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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- kr k t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 6 ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTv VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 10 1907 8 Pales NO 39 t L ii ii- I 4 I S I if I 1 i TWO WHOLE DAYS OF- PLEASURE AND PROFIT Good Attendance Instructive Talks Hardinsburg Hospitalityl s and Time Judiciously Spent Mark Sprint Session of Farmers Institute J SpecialThe here Fridayyand Saturday was a de I cideo success Senator Crens haw the Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture ScherfliusIHooper of the State College con ducted the Institute said that he had not helda better meeting anywhere in the State end at no place had he been so hospitably and delightfully enter Clothing Hats and Shoes BEARD Hardinsburg IRndHENS CLOTHING In this line we are strictly at home and can soon convince you if give us the chance r that look c wear well and sell well tained Messrs Joshua Groves of Rome Ind and Jas English of TobI insport Ind also attended the meeting andmade excellent addresses on different subjects Local talent including GB Cunningham Sam Dlx G W Dpdson and others also made instructive and valuable talks along various lines The meeting was organized with the election of Chas H Drury as Presi tx ForThis inra SUITS FROM TO 16 Mens A splendid line to select from in brands on merit BRAND A ready and excellent wearer all colors price 250 CARDINALI II 150 I NO known and worn price 150 STRAW HATS Mens grades Boys grades from k 50e 100 25c 50c CHEAP STRAWS line Come in and got choice 1The shoes STAR SHOE I1 Ladies Shoes GOLDEN ROD SHOES 160 MAY BLOSSOM i o I SHOES 200 Lost but not least QUEEN QUALITY i 300Y 1 dent G S Wilson VicePresident and Herbert M Beard Secretary Mr Sam Dix was the retiring president Addresses were made upon Commer cial Fertilizers Corn Culture Corn Harvesting Growing Farm Insurance Live Stock Feeding and other topicsFriday evening the ladies of Hardins burg gave a reception and banquet at the court house was largely at On Saturday an elegant provided by the ladies of the town and surrounding community was spread in the court house hall Fully 400 people were present nt the dinner but there was abundance and to spare The music throughout the was rendered under the direction of Mrs T H Withers who received many compliments upon the program given The only to be regretted was the bad weather which prevented a larger attendance Another meeting will be held this year probably in July fjfJ fEl I The Leading Articles Week at I B F COS I trading with us t i you 600 Hats that standsolely 250SWAN seller 200 COMPARISON IJ Well much I finer finer prices prices from to to full your Apple Dairying Clover which tended dinner session thing Lates styles latest patterns I IandBlaoksIMens Fine Shoes- A few pairs of GOLD BONDat 150ICORNERSTONE SHOES fij 200 s INUT CRACKER SHOES 250 SHOESIOUR FAMILY 300 iSHOESril 325tmii IPATRIOT t in gun metal calf and vici iij 375IILEADERS 4 flub The Plymouth Cl 00 itinand button 400 IlEV BRAND 190G- REATEST The shoes that need no better rec- ommendationI than a trial to win the Itl commendation of those who try themII Ladies Oxfords IMASCOT OXFORDS riB 125taOXFORDBLUCBERI 150 ISATIN OXFORDSI 200fjTIEr Iii 225 IQUEEN QUALITY OXFORDS rea 250 I rrI fiOeA full 00Shoes IIli Come in and let us show you our Ji line Hvo are sure to please you YOURS VERY TRULY I B F BEARD 6 CO IF HARP1NSBURQ KY II y FISCAL COURT PROCEEDINGS The following are the proceedings of the Breckenridge County Fiscal Court in session at Hardinsburg last week 000-A bridge was ordered erected across Harris Fork on the Bowling Green and Cloverport road at Rockvale not to exceed in cost 1500 The commis sioners named to erect the bridge are Robert E Moorman D N Howard and Dennie Sheeran 000-J V St Clair was elected Road Sup ervisor and Bridge Commissioner for this year 000Dr J T Baker was elected Poor House Physician for the year 1907 000T- he court determined in conjunction with Grayson county to erect a bridge across Rough Creek at Eveleighs Mill and Robert Moorman was appointed the commissioner from this county and instructed to advise and confer with Squire McCannish and the Bridge Commissioner in all his acts 000-M II Beard was electod Railroad Commissioner to succeed his father B F Beard 000Dr L B Morcmen of Irvington was reelected County Health Officer for the ensuing year 000-It was ordered that the dog law be published in the News and Democrat 000J- ohn H Elder was elected Poor House Keeper to succeed Allen Newby I who resigned 000L- ee Walls was reelected as Pauper Commissioner 000T- he levy for this year was fiLed nt 18 cents for county purposes and 25 cents for roads and bridges and also a poll tax of 150 000P- aul Compton was reelected as Commissioner and Receiver ot Taxes for the ensuing year 000T- he proceedings of the Court were ordered published in the News and Democrat 000Bonds amounting to the sum of 2000 which had been paid and can celed were burned in the presence of the court 000All the Magistrates were present and court continued four days 000The County Judge John ORiellv iis and Jas V St Clair were appointed a committee of the court to purchase any road material including machinery for of the county and for any districty000T- he Sheriff made a final settlement of all the various funds for the year 1906 with W F Hook special commis sioner of the court which was con firmed and ordered to record REVIVAL MEETINGS In Progress at Methodist Church Will Continue Throughout Week I The series of meetings which have been in progress at the Methodist church for the past ten days conducted by the pastor B M Currie who is assisted by the Rev F M Thomas Owensboro are resulting in much good A great deal of interest is being manifested and the services are well attended The meetings will continue throughout this week Rev Thomas is a forcible speaker and his sermons are always interesting and productive of much good appeal ing to mans reasoning powers and thereby making lasting impressions upon his hearers Mrs Mattingly Dies At Tell City Mrs Mary S Mattingly wife of J S Mattingly died Wednesday of last week at her home in Tell City Ind The remains were taken to Hardins burg and interred in the cemeterythere Friday The funeral services were conducted by Father Gabe Mrs Mattingly was Miss Straughan before her marriage She was well1 known and beloved generally by her many friends She formerly lived in Breckenridge county Besides her hus IbandI five children survive 1 r I ROYAL Baking Powder is indispen sable to the preparation of the finesti cake hotbreads rolls and muffins II tobuy t Housekeepers should stop and think Ifsuch inferiorIs 1 your digestion PastryCookcontaining practical and valuable cooking re ceiptsfree to every patron Send postal card with your full address ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW VORK TO MEET IN- CLOVERPORT i Louisville Presbytery to Hold Sessions April 1618Many Ministers and Laymen Will Attend The Louisville Presbytery of the Northern Presbyterian churches will be held in Cloverport beginning April 16 and lasting until April 18r inclusive This it is said will be one of the best meetings held in several years and all the ministers of the Northern Presby tcran churches in Louisville and a delegate from each including the min- Ister and representative from every church in the district will be in attendance Many important matters affecting the denomination will be discussed F J Check pastor of the Covenant Presbyterian church Louisville who is ly stated clerk of the presbytery will have the charge of all the arrangements of the meeting The first sermon will be de livered by the Rev E L Warren who at present serving as moderator and bad will conduct tbo services Tuesday night and The Rev Dr Peyton H Hoge pastor the Warren Memorial church Louis ule will deliver an illustrated lecture on mission work in the Far East which and will be in celebration of the centennial of missions in China is The churches of Louisville which are members of the Louisville Presbytery are as follows The Warren Memorial Fourthavenue Fourth Calvary Covenant and Knox Besides these all the churches in the district which is bound ed by Shelbyville Hodgenville and as in far west as Owensboro will send the ministers and a layman from each PRIVATE NAT- JOHNSON RETURNS J Good News From Home Boys Who Are Serving In ArmyM of Nat Johnson who has been in California at Alcatraz enlisted with Com parry G 23nd Infantry has returned this i home near town Mr Johnson has been gone three years He says his experience has benefited him greatly int many ways After a visit to his parents he will go to Illinois to accept a position Hewas associated with a number of Breckenridge County boys who expect to return home soon Mr Johnson said that James H Hooker will return in five months Fred Thurman will b home in June Oliver Carter will sta and Hardesty of Meade County has two years more to serve Mr Johnson I says the boys have formed no bad habits are in good health and anxious to get home L H St L Rates One way Colonist Rates to California and the Northwest and Old rinko March 1 to April 30 Sept 1 to Oct 31 1907 1 Alum powdersisCheappowdertaken uponthe MONEY SPENT FOR ROADS Good InvestmentFarmers Be ginning to Realize Necessity of Better Public High- Ways In every county in the State the people are talking good roads as they never talked them before It seems that the people have become infused with the idea that money spent by counties on the roads is not a donation on their part but is really an investment for their benefit especially and for that reason the farmers are heading the movements in the several counties to have greater improvements made than ever before This is especially the casein the central and wester parts of the State where road improvement is most needed When the tax payer gets to point where he can recognize expenditure for good roads to be an Investment and a good one and not a filching of money from his pocket for a purpose we shall have good roads the tax payer will pay his road taxes with the same degree of satisfac tion that he would pay for a new wagon- or a new barn It is an investment not a donation and it is the best investment a farmer could make He especially benefited La Rue County Herald BallmanHodgskin Miss Ruey Btxllman and Mr DeSales Hodgskin of Hardinsburg were united marriage by Father Brey at the SU Rose Catholic church in this city yesterday morning at 8 ocloc- kFordJohnson Sunday afternoon at two oclock Mr W Ford and Miss Nealie Johnson were united in marriage at the home of the brides father Mr Will Johnson on Bishops Hill The wedding cere was solemnized by the Rev B Currie in the presence of a number friends The bridal couple are popu far young people in their circle of friends LewisDutschke Miss Ada Lewis and Mr W C Dutschke were married Wednesday of last week at the home of the brides parents at Stephensport Rev J T Lewis officiated Useful Life Ended oldestcinytown died ather home on the hill Thursday The funeral and interment took place FridayNew Stone Received J E Keith Son have just received four Granite monuments from Scotland One a largo blue Pearl and a beauty The others are Peterhead Granite and will be sold lower than any city firm can sell them r Jif1 i C ror d r- f I I i I f yen fi fY i Y as- ry I I vas ii- N TTTTpr- M i r j il ifA i- l i- rfjt IfeT ivjxtfTA 1 f t v I 1 I t I 3 f i A riM JEWELRY The finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks ClocksSilverware SilverwareHolloware HollowareFlatware Musical instruments and findings T C Lewis 8i Son Hardinslwrg K- ySATISFACTION CLUMBER Spring Is Opening Up That Calls For Lumber TELL US WHAT YOU WANT TO BUILDI Well figure out the lum ber you need No worrying about that 1 Satisfaction in lumber is a big thing But you can get it Mire o Let us have your lumber order todnJr have what you want Seaton Weatherholt Cloverport K- yInthgesIior Etomach trouble Is but a symptom of and not in Itself a true dUeas We think of Dyspepsia Heartburn and Indigestion aa real disease yet they are symitotna only of a certain sittdQa Nerve sickness nothing else It was this fact that first correctly led Dr Snoop In the creation of that now verv popular Stomaoh RemedyDr Shoop Restorative Going direct to the stomach nerves alone brought that success and favor to Dr fihoop and hlg Restorative Witt out that original and highly vital principle no such lotting accomplishment were ever to be had For stomach dUtress bloating biliousness had breath and sallow complexion try Dr Shoops- estoratlve Tnblets or Liquid and see for your If what it can aud will do We sell and then Uy recommend Jr Shoop RestoratluSEVERS DRUG CO LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET GOI- NOOHrOIlATEDI Fast Mailand Passenger Line between Louisville and Evens vf11- eSteamers TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wednesday Friday and Saturday 4pm Leave Evansville Monday 10 amr Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m passengnticketsments delivered quicker than 07 sail PASSEnGER FARE REdOCEDJ Cloverport to Louisville 1176 Clovorport to Evansville 176 Cloverport to Owensboro- Spleudidjaccommodatlons 7ti for stock GeneraJOfEce 154 156 i58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILUAMS 6 F and PA SE8J WILSON SBB Snbscribe for The News CHILE 18 SULKING Ambitious South American Republic Pouting Over Uncle Sams Lack of Enthusiasm SOME SOUTH AMERICAN POLITICS Aspirations to Gain Ambassadorial Rank at Washington Were Not En couraged and the Andean State Declines to Send Back Its Minister Washington April lChUes fall Lire to send a minister to Washington to replace Mr WalkerMartinez who did not return here after tho Pan American conference at Rio Janeiro last summer has caused much com ment The neglect of the Chilean congress to appropriate sufficient mon ey to maintain the legation has been riven as a reason for leaving the American mission In charge of Alberto Yoacham secretary of the legation But It has just become known that the real cause was hidden deep Ila Latin American politics Chile decided It would be a good Idea to have an ambassador Jo Wash ington and steps were taken to dis cover what the United States thought about tM proposed elevation of tho Chilean representative to Washington BraiD had an ambaaader aide Chile felt that a similar hpao t should be ac corded to It by Ue Utvlt 4 Stites The suggestion that the ChlVun en vor Might be raised to ambassadorial rank set all LatinAmerica ea edfa and a general movement was laatltut ed by the southern republics to bead off such a movement Argentina be lag unfriendly to Chile was especially opposed to the plan as Brazil and Chile are always rated as allies and Argentina did not want her two strongest rivals to outstrip her in American representation- It has not beew the policy of the state department to send ambassadors to any country which cannot be rank ed as a world power and when the hoatlllty of the rest of South America to such a change became known the United States decided that the quos tlon had better not be agitated fur thor at this time Before this decision was reached however it was diplo matically hinted that Bolivia and SOT eral of the western South American republics would probably decide to withdraw their ministers and leave their legations in charge of secretaries In case Chile was permitted to send an ambassador French Labor Situation Paris April 4 Speculation relative to the labor demonstration May 1 with forecasts of disturbances occupy a large space In the newspapers The secretary of the Federation of Labor who was interviewed on the subject doIcidedI that the stoppage of work would bo general In France on that date The governments precautions to prevent disorders are complete and the offi dais believe that May day will pass oft peaceably Roumania Quieting Down Muclmrest April LIt Is officially announced that tranquility has been reestablished throughout the entire country Now that the peasants un ierstaud the measures proposed by the government for the amelioration- of their condition the agitation Is dying out Fifty Killed by Explosion Johannesburg Transvaal March 30 Four white men and fifty natives were killed and three whites and sixteen natives Injured by an explosion of two cases of dynamite at the Drel fontoln mine A native tampered with the dynamite New Trial Refused Warsaw Mo April Jlajor H W Salmon convicted of Illegal banking was refused a new trial and sentenced- to three years In the penitentiary New York April 5Harry K Thaw was declared sane by the unanimous report of the commission In lunacy appointed to inquire into his present mental condition THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Live stock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 75c No 2 red 76c CornNo2 45c Oat- sNo2 mixed 43c Hay Clover 1600 i 1700 timothy 19002100 millet 13001600 Cattle250600H- ogs500G9O Sheep 2SO525 Lambs 550750 At Cincinnati WheatNo 2 red 79c CornNo 2 BOc OatsNo2 44c Cattle 440550 Hogs 450690 Sheep 275600 Lambs450790- At Chicago WhealNo2 red 76c Corn No3 41c Oats No 2 40c Cat tleSteors 400 0 700 stockers and feeders 300505 Hogs425 90 Sheep 400660 Lambs G00830 Livestock at New York Cattle 460635 HogsG75 785 Sheep 400450 Lambs 675 JI860 At East Buffalo Cattle400600 Hogs 5600 725 Sheep 3000075 Lambsf600 J 890 Wheat at Toledo May 78o July Toi oasis tie New Years of tho Ancients The Athenian year began In June the Macedonian In September The Romans began their year first on the 1st of March and later changed to the 1st of January The Persian year be gnu on the 11th of August In ancient Mexico the year begar Feb 23 The Chinese year begins in early February and has twelve months alternating twentynine and thirty days but in every nineteen years there are sevenI years of thirteen months This is not I accurate and to correct the error they I have a cycle of sixty years In which I occur twentytwo Intercalary months Diltcu by a SpiJer Through blood poisoning caused by a spider bite John Washington of Bos queville Tex would have lost his leg which became a mass of rnuning sores bad he not been persuadod to try Buck lens Arnica Salve He writcsliThe first application relieved and four boxes heated all the sores It2sc Guar anteed at Severs Drug Co The Rainy and the Dry Days The owner of the ranch in one of the arid regions of the great west was en tertaining aa eastern relative He showed him over his broad acres spoke of the difficulties that had been overcome In making the desert blos som ns the rose and outlined his plans for the future But la It possible asked the visitor lto make more than a bare living on such land and in aacb a climate es this7 II Is I have mode considerably more than a bare Urine on this land I am glad to hear It Cyrus Then you have something laid by for a rainy day have you Not exactly rejoined the host with a laugh On the contrary with the help of an occasional rainy day I have managed to lay something by for the dry days Youths Cotnpau Ion r Good for everything a salve is uses for and especially recommended for Plles1t That is what we say about De Witts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve That is what twenty years of usage has pnven Get the original Sold by all druggists Let Everybody Plant Trees If every landowner would plant In every available place such trees as would not only give present beauty but also insure a future supply of valuable timber It would so supplement the larger work of a government for est reserve that reforestation and the preservation of an adequate supply of good timber would be much simplified The precious and almost Indispensable white oak is naturally only a forest tree but the black walnut which In trinsically Is even more valuable will grow almost anywhere and In a much shorter time and will pay for itself from the time It begins to bear The same is true of the chestnut There Is no question that cabinet woods will always be In demand for no other ma tonal can possibly take the place of wood in the making of furniture Craftsman CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bougbi Soars tho iI Signature of k The Glen Eye Crop The glass cyp crop comes from Thu rlngia As Newfoundlanders are fisher men or as Cubans are tobacco growers so tho typical Thurlngian Is a maker of glass eyes Almost every Thurln gian house is a little eye factory Four men sit at n table each with a gas Jet before him and the eyes tire blown from plates and molded into shape by band Tho colors aro traced in with small needles and as no set rule Is observed in the coloring no two eyes are exactly alike Sometimes a one eyed man or woman come maybe from a great distancesits before one of these Thuringlan tables posing for a glass orb and the artisan with his gas jet his glass and his needle looks up at the sitter and then down at his work and altogether the scene suggests a portrait painter at work in his studio New Orleans TimesDemocrat Pneumonias Deadly Work md so seriously affected my right lung writes Mrs Fannie Connor of Rural Route 1 Georgetown Tenn that I ughed continuously night and day lad the neighbors prediction con umption seemed inevitable until my iiisliaod brought home a bottle of Dr vings New Discovery which ase proved to be the only real cough lungsJlbenti on may still win in tbe battle against ing and throat troubles with New Pis overy the real remedy Guaranteed jy Severs Drug Co 50c and 1 Trial cattle free Long Struggle for a Jury San Francisco April 2The trial of Abraham Thief on extortion charges began In Judge Dunnes department of the superior court at 10 Oclock this morning It IsI estimated by counsel that ten days or even two weeks will be taken in getting a jury Fixing for a Boy Madrid April 5The government has decreed that in the event of Queen Victoria giving birth to a son he shall bear the title of Prince of the Asturlas the title given to the heir to the Span ish throne and first assumed In 1388j Differences Finally Adjusted Chicago April 5The differences between the Western railroads and the members of the Order of Railway Conductors and of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen have been finally adjusted Doing Business Again When my friends thought I washout to take leave of this world onI iccount of indigestion nervousness and neral debility writes A A Chis olm Treadwell N YOland when it v ked as if there was no hope left I was persuaded to try Electric Bitters id I rejoice to say that they are curing e I am now doing business again as f old and am still gaining dailyI est of all tonic medicines Guaran ed by Severs Drug Co 50c Animal Worship Swine are adored In Crete weasels at Thebes rats and mice in Trons por cupine in Persia the lapwing In New Mexico bulls In Benares serpents In Greece and ninny of the African coun tries The Hindoos never molest snakes They call them fathers broth ers friends and other endearing names On the coast of Million a hog happen- Ing to kill a snnko the king gave orders that all the swine should bo destroyed Notes and Bills 248621 91 Cash in Safe a 17516 63 Cash in other 57224 62 Bonds a I 86 House and Lot 1800 00 Other Real 236 79 and 400 00 Total o 81 B F BEARD President M H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier EromoteaD csUonCheciful ness andHestContafos neither nor 1MM tJUBrSdAV 1 f 11r Jwl sII JApoftct Remedy ferConsUfev 6o lrue tlwS cnlXQSS OF SUED TarSioile Signature of NEW YORK r EXACT COPY OT WRAPVBB True Snobbishness Untold depths of snobbishness among freeborn Americans seem to be revealed by a recent Incident that Is worthy of a place In literature A wealthy and cultured family of good ancestry but who did not happen to figure as social lenders In n certain city received Invitations for n wedding among people whom they know very well but whose social aspirations were rather moro pronounced than their own The gift selected for the bride was a beautiful clock It was bought ut one of the best shops and tho cards of the givers were left to be sent with the clock ut a certain date Time passed the wedding carne oft but no acknowledgment reached the people who sent the clock The clerk remem bered shipping It with the cards but nothing further was known until a mutual friend of the two families was moved to make Inquiries of the brides mother This ludy seemed to be a little vague about it but It eventually trans pired that the ambitious young bride had removed the cards of the donors and had substituted that of a coni splcuous society leader with whom she happened to have tho merest calling acquaintance Harpers BazarI 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 CASTORIAFor Kind You Bears the Signatureof 1- 11kP Thirty L ASTDRII1 vm etqritpi MMT few TM errr Names of Cloverport Pupils lobe Displayed Announcement is made at the head quarters of the Kentucky Commission that a totol of 5750 has been subscribed to the Building fund by the school children of the State These subscriptions were made on Jamestown andBoones boro Day which was observed in the school on December 12 last Names of pupils contributing to this fund will be appropriately displayed in the Ken tucky Building Nothing so good as Cascasweet11 writes a mother who has used ftIIIt 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 50 doses for 25 cents Recommended by all druggists Buying Sassafras J E Hanks of Holt Ky was in town Saturday Mr Hanks is a busy man these days buying sassafras roots for a Louisville firm He has bought ovor 60000 pounds and is making con tracts for more ot the root all the time J t Statement of of Bank Hardinsburg Trust Company At of March 30 1907 f Resources Bankss 34854 Banking Estateo Furniture Officers ralN- QTNARCOTIC tSowrStomatDiafsl WonnsJonvu1sioMr8WlJs1 J The Have Always Bought Jse y For Over Years Condition Th of Close Business Fixturesa 360654 MtimjMorpuinc Liabilities Capital Stock 50000 00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 5662 07 Deposits I 304992 74 r C Total 360654 81 Directors Q W BEARD DR A M KJNCHELOE MORRIS ESKRIDGE B F BEARD- C V ROBERTSON D S RICHARpSONrr u II IIMH BEARD Cashier I 1 iQ ttir VY ttAiYi iJ 0 1 ilu 1 I i I w I t I i e t iii 1 V 1 J E r v s ia i j I 7 1- i r jf i I Jr 1s4 I 1Y 1i 11- c 1- r 1a 1f f c 3 1k 1 DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers is sure to know of the wonderfu this cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver remedyIt cal triumph of the nine teenth dis covered after years off byDrnent kidney and blad der specialist and iIs curingtamebles and Brights Disease which is the worst form of kdney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not rec ommendedforeverythlngbutlfyouhavekld ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need IIt has been tested In so many ways in hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement hw been made by which all readers of this pace who have not already tried it may have t sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this offer In paper and send your address to Dr KilmerCoBlng itamton N Y The century generou = = regular fifty cent and nomot Root skillar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont makelany mlatakelbnt remember tb name Swamp Itoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Boot and the address Binghamton N Y S on every baton LHST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 118 Dally Fast Train leaves Oloverpo 507 AM stops at Howard on flaK only rrlve at Louisville 725 A M NoII21aUyMail and KxpreasIeavesClo verportoS9 AM stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1215 p m Train No 114 Dally fast mall leaves Clo vorport 4W p m stops at all way stations east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives a Louisville 7s3S p m Oloverportaccommo4atton WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Oioverport accommodation loaves Oloverport 600 a m arrives Evans villa goo am Train No 111 Dally fast mall and express loaves Cloverport 1043 a m stops only at Hawesvllle Cewlsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansvllle arrive St Louis 720 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansvllle 1030 p m Stops at all stations No USdally St Louis fast tralnleavesClo verport 11 001 PM arrives Evansvlllel35 A M St Louis 1 40 A M stops at HawesvUle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 betwee- Louisville and Evansvlllo Through sleepln- cars and reclining chair cars on trains 14 and 140 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No2 dally except Wunday leutes Fordsville 430 u rrives Irvington 840 ftni Train No4 Daily except Sunday leave Fordsvlllo320p m arrives Irvington 520 p tiiTrain No 6 Sunday only eordsvlllo830a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Daily except Sunday leave Irvington 850 am arrives Fordsville 245 pm Train No 5 Daily leaves Irvlnirton 850 m arrives Fordsville s25 D ni Hows t YourLiver 1 i a It will par rOil te take good care of I your liver because If you do your lver will take pot care of you I sick liver puts yea aU out of sorts Mkes you pall Any side at the cteaadr gives ytn stomach adze headache wtert etc WeB liver yourAThere IB easy CM safe certain and r fYableUvsrsre riaeaidth- ztisThedfords BlackDraughtFor vegetabte reatNy ku been the standby In thousands ebi ea and Is today the favorite Mrr e41dne in the world It acts gently ea the liver and kidneys and does Mt Irritate the bowels It cures ceasttpatton relieves con gestion and purifies the system from an overflow of WIt thereby keeping the body in perfect health Price 25e at aM druggists and dealersTest it- tIawesvllle The Shipping Point Representing the SkinnerRussell Co of Louisville Mr D C Herron of Irvington has begun the delivery of 100000 feet of lumber vHawesville for shipment the same having been cut of land near Patesville Mr Herron ex pects to ship a million feet of lumber from this point Hancock Clarion OxwOnX1M w The kind You Ha tle INTERESTING NEWS Tersely Told Information Concerning- the Doings In Our Own and Neighboring States FOUND HERE IN A NUTSHELL IIn This Column There Will Bo Feund Accurately Detailed the Happenings ef the Largest Interest Occurring Throughout This 8ectlonIBlountvllle Tenn April 2 Rumors VIollenceBristol Va jail charged with the murder of Llllie Davis in East HI Cemetery It is thought that moun taineers started the movement In order to prevent a raid the shed and deputies secretly hurried the pris oner across the line and lodged him iIn the Elountvllle jail This action o viated difficulty In the trial as there was talk of resisting extradition AN ATROCIOUS CRIME Criminal Assault Had Preceded Mur der of Llllie Davis Bristol Tenn March 30 Develop ments have led to the belief that Lillie Davis who was shot In East Hill Cemetery dying an hour tater was assaulted and murdered John eon City officials claim that the girl1 was to have been a witness against a younger brother of Ack Hale who was with the girl at the time she was shot in a trial for manslaughter to he called at that place next week The man killed was a brother of the Davis girl Witnesses examined testified at the inquest to Incriminating actions and the authorities agreed to hold a second post mortem examination of 1the girls body The coroners physit clans made the examination and reported finding evidence of criminal as sault Hale adheres to the story that the young woman shot herself The spot where the shooting occurred 1Is six feet south of the VirginiaTen nessee state line and as the arrest had been made by Virginia officials all 1 gal formalities had to be gone over by the Tennessee authorities Miss Davis is to be buried in the wedding gown In which she was tu have been married early in April t a wellknown coal mine owner Held on Coroners Verdict corea Who was shot In East Hill cemetery In Bristols suburbs Wednesday night and died an hour later has rendered a verdict holding Ack Hale on the charge of criminally assaulting and murdering her Hale was with her at the time of the shooting MURDERED BY HIS ROOMMATE Details of the Death of Samuel Martin Received by His Son Falrmont W Va April 2DetaUs of the murder of Samuel Martin formerly an official of the Baltimore c Ohio Railroad company were received today Martin was killed on the night of March 25 In a lumber camp at Lu divine La Luther Heidelberg his roommate IIB charged with the crime According to the reports received by Martins eon who lives here hi rather and Heidelberg had a Blight quarrel A few hours later while Martin lay sleeping Heidelberg shot him Mar tin died next day at a New hospital Heidelberg was arrest joon after the crime and narrowly es Gaped lynching mt the hands of the angry lumbermen One Effect of New Law Wheeling W Va April L Tel e graph operators In Weat Virginia threaten to strike if their wages are reduced when the flew elght hour law enacted by the recent legislature goes Into effect The railroad companies have given notice that there will be a proportionate reduction In wages M loon as the act takes effect May 9 At a meeting Sunday the operato representing every division In West Virginia adopted resolutions to acceptt lidthing less than theyTecelve now for twelve hours View of Tennessee Republicans Nashville Tenn March 30Repub lican members of the Tennessee legislature In a joint caucus last night unanimously adopted resolutions ap pealing to Republicans throughout the nation to renominate Theodore Roose velt for another term as president The resolutions declare that a renom luatlon of President Roosevelt will not be for a third term hut his second term which is but a lust recognition of duty well performed Wanted In Texas Parkersburg W Va March 29 Chief of Police Oliver has received telegram from W W McConnlgs sherrlff of Hardin county Texas requesting him to hold Ed Shingleton arrested here on Tuesday night on a murder charge until he could securei requisition papers and come here for the prisoner Shingloton has con fessed to the crime Will Keep Lewiss Ashes Nashville Tenn March 29The Tennessee legislature adopted a reso lutlon refusing tho request of Oregon to allow the ashes of Captain Lewis Hie famous explorer to be taken to tat state for burial Captain Lewis Is burled In Lewis county Tennessee where the state has erected a monuII I ment to his memory i BRIEF DISPATCHES SATURDAY The big plant of the Castalia Cement company at Castalla 0 was de stroyed by fire General MacArthur will soon make application to be placed on the retired list of the army Prof li Sadtler of Denver one of the highest authorities on mines and mining in the world is dead Marshall B Levy of Indianapolis won the individual championship of the American Bowling congress Safeblowers robbed the Farmers and Merchants National bank of Han over Mich getting away with 3000 Business failures in the United States for the week number 166 against 157 last week and 169 In the like week of 1906 IlAn unknown woman jumped to death over the brink of Niagara Falls peoplettthe tragedy MONDAYbThe condition of Mansfield who Is suffering from nervous ezfiaui lion is growing serious Jim Williams colored charged with criminal assault on a white wowan near Colbert I T was lynched by a mob of a thousand people Governor Winthrop is preparing to make a reception in Porto Rico of Secretary of War Taft second only to that extended to President Roose veltHaving fastened their garments se curely to her own Mrs Otto Brittlag at Dover N J carried her two I4Ue children Into Shongum lake where all three were drowned The eighteenth renewal of the Ken tucky Futurity value = 21000 closed with the entry of 1407 mares the largest entry In the Futurity seer made except In 1898 when 1467 mares were entered TUESDAY The second session of the twenty third congress of the republic of Mex ico convened Monday All carpenters and painters In Van couver are on strike and building op eratlons are at a standstill dee stroyed the plant of the West Ken lucky Coal company at Sturgis caus ing a loss of about 85000 leftuof the warships to represent Italy at the opening of the Jamestown exposi tion The Mary Anderson theater named in honor of the great actress now liv ing in England was opened at Louis vine last night in the presence of a fashionable audience A band of Bulgarians attacked the old Servian towns of Rudnik and To polcha burning thirty homes killing seven men and maltreating a number of women and children WEDNESDAY General Jose Miguel Gomez a prominent candidate for the presidency of Cuba is ill with consumption The power house of the San Fran clsco Gas and Electric Light company was destroyed by tire causing a loss estimated at 2500000 The new auditorium which line boon erected at St Paul at a coat 01 U50 000 raised by popular subscriptions will seat 12000 people J J Hill has resigned as president of the Great Northern and will be chairman of the board of directors L W Hill his son Is now presidents The deadlock in the Rhode Island aeelUnited States Senator remains un broken Fortyfive Ballots have been cast THURSDAY Secretary Taft has left Colon for Havana The Colombia national assembly la- In session Complete calm prevails throughout the republic William T Stead has arrived In America to attend the national peace convention which Is to be held in Nev 7raWalter Wellman expresses himself as well satisfied with all of his ar rangements lot his proposed airship expedition ti the north pole A positive and categorical denial Is given at St Petersburg to the various rumors to the effect that the cabinet had decided to dissolve the lower house of parliament By the explosion of an infernal ma chine believed to have been sent him by a rival for the affections of a wo man Daniel Miller at Schriectady N Y was terribly Injured FRIDAY- Representative and Mrs Nicholas Longworth expect to spend a month In Alaska the coming summer CommanderlnChlef Robt B Brown Republicahas Issued his Memorial day proclamation Bishop James N Fitzgerald of the Methodist Episcopal church is dead in HongKong whither he had gone on a pleasure trip- Argument In the matter of E H HarrlmanB railroad transactions has been begun before the Interstate commerce commission A police inspector at Sarapul Rus sla was killed by a sixteenyearold boy who shot him down with arc volver Tlu boy was captured The Western railroads and the con ductors and trainmen have reached aQ agreement and there will be no strike Both Bidet ranted conces sions I ItHE GROUND COVERED The President Has Nothing to Add on Railroad Situation Washington April 2President Roosevelt has written a letter to the president of the Illinois Manufactur ers association declining the invita tion of that organization to speak at Springfield on the railroad situation I The president says it would be a waste of time for him to accept the Invitation because he would only re peat what he has already said in pub I I r PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT lie addresses and messages to con gress He makes it clear that he Is In favor of government supervision of railroads believing that it will be boneflcial both to the corporations and the public He again paints out the danger o overoapltallBAtlra and expresses the hope that proper laws will be enaoted to remedy this evil The president declares with empha sis that he is not making war on the railroads but says that when he asksI for a square deal he means a square dealRecent developments he says have only served to convince him that his previous utterances with reference to railroads and other corporations ate correct He urges that additional power be given the Interstate commerce commission and justifies thoI new Interstate commerce law For Catarrh lit me send you free just to prove merit a Trial size Box o Dr Sboops Catarrh Remedy It I 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 Dt Shocp Racine Wis Large ja D+ cents Sold by Severs Drug Co Teachers Take South Bend South Bend Ind April 4The Northern Indiana Teachers associa time will open a three days convention here beginning tonight Nearly 3000 teachers from various parts of Indiana are already enrolled and not less than SBOO are expected Teachers are be lag assigned to private homes M the hotels are now filled and fully 2000 will have to be cared for by the citi- lens Slain by BrotherlnLaw Linton lad April 2Roe Mowery I aged thirtytwo shot his broth rin law John Dove aged twentysix through the heart killing him Instantly Dove boarded with Mowery and the only witnesses of the tragedy wer Doves wife aid brother Mower tame to Llnton and gave himself up Both men were miners The Price of Health tiThe price of health in a malariou- dlistrict if just 25 cents tile cost of a hoof x Dr Kings New Life Pills writeb Ella Slaytou of Noland Ark New Life Pills cleanse gently and impart new life and vigor to the system a5c Satisfaction guaranteed Severs Dru Co Teachers Elect Officers Indianapolis April IAt the doe lug session of the Southern Indiana Teachers association held in this city the following officers were elected President J Aley of Bloomlngton first vice president J W Riddle aILkwrenccburg second vice president R B Von Klelnschmld of Greencastle secretary Miss Dorothy Moran Bedford treasurer M H Stuart Indian apolls executlvo committee F W Cooley Evansville J H Scholl Rush vllle Franklin Hoyt Indianapolis B D Remy Franklin and J A Line bargor Rushvllle Board Changes Its Mind Bloomington Ind April 6It Is ex petted that work at the high schoolI will be resumed next Monday as theI school hoard has rescinded Its action accepting the resignations of the nine teachers The board asks that the teachers themselves shall make application for reinstatement School has been suspended several days and the citizens have prevailed on the board to change its action After Former President Indianapolis April ISuit for a receiver for the estate of Andrew M Sweeney former president of the State Life Insurance company has been filed in the Marlon superior court by attorneys for the company The petition for a receiver Is a part of the general suit for the recovery of 80000 from Sweenoy and Samuel L Quinn former vice president filed tome days ago iI NewOil Different from other oil yseofNEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove saves fuel expense and lessens the work Produces alwaysunderwithout overheating the kitchen Made in three sizes yourdealerscircala r nal a o Lamp is the but lump for tlUrouad household UJS aickelPerfectlyin roomEverywrite to our nearest agency- STANDARD OIL COMPANY IMO8KP9BATKB amongffrozen on the snow and so brittle that they break unless they are very care fully handled Such frozen butter ICH on being taken to a warmer climate recover themselves and fly away London Telegraph When your back hurts it is almost always a warning from your kidneys When your kidneys are wrong there is nothing so good as the use of DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills They assist the kidneys Sold by all druggists IEditors Arrange ror outing Indianapolis April 3A meeting of the Southern Indiana Press association was held at the Denlaon hotel Tuesday afternoon It was decided to have the Mayf11 A trip up the Green a svisit to the Mammoth cave was deI tided upon All southern Indiana ed Itors that desire to make the trip will please communicate with Secretary- W W Aikens Star Franklin Ind The party will rendezvous and start from Evansville The following offi cers were elected President Jay C Smith Republican Seymour vice president Will K Penrod Tribune Loogootee secretary W W Aikens Star Franklin treasurer Frank Gwinn Public Press New Albany delegates to the National Editorial as soclatlon E A Remy Seymour J E Caskey Greensburg W W Alkens Franklin Luther Short Franklin W K Penrod Loogootee S D Boyd Washington Rest is The great restorer We tire our muscles by exercise and then rest to restore them yet a great many of us do not stop to think how little rest we give our stomachs As a usual thing no part of our bodies is so generally overworked andesignsYof we pay until at last Dyspepsia takes hold Indigos tion is just a warning and if we heed the warning we can easily avoid further consequencesKodol is a most thorough catsandand greatly assists in restoring it to iits normal activity and usefulness Kodol is sold on a guarantee relief plan It ii sold here by all druggists ELECTINgPostmaster luese Wins In the Meyer alty Contest Chicago April 3The mOlt intense campaign In municipal election that Chicago has experienced In many years closed Tuesday night with the election of Frederick A Duane the Republican candidate for mayor over Edward F Dunne his Democratic rl val and a candidate for reelection by a plurality of about 13000 votes The Issues in the campaign have been largely based upon the improvement of the local traction system Both parties were agreed that present con ditions were Intolerable but differed as to tho best method to be employed In revising them The Democratic party headed by Mayor Dunne stood for Immediate municipal ownership through condemnation of the streetcar properties if the result could not be obtained in any other way The Re publican party favored ordinances which were recently passed by a Dem ocratic city council over tho veto of Mayor Dunne These ordinances pro vlded for twentyyear franchises for the streetcar companies the city re taining the right to purchase the sys toms for 50000000 plus the amount to be spent for Immediate rchabllia tlon of the lines six months notice be- Ing necessary of the citys intention to acquire tho property The ordi nances also provide for universal transfers throughout the city a five cent fare and 55 per cent of the net revenue of the companies to be paid to the city The fight for and against the adoption of these ordinances has been exceedingly bitter They carried Tuesday by a wereJJ about 40000 vote Stove q SER VANTLESS HOMES IN NEW YORK Plan Upon Which Many Families Live Comfortably Together Here and Abroad A correspondent in the New York Sun says- I read in last Sundays Sun of a new scheme by which American home life is to be revolutionized A gentleman from the other side imagines that he is the inventor of a plan which will relieve us of all the troubles and worries of present day life I know of several apartments here and abroad that have been and are be ing run on this plan One is in this city on Broadway It is a ten story building in which there are about thirty apart ments Each apartment consists of from four to six rooms including a dining room There is one general kitchen and the meals which are of the beat are served only in the apart ments There is one maid for every two apartmentsand besides making the beds and keeping the apartment dean she serves the meals All of the help ride on the freight elevatorand besides the elevator boys there is an attendant for the telephone switchboard The service is entirely on the American plan and the apartments are only rented on lease I do not think that in matters o f housing or living we need a foreigner to teach us for from what I have seen we in America live far and away ahead of any nation abroad There are not many people Vhd know of the above apartment yet it contains all the fea tures and many more than our friend Afterthaving examined the apartments apartment hotels and hotels of this city our visitor will no doubt go back to his sown country a wiser and better m- anTakesIt Nerve Everything depends upon your nerves It is nerve force that causes the brain to direct the motion of your body it is yourheartblood through your veins it is nerve force that causes your yourkidneysthe liver to secrete bile In fact nerve force is the power that runs your body so if you feel wornout irritable nervous cannot sleep or cat well have pain or misery anywhere your nerves are weakand your system run down To restore this vitality take Dr Miles Nervine whichI will strengthen and build up the nerves You cannot be healthy without strong nerves MllesNorvinomy close companions Early In mar mynervesIndIgestionverydizzyspellsNervine and at once I began to Im prove and soon found myself inperfect health MRS S L YOUNG 324 Flttsburg St New Castlo Fa yourdrugpIst theflrathewillmoneyIElkhart Ind I v M 1 r jJc lA W Nl1 1 D tcYt 45f 1TT Iii r I Igt i dI 1 r I i 1i 1i Ia a f Bg Jv v v j i xfi rt CScvv V tViVVJV T l yt i i t iyi t i J J l BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BARRAGE SONS PublUhlne Oo = Issued Every Wednesday = Subscription Price 100 a year o 188 if paid at the end of year = CARDS OP THANKS over five lines charge d Or at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged forat the iAte of S tots per line Money In advance Exwnlno the label on your paper If It I1 toot correct please nottfv us = Why ordering a change In the address inbscrlbcr should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES = WEDNESDAY APRIL 10 1907 No brain storms from Washlngto n this week Better keep that winter underwear on until your wife says take it off Hardinsburg did the handsome thing by the Farmers Institute The musk was simply charming The Farmers Institute at Owensbon was a tame affair as compared with burs They dont do things anywhere like they do them in Breckenridge Commissioner St Clair says we can have Bohler this year to look after our roads Time he was doing something more than paying political debts at a cost to this district of nearly 3000 If you owned a railroad would yo t think of going ahead improving your property and building extensions with a lot of politicians standing over yo each with a big stick saying to you you must carry freight and passengers at the rate we name regardless of what it costs you to do it and maintain it NOTICE The A S of E Co Union met Monday April 1st and requested me as chairman to ask each and everyone now having acreage pledges in their hands to have them signed and return same to our Co Sec Mr J H Pile Hardlnsburg on or before May the 1st Silas Mill- erTOBINSPORT Miss Mabel England was the guest of friends in Owensboro and Cannelton last week Nat Ahl of Moweaqua Ill visitedI his son Alexander at this place lastt weekShirley England was home a few days last week from Washington Ind Banty Hayden left Thursday for Spencer where he will work this summerMiss Ryan visited Mrs Benton Eubank in Cloverport last week Miss Della Winchell spent Easter i Cannelton the guest of Miss Mayme Boltinghousc Misses Mary Frank Verda Polk Nannie Kinder and Elsa Beck left Sat urday morning for Terre Haute where they will attend school this summer Miss Effie Weatherholt was in Can nelton a few days last week the guest o Miss Leona HydeIMrs Hugh Gardner and little daugh ter of Lewisport spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Webster Taylor Rev L S Sanders filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sun day Miss Ella Esarey returned home Wednesday from Rome where she has been teaching school Forrest R Polk visited at Joe D Brashears at Hardin Grove last week G W Winchell bought a horse Sat urday from L L Waggoner Hites RunMrs Belle Polk is seriously ill at the home of D R Bi- venFor the- Children To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit cour age strength How is it with the children Are they thin pale delicate Do not forgetI Ayers Sarsaparilla YouI know it makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the general health in every wayJJ The children rnnnotpotilblr have If nn health uiileii the bowl are in proper cuu llti u orJJ rest UIIT ronli lion by jttvliiif HIM 11 laxative doses of yer111I All vegetable iugar4M ttte 1 1 U j O Aver Co Lowell Mme manufacturer of i AlfacSObr3 HAIR VIGOR ItsAoue CURE PECTORAL I Wa hUll no laoreti I Wa pubUhII the formals of all our medicine 1 HARDINSBURG C W Moorman of Cloverport was in town Monday Dr Wm Milner of Union Star was in town Monday- r James Haynesof Custer was in town Monday on a business trip Lindsey Kincheloe spent Sundayat Guston the guest of friends Mrs Mary C Ford of Glendeane was a visitor in town Saturday Coleman E Haswell is building a brick sidewalk in front of his residence Mrs I B Richardson of Garfield is the guest of Mr and Mrs Paul Comp ton Miss Lelia McGary was the guest of Miss Ada Henderson at Webster last weekThe Alexis Company will give a re cital at the Opera House Wednesday eveningAndrew Elder will shortly begin the erection of his residence on Main street near First- Revival services will begim at the M E church South the first Monday in next month Mr and Mrs Herbert M Beard were the guests of Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile Sunday Judge Milton Board was up town Monday for the first time since his severe illness D S Richardson of Union Star was the guest of Mr and Mrs Percy M Beard last week S F Brown of Hawesville who has been visiting Mr and Mrs Wm More dock returned home last week Charles McGill who has been visit 11ing his parents Mr and Mrs S D McGill returned to his home in Louisville Sunday 11Allen Kincheloe left last week for Oklahoma City Okla where he has accepted a position in Scott Bros drug storeCol Burt Cunningham who was here attending the Farmers Institute says that the apples are practically unin jured A brick sidewalk has been built on Court Place from the Farmers Bank to the livery stable which is a great im provementMrs Read will return home this week after a three months visit to Florida winter resorts and to relatives in Birmingham Ala Three new students entered the Hard insburg Normal Monday This school under the direction of Profs Driskell and Cummings is widely known for its thoroughness and careful training Richard A Beard has purchased of Elihu Meador his farm of 114 acres lying one mile east of town Consideration 950 Possession is to be given next Christmas Mr Meador has bought n farm near Klngswood Judge Henry DeH Moorman enter tained the members of the court at a fish fry at Walkers restaurant Wed nesday evening Those who partook of the judges hospitality were John VessellsnCharles H Drury John T McCamish Frank Ruppert and John P Haswell JrA mass convention of the Democratic party will be held here May 18 next for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Representative provided that if 1stfthe County Committee is authorized to declare him the nominee It is probable that the Hon E H Shcllman will be endorsed for a second term The Copper Cent The earliest cents Issued by this goy ernment near the end of the eighteenth century were of pure copperbig cartwheels weighing 204 grains apiece It was soon ascertained that their worth as crude metal was actually greater than their coined value and EO It was deemed necessary to reduce their weight In 1703 this was done and the weight of the coin brought down to 208 grains and three yearn later the weight was again reduced to 168 grains The present current cent weighs only fortyeight grains Lot Angeles Times The Mohammedan Oath One of the most picturesque forms of administering the oath is that followed by the Mohammedans Tho witness places his right hand flat upon the J Koran puts the other on his forehead and then brings his forehead down un til It Is In contact with the book Then I he stands erect and looks steadfastly up for some seconds The officer of the court nsks the witness Are you bound I by the ceremony you have performed to speak the truth The answer IsIIi III amTo j the Buddhist witness the officer of the court sa sIIYou declare as in tho presence of Buddha that you are unprejudiced and if what you spoalc shall prove false or If by your coloring f truth others shall be led astray then may the three holy existences viz Buddha Dhamnm and Ihro Sunglm In whoso light you now stuml together with the glorious devotees of the twin tytwo firmaments puulsh you and ulo your migrating soul The witness places his hand on the zeudavestn and says I swear that the evidence I shall give shall be the truth by Godcby God omnipresent by God omnipo tent the God Almighty tA tIIAh tllNA4fWWWMM1I IAW1W MONT ROSE 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 action what it takes to make an all round horse and for color form and finish are hard to equal After a careful study 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 have watched with great interest the development of Mont Roses colts for the past four years and they have to our satisfaction proven wonders They are show horses business horses and farm horses so you will make no mistake to breed your mares to this horse MONT Rose was sired by Darling Denmark he by Happy Cross First dam Fannie C by Cromwell Second dam by old Cabells Lexington MONT ROSE will make this season at the farm of R G Robertson Glendeane Ky for 15 to insure a living colt All possible care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes but not responsible should any occur At the Breckenridge Fair at Hardinsburg 1908 we will give a premium of 25 to the best one of Mont Roses colts 15 for the second and S1O for the third and will give S1OO for the i first premium colt All colts to be broken and shown by halter We solicit your patronage C Vic Robertson and C L Beard Owners i PUBLIC SALE I will sell to the highest bidder at my farm near Irvington Saturday April 13 1907 the following stock and farm implements 21Jerseyewes and lambs 2 wagons I new surrey I buggy 4 sows and pigs and a lot of stock hogs 1 binder 1 mower one new empire drill farm Implements household and kitchen furaltnre corn and oats Terms made known on day of sale DAVIS ASHCRAPT D W HENRY Auctioneer JohnsonBorton Miss Lena Johnson a Breckenridge girl and Mr Donald Borton of Kanorado Kansas were married at Knnorndo April 7 1907 IKodolFor al IALL DEPOSITORS in this bank will find its officers ready to extend every courtesy and every facility careful should expect and the ab solute safety of the depositor is secured by wise conservative methods The holdings and securities of this Co are safe and sound Our constant aim is to make with our customers both and profitableBANK CLOVERPOkTO- LOVERPORT KY FOR DYSPEPSIADI- GESTS WHAT YOU EAT l- AnD RelIt indigestion Sour Stomach Bdchlnjr of DUo lie 1 OLY AT fIIItMUTOay 0 k E Co D MTITT k COMPANY CHICAGO ILLJI Druggists businessmen dealings pleasant U Cadick Milling Coe SALES increasingwhtion CADICKStGOLD DUST FLOUR is giving our customers Money spent for good flour is a good investment It pleases your cook for without it she can not place before you results that are sure to please you A Try Cadicks Gold Dust Flou- rMAKERS H Grandview Ind j I CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL GREGORY COMPANY PROPRIETORS CLOVER PORT KENTUCKY 1 We have Contractor James M Lewis associated with us and JOurprices are reasonable andiuWe have several grades of roofing at prices froni 1 tow square iCX Our best Ruberiod will last as1longasthebuildingA f T NIt 0 t4w 1 i ra I I i I wr I J IJ I I I r 4 f yII y ll- a l- d WI a t 4n a 4a 4i rq r I e- T tIl I I I 1I I II tft JJ j x J t She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 19 1907 Additional Local P D Plank is In Atlanta Ga Edward Harris is home from Louis YJille l Bert Beavin makes house painting ia specialty Miss Laura Hale left last week foi Sllville tJ D Brashear went to Louisville ThursdayCall the Lewtsport flouron sale at GjCounells David May was home front Owens boro Sundayll fWill Bowmer was home from Louis ville Sunday Preston sells Lewisport flour the best 11 the mprket M I sell no paint am jjust a painter Bert BeavinX Let Bert Beavin quote figures on painting to you Little Miss Nell Louis Mattingly is ill with pneumonia- Mrs Chas Lightfoot has returned home from Sargho James Younger was in Owensboro Friday on business Miss Lillie McGlothlan of Irvington has returned home Mr and Mrs Sam Berry have moved here from Louisville- Dr and Mrs Homer Taylor have re tuned to Owensboro Ed Oglesby attended the farmers Institute at Hardiasburg A postal card will bring Bert Beavin the painter to your door Mrs R B Cox Mystic returned from Owensboro Monday Authur Gregory of Louisville was the guest of friends last week Miss Percell of Howell is the guest of Mr and Mrs Albert Percell H V Duncan is the guest of Mr and Mrs David Duncan of Brandenburg Mr and Mrs John Windelkin of Mt Carmen 111 are the guestss of relative Mrs B M Currie was called to Nebo Wednesday on account of the death of her brother The Rev Thomas of Owensboro is tho guest of Mr and Mrs Wick Moor manR S Whitehouse of West Point is here the guest of his mother and other relativesMiss Agnew left yesterday for Irving Texas for an extended visit to her brother Mrs J H Wills has returned home from Yelvington after a weeks visit to Mrs Lucy Temple- C N McGlothlan of West Pointwas the guest of Mr and Mrs James Younger Thursday Mr and Mrs David Mattingly and baby Nell Louis visited in Louisville Thursday FIfTEEN YEARS OF ECZEMA I Affected Hands Arms and Legs Endured Terrible Itching and was Unable to SleepWould Tear the Bandages to Scratch the Skin In less than One Week CURED BY THE- CUTICURA REMEDIES eczemanea yeargee a A lets They were the worst in the winter time and were always itchy and I could not keep from ecratching them I bad to keep both bands bandaged nU nightIscratch through the bandages as the itch jog was so severe and at times I would have- to tear everything off my hands to scratch the skin I could not rest or sleep I had several physicians treat me but they could not give me a permanent cure nor stopthousing the Cuticura Soap one box Cuti cum Ointment and two bottles Cuticura Resolvent for about six days the itching had ceased and now the sores have disappeared and I never felt better in my lifo than I do now Infantrry I disfiguringhumors tatiols and inflammations of the skin scalp and blood with loss of link of in instantlyrcliovedcum Remedies when all else fails Complete Extent and Internal Treatment for Even Humor or Intent Children end Adult conilitiof Cuti curs Soapfttc to Cletnie the Skin Cuticura Ointment ICOe to ueal the Skin and Cuticura Pllli ChocoUti Coiled Tic per rlel of dtito Furlry the nlood Hold throof bout theworld Potter DnicftChem Corp feU Boiton Mail Depots i London Newtxrjr a eke erhoawlartrRobertlIto diIiIx5aUtdrirMMUow to Con Bkln Torturer I 0 Call at Prestons for the best flour Mrs Statira Batt and C Battpf Cnn nelton have been the guests of Mr Harry Morrison Fresh from the fashion centers Mrs J M Cordreys new line of hats for the ladies and children Spring and summer shoes all grades all styles all sizes at The Shoe Store Conrad Sippel the Shoe Man Propr Morrison Calhoon dentists ofllc downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky A large stock of new wall paper at T F Sawyers Will also order anythinj made in wall paper Miss Pearl Jarboe of Cannelton spent several days of last week here the guest of Mrs ClydeTMorrison Mr and Mrs TomMcIntyre and little son Kramer of Caseyville Ky are visiting her sister Mrs P J Kramer Mrs Chas K Minary and son Billy arrived here from Florida to visit her parents Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer The seasons latest creations in sprin and summer hats for ladies and chil dren just received atMrsJMCordrey If you want to make your wife happy got her a sack of Lewisport Flour sold in Cloverport by Preston Williams nm OConnellMiss Pine of Evansville who has been spending the winter with Mr and Mrs Wm Pine will return horn next month A first class paper hanger will assis T F Sawyer in the wall paper business during the season Call and leave your order with him Mr Leonard Oelze is back at his duties at the Cloverport bank after being confined to his bed from illness for several days Mrs Ben Miller of Kirk who has been in Cioverport under treatment of Dr J T Owen has returned home somewhat improved Leave your order with T F Sawyer for wall paper and hanging and Mr McIntyre will do the rest No pay un til the paper is on the wall and satisfac tion is assured Dr J T Owen and wife went to Louisville yesterday to meet they daughter Mrs J E Matthews of Philadelphia Mrs Matthews will ac company her parents home for a visit Save your money here a little and there a little by going to Babbagei for Groceries Four cans corn 25c six boxes Matches 2Sc seven barsLeno soap 25c Boys straw hats 5c each Helmers Bettman Cos Eclipse Shoe the shoe that wears longest feet easiest looks prettiest The shoe with a good name At The Shoe Store Conrad Sippel the Shoe Man Propr Mrs Lucy Temple Yelvington ant Mrs Judge J H Wills Cloverport were yin Owensboro Monday Mrs Temple has recently bought the Tule residence two miles east of Owensbon on the river She will move there in the Fall Rev Pope To Leave Rev W H Pope and wife who havt held the pastorage of the colorec Methodist church here for three year will leave this week for Southland Ky where the conference called him They have been faithful workers here among their people and their members regret to see them leave His salary this year was 550 Jamestown Exposition Rates Norfolk Va April 26 1907 to Nov 30 1907 Season tickets 12860 60 days tickets 2725 30 days tickets 12250 10 days tickets 11550 From Clover po trto Norfolk Va and return Real Estate Transfers J D Gregory to Newsom Matting ly house in Cloverport Consideration MOO 000 Josephine Jolly by R L Newsom to H T Robinson house and lot on Short Line railroad 1500 ilanche Bates at- ThpMary Anderson According to the critics Blanche Bates has in David Belascos The Girl of the Golden West a role that fits her as none other has ever done treated by Mr Belasco with her in mind for its portrayal its every phase and variation agrees with the actress exceptional ability and scope of expression And in addition to her histrionic accomplishments Miss Bates rings to the impersonation an accurate nowledge of the time and locale in which the character lived No phase of American history is more ypical of the strength and progress of the new country than that which deals with the gold fever of 49 on the Sierra Nevada mountains and the dramatic values of the types which made the period unique have been fully and enthusiastically appreciated by Belasco taster playwright and producer Miss Bates will be seen at the Mary Anderson theater for three nights beginning Thursday April II The seat sale opens tit 9 oclock Tuesday morning BIO SPRING Mr and Mrs Meyer have returne from Louisville Winfield Scott has returned horn from Bowling Green Dr D B Duncan of Elizabethtown is here doing dental work Mr Collins of Louisville is hurt visiting his son Jack Collins Miss DeHonly of Columbia is her in charge of the Millinery department at H Meyer Charlie Scott attended the Farmer Institute at Brandenburg Wednesday and Thursday Mrs Jerome Cooper and children of Vine Grove visited her father R C Craycroft last week Mr Collins and Mrs Jack Collin visited her father J M Tindall of Garrett Thursday and Friday Mr and Mrs H H Kemperwere the guests of her mother Mrs Julia Clurk son from Friday until Sunday Hari Meyer who went to Bowling Green to attend school has returned to Louisville and entered school Mrs Julia Clarkson returned home Monday from a visit to see her sister Mrs Hannah Hardin at Holts Bottom Mrs W H Strother and Miss Zelmi Strother were the guests of Mrs Geo Casperke at Brandenburg last weal from Monday until Thursday Mrs Amanda Clarkson accompanied by her daughter Mrs Achilles Moor man are visiting Mrs Mary Herr at Anchorage a sister of Mrs Clarksons Th Lamp of Life There are three wicks to the Inmp or a nmns life brain blood and breath Press the brain a little Its light goes out followed by both the others Stol the liourt u minute and out go nil treat of tin Wicks hole the air out of tei lilujcs and pre ently the fluid ceases toI Ktpiily tin other ceuters of flame and all Is won titngiiuthm cold and dark IICSH oiur Wendell Holm- esCOMMISSIONERS SALE Breckenridge Circuit Court Kentucky Mary B EaujtyAgainstPlaintiff j 301IdaBy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court rendered at the February term thereof 1907 in the above cause for the sum of three hundred and six dollars 306 00 with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the 18th day of March 1896 until paid and all costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the CourtHouse door in Hardinsburg tithe high st bidder at PUBLIC AUC TION on- WON AYe APRIL 22 1907 at one oclock p m or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit of six and twelve months the following twitAthe city ol Cloverport Ky and said lot being a part of lot No 8 as known upon the plat of said town of Cloverport Ken tucky fronting 50 feet and running back between parallel lines 100 feet said 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 feet thence between said parallel lines West 100 feet the said lot being the same conveyed by J C Felly to Ida Cisel Lindsay C Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing- legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Replevin bond Loin retained to secure payment of purchase money Bid ders will be prepared to comply prompt ly with these terms- Approximated debt interest and cost 54796 LEE WALLS Commissioner For Sale Cheap i Gasoline Engine Machine Lathe Rip Saw Gig Saw Wood Shaper Morticer I Forge Wood Lathe set of j Taps and Dies Emery J Stand Work Bench Auto mobile Delivery Wagon Call at Bashams Shop Fourth Ste Oweiibb ro Ky rp Dont Tal- k1PeJnt1 t J To a dealer with a rwfev q gallons of one lID m kind Come to us U We are the Paint 1 people j 1 SEVERS DRUG Coejj rL I Wants I l Jr JrAdvertisements Inserted under this head at ono cent a word per week PA ItMOH SALEs acres K mile east ot iDanlols know as the It M Parsons farm Good buildings good water find plenty of timber For further Information call on or address W AL Dunn McDunlo s Ky COR SALK Span of mules sixteen hands 1 high sate to work anywhere Sound as- a dollar II H Hardin Cloverport FOR SALE Gold rind with pretty setting H for 1115 Exchange Department orhlreckenrldgo News Oloverpt Ky- WANTEDAgood Jersey cow fresh Wm Ky OR SALElOO acres ot land laying on the branch railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn 18 acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Irlco 11500 cash For further particulars write the Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky FOB 8ALE- pRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also now and secondhand Gas and Gasoline EnglnesMAKTIN GABLE 516 3rd Street Louisville Ky- SALFSJIEN WANTEDThreo salesmen ounty 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 ouch are given Railroads plainly shown ubojlvenCOl11tresslonul bored londid opportunity for energetic men Rand McNitlly Co Chicago 111 Fun SALE One pair small work mules or exchange thorn for other stock Jos S Tlnlus Holt Ky con SALERook of DosUnytortuno book I1t News oalco Austria was the next country after England to build and open a steam railway She beat France In this re spect by one day only n u un un u IIII MEET ME AT NOLTES I II III 1 I l I New Local Views II On Postal Cards II Will be interesting to absent friends E RIVER SCENE DEPOTHIGHEST WATER JANUARY 1907 IIDI IIDIHIGHEST SECTION ITHEc LAKE AT TAR SPRINGS 1 2 for 5 cents Everybody will appreciate them I I J C Nolte Si BroICloverport KyI I To Get the best type of III II I Saddle anGeneralP- urpose Horses III II I Breed to a Thoroughbred Stallion III JJ- He I I Imparts Stamina Endurance Ii Quality and Intelligence 1 IIBYII PEOIPLEBRANTOMEA- N I ELEVENYEAROLD BROWN HORSE BRED IN ENGLAND AND IMPORTI ED TO THIS COUNTRY BY EDWARD CORRIGAN BRANTOME IS BY ST SIMON THE GREATEST SIRE IN THE HISTORY OF THE THOROUGHBRED i FROM THE HAMPTON MARE CLARISSA THE UNION OF ST SIMON AND HAMPTON BLOOD HAS PROVED MOST EFFECTIVE AND HAS GIVEN THE TURF MANY FAMOUS HORSES BRANTOME HAS ALREADY ACHIEVED SUCCESS AS A SIRE OF THOROUGHBREDS IAND WILL NO DOUBT TAKE EVEN HIGHER SANK THIS YEAR WHEN A NUMBER OF TWOYEAROLDS WILL BE RUNNING FOR ll- AI HIM ALL OF HIS GET ARE MARKED BY THE FINE SIZE SUBSTANCE AND IJ- ti BONE WHICH ARE SUCH DESIRABLE TRAITS IN GENERAL PURPOSE I HORSESaUALITIES WHICH MAY REASONABLY BE EXPECTED BY THOSE IWHO BREED TO HIM NOW tl- lI HE IS THE PROPERTY OF THE KENTUCKY BREEDING BUREAU AND WAS DONATED BY THEM TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS SECTION HE WILL III 10 to InsureCO- ME I TO SEE HIM AND YOU WILL BETTER REALIZE HIS EXCELLENCE I I I I iI iIjiifi9l ifiljItBBj I r t t40r r tf V f t I r I 9r iii- r iF v i 1Z 0- z i t t i Women Avoid OperationsWhen female trouble is told that an operation is necessary it of course frightens her hospitalthestrikes terror to her heart It is quite true that these troub les may reach a stage where an ope ration is the only resource but a great many women have been cured hv Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound after operation has W J w VKVHJFbeenThe strongest and most grateful statements possible to make come from women who by taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs have escaped serious operations as evidenced by Miss Rose Moorescase of 307 W 26th St NY She writes Dear Mrs PinkhamLydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has cured me of the very worst form of female trouble and I wish to express to you my deepest gratitude I suffered intensely for two years so that I was unable to attend to my duties and was a burden to my family I doctored and doctored with only temporary reliefand constantly objecting to an operation which I was advised to undergo I decided to try Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound it cured me of the terrible trouble and I am now in better health than I have been for many years This and other such cases should encourage every woman to try Ly perationMrsWomen suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass From the symptoms given the trouble may be located and the quickest and surest way of recovery advised INDIAN RELICS FOUND IN LA RUE COUNTY On Red Mens Battlefields Are Many Traces of Crude War fare Waged by Savages Mr T W Davenport brought to The Herald office the other day some genuine relics of the days when this country was the home or the hunting ground of the noble Red man The relics consist of a stone tomma hawk and six or seven flint arrow heads which the Indians used in their warfare against the whites Mr Davenport sound these on his farm having plow ed them up He says that all the indications point to the fact that the spot where they were found was the grave of an Indian and that the ttfmmahawk and arrow heads had been buried with the Indian as was the custom with many of the tribes that infested Ken lucky on their hunting expeditions Years ago it was a common occurcnce to unearth a number of those old Indian warfare relice but in late years they are seldom found On the farm of the Messrs LaRue north of town there has been hundreds of them found the place being a knoll on which was situated a fort and many are the battles bat took place there between the Indians and the whites There are other points in the county where they were numerous but they Were generally found at spots where battles had occured or where Indians had been buriedLaRue County Herald Irevcntics will promptly check a cold or the Grippe when taken early or at the sneeze stage Prcventics cure seated colds as well Preveutics 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 Preveutics and stop Pneumonia Sold in 5c and 25c boxes by Severs Drug Co Washington April 4Representa 1 tive and Mrs Nicholas Longworth ex pect to spend a month in Alaska the coming summer They will leave their I home in Cincinnati about July 1 Weak Lungs NEED VINOL its cod liver oil elements heal and strengthen the lungs Many people Inherit weak lungs which are likely to be attacked by consumption So also are lungs weakened by disease or by a stubborn hacking cough Vlnol which is a real cod liver prop aration with all the useless oil elimi nated and tonic Iron added strength ens weak lungs and gives one the power to throw ort wasting diseases We ask every person suffering from weak lungs stubborn hacking coughs or any wasting disease to try ytnol on our guarantee Sev rs Drug Co All Records Broken By- Dead Letter Office Washington April 4The division of dead letters broke all records by re turning to senders during the month of March 374279 undelivered letters and packages In March 1906 the num ber returned was 225438 The record for a single day in the returning branch of the division was also broken during last month when 14488 letters were re turned on the 28th 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 Laxative Cough Syrup The pleasant coldremedy that expels the cold through its laxative actiou on the bowels Con forms Strictly to the Pure Food and Drugs Iaw Contains no opiates Sold by all druggistsi Talks FromI Moving Train Miss Fannie Goodin oporatar in the Hardin County Telephone Exchange at this place was called up a few nights since to witness a telephone conversa tion from a train moving at the rate of thirtyfive miles per hour between Car rolton and Louisville The conversa tion could be distinctly hoard as could the whistling of the engine under proper connection The levee used in the experiment is an invention of Dr Jones of Louisville for which he claims to have been offered f100000 The con nection is completed by means of chem icalized steam and the invention seems to be a success By a clever ar rangement there is no interference whatever from the incident noise of the moving trainElizabethtown News Stood the Teat I I Allcocks Plasters have successfully stood the test of sixty years use by theII public their virtues have never been I equalled by the unscrupulous imitators 1 who have sought to trade upon the re putation of Allcocks by making plasters with holes in them and claiming them to be just as good as Allcocks Allcocks plasters stand today in- dorsed by not only the highest medical I authorities but by millions of grateful patients who have proved their efficacy asi a household remedy I Ij j LAHANTrI r Miss Alma Wathen of Rhodelia isJJ visitidg friends and relatives hereIMisses Victora Masterson Katie and Edna Tobin were guests of Misses Muril and Ora Beavin Friday I Miss Nettie Hylton was the guest of friends in Hardinsburg last week Pete Elder will leave next week for I Indian Territory Claude Norton will work from the first of April till in August next for Eugene Beavin when he and MrBeavin will leave for the Indian Territory with a view to locate thereCWillie Hardesty of Paynesville was the guest of C M Hardesty last Sunday Several now cases of measels are reII 1 portop Blaude Norton and Eugene Beavin come near being killed last week by atop I falling out of a tree They were topping it toorect a telephone wire on 1 Each received a severe shock but slight wounds 1 John Wathen purchased a fine horse from P Killman last week J W French of Ammons was here last week on business James Morgan has most completed his new house Mrs Sallie Bruner of Union Star was here last week visiting friends PLENTY OF MOVEY Graft Prosecutors In San Francisco Are Not Hampered by Lack of Funds THE SPRECKLES MILLIONS stn Back of Great Civic Movement to Clean Out Gang of Public Plunder era and Grafters Close Guard Be ing Kept on Abe Ruef San Francisco March 30Rudolph Spreckles who by backing the prosecution in the graft investigation with his fortune made the present Investi gallon possible gave to the press a statement In which he said Contributions from cltlxens to the fund of 1100000 guaranteed by me before the commencement of the bribery t graft Investigation are coming in steadily thcugh slowly They are 1 in amounts ranging from UO to 1000 and more If it costa more than 100000 to complete this prosecution that will mako no difference Thole engaged In it will never be hampered by lack of funds no matter what the bill may be The work of Investigating will not be suspended until every bit of rot tenness has been fully exposed We fully expect to land In the penitentiary every giver of bribes and the higher up the offender the more vigorous will be his pursuit We do not how ever expect to send every bribetaker to prison Some of the miserable men who sold themselves to the corpora Lions must begraatec1 immunity In exchange for their testimony which Is worth a great deal more to us ax evidence of the guilt of the high corpora tlon officials than their own Incaroera tion would be Every department of the city and county government will be thoroughly examined the police de partment along with the others No sot of officials will be overlooked Since the arrest of Abraham Ruef at the Trocadero a month ago rumors have been rife that an attempt would be made to rescue him by force from Ellsor Dlggy and his guards either during a session of court or while Ruef was being taken to or from court An officer prominent in the bribery graft Investigation was asked today If It Is not true that every person Identified with the prosecution is go lug armed and was questioned about tho significance of this He said Though I think the matter should not be exploited It Is a fact that every man openly Identified with the prose cution of tho bribery oharges and grafters is heeled and that some of tho more prominent of them are employing bodyguards Though It may sound sensational to those not famil mar with the local situation it is a fact that for a month we have been keep Ing a special lookout for an attempted rescue of Ruef and we shall be hap pily surprised If these investigations and Impending prosecutions end with out gun play POLITICAL SENSATION E H Harriman and the President Engage In Verbal Tilt New York April 3Not In years has there been such excitement In olltlcoflnnnclal circles as that occa lomed by the publication of an old letter of Edward H Harriman to Sid nay Webster In which Harriman de dares that Theodore Roosevelt appealed to him to save the Republican party from defeat In 1904 Coming at the time It does with the railroad actuation In acute stage and with the entire nation eyes focused on Harrl man and Roosevelt the possible erect of the letter bares even an Intelligent cueButot even greater consequence lathe attitude in which It places President Roosevelt who on Nov 4 1904 made the unequivocal declaration that the charge made by Alton B Parker thin the trusts were furnishing the Republican campaign committee with was atroclousl1tl- Rarrhnan letter states that the president had appealed directly to him and that be had raised the 200000 desired to swing the vote of New York state Into the Republican column Harriman admits wilting the letter ROOSEVELT DENIES IT resident Laya the Burden of Proof Upon Harriman Washington April 3President Roosevelt has given the lie to the as ertlons made In the alleged Harrl manWebster letter by making public copies of letters which the president wrote to Congressman Sherman of New York last October- In one of these letters tho president laid I understood you to say that he Harriman alleged that I made this promise referring to Depew as ambassador to France at a time when he had come down to see me in Wash Ington when I requested him to raise 150000 for the Republican presidential campaign which was then on Any such statement Is a deliberate and willful untruthby rights it should be characterized by even a shorter and more ugly word I never requested Harriman to raise a dollar for the presidential campaign In 1904 Binghamton N Y April IFormer Congressman Galusha A Grow died at- his home In Glenwood Pa Sunday afternoon aa a result of a general teakdown attributed to old age ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Popular Breckenridge County Girl to Wed Prominent Young Minister The engagement of Miss Judith Ellen Dejnrnette to the Rev Evarts Bland English is announced The wedding will take place at 3 oclock on the Afternoon of May the fifteenth in the Bap tist church at Hardinsburg Miss Dejarnette is the daughter of Mrs Judith A Dejarnette and is n lovely young woman She was educa ted at Belmont college of Nashville Tcnn and is accomplished in music Mix This At Home The following simple homemade mixture is said to readily relieve and overcome any form of Rheumatism by forcing the Kidneys to filter from the blood and system all the uric acid and poisonous waste matter relieving at once such symptoms as backache weak kidneys and bladder and blood diseases Try it as it doesnt cost much to make and is said to be absolutely harmless to the stomach Get the following harmless ingredients Fluid ipoundi Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Mix by shaking well in abottle and take a teaspoonful after each meal and again at bedtime This simple mixture is said to give prompt relief and there are very few cases of Rheumatism and Kidney trou bles it will fail to cure permanently These are all harmless everyday drugs and your druggist should keep them in the prescription department if not have him order them from the wholesale drug houses for you rather than fail to use this if you are afflicted WHITE rUUSr90GEY Roosevelt Claims to Have Unearthed Strange Political Plot Washington April 5It Is said oa authority at the White House that there Is ample evidence at hand for the claim the president holds that there Is a movement afoot to defeat his policies In the next congress and In the next national convention It IB declared that the Ilearst Harriman Rockefeller combination has already a fund of 000000 with which to car ry on Its campaign in opposition to the president It was further authorita tively said They are gathering up the loose ends but the movement will flatten out It Is apparent In Ohio and Penn sylvania in fact It extends across the entire continent The scheme was thoroughly divulged at a recent dinner and reached the White House through a friend of the president The scheme of the people behind the movement t to buy newspapers pub lie men aid others who may assist the opponents of tho president In their work Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest WoojJ Purifier bee If your blood is impure thin dis eased or fullof humors if you have blood poisou cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any bit od or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches ant pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express E11 per large bottle 3 bottles forE250 or 6 bottles fcr 5 Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlan ta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases as it cures atter all else falls The Longfellow TownPortland Me Few great men have loved their youth and all that pertains to thutthap py period sdld Longfellow As he returned again and again to the city of his birth striving among the fa miliar scenes of boyhood to find and to relive his Lost Youth so the literary pilgrim as to a shrine visits and revisits Portland Me tho beau tiful town that Is seated by the sen to seek scenes rich in their association with a poet and a home eloquent of the personality of a world famous man This Is tho spot where Longfel low the boy passed that golden youth of which ho sings so sweetly tho scene of that beautiful home life which In his verse has found tho universal heart the one place of all others which he loved and to which It was his cus tom to return at least once each year throughout his life Stephen Cammett- In Putnams Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they can not roach tho seat of tho disease Oatarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease and In orv dor to euro It you must tako Internal reme dies Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by ono of tho best physicians in this country for years and Is a regular prescription It Is composed of the best tonics knovn combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on tho mucous surfaces Tho cerfcct combination of tho two Ingredients Is what produces such wonderful results In curing Oatarrh Send for testimonials free FJ CHENEY k Co Props Toledo O Sold by Druggists price 75c Take Halls Family Pills forconstipation RHEUMATISM 1j CURED rThe Circulation Stimulated f and the Muscles and Joints lubricated by using Sloones Lirvinveivt V Price 25c 50c 6 100 WlI Sold bywell Dealers I Sloans Treatise On The Horse Sent Free Address Dr Earl SSloanBostonMass4 DIAMOND BKWIV- SHCESFORTHLTIELD There KonectJ value for n = the toiler in Diamond Brcud Shoes They arc honestly j made Good reliable material that will stand Lard daily service goes into etch pair and the finish and workman ship are the Lest ThcYhtD- CrlectlV7 are comfortable and always look well The excellence of Diamond Brand work shoes ia assurance of the high quality or our tine dress shoes TRY ANOTHtR KAlfRJF YOURS HAStlY THEN MAKERS WE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN 4ANY ffH1 R HOUSEtlht THE N h wr N The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust CompanyCAP- ITAL 5000000- B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAW COMMON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Efikiiilge BeardDrAdministrator Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byFire or Burglary Tracing the Van Dykes Rome April 5There has been tamed a ministerial decree that one f the VanDyke paintings remaining at Genoa is the property of the state This canvas Is a lifesize portrait of a lady and Is very valuable In the meanwhile efforts are being made to trace the other VanDykes supposed to have been bought by J P Morgan TIIETEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2026 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky est imoniale PUT THE LAW ON HIM Harriman Causes the Arrest of His Unfaithful Stenographer New York April 5Frank W Hill n stenographer was arrested tart tight charged with having sold t a newspaper a personal letter of E H Harriman The warrant was sworn to by Alexander Miller secretary of the Union Pacific Railroad company af which Mr HarrIman Is president Hill was locked up at police head quartersThe In question was addrejssed fry Mr Harriman to Sydney Webster and was first published hero by the World last Tuesday morning Statements therein contained called forth a reply from President Roosevelt Tuesday afternoon Hill Is thirty seven years old and lives In Brooklyn Arson Charge Not Sustained Connerevllle Ind April 2Jonas Mercer charged with arson was acquitted by a Jury In the circuit court He was accused of burning the barn of Joseph Mays his fatherinlaw in Orango township He had quarreled with his wifes family Suspicion rest ed on him and he was indicted by the grand Jury Life Sentence far Ledbetter Muncie Ind March 30Lewis Led better was sentenced to life Imprison sent as the imterer of Orda Kirk W o4 r- Taa Stocklags Scarce Last spring tho news that rent womens uls and drove them wellnigh frantic with unpleasant apprehension was a bulletin from the shops that long black silk gloves were almost impossible to procure and that those which were obtainable were priced away ibpve the normal quotations of the market This spring the news that greets fem inity is more than shocking The bul letin that makes the cheeks pale aad the eyes start from their sockets today Is that tan stockings are almost impossible to secure Black stockings there are a plenty and green stockings and red stockings abut the factories have been unable to keep up with the demandfbr tan ones and so she of tho new tan footwear must perforce place it upon her boot trees and there let it stay until her name is ofII pairs she has ordered are sent toher Many sufferers from nasal catarrh say they get splendid results by using an atomizer For their benefit wo prepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Except that it is liquid it is in all respects like the healing helpful painallaying Cream Balm that the public has been familiar with for years No cocaine nor other dangerous drug in it The soothing spray relieves at once and cure is cer tain All druggists 75c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Willie and Papa WillieIt Papa if I am a liar will I go to the bad placq Twickenham Certainly Why WillieItI was thinking how far away you and I would be from mother Chesterton Todd in Womans Home Companion for March CaT nXABean O- ttfMtaM s the KId Yos Mwe r 1 T o ryi iT f4 j i i I rr ra 1 a rJ r t ld Ii S I 1cfJ- II ti I f I ti J r a- titi i r- Ir ii iii j 7j I 7I 7y 7 t eh- I 1 I 1- tV f r rri If ic c 1- I ii I J l iiiiV iij j f- ii Y Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm ck net soothe andbwJi the dloeased membrane r It caret catarrh and drlrei away a cold In the head qulcklrf IPrudarMediate and c cure tallow It II not drying doei a sot produce sneezing Large Size 60 cent at Drug f gUU at by null Trim Size 10 cents XLT BROTHERS 64 Warren SUeet New York LRr S BANDY CO F t Successors to C F Jean Co i IRVINGTON KY t CASHFor Produce Butter Eggs Poultry a- Sp Track prices on branch and main lineof L H St L Ry R S BANDY CO- J B Biggs Manage- rCOLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and night Rates 1100 per day Notice Coal Call On WILLIS CLARK- For the Best Coal in the State Stylish fl ComfortableTailor clothes- All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made jy modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed j H HUNSCHB Casper May tit Co Cannelton Inrf Sent on Approval Send no Money WE WILL TRUST YOU 10 DAYSSOO HAIR SWITCH Send a lock of and we wilt malll a 22 Fnshort stem fine human hair switch to match If satisfactory remit 200 In ten days Extra shades a little more Inclose 5 cents postage Ky3584thAvc Put Your Money 4 where it will grow under r trowtastersuf way Write for our tree lxoOklet N which tells all about how to Bank by Mall f convenientlytrom We pay percent Interest secFASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a necessity in the hygienic care of the person and for local treatment of feminine ills As a wash its cleansing germicidal deodorizing and healing qualities are extraordinary For sale at Druggists Sample free Address The R Paxton Co Boston Mass H Dell MOORMAN Attorney at Law- UARDINSBURO KY win practice his profession to all ot tbt Courts of and adjoInIng coat ties Special attention given to coUecUn road cases and criminal practice License U practice in United States District Courts Office over hank of Uardlnsburir Was Richard III a Jekyll Hydet Was Richard III the unmitigated rufijan of Shakespeares play Sir Clqrnonta Markham In his Life of R1q and III tiles In the face of Shake speare and of all our schoolbooks and makes Richard a flue fellow lIe pub lishes however u contemporary por trait of this prince and If physlogno my goes for anything ho was the Inst man you would like to West In a dark laneAnt o 1r XI 0111aT- AIt Kith Mrt- If6 1Partners the Tide By JOSEPH Author C LINCOLNiiCopyright 1908 by A + + oftot H+ t 01 +CHAPTER XVI T was close to daybreak when the partners separated They had planned and figured and estimated and each nowu u knew what hIs part In the great fight was to be As he was leaving Bradley asked the captain how In his opinion Obed Nickerson had learned that they had the contract Phoned the Salvage company re plied Captain Ezra decidedly Ill bet on It You see Brad this jobs a big one and the salvage folks might have figured there was sugar enough In 1 It to drop a lump In friend Obeds tea cup provldln he stirred up their spoon Well good night or good mornIn rather Its double or quIts with us this time son for sartin but If Tit comb do Nickerson do go under Itll be with colors flyln Within the week Setuckit Point from a lonely gull haunted sand pit inhabited only by the life saving crew and th bety morning for the Razor back shoal and returned at night to eat and sleep In the big shanty and those surrounding It Captain Titcomb saw the people at the Wellmouth bank and placed a mort gage on the Diving Bejle As the partners owned her free and clear ho was able to get her cost price 5000 Placards announcing that men were wanted at once and at 3 a day and board were hung In the postofflces and railway stations In Orbam South Or ham West Harniss Harnlss Center Wellmouth and other towns also an advertisement appeared In the Item The response was Immediate Work at good wages was scarce In the win ter months and men came from twen ty miles away to obtain It The Diving Belle carried them down to the Point There under Barney Smalls supervision some set to work building extra bunks In the big shanty slinging hammocks putting up stoves the partners bought five secondhand rangesand making three neighboring abandoned fishing huts inhabitable The rest worked over the stranded coal barge getting out the anchors strip ping her of all unnecessary ironwork and rigging and preparing to bring the coal from her hold and dump It over board Seventy men were hired altogether and to feed them it was necessary to buy large quantities of provisions Captain Titcomb managed this part of the business and the bargains he mad with Caleb Weeks and other storekeepers were wonderful and In somo cases not too profitable for the sellers As Mr Weeks said Ez Titcomb spent hat the forenoon with me today and afore he got through talkin hed tan gled me up so with riggers that I dont know whether I sold him salt at a cent a pound or cornmeal at a dollar a barrel Ill taro to put In tho rest of tho day callatln and add In up sos to know whether Ive made money or lost It Soon the work on the Freedom was in full swing and the great hull hummed like a beehive Men were stand ing by the hatches and by the derricks Men were working by the rail trans erring ropes and Ironwork to the Div- Ing Belle Down In the hold gangs of men with faces sooty black except where the sweat streaked them with pallid channels were shoveling the coal Into the big Iron buckets that tho creaking derricks lifted and swung over the side The donkey engines puffed and whistled the chains rattled and ton after ton of good hard coal roared from the opening buckets and splashed Into the tumbling waves of the channel The captain and Bradley together for a moment stood In the bows where the heavy cable led taut alt rigid from the windlass out to the submerg ed anchors The Freedom had moved slightly in the last few days and the partners were encouraged- By crlmus Brad exclaimed Captain Titcomb pointing with a grin on his grimy face to the stout little Div ing Belle just then shooting off to the Point with a load of strlpplngs from tho Freedom thats the little critter that has made It possible for us to handle this job I dont know what wed a done If we hadnt had her See her go will you Flies round like a flea In a fryln1 pan dont she You never put your money Into anything better for the size than her and dont you let that fact slip your memry The new schooner bad proved her worth twice over Equipped as she was with the engine she performed the part of a steam launch a tug and a ferryboat She had carried out and dropped the anchors in the channel she took her owners and a few of the hands to and from Orham every night and morning she was always ready and always useful In fact as the cap tarn said they could scarcely have handled the job without her Bradley dirty and bareheaded look ed at the little vessel I shant feel easy until we pay oft that mortgage he said And an- oUictJIlltYoU muftrtt forget to aee- Obedeant4gloaethat Insurance deal It WQrTlMme to thlnjcshp Is not protect ed atialh Thafa so Fact 1Soo Ive bat everlastln busy lately that Id forglt to cat If I hadnt got in the habit of It But I must settle that right off The only thing thats kept It from goln through afore Is on account of that dynamite In the hold The papers are ready only Obed wont dicker until wo take that stuff off his compny wont Insure against explosives A little of the dynamite that they had been using in blowing up the hulk containing the tar was still stored In the Diving Belles hold Captain Tit comb had promised to see that It was taken ashore but he always forgot It Bradley would himself have attended to the matter but the captain seemed to take the offer as n personal reflection on his own management It was the same with the Insurance Any thing that the captain undertook to doI he hated to give up to another Dont you want me to attend to that dynamite asked the junior part nor No no Ill tend to It myself Told you I would didnt IT Bradley saw that It was time to hange the subject He looked across the ocean to the horizon The air was clear and cold and the November sun light lay upon the water with a steely metallic glitter that had no warmth In ItWind to the southnrd he observ ed and seems likely to hold that way If it only holds fair long enough well win out yet- Wheres that special weather bu reau of oursr asked the captain oremore Ho stepped to the hatchway Ill Peleg he shouted Peleg My rick ahoy A distant voice from the hold replied that Peleg was aboard the Diving BelleThats so said Captain Tltcomb So he Is Well well see him later When the schooner again ran along side the barge Mr Myrick was sum moned and clambered on board The weather prophet had coal dust in his nostrils In his mouth and In decora tive smouches on his cheeks As for his whiskers the red and gray had disappeared they were now a solid black Pcleg observed the captain does Skeezicks know you when you git home nowadays Know me repented the astonished owner of the dog that was just like a human Know me Course he does Well I didnt know You look so much like a cross between a darky and a KIckapoo Sagwa peddler In his war paint that I shouldnt think your mother d know you let alone a dog Mr Myrlck pondered Well you see he replied slowly mother shes been dead for a considerable spell and Skeezicks Skeezlcks aint I see Thats the best reason I know of Say how about gales Got any marked on the calen darThe prophets dreamy gaze wander ed mournfully to the sky No he drawled I dont callate therell be a storm for the next week After that want L dont know Ive been havln a feelln that the weatherd shift but preps twont Still Im kind of scart kind of scart of the week after next Captain Tltcomb looked troubled Thunder he muttered I swan I hope that aint so Bradley looked at him In puzzled surpriseNow honest Can Ez he ex claimed you arent worried because tint half baker chap says hore Pe leg Come back here a minute Say how do you get your tips on the weatherMr hesitated and looked troubled Waal he replied 11- you see I dont glnrally tell that cause folks laugh nt me but beln us youre my boss I spose I ought to tell you a little You see I jest sort of feel It In my bones Arty particular bones Why my lalg bones mostly If a notheasters comlu my right lalg sort of aches and It its a soueaster itll fetch me In the left one Then theres other Bradley Interrupted him by a roar of laughter The prophet looked hurt ThereI he sighed I knew youd lat All right Peleg trot along There Capn Ez does that satisfy you The captain laughed too but be shook his head- I dont know he replied Them leg bones of Pelegs seem to have been pretty good barometers afore now Well what Is to be will be as the fellow with dyspepsy said when he tackled the mince pie My this wont do for me or for you either Brad They separated to plunge again Into their work But Bradleys hint about the dynamite still troubled Captain Tltcombs conscience When the Div ing Belle came back from her next trip to the beach he hailed Peleg and calling him to him said Peleg Ive got a Job for you I want you to git out that dynamite weve got In the hold forard and take It ashore someeres Now that dynamite was Mr Myrlcks particular dread He was more afraid of It than he was of anything else on earth The captain knew this and that was why he always selected Peleg to bring up a stick of the stuff when the latter was needed Its the scared man thats always careful said the skipper Peleg bangs to them sticks like a sucker to a barn door He wont drop em unless his knee Jlnts rattle I loose altogether from nervousness When the weather prophet heard the captains order the visible parts ofII his countenance turned white I Oh my soul and bodyI he gasped I You dont want me to tech them pesky things do yop Capn Ez7 Git som hQdteJjled I No replied the skipper gravely I wouldnt tfust nobody else Tum ble em outl- tlTumble cm out Dont talk in that Say how about gale t- eareleea kind of way Capa Ez Whatll I do with em Oh dig a hole and bury em put em under your bunk in the shanty feed em to Skeezlcka only sit em out of the schooner some time pretty soon Willwill Sunday do Yes yes Whenever you have the time HI Sam Hammond What am yodsettin there for Oit back to your engine Mr Hammond was still with them although his usefulness as a diver was gone owing to the temporary abandon ment of the tar venture But because they anticipated returning to this work If the Freedom should be floated he was retained at his old wages and was now running one of the hoisting en gines a labor with which he was more or less familiar although he considered It beneath him and shirked whenever he couldIThis shirking Irritated Captain TitI comb Consarn him he growled Let him either Hah or cut bait one or tother If hes too good for the Job why then the Jobs too good for him If I had my way wed come to a set tlement In about hat a shako The majority of the men hired by the partners were Intensely loyal and thoroughly optimistic They knew the circumstances under which the con tract had been taken and would not consider the possibility of failure for a moment But Hammond was the head of a little coterie of pessimists among whom were Henry Simmons and a few others from Orham and Lon Clark and Iko Bodkin from Harnlss These croak ers sneered nt Captain Ezra when his back was turned and pretended to pity Bradley When the pay envelopes were distributed they congratulated themselves loudly and wondered If this time was the lust Bradley teas aware of all this be cause Barney told him but he would not permit his partner to call IIam mond to account Sam should not have the opportunity of telling Gus that he was the victim of persecution by an unsuccessful rival not IIf Bradley could help It he shouldnt Captain Titcomb understood and so Sam was not re proved and grew more and more In tolerableAll lout the Freedoms deck was a whirl of Industry The captain and Bradley were always In the thick of It and were dog tired when 0 oclock clime Thou the cable was tightened and chocked the watch was set aud most of the crews were transferred in relays to the bench to cut supper In the shanty and shout sing and play cards until bedtime The partners with Hammond Hearse and a few other went up to Orham In the Diving Belle The old maids had been very solemn of late When Bradley first told them that his firm had secured the biggest wrecking contract ever bandied by Or ham men they were Jubilant But then came Miss Bus teed brimming over like a sort of living extra with ex aggerated report of village opinion concerning that contract and the sis ters began to worry Other callers whose views were more weighty than Melissas came also and now even Miss Prissy was nervously anxious Bradley went to bed early nowadays On the night following the conversa tion with Poleg he took his lamp from the shelf soon after supper was cleared away Captain Titcomb called but remained only a little while As the young man rose from his chair Miss Prissy who had been watching him over her glasses while pretending to mend some stockings dropped the work In her lap and asked Bradley how are you gettln on down at the PointTiptop was the reply Yes you always say that but are you galnln as fast as you ought to You dont think theres any any chance of your not bola able to git that vessel off do you Folks seem to think Bradley laughed Has Melissa been hero today ho Interrupted- No she hasnt but Mr Langworthy has Oh Bradley we hear such dreadful things Mr Langworthy came here almost on purpose to try to git us to coax you to give It up fore Its too late He says the whole town thinks you cant carry It through Men that know all about wreckln say Who says the Jeremiah club The Jeremiah club was Captain Tlt combs name for the dally gathering about the stove In Weeks store No Indeed 1 Men like Capn Jona dab Wixon and Mr WIngate and lots more They My that youve mort gaged your vessel and that It you fall jJMllll be ruined abgolgtolz jnilnejL 0000000000000000000000 k Consumption is less deadly than it used to be Certain relief and usually complete recovery g will result from the following treatment tOt Hope rest fresh air and Sco1tf 8 EmulsionALL j SOc AND SIOO 000000000000000000004 They lay If lIj to Capn l ra Of course Toniiy lint mo stand up for you and the cnpu mid pretend wo aint a mitt anxious but oh Biiidloy IIf any such awful thing should happen to you to our boy twould break our heartsBradley felt a pang of reproach Miss Prlssya eyes were wet and the tears were running down Miss Tempys cheeks lIe was very grave as he an sweredMiss Prissy he said please dont worry I know how people are talking but honestly ami truly I think we shall succeed If we do It means everything to us If we dontwell whatever happens It God lets me live you and Miss Tempy shall never suffer I owe everything In the world to you Ill promise you something else too If we win out now Ill never take another contract where the risk Is as big as this Now good night and to please me dont worry any more As he was leaving the room Miss Tempy said timidly Bradley you dont go to prayer ineetln any more Prissy and me pray for you every night I hope you wont let your busness crowd out your religion Bradley shook his bead answered hurriedly that be was working hard t I 4 IITHEFifth Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr b nowadays and was tired and went up to Ills room The last time he had been to prayer meeting Gus went with him He had no wish to go there now and perhaps see her In Sams company Continued next week The News No Pure Drug Cong Cure Lawawould 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 ageFor 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 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deposits Business great and small solicitedf0 i St t t I f t e i i II I e 1 i i 1 j V- fr r Ti TiiiiiiiI 7TT iltfl rt A i r f I I I f I J J tJ 1 i f 1 0 tJ fij f6 AMERICAN OFFICERS OF HIGH RANK AND OTHERS ENDORSE PERUNA f Prominent People Recom mend the Remedy Peruna Dr Hartmans World Re nowned Catarrh Medicine A Remedy for the Grip Gon W H Parsons 925 H St N W Washington DO writes as follows Upon tho recommendation of personal friends and many strong testimonial to tho efficacy of Peruna in tho treat moot of the numerous symptoms of the grip with which I havo been affected for four months past I have been induced to undergo a treatment of this justly celebrated formula- I feel adecided change for the better by Its use for one week only especially In toning up the stomach and a consequent decided effect upon my appetite- I therefore feel much encouraged that I am on the road to complete restora tion liMy numerowfrionda in Texas where 1 have had the honor to command a brigade of her veteran cavalry in a four year war may accept this voluntary testimonial to the merit of Peruna from a seme of obligation for its wonderful efficacy Peruna a Geed Tonic Gen M 0 Butler at South Carolina aSIfollowsfollowsI recommend Peruna for dyspep ala and stomach trouble 1 have boon using your medicine for a short period and I fool very much re lieved It is indeed a wonderful medicine and besides a good tonic Colds In the Head and Throat Chas W Bowman 1st Lieut and Adjt 4th M S M Cav Vols writes from Lanham Md as follows Though somewhat averse to patent medicines and still more averso to be coming a professional aflldavlt man it seems only a plain duty In the present instance to add my experience to the columns already written concerning the curative powers of Peruna- I have been particularly benefited by its use for colds in the head and throat i have boon able to fully euro myself of a most severe attack In fortyeight hours by its use according to directions I use it as a preventive whenever threatened with an attack Members of my family also use It for like ailments We aro recommending it to our friends IRVINGTON George Drury was in Hardinsbur Friday on a business trip Mrs A 0 Marshall and babyo Guston spent Thursday in townIMr H W Herndon of Henderson pont Sunday here among his relative and friends Mitt Ruth Meadow of OweiiRboro ii visiting Mr and Mrs Lonnle Dowel for several days Dirt Cunningham of Chenault was the guest of his daughter Mrs W U Gardner last weak Mrs Bate Washington waa ip Stej h aMport last week for a tow days the goat of her sister Mr R B McGlothlnn pont Saturday in West Point the guest of Mr and Mrs C M McGlothlan Mr and Mrs A B Coleman left Saturday for Stithton for an indefinite visit to their daughter Mrs Katherintf Wimp of Brandenburg is spending some time the guest of Mr and Mrs J R Wimp Mrs C S Neafus and son Lamar returned Monday from Guston where she was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs H H Kemper returned Monday from Big Spring where they wire the guests of Mrs Julia Clarkson- J F Claycomb has returned from New Haven where he was the guest of his ton Cray ton Claycomb for a weekMrs Kirby Blain and children have returned to Stephensport after a weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J B BiggsMrs Perry Weaver and children left for Louisville Saturday after being the guests at the Washington home for a monthEdwin Jolly returned to Louisville Sunday after spending a week at home with his parents Mr and Mrs R M Jolly Sr- Sash Simmons purchased of Mr Davis Ashcraft his beautiful country home near town last week and took posCJI8ion at once Consideration 2800 Mrs Jennie Callaway of Big Spring and sister Mrs A J William of Owensboro have returned home after a short visit to their mother Mrs Lewis at Basin Spring Mr Simmons of the firm Cowley Simmons has sold his interest in the hardware store to Mr Davis Ashcraft ana the style of the firm now is Cow Icy Ashcraft llvraer Carter of Lexington repre Recommends to the PerunaABrig Gen Kirby Washington C writes concerning Peruna as follows Friends of mine having used your Peruna catarrh cure with good results lam Impressed withI I Its curative qualities and can rec T ommend It to those who are afttt flicted II An 1 Invigorating1 Tonic RearAdmiral Hichborn U S Navy Washington D C writes IIAfter the use of Peruna for a short period I can now cheerfully recom mend your valuable remedy to anyone who is in need of an invigorating tonicFor Catarrh of the Stomach Gen W W Duffield Washington DO writes- I havo used Peruna in my family and have found it a valuable medicine and take pleasure in recommending it to all who suffer from catarrh of the stomach or who require a tonic of prompt efficacy senting the Christian Endeavor ill lecture at the Presbyterian church on Saturday evening at 745 ocloc promptly Every body is cordially invited to come The directors of the First State Bank held their annual meeting last Tuesday afternoon and unanimously elected Mr H H Kemper cashier for another year with W J Piggott as president and the following directors are the sameThe revival series of meetings at tin Methodist church closed last Saturday evening Rev G Lyons assisted Rev B F Wilson and we lord two weeks of splendid earnest and consecrator work done and a number added to the church Rev Lyons left for his home at Springfield JTriday Eating In Mexico Mexico Is a land where people like to eat and eat a good dual The dinner table Is well spread and there is an abundance hood is served in courses and often many of them A common bill of fare in thousands of houses at noon will be Soup called caldo or broth rice or macaroni known as sops baked and stuffed to matoes and artichokes a most dpllcloua vegetable two kinds of meat often chicken and a roast or chops and steaks fried potatoes salad beans which always appear fruit and several kinds of sweets and then coffee Ev erything comes on separately served by a boy or maid This Is n very usual repast and is frequently varied with fish from the fresh water lakes = A Pugnacious Bard An earthquake which occurred In England ou Feb 8 1750 frightened to death Aaron Hill the poet and visionary projector Of Hills voluminous writings only an epigram or two air now remembered but he was a pug nacious bard who so terrified Pope that the spiteful little satirist would only walk abroad with loaded pistols and accompanied by his big Danish dog Bounce Aaron 11111 Is one of the wary literary worthies connected with tho city of Westminster Ho was edu cated at Westminster school lived In Petty France and after squandering his fortune in schemes for extracting oil from beechnuts and planting vine yards In Essex was burled In the clois ters of Westminster abbey The Mystery of the Universe I compare the mind of man to a mu sical Instrument with a certain rango of notes beyond which In both direc tions exists Infinite silence The phe nomena of matter and force como with in our Intellectual range but behind and above and around us time real mys tery of the universe lies unsolved and as far as wo are concerned Is Incapable of SolutionJO1inTyndalL u1 DEAFNESS RELIEVED CAUSED BY BY CATARRHII T Gen A M Legg writes from the Savings Bank Building Washington DG as follows I take pleasure in endorsing the many recommendations I havo heard and read of Pernna because of having had knowledge of the truth of so many of them We always tell our sick and ailing friends of the remedies that we have learned from experience were good for us when ailing in the same way and we do it as a duty we fool that we owe them Why is it any the less our duty to advise all the people we can when wo know of a good and comparatively inexpensive remedy that makes many cures and benefits in almost all cases My own little personal experience of being relived of deafness caused by a siege of catarrh warrants me in advising all tho filleted to just try t Peruna 0 Wise Mirth There Is a saying of Clmmfort wblel ninny serious minded people under tin pressure of euro and work would do well to lay to heart The most thor onghly wasted of all days Is that on which one has not laughed It hllR often been said that only they whc take life with profound seriousness cat bo really humorous for they along perceive those fundamental contrasts which make humor possible It Is true I Emerson hated to laugh but his radiant smile was better than laughter I Carlyle on tho contrary was given to I earth slinking laughter a kind of nOl serkor laughter not without miller tones of pathos running through it Lincolns love of stories both In the hearing and the telling was a safetj valve for one whose tremendous bur dons fell on a temperament deeply tinged with sadness London Outlook A Source In Nature Lecturing to popular audiences sometimes brings to a scientific man unexpected experiences Sir Henry E Roscoe in hit autobiography records how one woman interpreted to suit herself his lecture on coal tar dyes- I must thank you she said for telling us how the flowers get their wonderful colors Thank you madam said he But I do not quite understand how my lec ture explained that Why It Is quito clear You de scribed how theso wonderful colors are obtained from coal Coal you say exists In the ground Therefore it Is perfectly evident to me that the flowers also obtained their colors from the coal How Animals Blush Animals blush us girls do but it is fear and not modesty that in their case causes the inrush of blood Horses blush In their cars especially In tho left ear When a horse is frightened its left car will bo found very hot and swollen This Is also true of rabbits Cows and all other cloven footed ani mals blush just above the fetlock Dogs blush in their tails When a dog Is frIghtened Its tall blushes so that It hangs limp the dog havIng absolutely no control over it Insects blush In their antennae Cincinnati Enquirer Screwdrivers Some of the best screwdrivers are made from wornout cotton spindles In days gone by these wornout spin dles were thrown on to an old Iron heap and left to rust until they were sold for old metal Then somebody thought of grinding one end Into a wedge and flattening the other Re suIt a screwdriver of tho best quality and a largo percentage of extra profit for the cotton spinners Used PerunaSatlsfled As U Its Merits Recommends It to All Sufferers Jon S S Yodor 203 Md Ave N E Wash ington DC writes I desire to say that I have found Peruna to be a wonderful remedy I only used It for a short time and am thoroughly satisfied as to Its merits I shall gladly recommend It to allsufferers STEPHENSPORT I Rev Lewis filled his appointment here Sunday Mrs Olla Lay returned home from Gas City Sunnay where she has been spending the winter with her son J H Lay Dick Skillman is dangerously ill wit but little hope of his recovery Miss Conime Conn who has been dangerously ill is improving rapidly Mr and Mrs Robert McGehee of Irvington were called here Sunday to be at the bedside of R S Skillman Mrs E T Connor and Mrs Pike Conn have returned from Charlestown where they made a short visit with R H Conn and wife Mrs E A Blaine has returned from FloridaMiss Ida Jarrett is sick with measles Miss Lillie McGlothan of Irvington was in town several days last week Mrs K B Blaine and children visit ed her perents Mrs J Biggs of Irv ington last week Mr and Mrs Fred Deickman were guests of their brother Herman of Sample Saturday and Sunday Mrs Frank Blains health is very badMiss Lelah Hawkins visited in Clo verport last week J Chaffin had a fine cow killed Sat urday night by the fast train Her Artistic Instinct Art was undoubtedly the ruling pas slon of the woman who clung to n strap In a New York subway car when she might havo sat down She was dressed In a coral pink gown There was a vacant place next a cross seat to which n man who was also clinging to a strap called her attention Oh no thank you she replied frankly I couldnt sit there It would kill my gown The man was puzzled until he observ ed that a woman sat next to the va cant place who wore a costume in which deep purple predominated The Tailors Crest Tho tailors sign In a little Inland town was an apple simply an apple The people were amazed at It They came In crowds to the tailor asking him what on earth the meaning of tho sign was Tho tailor with a complacent smile repliedIf hadnt been for an apple where would the clothing business bo today T Ladles Homo Journal For Kidney Trouble Coughs Col sand Catarrh Gen A T Hawley 1336 25th St N W Washington DO writes flI have used Peruna and find it very beneficial for kidnoy trouble and es pecially good for coughs colds and ca tarrhal trouble Convinced of Pcrunas Merit Brig Gon J Floyd King Washing ton D C writes I unhesitatingly state that 1 am con vlnced Peruna is a medicine which wIll effect all that Is claimed for its use Those desirous of obtaining special directions with regard to tho use of Peruna should write olir S B hart- man President I In i SHU tarlurn I Pas prayers Once upon a time sickness came to the family of the poorly paid pastor of a country church It was winter and tho pastor was In financial straits A number of his flock decided to meet at his house and offer prayers for the speedy recovery of the sick ones and for material blessings upon the pas tors family While one of the deacons was offering a fervent prayer for blessings upon the pastors household there was a loud knock at the door Whan the door was opened a stout farmer boy was seen wrapped up comfort ablyWhat do you want boy asked ono of tho elders Ive brought pas prayers replied tho boy Brought pas prayers What do meanYep his prayers an theyre out In the wagon Just help me an well get em In- Investigation disclosed the fact that pas prayers consisted of potatoes flour bacon cornmeal turnips apples warm clothing and a lot of jellies for tho sick ones Tho prayer meeting ad journed in short order Youths Cpjn panlon When perHIPrHon Geo W Honoy National Chaq lain U V U ExOhaplaln 4th sin Cavalry ExTreas State of WlscoaIIsin and ExQ Master General Texas G A R writes from 1700 First street N E Washington DO as follows I cannot too highly recommend your preparation for the relief of catarrhal J troubles In their various forms ISome members of my own family havo used it with most gratifying roott suits When other remedies failed Peruna proved most efficacious and Icheerfully certify to its curative excellence Peruna a Standard Treatment rICatarrhal Diseases Mr John C Nelson Dayton Tenn geologist and mining engineer whileII Captain in the Federal Army during the I Civil War contracted a case of rheumy tlsm This malady was constant and persistent inducing the development of becameIchronic After taking s course Peruna Capt Nelson writes Having been painfully afflicted with chronic rheumatism and tho adjunct I tine complications for many years nil after haying received many general and special treatments with only temporary relief I road your scientific treatise on catarrhal diseases IAt my request you prescribed a special course of the Pernna remedies which I closely followed and am happy to re port that my rheumatism and comply oated ailments are subdued and I feel young again at the age of 69 years Reason will acceptyonr classification of catarrhal diseases as scientific and true and the Peruna remedies as a standard treatment for them I thank you heartily for your skilled and logi cal advice Enjoys Renewed Health and Strength James J Osborn 628 Wahsatch Ave Colorado Springs Colo has filled all the positions in Knight Templar Masonic Order was a Mason since 1866 Judge of County Court Clinton Mo and also County Collector of Clinton He writes A sluggish liver which I had been troubled with for two years made life miserable and I was unable to attend to my business half the time I lacked energy had headache most of the time and my food distressed mo and did not l scam to do mo a particle of good Reading of tho many cures performed by Pernna I decided to try a bottle Before I tied taken many doses I fall brt I Tracing a Voice It was when scholarly heads were bent low over weighty books and when students were flitting to and from classes on nil sides of the corridor of the Drexel Institute that the silence was broken one day by shrill shouts of Please let me out Please let mo out Oh but Its a nice day I dont like it here I i linThe startled porter rushed to tho mu and back again to his post Tho librarians entirely unprepared for such an outrageous breach of the rule of silence which hangs aloft likewise took a survey to see what man woman or child for the voice was puzzling in Its quality could be making such weird noises No one could bo discovered Then the cries Issued forth again and another search began and finally a young boy from the engineering depart ment pointed out a blushing old lady who beneath her skirts sheltered an enormous parrot cage She explained that she was moving the bird had stopped In to get a book and was only mollified when she was told by tho li brarlan that she could come back again without the lawbreakIng bird Phila delphia Record v 125 ROUND TRIP FROM Brandenburg lrvington Guston Ekron and all Branch Line Points to LOUISV1LE KENTUCKYW- EEK END EXCURSION VIA THE HENDERSON ROUTE- On Saturday April 13 Special Train Leaves Fordsvllle G 30 a m Hardlnsbura 8 14H Irvlngton 9 10H Guston 9 18H Ekron 9 16H Brandenburg 0 34 Making stops at intermediate points Returning leaves Louisville at 6f 0 njir H to l O FOR FULL INFORMATION ASK THE AGENT lc a I o 1 jj f M + Ir S 1 1C II 11 j l- I i I 1 r r J r L i s i 4 t