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I If t 1v t0 c zn rxd a tE = c f t y jilt r Tg 17 try lJ THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT iil1V 1 VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 1907 8 Pales VO 40 LOUISVILLE L PRESBYTERY ThistInMeeting The Spring meeting of the Louisville U4t Presbytery of the Northern Presbyter y Ian churches is in session in this city +i The meeting began last night and will V continue until Thursday night Each church in the district is representedI and the most prominent representatives of the Presbytery are in attendance I among them some of the ablest minis- tersj in the State t1 t The meeting was opened last night Tp I with a sermon by the Moderator Rev J Edward L Warren D D The or ganization of the meeting then follow f Jt id The evenings program was fin ished with a report from the committee on arrangements Throughout the two days remaining the programwhich appears elsewhere in this issue promis es a most interesting session and no t part of it should be missed by those who are able to attend One of the most interesting features j of the session will be the illustrated lec ture this evening at the Presbyterian church by Dr Peyton H Hoge pastor fa of the Warren Memorial church Lou isville on mission work in China 1 11The Presbyterian denomination of s this city has found little difficulty in 1 providing accommodations for the visiting delegates as members of other churches have been very kind in extend ing assistance to them in this matter r PophamOBryan Dr A E Popham of Uniontown and Miss Mary OBryan of Mooley I ville were married on Monday of lastt week at St Theresa Catholic church Flint Island Meade county the Rev Father Roaux officiating tThl groom is a son of Mr M F Tppham of this city and is well known ere 1 Suits as low as 300 Hawesville Merchants Organize The merchants of Hawesville have organized a Commercial Local of the American Society of Equity Following is a list of members W S Thomas Lester Wilson T H Davies Geo C Wilson W H Williams WT Hardin J B Fritz R Helbach S Rosenblatt W C Kelly G O Patterson Mrs Frank Carter Mrs M A Whltworth Geo Wilsonand F Herzog An effort will soon be made to organize the merchants of this town I Change in Firm Mrs R T Polk has purchased Miss Lydia Franks interest in the millinery store of Polk Frank in this city and the firm name will now be Mrs R T Polk Miss Frank will return to he home in Indiana to recuperate fro the ill effects of the close confinemen- in the store SMITHFISHER Young Bank Cashier at Glendeane Weds Daughter of Prominent Family The marriage of Mr Arthur E Smith cashier of the bank of Glendeane and Miss Lizzie Fisher daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Fisher of Glendeane was solemnized in Louisville on last Thursday April 11 Rev Rogers pastor of the Baptist church at Glendeane performed the ceremony The young couple are members prominent families and stannd high iin social circles Mr Smith is one of the leading young business men of the county and the responsible posit ion he now holds is a evidence of the confidence the publ has in hisb usiness ability He is t son of Mr John Smith president of t bank at Fordsville Miss Fisher isi a cultured and refine young lady pretty and very popul wherever she is know She is a neice of Mr A R Fisher and Mrs J T Lewis of this place 3 for About given any the selection of a hat Sfou think it It is well tv if we the is the article need we in a varied help finding the Lhafc is here time t it Low on t t Program of Presbytery Meeting EVENING 745 the Moderator Rev Edward L Warren D p Organization Report of Committee on Arrangements WEDNESDAY MORNING 900 Miscellaneous Business Roll Call of Churches see Standing Rule XIII Systematic H E Dosker E D Mission Rev E L Warren D D 1030 Conference HourRev Donald McDonald D D i Home Missions 1130 Sacrament of the Lords Supper 1200 RecessJWEDNESDAY AFTERNOONj 200 Miscellaneous rReporton Bills and Overtures 1Examinations for Licensure I tCollege BoardRev C K Crawford D D Election of Commissioners to the General AssemblyPl EducationRev W R Brown D D ObservanceRev E W Elliott 500 Recess WEDNESDAY EVENING A 745 Popular Meeting Foreign Missions Rev P H Hoge D D Centennial of Missions in China Stereoptican Lecture Rev P H Hoge D D Elder W I McNair jf A Adjournment THURSDAY MORNING 900 Miscellaneous Business Narrative Rev C B Young Peoples Rev L H Hudson Ministerial ReliefRev W R Brown D D FreedmenRev H E Dosker D D Evangelistic WorkRev W Francis D D- If Presbyterian Brotherhood Rev W Francis D D 1100 Devotional Exorcises 1200 Recess THURSDAY AFTERNOON 200 Miscellaneous Business HudsonisElliottheJ M Fisher heAmerican Bible Society Rev J M Fisher ResolutionsdApproval of Minutes LrAdjournment F J CHEEK S C C J Y = of the to tell you the shoes we they to man I in the as the Y Attend Mr Bushs Funeral The services of Mr Harvey Bush who died on Tuesday of last weekwere held at Hnwosville Thurs day conducted by the Knights of Pythias of that assisted by the members of the same of this citywho wore Chas S P Conrad Marion Weatherholt W C Nolte J M Gregory R T Polk and the Rev JT Lewis MATTINGLYAGNEW Currie at Wedding of Cloverport Young Couple Sunday Morning Mr Emmett and Miss Grace Agnew were married at the the Mr Agnew on morning at 9 Rev B M the ceremony- II The young couple left for Louisville and points in Indiana and will to Cloverport today to take up their per residence Both are popular people of the city Mr Matting Ily is connected with the local ex change of the Cumberland Telephone Co He is the son of Mr tingly of this city Three Nice Mr Theodore Popham of the livery firm oi Popham Perkins of this city was in Louisville the of and purchased good The animals are far the and Mr a fo He has since sold one to his M F for figures close to the 200 mark Recovering From Painful Injury Will Pate who recently suffered a severe scald on his foot at the port iis rapidly andl able to be at workjjI f WERE THERE WITH the GOODSiSpring and Summer Wear For Men and Boys We have been for weeks doubtless know If you dont its your own fault and tim e you were finding out Weve been dressing up the boys and men in their spring togs since the sea son opened and there are a of them advertising our store Its time you were the crowd r stock is extensive and covers needs in every walk of lifethe field the office the store the shop parlor and the street find wearers of goods our store Weve been in Cloverport a year this month Not such a long time but long enough the people to learn that our goods have the quality and that we sell on a small margin of profit In of our first anniversary were offering some powerfully big inducements to the trade for a few days Some of the are named in advertisement and we want you to take notice of them If You Are Needing a Suit Now Dont Put Off Getting probably know all about our FITRITE Suits If you do you will have no other make If you dont why not come in and learn something about clothes that will be to your FIT1UTE IS FASHIONS MODEL They attract the eye with prettiness they fit well and make you look graceful They are leaders for style and are the favorite with the dressers Once worn always worn 50 Shoes 250 trI Your Spring Hats tHave you thought to should about time employed But you havent thought about it have and result two have very you because have laid such largo and line that you cant you want Spring and Summer Underwear ready for you and its you getting ready for prices Underwear pO oShapinsky Bros f t TUESDAY SermonBy BeneficenceRev Home Business Sabbath Allen Societies Irwin Irwin TemperanceRev many joining celebration Just One 300 Hats for 200 THERES NO NECESSITY taking time and space brands ofI carrythe Hamilton Brown Friedman Bros and Thos Briggs Cobecause are known every woman and child county r tWj standard by shoe judges The Big Store Best Work Shirts 45c SOLID COMFORT ofrrecognized CF1AN Knights funeral place order May Sexton Emeil Rev Officiates Mattingly homeof brides father Gardner Sunday oclock Currie return manent young QIf3Mat Animals latter part last week three horses above average Popham paid fancy price them father Popham Clover Foundry improving In You this its ever lot Ou the the from for prices this You advantage their hest were about saying Nelsons Heaviest gray sox 3 for 25c THE k OF MARKi JACK FROG AND INSECTS Vie In Doing Damage To Young Tobacco Plants in the Coun ty Farmers Say Bugs and frost have played havoc with the tobacco plants throughout the county and in many instances farmer arc plowing up the beds and replanting Some farmers claim that the biggest damage has resulted from small insects killing the tender plants The cold dry weather is responsible for the in jury from the insects the planters say Other farmers are of the opinion that the killing frosts have done the most damage to the plants While the opinion is general among the tobacco growers that the recent freak of weather has worked hardships and loss upon them they vary in estK mating the extent of the injury Some of them say the loss is only trivial and will let their plant beds stand for what they are wort- hREVIVAL MEETINGS COME TO CLOSE Two Weeks Meeting at Metho dist Church Fruitful of MUCK Good Sunday night marked the close of a revivalrmeeting at the Methodist church Rev F M Thomas of Owonsboro delivered some excellent sermons He is an earn est as well as able divine and the good resulting from his work in the town and community will continue to mani fest itself in a long time to come The visible results of the meeting were eighteen additions to the church sixteen by conversion and two by letter i Boys Suits from 100 to 325 Gents Furnishings This lino is on display Fellows are coming to us all the time to supply themselves with Shirts Neckties Collars Etc They made a rush on this department but we an ticipated this and kept the stock full You should see our shirts Without a doubt they are the prettiest to be seen this season OUI neckties are taking the day too In our Notions Department there are numerous thingstoo many to mention but we have anything in that line that you wantJ Cloverport Kentucky I a Y W 7 p li rr i JEWELRY I i 1 The finest and best Ir of all kinds WatchesClocks Silverware HollowareFlatware I j j Musical instruments iwl1 foama I and findings TIC11 Lewis Son Hardinsburg K- ySATISFACTION 1 I I INLUMBER 1 I t Springs Opening Up That Calls For Lumber TELLUS WHAT YOU WANT TO BUILD Well figure out the lum btu you need No worryingjj about that- SatisfactionI in lumber is a I big thing But you can get it heIT L Let us have your lumbercc order toclIlVre have what you want Seaton i Weatherholt J J Clowport K- yConstipation t r Baked sweet applet with some people brinrJJ ompt relief for Constipationl With othenjj urse allwheat brand will have the soma effect ture undoubtedly Iras a vegetable remedy to Have every ailment known to man if pliystdatu- R but find Natures way to health And this U- rlkiogly true with regard to Constipation The bark of a certain tree in California CM eara SagnuJa often a most excellent aid to thus f sad But combined with Kgypltan Senna Slip V1 Kim Bark Solid Extract of runes etc this same Cbsrura bArk Ile given IU greatest potflblo power to correct constipation A toothsome lof Candy Tablet called taxeK Is now made at thoI Dr Shoop Laboratories front this ingpnuou andII HMMt effective prewrlptlim Its etfcct on Comtlt I UJon BlUouMieH Sour Stomach lied Breath Sallow Complexion etc If Indeed prompt and satisfying No Krlplng no unpleasant after effects are ex perienced and Luxell ore put up in beautiful I lithographed metal boxes at 5 cents and 38 oeatsr per box I For something new nicw economical andI tfiecttvs try a box of LaxetsSEVERS t LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET 00IN- COHPOIUTKDI t Past Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evaui ville Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave roulsville Monday Weduti day Friday and Saturday 4 p mII Leave Bviiusville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight gates and passenef tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship I ments delivered quicker than bII rail tq I dDO PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville J176 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75- Splendidaccommodatlons for stock Generai0ffice 154150r58 4th at Louisville ICy CrV WILLIAMS GrFr and P A GEOH WILSON Stint Subscribe for Tile News L +a J to rJ NEWS OF KENTUCKY Ttrsley Told Information Concernin Matters of Current Interest to Kentuckians THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Mere Are Found Accurately Dttalta the Happenings of the Largest Im port Which An Attracting Attar lion Throughout Kentucky Lexington Ky April 12Sult hat been filed at Jackson Breathitt count ty by the heirs of Dr D B Cox de mandlng 90000 damages from Judge James Hargis Ed Callahan Asbun Spicer John Smith and John Abnei for alleged responsibility for the assassination of Dr Cox The Dill Brit ton feud murder trial was opened here yesterday Murder Trial Continued Lexington Ky April 11ispecial from Beattyrllle says that the cues against B T Trench Job Smith anti John Abner charged wit the assassination of James B Marcum were continued until a special tern in August on motion of the defense Both sides wanted the poetponemea because of the trial of Bill Brlttoi here on charge of assassination ef James Cockerlll the witnesses befiti practically the same In both cases The Margie Case Lexington Ky April 1It le am nounced that Commonwealths Attor ney James P Adams and Prosecutoi B R Jouett will go before the Ken tucky court of appeals at once and ask that the case against Judge James Hargls whose trial on a charge of murdering Dr B D Cox has been set for Sandy Hook Elliott county be remanded to Breathitt county for trial BITTER RATE WAR To Best Its Rival This Road Hauls Grain Free Omaha Neb April 11As an offset to the raise In grain rates by the Union Pacific between Omaha and Council Bluffs the Chicago Great Western railroad has begun hauling grain free from Council Bluffs into Omaha when destined to elevators on the tracks of the Chicago Great West ern and charging only 2 per car when destined to elevators on other tracks The Union Pacific charges 5 per car for the same service and tho interstate commerce commission last week declared the Union Pacific had the right to raise the rate for that service to Its present charges Noted Brood Mare Dead Lexington Ky April 12 Paranella one of the most noted brood mares in Kentucky died today at Colonel R CI Estllls Elmhurst farm while foaling a colt by Director General Paranel la was fifteen years old and was tho dam of Hella J three year old Futuri ty winner Kentucky Todd the two yearold 1900 Futurity winner Coun try Jay Judge Parker Ormonde and other celebrities of the turf Three Miners Killed Beattyvllle Ky April 12E B Montgomery his tonyearold son and Roily Hall all mine workers were faulty Injured by an explosion of pow der at Richardsons coal mine The older Montgomery was carrying a keg blasting powder when a spark from his miners lamp fell In it and the ex plo lon followed The men were badly mangled Henry Clays Grandson Dead Lexington Ky April 10 Thomas H Clay a grandson of Henry Clay u wellknown Kentuckian is dead at his home hero Mr Clay was C5 years old and for many years was one of the editors of the Youths Com anion in Boston He had devoted much of his time In late years to writing and had nearly completed a biography of his grandfather Wanted to See His Mother Columbus 0 April 9The desire to see his mother was responsible for the capture of Edward Lovlnor who deserted nine years ago from the sev enteenth United States Infantry when that regiment was stationed at San Fernando Philippines Lovoner Was taken Into custody a few minutes after he left the home of his mother in this city early today Charged With Conspiracy Now York April 8 Michael Tand llech a resturaunt proprietor and Stanley Bagg a private detective wore arraigned on 5000 ban each for further examination charged with conspiracy in connection with peonage cases and attempting to bribe government officers Only One Dissenting Vote Lexington Ky April GWith only ono dissenting vote that of Scott county It was decided at the meeting of the Union Confederate society of Kentucky here to retain an organiza tion Instead of disbanding as has been suggested Goethals Put In Charge Panama April SBetore leaving the Isthmus Secretary Taft Issued an order that until otherwise directed the authority of governor of the canal lOne shall be vested In LieutCol Goethals chairman of the commission Kni i fiiy wants the national Ito p L1 van Convention in 1008 1 M rl L Jl1i 14 n uIW tJ tIIMI ytI wu MUU I Staples in Dry Goods We have a full supply of these articles on hand and the scarcity of goods and consequent raise in prices have not yet affected materially our line We stocked up heavily on dry goods in the Fall and since then the iimarkets have advanced on staple products alarmingly but we are de termined to give our customers the advantage of our early buying Hope Cotton we are still selling at per yard 1 Oc Hoosier per yard 61 2c or by the bolt 6c CALICOSAmerican and Simpsons none better per yard 6c 10 quarter Sheetings unbleached per yard 27c 10quarter Sheetings bleached 30e 9quarter Sheetings bleached per yard 27c 9quarter Sheetings unbleached per yard i 26e t I Square 300 Feet I Itwo coats to the gallon thats what t THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT will cover And on a good surface it will cover more that No paint will do better and very few ell will do as well Maximum covering capacity IIthan spreading qualities longest wear and greatest 1 are what we claim for S W P Its the one i safe paint to use Always gives satisfaction If you want to save money in painting let us show I you the way We sell paints for all kinds of good pamtmgI SOLD BY F cC yr NAr FOR A DEEP WATERWAY Governor Deenen Recommends Legis lation on Message Springfield 111 April 12 Governor Deonen sent to the senate and the house the report of the Internal Im provement commission appointed by him two years ago to Investigate and report upon the possibilities of a deep waterway between the lakes and time gulf According to the report a channel containing eighteen feet of water is entirely feasible from Chicago to St Louis- Governor Deneen recommends thatII legislation bo enacted conferring the canal commissioners the power necessary for the development and use of the Immense water power made possible by the large now of water proposed between Lockport and Utica and also legislation to provide for the enlargement of the corporate powers of time sanitary district of Chicago and to authorize the sanitary commissioners to acquire tho rights of the canal commissioners in the waterway and other property of the Illinois and Michigan canal The Governor also roccommends in aid of the waterway that the state so leglsjftie MRS SARAH J WIHDROH Mrs Sarah J Windrom of Chicago cousin of Zachary Taylor twelfth president of tho United States and grandnleco of Alexander Hamilton who signed tho Declaration of Independence says VInol Is a Godsend to old people I am 76 years old but have a hearty appetite sleep soundly and feel ac tive and well today thanks to VInol When I was young cod liver oil was unpalatabloformit down VInol Is entirely different very palatablo and nourishing to Im poverished blood It is the finest tonic and strength creator I ever used in my life preparation boon eliminated and tonic Iron added Try VInol on our guarantee Severs Drug Co It that part of the revenue dbfainsd from the sale of water power shall be made to contribute to Its construction For Catarrh let me send you free just to prove merit a Trial size Box of Dr Sboops Catarrh Remedy It is a snow white creamy healing antisep tic balm that gives instant relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat Make the free test and see Address Dr Shocp Racine Wis Large jars CO cents Sold by Severs Drug Co BOXING IN ILLINOIS Bill to Be Presented Before the Legis lature Chicago April 12The announcement that a bill will be presented be fore the favorable to box Ins caused a stir among the followers of the game They did not take kindly to the no decision idea but thought half a loaf better than nothingShould tho bill pass It will place the game on the same lines as at Philadelphia where it has been run with success for a number of years It will take away the obnoxious bet ting angle and will make it much easier for ring officials Knockouts of course will decide themselves EXCITEMENT AT JERUSALEM The Sultan Deposes Chief Rabbi of Ancient City London April 12The Jewish World says that Jacob Meier tho chief rabbi at Jerusalem has been deposed and that Elyahu Panisel has been ap pointed to succeed him by the sultan The reason for the deposition of Meier k that he was supported by the re formers at Jerusalem and consequently his election offended the extreme or thodox sections The new chief rabbi was escorted into Jerusalem by sol diers and police The occurrence has caused great excitement in Jerusalem and throughout Palestine Doing Business Again = When my friends thought I was about to take leave of this world on account of indigestion nervousness and general debility writes A A Chis holm Treadwell N YCland when it looked as If there waR no hope left I was persuaded to try Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say that they are curing me I am now doing business again as of old and am still gaining daily Best of all tonic medicines Guarau eed by Seves Drug Co We rPUT 911 SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINTS PAINTING I We sell it Shirtings Jamaica plaids yard 6c Alabama plaids yard 9c New York Cottonade yard12 t 2cIMens Furnishings CljuettPeabody Shirts 100 Neckties Collars extra values two for2Sc lines extra values any thing you want will take pleasure inI1I showing you quoting you prices Truly t B BEARD CO Hardinsburg Ky ujrwvurAfW w1 legislature Long Trip for Roosevelt Chrlstlanla April local news paper announces that Roose volt who was awarded tho Nobel peace prize last year will have to a here in March 1909 In order to comply with the rules affecting the of the Nobel Met In Special Jefferson City Mo April special of tho legislature call ed by Governor Folk convened at noon and It is expected will continue about thirty days Governor Folk de a dealing with dramshops and racetrack CASTORIAForI Kind Have Always Bought Bears the Slgnaturoof President In No Washington April 12 Del egate Flynn of Oklahoma had a talk with the president about political and The president in Mr Flynn that he will make no statehood appointments in Okla homa until after the constitution has been anprovrd and the state is organ ized Sloans Liniment For dough Cold Croup NeckJJINeuralgiaAt Price 25c 5Oo 6 100 Sent Free Sloans on Houses Cattle Hogs 6 Poultry Address Dr Earl S Sloan 615 Albany Sh BostonMass m r S on your house you paint and you will get satisfaction THE roil BUILDING OUTSIDE AND INSIDE is pure lead zinc and oil paint It covers most sur face looks and lasts longer in good condition than any other painting materials Its far than lead and oil Big line of good shades per per per 35c 15c All full many and Yours very 10A President deliver lecture holders prizes Session 9The session today livered special message matters The You Hurry Former statehood affairs formed l I Book I 4 I c f i when a better better better I 25c SOc i 0 Warning to Druggists Bowling Green Ky April13Ed Broomfield inspector for the state board of pharmacy came to Bowling Green and caught all but two of the pharmacists napping He went in to each drug store and asked to buy a dimes worth of morphine One druggist refused to let him have it be cause he had no prescription Another said that he would have to be identified All the others sold him the poison V without auestion The law requires that a record mustII be kept of the names of persons who buy poisons and that certain labels must be on bottles The druggists are subject to fine for selling poison to a man without identification but may be dismissed with a reprimand from the state board Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLIOATIONS as they can not roach the seat of the disease Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease and in or der to cure it you must take internal remedies nails Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter nally and acts directly on the blood and m cous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one ot tho best physicians In this country for yearL and is a regular prescription It is compose of the best tonics known combined with tlto best blood purifiers acting directly on thV mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two Ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Props Toledo O Sod by Druggists price 75c I Lruku lIaUR Family Pills for constipationI I 4- y kk- iiiliii c i y r + w Y T Kvw y r r 7 zxr + t s Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble dlS1COurag oy druggists i cent one I by a and cheerfulnessoon disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble has IprevalentIfor a child to be born afflicted with weak kid If the child urin theIor the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with oftheoftheseunpleasant thekidneyssupposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheofSwampRootIn fifty and dollar sizes You may have sample bottle mall neys tree also SrampRootIngthousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer 3 tc Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont makelany mlstakeibutj remember th name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Boot and the address IMnghamton N Y 605 Over bane L H ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 110 Dally Fast Train leaves Clovorpo 507 AlII stops at Howard on flag only rrlve at Louisville 725 A M No 1112 nallyMoll ana Kxpress leaves Olo e vcrport 939 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1215 pm Train No 114 Dally fast mall leaves Olo verport 450 p m stops at all way stations east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at t Louisville 735 pm Oloverportaccommoiatton WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Oloverport accommodation leaves Oloverport 600 a m arrives Evansville 900 am expressIeavesCloverport10413 Hawesvllle Lewlsport Macoo Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 720 pm Train No 113 Mall and Express dally ar rives Oloverport 740p m vansvllle 10SO pm Stops at all stations NollSdally St Louis fast tralnleavesClo verport 1100 PM arrives Evansvllle 135 A M St Louis 1 40 A ft stops at IIawesv1lle Owensboro and Henderson only Chatr cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 146 between Louisville atd St Louis Fordsville Branch i EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Sunday leaves 1FordsvUle4SO u nUes Irvington 840 i am 0Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 320 pm arrives Irvington 520 p toTratn6 Sunday only Llord vUle SO a m Irvington P03 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 650 am arrives Fordsville S45 pmTrain No 5 Dally leaves Irvlngton 650 arrives fordsvllle 0 5D m 1 1m YouLook YellowThe 4 prootctsbiIe your blood You cant digest your food your appetite is poor you suffer dreadfully from head ache stomachache dizziness malaria constipation etc What you need is not a dose of salts cathartic water ot pills but a liver to- nicWords BlackDraught This great medIcine acts gently on the sick liver It purifies the blood renews theappetlte feeds the nerves clears the brain and cures consti pation It is a true medicine for sick liver and kidneys and regulates all the digestive functions Try t- At all dealers in medidnes In 2Sc packages Young Guatemalans Bloody Deed 9 Mexico City April 8 ExPresident Jose Llzandro Barrillns of Guatemala was assassinated In this city last night at 8 oclock by a young Guatemalan named Cabria eighteen years old Ex President Barillas was generally con sidered as strongly opposed to the present government of Guatemala He was sixtytwo years old and was a strong possibility for the next presi dency of the country oA T QR7CA ON t Mdceg 1 YA fF A DECISIVE OPINION Illinois Attorney General Holds That There Is Plenty of Law to Reach Harriman SOME VERY PLAIN SPEAKING Harriman and His Crowd Referred to as Wreckers Who Have Garnered a Harvest of Millions at the Expense of Defenseless Alton Stockholders Washington April 10 According to a decision reached by tho inter state commerce commission E H HarrIman will be made to appear In a United States circuit court In the state of Now York In answer to proceedings to be Instituted to compel him to answer certain questions which he refused to answer when he was on the stand at the etnt hearing by the commission In New York Springfield Ill April SThat Governor Deneen is planning to second tho efforts of President Roosevelt In Investigating the manipulation of rail roads by E H HarrIman and other railroad managers is evidenced in an opinion handed to Governor Deneen by Attorney General Stead The opinion treats of the manipu lations of the Chicago Alton proper ties within the last few years by Har- riman and some of his financial asso ciates including G J Gould James Stlllman and Mortimer L Schfff It Is given in response to a request com municated from Governor Deneen March 22 last soon after the return of Governor Deneen and Attorney General Stead from a conference with President Roosevelt at Washington in which tho attorney general Is asked to advise what his conclusions are In the matter and what action if any is contemplated by the legal depart ment of the state After setting out at some length the various manipulations to which the railroad corporations and properties forming the Alton system were sub Jeoted Attorney General Stead con cludes there Is not the least doubt that a civil remedy exists against the financiers who have wrecked this prosperous railroad company and at the expense of innocent stockholders and bondholders have gathered to themselves a harvest of millions of dollarsMr Stead Is doubtful however whether It Is the province of the state of Illinois to enforce the remedy The revocation of the companys charter which apparently would be the nat ural procedure on the part of the state would bring most of the suffer ing upon innocent stockholders Har riman and his Wall street friends hav ing already unloaded a large part of their holdings Mr Stead Incdlnes to the belief that the remedy lies with the company itself or in the event of its refusal to act with some one or more of its stockholders This conclusion however Is not final for the attorney gen eral specifically states that if he should become satisfied upon further Investigation that an effective remedy can be enforced by the state ho shall not hesitate to institute proceedings No opinion Is expressed as to whether the members of the Harriman syndl cate are criminally liable under the statutes of Illinois VOLUMINOUS DENIAL Standard 011 Answers the Complaint In Governments Ouster Suit St Louis April toThe answer of the Standard Oil Company 6e New Jer soy John D Rockefeller Henry H Rogers and other individual defend ants and about forty of the defendant corporations to the governments ous ter suit was filed late yesterday after noon la the United States circuit court for the eastern division of the eastern district of Missouri The answer was filed by Counsel Judge Priest of St Louis and com prises a general denial of all the charges in the bill filed by the gov ornmemt and denying each paragraph In the bill In Its order With the de nial was filed a bill of exceptions to all other paragraphs of the govern ments bill comprising thirtyseven exceptions on the ground of irrele vancyThe denial and bill of exceptions were filed with the clerk of the court which Is not in session The time for tho hearing has not been set but the next term of the court will be held InI St Paul in May and it Is considered possible the hearing may come before the court In St Paul Thaw Case Nearing Its CloseII New York April 12 Although the twelve men weighted with the evi dence In the Thaw case have thus far failed to reach a common opinion and to all appearances are hopelessly at 4 sea Justice Fitzgerald has not given up hope of having a verdict rendered As yet DemIng B Smith foreman of the Jury has not complained to the court that the jurors aro unable to reach a decision and until he does so I It Is not likely that Justice Fitzgerald will discharge them I Cuban Independence Day 1 Havana April 10It appears today that July 4 1908 will be the day when the control of Cuban affairs Is given I back to the Cuban people This announcement Is the outcome of confer ences Secretary Taft has held with j representatives of all factions since his arrival hero y r I d- r BRIEF DISPATCHES SATURDAY More than 5000 painters are on strike in Greater New York The Hag rush Is to bo abolished at the University of Cincinnati Fifteen hundred workers employed by twentyfour breweries In Plttsburg are on strike Secretary Hesters statement of the worlds visible supply of cotton shows a total of 5315216 Business failures in the United States for the week number 137 against 166 last week and 151 in the llko week of 1906 The largest battleship In tho world to have a displacement of 21000 tons is to be built In England for the Japanese government Andrew Carnegie has given 6000 000 for endowment to the Carnegie institute in addition to the 4000000 given some time ago- MONDAY J Plcrpont Morgan has arrived at Rome for a short visit Advices from Venezuela say that President Castro has suffered a re lapseThe national arbitration and peace congress will open In New York next SundayTheodore D Buhl one of Detroits leading financiers dropped dead on the street near the Waldorf hotel In New York Sonny Jones a jealous negro at Houston Tex shot and mortally wounded his wife then killed her mother and a man who had started after a doctor Jones was captured The dedication ceremonies of the Carnegie Institute In Plttsburg this week will occupy three days and will be participated in by representativeI It statesmen educators and scientists oft America and many foreign countries TUESDAY ExMayor Weir of Lincoln Nob died of heart failure In the automobile of a friend The special series of stamps to com memorate the founding of Jamestown will be Issued beginning April 15 The interstate commerce commis lion has held that express companies cannot give franks to railroad officials There was no fighting at the capture of Puerto Cortez Honduran troops having abandoned the town before the Nicaraguans arrived That the Isle of Pines is not Amer- Ican territory has been officially and Judicially declared by the supreme court of the United States Dr Samuel S Guy for four years coroner of Queens borough shot and killed his wife In his home at New York The doctor Is in Jail The agreement between thirtyone railroads west of Chicago and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Englnemtm has been signed WEDNESDAY Commander Peary purposes to another attempt this summer to roac the North Pole reJlresenta1tlves third term A sneakthief stole 1700 from the paying tellers cage of the State Na tional bank at St Louis and escaped undetectedThe legislature has passed a law absolutely prohibiting the opera tlon of bucket shops cotton exchanges or any dealings In futures in Texas The Jury in the Margaret Leslie murder case at Chicago returned a verdict of guilty Howard Nicholas was given life imprisonment and Leonard Leopold was sentenced to fourteen years in prison- THURSDAY Harry Glovannoll of Kentucky has been appointed chief clerk of the In ternal revenue bureau- A number of prominent plow man ufacturers of the West have organ ized the National Plow association L F Loree has been elected presi dent of the Delaware Hudson com pany in place of David Wlllcox re signedThe president has appointed Ralph W Tyler a negro of Columbus Ohio to be auditor of the treasury for the navy department Governor Campbell vetoed upon constitutional grounds the Santa Fe railroad consolidation bill which recently passed the Texas legislature The death of hundreds of cattle throughout Cuba as a result of the continued drouth is reported Cuba has not had a good rain since October FRIDAY The Michigan legislature has passed a twocent railroad fare bill Kansas City wants the national Republican convention in 1908 The death is announced of Prince Qolytsin a former viceroy of the Can casusThe president of Salvador Is sending 20000 men against Nicaragua to renew the combat In the country at large the government meat Inspection force now numbers more than 2000 Two hundred persons were drowned In floods which swept through tho val toy of the Vardar river In Turkpy A rigid inquiry into tho operation of all the Immigration stations of tho country has been instituted by Secretary Straus The report of the bureau of animal Industry for the fiscal year 1905 shows that 40221013 animals were Inspected at slaughter In that year J M Oeo Du Relle Jr News has been received here of the arrival of a son at the home of Mr and Mrs George Du Relle Fairleigh of Philadelphia The baby has been named for his father TAR FORK T H Chancellor was in Cloverport MondayMrs WJRice and son Ernest were in Cloverport one day last week Eli Fisher wife and baby spent Sat urday and Sunday with his parents at Rock Vale Mrs J B Jackson spent part of last week with her son Marion and other relatives near Jolly- P H Keenan has been quite indis posed for some time but not confined to his bed TG Ryan has been bedfast more thantwo weeks with neuralgia Dr Howard is his attending physician Mr Ryan is 77 years old and has always enjoyedjthe best of health Mr and Mrs Lawrence Keenan and children visited L C Taul and wife at McQuady Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Burlson Barbee made their first visit Saturday and Sunday to their daughter Mrs Jas Marlow Rev C L Goff preached at Keenan Chapel two weeks ago on Sunday and took up a collection for Mr and Mrs Chas Barbee who unfortunatly lost their house and contents by fire BACKACHE AND- DESPONDENCY Are both symptoms of organic de rangement and natures warning to women of a trouble which will soon er or later declare itself sayItbreak Yet they continue to drag along and suffer with aches in the small of the back pain low down in the side dragging sensations nerv ousness and no ambition I bacleIand quickly Indicates by achingMISS LENA NAtrtU I IIsm condition of the feminine organs or kidneys and that aches and pains will continue until the cause is removed I Lydia Ee Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs has been for many years the most successful remedy in such cases No other medicine has such a record of cures of feminine ills Miss Lena Nagel of 117 Morgan St Buffalo N Y writes I was completely worn out and on the verge of nervous prostration My back ached all the time I had dreadful periods of pain was subject to fits of crying and extreme nervousness and was always weak and tired Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound completely cured me1 Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound cures Female Complaints such as Backache Falling and Displacements and all Organic Diseases Dissolves and expels Tumors at an early stage It strengthens and tones the Stomach Cures Headache and Indigestion and invigorates systemMrs Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female weakness are Invited to write Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass Her advice is free Miss Beulah Rice was home from school on a short visit last week Miss Rosie Ryan is attending school at Hardinsburg Horses seem to be in demand here this spring The following have pur chased Gabe Shrewsberry Wash Robbins Son Lum Board Joe Board and Henrv Paul The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs MaryIlastTuesday 1 ms ftBl ms1 a Ei1 I 1 To Get the best type of I I Saddle and General I 1 I I Purpose Horses I I Breed to a Thoroughbred Stallion I 1 I Enduranceh I 11 Quality and Intelligence I I I I THOROUGHBRED STALLIONS ARE BEING PLACED OVER THE STATE M Ml BY THE KENTUCKY BREEDING BUREAU AT A COST OF THOUSANDS OF ffi DOLLARS TO IMPROVE THE GENERAL CLASS OF HORSE STOCK THE PEO 1 I PLE OF THIS SECTION HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO BREED TO A SPLENDID j RIGHT HERE AT HOME HE IS iffi lONE I BRANTOME I II AN ELEVEN YEAROLD BROWN HORSE BRED IN ENGLAND AND IMPORTIj ED TO THIS COUNTRY BY EDWARD CORRIGAN BRANTOME IS BY ST j I IFROMI HAMPTON BLOOD HAS PROVED MOST EFFECTIVE AND HAS GIVEN THE it TURF MANY FAMOUS HORSES ra BRANTOME HAS ALREADY ACHIEVED SUCCESS AS A SIRE OF THOR Ij OUGHBREDS AND WILL NO DOUBT TAKE EVEN HIGHER RANK THIS I YEAR WHEN A NUMBER OF TWOYEAROLDS WILL BE RUNNING FOR 81 fa HIM ALL OF HIS GET ARE MARKED BY THE FINE SIZE SUBSTANCE AND R BONE WHICH ARE SUCH DESIRABLE TRAITS IN GENERAL PURPOSE gm IWHOWJ HE IS THE PROPERTY OF THE KENTUCKY BREEDING BUREAU AND I WAS DONATED BY THEM TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS SECTION HE WILL ft mTHEI OFII 10 to Insure I ICOME TO SEE HIM AND YOU WILL BETTER REALIZE HIS EXCEL- LENCEMoorniari 1 I D C III I Glendeane Ky 1 mmJ4 + 3 A rxv R e 1- e r a a r 1 iz R tJet f4a5+ N Kri II I Lt P t j jiFiF BRECKENRIDGE Issued JNO Publishing D Every BADBAQE Wednesday Cow SONS NEWS I ir Subscription Price 1OOa year or r 186 If paid at the end of year = iL HANKSoverflveltnescharge d Or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the iAte of 5 ants per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If It Dot correct nleaso notify us = When ordering a change In the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new address = EIGHT PAGES = WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 1907 Our Washington correspondent writes William Jennings Bryan is the choic of the South for the next President It t says Congressman Ollie James of Ken- tuckyI who has been in the city for a couple of days this week The peopl of the South Democrats and Republi cans alike want President Roosevel for a third term is the word received here from Newell Sanders Chairman the Tennessee Republican State Ex ecutive committee who telegraphed ia local newspaper declaring that the ap peal made by John Temple Graves tio Bryan that he withdraw in favor of the President was proof of his statement From the viewpoint of the national capital there are only two candidates iiit1 the field Roosevelt and Bryan IIf Southern Republicans and Democrat could oontrol the conventions of the two parties in 1908 it is probable that these men would again struggle for the rig to rule the nation The first step to take toward goo d citizenship by any man is to be a good man in his own home If he is a goo husband a good father a good son if he works hard for those who are dependen upon him and if he is tender and con siderate of them then he has taken the first step toward good citizenship am if he has not taken this step I dont care how lofty his professions are outside his e a poor citizen The man who does not take care of his family who is shiftless who does not work who is unkind i cruel thoughtless toward his wife or his children who is a bad son a bad husband a bad father is not a good cit izen and cannot possibly bePresid- ent i Roosevelts memorial address t- Rough Riders The resignation of John W Yerke from the office of Commissioner of Inter nal Revenue at Washington City come as a surprise to his Kentucky friends His determination to engage in the practice of law at the Capital and tc take up his residence in that city willI a be regretted by his Republican friends Mr Yerkes has long been recognized as one of Kentuckys leading lawyers andI ablest and cleanest puliticians The fact that the salary attached to the office was inadequate to cover the cost of liv lug coupled with poor health resultirgr from hard work and close confinement caused his decision it is announced In the advertising columns of TheI News appears an announcement of theI closing out sale of the firstclass stock of merchandise of H Meyer at Bigr Spring Ky The stock consists of the highest grade of merchandise and this fact together with the ideal location makes it a great opening for any young man of business inclinations This store ia in the edge of Breckenridge county and borders on the lines of Meade and Hardin counties theThe photograph of winner in thet CourierJournal beauty contest evident ly hasnt been published in the illus trated supplement of that paper yet says an exchange Right you are and it wont be publisheduntil some of the Cloverport eligibles consent to the use of their photographs Some one has put you wise brother Commander Robort E Peary is deter mined to make another effort to reach the north pole If he had faced the breeze along the banks of the Ohio river the few mornings past he would have come to the conclusion that he had dis covered it in Cloverport William Randolph says that the motto of the Democratic party is Anything to get in and that of the Republican party is Anything to stay in It might be added that the motto of both parties is Anything to keep Hears out The Thaw trial just ended last week it is estimated cost about 300000 Thaws part was about 200000 Delmas fee is figured at 50000 and his other lawyers at 150000 The cost to the county is put down at 26000 Son Remember was Rev Thomas text in his last sermonThese words will live and burn in tho hearts of all who heard them Nearly every day this month has been an April fools day as regards the t weather l k- Fi4Q1 OUR QUESTS TODAY Cloverport is entertaining some dis- tInguished visitors this week The Louisville Presbytery of the Northern Presbyterian Church is holding its Spring session in our city and some of the leading ministers of the State are in attendance upon the meeting Aside from the pleasure and profit deriv from a commingling with the eminent ministers and worthy laymen and the- s interesting and important subjects so ably treated in the course of the meeting the city is proud to be hostess to such a gathering and her citizens trust that the brief stay of the visitors among us will be as enjoyable to them as it will prove pleasant and profitable to u- sTOBINSPORT Frank Sanders returned home Satur day from Hardin Grove where he hr been teaching school Will Dhouau of Rome visited Miss Ella Esarey Sunday Miss Nina Weatherholt was in Can nelton Tuesday ofAlex Clark visited in StephemporlL SundayMrs Tobin Groves wife and sister of Skillman Ky visited at Q K Grovesi1 Sunday Vitas Verna Ryan visited Frank San ders at Hardin Grove a few days last week Mr and Mrs Hugh Weatherholt w the guest of William Tinsley at Can nelton Saturday and Sunday Wm Kinder moved into the proper weektMr and Mrs Mort Groves of Chris ney visited her parents here last week Mills Mary Parrish daughter of Dan Parrish was married Wednesday even ding at her home to a Mr Parrish Tennessee They left Thursday morn ing for Tennessee where they will re sided When you need a pill take a pill and be sure its an Early Riser Little Early Risers are safe sure sell s factory pills The pills with a repu cotton They do not gripe or ecke They are sold here Iby all druggists MATTINGLY Miss Settle Pate is on the sick list Will Mason of Pisgah has rheum tismWalter Newman of Evansville came up leaf week to visit friends and relatives Mr and Mrs Owen Elmore of Tar Fork visited her parents Mr and Mrs B H Wilson last Sunday W N Pate passed through our towni last Saturday with a nice drove of sheep From all indications the fruit crop i this vicinity will be almost a failure Mr and Mrs Wm Lynch of Clover port came out last Saturday and were the guests of Mr and Mrs B F Fran Mrs O W Sanders and children who have ben visiting her parents Mr and Mrs T N Brickey have returned t their home in Evansville Mr and Mrs Ben McQnady of Ev ansville are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs R C Mattingly Mr and Mrs Chas Pate of Pisgah visited his parents Mr and Mrs Vane SundayrMiss Lettle Baker of Kirk has se cured the Pisgah school this being 11 second term at that place The farmers are complaining of scarcity of tobacco plants in this vi cinityScott Patterson is selling out preparatory to moving to Evansville Mrs Mayme Pate nee Seaton will teach at Tauls schoolhouse this fall Good for thing is used for and especially recommended for Piles tt That is what we say about De Witts Carbolized Witch Hazel SalveS That is what twenty years of proven Get the original Sold by all druggists CHENAULT Dr D S Sphire and Scott Cunning ham were in Stephensport Monday on businessLawrence Owens and little nephew of Wolf Creek spent Friday at L H BosleyMiss Nell Gilliland spent last week with Miss Margaret Stallmann Rev Roberts of Stephensport held service at Gethsenmena Sunday Misses Bessie Cunningham and Katherine Roberts spend a few days last week in Stophensport the guest of Miss Frances Smith Miss Noll Gilliland spent Sunday and Monday at Derby the guest of Miss Edith Cummings Mrs L H Bosley and Mrs G Gilli land dined with Mrs J B Frymire ThursdayMrs Mitchell and Mary Mc Guinty of Derby spent Sunday afterI noon at the home of Scott Cunningha m r j WHAT WOMEN ARE DOING New Hampshire has a woman tax col lector in the person of Miss Martha E Johnson of Laconia Her first annuals report just submitted is said to be so satisfactory that she will surely be reo appointed 000 edNeste paper baskets each bearing a placard Help Keep the City Clean have been placed on the streets in Hornell N Y by the City Improve men Committee of the Equal Suffrage League 000The city officers elected at Steamboat Springs Colo April 2 were nominated by the Womans Club of that city and both Republicans and Democrats en dorsed the tickat 000- Dr Mary Merritt Crawford has been appointed house physician of the Wil liamsburg hospital Brooklyn She won the appointment by standing highest in Idthe competitive examination thirty Y four men being the other condidates Dr Merritt is 23 years old Her duo ties will require that she do ambulance service the first four months Even a tually she will become house surgeon Bilteu by a Spider Through blood poisoning caused by a spider bite John Washington of Bos queville Tex would have lost his leg which became a mass of running sores had he not been persuaded to try Buck x lens Arnica Salve He writesliThe first application relieved and four box ases heated all the sores tt2sc Guar anteed at Severs Drug CoII BIG SPRING- y Miss Ada Meador of Louisville is here with her mother for a short stay John D Meador went to Louisville last Monday A fine girl baby arrived at the home ofof Mr and Mrs Jno D Meador April 11 Dr Strother was at Elizabethtown Thursday attending the Muldraughs Hill Medical Society and read a paperr Mrs W H Strother is visiting her smother Mrs OConnor at Elizabeth town Tom Hardin of Butte Montana ar I 11rived Friday to visit his mother It has I been over four years since he was here He is on his way East to buy shoes having recently engaged in the retail shoe business for himself He has been connected with that business for sever al yearsMiss Edna Dowell will entertain the Ladies Aid Social Saturday night April 25 All are invited to attend Born to the wife of Lum Craycroft on the 8tha daughter Mother and child are doing well Dr Duncan the dentist is spending another week here remaining until the 20th John Morris was in Hardinsburg Fries day on business Mr Raymond has returned home Do the right thing is you have Na sal Catarrh Get Elys Cream Balm at tonce Dont touch the catarrh powders and snuffs for they contain cocaine Elys Cream Balm releases the secre- o tions that inflame the nasal passages and the throat whereas common remedies made with mercury merely drive them out and leave you no better than you were In a word Elys Cream Balm is a real cure not a delusion All druggists SOc or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Nicholson Largest Transfer Point 1 erSeven big truck loads of express platformathis morning waiting to be transferred I to an outgoing train Mr O Nichol son when asked about the express room at the depot would not begin to hold the goods and packages that were transferred here Mr Nicholson says that for the United States Expres com of pany that this is the largest transfer point west of the Missouri river even handling more transfer matter than the Kansas City office The business here is increasing rapidlyChickasha Ex press For Thin PoorBlood to You can trust a medicine a tested 60 years 1 Sixty years of experience think of thatll Experience with Ayers Sar saparilla the original Sarsa partite the Sarsaparilla the doctors endorse for thin blood weak nerves general debility nut even this grand old medicine cannot do Its best work If the liver IiI Inactive and the lumen constipated For the bet possible re cults you should tako laxative doses of AVers 1llls while taking the Sartaparilla Made byt O Ayer Oo Lowell brow Also manufacturer or HAIR VIGOR 7 AGUe CURl pi ijers CHERRY PECTORALB We hare no nort1 We publish the formulae of all our medicine m r 4li d klj r rr Help the Horse I f No article If more useful 1 about the stable than Mica Axle Crease Put a little on the spindles before you hoo- kuplt will help the horse and bring the load home quicker MICA AXLE GREASE wear wllIbetter than any other grease Coats the axle with a hard smooth surface of powdered mica which reduces friction Ask the dealer for Mica Axle Crease STMOMB ML COMPANY rpnl mii For Sale Cheap j i 44Gasolhie Engine Machine i a i yl Lathe Rip Saw Gig Saw I Wood Shaper Morticer Forge Wood Lathe set of Taps and Dies Emery f Stand Work Bench Automobile f Delivery Wagon m Call at Bashams Shop Fourth St Owensburo Ky v Jj WantSb i Advertisements Inserted under this head at one cent a word per week gootobaccod and oak timber 2V4 ml ca from Holts bottom Address Henry Dick aw South Broadway Lou Angeles California WANTEDA lady preferable of middle charge of a household an- do general housework fur a family of tour where there Is a girl In her fourteenth yen help Water In tho house and other thin convenient References requir e and I ahull willingly give reference if re quested Address At UAIUHN Lodl burg Ky- FOR SALFGold rinK with pretty setting W for 175 Exchange Department orBreckenrldgo News Cloverpt Ky- WANTEDAKuudlersey cow fresh Wm FOR SALE 106 acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn 18 acres In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 1500 cash for further particulars write the Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky FOR HALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE 518 3rd Street Louisville Ky- SALESMEN WANTEDThree salesmen county township and railroad surveys of Kentucky These surveys are a splendid compilation of facts figures and drawings and of wonderful value Counties and towns are fully Indexed and populations of each are given Railroads plainly shown and distances bet WRen all stations also given Congressional districts outlined and num bared A splendid opportunity for energetic men Rand McNally Co Chicago Ili- FI1R SALEBook of Dcstlnytortune boot at News office COMMISSIONERS SALE Breckenrideo Circuit Court Kentucky Mary B Plaintiff EnfcvAgainstl ni9IdaJ By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court rendered at the February term thereof 907 in the above cause for the sum of three hundred and six dollars 30600 with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the 18th day of March 1896 until paid and all costs herein shall proceed to offer for sale at the CourtHouse door in Hardinsburg to the high st bidder at PUBLIC AUCTION on- MOl IAY APRIL 22 1907 at one oclock p m or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit six and twelve months the following described property towit A certain lot lying in the city of Cloverport Ky and said lot being a part of lot No 8 as known upon the plat of said town of Cloverport Kentucky fronting 50 feet and running back between parallel lines 100 feet said parcel of ground being more fully de scribed 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 sameI conveyed by J C Felly to Ida Clsel Lindsay Sec Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered 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 Replevin bond Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money Bid ders will bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms- Approximated debt interest and cost 154796 LEE WALLS Commissioner L H St L Rates One way Colonist Rates to California and the Northwest and Old Mexico March 1 to April 30 Sept 1 to Oct 31 1907 Additional Time Table No 118 Express Saturday only leaves OloverPQrt 848 p m arrives Louisville S m makes all stops except Addison Sam ile Mystic Lodlburg Webster Long ranch Battles and Howard No 117 Express Sunday only leaves Olo verpoet p25 e m arrives Evansville 1215 p Makes all stops Except Pates c = r Quit Business i SALEFor e sary to quit business I have offered my stock and fixtures for sale in a lump and pending negotiations I am going to offer at retail My Entire Stock of Goods at Less Than Wholesale Price 15000fWorth of new uptodate Merchandise to choose from Nothing is re served everything must go This is an opportunity you should not miss Just iassoon as I find a purchaser for my store this cutpricesale will stop Do not delay your buying MakedSelections Now H MEYERBig ti 1 I JOHN A BARRY J W PATE MARION WEATHERHOLT President VIcePres SccyTrea Cloverport Foundry Machine Co1 Incorporated We aro pleased to announce to the public that wo are fully equipped and prepared to do on short order all kinds of Ma uptodateprepared to make any kind of an iron casting from the small est washer to a ton in weight Wo carry a complete line of Pipe and Pipe Fittings Mill 1 PumpsBoltingHangers Grate Bars Car Wheels Lumber and Log Trucks UepairsjBelt e Paint Babbit Metal best Lubricating Oils and Greases Boiler Fronts secondhand Engines etc We are also agents for the best Steam Gas and Gasoline Engines Portable Marine and Stationary Saw Mills etc Steam and water heating apparatus installed We carry a stock of sheet steel and can make on short order and erect if required smokestacks tanks etc Any thing in our line not mentioned we can make on short order Fencing Wire carried in stock and also Spouting etc We have with us a firstclass GutteringII prepared to do all kinds of work in this line We Make Gasoline Boat Work a Specialty JjSendhandle Estimates furnished on application Correspondence solicited All work done in firstclass workmanship order and satisfaction guara- nteedCloverporl rFoundry Machine Co j Cloverport Kentucky THE NEWS AND LOUISVILLE DAILY HERiZ1D x00 h- c ta t I r 4f H r Y = I dT i 11I 1 ENGLUDSAYS C NO ALUMS 4 F IN FOOD t tInEngland d France the Sale iir of Alum Baking Powder is pro by law because of the in I Ihibited1 effects that follow its use ofSt r a t prohibits Alum- II in food Ja You may live where as yet you have no protection against Alum The only sure protection against Alum in your Baking Powder iit fo 1 Sayplainly j I ROYAL ROYAL is made from Absolutely pure Cream of Tartara i re Gratpi product Aids digestionadds to the healthfulness of food uu She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 1907 J PERSONALAND LOCAL Call at Prestons for the best flour S Miss Irene Jarboe has returned from Skillman Mrs James Skillman left Monday for Louisville Call for the Lewisport flour on sale at OConnells Miss Margaret Skillman is visiting in Owensboro 4 a anPreston sells Lewisport flour the best I f in the market Joe Morrison of Hardihsburg was I here last week Mrs Benton Eubanks of Frankfort has returned home H B Drake of Hardinsburg is here this week on business Miss Nina Brans was the guest of rel I atives at Evansville Saturday Mrs Levina Cissell of Boonville Ind has been the guest of friends Mr and Mrs Fort and son Clifton have returned home from Louisville Born to the wife of Mr Jube parsons near town on Monday a girl Feed delivered every Tuesday and 1FridayaCternoonPopham Perkins Hay corn oats mixed feed and shipstuff for sale by Popham Perkins 1 1Mrs Eugene Haynes and daughter Miss Ruth visited in Webster lastI f week I Sheriff Milt Miller and Col Thos Withers of Hardinsburg were here last I weekThe Misses Bannon of Eddyville are the guests of their sister Mrs Joe r Sawyer Mr and Mrs Ed McAfee of Irving ton were the guests of relatives here Sunday Mrs William Bntcher of Lewisport is the guest of her mother Mrs Joe Morrison Mrs Abe Skillman and Miss Eliza 4 beth Skiilman have returned fJom LouisvilleMr r Hawkins of Stephensport has been visiting Mr and Mrs Nathan r iel TuckerMrs Renfrow of Dundee p is the guest of her mother Mrs Rachel y WeatherholtWm of Brandenburg returned Monday after a visit to Mr and Mrs J D Babbajje Mr and Mrs Percell and sister Miss Percell were the guests of relatives at Howell Saturday Thos Claycomb of Owensboro has 1 returned home after a visit to Mrs Russeau Williams Beavin Tucker has returned home from Florida to spend a few days before 1 going to Virginia e i Fred Newton Joe Graham and Ber nard Morrison have been visiting rela tives at Owensboro Mrs J L Moorman and daughter Katherine were in Hawesville last week the guests of relatives 1 Clarence Macey and Percy Blain of = stephen aport were the guests of Miss 10 L Carrie Tucker Saturday I f t f Jr IIMorrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 206 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Frank White who suffered injuries on his face from a powder explosion in Philadelphia is improving Mr J Fraize Mattingly of Owens boro was here Sunday to attend the MattinglyAgnew nuptials Rev P H Hoge of Louisville will be the guest of Mr and Mrs Alvin Simons during the Presbytery Mrs Walter Sherman and daughters Margaret and Elizabeth returned to their home in Toledo Ohio Sunday Mr Thos Ryan of near Jolly Sta tion has been confined to his bed from sciaticd At present he is improving W H Thompkins foreman of the Cement work at Richards Landing was here Monday the guest of friends Mrs Marvin Beard Mrs Luther Reeves and Mrs David Murray oi liar dinsburg are the guests of Mrs Fred FerryMrs Ben Ridgway and brother Wal lace Owen are in Henderson visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Chas Mat tingly If you want to make your wife happy get her a sack of Lewisport Flour sold in Cloverport by Preston Williams and OConnellMr Mrs Alf Caehman or Union Star and Mrs Annie Smith of Steph ensport have been the guests of Mrs Cbas Waggoner I am now equipped to handle all or ders sent me for paper hanging Write us Were us We can come Edward Gregory the three Gs Miss Hellen Barnett and Mr Champ Edwards of Rockport Ind arrived here Tuesday to visit Mr and Mrs Wm Lynch at their home on the hill Mr and Mrs Tony Nichols enter tained at dinner Saturday night Rev B M Currie Rev James T Lewis and the Rev Thomas of Owensboro Mrs L B Perkins went to Louisville Monday to be with her husband who is at Nortons Infirmary under treatment of Dr Cartiledge Mr Perkins ex pects to be able to return home soon I have the best line of wall paper this season It represents all the latest designs such as ApHques Crowns Cut outs Stencel effects and all the latest modes of hanging Edward Gregory the three Gs Here it is in black and white I will sell you enough wall paper to paper a room 18x16 or lOxlO 8orO foot high ceilings walls and a 18 inch border Hang the paper and when the work is doue you pay me just 150 tuff said Edward Gregory the threo Gs Dont forget I have introduced more of the latest designs in paper hangings than any other man in Cloverport Its me that sets the latest others follow so far in my walk that they look like a tallow candle beside an electric light Edward Gregory the three Gs Rev Thomas and Rev Currie were delightfully entertained to dinners last week in the homes of the following Mr and Mrs Ameil Oelze Mr and Mrs Chas Skillman Dr and Mrs R L Newsom and Capt and Mrs J H Rowland Rev Thomas was the guest of Mr and Mrs C W Moorman during his stay hereI J as BAKINGII HARDINSBURG Large Elevator to Be BuiltOther News of the Town Misses Nell Moorman and Emma Lou Moorman of Gleudeane were the I guests of Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile last week A number of people from this place went on the excursion to Louisville SaturdayThe council has taken steps to open a cross street from Fifth to Fourth street along the line between the property of Taylor Beard and the lot of Alfred Heeton Mrs Rebecca McGary and Mrs Taylor Beard were visitors in Louisville last week Allen R Kincheloe Dr W A Wale kerJohn D Shaw and W S Ball returned home last week from a trip through Oklahoma and a part of Texas The party made investments in lots in Enid and are well pleased with their purchasesCounty court next Monday Qus D Shellmau has purchased the Scott storehouse property on the coiner of Main and Fourth streets The consideration was 1500 cash Judge N MaC Mercer was in Louisville last week visiting relatives It is considered probable that the Home Telephone Company will estab lish an exchange here and connect with the nine country lines which now run into this place Mrs Roscoe Eskridge returned home Saturday from Ekron where she had been visiting relatives T J Hook has let a contract to a Louisville firm to construct an elevator with a capacity of 20000 bushels It will be a steel and concrete structure thoroughly fire proof in every partic ular and will be built adjoining hisI flouring mill It will be a much needed improvement and shows the progress of our town- Matthew Sbrewsberry and others will file a petition in the county court at its May term praying for a change iin the Little Hartford road Judge Henry Moorman and It C Hatley spent Sunday at Glendeane the guests of Mr and Mre W R Moor manMrs Mary C Heston has sold to the county a lot near the livery stable C6x 126 feet for 225 She also gives an alley to Fourth street 12 feet wide Herbert Hook has accepted the po sition of night operator at the telephone exchange H B Drake the former operator has been transferred to Clover port Uncle Joe Home Again New York April SJoseph Q Can non apealler of the house of repre sentatives has arrived on the steamer Bluecher after a months pleasure Jaunt to the West Indies Venezuela and Panama With several other con gressmen Speaker Cannon has been I the guest of Congressman W B Mc Kinley of Illinois The party stopped at all the important points in the West I Indies and Venezuela They spent a I onII t t Ic IRVINGTON Visitors in and Out of Town and Other News Notes MrTom Dittoand daughter Virginia of Brandenburg are visitors of Mr and Mrs F H McGehee for several days Mrs H H Kemper returned Friday from Big Spring where she had been for a week the guest of her mother Mrs Julia Clarkson Mr and Mrs Ed McAfee have re turned from Cloverport where they were the guests of relatives Rev J F Fraeser of Louisville in the absence of the pastor Rev J W Thompson filled the pulpit at the Bap tist church last Sunday Rev Fraeser is a forcible speaker and his sermons were very interesting and productive of much good Mr and Mrs B Wortham of Leitch field after a visit of a few days to Mr and Mrs G T Marshall returned to their home Saturday Louis Bennett Moreman spent some time last week in Brandenburg the guest of his grand parents Mr and Mrs A W Moremen Miss Essie Biggs was in the city Thursday shopping- A B Suter of Custer spent Satur day and Sunday here visiting friends Mrs E W Graves and son Junius left Tuesday for Owensboro for an in definite visit to relatives and friends thereHomer Carter of Lexington deliver ered a very fine address to a large and attentive audience at the Presbyterian church Saturday evening Mr Carter Christian Endea was representing the vor and he gave some very helpful points that would be good and lasting to the othor societies of the town as well as their own if they are put into useGeorge Herndon left Saturday for Nashville Tennessee where he has accepted a position in a hardware store Mr and Mrs Orlie Woolfolk and baby have returned to Brandenburg after being thguests of Mr and Mrs J R Blvthe Dr C F Marshall is having his niceI little Cottage on Oak street painted a beautiful white Mr Davis Ashcraft will move hisi family from the farm to town this week and occupy a part of the house known as the Brown house on Church AveT R Blythe spent Saturday iin Louisville on a business trip Marriage Announcement An announcement of the comtn marriage of Dr Cicero Rice of Chambers Hancock county and Miss Ion Baker of Floral has been made The marriage will take place at 8 oclock Wednesday evening May 1 The par ties are among the most prominent i Hancock county Miss Baker is a daughter of Mr and Mrs T V Baker of Floral and is a cultured young woman she is a sister of Rev Frank Baker of Hartford and a niece of Judge W P Baker of this city Dr Rice formerly lived at Whitesville an is well known here Owensboro Messenger Jamestown Exposition Rates Norfolk Va April 26 1907 to Nov 30 1907 Season tickets 2860 60 days tickets 2725 30 days tickets 2250 10 days tickets 1550 From Clover port to Norfolk Va and return NOTICE Cloverport Ky Apr 15 1907 On and after May 1st 1907 the un dersigned will do a Strictly Cash busi ness This change is mode necessary on account of keen competition and small profits We positively will not vor from this rule and all our customer- will please be governed accordingly All persons owing us will kindly make settlement by cash or note on or before above date Very respectfully Cloverport Foundry Machine Co Inc NOTICE Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the City Clerk up to 4 oclock p m of Tuesday May 7th 1907 for furnishing to the city of Hen derson Ky the following amounts of broken stone and limestone screenings Two inch broken stone 7000 yards Screenings 2500 cubic yards Said material to be delivered prior to October 15 1907 and to be deliver ed in such quantities and at such points within the city as may be designated by the city engineer Said materials to be measured at the All shall bedump proposals accompanied by a certified check for 100 The right is reserved to reject any and all proposalsJOHN A LYNE Chm Street Com rI 13 11 JJ I IMEETM AT NOLTES II IJ j Queen Quality Oxfords of- Elegance i j 250 300 350 ofIYou instantly detect a certain air elegance about a Queen Quality It is unIIf mistakably an aristocratic Shoe For treble IWB its price you can not get a Shoe more 1m nearly perfect in fit nor more comfortable jf1 Iifactory Icostf I ShoeI IICloverport KyIiEjJ p IW The J 1alntl IIProposition is aIIhard one Let I us help you IISEVERS DRUG COII i3 9l p BERTI I BEAVIN I PAINTS I I PeoplesHouses ImiBi1lf ChafigeeHaving purchased Miss Franks interest in then Millinery firm of Polk Frank I will still be foundat my old standand invite all the ladies in the town and county to inspect my stock before buying the headgear for their families as I have just received new line of all kinds of shapes to suit every face and every purse and a beautiful thisdAlso have Ladies readymade Skirts and most everything in Ladies Furnishings I will call especial attention to our long elbow length Silk Gloves at 175 cheaper than can be bought elsewhere I have a trimmer of experience who can IItityou in a Hat from 75 cents on up Also ask all parties indebted to the firm of folk Frank to come forward and settle their accounts at once for we MUST get our business settled as soon as possi- bleLAIRS R T POLK MILLSI GREGORY COMPANY PROPRIETORS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY We have Contractor James M Lewis associated with us and can furnish plans and estimates for buildings Our Mill Work is of good material and best workmanship and our reasonableS of roofing at prices from persquareOur best Ruberiod will last as long as the building Q r A Bank Account is one of the greatest conveniences of modern times to the business man It is in fact the busy business mans big gest boon helping him in the care of his financial matters with accuracy creating in him habits conducive to system in the conduct of his affairsand giving him a receipt for every bill paid proofofOpen nn account with us You will find itaboon and a blessing BANK OF CLOVERPORT OLOVERPOBT KY I qty tIIi+ r t- rrff0 0 fC w + 7t wrn 7 r J a IWINCHE1TER r Smokeless Powder Shells LEADER and REPEATER The superiority of Winchester Smokeless Powder Shells is undisputed Among intelligent shooters they stand first in pop ularity records and shooting qualities Always use them forJFIeld or Tra Shooting Ask Your Dealer For Them I 4 LAHANT Mr J W French and Mr Will Alex tinder were here lat Thursday buying rattle Several from here attended the dance at Jodic Faklers last Saturday night- G W Hylton left here last Monday for Va his old home and where he will meet many friends We wish him pleasant trip Mrs Dock Norton and family and Miss Alma Wathen of Rhodelia spent last Thursday with Mrs Eugene Bea vinBorn to the wife of Wm Curls last A Live WireII Every nerve is a live wire connecting some part of the body with the brain They are so numerous that if you pene trate the skin with the point of a needle you will touch a nerve and receive a shockpain it is called Aches and pains come from a pressure strain or in jury to a nerve the more prom inent the nerve the greater the pain When the pain comes from a large nerve it is called Neuralgia whether it be the facial nerves or the heart stomach sciatic or other prominent nerve branch To stop pain then you must relieve the strain or pressure upon the nerves Dr Miles AntiPain Pills do thisI Buttered Intense pain caused by neuralgia I doctored and used vari ous medicines without Retting relief until I began taking Dr Milts AntiPain Pills They did me more good than all the medicines I ever used They never fall to cure my headache and their use never leaves any bad aftereffects MRS Wil HECK rA sr7 W 4th St Erie Pa Dr Miles AntiPain Pills arts sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first package will benefit if It falls he will return your money C5 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind THE PIKE Mgr Wednesday a girl Floyd Armstrong of Sample was the guest of Miss Nettie Heylton last Sun day Misses May Clarkson and Blanch Hardesty were the guests of Misses Muriel and Ora Beavin last Sunday- W B Pendleton has returned to his I home near here after an ebsence of several months Herman Ford went to Louisville last Sunday witha nice drove of hogsI Farmers are trying to plant their crops but are hindered badly by theI cold weather There was quite a snow storm here last Friday evening Meade County Woman Dead Mrs Lydia KeSser wife of Samuel Keiser of Meade county died at the City Hospital Tuesday night of typhoid fever She had been an invalid for several years and was admitted to the hospital March 4 suffering from typhoid The remains were taken charge of by I C Miller Son undertakers and willI be sent by boat to her former home I Louisville I has been received here of the marriage of Miss Essie Tucker and Mr Harvey Rowe which took place at Mattoon Ill Easter Sunday March the thirtyfirst at 7 a m Miss Tucker is the daughter of James P Tucker a wellknown Breckenridue county farm er and is a lovely young woman Mr Rowe is a rising young business man and holds a position with the Mattoon Gas Campany- Mr and Mrs Rowe are at home to their friends at 2606 Marion Ave Mattoon Preventics will promptly check a cold or the Grippe when taken early or at the sneeze stage Preventics cure seated colds as well Preventics are little candy cold cure tablets and Dr Shoop Racine Wis will gladly mall you samples and a hook on Colds free if you will write him The samples prove their merit Check early Colds with Preventics and stop Pneumonia Sold in 5c and 25c boxes by Severs Drug Co The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000 i B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUl COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Esktidge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson I AdministratorIntrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byFire or Burglary N fFifth Avenue HOTELLouisville CAMPBELL + TimesITuckerRoweA- nnouncement NNNNNNNNN wooNNNNNNa The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city msklnlt a 1200 rate Only one block from the principal shopplnsSdlstrlct and two blocks trom the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the city- Everything neat aDdlcleanII I WHY WE LAUGH411 Little Nonsense Now and ThenIIs Relished by the Wisest Men Judges Quarterly 100 a year Judges Library 100 a year Sis Hopkins Mon 100 a year On receipt of TWENTY CENTS we will enter your name forIa throe months trial subscription for either of these bright witty and humorous journals or for ONE DOLLAR will add LESLIES AddressF I 225 Fourth Avenue New York 1 i DEATH RELIEVES Two Prominent Men of Hancock County Last Week Hawesville KyAprilIOMrames Mayfield one of the most prominent farmers of Hancock county is dead at the age of sixtyfive Mr Mayfield has been in bad health for some time and his death was not a surprise to his many friends Mr Harvey Y Bush aged forty three years one of Hawesvilles most prominent citizens is dead at the home of his brother Dr James C Bush of Cannelton Ind Mr Bush died of heart trouble of which he had been subject to for some time Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Eree 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 bl od or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches uu l pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle 3 bottles for 350 or 6 bottles fcr fii Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlan ta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases as it cures after all else falls COMMENCEMENT LXHRCISES Of KlriffSTOiid Jolleee Will Be Held April 2630 The following is a program of the commencement exercises of Kingswood CollegeFriday April 26 730 P M Intermediate Entertainment Saturday April 27 10 A M Preach ingSaturdayApril27 730 PM Literary and Musical Entertainment Sunday April 28 9 A M General Testimony Service Sunday April 28 11 A M 3 and 730 P M Preaching Monday April 29 10 A M Lecture John Paul- Monday April 29 3 P M Preach ingMonday April 29 730 P M Liter ary and Musical Entertainment Tuesday April 30 10 A M Com mencement Exercises This being the first commencement of our Institution I want to say to our friends that the object of our commence ment will always be twofold First to give some exhibition of the literary and musical work done in the Institution and second to present the religious side of the work Rev J M OBryan ShelbyvilleMo- a magnificent preacher John Paul office editor of the Pentecostal Herald aoOOOOOOOOOr II IThe effect of malaria lasts a long timefYou catch cold easily or become run down because of the after effects of malaria akEmulsion Strengthen yourself with Scott J It builds new blood and tones up your nervous o system oALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 2100Y0YYYYY0YYYYYYoooo2 known by many as a strong preacher and writer and Rev S G Shelly P E of the Louisville Conference will do the preaching They are excellent wideawake men and we are expecting under God a great blessing and some real Salvation work accomplished All friends of the Institution will receive a cordial welcome to these musical literary and religious exercises I feel peculiarly interested in having a large attendance from this and adjoining counties as they will be most largely benefited by this Institution of learn ingProvisions will be made for the entertainment of our friendsJ W Hughes Nothing so good as Cascaswjeet writes a mother who has used it It saved my habys life writes another Cascasweet is a vegetable corrective for the disorders of a childs stomach Contents on the bottle in plain English 50 doses for 35 cents Recommended by all dru gistsI Daily Packet lThe Louisville and Evansville Packet company April 6 commencing they will Glenmore in the trade SaturdayIIville and Evansville with derson on deck This insures a daily boat for the above points Tarascon Tell City and Glenmore Louis will1 g Jillj OdiXJWOXtXB- ttn r You Hats Atop j of thct 1I fFactory Surrounded by Troops Yekaterlnoslev Russia Apr 12The Brlansk iron and steel works have been closed owing to turbulence among the workmen which culminated recently a In the murder of the assistant man ager of the works The buildings are now surrounded by troops Most of the capital Invested in this establish went is foreign t- iw lVth on A 1JtAWJiu IoI MONT ROSEF I MONT ROSE is a beautiful chestnut sorrel stallion 15 34 hands high full made fine style i 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 horserr MONT Rose was sired by Darling Denmark he by Happy Cross First dam Fannie C by i 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 font Roses colts 15 for the second and S1O for the third and will give S1OO for the first premium colt All colts to be broken and shown by halter We solicit your patronage I I C Vic Robertson Owners and C L earduW r it Y t u M ll- wr I t v N v 5 3 E r 1iiii Jj T r r liA Positive CATARRH CURE Elys Cream Bal- mii quicklyI absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects t the diseased mem brano It cures 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all + fLf any partt Wo pay 6 percent Interest AI A4le FASTIDIOUS 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 Drug Sample free Address The R Paxton Co Boston Mass H DeN MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURG KY will practice his profession In all of tit Courts of and adjoining cons tied Special attention given to coUecUnl road cases and criminal practice License tC practice In United StatesDistrict Courts Offlco over Bank of Uardlnabure Verdict Against Railroad Minneapolis April 12Tho Jury In the case of the United States govern ment against the Chicago St Paul Omaha railroad charged with granting rebates returned a verdict against tho railroad H 11 Pearce acting freight amt of tho same road Was also found guilty as charged In the Indlctni tit oa sTorax AI- sere thetheKind You Hate Always Bold IIpat tt1- U A tl if1 r + 010 + Partners of the Tide By JOSEPH C LINCOLN Author yGpn ErI Copyright 1008 by A 8 Barnes Co 1 of 01 oS t I t t So 01 t 1 1 01 +CHAPTER XVII T that very moment Mr Ham mond seated on the fence by the vestry door was putting at a cigar and talking in an unusually loud voice of New York and his experiences there He seemed to be very happy and his boisterous laughter penetrated even to the little company of worshipers on the settees inside When the meeting was over he threw away the stump of his cigar and shoul dered himself into the front row of waiting swains by the door As Gus came out he stepped forward to meet her and In doing so bumped against Mrs Piper who looking the other way had not seen him and being deaf had not heard his step Gracious sakes alive exclaimed the old lady rubbing her shoulder Ex cuse me Mr Hammond I didnt see you Sam nodded serenely Dont men tion It he shouted winking over his shoulder at Georgiana Bailey You didnt hurt me a bit Georgiana giggled and most of the young men grinned at the joke Gus glanced hurriedly at Mrs Piper and then at Hammond She looked sur prla d and troubled Bam took her arm without asking permission and led her to the sidewalk She still looked back Im afraid you hurt Mrs Piper she said What made you so rough Her escort laughed I guess it wont be fatal he observed If Id man aged to fracture that voice of hers sos she couldnt sing maybe the congre gation would give me a vote of thanksGus didnt reply There was some thing in her companions manner that made her recoil instinctively She dis engaged her arm from his but he took It again and walked on Joking and laughingWhat a crowd of jays there is in this town he remarked after awhile with a sneerenough to stock a dime museumHe always spoken patronizingly of the townspeoplethat she had not minded so much coming from a city man but heretofore he had not openly made fun of them She resented the remark but most of all the tone in which it was uttered Why do you stay here then she asked coldlyIIi Why I guess you know the reasonI all right Dont you Gus Hey lIe chuckled and bent down to look in her face She shivered and drew away from himII Ills hand upon her arm the look he had Just given her his air of assumed proprietorship above all that new and vulgar something in his manner 1 as If the real soul of the man was showing for the first time filled her with disgust She did not speak again until they reached the gate Then she said with out looking at him Good night He put his hand over hers on the 1 latch Oh say he exclaimed with a laugh this isnt a square deal Gus Arent you Roln to ask me In She tried to snatch her hand away but he held It fast and leaning across the gate threw his arm about her I waist and drew her toward him There he cried exultantly This Is more like It This is more like friends Give us a kiss Youre too j high and mighty to be the prettiest girl on the Cape She struggled from his grasp and stood panting Oh she whispered with a shudder as she realized the f- ltruthoh youve been drinking He laughed foolishly and shrugged his shoulders Oh whats one glass between friends he said I stopped Into Webs a minute and he set em up First drink Ive had since I lett1J New York Thought you was too sensible to have blue ribbon notions Come be more sociable thats a good girl She was afraid of him nownot afraid of physical violence but as sheB would have feared the contact with something loathsome and unclean A sense of utter loneliness came over herb She longed for protection and helpn wouldIed him But she had driven him out of her life and this fellow Go she cried GonSam ceased to smile Other girls I had told him to go but never In that way or with such quivering scorn Ho began to realize that this was tho endr of his game He had lost the prize But he made one more elTortcc Oh say ho cried dont get mad rsuchr She turned on her heel and without replying walked toward the house Hammond swore between his teeth opened the gate took one step In her direction and then stopped He laugh ed a short ugly laugh and nodded You mean it do you ho askedII Want me to clear out hey Well dont you fool yourself that I dont 81knowthe high moral game on me my lady Youre whining after that sneaking I Sunday school kid Brad the follow that didnt NickersonI I about you to lift his hand still and let me wall off with his gIrlnI ns If she nJt4 03 common as dlilhS1 I 0 i t t X water The whole town thinkS youret going to marry me Whatll they say when I show em Im done with you lIe laughed again and put his hands in his pockets Im going he said Im going a1lI right You go to bed and dream about Brad Dreams come true sometimes they say Maybe Ill dream about him tooII I walked rapidly away Gus watchedI him go Then she went into the house threw herself into a chair beside the table and laid her head upon her arms Sam plunged straight on through the mud and wet grass until he reachedI the back door of the billiard room Web Saunders came hurrying to see who it was that had knocked only the tried and true were admitted at that doorHello Same he exclaimed with a look of relief Why whats the mat ter Nothing replied Hammond gruffly Wheres that Jug of yours Web Im dying for another drink After cautioning his visitor against speaking so loud Mr Saunders Indicated the whereabouts of the Jug Sam poured out a liberal dose of the vII lainous cheap whisky and drank 1 It forthwith Then he poured out an otherHe refused to go home that night and Web put him to bed upon one of the settees In the little back room And In that back room he stayedt throughout the next day drinking frequently in spite of hIs friends protests and growing more ugly with every drink- Jhat next day Friday was wet andI foggy with occasional cold showers but there was no wind worth men Oh youve been drinking tlonlng and the wreckers put In ten hours of the hardest kind of work The Freedom had moved perceptibly in the sweep of the latest tides an the partners were happy In conse quence It was dark though a few stars were showing dimly through the mist overhead when the Diving Belle entered Orham harbor that evening Alvin Bearse was at the helm and he brought the schooner alongside the wharf A half dozen men the only members of the wrecking gang who returned to Or ham at the end of the days work climbed over the strlngplcce and departed for their homes In the village Bearse remained on board when the vessel run out to her moorings to help his employers make snug for the night A few minutes later Bradley stood by the cabin door with n lantern In his hand Alvin and the captain were for ward Suddenly the Junior partner was aware that some one was stand Ing beside him Well Capn Ez he observed all ready to go ashore There was no answer He looked up Into the face of Stun Hammond The diver wore no overcoat His stiff hat battered and muddy was pushed back on his head His face under the tumbled damp hair on the forehead was and scowling and his halt shut- eyes had an ugly glimmer Even in the dim light of the lantern his condi tion was unmistakable Hammonds behavior In his native village had heretofore been of the so far as this particular vice was concerned Bradley was dumfounded Hello Sam he exclaimed Whered you come from Off the wharf was the gruff an Whered you think you fool It was evident that the fellow was spoiling for a fight Bradley however no wish to quarrel with a drunken especially this one All right all right he said mechan- Ically I didnt see you come aboard thats all Want to see Capn EzZ No I dont want to see Capn EzIany other longshore thief but you want to go below and get my things Your things Yes my thingsmy oilskins and theJJ of my stuff I wouldnt leave emJJ aboard this rotten tub another minute or a million dollarsII Oh very well Bradley swung the cabin door and started to the way with the lantern Hammond shoved him aside Ill go alone ho muttered You cant see without the lanternII Youll have to go with me or watt till tomorrow morning Give me that lantern snarled Sam a grab for ItIBradley held It out of reachII Youre not fit to carry It he said 1 You meaiy mouthed sneak II1 shouted Hammond Im fit to fix you Bradley saw the blow coming Ho dropped tho lantern and ducked Next j Instant Sam was upon him screaming cursing They tripped over the door and tell to the dock 1 AlvljLJUdCjailnJnTjtcomb came rim ti t 1 Ding rom tho Haut What in the nation cried the captain Here quit that youl Let blm alone Brad- Hammond yelled and fought aa they dragged him to his feet Finally over furyI oerIlastln hookblocks Ill heave you over board Whered he come from Must have come aboard when we stopped at the wharf replied Brad ley He was dead set on taking the lantern and going below otter his oil skins and stuff Sooner trust a blind cripple with a lantern Chuck his dunnage ashore to morrer mornIn Now then turning to Hammond will you walk to the dory or shall we carry you Shut up Youve cussed enough He led the way to the side holding Sam by the coat collar Bradley fol lowedOh exclaimed the skipper stop ping short Didnt shut that cabin door did you Brad Ive left that blasted key somewheres and If that spring locks snapped shut well be in a mess Nol Well all right then They got into the dory and Bradley took up the oars Bearse sat on the bow thwart while the captain reclined in the stern with Hammond sprawling and muttering between his knees They had nearly reached the beach when Sam gave a sudden spring and with an oath throw himself upon his cjiemy Bradley fell backward The dory heeled until the water lipped the rail You would would you grunted Captain Tltcomb There Seizing the struggling diver neck and crop he whirled him bodily over the sideNow then panted the captain if you cant ride like a man walk Sam went Into the cold water with a tremendous splash It was not deep and he floundered to his feet but the shock sobered him a little He waded to the shore Turning he stretched out an arm with a shaking forefinger at the end of it His rage almost chok ed him lIe tried twice before he man aged to speak clearly I pay my debts he gasped I pay my debts I Ive heard dlffrent remarked the captain dryly But never mind Sam Its a good habit- Hammond did not heed him I pay my debts he repeated Do you hear that Brad Nickerson You dough face Ive got your girl away from you already and that isnt the end I pay my debts and Brad Nickerson Ill pay you 1 He stood for an Instant pointing at the dory Then he stepped back into the darkness They heard his footsteps crunching the broken clam shells of the road brotherddont he Brad observed the captain as they were on their way uptown I Jedgo from the drift of his cntcrtnlnln remarks that hes decided to chuck his Job with Tltcomb Well I callate hell resign by biniiI conslnt as the Irishman did when and his boss told each other to go to blazes at the same time I met one of the Metropolitan men when I was up to Boston and he told me his folks fired Sam because he went on a howlln spree so I guess this little shindy was bound to come sooner or later Kept pretty straight afore sence hes been to home though aint he Bradley did not answer Suddenly the captain slapped his thighGood laud he exclaimed Brad Ive meant to tell you all day and forgot It The Diving Belles Insured I went down to Obeds after I left your house last night and we fixed It up Five thousand dollars and it went on at noon todayleastways I spose 1 It did He was to telephone the Insurance folks this mornln Good Im glad thats settled It has worried me to think we werent protected at all Well I told you Id do It didnt IThe only bitch was about that dyna mite But I fixed that Give Obed to understand wed took It ashore We have all but I spoke to Pelcg and hell have It off In a day or so Bradley stopped short You dont mean to tell me it hasnt gone yet he exclaimed Why It anything should happen to the schooner with that stuff aboard the policy wouldnt hold for a minute Ive a good mind to go back now and take It off myself Oh dont be an old woman cried the captain testily What do you thinks goln to happen Ill see to it tomorrow Come on home The Junior partner did not press the subject but ho made up his mind that It he lived until the next morning that dynamite should go ashore the minute the Diving Belle reached the Point At the gate of the Travelers Rest they separated Coming round to the house by and by capn asked Brad leyThe captains manner changed I dont know he answered gloomily I presume likely Lm- Continued next week Pneumonias Deadly Work had so seriously affected my right lungI writes Mrs Fannie Connor of Rural Route 1 Georgetown Tenn that I coughed continuously night and day and the neighbors prediction con sumption seemed inevitable until my husband brought home a bottle of DrIKings New Discovery which in myI case proved to be the only real cough cure and restorer of weak sore lungsI When all other remedies utterly faUI you may still win in the battle against long and throat troubles with New Discovery the real remedy Guaranteed Iy Severs Drug Co 50c and 1 TrialI bottle freeL L l W6at lueFldme lea 5 It means the hottest and cleanest byIthe flame the New Perfection Oil Stove gives the instant a lightedmatch is ap pliedno delay no trouble no soot no dirt Forcookin theg NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove is unequaled It gives quick results because its fuelexpenseinstove warranted If not at your deal ers write to our nearest agency the b TheRaVOL amp lamxi r allround household use J Made of brass throw bout and beautifully nickeled t Perfectly conrtructed absolutely safe unexcelled in lightgivini power an ornament te any room Every lamp warranted If not it your dealers write to our nearest aftmcy 9TANBAU OIL COMPANY IXO Kr KATK ray y AMONDBYANDstiOfS poor Swagger People The newest modes of the summer season find expression t oftDiamond Brand Pumps Oxfords and Button Ox- y fords varying in price 200 to 500 that add fromitinction to the most costume TRY ANOTHER DEALER IF YOURS HASNT THEM 14AKERSp WE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN LANYOTNER NOUlE IN THE W- ESoo eoeoes eoree elato First State Bank IRVINGTON KY w J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VlctPresident n H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits INMtH 83ee eeaeatweN I 700 STUDENTS WANTED To qualify for the 7OO or more desirable tot111calls In the putyear demandbymoro THOROUGHLY than other schools train their graduatesI QUALITcounts with the shrewd buslnose men of this day and age If you are unwise enough to cheat yourself by taking otque8tionablesuch an equipment induce a buslnesa manto alobOuryears menwhenclaptrapunderthea000nrenutatlonbyattendingoiFP 1 o1 4 fJ achool and we make you do TIrOR wlUts men when you graduate Enroll as soon as possible Ask for elegant 08page catalogue BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Second Walnut loalJYlile Ky J O Illtt+ a t1N W II Bowmen President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LionrFOOT VicePresident CnAB SKILLMAN AsstCasbler 4 The Old Relia- bleBRF3CKINRIDGI3 BANKOrg- anized t 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 I Insured in every verylatest i I Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited tltle6NYNi0MfEI19slINii HllleiOal aNNiONfilNO y 7y Y f SMITH1T4Theyoung bank cashier at Glendeane c whose marriage to Miss Lizzie Fisher f a Glendeane young lady was solemn f feed in Louisville on last Thursday I HARNED f Only a few from this place went on the excursion Bro Duggins who has been living iin the Weatherford property has bought the property owned by Bob Wilson where he will move soon Tom Northern who has been on the sick list for some time is no better Joe McCrume came down Thursday from Louisville to visit his parents Johnie Marshall of Hardisburg was the guest of Miss Rue Meador Friday eveningMiss Shellie Quiggins who is attend ing school at Kingswood came home SaturdayMrs G Payne who has been bedfast for some time is improving rapidlyMiss Rue Meador has returned home after a weeks visit to relative at Irv ingtonThe measles is raging in our com munity Rest Is The great restorer We tire our muscles by exorcise and then root to re store 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 as our digestive organs A tired and overworked stomach will give signs of distress to which we pay ho heed until at last Dyspepsia takes hold Indiges tion is just a warning and if we heed the warning we can easily avoid further congruences Kodol is a most thorough stomach relief It digests what you eat and gives the stomach the needed rest and greatly assists in restoring it to its normal activity and usefulness Kodol is sold on a guarantee relief plan It is sold hare by all druggists Bakers Tobacco Crop- S J Baker sold 1905 crop 68 hhds Hancock county trash at 676 13 hhds of of sweepings at 535ii Pooled 22 millions out of 3o millions 1906 crop + fURIOUS ITCHING HUMOR ON CHILD Bleeding Sores Covered Her Whole Body After an Attack of Measles Nursed Every Night for Three WeeksNothing Helped Her THEN CUTICURA MAKES COMPLETE CURE IN 5 DAYS jointhosedies After my granddaughter of about sewn years had boon cured of tho measles she was attacked about a fortnight later by a furious itching eruption body eivially partotItI watcryand bleed OIpOdallyi of considerable size Sho suffered deal and for three weeks we her every night using all the los wo could think of Nothing help Wo then remembered heard BO much about utinura Wo sent for them and after hours we noted considerable and after using only ono set of the Cuticura Remedies consecutive days tho little one to our joy had been entirely cured has been well for a long time Mrs R F D 3 Bakersfield June 25 and July 20 1900 HUMOR ON FACE by Cuticura Remedies No Return in 20 Years son when a lad of sixteen was with humor on ids face and using Cuticura Remedies ho was from every humor and has con I2I2arms so to tho present timo after years have passed Your Cuti Soap has been used in my family years and I have faith in tho Remedies A II Smith Me Doe 1 1905 External and Internal Treatment for Humor of InfanU Children and Adwla oon Cuticura Soap Zoo to Cleanse the Skin Ointment Me to Heal the Skin and Cutl JlMolvent We In the form of Chunotato thmuehout the per vial world of CO Potter to I urlfjr DrueEre Chem JlOstoaMailed free Booklet r 4 offkla Rumors YERKES RESIGNS Commissioner of Internal Revenu Will Resume Practice of Law Washington D C April 12John- W Yerkes Commissioner of Internal Revenue has resigned and his resignation has been accepted by the President He leaves the service of the Government to enter the practice of the law The President has written tile fol lowing letter to the Commissioner In accepting his resignation The White House Washington D C April lD07lly Dear Mr Yerke I accept your resignation with ery real regret You have been the kind of public servant that it is a pleasur to have in public office Your services have meant a pecuniary loss to youisel but they have been of incalculable gain to the public With all good wishes for you and yours believe me always your friend THEODORE RooSEvELT Secretary Cortelyou also expressed regret at the resignation of Mr Yerkes Secretary Cortelyou has made a reom mendation to the President for fillln the vacancy which has been approved aud an announcement will be made iIn the course of a few days What is it that tastes as pleasant as maple sugar and quickly relieves cough and colds Mothers who have used iIt will quickly answer Kennedys Lax ative Cough Syrup The pleasan cold remedy that expels the cold throug its laxative action on the bowels Conforms strictly to the Pure Food and Drugs Law Contains no opiates Sold by all druggists Farmers and Breeders Take Notice An auction sale of pure breed Poland China brood sows at Murphys Stable 16th and Main sts Louisville Satur day April 27 beginning at 1230 p m Making Money Likea Machine P M Rigdon formerly of Hancock county Kentucky but now of El Paso Texas was a caller at this office the other dareHI has a wholesale house over in the fastest town in the Lone Star State and is making money like ia milkshake machine and looks like a successful politician from the breezy half wett Durant Ind Ter States man rrnrexxsI WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail fo 1 Dr E W Hall 2020 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky est iulonfals Depredations on Plant Beds The latest depredations in the plant bed line comes from the Martinnle sec tion where the bjeds of Elmer Richard son R I Stewart Jno Arnolds boys JJno IDejarnt Austin Adkins and aI number of other A S of E men have found their prospects to be blighted by the arrival of a nice crop of grass In Adkins bed a note was left saying You ipooled last year but dd if you pool this A scope of country four miles long running from Lamberts school listrict through Utility down to Mar indale is ruined by the night operators who sow plant beds in grass and in each case the loser is an organization nan This dispels the theory that Equity men are behind this deviltry as some have insisted and puts the crime enemies of mankind at large re gardless of what they may think of the armers organizationHancock Clar- Ion The Hay Smart Set Mary Fenollosr who wrote Truth Dexter and The Breath of the Gods contribute to the May Smart Set one of her most delightful stories of Japan ai lovestory full of delicate humor and ubtle analysis She has called it Cupid San and no more charming piece of fiction has recently appeared No magazine publishes such a wide variety of stories and the May issue is a particularly fine one The humor too Is quite up to the averageand that is saying a great deal Reactionary Editor Expelled Moscow April 12The governor leneral has expelled from Moscow the editor of the Veucho a reactionary I organ and has suspended the paper I tor attempts to incite the lower against the Jews students andclassesII als and also on the ground Is reason to believe that the murders of Prof Hertzensteln and Dr Jollos rere organized In Its office The Price of Health The price of health in a malarious district in just 25 cents the cost of a box off Dr Kings New Life Pills write Ella Slayton of Noland Ark New fife Pills cleanse gently and Impurl- neW life and vigor to the system 25 Satisfaction guaranteed Severs Drug Co Ti4 i II 1 It rc Ut1 AN OPEN SCANDAL International Policy Holders Committee Makes Some Very Sere ious Charges NAMES OF DEAD MEN VOTED This Is but One Count of the Indict ment Which Alleges Many Gross Irregularities on the Part of Big Com panics During the Recent Election New York April 8The international policy holders committee has Issued a statement pointing out al leged violations of the present Insur anco code by the companies in the recent election of officers and the al leged Inefficiency of the department of insurance in conducting the super vision of the election The statement says in part The International committee hat maintained for months in both the Mutual and New York Life canvass a force of watchers and translators and every effort has been made to protect the interests of policy holders whc have voted against the old manage moats but the rulings of the inspec tors have been so uniformly against us and being fully satisfied that itll impossible under the present condition to secure a fair count of the vote ai cast we withdrew our watchers From the beginning the companies with the assistance of the department of insurance have evaded and nullified in every way possible the law as enacted The companies filed a list of policy holders at Albany which contained thousands of Incorrect names with false and misleading ad dresses while they gave to agents and canvassers not alone the correct names and addresses but the policy numbers of the Insured The statement then sets forth in detail the various forms of irregularity charged and declares that affidavits show It was practiced on a wholesale scale but these affidavits the statement asserts were refused considera tion Illustration Is given of a family which was recorded as casting five votes the statement adding Inves tigation showed that not a member of the family voted In the recent elec tion and that they had not resided at the stated address In over two years The statement further says Nu merous instances developed where agents had sent in proxies and ballots bearing the names of policy holders who had been dead for years while many ballots were cast bearing the names of former policy holders who had allowed their policies to lapse The officers of these companies and the department of Insurance are responsible for this condition of affairs PUNISHED LONG ENOUGH Czar Thinks Its Time to Rest the Soul of Alexis Petrovltch St Petersburg April 12For the first time in history a requiem mass was celebrated yesterday In honor of tho Czarevitch Alexis Petrovltch whose tomb under the tower of the fortress of St Peter and St Paul has loon restored at the order of the em toror The requiem mass was at the Initiative of the Emperor Nicholas and vas attended by a number of Con ervative members of the lower house Uoxls Petrovltch was a son of Peter ho Great his father ordered his execution because of his participation in oactlonary plots to destroy his re arms Big Dolns at Plttcburg Plttsburg April 10The arrange aonts for tho rededication of the enlarged Carnegie Institute of this city which will occur on Thursday Friday and Saturday in the presence of many distinguished European and American guests have been perfected Follow Ing the formal dedication Thursday fternoon a number of Important meetings will be held at which addresses of International Import will be elivered by both foreign and American guests The strlkeof the Paris bakers Is to- aU intents and purposes over THE MARKETS urrent Quotations on Grain and Live stock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 76c No 2 red7- 6Y1c CornNo 2 45c OatsNo 2 mixed 42c HayClover 1600 P1700 timothy S19002100 millet 1300 1500 Cattle260 600 logs f500690 Sheep260576 ambs J550800 At Cincinnati WheatNo2 red 7934c Corn No2 48c OatsNo 2 44c Cattle 140550 Hogs 450695 Sheep 275600 Lambs600800- At Chicago WheatNo 2 red 78ic Cor- nNo3 44c OatsNo 2 41c Ca- ttlestoern 450C75 stockers and seders 300510 Hogs J550 685 Sheep 4006C5 Lambs 3000850 Livestock at New York Cattle 450COO Hogs676 l400Sheep400G50 Lambs676 i 725 At East Buffalo CatUe400600 Hogs660t- 26 Sheep300700 LambsGOO pD10 Wheat at Toledo May 80c July 81o cash 79c rr r JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT Suffered Four Months From the AfterEffects of the GripRelieved By Peruna The grip more than any other dis ease in the world leaves the system in a rundown nervous bloodless con ditionPeruna has become famous in relieving the deplorable condition which the grip produces Catarrh victims Susceptible People who have had catarrh of the head throat nose or lungs are much more liable to catch the grip than other peopleThe reason for this is that tho mucous membranes of the head nose throat o lungs are Injured by the catarrh an the germs which cause tho grip find easy entrance into the system- It is a well established fact that per seedy sound mucous membranes constitute a barrier to the entrance of germs The best precaution any one can have against the grip is to be perfectly free from catarrh Peruna a Preventive As a preventive of grip Peruna has done a great deal of good in the world by its beneficial effect upon the mucous membranesCatarrh has anothei untoward influence to be noticed in connection wit the grip Victims of catarrh who have had the grip find themselves after the acute stages have passed in very weakened and deplorable conditions AfterEffects of Grip The whole nervous system Is Impaired tho digestive organs deranged tho circulation of the blood feeble an Irregular All these symptoms are pro duced moro or less by the grip andl especially in people who have had ca tarrh previous tc the grip GARRETT J G Roby went to Louisville Thurs day to buy his Spring goods Garrett Camp M W of A enter tained the Ekron and Guston Camps Saturday Born to the wife of Frank PRichard i son April 11 a twelve pound boy Mr and Mrs Lum Hamilton spent Sunday with J K Smith and family Mrs Ada Dhonau and daughter Maude went to Cloverport Wednesday to visit relatives and while there she j purchased a monument for Jlr Dhonau of Mr John Keith Mr and Mrs Wordie Bunger spent i Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs Edd Bunger- H 1 Richardson and family were guests I Sunday of Mr and Mrs B I Carrico Mr and Mrs J H Shacklett were in Brandenburg Monday Men in the surrounding neighborhood who have relatives buried in the old Meadeville cemetery met there Friday and cleaned it off and have ordered wire to put around it Tell City will have a homecoming I from June 29 to July 5 1908 to cele brate the fiftieth anniversary of that cityThe NewsNo Pure Drug Cough Cure Laws would be needed if all Cough Cures wtre 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 package r tills nets JO mothers and others should insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure No poison marks on Dr Shoops labels mid none in the medi clue else it must ny law be on the label And Its not onlv safe but it is said to be by those who know it best a truly remarkable cough remedy Take no chance particularly with your chil dren Insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure Compare carefully the Dr Shoope package with others and see No poison marks there Yau can alwive be on he safe side Ih demand lug Dr Slumps Cough Cure Simply refuse to accept any other Sold by Severs Drug C WH Parsons is ExState Senator and ExSpecial Judge of the SnpremeIiCourt of Texas and was also BrigadierGeneral Confederate Army In a F letter from 925 H street N W Washington D C this prominent gentle s man says J Upon the recommendation of personal friends and many strong teatlcrmonlala as to the efficacy of Peruna In the treatment of the numerous symptoms of the grip with which I have been afflicted for four monthatdpasti I have been Induced to undergo a treatment with this Justly celt I braced formula I feel a decided change for the better after using It only tone week I i It Is especially good In toning up the stomach and has a decided effect upon my appetite 1 therefore feel much encouraged that I am on the eroadI to complete restoration My numerous friends in Texas where I have had the honor to command a brigade of her Veteran Cavalry in a four years war may accept this TO 1 untary testimonial to tho merits of Peruna as a sense or obligation on tny i I part for its wonderful etllcacyW11 Parsons J It Is no longer merely a theory or an assertion that Peruna Is applicable to such cases Prompt Relief In all of tho aftereffects of the grip hashbeen the experience of such a great multitude of people that Peruna has come to be a standard remedy for these cases If a porson has not used Peruna to prevent the grip the next best thing is to use Peruna to remove the afteref gripa Remedy Even during the acute stages of the grip Peruna taken in small oftre pasted doses is so efficient that many people use nothing else In Memory of Vlrclslmus Pate In the death of Vircisimus Pate Breckenridge County looses one of her best men Having spent his life on the home farm of his ancestor He has handed it down in good shape to his posterity for the man who mutilates his land desecrates Gods foot stool His home the gathering place of an extensive relationship for well they knew there they would find welcome and sunshine When a boy the writer worked on a farm adjoining the Pate and has toiled in the field with the subject of this sketch At that time he formed opin ions of the man that remnined unchanged although thirty years have rolled by Honest and generous to n fault 01 It has been noticed thai those who take Pernna during the first stages of the grip generally make a more rapid and complete recovery Af Most Effective Medicine For La Grippe Robt L Madison A M Principal of Cnllowhee High School Painter NC is chairman of tho Jackson County Board of Education He is a writer of occasional verse and has contributed to number of leading papers and maga zines In speaking of Perona Mr Madison says I am hardly ever without Pernna in my home i Us tho most effective mcd icine that have ever tried for la grippe i It also cured my wife ot nasal catarrhrilunselfish as free from deceit and intri babe considerate of thegue as a opin ions feelings and welfare of all with thusbandreserved and unobtrusive he lived the t simple Christian life that was an open book and an index to the soul that has tttori Is faithful servant thou hast been faith ful in few things I will make thee 1 ruler over many things enter tftw Ill 1 into the joy of thy wflJohnSunday April 7 1907 0SfWhen your back hurts it is inmost always a warning front your kidneys i When your kidneys are wrong there is inothing so good ns the use of DnWitta 1 Kidney and Bladder Pills They asIlist the kidneys Sold by nil druggists S i tM iMHtIHtiHi lM tNtlr ewe wart LOW RATES FROM LOUISVILLE VIA outhern Railway In effect daily after March I to April 30 and September 1 to October 31 inclusive 3400 Helena and Butte J4i Y 3550 Spokane m m1JJ3800 Portland Tacoma and Seattle i3800 San Francisco Los Angeles and tother CALIFORNIA points rI riWesti Chcarone way colonist tickets mid round trip horapseekers be sold on March 5th and 19th and April 2d nd 16th to Oklahoma Indian Territory Texan and other points in the Southwest and Southeast For maps folders and complete information call on your jjvuj ont or B S YENT Traveling Pass Agent Lexington ICy KyJi l THE NEW IDEA THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP ENNEDYS AXATIYEi ONEY AND ARu Mores the Bowels Best for Chlldrel Red CloJOr Blosstm II Erer BolUu=lteiW ell orlier sosyb cures are constipating especially those containing OpIAtes Znnedtrs Laxative Honey and Tar movu the bowels contains no OWtt For Sale by all Druglsts y- t r r h iL