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AV v flg 2 1 I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSII I 4 1yy ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTj I 1 L XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 24 1907 8 Pates NO 4I iLIGHTFUL 1 MEETING I 4 1i i Louisville Presbytery Comes to Close In This City Last Thursday The spring meeting of the Louisville esbytery came to a close in this city 4 i last Thursday evening after a two ys session The program was carried Jut to the letter and the able discourses jnd other features of the meetings I were both interesting and instructive I Good audiencesattended the different sessions and much interest was mani1 fested by the home people Rev Edward L Warren D D and DrFJ Cheek were reelected Modern I tor and clerk respectively The next meeting of the Presbytery will be held with the Warren Memorial Presbyterian church Louisville Dr P H Hoge pastor in September next The exact date has not been definitely ht decidedDr E Dosker and Mr Wm R Belknap were elected commissioners to the General Assembly which meets I in Columbus 0 next month Dr F j Cheek and Mr H M Woodruff were elected alternates f Two candidates for ordination into the ministry were examined and given license to preach They were Rev Lucien V Rule of Goshen Ky who wasassigned to Home Mission Work in the Elizabethtown Ind district and Rev Edward Kagin of Frankfort who will be given work in the foreign fields The following vote of thanks was ex tended by the Presbytery The Louisville Presbytery now in session at Cloverport Ky desire to ex rastorofcordial entertainment extended during the entire session 2nd We especially desire to express our sincere thanks to the other churches and their pastors for their lend and hearty cooperation in the tpresencet usef4 1- s of its columns printing pro grams and other items during the session of the Presbytery Respectfully submitted byE W Elliott The members of the Presbyterian church voted the following thanks The members of the Presbyterian cUurch wish to extend hearty thanks to the members of the Methodist and Baptist churches for assistance rendered Also to the Breckenridge News for I kindness show- nMEtIODIST 4 PARSONAGE i Foundation of New Building Will Be laid Immediately Irk upon the new Methodist parson will be begun at once Preparations v r now under way for laying the foun dation 1 The new building will be erected on the lot directly across from the Methodist i church on Elm street It will be a modern twostory brick residence and will cost in the nejghborhood of 3000 It is planned to have the parsonage ready for occupancy by the first of SePi temberIHARDINSBURG 1 1Items of Interest From the Coun jy Seat jl Gus Brown is on the sick list jv Judge W K Barnes is improving V Horace Snider and Adolphus Jordan loBewleyvllle were inthe city Monday I The appearance docket for May term of court will be light Taylor Proctor of Leitchfield a leading Attorney of Grayson county was here one day last week le with U Robert Moorman let the Contract to I build the bridge at Eveleigh Mill N Hawkins Smith and Ollie Priest of 4Garfield were in town on a business S trip i Logan Butler of Custer was in town i Monday on business before the County Court i I 1 Fianklin S Kincheloe is in Louisville for a few days f Mr and Mrs Roland A Smith of Stephensport were here last week visjt ing Mr and Mrs W RLennon I Ernest Haswell has returned horne I 4 from Cincinnati where he has been attending the Cincinnati School of Art Dr John E Kincheloe was a visitor in Louisvilleseveral days of last week This town is a great fish market G D Beard sold recently during two days 1400 pounds of fish Rousseau Dowell and family have moved to Burass where Mr Dowell will take charge of the store which he and Lon Jarboe recently purchased The town council is taking steps to open an alley running from Court Place to Fourth street The proposed alley is sixteenfeet wide Joel H Pile was in Louisville sever al days of last week attending a meet Ing of the county school Superintend ants of the Fourth Congressional Dis trict and other educators Mr Pile readan excellent paper before the meet ingwhich was much commended- T J Moore was In Frankfort sever at days of last week JIHook1 and Claude Mercer spent Thursday at the Falls of Sinking They had good successJohn Miller has returned home from Cloverport where he has been buying tobacco for the American Tobacco CompanyThe of Hardinsburg Trust Company is having an acetylene light ing plant installed in its building John T Martin of Stephensport was in town Saturday on a business trip Mr and Mrs Harvey Woods spent Sunday at his fathers near Garfield County Court last Monday Mr and Mrs Marvin D Beard at tended the Music Festival at Louisville last week C V Robertson spent Sunday at GlendeaneW made an address to the farmers at Garfield Saturday night in the interest of the American Society of Equity Arthur goodman of Fordsyille was here Sunday He says the work on the new railroad is progressing satisfacton iy Commissioner Lee Walls sold eight tracts of land at the court house door MondayMarion Weatherholt cashier of the Bank of Cloverport was in town Mon dayV G Babbage and Dr R L New som were in town Monday on business before the County Court The wilts of Joel Jordan and Felix G Speak were admitted to probate in the County Court Ilast Monday- A new road was ordered established in the qounw court Monday leading from the MaDaniels and Glendeane road to the bridge across McGehees ford on Rough Crpek Squir Charles Drury and Alonzu Bennet of Bewleyville were in town Monda The Rev George W St Clair of Webs er is here visiting Mr and Mrs Jame V St Clair The Rev B W Brandon filled his regular appointment at the M Echurch Soijth Sunday The Cloverport Foundry and Machine Company have filed amended articles with the county clerk increasing their capital stock from 3000 to J6000 The county has purchased a rock crusher to be used in the Hardinsburg loverport and BewleyviUe districts to be paid for out of the road funds Ot those Magisterial district r tNewJ On High Street Two new residences will be erected on High street in the near futnre and within the next few days building will begin on them Dr F L Lightfoot will have erected on the lot adjoining the St George hotel a brick cottage and Mr James Younger will erect a twostory frame building on the lot adjoining the Presbyterian church Both of the residences will be modern structures and will add much to the beauty of High street BANS OF MATRIMONY I PUBLISHED BETWEEN THREE COUPLES On last Sunday at the St Rose Cath olic church this city the following bans of matrimony were published Miss Nora Burke and a Mr Powers a Miss Russell and a Mr Dunn Miss Carrie Beavfn arlcfMr Forrest Jennings All of the parties reside ig the Cloverport I vicinity of t SEPTEMBER 345 I Dates On Which Breckenridge County Fair Will Be Held This Year Hardinsburg Ky April 23Speci- al The Breckenridge Fair Associa tion has fixed September 5 4 and 6 as the dates upon which the county fair is to be held here Much interest is be ing taken in the fair and about 600 for the purpose of paying special premiums has been subscbribed by public spirited citizens of the county Work has been begun upon the grounds and will be pushed rapidly until completion Ev erything will be in readiness by the time fixed Exhibitors from various portions of the Siate have already sig nified their intention of attending the fair and everything points to a complete success in the undertaki- ngMATTINGLY NEWS Young Couple ManyAnniver sary CelebrationOther Items of Interest R C Mattingly had a fine horse to die last week Mr and Mis W B Taul went to Cloverport shopping last Saturday Misses Ida and Callie Walls of Beech Fork visited Miss Lula Brickey last SundayGeorge Newman of Pisgah has gone to Evansville for an indefinite stay Mr and Mrd John Elder of Hites Run visited her mother Mrs Samuel Taul last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Ben McQuady accompanied by her sister Miss Nellie Mat tingly have returned to Evansville Mrs C B Pate of Cloverport who spent last week with her daughter Mrs Alf Hawkins has returned home Mrs Remus Pateof Cloverport came out last week and spent several days visiting her sons Luther and Curtis PateSam Laslie sold a uice lot of hogs to Cy Lillard lest week Mr and Mrs Jess Wilson and Mr and Mrs Chas Pate visited relatives at Tar Fork last Sunday Mr and Mrs James Nortnn of near Olover Creek and Mr and Mrs Will Laslie of Cloverport were the guests of Mr and Mrs Roscoe Laslie last Sun dayMr Samuel Muffett of Tar Fork celebrated his 80th birthday on April Ifith He entertained a number ot his friends and relatives and children to a sumptuous dinner There were about fifty in attendance Rev Cline of Hardinoburg preached at the Hickory Lick church last Sun day and hereafter will preach on every third Sunday Mr R J Laslie and family of Mat tingly will move to McQuady the first of May Mr Laslie will have charge of the school at that place this full We regret to lose Mr Laslie and family from our community- Mr Robert Wheatley and Miss Emma Mattingly were married on April 16 at St Marys church Rev Father Gabe officiating The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Mattingly and is a lovely young lady The groom is a prosperous farmer of the Rock Vale neighborhood THE DESTRICT SCHOOL A farclal Play To Be Given at Irvington By Home Talent The B Y P U of the Irvington Baptist church will present liThe Des trict School a farcial play in three acts on Saturday evening May 4 1907 at the Town Hall The public is cor dially invited to come and enjoy nn evening of Jollity and mirth areIMrs C F Marshall Mr and MrsJR Wimp Misses Eva Herndon Villa Drury Eva McGlothlan Essie Biggs and Mrs R B McGlothlan these with many others go to make up a school such as is not often found and of which not even Mr Hezikiah Pendigrass or Mr Joel Pile could fail to be proud Special Occasion Rates Henderson to Luuisville excursion Sunday April 28 Cloverport to Louis ville and return 126 on morning trains good returning the same date rouTOUCht yourtongue Io- ALUMI anti took in the glassyou will see the efteet You cant help puckering it makes you pucker to think of tasting it By the use ofso called cheap Baking Powders youtake this puckering injousAlum tight into your systemyou4 injure digestion tnd ruin your stomach AVOID AWN I Slipplainly I I ROYAL Royal1s made from pure refined Grape Cream of TartarCostsmore than but you have the profit of quality the profit of good health COL PEYTON DEAD Native of Breckenridge County Victim of Pneumonia at Confederate Home Col Alfred H Peyton a native of Breckenridg county died of pneumonia Monday afternoon at the Confederate Home in Pewee Valley Col Peyton suffered a severed accident as the result of a fall in Louisville about a month ago during an attack of vertigo and he was taken to the Confederate home for treat ment A severe case of pneumonia developed which caused his death Col Peyton was sixtysix years of age He was born and raised in Har dinsburg At the outbreak of the civil war he enlisted in the Confederate army and was later promoted to the rank of Colonel At the close of the war he be gan the study of law in Louisville and until the day of the accident was a well known lawyer at the bar of that city He was prominent both socially and po litically in Louisville and was well known in Masonic circles The body will be buried in Cave Hill cemetery this afternoon ANNUAL MEETING Of Fourth District Educators Held In Louisville Last Week Prof J P King principal of the Clo verport High school was in attendance upon the annual meeting of the prin cipals and superintendents of the schools of the Fourth Congressional District held at the Willard Hotel in Louisville Friday and Saturday of last week There were about twenty teachers in attendances On Friday the opening day the public schools of the city were visited Prof King gave a talk on Sciences Superintendent Joel H Pile of Hardinsburg was also present and delivered a talk on Literature Prof G L Crume formerly of this place but now of Buffalo Ky discuss ed Languages before the body CLOVERPORT WINS FROM HAWESVILLE The Cloverport and Hawesville ball clubs opened the base ball season on last Sunday afternoon with a game on the latters grounds Both clubs were in good condition and put up a creditable game the score in eighth inning standing 9 to 8 in favor of Cloverport In the latter part of the eighth inning a disputearoso over a decision of the umpire and the game was declared forfeited to Hawesville NEWS OF IRVINGTON J Given in Newsy Paragraphs By Our Hustling Corres pondentII The Misses Munford together with their brother Erisken3Iunford return ed last Tuesday from an extended trip to Oklahoma and Texas Mrs L B Moreman and son Louis 1 Bennett returned Sunday from Brandenburg I whery they were the guests of Mr and Mrs A W Moreman R E Hayes has returned to Louis ville after a short visit to relatives at Oakland Miss Nellie Smith after being the j guest of Miss Reba Lewis at Clover port for a few days returned Monday DW Henrys visiting her daughter I Mrs Clint Beauchamp at Hawosville I for an indefinite time- J F Claycomb left Saturday for New Haven on a business trip Mrs E W Graves and little son Jounious returned last week from a visit to relatives at Owensboro and CalhountMiss Mary Collins is visiting in Bran denburg for several days the guest of friendsMrs A B Coleman will return this week from Stithton where she has been the guest of her daughter Mrs Reeser Mr and Mrs JW Piggott spent two days in Louisville last week attending the Music Festival Bob Bell and family will leave this week for Louisville where they will make their future home G E Drury has returned from Cincinnati t where he went on a business I tr1ptt W St Claire left for Hardinsburg last week to visit his son J V St Claire Mrs Tom Ditto and daughter Virginia j have returned to Brandenburg after being the guests of Mr and Mrs F H McGehee for a week Miss Katharine Wimp left for Guston Sunday for a visit to Mr and Mrs Gus Richardson after a lengthly visit to her son J R Wimp- J K Bramlett left last Monday for West Point where he has the contract to build a handsome two story house for Mrs J W Applegate The Baptist Young Peoples Union will present the Destrict School in the Brown Hall on Saturday evening May 4 1907 Everybody is given a special invitation to come Mrs Tom Thomas of Newman has returned home after a visit to Mr and Mrs Casey Bush Mr and Mrs Ben Bates left Sunday for Kansas City where Mr Bates will r I IAlum go in business Charlie W Chapin of St Philip Louisiana is the guest of Mr and Mrs O Chapin Mr Chapins time has expired in the Navy where he has been for the last six years and he is here now for a rest Mrs Frank Claycomb and children left for Raymond last Saturday where they will visit Mr and Mrs John MercerMiss Gerty Stith of near Guston is a charming visitor of Misses Claudie and Maggie Bandy Neut Myers has moved his family here from Horse Branch into the vacant house on Main street owned by Mr R S Bandy Rev B F Wilson filled the pulpit at the Methodist church last Sunday bath morning and evening Two splendid and practical sermons were hoard by large and attentive congregation- Mrs J O Chapin and brothorinlaw C W Chapin spent Sunday in WebsteJ the guest of Mr and Mrs John Chism Ben Bates sold his barber shop and contents to Mr Williard Arnold last Saturday for f200 Mr Arnold has for his barber Mr Tilford from Fords villeMrs A W Moreman of Brandenburg is with Dr and Mrs L B More for several days f Remains Interred Here x I Elizabeth Windelin the little two yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs John Windelkin of Mt Carmel 111 died at their home on Sunday of heart disease The remains were brought here and the funeral services were con ducted from the residence of Mr W r H Windelkin grandfather of the Qe ceased on Monday afternoon at k oclock The interment was in the City jElizabethof Mr and Mrs Windelkin Their many sympathiie7wlththem WEDS TODAY 1 Mr E L English Marries Girl In Sunny Tennessee The marriage of Mr E L English of this city to Miss Kitty Hill of Frank lin Tenn will be solemnized at the home of the bride today Mr English is a popular young man of this city He isa fireman in the employ of the Henderson Route and is a valuable employe of the road The bride will be warmly welcomed to Clo verport The young couple will arrive here tomorrow night Iifii I Y r 1 4 JEWELRY k The finest and bestA p of all kinds Y Watches Clocks N Silverware I Holloware Flatware ffMusical instruments andifindings TIC1 Lewis Son 4 t Hardiisburg Ky t 4 SATISFACTION INILUMRER I Springls Opening Up 4 That Calls For Lumber Jh M TELLIUS WHAT YOU 4 I WANT TO BUILD 4 Well figure out the lum p worryingpi Satisfaction in lumber is a bin thing But you can get it hero CLet us have your lumber 44order today We have what you want I Seaton WeatiierholtG- lorerport 4 rri Ky I I WeakKidneys Weak Kidneys surely point to weak kidney Kerre The Kidney like the Heart and the Stomach awl their weakness not In tho organ Sault but In the nerve that control and guide Mid strengthen them Dr Snoops Restorative Is a medicine ipocifltwlly prepared to reach these controlling nfrvt To doctor the Kidneys alone b futile It 1 h u waste of time and of money as well If your bark aches or laI weak If the urine colds or IIs lark and strong If yon have symptom of Bright or other clltrivlng or dangerous kidney dteeHw try Dr Shoops Rettorattwa month tablets or LIgnidandI sae what It ton and will tofor you DriiKclil tvcominond and sell Dr Shoops t M RestorativeSEVERS i 1 i LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET GOU- NCOKrOItATCOf Fast Mall and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville 4Steamersl TarasconTell i Leave Louisville Monday Weduei day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p mII Through freight rates and passengci tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than bj rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville tl70 Clovorport Evansville 1 76- Cloverport Owenaboro 7- CSpleudldaccommodationa for BtockI Genera Office 154156158 4th at Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P AI6EOH WILSON Sot Snbscrlbe fritflie News iI Jo+ IoL o NEWS OF KENTUCKY r firtrey N11 Information C niim I Matters of Current InUrttt- U Kentuckian THE STATE NEWS IN A NUT HWLL Mere Are Found Acourately stallsI ttM Happenings of the LirfMt Im port Which Are Attracting Atten tlon Throughout Kentucky Frankfort Ky April InState In spector HInes has submitted to Gov ernor Deckham a report of an Invest gatlon he has been conducting for some months Into the tax collections In the county of Owen for the last tht teen years covered by the administra tlons of Sheriffs Juno Gayle P A Alexander and W P Swope and he charges deliberate and IntentionallI fraud by which the state governmentl during that time has lost about twenty thousand dollars Including penaltiesI and Interest to date Suits to recoveri the amounts from the bondsmen of the former sheriffs will result from the filling of the report- Pneumonias Deadly Work had so seriously affected my right lung writes Mrs Fannie Connor of Rural Route 1 Georgetown Tenn that I coughed continuously night and day and the neighbors prediction con sumption seemed inevitable until my husband brought home a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery which in my case proved to be the only real cough cure and restorer of weak sore lungs When all other remedies utterly fail you may still win in the battle against long and throat troubles with New Dis covery the real remedy GuaranteedI by Severs Drug Co 50c and 1 TrialII bottle free Gave Husband a Brain storm Cleveland 0 April 15 Alexander Neucla 29 years of age was shot and killed and Mary Canzo 25 years old mortally wounded by John Canzo the womans husband in a boarding house where Canzo is said to have found the couple Canzo escaped When you need a pill take a pill andI be sure its an Early Riser DeWittsI Little Early Risers are safe sure satisfactory pills The pills with a repu tation They do not gripe or sicken They are sold here ball druggists ANOTHER VICTIM One More Added to Death List IInI HarnlsCockrlll Feud Deattyvllle Ky April 15Cla y Thomas was arrested In Owsley county Sunday and lodged In jail here for the murder of Jesse Abner in thisI county Thursday night Thomas says Abner struck him withI a rock and came near knocking himI off his horse and that he drew his revolver and shot him The killing the result of the HargisCockrlll In which John Abner a relative Is a central figure The men are known to have quar reled here at the time John Abner was In Jail charged with the assassination of Dr Cox and Thomas had ac cused Abner with having been agains- the Hargises It Is said there was none o in the road at the time Abner was killed Abnor belongs to a prominent family his uncle William Abner be ing one of the wealthiest mon In this section CONFESSED ON STAND John Smith Gives the Story of Cock rills Assassination Lexington Ky April 17Tohn Smith charged with the assassination of Dr n D Cox went on the witness stand yesterday and confessed to the assassination of Jim Cockrill saying Bill Britton was not present but that he Curt Jett and John Abner killed Cockrill Smith fired once Jett four times and Abner three times Rundown People NEED VINOL the modern strength creator and body builder Many people right here in this vi cinity are all run down and hardly able to drag aboutdont know what ails them codlivercontains In a highly concentrated form all of the medlcnal and strength actually liversbutaddedWeand downtiredour offer to return money If it fans Severs Drug Co 1t tiu 7j rBUT IT WILL USE n FLED Illinois Suit Agalnit the Central Dji rnltstd byitht tiSuprem Court Springfield III April InThesupremo court has dismissed the suit of tthestato of IllinoisI Against the Iljinqjt Central Railway company for an ac counting and recovery of the states alleged share of gross receipts of the railroad In dismissing the suit the court gave leave to the attorney gen fileIeither In the circuit or superior court The question of jurisdiction of the supreme court was touched on In th brief oral decision which was renderedI by Chief Justice Scott The chief Jus lice announced that the court was di Tided as to whether the suit I revenue within the meaning of the con tltutlon and the court therefore 1In Its discretion decided not to assume Genreral Dempsey said that the suit wouldl be promptly reified either In the cir Quit court of Sangamon county or lathe I superior court of Cook county DU Together In River Bprtnfwood Va April 19 Stewart C Gay nfaetcen years old and Miss Mabel Hendleton seventeen years old committed suicide by leaping from the suspension bridge across Jackson river at Clifton Forge They had start ed to Washington to be married but were Intercepted at Staunton and brought back to CHCton Forge Both were Richly connected A Doing Business Again When my friends thought I was about to take leave of this world o iaccount of indigestion nervousness amI general debility writes A A Chis holm Treadwell N YHand when it looked as If there was 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 Guaran eed by Severs Drug Co 0c TOBACCO BEDS ARE SALTED Depredations In Tennessee and Ken tucky Threaten Heavy Losses IClarkesvllle Tenn April 19 destruction of tobacco plant beds iIn this district has reached an alarming stage and It Is feared that unless the depredations are speedily stopped there will be an unusually light crop During the past week a number of plant beds have been salted and the plants killed In Trigg county Ky the situation Is serious In the extreme Fully a score of plant beds have been de strayed tobacco rolled Into tho river warnings posted on the places of In dependent planters and trainmen hav even been threatened if they haul the tobacco of growers not connected with the association Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer EreeIIf 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 bon anytbl od or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches an l pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express II1 per large bottle 3 bottles for 2iOor 6 bottles fcr i Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlan ta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases as iit cures after all else fails KILLED BY A YOUTH Charles Fry Provoked Trouble with Jesse Moore and was Shot Mattoon III April 19Charles Fry well known In police circles was mortally wounded by a revolver shot fired by Jesse Moore nineteen years old The wounded man afterward died In Memorial hospital Fry was In a quar relsome mood and he continued to annoy Moore after Moore had refused to talk to him Moore Says that ho had trouble with Fry because of attentions to his mother and that later Fry an noyed his thirteenyearold sister and Fry was on his way to the Moore home at the time of the fatal encounter Moore surrendered to the police after the shooting and was removed to Jail at Charleston to await trial The cor oner has made a report simply show Ing that Fry was killed by a revolver hot fired by Moore ONE GOOD EFFECT Of the Thaw Trial May Be the Amend ment of Criminal Code Albany N Y April 19One of the aspects of the case of Harry K Thaw appears to be responsible for the In troduction In the senate by Senator Agnew of New Yorlt a bill designed to amend the criminal code in relation to Inquiry before trial Into the sanity of a defendant indicted for a felony In such a case either the defendants attorneys or the district attorney may apply to any justice of the court In which the Indictment is pending for an order committing the defendant to a state hospital for tho ineane for ob servation The motion shall be based upon affidavits executed by two duly qualified examiners In lunacy to the effect that tho defendant lg insane I Jii 4- cf sanis Haye Kidney Trouble Iftfho ad Dont now It Sow Touted Out I yourtarsediment oraet ding Indicates an I unhealthycon dld 1I nets if Jtatabu your linen it Is evidence of kidney trouble ttoo frequent desire to piss it or pain In ma back is also blae DoIknowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every In curing rheumatism pain In tthe dback kidneys liver bladder and every part correcblnabl1llytoIt or bad effects following use of liquor unpleasantli during the day and to get up many times Iduring the night The mild and the extra effect of SwampRoot Is soon realize It stands the highestt for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In50candl sires You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery teIlslIabsolutely free by mall I ORoolCOi flog reading this generous offer In this ptpe- Dont make any mtstakoibut remember the name JJ wamp Root Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y I on every antic = TABLEiMo 116 Daily Fast Train leaves Clorjrp 507 A M stops at Howard on flag only rrlve at Loulsvl1lo A M No 1IIZ lal1y 111 all and Kxpress leaves rerport 939 A M stops at all way statlo arrives Louisville 1215 p m Train No 114 Dally fastaatl leaves Clo verport 450 pm stops at all way stations east ot Oloverportexcept Mystic arrives Louisville 735 pm Train No 149 Dally except Saturday 01 0 verport accommodation arrives Oloverport 830om No 118 Express Saturday only leaves Cloverport 848 p m arrives Txiulsvillo 1125 p m makes all stops except Addison Sam Lolirunch WEST BOUND No 147 Dally except Sunday Clover Oloverport600ae pmr Train No 111 Dally fast mall and esa leaves Cloverport 1043 a m stops only at Hawesvllle Lewlsport Macco Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louts 720 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dally arrives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 115 dally St Louis fast train leavesGlo PM arrives Evansville 135 Averport1100t 40 A M stops at Haweavlll Owensboro and Henderson only No 117 Express Sunday only leaves Cl vtrport 925 a m arrives Evansvlllo 12M5 rm Makes all stops Except Iates Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping 145aeFordsville Branch EAST BOUND I Train No2 dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 430u n rrives Irvlngton 840 j am Train No 4 Dallv except Sunday leave PordsvlIla3SOp m arrives Irvington 520 j p1II Train No 6 Sunday only Fordsvlllo830a m Irvlngton903a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves j 2e45 pmTrain No leaves Irvington 650 m arrives Fordsvllle li25 u m = j The i I DodgingPeriod of A woman Mfe is the name often given to chMM a life Your menses come at IMC Intervals and grow scantier until they stop Tho change lasts three or four years and causes much pte and suffering which can however be cured by WINEOF takiogCARDU II i j Womans Refuge In Distress 1 It quickly relieves the pain nerv ousness irritability miserableness fainting dizziness hot and cold flashes weakness tired feeling etc Cardul will bring you safely through this dodging period and build up your strength for the rest of your life Try It You can get it at all druggists In 100 bottles EVERYTHING BUT DEATH Iluffrelit wrltMYlrxinU Robson of East cm Md until I took Ordul which cured me to quickly It surprised my doctor who didnt know 1 was taking It Professor Smith Dead Jacksonville Ill April 19Prof JOB Smith of Dudley England father of Countess Gallano of Madrid Spain is dead hes He was president of the Routt Musical college of Jacksonville CX0aX The kind You Rata AIw- ear 1IIjtII JJ s jjJjJ T o c orQmit Busimess I l 1 For personal reasons I find it necessary to quit business I have offered my stock and fixtures for sale in a lump and pending negotiations I am I going to offer at retail My Entire Stock of Goods at Less Than Wholesale Price t- t I 00Lf I J t i yV l Worth of new uptodate Merchan dise to choose from Nothing is re served everything must go This is an opportunity you should not miss Just mynsstore this cutpricesale will stop Do atnotdelay your buying Look Over the Goods and Make Selections Now H MEYERBig Spring Ky nd- r JOHN A BARRY J W PATE MARION WEATIIERHOL- TVlccPresPresident SecyTreas Cloverport Foundry Machine CoIncorporated 1I uu We aro pleased to announce to the public that we arc fully equipped and prepared to do on short order all kinds of Ma uptoedateprepared to make any kindl of an iron casting from the small est i woigntWe of Pipe and Pipe Fittings Mill r i J5 M PumpsBeltingHangers Grate Bars CarWhcels Lumber and Log Trucks RepairsBeltrPaint Babbit Metal best lubricating Oils and Greases Boiler fronts secondhand Enginetc GasolineI i etc Any thing in our line no mentioned we can make on short GuttoringSpoutingprepared to do all kinds ofgin this line promptly We Make Gasoline Bolt1 Work a Specialty Send us your work None fit is too difficult for us to handle Estimates furnished o application Correspondence solicited All work done injfira class workmanship order and f satisfaction guaranteed f h Cloverport oundry Mac- Cloverport e CO i Kentucky t THE NEWS AND LO T JE DAILY HERALD 200 I H 1 D 1 t T PIE CHANGE OF LIFE feasible Advice to Women from firs Henry Lee W firs Fred Certia and Mrs Pinkham f IIfb JII MRS HENRY LEE MRS FRED CERTIA Owing to modern methods of living not one woman in a thousand ap preaches this perfectly natural change without experiencing a train of very annoying and sometimes painful symptomsThis the most critical period of her whole existence and every woman who neglects the care of her health t at painWhencondition or she is predisposed to Apoplexy or congestion of any organ the tendency is at this period likely to become active and with a host of nervous irritations make life a burden At this time also cancers and tumors are more liable to form and begin their destructive work Such warning symptoms as sense of suffocation hot flashes headaches backaches melancholia dread of im pending evil palpitation of the heart irregularities constipation and dizzi ness are promptly heeded by intel ligent women who arc approaching the period of life when this great change may be expected Mrs Fred Certia 1014 So Lafayette Street So Lend Id writes Dear Mrs Pinkham Lydia E Pinkbain Vegetable Com pound is the ideal medicinel for women who a Trying to Evade City April 17A labor agents from the United it Is stated have been Quietly among the who now In this and de lire to enter the United States and Bald to of the in this to pro seed to the Texas border ports and declare that enroute to Cana da By this means they to enter of Into the United States as a mother has it It my life writes another is a for the of a childs Con tents on the bottle in plain doses 35 cents by all I are passing Change of Life For several months I suffered from hot flashes dxtremo nervousness headache and I had no and could not sleep I had made up my mind theowas no Help for mo until I began to use Lydia E my bad ceased and it me safely through the danger period built up my system and I am In excellent health I consider Lydia E unsurpassed for women during this trying period of life Mrs Henry Lee 60 Winter Street New Conn writes Dear Mrs Plnkham After untold for three years during Change of Lifo I heard of Lydia E I wrote you of condition and began to take Lydia E Com pound and followed your and today I am well and happy I can now walk anywhere and work as well as forV anyonejamI years I had tried get around without help I consider your medicine a balm for women Women this critical period should rely upon Lydia E Compound If there is about your case you dont to Mrs Lynn Mass for It is free and has to health medicine has been successful in restoring to health of women you cannot well say without trying IIWhennot it will help me It is your to yourself to try Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Laws Mexico numbers Japanese States operating are country are be instructing hundreds Japanese country they are hope Illegally hundreds Japanese Nothing so food Cascasweet who used 7writes babys Cascasweet vegetable corrective disorders stomach I English 50 druggists for Recommended THE through sleeplessness appetite Pinkhams Vegetable Compound symptoms brought Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Haven suffering misery Pinkhams Vegetable Compound llIkhamsVegetable advice previous sovereign sultering passing through Pinkhams Vegetable anything understand write Pinkham advice guided thousands believe duty Janapeso Four Children Cremated I Charlotte N C April 19Four children of Mrs W H McDade at Henrietta Rutherford county were burned to death last night in tliel dwelling The mother and father were fatally burned In efforts to res cue the little ones- Cutting Down Expenses St Petersburg April 17It Is un derstood that the budget committee of the lower house Is making headway In its examination of the flnancla schedule It has already made pro visional reductions to the amount of 11500000 Mr Chamberlain Hopeful London April IS Joseph Chamberlain ex colonial secretary in acknowl edging the receipt of a telegram of I i sympathy said I am promised com plete restoration to health and hope speedily to resume public work 14 + ++ + N ++++ 0 N The Bank of Hardinsburg- and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000- B F BKARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUL CUMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity I Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byFire or Burglary 1 j i iUTHE LEADING AMERICAN MAGAZINE i JJgThECENTLJRY i il1 IN 1907 Dii IThree Great THE SHUTTLE Serial NovelsI I An International Hodgson Nov BurnettI l COME AND FIND ME f A Novel of the Far North 6 6By Elizabeth Robins t RUNNING WATER A Novel of Travel and Adventure By the Author of The Four Feathers I AN IMPORTANT ARTICLE Ill THEODORE ROOSEVELT THE PANAMA CANAL By Secretary William H Taft THE GERMAN EMPERORS VOICE WHISTLER IN PARIS AND IN VENICE PAPERS ON GARDENING FARMING AND I ARCHITECTURE FRENCH CATHEDRALS ILHSTRATBD SEVENTY IVB SHORT STORIES 1 1PAPERSON ART 0 t AMERICAN CIVIL WAR iThree Short Serial Supplementing the Centurys ramous War Series It p 4 ROW THE WAR GENERAL HOWARDS LINCOLN IN THE C WAS FINANCED REMINISCENCES TELEGRAPH OFFICE An account of the career of Personal recollections of Lin The story of exciting days r JayCooke From unpublished coln Grant and other lead contributed by the telegra S documents Illustrated ers of the time Illustrated pher of the War Department THE FINEST COLOR WORK OF THE MAGAZINES MrsreI charge If they ask for them on suscribing the August September and Octo bar tgo6 numbers sad thus get tint c aptera of Kunnlnr Water the stroag novel by A E W Meson author oil The Four Feathers Thus sub Iscdbara get flnaCD numbers fortis price oftwelve SubacrfpUon price 500 The CfBtmry Ce Uaiea SqHare New YerK City t OIL TRUST GUILTY Jury Decides Against Standard 011 Company of Indiana on 1463 Counts of the Indictment LIABLE TO FINE OF 29600000 the Jury In Judge Landls Court Was Out Lees Than Three Hours and Came to a Conclusion of Big Company Guilt on First Ballot Chicago April 16The Standard Oil Company of Indiana which has been on trial for the past six weeks before Judge Landis In the United States district court on a charge of having received rebates from the Chicago Alton railroad on shipments of oil from Whiting Ind to East St Louis 111 was found guilty on 1463 counts out of the original 1903 In the Indictment The remaining 440 counts were dropped from the Indictment on account of errors The oil company Is liable to a One of 29260000 as the Elkins law which the Indictment charged the company with having violated provides a fine of 1000 to 20 000 for each offense Pending decision on a motion for a new trial the court will not pass sentence on the company The jury was out less than three hours and reached a verdict on the first ballot The prosecution of the oil company was based upon the alleged violation of the Elkins act In the shipment of oil from AVhltlns Ind to St Louis over the Chicago A Alton railroad During the trial evidence was sub mitted by the government showing that while the published tariff of tho railroad filed with the Interstate com merge commission named 18 cents per 100 pounds as the rate between Whit Ing Ind and Fast St Louis IlL tho Standard ell Company of Indiana was given a special rate of 6 cents The defendant company pleaded Ig norance of the requirements of the Elkins law as being responsible for them accepting a rate lower than the published tariff 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 torCatarrh of the nose and throat Make the free test and see Address Dr Sliocp Racine Wis Large jars 50 cents Sold by Severs Drug Co Suspicion of Foul Play Mnrlon 0 April 19Thu charred body of Charles Hursey aged ninety who lived In the outskirts of the city were found in the ruins of his home which had been burned to the ground Coroner Brady said that Huraey un doubtedly was murdered and the house tot on fire With Hursey lived a col tred man who is missing Remembered by Colleagues Springfield Ill April 19Postmast er Campbell of Chicago vho has lied with the secretary of state his resignation as senator of the twenty first district was given a massive chest of silver by his colleagues In the senate What is it that tastes as pleasant as maple sugar and quickly relieves coughs and colds Mothers who have used it will quickly answer Kennedys Lax ative Cough Syrup The pleasant cold remedy that expels the cold through its laxative action on the bowels Conforms strictly to the Pure Food and Drugs Law Contains no opiates Sold by all druggists Took Lantern to Bed Petersburg Ind April 19Otto Simpson eighteen years old having cold feet took a lighted lantern to bed with him During the night he kicked over the lantern which set fire to the bed clothing and burned his feet All the furniture in the room was ruined before the fire could be extinguished and the house and con tents narrowly escaped destruction Regatta on Wabash Planned Danville Ill April 19Some motor boat enthusiasts are planning to organize a club and invite a number of Indiana boat owners particularly men of Lafayette Covlngton and New port to Join The boats will operate on the Wabash river A regatta week and racing events are contem plated One is from Lafayette through to Terro Haute The News No Pure Drug Cough Cure Laws would be needed if all Cough Cures were like Dr Shoops Cough Cure isand has been for 20 years The national Law now requires that if any poisons enter into a cough mixture it must be printed on the label or pack ageor this reason mothers and others should insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure No poison marks on Dr Shoops labelsand none in the mcdi cine else it must by law be on the label And Its not onlv safe but it is said to be by those who know it best a truly remarkable cough remedy Take no chance particularly with your chil dren Insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure Compare carefully the Dr Shoope package with others and see No poison marks tberel Yau can alwayu be on ue safe side b demanding Dr Snoops Cough Cure Simply refuse to accept any other Sold by Severs Drug Co- Y MUST GO c1b WHERE Kentuckys Horses Do Not Suit the Kaisers Buyer Lexington Ky April 17Dr Ar nold Frank personal representative of Emperor William of Germany who was sent here to purchase a thousand thoroughbreds for use of German army officers announced that he could not find Kentucky horses to answer his puropses and will try some other state He bought eight horses In Kentucky and will ship them to Ger many at once Bilteu by a SplJer Through blood poisoning caused by a spider bite John Washington of Bos I queville Tex would here lost Ills leI which became a mass of running sores hart he not been persuaded to try Buck lens Arnica Salve He writes The ti t application relieved and four boxes heaed nil the sores II25C Guaranteed at Severs Drug Co Election Contest gases Frankfort Ky April ISOral ar gum nt of the election contest cases Involving thirty offices In the city of Louisville has begun before the Ken tacky court of appeals here The ar gument will take up the time of the court for the next five days Attorney A J Carroll of Louisville led off for the Democratic contestcos HP Ill be followed by Attorney W Mur iiall Bullitt also of Louisville for the Re publican contestees Good for everything a salve is use 1 for and especially recommended for PileII That is what we say about De Witts Carbolzed Witch Hazel Salve That is what twenty years of usage has ptovn Get the original Sold by all druggists I For Emergencies at Home for the Stock on the Farm SloeoYs Liiximeivt Is awhole medicine chest Price 25c 50c lQO Send For free Booklet on HOI ssCtHleHcas S Poultry Address Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass ft mdHas Evidence Enough Lexington Ky April 13 Attorney Floyd Byrd for the prosecution o William Brltton said today that John Abner who Is charged with the as sassination of Dr B D Cox had written a statement and sent It to him Byrd I giving details of his part In the Breathitt county murders but that ho hull refused to accept th confession as he had evidence enough to convict all the defendants without promising Abner Immunity from prosecution for his turning states evidence TGuarding Against Mob Lexington Kv April l6The Jail at neattyvilU Tee county Is guarded to prevent a tool from lynching Cloy Thomas and his fatherinlaw Levi Reynolds who are charged with kill ing Jesse Abner Thomas has con fessed and was held to the grand Jury without hall The killing was a result of the old HargiHrockrill feud Ab nor was of the Harris faction CA JS T O HX A Bear theThe Kind You Hate Always 8IIjII Bignatnre of j EG a I I I I III III II II I Purpose Horses II- II Breed to a Thoroughbred Stallion B I IIHeImparts Stamina Endurance I I Quality and Intelligence I I I I THOROUGHBRED STALLIONS ARE BEING PLACED OVER THE STATE IBY THE KENTUCKY BREEDING BUREAU AT A COST OF THOUSANDS OF ffM- II1II DOLLARS TO IMPROVE THE GENERAL CLASS OF HORSE STOCK THE PEO I1 PLE OF THIS SECTION HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO BREED TO A SPLENDID RIGHT HERE AT HOME HE I- SBRANTOME lONE I I I ELEVENYEAROLD BROWN HORSE BRED IN ENGLAND AND IMPORT IED TO THIS COUNTRY BY EDWARD CORRIGAN BRANTOME IS BY ST 1- I IROMII HAMPTON BLOOD HAS PROVED MOST EFFECTIVE AND HAS GIVEN THE III TURF MANY FAMOUS HORSES INilI YEAR WHEN A NUMBER OF TWOYEAROLDS WILL BE RUNNING FOR ItitIraHE IS THE PROPERTY OF THE KENTUCKY BREEDING BUREAU ANDtWAS DONATED BY THEM TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS SECTION HE WILL MAKE THE SEASON OF 1907 AT MY PLACE IN BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY AT ITHE NOMINAL PRICE I 10 OFIto Insure I EXCELLENCEIII COME TO SEE HIM AND YOU WILL BETTER REALIZE HIS I IDI CGlendeaune MoormanKy y abv + + r1 Y Nee n aas MM w unit aa a rf7 1 r1 i sRECkfhR1DGE NEWSI JNO D BABBAQE SONS H1 ffPublishing Co Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 1S6 If paid at the end of year i t CARDS OF THANKS over flvo lines cbarjtd or At the rate or 10 centsper line OBITUARIES charged for at the iatc ii w t b w into per lino Money In advance 1J = Rsamlnn the label on your paper IMIt Iii totcorrect clcase notify as = When ordering a change In the address inbwrlbers should give their old as wel as the new address EIGHT PAGES = WEDNESDAY APRIL 24 1907 DcMT r RJNT GEATLJSMK t f A few of tho county officials have t taken offense at the following paragraph r which appeared in The News in its i is sue of the 10th inst and have been t ding high horse since its public r lion xSCommissioner St Clair says we can have f t Bohlcr this year to look utter our roads i1 Time ho was doing something more than pay r log political debts at a cost to this district of nearly 1300- 0These gentlemen claim that their hon- estyk I has been impeached that we have accused them of going south with the l money above referred to and other im modest acts that are calculated to arouseI even the ire of Sis placid Maud While The News is still of the opinic that no intelligent conclusion can Itbe drawn from the above paragraph to theI effect that the officials in any way cor nected with the road supervisors appointment or work appropriated funds tItoI their personal use or flagrantly squandered I the money we wish to place our t selves in a correct attitude with thos J misconstruJh The News believes that the funds en trusted to our former road supervisor for use upon the public thoroughfares of this district could have been more judic iously spent in the hands of some man of wider experience but disclaims any in tention of castirg a reflection on the in tegrity of the supervisor Furthermore c the appointment of the former road supervisor of this district did not mee with the popular approval of those he was to serve if public opinion freely ex pressed is an indication and as a peti tion from the citizens of this district to the commissioner immediately prior 10 the appointment will testify I The News desires now to put into c words the inference to be drawn from t the paragraph quoted above to the effect that the commissioner should respect the popular choice of the people of any dis trict in the appointment of a supervisor for their needs and that when their de mands are ruthlessly cast aside the fun- s damental principles of self government are ignored Commissioner St Clair apparently has been handicapped in the discharge 4 of his duties arising from political a promises made by the powers that be I I but leftl alone as he now is to act inde c pendent of any one we confidently ex pect to witness good results from his officialactions Spring cleaning time not only with the women folks about the houses but with the men folks about their property and the town in general is at hand and no possible time should be lost in rid ding the town of the refuse and unsight rlyobjects that have accumulated during the winter months Cloverport is as r healthy a town to live in as can bs found and as such is widely known Civic pride has never been lacking in Clover port and the citizens need only their attention t called to the matter of Spring I cleaning and the work will be done It will prevent probably serious illness and I perpetuate the reputation the town so j justly deserves of being one ot the pret I tiest and most desirable towns to live in I in the State Let every one get to work about his premises whitewash the ohtbuildings get the refuse out of the way and give his attention to any other work that tends to beautify the town and put it in firstclass sani tary condition Cloverport Is enjoying a healthy build Ing boom The desirableness of this little city as a place of residence appeals to those who love life surrounded with I beauty health and socialibility and work aplenty to do for willing hands As a consequence Cloverport needs more residences to house her people and those who are able are building their own homes while those who have monoI oy to invest are putting it into cottages to supply the demand In every part of the town residences are going upcredi table buildings adding to and beautifying the townand the boom will contin 1uoas long as the present growing demand continues There Is plenty of employment f r and the homes will be quickly supplied to those desiring a permanent residence in Cloverport Fish stories and Sprite poems will blossom out with the first pretty days I flt i to ll r FI fThey t i I i i t i 1 i I j grou a from will Glen Haven load of James their and is was in week corn thisI Mc on fishI frui theyI book en and life of the and ani eel au office both 4 1907 un busi i small vary make before 1J i 31 i I I ag to be of theo and I young total or i from men the come be F W suort postal pros provl I the Is the the its Nov 60 days 2250 I ri LAST WARNING Iin the B F Beard Co Wapn Contest Some lively interest has been manifested and several are iin thefheat of the contest Get busy quick if you want to have a chance at THE EBBERT before the contest closes We intend to see that this Wagon goes out to some of our worthy customers and that too in strict accordance with the rules laid down openedIis made all over strength elegance in makeup make it all that one could wish in a Wagon- A I Wagon that we retail regularly at 6750 to be given to our suc cessful contestant FREE Its open for your inspection We invite any just criticism and defy competition quality considered t 12 OCLOCK MAY 1st 1907 All tickets must be in by that time They will be carefully counted by a committee of disinterested parties who will ascertain who is enti tled to the wagon and as soon thereafter as possible the Wagon will be awardedREMEMBERThe contest closes at close of business on April 30th No more tickets will be issued in this contest after April 30 and on May 1 the Wagon will be given to the successful contestant Get in the band wagon and come on there is yet time to make your self felt or to win a splendid Wagon before we close on April 30 All tickets from February 1stJ to April 30th inclusive will be eligi ble tickets and none other Please use extra caution and do not let anyCC ticket not so dated get into your pack I To the Successful Contestant I Come and get your Wagon on flay 1st 1907 To the PublicII jBRBFARDCO1tII I l nlfnlfUnnn mot it Remember Our Full Line offf SPRING SUITSII IIIn all the best and Latest Patterns Guar a all- Wool 2 to 12 I I Dry Goods Gress Goods Trimmings Notions and most everything for Ili Men Women and Children to wear Lowest price on Genuine German IMillet Seed Highest prices for Country Produce Right Goods Right Treatment Right Prices Come to see us if we dont do you better go elsewhere well thank you for the call just the same t REMEMBER OUR AUCTION SALE NEXT SATURDAY I I Glasscock Co Kodol GlendeaneIcy I ItBm FOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT RellsTts Indigestion Sour Stomach Belehlne of Gas fits nirAKID ONLY AT THE LABORATORY OF 1 E C DeWITT 2c COMPANY CHICAGO ILLrFor Sale by all Druggists J ic Ik A iLt l f trt i jI Ibhe Breckenridge News i WEDNESDAY APRIL 24 1907 L PERSONAL AND LOCAL i Miss Edna Jarboe is visiting in Skill man Mrs Kramer has been visiting ii EvansvilleNew inI Magazines for sale at the News office Jidiei Home Journal for Maya News office Best line of Shoes in town et Sha pinsky Bros- Shapinsky Bros lead in styles for Spring HatsI Miss Laura Hale was home from Pell Villa Sunday Arthur Blaine of Stephensport was hero Sunday Chas Moorman was home from Ver sailles Sunday- Shapinsky Bros carry the famous Fitrite clothes Harpers Bazar for May on sale at the News office Mrs Robert Pierce has returned home from Louisville Hilary Hardin has returned home from Louisville Miss Benlah Wright of Lyonia is the guest of friends Miss Olivia Fallon is visiting relatives I in Haweswille Miss Gracd Ferry returned to Louisville Monday morning Mr and Mrs Will Donhau of Tobins port were here Monday Miss Carrie Tucker has been the guesti of relatives in Louisville Miss Nell Smith of Irvington is the guest of Miss Reba Lewis Miss Verlie Windelkin is visiting rel atives in Nashville Tenn Otto Fallon of Kosmosdale spent last week here with his parents f Mr and Mrs Chas Berry have re turned home from Mt Carmel Ill Mrs George Bentley of Hawtsville s the guest of Mrs Chas Lightfoot Mrs Marion Ryan arrived here fiom the South last week to visit relatives Mr and Mrs Kyler of Hawesville have been visiting Mrs Tony Nichols For Sale Household furnishings at low prices this weekMrs N A Ryan Messrs Drake Sexton and Emmett Mattingly are In Hardinsburg this week Miss Sallie Lightfoot of Hawesville S is visiting Dr and Mrs F L Light foot fMiss Mamie Graham has returned home frrm a visit to friends in Owens boro Croft Beecham of Hardinsburz has been the guest of Mrand Mrs Nathaniel Tucker Miss Lucile Sterrett of Hawesville has been the guest of Miss Marion Bowmer r Mrs Chas Kiel and little daughters of Kosmosdale have been visiting rela tivetj here Miss Nannie Williamson of Hender son was the guest of Miss Josephine Berry Sunday Dr J L Moormau has been confined + to his bed for a week from a complica I Itionof diseases L Mrs D H Severs and daughter Miss Lula attended the musical festival in Louisville last week Mrs Lillian Parker has returned to Jber home at Tar Springs after a visit to V relatives in Chicago i L E Pate and L V Perkins came cf down Saturday night from Kosmosdale to visit their families Mrs J E Keith returned home from Henderson Sunday after a visit to her brother Mr M J LaHeist Mr and Mrs C M McGlothlan of j West Point were guests of Mr t nd Mrs James Younger Sunday 1 Mr and Mrs John L Windelkin and daughter Hortense have returned to their home at Mt Carmel Ill 1 Mr and Mrs Dismore and daughter Helen of Louisville are the guests of Mr and Mrs Clyde Morrison V Mrs John Burn who hat been suffer ing for several weeks with a sprained ankle is very much improved Mrs Dan S Burks and Miss Beseie t T Mitchell of Addison were the guests of Mrs Edward Gregory last week Prof and Mrs J P King attended the teachers meeting at the Willard hotel in Louisville Friday and Satur 4 day Joseph Fallon and daughter Miss Surah of Medora spent a part of Fri day and Saturday with relatives in Cloverport Gen and Mrs David R Marray anil Mrs Morris Beard have returned to Hardinsburg after a visit to Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry- Quarterly conference will be hell Sunday at the Methodist church Rev Hays presiding elder will conduct the Tmorning services r 1 W B Taul of Mattingly was in toWn Saturday and renewed bis sub tll f scription to the News He has been subscriber for thuly years Mrs A G Wright and daughter Beulah of Lyonia visited her sister Miss Jennie D Patterson at Mr and Mrs J I Dyers last week and attend ed Presbytery Mrs James Harris went t Louisville to attend ih commencement exereise- of the Louisville School of Pharmacy Her sou 1 Edward Harris is a member of the graduating class Miss Julia Todd secretary and Mrs J R W Stnitu president of the mis siotiitry societies of the Louisville Pre byteiy wen gutsts of Mrs Frank PntJz duiing me meeting the Presbytery lure- Edward Harris went to Louisville I Monday to accept a position at T P Taylors drug store In Lonisville Mr Harris has finished his course at the Louisville School of Pharmacy and passed the sxxmination making a good grade but will not receive a diploma until his twentyfirst birthday which will be in November There were twoI other graduates iu his class who were under age i Increased Ice Rates To Our Patrons Owing to the general increase in op erating expense it will be necessary to increase our rate to 40 cents per hundred pounds We make you a special discount of 10 per cent where you pay cash at time Coupon Books are issued Books will sell as follows j 10pound Coupons 225 net 25pound Coupons 800 I 50pound Coupons 800I100pound Coupons 1600 j We will also have Coupons in slip t from which will sell viz I 10pound Coupons 11 Coupons for 50 cents 10pound Coupons 22 Coupons for 100 H Where bills have to be collected byI collector full rate will be charged and t discounts are intended to apply only to I persons paying at office of Company All unused Coupons will be redeemable I J at any timeat their actuul cash value i ankint you for the part and hoping I your continued patronage I If MVe remain yours truly I CloverpdE t Water Light Ice Co By A L Fort Vice President I Human Ant Eaters There Is a Chlnnmnu In New YorkI who hns a sign over his door thatI reads Strange Food Exotics What I to Eat says that he sells a hundred of tho funny little gray biscuits that beI keeps with his other odd stock eYerII month at 2GO each The biscuits areI made from the dried and compressed bodies of African white ants and there are people who can eat them without saying lghICard of Thanks We wish to thank the many friends who were so exceedingly thoughtfulandI kind to us in our recent bereavement of the loss ot our little daughter Elizabeth Mr and Mrs John Windelkin SLEEP BROKEN BY ITCHING ECZEMA Skin of Whole Body Covered for a YearAwful Itching Kept Sufferer Awake Half the Night Tried All Kinds of Remedies but They Had No Effect CUTICURA REMEDIES A PERFECT SUCCESS I wish to let you know that I have used one set of Cutlcura Remedies ono cako of Cuticura Soap ono box of Cuticura but two vials of Cuticura Resolvent Pillswhich cost mo a dollar and twentyfive cents in all For ayear I have had what they call eczema I had on Itching all over my body and when I would retire for tho night It would keep me awako halt tho night and tho more I would scratch tho more it would Itch I tried all kinds of rem edies but could get no relief A friend of mine told mo to try tho Cuticura Remedies which I did and am very I glad I tried them for I was completely cured If any of my friends should bo troubled with tho same disease I will cheerfully recommend tho Cuticura Remedies and if I know any ono who wants to know how I cured I shall be glad to tell them Water V Paglusch 207 N Robey St Chicago III Oct 8 and 10 1906 CUTICURAT- he Great Skin Cure and Purest and Sweetest of Emollients Cuticura Ointment is beyond question tho most successful curative for torturing disfiguring humors of tho skin and scalp including loss of hair yet compounded in proof of which a single anointing with Cuticura Ointment preceded by a hot bath with Cuticura Soap and followed in thoseverercases by a doso of Cuticura Resolvent Liquid or Pills is often sufficient to afford Immediate relief in tho most distressing forms of itch ing burning and scaly humors eczemasaIrashes and irritations permit sleep and point to a speedy cure when most if not all other remedies and oven physiciansI fall Ohm and InttlllAt Treatment for Every Tumor 01 Infants Children and Adults con ef5ta or CUticura toap 250 W sienna the Skin CUticura OIntment We W ilea the akin and CUtl cura Itrnolvent We or In the form or Chocolate Coated 11115 25o per vIal of 001 W Purity the mood ltoldthrou L out the world Potter Drug k chew chap Bole Props Boston Maa- swManed Free A hook on Skin M6lttlons I aNEW COACHES Henderson Route Makes Great Improvement in Passenger Departments i The Hinders c Route has put in op station on its road five new passenger coaches They are a great improve ment over the ones that have been in use and were matte with nn eve to beauty as well ns comfort They are much larger accommodating about eighty people are finished in oak and the seats are made of green plus Our Kansas Subscribers Every month we send out cards to our subscribers notifying them of the expiration to the Breckenridge News and we note with pleasure that our Kansas subscribers who are former Preckenridge county people as a majority are more prompt about send Ingin their renewals than the majority of subscribers in the other States Wonder why It is either because they have at all times the ready money in Kansas or that they are so eager to hear from their old home that they without hesitating renew their subscip tion to their home paper We think the latter is the case I Just this week we received a renewal from Mrs Margaret Brickey of Nicker son Kans with the words The News is like a letter from home and I must have it We have received other letters like this from Kansas and we assure our subscribers who dwell in that productive state that we home folks are just as glad to know they like to hear from us as they are glad to get the letter from home II Card of Thanks We the children of Mrs Toy A Simmons wish to extend thanks to our many friends for their kindness during the sickness and death of our beloved motrfer Children Special Weekend Excursion Fares Tvery Saturday trains 113 114 115 and 118 end all trains Sunday Round- trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates to local points good to return Sunday Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they can not reach the seat of the disease Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease and In order to cure It you must take Internal reme dies Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter nail y and acts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine tfnus prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and Is a regular prescription It Is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers actinic directly on the mucous surface The cerfect combination of the two Ingredients Is what produces such wonderful results In curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free K J CHENEY Co Props Toledo O Sold by Druggists price 75c Take hulls Family Pills for constipation SMALL AND LARGE PROFITS are equally welcomed in this institution and receive the same courtesy and at tentionWe invite you to open an account Paying bills by check is one of the greatest conveniencies and safeguards a business man can have and the satis faction of having a growing balance in the bank results in greater care in ex pendituresBANK OF CLOVERPORTO- LOVERPORT KY ffAuctioneers 4t M + WantsAdvertisements Inserted under this head alone cent a word per week X1ANTEDTo buy 10000 feet of poplar weatherboarding Cloverport Planning MillSTJtAYEUlrom lilY farm near Stephens sows ono weighing about welKhsuooutroolpoundsme or any Information leading to their recovery W 111 Gilbert StejHionsport Ky FOIL SALES400 will buy 164 acres of good corn or wheat land with hickory bottomAddressLos Angeles California VlANTFI A lady preferable of middle age to take charge of u household and do general housework for a family of tour where there Is a girl In her fourteenth year to help Water In the Louse and other things reasonably convenient References rc ulrfd und I shall willingly give reference If re quested Address A bL IIARUIN Lodl burg Ivy FOR SALE Oold ring with pretty setting 4forfIi5 Exchange Department orBreckenrldge News Cloverpt iC- yWANTEDA good Jersey cow fresh Win JyISALE 106 acres of land laying on the- branch railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn IB acres cornlorparticulars write the Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky FOR SALE PIUNTINO Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Oas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE 510 3rd Street Louisville Ky- SALFSSIEN WANTEDThree salesmen county township und railroad surveys of Kentucky These surveys are u splendid compilation of facts figures and drawings and of wonderful value Counties rind towns are fully Indexed and populations of each are given Railroads plainly shown and distances bet watn all stationsalsoglven Congressional districts outlined and num bored A splendid opportunity for energetic men Rand McNally ft Co Chicago III FOR SALEBook of Destiny fortune book at News otllce rrl For Sale Cheap I IJ5I h SawhM Forge Wood Lathe set ofm W Taps and Dies Emery 1ft Stand Work Bench Auto j mobile Delivery Wagon Call at Bashams Shop JVJ r Bargains In DUROCS m ylor Quick Buyers m 1 AInwill sell my aged Boar and three W yl young ones Also four Gilts dirt W cheap 7 EaPa HARDAWAYJ Irvington Kyh 125 To Louisville and Return VIA The Henderson Route Sunday April 28 Dont fail to visit White City Opens April 27 Louisvilles 300000 amusement resort dedicated to merriment and mirth Fifty hlgh class shows and at tractionsCREATORS BAND Admission 10 cents STBAbUTrain Leaves Cloverport at 507 a m and 939 a m For full information ask F D Ferry Ticket Agent Cloverport Ky Farmers and Breeders Take Notice There will be an AUCTION SALE of Pure Bred Poland China Bred Sows at Alurphyt stable 16th and Main StsfLouisville Ky SATURDAY APRIL 27 beginning at 1230 p m These are a fine lot of Sows bred for early litters to a champion Boar and from the great GlenMeadows Herd Shepherclsville Ky There will be money in attending this sale Free Entertainment at Fifth Avenue Hotel JT Write NOW for Catalogue to either of the unnersigned Farmers Home Journal Louisville Ky j COL ROM VINNEDGE Hope 1 COL II L IGLEIIART IndII1 GLENMEADOWS STOCK FARM 5hepherdsvlle Ky f I0u 0 I IMEET ME AT NOLTES I l I 250 300 350 400 is a reason why IThere r Queen Quality SHOES are preferred above all others 4 by women of discrimination and taste r To ordinary Shoes they are as a I Worth gown is to an ordinary dress II JOnlyI a shoemaking genius can impart J EI their chic and style and marvelous fit j Shoes could be produced in small 1mIISuchI 4 only at an extravagant t II bringI b you pay for ordinary Shoes J I I IJI Ic Cloverport KyIi The t Psxint Proposition is a hard one LetIus help you IH n == == SEVERS DRUG CO t m WJ II BERT II- II BEAVIN II II PAINTS II Peoples I I II Houses I J Business Change I Having purchased Miss Franks interest in the Millinery firm of Polk Frank 1 will still be foundat my old stand and invite all the ladies intthe 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 am a beautiful line of Flowers Ribbons etc Will have this weeksome of the well known Gage Pattern Hats Also have Ladies readymade Skirts and most everything in Ladies Furnishings I will call es pecial attention to our long elbow length Silk Gloves at 175 j cheaper than can bo bought else where I have a trimmer of experience who can lit you in a Hat from 75 cents on up Also ask all parties indebted to the firm of Polk tC Frank to come forward und settle their accounts at once for we MUST get our business settled as soon as poss- ibleMRS u u R T POLK CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL GREGORY COMPANY PROPRIETORS i KENTUCKYii We have Contractor James M Lewis associated withus acanfurnish plans and estimates for buildings Our Mill Work is of good material and best workmanship and our prices are reasonable We have several grades of roofing at prices from 1 to J325 per squareOur best Ruberiod will last as long as the building tjiuj SALES are constantly increasing which is the best proof of the satisfac tion CADICKSI FLOURi- s spentforpleasos your cook for without it she can not place before you results that are sure to please you Try Cadicks Gold Dust Flour C MelleMAKERSGrandyiew Iixd 1lf t t I w M awyj r- i r l GreatIII Relief t During that trying period in which women so often suffer from nervousness backache sick headache or other pains 1 there is nothing that can equal f Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They stop the pains soothe the nerves and give to t Woment- hef relief so much desired If Jttaken on first indication of pain or misery they will allay the irritable condition of the nerves and save you further K suffering Those who use them r at regular intervals have ceas ed to dread these periods They contain no harmful drugs and leave no effect upon the heart t or stomach if taken as directed i They give prompt relief I have been an invalid for t years I have neuralgia rheumatlsi and pains around the heart By using Dr Miles AntiPain Pills I am relieved of the pain and get sleep and rest I think had I known of r r the Pain Pills when I was first taken RIck they would have cured meIl recommend them for periodic pains MRS HENRY FUNK E AkronO Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first package will benefit If It falls he will return your money t 25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind I Bnormoua Reoord flaed up Washington April aThe defon deIft the trial of Blngor Hermann for Mrortng public records closed Ita tee t lOqoor today In its tooth week and t1 With 5000 pages of record made the trial Is the longest criminal prosecu 1 lion had in the district courts for r twenty years 4 Chicago April 10Fred A liusse was install d as mtiynr of Chicago at the rrjtiilgr turning of the city coin cil IBJU t q When your back hurts it is almost always a warning from your kidneys When your kidneys arc wrong there is nothing so good hs the use of DeWitts I Kidney and Bladder Pill They as sist the kidneys Sold hy all druggists ri It t Mgr ORAH PROTESTS Senator Says Indictment IIs Result of Political Conspiracy Washington April 17The depart ment of Justice has asked for complet- details of he Indictment of United States Senrtor W E Borah of Idaho who according to the Information that has reached the department is charg ed with conspiracy to defraud the gov ernment in land transactions Borah was recently elected senator to succeed Fred Dubois He had been counted an administration man ands at this time special attorney em ployed to assist in the prosecution of William I Haywood secretary and treasurer of the Western Federation of Miners for the murder of former Governor Steunenberg Borah has notified the department that his indictment is the result of political conspiracy and has asked that the proceedings in the federal court of Idaho be held up until the department of Justice can review the evidence on which he was WAR IS OVER I President ef Honduras Submits to the Inevitable Managua Nicaragua April 13The Honduran forces who have been be sieged in Amapala by the Nlcaragu ans have capitulated unconditionally President Bonilla has taken refuge on the American cruiser Chicago He will not be permitted to disembark on ontral American soil The capitula lion was arranged by Commander R M Doyle of the Chicago The Salvadorean forces which were it Amapala are returning to La Union The Price of Health The price of health in a malarious district IP lust 25 cents the cost of box of Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Ella Slayton of Noland Ark New Life Pills cleanse gently and impart new life and vigor to the system 25c Satisfaction guaranteed Severs Drug Co Didnt Keep It Long St Paul Minn April 19The 25 000 stolen from the office of the North ern Express company at the Union de pot Tuesday night has been recovered by the police Tohn Gunderson the suspected robber who was arrested confessed to the police where he had kidder the money 6iiS Nt1tT1 tD ttllNidtNOitMi OlStl tiNtNNSO LOW RATES FROM LOUISVILLE VIA Southern Railway In effect daily after larch 1 to April 30 and September 1 to October 31 inclusive i j 3400 Helena and Butte rl 3550 Spokane j11- r 3800 Portland Tacoma and Seattle 3800 San Francisco Los Angeles and K other CALIFORNIA pointsICorresponding rates to other points in the West and Northwest Cheap one way colonist tickets and round trip horaeseekers ickets willaIo be sold on March 5th and 19th and April 2d nd 16th to Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and other points in the Southwest and Southeast For maps folders and complete information call on your i oiila ont or KYC j I Ky j J 0 BEAM JR Asst Gen Pass Agent St Louis Mo I iTHEFifth Avenue 11Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL 4 a a indicted a The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the cltjJmaklDK a 1200 rate Only one block from the principal Bhopplojrfdistrlct and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the cityII I t WHY WE LAUGH A Little Nonsense Now and Then Is Relished by the Wisest Men II 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 for a three months trial subscription for either of these bright witty and humorous journals or for ONE DOLLAR will add LESLIES WEEKLY or JUDGE for the same period of lime Address 1rti Judge Company p 225 Fourth Avenue New York I Y CUSII U NEW Movements I die People in iiu Vicinitye This is drummer week Messrs Reeves and Rodman of Lou isville called on Alf Taylor Monday Harvey Allen the candy man was taking orders from the merchants on Tuesday also Mr Conyers with his taffyMr Armet called on Alexander Pile Tuesday Mr Bennett came on Tuesday to take orders for the Hawesville Flour MillIrving Payne of Louisville spent Wednesday with the merchants Logan Butler and Charlie Butler have formed a partnership and will deal in the live stock business Charlie Butler has purchased the pro perty owned by Retus Lyon and moved his family We welcome them as citizensCuster has on hand now one vacant house owned by Mrs Cova Oliver There is a good black smith shop attached with a splendid equipment of toolsCuster needs a new organ in her church badly H O Bonnet is down on Rough River purchasing hogs Hogs are scarce in this section Haynes and Gilbert Pile return ed from Louisville Wednesday where they had been to purchase their Spring goodsThe measles still hold forth Master Oscar Alexander is convalesc ingLittle Alfred Milcham is still confined to his bed- Henry Board is quite sick with the measlesMiss Mattie Lyon returned from Lou isville Saturday She spent four weeks there visiting her brother Ira Lyon I A B Oliver spent last week in Cin cinnati Mrs Oliver spent the time during his absence with their daughter Mrs Ira Lyon of Louisville- A B Suter spent Sunday in Irving ton Fire broke out in JT Michams resi dence about 9 oclock a m Friday from a defective flue setting fire to English sparrow nests built inside the weatherboarding around the chimney Excitement ran high for a while so did the wind but much water and deter mined efforts of the citizens prevail ed The house was saved with slight damage to the property it being cover ed by insurance Miss Daisy Trents health remains poorRenne Bennett will go to Hudson ville Thursday to paint George Lucass residenceWe the growing necessity for Jess Rhodes to erect a convenient hitching rack at his front gate Our district Sunday School Supt t +HHH4Ho44+X+o4OtHGtg Rickets oao 3Simply the visible sign that babys tiny bones 0are not forming rapidly enough 0Z Lack nourishment is the cause 0o Scotts Emulsion nourishes babys Y entire system Stimulates and makes bone o Exactly what baby needs o ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 9100 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Dr Meadorhas called a Sunday School Convention to meet at the ME church South at this place Saturday before the third Sunday in May Due notic- will be made of the program when iit has been completed Everybody is in vited The ladies will provide lunch at the church Let every uninterested person come and see if there will not be something said and done to awaken your interest in Sunday School work Mrs Josie Dyer who was thrown from a buggy during the early part of the winter is able to he out again Tuesday was her first visit to Custer tor several months Weeklj prayer meeting every Wed nesday nightItopVernieTuesdayTheyof corn to their home in Vine Grove OaSIJIOnXABoon You Hare Always iII of thoatY ENGAGEMENT b Mre t Carlton Ater Is Announced Mr and Mrs Taylor Compton of Raymond announce the marriage of their daughter Miss Bessie Compton to Mr Carlton Ater The wedding will be solemnized at the home of the brides parents Sunday April 28th at 230 oclock p m 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 mail you samples and a book on Colds free if you will wnte him The samples prove their merit Check early Colds with Preventics and stop Pneumonia yCo7MMN1M +wcwlMN wMANa c w NMAk MwMMNM1MiwwwlMN M- 11JMONT ROSEe I MONT ROSE is a beautiful chestnut sorrel stallion 15 34 hands high full made fine style and perfect action Absolutely the purest gaited biggest gaited and straightest gaited corn I bined horsein 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 J and they have to our satisfaction proven wonders They are show horses business horses j and farm horses so you will make no mistake to breed your mares to this horse MONT Rose was sired by Darling Denmark he by Happy Cross First dam Fannie C by Cromwell Second dam by old Cabells Lexington MONT ROSE will make this season at the farm of R6 Robertson Glendeane Ky for 1oo 15 to insure a living colt All possible care will be taken to prevent accidents or i jj escapes but not responsible should any occurfKsTAt the Breckenridge Fair at Hardinsburg 1908 we will give a premium of 25 to the best one of float Roses colts 15 for the second and S1O for the third and will give 100 for the first premium colt All colts to be broken and shown by halter We solicit your patronage1 C Vic Robertson and Ci Lti Beard t Owners I Jtt Y j t ft K q TITiIIT Nasal CATARRH In all sIU lUge Elys Omni Ball eleaneee soothe and IteaUl the disused membrane It curei catarrh and drlie away a cold In the bead quJck11 Cream Balm liI placed Into the notrUsipredf cmthe membnuw and li absorbed Belief It lm BaedUte and cure follow It It not drying doet rot produce utezlng Large Size 60 cenU atDrag cU or by mill Trial Size 10 cent JOT BnOTHBRS M Warren SUoet New York Re S BANDY CO Successors to C F Jean Co IRVINGTON KY CASHFor ProduceButter ButterEggs 4 Poultry aSpecialty i t Track prices on branch and Ryi ReS BANDY CO- J B Biggs Manage- rCOLUMBUSI HOTELI JUNEiELDER Prop r 115 to 119 Frederica Street t Kytper day Notice Coal Call O- nWILLISCLARK For the Best Coal in the State StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes JAIl the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made 1 by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex port tailors employed j H HUNSCHE Casper May k Co Cannelton Ind it Sent on Approval Send no Money WE WILL TRUSTYOU IO DAYSS2OO HAIR SWITCH Send a lock we will mails 22lnshortslem fine human hair switch to match If satisfactory remit S20O In ten days Extra shades little more Inclose 5 cents postage Kyr3584thAVC f Put Your Moneyor It will grow under own control and grow ttwhere than In any other Write for our tree I bcoklet N which tells all + Mallhtram any part of the State 11 1 t We Tiay a per cent Interest 14 1 rcures 0 FASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic aI necessity in the hygienic care of the t i i person and for local treatment of I feminine ills As a wash its cleansing tt germicidal deodorizing and healing t qualities are extraordinary For sale at Druggists Sample free Address The R Paxton Co Boston Mass I l H DeH MOORMAN r Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY r Will practice his profession in aU of tb Courts of Brec enr1dgo and adjoining cone ttea Special attention given to colloctin road cases and criminal practice License v practice In United State District Courts Office over Bank of Uardlnsbur tiThaw Jury Disagreed April 13 Hopelessly 1 iiH5edseven for a verdict of guilty at Border in tho first degree and five jr acquittal on the ground of Insan the Jury which since Jan 23 has trying Harry K Thaw reported fortyseven hours and eight tutu MM of deliberation that it could not- pNaibly agree The twelve men were fremptly discharged by Justice FItz j bald who declared that he too be stored their task hopeless Thaw was I t rrJanded to tho Tombs without bail t ley await a second trial oa the charge K having murdered Stanford White tile Noted architect iii Tf J i Partners of the TideBy JOSEPH C LINCOLN Avthor yapnCrT it it it Copyright 1000 by A S Barnes A Co +t+ + 1 + + + + + + + f + CIIAPrERXvrn HERE was a mystery about T1 the captains visits to the big house Up to the beginning of that week he had called on Tuesday and Friday evenings only and had remained until after 10 oclock joking laughing and apparently enjoying himself But now he came every night and seemed less talkative and more glum each time also his calls grew shorter and he went home as early as half past 8 The sisters did not know what to make of It It was pleasant and encouraging to have him come so often but why didnt he stay longer Miss Tempy thought he must be worrying over the big contract who asked Clara for her opinion mutt Miss Hopkins seemed very Indifferent She used to come Into the sitting room as soon as tho work was done to paten to Captain Titcombs stories but of late she had gone straight to her own room The old maids did not urge her to remain They liked to have the cap tamp to themselves On the afternoon of the previous Sunday Miss Tempy had taken a mid den notion to go over to the Methodist chapel and attend the Sabbath school concert The chapel was on the road to Orham Port a mile or more from the Allen home Miss Prissy was not strong enough to go and In fact thought the walk too long for her del icate sister but Miss Tempy having made up her mind went She would have been glad of Claras company but the young lady had already gone outMiss Tempy had Just reached the corner when she was surprised to see Captain Tltcomb driving toward her In a buggy She recognized the horse and carriage as being tho best owned by Lem Mullett the livery stable keeper also she noticed that the captain looked particularly well dressed spruced up she told Miss Prissy after wardCapn she called Capn Ezra The captain was then almost directly opposite but he did not seem to hear or see her Instead he whipped up the horse and drove by faster than everDear me thought Miss Tempy He must be glttln absentminded Workln too hard I guess Capn EzraIt Is douGiful if the captain would have heard even then but Jonadab Wlxou was coming down the road and he also began to shout Hailed thus fore and aft the absentminded one was obliged to heave to and when Captain Jonadab pointed out Miss Tempy he turned his horse and drove back to where she was standing Well I do declare exclaimed the lady smilingly conscious of a becom ing new bonnet one of the reasons for her desire to attend the concert Im all out of breath callln after you I dont know what folks will think The captain didnt appear to care very much what folks might think He was polite as usual but seemed to be a trllle nervous and kept glancing up and down the road Miss Tempy un conscious of the nervousness went gushingly on What a lovely horse she cried I declare it must be a pleasure to ride behind him I do so like to ride with a nice gentle horse like that Father used to take Prissy and me drlvln with our Dexter when he was alive father was alive I meanyes and the horse too of course I hope I havent kept you Was you goln to see Brad Icy No no was tho hasty answer I was jestJest drlvln down the road a ways Then perhaps noticing that his friend was headed toward the vII age he added I had a little errand down toward the Port Youro goln uptown I sec else Id ask you to jump In- Why how lovelyI exclaimed Miss Tempy I was goln1 to the Port too down to tho Methodist folks concert- I only came this way cause I thought Id stop at Mrs Wingates and see If she wouldnt go with me Prissy was afraid the walk there and back would be too long for me and truth to tell I was a little afraid of It myself I didnt expect to ride and with you Capn EzralI Itll bo such a treat be cause I shall feel perfectly sate with you drlvln The captain did not answer Immedi ately He was busy with the buckle that fastened the reins together But tho silence was only momentary Good enough I ho cried Ill have you thero In a Jiffy He sprang out assisted tho lady Into tho buggy and then turned the horses read Into tho road leading up the hill Why youre goln the wrong way Miss Tempy exclaimed Youre goln the wrong way Capn Ezra P Oh replied the captain cheerfully thats all right I thought wed go round by tho Neck road Its prettier that way But Miss Tempy would not consent She told Miss Prissy afterward I felt u though Id tho same as begged him for a rldo as It was and I swan It I was gain to let him go miles out hlftwnyI 1fI1f for mo ofI J Nor SEe protesTed No capn I wont hear of It Well go the shortest road or I shall git right out She stood up as she staid It The cap tain looked at her determined face Why Tcmpy he began No I shant like It a bit Capn Tit comb If you dont turn right round and go the way you was goln The captain jerked at the rein with almost unnecessary vigor The turn was made In a hurry They wheeled back Into the direct road to the Port nnd moved swiftly along It Captain Tltcomb did not say much but as Miss Tempy talked continuously he had little opportunityNow horse does go com mented the lady You dont have to cluck to him or nothin Father used to find so much fault with our Dex ter said he had to shove on the reins 10 hard to make him navigate at all that he didnt knows twouldnt be easier to haul the carryall himself But then father was so high spirited that nothin less n a race horse would do him Whats that waltln on the corner in front of Galus Eldredges Why I do blleve Its Clara Captain Tltcomb evidently did not nee Miss Honking At all events he looked the other way and chirruped to the horse But Mss Tempy not only saw but Intended to be seen It is Clara she declared I must spook to her Clara Clara The young lady who had been In tently watching the approaching bug gy stepped to the edge of the sidewalk and waited until the equipage drew up She was dressed In her new own and Jacket and xertalrtly looked very pretty She nodded to the cap lain whose face was redder than isual How dye do Clara said Miss Tempy trying hard not to bo patroniz ing I sposo youre takln a walk You look reel nice Where nre you goln r Miss Hopkins replied that she didnt know Just where she should go Well 1 hope youll have a pleasant afternoon wherever you go gushed Miss Tempy The capn Is takln me for a little drive Isnt this a beautiful horse Hero the captain made his first re mark since the carriage stopped It was to the effect that he was taking Miss Tempy down to the Methodist chapel She had been going that way and It was a long walk Oh said Miss Hopkins sweetly IIs that all I thought perhaps you were going to take her over to Harulss It seems ns If I remembered you saying you expected to go there today Good by I hope youll have n nice time On that evening Captain Tltcomb made the first of the short calls which were to continue during the week Miss Tempy welcomed him enthusiastically and her sister did her best not to appear Jealous Clara did not come Into the sitting room at all nor did sho do so during the following four even IngsBradley did not mention the trouble aboard the Diving Belle when he reached homo Friday night lIe was even more silent than usual at the supper table When the meal was over he suddenly exclaimed By George Clara I must beg your pardon There was a letter for you In our box this morning and I left It aboard the schooner Ill bring It home tomor rowCaptain Tltcomb canto about 8 Ho seemed really cheerful when he first arrived but soon relapsed Into the moody silence that had characterized his visits that weekI Clara out In the kitchen he ask ed after awhile I noticed the light was burnln No replied Miss Tcmpy shes up In her room Shes left some bread to rise anti I guess shes comln down to see It by and by Thats why she left the lamp I spose likely As the big clock In tho dining room struck 0 time captain rose announced that he must be going and went Bradlty retired soon after and the sisters followed his example The old house grew still Miss Prissy was dropping Into a comfortable doze when she felt herself clutched violently by tho back hair Owl she exclaimed half awake Let got What on earth Ssshhl Miss Tempy breathed it frantically Into her ear Dont speakI wont If you let go of my hair Whats tho matternightmare I told you there was a limit even to pepper tea Oh do be still Theres robbers downstairs I heard em Miss Prissy groanlngly sat up and listened Its Clara seeln to her bread she said after a moment- It aint Claras In her room readln II saw her through tho crack In tho door And Bradleys In his room I heard him breathln Please git up I Miss Prissy said no more Sho donned a wrapper nnd put on her slippers Her sister was already similarly garb ed Then Miss Prissy bearing tho lamp they tiptoed Into the hall and onto the door of Bradleys room Bradley cautiously whispered Miss Prissy Bradley will you git up please Tempy thinks theres somebody downstairs They heard Bradley chucklo sleepily In a few moments ho camo out dress ed In Jacket and trousers and blinking at tho lamp Clara who had not gone to bed had already joined them Tho procession movedBradley first then Miss Prissy with tho lamp then Miss Tempy who as she said afterward was too scared to go ahead and lasnt go last Clara brought up the rear They peered cautiously Into tho dining room It was empty I There exclaimed Miss Prissy I guess twas nothin but Tempys magi nation as usual She I The words died on her lips There sqnjp nBQund from t4QJdtchenth v 9 air heart Ita rattling sodntTrind fTib faint squeak of n door Bradley sprang to the coal hod and picked up the poker It was the only apology for n weapon In sight He started for the kitchen but Miss Irlssy seized him by the Jacket and Miss Tempy threw both arms around bU neckDont you stir Bradley NIckerson whispered the older sister Dout you stir n step Spose he had n revolver Bradley tried to free himself but It was hard work He unclaspe 1 Miss Tempys arms from his nock but she Immediately seized him around till waist It wits a ridiculous situation and suddenly he became aware of a cold wind blowing from the dirootlon of the front hall Is that front door open 1 he whl + peredThe horrified sisters turned to stare at the black tunnel of the hall IInlI then footfalls wore hoard on the walk coming up the stops Clnrus voice bo came audible She was speaking In agonized whispers Who began Bradley Clara appeared clinging to the arm of Captain Erl Hedge Captain Erl looked puzzled but he grinned when he sow the tableau In the dining room He told the story the next morning to his messmates Captain Perez and Captain Jerry about as follows You see Id been up to Iodg6 meet In and stayed a little longern Oaual I was comln home by the short cut and Jest as I got abreast the old maids house the front door bust open and sorncthln comes prancln down the walk flutterln and flappln Its arms like a hen tryln to fly Thinks I Has that sperltullst camp meetln I wont to lust summer struck In1 Hut the critter swooped out of the gate and bore down on me like a hawk on a June bug Then I see twas Clara HopkliiB scart pretty nigh to death Oh Capn Evil says she Oh Capn Erl The same says I Whats the row Burglars says she makin fast to my arm Burglars I had to laugh I couldnt help It Burglars at 10 oclock I says Did they come to supper But theyre there she says Everybody heard em Bradley and all 1 couldnt blleve twas burglars even then but I knew If Brad Nlcker son took any stock In It somcthln was up And the poor girl was tremblln like Peleg Myrlcks pup All right Clara says I Lets go In and shako hands with em So In we wont When we struck the dlnln room there was Brad In the middle of the floor lookln pretty toler ble foolish with Prissy moored to his coattails and Tempy with a clove hitch round his waist All hands look ed sprlscd to see me but no more n I was to see them What Is this says I Living statues Brad he kind of grinned Well says he the ladles thought they heard sonic one In the kitchen but I guess Thought we heard em busts out Prissy Why you heard em your self And now Brad he held up his hands poker and all All right all right says he Now that were re enforced maybe wed better go out and Interview cm They might die of old age If we stay here much longer So ho winked to mo and the fleet got under way Mo nnd Brad led oft llko u couple of tugs and the women folks strung out behind like coal barges hoUIln on to each othersI wrappers and breathln hard We opened the kitchen door sailed Inthnt is Brad and I did coal barges got In a lump sos to speak In the doorway and stayed there There was n lamp burn In side of a pan of dough on the table but jest as I expected we was Ute only humans In sightLooks as if the burglars had got tired of waltln for us and got mad and gone home says I Dont know what they broke Into the kitchen for anyhow Ive heard of a fellers steal In n redhot stove but Brad looked puzzled sort of I sartlnly heard something movln out here he says Most likely twas a stray cat and its hldln around some wheresBut Jest then comes a whistlea squeal I moan from the barges Tcnlpys headlights were popplu out of her heat and she was plntln a shakyI linger at the floor There was big muddy footprints all over It Well 1 own up I was set back two or three rows Somebody hind been there that was surtln Ive seen cuts with double paws but no cats made them prints Humph says I and Brad agreed with mole I was Btamlln right In front of the door of the closet where the old maids kept their pots and puns And Jest then Inside that closet bust out the most outrageous racket ever you heard Bllllty bang thump I And then a coughln and sneezln llko forty pneks of thunder crackers Continued next week Costly Blaze at Louisville Louisville Ky April 13Flre destroyed the piano and music store of the Smith Nixon company In Fourth street near Walnut Tho loss to the building and contents Is about 100 000 A number of persons living on tho upper floors of the building were rescued by the firemen CASTORIAForI Tki Kind You Nays Always Bought Bears the Slpaturoof d rt p ty er- n IIAWonderful Oil Stove 1 Entirely aifferent from all others Em bodies new 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business men when you graduate Enroll aa soon as possible Ask for elegant OSpage catalogue BRYANT tit STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Second Wilnutlool lli Ky eN W II BOWUKH President A B SKILIJJAN Cashier F L LianflroOT VlcePrcsldont Cues SKILLMAN AsstCashlor The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited i n p r I v r r it ttii THE WOMEN ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT PERUNA f i MRSMMMAfjSNAlIfIr I r l Catarrh of Digestive Organs and Bowels MARY M MARSHALL Tip MRB Mof writes I suffered three years with catarrh of the digestive organs and bowers I was unable to find relief until as a last resort I was Induced to try Peruna I began the use of Poruna when 1 was confined to the bed and can say a that I experienced benefit from the first dose ft I have taken five bottles in all and believe that I am cured of my trouble I am enjoying as good health as an old lady of my ago could expect My t ago is ii- I recommend your medicines to suf ferers whenever I meet them and some of my friends are using them with great success i t I will always feel grateful to you for r your grand medicine and kind ad i vice and trust that many others may be as greatly benefited as I have been r Peruna For Bowel Trouble c Mrs L S Tinkor 62 Second street Macon Oa writes Two years ago my grandson suffered with hemorrhages of the bowels and ho i was treated by different doctors but I without cure We quit all other treatment and began the use of Poruna and after the use of three bottles ho seemed to Le- I quite well He Is able now to walk six r miles to school every day I r Peruna has certainly worked won ders for him and I shall not hesitate to recommend it l DIESI AT EVANSVILLE IIFormer Stepljensport Woman ti Wife of tapt R T Williams Succumbs to Pneumonia Mrs R T Williams wife of Capt R T Williams puted away at her home 1057 South Third street Evansville lad on Tuesday April 16 after an Hi fleas of twelve days duration of lagrip and pneumonia Mrs Williams form r erly lived at Stephenaport this county S and her death will cause sorrow to many of the older citizens there Mrs Williams was born in Perry I county Indiana on May 117 1835 She was a daughter i f Mr and Mrs John Suddarth She was ma did to Capt Williams at Alton Ind April 3 1826 A year ago they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Capt Williams 8 Sons will be re membered by operating boats in the I 11They11 Over the Entire Earth Read What They Say V MISS ANNAARSTEN Anna Cnrston Clayton 111 writes 1 1Miss medicine Peruna did me so much good I believe I should have by this time If I had not used it t feeling so well now and havo no trouble with my stomach I havo + 1 not taken any medicine for four or five months t tIfI am ever troubled with anything of tho kind again I shall take noth tt- tt ing but Peruna 1 can cheerfully recommend it to my friendstt s+ A Severe Cough Mrs Emma Martin Odessa Mo writesI thank you enough for cur ing me For two years I doctored my cough which cost me many dollars but still I seemed to get worse My cough was so bad I could not sleep Finally I purchased a bottle of Peruna I took it according to direc tions and in a short while I felt better and after I had taken a second bottle I felt entirely well After tho use of six bottles I feel that I am cured and therefore recommend this grand medicine to all who suffer with a cough as I did ville and Bowling Green Packet Co that runs from Evansville to Bowling Green Ky Mrs Williams was widely esteemed in her home city for her many traits of Christian virtues and charitynot only in the household that has been darkened by her demisebut in numerous other homes where she was a kindly visitor charitable minister of good words and deeds and a sympathetic friend will her presence ba missed Mrs Williams was surrounded by her children and grandchildren during her last illness and death as follows Thos A Wm N J Edgar Jeff H Mrs Ella Watlington Miss Florence Wil liams who live at home Mrs E D WInephews Mrs Muriel McLeod Uay and Ermintine McLeod of Beulah Miss May French Williams Edgar Lee Wat lington of Evansville IndjJ Omar Jimmy D and Thomas Walton Hines of Woodbury Ky Rev M A Farr of Trinity M E church conducted funeral services on Thursday afternoon to a large crowd of relatives and friends Interment was at Oak lull in the family lot The floral offerings were numerous and beautiful gp Buggies I We have a car load of that we are going to of at fac 4S j tory prices cy to Cunningham to Cunningham to Stalmunn Stephensport on G Cunningham FrymireiCunningham the the we to say out againBorn to Hayden WONDER Kidney all druggists by Jl Dr E Mo for Kentucky estimonials MISS t ii 4Fil ISTINAlOWbiiee J JwrlHsI unhesitatingly recommend as splendidf specific catarrhal affections I was Soff and on for and I Mrs Christina 411 E Platte Avo Springs Col writesff difficultyfinally tl off and on for six and for and was beneficial in many waysttto note It was ridding the it for t to use It faithfully and the 1 for and It me strength I eT itiii In few months to of medicine A Household Remedy lMrs Eibllng RR No Payne Ohio writes I have better health now than I have had for and am fleshier than I been I am so thankful to you for you done for me I praise Peruna enough I keep it in the house You have my sincere thanks for advice My husband is taking Peruna now He had such ho thought ho had consumption but he is better He it only one and it has done him rood Scott went to Louisville Sunday lay in a of goods- G B went Louisville last week with fine lot of hogs EyJ and JB Warren were in bl1sinessi Mrs B and Gardner Tinius spent few days last week with Bess spent lust in Derby guest of Mrs Vm Mitchell Several front here who have had measles are glad are the wife of Jim April 18 girl THE Cures all Bladder and Rheumatic troubles sold or mouths treatment mail W Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis Send EVA i = Peruna for sufferer with S lis trouble number of years each Clow Colorado havo taken Peruna have found a cold a great glad that mo of catarrh took a cough continued result 1 me took It tonic gave have complete Cure a very speak well your I Celia 8 II yoars have ever what hate cannot your a cough getting has taken week stock a a Mias a by two for years FAITH THAT BE I Despite everything that magazines may say the women of the United States continue to have faith in PerunaThose women know a great deal more about Peruna than the editors who have for selfish purposes written against it These women have tried Feruna In their families They have taken it themselves They know It will help themThey have suffered from various ail ments and Peruna has come to their relief even when the doctors failed to cure them Such women cannot be convinced by any editorial spasm that their favorite household remedy is a humbug Poruna goes right on in its conquest over disease Its fame is spreading all over the among American women is Peruna a beloved household is entirely useless for anyone to try to dissuade them from the results of their own experience Peruna is remedy for the mucous membranes It therefore has a beno Are You One of the Sons of Daniel Boone The ions of Daniel Boone is the name of a big outdoor boys society founded and conducted by Dan Beard who is an uuthorlty on good times for healthy boys There already are local clubs of this order orUForto as they are called all over the country Any boy can organize a Fort The officers of each Fort are Daniel Boone President Davy Crockett Kit Carson Lreasurer Audubod CLi brarian Simon Kenton Deeper of tli Tally Gun and Johnny Appleseed For ester Each individual member is called u Scout Get together ill the boys whom you know who are fond of Openair sparts and would like to learnI the secrets of woodcraft and the rigorous games of the old pioneers and India fighters Elect your officers send the name and address of each officer and Scout to the Womans Home Com panion to be enrolled in the Great Boone Book and you will receive a constitution and officiate charter with the seal of the Mystic Camp Fire and every Scout will receive an S D B all goods You cant lose thing by to see useIf we dont suit you well pay your fare lot of we to flclal effect upon the internal organs of the body that are lined by mucous mem branesFor chronic climatic diseases Peruna is a reliable remedy The testimonials concerning Peruna are given in the language of the people Wo do not change or add to they may say concerning It Tho evidence is overwhelming that Peruna is a safe reliable invaluable remedy for the household Headache and Backache Mrs Franzlska Gaengel Dominion 1 Old Bridgeport Mines C B Canada writesI you for tho benefit which I derived from Peruna There may be many who are suffering from the same diseaso that I had for which they have not yet been able to find the correct remedyFor the benefit of such persons Iwish to say that I suffered with headache and backache and had a severe cough I was in bed several weeks and could not do my work I tried many reme dies in vain will be all sorts of novel sports provided for the Soqs of Daniel Boone and the Founder Dan Beard will always be ready to give the members of the or der hia personal advice and counseJ1 From Womans Home Companion Several from around here attended the horse sale at Brandenburg Fridav Ernest Drown went to see his grand night who is ill at his home near Sorocco Mrs Lizzie Brown and Miss Dora Miller were in Flaherty shopping one evening last Brightens Nome A twelve pound boy came to bIghten The home of Mr and Mrs J D Seaton of this cIty on Monday morning The youngster is as fat and saucy as you please and is just the image of his father they say though hardly so pretty L I Tnlnc jFIV Of- i The West i+ a f a 5 U S a a a a t Then 1 consulted Dr Hartman who advised me to take Peruna and gave me further instructions which I carefully observedI better after taking the first bot tie I have taken several bottles now and am feeling so well that I can do all my workI never be withoutPeruna again ant recommend it to all Catarrh of the Stomach Mrs Mary Allen Route 6 Franklin Tenn writes- I am glad to be able to tell you that I am well of catarrh of the stomach and am thankful to you for your advice llJot it had not been for Pernna I would never havo been well I had three physicians One of them told my husband thatho could not cure me- III had been sick about nine months when a friend asked me to try Peruna to gratify her so I commenced taking- It I can eat and walk and work Everybody says 1 look as well as I ever did Oh you dont know how thankful I do feel to you l I havo got everal other people to tako Peruna tpraise it to everybody r Says April Is the Worst Ever Living near this place is an old sol 1 diet G W Harl He is seventy years I old and says he never has seen such weather as we have experienced through AprilHI have seen whippoorwill sxualls says Mr Hurl but 1 never saw martins freeze to death until this week Sixteen martins were frozen here last Friday Fruit in this section is almost all destroyed early troll especially Mr Harl wonM like to hear through this paper from other old people to know their experience R A Leigh Vanzant Ky + No false pretense has marked the I career of Elys Cream Balm No idle promises of rewards for cases it will not cure Being entirely harmless it Is not responsible like the catarrh snuffs and powdersfor minds shattered by cocaine The great positive virtue of Elys Cream Balm Is that it speedily and completely cures nasal catarrh and hay lever Back of this statement is the testimony Ior thousands and a reputation of many mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York lI O LEYASHCAFT 1 t I in Hardware Furniture Wagons Buggies all kinds Wagon and Repairing 1 for McCormick Plano Shredders and Hay Rakes Wire Fencing a Specialty Buggies 1 dispose ISecond Hand Buggies 10 25 1From CHENAULT Saturday Tuesday TEXAS SCHELLE CANNOT SHAKEN sensational earth- Especially remedy- It Secretary I n any anything critically sincerely Dealers Lumber and Binders Mowers handsome ONE CAR LOAD FENCE WIRE We Guarantee Our PricesO- n coming Big High Grade Paint which want close out buttonThere GUSTON Saturdaye wee- kYoungster Some Splendid American Women From Middle a18otill 01i Farming Implements Blacksmithing Buggy Agents OF 1 Furniture boughtdirectyou money on any thing in this line Saddles and HarnessII I c Y I COWLEY ASHCRAFT IRVINGTON KY t jM I I y r t t I f r