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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS j l i tALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO P R I NTiic VOL XXXII ia tCLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 8 1907 8 Patesij NO a I THE CITY cOUN ILETSrtf ON ITS WORKING CLOTHES Passes Ordinances and Amendments and Trarfss acts Other Business at Regular Meeting 4 Council Pays Its Respects to the Small BoyThe Hog Is Not f ff Forgotten tiL f The small boy got a dressing down Vlaj from the city council Monday night t lawtpassed at the meeting is to be strictly bettertmakefffstreet after nightfall A majority of the members are inclined to blame the jlboy for the major portion of petty of fenses such as defacing property I breaking window lights etc committed iat night and they are determined toI enforce the apron string method upon the young hopeful The new or dinance requires a boy under the age t of fifteen years who is found on the 1 streets after the hour when the curfew law is in force to be accompanied by a 1parent pr guardian or have a written permit from parent or guardian This I does not apply to children going to or from church entertainments etc The minimum fine to be imposed for each l violation of this law is one dollar against the boy and parent each The maximum fine is five dollars e 000His hogship the porker must seek other quarters than the city limits of Itlit Cloverport for his summer abode if he would comply with an ordinance passed at the regular meeting of the city cbtlri cil Monday night The council is of the opinion that the room his hogship occu pies is more desirable than his company or to be more specific the atmosphere odorJouldhog shall be kept within thirty any residence or business house feetofl the city limits of Cloverport nF Pophams Application For Saloon License Is Tabled For Fu r lure Action h 15 to October 15 of each year JThe ltheordinanceistering tie vote Those favoring the ordinance were Barry Fitch and Reid those voting nay were Hook OConnell McCracken 000 p At the regular meeting of the city council Monday night M F Popharo frstwardlicense The city attorney was eon pulted as to the advisability of comply- Ing with the request of Popham and informed the council that it was his opin ion that it would be subject to severe criticism to say the least should a license be granted in view of the fact that Cloverport is legally n prohibition town A contest case is now pending in the Court of Appeals appealed from the Circuit Court in which Judge Chelf declared theelection which resulted in a victory for whiskey to havebeen illegal and until an opinion is handed down from that tribunal Cloverport is legally l local option territory The city at torney stated further that every drink now being sold was in violation of the local option law and that while it was not probable any legdl dctlon could be takenagainst the council for granting a license the salpqnists were placing themselves liable to fines for each and every drinfcoldv j t 17 J J t f rt The application of Popham was table until after a decision from the Court o Appeals is rendered in th case The case is set for hearing on the 20th of this month Po hams license expires on the 27th of this month begin about nishing you sure us where our competitors Such of was neckties little line are in you in shop on we get TO PROTECT RIVER BANK 1 e Willows Planted and Fenced i Wall Street To the river bank from fur ther damage from the high waters willows have been along the bank and fehced in on West Wall street The past winter the have suf severe damage from the waters and it was found to somethihgto check the inroads being tilde oq the Tho in of the willows was deemed necessary by the city council to protect the plantings from the cows The was erectedat a cost to the city of ninety odd dollars Barry disagreed with the other councilmen in the matter of building the fence expressing it as his beliefthat a cow law would have been a and more way of protecting the willows CLERK Dt II Elected to PHI Out Unexpired Term At the regular meeting of the city council Monday night Mr D H Severs was elected to fill out the unexpired term of the city clerk who resigned and he will enter upon his im mediately Mr R L Oelze was also an applicant for the office Valedictorian In the Senior class of the Louisville Col lege of Dentistry and a leading pant in the commencement is Hugh Evan a former Hardins burg boy Dr Royal ywas chosen Valedictorian of the class The com Maryfeven ing Dr Royalty delivering the dictory address pr Royalty is the son of Mr Qhinta Royalty of Leitch field up 45c One some in lot as as and best on 45c fine ShapinskyJij TheBig IoC lTJ For Cloverport High SchoolProf King Goes to Marion There will be change the faculty the Cloverport High School beginning with the fall term King who been the school for three years the position and principal the Marion probable that teachers in some the other will make Prof Edmond Wroe first principal for the princi the schoo- lSawyers New BoatI valuable addition boat circles and the and most substantial launcb that has plied the herea bouts of the Ohio for many day the gasoline launch now being con structed by Mr The boat 7x31 feet and seating pacity of 18 people will be mod equipped in every willIfor service in about leg Martin Bruns formerly of this city bnt now living in Owensboro where he has charge of the yard engine of the Henderson fracture of the leg Friday He was stepping from the engine when his foot gave sharp just above the ankle Over Farm Mr who formerly lived in Cloverport was here last week connected with the Brecken Cannel Coal Co of he Mr was by Mr Grant of Louisville who spent some little time in looking over the lands this vicinity with view of investing aI r big Our sold realize that big The is essential to latter are to well Fitrito clothes made of that has They The other that are suit are These is popular clothes is growing all because it detail is model andmakes ofa dresser These suits costly considered they the cheapest clothes the When talk Fur right Heros got varied never before Shirts collars andall that make this farm very No Are inbn planted banks fencing fence better economic duties particl exercises Royalty Suits lot shoes long they l Swell hose one JonlyI m mCi J 1 t A pn T t I r i ll 4 J 1 v l I I a in of J P of accepted of of schoolat It is of changes assistant is a candidate palship of A to waters a is J T Sawyer iis a ca It ernly detail A I a a right a Lands H V Harris on ridge whioh is agent Harris farming in I former Fitrito classes line HIGHBALL US f Crews Of Do Not Cut Out Here As J In compliance a request by- the engineers on passenger trains Henderson Route has cancelled the rule requiring each to lay here one in five while their respective engines are being overhauled The engines will still be cut out here as formerly but the crew will take their trains on to Louisville by using the en gines left by the crew of the crews are affected by the new rulin- gTRUSTED ELECTED W G Named As New Member of School Board At an election in Cloverport on last to determine the or of Mr H J Lewis as a member of the board of trustees of the School Mr W G Smart was the successful candidate Mr Lewis seeking reelection was the only opposing candidate The vote stood Smart 73 36 Cracken L T and W G Smart VANDALISM By Persons on Plant of Cloverport Ice Co On last Saturday night window lights in the of the Ice Company were broken Only recently odd lights broken in this same building and just tbeen replayed The parties in this instance and fined As yet no clew to the identity of the perpetrators of the of Saturday night has been found half 3 pair pair 25c MURPHY DEAD JtJ f p I Stroke Proves Was Eigl Years 7 I of Agt I Mrs Malinda Murphy three years died at her home inflthla city last from fects of a paralytic stroke tho Sunday previous and affected the of her right side j Despite her advanced ageMrs Hur phy had enjoyed the best of up tto the moment stricken However there little hopes tha could survive the stroke Mrs Murphy was thbi widow of Jerry oWestcitizenhere having lived in this city the greater part of her life She was a devoted ortthe church and a consistent Chris 1 funeral set cs were on ducted from the teaidenceby Rev J T Lewis pastor of the Baptist church on Saturday mornirgat 930 oclock was in the cemetery 1 Mrs Murphy is survived by six chil dren namely Mrs F M Grandview Ind Mrs Albert Moxley Hartford Ky Mrs CplebMurphyi phy San Tex I v PowersBurke- Mr Ivory Powers and Rosa Cclestineat 11 oclock T1re r is the son of George Powers and the bride is the daughter of Jerry The are well known young peo pie tile Patesville1 vicinity i Dunne The marriagp Mr Warfield Dunn and Miss Isabelle Russell was solemn ized Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock at the of Father Celeetlne Brey The coremony was said by Father Brey The is the daughter of Mr Russell The contracting parties Jn the Mattingly j a 4 + April Didnt Give Us Square DeedThe Weather Played Us And as a the in our large stock of Spring isnt as as it ought to be Wo couldnt foretell the weather else we wouldnt have bought sj heavily of Spring But theres a for every illand we a most effective remedy for this It is to sell our goods at such 1 a sacrifice in prices as will make you buy in defense of your pocket book large and varied line of Spring and Summer is going to be at such 7 in prices you cant afford to overlook us in your Spring trading We a large per cent of Spring buying will be done this month and were to hustle for all we can get of it Weve already got the goods our prices are satisfactory so shouldnt we get a share of trade in Breckenridge county Wo most did buy heavily in CLOTHING SHOES HATS GENTS FURNISHINGS ETC and its up to us to dispose of them Everything you need in spring andsummer wear is included in these reduction prices Fitrite and Fashion The Shoe Question the and both essential a are material the quality are made for dura bility embodied in a of STYLE FIT and FINISH are the features that make Fitrito a favorite with folks It a most make of in popularity with embodies every that of a suit man a model are not either and with everything are on market to of you to a line you the here if id high Vale and up up L tJ d Ky Prof has has has I with made the over day every here day Five held High Lewis Reid eight plant sixty were were deed r theye were she i Miss bride have the Ceases to be a when you step into our store We three prove most to the wearer aBut there are so many different kinds know which you want until you see our line Our hats are the of They are fast Our in department were THIS They were to SELL THIS This month IS Were them all this And not Youve got to have summer be you rich or poor and if we sell them to you than else we you will come us We are to you that we are by far than you can get them by a few prices our and you will see that we are the bargaingivers Breckenridge Gents Furnishings the Gents line strike weve guessing offered incidentals complete Remember are or the have the clothes you need trouble West protect fered expedient embankment Councilman NEW CITY Severs Mens 398 Few Odd ladies and hens Iast100Hens Mens Dress shirts soc Ladies very Bros Store NEW 4RJNCIP AL YEAR principal superintendent Ky departments prettiest week Fractured Routesuffered turnfracturing theleg Looking business accompanied dressedman qualities fashionable demanded THEY Passenger Engines Formerly crew previous Smart Saturday succesS CloverporJ wittbeVChapin Committed Unknown Cloverport had guilty apprehended tan one for 25c Gray 7c up make sox 3 for sL i one week MRS Paralytic fatal htytliree aged eighty Friday morning ef which whole health dence member tian The city JohriLillardjand Antonio morning bridegroom Burke couple of of Joe reside neighborhood a Tricks On consequence holemude goods goods remedy reduction that going certainly why assuredly problem curry only brands HamiltonBrowpFriedmananyone satisfactory A Hatsyoudont striking fancy everybody selling goods every BOUGHT SPRING bought SPRING SPRING going I sell Spring why spring and clothes cheaper anyone believe to going convince selling goods cheaper elsewhere naming Study prices goods and county Furnishings quantities the suited Trousers patent leathers Ladies Umbrellas 48c Shirts markets week i jtof NEXT Hat Egyptian Lisle black and hose week only Ladies Hose Nelsons best 25c pairforonly received sfyewas Baptist Interment Ragsdale Russell residence hoods Underwear Summer underwear ofall kinds No matter what your choice may be weve got what you want Come now and se lect what you need Everything in this line is included in our Xgreat reduction prices For the parlor or the street and in every walk of life we have the clothes you need Cloverport Kentucy jl It r t n ji tH 4 UfI 4 I i H WI f ft 7 ri L1atl JEWELRY I i The finest and Best of all kinds WatchesClocks k ClocksSilverware SilverwareNIHoIIowareFlatware i Musical instruments and findings TC1iewis Son Hardinsburg K- ySATISFACTIONj IN LUMBER l j j Springs Opening Up r That Calls For Lumber TELLIUS WHAT YOU r I WANT 1TOj BUILDI Well figure out the lum ber you need No worrying about that- Satisfaction j in lumber is a big thing But you can get it here Let us have your lumber order today We have what you want intnJ 1 t 1 Weatherholt Clorerport Ky Heart Strength Heart Strength or HeartWeakness mean Nerve Strength or Nerve WeaVne nothing more Pos itively not one weak heart In a hundred Is in itself actually diseased It Is almost always a hidden tiny littlo servo that really is all at fault This obscure nervethe Cirdlac or Heart Nerr simply needs and must have more power more liability more controlling more rovemlnr J strength Without that tho Heart must continue to fall and the stomach and kidneys also hays these same controlling nerves This clearly explain why as a medicine Dr Shoops Kostoratlvo has in the past done so much for weak and ailing Hearts Dr Bhoop first sought the muse of all this painful palpitating suffocst lag heart dUtret Dr Shoops Restorative thll c popular prpMrliition U alone directed to these weak and willing nerve evntrrs It builds It strengthen It offers real genuine heart help If you would have strong Hearts strong dl Station itrvtiKiliiMi these nerves reestablish J them as needed withIDr Shoops RestorativeSEVERS LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COI- NOOKIOKATnP Past Mall anti Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans yule SteamersI Tarascon Tell CityIUtave rvoulsville Monday Wednei IMV Friday and Saturday 4 p m eave Bvanavjlle Monday 10 a mITuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m passengetticketsits delivered quicker than bj r PASSENGER FARE REDUCEDII y C verport o Wulsville 1173I I 4t orporl to Evansville 178 terporUc Owe sboro 75 pleudldaccommodatioua for BtockII 1 eneraiofice 154150 i58 4th it Ionfsvllle Ky v P Wliiflysv8 F and PA I GEOH WILSON Sit 5 I Snbscribe for The News a COUNTY UM LAW DECLARED CONSTITUTIONAL Frankfort Ky May 3The Coin- of Appeals in two opinions in three cases from Woodford Lipcoln and Henry counties unanimously sustaine- the County Unit bill this morninghold ing it to be constitutional in every respect This measure was drawn b f State Senator Cammack of Owenton 1 and was passed by the last Legislature aftea one of the most bitter fights of the session Every effort was made on the part of the liquor interests to defeat the measure both by various amendments and bjY attempts to kill it outright but these failed and the decision of the Court Appeals today is regarded as a great victory by the temperance people allover 1 the State A number of counties s have recently goneudry under thi measure and should it have been d clared Unconstitutional these elections would have been void The cases in which tho opinions were renderedwere those of the Board of Trustees of Newcastle vs Scott iit1 which Judge Peake held the law uncon stitutional an4the other case was from Versailles The opinion in the Henry and Lincolni county cases was written by Chief Justice ORear and that from Woodford county by Judge Hobson Both opin I ions were concurred in by the entire court countylCastle and Stanford voted wet previous ly at a time less than three years doesi not affect the eruorfementof the law Newcastle voted wet September rviff The county of Henry including New- Castle voted dry June 11 1906 The court construes the tow to refer to the vote on the same territory and holds that in order for the fourth fifth and sixth class cities to have an advantage of saperate units they must file a petition to take a vote on the same day in which it is taken in the county The second case is that of ONeal vs Wilholt County Judge and Gray County Clerk Judge Hobson writing holds that the rulings of the officials that the vote taken in the countv by which two pre theIliquor class city a vote could have been taken separately on the same day and thscity and county have been certified n separate units The court says they failed to do this and the whole county voted as a unit and hence the vote applies to the county of Woodford and the vote by which iti went dry applies to the whole county Heres to your health and happiness DeWittsLittle Early Risersfamou- ittle pills Nasty sich headache o billiousnoss may come on any time the cure is an Early Riser Sold by all druggists A Mysterious Light Glendeane Ky May 6 EditorNews Will you allow space in The Netv to tell the readers of a mysterious ligh and describe it as some people are s apt to magnify or minify such things On April 16 a dark misty night this light appeared one and onehalf miles off at a vacant cabin It moved like a skiff riding waves till it came to Mrs T A Keenans remainhd close to he house for fifteen minutes then came twothirds the distance toward us We could discern something dark in it re sembling a person then it moved back beyond her house almost out of sight then back Flashes of light could be seen to leave It settled down in the hollow It was in the shape of a cone large as a corn shock It was first seen at S oclock and watched until 11 It grew smaller Will some one give us some information on the subject The light was seen by Emily E Keenan P H Kenan J1 13 Bates Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Eree If your blood is impure thin dis eased or full of humors if you have blood poisou cancer carbuucles eating sores scrofula eczema itching rising- 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 aiM pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or b express 1 per large bottle 3 bottle- for 250 or 6 bottles fcr f Sainpl- free e by writing Blood Balm Cot Atlan ta JR B B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases as it cures after all else fails Deliberated Twentyone Hours Washington April 29 Binger Her mann former congressman from Oro gon and formor commissioner of the general land office was acquitted o tho charge of destroying public records by the verdict of a jury The Jury deliberated twentyone houri be fore reaching a verdict lows Thfs We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward fo any case of Catarrh that cannot be curod by Halls Catarrh Cure F J OHENEY k CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known V Cheney for tho last 15 years and believe b1 perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his arm WALDINO KINNANMAUVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Hulls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sen tree Irlce 75 cents per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation S Black Jack Notes Miss Bertha Foushee of Hill Grove spent Sunday night with her aunt Mrs Rosa Sipse who has been sick for sometime but is some better at this whiting Miss Lillie M Miller is on the sick list Dr R H Hardesty was called to see a little child of Mr Bashams at Hill Grove Wednesday Sundaytwith Mrs Sam Eppersonof Mr and Mrs Lamb went to Gustoi on business Wednesday r f filleddhis regular appointmen Hill Grove Saturday and Sunday and bile here made his stay with Mr and Mrs James FousheeFrank Downs and Clayton Bradley attended the social given at Mrs Betti Wrights Saturday night Mr and Mrs W D Prather spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Riley Lamb Cut worms are said to be doing considerable damage in this neighborhood Miss Amanda Allen has gone to spend several weeks with Mrs Guible near Rock Haven BolIMedley and mother went to Vine Grove Friday for several days visit with friends and relatives Mrs Lon Ritchie has rheumatism and Isis confined to her room Wednesewith her sister Mrs Tim Clary at Garrett Quick changes from hot to cold and back again try strong constitutions and cause among other evils nasal catarrh a troublesome and offensive disease Sne ezing and snuffling coughing and difficult breathing and the drip drip of the foul discharge into the throht all are ended by Elys Cream Balm This honest and positive remedy con tains no cocaine mercury nor other harmful ingredient The worst cases are cured in a short time All druggists 50c or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York No Peace After All New York May 3The recent an nouncement that a definite understand Ing had been reached between Mayor McClellan and Tammany leader Chas F Murphy through which political peace between the administration and Tammany was assured was prema ture according to a statement made public by tho mayor Let me mail you free to prove merit samples of my Dr Shoops Restorative ThehDr Shoop Racine Wis Troubles of the merelysmake the common error of treating symptons only Symptom treatment is treating the result of your ailment and not the cause Weak Stomch nerves the inside nervesmeans Stomach weak ness always And the Heart and Kid neys as well have their controlling or inside nerves Weaken these nerves and you inevitably have weak vital ShoopssRestorative has made its fame Nor other remedy ever claims to treat the inside nerves Also for bloating biliousness bad breath or complexion use Dr Shoops Restotative Write for my free Book now Dr Shoops Restora tive sold by Severs Drug Co Tne Weather Bureaus Report Washington May ITho month coldestsandtApriloever experienced according to the weather bureau Tangier April 27A Portuguese byra negro In the pay of a Moor The murderer received one franc for his crime Muncie Ind May 1AndrEw title was convicted of bigamy Both his wives appeared against him The New Orleans cotton exchange has begun a war In the courts on lo cal bucket shops DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel 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 DitchsWinchester Ind April 29A fast train on theG R h was wrecked near Collett station by a spreading rail While a number of passengers were painfully hurt noun received fatal Injuries While rushing to the automobileekilled by the collision of his machine with a tree Uncle Sams Monthly Balance Washington May 2The monthly comparative statement of the governments receipts and expenditure shows that for the month of April tho total receipts were 53260591 and afsurplus for the month of 5189457 and for the ten months of the present fiscal year a surplus of 56475751 TilE TEXAS WONDER Rheur matte troubles sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for streetmestimonials Vuclto Abajo cigars sometimes cost 4GO apiece They are each wrapped in Japanese paper and Inclosed in a tiny air tight box of cedar 4DA9lyTORIdBears thetheKind You Have Alwajs s Slgnntwa tl t l i 1 to L The Cause of ManyS Sudden Deaths There Is atllseasa prevailing In this ountry most dantrerous because so decep mayhave live Many sudden deaths are caused b- yitheart disease l pneumonlayheart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease li kidney trouble Is al lowed to advance th- ekidneypoisoned i btood will attack the vital organs or the ddneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from 1 ierangement of the kidneys and a cure Is btalned quickest by a proper treatment of Jie kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and remedyIt to hold urine and scald Ing pain in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRootI Is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot is pleasant to take arid sold by all druggists In flftyicentomd onostellar this wonderful new discovery and a book that Jells all about Jt bqh nomeof8wmpRoot sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mentlor reading this generous offer In this paper Dont makelany mlstakoibut remember th name SwampBoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y a oa every bottin L H Ie ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 118 Dally Fast Train leaves OlovorpD 507 AM stqbs at Howard on flag only rrlve at Louisville 7o25A M No 1121 ITall Mall anlt ressleaves010 rerpori 039 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1215 p m Train No 114 Dally fast mall leaves Olu waystattonsleastLouisville 735 p m Train No 148 Dally except Saturday Olo verport accommodation arrives Oloverport 830 pm No 118 Express Saturday Only leaves Oloverport 848 p m arrives Louisville 1125 p m makes all stops except Addison Sam LongBranchWEST BOUND No 147 Dally Sunday accommodatloLieavesCloveriort6OOa m arrives Evansville 000 am exprelSleavesatUawesvUleStanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louts 710 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dally arrives Cloverport 740 p m Evansvllle 1030 pm Stops at all stations No 115 dally St Louis fast trainleaves Olo AMHawesvilleOwensboroNo 117 Express Sunday only leaves Olo pmbetweenLoutsvlllecars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 148 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND leavt8FordsvUlei am Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvllla 320 pm arrives Irvlngton 520 p mTrain No fl Sunda10n11- Bord vl11e630 a m Irvington 903 a m WEST MOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 650 a m arrives Fordsville 245 pmTrain No5 Daily leaves Irvington 8 5o mt arri vcs Fords vllle 0 25 D m- Stock Profits can be greatly Increased by giving special care to the health of every animal and fowl on the farm Sick poultry sheep cattle hop horses etc depend on their hers to keep them well BlackDraughtStock Medicine keeps their livers working therefore keeps them well andII BlackDraught Stock and try Medicine Is i pure natural vegetable blood purifier and acts by regulating the stomach liver and bowels- It prevents and cures Hog Chol era Chicken Cholera Colic DIst- emper Coughs Colds Constip lion Fever Loss or Appetite Wasting Away and aU the common stock diseases It is a perfect medicine for general farm se Try It Price 25c for a large can at all druggists and dealers New Telegraph Route Los Angeles Cal May 3Clarence H Mackay president of tho PostalI Telegraph company has announced that the Postal Telegraph company will construct a new route from SattlI Lake to San Francisco touching Gold- field Toijbpah Manhattan Rhyollte Jeattle and other towns A thou sand miles of line will ho constructed- at an approximate cost of 1000000 YA i JOHN A BARRY J W PATE MARION WEATHERHOLT President VlccPre SecyTreas Cloverport i Foundry Machine uO IncorporatedI 1 We are pleased to announce to the public that we are fully equipped and prepared to do on short order all kinds of Ma chine and Boiler repair work Wo have a firstclass upto date Foundry in connection with our Machine Shop and are 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 Bolting and Hose Lace Leather Pulleys Shafting Boxes and Hangers Grate Bars Car Wheels Lumber and Log Trunks Boat Flanges now and secondhand Stoves Stove Repairs Bolt 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 ctCjfr Steam and water heating apparatus installed We carry fcv stock of sheet steel and can make on short order and erect if required smokestacks tanks etc Any thing in our lino not mentioned we can make pn short order Fencing Wire carried in stock and also Guttering t Spouting etc Wo have with us a firstclass tinner and are prepared to do all kinds of work in this lino promptly I We Make Gasoline Boat Work a Specialtyi toyhandlesolicited All work done in firstclass workmanship order and satisfaction guaranteed Cloverport Foundry Machine CooJCloverport Kentucky rvw TTTT w TTwwwww ww rw ww vwwWWwwWWWWWWW9W91 The Bank of Hardinsburg i and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000I B F BKARD PRHSIDSNT M H BEARD Cashier PAUl COMPTON Assistant Cashier f DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge BeardDrV AdministratorIntrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byFire or Burglary N I I Tirst State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vice 1residen II H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits mmSN AJ Nr 700 STUDENTS WANTED rabldyoeitionei nil in the next year We had 024uchcaUl In the Put year demandbymore THOROUGHLY than other choolF train their graduates shrewdbusIdDose4 unwise enough to cheat youreelt bytaklnp otquestionablesuch an equipment induce buslneea maDfto alobOuryearn metewhenctaptraltunder1 4ydYougeta00oDreputation byattendin g f ft this school and we make you do THOlRA k5 INCORPORATEDbeboWWOtaWiththetesnltthatyeao9 graduate Enroll as soon as possible Ask for elegant 08page catalogue BRYANT t STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Second fiWalaoUoDlnllli Ky W H DOWMER President A B SKLLLMAN Cashier F L LIOHTFOOT VicePresident CHAS SKILLMAN AsstOoshler t The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGE 1 BANK9 Organized 1872 Cap 5200000I I Insured in every way and protected by the very v latest equipment k 1 J j Interest paid on time deposits u i II v V JHj 0 N K Lf iff lPBusiness great and small solicited riessssasssuIssasssssil SISSSSSSSSSU4T- HE NEWS AND LOUISVILLE DAILY HERALD 2 J w w rk y ic i I CLAIMS ALLOWED t At the April Term 1907 of the County Fiscal Court Continued from last week It is ordered by the court that the following sums be and they are hereby allowed and appropriated to the per sons below named respectively for the services mentioned W G Hardaway poll tax erron couly assessed and paid for the year 1906 150- II James Lewis poll tax erron eously assessed and paid for the year 1906 150 Lewis Ajtwood taxes erroneous ly assessed and paid for the year 1906 88 Rhodes Storms Co pauper coffin 6 00 D S Richardson school books forindigent children 1 12 Harvey Horseley taxes erron eously assessed and paid for the year 1006 108 Mike Miller taxes erroneously I I Iassessed and paid in rail road tax district for the year 1006 oa 535 worth of property to be paid by rail road district 1 61 H A Oelze room for holding local option election 2 00 H A Oelze room for holding November election 1900 2 00 Wm Ellegood guarding felony prisoners four days 400 Roscoe Eskridge repairs at court house 4 00 Pius Tucker caring for and feeding prisoners 3 50 Fred Ferry supplies for smallpox patients 7 15 Forrest Gllliland room for No vember election 1006 3 00 B F Beard Co supplies fur fished Jail1 136 15 B F Beard Co supplies fur nished poor house 17 DOW F Hook making settlement with sheriff for railroad taxes for 1000 to be paid by railroad taxed districtS 00 HC Jolly Sr fees as county surveyor 32 08 f Chas H Drury holdingi inquest l over the body of Courtland Kasey 600 Chas H Drury holding inquest overbodyof John Stark 0 00 J W Teaff supplies furnished I 50Ie 1WGuthrie agent c taxes erroneously assessed and paid for the year 1000 93 E R Wilson taxes erroneously assessed and paid for the I year 1900 2 15 This day came the committee appointed to investigate concerning a 1 ounty privy and reported as follows 4Having gone with the entire court in a body and having visited all the possi ble sites for a privy we recommend the immediate purchase of the lots located adjoining the livery stable and the prompt construction ofa county privy upon said lots or in the court house im1provementbe of such depth and kind as the said committee may see proper to construct and when constructed to be a part of nthecountys public property to be in charge of the custodian of public build w T a 11001 ical bust CfJ it saves101 w1 l time 7a itgives best rrah results 1 its flameIdJnC uyfi ings to be opened at 0 oclock a m andI closed at 7 p m and subject to another y regulation prescribed by law Frank Ruppert H G Vessels T M BatesCommittee Upon motion the foregoing repor was adopted by the court Upon motion Dr L B Moremen was continued as County Health Official for the ensuing year under the former or der of the court It is ordered by the court that the Public Improvement Committee be andI they are hereby continued with power to make such or repairs on public property as seem necessary to them Upon motion John H Elder was elected to till1 the unexpired term ofr Allen Newby who resigned as poor house keeper under the same duties and conditions as heretofore Upon motion Lee Walls was elected Pauper Commissioner for the ensuing year under the same duties and with the same salary as heretofore and he will execute such bond as required by the county court It is ordered by the court that every official required to report to this court be and he is hereby directed to prepare his said report in typewriting and to submit the same on the morning of the first day of each term This order shall include the sheriffs settlement- It is ordered by the court that Jus tices ORielly and Vessells together with the County Judge be and they are hereby appointed as a committee to in vestigate the financial conditions of the railroad tax district and ascertain the probability of the bonds of the district being refunded at a lower rate of inter est And the commissioner of said dis trict is directed to furnish to this committee any fact or figures requested by it and it will report at the next term o this court Upon motion of Justice Bates the claims of Dr J A Sandbach for holding autopsy upon the body of Robert Miller amounting to the sum of 20 was reconsidered and upon motion of Justice Bates the claim was allowed by the court 20 This da came Milt Miller sheriff and presented to the court a delinquent list as follows 1st district ilg delinquents amount Ing to 1850 2nd district 132 deliuquentsnmount ing to 228 3rd district 100 delinquents amount ing to J1GO 4th district 103 delinquents amount ing to 15450- 5th district 58 delinquents amount ing to 587- Gth district S5 delinquents amounting to 12750 And the same were referred to the ustices of the respective magesterial districts in which the delinquents reside and the same was allowed by the court and the sheriff shall be given credit by the total amount of the said list in his settlement for taxes for the year 1006 It is ordered bv the court that the Use A NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove cleanouchIIBecauseitseconom Because Because cooking Because regulated1ntanfi1 improvements I Because it will dot overheat your kitchen Because it is bmr Than the coal or wood stove r Because it ii The perfected oil stove P For titnlr reasons see stove at your dealers mhler or writ bur nearest agency w Made in three sizes and fully warranted The TDr cannot bfctqualed XXfQjL4Qfnp fot ltit bright and 223 steady light BiripVe toastruction and absolute iMety Equipped withfatest Improved burner MAdVof brassthroughout and beautifully nickeled An ornament tozany room whether UBtAry4iniB roOffi parlor or bedroom Every lamp feted Write to bur nearest agency if sot at year 4ItL tAN A8 OIL COMPANY DCoeIDtI 1th 1 r clerk be and he is hereby directed to record the delinquent list and he shall1I furnish to the County Supervisor ofI roads a copy of the same by districts This day came W F Hook and M H Beard commissioners appointed to makeI thee county taxes for the year 100Q and pre sented such settlements which were examined and approved by the court and ordered to be recorded- It is ordered by the court that the County Clerk be and he is hereby dI- rected to certify to the road supervisor the amount of the taxes that will be available to be expended in the year 1907 in each district- It is ordered by the court that the sheriff shall be required to file on the first day of each April term a list of all parties furnishing rooms for registra- t tion and election and the contract prices therefor It is ordered by the court that all persons who are required by law to work upon the public highways are required to work four days in the year but not more than two days in anyone week except in casts of emergencies when they may be required to work any number of days in the week and year All overseers are directed to call out and work all road hands in their respective precincts as set out in this order and as required by law It is ordered by the court that the County Clerk be and he is hereby di rected to file on the first day of each April term of this court a list of all registration and election officers who served during the preceeding year It is ordered by the court that the supervisor of roads and bridge commis sioner is hereby empowered to dmwI from the emergency fund on orders countersigned by the County Judge nil amounts necessary to meet the demands of emergency matters of any nature It is ordered by the court that the County Judge the supervisor of roads and Justice 0 Rielly be and they are hereby appointed as a committee with full power and authority to purchase any read material or supplies including machinery and teams they may deem necessary for tho county or any dIstrictI One bond for the sum of 1000 dated Feb 28 1898 signed by Wm Ahlcoun ty judge Morris Eskridge commission er and receiver and Owen Cunning ham clerk of Breckenridge county ex forfexecuted to L T Roberts dated March 31 1808 signed by Wm AhlI county judge Morris Eskridge commissioner and receiver and Owen Cun ningham clerk of Breckenridge county and one bond for 500 executed to L B Macy dated October 19 IJOl signed by Wm Ahl county judge and Clint P Hook clerk of Breckenridge county being this day filed in court by the commissioner and receiver Paul Comp ton and having been paid bv him and marked canceled were this day burned in open court by the County Judge in the presence of the court It is ordered by the court that the following sums be and they are hereby allowed and appropriated to the persons below named respectively for the ser vices mentioned George Harned room for hoM- ing magistrates court 1 HO George Harued trustee c room forholding November election 1000 1 BO John P Haswell Jr attorney fr Mrs Mary A Brown damages in II G Vessells road case to be paid out of levyoflOOO 8000 John P Haswell Jr attorney for Mrs Eliza J Hardesty damages in II G Vessells road case to be paid out of levy of 1906 40 00 John P Haswell Jr attorney for Mrs Jennie Stiff dam ages in H G Vessalls road case to be paid out of levy of 1006 10000 John P Haswell Jr attorney for Mrs Sarah M Burch damages in H G Vessells road case to be paid out of levyoflgOO 2500 Lee Bishop coroner conducting autopsy upon the body of Robert Miller 8 00 John Shaw lock for office of county superintendent 135 A A Richardson books for in digent children 122 iodiI 289- W F Hook settlements with sheriff for county levy 1906 100 h0- W F Hook recording raised list and balancing same 4 days 12 00 Jubal Hook Jr delivering bal lot books November election l ofl 1750 W F Hook delivering ballot books November election 1006 i 2000 W F Hook delivering registra tion books 10C6 vtv 7 00 W F Hook foes as clerk a54 00 H Dill Moorman tdoney paid out for county 11 14 Wm Ahl board for paupers 50 George Razor taxes erron bus ly asseSStd and paid on property for the year IgOO 1 03 Breckinridge Democrat publishing claime Allowed by Fiscal Court and supplies fnaished cot ltgl4tt 3291 Yo c Jesse Pile taxes erroneously as sessedandpaid for 10051 172 Matt Jarboe house for Novem ber election IgOS 2 00 Jim Brickey for use and benefit of J W Teaff attention to public privy for last six months 000 R A Shellman fees as jailer c 39140 less fcjl 20 paid out for janitor360 20 This day came C L Fisher and Luther Clommona And presented to the court petitions of citizens and taxpayers of Breckenridge county asking the court for an appropriation to build a bridge across Harris Ford on the Clover port and Bowling Green road near Rockvale And it appers to the court that the construction of said bridge is probably a public necessity therefore upon motion and second it is ordered that the County Judge appoint three commissioners who are to be accom panied by the bridge commissioner and the magistrate of the sixth district as advisers Said commissioners are au thorized directed and empowered it in their sound discretion deem a bridge necessary to determine the kiud of bridge and length of same and mav construct same of such kind and of such plans as they deem proper When said bridge in constructed the cost of same shall not including approaches exceed 1500 The said commissioners will report their acts at the next term of this court and provisions shall be promptly made to pay any contracts made in com pliance with this order Any work or dered and approved by the commission ers other than the cost of the bridge proper may be paid for by vouchers drawn by the bridge commissioner and countersigned by the County Judge The court names as commissioner to execute this order Robert E Moorman D N Howard and Deunie Sheeran Upon motion of Justice Vessells second d by Justice Drury it is recom mended that the salary of the county road supervisor and bridge commissioner for the year 11107 be fixed at the sum of 1600 to be paid as the other salaries and that he take the oath re quired by law and execute the bond required of him by the County Judge of Ureckenridge county for the faithful performance of his duties and for the proper accounting of all money that comes into his hands and he is now authorized to procure such assistance and to make such contracts as are inci dent to the proper and economical ex penditures of the county funds for road and bridge purposes And for any such contracts made or assistants employed he shall be liable on his official bond He is directed to be in his office onII Monday and Saturday of each week and to employ the remaining days in the various districtsof the county in theI discharge of his official duties He IhailI keep a record of all orders drawn byI him and properly approved by the County Judge in the supervisors record book provided for his office He will issue orders for work done and supplies j furnished etc under the same system in force during the year 1906 And the vote being taken upon fhe foregoing order resulted as follows John ORielly yea C H Druryyea T M Bates yea J T McCamish yea II G Vesgolls yen Frank Ruppert yeaSo said order was adopted and made the order of this court This day Justice Vessolls moved theI court that the levy for road and bridge purposes for the year 1907 be fixed at the sum of 25 cents for both purposes 20 cents for roads and 5 cents for bridges which motion was seconded by Justice Drury And the yea and nayI vote being taken thereon it resulted as followsJohn ORielly eaC H Druryyea T M Bates yea J T McCamish yea H G Vessells yea Frank Ruppert yeaWherefore it is ordered by the co- urtConvalescents INEEDV1JVOL byOreatingthere Is Just bna thing the matter With a person who has been sick that is weakness To all such people in this vicinity wo recommend our delicious cod liver preparation Vinol as the very best IVinolI gans creates an appetite promotes sound sleep makes rich red blood tohealthvigorThis allIkeanttos1oi it rY Dt lI It I IA t k 1 I rsimilating VeQetable theToodllndRe PrcparatioDfor AsIIting the Stomachs andHoKeI Promotes Di esUonChecrfu1 ness and RestCon tains neither OpiumtMorphine nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC ax d lJrswzrzzPl- TClJEll11ffJJ forConslip1tion Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Tnc Simile Signature of NEW YORlr tXACT COPy OF WRAPPEB It v H that there be and is hereby leviedan advalorem tax under the authority of section 4307 of the Kentucky Statutes and under the authority of section ISO of the constitution the levy for all per poses being 18 cents and both levies notJ amounting to 50 cents of 25 cents on each 100 in values of taxable property in Breckenridge county for the yeart 1907 said tax to be levied and apportioned for the following purposes toIwit To the road and bridge fund as follows For work on and expenses of working the public highways of the county 20 cents and for bridges in eluding large culverts 5 cents on each 100 in value of taxable property intt said county And it is further ordered that the tax collected from property situated in each magisterial district of said county shall be alloted to each district in which it is collected and shall be applied to the roads and cul verts in said districts but the tax allot I ed to bridges shall be applied to bridges j wherever situated in the county whenii and where same is necessary in the dfaI cretion of the authorities authorised to 1 expend these funds I This day came Justice ORielly sec onded by Justice Bates moved theI court that the levy for Ureckenridge county for the year 1907 be IS cents onII the 100 in value of taxable property divided into three funds towit GenII oral expeuse fund which shall include j salaries of officers and other current expenses 7 cents sinking fund 5 ntsr and pauper fund 6 cents and each tax so levied shall not be diverted tofany other than that for which it was levied except as provided by law And further that there be levied a per capita 1 or poll tax on each male in the county of Breckenridge towit On each malet citizen of the age of 21 years or overI resident in the county of 150 for theII said year 1907 and said poll tax to be leviedand apportioned for the following t purposes only towit For road purtt poses 50 cents for general expense I fund 1 And that said tax of 50 cents shall be devoted to the work upon and I the expense of working the public highways of the county in the district in which it is collected j And the vote being taken thereon resulted as follows John ORielly yeajJJ Chas H Drury yea T M Bates yea i JT McCamish yea H G Vessells yea Frank Rupport eacc So said motion was adopted and madecc an order of this court It is ordered by the court that the pog Law be publishes in the Democrat and News This day cattle the committee hereto fore appointed to examine the report of the commissioner and receiver and reported that the same is correct and directed that the same be recorded This day came M H Beard commissioner for the railroad tax district atHlI submitted his report as to the financial condition of said district which was rcIceived and filed This day came the committee hereto fore appointed to examine the books ofI the road supervisor and reported that theywere in n proper and satisfactory condition which report was adopted by the court and the committee dis chargedIt ordered by the court that demands of any nature requiring cash or immediate payment the County Judge in his discretion maypay such claims on warrants drawn on the general I r S rr L CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THE CINTAYR COMPANY NEW YORK CRY emergency fund in the hands of the commissioner and receiver It is ordered by the court that the committee heretofore appointed to in vestigate the financial condition of the railroad tax district are hereby empowered to retire another bond with the accumulated surplus of 120176 now in the hands of the sheriff which the raid sheriff is now ordered to pay to the railroad commissioner- It is ordered by the court that each requMtedi pauper commissioner of Hreckonridg county the death of any pauper in his district who is drawing an allowance from the county It appearing to the court that the Fiscal Court of Grayson county has determined to build a bridge across Rough Creek at Kveleighs mill and has appointed a commissioner to act in coa junction with this county in contract ing for said bridge and constructing the and a committee of this court proposedbridgeordered by the court that Robert Moor be and is hereby appointed M a commissioner of the county for the purpose of contracting for and superin bridpHehis acts herein by the magistrate of the fifth district Justice McCamish and the bridge commissioner J V StClair They will meet with the commissioner propoHdforbridge determine the site and egree upon a plan for the same They will let the contracts for the bridge the abuttments and approajhe thereto after having received competitive bids therefor and that when said bridge and approaches shell have been completed they will report to the court their actions under this order They will also report the progress made in suchwork at each term of the Fiscal Court The power or right to accept said bridge shall remain and be in the Fiscal Court Andwhen the aforesaid contracts are made by the commissioners and performed according to the terms thereof this court will make provision for the payment of such obligations so incurred in conjunction with Grayson county It is further ordered that the bridge commissioner of Breckenridge county draw warrants for anv emergency de mands from the road and bridge fund the same to be credited to said fund in the final settlementoiti rat Prisoner Leads Strike Alton 111 May 3Elght stalwart prisoners of the city Jail who in default of police court fines Imposed for various offenses are required to sweep the streets went on strike and declared they would not work James Locke a fat man who boasted that he had not worked In twentyfour years acted as leader Chief of Police Max well Immediately ordered the strikers placed in confinement with a diet ot bread and water CASTORIAI For Infants and Ohildren TNT Kind You Have Always BontM 140 I Boars the lISignature of I I r 1 yr 1 I N BRECKENRIDGE NEWS fJo I I D dAflDAQE S NSf 4 I Pub tilniroo ii- I I I f = Issued EverY Wednesday III i s Subscription Price flOOa year or IMM paW at the lendrot year Lb qABD3 OR TuANtd over flye lines chrned or kt the rata dft lP iCe ltli porcine OBITOAttlKS charged for atlhe vat of 5 ante per line Money In advance = Examine tbetftbeIon your paper Ifltli sot correct pleasel notify as tlTchange In the address When ordering a eubecrlbersshould gtvo their old as welt as the new address = r t EIGI T PAGES I WEDNESDAY MAY 81907 48 TO TILE RAJLROllDS The Louisville Board of Trade is look Ing into the matter of this wholesale on slaught against the business of the railroads It is time the business men were taking hold of the matter We believe iin regulating the railroads but it ought to be done by men who know somethin- about it men of good sound business sense men who know something about the cost the equipment and the innum erable little things that add to the cost and expense of running a railroad What does a politician know about the many items that go to make up the ex pense account of a great railroad He doesnt know any more than the general1 public and all he cares about is th making of his own record playing to the galleries for the purpose of feather ing his own nest He never takes int consideration the pay rolls of the rail roads and if held up for thirty days the sufferings it would cause to millions of peopleLet us take the matter home to our selves Suppose the Henderson Route should hold up its pay rol for a month what a howl would go up from the hundreds of employes And who are the employes Not the presidents and general office force they are a small unit in the makeup Its the section men- the timber men tie men iron men shop men brakemen conductors and hun dreds of other men who constitute th working force Cut down the business of the railroad and their earnings who does it effect Not the politicia- not the howler and kicker but thes men who toil and sweat and risk their lives for the accommodation of the pub ic A politician doesnt want anything bet ter to harp on than a corporation es pecially a railroad Its their stock iin trade Its their business to keep the masses worked up to the idea that rail roal owners are a set of despots who care nothing for the general public onl to fleece them They have educated the public that it is all right and his the politicians business to harrass the rail roads by statutes regulations ordi nances sued in the courts for the most trifling grievances cheated by short fares stolen rides anything no matter how dishonest its all right when done to a railroad We say it is time to call1 a halt along these lines WHO iRE THE GUILTY Within the put few nights several little acts of violence against propert- inI this city have been perpetrated tha are causing our citizens to sit up and take notice On Saturday night more window lights in the Cloverport Ic Factory were broken and on Elm street windows have suffered from these dead Without knowing who the guilty parties are but sharing the de itre of every good citizen to see them gunished a few words would not b I +ybether guilty pr not the small boy l + blamedl for a big share of thus acts dM a consequence the city councill iai eu fit to amend the curfew law Qta ing it more binding on parent and Olld If the boy iis guilty he should iin pAte manner be punished He is of wrong1uf suspicion seems to rest for some of the petty offenses heres a word or two Obey tl ecuiewjaw stay in at night lave your fun but do nothing that does net become a boy and the good citizens of the town to a man will stand by you We all love the boy Since the day little George slew the cherry tree the youngsters have been in mischief an likewise since Washington became the Father of his Country they have been making Presidents They will hi both Were proud of them an should seo that they are given their rights but they should in early age b taught to respect the law and othe peoplesl right Now let them obey the curfew law to the letter and if these disgraceful acts continue to be perpe rated we shall know they are innocent j r andjwfll pit forth every effort to see thatthe guilty are punished Vandalism iirrafrrianisthe lowest sort of l wlessc ess and If the destruction of property I within the past few nights have been j the work of men they should be given t J I n the heaviest penalty that can be upbn the perpetrators of such offenses J John W Gates iis reported to haVeI quitthe Wall street stock exchange att ter dropping 1a Wad of 40000003 gambling fIrs fortune is now reduce I to about 100000000 yet the poor un fortunate thinks he may be able tokeep- thproverbfalwolfI from to door5 w forhend Kontuckjans sustained their reputa t tlbn of paying homage to two product that contribute largely to the fume oi ttieI3luegrass State bv turning outdii1 recordbreaking numbers I Vis the small boy an expensive luxury is an interesting subject for discussion o just now But when it comes t- a t vote register us nay In some instances a few willow switches and an occasions i patch on the trousers should be the onlyr expense The citizens of Cloverport to the localI gas company Give us gasthe kin that burns Cheer up weve got June to look for ward to WoolgFarmersHaving many things to write unto you I would not write wit I paper and ink but I trust to come unto you and speak face to face 2 John l21 Neighborhoods having from three to live thousand pounds of wool need notl ship to commission houses nor traffic for goods to the other fellows price but write to me and I will come and make arrangements mith the farmers by which the dealer who takes our IrvingtonI pool will come to your place and weigh- o I up and pay you the cash for yours I can make you some money this year andI perfect plans for selling your wool to much better advantage in years that are to come Write me and then hold your wool until I come DR P W FOOTE Irvington Kyf May 4 1907 Notice Our wagon is now running making trips every other day If the misses you call us up Get your coupon books or slips as no ice will b left except on receipt of theme Cloverport Water Light Ice Co IRVINGTONn eMiss Reba Lewis of Cloverport wa the guest of Miss Nellie Smith last weekMiss Zelma Strother has returned to Big Spring after being the guest of Mist Willa Drury and Mrs H H Kemper for several days Mr W B Biggs who has been trav sling through the South for some time and brother Milliard Biggs of Louis ville are spending their vacation here MrsyMr and Mrs C L Chamberlain have returned from Louisville wnere they went shopping Mrs Lide Adkins and children after a short visit to her parents at McDan iels returned home Thursday Mr Jerrie Gannan and son Walter KyforMrs Moorman and children are vis iting her parents Mr and Mis Wilson atGlendeaneKen of Cloverport is engineer on the branch in the absence of Mr GaunanMrs J R Wimp was appointed from the Baptist Sundayschool to represent Sundayschoolti time in May at the Presbyterian church Mrs Will Roberson and baby returned wasethe guest of her parents for a short time Mrs Life Rhodes of Brandenburg and Mr Hert Cunningham of Chenault are visitors of Mr and Mrs W B GardnerMr Matt Payne of Lodiburg will MapleItreat F Redmon some time this wk We welcome Mr Payne and family to our town and hope that theyy will be pled and come to del spentSaturday VirginiafIawee homedBigSpringi Kemper for an indefinite time haseelryin4tonBaptistmonths has resigned the pleasant thorOUKhly ville and give more time to the heavy course of study that he is taking at the Southern Baptist Seminary The prayers and good wishes of these two congrega Thompd son as an the mission field will be greatly strengthened by his presence theefords denburg for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs James Lewis eWe are glad to note that the Da givr en by the young people of the Baptist church last Saturday evening at the Brown Hall was a decided success both financially and socially The play was very successfully produced and the members deserve credit for their fine work Every member without any ex ception handled their part in a cred itable manner and deserves to be comp plimented had been revisedjokesandswith new songs and called forth lots of laughter and pleasured HARDINSRURG Floyd Ltjwis oCNew Albany who has been visiting hisparents Mr and Mrs Henry Lewis returned home Sun day j Mrs Percy M Beard and children visited Mr and Mrs 11 S Richardson at Union Star last week T J Hook has commenced the erec tion of his concrete fire proof wheat elevator4 Its capacity is 2500 bushels Mrs Blanche Read returned homes Friday after a weeks visit to relatives finLouisvilleThe Wm L Gabe was a visitor in Louisville several days of last week Judge Henry DeH Moorman return ed home Saturday from Louisville whore he had been on legal business Gus Brown went to Lcitchfleld Tuesday to take depositions Dennie Sheeran and John W Ken nedy were in Louisville last week Quarterly Court last Monday Circuit Court convenes next Monday dArthur Goodman of Fordsville win town Sunday Roy Moorman went to Louisville SundayIBob French of Ammons was iin town Monday attending Quarterly Court Irvingtonhcandidate for the nomination of the Democratic party for Representative was in town Monday attending Quarter ly Court and incidentally seeing the voters I A representative of the American thee farmers on Tuesday night May 14 at Hickory Lick and on Wednesday night May 15 at McGavocks school house Every body is cordially invited to at tendIThe lucky winner of the fine Elbert wagon given away by B F Beard Co was W T Gregory Jr of nea Garfield The other contestants wer D H Henning and W R Bowman The committee to countthetickets were Joel H Pile T J Moore and John P TT MaylTheJ Ky and the Rev Charles are here as sisting the pastor the Rev Brands in a revival which commenced Sunday BrorCharles conducts the singing Bro Carter preaches strong convincing sere mons and large congregations attend each service Miss Addie K Eskridge returned home Friday from Louisville where she took a business course at Bryants Strattons Business College She graduated with the highest of honors and upon the final examination attains ed a grade of 99 per cent A number from here attended The Destrkt School at Irvington Satur day evening given by the young peo pIe of the town for the benefit of the Baptist church They were many expressions of commenda tion as to the histrionic talent display by the cast of characters Among those who saw the play wereMrs G W Beard Misses Mattie Reid Louise Beeler Nannie Kincheloe Hannah Beard Della Kincheloe Nell Moorman and DrJ E Kin heloe Morris Kinche loe Roy Moorman Arthur Beard Ernest Haswell and T J Moo- reCUTICURA VtORSYtONDERSTestimonials of the Wonderful Cures of Torturing Disfiguring Humors of the Skin Scalp and Blood CURES ARE SPEEDY AND PERMANENT afflicted myfacement for two weeks but to no avail I CuticuraRemediesCut cura sap avid ono box ot Cuticura Ointment for aJj ttlo4ver a month I was entirely dured D1fst Jennie B qhambcr n N roy J FD loo 1 NYMay28Ui190uV v V ANOTHER CURE TsUffprcd for more than ten years dnIJYilctWi wemooljcrl in to attend to me bub tHoy did uio no good Nothing seemed to Up myfricilUgadvised IloriedtCSandiyhichi I did and in less than rQ1fWCCKttr I ivva3rnado weir I used theCorhpletoTreatment consisting of Cuttoura Soap Cuticura Ointment and Cuticum Fills and I found them all very successful My friends were surprised at such a quick cure and I theCuticurnme Bertha Simpson Alviso Calif May 24 1900 AND STILL ANOTHER My two children had the the first one had it for five monthsill over tho body and we had two doctors treat her I saw tho Cuticura Remedies CuticuFaSoapcura Pills and after using them it wasnt curedMytho Cuticura Remedies cured her also Wo think tho Cuticura Remediei the keeptlLoveladyCOJ9oIHnrMr7CbrttrliUIIXallhMHI1I118t1A CitMH Bot J i ui r New Goodsi New Prices 1 Ever on the alert for the best goods for least money we feel that we have a right to exM peck a reasonable portion of your patronageI t 1 And with the seasons new and attractive I goods just in and the reasonable prices for t I thequality we are looking for you Furniture Folding Beds 1650 Side Boards- Dressers 1600 10 s 11 and 1250L Chiffoniers 1100 Wash Stands 450 and 500 00arm 700eWood Beds 350 to 600 Stand Tables 125 to 400 00testRugs We have them from 150 to 4 Oil Cloth 35c to 60c Carpets 30c to 75c per yard Matting 15c to 30 r Cooking Stoves the 50sixStep 50GBed Springs 275 to 325 Mattresses 275 to 350 Cots 150 to 225 Chairs j Rockers 125 t6 650 Dining Chairs per setG to 800 Cane Snt Chairs per set 400 Split Seat Chairs per set 275 I L Full line of Safes and Cupboards 750S3 to 4JJ J f Anything and everything needed in general housekeeping we have or will get on short notice and will be glad to have you come in and look through our general line and let us help you in your house cleaning or general furnishing BF BEARD ScCO Hardinsburg Ky 17 4 ll1lfIJlL I Remember Our Full Line of SPRING UITSII 1 I 1I1 tfNitmltItmJi I Right Goods Right Treatment c Right Prices Come to see us if we dont d6 you better go elsewhere well thank you for the call just the I same IIGel Our Prices on Farm Implimentsd IGlasscock m Co Kodel1 GlendeaneKy Bj FOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT 14 i f Rdln Indl estlear j burStatktch Belching H Itol cfOasjl IyeYwForn 1r1TJ 1 T7T T F 15Ae Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY MAY 8 1907 PERSONALAND LOCAL New post cards at Brabandts R T Polk was in Louisville Monday Rev J T Lewis is quite illat his home Wm Ditto of Brandenburg was here TuesdayMiss McGlothlan of Irvington is in the city Rev James Lewis was at Stepheus rport Sunday Ladies Home Journal for sale at the Newa office Roy Moorman of Hardinsburg was here Sunday Edward Morrison has returned home from Louisville Ira and Lafe Behen were in Kosmos dale last week Mr and Mrs Chas Berry spent Sun day at Stanley Mr and Mrs Jess Bobler went to I Webster Sunday Hon D W Henry of Irvington was in town yesterday Babys pictures taken for 2 Cabinet size at Brabandts Reduced prices on all goods at H Meyers Big Spring Amhy Williams has returned home from Stephensport J T Pulliam of Patesville visited the News office Tuesday c xMargaret Moorman will entertain the Girls Club this afternoon t Miss Reba Lewis was the guest of friends at Irvington Saturday evening Capt and Mrs Marion Ryan of r Vicksburg Miss are the guests of rel ativesL L Mitchell of Addlson was in town yesterday and visited the News office Rev WP Maylott of Oweusboro conducted services at the M U Church Sunday Mrs J H Rowland will entertain the Ladies Reading Club tomorrow afternoon Mrs Frank Payne vho has been suffering from a broken arm is much improved MYs Sue P Foote of Bewleyville is the guest of her daughter Mrs V G Babbage Jolla Vest whohas been in California for several months has returned to Kansas City If you have a bunch of wool take it to H Meyer Big Spring and get top price for it Byron Johnson of Garfield was visiting his son Elias Johnson near Gns = ton last week The ladles of the Methodist church will give a strawberry supperThursday night May 16 William Lightner of Evansville has accepted a position at the Henderson Rout shops here efortl nII AJcteee6 Li tillstoe downstairs 215 Fourth street bath boe OweMfeet Rr J AvOID ALp AN I f INFOODDANGER TO GUARD SHIPS against the unseen dangers at leA the United States Government maintains lighthousest1 To guard your home against the un seen dangers of food products the Govern ment has enacted a pure food law The law compels the manufacturers of baking powder to print the ingredients on the label of each can + The Government has made the label your protection I so that you can avoid alumread it carefully if it does not j say pure cream of tartar hand it beck and Sayplainly f- ROUALBAKING ROYAL Jaa pure cream of tartar baking powdera pure product of grapes aids the digestion adds to the health F fulness of food Buy your wall paper from me and I II get it hung at 5 cents per roll Edward Gregory The 3 Gs II R B McCarts agent L H St L at Lewisport was in Louisville Monday to see Mrs Alice Longworth and the derbyCH Myer Big Spring is closing outP He wants to quit business Now is your opportunity to get goods at your own pricehMr Prank Eades wile and son and Mrs Porter Miller of Owensboro vistited Mr and Mrs T C Tousey the first of the week Mr F T Heyser has been confined to his home tar several days with the chills Mrs Heyser is also in of symp toms of pneumonia Wool wool wool Bring your wool i to me get the highest market price S and get the lowest price on goods H Meyer Big Spring We are closing out Goods must go at some price at your own price come and make the price and take the goods- H Myer Big Spring The man who is looking for a good location to sell goods in one of the best sections in this countv should go and see H Meyer Big Spring Fred Pierce of Las Vegas New Meq 1 ico was a passenger on the train Monday enroute to Louisville He has been over for a few days with his wife at Owensboro t Miss Martha Askins of Shawnee Oklahoma was here Saturday from Vincent accompanied by Miss Nannie Tate They were tie guests of Mrl and Mrs Jacob MUtergWhy pay 10 cents pe roll for wall paper to a retail dealer when I sell the same goods for 5cents I have it in stock Edward Gregory Tho 3 Gs Rev Currie will conduct regular ser vices at the Methodist church next Sun day morningand evening He will ar rive home Saturday from Cacliz wHere he is assisting in a protracted meeting 5 J K Keith went to Brandenburg last week and erected a Scotch granite monII ument for Wm Ditto The firm oft Keith Son is arrauping to put in pneumatic tools in order tp meet their increasing trade The family of MrUkct Brains left on last Thursday for Owensboro to join I Mr Bruns who has charge of ths yard I engine of the L H St L railroad in that city They will make Owens boro their permanent home j One from two leaves one Why pay two mens prices for wall paper When you can get it at a one mans price Show me the man that can sell wall paper and put it on the wall cheaper than we can Barnum Bailey want to see that freak I Edward Gregory The 3 Gs Ladies your attention is called to the two tone stencil ingrain paper just placed on the parlor of Dlrs Chas B Skillman and the cut out Heraldic pattern just placed on the room of Mrs E T Haynes They are the very latest out Stop in when on the hill and seethe Sunny Brook Roses and the California Fruit Tapestry at Mrs J R DeHavens and when you go to Oscar McGavocks down in Hancock county you will see one of the prettiest decorated lomesJn iancoekcouaty Edward I Gregory of The 3 Gs did tfie work d 1- i KINGSWOOD COLLEGECOMMENCEMENT eo The first commencement of Kingswood to ollege opened Friday April 25 at 730 m with a program rendered by the children One of the most interesting features of the evening was an original play by Mrs Mary Hughes which was enjoyedby all Rev S G Shelley presiding elder of Elizabethtown District preached Saturday morning in Kingswood chapel In A literary and musical program given i Saturday evening was well attended and quite good The Sunday services opened at 9 a m with an enthusiastic testimony meeting after which Rev J M OBryan o Shelbyville Mo preached a most excellent sermon Rev John Paul of the Pentecostal Herald office Louisville Ky preached Sunday afternoon Rev J M OBryen preached again iin the evening The Lord set His seal upon the min stry of these brethren by saving and sanctifying souls- Notwithstanding the fact that Monday night was pay night the audience was larger than usual A literary and musical of program was given which thoroughly entertained the crowd and no one went away begrudging his quar et The exercises Tuesday morning consisted of oratfous from the graduates music and talks from Rev and Mrs and visiting brethren 9 Most of the teachers and pupils have j to their homes and at j melancholyIKingswood presents a very j appearance and extends a 5 vitation to her friends in the county t J sheer up the ones left in the woods Wi Death of Caleb Hawkins W Seattle Wash April 30 1907 Died April 25th 1907 at his home 2824 E Aloha Mr Caleb Hawkins of F paralysis in the 87th year of his age Ha had ben a resident of Seattle for years He was from Brackaoridge i county where he was born and raised and lived until he came to Seattle Mr HawkinS was a member of the Masonic fraternity and was buried with all the honors of that body Ha bore his suffering with patient resignation al though his suffering seemed to be great yet his last hours were calm and peace ful and he passed away to be with the loved ones that have gone beforeH Hardinsburg paper please copy Politics Claims J Rogers Gore J Rogers Gore has been nominated by the Democrats of the senatorial dis trict composed of the counties of Washing Marion and Taylor as their can didate for State Senator At a meeting of the district committee held in Lebanon May 2 Mr Gore was declared the nonimee the formality of a convention being dispensed with there being no opposing candidate I Mr Gore was formerly editor and publisher of the Breckenridge Democrat at Hardinsburg and is well known in- reclruridge couritySFatpresaiit t editor and publisher of the Springfield SUB C A DOUBLE WEDDING AT STEPHENSPORT Young People Fall Vic tims to Cupids Arts In the Baptist church at Stephens port which was beautifully decorated lor the occasion a double wedding of much interest to Breckenridge county people and many others took place at 5 oclock Sunday afternoon The con tractinp parties being Miss Zula Mc Qulmn and Mr Everetts Dowell Miss Belle Conn and Mr Stanley Conner The Rev Tames T Lewis of this city officiated Alter the marriage ceremony wedding party was entertained at the home of Mrs Pike Conn A large number of friends were in attendance On Moqday they were entertainedat the Conner home near Stephensport The cpuples are members of the best known families of Stepheusport and are very popular young pe- opleWants + 1 I m1 Ho Advertisements Inserted undcrthls bead at one cent a word pur week OU SALEAH kinds of building lumber Can furnish walnut oak or poplar on short notice Wrltumo at Tarfork Ky Charles TubeltnR X ANTEITo buy 10000 foot ot poplar weather board lug Cloverport 1lannlng 11111 OR SALEFour nice shoats weight about 75 pounds each J G Mattlngly llarne- dJANTFDPerson to travel and collect In weekly salary of Im JosephAloxlludorOloverport STRAEDFrom my term near Stephens one weighing about 230 pounds with pigs the other weighs about SOOIpounds Will give 5 for their return uo me or any Information leading to their rovery VM Gilbert Stophensport Ky WANTEDA lady preferable of middle charge of a household and do general housework for a family of tour where there Is a girl In her fourteenth year help Water in the house and other things reasonably convenient References required and I shall willingly glue reference If ro quested Address A 1l UAUDIN Lodi burg Ky COIl SALEGold ring with pretty setting worth ft for JlLtS Exchange Department orllrcckenrldge News Cloverpt Iy IANTED A good Jersey cow fresh Wm Hardliuhurg Ky FOR SALE 10d acres ot land laying on tho railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn 10 acresi meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price fl500 cash For further particulars write the Breckenrldge News Cloverport Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines UasollnfEngines MARTIN Louisville Kv LAND FOR SALE FOIL SALE 150 acres of land situated near Improver ments one small log dwelling three rooms Itood tobacco and stock barn corn crib 40 acres In woods white oak and post oak sold Fine lot of good hickory and ash to sell PrIce 1500 For further Information write Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky SALESMEN WANTEDThree salesmen county township and railroad surveys of Kentucky These surveys are a splendid compilation of facts figures andI drawings and of wonderful value Counties and towns are fully Indexed and populations each are given Railroads plainly shown and distances between all stations alhoglven Congressional districts outlined and num tiered A splendid opportunity for energetic men nand McNully k Co Chicago 111 Pun SALE Book of Destiny fortune heel at News office r= fTiBargains I- nDUROCS 1 BuyersoI In order to make room at once I WM will sell my aged Boar and three rf young ones Also four Gilts dirt ft cheap IE P t1ARDA VAY1 1 + Irvington Ky I I IYour last chance to have your Upholstering done hero in your citytt nAiV style All ordersmust AHbeIC G SCHWAKZu I EI 1MEET ME AT NOLTES I I IFar in AdvanceT- O WOMEN WHO CAN APPRECIATE REALLY AND ELEGANT FOOTWEAR WE REC 99SMART THE EXTENSIVE LINE OF Queen Quality Oxfords- WEd ARE SHOWING IN THE VARIOUS NEW EJ STYLES AND LEATHERS THE WOMEN I KNEW ONLY THE QUEEN QUALITY WHOIIFEW YEARS AGO CANHAVE NO OF THE QUEEN QUALITY SHOE OF TODAY c SALESc 3fI OTHER SHOES FOR WOMEN OF COURSE WE HAVE THE OTHET KINDS TOO d IJ C Nolte BroICloverport Kyff i Spring Cleaning I KillerI I I Per P mtIMOTH BALLS AMMONIA STRAW HAT CLEANER j I 1SEVERS DRUG CO NNN N rd11 Itill m IMANY COLORS- In Iij Josephs Coat were the en ttm vy of his brethren iij But taste in ing demands new care rrJ IfmW1isurroundings My knowledge I of color durability obtained eby sixteen experience in ij HighClass Painting is freely placed at the service of I my customersBERT EAVINI Cloverport Ky IfSmBJJ liB fWi f Wj issued statement of its business for the month of March and M M the increase in the number of subscribers is shown as follows MM Number subscribers 1st 1907 167497 M X Number added during month 4534wY Number discontinued y fjNetTotal number subscribers April 1 1907 169139 l J CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL GREGORY COMPANY PROPRIETORS CLOVERIORT KENTUCKY We have Contractor James M associated with us and can furnish plans and estimates for buildings Our Mill Work is of good material and best workmanship and our prices are reasonable We have several grades of roofing at prices from 1 to 325 par Iquarefbest Ruberiod will last as long as the building p all j i1- ll I Iiii IIl III UI IIh i1III I I tIli Cadick Milling Coe- I i good House Paint colors yearf House Morch Lewis Every day makes new convtrts for CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR Those who heave fcrj 4it know Its quality They know it makes the most de- l liofoua bread or paY that if pa tibia to fad afjrwhtra sItsi ssmt the results always good IlakinE days bring no annoyance for thoie who UM this splendid flour Ty tt nut time you bake MAKERS Grarvdview IrvdV i MONEY IN BANK i is the best backing a man can have I I 1lI Vtv I goIWE INVITE YOUtto an account with liopen us and v will extend to you every courtesy and convenience Money kept in I your I oust is never safe it be comes the easy prey of the mid o night marauder Bank it and check it out as needed I BANK OF CLOVER PO IT OLOVERPORT KV I ff Lwi V 5 n 1 eY +ti n x xn 4 i HeartWeakness The action of the heart depends f upon the heart nerves and muscles When from any causeJhey become weak or ex hausted and fail to furnish sufficient power the heart flut ters palpitates skips beats and in its effort to keep up its workcauses pain and distress such as smotheringspells short breath fainting pain around heart arm and shoul ders The circulation is im peded and the entire system suffers from lack of nourish mentDr Miles Heart Cure makes a heart strong and vigorous by strengthening these nerves and musclesI palpitation and pain around my heart and the doctors said It was Incurable I dont believe It now for after taking six bottles of Dr Milos Heart Cure three bottles of theNervlna and three boxes of the Nerve and Liver Pills I am entirely cured and feel better than I have for live years and it Is all due to theM remedies I want you to know that your medicines cured me It relieved me from the first dose and I kept right on till the pain In my chest was gone and I kept on feeling better even after I quit bIting 11 JOHN H SIIRItMAN Belding Mloh Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guaranteefalls the first bottle will he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind He Left a Note New York May 3Search is being trade In Sheepshead Bay for the body of Frederick O Hanlon formerly secretary of the Coney Island Jockey club who disappeared Saturday He left a note saying he would not bei soon again alive and it is believed that he committed suicide Election Instead of Appointment Springfield Ill May aTbe Till nois senate by a vote of 27 to 15 pasted a bill providing for the election of the members of the railroad and warehouse commission instead of by appointment O4STc 1 EASean thethe Kind Yw Have Always BoogM sgitnre 41 + c PIKE Mgr i THEIR PAY INCREASED Rural Mall Carriers Get a Raise In Salaries Washington April 30PostmasteG- eneral Meyer has approved the detail ed adjustment of salaries of rural tree delivery carriers as submitted by As sistant Postmaster General Degraw The new schedule which will become effective July 1 next will make a graded Increase In tho compensation of carriers of from 9 to 25 per cent based upon the number of miles trav ersed The readjustment adopted with the Increase of upwards of 6 000000 made In the appropriation by congress will Involve an aggregate expenditure for rural service during the next fiscal year of nearly 35000 000 The schedule follows Routes of 24 or more miles 900 per annum 22 to 24 miles 864 20 to 22 miles 810 18 to 20 miles 720 16 to 18 miles 3630 14 to 16 miles 540 12 to 14 miles 504 10 to 12 miles 468 S to 10 miles 432 6 to 8 miles 396 Claims Self Defense Anderson id April 30James An derson twentytwo years old son of John Anderson farmer near Leisure twelve miles north of Elwood has been committed to jail in this city accused of the murder of Jacob Diehl glnssworker of Alexandria at Elwood Saturday night Anderson assorts that the shooting was in self defenso Another Postponement San Francisco April 30 Beforethe resumption of tho Reuf trial In Judge Dunnes court Monday the case of perjury against Chief of Police Dinan and the conspiracy against Dinan and Reuf were set over for three weeks on motion of the defense The work of se curing a jury to hear Reuf is pro ceeding slowly Wonderful Eczema Cure Our little boy had eczema for five years writes N A Adams Henrietta PRoTwo 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 50c The village of Elm lu the Canton Glnrus Switzerland Is so surrounded by tall mountains that it gets no sun at nil In winter msamaseaouaaoaaawso a se LOW RATESFR- OM LOUISVILLE VIA Southern RailwayII In effect daily after March 1 to April 30 and September 1 to October 31 inclusive 3400 Helena and Buttety1 t 3550 Spokane 3800 Portland Tacoma and Seattle 3800 San Francisco Los Angeles and if I other Corresponding CALIFORNIA pointsII West and Northwest Chealonc way colonist tickets and round trip homeseekers be sold on March 5th a nd 19th and April 2d nd Hith to Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and other points in the Southwest and Southeast For maps folders and complete information call on your ocalug ent or KyCKy J C BEAM JR Asst Gen Pass Agent St Louis Mo THEI Louisville Ky CAMPBELL t Yr1E Y iC lE- The r I most centrally located ard only firstclass hotel In the cltriimiklnc a 200 rate Only one block from the principal shopplngdlstrlct and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the city- Everything neat and lclean I r I N WHY WE LAUGH i A Little Nonsense Jow anti Then Is Relished by the Wisest Men Judges Quarterly 100 a year Judges Library 100 a year yearOn 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 forthe same period of lime Address Judge Company j 225 Fourth Avenue New York Y 1 = 1A ar Princeling In Common Quarters London May 3Prlnco Edward of Wales eldest son of the Prince of Wales has Jolnqd the royal naval college at Osborne Isle of Wight as a therdormitory and will bo restricted to the twentyfive cents weekly pocket money allowed by the regulations Prince Edward was born June 23 1894 Dont 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 The Attendance Was Slim Wheeling W Va May 3The six teenth annual meeting of the General Society of the Daughters of the Revo lution convened in the auditorium of the Elks hall with about half the ac credited delegates In their seats Mrs D Phoenix Ingraham of New York president general Is presiding When your food has not been proper 1ly digested the entire system is impair ed in the same proportion Your stomach needs needs help Kodol For indigestion and Dyspepsia not only digests what you oat it tones tho stom ach and adds strength to the whole body Makes rich pure blood Kodol conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by All Druggists MEXICO MEANS BUSINESS Guatemala Must Give Up Lima or Face Consequences City of Mexico April 30No an swer has yet been received from the Guatemalan government regarding the request made by Mexico for the provisional arrest of General Lima ac cused of being the Instigator of the assassination of General Barrlllas Hints of Force Washington April 30 Ambassador Creel today said that unless Guatema la honors Mexicos request for the ex tradition of General Joso Lima diplomatic relations between the two coun tries will be suspended He expressed the hope that the trouble may be sat isfactorily adjusted without resorting to force Piles get quick 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 dis appear like magic by its use Large nickelcapped glass jars 50 cents Sold by Severs Drug Co- Mexicans Indignant Mexico City April 29The most extreme Indignation and wild excitement have been caused here by the report that the American and Mexican legations in Guatemala City have been stoned by a mob of several hundred men Instigated to the act by agents of President Manuel Estrada Cabrera of Guatemala There Is evident a strong Inclination to give credence to the report and no official denial has been made though the federal author ities refuse to confirm It AIThatBecause your system is exhausted and your powers of resistance Weakened Take Scotts Emulsion t v It builds up and strengthens your entire system It contains Cod Liver Oiland Hypophosphites so prepared that it is easy to take and easy to digest ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 Jt 00000000000000000000000 + A Georgia jttpys VieWs Macon Ga AprlraOL D Strong manager of a large mercantile store in this city walked fate the printing office of Henry D Smith yesterday and fired five bullets into Smiths body While the tragedy was being enacted the grand jury found an indictment against the man slain for seduction of Miss Lillian Strong sister of the slayer A coroners jury rendered a verdict of justifiable homicide under the unwritten llaw When your back aches it is almost in variably an indication that something is wrong with your kidneys Weak diseased kidneys 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 and all urinary troubles Sold by All Drug gists Subscribe for the News Sir Chentung LeavrnllCWashington May 2Slr Choatuae Liang Cheng the Chinese minister has said goodby to the president The minister has been promoted to an Im portant position in his country aid ill will shortly return to China A Narrow Escape- G 1 W Cloyd a merchant of Plunk i- Mo I had a narrow escape four years ago when he run jimpson bur iinto his I thumb He says The doctor wanted tt- to amputate it but I would not consent 1 I bought a box of Bucklens Arnica SalVe and that cured the dangerous wound 25c at Severs Drug Co April27John Green colored brought here from Greensburg I for safe keeping under police exami nation confessed to having criminally d 1earst 1 BWK C eJM l JWti 1trJ I II- jI ROSEJ r d j 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 hard to equal After a careful study of our county and its needs we present to you in our opinion the best combined saddle and harness stallion that this country affords We have watched with great interest the development of Mont Roses colts for the past four years and they have to our satisfaction proven wonders They are show horses business horses tVand farm horses so you will make no mistake to breed your mares to this horser t MONT Rose was sired by Darling Denmark he Cross First Cromwell Second dam by old Cabells Lexingtony J fJJ J MONT ROSE will make this season at the farm of R G Robertson Glendeane Ky fOftJ 15 to insure a living colt All possible care will be taken to prevent accidents orIhescapes but not responsible should any occur At the Breckenridge Fair at Hardinsburg 1908 we will give a premium of 25 to the best thefirst k C Vic Robertson and Cl BeardIn- y Owners j iO IfJUG 1Otr i tA 110 no 0 I t4 l x- ar Nasa- lf f CATARRBElys lc1eansueootheeandhealalthe diseased membrane It cnrci ciUnh and dtlre t aw y a cold In the head j gnkklytk Balm Iis placed into the noetrlle spread over the membrane and Ili absorbed Relief li Im drylnedoeislfjellta or by mall Trial SIze 10 cents 1KLT BROTHKRS M Warren Stieet New York tfiS BANDY CO Successors to C F Jean Co IRVINGTON K- YCASH I Fo- rjProduce Butter Eggs Poultrr t Specialty r Track prices on branch and main lineof L H St L Ry t ReS BANDY CO J BtBifgs Manager t COLUMBUS HOTEL I IJUNEJELDEK Prop 115 to 119 Frederics Street v Owensboro Ky Open day and night Rates 1100 per day Notice Coal Call O- nWILLISICLARK For the Best Coal in the State StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes I All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar t anteed Moderate prices Ex J pert tailois employed- J H HUNSCH 1 Casper May k Co Cannelton Ind Sent on Approval + Send rio Money WE WILL tRUST YOU 10 DAYSZOO HAIR SWITCH iu Iu u r 5enij lock df Vobr hilr andwc AL wlltmaoa22fnshortslemfinehuman satisfactory remit 200 In ten days Extra shades a little more Inclose 5 cents postage hyr3584thAvc Put Your Money tt- rQ whero It will grow under growtoursuff way Write for our free rbtoklet N which tells all about to Bank by Mall and conveniently part of the State 1safely 5 per cent Interest l you Our capital io= FASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a necessity in the hygienic care of the person and for local treatment of feminine ills As a wash its cleansing germicidal deodorizing and healing qualities are extraordinary For sale l at Druggists Sample free Address The R Paxton Co Boston Mass H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- UARDlN58URO KY I r Will practice life profession In all of the Courts of and adjoIning coon ttee Special attention given to colleetlnl road cases and criminal practice License U practice d States District Courts Office over Bank or Ilardlnsbura A Question of Constitutionality Washington May 2The constlttf- tlonallty cf the act of congress of Juno t r 1898 prohibiting railroads engaged- In interstate commerce from discrim mating against members of labor or ganizations In tho matter of employ ment is called Into question by the case of Wm Adair VB the United States which has been docketed in tho supreme court of the United States l The case comes to the supreme court 6n a writ of error from the United States district court for the eastern istrict of Kentucky 4 e cwroaxf Th8 Kind l Ith It U1ufl JJ It Partners of the Tide By JOSEPH C LINCOLN Aulher s Capn EriN Copyright IKS by X B Barnes Co t 1 + + + f +++ t+ 1ttJ CnpTaTo TIt Stopped struggling The dynamite In the hold He had for gotten It entirely That was why uc boats had put out to the burning ves sel That was what they were running away from Talnt sato to stay here I shouted some one from the outskirts of the ran lily growing crowd Well be blowed to slivers when she goes off Git back to the hl1ll- Bluey Bacheldor yelled the captain youre a coward and always was But aint there no men In this gang Bearsel Sparrow Ellis I Are you goln to stand by and see me and Brad ruined Wholl come with mo and pitch the stuff overboard Well save her yet Come onl They were wavering some of them Bearse was a brave man so was Ellis The two looked at each other uComo on boys shouted tho cap tale getting one arm free and waving It Then as a new thought struck him Whats the matter with you Dyna mite dont blow up In a fire It burns like cord wood Come on you fools They might have followed him then but Captain Edward Taylor came up A man of experience alongshore and pne of the towns Selectmen his words Carried weight Dont let him stir he commanded Dynamite boxed In ashes got It In that hold Is sure to ex plode and he knows It The least shock 11 do It If the fire doesnt Come back to the hill Ez youll have to go with us- That settled It Fighting pleading swearing Captain Tltcomb was car ried by main force along the road to ward the hill by the bridge Long tongues of flame were spouting from the Diving Belles main hatch Up In the village the schoolhouse bell was ringingDont let anybody go near the wharf ordered Captain Taylor Warn em as fast as Whats that There was a scuttle on tho road be low two or three shouts the sound of running feet Ira Sparrow rushed up the hill His voice trembled Hes got through I We didnt see him In time I ho panted Who asked several voices Brad Nickerson Im afraid hes goln off to the schooner Captain Tltcomb gave a spring that almost cleared him The tears came Into his eyes For the Lords sake he begged are you goln to let that boy kilt himself Then bending forward he shouted grad Brad Dont go nigh her for your life The dynamites aboard The crowd was still Every one lis tened There was no reply but they heard the rattle of oars In a dorys rowlocks When Bradley came out of the kitch en after the burglar had made his confession he shook hands with Cap tain Erl bade the latter a laughing good night and went up to his cham ber It was a long time before he fell asleep lIe heard a steady hum of conversation from the old maids room and knew the sisters were going over the astonishing events of the evening Onco Mss Tempy came to his door to ask In a whisper If he knew just how old Captain Tltcomb was Oh about fortyeight or fifty be answered smll lug to himself lie had fallen Into a dose and was dreaming a confused medley In which the sisters and he were chasing Sam Hammond from one room to another while Gus locked the doors In front of them when Claras scream of FireI rang through the house He sat up in bed not sure whether the cry was real or a part of the dream But the next moment he heard foot steps on the stairs FireI screamed Clara rushing through the hall Ob Brad get up quick Tho Diving Belles all on fire I Ho was cool surprisingly cool as it seemed to him when he thought of it afterward His first move was to run to the window open It and lean out At first he saw nothing but tho black night the stars and the lights on the horizon Ho noticed too how salty sweet tho wind smelled as it blow from the flats at the foot of the hill Then he saw tho putt of flame on the schooner in the harbor Barefooted bareheaded dressed onjy In his trousers and shirt but struggling Into his jacket as ho ran he sprang down the stairs The sisters caught at his arm and cried something or other but ho did not heed them Olara called after him that Captain Tltcomb had gone to the schooner He stopped for an Instant to ask her to roilso some of the neighbors and send them to tho wharf As he came out into the yard le noticed vaguely that there was a light in one of the rooms of the Baker cottageHe the same route that his part nor bad taken but made better time It was evident thattho fire had been seen by others for as he crossed the bridge tho schoolhouse bell began to ring It came to him like a flash but too late that ho might have saved half tho distance by taking ono of the skips in tho inlet and rowing straight out past the point There was a shouting crowd on tho bill above the bridge but he could see n hgatu about till Diving Belle and I wondered wBy Pnrf TiIe croitthon- the hill came running to meet him Whos that shouted some one Ira Sparrow he thought Bradley did not answer Who Is IU cried Ira again Stop The junior partner did not stop Squealer Wlxon got In his way and caught at his jacket Bradley tripped him up jumped the rail fence by the roadside and ran across the Holds He heard Squealer shouting his name The wharf was empty Not a man was there He reached the strlngplecc caught at the painter of one of tho dories alongside and pulling the boat to ward him jumped In Luckily the oars were lying on the thwarts He picked them up and with his knife cut the painter And then he heard the captains voice calling to him from the hill Brad Brad Dont go nigh her tor your life 1 The dynamites abonrdl Like his partner Bradley had for gotten the dynamite Mechanically he put the oars in the rowlocks and sat motionless The captain had stopped shouting It was very still He heard the bell ringing In the distance and the gurgle of the tide among the piles under the wharf A whiff of smoke from the Diving Belle blew across his face and he tbrned and looked at the schoonerHe reading In the Bos ton Herald a month or so before of a wrecking vessel that had caught on fire off Long Island somewhere She too had dynamite on board and her skipper and the mate had saved her by throwing the explosive overboard But they were on deck when the Ore start ed He looked at his own vessel the schooner that he and the captain had longed for and worked for and petted like a baby Then he set his teeth and began rowing The crackle of burning timber was plain as he scrambled over the Diving Belles raltThe flames were pouring up from under the covering of the main hatch and the smoke was roll ing thick from the cabin companion He would have given anything for an ax but the only one on board was by the wood box In the galley below He caught up the boat hook that was in Its rack by the bulwark and ran to the hatchHe put the point of the hook under the heavy cover and began prying the latter loose Mt gave a little slipped back and then pulled over the cleats With the hook he got a firm grip upon Its edge and turned It over with a clatter The smoke belched up In a cloud but as It cleared he fell upon his knees and peered below The fire was almost amidships among some loose planks and an emp ty tar barrel These were burning fiercely and the beams of the deck were blazing above them But the dynamite chest was farther forward beyond the bulkhead which was only beginning to burn and he could see there was just a chance of reaching It If he was quick With the dyna mite once out of the way help from the shore might save the schooner lie drew a long breath and put his hands on the edges of the hatch Then he heard a faint voice calling for help He thought for a moment that he must be going crazy but the voice called again Help I It walled Somebody help- Bradley I jumped to his feet and ran aft The door at the head of tho cabin stairs had been left open when the partners went home the previous night but Bradley had pulled the sliding hatch shut Now the hatch was pushed back as far as It would go and the door was shut tight Who is It shouted Bradley stoop- Ing to the opening between the top of tbe door and the hatch The dense smoke In his face made him cough Help the voice came up through the smoke Its me Hammond The Junior partner started back Hammond be repeated Ham mond 1 And then in a changed voice What are you doing aboard here I came after my things I forgot about the spring lock Quick Oh quick Came after your things I You lie You came to set this fire There was no reply for a moment only a gasping choking sound In the smoke Then the voice began again Let me out it screamed Im dying Brad Nlckerson you want to murder me Durn you let me out Oh please Brad For Gods sake pleaseBradley I stood upright and looked about him His beloved schooner or C tII Welt have to swim Jump quick the sneaking enemy who had set her on fire and who was responsible for all his troubleswhich To force that cabin door meant that the flames in the hold would have time to burn thrauElLthji bulkIieaiJindthCD Ho I lff I heaved aJni8Tii1 un3 Wint sigh ho said goodby to the Diving Belle lIe turned and rushed to the main hatch The prisoner In the cabin heard him go and screamed choking curses after him But Bradley had gone only to get the boat hook lIe came back with It and began the attack upon the door That door was built of tough wood almost new and the captains lock was new also The boat hook only tore oil splinters and chips Finally the hook broke Just where the Iron Joined the handleSam had ceased to yell and beg his rescuer to hurry Ills cries changed to coughs and strangling moans Then he was silent altogether Bradley des pernte threw down the broken boat hook and ran about the deck hunting by the light of the tire for something heavy something that would break that lock He picked up the stout seam reenforced with Iron that they slung over the vessels fore quarter when they hoisted heavy chains on boardIt so clumsy that be could scarce ly carry It but he stepped back by the wheel to get a start and running for ward threw it against the door The double oak panels cracked lengthwise Three times he hurled the battering ram with his own weight behind it At the fourth attempt the door burst Inward and he fell on his face Sam he shouted Sam come onl But Hammond did not answer Shut ting his eyes and holding his breath Bradley descended the cabin stairs flammond was lying unconscious at their foot The junior partner drag ged him to the deck and away from the smoke Then he shook and pound ed him savagely After a bit the fel low opened his eyes and gasped Then Bradley left him and ran to the main hatch One glance showed him that the schooner was doomed and that the dynamite might explode at any moment The thin bulkhead was a wall of flame and was shaking like a sheet of paper In the fierce draft Black smoke powdered with sparks was vomiting from the focastlc ThebDiving Belle was on fire from stem to sternHammond yelled wildly from the aft er rail The dorys gone he shout ed My dorys goneI Wheres yours j Bradley had not stopped to fasten jits the dory when he boarded the schooner and the boat had drifted away Hammond halt drunk when he left the wharf had bungled the knot with 1 l which his dory was fastened and that too was gone j Well have to swim I cried Bradley Jump quick I Shes going to blow apt Sam sobbed In sheer terror I cant make It he screamed Im too weak Ill drown Youve got to make It Jump Ill keep close behind you Hammond caught at a shroud step ped upon the bulwark and stood there i turning a white face first toward the shore and then back at his companion There was a muffled rumble from the hold The bulkhead had fallen Jump shouted Bradley Jump Sam threw up his arms and leaped from the stern Bradley cast one If glance over the poor Diving Belle ran to the rail by the foremast and dived Into the water t At that moment before his head np j pea red above the surface there came a dull roar from the schooners hold She rocked like a rowboat among breakers A flame burst from her hatches and focastle and streamed to I the top of her foremast every rope of which caught fire Her entire bow was n great torch that dipped now this way now that- Hammond swimming for his life yelled with fright Bradley caught In the waves made by the rocking of the ed Diving Belle was for a moment un 1 able to make any headway Vaguely he wondered why ho had not been killed And then the foremast swung above his head and the noisy hoisting No block In Jhe forerlgglng snapped from Its burning tackle shot out Into the air and fell striking him on the fore bend Ho remembered almost nothing of what happened after thatnothing ex cept fighting to keep afloat and the In tense cold of the water Captain Tltcomb on the hill had fought and struggled and pleaded to to be allowed to go to his partners aid But Contain Taylor said Better one be than two and most of the others agreed with him Squealer Wlxon was going through the crowd telling all who would listen that if he had not had some fellows at his house sot tin up playing cards tho firo would not have been discovered As tho blazo grew brighter and Bradley could be seen running about the schooners deck Alvin Bearse volunteered to go with his skipper and attempt a rescue but they would not let him try In whispers people were asking ono an other how long It would last When Hammond appeared on deck there was a great commotion No one knew who It was But when ho stood upon the rail with tho fire behind him a dozen shouted his name Captain Tltcomb shouted It and swore A mo ment later came tho explosion Fifty men started for tho wharf then but the captain was far In the lead He leaped Into a dory and pushed off The harbor was almost as light as day In the center of tho light the two figures in the water were splashing sit houettesAnd suddenly the captain rowing frantically was aware that another boat was nearer the schooner than his own A small skiff rowed by a bareheaded girl had come from behind the point and was speeding with long sure strokes toward tho swimmers Hammond saw It Help he shout qd waving Qne arm HelpI Im l + PERIODS PAIN entirely and right serious have ADELAIDE NICHOLS cures the condition which so much discomfort and robs that period terrors troubled with painful or Irregular functions should take action ward off the serious consequences and be restored to and strength by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Miss Adelaide of 324 West 22nd Street York City writes JJear Mrs PinkhamIf women suffer would rely upon Lydia E Pinkhams their would be quickly alleviated I feel greatly indebted for the relief and which has me inestimable remedy Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound cures Female Complaints sucll as Falling and Displacements and Organic Diseases Headache General Debility Indigestion and Invigorates the whole feminine system For the derangements the of either sex Lydia Plnkbatns Vegetable Compound ia excellent Mrs Pinkhams Standing Invitation Women Women suffering from any female weakness are Invited MrsPinkham Lynn the symptoms given the trouble be located and the quickest and surest way recovery advised drownTngT Snreme The was almost upon him He reached out to its side But the rower though she turned and looked directly into his face did not stop She kept straight on past him And Captain Tltcomb as he seized Sam Hammond by the coat collar saw Gus Baker lean from her skiff and drag to Its low gunwale the form Bradley Nickerson with a hiss and wrapped In a treat white robe of steam the Diving Hello dived to the bottom of the har or Continued next week For a cold or a cough take Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup It is BETTER than any other cough remedy because 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 and Tar pleasant to take Children like it Conforms to the National Pure Food and Druglaw Sold by All Druggists CONFESSED WRECKING CHURCH Stephen Savage Saloonlsts Dynamite Outrage Wllkesbarrc Pa 3In the criminal Stephen Savage on the witness stand that he was one of the men who wrecked the Welsh Congregational church at Ed wardsvllle near here two years ago According to Savages confession he and Joseph Chunowsky were told that they destroyed the church they would receive J125 which money it was alleged was to be by certain saloonkeepers who had been refused liquor licenses t My Best Friend Alexander Benton who on Rural Route 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 a wonderful cure of incipient consumption for my sons wife The first end the terrible cough and this accomp lished the other symptoms left one by one until she was perfectly well Kings New Discoverys power over coughs and colds is simply marvelous other remedy has ever equaled it Fully guaranteed by Severs Drug Co 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Will Take Mission In the Orient Norfolk Va May 3At tho ses sloe tho Sunday school of the Methodist Episcopal church It was decided to send Rev Dr H M Hamill and wife Nashville Tonn Japan and Chinn for six months beginning In September work to under the auspices of tho board of missions and the Sunday school board t OF While no woman is free from periodic suffering it does not seem to be the plan of nature that p women should suffer so severely Irregularities pain are positive evidence that something is wrong which should ho set or It will lead to derangement of the if feminine organism Thousands of women found relief from all periodic suf fering by taking Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound which is made from native roots and herbs as it is the most thorough female regulator known to medical science MISS It causes of Its Women who are immediate to health taking Nichols New who only Vegetable Compound troubles health been to by your of Kidneys E to form of to write at MassFrom may of skiff grasp helpless of Then membrane Contains Honey Connects With May court confessed paid lives bottle Dr of general of their YO 1NCOURAQE RAILWAYS i Leulsvllle Board of Trade OJlllrq Too Much Regulation 1 Louisville Ky May aThe directors of the board of trade discussed the report of a special committee to pte vent legislation hostile to the rail roads of the state The committee reported that it was opposed to such legI- slation and that new railroads be exempted from taxation for ten years and that the people of the state do all In their power to foster the railroada of the state This the report said was the proper way to cheapen the cost of transportation In Kentucky They intimated that In their opinion the cheapness In tho operation of rail roads would result In a corresponding decrease in freight and passenger rates The report will be discussed at an open meeting May 10 Let me send you free for Catarrh just to prove merit a Trial size Box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy It is a snow white creamy healing antiseptic balm Containing such healing ingredients as Oil Eucaliptus 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 can and will accomp fish Address Dr Shoop Racine Wis Large jars 50 cents Sold by Severs Drug Co HERES A NEW ONE Financial Insanity the Successful Plea of a Chronic Spendthrift Boston May 3Flnanclal insan ity was the novel plea that brought freedom to Hary E Lane formerly of Wakefleld who has boon on trial In the United States circuit court for two days on a charge of criminally con coaling assets from a trustee In bank ruptcyExports testified that Lane was at flicted with a mania for spending money and that ho had no Idea where It went After a brief deliberation the Jury returned a verdict of not guilty A motion to commit Lane to an asylum was denied by Judge Dodge on the ground that the defendant was not le gaily Insane Cascasweet for babies is the best remedy for colic summer complaint diarrhoea and sour stomach It is es C pecially good in cases of teething when irritation affects the stomach and intes tines Cascasweet is a pleasant safe i remedy containing neither opiates nor narcotics all the ingredients are printed plainly on the wrapper Endorse by mothers because it acts so quickly Sold by All Druggists u RHEUMATISM i CURED F The Circulation Stimulated I and the Muscles and Joints lubricated by using I Sloa sLirviiiveivtF Price 25c 50c6IOOr I 1 Sold byall Dealers loans Treatise On the HorseSent Free Address DrEarl SSdanBostonMass f i L v WALLACE BABBAGE I Wins Honors at Kentucky State I CollegeII Arthur Wallace Babbage a junior classical student matriculated from Clo verpbrt Kentucky was awarded the second Bennett prize at Kentucky State College Thursday morning The prize is twenty dollars in gold and isi awarded annually to the student submitting the best essay on The Es sential Conditions of a Free Govern ment or The Growth and Develop ment or Constitutional Governments- Mr II Babbage submitted an essay on the latter subject At chapel exorcises Thursday Presi dent J K Patterson made known the winner of the prize and presented the prize to Mr Babbage in person speak ing in high terms of the essay submitt ed Mr Babbage was the only student to contest for the for the prize He is a member of the howeverIII and theary society won medal last fall The prize of 20 is the income from a 10000 fund left In the hands of Hon William J Bryan by the late Congress man A C Bennett of Connecticut The sum was to be devided equally between twentyfive colleges west of the Alleghanies and Kentucky State College was selected as one of the num ber The purpose of the prize is to stimulate interest in the republican forms of government and familiarize the young with the principles upon which they are basedLexington KenI ucky Gazette Death Ends Beautiful Life Mrs Katharyn Cox Gheens wife o Charles Ghccns only daughter of Mr and Mrs Attitla Cox died May 2 at the residence of her father at 1528 Third avenueMrs Gheens was born at Qwenton Ky August 30 1881 and moved to Louisville with her parents in 1885 She was married to Mr Charles Edwin Gheens in 1903 since which time she has resided with her parents Beside her parents and husband she is survived by two brothers Leonard M Cox a civil engineer in the United States navy and Mr Attilla Cox Jr of Louisville Mrs Gheens was a devoted j member of Christ Church Cathe drel Louisville Post t I Heavy Civil Docket in Judge Wills Court 1 Judge Wills had a pretty lively day in his court last Monday Attorneys J Brown and Murray of Hardinsburgand to Parsons of PellviUe V G Babbage of this city were all present and en gaged in the contest of civil caases In the suit of Taul Chancellor vs Arbra the garnishee was sustained and judgtI mont for the plaintiff Breckinridge Bank vs Bishoff defendant pleaded ox emptions and case submitted R L Newsom vs Miss Drew Gregory judg his ment was entered for defendant F Fraize vs Richard Burdett on account defendant pleaded the statute or limita tion in bar of the debt and the cause was e submitted on that issue Remodeling His Store House Robert Weatherford is going to re model his business house at Harned He will practically rebuild turning hisSl old house into a modern up todate store room It will be 30x70 glass front well lighted with ample capacity to take care of his increasing business Jamestown Exposition RatestJ Norfolk Va April 26 1907 to Nov 30 1907 Season tickets 2860 60 days tickets 2725 30 days tickets 2250 10 days tickets 1550 From Clover port to Norfolk Va and return 15 day ticket for 2250IO O 0jj Special Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 Us and 118 and all trains Sundays Round- trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates fto local points good to return Sunday- o o a L H St L Rates One way Colonist Rates to California and the Northwest and Old Mexico March 1 to April 30 Sept 1 to Oct 31 1907 000 State Reunion G A R Louisville May 15 and 10 300 round trip from Cloverport May 13 and 14th and on No 116 May 15 Good return May 18 000S- pring races Louisville May C June 8 Is round trip from Cloverport May 111825 June i Good to return three days from date of sale i D1r10PID BRAND Sl0 t FOR THE WELL DRESSED MAN 1 The materials arc selected with the wutmost care by experts and only stock ty that conforms to an exacting require ment is used Shanes and styles are according to fa3hion a latest decree and workmaIUlhiland f ward up to the Diamond Brand a which l means the best The moat fastidious t willalways have the oatisfaction o Heel r inJwcllshodwhenthcywcarDiamondBrand d a Branditsfor your protection in TRY ANOTt1ER OEAIER IFYOURS t1ASNTT11EM MAKERSth4444 WE MAtE MORE FINE 5nOS T11AH AllY OTHER hOUiE 7 lI3 In THE and WESTPi Lumber Binders Mowers w I Buggies it We have a car load of handsome Buggies III that we are going to dispose of at fac tory prices Buggies 10 to 25 Car load of Pine Flooring and Ceiling and one inch boards f QLENDEANE Mrs T L Curtis has been visiting at Kings wood this week KM Powell and wife are going to Orayson attend the Conference this week W J Glasscock was visiting his son Ed of Glasscock Saturday and Sunday Mrs David R Murray has been visiting her mother Mrs D 0 Moorman this week Mrs Polly Ashby Is on the slok list Moorman and Howard struck down some of- heir tobacco this season Several hogs In this vicinity lire dying from a peculiar disease which has not as yet been diagnosed Tames A Doan or Qwonsboro Is visiting brother C W Dean this week The railroad men are In Olondonno this weekWe can hear lots of complaint from the farmers about their tobacco plants being scarce Still some of then say they have plants with leaves on thorn as largo as a dollar a CUSTER Miss Ida Marr who was teaching the Spring hero until the past week closed her school on last Monday The measles has kept the attendance so low that she thought It better to quit She will teach the Norton Valley school this fall as she did last fall Mr A B Suter visited friends In Irvlngton SundayLittle Eliza Taylor after a dally search for measles for the past three weeks has at last found It and now rejoices that It will never never have to make her sick again GabeBruccr was home from Bowling Green college a few days last week Ho returned MondayMiss Marr loaves for Hardlnsburg Tuesday to visit friends- JohnMeador Big Spring was hero Wed nesday ahd bought a good big bunch of hogs from Butler Butler Mrs H B Head Rosetta was In town Thursday spending the day with friends and shoppingA our banker Is trying to buy a buggy horse but has not yet found one that fulfils all the requirements Coval Bonnet Is confined to the house withI the measles a All are convalescing that were sick in the family of J II Board Dr J M Meador has had a good deal ot work to do In the past six weeks Miss Pearl Rhodes Is canvassing the neigh borhoodfor a now church organ Worlds Sunday School Day The Sunday School Workers throughout the world Christian Greeting The Executive Committee of the Worlds Fifth Sunday School Conven tion American Section invites Sunday School workers in all lands to unite in observing Sunday May 19 1907 as Worlds Sunday School Day by engag ing in private and public prayer as oc casion may offer for Sunday Schools throughout the world and especially J for the Worlds Fifth Sunday School Convention which will then be in ses sion in the city of Rome Ministers are asked to preach a special sermon placing fresh emphasis upon the Sunday School as a most promising field for Evangelization and character buildingA compliance with this sug gestion will make this the greatest day the history of the Sunday School Not all may go to Rome but each one may have a share in promoting the cause which the Convention represents By direction of the Committee Geu W Bailey Chairman Wm N Hartshorn Secy Philadelphia March 1 1907 The above call is an exceedingly important one and the State Executive generallydayhasbeenPhiladelphiaforhundredE Fox Genl Secy Sunday School Convention- The Sunday school conventions of the Stephens port and Hardinsburg magisterial districts will be held on the 18th 25 respectively of this month The- rograms will be published in the next I issue of the News MATTINQLY One of the most enjoyable gatherings that has taken place In this vicinity for a long time was given by Mr and Mrs W N Pto at their hostltablo home on Mays In celebration Mr Pates fiftyfourth birthday There were over fifty guests present and they were served with the good things that go to replenish the Inner man Ills friends and they are many congratulate him on his prosperity and wish him many happy returns of his anniversaryMr of Toblnsporc Ind formerly one of the county commissioners of Perry county Is visiting hero Magistrate hates was here Saturday on official business- Born to the wife of Fred Matthews April no a fine girl their first- Born April 26 to the wife of Sherman hair a girl Born April 29 to the wife of Wlnileld Pate boy Corn planting and house cleaning are all the go at present B F Frank has completed a nlco cottage for Isaac Blair at Matttngly The hawks are getting a big share of the early spring chickens around hero DlI Wilson sold some fine hogs to Curtis Pate last week Mrs AU Hawkins and Mrs O N Brlckvy went to Cloverport shopping last Wednesday Miss Resale Duncan and brothers Owen and Ira entertained a number of their friends to a social Saturday April 27 Alvin Furrow our popular young school teacher wbolbas a spring school atMcQuady Is sick with measles Sam Lasley and wife visited Mrs Lasleys father at McQuady recently Miss Nclla Mattingly who has been visiting her sister Mrs Ben McQuady Evansville has returned home Dennle Taul of Tell City formerly of this vicinity has moved back to his old home on Beech Fork Mrs George Newman and children Harry and Lorlne of Plsgah will leave for Evansville soon to join her husband who has a po sition there Mr and Mrs J RLasley visited her grand parents Wm Smith and wife at Oloverport last week The stork has recently left another little boy at the home of H I Roberts postmaster at Mike Will not some of our former Kentucky friends who live In Kansas and Oklahoma send a letter to the News and toll us how they are prospering and also the general newsProf Tom Wroe of Cloverport will teach the school at Balltown this fal- lMcQUADY Little Mary Bates who recently fell and broke her arm Is gettingalong nicely x Dr Walker of Uardlnsburg was here doing dental work last week Alvin Furrow who has had the nfeasles Is convalescentCrews are erecting a new store house on Main street Dr Sandbach was called to Kirk last week to see a son of Tom Ryan who cut his foot with an ax The free delivery mall route will soon be In operation from here to Balltown returning via St Marys church Hob Franks has moved his saw mill to this place to cut headings for his hogsheads Mr Franks has a large coop shop here In which he usually builds from 1200 to 1500 hogsheads each Yea- rlIrsDud Moorman of Irvington Is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs W D Wilson out this week Mr and Mrs Joe Potts of Bethel were In town one day last week The school here has boon dismissed as quite a number of the scholars have the measles willhaveandJackdaylastSuccess to The News It has the greatest number of subscribers here of any paper coming to this office TOBINSPORTiiIn Clyde Sanders of Derby visited his parents hero lastweok Miss Varna Ryan was at Cannelton Monday and Tuesday for the Island Queen excursion Mr N B Sanders visited relatives last week Mrs G 0 Whitehead visited her mother at Masons landing last week C O Whitehead went to Louisville Sunday Frank Sanders took In the Island Queen excursion at Cannelton Monday night Miss Mabel England visited friends In Can neJ ton last week Floyd Whitehead left Friday for Louis vlllo where he has a position Mr and Mrs Fred Hawkins have tone tofhousekeeping ai Hawkins Rev L S Sanders filled regular appointment here Sunday at the Baptist church Rev Chas Ketchem hold services at tho M E church Sunday On all You cant lose any by to see us If we dont suit you well pay your fare lot of to J r HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS Congressman Meekison 1 Peruna r R Relief Catarrh t MEEKISON COMMENDS PERUNA have used several bottles of Peruna mad 1 feel greatly benefited from my catarrh of the head feel encouraged to believe that If I use It short time longer Twill be fully able to eradicate the disease ot thirty years standing David Meekison Io l OTHER CURES Mr L Davis Galena Stone county Mo writes havo been In bad health for years and after taking twelve bottles of your Peruna 1 am cured Mr A Kldd wellknown architect 6477 Jefferson Ave Chicago I 111 writes I have had catarrh over half of my life I tried nearly overt catarrh t remedy advertised beside great many physicians treatments all of which 1 failed I had heard and read of Peruna and decided to try It I have taken even bottles of It and weigh 172 pounds A SINCERE Mr D 0 Prosser R F D No 2 Shelby Oceana Co Mich Jwrltes Two years 1 ago was badly afflicted with catarrh of the stomach had had run of typhoid 1J fever was vory depleted could find nothing could oat without causing die tress and sour stomach Finally came to the conclusion that I had catarrh of the stomach and seeing Peruna advertised began to take it It helped me soon j and after taking three or four bottles was entirely cured ot stomach trouble +i and cannow cat anything y Mrs James Basham and daughters Misses Ida and Nellie of Maced returned homo Saturday utter few days visit with relatives- at this ulna Messrs Homer Tlndle and B II Basham who have been 111 with the measles are able to be again Minter Clark and daughter Miss Emma of Patesvllle attended the burial of his brother Emmett Clark Monday I Mrs Chas Campbell Is very ill at this writ IngMrs Sudlo Rearden and Flora Newbury were In Patcsvlllo Friday shopping- Mr Emmett Clark died at his homo last Sun 1 day night at nine oclock Besides his wife ho leaves three small children and host of friends to mourn hfs loss Mr Clark had been In 111 health for months He was burled the nickels grave yard Mrs Clara Campbell spent Sunday withI Mrs Beulah Mllburn of Patesvllle Mr and Mrs Alonzo Rearden of Weber spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents and Mrs L Newbury Mrs Walter Cummings Is on the sick list O Brodle was In Louisville last week on who has been hero for tow days loft for Louisville Thursday Goldsmith krymlre of Louisville Is here or a few weeks stay with friends and rein fives GB Cunningham wont to Irvlngton Saturday on business I Mrs F Jarboe and children returned from 1 1 I 1 I h 1 t i rt I a f Jacob I s E a 1 I a 1 I t I 1 a a J a J Hardlnsburg Tuesdayijj- D Parr who has been visiting his sister Mrs O B Friday for Ooncor dla to visit his brother i E B Green well who has been visiting i friends and relatives here and at returned last week to his business In St Louis1JIpneumonia i The musical party g Lyon Thursday evening by Misses Clara and Flora Fork was enjoyed by all who attended 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 used all patent medicines I heard or knew of No relief But suffered a continual sinking and falling off in flesh until I was treated with Demur Sure Safe and Speedy S S S Cure It made a big at once Cued me right up Irwin H Stewart 300 N Market St Canton 0 RHEUMATISM a WITHVDENNS CUIf SWASt DENNS SSSC CO COLUMBUS Off 1 I 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