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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 I THE BRECKENRIDG NEWSI ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 1 VOL7 XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 3 1907 8 Pages NO 38 r 1 ADDITIONAL JJTRAIN SERVICE Henderson Route Puts on Extra 1Train to Louisville on Satur days On Which Reduced Rates Are Effective 4 Louisville Ky April 2Special The Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway will effective Saturday April 6th and continuing every Saturday thereafter extend train No 148 to Lou Isville leaving Cloverport at 916 P M r Irvington at 1005 PM and Branden burg at 1030 P M arriving at Louis ville at 1140 P M thus affording our patrons an additional train through to i LouisvilleThe j will also authorize its y yagents to give the public the benefit of 1 the regular Sunday rate of one fare Iplus 25 cents for the round trip good IIonthis train Saturday night returning 113 leaving Louup to andincludingNo isville at 515 P M and No 115 leav f ing Louisville at 900 P 11 for all stations at which these trains are scheduled I to stop On Sunday April 7th train 147 will leave Louisville at 600 A II Making all the stops arriving at Evansville at 1130 A M This service will also be in effect on every Sund jjthereafter J A DIPTHERIA VICTIM Sudden Death of Hewitt Farber Little Son of Mr George Farber Wednesday March the twenty seventh a precious young life was taken from the home of Mr and Mrs If George Farber when their third child Hewitt Farber died suddenly with diptheria He had been ill only a few i days and his death was a great shock I to his devoted parents and little broth d rs anil sisterstThe little boy was three years of age and was an unusally bright child The funeral and interment took place Thurs day HARDINSBURG Quarterly court last Monday Fiscal court convened Tuesday with all the justices present The court will likely be in session four days Miss Nancy Kincheloe and Roy E Moorman were guests at Kingswood college Sunday SundayThe Rev Isaiah Cline concluded a meeting at Fairview Sunday- B F Beard Mr and Mrs Wm M Hensley and Miss Amanda Dean return ed home last week after spending two months in Florida Mrs Blanche Read who was with the party stopped at Birmingham Ala to visit her neice T J Moore spent Sunday at Glen deano Jams H Gardner was in Louisville last week purchasing goods for his storeMrs C L Beard was the guest of Mrs Board at Irvington last week Mr and Mrs M H Beard were visitors in Louisville several days of last week Dr W A Walker Jno D ShawW S Ball and Allen R Kincheloe left Tuesday for Enid Oklahoma They will return next week Robert Weatherford was a guest at the Commercial hotel Sunday Charles Youtsler of Brandenburg and John Brown of Rhodelia were in town Monday on a business trip John P Haswell Jr was in Louis ville last week on legal business Mrs Margaret May has returned home from a visit to Mr and Mrs SA Pate at West Point Mr and Mrs G W Beardcelebrat ed the 57th anniversary of their mar riage Sunday The American Society of Equity held its regular quarterly meeting at the Court hquse Monday President Wilson presided and important business was transacted About 150 delegates were in attendance Edmund Wroe of Cloverport was in town Monday James Younger of Cloverport was in the city Monday The condition of Mr John Squires remains about the same Mr W K Barnes is much improved IS THE PEACH CROP KILLED Local Fruit Growers Differ In Their Opinions Is the peach cro p killed is the ques tion that many are asking since the cold snap of Sunday night From the opinions of the various local fruit growers who have closely examined the young buds but little satisfaction is gotten as they vary widely in esti mating the extent of t he damage Mr Wm Ashby who is considered an authority on all matters pertaining to fruit growing says that his large or chard was not damaged by the freeze His opinion is shared by Mr Fred May Sr while Mr James Mills ofI near town expresses his belief that the crop has been killed Others who have carefully examined the buds and who have formed the same conclusions as Mr Mills are Mr Clint C Murray of near town and Mr Al Ryan on the Indiana side Each of these gentlemen is engaged in fruit growing Reports from throughout the State are as widely at variance as to the ex tent of the injury done as are the local fruit growers The News No Pure Drug Cough Cure Laws would be needed if all Cough Cures were like Dr Shoops Cough Cure isand has been for 20 years The national Law now requires that if any poisons enter into a cough mixture it must be printed on the label or pack age For this reason mothers and others should insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure No poison marks on Dr Shoops labelsand none in the medi cine else it must by law be on the label And Its not onlv safe but it is said to be by those who know it best a truly remarkable cough remedy Take no chance particularly with your chil dren Insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure Compare carefully the Dr Snoops package with others and eee No poison marks there Yau can always be ol1lhe safe side b demand ing Dr SUoops Cough Cure Simply refuse to accept any other Sold by Severs Drug Co When you that a scruti j nixing at the top If your passes youre pretty apt to be good s Youll be right in if youre one of r our hats we have the kinds that are for this wear N SHAPINSKY BROSTHE M IRVINGTON Mrs Louis H Jolly has returned from Louisville where she has been the guest of Miss Claire Jolly at her school at Bellwood Mrs Kirby Blain and two children of Stephensport spent a few days of last week the guest of Mr and Mrs J IhBiggsLeonard spent in Louisville on business Mr and Mrs W J Cornwall and daughter Mrs S R McClintick re turned Wednesday from New Albany Indianawhere they have been visiting Edwin Jolly is spending his Easter vacation at his home this week Mrs T N McGlothlan and Mrs J R Wimp assisted by Mrs G T Mar shall gave their Sunday school classes BaptistIforty were in attendance and enjoyed the sport Mrs F H McGhee spent a few days in Stephensport last week with her sister Mrs Dick Skillman Miss Virginia Hawes of Owensboro is the guest of Mr and Mrs Charlie Hawes for an indefinite time Mrs Charlie Beard and baby of Hardinsburg was the guest of Mrs Nora Board Friday Rev Lyons preached a splendid sermon to a large and attentive audi ence at the Methodist church last Sun day Revival services will continue throughout the week Mrs Julia Clarkson returnad to her home at Big Spring Monday after a two weeks visit to her daughter Mrs H H Kemper Mr and Mrs Hollis Noafus of Lou isville were the guests of Mr and Mrs Bud Neafus Sunday Miss B Ada returned to Lou isville Sunday after a few days the guest of her sister Mrs R B McGlothlan and Miss Willa Drury Mr Clarence Sale of Louisville has installed gasoline lights into the Methodist church They are brilliant and beautiful and the machine is exceedingly simple in its adjustment The congregation feel justly proud of this marked improvement Miss Iva Mudd of Louisville is with her parents now for several days II DeliciousI Hot Biscuitt I WITH f r I ROYALII are the most appetizing health ful and nutritious of foods Muchdepends uponthe Baling Powder ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK MrsAnnie Herndon is expected home this week after spending the last two months in Louisville the guest of her sister Mrs J 11 Tydings MrsOrlie Woolfolk and babyof Lou isville are viiitors of her sister Mrs T R Blythe W J Piggott H H Kemper and A B Suter left last Tuesday for Custer to arrange business for thr new bank at that place J T Claycomb left Sunday for New Haven where he will spend several days the guest of his son Crayton ClaycombSeveral from here took advantage of the cheap rates to Louisville last week Marion Adkisson and family arrived here Saturday from Osborne for a visi to his brother T J Adkisson Morgan Richardson of Brandenburg is the guest of Dr and Mrs L B Moremen Mrs Will Gardner spent Thursday ii- iHI SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHES TALK r Good Clothes may not make a man but they n make him presentable in either the social or 1 business world They are essential to success Good clothes give you an air of prosperity But expensive clothes are not always good clothes What makes a good dresser is the quality of the goods combined with the style fit and finish and that is not necessarily expensive The makers of Fitrite Clothes have in corporated each of essential qualities into their product and as a consequence FITRITE IS FASHIONS MODEL wear longer they look better and are always in popular favor The best dressers wear Fitrite This seasons demand for Fitrite clothes has been extraordi narily heavy and you will readily see why by taking a look through our stock Every conceivable cut color and fabric in harmony with the seasons style A suit of Fitrite will fix you up for the Spring and Summer and will class you with the fashionably dressed Hedwerselect your remember i public always begins headgear muster pronounced dresser line wearing because selected and shapes making hits everywhere seasons BIG Giles Saturday Drury spending MADE these choice Footweari Your feet must look respectable You cannot have re spectable lookingl feet without shoes that have both style andcomfort THE SHOES WITH A RECORDHamilI tonBrown Bros and Thos Briggs Co They have a reputation for quality honestly earned They give satisfaction in service and always look well I Gents Furnishing Goods Here is where a mans toilet is completed The finishing touches are very important items to the good dresser Neckties collars shirts down to the little incidentals are found in our store Everything new Many different styles and any one of them the latest A prettier line of shirts or neckties never adorned the Gents Furnishing Department of a dry goods store BAKING POWDER and Friday in Brandenburg the guost of Mr and Mrs Lonnie Rhodes- S P Payne and brother had a opening last week of their new stock of goods and are now ready for business hisfamilyposition in S P Paynes store supply plants palms and ferns at her dwelling just opposite the postoffice Pneumonias Deadly Work had so seriously affected my right lung writes Mrs Fannie Connor of Rural Route 1 Georgetown Tenn that I coughed continuously night and day and the neighbors prediction con myhushandKings New Discovery which in my case proved to be the only real cough lungsWhen ugninstIIlDScovery the real remedy Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co 50c and 1 Trial bottle free I I I They headwear M Friedman MftfJL1OHlQWNS Cs PICNIC e LACE HamiltonBrownIHamiltonBrownFriedman Thos Briggs Co V1ussIlOtFORSTYL T1 MAnx 1OF MERIT CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY i mff iV1 t ptAOe F MATTINGLY Death of Mr Vircimius Pate Residence BurnedOther- News Notes t Mattingly Ky Mrs W B Tall is still confined to her room Mr and Mrs Charlie Howard of Jegersonville are expected here short- S ly to visit her father Dr William Howard Oscar Pate of Renfro Oklahoma tome out last week to be at the bedside of their sick father Vircisimus Pate Charley Barbee had the misfortune to loose his house and all the contents ex cept two feather beds by fire last Wednesday Mrs O W Sanders visited Mr and Mrs Lollie Keenan last Sunday and MondayOtis was the guest of Miss Lena Hawkins last Sunday Walter Brickey went to Louisville lost Monday Mr and Mrs Ernest Pate of Clo verport visited her parents Mr and Mrs C D Hambleton last Thursday Gardening is all the go at present Mr and Mrs Wm Smith of Clover For Bronchitis TAKE VINOL it heals the bronchial tubes and remedies the cough For centuries oldfashioned cod liver oil has been prescribed by physicians the world over for coughs bronchitis weak lungs and consump tion but many could not take it on account of its useless fishy oil Anyone can take our delicious cod liver preparation Vinol which con tains all tho medicinal and curative elements of cod liver oil actually taken from fresh cods livers but no oil and wherever oldfashioned cod liver oil or emulsions would do good Yinol will do far more good Try it on our guarantee Severs Drug Co port visited their grand daughter and family Nrs Roscoe Lasley last Thurs dayMr and Mrs Alf Hawkins visited her parents Mr and Mrs C B Pate at Cloverport last Thursday Forrest Wave and Shelby Pate of Cloverport attended the funeral of their uucle Vircisimus Pate last Wednesday Born March the 29 to the wife of George Newman a girl Died at his home on Clover Creek Mach 26 Mr Vircisimus Pate aged seventysix years and ten months He leaves a wife four sons one daughter and a host of friends to mourn their loss Truly we can say a good man has goneMr Pates parents moved to the present home when he was only three years old and therejhe has spent his life He will be sadly missed in his commun ity He was a member of the Clover Creek Baptist church Mr Pate is survived by the follow ing children Mrs Sadie Brickey Mike Allison Pate Owensboro Oscar Pate Renfrow Okla Ernest Pate Clover port Alvin Pate Mike The following sisters also survive Mrs Mary Smith Cloverport Mrs Judith Pate Mike Mrs Maggie Brickey Nickerson Kas Good for everything a salve is uses for and especially recommended for Piles It That is what we say abont De Witts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve That is what twenty years of usage has proven Get the original Sold by all 1 druggists J PARREACHING DECISIONI Court Holds In Favor of Cheap Strict Railway Fare Memphis Tenn March 29Sus taining the validity of a city ordinance ItStreetI ticket at the rate of six for 25 cents and declaring the extended franchise 1 which the company has bten claim t lot since Nov 20 1905 Is of no legal I value Judge Plttman decided the 1 2000 damage suit of William G Byrne against the Memphis Street Railway company in favor of the 1 plaintiff Attorneys for the defendant Immediately tiled notice of appeal The case was that of W G Byrne rs the Memphis Street Hallway com j pany In which the former sued for 2000 on account of the failure of 1 the company to comply with the ordin ance and sell him six tickets for 25 J cents twelve tickets for 50 and 25ii tickets for a dollar Since the suit was brought as a test Judgment of 50 had been privately agreed upon by counsel The decision IBI regarded as farreaching Lord Kelvin gave it as his opinion that there is no virtue in the divining rod Itself that the power lies entirely with the operator IIJ Sporting Boy A red sorrel stallion foaled in 1900 with small star and a little white on inside of left hind ankle This is a grand stallion of great style good bone and beautiful color He is l6Jt hands high and well proportioned and weighs 1300 pounds He has the very best of feet and legs and is as well bred as any saddle stallion in America He combines many of the characteristics of both the Morgan and Denmark families of Kentucky He is by My Owns Boy Jr who is by My Owns Boy and his dam is Belle Slaughter 382 N S H R Vol 1 My Owns Boy is by the grandly bred Ty Own No 1521 who was by Artist 65 and out of Lady Graves 57 who was by Mont Rose 106 Artist was by the renowned King William 67 who was by Washington Den mark 64 King William sired Black Eagle 74 who sired Black Squirrel 53 who is famous as a sirr of style and good qualities throughout Kentucky and many other states SPORTING BOYS dam is by the renowned model and show stallion Endor 27 who had more premiums to his credit than any stallion in his day and had for his sire King Denmark and dam by Boliver th Sporting Boys 2nd dam was by Warren Chief he by Cabals Lexington who was one of the most noted sires and show stallions Kentucky ever had Cabels Lexing tons dam was by old Tom Hall the founder of the pacing horse family in Kentucky and Tennessee His second dam was by Old Coppeibottom who was one of ths founders of saddle horses in Kentucky and Tennessee Sporting Boy not only possesses the blood line but has all tho qualities in action and beauty He is a saddle horse from a walk to all gaits and in a trot he is a trotter and In a rack he is a wonder He is absolutely sound l and has proven a sure breeder TAR FORK I Felix Dunn and Eli Fisher went to Jolly Thursday Norvin Chancellor was in Cloverport Tuesday J T Bates of McQuady was at T H Bates Monday on legal business Miss Kate Hintonof near Cloverport has secured the promise of the Morton school Eli Taul moved his family two weeks ago to the King farm above Cloverport L C Taul a merchant of Jolly Sta tion came out last Sunday with his daughter Irene and were the guests of Mrs Tilitha Keenan Mrs Alice Saunders and children of Evansvilleare the guests of her cousin Mary Keenan and other relatives here MrsJohn Eastons mother and sister of Easton visited her Saturday and SundayMrs Felix Dunn spent a few days last week at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Campbell on Tar Creek Mrs Campbell was ill but is improving Rev Cicero Cawly of Patesville preachek at Keenan Chapel Sunday night Bitten by a Spider Through blood poisoning caused by a spider bite John Washington of Bos queville Tex would have lost his leg which became a mass of running sores had he not been persuadod to try Buck lens Arnica Salve He writesliThe first application relieved and four box es heaed all the sores It25c Guar anteed at Severs Drug Co Where Is He- Glendeahe Ky March 29th Mr Editor Dear SirCanany of you gentlemen tell me where John Jennings is I have written him two letters and I cant hear from him Is he asleepor has he been washed off in the flood Are the roads so bad he cant get out think Mr St Clair ought to put some body in the Second District that would get out and see about the roads Now Mr J J Askins has fixed two mud holes in his part of the road so has Mr F T Dean Mr Keenan said Mr Jennings was going to fix that bad mud hole and put in anew culbert I dont think he is going to fix it I can tell you what he is going to do He is going to let somebody get hurt in that mud hole and then he will have to pay them I guess That would not be any more than what is right A man that can do anything and wont he ought to be made to do it or turn him off and put some man in his place that has some hustling qualities about him Nolie Ashley I R R Carrier I Route No 1 w GLENOEANE Frank Claycomb of Irvington was here Saturday Glasscock Co had a auction last Saturday Dave Henry of Irvington was the auctioneer W C Moorman went to St Louis this week E L Robertson shipped scar load of nice hogs this week Joe Moore and Willie Moore of Mc Daniels spent Sunday with A E MooreMrs Jeff Owen is visiting her broth ers at St Louis this week John Kiper was the guest of Miss Maude Harris at McDaniels Sunday Mrs Annie Robards of Fordsville spent several days of last week herej visiting friends I Miss Mattie Cuntryman of Arkansas is visiting Mrs R T Dempster Mr J T Moore of Hardinsburg was the guest of Miss Nell Moorman J D Babbage of Cloverport was here one day last week Rev Willis Stone of Grayson was the guest of F M Powell Sunday Mr and Mrs Louis Ashley was the guest of Mr Tod Ashley Sunday Uncle Henry DeHaven is better at this writing- C W Dean is working his road this week Mr Dean is a good road overseer and he will sure put his part in good shape Jade Marine lost one of his horses Sunday night with the colic Only a little cold in the head may be the beginning of an obstinate case of Nasal Catarrh Drive out the invader with Elys Cream Balm applied straight to the inflamed stuffed up airpassages Price SOc If you prefer to use an atomizer ask for Liquid Cream Balm It has all the good qualities of the remedy in solid form and will rid you of cartarrh or hay lever No cocaine to breed a dreadful habit No mercury to dry out the secretion Price 75c with spraying tube All druggists or mailed bv Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Another Theo Roosevelt Rev and Mrs A L Osborne of Union Star are receiving congratula tions of their friends on the arrival of a son whom they have named Theodore Roosevelt in honor of the president The babys birthday was March the twentysecond OaSTOBXABean theThe KM You Hate Always Boogbt 81ga tare YAof iklu III MM1 olN WeMhNWMMiIAAY iA AiAMMMMOd +1wMMAAA THIS Horse and JackWill make stand Hardinsburg Ky the stable formerly owned by C V Robertson Sporting Boy Will make the season 1250 insure living colt Black Warrior John 10 insure living colt Money due when mare fraded parted with lien retained oft coif for payment of same All possible care taken prevent accidents or escapes but not responsible should any occur Dortt SufferIlnight longs from toothache neural siia or rheumatism Slqeovrs Y iJbrvincveivt tkills the pain quiets theinerves and induces sleep- At all dealers Price HOO Dr Erl SSIoeov BostorMacSSUSA r 1 J71rJg 11- Iw ru DIAMOND BRAND yyard fIlI t OXFORDSIi u h tr 1 Are made over special Oxford Lasts andclasp the foot perfectly at all fitting snug up under the arch and at the heel without unsightly bulging at the sidesqlv This unusualoxford quality mates Diamond Brand low cuts worth fort TIN DEALER IF 1VURS HASIT THEM MAKERS WE MME MORE FINE 311OES THAN iANY OTHER HOUSE jNp IN THE WEST Persons who will sit out a play or listen to an interesting conversation without coughing seem to be seized as soon as they compose themselves to bear u sermon with distressing irrita tion of the windpipe that can be relieved only by violent and continued British Medical Journal I+ rM1i at at t at to a to a is or A to 25c 50c Ii I points asking ANOTHER coughing Our Friends Friends Nothing astonishes us as a rule more than the friends of our friends We Invariably look upon them with suspicion and wonder especially when i we have heard a great deal about them In what their attraction can possibly conHlst London Ladles Field Black Warrior John r J Known as the Miller Jack one of the best breeders and one of the finest Jacks in Kentucky 15 12 hands high weight 1000 poundsand is a sure foal getter A Premium of 1250 will be given best colt of Sporting Boy 10 best colt of Black Warrior r JohnWill oJ give UKr for premium colt i from Sporting Boys1 u Will give 75 for premium colt from r Black Warrior JohnIH M and A T BEARD Owners Hardinsbur Ky r x- s 4 11 tAr Positive CURE CATARRH Elys Cream Balm iIs quickly absorbed f Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects tho diseased mem brone It cures Go tarrh and drives away a Cold in the FEYERstoresTaato and Smell Full size CO cts at Drug gistsor by mail Trial Size 10 eta by mail i lyBrothers 50 Warren Street New York R SB ANDY CO s Successors to C F Jean Co IRVINGTON KY L4 CASHFor ProduceButter h ButterEggs y Poultry aSpecialty TraclTprices on branch and main line of L H St L Ry ReS BANDY CO- J B Biggs Manager I IStylish Tailor made clothes All tho latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailois employed j H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cnndelton Ind Sent on Approval Send no Money WE WILL TRUSTYOU 10 DAYS5200 HAIR SWITCH Send a lock of your hair and we will mall a 22 rn short stem fine human hair switch to match If satisfactory remit 200 In ten days Extra shadesa little more Inclose 5 cents postage Mrs A Lord Louisville Ky 3S8 4th Ave Room 402 L r3utYour Money where It will grow under your own control and grow raster than In any other fl slit way Write for our free N which tells all GGbfoklct and to Hank conveniently by Mull any part of the State a percent Interest fffrom youfOur apltal tit FASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a necessity in the hygienic care of the 11 person and for local treatment of feminine ills As a wash its cleansing germicidal deodorizing and healing qualities are extraordinary For sale 11 at Druggists Sample free Address i The R Paxton Co Boston Mass t H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- tiARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of tF v Courts of Bro yenrldge and adjoining cont MM Special attention lectin rod cases and criminal practice License tr practice In United StatesDistrict Courts l Office rves Bank of Bardlnaburcc t Puck Outdone The Inventor had called on his patent attorney and told him tolido the best he could He hnd left his bluo prints and plans and It was up to the attor ney to guard the secret Ill see said the lawyer when his Client had Vone whats In this thojtep was this big headline Device for laying cables around the World In twentyfour hours I Ono end of tho cable Is fastened to a post tho explanation said The rest of the coil Is curried far up above tho cloudsup above the earths atmos Phercby an Immense balloon As the world revolves tho balloon stands still and tho cable will unwind from tho Ii coil In twentyfour hours the circuit will be made The earth will be In t twined and the work completed Bos l ton Heraldt i tCASTORIAi For Infants and Children Tin Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Slpaturoof l of o of + + t s tutt ithei tBy JOSEPH C LINCOLN tAuthor f Capn Erf f TCopyrightaIOrd TI 3 3 dHHHHI H4o 2 b CHAPTER XV CTOBER had been a month of exceptfonally pleasant weath er but In the night of Nov 1 Bradley woke to feel thenn old house trembling and to hear the rain thundering on tho roof overhead and rattling against the windows While he was dressing he heard voices in the road below and opening the window saw Jim Rogers the fish peddler sitting in his wagon with the rain sluicing from the peak of his sou wester and carrying on a shouted con rersatlon with Mrs Baker What did you say twas Mr Rogers screamed tho old lady speaking through tho closed blinds of her chant berwindowThe big six masted coal barge Shes high and dry on the Razorback Hawser parted The tugs train to got her oR now but Capn Knowles telephoned Sam Hardy that twant no use Bradley didnt hear the last part of the conversation He struggled Into his clothes and then putting on his oilskins ran out of the house and down the road Bradieys objective point was the postofQcc He wanted to see Hardy and learn the particulars but Captain Tltcomb was there before him They met at the door The captains eyes were shining Come on Brad he said I was Jest goln to send for you I know all about it He told the story as they walked to the wharf In the pouring rain It was as Rogers had said The great barge twin sister of the Liberty was on her way from Boston to New York under tow The storm had come up unex pectedly and the hawser had parted Now she was fast on the Razorback shoalCrlmustee exclaimed the captain Wont she be a Job Brad Brad It you and me could only have the chance Alvin Bearse who boarded nowadays at the house of a relative In Orham was already on board the Diving Belle when the partners reached her Shes hard and fast for sure mut tered Captain Tltcomb when they reached the hulk Five thousand tons of coal Inside of her and this notheaster drlvln her farther on every minute I swan to man Brad shes there for awhile No tugnor three tugs furs that goes can haul her off Member what I said when the Liberty come so near landin where she is Its an anchor and cable Job and we can do that as well as anybody and cheaper than the big fellers If theyll onlyI let us try By crlmustce theyve got tol That evening the train brought rep resentatives of three large wrecking companies to Orham The younger Mr Cook came also The partners saw him but he would give them no sat isfaction You must come to Boston tomorrow If you want to bid he said But I tell you frankly price Isnt the only thing we must be satisfied that the Job can be carried through It was evident that he didnt believe they could handle It But Bradley and the captain were certain they could handle it if the chance was given them Seventy men at least would be needed and to house and feed them was the problem Tho Boston Salvage company had lighters and barges for this purpose and they had not But there was tho big shanty at the Point the one In which the picnic had been held Thirty men had lived and slept there before By build ing new bunks and slinging hammocks twice that number at least could find room The rest must occupy other shanties or come up to Orham at night The partners schemed and figured un til nearly 4 oclock In the morning One of them must go to Boston that day The captain said Bradley ought to go because Cook knew him but the junior partner didnt agree You go Capn Ez he said with decision Youre a better bargainer than I am and itll take a good talker and a clever trader to land this Job In tho face of the competition Go and good luck be with youl So the captain went on the first train He promised to telegraph as soon as a decision was reached But no telegram came that day All the next forenoon Bradley hung about the station waiting The noon train arrived no captain and still no word Ho determined to wait until the even Ing train arrived and then If the captain didnt como to telegraph But the first man ore the train was Captain Tit combD1dntget It hey asked Bradley Oh t got It Yes I got It Now dont ask any more questions here Como on down to my room Ho was silent all the way to the Travelers Rest and for a man who had Just secured the greatest contract of his business life seemed strangely downcast When they reached tho room he locked the door and threw his overcoat and hat on the sofa Well he said slowly I made Bos ton all right and stood for Cook Sons under full canvas I hailed the young squirt with the hay on his upper lip and asked him if the old man was In What do you want to see him for says ho Son says I you trot r niuuft ne it guuu mtra uvf smS 78K the old man that the feller thats goln to git the Freedom off Orhnra shoal is out here That kind of fetched him over with n slat and he went In and told Cook In a minute out he comes and pilots me into the skippers state roomI callate Cook was expectlu to see another feller Are you from the Sal vage company says he No says I taken a chair my names Tltcomb Im from Orham My partners a young feller name of NIckerson Hes the one you picked out to lift tin Libertys anchor that time Well that way of puttln It made him laugh and he told me to go ahead and spin my yarn only be quick I spun It but I aint sartin that I was quick I never talked so afore In my life though Ive beat it once sence When I hove an chor flnlly he says Capn theres nothln the matter with your nerve is there I told him no I hadnt had to take physic for It Well says he Id like to give you the Job but you aint big enough This aint anchor dragglnV Then I got after him again told him about the new schooner drew a diagram of the shoal and made It plain Jest how shed got to be got off It twas done at all and that we could do It as well as anybody else In the world and a whole lot cheaper At last he told me to come In and see him again late that afternoon I was round on time you bet The hay lip chap told me the old man had gone for the day but that hed left word that twas no use our firm want big enough for the Job Says I to tiny lip Wheres the old man live1 He didnt know beln a good liar I asked him In an Interested sort of way It ho was dead sure where he lived himself and went out to paw over the directory Inside of an hour I was on an electric car bound for Brook line and Cooks home Pretty soon down comes Cook In a swallcrtall coat He looked mad Is it you he says Didnt you git my message I told him Id got It but that twouldnt be fair to him to let that end It Pretty soon young Cook come In and he listened too Flnlly the old man says Well Tit comb whats your figger 1 told him what you and me hud agreed on lie seemed surprised I thought Then he and his son went Into the next room and talked When they come back he says Tltcomb youve got the perse verance of the devil or that partner of yours Put you In good company hey Brad Your price I dont mind tellln you he goes on is lower than any one else has given It you were a big ger concern I guess Id give the Job to you Anyway you come lu and see me tomorrcr Well this mornln I was at his otllce when the doors opened And there I set until after 2 this afternoon A fel ler from the Salvage company come in while I was there and so dill one from the South Boston tug people They went into Cooks room and come out again Flnlly the old man sent for me He and his son were there together Tltcomb says he Im a fool and I know It but Im goln to let you try to git the Freedom clear That wont all he sold lIe went on to What do you want to tee Mm fort says he tell me that In glyln us tho Job he was riskln a brand new vessel worth 80 000 Mind he says I blleve you can do It If anybody can but I wont risk another cent I wont pay by the day Ill give you 15000 when shes off tho shoal and towed to Boston but I wont pay a red until she is Its got to be n contract Job payment on deliv ery of the goods- Bradleys face fell Of course that settled It he said You couldnt ac cept such an idiotic offer as that Captain Ezra took his cigar from his mouth Well Brad he answered so berly thats what I did I accepted It Now Capn Ez look here You and I have put almost our last copper into the new schooner Weve got practically no ready money Wo must hire from seventy to a hundred men at 3n day and pay them every week We must feed em Wo must spend money fitting up the shanty to lodge em In Itll take maybe a month before we get her clearIf we do clear her We may have to spend fivo or six thousand before then Whores the money com ing from I know all that Well mortgage tho Diving Bello and raise tho cash Are you out of your head Weve been lucky so far and havent had n failure But failures are bound to come Suppose we work on this barge for a month and then a heavy gale I strikesBut Brad think of what it means to us If we mske good II Capn Ez we got that Job because r aoooay else wows UIKO it taut way We can do it if anybody can but nobody else would be fool enough to gamble against the Lord Almightys weather Wed be called fools from here to Provlncetown The captain drew n long breath All right he said gloomily Maybe youre right Brad It Is a crazy gam ble I spose and I was afraid youd see it that way Only you must make up your mind tp thisIt we give up this chance we must settle back and be nothln but anchor draggers the rest of our lives Weve flunked once and no matter how good the reason iIs no more big Jobs 11 come our way But if we make goodwhew Now It was Bradleys turn to hesitate There was some souse In what his partner said but It was playing against odds and with the last dollar on the tnble- Suddenly Bradley spoke Oh hang it whats the odds he exclaimed reck lessly Go ahead capn Ill sink or swim with you Captain Ezra grasped his hand I swore you would he cried Son this Jobs goln to make usl Bradieys laugh was short and rather bitterYes he said makeor break Continued next week Preventlcs will promptly check a cold or the Grippe when taken early or at the sneeze stage Preventics cure seated colds as well Preventics are little candy cold cure tablets and Dr Shoop Racine Wis will gladly mail you samples and a book on Colds free if you will wnte him The samples prove their merit Check early Colds with Preventics and stop Pneamonia Sold in Gc and 25c boxes by Severs Drug Co =trnltmn WfCCKCIS Linden Ala March 29 Engineer Fitzgerald was killed and Baggage master Galt and one passenger were Injured In the derailment of a west bound Louisville Nashville pas senger train here a mile west of Thomaston It Is alleged that iron piled on the track caused the entire train to leave the track Railroad Machinists Strike Nashville Tenn March 29Be cause of differences over the employment of nonunion labor In the shops of the Cincinnati Southern railroad at Oakdale and Somerset Ky the ma chinists have walked out It Is report ed that other shop men throughout the system will Join the strikers The Price of Health I The price of health in a malarious district IIP Just 25 cents the cost of a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Ella Slayton of Noland Ark New Life Pills cleanse gently and impart new life and vigor to the system loc Satisfaction guaranteed at Severs Drug Co Boy Hunter Accidentally snot Danville Ill March 29Calvln Perkins fifteen years old was acccl dentally killed with a shotgun in the woods near Sldell He was hunting with two other lads and was passing a loaded shotgun to one of his com panions when It was discharged the load taking effect In his stomach lie died Instantly He was a son of Jas Perkins a wollUomvn resident of Sldell Wanted In Texas Parkersburg W Va March 29 Chief of Police Oliver has received a telegram from W W McConnlgs sherriff of Hardin county Texas re questing him to hold Ed Shlngloton arrested here on Tuesday night on a murder charge until he could secure requisition papers and come here for the prisoner Shingleton has confessed to the crime It Costs Nothing To find out for a certainty whether or not your heart is affected One person in four has a weak heart it may be you If so you should know it now and save serious con sequences If you have short breath fluttering palpitation hungry spells hot flushes if you cannot lie on left side if you have fainting or smother ing spells pain around heart in side and arms your heart is weakand perhaps diseased Dr Miles Heart Cure will re lieve you Try a bottle and see how quickly your condition will improve About a year ago I wrote to the Miles Medical Co askIng advice as I was suffering with heart trouble and paInIndeepbrenthtion would cause palpitation and I could not lie on my left side without suffering They advised me to try Dr Miles Heart Cure and Nervine which I did with the result that I am in better health than I ever was before having Grained 14 pounds since I com menced taking It I took about thir teen bottles of the two medicines and havent been bothered with my heart since MRS LILLIE THOMAS Upper Sanduslty Ohiol Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottlo will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind t OOOOOOOO ooooooooo gBecauseyour powers of resistance weakened ITake Scott j Emulsion I f It builds up and strengthens your entire system g 0 It contains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites so 0t- Qt prepared that it is easy to take and easy to digest jv tQtALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 O OOOOOO O OOOO n nn Mrs Fliuhenlth tat hotel entrance No 1 hove no money for you I dont see why 1111 allebodled man like you should pi about lagging Lazy Tramp I spso 11111111 its for about the same reason that a healthy woman like you boards at a hotel Instead of keepln house When you need a pill take a pill and be sure Its an Early Riser DeWitts Little Early Risers are safe sure satis factory pills The pills with a repu tation They do not gripe or sicken They are sold here by all druggists 1 I i t Marrying Under the Gallows In olden days If a man or I would consent to marry under the gal lows a person condemned to death might thereby be saved from execu tion This happened according to an old English ballad to a Chlchester merchant who was thus saved by a loving maiden In 1784 a criminal at 1 New York escaped In the same way and all readers of Victor Hugos Notre Dame will remember that power ful and dramatic scene where Esmeral da saves Pierre Orlngolre T Ps London Weekly The Bank of Hardinsburg- and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000- B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byJFire or Burglary NNNN NNNNNNN N1 THE- y Fifth Avenue HOTEL ITI Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr womanI = 1The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city making a 200 rate Only one block from the principal 8hopptrjR61strlct and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the city- Everything neat and iclean IWHY WE LAUGH a Little Nonsense doff and Then Is Relished by the Wisest Men Judges Quarterly 100 a year t Judges Library 100 a year Sis Hopkins Mon 100 a year On receipt of TWENTY CENTS we will enter your name for a three months trialI subscription for either of these bright witty told humorous journals or for ONE DOLLAR will add LESLIE I WEEKLY or JUDGE for the same period of iinu Address i Judge Company 225 Fourth Avenue New York LlmQAee tedAtaQeNee eetDtDC 9dt190i et9e NOtieieleea- f i11 i11First State Bank 1 4 IRVINGTON KYifIf- W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePreslden H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Dep- ositseeoeeeoeeeeea I iiLeae 100 STUDENTS WANTED To Qualify for the 7OO or snore desirable poeltione that we wtu betalied upon to SUI In the next year We had Og4 such calls in the put year Our graduates are In such groat demand by business men because we train them more THOROUGHLY than other schools train their graduates QUALITY counts with the shrewd busi pees men of this day and age If you are unwise enough to cheat yourself by taking a cheap short course at some school of questionable reputation you can not with ufpmentinduceabuelneeamantor Our honorable career or fortytwo years appeals more strongly to business men when In need of competent stenographers and bookkeepers than all the claptrap under the sun jYouget a GOOD reputation by attending i mf and we make you do THOR I OtINCOPORATCDOIIOII work with the result that you wlU be wanted by business mn when you graduate Enroll as soon as possible Ask for elegant 08pagn catalogue BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Second Walnut lonljrllle Ky itsssceoeeIH BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier I ti L LioiitFoot Vlcerrcsldont CHAS SKILLUAN AsstCashler I iTheOld Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGE t i BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 tr Insured in every way and protected by the very I IequipmentIdeposits solicitedt I i ft- h 1 BRED KElRIDGE NEWS I UNO D BABBAQE SONS PublIshing Co lamed Every Wednesday u subscription Price f100 a year Ior 9195 If paid at the end of year 1AKD3 OFT ANK8 over five lines charge ir M the rate of 10 rents per line 9K1TUARIEB charged for at the ivUe of 5 ante per tine Money In advance Kxamlnn the label on your paper If It 1 l Ot correct please notify us I = When ordering a change In the address tmcrlbers should give their old as well WI the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY APRIL 3 1907 Col Bert Cunningham of Chenault says the fruit crop is all right lambs well the frui I The little as as I i suffered during the cold snap We never saw so many plows moving at this time of year They mean gold dollars in the pockets of the farmers Dont forget the Farmers Institute attt Hardinsburg next Friday and Saturday If you just catch on to one idea it willl i pay you for your time Its the know Ing how now in farming as well as in fithor lines You are sure to hear something that will lift you out of the uts Words of encouragement uplifting suggestions all go to make the hoe and the plow go easier Julius Dutschke says he has four acres of alfalfa that is simply fine ready to cut now It is in its secondI year The first year he says it didnt domuch but it was because he failedl to manure it This year he usedl manure and lime freely and it payed him Mr Dutschke should be at the Institute next Saturday and tell how he did it- The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company make public this week theirII quarterly statement something unusual I for banks to do in this section It isII the proper thing to do It gives confi dencf Jh A banking institution and r straagthaiu and opens up a new light on the bueiness of banking The more q famillr the people become with bunk ji ing methods the more their faith and m confidence increases and the more + b tines they will Intrust to banking 4 corporations Morris ttwwl iin to be 1 congratulated on this splendid showing pf th+ t Uank of Hardinsburg and Trust m Company in its first quarterly statement L tor 1907 There is probably not another bank in tlii SlttU rUilittf Il proportionate amount of business that can issue a M statement surpassing the statement of r this bank The deposits of Mr Beards g bank since the first of January have in = oroased 4021203 making a grand total of 30499274 The profits of the bank for the first quarter show over four per tent per annum It is a pretty fine statement and puts Hreckenridge county to tho front along banking lines Additional Local If you want to make your wife happy get her a sack of Lewisport Flour sold in Cloverport by Preston Williams and OConnellIvan Bates of Owensboro came Monday to visit his parents Mr and Sirs Thos H Bates at Tar Fork Mrs J D Babbage returned home from Louisville Saturday after a visit to Mrs D W Fairleigh We Trust Doctors If you are suffering from impure blood thin blood de bility nervousness exhaus tion you should begin at once with Ayers Sarsaparilla the Sarsaparilla you have known all your life Your doctor knows it too Ask him about it Cnlen there li dilly action of the bowels polionotii products are absorbed cauilng head ache bMlouineil nausea dyspepsia and thus preventing the Harsapnrllla from doing Its best work Ayer Mill are liver pills Act gently all vegetable Had CoLowellMassAlso Y J HAIR VIGOR W QCHERRY PECTORA- LW have no secrets I We publish I the formulas of all our medloinM tff IMicar Axle Grease J lengthens the life of the wagon saves horse power time and tem per Best lubricant in 111 the worldcontains li P powdered mica Iff irrBIasmooth hard coating on axle and lereduces friction- If you want your outfit to last and earn money while it lastsgreaset- he axles with Mica I Axle GreaseS- TANDARD J OIL COMPANY u r rataa I WantS Advertisements Inserted under this head at one cent a word per week FARM FOR SALElid acres H mile east of know as the It M Parsons farm Good buildings good water and plenty of timber lor further Information call on or address W M Dunn McDtmle s Ky FOR SA LEOood pale work mules wagon harness 11 C Weatherholt Clover port Ky FOIL SALE Span of mules sixteen hands safe to work unythero Sound as a dollar II IL Hardln Cloverport SALE Gold ring with pretty setting worth W for 175 Exchange Department orBreckcnrldfio News Cloverpt Ky u u WANTEDA toad Jersey cow fresh Vm iburj ly u FOR SALE 100 acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn 16 acres in meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 1500 cash For further particulars write the Breckenrldge News Cloverport Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutttnl machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline EnKlnesMAUTIN GABLE 518 3rd Street Louisville IvS- ALESMEN WANTEDThree salesmen county township and railroad surveys of Kentucky These surveys are a splendid compilation of facts figures and drawings and of wonderful value Counties and towns are fully Indexed and populations of each are given Railroads plainly shown and distances betwaen all stations aUoglven Congressional districts outlined and nun bored A splendid opportmdt men Rand McNally Co Chicago Ill FOR SALEOne pair small work muls or JusSh hh boolJOWriterTeaches andloveand legal forms for transaction Only 480 News o1l1ceI r c iDR TAYLOR Representing A ly TAYLOR KEENE DENTISTS i YlOP OWENSBORO Will be In Cloverport Monday M April I Dont T- alkPaint f IIT a dealer with a II- D1 few gallons of onerkind Come to J We are the Paint people j SEVERS DRUG CO BIG SPRING Miss Leah Meador visltsd her sister Mrs T C Williams at West Point last week and attended the exposition at LouisvilleMrs and son Karl went to Louisville Thursday for a few days and then Karl will go to Bowling Green to attend school H Meyer made his regular trip to Louisville Sunday Messrs C O Martin R S Dowell John H Meador and Clyde Dowell were all in Louisville last week selling tobac co and attending the exposition Miss Scott who has been here visi ting her sister Mrs McConnell for the past six weeks returned to her home at Kuttawa last Thursday Jim Sublett of near Denver Colorado is here visiting his mother Miss OIl Shumate left Saturday for Bowling Green to enter the State Nor mal John D Meador went to Louisville lit MONfT ROSE I n a MONT ROSE is a beautiful chestnut sorrel stallion 15 34 hands high full made fine style and perfect action Absolutely the purest gaited biggest gaited and straightest gaited com bined horse in this part of Kentucky He is a most elegant and perfect breeder His products are of fine size and great acti on what it takes to make an all round horse and for color form and finish are hard to equal After a careful sturdy of our county and its needs we present to you in our opinion the best combined saddle and harness stallion that this country affords We I have watched with great interest the development of Mont Roses colts for the past four years I and they have to our satisfaction proven wonders They are show horses business horses 1f and farm horses so you will makeI no mistake to breed your mares to this horse I MONT Rose Was sired by Darling Denmark heby Happy Cross First darn Fannie C b- yi i Cromwell Second dam by old Cabells Lexington I MONT ROSE will make this season at the farm of R G Robertson Glendeane Ky for 15 to insure a living colt Al possible care will be taken to prevent accidents or Iescapes but not responsible should any occur the Breckenridge Fair at Hardinsburg 1908 we will give a premium of 25 to the best IIIIAtHont Roses colts S15 for the second and 10 for the third and will give S1OO for the colt All colts to be broken and shown by halter We solicit your patronage C Vic Robertson allfl L Beard Owners 1 Notice Coal Call On WILLIS CLARK For the Best Coal in the State Sunday to see his wife and to Branden burg Monday to renew his saloon li cense Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest flood Purifier tree If your blood is impure thin die eased or full ofhumors if you have blood poisou cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle 3 bottles for 250 or 6 bottles fcr f5 Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlan ta Ga B B B is especially advisedI for chronic deepseated cases as iit cures after all else fails Miss Louella Glaycombof Owens boro is expected soon to visit Mi Amby Williams I J THE BEST PROOF of a bill paid is a cancelled check Open an account with us and get a checkbookA will help you in business in many ways and your cancelled checks may be useful eomo time for reference Small accounts are welcomed here as woll as 1largo ones sBANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT KY k j i i4JCadick Milling Coe SALESa- re constantly increasing which is the best proof of the satisfaction CADICKSGOLD ft FLOUR is giving our customers Money spent f for good flour is a good investment It pleases your cook for without it she can F ttot Try IMAKERSI Grandview Ind t I1 1GREGORY I PLANING MILL COMPANY PROPRIETORS f CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY ttt We have Contractor James M Lewis associated with us and ca91l furnish plans and estimates for buildings HI Our Mill Work is of good material and best workmanship and ourll l prices are reasonable We have several grades of roofing at prices from 1 to 325 pe square jg Our best RuberioU will last as long as the building l 4 I A t iiJ r i jJ 1 rtih r the Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 3 1907 =I Mr and Mrs D Stuart Miller Jr were here from Owensboro Monday IiIOCounells Dr and Mrs HKTaylor of Owens boro arrived here Monday ywas home from the south last week Mrs Gardner Agnew Mrs Nathan iel Tucker and MrsChas Jackson were in Louisville Thursday Mrs Benton Ubanks of Frankfort is the guest of her mother Mrs Robert Polk Miss Verna Ryan of Tobinsport is the guest of relatives Preston sells Lewisport flour the best In the market Mr and Mrs H C Pate were iin Owensboro the first of the week Miss Lucy McGavock is the guest of Mrs Leon McGavock M 1d- t att 8 Miss IJva t u ci Morgan visited her sister Mrs iac B sic men Saturciu I t t i u Miss Mnt te e rter has returned from a visit tofrleinii t uwonsboro Mrs C KMhuryot tknton Harbor Mich who h f been spending the winter in Floruiu is expected here this week to visit her parents Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer on her wuy home Mr Fred Fruizu is in Cincinnati on businessMiss Ilardin of Stephensport was the guest of relatives here a few days last week Miss Bessie Mitchell of Holt visited Miss Florence Lewis Saturday and SundayMisses Eva Edith and Grace Plank were home from Versailles Easter Miss Rose Agnew was the guest of Miss Virgie Daniels nt Owensboro last weekMrs Chas Skillman and Mrs Wick Moorman were in Louisville during the exposition r 1MEET ME AT NOLTES I f a I If ta III I Spring in all its Gfo- rI I I forcibleV1ThI1 ureminder I k mmwearand summer You know V the store NOLTES JI i I 1JI IIlk E I Cloverport Ky I Miss Martha Wil is went to Louisville Monday to visit Mrs J B Randell Mrs Lillian Parker and children Raymond and Clair and her father Mr Halliday of Tar Spings went to Louisville Thursday Mrs Parker will spend several weeks in Chicago before returning home Mr and Mrs SR Berry spent Easter in StanleyMrs Reynolds has returned home from Louisville Mrs Walter Sherman and daughters Margaret and Elizabeth of Toledo Ohio are the guests of Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer- E B Heron who was here from Co 50 J C 25 was time Louisville last week visiting his sister Mis W has joinecfcthe army and is now stationed at Columbus Barracks at Columbus Ohio Miss Grace spent at O Skillmans automobile ar rived from Louisville last week It is a light touring car having a seating ca of four Call at Prestons for the best flour Mrs went to Owensboro Thui slay went to Louisville of Patesville was here The Bank Hardinsburg Trust Close Business March 1907 Notes and Bills 248621 91 Cash in Safe 17516 63 Cash in other Banks = 57224 62I4 Bonds Banking House and Lot 1800 00 Other Real Estated 79 Furniture and 400 00 Totalm 81 n a Officers B F BEARD President M H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier Mahogany Rembrandt Hahogany Mahogany S 5 Ie ThursdayL I t- iN TVic of was here last week He bought a horse from H L for 160 Mrs went to Wednesday- P P Ballman was in town Thurs day has returned home from Louisville Mrs H V was in Louisville last week Mr and Mrs John and Mr and Mrs Weatherbolt and spent with Mr J E Hanks Miss Margaret Burn will entertain the Girls Club this afternoon 10 18 case 49 51 an 10 Mrs N and spent with Miss King entertained the at Jane Smith who is at Margerete Hall at spent with Dr Mrs M Smith office downstairs 205 Fourth both phones Ky Mrs R N and Mrs H went to Yelington for visit to Mrs was in last P l V T of 30 I a II If 236 Fixtures = 360654 to a J B Robertson Louisville R At Capital 50000 Surplus Undivided Profits 5662 f Deposits 360654 81 t 304992 Directors Q W A M KINCHELOE ESKRIDGE B F C V ROBERTSON D S RICHARDSON It ItMH Cashier I iJV I IoC a Jr m I PIANOS I I PIANOS I fam IIEntirestock of Pianos Organs Graphophones Piano Stools Records Scarfs I IStore Fixtures Safe Office Desk must be sold during Sale I t1 Commencing Monday April 8II IAndContinuing until AprilI8ten daysII rIWe will at FACTORY PRICES EVERYTHING MUST We are going fI- Mlout of piano business and going to dispose everything during this sale if low price and easy will This will a opportunity you to secure a Organ at Factory price and practically own We quote a few prices will give you an idea the wonderful bargains will offer I Sale Commences Monday Morning April 8 oclock Statement Condition ofVCompany Resources 34854 BEARD PIANOSPeters Webb square good condition 15 Stanley square like new eX Fisher square tone Kimball npright 350 167now upright oak rented short 300 now 186 Sherman upright new was 250 now 163 Jepson upright new was 325 now 198 regular 275 187 325 233 350 400 308 450 338 500 370 Lynch Ferry Easter homeMr Collins Harry Thursday 86 Mardinsburg Stader Robert Pierce Newton Berry Duncan Weisenberg Marion children Easter ORGANScase J15 case 20 Our 60 now 47 U 65 ii 70 h ii 75 54 It i 58 85 it i 64 this sale can buy as as 5 down 250 as as down 5 per C M BRYANT CO rrw rrrwrrr r t l LIE and Hudson daughter 4 Virginia relatives Marcia Good Time Club Friday evening her homeMiss a student Versailles Easter her parents and F Morrison Calhoon dentists street Owensboro J Wills Monday a short Temple Harry Newsom Louisville week YJ of of Liabilities I Stock and 07 Total 74 BEARD DR MORRIS BEARD II T 4J Etc this BE SOLD our of terms do it Ithe we are be rare for Piano or on your terms I which of we nearly fine Our Pianos now 300 206 u 269 U U pacity Newsom children Special chapel style walnut Special parlor style walnut case Special parlor style walnut Special parlor style walnut regular Organs 80 During you organ low and per month pianos low and month Easter Hudson 00 and IJ tD IThursdayI ThursdayApril IDaysI I I ICorner Third St Ann Streets OWENSBORO KENTUCKY iWJ fSM 3jH im T Tr4rtY n iJi it w a iJ v = t 11 j L i J w 4 nr Trt JJ o V l I a A YOURE INVITED III ITO I t I THE FARMERS INSTITUTE Ii And while in town we would be glad to have you call in and see us and make us your headquarters and we will take pleasure in showing you through our line of Farming Implements Fencing Fertilizers Etc gmi Our line of these goods is complete and we will furnish them at prices right I I itI itPlovscut Blue Bird Steel IIIinchI- I 12in cut Blue Bird steel beam 125- 0110inch cut Royal Beauty wood double shovels none bet II Sulkies Enough 14inch cut a IuGood 33 Ri Best Ever 14inch cut and true to its name 38 II STEEL LEVER HARROWS 50 tooth 111 I IICorn Planters vithIapart With fertilizer attachment 38 IICultivators Golden Rule Balance frame walking with bull tongues 19 WiSalt1e as above with parallel beam 20 ljFoot guide adjustable axle Balance tmJ frame Dandy Riding and Walking combined 30 Queen Ann 5 tooth with lever 350 Queen Ann 14 tooth Harrow IMj and Cultivator combined with lever expander 4 j Hay Rakes SUCCESS hand dump light draft easy to handle works like a charm price 18 I for 32 We are for and in the has we do not to to the as We in the are 45 to 65 70 to 100 gm 40 to 45 tHf4 tire for pot ash per gm you in see we rand let us you our 30 is t in Merchandise you fail to get the rosvarMw J1 JEWELRY The finest and of all kinds I WatchesClocks I Musical instruments and findings TI Ct Lewis Son Hardinsburg Ky I J Disc HarrowsII 8forThe unequaled fore truck Disc harrow The celebrated Captain Kidd Disc Cultivator 3- 5McCormicks I Mowers and Binders agents thess goods their record past been such that hesitate recommend them public implements that stand solely 8merityout Buggies sIRunaboutstHf4have these goods latest designs and they beauties Buggies from Surries from Runabouts steel tire from Runabouts 57ii Fertilizers IvaysIdreddredTobacco Grower 7 cent 165 hundredII Wire FenceI Ithiscome and what have quote prices a I IDontforget Wagon Contest which closes April Your rebate Iredeemable should wagon I I I lB F BEARD CO I Hardinsburg KyI best ClocksSilverware SilverwareHolloware HollowareFlatware UrrleSI rubber i SATISFACTION IN LUMBER Spring Is Opening Up That Calls For Lumber TELL US WHAT YOU WANT TO BUILD I Well figure out the lum ber you need No worrying about that- Satisfaction in lumber is a getitLotus have your lumber order today We have what you want Seaton WeatiierlioltC- lomport Ky F s News and Louisville Daily Heraldi2 per Yea a 41 L Carries emergency Clause Lincoln Nub March 29 Governor Sheldon has signed tho railway com mission bill It carries the emergency clause and Is Immediately effective thirtydaysfrelxhtl schedules under the provisions I wII iI What is it that tastes as pleasant as maple sugar and quickly relieves coughs and colds Mothers who have used it will quickly answer Kennedys Lax ative Cough Syrup The pleasant cold remedy that expels the cold through its laxative action on the bowels Con forms strictly to tine Pure Food and Drugs Law Contains no opiates Sold by all druggists uonaucior ratany nun Centralla Ill March 29 James Ronan freight conductor of the South DIgFoureral ribs and crushing him about the hips He was also hurt internally Killed by Falling Shale 29JaaporEasterday bytalllngWestern brick plant this morning Ho was a mombor of tho Masonic lodgo When your back hurts it is almost always a warning from your kidneys When your kidneys arewrong there is nothing so good as the use of DoWitts Kidney and Bladder Pill They as sist the kidneys Sold by all druggists t rv h NEWS OF KENTUCKY Tersley Told Information Concerning of Current Interest tMatters Kentuckians THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL iNlro Are Found Accurately Detailed the Happenings of the Largest Import Which Are Attracting Atten KentuckyILebanon Ky March 28A local option election was held here Tues day amid scenes of great excitement In the morning a procession made up of 2000 women and children paraded the prlclpal streets shouting and cheering for the abolishment of the saloons The election resulted In a victory for the Drys by sixty three majority Warrants were sworn out for R N Wathen president of the Kentucky Distillers association and Colonel gOYernorsIcharging them with bribery All the parties gave bond except Wathen and Cardwell who Insisted on going to freeIweapon Lebanon Is In Marlon county one of the largest distilling coun ties In the state- KENTUCKY ALMOST DRY Another Tradition Being Shattered by the Statistics Fiend Lexington Ky March 23An other tradition is being ruthlessly shattered by the statistic fiend who says Kentucky will be a dry state within a few years And he has the figures to prove his words In the state famous for Its blue grass fast horses and fine whisky there are now only a few wet spots left Many of the once valuable dis tilleries have been shut down and are rotting away Madison county one of the few wet spots Is preparing for a vote to decide whether the saloons shall be barred The saloon keepers at Rich mond the county seat have closed doors voluntarily to give citizens an idea of how It will be If the town goes dry Mayor Barth Sustained Louisville Ky March 25 Judges Miller and Kirby handed down a de cision in the contested Louisville city election cases sustaining the Demo cratic party and refusing to nullify the 1905 election by which P C Barth was chosen mayor except In a few unimportant cases Involving only mag istrates and constables The court holds that fraud was practiced in Louisville in the election of 1905 but that it was not sufficient to Invalidate the election All the pleas of the fu sionists are overruled An appeal will be taken to the state court of appeals Wanted In Texas Parkersburg W Va March 27 Two patrolmen last evening arrested Ed Shingleton who Is wanted on the charge of committing a murder in Hardin county Texas In 1906 after his arrest in AugustI gleton broke Jail and finally wandered back to this city his former home The arrest was made while he was driving across the Little Kanawha river bridge in company with a young woman A large reward has been offered by the Texas authorities for his capture Racing Dates at Lexington Lexington Ky March 23It is officially announced here that races will be held at the running track here from April 27 to May 4 These dates have been allotted by the Ken tucky racing commission The de cision to hold a running meeting is believed to bo the result of a deal between the Blue Grass fair people and James B Haggln of New York by which they have agreed to pur chase the track from Capt Harry Brown of Pittsburg Night Riders Get Busy Princeton Ky March 27The to bacco beds of a number of independent planters In the county south of Prince ton have been practically ruined The canvas was torn from the beds and grass and clover seed and salt sprin kled on the beds These planters had been frequently warned that unless they Joined the association of tobacco growers they would bo visited by night riders who It is thought did the damage In Court Seven Years Barboursvllle Ky March 25Int- he courts for seven years and still undecided the cases of members of tho Second regiment Kentucky state guards against the Louisville Nash ville railroad have been called for trial Twenty members are suing the L N for 10000 each claiming to havo boon damaged by bad service when being taken to Governor Back hams inauguration seven years ago Dying Man Kills Assailant Lexington Ky March 26Thomas Oldham was shot and killed and Chief of Police Tarpey wounded at Wln chostor In a fight caused by the at tempt of Tarpey to arrest Oldham on the charge of robbery While Tarpoy lay on the floor mortally wounded he raised on his arm and fired at Oldham killing him instantly J1 tIY MEN ADMIRE a pretty face a good figure but sooner or later learn that the healthy happy contented woman is most of all to be admired Women troubled with fainting spells irregularities nervous irritability backache the blues and those dreadful dragging sensations cannot hope to be happy or popular andadvancement in either home business or social life is impossible The cause of these troubles however yields quickly to Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made I from native roots and herbs It acts RUNTZLERthetually all those distressing syrup toms No other medicine in the country has received such unquolifled- indorsement or has such a record of cures of female ills as has Ly dia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Miss Emma Runtzler of 031 State St Schenectady N Y writes For a long time I was troubled with a weakness which seemed to drain all my strength away 1 had dull headaches was nervous irritable and all worn out Chancing to read one of your advertisements of a case similar to mine cured by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I decided to try it and I cannot express my gratitude for theIbenefit received I am entirely well and feel like a new person Lydia E PInkham Vegetable Compound is the most successful remedy for all forms of Female Complaints Weak Back Falling and Displacements Inflammation and Ulceration and is invaluable in pre paring for childbirth and the Change of Life Mrs Pinkhams Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass Her advice is free and always helpful The Gull and the Fish A huge flounder was recently netted off Atlantic City that had the skeleton of a gull fastened to Its back Plainly the gull hind nttticked n fish too big for it and had tmink its talons so deep It could not withdraw them It thntI drowned utul by jirjrroos It had roine n UoVtoii Th HoiiMtlrr unable to ftoo ita h nl fvrlrin iTle l IN Kinit v 1 i I 01i rr vcrr + Cici iteq v For Catarrh let me send you free just to prove merit a Trial size Box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy It is a snow white creamy healing antisep tic balm that gives instant relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat Make the free test and see Address Dr Shocp Racine Wis Large jars 50 cents Sold by Severs Drug Co Victor Hugo the famous French writ er was imrtkiilnrly fond of asparagus but he would not eat It unless it was arranged carefully in the form of a wheel with the tips of the vegetable turned toward the center of the dish and each piece unbroken London Standard PAIN Pain In tho headpain anywhere has its cauie Pain li congestion pain is blood pressure nothing she usually At least so says Dr Shoop and to proTO It ho has created a little pink tablet That tabletcalled Dr Shoops Headache Tablet coaxes blood pressure away from pain centers t Its effect Is charming pleasingly delightful Gentlyt though safely It surely equalizes the blood circu lation If you have a headache Its blood pressure If its painful periods with women same came If you are sleepless restless nervous its blood conecstlon blood pressure That surely It a certainty for Dr Shoops Headache Tablets stop It in 20 minutes and the tablets simply distribute the unnatural blood pressure I IBmlse your finger and doesnt It get red and swell and pain you Of course it does Its con restlon blood pressure Youll find it where pain U always Its simply Common Sense We tell at 25 rents and cheerfully recommend Dr SHoops HeadacHeTablets TabletsSEVERS CO Stock Profits can be greatly Increased by giving special care to the health of every animal and fowl on the farm Sick poultry sheep cattle hogs horses etc depend on their hers to keep them w- ellBIackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine keeps their livers working and therefore keeps them well BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine is pure natural vegetable blood purifier and acts by regulating the stomach liver and bowels- It prevents and cures Hog Cholera Chicken Cholera Colic DIst- emper Coughs Colds Constlpa AppetIteWastIng mon stock diseases- It Is a perfect medicine for ioneral farm se Try It r Price 25c for a large can at all druggists and dealers opefThe Military Pope Julius II who died In lISts was the first pope to allow his beard to grow In order it was said to In spire greater respect among the faith ful He was culled the military pope When Michael Angelo was making his statue he paid to him Holy father I shall 1 place a book In your hand 7 No answered his holiness Ua sword rather I know better how to handle It Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they can I not reach the scat of the disease Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease and In or der to cure It you must take internal reme dies Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally und acts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces hulls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was proscribed by one of tho best physicians In this country tor years and Is a regular prescription It Is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The correct combination of the two ingredients Is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free N CHENEVCO Props Toledo o P d by Druggists price 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE HlkPAGKET COrI- NCOnPORATBD Fast Mail andPasBenger Line between Louisville and Evans vil1e- Steamers = Tarascon Tell City Wedneday mTuesdayThrough freight rates and passenpci tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than ty rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 Clovorport to Evansville 176 Cloverport to Owensboro 76 Splendidaccommodations for stock GeneraJiOffice 154150J58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A GEOH WILSON Supt L H ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 118 Daily Fast Train leaves Oloverpo onlyrrlveNotl2 Tally Mail and Kxpress leaves Cloverport 9 39 A 1L stops at all way stationsarrives Louisville 1215 p m OleverportatLouisvlUeTrain No 148 Dally Cloverport accommo a dation arrives Cloverport e30 p m WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Clovorport accommodation EvansvillaTrain No 111 Dally fast mail and express onlyKatUawesvUJeStanley Henderson and Evansville iarrive St Louis 720 p m X Train No 113 Mull and Express dallyar 1 rlves Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 fp m Stops at all stations f iverportA5lHaweavilloOwensboro betweenLoulsvJllecars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and140 between Louisville aLdSt Louts Fordsvllle Branch EAST BOUND leavesFordsvUle430lrvlD1tton840I1WTrain No4 Dally except Sunday leaves 520pTrain No 8 Sunday OnlY Fordl vlllo630 a m Irylnlttop 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Iii Irvington 050 am arrives Ifordsvlllo 345 I P m train No5 Dally leaves Irvlngton 050 rw t arrives IfordsvUJo 925 D 1l4 4 7 h u = L j- wilicifEsril REPEATING SHOTGUNSa- re are strong shooters strongly made and x afraidx1a They are made 10 12 and I6 gauge I A FAVORITE OF AMERICAN SPORTSMEN Sold Everywhere r t 1 If BIG TRACTION DEAL t5fc tI Gigantic Merger of Traction Inter r eats In Indiana and Illinois I Has Been Effected xt l THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD Y Plant Now In Hand Contemplate the Combination of Lines That WillI Form Amazing System Deal of FarRoachlnfj Importance Concluded Indianapolis March 26A dill Un guished menJrotheIn this state today closed a deal for the property of the StoneWebster compa ThrepresentaUveshoot at Terre Haute and completed th 0 transaction by which Mr McGowan and his associates have acquired the Terre Haute city lines and a traction toad from Terre Haute to Brazil Mr McGowan and his associates also act ulred the interurban line from Terre Haute to Sullivan from Terre1 jto Clinton from Terre Haute to Paris HI and the Terre Haute electric light plantThese properties will form an Important part of the lines Included iin the Terre Haute Indianapolis East ern Traction company for which ar tidies of incorporation were tiled Sat I urday Thecapltallzatlon of this company was 25000000 with a bond Issue of 10000000 The consummation of the deal at Terre Haute today It Is said will be a long step In the development of the traction properties in Indiana The company Is now building a line be tween Indianapolis and Brazil by th- T e T nt Pininfiotd and Greencastle and I expects to be running cars between here and Terre Haute within a oho time It is declared also that the In I dianapolls Terre Haute property willt eventually be a link in a direct traction route between here and St Louis The other traction properties taken over by the new company are the In dlanapolls Martinsvllle Rapid Tra sit company the Indianapolis Eas era Traction company the Richmond Street Railway and Interurban company the Indianapolis Northwest ern Traction company tho Indianapolis Plainfleld company and the I conI pany The development of these lines under the direction of Mr McGowan dur ing the last five years IB regarded as marvelous and It is said that still1 creator forward steps are contemplated by him and his associates Im provements are being made with the view of attaining the highest perfection in traction transportation and for the purpose of demonstrating that the traction lines are one of the most 1 im developmente of the state It is understood that Mr McGowa- will be president of the new company as he has had direct supervision of all tho properties When tho lmprov- meats now contemplated are hie supervision here the largest tractto- system In the country and what ia now said by traction experts to be the tin est transportation system of the kin in the world Nothing so good us Cascasweet writes a mother who has used it saved my babys life writes another Cascasweet is a vegetable corrective for the disorders of a childs stomach Con tents on the bottle in plain English SO doses for 25 cents Recommended by all druggists tile Venus do Medici was five feet tight Inches in height and this Is held by ninny artists and sculptors to be the j most perfect stature for a woman I SAYS HE WAS BUNCOED Man Who Bought Painting Says lIt Was Not the Real Thing Cincinnati 0 March 29Sult for 5000 against the estate of the late Gustave Mosler artist son of Henry Mosler artist has been begun by Herman Serodino of this city on th ground that a picture which he bough- as the original De Profundls that was the prizewinner at Paris in 1901 was not such original and that I therefore had depreciated in value Scrodlno asserts In his petitionl that Mosl r represented to him that the picture was the original and that It took first prize In the Paris salonI In 1901M Serodino rested content in the belief that he had the first De Pro fundls until the art museum of Toledo asserted that the copy it had was the original rtRest is the great restcner We tire our muscles by exercise and then rest to restore them yet a great many of us not stop to think how little rest we give jjto our stomachs As a usual thing part of our bodies is so generally noII liretdn I sg Ii of distress to which we pay no heedi Indigestion avoidfurther monthorough stomach relief II digests what you eat and gives the stomach t rCstoringness Kodol is reliefdruggtltsWELLMAN STILL HOPEFUL Getting Hit Balloon In Shape for fas for the Pole Paris March 29The members of the Wellman Chicago RecordHeraldI completingnballoon Amerli ca and will leave shortly for Trom deparett entlrte ly reconstructed has new motors and 1950n0 pounds Walter Wellman leader of the ex padY a visit to the United States Replying to criticism to the effect th his airship had not been tried Mr AmericaItwas built for Arctic conditions an will undergo thorough trials at Spitz bergen In the event of these being satisfactory the expedition would start at the end of July or the beginning of August C4BTOarAgea You Noire Always BoagH IMd1I of rl6C fbU I THAWS MENTAL STATUS Will Be Determined by a Commission In Lunacy Now York March 27Harry K Thaw may never again face the Jury empanelled more than nine weeks ago to try him on the charge of murder Fitzgeraldtlunacy to Inquire into the present state of mind of Stanford Whitest slayer The decision of the three die interested men named to conduct the iinquiry will guide the future action of the court as to ordering Thaw to an asylum for the insane or directing that the trial that has been Interrupted shall proceed The personnel of the commission named by Justice Fitzgerald lends a new distinction to this already nota ble case The men who will deter mine Thaws mental capacity are Morgan J OBrien a former justice of the appellate division of the su preme court Peter B Olney former district attorney of Now York county attaindoments Leopold Putzel a practicing physician and authority on mental dla orders Prepare This Yourself For those who have any form of blood disorders who want newrich blood and plenty of it try this haluef Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla thus e ounces Shake well in a bottle and take i teaspoonful doses after each meal an at bedtime Any good pharmacy can supply the ingredients at small cost hThis is the prescription which when made up is called The Vegetable Treatment by others the Cyclone Blood Purifier It acts gently and cer tainly does wonders for some people who are sickly weak and out of sorts and ia known to relieve serious long standing cases of rheumatism and chronic backache quickly Make some up anti try it The Alabama Way Dothan Ala March 2iXes has lynchatIng near Yesterday afternoon as the young daughter of John Mosely a prosperous farmer llv dtug near Hartford was ntiirulng home a negro attempted to catch her but her screams attracted the atten tlon of her father who was at work to a field near by The negro ellcalotI and a messenger was sent for the sheriff and dogs When the latter arrived on the scene he was Informed that his services were not needed as the negro had been surrounded and everything was QUlftII I Major Pen rOle Acquitted I San Antonio Tex March 26Mai- C W Penrose of the Twentyfifth Infantry was acquitted of the charge of neglect of Duty preferred against him at the Instance of President Roosevelt for alleged misconduct in connection with the shooting up of Brownsville Tex by ne o soldiers of the Twenty fifth Infant y last August The dart sion of the courtmartial was reached after four hours deliberation TIIETEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2020 Olive street Sl Louis Mo Send for Kentucky estimonials U rlloli+ = jRoumanian Trouble Assumes Propor tions of Civil War Vienna March 27The rising of the peasants In Roiimanln Is assuming the proportions of civil war The againstfietian land owners The trouble now extends from one end of Roumanla to the other and even the capital city of Bucharest is in tear of an attack JReports of sanguinary encounters are received constantly end each day shows the disorders to be more deep seated and far reachlnq Hondurase state j department has received the following secnatdcapital of Honduras Tegucigalpa was abandoned early Tuesday precipitately It was occupied that night by Nicaraguans and Honduran revolutionary forces I as turned charge In the interval with the aid of the consuls and preserved I order The Bonlllan government no I Ilonger exists Mexico has been asked by the re public of Salvador to Intervene in the I present troubles In Central America Cape Lookout la said to have been thus named by sea cnptnino who when CapeUatteras Doing Business Again i When my friends thought I was about to take leave of this world on account of indigestion nervousness and general debility writes A A Chis holm Treadwell N Y and when it t looked as if there was no hope left I was persuaded to try Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say that they are curing E me I am now doing business again asr of oldaud am still gaining daily Best 9f all tonic medicines Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co jOe i IA MATTER OF TEMPERAMENTJ L EMMA LINDA Emma Eames the opera singer has applied for a decree of absolute di vorce from her artist husband Julian Story Mme Eames has not been 1living with her husband for some time iand it is known that they have not regarded themselves temperamentally Compatlbe The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In this ountry most danRerous because so dean tive sudden pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble Is al lowed to advance Mood will attack the vital or2ans or iddneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from t derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is jbtalned quickest by a proper treatment of he kidneys If you are feeling badly you KllmersSwampRoot to hold urine and scald thatItimes during night The mild and extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In flftvcent and onedollar mayhavethis wonderful new ofII ovary and a book that Many byItheart th- ekidneypoisoned thr remedyIt the the tells all shoat It bothriomorawampadi sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer Ca Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont makelany mlstakeibnt remember the same SwampHoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the allress IlDRliuniton N V is on every bottle 1FREE TRIP 10 LOUISVILLEVII IApril8 to 13 Inclusive m cAo J u lL rVV JIoI IIn order to put outoftown people on the same basis with Louisville people for Ii shopping in Louisville X the Retail Merchants Association composed of the lead I IonI conditionsIThe rebate is made on a basis of ONE AND ONETHIRD FARE FOR THE ROUND- TRIP Ifor 100 miles Rebate Books are issued by allIIof the merchants membersIof the Association The trtal amount of purcnases from all of the AssociationI i stores is counetd For further particulars call on or address J V BECKMANN ManagerI RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATIONI Room 307 Urban Bldg 232 Fourth Ave Between Market and Main Streets R r P r Ij rn I iiI n L AL f iII f IVA 4Y TJIII J I Sporting Goods Tennis Balls and Rackets Base balls Bats Gloves Masks Agents for Spal ding Roach lines Orders taken for Base Ball Suits Furniture Polishes Palace and Liquid Veneer llOc to SOc per bottle Felt Mattresses 750 9 1025 and 12 Iron Beds 198 to 625 Fine line of Chairs Rockers Couches Bedroom and Kitchen Furniture Rambler Bicycles and supplies Kodaks and supplies Funeral Directors and Embalmers M AMMAN SON F 125i j I ROUND TRIP FROM Brandenburg Irvington Guston Ekron and all Branch Line Points to LOUISVILE KENTUCKY WEEK END EXCURSION VIA THE HENDERSON ROUTE J On Saturday April 13 n Special Train Leaves 6 30 a mFordsvlllcIlardlnsburfj 8 14IlardlnsburfjIrvlnoton 9 10IrvlnotonGuston 9 18 Ekron 9 16 Brandenburg 9 31 I =Making stops at Intermediate points Returning leaves Louisville at 600 p m FOR FULL INFORMATION ASK THE AGENT c C COMMISSIONERS SALE Breckenridge Circuit Court Kentucky Mary B Oelze EoutvAgainstPlaintiff 1 3012IdaJJ By virtue of a Judgment and Order off Sale of Urccktnridgt Circuit Court rendered at the February term thereof 1907 in the above cause for the turn of three hundred and six dollars 30600 with interest at the rate of six per per annum from the 18th day of centII 1896 until paid and all costs hereinII 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Hardinsburg to the highest bidder at PUBLIC AUC nON onII I MONDAY APRIL 22 1907 jI at one oclock p m or thereabout i being County Court day upon a credit I of six and twelve months the following I described property towit A certain lot lying in the city of l CloverPOrt Ky and sLid lot beingdI part of lot No 8 as known plat of said town of Cloverport Ken tucky fronting 50 feet and running back between parallel lines 100 feet saidI parcel of ground being more fully described as follows Beginning 100 feet from the N E corner of said lot No 8 and running along Third street 50 fee thence between said parallel lines West 100 feet the said lot being the same 1 CiseLindsayo produce the sums Of money so ordered pricetheT bearinlegal t paid and having the force and effect a a Replevin hoed Lein retained to se BidderspromptlyApproximated debt interest and costI154796 LEE WALLS Commissioner i On Inspecting Tour A special train carrying the officials of the Louisville Henderson d St t Louis railway pushed through CloverI port yoiterdny afternoon en route t Evansville The officials are makin nn inspoction tour of the road L H St L Rates One way Colonist Rates to California and the Northwest and Old Mexico March 1 to April 30 Sept 1 to Oct 31 1907 i r COLUMBUS HOTEL r j JUNE ELDER Proptt 115 lo 119 Frederica Streetjj Owensboro Ky J Open day and niptiL Rates 2100 por day I Ii 1 An Interesting Letter From A Russell Elder IDear ItditorI was born and reared on a farm near Hardinsburg Ky I never hear any news from the dear old home of boyhood days however I am the soul cause as I never write these days I left Kentucky in 1S9S been from coast to coast have seen many things that before I left the corn and tobacco field I then had no idea existed I often think of the days I used to spend back in old Kentucky They were the happiest days of all but I di not know it then I have seen quite portion of the Inited States and some of Canada which alone is worth a little tooIj f bland Canada It was htful place to live but the ttint was so cold there I had a great desire to see California the land of sunshi and orange blossoms so I bid my wife good bye and started on my long jour tootme days and five nights 1 came by way of Denver and Salt Lake Ci then down the Colorado river through the sandy Desert through the Sierra Navada Range What a desolate regions all this long distance from Colorado to Bakersfield California No I fcEtv j sheepII t regionIyears I dont care whore a man can got to can find no country under the sun that I is its equal I have n home there It is a small farm of 120 acres I will there next and hop clods the renlaipd of my days for the man that farms is the lucky fellow Now the truth nba California I will try to toll as I have Sangmountains Narrow Valleys is all the level land there is in the State The vegetables that grow hove havent the flavor that they Imve back east I Tiave not eaten a good apple or orange since I have boon here The climate is so queer the days are so warm but when the sun is getting low it gets very cold People here wear overcoats the year around at night This is a nice city It fronts the San Francisco Bay and it is built back against a high mountain San Francisco is just across thoooy from Oakland What is left of t P n CI IllI r Iit since the terrible earthquake and fire of April 18 1906 How awful that was is beyond the best effort of anyone to tell Great houses that looked like they had the strength of a solid rock when this terrible quiver of the earth came they were mere play houses that were built by a childs hands For blocks nothing was left It has been almost a year since the great disaster happen ed and many streets are filled with debris yet Of course they are doing all they can towards rebuilding thscity but it will take years before it i I built again I dont mean to say one word about Frisco that is untrue but no wonder of this most appalling disas ter I do believe it was a warning for it was the most wicked place onI earth Everything was going on there I could hardly1 believe my own eyesI when I saw the sights of the tenderloin I district Every dory is a saloon andl just step in and at one glance you willll see humanity at its lowest ebb Men women and in fact every body drunk I could not begin to tell how awful iit was If you talk to the business mant toll him you are n native of Kentucky he will say From that terrible place where they live on whiskey Befor- the earth quake Frisco had about 400 000 people with over 3000 saloons Yet Kentuckyis a terrible place for whisky But I am proud to say I was born in old KentuckyA mechanic can make 57 a day here and that is all I like about Cali fornia My wife is on her long journey now Dear editor long may live the News and prosper in the future as in the past also my best wishes to all old time friends Very truly yours A Russell Elder 1840 Seventh St West Oakland Cal 1Worth Knowing About If you needa firstclass laxative there is nothing bettor or safer than that old family remedy Brandreths Pills Each pill contains one grain of solid extract of sarsaparilla which nbloodIf a you are troubled with constipation one reliefBrandreths finlaxatives used They have been in use for ove drugandsugarcoated Jamestown Exposition Rates Norfolk Va April 26 1907 to Nov 30 1907 Season tickets J2860 60 days tickets 2725 30 days tickets 2250 10 days tickets f1530 From Clover po trto Norfolk Va and return PaperA cnrll est example In existence of the use of 1210AI London Raymond onnotocollect doIonl pert Mnkliur THREE BOYS HAD ECZEMA Of HEAD OnesaTreated at Dispensary for Three MonthsDid Not Seem to Im prove Suffered Five Months 1All WERE PERFECTLY CUTICURAerMy three children had eczema for nevo months A little soro would ap itchyincreasinghad had it about a week when the see towktook it For tho first three months I andtyringwormCuticurarngotthoment I bathed tho childrens heads with warm water and Cuticura Soap and then applied the Cuticura Ointment In a tow weeks they had im proved and when their heads were well lowsRemedlcsMrsheNow YorkNY1ovltinnd710001 CUTICURA GROWS HAIR SootheserScalpsWarm Soapartntrrnat and cwannatn nr mnl1lpntJl Rtnn falling hair remove crusts scales and destroyhair j follicles soothe stimulate itching irritatedII i scalp sKin supply tho roots with en orgy and nourish ment and make theII nsweetaUelsotoiletbnthSoapandforEveryeoolistsSkinCutleuraanuCUtieuraChorolate I thenioodrug I GrblatledFree t 1I r To AH the Women Who Suffer 1ft uu PenMia JuEarnestly Commended Mrs Gee O Worstell 11 River Roadl Clarksburg W Va writes I truafr that no one will think from this that I want my name in public for any cleared only to let sufferers know where they may find relief from many ailments I can truly say I have been much benefited by the use of Peruna II knowsI have taken medicine from the doctors and found no relief but when I II taking Peruna I could see that before I had finished taking the bottle it was doing me good CatarrhIMrs N P Lawler VAi N Broadway Pittsburg Kas writes Peruna is a sovereign remedy for catarrh Last spring I caught a seven cold which developed into a serious cusp of catarrh I felt weak nnd sick and could neither cat uor slicp well A friend who had been cured of ca tarrh through the use ot Poruna advised me to try It and I did so at once I ex pected help but nothing like the won derful change for the better I observed almost as soon as I started taking it andewithin a week I was well 1 continued taking the entire bottle and within two weeks I was in fine health Peruna Is a wonderful medicine Catarrh of the Bowels Mrs Maggie Durbin 1332 North St Little Rock Ark writes III was troubled for five years with a chronic disease I tried everything I heard of but nothing did me any good Some doctors said my trouble was catarrh of the bowels and some said consumption of the bowels One doctor said lie could cure me I took his medl chic two months but it did me no good A friend of mine advised mo to try Peruna and I did so After I had taken two bottles I found it was helping me so I continued its use and It has cured me sound and well If anyone wants to know what ieruna did for mo if they will write to mo I will answer promptly Pains in the Side Mrs Julia Braxton Apollo Pa writes Peruna has cured mo of heart trou Wo nnd pains in tho side V year ago I was expected to die at ny time and tho doctorwas sometimes morningsnowr I Since I have used your Peruna as you advised mo I am well and able to do all my housework- I have all the faith in the world in Ieruna as it cured me and I know that Iit will cure others I cannot praise Peruna enough for what it has done for me Stomach Trouble Miss Anna Caraum Clayton Ill writes Your Peruna did me so much good hJ tun feeling HO well now and have trouble will my stomach CHENAULT II Quite a number from here and around attended the exposition in Louisville last week Miss Verna Bennett who has beenl attending college at Brandenburgcame home Saturday for a few days stay with her parents Mr and Mrs Abraham BennettMrs S Allen who was called to s 3 Y 0 I to see her daugh Ed Vessells has very H Y Warren children friends for a week Mr C L Warren c NETTIE EBOGARDUS Miss E Bogardus B J 21WestfieldNYwrlles Oil a great sufferertsick headaches but am t I free trouble I j 99have felt so well in years as I do now I would recommend sufferersr 1rJi J 1 CatarrhII Appletons i l For tho past six years I with catarrh of the stomach ButtoredII loss of and appetite quent severe pains eating l I sister advised me to rerun I I took your treatment my appetite returned speedily- I 1 gained strength flesh and am I in has perfect I done am healthII Mrs O D Robinson 13 St Felix St Brooklyn N writes Oil taken Peruna and it me more good all my two treatment special physicians I can really that I feel like yearsII person No more swollen feet and limbs more bloating abdomen No more shortness of breath No more stiff and sore joints I You no idea what your treatment done for me It certainly has prolonged my life and made a new woman of me i a blessing received through kindness doctor and I the assistance of the medicine which you so kindly prescribed I am able to work since I began treatment but before I was not able to help 1 myself much less work for any one else All praise is due to Dr Hartman and his treatment i 1 Evansville last week ter Mrs who been sick returned home Sunday Mrs Stallmann and daughter Mrs John and who have been visiting and relatives in St Louis some time returned home Saturday Mr and Mrs Joseph Greenwell and Tinius Rhodelia spent few last with her parents and Mrs MISS Nettie FQ have been from now entirely from that not ten edies Stomach sleep after My try and and have did than by say No have has such have your your days H S Cunningham made trip to Louisville last weektt Chester Frymire who has been visitii ing his parents J W Frymire for a few days returned to Louisville weekMr lastII and Mrs J C Brodie went 1visit1 Beare CaSrrOElXii f1 at i f r H J GUTMAN Si CO I J 1521 Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KYtt IIi l1Il I GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO BUY ADVANTAGEOUSLY I T I 1II 1 r I j tailored suits coats waists and skirts 1 si 1 I I11II r1lW i I H J GUTMAN CO Inc 1 1 I I Members Retail Merchants Association II 1 L i iiit OTCi gra sa attspjGa gi s I THE NEW IDEA TIIEORlGIIIALLAXATlVEJ 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