue w I 1 A I WINCHFJTIR NUBLACK Loaded Black Powder Shells Shoot Strong and Evenly Are Sure Fire Will Stand Reloading They Always Get The Game For Salo Everywhere VALUABLE ADDITION TO HORSE STOCK Of Breckenridge County Is Brantome The Thoroughbred Stallion Sent Into County By Kentucky Breeding Bureau The Kentucky Breeding Bureau re Gentlyant to D C Mooreman at Glen leane rjxikinridge County the thor oughb ii stallion imp Brantome whose servict ill be donated to the people of this st ii a The ureau was organized several weeks ago in order to help improve the general class of hone stock of the state To that end it iis purchasing thorough bred stallions of such size conforma tion and temperament as will produce excellent general purpose horses when bred to the common farm mares of those sections to which they are sent So tar as the Bureau is concerned the services of these stallions are donat ed abs Cutely free to the people of the receives no mone state u the Bureau tarn return directly or indirectly from them A service fee of f10 iis charged which goes in full to the man in whose care tVe stallions are placed in order to Tecotn ense them for their expense and their trouble The Bureau has thus far set out fifteen horses They have been placed in all sections of Kentucky from Ballard and McCracken counties in the west to Carter and Powell counties in the east frorn Owen Breckenridge lord Henderson1 counties in the north to Trlgg Warren Russell Clinton Met oath and Laurel counties in the south Brantome is an English horse brought lo this country by Edward Corrigan to be placed in the stud on account of his beautiful breeding and his splendid in dividuality He is the son of thlmighty unbeaten St Simon the greatest of all tlioroughbaed sires His dam is the Hampton mare Clarissa This union of St Simon and Hampton blood has giv en England many of her best race horses of modern times It is a combination vhich rarely fails to achieve first class results and Brantome is an excellent exponent of its merits He is a deep brown horse standing fully sixteenI hands and weighing about 1200 pounds fine bone fine substance at the quality that goes with a thoroughbred together with the size needed to secure the best results in securing from common farm mares an excellent type of general pur pose horse Brantome will be on exhibition at Mr Mooremans place at Glendeane He is worth going many miles to see Undoubtedly he will be of inestimable benefit in the improvement of the class stock in this section which his advent Is certain to bring A cross and peevish child is not natural There is something wrong Usually its the stomach Use Caeca 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 tr Origin of The Teddy Bear IL jr The Teddy tear as anybody and everybody in Washington will tell you His the creation of Clifford K Berryman Fc pfor many years the very talented car toonist of the Washington Post and just abw a member of the staff of the Waih- ing Star The evidence contained in tHe columns of the newspaper first ipamed is overwhelming Several years itgofour I think President Roose Selt accepted an invitation to go to Mississippi and kill off some bears who Were devastating the region of the i ittle Sunflower River The proposed Excursion was advised with trumpet and drum and the bears took alarm and left the country Mr Roosevelt arriv ng armed to the teeth spent the freater part of a week in a stspnuous ut useless search for his quarry and turned to Washington without a pelt and almost out of breath In this situation Mr Berryman took pity on the resident and in the next cartoon in Sybich he had occasion to introduce him furnished him with ato attendant in the fern of a youthful but very devoted beer who has since been his companion 1fe Y in all Mr Bcrrv man drawings Be intone of the pi the cleverest draughts men in the country Mr Berryman pictures were copied far and wide and the Teddy Bear became familiar tall In due time the toy manufacturers seized upon the idea and developed it to their rry great profit but as I am informed without seeking Mr Kerrymans permission or paying him a dollar In Inch drcttnutaocw I think The Sun should be disposed to give a modest man the credit that is his due W S H New York Sun The NewsNo Pure Drug Cough Cure Laws would be needed if all Cough Cures were like Dr Shoops Cough Cure Indhas been for 20 years The National Law now requires that if any poisons enter into a congg mixture iitI must be printed on the label or package For this reason mother and others should must on having Dr Shoopi Cough Cure No poison marks on Dr Shoopi labels and none in the medicine else it must by law be on the label Aud its not only safe but illsi said to be by those tbat know it best ai truly remarkable cough remedy Take no chnnce particularly with your chit dren Insist on graving Dr Shoops Cough Cure Compare carefully the Dr Shoop package with others and see- No poison marks there You can always be on the safe side by demanding Dr Shoops Cough Cure Simply refuse to accept any otbir Said by Se yen Drug Co Gone to Rest Mrs LuBe Hardin wife of A M Hardin died of pnenmonia fever at her home at Lodiburg March 2nd 1907 Lulie was a sweet pure woman loved by all who knew her She was perfectly devoted to her husband and children and seemed only to live to make home beautiful and attractive for them and was also kind and good to those around her I have known Lulie from girl hood as being good and pure Such devoted love as she bestowed on her husband is seldom found She suffered excruciatingly during her entire illness but bore it patiently and the end was peaceful and quite and as Bryant said She approached her grave like one who wraps the drapries of his couch around him and lies down to pleasant dream Some few years ago she made a bright profession of religion but never connected herself with any church butter everyday life was a model of rarity and goodness and gave evidence- of the Christian spirit she possessed What we have lost Heaven has gained Weep not loved ones she is not lost but just gone before A Friend rorture By Savages Speaking of the torture to which some of the savage tribes in the Philippines subject their captives reminds me of the intense suffering I endured for three months from inflammation of the Kidneys says W M Sherman of rushing Me nothing helped me until I tried Electric Bitters three bottles of whih completely carod me Cures Liver Complaint Dyspepsia Blood dis orders and Malaria and restores the weak and nervous to robust health Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Price 50 cents NEW RULING ON- POST CARDS The local postoffice has received from the first assistant postmaster general Instructions to the effect that on and after march 1 all post cards or private mailing cards will be admitted to the mails on the payment of one cent post age even though there be a message on the address side of the card Hereto fore letter postage has been required on the post cards when anything other than the address appeared on the face of the card This order however docs not apply issued bv the government The order is the result of the fact that a great many post cards have pictures on the reverse side taking up practically all the space thus making it an impossibility to write more than a word or two around the photograph Bean CASTOnXAth JS Bon 4 I lIptur l t2UZ ayMgTwMw + jRRM TRIPLE STREET TRAGEDY Jealous Man Shoots Wife Her Mother and Himself Port Arthur TexI March i6Ur successful in his efforts to effect aI reconciliation with his wife from whom he was separated E M McNalr shot and k lied Mrs McNair wounded Mrs E J Conrad her mother and fired five shots Into his own breast McXalr met his wife and her mother as they were returning from shop ping and opened fire as the two women were crossing the street to ward their home He is still alive and may recover Mrs Conrad is not fatally wounded She came horo froth Montreal Canada The shooting was witnessed by numbers of ladles GREAT LAND DEAL Nearly Two Million Acres Changes Hands In Mexico Torreon Mex March 1LTho con summation of one of the largest land drags ever made In the republic of Mexico was reached when the Continental Mexican Rubber company look over the famous Cedros Hacienda which Is located In the states of Con liuila Zacatecas and Durango This property cnnslst of 1755000 acres resides the land which Is valued at about 7000000 there aro also great herds of horses cattle and smaller animals which are considered In the transaction The purchase price is not given officially but It Is reported to be 8000000 Wants Warship to Save Son St Louis Mo March 15Mrs W R Hendrix has sent an appeal to President Roosevelt to savo hor son by a formor marriage Frank P Rell loy 20 years of age who sho has learned is held a prisoner of war by Honduras It Is said that Homey was serving in tho Nicaraguan army when ho wan captured and his mother has been informed that he is in dan ger of being executed Mrs Hendrix asks the President to send a gun boat to her sons assistance saying he Is an American citizen 1 Patched up Weak Law Jefferson City Mo March 15Theh- ouse has passed the Senate bill to correct a weakness in the present uctl raee track gambling law The law passed two years ago did not pro vide against recording bets in other states and using the telephone and telegraph but the bill Just passed provides that It rs unlawful for a telephone the telegraph or any other Instrument to be used In connootlon with a bet on a horserace The bills ready for the signature of the gover nor who reccommended It Expelled for Hazing Mexico Mo March 15 Twenty three cadet of the Missouri Military academy many of them members of prominent families wereexpelled from the academy for hazing Cadet Czane of Peoria 111 Crane who Is 16 years of age was seized by his fellow students and thrown into the Icy water of the lake on the campus anti he narrowly escaped drowning Some of the expelled students are offi cers in the cadet companies Outbreak of Menengltls Mlllan March 1iThe village of Vffordl has been vlstted by an out ireak of corebrosiilnal menengltis Phis is the first time the fever has made its appearance In Italy Six eats have already occurred and zany people are moving away from he village The fever appears to hue been brought In from Switzer and The medical authorities aro minting the sufferers Negro College Burned Athens Ala March 15 Trinity allege a school for negroes located here and owned by the Congregational ioclety of New York was destroyed byre late last night The building was three stories high and of modern de sign The loss Is several thousand dollars A city ordinance prohibits the rebuilding of the school in tho city limits Deadly Collision In Texas Orange Tex March i5In a col Islon between two trains on the Gulf ablne Q East Texas railroad near Fields La last night Thomas Haw ey and William Muse were killed and seven other men were Injured two seriously The collision occurred in a valley and those injured jumped rom the trains- Prominent Illinois Man Dies Bloormlngtori IlL March 15L H Cerrick one of the wealthiest farmers ot central Illinois and extensive breed er and exhibitor of AberdeenAngus cattle was found dead in bed aged 00 Heart disease was the cause He was yesterday elected president of iho board of trustees of tho Illinois niversityDrowned at His Ferry Marietta 0 March 16Wut Mar tinla colored ferryman on tho Mus klngum river five miles above here was drowned while with three com anions In a skiff He was endeavor- Ing to catch his broken cable The boat was swamped and Martlnla was drowned but his three companions escaped Jacksonville Ill March l6Emma Kublccck a student at tho Illinois state school for the blind is dead of pneumonia Sho was known as a second Helen Koller She bad appeared catioQalW8soclatlons clumb and blind since birth N4w SetstlrCO t e r Oil j d BETTER SERVICE Promised In Freight Department of Southern Railway Mr A111 Plant Comptroller of the Southern Railway Company announces thatFor the purpose of insuring prompt ness and justice to its patrons in respect to the handlingof freights at local sta tion and the handling of loss damage and overcharge freight claims occurring on freights received or shipped by its patrons Southern Railway Company has inaugurated and placed in service a corps of- TRAVELING FRBIGHT CLAIM AGENTS whose duty it will be to travel continu ously the respective territories assignee to thorn visiting at each station not only the local Agent but the Companys patrons thereat with the following ob jects in viow 1 To secure the prompt handling find settlement of all fair and honest loss damage and overcharge freight claims against the Company 2 To give assurance of this to the pa trons of the Company by prompt courteous and efficient attention to their rights 3 To prevent accumulations of freight claims and over and refused freights at stations and to reconcile as far and as promptly as possible all over freights with shortages 4 To educate local agents to the highest degree of efficiency in treating with patrons in respect to their transactions with them both in re spent to the handling of freights at their stations and the prompt pay ment or declination of freight claims You should be very carefull tff your bowels when you have a cold Neat all other cough syrups are constipating especially those containing opiates Ken tie lys Laxative Cough Syrup moves the bowelscontains NO opiates Cou forms to National Pure Food an J Drugs Law Hears the endorsement of moth ers everywhere Children like its pleas ant taste Sold by all druggists Both Sic 3s Our contention said the lawyer for the literary 1person is Unit iiir clients 1m ml was so Injured by tin rc cldeiit that for six mouths he has boon unable to write And our contention proclaimed the dteabilityliesmoneyinThen the case wont to trial Phlladolpula Ledger Stimulate the Blood liraudreths pills are the great blood purifier They are a laxative and blood tonic they act equally on the bowels the kidneys and the skin thus cleans ing the system by the natural outlet of the body They stimulate the blood so as to enable nature to throw off all mor bid humors and cure all troubles rising from an impure state of the blood One or two taken every night will prove gin invaluable remedy Each pill contains one grain of solid extract of sarsaparilla which with other valuable vegetable products make it a blood purifier of excellent character Brandreths Pills have been in use for over a century and are sold in every drug and medicine store either plain or sugarcoated When Voltaire wrote his Candlili In which occurs the bit ot satire iibn eight tramps mooting at an Inn mosti of them without money enough to p ja for their dinner there were at that time no less than eight dethroned luon archs wandering about Europe soma of them in great poverty DR BOUGHELLE Dr L B Bouchello of Thomasville Qa a physician well known in tho South is very enthusiastic over tho cod liver oil preparation Vlnol Ho says I have used Vinol in my tam fly and in my general practice with the most satisfactory results It is exceedingly beneficial to those afflict ed with bronchial or pulmonary dis eases and to create strength Tho reason Vinol is so far superior to old fashioned cod liver oil and emulsions is because it Is a real cod liver preparation from which all tho useless oil has been eliminated and tonic iron added Wo ask every weak thin run down nervous and aged person In town and all thoso suffering from lungstoSevers Drug Cot J W s L Sloeovs A Liniment III ThroatSfiffNeCKrJI For Cough Cold Croup I NeuralgiaAt Price 25c 50c 6 HOD Sent Free ISloans Book on Horses Cattle Hogs 6 Poultry I Address Dr Earl1 S Sloan 6I5 Albany Sh BostonMass I LCTTEIJOr FIVE BIG FACTORIES t I It I have been trying to get some linn here to put in a lineii of your shoes as we have a hard time getting a good shoe J in this town I believe if you will take the matter up youJCo to handle Diamondcan arrange with Messrs i Brands I have no interest in the matter only that I want I to buy a good shoe once in a while You will remember that J I handled your shoes when in business in Quanah and know what they are REV WALTER GRIFFITH 1 Silverton Texas 1 Could the superiority of Diamond Brand shoes beJJ more convincingly shown You are just as anxious j for good shoes as RevGriffith and it is equally worth iI your while to insist that your dealer supply themf1 Ask your dealer for Diamond grand Shoes r m I JAMOllf BRAIIDttcfJ 4k14 JNOEMAKERJ cub 1 We MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN ANY OTHER MOUSE IN THE WEST tt- t tc 1 r + THE 1 Fifth Avenue 8I I HOTELLouisville ifj PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr o I jTile most centrally located and onJj J Irs cJlL6 betel In the city iuklnp s f fIfc00 rate 1 Only one block trots tbe principal l siOpptnK6i trJct and two blocks frcrx 1 tuo principal theatrestStreet cart pass the door to all pars of ltEverything j C i I I u N N1N1 OOAAi N N t d N NN NNNNNN 1 t The Bank of Hardinsburg I i iandTrust Company t CAPITAL 5000000 i J B F BEARD PRESIDENT v M H BEARD Cashier PAUl COMPTON Assistant Cashier r DIRECTORS Morris Eskiiilge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beatdn0- i Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson I Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminlsbt trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacityti Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byFire or Burglary NONNNNNNNNN N R NNN LOW RATESei FROM 10UlSVILLEVIAnS S Southern Railway 8 In effect daily after March 1 to April 30 andbI September 1 to Octob er 31 inclusive e 3400 Helena and Butte 3550 Spokane 3800 Portland Tacoma and Seattle 3800 San Francisco Los Angeles and other CALIFORNIA points IICorresponding rates to other points in the West and Northwest x iChear one way colonist tickets and round trip homeseekers also bo sold on Mxroh 5th and 19th and April 2d jt I nd 16th to Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and other points in the Southwest and Southeast o For maps folders and complet o information call on your onh gent or tt- B S YENT Traveling Pass Agent Lexington Ky C H HUNGERFORD Dist Pass Agent Louisville Ky G J 0 BEAM JR Asst Gen Pass Agent St Luis Mo V w- r I I I r y Ini i IJ 0 i- Y PI fftf F r ii L tNEIi OF KENTUCKY ThWTold Information Concernln filers of Current Interest i hito Kentuckians y ATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL t f Irs Found Accurately Dstallsd thappenings of the Largest Im l Which Are Attracting Attn Throughout Kentucky March 16By a last night the 800 t of the Louis railway company decided to ac r e terms agreed on by their ex =committee and the officers o- fOpany All the strikers will go 4 work and full service on the id suburban lines operated by tapany was resumed at noon to =rho strike began at 5 oclock Mlunday morning and caused a in rally complete tieup of all tho lines while it lastedptnys 6c GREATER LOUISVILLE jtiolng to Have an Exposition of Her ResourcesII f 13Governmentat the Greater Louisville exposition I have all arrived from Washington in eluding colonial flora and fauna a model of the battleship Kentucky tho dead letter museum and various other displays of national Interest The ex position opens March 18 In Indus trial hall 300 manufacturers all ofI Louisville have installed exhibits For half an hour after the great tspace is opened to the public by the pressure of Roosevelts finger In Washington dedication exercises will be held among the participants with President A T MacDonald of the ex position being Maj J M Wright president of the Southern exposition held hero in 1893 all officers of general rank that came from the South during the civil war the gov ernor of Kentucky and his staff the various civic officers and other dig nitaries r BADLY SHOT UP FeudRidden Jackson the Scene of Mere Excitement Jaekson Ky March 11 Citizens of this feudridden city were startled out of their sleep Saturday night by shoot Ing such as seldom has been heard here Two shots were fired Into the home of Judge James Hargis accused of complicity In connection with the assassination of James D Marcum f Others wore fired into the store of- ff r Hargis brothers In which June Jott brother of Curtis Jett was sleeping but he was unharmed The home of Deputy Town Marshal Smith also was hit The firing was continued for for ty minutes Efforts of the police were vain until Sunday when they arrest ed Curtis Smith and placed him In Jail on the charge that he was con cerned In the shooting SLAYS THREE IN A FIGHT Kentuckian Himself Seriously Wound ed In Battle on a Boat Sersfent Ky March 12 Thacker Rice and Speed and Elijah Bailey brothers were killed in a desperate fight hia boat when crossing tho Mid dIe Fork of the Kentucky river twenty miles below here With them WIiSI John Ellsmore A dispute had arisen between EllsI more and Rice whereupon the Bally brothers took sides with Rico Ells more without warning whacked Rico on the head with an oar and then a battle with pistols and knives follow ed Ellsmore himself badly wounded finally reached shore with his companions but they died soon after SALOONS CLOSE VOLUNTARILY Richmond Ky Keepers Propose to Give Public Test of Dry Town Richmond Ky March 9Not one of the thirteen saloons in Richmond s opened for business this morning They will bo kept closed until after next Tuesday at which time a vote will be taken as to whether vinous splrltuops or malt liquors shall be sold The saloon owners took this ac tion to give the public a sample of local option The temperance men claim that the saloorf men were being bled to such an extent that they had to close In order to protect them selves Judge Hargls In Danger Lexington Ky March 12A man Usgulsed as a woman Invaded the res denco of Judge James Hargis at Jack on last night and attempted to take is life June Jett a nephew of Har Igia saw the intruder in the kitchen find fired a number of shots at him t ut he escaped uninjured u Prof Carnagey Elected I Paducah Ky March 9Prof J A arnagey of NoblesvlHe Ind has keen elected superintendent of the Paducah public schools at a salary i of 2000 to succeed Prof C1 Lleb who has declined to stand for reelection i Quarrel Ended Fatally Mlltqn Ky March 13Charles Greenwood and Joseph Abbott had a quarrel near hero when Abbott some times called Black Joo shot Green wood through the heart killing him Instantly 1i Some Ways of Falling A visitor from another city hero on a tour of inspection of the public schools came to a West Philadelphia school one day when the pupils were writing original sentences on the blackboard and found an opportunity to nlr his pet hobby of avoiding superfluity In theII use of words One boy had written The man suddenly fell down Whutt Is the need of the word down In that sentence asked the visitor How else could tho man fall 1 Over promptly replied the boy who lied written the sentence Backward suggested another Against a wall volunteered a third Upstairs said still another The visitor promptly gave up criticism and was silent dur ing the remainder of his stay III Preventics will promptly check a cold or the grippe when taken early or at the sneeze stage Preveutics cure seated colds is well Preventlcs are little candy cold cure tablets and Dr blioop Racine Wis will gladly mail you samples and a book on Colds free if you will write him The samples prove their merit Check early ColdsII with Preventics and stop Pneumonia Sold in 5c and 25c boxes by Seversrr Drug CoJEven Justice In Morocco The penal code In Morocco or whatever may go by the name of a code Is a good deal more Draconian than Dra t co Two terrible Instances In point are quoted as of quite recent occurrence In one case a native prowler was sen I tenced to n thrashing with 300 blows of a stick for stealing three fishes In another case n young fellow who had I stolen a sum In silver equal to about El was punished with a ropes ending of 3000 stripes from the effect of which he died In a few hours London 1 Globe I Tho wife of Alelblndos went to the court of Athens asking for a divorce Her elegant rascal of a husband hoard of it followed her picked her up In his arms carried her home and gave her a sound thrashing with the prom ise of another on the first recurring sign of insubordination A Lively Tussle with that old enemy of the race Con stipation often ends in Appendicitis J To avoid all serious trouble with Stom Rch Liver and Bowels take Dr Kings New Life Pills They perfectly reguI late these organs without pain or dis comfort 250 at Severs Drug Co Tho nyeaye of Madagascar is re markable chiefly for its eyes which areI larger III proportion to its size thanI those of any other creature Wrapping Papers For the Mail Next time you are ready to mall ci- ther magazines or papers try wrap ping them this way Stretch a cordI along the length of the folded article to be wrapped then roll as usual The ends of tho string will now be dangling from the bundle When tho sealing and directing have been done bring the two ends of the cord togeth er cross nnd pass once or twice aroundI the package and finally tie them care fully Thus fastened all sorts of bundles will go safely through the malls defying even the very roughest ban dung A Scientific Wonders The cures that itniul to its crenit make Bucklenc Arnica Salve a scieu tific wonder It cured E R Mallard lecturtrI for the Patrons of Husb tudry Waynesboro PH ofa distressing case of Piles It heals the worst Burns Sores Bails Ulcers Cuts Wounds Chilblains and Skit Rheum Only 2l at Severs Drug Cos drugstore Though Bank of England notes are legal tender In England anti Wales they are not legal tender iu Ireland or In Scotland We Eat Too Much Medical science declares that practi cally seven elghtlrs of our Ills are duoI to overfeeding Colds In the head are often duo to eating too much It may bo claimed that our own well spread1 boards are meager compared to those of our ancestors Probably but our ancestors wero hardy and able tot throw off the effects of a hearty meal We do not take Into consideration the great difference between their life antiI ours As It Is we eat altogether too much food for our health and comfort Philadelphia Inquirer Knightage Knightage is not a great deal to American notion and as a matter of fact bas fallen very low In EnglandI Singularly enough the English name uf this degree is almost the only which does not imply its equestrian nature In France a knight Is styled chevalier from cheval a horse as In German ratter or rider A knight in a game of chess Is a horses headI In Its earlier days knighthood pertain ed only to men of arms Sir Walworth the first civilian to receive the honor actually obtained it for per forming the military function of slay Ing Wat Tyler Henry VIII knighted sergeants atlaw and James I knighted any one who would put up the dough New York Press THE TEXAS WONDER Cure all Kidney Bladder audRbeuI static troubles soul byall druggists or two mouths treatment by mail g1 Dr E tv Hall 2026 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky testimonials I BRIEF DISPATCHES SATUHDAY Cracksmen at Hazlewood Ind secured 100 from the safe In E V Millions store William R Hearst Is seriously 111 his engagements for some time come have been cancelled- A fishing vessel with a crow of seven men foundered on the south coast of Newfoundland and all hands were lostBusiness failures in the United States for the week number 172 against 194 last week and 177 In the like week of 1906 My mission to the United States Is to help cement new ties of friendship said Senor Don Ramon Plna the new Spanish minister Thirtyfive persons men women and childrenwere killed at San An does Chihuahua by the accidental explosion of i large quantity of dynamite a MONDAY Four persons were burned to death in a tenement fire in Brooklyn Japan is withdrawing all her troops from Manchuria except 15000 railway guardsFormer United States Senator Jas L Pugh of Alabama is dead at his home in Washington The railroads of Nebraska will con test the twocent fare law which the legislature enacted a week ago John Alexander Dowie recently de posed head of the church ho organized at Zion City near Chicago Is dead CamI rowed on the afternoon 16 t In addition to the great Irouolads ofI the Atlantic fleet the naval display at the Jamestown exposition will Include some of the finest vessels of foreign navies TUESDAY Jake Schaefer of Chicago won theI worlds billiard championship fromI George Sutton i By the explosion of an irrigation plant at Matnmorae Mex seven laborers t wore scalded to deathtt The trial of former Congressman BIngcr Harman in progress at Wash ington is now in Its fifth week The California assembly line passed an antitrust law which Is almost Identical with the Ohio antitrust law The Ransford hotel of Brainerd Minn valued at 60000 and contain tag property valued at 200000 woi burnedSaying Look outs Harvey Rowe a fouryearold boy shot and killed Mrs Bottle Griffin with a revolver at Alta mont Ky The discovery of a new comet Is an nounced the discoverer being Giaco bins at Nice The comet Is visible in a small telescope WEDNESDAYCM CaslmlrPerlor oxpresident of Franco is dead There are hints from Boise of startling land fraud disclosures at Low Iston Idaho- Conditions in general In tho Pan ama canal zone are declared to be ex tremely favorable The next Hague conference will be held e rlyIn June although no date has been positively fixed Alfonso Jolly aged forty was shot and Instantly killed at Pans Ill by John Collier laic soninlaw President IJonilla of Honduras Is conducting operations at the front with the aid of an automobile Stuyvesant Fish former president of the Illinois Central railroad hAS- t been elected a director of the Missouri Pacific railroadTHURSDAY Heavy rains have caused a danger stage of tho rivers at Plttsburg Lewis Fr a prominent farmer liv- Ing near Montlqello was killed by lightningJames J Hill declares that railroad rates will be advanced in the North west in place of being reduced President Roosevelt today signed an order putting into effect the passpprt amendment of the immigration bill The reports that Americans have been impressed for service in the Honduran army are declared to be untrue Complete plans for the consolidation into one fleet of all American cruising vessels In the Pacific ocean have been announcedThe Cruiser one of tho- r largest in the coalshipping trade on the Ohio river went down near Se wickley Two of the crew were drowned oFRIDAYAt Connellsville Pa the damage to the coke region by floods Is esti mated at 2000000 Maurice Grau the wellknown im pesario died suddenly at his home in 11the suburbs of Paris Johnstown Pa Is being swept by tho highest water since tho great flood of 1889 when over twentyfive hun dred lives were lost Lord Curzon of Kedleston exvice roy of India was elected chancellor of Oxford university by 1111 against 430 for Lord Rosebory It is reported from Chinese sources that a Wcsloyan mission has been destroyed near Ningpo and that three missionaries wero killed Monongorhela river are flooded and 10000 min ors are affected Tho steel and iron mills are at a standstill and fully 50000 men aro Idle I THE PURCHASE DAY Louisville March 11On the anniversary of the day when Paducah inliThe Purchase was captured by the Con federates The Purchase Day at the Greater Louisville Exposition will be celebrated In the naming of The Twelve Days Tuesday March 2b was inadvertently set aside for the time when the sons and daughters of The Purchase either living in Louisville or In their own famous section might gather in the First Regiment Armory at Louisville during the Greater Louis ville Exposition to commemorate thou nativityUpon compiling a list of famous date corresponding with liThe Twelve Days of the Exposition from March 18tl through March 30th it was discovered that on March 26th 1864 Paducah in the very heart of The Purchase fell willing captive to the soldiers in gray This was at once taken as an omer for general success of the Exposition a fact that the unbounded interest of the State the South and the vicinity ol Louisville has already assured From the standpoint of a market said one of the Exposition officers at the meeting when The Twelve Days received their names outside of Louis ville there is no more important section in Kentucky than liThe Purchase and I I stand for making their day one of the most celebrated in the course of theII ExpositionIn of this emphatic declaration- on the part of one of the chief officers of the Exposition and in view of the added fact that the speaker was not even a native of the section whose cause he exposed March 26th is looked forward to with the expectation that it will be one of the most triumphant days during the Greater Louisville Exposition evidence of friendliness Though as an March 26th has been set aside as The Purchase Day the Greater LouII isville Exposition hopes to see enough visitors from The Purchase to make every day of the Exposition seem to be their very own t Ou3LSrPOHXu9L get theiho Kind Yw Haw Always Bound Keeping The way to keep children in school is to make the school the most valuable place to them The school must be made attractive We must change front and recognise that the school room is made for the child and not for the teacher At present only the appearances of the teacher are placed ii- it and whatever may be done for the children is done only because the teach ers interest can best be served by such The schoolroom must be made for children As the business room is made Attractive and fixed up for customers and whatever is done for the salespeople is done only because thereby the best interests of customers can be cared f jr so in the school room the interests of the children must be consulted and those things done for children which win make the schoolroom next to the home the most attractive place LitiU Rlobulesof sunsuire that drive the clouds away U Wills Lmle la I Risers will scatter the gkom of etcH leadncue mud tultoitancs They do nut gripe or sicken KecotntnetKtvrl a d told hue by nil druggists According to careful estimates three hours of close study wear out the body more than a whole day of hard physical1 exertion Head AcheS- ometimesIf so it will interest you to know that it can be stopped with Dr Miles AntiPain Pills and without any bad after effects and this without dan ger of forming a drug habit or having your stomach disar ranged They positively con tain no opium morphine cocaine chloral ether or chloro form in any form Dr Miles AntiPain Pills relieve pain and leave only a sense of relief The reason for this is explained by the fact that headache comes from tired irritable turbulent overtaxed brain nerves Anti Pain Pills soothe and strengthen these nerves thus removing the cause They are harmless when taken as directed We use Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for the cure of headache and we I think that there Is nothing that will equal them They will cure the severest spell of nervous or sick headache In a very tew minutes I am of a nervous temperament and occasionally havo spells when my nerves seem to be completely exhaust ed and I tremble so I can scarcely contain myself At these times I al ways toke he AntiPain PJIlSlDndthey quiet me right away markablo what a soothing effect they havo upon the nerves MRS F E KARL Detroit Mich Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your will guarantee thatdrUgglstkwho the will benefit If It falls he will return your money 25 doses 25 cents Neyer sold In bulkI Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind v ti Rapid changes of temperature are hard on the toughest constitution The conductor passing from the heated o inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature tQI of the platformthe canvasser spending an o hour or so in a heated building and then g walking against a biting windknow the tOtdifficulty of avoiding cold thecsbody so that it can better withstand thercs danger of cold from changes of temperature go I 1Itwill help you to avoid taking cold YALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 1004p OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOO PATESVILLE Port Marlow and wife have been quite ill Mrs Jesse Marlow is visiting relatives in Tell City- Robert Lamb ws ill a few days of last week Prod Young hM been quite lit for several days The family of joints Lynch are on the sick list Mrs Nat Starks Sr has been ffl for several days Walter Jarboe and family have moved up on Long street Miss Annie Lamb began a two months term of school at this place Miss Maude Morris of Short Station is visiting Mr and Mrs L E Morris Sam Hruner of Dukes was the peAt of Mr and Mrs Fred Jarboe Tuesday of last week Grover Morris of Short Station was the guest of his brother L E Morris ThursdayJames went to Bowling Green to attend the State Normal for five months S Miss Pearl Johnson is staying with her grand mother Mrs N Starks Sr of this place Edmund Conner of Rome is spend a few days with his sister Mrs Reid of this place Miss Nellie Fawver spent several days of last week in Pellville the xuest j Misses Sue and Eva Obenchain Doctors Are Puzzled The remarkable recovery of Kenneth M her of Vanceboro Me is the tub Ject of much interest to the medical fra ternity and a wide circle of friends He says of his case Owing to severe in flammation of the Throat sad conges tion cf the Lungs three doctors gave me up to die when ns a last resort 1 was induced to try Dr Kings New Discovery end I am happy to say it saved my life Cures the worst Coughs and Colds Bonchitis TonsolitisWeak Lungs Hoarseness and La Grippe Guaranteed Severs Drag Gos drug tore iOc and S1 Trial bottle free wpawt tt NtI oeClt9HCJ8He Ha08HHRHCGc el a i iFirst it State BankII iilRVINGTON KY d p W J PIOOOTT President JOHN R WIMP VlctcPreslden nI1H KEMPBR CuhlerIi unts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited iiAI t Interest Paid on Time Deposits QQeaen + taactoDnptosroDneoplatfta paoitaoatsou ooa o as earr 700 STUDENTS WANTED To qualify for the 700 or more desirable position that we will batalied upon to till In the next year We had 034 such cells In the past year Our graduates are In such great demand by business men because we train them more THOROUGHLY than other ichuola train their graduates QUALITY countawith the hrewd bURl ness men of this day and all If you are unwise enough to cheat younelf by taking a cheap short course at some school of questionable reputation you can not with uch an equipment Induce a business man to cheat himself by irivlnir you a job Our honorable carver of fortytwo years appeals more atruuicly to business men when In need of competent stenographers and bookkeepers than alt the claptrap under the sm You set a GOOD reputation by attending HUB shoot and we make you do THOR OUGH work with the result that you will be wonted by business men when you graduate BRYANT Err a jil SRi HB s H HssCOLLEGE k for elecaat Second 68l age wiioul atoioitua Louisville Ky e tt THE LEADING AMERICAN MAGAZINE THE CENTURYL1IN 190zjO Three Great Serial 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Burnetts treat International novel It The Shuttle begins may obtain free of charge if they ask for them on subscribing the August September and Octo ber igo6 numbers and thus get first chapters of Runnlne Water the strong novel by A iis W Mason author oft The Four Feathers Thus sub cribcrs get fifteen numbers for the price of twelve Subscription price MW The Century Co Union Square New YorK City r t y V aE dUIL I r V iI r WHEN SUCCESS WOULD CROWN THEIR EFFORTS DISSOLUTION STARES THEM IN THE FACE I Via Says This Writer of the Society of EquityUrges Members toI Hold Fast To Their Faith and the Reward Will Be Theirs t Defects In Present Plans Will Be Remedied rr y On the verge If not in the full reali zation of success the Tobacco Grow ers Organization is in the greatest danger of dissolution It is nothing new to say that many can not stand success or prosperity and this is especially true of the organization for several reasons Mainly there have been two objects sought to be attained in order to bring about better conditions that is to con trol and reduce the production and to control the marketing by poling and holding the product off the market until desirable prices can be realized Now it is very evident that the temptation to plant more and sell at the I t first opportunity is many times greater at the present price of 8 c ents than iit was at the time of the organization when it was 4 anl 5 cents And again there was less dissatisfaction I elton account of the fellow on the outside then who received no more than the pooler than there is now when he t receives much more and that too on account of the sacrifices of those on the inside so you see the very strong temp tation as well as prcnoHtioii Jar those on the inside to I r 11 e 01 er SKIN TORTURES AffLICT CHILDRN Obstinate Case of Eczema Covered RunningSoresPoison BoysHands turing SoresSufferers Soon Re lieved and Completely Cured Grateful Mother Says II CUTICURA REMEDIES A HOUSEHOLD STANDBY Last year after having my littlo girl treated by a very prominent ph8iii cian for an obstinate case of eczema I resorted to the Cuticurn Remedies and was so well pleased with tho almostII instantaneous relief afforded that wo discarded tho phynicians prescription SoapCuticurnWhen wo commenced with the Cuti e wereiie flsix weeks wo had her completely wellI oftcac n In July of this year a little boy inns armsats tI twntyfourhours ti Cu of icuraiRerinedies washing le Lands n and arms with the Cuticura Sonp nnd anointing them with the Cuticura Oint mont and then gave him the Cuticura 5r if Resolvent In about three weeks his seT hands and arms healed up So we have ii theL8xCuticura are a 8 dotil 1fVincent Thomas Fairmount Waldeng J 43 Ridge Tenn Oct 13 1905 j a LET MOTHERS KNOW a That n warm bath with Cuticura of Soap nnd n single anointing with 1F Cutleura the great Skin Cure and purest and sweetest of emollients will refreshing sleep1 babiesforeskintorturndi and rest for gt tired and wornout mothers 0c y yCompieto External and Internal Treatment fo- rEver llumor of Infanta Children and Adults con ch elate of Cuucura lap 2So to ClMI180 the Skin Ointment SOc to Heal tho Skin and riiiUm Ttmolvent J5Oc or In the form of Chooo I late coated lULs Z5c per vial or 60 to Purity thett Mood Sold throughut the world Potter CorDiOaUeroeICitcurna Uoot toakin Humors c r iiS That the original teachings and pre dictions of the promoters of the movement were true have been fully verified and have almost become selfevident cap not be doubted and it so much can be accomplished in so short a time with such an imperfect organization I with so many defects and with such a large percentage of growers on the out side what might be accomplished withI a complete one in which all are united and with improved and perfected plans Can there now if indeed there eve were remain even an apology for an excuse for any tobacco grower remaining on the outside and thereby antagonizing his own and everybody es interests We will admit that there are some de- feels in the plans sonic of which are misfortunes and some are faults and most of them can and we think will be remedied not the least among them is that the cost is too great and the pooltd tobacco this is now and will continue to cause considerable dissatisfaction But this may be remedied bl the farm ers owning their own warehouses and rehandling and storing their own to bacco and borrowing their own money and thereby become independent of everybody and everything We would not mention this if we did not believe that every bit of it is easy and prac ticableLincoln once said using a familiar quotation That a house divided against itself can not stand This gov ernment can endure permanently half slave and hall free I do not expect the Union to be dissolved but I do expect it to erase to be divided It will eventually all become free or it will all become slave Now this organization can not endure with half the farmers in and half out If those on the outside can not be per suaded cr forced In those on the in side will be forcedout The farmer who is in will not con three to reduce his acreage pool his crop wait two years for his money then pay 250 per hundred pounds cost so that his outside neighbor may thereby be enabled to raise from 25 to 60 acres and dump it the first opportunity at 8 and 9 cents and this too with an air of assumed Pharisee look of superiority I thank thee that I am not as other men I raise all the tobacco I can and sell it as quick as I can for all the money I can that I am not as these poor poolers who organize andre duce and pool and fast twice a week and starve to death and mortgage their farms that I may be enabled to do these things and fare sumptuously every day Who iis more selfishly mean than He who gathers where he did not strew and reaps where he did not sow It iis said that Gads spirit will not always strive with wan We do not kuow whether the Tobacco Growers Organization will or not Conventions have been held speech es have been made articles have been written and organizations have been ef fected moral suasion has been used and patience has been exhausted Everybody has seen and most of us have felt the benefits of this movement and none so much as the big grower who has persistently antagonized it We earnestly and seriously condemn violence in any form It is wrong be cause it is not right and it is worse than a crime it is a mistake but can you wonder with such provocation t- hataiuii i it is sometimes true that JudgmentH hath fled to brutish beasts and men have lost their reason We all are or pretend to be in sympathy with union labor in their strug glos so long us they stay in due bounds and we condemn the scabs who arc greater enemies of their organization than the great corporations for whom they work But we forget that the tto bacco growers have been on a strike for three years and that those who have refused to ail but have antagonized have been scabbing on them during the whole of that time We are not personal we speak in a general way and mean all whom we describe Quit your meanness come into the foal and help those who hay been helping you for three years Is there any among you who woul e not immediately declare his to the organization if he thought hI s failure and refusal to do so would result in its dissolution and a consequent re turn to starvation prices A few weeks ago the street car men of Louisville organized a union and made certain reasonable demands on refuserd whereupon they went out on a strike and in just five days the company gave them all they asked for How did they do itThey just kept the cars from running and in spite of the strike breakers They did in five days what the farm ers have been four years trying to do How can you do the saute thing Just keep the cars from running Yours truly X YZ The winds of March have no terror to the user of DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve It quickly heals chapped and cracked skin Good too for boils and burns and undoubtedly the best relief for Piles Sold here by all drug gists Cattle Sale Mr G N Lyddan of Irvington shipped to Tennessee Monday seven head of Hereford cattle which he sold to parties in that State Leaves For the West Mrs John K McGavock and children of Webster who have been visiting relatives in Cloverport left yesterday for Indian Territory to join Mr McGavock who has gone in business out there HomeMade Catarrh Cure Any one can mix right at home the best remedy of its kind known The name Cyclone is given to the tnl Jlowing prescription it is supposed because of its promptness in driving from the bloort and system every vestige of catarrnal poison releiving this foul and dread disease no matter where located To prepare the mixtue Get from any good pharmacy one half ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kargon and three ounces Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Snake well and use in teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime This is harmless inexpensive mixture which has a peculiar action upon the eliminative tissues of the Kidneys assisting them to biter and strain fro the blood and system all catahba poisons which if not eradicated are absorbed by the mucous rue mbra nI and an open sore or catnrrh is theI resultPrepare I some and try it as it is theI prescription of an eminent catarrh special stot national reputation The Village Merchant Upon the quiet vlllugc street With slanting stoop and open door Whose panes are meagre for display Through which scarce shines the light of day- Dehold the simple country store About the door are grouped the things Most useful to tho farmers needs Some rakes and hoes an axe and spade Some kegs of nails on which are laid A box or two of garden seeds Longshelveof canned stuffs greet tho eye Each counter too Is burdened well While fruits and spices coffees teas And scores of other things like these Send forth a most Inviting smell The merchant now u man of years Behind the counter spends each day Or laborsoer some musty book With slow and scrutinizing look To keep a Just account alway Hogan he hero when but a boy Ho looks with prIde around his store No grout commercial venture his A simple honest trade It 1s lIe seeks enough and nothing more lIe noer has been to foreign lands Nor yearned his neighbor to oxcol In honest toll nos passed his days In givingyetnot asking prulso And served his township long and well On Sunday ho Is found at church The same recalv his lovlt are A class of trusting twos Is his And In tho midweek services Ills voice Is hoard In song and prayer Now who successful more than he And who moro worthy of a name No statesman prophet bard or sago In this or any future ago Shall moro deserve enduring fame Upon tho quiet village street This man has built his monument No tower of stone a simple store An honest man and nothing more Who would not be like him content Joe Cone NVSun i- L t t f IRVINGTONi Sufirday from Tip Top whore she has beenI the guest of her mother Mrs Brarden burg for a few days Mrs Mamie Wathen and Miss Ellen Mumford left Monday for Louisville Mrs Mattie Countryman and Miss Play Dempster ol Glendeane spent Sat urday here the guests of Mrs P E Dempster Mrs G L Brady will return this week from Louisville after two week visit to her daughter Mrs Tony McCoy HardinsburgeFriday on a business trip Montgomeryea very fine horse for f200 Miss Mary Joe Mattingly of Axtel and Mrs Leah Pate of Bewleyville re turned to their homes Saturday afte having charge of the public school for the past year- Clarence Penick was in the city the first of the week on business A series of meetings will begin at the Methodist church this evening at 730 promptly Rev Lyons of Springfield I will arrive the latter part of the week to assist Rev Wilson Misses Eva Payne and Mary Henry spent Tuesday in Louisville fotr Louisville where she will be the guest o her sister Miss Ada Drury during the expositionMiss McGheo spent several days of last week at Long Branch the guest of relatives Mrs Peary Weaver and children of Louisville are visitors of her parents Mr and Mrs Bate Washington Will Gardner left Sunday for Che nault to join his wife and baby for a several days visit Miss Nannie Childs spent Sunday at Gaston Mr and Mrs H H Kemper were in Cloverport Sunday the guests of Mrs James Skillman Mrs Harry Major and little daughter have returned to Louisville after a short visit to her parents F H McGehee attended the funeral of Mrs Will Ditto at Brandenburg FridayMiss Nannie Childs will have her opening of spring hats on next Saturday at the hotel once known as the McCoy House Mrs Orlio Woolfolk and baby of Hardinsburg are visitors of Mrs T R Blythe CHENAULT I Tom Smith of Stephensport was iu town last weeK on business Harry Cunningham and sister Bes sie spent Sunday with C E Cunning ham Derby Ind Misses Annie Manning and Nellie Lee Gilliland were in town Saturday Miss Francis Smith who has been visiting friends at this place returned ThursdaymMrs Vat Gardner spent a few days llast week the guest of Mrs D S Sphire of Wooleyville visI of Henderson returned home Tuesday Will Frymlre son of J W Frymire who has been operated on in Louisville for appendicitis returned home last week accompanied by his brother Lawrence Owens and mother of Wolf Creek are visiting Mrs G H Gilliland for a few day- sThousands save Kidney Trouble and Dont Know It now To Fled Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour houiu a It sediment or set thing Indicates an unhealthy condi of the kid neys if It stains your linen It is evidence of kid trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In the back Is also onvlnclng proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of orderWhat to Do There Iis comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootvlsh In curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder every part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability passingItwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in 50c andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery wed a book that tells more about both sent absolutely free by mall tion ney and Ad dress Dr Kilmer ot Svunpitoot Co BInghamton N Y What writing men tier reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampHoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Boot and tho address Binghamton N Y If on every bottler 10W H f Ar1 l HARDINSBURG The Rev Brandon was in Elizabeth town several toys of last week attend ing a missionary mooting of the M E Church Misses Zelma StroTher of Big Spring and Neil Moorman of Glendewie are the guests of Gen and Mrs D R Mur ray Col and Mrs E L Robertson of Glendeane wore guests at the Evans Hotel Sundays Roy Moorman was the guest of his parents at Glendeano Sunday Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile entertained at six oclock dinner Saturday The guests were Misses Zelma Strother of Big Spring Nell Moorman of Glens deane and Mattie Reid and Messrs T J Moore John E Kincheloe and John P Haswell Jr I John Squires is very sick at his homer on Fourth street Little hope is enter tained for his recovery The Union Star and Hardinsburg Tele phone Co will incorporate County court next Monday Mr and Mrs Hubert DeJernette wore guests of relatives in Louisville last weekMrs Lee Walls was in Louisville several days of last week visiting friends I B Richardson of Garfield was in town Monday Owen Keys of Irvington was in town tripfW F Hook T J Moore and Milt Miller were visitors in Louisville last week The canning factory has been com pletedMisses Margaret and Evelyn Beard of Kingswood College spent Sunday at home James 0 Baker has taken a position with Carter Dry Goods Co at Louisville He left last Friday James H Gardner who has been sick with lagrippe is able to be at his store againThe Hardinsburg Normal is booming New students are coming in nearly every day Profs Driskell and Cummings are fine teachers and are giving excellent satisfactionJudge was the guest of friends at Falls of Rough Sunday Herbert M Beard and Paul Compton went to Louisville Tuesday Dr Milton Board of Hopkinsville was here Saturday and Sunday visiting his parents Judge and Mrs Milton Board The condition of Judge Board who has been sick for several weeks re mains about the same Hardinsburg has a new business firm the MoormanHatley Realty Co with offices in the Masonic Temple The firm is composed of Roy E Moorman 01J01I MADE FROM Copyright 190 bjr The Minilln Co MANALINI Is An Excellent Remedy for Constipation- There are many ailments directly dependent upon con stipation such as biliousnesst discolored and pimpled skin inactive liver dyspepsia over worked kidneys and headache Remove constipation andYall of these ailments disappear MANALIN can be relied upon to produce a gentle action of f the bowels making pills andtdrastic cathartics entirely unnecessary A dose or two of Manailn Is advisable in slight febrile attacks la grippe colds and influenza business manager of the Democrat and Erastus C Hatley formerly the pay master of the Superior and Pittsburg Copper Co of Bisbee Arizona Mr Hatley is native of New York and aJyoung man of fine business qualifications The firm will negotiate loans buy sell and rent property and write insurance This is business that is needed here and wifl be of great benefit to the town and surrounding community CASTORXAlean theThe Kind You Haw Always 8eeBfcittnn 111ct II I SPECIAL I ANNOUNCEMENT J I have the entire stock of the Undertaking Establishment of the late James Payne and will carry a complete line of coffins shrouds and will furnish carriagieshearse 1mif wanted and I promise to give entire sat isfactionMr Bell will have the management r W Je 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