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It THE BRECKENRIDG NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 1 1907 8 Pates NO42 i r 1r COMMENCEMENTEXERCISES I Of Lloverport High School Will Be Held Friday Evening May 24 t The commencement exercises of the Cloverport High School will be held Friday evening May 24 The program for the occasion is now being arranged The graduates are Misses Edith Burn and Pauline Moorman Dr J C Willis president of the Uni versity of Louisville will deliver the address Another interesting feature 4of the evenings entertainment will be theniusic This part of the program Wit be under the direction of Mrs L VReid of this city YOUNG AMERICA Gets Into the Police Court for the Strenuous Life Misapplied Young America figured prominently in police court circles the past week Fourteen young boys of the town were before Police Judge Wills on the charge of disturbing the peace and with the exception of one or two they plead guiltyThe boys were accused of breaking the window lights in the Cloverport Ice Factory Sixty odd lights in the build ing have been perforated during the winter months with rocks thrown by the urchins it is said The boys were given the minimum fine of a1 and costs TAR FORK Uncle Jack Ewlitt of McQuady business last Tues was here on pension day 11C Taul McQuady was out here atHis farm Wednesday The Misses Ryan attended the wed ding of Miss Em Mattingly last week Miss Beulah Rice is home from school at Hardinsburg on account of measles at that place Mr T 0 Ryan who has been con fined to his bed one month is better Dr Simons of Cloverport and Dr Howard were called in consultation to himMr Mrs Dud Morton of Beech Fork visited her niece Mrs Eli Fisher last Sunday Mrs Asher Newby has been very ill but is convalescing- Eli Fisher sold some fine hogs recently to parties near Rock Vale Dennis Sherman sold a tract of land to Weedman Brothers Consideration 1200 t1 GLENDEANE Mr E L Robertson shipped a fine carload of hogs to the city Miss Sallie Moorman is on the sick list this week I Rev Rogers preached at the Black Lick church last Sunday Dr Rogers of Fordsville was here on business one day this week A Franklin West of Owensboro is visit ng Misses Sylvie and Edna Mattingly tj weekbliss Askins ofOklahoma is isiting friends here this week Prof Pile is going to teach school here while Miss Reed is attending the nstitute at Bowling Green S T Smith went to Louisville Thursday Mrs Enoch Kiper wove thirty yards Of carpet in four and onehalf days jjyhich is unusual speed each Removes Two r Hancock County Farmers N fHawesville Ky April 24Mr W Q Adams one of the wealthiest farm era of Hancock county is dead at his home a few miles below the city Mr Adams was sixtytwo years of age and w3 idescendant of John Adams sec ond President of the United States A widow two sons anda daughter are left to mourn his loss Hawesville Ky April 15Mr John lEmricha prominentfarmer and Mason died at his home ftear Chambers this county He was Seventysix years of tip Mr Emricl was a native of many having Moved to this county y years ago a a party of German- si1tlers t HawkinsPayneT- obinsport IndMr Fred Ha k and Miss Nellie Steward Payne were married at the Methodist Parsonage in Cannelton Ind Saturday April 27Rev G F Walls solemnized the ceremony The bride is the second daughter of- J H Payne of Tobinsport Ind and the groom isa son of the late Jefferson Hawkins and is a prosperous farmer of Tobinsport where they will continue to reside The young couples many friends wish them a happy and prosperous journey through life AterCompton Raymond KyMiss Bessie Compton daughter of Mr and Mrs Taylor Compton of this place was married to Mr Carlton Ater son of Mr and Mrs J S Ater Sunday afternoon April 28 at 230 p moo at the home of the bride The Rev I C Argabright officiated The bride wore a beautiful white swiss dress The groom wore the conventional black The bridesmaids were Misses Mary Cashman and Rebecca Hall The groomsmen were Messrs Charlie Brown and Edgar Compton The bride is one of the most popular young ladies of Raymond gentle in man ner and possessing a sweet loving dis position Mr Ater is a prosperous young farmer and of a well known fam ily He is a sturdy young man and a life of success no doubt will be his The bride and groom left Sunday evening for the home of the grooms parents Mr and Mrs J S Ater PARALYTIC STROKE Suffered By Mrs Jerry Murphy Last SundayCondition Is Critical Mrs Jerry Murphy of this city was stricken with paralysis at an early hour on last Sunday morning and her condi tion is critical The whole of her right side is affected and it is feared that owing to her advanced age recovery is impossible She is eightyfour years ofageMrs Murphy resides with her sonin law Mr John Lillard Mr Lillard is confined to his bed from the effects of a stroke of paralysis received last fall Pushing Work On the Tar Springs Church The new church of the United Breth ren faith at Tar Springs is rapidly being pushed to completion The doors and window frames have arrived and a great deal of work has been done on the structure Rev A Whitten of Bolings Chapel Hancock county is on the ground and supervising the work Rev Henry Craig is pastor of the congregation On Accredited List The Cloverport High School has been placed on the list of accredited schools by the State college This is quite an advantage to graduates as it enables them to enter the Freshman year at the above institution withqut examina tion Also a free scholarship will be given each year to the graduate having the highest grade- sSKIPPERBIGHAM Wednesday evening a short time be fore prayer meeting a quiet wedding took place at the Methodist church Mr Glenn Skipper and Miss Nina Belle Bigham being the contracting parties The ceremony was witnessed by quite a number of friends and relatives and was performed by Rev J P Hilburn pastor of the church The bride was one of Bartows fair est maidens a lovable and popular young lady and daughter of Rev J W Bigham presiding elder of this dis trict The groom is a risingyoung man and son of our postmaster E E Skip per He is identified with many busi nenfcenterprises in this and DeSoto county and has a bright future before him Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Skipper drove to the A C L depot and took the train for a wedding trip through the west The best wishes of a large circle offrieudsgo with them and it is our hope they may find their wedded live prosperous and happy Florida Courrier ta v Vi IRVINGTONINTELLIGENCE Newsy Notes In General Of the Peoples Doings Sociallytt I and Otherwise t ti tti t Mrs Charlie McMullen nee Ermine t Munford of Greenville Ala will arrive this week for an indefinite visit to her mother Mrs Mary E Mumford I Mr and Mrs Moremen returned tott their home at Brandenburg after a sev eral days visit to Dr and Mrs L Btt Morementt Mrs J F Claycomb and son Byron were visitors in Louisville several days last week The Rev J W Thompson of Louis ville filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church last Sunday Miss Katie Mussellman after being the guest of her aunt Mrs Pomp Mc Coy of Louisville returned home last WednesdayMrs Wardrop and children have returned from Weldon where she wasJJ the guest of her parents Miss Nannie childs spent Sunday near Weldon with her parents Dr and Mrs C F Marshall andII daughter Ruth Mrs N B Netherton and sitter Miss Annie Lee Bandy re 1 turned Saturday from Louisville where they spent several days shoppingII Mrs D W Henry and little granddaughter I Margaret returned last week from Hawesville after two weeks visit to her daughter Mrs Clint Beauchamp- Mr G E Drury spent last week in Cincinnati on a business tripIMr and Mrs A B Coleman have returned from Stithton where they were visiting Mr and Mrs Reesor for some timeii Miss Wilson of McQuady is visiting her sister Mrs Moremen for several weeksFrank Carter ef Cloverport was inI town last week visiting Mrs Virginia Calhoun after spend ing the last two months in Owensboro returned last Thursday to her home Mrs George Woolfolk of Louisville is the guest of her sisters Mrs J M Herndon and Mrs S P Parks for an indefinite time before she leaves for her home in Pennsylvania Several from here went on the excursion to Louisville last Sunday Miss Hallie Moore of Louisville will arrive today for a two weeks visit to I Miss Willa DruryII Mr Frank Claycomb returned Sunday from New Haven where he has been for two weeks working insurance i Miss Mary Collins returned Saturday from Brandenburg after a short visit toI Mrs Hugh Green Mrs Pomp McCoy came Sunday Cora visit to her mother Mrs Nannie BandyMr and Mrs H H Kemper spent Saturday and Sunday at Big Spring the guests of Mrs Kempers mother Mrs Julia Clarkson Mrs Nannie Wathen returned Tues day from a months trip through Okla homa and Texas She is very much delighted with the West Miss Ada Belle Henderson of Web ster and Mrs Lasham of Owensboro spent a few days last week with Mr and Mrs E W Graves Mr A B Suter spent Saturday and Sunday in town The B Y P Us had a very helpful and instructive meeting at the Baptist church last Sunday evening Miss Essie Biggs was the leader for the even lug and she conducted the service very beautifully A special program of music recitation and talks by the dif ferent ones including the pastor Roy J W Thompson the meeting adjourned to meet the next Sunday evening at 630 oclock with Mrs H H Kemper The subject for the evening is The Power of the Contented Life The ball grounds are being put in firstclass shape this week and will be ready in a few days for the umpires play ball The opening game of the season on the local grounds is sched uled for next Sunday with the Can nelton team Leg Broken The little fiveyearold daughter of Mr James Roland of near Dukes suffered a severe accident Monday She was playing around a cow when the animal stepped on her breaking her rightjjeg fibove the ankle Mrs Bentley Entertained Mrs George Bentley of Hawesvllle who made her first visit to relatives here last week since returning from her trip to the old country was extensivey en tertained by her friends Tuesday Mrs Fred Ferry gave a reunion dinner par ty in Mrs Bentleys honor The guests included Mrs Chas K Minary of Ben ton Harbor Mich Mrs J E Mat thews of Philadelphia Miss Elizabeth Skillman Mrs Bentley Mrs Ferry and Mrs L T Reid Wednesday Mrs Wick Moorman was hostess to a charming dinner given to the same guests in Mrs Bentleys honor Mrs L T Reid gave a delightful af ternoon party Wednesday in compliment to Mrs Bentley WITH THE CHURCHES I The Sabbath In the Cloverport Houses of Worship Quarterly conference was held at the Methodist church on last Sunday Pre siding Elder Hayes occupied the pulpit both morning and evening Rev Currie left Monday for Cadi where he is engaged in a protracted meeting In his absence next Sunday the Methodist pulpit will be occu pied by the Rev W F Maylott of Owensboro Rev Maylott is a highly recommended and widely traveled min ister and all are urgently requested to hear him 000B- APTIST The pulpit at the Baptist church was occupied at both the morning and evening services by the Rev J T Lewis At the evening service Rev Lewis preached the first of a series of sermons he will deliver on the Sermon Willibeevening services The sermon on Sun day was highly interesting 00 0- CATHOLIC Regular Sunday morning services were conducted by the pastor the Rev Father Celestine Brey On next Sunday at St Roses church this city will begin a service known as the Forty Hours Adoration in honor of the blessed sacrament solemnly ex posed upon the altar It extends over a period of forty hours so arranged as to include portions of three days to correspond to the time our Lords sa cred body remained in the sepulchre It is opened with solemn mass followed by a procession around the church dur ing which the hymn Pange LinguaI composed by Thomas Aquinas is sung The Tantum Ergo is sungjby the choir and the Litany of the Saints and other prayers are chanted The devotion will begin Sunday morning at 9 oclock and after the mass asermon will be de livered on The Eucharist the greatest gift of God to man Sunday evening at 730 the sermon will be delivered by Father Moss of Cannelton Ind The services continuing through Monday will close on Tuesday morning with mass at 9 oclock procession and bene diction Rev A G Meyering will preach the final sermon Several of the neighboring clergy will assist in the service Buys Turnpike Stock Harry G Newsom has purchased the Chapin holdings in the H C turnpike road Consideration not given WITH THE SICK Several cases of illness in the town have been reported David Owen Hall has been ill the past week with tonsilitis Lillian McCracken has been seriously ill for several days Mrs W L McCracken has been con fined to her bed from illness for the past week Two small children of Mr C S Lamb are quite ill A little girl of Mr Curt Weatherholt is illForrest Weatherholt son of Marion Weatherholt is confined to his bed Mrs Edward Boewn has been ill for several days Mrs Isadore Popham ia ill Mrs Joe Sawyer has been indisposed for several days Stuart Babbage who came home from Louisville on account of Illness Sunday night a week ago is much improved AVOID 23h- eINTERNAL WRONGS = of tTiiALUM Alum r in food causes e stomach disordersIts con tinued use means permanent injury to health- CFollowing the advice of medical scientists England and France have passed laws prohibiting its use in bread making CJAmerican housewives Aarshouldholds against Alums wrongs byalways buying pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking Powder g Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder is to be had for the asking Buy by na- meRoyal VALUABLEPHOTOGRAPH Of Historic Roman Ruins Pur chased By Prof King While in Louisville attending the Teachers meeting recently Prof J P King made a purchase that is of con siderable value to the pupils of theI Cloverport High School and one that is highly interesting historically It is an enlarged photograph showing dis tinctly the ruins of the ancient Roman forum and memorial arch of Septimius Severus in the foreground and in the background is seen the ruins of the Colosseum The photograph is a fac simile of the ruins as they stand today they having been restored by means of excavationThe is printed on sepia paper and in size is 22x40 inches Prof King now has it on exhibition at tho college building NOTICEI Cloverport Ky Apr 15 1907 On and after May 1st 1907 tho undersigned will do a Strictly Cash busi ness This change is mode necessary on account of keen competition and small profits We positively will not vary from this rule and all our customers will please be governed accordingly All persons owing us will kindly make settlement by cash or note on or before above date Very respectfully i loverport Foundry Machine Co Inc Wallace Pierce was home from Louis ville Sunday to spend the day withhls parents 3 = i 1 = c = L Jamestown Exposition Rates Norfolk Va Airil J6 lqo7 to Nov 30 1907 Season tickets 2860 60 days tickets 2725 30 days tickets 2250 10 days tickets 1550 From Clover port to Norfolk Va awl return 15 dav ticket for 2250 000Special Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 118 114 115 and 118 and all trains Sundays Round trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates to local points good to return Sunday 000L H St L Rates One way Colonist Rater to California and the Northwest and Old Mexico March 1 to April 30 Sept 1 to Oct 31 1907 000 State Reunion G A R Louisville May 15 and 10 5300 round trip from Clovorport May 13 and 14th and on No 116 May 15 Good return May 18 000 Lexington Spring Races On account of the Spring Races the Southern Railway will sell Excursion tickets to Lexington on April 27th to May 4th inclusive at rates of one and one third fare round trip with return limit May 6th 1907 For information call on or address agent of the Southern Railway or C H Hungerford District Passenger Agent LouisVille Ky Measles In the County Measles is prevalentismany sections of tho county and is some instances whole families are confined to their beds with the malady As yet no cases of a severe type have be reported I w f II 1 t o Jt JEWELRY The finest and best of all kinds Watches Clocks Silverware Holloware Flatware Musical instruments and findings L G Lewis Son Hardinsburg Ky SATISFACTION INILUMBER I Springs Opening Up l That Calls For Lumber I TELLUS WHAT YOU WANT TO BUILDI Well figure out the lum bur you need No worrying I about that- IJSatisfaction j in lumber iis a big thing Hut you can get it here cLot U8 have your lumber order today We have what you want Jntii1 t 1i WeatiierholtCl- overportI Ky j I I Rheumatism I baTe found tried and letted cure for Rhen matitinlI Nut a remedy that will straighten the distorted limbs of chronic cripple nor fim bony rrotrtlig back to fluth nciiin That ii ImpoMlblo Out I can now surely kill the pains and panes of this deplorable dlwwge In Germany with a Chemist In the City ol DannMuilt I found the milt htgnnllmt with which Dr Bhoop8 Rheumatic ItoniiMly WM made perfectedl dPtflClahlel i racrii Uo4i Without t Jut IInjrrmliint I iMxvsiiullr treat 1 many ny CMC of HlieuniatUm but now at laat ituiil Diy core all wimble owe of thl heretofore ch drawled tlimviw Thoce miullikc granular let found In Rheumatic Wood itwm toiliamlTO 1 paw away under till action of thU remedy as elr a dlXll t ujr when added to pure water d then when dl M lv d1 thcsu polronou WlUtes- ely I M from the system anti the mUM oi eumatUm lIJ K HIO fon vtr There ii now no 1 need no artuitl t xni to uiftVr longer with t help We null and In confidence rocommond Dr Shoops heumatic Remedy SEVERS DRUG CO LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET GOI- NOOKIOKATBDI Fast Mail and Passenger Lino between Louisville and Evan J ville- Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Weduei day Friday and Saturday 4pm Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passengei tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than b- rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville JljB Clovorport to Evansvllle 15 Cloverport to Owensboro 75- Spleudidjaccommodatlona I for stock GeneraiOffice 164 150i58 4th it Louisville Ky G Y WILLIAMS 6 F and P A 6EOH WILSON Suit Snbscrlbe for The News NATION AROUSED The Need of Exhaustive Investigation Into Immigration Problem h Is Recognized COMMISSION NOW IN SESSION A Special Congressional Inquiry Upon This Important Subject Has Been Begun at Washington Months Will Be Devoted to Investigation Washington April 22An exhaus tive Investigation Into all phases of the problem of immigration as it af I fects the United States has been be I gun by n national commission createdII for the purpose The commission met in the room of the senate committee on Philippines today to perfect its or t ganization and to discuss plats for and consider the scope of Its work The commission consists of nine members appointed under the immi gration act pasned by congress last winter Three of them Senators DUF Itngham of Vermont chairman of the Immigration commission Lodge of Massachusetts and Latlmer of SouthE Carolina were named by Vice PresiI dent Fairbanks three Representa tives Howell of New Jersey chairman of the house committee on Immigra tion and naturalization Bennett of 1 New York and Durnett of Alabama by Speaker Cannon and throe ProfII Charles P Neill commissioner of la bor Prof J W Jenks of Cornell and William R Wheeler of Oakland Cat JJ- I by President Roosevelt The law places no limit on the tlpao f the commission shall consume in make ing Its inquiries or on the expense It may incur The provisions of the Uw under which the commission will op erate are broad and It IB expected by tho members to deal comprehensively and if possible conclusively with the subject While some work will be done by the commispjon in this country by way J of beginning Its inquiries the general idea Is to extend its labors in the near future to Europe The most Important ports of embarkation of emigrants will be visited A tentative itinerary of the body includes Great Britain France Germany Russia AustriaHun gary Spain and Italy and it is not unlikely that it may extend its investi gation to Greece Turkey Sweden and Denmark It is expected that the trip will oc cupy three or four months for it is the Intention of the commission to go more extensively Into the subject than I it hns ever been gone Into before andtt to obtain so far as may be possible all facts at first IllmdII The work of the commission willI be only fnlrly begun when It returns J to America Every possible source ofI Information bearing on the subject will be sought Reports from all parts of the world to the bureau of immi gration will be placed at the disposall of the commission and experts on im migration may be employed by the commission to collect data It is the purpose of the commission to Inquire Into the restrictions placed upon Chi nese and lHianose Immigration but It IB not prolwble that the commission will vUlt either China or Japan ThoII commission will report Its findings toC congress Neighbors Patch It Up 1 San Salvador Republic of Salvador April 25 A treaty of pence between Salvador and Nicaragua has been sign ed at Amapnln by ministers represent ing each country The terms of tho treaty art honorable to both countries The conditions proposed by Salvador were accepted and the demands made by President Zelaya of Nicaragua ofIreparations on Salvadors part in the recent war between Nicaragua andI Honduras and that there be a free interchange of commodities between Nicaragua and Salvador wore re jected Fierce Border WarfareISalonika April 23 A band of Sere vians defeated a band of Bulgarians at Isvor near Uskub killing and be heading ten of their opponents The Turkish troops in tho vicinity refrain ed tram interfering THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Live stock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 77c No 2 re- d78c CornNo2 48 Vic Oats No 2 mixed 42c Hay Clover 1600 CI800 timothy 5190002100 millet 1800 S 1500 Cattle250 61- 5HOil500C670 Sheep 300G 676 Lambs500800I At Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red 81c Corn No2 52c OatsNo2 44c Cattle 475575 Hogs 450675 Sheep 400390 1 bi575740 For a cold or a cough take Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup It is BETTER than any other cough remedy because its laxative principle assures a healthy copious action of the bowels and at the same it heals irritation of the throat strengthens the bronchial tubes and allays inflamation of the mucous membrane Contains Honey and Tar pleasant to take Children like it Conforms to the National Pure FoodI and Druglaw Sold by All Druggists erne Colorado river took its name from the color of its water tho Span ish name meaning red It Is muddy only at high svater FOR A QUiET MAY DAY The Industrial World Never In a More Peaceful Mood Chicago April 24For tho first time in years May 1 will be ushered in without any serious disturbances In the Industrial world This peaceful condition applies not only to Chicago but to all the large clUes throughout the country according to James A Emery secretary of the Citizens In dustrial assoclatrdn There is hardly a cloud on the in dustrial horizon anywhere said Mr Emery Wages are higher than at any time in the history of the coun I try and In most of the cities the rela tion between the employer and em ploye are harmonious Through reports from our different associations am kept In touch with Industrial af fairs in every part of tho country and have never seen the outlook so prom- Ising In nearly every Instance where working contracts have been renewed wage Increases have been granted sc that May 1 this year will not only bring fewer strikes but also higher wages than ever before My Best Friend Alexander Benton who lives on Rural 1 Fort Edword N Y says Dr Kings New Discovery is my best earthly friend It cured me of asthma six years ago It has also performed ia wonderful cure of incipient consumption for my sons wife The first bottle ended the terrible cough and this accomp lished the other symptoms left one by one until she was perfectly well Dr Kings Now Discoverys power over coughs and colds is simply marvelous No other remedy has over equaled it Fully guaranteed by Severs Drug Co SOc and 100 Trial bottle free Ran Into Six Figures New York April 26It Is said that the amount of bonds stolen from the Trust Company of America by W O Douglass the assistant loan clerk who Is under arrest was in excess of UOO 000 All of those bonds are now li the possession of the trust company pir have been located CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the fSlgnatnro of Spanish Suspense Madrid April 26Publlc suspense has reached the highest point and every unusual noise is mistaken by the excited populace for the booming of a royal salute announcing the birth of nn heir to the throne Crowds fol low the cnrrlnso of every minister seen In till vicinity of the palace sup posing tnt IIP 1ns been summoned to seo the iKwIy iHrn child Let me send you free for Catarrh just to prove merit a Trial size Box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy It is n snow white creamy healing antiseptic balm Containing such healing ingredients as Oil Kucnliptus Thymol Menthol etc it gives instant and lasting relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat Make the free test and see for yourself what this preparation cnn and will accomp lish Address Dr Shoop Racine Wis Large jars 50 cents Sold by Severs Drug Co IN TRANCE AFTER SERMON Indlan pos Mans Preaching Gave Negro Strange Tongue Memphis April 26After remain Ing in a trance for twelve hours from the effects of a sermon preached by the Rev G A Cook of Indianapolis representative of the Apostolic faith novement F C Ford aged twenty fie ft negro frightened members of the family of Eldrldge E Wright son of General Luke E Wright Japanese mbassndor by speaking in strange tongues and was taken to a police station on suspicion that he was in ane A deputation of ministers including G A Cook and L P Adams memo iors of tho Apostolic movement called on Chief of Police OHaver and after xplnining that lord was merely In a highly developed spiritualistic state and not Insane effected his release Ford had beon employed as house ioy at the Wright home He went to a mooting conducted by Cook and at the clean of the serman suddenly threw his hands toward heaven and toll with his face to tho floor The soothing spray of Elys Liquid Cream Balm used in an atomizer in an unspeakable relief to sufferers from Catarrh Some of them describe it as a Godsend and no wonder The thick oul discharge is dislodged and the patient breathes freely prehaps for the first time in weeks Liquid Cream Balm contains nil the healing purifying ele nents of the solid form and it never rails to cure Sold by all druggists for 75c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York No Change of Venue New York April 38 Dtstrlqt At orney William Trayejr Jerome da ilarea that he hai no intention pi either aiding for or consenting to a foange of renue for the ned teUl f Harry K Thaw OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through tour kidneys once every three mlnutss Is Its all siz es a 1 ne Klaneys are your blood they fil ter out the waste or Impurities In the blood If they are sick or out of order they fall to do their workIPains achesand rheu matism come from ex cess of uric in the nl1II1otldIthey had heart trouble because the heart la overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and sold on merits by druggists In fifty cent and onedollar You may have purifiers acid sample bottle by mall Home of swampRoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer St Co Binghamton N Y Dont makeany mlstakeibut remember th name SwampBoot Or Kilmers Swamp Root and the a4 Iress Blnghamton N YII I OQ ovorr b5tirt L II Ii ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND 1 No 118 Dally Fast Train leaves 501 AM stops at U ward on rrlve at Louisville A M Olovorpjj No 112 TaU1 laU and Kxpress verport 939 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1215 p m 1 Train No Hi Dally fast mall leaves Olo verport 450 pm stops at all way station east or Oloverport except Mysllc arrlvs at Louisville 735 p m Train No 148 Dally except Saturday Clo verport accommodation arrives Oloverport 830D m No 118 Express Saturday only leaves Cloverport 818 II m arrlTes Loulsvlllu II p m makes all stops except Addison Sum pIe Mystic Lodlburg Webster Long Branch Hurtles and Howard WEST BOUND No 147 Dally except Sunday Cloverport accommodation eaves Cloverport 600 a m arrives Eransrtlle 900 am Train No 111 Dally fast mall and express leaves Cloverport 1043 a m stops only at j Qawesvllle Lewlsport Maceo Owensboro 1 Stanley Henderson and Evansvlllo arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dally ar rives Oloverport 740 p moo Evansvllle 1030 p in Stops at all stations No 115 dully St Louis fast train leavesOIo rerport 11 M arrives Evansvlllel35 A I St 06tP A M stops at llawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only No 117 Express Sunday only leaves Clo verport 925 a m arrives Evansvllle 12 15 p m Makes all stops Except Pates Cbalr cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 146 between Louisville aid St Louis Fordsvllle Branch EAST BOUND t Train No 2 dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvllle 430 n rrlves Irvlngton 840 am t Train No 4 Dallv except Sunday leaves Fords villa 3 20 pm arrives Irvlngton 530 t p ujTrain Nofl Sunday onlY Fordsvlllo830a m Irvine ton 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 850 a moo arrives Fordsvllle 245 pm Train No5 Dally leaves Irvlngton650 m arrives Fordsvllle 1125 D m Bile Poisonhas a very bad effect on your system It disorders your stomach and digestive apparatus taints your blood and causes constipation with all Its fearful Ills Bedfords Black Draught ts a bland tonic liver regulator and blood purifier It gets rid of the poisons caused by oversupply of bile and quickly cures bilious headaches dizziness loss of appetite nausea Indiges tion constipation malaria chills and lever jaundice nervousness Irritability melancholia and all sickness due to disordered liver It Is not a cathartic but a gentle herbal liver medicine which eases without Irritating Price 25c at all Druggists TTw DtidJook Unbroken Mftilfcfo vVls April 26Thre bal lot were taken last night in the R publican senatorial cauoui but tha deadlock la unbroken The thirty Jjitth ballot resulted Cooper 18 Hich 20 Hatten 16 Stephenson 20 Letroot 15 Baenich 4 Winkler 1 iudgp Warren D Tarrant 1 Tko next eolon of the caucus will be bald at 9 oclock Monday night JOHN A BARRY J W PATE MARION WEATIIERHOL- TVIccPrPresident SccyTr iw Cloverport Foundiy Machine CoIncorporated Wo arc pleased to announce to the public that wo are fully equipped and prepared to do on short order all kinds of Ma chine and Boiler repair work We have a firstclass upto date Foundry in connection with our Machine Shop and arrj prepared to make any kind of an iron casting from the small est washer to a ton in weight We carry a complete line of Pipe and Pipe Fittings Mill Supplies Brass Goods Steam Gauges Injectors Pumps Beltinir and Hose Lace Leather Pulleys Shafting Boxes and Hangers Grato Bars Car Wheels Lumber and Log Trucks Boat Flanges now and secondhand Stoves Stove Kopairs Belt Fasteners Belt Dressing Packing Boiler Flues Boiler Paint Babbit Metal best Lubricating Oils and Greases Boiler Fronts secondhand Engines etc We are also agents for the best Steam Gas and Gasoline Engines Portable Marino and Stationary Saw Mills etc Steam and water heating apparatus installed We carry a stock of sheet steel and can make on short order and erect if required smokestacks tanks etc Any thing in our line not mentioned we can make on short order Fencing Wire carried in stock and also Guttering Spouting etc Wo have with us a firstclass tinner and arei prepared to do all kinds of work in this line promptly We Make Gasoline Boat Work a Specialty Send us your work None of it is too difficult for us to handle Estimates furnished on application Correspondence solicited All work done in firstclass workmanship order and satisfaction guaranteed Cloverport Foundry Machine Co Cloverport Kentucky The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000 B F BKARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUl COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vie Robertson B F Beard Dr A MKincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byjFire or Burglary 11 First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J FIGGOTT Preeident JOHN R WIMP VicePresiden- H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits 700 STUDENTS WANTED To quality for the 70O or more dealrable noilUoni that we will be tailed upon u 1111 In the next 7ear We ha4 6240 IU calls m the putyear i Our graduates are In such great demand by builnesa men because vre train them moro THOROUGHLY Uuin other achooU train their mraduatea QUALITY countawith thesbrewd bllll noes men of this day and one If you are unwise enouBh to cheat yourself by taking a cheap abort course at acme school of questionable reputation you cannot with such an quiument induce o business man to cheat himself by giving you aJob Our bonorable career of tortytwo e1II appeals more strongly to business men when in need of competent stenographers and bookkeepers than all the claptrap under the sun You get a Q ODD reputation by attending this school and we make you do THOR OuaIl work wltb the reault tbat you wtU be wanted by business men when you Braduat Enroll a soon us possible A k for elegant OSpage catalogue BRYANT STRATTOH BUSINESS COLLEGE Second Walnut Lonlniiii Ky W H BOWMEH President A D SKILLMAN Cashier V L LianivoOT VicePresident CIISB SKILLMAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECK1NRIDQE BANK Organized 1 872 Capital and Surplus 6200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latcstequipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited L t THE NEWS AND LOUISVILLE DAILY HERALD J1 1 I C jJ j tJ tit 1 1t 1t t i t I c t t fI I 1 t t 1 1 1 f Ii I ii- Il r 1 1 4 i f fI ii 1 T I1 CLAIMS ALLOWED the April Term 1907 of the Breckenridge c County Fiscal Court rrrIl nk Fraize trustee for Mrs ate Mattingly 60 00 jk Fraize trustee for Wash JLane 3200 ik Fraize trustee for MrsC Maria Duncan 42 CO A Beard Co trustee for Irs RosaHibbs 36 00 Beard Co trustee for JMalissn Douglass 5 70 pau1per 600 Beard Co coffin and bu rial robe 8 00 pau4er 600 ifTeaff trustee for Mrs Berry Dalton 33 25 i Teaff trustee for Mollie J Bland 12 00 f Teaff trustee for Sam Pool i Scol 0iri i byj30 50 L Harl trustee for Mamie I j and Murl Askins 30 00 L Harl trustee for George Gibbins 12 00 IS Richardson trustee for f Henry Krouch 15 00 D Dowell trustee for Lillie Dowell 48 00 iza Heudrick trustee for Nel son Cole 01eo 8 50 If Taylor trustee for James Thomas 33 00 l f Taylor trustee for Martha Clark 36 00 A Gray trustee for Sam Hook 48 00 T Guthrie medicine for pris ioners and paupers 53 85 atthlas Miller meat furnished McPool 345 pounds at 625 Icents 22 08 rm Dejarnette trustee for Eliza Withers 18 00 lie Pate clothes furnished John R Elder 1300 rr J C Sutton waiting on pau per at poor house 11 75- r J C Sutton waiting on pris oners at jail 575- r J C Sutton examination of Wallsgirl 500 r J T Baker visit to Mrs Mc Pool 250 Xvm Milner waiting on Hen ry Krouch and medicine furnished 4 CO r R H McMullen waiting on Annie Kiper in confinement 5 00 r P H Nevitt visit and medi cine furnished Jack Willett 5 00 V Robertson posts and lum ber furnished for fencing 3 50 ete Sheeran Bros Co clothes furnished Ellen De Haven col 1 50 Weatherford fe Son trustee for Joe Davis 2000 Wen Newby for keeping poor house four days 10 20 dn R Elder lalary as poor housekeeper 431 46 rs John R Elder sewing for paupers 27 80I e Walls salary as Pauper Commissioner for year 1006 100 00 e Walls extra expenses visiting and seeing to outside paupers 20 00 Iwin Egait coffin for pauper 6 00 iston Whitworth Co coal I furnished to poor house 50 77 It is ordered by the cburt that the Mowing sums be and are hereby al fcred and appropriated to the persons low named respectively for the ser ies mentioned astcountyl payable quarterly 800 00 is Brown salary as conniyat ttorney year 1007 payable quarterly 600 OQ F Hook salary as county clerk year 1007 payable quarterly 150 C- OSt I Clair salary as supervisor of roads year 1007 payable quarterly 600 00 tin ORlelly justice four days April term 1907 12 00 M Bates justice four days April term t907 12 00 G Vessels justice four dnys April term 1007 12 00 H Drury justice four days April term 1807 12 00 T McCamish justice three days April term 1907 9 00 ank Ruppert justice three days April term 1007 0 00 ank DeHaven judge Novem ber election IgOO 200 H Mattingly judge Novem ber election 1906 2 00 ha ORielly clerk November election 1006II 200 A Wright sheriff November election 1006 2 ao Tl Gregory judge November r election I006 2 00 yJtedNMeY badge November election 1900n 2 00 C L Bruington clerk Novem ber election 1906 2 00 B F May sheriff November election IgOO 200 A McII Meador judge November election 1900 200 C F Black judge November election 1900 3 00 A S Elder clerk November election 1906 2 00 C E Robbins sheriff November election Ig06 i 01 G N Taul judge November election 1906 If 00 Tice Jolly judge November election IgOfl 200 Wm Ahl clerk November elec tion 1900 2 00 D R Murray sheriff November election 1000 2 00 L L Waggoner judge Novem ber election 1997 280 Sam BurdItt judge November election Jgo6 2 00 Z T Hardin clerk November election 1006 200 J C Mattingly sheriff Novem ber election 1900 2 SO II L Stader judge November election igOO 214 W B Allen judge November 00ID H Severs clerk November election Ig06 2 00 C S Lamb judge November election 1906 2 80 John H Dean judge November election 1906 200 H A Oelze clerk November election Jg06 2 00Ii A B Oram sheriff November election IgOO 2 80 J J Keenan judge November election Jg06 203 Geo H Newmau judge Novem ber election ig06 200 J R Laslie clerk Novcmber election IgOO 200 W I Taul sheriff November election Ig06 265 N Brumfield judge November election Ig06 2 00 K B Blain judge November election igOO 2 80 J H Miller clerk November election 1006 2 00 W C Cashman sheriff Novem ber election jgOO 280 J P Severs judge November election mot 313 J W Brown judge November election Ig06 200 H E Frymire clerk November election Ig06 2 00 M S Jolly sheriff November election i906 aMS- G B Cunningham judge N- ovemberelection19063 60 McH Frymire judge November election IgOO 200 Geo A Gilliland clerk Novem ber election 1906 J 200 Geo Speaks sheriff November election igOO 3 60 J S Adkisson judge November election 1900 H 00 H B Parks judge November election IgCO 2 00 H C Haddock clerk November election IgOfl 200 A J Dyer sheriff November election igOO 3 00 John N Akers clerk November election IgOfl 200 Pomp McCoy judge November election 1006 3 30 DP Spradlin judge November election Ig06 2 00 J B Herndon sheriff November election iOoO 330 Thomas J Jolly judge Novem ber election IgqG 3 15 P W Foote judge November election 1906 2 TO D C Heron clerk November election 1 g06 300 Abel GilHngwater sheriff No vember election 1906 315 W T Norris Judge November election 1006200 A A Scott judge November electlon19063 00 C C Morton clerk November election igoO 200 W J Miller sheriff November election 1000 II 360 J A Cook judge November election 1900 300 T J Bennett judge November election 1006 3 15 J M Butler clerk November election 1106 200 Joel Bruner sheriff November election 190IJII 3 15 H C Garner judge November election 1906 330 McH Quiggins judge Novem ber election 1000 2 00 N L Mercer clerk November election 1006 200 J H Corner sheriff November election 1006u 3 80 John HBuUer judge November election J9061uu 2 110 George Draine judge November election 1006 300 Tice McCoy clerk November election Ig06 200 W J Ballman sheriff November election 1006 2 00 Joe Glasscock judge Novem ber election Ig06 200 B F Compton judge November elscUon 1000 3 20 F K Rhodes clerk November election 1906 200 M Whitworth sheriff Novem ber election 10o6 3 20 B A Whittinghill judge Novem ber election 1000 2 00 J R Mattingly judge November election 1900 300- J M Howard clerk November election Ig06 2 00 W C Kane sheriff November election 1000 300 C L Fisher judge November election Ig06 200 E C Burton judge November election IgOO 3 15 D N Howard clerk November election 1006 200 David Chamblis sheriff No vember election 1006 315 Frank DeHaven judge regis tration election IgOO 200 C II Matlingly judge registaa tion election 1000 2 00 Clarence Lewis clerk registra tion election Ig06 2 00 G A Wright sheriff registra tion election IgOO 200 Taylor Beard judge registra tion election IgOO 2 00 Tom Gregory judge registration election 1006 2 00 C M Payne clerk registration election IgOG 2 00 B F May sheriff registration election 1000 2 00 A deli Meador jidge registra tion election IgOO eo 2 00 C F Black judge registration election 1906 200 Andrew Elder clerk registra tion election Ig06 2 00 C E Robbins sheriff registra tion election 1906 200 Philip Greenwell judge regis tration election 1006 2 00 John II Elder judge registra tion election 1900 200 C D Payne surveyors fees in S S Galloway road case 7 00 W J Owen viewers fees in S S Galloway road case two days 2 00 Jake Limer viewers fees in S S Galloway road cage two days 2 00 J M Bruce damages in S S Galloway road case 30 00 J H Clark damages in S S Galloway road case 25 00 W F Hook clerks fees in JasR Mattingly road case 25 S T Smith D S fees in Jas R Mattingly road case 200 C D Payne surveyors fees in Jas R Mattingly road case 4 50 Jake Limer viewers tees in Jail R Mattingly road case one day 1 00 W W Brown viewer in Jas R Mattingly road case one day 1 00 W F Hook clerks fees in A Bruner road case 225 C D Payne surveyors fees in A Bruner road case 400 W F Hook clerks fees in Vir gil Goodman road case 540 Milt Miller sheriffs fees in Vir gil Goodman road case 2 00 C D Payne surveyors fees in Virgil Goodman road case 4 00 C C Pile viewer one day Fir gil Goodman road case 100 W L Matthews viewer one day Virgil Goodman road case 1 00 Huston Alexander viewer one day Virgil Goodman road case 1 00 Grover C Drane chainmanone day Virgil Goodman road case 100 W F Smiley chairman one day VirgilGoodman road case 1 00 W F Hook clerks fees tf V St Clair road case 475 Milt Miller sheriffs fees J V St Clair road case 200 C D Payne surveyors feesJ V St Clair road case 4 00 John Flood viewer one day J V St Clair road case 100 G S Wilson viewer one day J V St Clair road case 1 00 W F Hook clerks fees John Pile road case 0 75 Milt Miller sheriffs fees John Pile road case 2 50 L B Basham chainman two days John Pile road case 2 00 Jas N Smile chainman two days John Pile road case 200 Jubal Hook Jr viewerone day John Pile road case 100 Henry Davis viewer two days John Pile road case 2 00 Jas Durham vjewer one day John Pile road case 1 00 E W Tucker viewer one day John Pile road case 1 00 C D Payne surveyors fees John Pile road case 8 00 L B Basham damages John Pile road case 5 00 R T Lampton damages John Pile road caser 100 00 W F Hook clerks fees P W Pate road case 1215 Milt Miller sheriffs feesPW ePate abad cawSst J L 6O0- C D Payne surveyors feesP W Pate road case 700 P D Pate chaiuman one day P W Pate road case 100 J A Beavin chainman one day P W Pate road case 1 00 Wm Ahl viewer two days P W Pate road case 200 Lum Davis viewer two days P W Pate road case h 2 cow F Hook clerks fees Jas H Pryor road case J19 8i H M Beard D S fees Jan H Pryor road case 4100 S T Smith D S fees Jas H Iryor road case 1450 H C Jolly Sr surveyor s fees Jas H Pryor road case 700 Jas H Mercer witness one day Jas II Pryor road case 1 00 Dave C rter witness three days Jas H Prvor road case a 00 Jim T Moore viewer three days Jas H Prvor road case 3 00 Jno T Moore witness threeIdays Jas II Pryor road case 3 00 Samuel Parsons witness three days Jas H Pryor road case 3 00 Samuel Parsons viewer one day Jas H Pryor road case 1 00 N T Mercer witness three days Jas II Pryor road case 3 00 N T Mercer viewer three days Jlas H Pryor road case 3 00 John Carwile chainman two days Jas II Pryor road case 2 00 J H Pryoi chainman two days Jas II Pryor road case 2 00 Zeno Carwile witness three days Jaa II Pryor road case 3 00 R M Bruce witness one day Jas II Iryor road case 1 00 Albert Helm witness one day Jas H Iryor road case 1 00 Edmond Garner damages Jas II Pryor road case 40 00 Albert Helm witness one day Tas II Pryor road case I 00 Tom Ganaway witness one day Jae II Pryor road case 1 00 Emory Lampion witness one day Jas II Pryor road case 1 00 W F Hook clerks fees J H Skillman road case 045 Milt Miller sheriffs fees J H Skillimm road case 4 00 C D Payne surveyors fees J II Skihman road case 400 E II DeHaven viewer one day J II Skillman road case 1 00 J W Miller viewer one day J II Skillman road case 100 Tone Mattingly chainman one day J II Skillman road case 1 00 Ernest Mattingly chainman one day J H Skillman road case 100 Upon motion Dr J T Baker was elected poor house physician for the ensueing year It is ordered by the court that Chas Butler D S be and he is allowed for fees the suns of Ui 50 Wm Ahl clerk registration election ig06 200 Robt Mattingly sheriffregis tration election 1000 2 00 L Waggoner judge registra tion election 1906 2 00 J E Yanks judge registration election 1906 2 80 K T Hardin clerk registration election 1006 4 200 J C Mattingly sheriff registra tion election 1000 2 SO Wm D Allen judge registra tion election 19C6 2 00 II L Stader judge registration election Ig06 2 SOD H Severs clerk registration election jg06 200 B W Noell sheriffregistration election 1000 2 SO John Dean judge registration election 1900 280 R A Pate judge registration election WOO 200 H A Oelze clerk registration election 1006 2 00 J E Black sheriff registration election 1000 280 N Brumfield judge registration election 1000 200 K B Blaine judge registration election IgOO 280 W C Blaine clerk registration election 1006 200 W C Cashman sheriff registra tion election IgOO 2 80 E L Bennett judge registration election IgOO 300 Pomp McCoy judge registra tion election 1000 3 30 C J Hinsel clerk registration election 1000 200 J B Herndon sheriff registra tion election 1000 330 D C Moorman judge registra tion election IgOfl 3 00 B A Whittinghill judge registration election lgOOT 2 00 J M Howard clerk registration alection 1000 200 WC Kane sheriff registration election 1900 300 Lee Bishop fees as coroner 37 50 1ST Smith fees as deputy sher iff 2360 chargedI 16 10 J H Miller conveying prisoner and pauper to county seat 0 00 J W Teaff supplies furnished prisoners in jail h 3 30 J W Teaff supplies furnished for public property 60 Milt Miller feesas sheriff 240 35 Milt Miller fees as sheriff 80 Ss Milt Miller fees as sheriff in Ilunacy cases 5 60 J J Dyer room for holding two- elecUontiandoaeregistration 0 00 WNcH1YmCARTRIDGES For Rifles Revolvers and Pistols Winchester cartridges in all calibers from 22 to 50 shoot where you aim when the trigger is pulled They are always accurate reliable and uniform Shoot Them and Youll Shoot Well Always Buy Winchester Make S T Smith fees as deputy sheriff 35 80 Win Storms taxes erroneously assessed and paid fur 1906 3 44I M G Duller taxes erroneously assessed and paid for IgOG 140 lI D Pumphrey taxes erron eously assessed and paid for 1906 116- V T Driskell taxes erroneously assessed and paid for 1006 1 46 T Adkissoo room for election and legislation Ig06 6 00 Breckinridge Democrat ballots and election supplies 66 50 R G Gardiner room for regis tration and election 1000 6 00 Felix Askins taxes erroneously assessed and paid for 1900 0 60 C P Dabbage poll tax for 1900 erroneously assessed and paid 1 50 Dr L H Moremen salary ac Health Officer for year to April 1007 70 00j Milt Miller taxes unpaid but charged against him 1 51 G W Beard supervisor or 1907 thirteen days 19 50 W G Smart supervisorfor 1907 thirteen days 19 50 W S Cart supervisor for 1907 thirteen days 19 50 John Alexander supervisor for 1907 thirteen days 19 50 W V Moorman supervisor for 1907 thirteen lays 19 50 W V Hook clork board of su pervisors for 1907 thirteen days 1950 John P Morton Co order book for county 12 50 James E Hughes extra binding- on deed book 250 Paul Compton premium on insurance policies 11 70 J T Hobin supplies furnished jail 13 45 Bradley Gilbert Co supplies and books furnished offices 33 90 W F Hook fees in Jas Johnson roadcase 7 90 Milt Miller fees in Jas Johnson road case 250 O R Hardin viewer in Jas Johnson road case one day 1 00 Joe B Smart viewer in Jas Johnson road case one day 1 00 W F Hook clerks fees in It B Norton road case 18 4 Milt Miller sheriffs foes in 15 B Norton road case 9 oo C D Payne surveyors feos in E B Norton road case 11 ac- C C Ahl viewer in E B Norton road case two days 200 Henry Davis viewer in E B Norton road case two days 2 00 Isaac Compton chainman in E B Norton road case one day 1 oo Jas Tabor chainman in E B Norton road case one day 1 oo C F Black viewer in E B Nor ton road case one day 1 oo Matt Payne viewer in E B Norton road case one day loo Cliff Payne chainman in E B Norton road case one day 1 0 Austin LeGrand damages in E B Norton road case 15 oo Mrs Fannie Board damages in E B Norton road case 15 oo W F Hook clerks fees in S S Galloway road case 12 15 S T Smith D S fees in S S Galloway road case 6 oo It is ordered by the court that S T Smith D S be and he is hereby al lowed for fees the sum of 162 Upon motion of Justice Drury the claim of J F Carter for sheep killed amounting to the sum of J18 was reconsidered and upon his motion was allowed And the same is certified to the auditor for payment It is ordered by the court that the following claims be and they are here by allowed and ordered certified by the auditor for payment John F Beavin one sheep killed 5 S P Drury one sheep killed 54 R B McGlothlnn 2 sheep killed fS E Frank Carter ono sheep killed f5 John H Hudson five sheep killed one damaged 120 Paul Campton salary as commissioner and receive room rent for November election 1906 and rent for room for storage of tools 92 M H Beard fees as commissioner to report upon outstanding bonds and also as commissioner to make settlements 40 vContinued Next Week Ca TORYAp- sr eeiha Kind You Have Always Kpatoe tt HE MEANS BUSINESS Kansas Attorney General Will Enforce Prohibition Laws Topeka Kan April 24 Attorney General Jackson by securini an In junction against nine foreign brewing companies to prevent their owning property and operating saloons and In obtaining an order for the appointment of receivers for the brewers property has taken the most effective measure ever Invoked to enforce the prohibitory law In Kansas He In tends to push his crusade to an active conclusion and in an interview said When the receiver Is named he will proceed to locate and take under his control all property of the defendants found In the state and will thus be able to state every place where thn defendants are In any way carrying on business in Kansas Any attempt to conceal the sale of liquors will place the defendants and all the participat ing agents any placo in the state In contempt of the supreme court Let me mail you free to prove merit samples of my Dr Shoops Restorative and my Book on either Dyspepsia The Heart or The Kidneys Address me Dr Shoop Racine Wis Troubles of the stomach Heart or Kidneys are merely symptons of a deeper ailment Dont make the common error of treating symptons only Symptom treatment is treating the result of your ailment and not the cause Weak Stomach nerves the inside nervesmeans Stomach weakness always And the Heart and Kid neys as well have their controlling or inside nerves Weaken these nerves and you inevitably have weak vital organs Here is where Dr Shoops Restorative has made its fame No other remedy ever claims to treat the inside nerves Also for bloating biliousness bad breath or complexion use Dr Shoops Restorative Write for my free Book now Dr Shoops Restora tve sold by Severs Drug Co Ashland Ky April 26 Jasper Mox well and his bride were drowned in the BIg Sandy river while fording the stream on horseabck They were mar vied three days ago and were on their 5way for a honeymoon visit with rela tlves In Boyd county DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hatel Salve does not merely heal on the surface it penetrates the pores and promptly rej lieves pain caused by boils burns scalds cuts and skin diseases It is es pecially good for piles Beware of imi tations Sold be All Druggists Will Fight Constitution Oklahoma City Okla April 23 Following a conference here of Republican politicians of prominence ex Delegate B S McGuIre intimated that the Republicans will fight the constl tution and will not put a state ticket In the field lie said that In his opin rejectothe constitution and that congress would not accept the obnoxious feat urea of the document OLD PEOPLE NEED VINOLIBecause it contains the very elements needed to rebuild wasting tissues and replace feebleness with strength We return money if it tails tobeaefi- tSe dDrug Co 1 1 a = 9SNBS T c vr n I 1 J I iNr 7e- BRECRLNR1DGE NEWS UNO D BABBAQE SONS Publlihlne Oo j blued Every Wednesday abeorlpUon Price f100 a year or tS6If paid aUfae end of year CARDS OFTHANKS over Ore lines charKed jir at the rate of 10 cent per line OBITUARIES charged tor at the rate of b tow per tine Money In advance Xxaalne the label on your paper IfltlIs not correct please notify us When ordering ft change In the address t tibsaibers should give their old as welllUl the new address = EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY MAY I 190- 7SEJM1OiYETTES The following advice to parents ion how to treat their boys is taken from the WaitaMinute column of the Louisville Herald Every now and theu a friend contrib tes Here is a little advice Its free You do not have to take It You needn read it unless you want tobut DO It wilt do you good and perhaps help thx- twy There are as many kind of boys ai there are boys Each boy has a back alto a heart Were the heart touched more and Lbt back Iless there would not be eo much talk of bad boys Spare the rod and spoil the child iii the fraud theory of the age Does the physician cauterize scarify w phlebotonixe for every ca- To whip every child for every offens ie monstrous and iniquitous- A heart Iis hardened by such treat outset A school teacher that punishes i scholar by whipping iis in that respect i failre A child that iis old enough to go 1 to school can be reasoned with Make your boy your friend your con Hdnt win his love and your influent will bt such that no harsh words new ever be uttered no punishment inflicted If he comes home with his clothe Urn face and hands dirty crippled from playing baseball say Johnnie whit side won See how he will brighten up and how enthusiastically he will tell you how he knocked every ball nearly to the fence Dont let your boy recite to your visi tors have mercy on your guests and save them from the white lie habit Dont tell your neighbors wife that your boy never told a lie in his life She may have a boy too and she will doubt you If this unaccountable uncontrollabh inclination comes over your boy to brew a window tell him to come home and break yours Its less expensive and remarks there on will not be so plentiful- If he wants to smoke get him the bet and strongest cigars you can Its heron treatment but it cures If you go to the matinee or the ball game take him with you If he wants to hays boys race and rip through your house let him have his wayAt least you know that you hove him at home If he comes mnrchiug home with a blackened eye and nose bleeding say to him Johnnie did you give the other fellow a few wallops According to his story good as his yyou will soon feel sorry for the ether boy If you want him to go to Sunday school go with him If he dont want to go to church dont make him Dont make him read the Bible tell him about it One little boy we know was not quite three years of age For some offense his father had punished him He cried a little while and then said I dont see what you want to hit a little child like me that way for He was told that it was necessary to make him obedient He then said A few taps would have done just as well My grandmother sayb that my mother was an awful bad child and my grandma says that you were the worst boy in town My mother has come out all right you have come out all right and if youll let me alone I will come out all right That boy was a philosopher All boys philosophersNow us if we treat our boy as we advise you to treat yours for we will be compelled to tell you that we have no little boy Mr Matheny Leaves Mr F E Matheny who has boon making his headquarters in Cloverport as foreman of the Indiana Tie Co has moved to Stephensport Mr Matheny has purchased some very desirable property in Stephensport and will move his family there from Eldorado Ill Mr Matheny is an excellent business man ad Cloverport dislikes to give him up I SPELLING REFORMS PROGRESS tPBOFBSflOB B1UNDEB MATTHEWS Chairman Brander Matthews of the Simplified Spelling board at Its first annual meeting at New York submitted a report In which he stated hat at least 100000 persons were using the form of spelling urged by the or San lzatlonEarly Marriage Results Divorces are happily rare In society circles Separation by mutual consent however grows more frequent every you Every one has upon his or her visiting list husbands and wives who never meet If they can help It but between whom there has never been an open breech Incompatibility of tom per is the usual cause and the renson for that Is one Imagines the still COInI mon custom of encouraging tho young er generation to marry before they have begun to approach years of dill creUon LotMlon Throne French Ignorance of the Bible As to the utter Ignorance of the or dhmrv Frenchman of the Bible Mrs Stead gave a curious Illustration in his own experience At the general election of 1000 ho published a po litical pamphlet entitled The Candi dates of Cain dedicated to all can- dIdates who approved of the Boer war A French publisher asked to be al lowed to bring the pamphlet out In a French translation In Purls But he said you must give us another title Nobody In France knows who Cain is On Mr Stead repeating this to some literary friends In Paris they declared the publisher was right Arc nono of the Biblical characters known to this generation of Frenchmen 1 Mr Stead asked Not one was the as tonishing reply Nobody roads tho Bible In Franco Westminster Ga sotto The Stormy Gulf Tho gulf of Mexico is n water of storms not frequent but freuziedly violent It Is In effect nn scallop rut from the Intnl In1111on8eI cane seen to gravitate to it naturally They are born lu the neighborhood of the SnrnRossn sea strike the West lu tiles end not Infrequently leave those bl1lllthrownwall slides along It for u little space and again socks vncnncy Those er ratic forces of the air strike the coast of Mexico or the const of Texas nc cording to their angle and death Is In their track The things called tidal waves In that section are not really tidal waves They are not caused lhy an upheaval They are merely local In effect They are not vast walls of water moving with resistless speed and weight over tho face of the ocean They are waters banked up against a low coast by wind pressure until they overflow In many Instances the sub mergence Is gradual and amplo opportunity for escape Is given Other times the violence of the air makes them sudden and people are drowned St Louis GlobeDemocrat A Juvenile Superstition There Is a stone In the high wall that surrounds Glrard college that has for years been the object of n juvenile tra dition says the Philadelphia Record It Is situated on the Ridge avenue front and Is halfway between Nine teenth and Twentieth streets and five root from the pavement The stone Is one of the regular stones of the wall but It has tho peculiarity of being perfectly round In shape and a peculiar reddish brown In color There Is not a boy who lives In that section who docs not regard It as the lucky stone and call It such According to the boyish superstition every lad who passes It should spit on It and make a wish which will come trite and should he Ignore the stone In passing bud lucks sure to come Curious persons hear JausedInboy spit on the stone as he passed Well Posted Some sightseers visited the Corcoran Art gallery In Washington They stood tor a time before Jean Leon Geromes huge painting depicting the death of Julius Caesar Caesar lies stricken at the foot of Pompeys statue Whats the matter with that fellow said one of them Why dont you read his tory was the retort The man is Julius Caesar He has Just been shot by Marc Antony Washington Post The Ladies Home Journal and Harpers Bazar for May on sale at the News officeMiss Dorothy Gregory of Branden burg is the guest of her grandmother Mrs L G Gregory BRIEF DISPATCHES SATURDAY The city of Hollo Fanny P I has been practically destroyed by fire Reports from the coal district of Alberta show that with but few exceptions every miner is out It is reported that 50000 Jews 1 in Roumanla are destitute and will starve unless prompt aid IB furnished The antiMagyar movement IsI spreading in districts of Hungary In habited jointly by Roumanians and MagyarsA in the New York police force has taken place under authority of the bill recently passed by the leg islatureUnable to bear the disgrace of his indictment for graft John Adams chief of police of Newark N J blew out his brains Business failures in the United States for the week number 167 against 194 last week and 167 In the like week of 1900 MONDAY By the capsizing of a river steamer at St Petersburg thirtyone persons were drowned Lord Arthur Laurence Haliburton for a number of years British undersecretary of state for war is dead Two dod and twelve Injured Is tho result of a collision on the Southern railway at Woodlawn Junction Ala Tho vice governor of the prison at RostovonDon Russia was shot dear In tho streets His assassin was ar restedTho interstate commerce commis- sIon will give hearings at Columbus 0 Memphis Tcun and Louisville Ky this week One hundred Filipinos enroute to the Jamestown exposition have ar rived at San Francisco Thre civilized mid three savage tribes are rep resented TUESDAY The striking miners at Goldfield have returned to work their griev ances having been adjusted Tho Oklahoma constitutional convention has adjourned until Aug 5 or at the call of tho president- A new provisional government of Honduras has been organized with General Miguel R Davila as president Denver will make an effort to secure one or both of the national convene Lions of the two great parties in 1908 Three persons were drowned in the Delaware river a few miles below Chester Pa by the capsizing of a schoonerTwo are dead and a third is dying as the result of a fire which burned the house of Charles Brad well at Mystic la Secretary Taft who has returned from a Carribbean trip says ho found matters in Cuba in what under the circumstances must be considered a very satisfactory condition WEDNESDAY The Port Blakeley lumber mill at Seattle was destroyed by fire involving a loss of 750000 The business portion of Alderson a mining town In Indian Territory was destroyed by fire Loss 25000 An American branch of the Asso ciation for International Conciliation has been organized at New York Circumstances connected with the burning of the arsenal at Toulon France create a suspicion of incen diarism Mrs Charles F Crisp widow of Speaker Crisp of the national housed representatives is dead at her home at Amerlcus Ga James White was shot and killed by Albert Watson at Sturgis Ky over a trivial matter Watson mado his es cape Both men were miners- THURSDAY Herman Lagercrantz the new Swedish minister has been formally pre sented to the president The Zoller Packing company plant at Allegheny was destroyed by fire causing a loss of about 300000 The state department has been In formed of the successful conclusion of the peace negotiations at Amapala Mexico is to be visited by General Kurokl the famous Japanese soldier after his visit to the Jamestown ex position It Is said that Brigadier General Albert I Mercer recently promoted will succeed to the command of the department of Texas Elections in Honduras for a presi dent and a congress to replaoe the defeated Bonllla administration will be held In about sixty days- FRIDAY The Jail at Chipley Fla was destroyed by fire and one prisoner was burned to death The military court at Odessa has sentenced to death seven mien con victed of murdering a family of five persons The famous Pablo herd of buffalo of the Flathead reservation Montana fans boon sold to the Canadian gov ernment Three thieves made away with a tray containing 5000 worth of diamonds from a jewelry store at Oakland Cal The Russian parliament has refused to send a commission to Riga to inves tigate alleged cruelties practiced upon political prisoners The bill providing far Polish autonomy introduoed In the Russian parlla ment by the polish delegation lien eeunUrlaf exposition fropa the Com iMtetteial Democrat wu SPRING OFFERINGS J A few of the many things we have in store for our customers are presented this week among them are the followingII StarBrandShoes Mens Oxfords Eternity Vici Kid at 250 Pilgrim plain Southern tie at 350 Patriot Patent Chrome Blucher I 75LatestV Mens Fine Shoes our Gold Bond at 150 IIFrom and Patent Pliss- esOxfords Colt at 40- 0Womens I I Mascot plain and cap too at 125lll- uchorI Oxford at 150- II 50ShoeSatin in Patent and Vici at 200 Full Patent Colt at 225 I Queen Quality in Pat and Kid at 250 White Slippers I Ladies 21 to Cs 150 Misses 9s tons 1 to 1157 IILadies TanssSome excellent values wortfe s and wear at 3 Mens Clothing I Full Line Uptodate Two piecei suits in gray plaids1U0550 to Blue 500traLatest styles best quality in our regular line of Clothing Grays blacks blues 600from Mens Hats Famous Price SvannII Telescope excelIlonce XX Derby a dresser at 250IIKentucky Cardinal at No Comparison at p 150 Straw Goods from lOc to 150 I Remnant Mailings n1Some splendidl offerings in rious lengths just the i you need now in your thingsIIr up oJ to 10 yard lengths ular price of these goods We aittss lling 14c them to 30cII IIneedII well we will please you B F Beard Co J Hardinsburg Ky I 17wR 7tl iw7trTs+ 9t 77 i Remember Our Full Line of SPRING SUITSI- nII all the best and Latest Patterns Guar I C12Ij for Men Women and Children to wear Lowest price on Genuine German Millet 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 Isame IIGet Our Prices on Farm Impliments I Glasscock Co lfIfiBSjai fiijB lSfj iiBI Kodol Glendeane Ky 1- laiBJjSJ lFOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Relieves Indigestion Sour Stomach Belching et On He 4 rnrAnD OIlLY ATTar 4OATOEYor 2 I E C DcWITT 4c COMPANY ILILrFor Sale bye l Druggists J T I rJr d kkfalse Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY I11907 tJ PERSONAL H AND LOCAL k Mrs Harry White went to Louisville Saturday Go to Babbages for groceries sad dlery etc + jDr Forrest Lightfoot went to Hawes ville Sunday Hovfous Rafferty was home from iioulsville Sunday f Miss Iula severs entertained Lb I Girls Club last week Ben Masterson arrived here from Hawesville Sunday night Billy Bowmer Minary has gone to Versailles to visit relatives Norman Gregory has returned from a visit to friends in the country Mrs J D Gregory returned home from Louisville Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Truman Adams Lodisville are the guests of relatives Rev Hayes presiding elder of the Methodist church was here Sunday K Mr aud Mrs Darnell Dowden of 2 rllattoon Ill are the guests of friends- Mr and Mrs Ben Miller of Holt were the guests of relatives here Sun day Mrs J M Cordrey hm just received a beautiful line of new hU and flowers Mrs Della Bozarth of Hnwesville fis the guest of her sister Mrs Tony NicholsMrs Eugene Haynes and daughter Miss Ruth have returned home from WebsterMisses Rebecca and Martha Willis will entertain the Girls Club thi afternoonJudge Henry Dellaveu Moorman of Hardinsburg was here SUnday eurottte to Louisville f Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Tom Ferry has returned home from Louisville where he went to see Dr Carteledge for treatment Mr and Mrs D Stuart Miller o- I f Owensboro have been the guests ofI Mr and Mrs D Stuart Millet Jr Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Virginia of Versailles spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J D Gregory Dr P W Foote of Irvington was Babbage1w rA family dinner was given Saturday evening at the home of Mr Abe Skill man iu honor of his seventyfifth birth day John T Ditto of Decatur 111 and Wm Ditto of Brandenburg were th I guests of Mr and Mrs J D SundayIMr and Mss George Bentley and children of Hawesville returned home Sunday on their launch after a visit to Dr and Mrs Forrest Light ot Mr and Mrs Thos Daniels attended the funeral of Mrs Daniels father Mr John Emrich who died at his home near Chambers Hancock county Sun dayDavid Phelps gave a boat party to Hawesville Sunday afternoon HisI guests were Misses Margaret Moor man Lula Severs Bertha Long and Messrs Allen Pierce and Ira Behen Mrs Robert Pierce gave a family dinner party Wednesday Her guest- were Mrs Fred Ferry Mrs Dell Hambleton Miss Jane Hambleton James Fisher ani Mrs Chas Kiel and children of Kosmosdale- A surprise dinnerparty was given tIt I Mr J J Dyer Monday at his hcme honor of hisi seveijtyfifth birthday The guests were Mr aud Mrs JohnI Ne bauer Mr and Mrs Vernon Conner Miss Jennie Patterson and Mrs Dyer Each one presented him with nicer useful presents i CHENAULT jStott Cunningham returned from Louisville Thursday D Parr of Texas is visiting friends and relatives here doughItor Nellie Wednesday a visit to friends in Wolf Creek Bloom Greenwell of St Louis was the guest of Miss MargaretI Stallmann Friday evening- C L Warren and daughter Ermine went to Hnrdinsburg Thursday on business Mrs J F Jarboe and children went to Hardinsburg last week to see her daughter Effie who isi very ill with measles Mrs Kate Cunningham of Derby spent one day last week with Mrs S Cunningham Born to the wife of Abe Ben BIG SPRING Sidney Smith of Chicago iss visiting Mrs Julia Clarkson and family Mrs Thompson and son of vensborowho were hero visiting her mother Sirs Willie Griffith have returned home Frand Bush who has been at Spenceport N Y for several1 months is at home for a short stay Chris Sauter of Louisville an electrician was here last week and installed new 50 point exchange and we now have a trunk line running to Vine Grove and con necting with the Cumberland Tom Hardinof ButtCjMontannn who was visiting his mother ha 5 returned home Miss Edna Dowell entertainedI the Ladies Aid Social on the 20th i and was quite an enjoyable affair ofJno D Meador was in Bran burg Friday on business Mrs Will Hungarland andI children of Louisville are here visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jess Clarkson Misses Essie Buchannan andI Carrie Ililey of Vine Grove vie inity spent Thursday hore th guest of Mrs Meyer a John Tindcll of Garrottis here helping Jack Collins in his blac smith shop II H Kemper and wife wereI here Saturday and Sunday tho- r guest of her mother Mrs Julial Clarkson Mrs Jim Cooperof Vine Grover is with her brother S C Cray croft for a fore doss Dr Duncan the dentist has re turned to his home at Elixabeth townTom Richardson of Louisville visited his brother John Richard son last week Miss Mabel Scott is visiting her uncle Tom Scott and other relatives in Louisville Mrs Mary Yoodof Texas iisj visiting her brother John Rich ardson The Stork visited the home of Vlr and Mrs William B Richi- on the 18 and left a daughter Born to the wife of Sam Al daughterEBlack Jack Notes J Dr lardesty worn to Brandon burg Thursday Tach Hobbs near here is serious ly illMrs Rosa Sipse is on the sick list Mrs Rosa Sipso entertained a number of her friends Wednesday l Those present were Jim Foushee and wife W DPrather andwife Ed Sipso and wife Will Sipes and ShacklottMisses i Mablo Foushee Myrtle Prather and Miss Lamb They wore invited to spend the day with her iit birthdayoAunt Polly Mitchel died nt Tier home onday morning of pneumonia She was sixtyeight years of ago and a devoted Christian She leaves two brothers and one sister to mourn her loss Her remains were entered in the St kfarti I cemetery Tuesday SAMPLE Farmers are the busiest people around now Mrs Charles Bowmer and chil dren of Irvington who have been visiting her sister Mrs W H Jolly for several days returned1 homo Friday F A Dowell of Burasj was lucre Thursday on the lookout for horses Russell Dowell spent last week with his uncle H T Dowell at Beech Hill- Mesdames Bill Wheeler and Alfred Adkins jr word in Har dinsburg last week shopping L D Dowell attended quarter ly meeting at Holt Sunday Floyd Armstrong was in Lahan Sunday the guest of Miss Hiion 1 1 rsr James Arm- I 1 t7ttA I daughter Myrtle spent Sunday with Mrs Scott Peckenpaugh J Hickerson and wife were in Stephensport Saturday Call and see our new goods L D Dowell Miss Jarrett went to Garfield Saturday to he gone severalI weeks visiting relatives Jim Jolly wife and daughter Kate and Miss Eva Brumficld were in Union Star Sunday Dan Haynes was here Sunday Will Jolly and wife were iin Stephensport Saturday shopping Several from hero will nttend quarterly meeting at Shilo this week J W Hunter was in Clovers port Sunday Mrs L D Dowell entertained the young people after Sunday school Sunday evening They were Misses Eva and Bessie Brumfield Lillian and Glac- Dowell and Grace Hickerson + I Messrs Carl Brmstrong Morton Brumfield Willie Gibson Dennie Roberts and John Miles All had an enjoyable afternoon Man and Superman As a rule mans H tool cooteWhen Its wants Always wanting what Is not Never wanting what hes not As a rule mans a fool kAsa rule womans wise When sUe cant let what she waD Then she cries iUn cannot withstand her team So M gives up to the dears As a ruili woraaus wise When iheoant get what she wools Then she crios J W Davis In Century Magftilnu DIES AT SEA Leading man of the Mrs Wlggs o The Cabbage Patch Company And a Successful Actor Elsie Janis and her motherMrs Jan Bierbauer received April 17a wireless message sent from the Atlantic Trans port liner Minneapolis which sailed for London on Saturday confirming the report of the death at sea of Percy Janis who disappeared from the ship on Sun day night The message was from the members of the Mrs Wiggs of th Cabbage Patch company of which he was the leading man and read Held services for Percy today mothser and sister The actors family here had an im pression that fhe first reports of his disappearance would be dissipated late by a thorough search of the liner The hwere prostrated by the message wbic made it certain that he had died fin the seaNew York Sun BABY WASTED TO MERE SKELETON In Torments a Year and a Half with Terrible Sores on Face and Body Hands Tied to Stop Scratching sand Tearing at fleshBut CURE BY CUTICURA COMPLETE AND SPEEDY a liMy llttlo son when about a year siloa halt old began to have sores come out on his face I had a phy sician treat him but tho sores grow worse Then they began to comp on his arms then on other parts of his body and then one came on his chest worse than the others Then I called another physi clan Still ho grew worse At the end of about a year and a half of suffering he grew so bad I had to tie his hands fromnscratching tho sores and tearing the flesh He got to be a mere skeleton and was hardly able to walk My aunt advised me to try Cuticura faitand Ointment So great was her in it that she gave me a small piece of Cuticura Soap to try and a little Cuticura Ointment I took it homo without any faith but to please her I tried it and it seemed to dry up tho sores a little I sent to tho drug store and got a cake of Cuticura Soup and a box of Cuticura Ointment and followed the directions and at the end of about two months the sores were all well Ho has never had any sores of any kind 1since Ho is now strong and healthy I can sincerely say that only for your most wonderful remedies my precious child would have died from those terrible sores I used only one cako of Soap and about three boxes of Ointment Mrs No1ConndAprilt221905Woodv 10 ITCHING PIMPLES Cured by Cuticura in Nebraska I had suffered with itching pimples for years At last a friend told mo to get Cutlcura Soap and Ointment I did so and in three weeks my face was entirely cured I am so pleased with Cuticura Remedies that I will recom mend them to other sufferers Mrs Florence Dolavcrgno B F D No2 Auburn Neb Aug 28 1000 Complete External and Internal Treatment fort Every llumor ot Infanta Children and Adults oon BUts or Cutleura SOap I5C1 to Gltenneo the Skin GUtlcure Ointment SOC to heal the 8ktn aDa cuUcura lleaolveot SOC or IIn the form ot Cbooo- j Ute Coated rills 25c per vial of 00 to Porlty the Blood Sold throughout the world Potter Drug A Props Boiton Uaas arena taerto Ha ear A Mica AxleGrease Helps the Wagon up the Hill The load seems lighterWagon- and team wear longerYou make more money and have more time to make money when wheels are greased with Mica Axle Grease The longest wearing and rifest satisfactory lubricant in the world STANDARD OIL CO Lwrpntd Writsll + JAdvertisements Inserted under this head at- One cent u word per week lumbereor poplar on short notice Write me at Tarfork Ky Charles Tubollng X7ANTKDTo buy 10000 toot of poplur weatherboarding Clovorportllannlng Mill STHA YEUIrom my form near Stephens two black sows one weighing about 330 pounds with pigs tho other weighs aboutUOO pounds WIHglvoSS for their return uo mo or any InTotmatlon loading to their re tiOTory W 11 Gilbert Stuphonsport Ky FOR SALE 5100 will buy 164 acres of good corn or wheat land with hickory ami oak Umber 24 miles from Holts bottom itroadwuylosJANTFDA lady preferable of middle rr HKU to take charge of a household and do general housework for a family of tour where there Is a girl In her fourteenth year to help Water In the house and other things reasonably convenient References required and I shall willingly give reference If re quested Address A M UAKU1N Lodi burg Ky FOIL SALEGold rlnll wIth pretty setting H fur 5175 Exchange Department orlireckenrldge News Cloverpt Ky WANTEOA good Jersey Ky cow fresh Wm SALE 108 acres of land laying on the brunch railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn 18 acres ecrufparticulars write the Rreckenrldge News Clovorport Ky FOR SALE PItINTJNO Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines eAlso new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines DIARTIN GABLE 518 3rd Street Louisville Kv SALESMEN WAXTKDThree salesmen county township and railroad of Kentucky These surveys are asplendid compilation oj facts llgures and drawings and of wonderful value Counties aiYulxtlonsoreachand distances Itetwaen all stationsataoglven nomebored A splendid opportunity for energetic men Kami McNally L Co Chicago 111 FOR SALEtook of Destinyfortune boo at sews cafes ffF Cheaphm t Gasoline Engine Machine m Lathe Rip Saw Gig Saw Wood Shaper Morticer 1 Forge Wood Lathe set ofm Taps and Dies Emery ID Stand Work Bench Auto mobile Delivery Wagon yCall at Bashams Shop Fourth St Owensboro Ky m rl I Bargains I- n1DUROCSj Nor Quick Buyers m M ft I v W In order to make room at once I j will sell my aged Boar and three to- WJ young ones Also four Outs dirtmm cheap 5 5 r 1 EaP HARDAWAY I Kyj A Canton Ohio Druggist I was a miserable incurable it ap peared for years with stomach liver and some slight difficulty with kid ney trouble Treated by physicians used all patent medicines T heard or knew of No relief But suffered a continual sinking and falling off iiri flesh until I was treated with Dcnn a Sure Safe and Speedy S S S Cure It made a hip improvement at once Cured me right up Irwin H Stew art 300 N Market St Canton 0- RHEUMATISM8 CURED IN 3 DAYS WITH g7 DENNS SURE SAFE 5 SPEEDY CURE V THE DISCOVERER IOYEARS ON CRUTCHES M WAS CURtO IN S DAYS2575 liAtt DftVWSIi DENNS SSSC CO ofCOLUMBUli O IjSOLDC Severs Drug Co Cloverport Ky E F Guthrie Hardinsburg Ky Percy Carson who has for several years held a position in Louisville with the Van Noy News Co has been changed Ji1 w rI SI IMEET ME AT HOL TESI f I After a Fashionii E1W1l First ofall a shoe should fit m but dont most shoes fail in this respect How precious few of tf them fit likeIQueen Quality J IIClse without pinching andIr with an easy adaptability to Ethepeculiarities of the foot lThll Queen Quality Shoes pressIwrestfully under the instep and 1W1lg e a feeling of stability that enables one to walk with anIDg even graceful step ill rmareffilulietyI Come to Us for Your Footwear J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky IIil IIIu fI The PaintlProposition is a hard one Let us help you f fq SEVERS DRUG CO Ia mm1 Josephs Coat brethren good taste House demand colors fully selected fIm with each other with I color sixteen yearf House is freely placed service iI The Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company Inc hasN g f1 11 M Number subscribers Morch 1907 167497 S f1 Number added during month 4314 Y Number S692 increase 1642 t J Total number April 1 1907 169139 ii II COMPANY We have James Lewis with us and can furnish plans and estimates buildings Work is good material and best workmanship and t vr prices are have several grades roofing prices from 1 325 best Ruberiod will last as long as the l l I l 1liJ nultlllllll iI IIIII I + I I 111 111IlIl IIIIII- III I III III Ir llllIllll lrdldl II I j- II I I I III iiIIhIIh III IIII I I III I I 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and bills or to bank it and ray by check 1 There can b6 but one answer to thisbank it rind check it out I USIyouintoof the community tBANK Of CLOVERPORT OLOVEBPOBT KV l t 1 r Ii J f J i J j 1 1 l f f4 r t It I l I l 1 L f i j J A i I ii 5t I t Jt4 I 1- 1 Jt tl K V3 el I 1 t iJ r i jjr 11 Yr Ie M I t01 f t 4 b 1 j J RobbingYourself That is just what you are doing when you fail to get reg ular and sufficient sleep Your body requires this unconscious period for repair work with out it your nerve energy be comes exhausted and you are tired wornout nervous ex citable have headache neu ralgia indigestion poor appe tite or other ailments caused by a lack of nerve force Make it your business to sleep If you arc restless take Dr Miles Nervine it soothes and strengthens the nerves and brings sweet refreshing lifegiving sleep and gives the organs power to work natur ally Try it today 1 had a severe spell of fever which left me In a very weak condition and very nervous I had severe spells of headache and and could sleep but very littleEvery effort that was made to recover my strength was of no avail until I began taking Dr Mites Restorative Nervine After I commenced to take the Nervine my Bleep was profound and restful and the pains In my head as well as the neuralgia pains left me to a certain extent and I grew gradually better MRS B E GILUERTSON 821 Berylan Ave Belvidere Ills Dr Miles Nervine lis sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind New Law In Force El Paso Tex April 22Four prom Inont young men of this city were ar rested Sunday for gambling This Is the first arrest here under the new drastic antl gambling law which makes gambling a felony punishable by fine and imprisonment In the penitentiary for from two to four years Under the new law tho accused is not al lowed ball until after indictment by the grand Jury The result is they will remain in prison for some time C AFJi 03ICAEesrs theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Bpturo of Y b r THE CASE REOPENED Deposed Tennessee Postmaster May Hold on to His Job Washington D C April 26A B Hughes who was recently deposed as postmaster of Columbia Tenn was given a hearing by Postmaster Gen eral Meyer and First Assistant Postmaster General Hitchcock No conclusion has been reached since the case of Mr Hughes was reopened through the joint efforts of Mr Hughes and Representative Gaines who made several visits for that purpose to the White House J W Jackson who was promoted from assistant to postmas ter has not yet received his commission to the higher office and this com mission will not issue it is said until further deliberation on the Hughes case RIVAL AT THE REVIVAL Held a Girls Hand and Doctors Doubt His Survival Ashland Ky April 26At Sutton near Grayson a freeforall fight be tween the Patrick Sexton and Haney boys broke up a revival service The affair was caused by Jim Patrick who held the hand of Albert Haneys sweet heart Haney struck Patrick and their friends took sides starting n battle that literally cleaned out the church Jim Patricks skull was crushed He will die The girl who was the Inno cent cause of the trouble was struck with a pair of brass knuckles and ren tiered unconscious Two other com batants were injured The principals are under arrest Dies With Fish on Line Kankakee 111 April 26Wlth a nah struggling on his line and the pole grasped In his stiffened fingers George Powell an aged fisherman was found dead In the river near this city Ex citement over the catch is supposed to have caused his death from heart trou ble Piles get ouick and certain relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Please note it is made alone for Piles and its action is positive and certain Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large glass jars 50 cents Sold by Severs Drug Co Life to be worthy of a rational being must be always In progression We must always purpose to do more or better than In times past 9999999999099999999999999999999V999999999+99999G999 LOW RATES VIAJSouthern Railway i In effect daily after larch 1 to April 30 and September 1 to October 31 inclusive 3400 Helena and Butte 3550 Spokane jjj 3800 Portland Tacoma and Seattle 8 3800 San Francisco Los Angeles and jfc other CALIFORNIA pointsIi Corresponding rates to other points in the West and Northwest wny colonist tickets and round trip homeseekers Chearone be sold on March 5th and 19th and April 2d nd 10th to Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and other points in the Southwest and Southeast For maps folders and information call on your i ocalag ent or i KyCKy J C BEAM JR Asst Gen Pass Agent St Louis Mo rr THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville i PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr I nickelcapped complete The most central j located and only firstclass hotel In the cltym klni a 1200 rate Only one block from the principal shopplnRjdlstrlct and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the cltr- Everything neat andiclean r 4Ii WHY WE LAUGH itf Little JVonscnse Jow and Then Is Relished by the Wisest Men Judges Quarterly 100 a year Judges Library 100 a year Sis Hopkins Mon 100 a year On receipt of TWENTY CENTS we will enter your name 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 iimo Address Judge Company 225 Fourth Avenue New York BARRIN GTON MUTT rmno Highest Court Passes on Case of Mis sours Murderer St Louis April 23When the In formation concerning the United States supreme courts decision sustaining the verdict of guilty of the murder of James P McCann rendered by the trial court was conveyed to Lord Frederick Seymour Barrington who Is confined In the county Jail at Clayton Barrington was apparently great ly depressed but endeavored to con ceal his feelings- I suppose this is the last resort he said As I see It there Is nothing left but the fixing of the date of ex ecutlon by the Missouri supreme court The United States supreme court passed only on a question of jurisdic tion It seems hard that a mans life should be taken on a mere technical- Ity like that A Narrow Escape G W Cloyd a merchant of Plunk Mo had a narrow escape four years ago when he run a jimpson bur into his thumb He says The doctor wanted to amputate it but I would not consent I bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve and that cured the dangerous wound 25c at Severs Drug Co Defeated Without Debate Harrisburg Pa April 23Mr Blue stone of Allegheny county offered a resolution in the house last night ask- Ing President Roosevelt to pe a can didate for a second elective term as president The resolution was defeat ed by a viva voce vote without debate O CONSTITUTIONAL Kentucky Law Taxing Spirits Pro duced In That State Gets an O K Frankfort Ky April 22The Ken tucky court of appeals has sustained the constitutionality of the legislative act of the special assembly session of 1906 placing a tax of 1JA cents per wine gallon on rectified blended com pounded and adulterated spirits pro duced In the state The court decided adversely every contention of counsel for the blended liquor Interests The violation of the fourteenth amendment to the constitution of the United States was urged before the court and upon this question the case will doubt less go to the supreme court of the United States for review on writ of error The opinion of the court writ ten by Justice Hobson Is explicit upon every point raised It holds that the tax is one of license rather than a property tax and that the tax Is upon the completed product and not upon the constituent parts It was urged for the rectifiers that the tax under the provisions of the law was only upon spirits produced from single stamp spirits The court says that It means rectified liquor In whatever way produced A number of questions of violation of the constitution of the state raised In the case are disposed cf adversely to those attacking tho constitutionality of the act Heres to your health and happiness DeWittsLittle Early Risers famous little pills Nasty sich headache or billiousness may come on any time the cure is an Early Riser Sold by all druggists too oooooo ooooooooooo o Convalescents need a large amount of nourish fr ment in easily digested form Scott r Emulsion is powerful nourish i menthighly concentrated makes bone blood and muscle without 01 01It any tax on the digestion- ALL DRUGGISTS BOo AND 10- 0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Both Fell Dna Owensboro Ky April 22 William Gooch and Harry Springer union miners engaged In a pistol duel in the poolroom at Sturgis near here and both were shot to death Gooch borrowed a dollar from Wlnn Moore a nonunion guard and Springer remonstrated with him Hot words fol lowed and both men pulled revolvers and began firing They fell to the floor and died Instantly Lost Money Kills Himself Fulton Ky April 23James Gil bert a son of Wm Gilbert a wealthy tobacco man of Murray Ky commit ted suicide aboard a train en route from Memphis by swallowing a half ounce of poison It Is stated he had considerable money in his possession but when his body was searched only five dollars was found No motive for the act is known other than the evi dent loss of his money Will Repent In Penitentiary Louisville Ky April 20 Frank Green of JndJLanajiplis j who yfint through a mock marralge with yrs Harvey Coons of Louisville that he might get opportunity to rob her of 600 has been sentenced to five years In the penitentiary for grand larceny After being deserted Mrs Coons tracked Green to Indianapolis where she found him living with his wife and children Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Wood Purifier Eree If your blood is impure thin dis eased or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle 3 bottles for 250 or 6 bottles fcr 15 Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlan ta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases as it cures after all else fails M orw AMSu+ w rwrM+ ww IMONTI II a I ROSE1 MONT ROSE is a beautiful chestnut sorrel stallion 15 34 hands high full made fine style and perfect action Absolutely the purest gaited biggest gaited and straightest gaited com bined 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 hardl to equal After a careful study of our county and its needs we present to you in our opinion the best combined saddle and harness stallion that this country affords We have watched with great interest the development of Mont Roses colts for the past four years and they have to our satisfaction proven wonders They are show horses business horses and farm horses so you will maker no mistake to breed your mares to this horse MONTRose was sired by Darling Denmark he by Happy Cross First dam Fannie C by Cromwell Second dam by old CabelFs Lexington I f MONT ROSE will make this season at the farm of R G Robertson Glendeane Ky for 15 to insure a living colt All possible care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes but not responsible should any occur At the Breckenridge Fair at Hardinsburg 1908 we will give a premium of 25 to the best one of Mont Roses colts 15 for the second and S1O for the third and will give S1OO for the first premium colt All colts to be broken and shown by halter We solicit your patronage C Vic Robertson and C L Beard Owners rA f IY8 It qu- Gives It cle oalshe raDO tanhaW ead- storo TastE lsEl m = 01 I I I I I I I I I t j e h A 6CATARRHcuRE lys Cream Balm IIt quickly absorbed f Gives Relief at Once It cleanses 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ten days Extra shades a little more Inclose 5 cents postage Ky3584thL Put Your Money rwhere It will grow under your own control and grow aster than In any other t lokletlNwhltli our tolls all i ubout how to flank by Mall safely and conveniently f from any part of the statttWe pay 5 per cent rcures FASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a necessity in the hygienic care of the person and for local treatment of feminine ms As a wash its cleansing germicidal deodorizing and healing qualities are extraordinary For sale at Druggists Sample free Address The R Paxton Co Boston Mass H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- f1ARDINSBURO KY r will practice hIs profession In all of th Courts of and adjoining Iona ties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License ti practice In United States District Courts Office aver flank of Hardlnsbunt Gilman Family Held to Answer Dayton 0 April 22 Released on bonds the mother and son for 2600 and the two daughters for 1000 each and after having waived examination under a plea of not guilty mado be fore Justice Holderman tho members of the Oilman family charged with securing tho death of Dona Oilman Vjrjiose bogy was found on the com sons within sIght of her borne lilt jjjfpramber await the action of the ijct grand Jury which will be em Wiled next Septe- mberOaTORZAThe Kind You Hare AIwarslwM t tot oS H Partners of the Tide By JOSEPH C LINCOLN Author of Capn Erf Copyright 1003 by A S Barnes Co tt10 t t t1o 01 01 of t 01 i ftlnt a narvous man glnrally spoakln but I got up and moved sud den I didnt exactly run but I kind of glided overto the sink Leastways I was backed up against it when I re membered to take an observation The women grabbed each other and screeched Brad he turned sort of yeller round the gills but ho was the coolest one in the bunch The bungiu and barkin and sneez in in the closet kept right up to time Whoever it was he wasnt shirkln his work none to speak of Come out of that yells Brad makin a dive for the door Afore he could reach it that door flew open of Itself Out comes some thin doubled up like a jackknife It kind of pawed the air with its flippers and dove head first for the sink I give it all the room it neededdidnt want to be selfis- hIloorashool remarks the thing as if It meant it too Then It shoved Its head into the water bucket The whole congregation was con siderble shook up Nobody felt like rlsln and addressln the mourners The critter at the water bucket splash ed and gurgled for a minute Then it turned round Its head and face was all streaks of red and brown and the water was drlppln off its chin Who was It Youd never guess In a mil lion years I swan to man if it want Ez Tit combOh its the capnl squeaked Tem py and went down la a heap Hoorashoo says Capn Ez sort of openln the conversation It Well says I For heavens sakes says Brad But Prissy stepped forard and took command She didnt looked scared any more only kind of queer round the mouth and snappy round the eyes Capn Titcomb1 says she if you please what were you hidln in that closet for If you can stop sneezln long enough to answer I should like Sneeze hollers Ez gittln ready for another explosion Sneeze says he kind of through his nose and wavin his hand desprate I guess maybe youd sneeze if youd upsot the spice box right into your face and eyes and had your mustache full of red pepper Seemed a likely sott of guess when you come to think of it but Prissy didnt pay no attention Why was you hid in that closet says she Well sir that was the fust time in my life that I ever see Ez Titcomb clean out of soundlns I snum You could see he didnt know what to say and when Ez gits that way things must be conslderble mussed up He fidgeted and stuttered and picked ut his watch chain Prissy says he mid then he stopped Prissy ho says again and shut up like a clam Prissy Wril1 says Prissy In a sort of vinegar on Ice voice Prissy says Ez He looked at her and at Tempy and at Brad Astor Brad there was a twinkle in his eye Honest he looked almost as If 1 ho was havln conslderblo fun out of the show Prissy says Ez once more then he let everything go with a run and hollers Oh thunder Whets the use Clara you know what I come here for Why dont you tell em and be done with it- Course we all looked at Clara then She blushed up pretty red but she an swered prompt I spose you come here to see me says she though why you should lido I dont sec- Cause I couldnt see you no other way thats why Ive tried hard enough to speak with you for the last Out cornea eomethtn doubled up like a Jackknife week but youve cleared out every night fore I got the chance I thought If I waited till you come to fix the bread Id be here and youd have to sob me and hear what I had to say So I come In the back door and waited Then I heard Prissy apeak in the dlnln room and well I jyt rattled and hid In that da that ovcrlustln closet Thats the whole fool yarn There l Prissy looked as If she was gain to I say something but Clara cut In ahead of her Yes says she but what you I SlSYSBJ explained are your actions lastJ- I 13uttSay IliU man aside uiiTatty hes engaged to to go out drlvln with him and then calmly ups and takes somebody else why I wrote you how it happened says Ez pleadln like tor never got the letter says Clara One minute If you please breaks In Prissy calm but chilly like a Jan uary mornln Lets understand this thing Capn Titcomb are you and Clara engaged to be married Ez swallercd once or twice and looked round as If he was hopln some bodyd heave n life line But nobody did Then he shoves his fists In his pockets and says Why yes we we are Well I never l says Prissy- I didnt say nothlu neither did Brad but I callate we both looked sprlsed Tempy whod been scttln on the floor ever sence Ez was mate rialized like one of the camp mcctln sperits out of that closot spoke up a if she was talkin In her sleep and says she And It was Clara he was comln to see all this time Well says Prissy Well I must say Cnpu Titcomb that I think it1 would have been more manly If youd come and seen Clara Instead of spend In your evcnina with us and lettln u tblnk Come and see her boilers Ez Didnt I try to come to see her But every time I got to the kitchen door you or Tempy d take me In tow and head for the settln room I swan to man I aint had a chance to breathe you watched me so Tempy started to say something but Prissy was skipper Jest then Dont say any more Tempy she says No that we know the capn Is gaIn to mar ry ourI guess she was goln to say servant but didnt hardly dast to young lady friend says she well1 treat him as her compny not ours Come we aint wanted here And belpln Tempy up she took her by the arm and sailed out all canvas sot and colors flyln Ez he looked conslderble like the feller that stole the hens eggs and for got and set down on em Brad didnt speak He jest looked sort of mournful at the partner and shook hIs head slow I aint a mind reader but Ill bet he was thlnkln same as I was that for a chap who had the name of help the slickest kind of a ladles man Ez Titcomb sartlnly had upset the calabash this time And we went out and left him alone with his best girl CHAPTER XIX ELI Clara observed Cap tain Titcomb a few hours later standing on this step by the back door and but toning his penjncket I spose It hnd to come out some time but I did hope twould come more soothln like as the feller said to the dentist The thing that worried me most of all always exceptln your given me the mitten as Id begun to think you had was how we was goln to break It to the old maids And now its kind of broke It self as you might sny rinrn standing In the doorway with a shawl about hot shoulders smiled but shook her bead Yes she said I should say It had I guess the best thing I can do is to move back homo right away Theyll never forgive me for letting you fall In love with me Ezra never in the world Oh I dont know replied the cap tale hopefully runts where Brad II help out He can do more than anybody else to square you and me with Prissy and Tempy Land of love Is that 1 oclock Yes It is You must be going right away Id 110 idea twas so late The fog had entirely disappeared and it was a clear cold November night The heavens were spattered thick with stars and the horizon wad dotted here and there with the sparks of lighthouses and lightships Sleep ing Orham lay still and the surf hummed a restful lullaby What was that asked Clara pointingWhat was what I thought I saw a queer light out on the water there Yes see there it is again Tho captain put up his hand to shade his eyes from the rays of the lamp In the kitchen and looked In the direction she was pointing Out be yond the strip of water at the foot of the long hill behind the house beyond the point that divided it from the liar bor a speck of light glowed for an In stant flickered and went out Thats queer he muttered Thats off In the harbor right by our moor Ins The speck of light reappeared grew larger puffed for an instant into a ruddy flame that lit up the masts and hull of a schooner lying at anchor Lord Amlghty yelled Captain Tltoomb Its the Diving Belle on fire And from the darkness In the direc tion of the distant wharf came a faint shout then another The captain plunged headlong for the pack fence Call Brad 1 he shouted Quick Clara run screaming Into the house and her companion vaulted tho fence and Gashed down the bill The dead grass beneath his feet was wet and slippery Blackberry vines caught him about the ankles and tangled clumps of bayberry bushes tore his clothes as he scrambled through them Once he fell bead first into a sand pit but tho sand was soft and ho was not hurt The Diving Belle was on flre The Diving Belle was burning up His brain repeated It over and over again Then came tho thought of what her loss would mean to Bradley and him self and ho groaned aloud He reached the foot of the hill and plowed through tho soft sand of the beach Tho tide was low and he ran across the hits splashing lo Ills knees In the channels As he climbed the bank by the bridge he heard some one running before him over the loose planks He crossed the bridge and panted up the second hill AH he reached Its top the wind from the sea struck cold on his sweating forehead and brought to his curs the sound of shouting There were lights In the upper windows of the houses he passed Jonndub WIxou thrust a tousled head from the win dow of his bedroom and hailed asking what WitS the mutter Captain Titcomb could see the clus ter of buildings ut the landing pJalnly now and the masts of the catboats alongside the wharf The water of the harbor was black except in one spot There the Diving Belle lay in a flickering halo of red light Little Jets of flame were shooting up from her hull amidships The smell of windsLem Mullett the livery stable keep er was Just ahead putting and stum bling In the middle of the narrow road He seized the captain by the arm as the latter overtook him- Howdhowdsho gitaflre he gasped Illsseyes were fixed on the burning schooner and he pushed Mr Mullett out of the way and ran on Just as he reached the bend by New combs fish house a huddle of men some with overcoats and hats and oth ers bareheaded and half dressed rush ed wildly around the corner of the building The captains shoulder struck the foremost man a blow in the chest backwardwUgh Ow grunted the man Then he cried Hey Is that you Capn Ezr 1The captain was fighting his way through Let me by he shouted Git out of my way 1 Some obeyed but others did not There were confused cries of Stop him Dont let him go He was seized by the arm The crowd closed about him Dont let me go roared the captain striking right and left Wholl stop me Are you crazy Parker by thun der Ill Alvin Bearse take your hands off me But Alvin held tight Capn Ez he pleaded listen Listen jest a minute You mustnt go ort to her Ira hold his other arm- Overpowered and held fast the be wildered captain gazed at the faces surrounding him For the Lords sake he cried You cowards Are you goln to let her burn up without limn a hand What are you standiu here for Why aint you aboard your ship Alvin Blurs Did you set her afire yourself Let me go Ill He struggled frantically Capn Ez pleaded Alvin listen to me The dy nninjtjila abaard tlieUjmiIuUfiS Continued next week bon Pay Alimony- to be divorced from your appendix There will be no occasion for it if you keep your bowels regular with DrKings New Life Pills Their action is so gentle that the appendix never has cause to make the least complaint Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co 23c Try them She Prevented the Wedding 011 City Pa April 2Thaddous- S Ross thirtyfive years old a clerk In tho postofllce bore was shot and killed yesterday afternoon by Miss Isabelle Stroup twentyeight years of age a former sweetheart who imme diately shot herself through the heart Both victims of the tragedy were ot prominent famlllrs In this part of the state Ross was to have been married last night to Miss Druallla Sump sell of this place- Wonderful Eczema Cure Our little boy had eczema for five years writes N A Adams Henrietta Pa Two of our home doctors said the case was hopeless his longs being affect ed We then employed other doctors but no benefit resulted By chance we read about Electric Bitters bought a bottle and soon noticed improve We continued this medicine until several bottles were used when our boy was completely cured Best of all blood medicines and body building health tonics Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co SOc TRAIN AND BARN IN RACE Big Structure Blown Over by Wind Crashes Into Rear Car Lexington Ky April 20 Engineer Scannon of a Chesapeake Qhlo freight was the hero of a thrilling race between a train and a barn with several lives at stake Scannons train was passing Tebbs station near here At a good rate when the high wind which was blowing lifted a big tobacco barn from its foundations and started It rolling down hill toward the rail road half a milo away Scannon saw the danger and Immediately threw the throttle wide opon In an effort to out run the barn Tho heavy train was on the down grade and soon attained great momentum but Just as It look ed as though the peril would be out run the big barn crashed into tho caboose smashing it The Impact also shattered the barn which collapsed on the track Trainmen on the ca boose saw their peril In time to es cape by Jumping Cascasweet for babies is the best remedy for colic summer complaint diarrhoea and sour stomach It is es peciaUy good in cases of teething when irritation affects the stomach and intes tines Cascasweet is a pleasant safe remedy containing neither opiates nor narcotics all the ingredients Endorsed ed plainly on the wrapper by mothers because it acts so quickly Sold by All Druggists I MRS CE FINK HEALTH WOMEN nineteenth grandmothers were They today Lynn Lydia E Pinkham Vegetable Compound is an honest true remedy unquestionable therapeutic value This made contains narcotics or other harmful drugs today holds the record for largest number cures female diseases the has ever known and voluntary testimonials are on the laboratory testify its wonderful value C E Carnegie Pa Mrs PinkhamIw- ish every suffering woman take E Vegetable Compound to for has and what has accomplished for I will do for women troubled Irregularities Displacements Inflammation Nervous Prostration should re member there is one true remedy Lydia E Vege table Compound Mrs Pinkhams Standing Invitation to Women suffering female arc invited write Mrs Lynn Out her vast perience she probably has very knowledge will case DEPENDING Prlendi Theodore Bites Qlv An other Account the Case Danrllle Va April ment has been sent out to various newspapers signed by J H Shipman Livingston Va on of Theodore Estes who was killed Mon day afternoon by Judge G Loving protesting against the accounts the tragedy hitherto He clares that the statement that the daughter Judge Loving was drugged and outraged by Estes Is and that Judge Loving in his the ball commissioner did not make such allegation On the morning after the buggy by Miss Loving and Estes says the latter the County Kldd to take her home but she was to on feeling In disposed Shipman is acting in of the friends and relatives Estes who are apparently determined to sift the affair to the bottom He claims that tho provo cation Judge Loving had was that Miss had become intoxicated a drink of whisky her by young Estes The Deadlock Held Providence R I April 24At the end of the for United senator the Joint of the log IIs lature finally adjourned without electing any candidate The 81st bal lot stood Goddard Dem Colt Rep Wetmoro Rep TilE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for- fl Dr E Hall 2020 Olive street Louis Mo Send for Kentucky estimonials Hard to Get Ruef Jury San Francisco April tsThe first four of the Jurors who will Abraham Rue on tho charge ex toning sums from the French restaurants San Francisco the as political boss to deprive of their liquor licenses were secured yesterday and sworn The composing the probationary peremptorily challenged three by the prose cution and fivo by the As only two remained on the spe cial list of fifty a second spe dial was your aches it is almost invariably that something is with kidneys Weak diseased frequently cause a break down of the entire system De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills afford prompt relief for weak kidneys back ache inflammation of the bladder all urinary troubles Sold by All Drug gists n OF In this century up with the march of progress every power of woman iIs strained its utmost and the tax upon her physi cal system is tar greater than ever In the good oldfashioned days of our few drugs used in medicines upon roots and cure weaknesses and disease and their knowledge of roots and herbs was far greater than that of women It was in this study of roots and herbs that Lydia E Pinkham of Mass discovered and gave the women of the world a remedy more potent and efficacious than any combination of drugs tried and medicine from roots and herbs no and the of actual of of any medicine world thousands of file in at Lynn Mass which to Mrs Fink of writesDear would Lydia Plnkhams and write you advice It done me a world of good it me know it others When are with Ulceration Backache they tried and Pinkhams Women from any form weakness to Pinkhnm at Mass of volume of ex the that help your THE DEAD of of 26A state of behalf young W of published de of young false statement before an ride taken he called at home of unable go account of behalf of young only Loving from 81st ballot States assembly 40 39 30 matic W St twelve try of large of money of under alleged threat them in eight others panel wore defense names venire venire ordered today When back an indication wrong your kidneys and to keep to relied herbs to to native of given Deliberate Fraud Charged Is Frankfort Ky April 19S18to In spector Hines has submitted to Gov ernor Beckham a report of an Investi gation he has been conducting for some months into the tax collections In the county of Owen for the last thirteen years covered by the administra done of Sheriffs June Gayle P A Alexander and W P Swope and ae charges deliberate and Intentional fraud by which the state govemmeot during that time has lost about twenty thousand dollars including penalties and Interest to date Hows This We otter One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured t jHalls Catarrh Cure FJCHENEYCO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known K J Olionuy for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all business trunsao tlons and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDING KINNANMAIIVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo tHulls Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 76 cents per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Hulls Family Pills for constipation Lexington Ky April 2ftAfter twentyfour hours deliberation the jury In the case of HIM nrltton charg ed with the assassination of Town Marshal James A Cockrlll at Jackson nreathltt county reported a hopeless Istgreenient and was discharged The Jury stood eight for acquittal and four for conviction The trial has boon under way morn than two weeks This was one of the Brenthitt county feud cases In which Senator Hargis his brother Judge Hargis and others were charged with participation When your food has not been proper Ily digested the entire system is impair ed in the same proportion Yorr stomach needs needs help Kodol Fv indigestion and Dyspepsia not only ii get what you eat it tones the stnrtvv ach and adds strength to the wh e body Makes rich pure bloodJconforms to the National Pure Fur and Drug Law Sold by All Druggists Barbecue and Burgoo Lexington Ky April 2GFull 15 000 people were hero yesterday to at tend a barbecue and burgoo given by the American Society of Equity which has been organized to fight the alleged tobacco trust Delegates from forty three counties in Kentucky Ohio and Indiana were here The burgoo was at Woodland park and speeches followed later in the Auditorium Torch Applied to Tobacco Factory Cadiz Ky April 26The tobacco factory of W 11 Wilson twelve miles west of Cadiz was destroyed by fire the torch being applied It is alleged by a party of twentyfive mounted men who fired several volleys Wil Ion Is an Independent tobacco handler Dolt SufferXj1nicht lon 3 from toothache neural 5iec or rheumatism S10SVim Liivinxeivtkills the pain quiets the nerves and induces sleep At all dealers Price 25c 50c 6UOO Dr Earl S Sloan BostotMassUSA jI ii i L I r i Tf r3 4 a 4 pi31 o 0- t i 1 f 0 r j If ik i fc I I ki- H t ii t 0 th t t It 1tj 1 i- l ft 5 I lr l1 t d litf 0 j K1 ili f jJ f r- if lAj 1II rts tiof l tlrI I W V 11 Y iimJff 0 re1IJ IIJ ir th I 11t t f J I BirdsEye View of Kingswood College Campus This County PRESIDENT TOUCHES BUTTON AND FORMALLY OPENS THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITIONr Norfolk Va April 2GIn the prcs once of a distinguished and glittering u38omblage including the accredited representatives of all tho great pow on of the world with the most Imposing array of battleships of the hationi over gathered in Western waters in plain view and with all th Comp and circumstance warranted by thm0atedd e n gold button communicating the pow or which sot in motion the varied ac UrlUea of the Jamestown Expoaltlon And thus the celebration of tho tar centennial of the landing of the Jamoa town colonists was formally opened following President Roosevelts elo quont and thoughtful review of the history created since tho hardy pio neers broke ground throe hundre- yearn ago in the virgin wilderness on thoee now teeming shores after Henry St George Tucker president of the exposition had delivered his nddress and amid the booming of tho nuns of the nations from the battle II hips in Hampton Roads the whir a countless wheels in the industriall de partments of the exposition proclaimed the beginning of this great sum mers show The presidents important part in Iho opening of the exposition and the exorcises incidental thereto began I In4 =SST to arrived at Jfn Tnifvn I STEPHENS PORT Dr Shively and family of Ow onsboro were guests at the Conn house the first of the week Wo are glad to welcome them back againF E Mathcny and family of ISldorado Ill arrived here Sat urday They have bought the property of Mrs Marry Lay Mrs G W Payne and daughter Esther have returned from Louisville where they have been purchasing millinery good Cull aid see thorn- S T Schoop has gone toI Europe to visit his mother Mrs L B Helm is sick at this writingSeveral from here attended ohtiroh at Holts Sunday Mrs Mary Adkisson spent sev eral days with her brother P D Hawkins last week On Thursday night April Ili the death angel visited the home Roads this morning In the morning theft Was Tne gTSTia review 51 Hid assembled mea ot war an aetonlehin- array of battleships of all nations with our full Atlantic fleet and the reception of the flag officers and commanding officers of tho foreign ships At halt past 10 the president left thee Mayflower and was met at the end of the government pier by tho officers of the expocltlon and a military esoort and was saluted by the United States artillery stationed on the rpotltioa rounds An hour later he proceeded to the reviewing stand on Leas parade la the rear of the auditorium building where a program of exercises includ ing the addresses of President Tucker of the exposition and of President Roosevelt and the pressing of the gold button opening the exposition look place la the afternoon there hisdparty in the auditorium building a re view of a parade of the soldiers and sailors and the national guard and a reception to the president by the offi gaere and directors of the Jamestown Exposition company returnfto the Mayflower In tho evening at 3 oclock tho president and Mrs Roose velt are to dine with President Tucker at his home In Norfolk On Saturday the president and Mrs Roosevelt are to make a trip up the James river on the dispatch boat Sylph and will re turn to Washington Sunday morning Of Frank Blaine and took from him his wife She leaves two lit tie ones Fannie was u good wife and weather and loved by all who knew her but our loss has been her gain When nearing the end with her with her weak tremb ling voice she sang that sweet old hymn Hock of Ages Cleft for Me andtJesus Lover of My SoulR S Skillman is improving we sayIMiss Bettie Allen will leave soon for Omaha Neb to visit rela ti yes Mrs Pike Conn and daughter Belle were in Louisville Monday shopping The Battle of Arbela Arbela which gave Its name to the third great battle between Aliaandcr and Darius Is a town In the Turkish vilayet of Kurdistan on the caravan route between Bagdad and Mosul I about forty miles southeast of tho lat ter city The battle however was not really fought at Arbela but at n place about thirty miles distant which was then called Gnngamela but now known as Karmellfl I tory prices II Hand 10 to 25 I CUSTER ITEMS Aunt Betsy Oliver Dies at Advanced AgeOther News Notes Logan and Charlie Butler are trading extensively in live stock Loran says they will buy and trade for anything that stands on four feet- Fanners arc busy preparing their land for tho various seed they intend to sow but say the ground is too cold to risk planting Mrs Fannie Komino continues feeble She has inllamatory rheu matism from which sho suffers a great deal At this writing there are six members of Henry Boards family that lave the measles Namely Mrs Henry Board Miss Milly Board Doctor Board Homer Erie and Dewey There arc sev oral more children yet to have it Loug isville is visiting at ABOlivers G A Richardson Guston is stopping in Custering for a few days He is with Mr Bolt There is a great deal of dissatis faction among our farmers over tho condition of our county road from Garfield to Custer Dr Beeler dentist Louisville has his headquarters at Alf Tay lors residence- G W Bolt District Deputy of the Modern Woodman of America is here in Custor in tho interest of the order His object is to organize lodges He is assigned Meade Breckenridge Grayson Hancock Ohio Daviess McClain with twentyfive camps under his juris diction Dr Simoms optician Louisville has been in Custer the past three days fitting glasses to those who aid He has given satisfaction and his lenses arc certainly pretty Wesley Oliver Stephensport is with his brother Abner for a visit of a week Dr Hess representing Hess Clark National Stock Food Co Ashland Ohio is in town Thursday morning about nine oclock the reaper of Deathcalled and bore away a good old lady from our vicinity in the person of old aunt Betsy Oliver She died at the advanced age of eighty years and six months and has lived here all the years of her long life Everybody loved Aunt Betsy and had a word of greeting for which they received a hearty response For the past six months I Aunt Betsy has made her home at Stephensburg with her son Wesley but became dissatisfied and wanted to come back to Cus ter Less than a week ago Wes Icy Olivar brought her to his beenIor her children of whom there arc five living in the vicinity of Cus ter Aunt Betsy was the of nine children besides motherII HAPPY WOMEN PRAISE ft Tit TFnrl Not Wnrda That Has trade Peruna Famous Throughout the Land U The miss and the matron alike praise Peruna Girls 1 and women have all discovered the value of Foruna The Miss and Mrs have been ill each In her own peculiar way and have found relief by taking Poruna Pair girls and beautiful women frail daughters and ailing mothers everywhere have taken Poruna and know its value In tho relief of ailments peculiar to their sex From the grandmother to the girl babe the gentler sex are under numerous obligations to Poruna All this being true and tho woman does not hesitate to toll It her words win the confidence of other women and thus the fame of Peruna spreads from household to household until millions of homes acknowledge Poruna as their favorite and reliable family medicine Foruna is good for many minor ills It can bo relied upon to mitigate tho many disagreeable effects of colds and irregularities so common among women All the allmcntu of a catarrhal nature belong within the scope of Perunas remedial action 5 I an to I to It I a S 1 no life I I it it almost too to it not me it a I enjoy I I to 1 Miss Annie Rocklyn Wash 1 fool than I for over four I have several bot tles of Foruna and one bottle of Manalin 1 can now do all of my work in tho house milk the care of the and so forth- I think Peruna is most wonderful medicine I believe I would be bed today if I had not written to you for advice I had all of medicine but none did me good Peruna has made a and happy girl I can neversay too for Peruna 11 suffered with female troubles for years and tried tho best doc tors in Louisville Ky without relief spent thousands dollars at the Springs doctors desired that I have operation performed remove my ovaries which not consent I saw an advertisement of your Peruna and bought one bottle and before I had taken all I could get out of bed and walkabout After taking three bottles I was as well and hearty as ever gained flesh from one hundred and eighteen to ooo hundred and eighty here Sam Ab J C and H T01iverthore isa son and daughter in Louisville son in Arkan sas and Wesley of Stephensburg Aunt Betsy was buried Friday afternoon at the Sharp burying ground near Constantine beside her husband preceded her twenty years ago J H Lyon lost his pocket book between his home and town Mullen Haynes representative Owensboro and brought it on to town The book had the name J II Lyon stamped on the inside flap The gentleman made inquiry Mr Lyon on reach ing When Mr Lyon was found and about his loss he didnot know ho had lost any thing at but easily described happyinagainYo to stand behind the counter at old post He shows that measles handled him pretty roughly I COWLEY ASHCRAFTDeal- ers RepairingAgents1uIno Buggies ONE CAR LOAD OF WIRE tsuggiesI IISecond Buggies PERUNA FENCE We Guarantee Our PricesO- nall goods You cant lose any thing by coming to see us If we dont suit you well pay your fare Big lot of High Grade Paint which we want to close out cMrs Caldwell 1122 McQavock street Nashville Tenn writes After doctoring for ft year and finding relief from loucorrhea resulting from prolapsus uteri and which was sapping my forces away finally tried Pornna and when found that was helping me every day seemed good be trueBut only helped cured me and in very short time am now ing the best of health am strong and- S free from pain and certainly feel that all S praise and honor are due Peruna Hondren writes better have years taken cows tako milk the in taken kinds any me well much thirteen of The would in Doc who found it about here asked that all his Sophia six pounds If it had not been for your great and wonderful medicIne I would now bo in mygrave I would advise all women sufferers to try It I would not be without it for the worldAnna Munden Hollygrove Ark- I was troubled with very serious pelvic weakness which exhausted me so that I feared 1 would lose my mind I suffered agony with my back tho pain extending down my left leg Tho pain was so severe that I would have wel caoxM death as a relief Peruna cured mo of this troubleno wonder I roo TOBINSPORT Young Couple MarryTeachers ExaminedPersonal Notes Quito a number took the oxami nation for diplomas held here Sat urdayMiss Mabel England was in Cloverport Tuesdaj Chas Hawkins and Frank San ders were in Cannelton Thursday Geo L Polk and wife visited her mother in Cannelton Sunday MondayMisses Weatherholt and Della Winchell and Frank San ders took the examination for teachers license at Cannelton Sat urdayClyde Sanders of Derby vis ited his mother hero a few days last week Quite a number of boys attend ommend it so highly it will soon be two years since I found relief from the pain and not a sign of it has returned I am glad that there is a way In which I can speak of this as many a sufferer may read my testimonial and not only read but bellevelIrs Wm Hender son Craik N W T Can I feel It my duty to write and tell you of the good Feruna has done me I was subject to female weakness For six years I suffered more or less We consulted various doctors who gave me relief but no cure I have suffered a great deal and my husband had very largo bills to pay In my despair I decided to try Peruna and the first bottle taken ac cording to your directions gave ma relief I have had no backset since then Since we havo used Poruna a doctor has seldom been In our house Mrs Martha Fredrlch Central Park L InN Y ed the danco at Beech Hall Satur day night Will Adams left Wednesday evening for Mo weaqua 111 where he will spend the summer Sunday evening at G oclock at the home of John C Esary Miss Ella Esary and Mr Will Dhonau of Rome were quietly married by Rev J F Winchell The young couple will reside on a farm near Rome Their many friends wish them a long pleasant and prosperous life Truth In Burn JtBurns when only beginning fo taste tho pleasures of celebrity prophesied jokingly that his birthday would one day be reckoned among the remarka ble events in his countrys history In a letter written to Gavin Hamilton In 1780 he says For my own affairs I am in a fair way of becoming as emi nent as Thomas a Kompls or John Bunyan and you may expect hence forth to see my birthday Inscribed among the wonderful events in the Poor Robin and Aberdeen almanacs along with the Black Monday and the battle of Bothwell Bridge yes it in I I Furniture We have a fine line of Furniture bought direct frym the factory We can save you money on any thing in this line Saddles and Harness COWLEY ASHCRAFT IRVINGTON KY i A I 4 r I x f II j aa ai ai a i i 1i 1y i f t I f t tI I ef t y ri