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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mztixr r At I 1 I Iyr Tv 7 t H I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT r VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 15 1907 8 Pages M 1i VENIREMEN i DID NOT i ANSWER I And as a Consequence Attachment is Issued Circuit Court at Standstill The failure of twentytwo out of the thirtysix veniremen summoned to ap- pearc at Hardinsburg for the purpose of selecting a petit jury for service at this term of the circuit court has caused an interesting procedure to be taken by Circuit Judge Chelf An attachment has been issued for each of the offenders and the sheriff has been sent out in the county to serve the papers In the meantime the wheels of justice at the county seat are at a standstill Commonwealths Attorney Layman says that only once before during his of office in this district has a simi term of affairs existed i DIED SUDDENLY i 1 221rs Felix Butler Victim of Heart Disease r Mrs Felix Butler died at Burns thisi 1county Sunday of heart disease Sh had been ill only a few hours i Mrs Butler is survived by a husband l and five children Besides these thre brothers survive They are Dr F M Smith of Cloverport Willis Smith of Owensboro Enoch Smith of Irving- ton I t and Mrs Alice Tucker Buras + UK iCONFERENCE LEAGUE I tOf Churches Composing Louis vine Methodist Conference I Meet In Cloverport 1820 June On June 18 to 20 inclusive there wi- llIlibe I gathered together in annual session foi Cloverport the members of the Leagues of the Louisville Methodist r ConferenceThe meeting of the Leagues was 1 held at Princeton at which time an in vitation was extended the body by the delegates from Cloverport on behalf of the Epworth League of this city tc F meet here thIs year The leagues are composed chiefly of young people It is expected that between seventy- ve and one hundred delegates will be jihJ attendance and among theme m I of the most prominent workers i fheMethodist church The president f the Conference Leagues is Dr F E Lewis of Greenvillea f ji Dr H M DuBose of Nashville S general secretary and editor of the 4EpworthEra will be in attendance aTAR FORK + Miss Beulah Rice returned to Hard Ifinsburg weeks school after being at home two and Len Weatherholt have re fJesS from an attack of measles Ed and Oscar Hinton made a visit oft = afew days in Louisville to their sister aMiss Annie Hinton Prof Keown is thinking of starting a singing school at Cave Spring apIpointment at Cave Spring last r Saturday and Sunday His wife and daughter are expected to accompan- himf next fourth Mr T O Ryan who has been con fined to his bed for some weeks is able rt to be up and ride out a little i7r Scarcity of tobacco plants is all the talk with farmers now The beds are f infested with bugsY The measles is In the families of Will R Ball and Gabe Shrewsberry Thus far it is of a mild type in this vicinity Rev C L Goff is making quite an improvement in his home by painting nnd papering MCave Spring church will have a pew organ in a few days P BIG SPRINGJJ Mr and Mrs Jonas Lyons of Irving- ton visited Mr and Mrs Foss Lyons last week Mr Patterson of Vine Grove was the guest of Miss Goldie Hardin Tues dayMiss Ollie May Clarkaon is yisiting iin LouisvilleJ is in Louisville attend ing the races J L Morris is in Louisville this wee onbusinessMiss Strother is in Louisville visiting relatives Will McConnell of Marion is visit ing his father Rev McConnell Rev McConnell left Monday to see his son at Marion Ky who will leave shortly for New Mexico Raymond Moorman and mother MrsI Archilles Moorman were in Brandenburg 1of last weekcBorn to the wife of Lee Morgan o the 5th a son Mr Fred Edlen was in Brandenburg one day last week i Miss Dehony who has charge of H Myers millinery department was in Louisville Sunday and Monday Mrs Mary Woods of Texas who has been the guest of her brother John Richardson has returned homes GENERAL ROUNDUP- SOF IRVINGTON NEW Tax Levy Alade Visitors In and Out of Town and Other Items of Interest IRVINGTON Ky Born to the wife of Dr P E Demp boyeMrs Virginia Calhoun has returned to Owensboro after being the guest of dayseMiss Mary Collins left Thursday for Stephensport for an indefinite visit to Mr and Mrs Ed Adkisson Miss B Ada Drury returned to Louisville Sunday from a two days visit to her sisters Mrs R B Mc DruryIHilliard Biggs leaves for Louisvi 11 Wednesday after spending ten days here the guest of his parents Mrs T R Blythe and daughter Ruth spent Thursday in Louisville shoppingRev F Wilson Mrs Wilson Mrs A B Coleman Dr Parks and wife W J Piggott Miss Susie Pollock and 111 Elizabeth Bandy attended quarterly conference at Webster the 11th and 12 The Rev Edward Graves left Tues 1day for Columbus Ohio to attend a meeting of the Presbyterian Synod The Rev J W Thompson filled the regular appointment at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday His subject at the morning service was Christ on Calvary and an except tionally fine missionary sermon at the evening service was enjoyed by a large and attentive audience Mrs R T Dempster of Glendeane is here to see her new grandson Rob art Foster Dempster Mrs Hallie Moore who has been the Robenrt Mondtfor her home in Houston Tex The many friends of Mr R M Jolly were pleased to see him down in the business part of town last week Mr Alfred Haws of Owensboro was the company of his brother Charley Haws last week Mr Charley Chamberlain sister a brother from Ohio will arrive this week for a visit of some length Contractor Bramlett has just closed a contract with Mr James Younger of Cloverport for a very handsome residence on one of the principal resident streets of that city Mrs L B McGlothlan was here for a few days last week Mr and Mrs Arthur Williams have returned to their home at Owensboro ahnd sister Mrs Frank Allen of Owensboro JyO Mr and Mrs Ed McFee spent Sun day in Cloverport the guests of rela tivesAt a meeting of the board of trustees last Monday night the tax of SOc on theI 100 worth of property and 150 poll tax were levied and divided as follows Thirty per cent of the propertyv taxI and all the poll tax to be applied Ito repairing and making streets 20 pi j cent of the property tax to be applied to current expenses They also orderedJJ the street committee to complete the driveway begun through Main street r C FLOURII SOARING SKYWARD Wheat Reaches 103- k In Chicago Pit And Flour Advances- In Proportion Flour is soaring skyward as a result gambling among the bulls and bears the Chicago wheat pit Local mer nchants have received notices that flour has advanced fifty cents on the barrel and are raising the price of it accord ingly This notice was received in Clo verport yesterday Great excitement has been prevailing on the Board of Trade Chicago by the bulls forcing the price of winter wheat up to 5103 on Monday and then the wildest excitement is prevailing in the pit with no end in sight Reports from the southwest to the efiect that wheat has been greatly damaged by the drouth and bugs are re sponsible for the flurry on the Board of Trade CAMENEAR DROWNING Young Men Rescued From Watery GraveDont Want Rural Delivery CUSTER KY Luke B Reeves representing J M Robinson Norton Cos dry goods was in Custer Saturday W B Mosby representing Craddac Shoe Co St Louis Mo visited Alf Taylor from Saturday until Monday Clint Lucas Constantine visited iin the city Saturday J W Carman and wife Rosetta were in Custer shopping on Thursday Paul Compton assistant cashier of Bank of Hardinsburg was in Custer Tuesday to write out insurance policies for several parties Retus Lvon formerly with the firm o Haynes Lyon of Custer now of Spring Lick Ky was in Custer Mon day and Tuesday completing the settles ment of the old firms business Mr Lyon is well pleased with new surround- th ings and expects to run a Klondyke business Mr Lyon is genial andI knows how to make and hold friends Charlie Alexander and his cousin Ernest Meador narrowly escape 1 drowning Tuesday afternoon The n started out to Jim Bramletts after load of corn Mr Bramlett lives o Sinking Creek near Rosetta Neither of the boys was acquainted with the creek ford whose waters were out of its banks and on reaching it supposed it to be a shallow place rode in The deep water and swift tide soon washed1 the horses off their feet the bed off the wagon and upset things generally Boys and horses would soon have perished ii- ay if some men had not happened to be pear and heard the cries of distress from Ernest and Charlie Miss Babe Ann Smith of Big Spring vicinity is visiting the family of Dr Meador Mrs Mollie Alexander is having trouble with her eyes caused frond m measles Gus Albert Richardson Guston visit ed Custer Wednesday At this writing the infant child oft Clint Butler is very ill Henry B Head Rosetta spent th day Wednesday with Alf Taylor Kit Lyon and wife lost their four weeks old baby May 7 The little babe never knew a well day Allie Alexander was on the sick lis Monday and Tuesday Miss Melony Butler was very ill onI last Sunday but is now better Her health continues very poor Thp Tobacco season is nearly over Occasionally a farmer has a crop to reo port not yet sold but they are scarce The Bruner boys finished delivering the crop their deceased father had on hand at his death Wednesday Mrs Bruner has been very feeble ever since Mr Bruners deathINo one in our section of the county fis in favor of the rural route U S mail Our mail system is satisfactory just as it now is We are not satisfied with a mail system that holds our daily papers over a day as the rural route system does Come Mr Editor and visit your friends at Custer We have a fine pros pect for peas and potatoes at an early date and would like you to come and help eat them That Rosetta wedding has not come j off yet III t it with alum food by the use of Have a delicious pure muffin or biscuit ready when they come ToTfrc sure of the purity you must use I a in your home a in your a in your I To Be Held at Ilardin burg June 10 and II Dear Sunday School Workers of Breckenridge County The County Sunday School Coaven tioiHs to be held at Hnrdinaburg Juttt f10and 11 Mr Gebanir the State worker and Miss Nannie Lee Frayser are to assist With two able workers and the ones from our own county we hope to have a splendid convention The evening of June 10 is to be en tirely devoted to the children Miss Frayser will entertain them with Bible cooperation of worker in the County to make this a success T B Henderson Co Pres Mrs Hol Drane Co Sec Attorney Layman Instructs Grand Jury As To Its Duties Names of Jurymen Hardinsburg Ky 14Special The May term of the Breckenridge County Circuit Court convened here yesterday Judge Weed S Chelf and man arrived Sunday night Court con vened at ten oclock and the ordinary appearance docket was called who were instructed in their duties by Mr Layman The grand jury is com posed of the following named gentle men C L Fisher Orville Frank J H Glosscock Thomas Butler J T McGary L A Yates Emery Lampton Lewis Jarboe T H Moorman Lafe Cannon Milliard Frank and H C Mattingly Mr Fisher was appointed foreman Capt Rowland In Politics Hardinsburg May 14Special Capt J H Rowland of Cloverport announce as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Representative and will make it lively for the man who tries to defeat him He will make a formidable candidate Y i Jl They usually want from the pantry You remember the hunger you had HQme cooking counts formuch in the childs health do not imperil poorbaking powder homemade cake inv Royal makes difference difference health difference cooking ROYAL is absolutely Pure COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION these thenevery CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION May LayeThen juryt willr iWhen the hilrenborne home wiSchooL something ROYALBAKINGPOWDER Stereopd andn DISTRICT SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTIONS To Be Held at Custer Hardins burg and named Interest ing Programs The Sunday School Conventions for three of the Magisterial districts of this county are announced to be held this month The places of mooting to gether with the dates are as follows Stephensport Friday May 17 Custer Saturday May 18 Harned Saturday May 25 The programs prepared for these con ventions are especially interesting and a large attendance is urgently requested at each of the meetings The programs appear on tho third page of this issue Infant Dies Mary the sevenmonthsold daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Meserve of the Victoria neighborhood died yesterday morning of pneumonia The body will be buried today in the Blackwell bury ing ground in that neighborhood Boy Hurt In Runaway A team of mules belonging to Hugh Hardesty at Union Star became fright ened at that place Monday and ran away It collided with another team driven by a boy named Burke causing the latter team to run away also Young Burke was thrown from the wagon and badly hur- tTWO MORE ENTRIES PROBABLE Race For Democratic Nomination For Representative Assuming Interesting Aspect HardingburgKyMay 14Special Selby McCracken of Cloverport can didate for the Democratic nomination for Representative was in town Mon day on the lookout for votes His opponent is the present Representative Hon E H Shellman It is stated that both Foster B Lyon of Irvington and Frank Dean are considering enter Ing the race If they should decide to seek the nomination it would make an interesting fight and the winner would not easily be selected Sells Farm H Weatherford has sold his farm near Harned to Steve Basham Con ideration 1500 JUST WHISPER THE NEWS TO TEDDY Progeny of Breckenridge County Man Numbers Seventeen Mr J H Buham of Duke this county has never accepted political office for sake of country nor has he ever attempted to nail the American flag to the north pole but he can vie with the battlescarred veterans of two wars for patriotism and deserve a bass horn whoa the good old air1Iy Country Tis of Thee Sweet Land of Liberty It is playedMr ham is only fifty years ofage but he is the father of seventeen children I fourteen of whom are living OfI I the fourteen ten are boysenough to make up a base ball nine and one left over for umpire Mr Bashams father and mother are still living and are making their home with him He is a substantial citizen of tho county TIIIRTY fiVE EXAMINED FOR COUNTY DIPLOMAS Examinations for county diplomas were held in the county on last Satur day Eight took the examination at Glendeane conducted by Miss Mary Joe Mattingly nine at Hardinsburgll were examined county Superintendent Joel H Pile being the examiner At Cloverport eighteen were examined by Prof Edmund Wroe The total num ber of applicants in the county were thirtyfive Prof Wroe and Miss Mat tingly are the county examiners Miss Barrett EntertainedwMJS George Fetter gave a miscella neous shower Friday afternoon at her home In Louisville in honor of Miss Eliza Barret of H Owensboro who with her mother Mrs W G Barret his visiting Mrs Fetter Mrs W H Bowmer and Mrs J D Babbage of this place were guests at the shower Receives a Slight Stroke Mrs Mary DeHaven suffered slight stroke of paralysis on her right side Saturday morning Her son Dr Fred DeHaven of Louisville was to see her Sunday She is recovering rapidly from the effects of the stroke Address to Farmers Mr J Y Lott a noted orator will address the citizens of Breckenridge county at Custor May 18 at 730 p m on the subjectIIWhy Farmers Should or Should Not Organize I 4 ii r = Greatest Feast of the SHAPINSKY BROS A r SACRIFICEi SALEi We are going to make a change in our business and in order to clean out our as much as possible before we begin to we are beginning t now to place in our store at the disposal of the at neverbeforeheardof You can get only a faint of what this SALE really means to the buying until you visit our store and see for yourself The goods and prices will certainly astonish you ii iy y SALE BEGINS THURSDAY MAY I6 1907 NO FAKE NO NO HISREPRESENTATION of any kind in this sale It is like all other sales we have heldstraight as a strind clear through Bona fide reductions from regular prices that were honest and fair and that represent better values than any other store in this section of Kentucky Its our business necessity that gives you bargain opportunity and it pays us in the run to give you goods that will preserve your confidence in this store The best part of it is you are getting this seasons goods just when you are needing them at these unheardof t JUST RECEIVED A large of Mens Hats in all shapes and colors worth 125 to 300 CHOICE Oh LOT 98e Remember sale commences I THURSDAY 16 Commences Thursday 16 i i iL rryV Mens 500 now SuitsMe- ns 700 Suits now 5 Mens 1000 Suits now 700 Mens and Ladies Shoes Shoes worth 150 at 118 Sho 123att ho 47att One 25shoesOne lot ladies fine patent leather 50goochOne 45cat18worthMens heavy plow shoes worth 125175 at One lot ladies shoes worth9Ue140 at Ladies5eN Ladies lacegood10e 4cat3Uevorth 18eperScwortht anyin Men SonowMe 0nowMens now 15 and 18 Suits Jfc t 250 We have always been found in the lead with the best goods on the mar ket and our prices are known to be the lowest Soil its no the and get more at our reduction salesl than they do at sales But at this Sacrificing Sale there will be more doing in the way of low and a more select of goods than even at our former sales To make you certain of this we are quoting you some prices that leave no room for doubt Mens Furnishings Mens largo handkerchiefs at 2 1a2c 4cat4catMens at suspenders 7 Mens Trousers All 00atAll 150 pants Q 125at 4J All at 200 pants 160 All 250 pants 200at 4J All at 300 pants 240 All dl0atAll X350at35cpants 35pantsBoys 18caBoys 38cat a 1 and stock long other stock JUST Big lot Mens Pants all small sizes worth 150 THEY GO x hft S I best brands of shoes on the I THE MARK I Sale 16 1 All this seasons clean goods in all in blues and blacks and fancy for suits Boys suits long pants suits ages 14 to 20 years actual value 450 600 850 and 1000 go at 187 350 475 and 595 Come early to get pick of suits goes Bear in mind there are of we cannot in these pricee for lack of space but every piece of goods in the house goes at a pro low price Bring this bill with you and see that we sell just as Will take back or refund your money on any IS HAP INS 0 St c 1 Sale = VVV pra THE BIG STOR- ECLOVERPORT KENTUCKY ii Timely Reduction everything conception SACRIFICE DECEPTION RECEIVED A- T75c m JIlOWNS C- P1CN ICn LACE IThe Soiio COMFORT DEFMNGJ 11I OFMtRIrJ begins- THURSDAY firstclass reputable materials patterns everything thousands mention portionate advertised exchange purchase K Y B R May 00 1 True invoice public prices public prices shipment MAY 25 wonder people expect prices 12e Price Corduroy market MAY articles Every atricle in the store must be sold V kt IfT7IT I T i TT Y Y r 1 JEWELRY The finest and best of all kinds- Watches ClocksSilverware HollowareFlatware ttMusical instruments and findings TICt Lewis Son Hardinsburg Ky f Weak Women To weak and ailing women there Is at least one way to help But with that way two treatments must bo combined One is local one Is constitutional but both are Important both essential Dr Shoops Night Cure Is the Local Dr Bhoopf Restorative the Constitutional The former Dr Shoops Night Curo is a topical mucous membrane suppository remedy while Dr Bhoopa Restorative is wholly an internal treatment The Restorative reaches throughout the entire system seeking the repair of all nerve aU tissue and all blood ailments t1 Tho Night Cure as its name implies does its work while you sleep It soothes sore and inflam ed mucous surfaces heals local weaknesses and 4 31 discharges while the Restorative eases nervous excitement gives renewed vigor and ambition 1 builds up wasted tissues bringing about renewed Ii ShoopiI to the system For positive local help use as well l r ShoopsNight r 0SEVERS DRUG CO e A 1l tilr I 1 SATISFACTION IN LUMBER Hn Spring Is Opening Up J That Calls For Lumber 1 WANT TELLUS TO WHAT YOUII Well figure out her you need No worrying about thft- tSatisfaction in luhiber is a Fig thinjr Hut you can get it here Letus have your lumber order today We baye what you want It t I WeaMoltCl- ofirport I I Seaton Ky L 1t LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COI- NCOnrOHATKIl Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vllle- Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednei day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Kvansvllle Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and paesengei tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship menu delivered quicker than b- rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 Clovorport to Evansville 176 Cloverport to Owensboro 7- BSpleudidaccommodatious for stock Generai0ffice 15415C i58 4th st I Kyrand P A lEON WILSON Suit Subscribe for The News PROGRAMS OF SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTIONS At Custer Tho program for tho District Sunday School Convention to be held at Custer May 18 100i Is as follows Song Devotional ExerciseS conducted by Rev J W Ilosklnson Welcome Address Joo Tririt Song Dutlesof the County Superintendent T It Henderson Como Suggestions fur a Sunday Schoo- lTeacher SC Oowell OUR Appointment of Commltteoe Noon Recess Song The Teachers Duties Itav Wilson The Threo Ws What have I Done Wlmt Can I Do What Will I Do by J It Herndon Tho Worth of Truth In Childhood J W Harrington Song An Evergreen Sunday School T J Jolly Tho Sunday School as an Evangelistic Mo dlum Rev McConnellIAdvantages of Country Sunday Schools Mrs Mamie Gregory TIll Aim of the Sunday School Dr Strother Song collection BenedictionIAt Harned The Sunday School Convention for the HlLrI dlnsburg Magisterial District will be held at the Baptist church Harned Iy SaturdayI May 451007 The program follows 030 Devotional Her E n English 1000 Tho Importance of BIble Study Rev J Cline 1030 The Study of tho Pulpit as Important us the Study of the Lesson Mrs Thos Orcli ory 1050 Who Is Responsibly for tho Nonattendance of Young Men ut Sunday School J II Haswoll Jr 1115 Reports of Schools and Appointment ofCommitteesNoon 100 Some of tho Perils to Modern Rduca tlon Rev J W Hughes j 180 Relation of Parents to the Sunday School Rev E B English 200 The Relation of tho International Sunday School Work to Denominational Work Hon 0 W Uourd j 280 Difference Hotweon Touching and Training Rev Brandon 300 The Importance of Special Work on the Temperance Lesson Rev tV T Howard 320 Should Prizes or Rewards Ever bo Given Discussion led by Mrs J W Hughes a400 Report of Committees und Unfinished BusinessAdjournment Please remember that we will expect a delegation from the schools of this district and we earnestly request that each Superintendent send the Secretary of his school with re port and contribution All coworkers and also friends to this great Sunday School work are cordially invited to attend and help to make this a pleasant anti protabJedRYV Pres CORA MATTHEWS Secy At Stephensport- The following Is the program of the District Sunday School Convention to be held at Stephensjxjrt May 17 1907 Why this convention Gather the people together men and women And children Mild the stranger within thy JtOli What they may hear and that they may learn and fear the Lord your God and observe to do all the words of thisI law 7Dlut 8118 Devotional Exercises IterL C Arfterbrtftht Welcome Address Rev Felix Roberts Regponse V G Babbage I Song RollI Call by District resident The Use and Benefit of tin Sunday School Uttorge MuCuhblni The Ortatnen ot the iatxlft SojMQl Qfrt Cora McCoy SOUR Appointment of Committees Noon kece s- Prayer Berrtce led b7lBT OdMrft SongThe Relation of the Pastor to the Soadajr School by county presldautp ft itaMMMM Christ and The Children by Mm Nix Roberta The Home DepartaMot UM Need- ent a 4 ian or It by Mlsw NuLyidaoatj Illtto jretury Song Report of Secretary t Elcitlon of Officer SongAdjournment u j The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing In thk ountry most dangerous because so decep book live Many sudden deaths are caused b- yitheart disease pneumonia hear failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble Is al lowed to advance the blood attack the vital organs or the ddneys themselves break down and waste away by cell Bladder troubles most always result from tl derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is jbtalned quickest by a proper treatment of he kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and 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 SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar mayhavewonderful new discovery and a that kidneypoisoned will cell remedyIt this tells all about It both Home of SampRoot sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer lit Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper Dont makelany mlstakejbntj remember th name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address BInghamton N Y I OB eterr botUn e McQUADY Rev Dan Shacklett Oiled his regular ap polntment here last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Will Dellavon Mr and Mrs Hon Miller and Mr and Mrs Burn Oyometti were tho guests of Dr and Mrs Sundbucl SundayJohn notes is cutting and hauling the lum biT for the new store that Is being built here Mrs MI Cress and Mrs Will Nowby went to Marled last week to see Mr Crews who is reported to be very sick A great many cases of meuslet In the town and neighborhood but all are getting along nicely at present 1 C Tauls auction here last Saturday was quite a success They sold ti grunt deal of goods Dr Sandbach lias had his drug store and olllce painted Inside and out and A new metal roof put on which adds greatly to the appear ante of Main street Hob Prank has moved hits saw mill to town and will cut lumber for tho town and neigh borhoodMr Mrs Tim xuenan of Tar Pork were tho guests of Mr and Mrs L C Taul Satur day and Sunday The carpenters havu quit work on the now store as thoy have run out of building material Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Howard for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by hulls Catarrh Cure JOHENEY CO Toledo O- We tho undersigned kayo known K 1 Chancy for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transac dons and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDING KINNANMAIIVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Curo Iis taken internally acting directly upon the blood and inn ous surfaces of the system Testimonials son free Price 75 conts per bottle Sold by nilii Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Black Jack Notes Mrs Rosa Sipse who has been sick for some time is some better at this writingMrs Will Wright is vory ill with typhoid pneumonia at her home near here and her recovery is feared to be doubt fulMiss Lou Shacklett is spending this week with her sisterMrs Ava Burchat GustonMisses I Eula and ruIn Prather sj ent Tuesday with Loma Downs Mr and Mrs Ernest Brown went t Brandenburg shopping one day lastl weekThe Misses Newton of Guston en tertained Sunday Misses Myrtle Eula and Tula Prather Messrs Ed Brown Fred Prather and others The dance given by Miss Dela Cray croft of near Flaherty was largely at tended Saturday Mr and Mrs Chamberlesa of Ekron were in Brandenburg Tuesday Miss Myrtle Norton of Brandenburg WAS the guest of her mother Mrs Kate SundayMr of Bran denburg spent Sunday with the latters parents Mr and Mrs J IT Shacklett near here John Burch of Garrett has quite a couriosity in the common domestic hen egg it being two natural formed eggs being grown together at the little end Misses Nelllie and Ida Clary and brother Tim of Garrett spent part of last week in with their grand mother Mrs ROM Shacklett Mrs Jim Kirby Smith of Guston hatl a little chick hatched with three well formed legs on one foot there being seven toes Misses Ida and Sallie Sipse Eula and Myrtle Prather were in Flaherty shopp iaThursdayJim Flaherty is about the happiest man in Meade county Its a bov and arrived Friday The first act of Jim after the little fellow let his ap pearance be known was to hunt for a pair of scales having misplaced his went over to Squire Hob Yates and borrowed the scales that Bob had used in selling ice last summer to his neigh bors Jim says its a fact that the little fellow tipped the beans at fortytwo pounds O A3lrTOMIr11 N TM Kind YN Nero Ahnji tej II ARMY POST TRAGEDY Jealoiw Soldier Start Gunning for Wife and IIs Slain Southport N C May 10t the United States army post at Ft Cas well private Henry Hamilton of the 19th company coast artillery recently transferred to the garrison there spot his wife three times seriously wound Ing her He then shot and seriously wounded Corporal Watson of the 31st company and was himself killed by Commissary Sergeant Uborwald broth erinlaw of Hamiltons wife Domestic troubles between Hamilton and his wife resulted In a quarrel at their homo on the post grounds and Hamil ton leaving Uberwald In the commis sary sergeants office after telling him that he was going to shoot his wife proceeded to cary out his threat After being shot in the hip Mrs Ham ilton ran out of tho house and was picked up by Corporal Watson Ham ilton seeing this opened fire on Wat son who fell with a bullet in his breast Hamilton then shot his wife again the ball talkng effect In the ab domen Uberwald who had heard Hamiltons threat and had been fol lowing him at a distance came up and opened fire on Hamilton with a shotgun killing him almost instantly Corporal Watson who was in range was slightly wounded again by Uber walda gun The wounded were given attention by the post surgeon It is said that Mrs Hamilton cannot live Heres to your health and happiness DeWitts Little Early Risersfamous ittle pills Nasty sich headache or billiousness may come on any time the cure is an Early Riser Sold by all druggists t 9HENAULT II Farmers are getting behind with their corn planting on ac ount of rasp MnsterOerald Jurboe who IMS been attend log school at Jasper Indiana returned homo last week Mrs J K JArboe and emus Itninm Clilsiu spout Thursday at Payneeviil J C Itrodla returned from Louisville last week Luolan Manning WM In Derby Thursday on Intel newt Quite a crowd from here attended Catholic church at Derby Sunday lltrnduii and Dlllo s Insurance agents were In town Last week Several from hare went to Hard Iauburn Tu Miay to attend court Meeting held here last Saturday and Sun day at Uetlisemenu by Itev Oiborne I TilE TEXas WO DERII Cures nil Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists or two mouths treatment by mail for 1 Dr It W Hall 2020 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky estiuioninls GLENDEANE We are having plenty of rain now Miss Maude Oofti went to Louisville this week for a short stay Mrs Taylor of Canoyvlllo Is visiting Mr John Sermons Sanford Kskrldge of Rook VILla was up herewith his plcturo gallery Mrs W R Moorman und little daughter are In Owensboro for a short stay The farmers aro shearing their sheep now und some of them say they will mAko a fine yield tills Spring Ralley Powell sold to Krnest Robertson one sow und ten pigs for f6 All you run hoar Is something about going fishing Hut Joe Ashley und Hen Clarl beats any of thong catching big fish und thou thoy- can bring In more frogs than any of the boys They say they would like to fish against two jf the hest or kill frogs with two of the best marksman The writer has seen them com- Ing In with big strings of frogs mil One fish Itluck Rasa weighing 4H and jK pounds WINCHESIER M NSJBLACK 9 Loaded Black Powder Shotgun Shells Nublacks are as per fect as brains and in genuity coupled with firstclass materials and modern methods of manufacture can make them They are sure fire make even patterns shoot hard and strong and will stand reloading Ask forii Nublacks next time THEY HELP MAKE BK1 BAGS Sent on Approval Send no Money WI WILL HUSTYOU I OOAYft SOO HAIR SWITCHI Send a lock of your hair and w will maimI 12 In short stem tin human hair switch to match If satisfactory remit ytsr In tan das Extra shade a little raoic Inclose S cuts postage XMrs A Lord Louisville Ky a T3Sa4th Ae Roum4U2 FASTIDIOUS WOrE consider Paxtine Toilet Antiscpt necessity in the hygienic care of t person and for local treatment c feminine ills Asawish its cleans germicidal deodorizing and healny qualities are extraordinary For saei at Druggists Sample free Address The R Paxton Co Boston Mass DruggistI it ap peared for years with stomach liver and some slight difficulty with kid ney trouble Treated by physicians used all patent medicines I hears or knew of No relief But suffered n continual sinking and falling off in flesh until I was treated with Denn d Sure Safe and Speedy S S S Cure It made a big improvement at once Cued me right up Irwin H Stew art 300 N Market St Canton O RHEUMATISMCURED IN 3 DAYS WITH- OENNSSURESAFESSPEEDTCURE THE DISCOVERER 10 YEARS ON CRUTCHES WAS CURED IN 3 DAYS 2575 mu ORUW514 DENNS SSSC CO COLUMBUS O a 200SOLDSevers Drug Co Cloverport Ky E F Guthrie Hordinsburg Ky JOHN A BARRY J w PAT- EVlccPres MARION WEATHERnOLT President SccyTreaai Gloverport Foundry Machine Co Incorporated We alt plpRMd to announce to the public tlmt we are fully equipped and prepared to do on short order all kinds of Ma chine and Boiler repair workTO Imvo it firstclass upto date Foundry in connection with 0111 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 Belting and Hose Lace Leather Pulleys Shafting Boxes and Hangers Grate Bars Car Wheels Lumber and Log Trucks Boat Flanges new and secondhand Stoves Stove Repairs Belt Fasteners Belt Dressing Packing Boiler Flues Boiler Paint Babbit Metal best Lubricating Oils and Greases Boiler Fronts secondhand Engines etc We are also agents for the boat Steam Gas and Gasoline Engines Portable Marine and Stationary Saw Mills etc Steam and water heating apparatus installed We carry a stock of sheet stool and can make on short order and erect if required smokestacks tanks etc Any thing in our line not mentioned we can make on short order Fencing Wire carried in stock and also Guttering Spouting etc We have with us a firstclass tinner anti are prepared to do all kinds of work in this line promptly We Make Gasoline Boat Work a Specialty Send us your work None of it is too difficult for us to handle Estimates furnished on application Correspondence solicited All work done in firstclass workmanship order and satisfaction guara- nteedCloverport Foundry Machine Coo Cloverport Kentucky ty0l e J r10 4 eo100009Y00900909400000o c+ + + OOBank of Hardinsburg IIThe and Trust 5000000- H CompanyCAP- ITALK BEARD PHKSIDKNT M H BEARD IAfi OiJJiToN Assistant Cashitr DIRECTORS CahieriiMoiiis Rsici hiKe G W Heard Late Green C Vir Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acta as Trustee Executor Administrator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity iy Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or Burglary J 490490990Q9990910m909090 tMi9tP99Me9090MiA0 1f0el0 rr j First State Bank IRV1NOTON KY w J tplOGOTT Ptevtthu I t t I V I In t a ii IIlIutf1ill II It ite1 j 11 ee1eec 700 STUDENTS Yff To uuHlify for the TOO or more desirable I ltionn tht wo will be tolled upon to fill In the next year Wo had 626 such call in the past yrtir Our rnduateare ID ouch ijr tdemand by biuiucHH men heauss we train them more TH OHO UOKLY than other schools train their uraduateB QUALITY count with the shrewd bust nee men of thle day and age If you are unwlM enough to cheat yourself by taking a cheap short course at some school of questionable reputation you cannot with such an equipment induce a butnees man to cheat himeelf by Klvtng you a Job tr Our honorable career of fortytwo yeara appeals more strongly to business men when In need of competent itenoRraphera and bookkeepers than aU the lllpUap under the sun You 8et a GOOD reputation by attending this school and we make you do THOR oUGH work with the result that You win be wanted by buslneoa men when you tor elegant 08pa e catalogueI graduals asnrou as eucu uy BRYANT b STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE ecoad wilitloalnlii K- yeseesmeeooaOoee3seaussee eoasetess s ax W II nowMEit resident A B SKULMAN Cushier L LIQHTFOOT Vlce irtlldlnt CIIAB SKUXMAN AsstCaihler IIF The Old Reliable BRECKINRIDGE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by tho very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and smallsolicited a THE NEWS AND LOUISVILLE DAILY HERALD 200 1 Y v r jjr a+ i tlifl r r F feRECKFNPlDGE NEWS syrf r UNO D BAnDAGE SONS r PublUhlne Co = f fIued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 21ltbif paid at the ted of year lARDS OF TOANK9 over live lines charged jr ri the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the Ite of seta per line Money In advance = cEXlUIllnAI the label on your paper It It Is aot ulease notify as = I When ordering a change In the address ttbacrlbers should give thelrold as well as the now address EIGHT PAGES = WEDNESDAY MAY 15 1907 The LaRue County Herald at Hodgen vine celebrated its twentysecond an niversary last week Editor Howard by tireless energy and newspaper ability has placed the Herald in the front ranks of country weeklies In the course of an editorial commenting upon the existence of The Herald and other papers on the- Howardrocky roads of journalism Editor i forgets himself in the following paragraph Of the papers being printed in this Jthe Fourth congressional district t twentytwo years ago when The HeraldI began there are only two of them living and filling long felt wants The other one is the Elizabethtown News Be Keerful Bro Howard The Breckenridge News has been in exist ence thirtyone years and was a spright ly miss when the Herald was being coaxed with a rattler and had long passed the stage when a bib had to be tucked around it before the Herald was old enough to stand without exhibitingr a pair of bowlegs And before the Herald had attained the age of sweet sixteen and was old enough to flirt the News had attained her majority and was considered the likeliest young miss in I all the counties hereabouts and like the beverage that made Kentucky famous she grows sweeter and more valuable with age Like the house that was built upon the rock she has withstood the storms of adversity and has some how tided over the rough waves alwaysi giving its patrons one hundred cents for every dollar spent with it The News may have its enemies wt know it has its friends and with the good will of these and others who are joining The News family circle this paper expects to see another thirtyone years still striving for a better and a grander Newst I110 Wheat went beyond the dollar mark on the Chicago Board of Trade Monday winter wheat selling for 103 Wild est excitement prevailed and the price hovered close around the dollar mark throughout the day The bulls claim the end is not in sight Reports of injury to wheat from drouth and insects caused the prices to soar In Alabama it cost a man twentyfive dollars to kiss a pretty girl A Wiscon son Judge thinks five dollars worth is about what a man realizes In Clover port it should cost a fellowbut we hate to say You would think we were ex aggerating unless you saw the girls JABreckenridge county farmer adver tised last week in The News want col umn for some lost pigs Ho found them at Tell City Nothing strange about that But a pigs a pig with a pigs falling and these shoats should be kept 8 away from such places If all of the murders and other crimes charged to Judge James Hargis by wit nesses at his trials are true and he is made to pay the penalties he will need the proverbial nine lives of a catandII then some A word to the sweet girl graduate They have moved Sunny Italy from be yond the Alps and Greenlands Icy Mountain has melted away Lord God of hosts be with us yet lest we forget lest we forget Clover port has a Commercial Club Its a wise man that knoweth his own faults or those of his brother when the grand jury is in session The Most Beautiful Women In Kentucky The Beauty Contest conducted by the CourierJournal during the past three months has been concluded and the pictures of the successful ones will be printed iu the Sunday CourierJournal May 20 Several thousand photographs were submitted in this contest The three most beautiful have been selected by a committee of well known people These three will IIre entered in a Nation al Contest to find the most beautiful woman in the United States Every body will want to see the pictures of the most beautiful woman in Kentucky If you do not get the Sunday Courier Journal by mail or through an agent send 5 cents for a copy of this issue of Mat 26 at once to the Courier Journal Co Louisville Ky and see the faces of the three most beautiful women in be Statei rG31 e 1 1 d h TJOr r i+ r rv Deadly Streetcar fifof San Francisco May SThe strike of the 1700 union motormen and conductors of the United Railroads devol oped late yesterday afternoon Into a riot In which one man was killed more than a score of persons were severely hurt some were fatally wounded and others hurt to a lesser extent MeasureAn Unpopular KingS 5dom has had one full day digest Mr Dlrrells Irish bill but not the smallest note of enthusiasm for the proposed council has been heard In- any 1 quarter The proposed measure is recognized to be a fainthearted at tempt to redeem campaign promises Wonderful Eczema Cure Our little boy had eczema for five years writes N A Adams Henrietta- Pa Two of our home doctors said the case washopeless 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 uutil several bottles were used when our boy was completely cured Best of all blood medicines and body building health C tonics Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co 50c t Notice Contractors The city of Henderson Ky invites sealed bids for 7000 yards two inch broken stone and 2500 yards screenings f o b Henderson Ky Also bids forR1 delivering same upon the streets Bids may be separate or for both Also bids rfor five car loads stone flagging All 1 bids to be in by 5 oclock p m Tuesday May 21 1907 For further infor mation a ddaJOHN A LYNE Chairman Street Committee Hender son Ky and A Narrow EscapeallG W Cloyd a merchant of Plunkw Mo had a narrow escape four years and will ago when he run jimpson bur into his I thumb He says The doctor wanted- to amputate it but I would not consent bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve and that cured the dangerous woundch 25c at Severs Drug Coedand Jamestown Exposition Rates I Henderson to Louisville excursion Sunday June 2 1907 125 round- trip R from Cloverport on trains 116 and port 112 Good to return same day who o 0 0anNorfolk Va April 26 1907 to Nov I 30 1907 Season tickets 52860 60 days tickets 2725 30 days tickets 2250 days tickets 1550 From CloverIi1 port to Norfolk Va and return of 15 day ticket for 2250 to 000S- pecial Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains lIB 114 115 and 118 and all trains Sundays Round- trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates ed to local points good to return Sunday on- o 0 0beL H cc 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 fromACloverport May 13 and 14th and on No 116 May 15 Good return May 18 000S- pring races Louisville May 0 June S8 round trip from Cloverport May 11I825 June i Good to return three days from date of sale TAKEN BY SURPRISE Derbyites See a 15to1 Shot Lope In Easy Winner Louisville Ky May 7Moving past a spent and reeling field with an ease which his clumsy lumbering strideh1 did not Indicate Pink Star 15 to 1 the longestpriced horse In the race won the thirtythird Kentucky Derby by two lengths from Zal with OveaIl lando In third position a length andwa half away The race was run over to a track almost fetlock deep In mud and the time 212 35 was the slowest all In the history of the race Over 30000 people saw the race run I CEParisParis May 9The report circulated on Ifwhileproviding for the transfer of British maritime commerce to the French flag In the event of war between Great Britain and Germany Is pronounced to be absolutely untrue 1 1 Pined for Uttng iced Cross Indianapolis May TDr Henry O Wells a physician of Fort Wayne pleaded guilty In the federal court to the charge of having used the insignia of the American National Rod Cross for advertising purposes and was fined UI5 and costs dJ Kansai City Mo May gFire here late yesterday afternoon destroyed the firestory University building at theEnorthwest corner of Locust and Ninth streets causing a property lost eijtl mated at a quarter of a million olSoors One life was Ieetea f 1J LJ J j MANY HEIRS IN- BRECKENRIDGE Lost Signature That May Lead To Fortune For Fisher Family- Is Recovered Harrodsburg Ky May HThe signature to a will which will determine the distribution of an estate valued at 61 000000 left to the heirs of Adam Fisher in Germany was found in the County Clerks office here by Miss Phebe Rossiter of Oxfordville Wis who had been employed to look up the docu ments Miss Rossiter is the secretary and recorder for the Fisher family in the United States and had been endeavoring to find the signature for three years She visited Philadelphia and searched in vain for it among the ancient documents in tho City Hall of the Quaker City and had also made a fruitless search for it in Charleston S Richmond Va and other places The distribution of the valuable estate has been held up until the heirs of Adam Stephen and Barnett Fisher could be found It was claimed that two Adam Fishers had lived in Culpep- er county Va and that the heirs ofI each were claiming the big fortune heirs of one of these employed Miss to trace the heirs of the Adam Fisher on their side and secure a sample of his chirography in the shape of signatureWhile Carolina several days Miss Rossiter learned that Adam Stephen and Barnett Fisher left Cul peper county and settled near Harrods burg Ky in the days of Daniel Boone With this information she came on here in a short while found the wills of three men The will of Adam Fisher probated in 1812 Barnetts in 1817 Stephens in 1824 She copied the j of Adam and carefully traced his signatureIlong search secured the name of every Fisher that came to this country the name of every born to them the ships they sail in with the names of the captains mates of the vessels 1 Many descendants of the three Fisher brothers above referred to live in Breckenridge county They are Adam Fishers Mrs J T Lewis Clover and Mrs Eli Dean Glendeane are the children of John Fisher James B Fisherjjand Mrs Adele Hambleton who are children of Barney j Fisher The two elder Fishers were residents of Breckenridge county and were the sons of John Fisher who also in this county and was n nephew the three Fisher brothers who camejj this country from Germany The seals appetite is phenomenal In captivity fifty or more pounds of fish being required dally for a single meal After gorging himself he goes to sleep floating on his hack with flippers fold his head bobbing up and down up the waves as peacefully as upon a of ros- esBABYS FACE IN TERRIBLE STATE Humor Was Eating Away Face and EarsBody Mass of Sores HelpLittleWorseAfter Spending Many Dollars On Doctors and Medicine CUTICURA CURES IN TWO IWEEKSI what8utlcura I feel It my duty to parents of other I She brtffto out all over her body with a and we used everything recommended I but without results I called in three doctors they all claimed they help her but she continued to couldII worseTier body was a mass of her little face was being away Her ears looked as u drop off Neighbors theyII get Cuticura Soap and Ointment before I had used half of tho cake Soap and box of Ointment the sores ofII healed nod my little ones face body were as clear aa a newborn would not be without it babesIcost five dollars instead of I which is all it cost us baby niter spending many doctors whatever and medicines Mrs dollarsII 701 Coburn St Akron Aug 30 100- 5ITCHING OhioII TORTURES i Speedily Cured by Cuticura- A warm bath with Cuticura Soap and a single application of Cuticura Ointment the great Skin Cure will afford immediate relief permit rest and speedyacureor themostdistress torturingisfiguringrashes itchings and Irritationsof infants children and adults when all other remedies and oven physicians fall Complete External and Internal Treatment for very Uumor ot Infants Children and Adulu con BtlatCuucuraCuticura Ileaol vent fiOcMor In the forrnot Chocolate Will 25c DOT vial ol CO to Parity the flood ld Utroucbout the world Potter Drug k chem Corp Bole Props wJUliea Free Uow toTramt SUa Diseases p + v L Il I 1 From Head to Foot 1 Men and boys we can fit you up and make you look live you were just out of the tailors shop and in fact the main difference will be in the i J amount of money saved on your outfit s rThsThe famous Swann is the line we carry They make aman look dressed up and still leave himI some pocket change DERBIES 250 TELESCOPE 2 50 NO cOnPAR sON 1 50 ClothingW- eare headquarters for anything in this line Two Piece Suits 6 torv1500T- hree PleceSuIts 7 to 16- 00Underwear As we bought liberally in these goods we are prepared to give our customers some exception ally good values at prices from 25c to 50c Scrivens elastic seam Drawer per garment 50c Shaw Knit SQX Best 25c grades made Reds blacks split sole and white foot Suspenders Anywhere from 1 Oc to SOc i Star Brand Shoes Full line prices very low for quality Quality- of the excellentEternity250 Old mens plain toe In PIN grim350Patr- iot Qua Metal Calff3 75 Patent VlcL 1400 Patent Chrome Blucherc 00 Shirts Collars and Cuffs Cluett Peabody Co brand Worthy of the name they bear Shirts100Collart Neckties We buy these goods from the manufacturer hence we are able to sell you better grades in theii regular 15c 22c and SOc lines than many others Latest patterns beauties SEE THEM Save Money By taking advantage of these extraordinary bar gains we are offering you Come to our store and our goods will speak for themselves Remember in addition to the qual ity of our goods and the liberal prices we offer we give you 5 per cent rebate on every cash pur chase redeemable in merchandise at our store B F BEARD S CoR- emember Hardinsburg Ky m- I Our Full Line of I SPRING SUITS t In all the best and Latest Patterns Guar 4 S5Sa 2 to 12 I Dry Goods Gress Goods Trimmings Notions and most everything for rI Men Women and Children to wear Lowest price on Genuine German Millet Seed Highest prices for Country Produce Right Goods Right Treatment Right Prices Come to see us if we I same dont do you better go elsewhere well thank you for the call just the IIGet Our Prices on Farm Impliments I Glasscock Co fSm Kodoi Glendeane I Im9JlJimII FOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATRelieves Indigestion Sour Stomach Belching of Gas Bto rRarARRD011LYA7TaatJ110RAT0Rr01i E C DWITT 4c COMP NV CHICAGO XLL For 5eJ0 by silt Druggist i j i Fi Si 1 IJIJt5he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 151907V PERSONALAND LOCAL Miss Lillie Sipple went to Holt Sun say Fred May went to Hardinsburg Mon tiny Roy Heyser is at home from Cincin natiMr F Fraize was in Louisville Fri day Dr J It Moorman is at Dawson SpringsMrs James Skillman is visiting in LouisvilleA camera for sale at the News office Mrs W H Bowmer went to Louis ville last week D Mrs Whitehouse has been illat her home in the West End Capt and Mrs J H Rowland went in to Louisville yesterday Miss Margaret Skillman went to Louisville yesterday David May of Owensboro spent Sunday at hone Dr R L Newsom attended court at Hardinsburg yesterday Miss Cornelia Ditto of Brandenburg is visiting in Cincinnati Mr Davis of Cincinnati has been the a guest of Miss Ruth Haynes on Miss Lydia Goering of Hawesville is the guest of Mrs H Beheu If you have a church to decorate write usEdwardGregory the 3 Gs Mrs Wick Moornnn and Mrs R E to Moorman went to Louisville Monday at Miss Ida White hasgone to Memphis Tenn to visit her niece Mrs Edwin BellMr and Mrs Chas Mook of Louis ville spent last Sunday with friends at i Utica tMr and11rs Elmer Pillard of Louisville have been visiting Mr and Mrs Fort oils J D Gregory is visiting her daughter Mrs E C Brice at Mans field Ark Mr and Mrs W K Dorst and little daughter all of whom have been ill are improving Mra Fred Ferry charmingly enter tained the Ladies Reading Cluh Thursday afternoon Roy Pate the eightyearold son ol J Mr and Mrs E F Pate is quite sick ic r with pneumonia Miss Blanche Baldwin was a charm ing hostess to the Good Time Club Friday evening- Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Mrs J D Babbage has returned home from a visit to Mrs D W FsirJJ leigh of LuisvilleII A M Hardin of Lodiburg was here Friday and bought a 100 monument from J E Keith Us Son Miss Addie G Ditto who has been the guest of friends at Columbia Tenn has returned to her home in Louisville John D Babbage Jr has accepted a position as traveling salesman with the American Type Foundry of Cincinnati Mrs Sue Wedding and son Ernest of Rome and Mrs Eugene Conner of Stephensport weie here Saturday shopping Mrs Elizabeth Porter widow of Jos C Porter left yesterday morning forI Louisville where she will enter the Masonic Home t Misses Lula Severs Ray Heyser and Louise Babbage will be guests at the II EnglishDeJarnette wedding at Har V dlnsburg this afternoon Send me 75 cents in postage stamps and I will send you enough paper toI paper a room 15x15 Walls ceiling and border Edward Gregory tho 3 Gs T W Marr wife and little daughter of Jefferson county who have been vis iting his parents Mr and Mrs J W Marr of Garfield returned home Mon dayMiss Elizabeth Skillman left yester day for Maysville in company with Mr and MrsJames Skillmanof Owensboro x to attend the annual conclave oft Knights Templar Ghildrene Day services will be heldI at the Methodist church Sunday morn Ing commencing at 11 oclock An en tertaining program has been arrangedI for the occasion Dont get left get in the sunshine float TheCIa Gs give you prices on work that please you tickle your purse and make all the family happy Edward Gregory the 3 Gs Bed Bug Bed Bug sitting on a wall 1 Peeeped at me and I peeped at him 3ft rut some disinfectant in my paste And that was the last of his race Edward Gregory the 3 Gs Mrs Sam Dix and little son Hewitt and Mrs Mollie Adkisson of Stephens port went to Uniontowu Saturday to visit their brother Hewitt Hawkins Mrs Adkisson will remain there all mfr c 1 j DEJARNETTLENGLISH oung Minister Wins Popular Hardinsburgf Young Lady For Bride This afternoon at three oclock in the Baptist church at Hardinsburg Miss Judith Ellen Dejarnette and the Revn Evartts English will be united in mar riage The Rev James T Lewis of this city will officiate in the ceremony The bridesmaids will be Misses Pauline Moorman Mary Lin Ditto Nannie Kincheloe and Miss Dejarnette The ushers Judge Henry Moorman Franklin Kincheloe Roy Moorman and Dr English of Louisville A number of guests will be in attend ance at the wedding The bride and groom will leave at 430 for a wedding trip east which will include a visit to the Jamestown exposition Richmond and Washington C- John Bell left yesterday for his home LouisvilleAirs Conu of Stephensport who has been ill is much improved The News is in receipt of a newsy itletter from a friend living in Oklahoma who forgot to sign his name to the communication The writer of the letter will please to give us his name to heg used with the letterkJ E Keith Son have just received granite monument from Scotland the freight alone being 3993 The freight the base from Barre Vt was 816 making a total of 4809 This firma has sold four fine Scotch granite monuments in this spring From the rockribed Rocky mountains the Alleghany all the world wonders this price Here it is in black and 1 white enough paper to paper a room 15x15 or 16zlU side wall ceilingand border placed on the wall for ftt50 Nuf said Edward GrJgorythe Gs Shapinsky Bros Cloverport are in augurating a great sacrifice sale bezS ginning Thursday May 16 at which prices have been greatly reduced on all lines of goods A change will be made in the firm which necessitates a closing out of their large stock and hence the is extraordinary bargains STEPHENSPORT Mrs G W Payne and son Gordon spent the day at Sample Sunday t Mrs H S Dlx and little daughter Alice Lewis left Saturday for Union town to visit her brother Hewitt Hawkins and family Miss Leta Hawkins of Orchard Hill t is the guest of her aunt Mrs H Sf Dix this week Mrs Mary Adkisson left Saturday for Umontown to spend the summer with her brother Hewitt Hawkins Mrs John Warren and sister Miss Margaret Stallman of Chenault were in town Saturday The ladies of the M E church will 1 give an ice cream supper at the schoolhouse Saturday night May 18 t Miss Florence Gardner and Mr 1 Arthur Hanks were quietly married at the home of her parents Sunday even 1 inK Rev F R Roberts performed the marriage ceremony J Mrs James Crawford returned home 1 Saturday from Canada where she spent winterMrs Fox who has been quite ills improvingLittle Nevitt has returned home 1 from Brandenburg Dr Nevitt attended the races lastII week in Louisville Mrs Will Lennon and children of I Hardinsburg are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs R A SmithIIDr C T Pope of Louisville was at the Conn house several days last weekJ Miss Grace Payne and Miss Bandy of Irvington were guests of Miss Esther Payne last weekERev F R Roberts and wife attended the commencement at Kings wood Mrs E T Conner and Mrs M F Wedding were in Cl verOrt Saturday shopping We are to have a new city hall in the near future LODIBURQ Miss Myrtle Deacon returned Sundry from MuldrauRU where she has been visiting relatives and friends Mrs Gid French has returned to Tar Springs after a visit here among rela tiveSt The party at George Schedos Saturday night was largely attended and all report a nice time Soloman Shellman is in West Virginia nn businessMrs Ator visited relatives at Ammons Saturday and Sunday jas Seatou of Cloverport was at W N Heads last week Miss Maymie Adkisson was a visitor at H H Nortons Sunday A M Hardin was at Garfield one legl tetirveckaoubasinees t1W PALLOCKCHAPPELL Popular Young Couple arry att r U 0monjMr Stephensport KyMay 14Special- On Sunday evening May 12 at 3 p Miss Artie Chappell and Mr Barton Pollock were united in marriage by Rev Felix Roberts at the brides home in the presence of many admiring friends and relatives The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas Chappell of Union Star end is a young lady of sterling worth whose many good qualities and rare Mr attainments of domestic skill will go to make her a successful house wifeciMr Pallock is a successful farmer of near Concordia They will go to house keeping at their home near Concordia immediately The writer and their numerous friends extend congratulations WHITEWINDELKIN Miss Verlie Windelkin and Mr Prank White both of this city wore married Nashville Tenn May the seventh The groom is the oldest son of Mrs James Skillman The bride is the dau hter of Mr and Mrs W H Windel in and is a lovely young gir- lDittoSweet gStnd Mr Abe Ditto Jr will be united marriage They will make their a home atWest Point where Mr Ditto has his business interests to Organize A S of E Society The A S of E will effect an organi of that society at Garfield on Saturday May 25 Mr W S Ball and others are instrumental in making arrangements to make the meeting a success on that day and to make the organization permanent A large crowd desired H Dell HOORMAN Attorney at law- HARDlNSBURO KY Will practice Ms profession MI uli of tin Courts of BrooUnnrldsu and uojulnli c ioun or Speclti attention K veil o rut oetlons oad cases and criminal practice Miinsi1 to practice In Uni ed Sttes DNtrlo Courts Onice over Bank of Hnrcllnsburir win rom we soum ann a StriKe ere about then Its a terror thVy J ly It worries me Im more seart J a gale of wind Jest now than I am f1the Old Harry himself The Junior partner looked troubled Wonder If thats whats distressing t oleg he observed Pcleg has f een niter me ever since the flee Says v I BB got something to tell me Hes been pestorln me too I aint id no time to listen to his yarns ets see him n They sent for the weather prophet B ho appoared dirtier than ever Looks ere Peleg was the captains saluta I on What do we reed you for r heres the govment weather sharp g1 elfin out n gale an you aint peeped oull have to put specs on your sect sight or well ship a new prophet ict or tother I Mr Myrlck was troubled Now npn Ez he protested In an aggrlev tone aint I been tryln to git at u or Brad for four days or more I low there was a blow comln Shes I train abllln too And I dont need specs nuttier Humph Brad this Is the devil and Isnt It Thatll do Peleg But Capn Ez theres somethln so I wanted to tell you 1 Never mind now Put It on Ice i IIII jj- Peleg got but with reluctance e kept lookIng back and shaking his j jad Captain Ezras face was very fc ilemn His forehead wrinkled and jo pulled his mustache nervously By crliuusteel he muttered Wee got to do somethln quick I low you dont take any stock In cleg but 1C that gale does come were locked higher n the main trucks loosenln up so now that a tug Ight help us I can glt a little one om Vineyard Haven skipper en ncer and all for 10 a day But they wont work on spec No Im going to Wellmouth to see 10 bank folks Ill tell em that If icy ever hope to git back the rest of e money they lent on the Dlvln Belle nv rmiH richL g nnuh fn nuo ems thnt Dont Push mdI The horse can draw the load without help if you reduce friction to almost J i nothing by applying 1 M EAxlG ease to the wheels No other lubri cant ever made wears so long and saves so much horse power Next time try MICA AXLE GREASE SCamdard OH Ce A Ja o r ui 1 ENGAGEMENT l orANNOUNCED J Byrne Severs of Clover p port to Wed Miss Eliza Barret of Owensboro IAnnouncement is made of the ap preaching marriage of Mr J Byrne Severs of this city to Miss HlilaV Barret of Owensboro the wedding to take place June 20 The brideelect is the daughter ofIand Mrs W G Barret of Owens boro She is well known in the society of this city having visited here Mr Severs is a young druggist of this city and is junior member of the firm of Severs Drug Co Strawberry Supper The Ladies Aid of Bkron Baptist church will give their annual strawberry and ice cream supper on the evening of May 25 Everybody invited Seriously III Mr Thos Pullen of Patesville is dangerous ill of bladder trouble His brother Dr J W Vendor of Custeris- at his bedside IMessrs Chas May Sr and S P Conrad were in attendance at the Dis Convention Knights of Pythias at City last week Mr May is district deputy and Mr Conrad went as delegate from Breckenridge lodge EALTH1SURANCE The man who insures his life It wise for his family The man who insures his health is wise both for his family and himselfYou Insure health by guard ing it It Is worth guarding At the first attack of disease which generally approaches through the LIVER and man feats Itself in innumerable ways TAKE = Tolls Pills And save your health + + fI Wants Advertisements Inserted under this bead atone cent a word per week Fon SALEAll kinds of building lumber furnish walnut oak or poular un short notice Write me at Tarfork Ky Cbarles TuiwlingUANTEDTo buy 10 000 feet of poplar Cloverport Planning 51111FOIL EXCHANUF piano for a span of Ihorses or mules I will pay any difference W J Halliday Tar Springs 1y- WANTEDCorrespondtmts lit darned and taper For particulars write to Local Editor News olllce Cloverport Ky- tAJANTEDCook woman preferred no v wares Akdress tilts M II wadllnKihestt Ky SALE Gold rlnlwith pretty setting worth f4 fur fl11 Exchange Department orRrcckenrldgu News Cloverpt ICy d AtiTFDA good Jersey cow fresh Wm V Ilhard Hardliwburg Ity- FOR SALE 100 acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good earn ID acres In muddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 11500 cash For further particulars write the nreckenrldgo News loverport Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Oas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE 516 3rd Street Louisville Kv LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE 150 acres of land situated near Creek one mile and a half from Onrlleld ICy Fine tobacco land Improve ments one small log dwelling three rooms good tobacco and stock burn corn crIb 4b acres In woods white oak and post oak sold Fine lot of good hickory und ash to sell Price 500 For further Information write Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky SALESMEN WANTEDThreo salesmen county townsnlp and railroad surveys of Kentucky Tiles surveys are a splendid compilation of facts figures and drawings and of wonderful value Counties and towns are fully Indexed and populations of ouch are given Railroads plainly shown and distances bet waen all stations alstoglvcn Congressional districts outlined end num bered A splendid opportunity for energetic men Rand McNally Co Chicago III IpOR SALE Book of Destiny fortune boot at News ofllce J H r Bargains In ll l I I I l DUROCSI I fi I JJ- i i i ft- M In order to make room at once I ft will sell my aged Boar and three MM i young ones Also four Gilts dirt fti cheap 5 3 3 ft 1E P HARDAWAYjl I Irvington Ky qr 0 2 ssssat 13 I IMEET ME AT NOLTESJI I House Cleaning- We can help if you will Ilet us We have the Swiss Curtains FJLace Curtains Window Shades I Matting Rugs I New Samples of Carpets Mating RugsI IJCloverport Ky f u Spring Cleaningff I Bed Bug Killer I f I25ciPer PintiMOTH BALLS AMMONIA STRAW CLEANER SEVERS DRUG CO t E of are of 1 n I I II iI I I I i r 1 j r thlllril I I I i III I IIIiel I I I gyp jl Co i3 IMANY COLORS- In Iij am Josephs were the en vy of his brethrentJ rl But good in House Paint tm demands new colors care M fully to harmonize gm- m other and the surroundings My knowledge I of color durability obtained by yearf experience in I HighClass House Painting is Iat the of I my customersBERT BEAVIN 1 IiCloverport iim 7 CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL GREGORY COMPANY PROPRIETORS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY u n We have Contractor James M Lewis associated with us and can furnish plans and estimates for buildings Our Mill Work is good material and best workmanship and our prices reasonable We have several grades roofing at prices from to J325 per squareOur best Ruberiod will last as long as the building g1j DIIi ilii IIII1rI illy Ill nnlltllill Ij 1I d IIIIIII- III IIII III Illn IqI III aliifll lr fdfd- I ghQip lllil- llillCadick Milling Coat taste ing selected with each with sixteen freely placed service Ky Every daymakes new converts for CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR Those who have tried it know its qualityThey know it makes the most de licious bread or pastry that its pos sible to find anywhere Its quality is always the same the results always good Baking days bring no annoyance for those who use this splendid flour Toy it next time you bake MAKERS Grandview Ind i25ROUND TRIP FROM Brandenburg Irvington Guston Ekron and all Branch Line Points to LOUISVILLEKENTUCKYWEEK HENDERSON ROUTE On Saturday May 25 Special Train Leaves iFordsvilic C 30 a mtHardliisburb 8 14 M Irvington 9 10 Guston 9 18 M Ekron 0 20 Brandenburg 9 34 Making stops at Intermediate points Returning leaves s Louisville at 615 p m FOR FULL INFORMATION ASK THE AGENT t i Y I t r I A V f JT W 9x I = r ye- r + r J5 rp r 77 i PI f Keep Your Nerve It is nerve energy that runs the organs of your body The storage battery is the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord and from this battery nerve force is sent out through the system of nerves To keep the body healthy you must have plenty of nerve force if you have not the organs work imperfectly the circulation is slug isle digestion bad appe tite poor kidneys inactive and aches pains and misery are the penalty You can keep the system strong with Dr Miles Nervine It assists in generating nerve energy it strengthens the nerves and makes the whole system strong and vigorous I take pleasure In recommending and fromlinerv srprostrrationeInsomnia months suffering from above diseases I tried this medicine and found Imme diate relief It soothes and strength ens the nerves chases away tho gloomy and depressing thoughts and sufferer renewed strength i tadhope It Is a superb nerve re storer JUDGH JACOB SEEMANN Madison Wisconsin Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money j Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind to Followed His Victim Ashore West Palm Beach Fla May1 10 Thomas Troy who came ashore here 1 from the Cecilia bound from South America with a cargo of lumber for New York shot and Instantly killedsGeorge G Newcomb in a saloon here j Troy who claims to be Interested In South American lumber came ashore hero to take a train for New York where he has relatives Neweomb I formerly lived In Iowa and leaves n widow and child Troy Is being held charged with murdera CASTORIAelI For Infants and ChildrenII The Kind You Have Always Bought sears the- Signature x of of yGc f46c + cfi Mgr THOROUGH INVESTIGATION New York Grand Jury Making Inqul rice Into Metropolitan Affairs Now York May 7 President John n Hegeman of the Metropolitan Life Insurance company Is expected to ap pear today before the special grand Jury which yesterday began Investiga tion Into the affairs of the company XIr Hegeman and Haley Fisk vice president of the company presented themselves at the grand Jury room yesterday prepared to testify but were informed that they would not be needed until today The Jury yester day examined Frederick H Eeker controller of the company and H W George and G Penhollow book keepers District Attorney Jerome said that a full week probably will be required to get all the evidence be fore tho jury Some of his assistants have been at work on the companys books for weeks and also have taken statements from several officers of tho companies Kentucky Woman Suffocated New York May 10Annlo C Tup pin n guest from Kentucky lost her life in a fire that destroyed the rest deuce In Brooklyn of Stephen Mat thowson a cone broker Mr Ma thewson his wife and a colored nurse were removed to a hospital seriously burned Mrs Tuppln was suffocated by smoke In her bedITeleohone Bets Barred I Jefferson City Mo May 10Thu house passed the senate bill prohibit c ing pool selling by telephoning bots Into another state The bill goes back J the senate for the correction of tech nical errors and will then go to tho governor When your food has not been proper ly digested the entire system is impaired in the same proportion Your needs needs help Kodol For indigestion and Dyspepsia not only di i gests what you eat it tones the stom 4 ach and adds strength to the whole body Makes rich pure blood Kodol conforms to the National Pure Food nd Drug Law Sold by All Druggists U r City Rights Enlarged 41 Jefferson City Mo May 10Gov rnor Folk has signed the Cooper pubjutility bill giving cities the right ii- to regulate the rates charged by corporations for public service The meaII sure becomes a law ninety days attfrd the adjournment of the special session the legislature now assembled uu IILOWI IILOUI To- ILLEII Via The Southern RyII AccountII i Races s i On sale May 8 J11I 15 18 25 10iJune I 5 and 8 Good to leave i Louisville tdatei i hVIlJlnv YWLIWWl W lr J rj THE I Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL C iE 4GdLvIE iE4riesEr4iI I It IThe most centrally located ard only Iret clsashotel In the city Itnaktng a 1 1200 rate Only one block from the principal shopping dlstrlct and two blocks trom 4iithe principal theatres Street cars pass tbe door to all parts f of jEverythlngl I IIj t oJ WHY WE LAUGH JI Little Nonsense Now rend 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 for the same period of limo Address Judge Company i Yorkii 4i i 4i 1DETECTIVES CHAGRINED Body of Horace Marvin Found In Spot Often Gone Over by Thenii Dover Del May GThe body uf Horace Marvin jr tho young son or I Dr H N Marvin whose mysterious t disappearance had baffled solution t since March 4 was found on Saturda lying In a pool of water less than half a mile from where he was last seen playing There Is much to make It appear that the little boy wandered away and fell exhausted into the pool t on the marshes where his body was found Physicians have decided that t the boy did not drown No marks of t violence were found on the body The stomach was empty and the child may i either have boon frozen or starved to death The condition of the stomach indicates according to the physicians that the boy suffered privation for at least forty hours prior to death The detectives are perplexed at the finding of the body so near to the Mar vin home and at a point which they had walked over again and again My Best Friend Alexander Benton who lives on Rural Route 1 Fort Edward A Ysays Dr Kings New Discovery is my best earthly friend It cured me of asthma six years ago It has also performed a consumptionfored the terrible cough and this lished the other symptoms left accompp DrKingscoughs and colds is simply marvelous No other has CJFullytc50c f t MONT ROSEs and perfect action bined horse in this p Iare of fine size and v finish are lard you in our opinion tl have watched withi g ABWflfaTand they have to ou and farm horses so =MONT Rose was Cromwell Second id Mrs De Massy Declared Guilty New York May 3 Baroness AnI Ista Louise De Massy a pattern designer tried for the killing of Gustav Simon a shirtwaist manufacturer was convicted of manslaughter In the first degree with a recommendation of mer cy The prisoner was remanded to tho Tombs until May 9 for sentence Dig Plant Closed Down Ekaterlno lnv May 2The great Brinnsk foundries and rolling mills the largest mechanical plant of Rus sia has been closed owing to the con tinued political and Industrial agita tion in the districts The workmen have been discharged and the fur noses iitJse Caacaswoot for babies is tho bast remedy for colic summer complaint diarrhoea and sour stomach It is es pecially good in casosof teething when irritation affects the stomach and intes tines Cascasweet is a pleasant safe remedy containing neither opiates nor narcotics all the ingredients are print ed plainly on the wrapper Endorsed quicklySold Making the Dirt Fly Washington May 8Nearest yet to the goal of 1000000 cubic yards otI excavation per month in the digging- of the Panama canal was the accom lishment under Colonel Goethals management In April according to a cable report from the engineer InI charge For the month mentioned the- xcavation In Culebra cut amounted l 879527 cubic yards and at the Gatun lock site to 108000 cubic yards icine i Rem 0 15chet what Iv tha all th led n anteed eaten they Ind I Dry Goods Gress badMen Women am baa- ifibnd Seed Hig Goods Rijtyflve 1dollars do you bett If ono I i aoaOOMM Consumption is less deadly than it used to beii 6 Certain relief and usually complete recovery f V will result from the following treatment fo Hope rest fresh air and Scott J 5 Emulsion V oALJ DRUGGISTS 50o AND 10- 0OOOOOccOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOI Big Brewery Ackowledges Defeat Topeka Kan May 8The Anheu serBusch Brewing association has filed its answer In the supreme court confessing Judgment In ousters offering to withdraw from the state and pay all the costs In the action The company asks that no receiver be ap pointed for Its proprrty hi this state and thai the injunction stsurtins r against the company be modified to permit it to withdraw U1l Its property 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 yourselfwhat this preparation can and will accomplish Address Dr Shoop Racine Wis Large jars 50 cents Sold by Severs Drug Co Miss Rosa Aloorman Married In St Louis St Louis May 9Louls ipeen and Rosomand Moorman Owensboro Ky were licensed to marry here today DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve does not merely heal on the surface ittpenetrates the pores and promptly re- lIeves pain caused by boils burnsII scalds cuts and skin diseases It is esjj pecially good for piles Beware of imi tations Sold be All Druggists One Hundred Reported Lost Montevideo Uruguay May 9The French maritime steamer Poltou from Marseilles April 6 for this port has r been wrecked off San Jose Ignado on the coast of Uruguay It ia under stood that 300 passengers were on board According to reports nearly 200 have been rescued and are on their way to this city The casualty lilt has been reported at 100 but this has not been corroborated n tiMNMAANMMMIVIrdhM MV1 lMrN II MONT ROSE1 tand I IsPIIIn woolsores 1Millet 1111 YO II I IIt iilion 15 34 hands high full made fine style 1 ii biggest gaited and straightest gaited com iost elegant and perfect breeder His products to make an all round horse and for color form 11 itudy of our county and its needs we present to I harness stallion that this country affords We ant of Mont Roses colts for the past four years ders They are show horses business horses o breed your mares to this horse he by Happy Cross First dam Fannie C by on MONT ROSE will make this season at the farm of R G Robertson Glendeane Ky for mil 15 to insure a living colt All possible care will be taken to prevent accidents or r N escapes but not responsible should any occur rr At the Breckenridge Fair at Hardinsburg 1908 we will give a premium of 25 to the best one of flont Roses colts 15 for the second and 10 for the third and will give 1OO for the first premium colt All colts to bejbroken and shown by halter We solicit your patronageaaagBBK onDIIIIoC J C Vic Robertson and C L Beard 1 Owners 4f7Y 31 +x u q lc e s s TH 1 lI A ICUREI c i rs Cream Balm quicklyI absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseased mem brane It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the ERstoresTaste and Smell Full size CO rte at Druggists or by mail Trial Size 10 eta by mail Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York R S BANDY COII Successors to C F Jean Co IRVINGTON KY jCASHjr Produce ButterEggs r Poultry QC SpecialtyTr- ack prices on branch and main line of L II St L Ry R S BANDY CO- J B Biggs Manage- rCOLUMBUS HOTEL JUNEiELDER Prop us to 119 Frederica Street 1 Owensboro Ky Oi3i thy and nlsht Rates 2100 per day Notice Coal Call On WILLIS CLARK For the Best Coal in the State StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for higbIby modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex port tailors employed I I IEiUNSCHRI Inf Put Your Money where It will grow under your own control and grow raster than In any other saf way Write for our tree bcoklot N which tells all about how to Dunk by Mall safely and conveniently from any part of the State We pay 5 percent Interest annually Our apltal se cures you I HowsYour Liver It will pay you to take good care of your liver because If you do your liver will take rood care of you Sick liver puts you all out of sorts makes you pale dizzy sick at the stomach gives you stomach ache headache malaria etc Well liver keeps you well by purifying your blood and digesting your food There Is only one safe certain and reliable liver a dldne and that i- sBedfordsI Ii BlackDraught For over 60 years this wonderful vegetable todaytheremedy has been the standby It acts gently ta the liver and kid neys and does not irritate the bowels It cures constipation relieves con gestion and purifies the system from an overflow of bile thereby keeping I the body In perfect health Price 2Sc at all druggists and defilers Test it r r 1I Ft ++++t3d444 +44 t+ 11 jthej TideBy i JOSEPH C LINCOLN tAuthor y Capn Err CoIICopyright 1005 by A 8 Barnes do at4 H4+ + ot t oJ + + H CHAPTER XX 0 oclock that morning Brad ArIcy with his head bandaged sat In the rocking chair by I the window of his chamber looking out On the table beside him were medicine vials teaspoons and u Duelled memorandum In Dr Palmers handwriting also there were nn emulsion bottle and a steaming pitcher of pepper tea These last were Miss Tempys contribution That lady herself with a face whiter even than Bradleys own and with fingers that shook until holding n needle was next to an impossibility was seated in a chair by the door pretending to sew Every now and then she looked up seemed about to speak and then seeI lng the expression on the young man s face remained silent Occasionally she wiped her eyes with her handker chiefBradley wont to the Point that tiny in spite of his partners protests 11111 the old maids pleadings and direfulI prophecies concerning his health Ho was kind but so firm that they soon saw there was no use arguing Ira Sparrow took Bradley and Cnp tarn Titcomb to the Point in tho You and I Bearse Ellis and some of tho other men went with them On the way Bradley and his partner discussed the situation The work on the bargo was going on ns If nothing had hap 1 I stickiI to those who stick bytts pencil although the news of the firms loss had been telephoned to the lif saving station early that morning Barney Small met them as they climb ed over the Freedoms rail lIe waa g very sober and shook his employers hands with silent sympathy- I told the boys to turn to he I didnt know what your plans was but I want goln to quit till you thewordMuch obliged Barney said ley Call all hands aft I want t talk to them The men came In groups soot streak ed and perspiring They gathered In the waist whispering to each other and glancing askance at Captain Tit comb and Bradley who stood upon th raised deck by the wheel In most of the grimy sunburned faces there was a friendly concern All looked embarrassed and awkward When tho whol crew was standing there silently wait Ing Bradley came forward Fellows he said when Capn Tit comb and I took the contract to get this barge off the shoals we risked every dollar we had More than that we mortgaged our new schooner to raise money to pay you with She was burned last night and as tho capn said there Is no Insurance The little money we have on hand belongs to the people who took the mortgage Wo couldnt pay you for another weeks work So then either we must give up the con tractwhich will ruin us and drive the firm out of tho wrecking business for goodor we must come to you with another proposition I think every man who has worked for us knows that we dont play favorites Every fellow knows that hell be treated fair so long as be does his work But this I want to say Well stick to thoso who stick by us Wo shant forget our friends And this Is our proposition To the men who will volunteer to help us get this barge afloat we will pay 4 a dayIn stEad of 3 as youre getting now when we float her and get our money It we fall you got nothing and so do we If we win you win We can float her if the weather holds good What Im asking Is that you share our chances Its up to you What do you say Bradley stopped and put his hands in his pockets The men shuffled their feet and looked at each other One or two of them whispered behind their hands Then Barney Small snatched his rusty cloth cap from his head toss ed It to the deck and jumped upon It with both feet Stage Is ready for Orham South Orham West Harniss and Setucklt Plntl he shouted Glt aboardIf Como on you lubbers I Have me and Brad and Capn Ez got to work oft alone berII Alvin Bearse struck the exstage driver a resounding thump In the back I Xflu bet you nlntl he cried Im r c y Inlf 1I Me too said Ira Sparrow Present and accounted for ob served Bill Taylor Ellis simply nodded and stepped forward Others joined them by twos and throes Then Peleg Myrlck sauntered to the front I dunnos I jest understand what the boss wants he drawled but If theres anything me and Skee zlcks can do why That settled It There was It cheer and the men began pushing each other out of the way to join the volunteers In a few minutes there were only five who had not come forward And after that carne work work I work The men were organized Into day and night gangs Bradley com manded the former Captain Tltcomb the latter The partners hired the You and I to do what she could of the work the Diving Belle had been engaged In Tin lack of the schooner was n great handi cup but they had no funds with which to hire a large vessel They made their headquarters aboard the barge now Bradley did not go up to Orham at all When his days work was over he ate a hasty supper and tumbled Into a berth In the skippers cabin sometimes to sleep but more often to lie awake and plan for the morrow He was still f pale and weak from the effects of the blow on the head but he would notf take It easy as the captain begged The worry and strain of the labor f were lit a sense rellofs to himtheyc kept him from thinking of other things Each morning the old maids tele phoned to the station to learn how he felt and how the work was progress ing Bradley gathered from Miss Pristt sys anxious remarks that In the ItII lage the partners failure was regardcc ed as n foregone conclusion The news made him only more determined to succeedCook Sons wired dally and every afternoon a report was sent to them i These reports were growing more op timistic The barge was eating her way steadily through the shoal and as she was lightened she moved faster They watched the cables as a cat watches a rat hole keeping them always tight The captain said Brad it I didnt know what was the matter I should blleve my old Sunday school teacher was right He always swore Id be hung some day and now all I can dream about Is ropes The captains energy was something wonderful A nervous man by nature he flew from one end of the Freedom to the other commanding helping hur rying With the men he was always cheerful and sure of success but once In awhile alone with his partner he showed his real feelings One morn Ing before turning In he went ashore to telephone When he came back ho called Bradley aside and said Brad Sam says the govment weather folks are foretellln n big storm for day after tomorrer Its comin from tlnrBonttmnrt 11 strike here about then Its a terror tlrtsy say It worries me Im more starts a gale of wind jest now than I am himselfeI The junior partner looked troubled Wonder If thats whats distressing LSeleg he observed Peleg has een after me ever since the fire Says es got something to tell me 11lIes been pesterln me too I aint ad no time to listen to his yarns himtThey sent for the weather prophet 11ho appeared dirtier than seer Look toere Peleg was the captains saluta on What do we feed you for ores the govment weather sharp nellln out a gale an you aint peeped oull have to put specs on your sec nd sight or well ship a new prophet tothereI Mr Myrlck was troubled Now Clapn Ez he protested In an aggrIev e l tone aint I been tryln to git at Ieknow there was a blow coinln Shes com In abllln too And I dont need no specs nuther Humph Brad this Is the devil and all isnt It Thatll do Peleg But Capn Ez theres somethlu else I wanted to tell you I Never mind now Put It on Ice dlt Peleg got but with reluctance 1 e kept looking back and shaking his head Captain Ezras face was very s lcmn His forehead wrinkled and Lo pulled his mustache nervously By crimustee he muttered We- aveh got to do somcthln quick I L now you dont take any stock In I eleg but If that gale does come wero Vmocked higher n the main truck ics loosen In up so now that a tug ight help us I can git a little one t om Vineyard Haven skipper en S neer and all for 40 a day Bur they wont work on spec No Im going to Wellmouth to see the bank folks Ill tell em that It they ever hope to glt back the rest of the money they lent on the Dlvln Belle tljoy must risk enough to pay for that tug Im goln now But youve been up all night Lot me go You turn in Turn In bo durned Id sleep about as sound as an eel on a perch hook I can turn In when I cant do anything else Qoodby Put In your spare time pruyln for me will you Ho went to Wellmouth saw the peo pro at the bank and as he said talk ed from his boots up At 12 oclock of the following day tho little tug put In an appearance She got a grip on the Freedoms bow and pulled with tho tideThe expected gale did not come that day but the next afternoon the sky disappearedIto his berth at 0 oclock He had fought against going at all but Cap tl1 Titcomb snjjl Put IflnnJiQIU or r r two anyway Ill calf you If youre wantedHe him before the second hour was up Come on dock Brad he cried excitedly That soueasters on the road and Its backln up the big gest tide ever I saw Talnt high water till 2 but shes pretty nigh n 4 high as usual now The junior partner hurried on deck The wind was singing In the rigging and the waves were rushing past the barge slopping furiously at her as they passed The night was a dead I black and the surf on the ocean side of the Point boomed like heavy arm lery Continued next week TRAIN ROBBERS TAKEN Moro Boys Whose Nerve Failed Them After Killing Engineer Butte Mont May 8A North Coat Limited eastbound train on Northern Pacific railway was heldthoII by two masked men near spur a siding eighteen miles east of Butte James Clow the engineer was shot and killed and James Sullivan fireman was shot through tho arm Without making any attempt to blowup tho express car as was the evi dent Intention the robbers Jumped from the engine and ran down tho mountain side disappearing In a gulch several hundred yards from the track They were later arrested at Basin a few miles from Woodvllle where they caught tho train They are more youths For a cold or a cough take Kennedy Laxative Cough Syrup It is BETTER than any other cough refnedy because its laxative principle assures a healthy copious action of the bowels and at the same it heals irritation of the throat strengthens the bronchial tubes and al lays inflamation of the mucous membrane Contains Honey and Tar pleasant to take Children like it Conforms to the National Pure Food and Druglaw Sold by All Druggists George H Smith Dead WhipllnR W Va May 10Ceorge- II Smith the veteran race track trainer and driver for the past thirty years died at Steuhenvllle 0 last night He was the only known driver who carried a bible with him on the circuit A coincidence was the fact that a long standing suspension against him was lifted yesterday at New York by the National Trotting association Smith had not received the news Cures Bluod Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Eree If your blood is impure thin dis eased or fullof humors if you have blood poisou cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risingsI and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blodor skin disease take Botanic hood Balm B B B Soon all soresj neal aches Ilud pains stop and the blood i i made pure and rich Druggists or by t xpress 1 per large bottle 3 bottlesI far 250 or 6 bottles fcr R SampleI free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlnn 1 h Ga B 0 B is especially advised fjr chronic deepseated cases as it ures alter all else fails He Saved Andrew Johnson Albuquerque N M May toEd mund C Ross former United States senator from Kansas whose vote saved President Andrew Johnson from Impeachment Is dead here After retirement from the senate he hisII governor of New Mexico Evansville u Perfect Womanhood The greatest menace to womans permanent happiness in life is the Buffering that comes from somo de rangement of the feminine organs hnveIlivesTo be a successful wife to retain the love and admiration of her husband should bo a womans constant study Ita woman finds that her cner glcsare flagging that she gets easily tired dark shadows appear under her eyes she has backache head ache bearingdown sensations nervousness irregularities or the blues she should start at once to build up her system by a tonic with specific powers such as Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compoundt- he great womans remedy for womans ills made only of roots and herbs It cures Female Complaints such as Dragging Sensations Weak Back Falling and Displacements Inflammation and Ulceration and all Organic Diseases and is invaluable in the Change of Life It dissolves and Expels Tumors at an early stage Subdues Faintness Nervous Prostration Exhaustion and strengthens and tones the Stomach Cures Headache General Debility Indigestion and invigorates the whole female sysem It is an excellent remedy fur derangements of the Kidneys in either sex War In the Seerage San Diero CalI May IOThe steamer Maori King which arrived yesterday with warring Chinese and Rue sians in her steerage sailed north today with ten guards on board Tho guards had no trouble last night but the Russians are afraid of the Chinese and want more guards All of the steerage passengers are under contract for work on the Yaqui River railroad In Mexico a branch of tho Southern Pacific The Chinese are from Manchuria and about 300 of them are said to be outlaws Let me mail you free to prove merit samples of my Dr Shoops Restorative and my Book on either Dyspepsia The Heart or The Kidneys Address me Dr Shoop Racine tt is Troubles of the stomach Heart or Kidneys are merely symptons of a deeper ailment Dont make the common error of treating symptons only Symptom treatment is treating the result of your ailment and not the cause Weak Stomach nerves the inside nervesmeans Stomach weak ness always And the Heart and Kidneys as well have their controlling or inside nerves Weaken these nerves and you inevitably have weak vital organs Here is where Dr Shoops Restorative has made its fame No other remedy ever claims to treat the inside nerves Also for bloating biliousness bad breath or complexion use Dr Shoops Restoiative Write for my free Book now Dr Shoops Restorative sold by Severs Drug Co Found He Could Walt LexiitKton Ky May toTh1 automobile hearing rnntrrtminan anti Mrs- llcitolas lon worth daughter of Prea Idont Roo vit returning from Louis ville to Cincinnati broke down at Sa d vlle Scot county late yesterday frrnoon Mr Lon worth telefrnrih pd here for a special train to take them to Cincinnati hut later decided to watt for the regular train Beri thethe Kind You Have Always togtt Sjjnatnre of JWise Now hes got what I call horse souse A cum How for In stance Wise He never bets on one Philadelphia Press L II do ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND Oloverpo507AMrrlveat Louisville 725 A M No 112 Tally Mall and xpress leaves Clo verport 989 A M stops at nIl way stations arrives Louisville 1215 p m Train No 114 Dally fast mall leaves Olo rerport 150 p m stops at all way stations east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 735 pm Train No 148 Dally except Saturday Ole verport accommodation arrives Oloverport 830o m No 118 Express Saturday only leaves Clovorpor 8tS p m arrives Louis villa 1l5- p m makes all stops except Addison Sam LongBranchWEST BOUND No 147 Dally except Sunday Olovorport accommodaUOL leaves Clo verport 600 a m arrives Evansvlllo 900 am expressleavesUawosvlllo Lewlsport J Maceo Owensooro Stanley Henderson and Evansvlllo arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 113 Man and Express dally ar rives Cioverport 740 p m Evansvlllo 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 115 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo wport 11 061PlI arrives Evansvlllel A M St Louis 1 to A M stops at Hawesvlllo Owensboro and Henderson only No 117 Express Sunday only leaves Clo VI rport se5 a m arrives Evansvlllo IS 15 p m Makes all stops Except Iatos Chair cars on trains Hi and 144 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 146 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No S dally except Hunday leaves Fordsvlllo 480 m rives Irvlnfiton 840 amTrain No 4 Dallv except Sunday leaves FordsvlHo320p m arrives Irvington 520 p u Train No 6 Sunday only PordsvllloBiSOa m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 050 am arrives Fordsville 245 pmTrain No 5 Dally loaves Irvington 650 m arrives Fordsville 825 P m u 4LrnorrmUOH ori UOV Extraordillaryi+ Rr Yl t 7 l 10 u The Evansville Daily Courier One Year 312 Issues for 150 A little over the regular price Regular price 250 Bargain offer price 150 Good from May 20th to May 30th The Evansville Courier is the newsiest and brightest paper published in Southern Indiana All the News All the Time Market reports complete and correct V The Daily Courier i CABTOBXA onehalf 1o A Little Over One Half theRegular Price To secure the above offer simply make your remittance any day between May 20th and May 30th Money may be sent by check express or postal money order We will accept subscriptions outside of Evansville or from towns where we have no + local agents Dont fail to take advantage of this exceptionally low rate You may never have the opportunity againIAddress all letters to- Circulationt Department Evansville Courier Evansville Indiana I I i 1 1IUZIib fr i 1 t i i j e I MI P l i1i f f l I FUSIONISTSWIN I LOUISVILLE LouisvllleKyMay 13A persistent rumor and one bearing the appearance of varacity comes from Frankfort to the effect that the court of appeals has decided the Louisville election cases inII favor of the fusionists and holding that no election was held when the I ThisIpresent city officers were elected means that another election will haveII to be held in Louisville in November of this yearII The rumor has created come excite ment in Louisville It appears that t both Democratic and fusionist leaders I got the tip in the afternoon but kept it I more or loss quiet except among their own sets Members of both parties i when asked about the matter admit that such is their understanding of the situation but no one of them under takes to say that he got his information direct from any member of the court of appealsbench It is understood that the decision was reached by a vote of five to one Judge Cantrill not voting There is no infor mation as to which of the judges dis sented from the decision of the ma jority Piles get cmlcic and certain relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Please note It is made alone for Piles and its action is positive and certain Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large nickel capped glass jars SO cents Sold by Severs Drug Co Special Services at St Rose The forty hours devotion was cele brated in the church of St Rose last week commencing Sunday May 5th and concluding on Tuesday morning following Never before in the history of this congregation have its members witnessed such an elaborate display of the beautiful and impressive ceremonies of the Catholic church set apart for the proper manifestation of the firm belief that our blessed Lord and Master Jesus Christ is really and truly present in the most holy sacrament of the altar under the humble appearance of bread and wine Though the weather was any thing but encouraging the attendance at the various services was most grati fying On the other hand their fidelity to duty was well rewarded Father Celestine Brey the beloved pastor of the congregation opened the celebra tion on Sunday morning with the usual exercises The sermons preached by Fathers John Knlnher of Louisville and Aloyaiue G Meyering of Browns Valley Ky elucidating the Catholic doctrine of the real presence and of holy communion respectively were veritable morsels of oratory The music rendered by the choir under the directorship of Father Joceph Odenhahl of Honshu Kyond ably assisted by Fathers George Connor of Owenshoro and A Meyering was a treat well be fitting the occasion Tilt concluding exercises consisting of solemn high mass recitation of the litany ofal1 saints procession and benediction with I the blessed sacrament were conducted by the Rev Stephen Hollerau of Ir- vington as celebrant assisted by the Rev J Kalaher as deacon the Rev G H Moss of Canneltou Ind as sub deacon and the Rev C Brey as master i of ceremonies There is no doubt butI what this occasion will be gratefully remembered I byall the participants that it will hover over St Roses congregation like a benediction from on highI= with the fond expectattonof its frequent t reurreace 1 HARDINSBURQ R H Penick is here visiting Mr and Mrs R 0 Penick Miss Florence Turner of KingswoodI is the guest of Misses Margaret and Evelyn Beard- C V Robertson spent Sunday at GlenI deaneMrs Mary C Ford of Glendeane i visiting friends here this week Col and Mrs E L Robertson of Glendeane were the guests of Mr and Percy M Beard Sunday Mrs Hillary Mattingly of Terre Haute Ind has arrived to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Lewis Dr W A Walker left Monday for Lexington on a business trip Monday being a bright warm day th farmer staid at home and planted corni hence the smallness of the crowd here the first day of circuit court Preston Green of Falls onRough was in town Monday Court will probably last nearly two weeksJames O Baker who has been visi icing his parents Dr and Mrs J T Baker returned to Louisville Monday Judge Matthias Miller has returned home from a visit to relatives in Hancock county Squire J W McCamish of Constantine was in town Monday Will Robertson of Glendeane has been employed to take charge of the work upon the track and grounds at th fair site Mr J T F Owen of Jolly Station was in the city Monday Judge Henry DeH Moorman Sunday at the Falls of Rough the guest of friendsMrs J Wathen of Irvington- was the guest of Mr and Mrs Taylor Beard last week Gus Brown and John P Haswell Jr were in Louisvilleon legal business weekJohn Coleman of Louisville formerl of Webster is here superintending th erection of T J Hooks elevator Dr Frank Hook returned home las week aftar receiving his degree from Louisville Dental College He will probably locate here Squire Frank Ruppert of Rockvale was in the city Monday on a business tripCage Arms who has been seriously- ill for several weeks past was able to be in town Monday The meeting of the M E churcht south is still in progress Large conj gregations attended the Sunday serviceslt Rev Carter preached to the ladies LtII the church in the afternoon and Charles delivered a sermon at the courthouse i to men only The ssrvices will1 probably last well into next week Revst Carter and Charles are being enter tained by Mr ard Mrs Chas L BeardI Mr and Mrs A X Kincheloe re turned home Friday from a visit to Mr and Mrs Willard Kincheloe in Louisi villeThe school board have employed Prof Andrew Driskell and Miss Maude Smith as teachers in the public school for next yearAlexander West of Shelbyville is I here visiting his children- J W Pate of Cloverport was in the city Monday 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 che Intlammation of the bladder and Drugists I I We have a car load of handsome Buggies I that we are going to dispose of at fac I Car load of Pine and Ceiling and I one inch boards BEWLEYVILLE Miss Bevie Cain is at home for a few days from Glasgow Ky where she hasI a position Miss Ada D Stith who has been at Paris III with her aunt attending r school since last fall returned homeI Sunday evenings Miss Katie Herdaway has gone to ac cept a position at Lakeland Master Estill Witt returned to hisI home at Webster after a three weeksI stay with his grandparents here Chas Blanford and H C Snyder put in five new telephone boxes on our bigr line last week One of our blacksmiths Will Carter has moved to Custer- e F H Payne is at Hardinsburg thisI week attending court Some farmers in this vicinity have had to plant their corn the second time E M Blanford is at home from Mississippi where he has been teach ing for several months Miss Iva McCoy is attending school1 at Hardinsburg Alen and Strother Stith of HillI Crove attended church here last Sun day With the telephone and free delivery- we country people almost have the con venience of a small city KCan you believe your senses When two of them taste and smell having been impaired if not utterly de- le stroyed by Nasal Catarrh are fully re stored by Elys Cream Balm can you doubt that this remedy deserves all that has been said of it by the thousands 1twhom it has cured It is applied directly to the effected airpassages and be gins its healing work at once Why not get it today All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York on receipt of 50 cents The Couriers Offe- rt Elsewhere in this issue will be found per year IeNEVER BEFORE has such a liberal offer been made- t whereby you could secure a newsy and Ieup todate newspaper for such a low price The Courier occupies the front rank in newspaperdom of southern In diana and is as complete as brains money can make it It carries the full reports of the Associated Press and is represented by special correspondents at all the important news centers The number of brilliant news features inaugurated by The Courier in the last 1few years is characteristic of the pro grossive policy of its management an emphasizes the fact that nothing is toe good for our readers 1 OUR REASON for giving you this opportunity to se cure The Courier at this price is thn we feel that once we secure your sul scription you will always be one of ou readers and make this concossion iii order to get a trial subscription GARRETT Mrs John Sipes is very sick Mr and Mrs Chas Price of Bran dcnburg spent Sunday with Mr an Mrs J F Shucklett Mr and Mrs Aldrich Shacklett am R H Dowell and family were guest of Mrs Ada Dhonau Sunday Mrs Will Wright has pneumonia Mrs Will Prather went to Louisvill Saturday to visit relatives Mrs H T Peak aad daughter Josle and Mrs Rbert Coffman of Flaherty were guests of C C Ritchie Wednesday CASTOnXABears theThe KM You Have Always Blputnre fI +of PATESVILLE Mr and Mrs Thos Pulliam are ill at this writing Matt Jarboe has purchased a horse from Port Marlow Miss Nellie Kawver is clerking in T N Harmons store Alex Powers and Jean Casham of Dukes were in town Sunday Dr J T Milner and Ed Gabbert made a business trip to Union Star oue day last week Mr and Mrs A V Day are proudof their fine girl baby born May 11 Frank Johnson of Dukes attended the party at Mrs Reids Saturday even ingMessrs Homer H Tindle and Ben Basham of Dukes made a business trip to PBtesville Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs West Reid entertained the young people at their home on last Saturday evening William Powers and little daughter Orpha will leave shortly for Richmond and Norfolk Va Writes About the Green Bug Storm Abbyville Kas R R No2 Editor News You will please find enclosed 11 for which mark me up to March 1908 on my subscription to my dear old home paper As I have moved I failed to get the News last week Please change my paper from Ntcker I son to Abbyville Kas route 2 box 44 Though I never was accustomed to mriting to any paper I will try to tell a little about how I like out here in win dy Kansas Just say as to myself I like it fine I dont think I ever saw a place where a man can get as good wages for as little labor as he can here That suits me to RliT and I thick it would suit anybody that has a consti tution to stand sitting on a spring seat and drive four to six horses I think anybody that can work in a tobacco patch can stand it all right As to crops wheat on the 15th of March never looked tiner but the cold dry weather and green bugs have about got it here Some fields look like it was dead now Corn that has got through has been frozen Before I stop I want to tell some o the boys in old Breckenridge about the 1IIgreen bug storm that swept over these parts on the 27th They were so thick that it looked like a fine snow or rain They all seemed to come from the South and lasted nearly all the after noon Alfalfa is badly damaged by the FreezeSuccess to the News J N Brickey lion 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 Double Wedding A pretty double wedding was that of Miss Belle Conn and Mr Stanley Con ner and Miss Zula McKaughan and Mr Everett Dowell which was solemn ized in the Baptist hurch at Stephens port at 530 p m on Sunday evening May 5 The church was beautifully decorated and all arrangements for the wedding were nicely carried out Immediately at 530 p m the wed ding patty entered the church to the strains of the wedding march which was gracefully played by Miss Esther Payne The brides came down the left aisle to the altar preceded by Ihe bridesmaid Miss Mary Baaham the maid of honorI Miss Ida Jarrett and two little flower girls Grace Taylor and Alliene Drie ketl The grooms entered at the right COWLEY ASHCRAFTV RepairingAgentsBuggies pricesSecond BuggiestB Dailyy LOAD FENCE WIREI j We Guarantee Our PricesOn all goods Yoy cant lose any thing by coming to see us If we dont luit you well pay your fare- I Big lot ofHigh I Grade Paint which we I want to close out QUEEN OF ACTRESSES jj PRAISES PERUNA f ji tU f WJ JULIA MARLOWE 8MISSo V- ANY remedy that benefits digestion the nerves The noire centers require nutrition If the digestion Is Impaired the nerve centers become anemic and indigestion is the result Is not a nervine nor IIPerona digestion It benefits the nerves IfII Pernna frees tho stomach of catarrhal congestions and normal digestion is tho resultIn othor words Peruna goes to the bottom of the whole difficulty when the disagreeable symptoms disappear Mrs JC Jamison 61 Marchant street Watsonville Cal writes- I was troubled with my stomach for six years I tried many kinds of modi cine also was treated by three doctors They said that I had nervous dye pepsia I was put on a liquid diet for 14 months aisle preceded by the best man Mr Jess Walls At the altar they were wet by Rev J T Lewis who in his own impressive way pronounced the cere mony which made four hearts two Mills Conn wore a beautiful gown of white Paris muslin and carried white carnations Miss McKaughan wore white China silk and carried white car nationsMiss Conn is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Pike Coun of Stephens port and is a beautiful and accomplished young woman who numbers her friends by scores Mr Conner is the son of Mr and Mrs Eugene Conner of Stephensport and ia a popular and de serving young man Miss McKaughan is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Focter McKaughan of Ste phensport and is an attractive and pop ular young lady Mr Dowell is a popular young man and one of tho countys successful farmers Mr and Mrs Pike Conn entertained the wedding party to supper on Sunday night Mr and Mrs Eugene Conner entertained to dinner ou Monday Mr and Mrs Dowell will go to housekeeping immediately at their country home near town Mr and Mrs Conner will be at home to their friends after May 12 The writer and their many friends extend congratulations and numerous good wishes trlt h i 3 If Am Glad To Write Mf f1 Endorsement IIOfThe isGreatf 1 r Remedy I t Pernnam IDo So T it Mostff J Heartily7ulia n ly I improved under the treatment but I as soon as I stopped taking the mediII cine I got bad again- I took tho medicine for two years then I got sick again and gave up all hopes of getting cured hI saw a testimonial of a man whoso case was similar to mine being cured by Peruna so I thought I would give it ft trialI procured a bottle at once and com menced taking it I have taken aeveral bottles and am entirely cured 1 have gained In strength and I feel like a different person 1 be lleve Peruna Is all that Is claimed for It + +aar + a Nervines such as coal tar preparaII tions are doing a great deal of harm Sloop medicines and headache powders are oil alike heart depressants and should not bo used The nerves would bt oil right tf the digestion wore good 1oruna corrects thoI digestion DancingtLearn to dance not so much for the sake of dancing aa for coming Into a room nnd presenting yourself genteelly i and gracefully Women whom you ought to endeavor to please cannot forglvo a vulgar nnd awkward air and gestures Chesterfield One of the advantages offered by our Bank to its depositors is that it will lend money on real estate deeds not only to the unequal deposit of that depositor put will also advance cash in larger amount simply holding the deed as collateral And without in any way im pairing his financial standing with the community This is but one of many great advantages gained by a connec tion with a commercial bank The Bank of Cloverport solicits your ac counttBANK OF CLOVERPORT OLOVERPORT KY I Dealers in i Flooring ONE CAR OF r Furniture We have a fine line of Furniture bought direct frym the factory We can save you money on any thing in this line Saddles and Harness I I COWLEY ASHCRAFT IRVINGTON KY i f vVi