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Vv iV V Vr V j ud THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIi CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 22 1907 8 Paces NO45 f l lf I i ii I I d e I I I NEW FACULTY IS ELECTED Edmund Wroe New Principal of Cloverport High School Three Assistants Are Also Elected Prof Edmund Wroe was elected prin cipal of the Cloverport High School at a meeting of the school trustees Mon day night The three assistants were also named as follows First assistant Miss Jennie Patterson second assistant Miss Cora McCoy of Union Star pri mary department Miss Maggie Wroe Prof Wroe the new principal Is the present first assistant principal of the school His advancement is the result tan ambitious nature and a close appli jp cation to studies and his friends are congratulating him on the promotion BUILDING FEVER IN THE COUNTY Several Store Houses and Resi dence Reported Going Up Pete Sheeran is building a twostory eightroom frame dwelling at Kirk 000R- yan Tabeling are erecting a store house at Tar Fork 000- N M Crews Co are erecting a store house at McQuady 000- A A Richardson is building an ad dition to his storehouse at Garfield SUFFERS SLIGHT STROKE OF PARALYSIS AT CHURCH A A Richardson of Garfield suf eijfed a slight stroke of paralysis while nlchurch last Sunday He was car ried home unconscious but rallied in the afternoon His condition Tuesday was somewhat improved He is still confined to his bed- YOUNG BOY DIES Roy Pate the eight year old son of Mr and Mrs Forrest Pate died May 14 and was buried the following day in the Pisgah grave yard He was a well informed boy for one of his age and bad a splendid disposition His last words wereLord take me Though he said he hated to leave his loved ones he was willing to do Gods wi- llTOBINSPORT Death of Jas McKinneyOther Items of Interest TOBINSPORT IND Mr and Mrs George Zimmerman of Cannelton were the guests of Miss Mabel England Sunday- G C Whitehead went to Louisville Sunday Mjs Marion Weatherholt of Clover port was the guest of her sister Mrs Lawrence Weatherholt a few days last weekChas Wolfe of Indianapolis visited Miss Nina Weatherholt Wednesday Chas Woodbury of Lafayette spent Saturday and Sunday at J S England Mr Jas McKinney of Millstone died Monday of consumption after an illness f several months He was buried at he M E church cemetery services being held by the Mormons of which hutch he was a member He leaves a widow and two children r Miss Fannie Drinkwater of Charles pn Missouri is at home to spend the immer Mr Harry Clark of Cannelton spent Hturday and Sunday at J C Ryans i Mr and Mrs Wm Lynch of Clover rt visited at G L Polkas Sunday Miss Mabel was in Cloverport Tues i lijLydia Frank is seriously ill at U writing berg are several cases of measles in L vlcinity r I SUDDEN DEATH OF- THOMAS MORRISON Thomas Morrison died at his home in this city Tuesday morning at 530 oclock of pneumonia Although he had been ill four days death was unexpected His condition was apparently improved Monday night and not until within half an hour of his death when a sudden turn for the worse was taken did those around his bedside realize that the end was so near Deceased was thirtysix years of age He was the son of Mr and Mrs Jacob Morrison Besides his father and mother three brothers survive They are Harry Clyde and Edward Morrison His father andone brother are engineers on the L H St L railroad Mr Morrison pos sessed a kind nature and was ever loyal to his friends The funeral services will be conducted from the home this afternoon at 230 oclock Interment will be in Clover port cemetery The following will be the pall bearers Chas Hall Emmett Mattingly Lilbon Smith C G Brabandt Carl Overton and Samuel Keith COMMENCEMENT Graduating Exercises of Clover port High School Will Be Held Friday Evening The commencement exercises of Clov erport High School will be held on Fri day evening May 24 Prof J C Wil lis president of the University of Lou isville will be present and deliver the commencement address Mrs L T Reid will have charge of the music Other features of the evenings exer cises will add to the pleasure and instruction of the entertainment The two graduates are Misses Pauline Moorman and Edith Burn The exercises will begin at 815 PREACHES FUNERAL OF- REMARKABLE WOMAN Rev Dan Shacklette preached the funeral of the late Mrs Dorcas Riley Williams Lyons who died Jan 11 1907 at the age of ninetyeight years She was one of the oldest citizens in the county having been a resident for more than seventyfive years She was the wife of Peter Lyons who died forty years ago She was the mother of thirteen children six of whom are liv ingNo other family in the county is so largely connected there being 500 or more descendants in this and adjoining counties Mrs Lyons was a member of the Clover Creek Baptist ohurch in good standing for nearly eighty years A large crowd of relatives and friends gathered to pay their tribute of respect to a good Christian woman wife and mother May Build Residence Mr Roffo Winschel of Evansville Ind was here last week prospecting with a view of locating in Cloverport He was much impressed with the town and was anxious to move his family here but could find no vacant house for rent It is understood that he will purchase a lot in Cloverport and have a residence erected thereon immediately INDICTMENTS RETURNED BY THE GRAND JURY The following indictments were re turned at the recent session of the grand jury which adjourned Hardins burg Saturday Chester Fentress carrying concealed a deadly weapon two indictments Jim and Hubert Adcock iog stealing F H Shelman carrying concealed a deadly weapon Hascul Shelman grand larceny Dick Gillian and Helse Craig forni cationAlfred Lancaster and Pleas Finley disturbing religious worship Lowery Helm receiving stolen goods Jack Wilkerson detaining female against her will with intent to have car nal knowledge James Solomon Bert Bryan John Elder and Kirt Wilson gaming Dunk Vanmerkle Walter and Wheel er Powellmurderer MOTION MADE FOR CHANGE OF VENUE Powell Boys Charged With Mur der of Robert Miller Want Case Tried Elsewhere The four Powell brothers Dunk Van merkle Walter and Wheeler charged with the murder of Robert Miller at Glendeane some months ago have asked through their attorneys for a chancre of venue The motion will be argued before Judge Chelf Thursday LOSES AN EYE t John Beavin Near Town Suffers Painful and Unfortunate Injury Mr John Beavin living near town suffered the loss of sight in his tight eye on last Thursday The accident occurred while he was engaged in driving some nails one of the nails striking him in the eye destroying the sight entirely DEMOCRATSNOMINATE Dr P W Foote Named At Con vention As Candidate For Representative At a mass convention of the Demo crats of Breckenridge county held at Hardinsburg Saturday Dr P W Foote was nominated as their candidate for Representative No other name came before the convenlion Dr Foote has not as yet signified his intention of accepting the nomination and states that he will give the matter thorough deliberation before allowing himself to become the standard bearer of the party MATTINGLY Born May 11 to the wife of Nat Newman a daughter Mrs Vane Pate is on the sick list Mr Owen Seaton is very indisposed Mrs Gid Burdett is ill Gid Burdett had a barn erected Sat urdayDr William Howard who has been visiting his daughter Mrs Charley Howard at Jeffersonville has returned homeMiss I Malissa Mattingly who has been attending the Normal at Hardins burg has returned to her home here Miss Maggie Bates who has been sick for some time was able to visit her aunt Mrs Sam Taul Saturday- W B Taul and wife visited his fath er Mr Joe Taul near Clover Creek Saturday and Sunday Pete Lasley and son Sammie of Cloverport visited his brother Sam Lasley at Mattingly last Sunday James Perkins and wife went to Clov erport last Sunday to visit his brother Dick Perkins Mr and Mrs Alf Hawkins entertained the young people to a delightful social Saturday night Mrs M W Moorman of Vanzant is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs C D HambletonWill and wife of Vanzant who have been vistting his parents John Brickey and wife have returned homeThe stork visited the home of Jim Camp recently and le ft a little boy T N Brickey and daughter Irene visited his mother Mrs Latisha Brick ey on Clover Creek last we ek Miss Lula Brickey is visiting her aunt Mrs Wm Mingus on Tar Fork Wm Lynch and wife of Cloverport came out last Friday and were the guests of B F Frank and wife BIRTHS Born to the wife of Wm Jarboe on the 20th a pretty girl Born to the wife of Thos Flood of Holt bottom a fine girl Born to the wife of Geo Chris of this city a fine boy BAKING DflUfilFD rUifULK Made from ureGrapeCreamofTartar JOe only excuse for buying anything but a Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking Powder is to save a few cents in price J ROYAL costs you a few cents more per can than Alum or Phosphate of Lime powders but it is worth far more than the difference to keep your biscuits cakes and pastry free from the injurious effects of these cheapening substitutes Continued use of Alum means permanent injury healtiu Avoid Alum AilmentsSay plainly ROYAL BAKING POWDER ENGLISH =DEJARNETTE Pretty Church Wedding At Hardinsburg Last Wednesday The wedding of Miss Judith Ellen Dejarnette and the Rev Evartts Eng lish was solemnized at three oclock Wednesday afternoon in the Baptist church at Hardinsburg There wore present the relatives and a large number of friends of the bridal couple Chandeliers with pink shades lighted the alcove where the bridal party stood and the decorations wore in pink and green and potted plants wore artistic ally arranged about the alter Before the party arrived Mrs With ers began to play the wedding march continuing it during the marriage core mony which was impressively said by the Rev James T Lewis of Clover portThe bride was beautiful in an exquisite dross of white chiffon over white silk made princess and wore a veil fastened to her hair with a wreath of orange blossoms She carried a large bouquet of delicate white roses and ferns The matron of honor Mrs Shaw whose dress was a lovely pink creationcarried- a bunch of pink roses The brides maids Misses Nannie Kincheloe Pauline Moorman Mary Lin Ditto and Miss Dejarnette wore white dresses and carried pink carnations tied with green ribbon Messrs Arthur Beard Franklin Kincheloe Roy Moorman and Dr C English of Louisville were the ushers The pages were Allie and Marvin Beard Jr the attractive little sons of Mr and Mrs Marvin Beard At 415 the bride and groom were at the station where their friends shower ed them with rice and at Irvington torpedoes were fired in celebration of the event The brides traveling suit was a handsome caster cloth made with an eton in the Japanese effect Her hatwas a caster shade Rev and Mrs English will be gone on their honeymoon two weeks after which they will make their home in Hardinsburg with the brides mother Mrs Dejarnette Rev English had the honor of being appointed delegate to the Southern Baptist Conventioft which convenes at Richmond Va After attending this they will visit the Jamestown exposition and Washington D CAmong the guests who were enter tained to dinner at the Dejarnette home Wednesday were Rev and Mrs James T Lewis Misses Lula Severs Ray Heyser and Louise Babbage of Cloverport Miss Etta English the grooms sister of Stephensport Chris Glein and wife and sisterinlaw Miss Metz of Tell City visited relatives in Cloverport Saturday and Sunday HARDINSBURG ThirtyEight Applicants For County Certificates Take Ex aminationOther News Notes HARDINSBURG KY Miss Ruth Haynes of Cloverport is visiting Miss Mamie Miller About thirtyeight prospective teach ers took the examination here Friday and Saturday before the examiners for the county Prof Wroe and Miss Mary J MattinglyMiss McGlothlan of Irvington is a guest at the Commercial Hotel Mr and Mrs Hughes Frymire of Union Star are the guests of Mr and Mrs Milt Miller Dr Milton Board of Hopkinsville was here Saturday to visit his parents Judge and Mrs Milton Board and at tend the Democratic Convention George R Hook has returned home from Mattoon 111 where he had been for several months- J D Brashoar of Cloverport in here attending court Mr and Mrs Zennie Frank were in town Sunday to attend the meeting Misses Louise Babbage Ray Heysor and Lula Severs came up from Clover port to attend the DeJarnetteEnglish wedding County Court next Monday- S A Pate has moved back here after a resident of about three years at West PointThe meeting at the M E church South is still in progress and may con tinue over Sunday Miss Anna Gaines of Fordsville is visitiug Miss Sallie BeardU Mr and Mrs George Wolfe of Lou isville are visiting Mr and Mrs M H Beard Dennie Sherran who has been ill for the past week is rapidly improving- Ed Glasscock of Glendeane was in town Monday HIS FRIENDS SOLICITOUSI ABOUT illS WELFARE The many friends of the Hon R M Jolly are deeply concerned about his prolonged illness No man in the county is more widely known nor has more friends They are anxious for his speedy recovery and hope soon to see him out again and at his place of business His condition Monday was somewhat improved With settled warm weather his physicians think he will improve fast IRVINGTON ITEMS Local News Notes of The Town And Vicinity IRVINGTON KY Dr and MrsL B Moraman and son Louis Bennett spent Sunday at Clo verport the guests of Rev and Mrs J T LewisMr C Smith and daughter Nellie Mrs C LCbumberlain and Misses Eva and Mabel McGlothan were in Louis ville shopping last Saturday Quite a number from here attended the District Convention which met at Custer last Saturday- Mr and Mrs D L Kemper of Gratz Ky came last Friday for a visit to their son H H Kemper for several days A B Suter of Custer spent Satur day and Sunday in town visiting friends Mrs Warren L Chamberlain of Chardon Ohio and Mrs George H Garrett of Cleveland Ohio arrived Tuesday to be the guests of Mrs C L ChamberlainMiss loft Monday for Cloverport for an indefinite visit to Mrs JT Lewis Alford Hawes of Owonsboro has accepted a position in the drug store owned by Dempster and Lyons Mrs R T Dempster and little grandson Philip Dempster left for Glendeane last week after a short visit to Dr and Mrs P E Dempster Mr Clint Beauchamp moved his fam ily from Hawesville last week and has rented rooms from Mrs Bowman on Maple street Mrs Ed McAfee after being the guest of her mother at Clovorport has returned home Miss Rebecca childs left for Branden burg Sunday after spending a few days here the guest of her sister Miss Nannie ChildsLittle Eva May Chapin loft Saturday for Falls of Rough to visit her aunt Mrs Charlie HouchenI Dr S P Parks was in Hardinsburg last Friday on a business trip Mrs June Stith and grandsons have returned after a visit to Mr and Mrs Charlie Stith at Ekron Mrs W BGardner returned Monday from Chenault accompanied by the Gardner babies G B and Nannie Lee where they had been visiting Mr and Mrs Bert Cunningham- Mr Frank Haynes purchased a small farm from Spiral Kasey near Basin Springs for 1000 He will take poess ion at once Mrs J O Chapin and Mrs Will Bowman spent Monday in Cloverport the guest of friends and relatives G N Bandy was in Cloverport Mon day on a business trip tv I rr- i Ji 0 lit WJ M rffflim IV j6 J I IJ AII 1 j h1 J i hfj11 + yt 1 rV I I tZ 1 t I iW 1 t o iI t f 1 it F I j 1 y h gJ f N i if f i It t t I ri i H j t 1 j 1 Ky rC w 7 t Ir r f f r t i I f DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the new- snna 4sway to know of the wonderful cures by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy It Is the great medi cal triumph of the nine teenth century dis covered after of nent kidney and blad der specialist and Is wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst form of kdney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need IIt has been tested In so many ways In hospital work in private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement ha been made by which all readers of this who have not already tried it may have y sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out ifyou havekidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generouj offer in this paper and send your address to Dr KllmerCoBing Thw made years byDr pacer =regular fifty cent and nomeotswam noot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont make any mlstnkoibut remember tho name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y s oa every hottin Canton Ohio Druggist I was a miserable incurable it ap peared for years with stomach liver and some slight difficulty with kid ney trouble Treated by physicians used all patent medicines I heard or knew of No relief But suffered a continual sinking and falling off in flesh until I was treated with Denn a 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 fDENNS SURE SAFE SSPEEDYCURE TNt DISCOVERER IOYEARS ON CRUTCHES WAS CURED IN 3 DAYS 2573 MLl OfljdWli L DENNS SSSC COx LCOLUMBUS 0 x1 a 25SOLDG Severs Drug Co Cloverport Ky E F Guthrie Hardinsburg Ky Sent on Approvat Send no Money WE WILL TRUSTYOU 10 DAYS200 HAIR SWITCH Send a lock we will null a 22Inshortsem fine human hair switch to match If J4 satisfactory remit 200 In ten days Extra shades little more Inclose 5 cents postage Mrs A Lord Louisville Ky 3SO 4th Ave Room 402 H Deli HOORMAN Attorney at Law- l1AKDIrSi3URi KY theCourtst er iticlui intention e vn o ol ectlons road cats mid crmiiml prn tire ULCIIM to urftcUc In tint ofl silts lli trlcl Courts OIHiM jvtr Hunk of Hurtlnikliur L II 4 ST L TIME TABLE KAbr itotmi Noltotldfr Pli I JIM iiprtrrp- 50T AM tvjiti i ll vi vl n flu out y rrlveat L iisvllIoTd A 1 No 12 tally Mull and KtprossIoiivasOlo verportSJB A 111 sk p itsway stations arrives Louisville 1215 pm Train No 114 bully tart mull loaves Clo verpurt IW p in stops at all way stations oust of Clovfrimrtuxwpt Mystic arrives at 1oulll1I167if pm Train No IK Dully except Saturday do Cloverports3oNo IIIIf RtpriHs Saturday only leaves Cloverport I4A Ip in arrives 1ouUvlllc US5 p m niMhe Ill xiopsoxcopt Adcllson Sum Long1trarWEST BOUND No 117 Dally oxcot t Sunday Cloverport accommoduuot uaven Cloverport 800 a m arrives Eraajmlla 900 am expresstOOVCIIatUawusvilleStanley Henderson and Kransvllle arrives St LouIs 730 p m Train No 113 Mall and Express dally arrives Cloverport 740 p m KTansvllIo 1030 pm Stops at all stations No I1S dally fit Louis fast tralnloavesClo verport IlO0 PM arrlvos Evansville 135 A uawesvllleOvNo 117 Rxpross Sunday onlv loaves Olo pInbetweenLoutlivlllesleepingcars148 httween LouLsvlllo fwd St Louts Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No S dally except fHunday leaves Fordsville 0n m r yes Irvington 840- a Ill Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fords villa 310 p m arrives Irvington 520 p iiTram No 6 Sunday only Fonlbvlllefl30 a m Irvington 1103 a m WEST BOUND Tram No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlnitton 850 am arrives Kordsvllle 245 pmTrain No5 Dally leaves Irvington 650 m arrives Kordsvlllo 925 D m Jury Places the Blame San Luis Obispo Cal May HThe coroners Jury holding an Investigation Dyer the bodtei of tho victims of the wreck Saturday afternoon at Honda ands that the wreck was duo to do fectlra equipment of the ftonthern Pa lUo Railway company SNAPS VIEW OF IT1 Former Secretary of the Treas ury Talks on Public Ownership Government Employees Never as Effi cient as the Employees of Firms and CorporationsTenure of Office In thei Civil Service Breeds Slipshod Waysi There are over 20000 public servants exclusive of presidential appointees under the direct supervision of the deportment at the head of which I had the honor to temporarily preside They are a good conscientious painstaking body of men and women and yet 1 It the treasury department were a prl vate enterprise every whit as much work could be accomplished with ia reduction of onethird In number ant onefourth In the salary of those re mnlnlng This condition Is not to be charged to civil service rules and reg ulations of which I most heartily ap prove but to the Inherent nature ot public service Some years ago while walking through Lincoln park Chicago I no tired a group of twentyfive or more men pushing lawn mowers Stopping to make some inquiry of a policeman I innocently asked why the city did not use mowers drawn by horses I shall long remember his reply I guess you dont live in Chicago do you How long do you think the city ad ministration would live if it mowed the park with horses The cornerstone of the city hall In Philadelphia was laid on July 4 1874 but the building was not completed until the first year of the present ccn tury The capitol at Albany was begun in the sixties It was far enough advanced to be tho scene of an Inan enrolI ball In the seventies and was completed all save tho tower for which the foundation was found In sufficient In 1800 In the meantime tthe two great political parties alter oneInrperformed work on the building The appropriation for the public building in Chicago was signed by Grover Cleveland and about sixty days ago I made final settlement and signed the draft for the last payment and was then able to answer public I proI built as most structures of its charac ter erected by the government The Harlem river extending from the Hudson to the East river eight miles in length was dredged by the government to a depth of fifteen feet in seventeen years Now note a few Instances of private enterprise In 1004 the Pennsylvania railroad began the construction of twin tunnels through the mud beneath the l extendl York and beneath the East river to Long island City and now at the end of two yours fools confident that its fifteen miles of nineteen foot waterproof timnol will bo completed and in use within the contract period of four yearsJohn n McDonald begun work on the subways of New York In March 1000 and had nine miles with double track and stations In operation In four years and seven months These instances Illustrate the natural the necessary and the inevitable differ ences between private enterprise and government work and might be multi plied indefinitely I do not know that I can explain theIreasons why these differences and always will exist better than to recite a very commonplace experience I eeelved a telegram some days ago from tho cashier of n little bank in which I am interested It read I am offered M2r 0 an acre for your East Boyer land What shall I do I answered You know better than I do Do as you think best To this ho replied I hlnk the laud Is well sold Those tel grains were not even preserved But Ilf I had been acting for the govern anent I would have had the land ad vertised for sale I would have sent a commission to examine nnd appraise- It I would have had not less than two subordinate officers of tho department go through all the papers and submit their recommendations I would then have rendered final decision but I would have been careful to preserve n complete record of everything lest on some unhappy day after my retirement and perhaps after my demise an inves tigating committee appointed per chance by an adverse congress would make Inquiry and falling to find posl ivo proof of honesty would make a report filled with suggestions of doubt and that would be quite enough to brand my name with shame My sub ordinates took the same precautions and safeguard their reputations with an equal amount of red tape whenever they sell an old horse or wornout piece ot furniture- It Is the appropriate function of the government to safeguard the Individ unl and to see that the game of business is fairly played that Ute cards are held above the table and that everybody is given a square deal It Is not the appropriate function of tho govern ment to sit in the game Control Easier Than Operation Tho plea for municipal ownership seems logical in communities that appear to be unable to control public utility corporations But if cities with all their law making and law enforc- Ing power cannot cope with corpora ions which operate by their sufferance would they bo more able to manage these companies themselves Kansas City Star I IBlack Jack Notes Mrs Lon Shacklett has returned from Guston where she spent several days with her sister Mrs Ava Burch Mr and Mrs J H Shacklett spent Saturday in Brandenburg the guest of their daughter Mrs Chas Price Mr and Mrs W D Prather were iin Brandenburg on business Monday Clarence Allen was in Brandenburg MondayMrs Will Wright who has been seriously ill is now improving Mrs Rosa Sipse is yet very sick but is thought to be some better Mr and Mrs J H Shacklett attend ed church at Buck Grove Sunday and took dinner with Mr and Mrs R P HaganMr and Mrs W D Prather spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Jim Sipse near Buck Grove Miss Lena Hardesty and sister were in Flaherty shopping Saturday after noonMisses Lillie and Dona Miller and Lula Sipse called on Misses Lena and Ola Hardesty Wednesday Mrs Nannie Foushee of Hill Grove spent Thursday with Mrs Rosa Sipse Mrs Lamb and Lizzie Brown were in Ekron shopping Saturday afternoon Wash Sipse of the Masonic Home in Shelbyville is visiting friends and re latives here He is now the guest of his neice Mrs Lora Downs Charlie Ritchie of Flaherty purchased from Emerson Bradley last week ia nice mare paying 175 cash Clayton Bradley has a valuable horse that is very sick For a cold or a cough take Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup It is BETTER than any other cough remedy because its laxative principle assures a healthy copious action of the bowels and at the same it heals irritation of the throat strengthens the bronchial tubes and al lays inflamation of the mucous mem brane Contains Honey and Tar pleasant to take Children like it Conforms to the National Pure Food and Druglaw Sold by All Druggists ThroneHeir to Spanish Madrid May ItThe news that the llrect male succession to the throne if Spain has been assured by the birth restorday afternoon of a son to Queen Victoria sent a thrill of rejoicing throughout the country and the happy event Is being celebrated from one end of the land to the other Queen Victoria and the child aro both doing well All of the good qualities of Elys Cream Balm solid arc found in Liquid Cream Balm which is intended for use in atomizers That it is an unfailing cure for Nasal Catarrh is proved by an everincreasing mass of testimony It does not dry out nor rasp the tender airpassageslt allays the inflammation and goes straight to the root of the dise use Obstinate old cases have been cured in a few weeks All druggists 75c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New Yor- kGLENDEANE Alf Wells of Junction City Kans sent Joe Ashley two Kyotos They are about one third grown There was quite a crowd went to Hardinsburg Monday from here T L Curtis went to Louisville this last week on business Ed Allen of Louisville was the guest of Miss Maggie Bowman Sunday Nolie Ashley and Miss Jennie Kipor spent Sunday at Kirk Ed Monahan went to the Falls of Rough Sunday- C W Dean and Bill Burnette have tobacco plants large enough to set out The L H St L Work train is working on the branch this week and they stay in Glendeane over night Mrs Aaron Evans died Saturday night She was living on Mr E H Deans place Miss Mandy Dean has returned from lOuisvilleJ is no better at this writ ingMiss Sallie Moorman is sick Dave Allen of Rock Haven was in town last week Mrs Willie Askins of Oklahomo- is visiting Mrs J B Mattingly this weekMiss Mamie Harper of West View is visiting Mrs Chas Harper this week Aaron Stone is visiting at P B Hos kins this week Frank Ruppert was in Glendeane the other day and he reported that they were going to fix the mud holes That tickled the Rural Route man Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Wood Purifier Eree If your blood is impure thin dis eascdlor full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle 3 bottles for 1250 or 6 bottles fcr 15 Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases as it cures after all else fails TALESMENI I SOUNDING THE Jury In Haywood Case Will Bo a Cars fully Selected One Bolso Idaho May HThe exam Inatlon by counsel both for tho state and the defense In the present endea vor to secure a Jury for tho trial of W D Haywood charged with complicity in the murder of exGov Steun enborg is chiefly directed to the ques tlon of attitude toward circumstantial evidence capital punishment and the absence of tho prisoner from Idaho when tho crime was committed They also sock for possible feeling as to former Governor Steunenberg person ally and carefully question the tales men as to formed and expressed opin ions and tho possibility of their re moval by competent evidence They ask as to the effect of the letter ol President Roosevelt designating Hay wood and his associates as undeslra bio citizens the speeches of Secretary Taft aid the acts of Governor Gooding andtho Idaho legislature and carefully seek for prejudice against Socialists and members of the West ern Federation of Miners and possible bias against members of labor unions generally The line of sympathy with or interest in the organization of mine owners and the Citizens Allance and possible local alliances in tho church the lodge and the political party la also covered Selecting Haywood Jury Boise Idaho May 17As the work of jury selection in the Haywood case proceeds difficulties in tho way of com pleting the panel seem to be increas ing One after another of the tales men have been excused because of tho strong opinions they entertained as to the guilt or innocence of the ac cused of conspiracy in connection with tho death of Steunonborg One man called for service but dismissed by the court indicated that he was prejudiced against tho state because of various acts attributed to the prosecution dur ing the last year Each side still has nine peremptory challenges to exercise and there remain 57 members of the special venire to draw from Cascasweet for babies is the best remedy for colic summer complaint diarrhoea and sour stomach It is es pecially good in cases of teething when irritation affects the stomach and intes tines Cascasweet is a pleasant safe remedy containing neither opiates nor narcotics all the ingredients are print ed plainly on the wrapper Endorsed by mothers because it acts so quickly Sold by All Druggists Voted FlftySeven Million Harrisburg Pa May 17The Penn sylvania legislature of 1907 has passed into history with a record of having appropriated 15000000 for the public schools 7000000 for good roads 6000000 for pensions for Pennsylvania soldiers of tho civil war and 29 000000 for public and private chari ties and various other purposes A twocent taro on steam roads creating a railroad commission enforcing the constitution regulating railroads and an employers liability bill is some of tho most Important legislation which has been enacted 1 Let me send you free for Catarrh just to prove merit a Trial size Box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy It is a snow white creamy healing antiseptic balm Containing such healing ingredients as Oil Eucaliptus Thymol Menthol etc it gives instant and lasting relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat Make the free test and see for yourself what this preparation can and will accomplish Address Dr Shoop Racine Wis Large jars 50 cents Sold by Severs Drug Co- Oldest Dog Dead at Twentyone Lexington Ky May 17Cutle age twent one the oldest dog in the world it is said had to be put to death here To end its sufferings a veterinarian muzzled its mouth with a sack which was saturated with chlo rorform The dog belonged to James Captain Long who preceded Cutle to the grave only three years Let me mail you free to prove merit samples of my Dr Shoops Restorative and my Book on either Dyspepsia The Heart or The Kidneys Address me- Dr Shoop Racine Wis Troubles of the stomach Heart or Kidneys are merely symptons of a deeper ailment Dont make the common error of treating symptons only Symptom treatment is treating tho result bf your ailment and not the cause Weak Stomach nerves the inside nervesmeans Stomach weak ness always And the Heart and Kid neys as well have their controlling or inside nerves Weaken these nerves and you inevitably have weak vital organs Here is where Dr Shoops Restorative has made its fame No other remedy ever claims to treat the inside nerves Also for bloating biliousness bad breath or complexion use Dr Shoops Restorative Write for my free Book now Dr Shoops Restorative sold by Severs Drug Co Two SI tin In Drunken Fight Gffoencastle Ind May HTwo Italians employed by tho Sims Co construction company west of this olty were shot and killed in a drunken rtcht in which Italians and colored men wero engaged Three colored mon werq arrested brought here and placed in jail- Deadly Premature Explosion Charlotte N C May HA tho re suit of a premature explosion at a camp on the South ft Western railroad near Marlon fourten men are dead Tired Nervous W6men Make Unhappy Homes MRSNELLIE MAKHAM MRSGEO AJAMES A nervous Irritable woman often on the verge of hysterics is a source of misery to everyone who comes under her influence and unhappy and mis erable herself Such women not only drive hus bands from home but are wholly unfit to govern children The ills of women act like a fire brand upon the nerves consequently seventenths of the nervous prostra tion nervous despondency the blues sleeplessness and nervous irritability of women arise from some organic derangement- Do you experience fits of depression with restlessness alternating with ex treme irritability Do you suffer from pains in the abdominal region backache bearingdown painsnervous dyspepsia sleeplessness and almost continually cross and snappy If so your nerves are in a shattered con dition and you are threatened with nervous prostration Proof is monumental that nothing in tho world is better for nervous troubles of women than Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs Thousands and thousands of women can testify to this fact Mrs Nellie Makham of 151 Morgan St Buffalo N Y writes Dear Mrs Pinkham I was a wreck from nervous prostration fact mqu ills the from native roots contains no and the for thethe has ever and file in tho which to its ONLY ONE OF The Specific Charge to Which Abo Ruef Pleaded San Francisco May 17The spe cific charge to which Abraham Ruef guilty was that of extortion of 1175 from the of the French restaurant to secure a renewal of their liquor licenses which had been revoked be cause they served drinks in private rooms The case was based on only one of many other against Ruef each a similar offense Ruef claimed the money was given him as an attorney fee but this was denied by the pro prietors of the various establishments who testified before the Jury they could not secure license without yielding to Ruofs demands Tho trial of Schmitz on the first of the of extortion set for next Monday CaSTOBX4Bears You Have Always of a Fifth Avenue HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgrj v I suffered so I did not care what oocame oz me and my family despaired of my recovery failed to help me I was urged to try Lydia E Plnkhama Vegetable Compound and I want to tell you that it has entirely cured me I think It Is the finest medicine on earth and I am recommending it to all my friends and acquaintancesMrs James a life long resident of Fredonia N Y writes Dear Mrs Pinkham I was in a terribly run down condition and had nervous caused by female trouble in I had not been well since my children were born This condition worked on my nerves and I was ir ritable and miserable I had y remedies without getting much help but Lydia E PinkhamB Vegetable Compound brought me to health and strength It has also carried me safely through tha Change of Life I cannot too strongly recommend medicine Mrs Pinkhams Invitation to Womoii Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to communicate with Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Moss From the given the trouble may be located and the and surest way of recovery advised Out of her vast Volume of experience in treating female Mrs Pinkham probably has very that will help your case Her advice is free always helpful LydIa E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made and herbs narcotics or harmful drugs today holds record largest number of actual cures of female diseases of any medicine world known thousands of voluntary are on laboratory at Lynn Mass testify wonderful value LYdia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound a Womans Remedy for Womcas Ills J MANY Guilty pleaded Wednesday proprietors Dclmonico indictments charging that voluntarily grand that Mayor charges is the- Signature BflJjW THE f Physicians A prostration tried back your promptly symptoms quickest knowledge and testimonials Dover Del May HThe jury which has been investigating the death of Horace Marvin jr has ren dered the following verdict That Horace N Marvin Jr came to his death from exposure the fourth day of March 1907 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 affOd prompt relief for weak kidneys baoV ache inflammation of the bladder ant all urinary troubles Sold by All Drug gists Direct testimonyi connecting negro soldiers with the shooting affray at Brownsville Tex on the night of Aug 13 last has been given in the investigation being conducted by the senate committee Yalta May 13Grand Duko Nick olas Nicholalevltch was married here Sunday to Princess Anastasia of MQ tenegro The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the cltyimaklng a 1200 rate Only one block from the principal shopplngldlstrlctbnd two blocks from the prlnclpaltheatres Street cars pass the door to all part of the city t Everything neat and iclea- nr rr lii 4Ff j I J 4w LOW RATES T- oLOUISVILLE y ViaThe Southern Ry Accou- ntLouisville Spring Races On sale May 8 It 15 18 25 29 June 1 5 and 8 Good to leave Louisville returning two days afterii date of sale I i y va Y i TV IT r 1H 1 ii iiJ11- II iiI I I I 1 t t I I I I I l j iAri ti M JEWELRY The finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks ClocksSilverware SilverwareHolloware HollowareFlatware Musical instruments and findings TI Ci Lewis Son Hardinsburg Ky CATARRH jjTo prove unquestionably and beyond anydoubt that Catarrh of the nose and throat can be cured I am furnishing patients through druggists small free Trial Boxes of Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure Ido this because I am so certain that Dr Snoop Catarrh Cure will bring actual substantial help Nothing certainly Is so convincing as o Physical test of any article of real genuine merit But thnt article must possess truo merit also the test will condemn rather than advance it Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure is a snow white healing antiseptic balm put up In beautiful nickel capped glass jars at roc Such soothing agents as Oil Eucalyptus Thymol Menthol etc are incorporate into a velvety cream like Petrolatum Imported by Dr Bhoop from Europe If Catarrh of tho nose and throat has extended to tho stomach then by all mains alsouse internally Dr Hhoops Hestonitlvo Stomach distress a lack of general strength bloating belching biliousness bad taste etc surely call for Dr Shoops Restorative For uncomplicated catarrh only of the nose and throat nothing else however need bo used but I I Dr Sheeps- Catarrh CureSE- VERS DRUG C- OSATISFACTION IN LUMBER Spring Is Opening Up That Calls For Lumber TELLUSVHATYOUVANT Well figure out the lum bor you need No worrying about that- Satisfaction I in lumber is a big thing But you can get it here Let us have your lumber I order today Wo have what you want Seaton Weatherholt I Cloverport Ky LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET GOI- NGORrORATXDI Fast Mall and Passenger Ides between Louisville and Evan ville- Steamers TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wednei day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p in Through freight crates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than b- rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville tl7B Clovorport to Evansville I7S Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock GeneralOffice 154150 i58 4th at Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS IB Fe and P A r GEOH WILSON Silt Snbscrlbe for The News NEWS OF KENTUCKY Ttrcley Told Information Caneirnlnfl Matters of Current Interest to KentuckIans TILE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL tfer Are Found Accurately Itslled the Happenings of the LargMt ImI port Which Art Attracting Attn tlon Throughout Kentucky Newport Ky May HAII a result of antigambling agitation In Newport a peculiar situation developed in con nection with numerous arrests Chief Llckert assisted by nearly every mem ber of the police force raided a crap gome almost opposite pollc headquar ters The proprietor and about twen tyfive well known citizens were caught several of whom claimed to be only spectators and every cell in tho jail was crowded City Jailer Ben Ploeger was among those captured and ho experienced the unusual sensa tion of being locked up in his own jail It was found necessary to release Ploeger on bond so that he could In turn officially release the others aa fast as bond was offered TWIN TROTTERS Unusual Exhibition on the Breeders Track at Lexington Lexington Ky May 14ln training at the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breed ers associations track in this city are a pair of twin trotters Star Prodigal and Starless Prodigal So far as can be learned they are the only twin trot ters ever trained and if given records wll be tho only twin trotters in the listThey are both bays by Prodigal 216 dam Kathleen Rogers the dam of Senorita trial 208 Mutlawn trial 212 Martha Simons 220 Ashlawn 224 and J Allerton 226 No trotters have been taken up to be trained this year that have created more interest than these twins With tho exception of a star in the forehead of Star Prodigal and the absence of the star in the forehead of Starless Prodigal they are perfect matches In type conformation size and color INCREASING THE PURSES More Vinegar Being Put Into Churchill Downs Races Louisville Ky May 13 Manager M J Wlnn announces that for the last three weeks of the spring meet Ing at Churchill Downs there will be no purse races run for less than 500 The handicaps will also be increased accordingly This will mean that at least 3000 additional a week will be distributed among the horsemen The owner of the 1908 winner of the Kentucky Derby in addition to getting 5000 in money will be given a gold plate costing 2000 by the New Louisville Jockey club TRAINS FATAL PLUNGE Bridge Gave Way and Cars Fell Into Creek Fifty Feet Below Flemlngsburg Ky May nTwo are dead two others are fatally in jured and ten are seriously injured as the result of an engine and two coaches breaking through a double decked trestle on the Cincinnati Flem Ingsburg Southeast railway two miles from here falling fifty feet to the creek below The dead Harry Thomas Cinch natl unknown laborer Fatally In jured Clarence Browning engineer Flemlngsburg Miss Amelia shod grass Covington Ky Tragedy at a Dance Henderson Ky May 13Near Leeds Ky Saturday night Thomas Horn was killed by James Campbell and the murderer was arrested and brought here and placed in jail The men attended a dance and it Is said Horn stepped on the skirt of Camp bells girl and he was invited outside where he was hit over the head with- a blackjack by Campbell and instantly killed RUNS CEASELESSLY ON Flooding Tide of Immigration to Amer- Ica Shows NO Signs of Turning New York May HThe flooding tide of immigration to American shores runs ceaselessly on and new high water marks for the Influx of Europes migratory hordes are being recorded every month in the port of New York Already the month of May bids fair to far outstrip the April record when 133452 immigrants pour ed through the gateway of New York Into the country Five transatlantic liners brought in over 5000 immigrants yesterday and the officials at Ellis Island say that there are no signs of cessation of this European invasion Tho woljsprlngs of this human stream lie principally in southern and middle Europe He Was Not Insane Gainesville Ga May ItA J Hul soy who was brought here late last Tuesday for safe keeping died in a jail colt from hydrophobia Hulsey was recently adjudged insane in Stephens county and as there Is no jail there he was brought here for con finement A well defined case of hy drophobia developed last night and It is declared that the man instead of being Insane had been suffering from rabies FOR YOUNG MEN The State Executive Committee of Young Mens Christian Associations of Kentucky is promoting a plan by which communities not large enough to or ganize a Young Mens Christian As sociation may still be accorded some of the benefits of the organization- The plan is to appoint in these places a representative of the Committee known as a Corresponding Member He seeks out young men who are leav ing home and reports their names with such information as desired to office of the State Committee Through corres pondence the Committee endeavors to surround such young men on going to their new places of residence with the best possible influences Letters of introduction are given by the Corresponding Members to such as may desire them to the Associations in the larger cities where the yotng mon will be cordially received and will be aided in securing employment good homes and Christian fellowship or if they go to smaller places they are introduced to the Corresponding Mem ber at that point who renders the same assistanceAlmost every prominent city in the country has a Young Mens Christian Association and there are now fifty in cities towns colleges and among railroad men in Kentucky besides Cor responding Members in onehundred places where there are no Associations One of the many valuable features of the Young Mens Christian Associaton is that it offers a free readingroom and place irf resort to all young men where they may spend their evenings under good influences Among other things the Association offers social parlors evening educational classes enter tainments lectures gymnasiums em ployment bureaus boarding house lists classes for Bible Study Young Mens Meeting Etc etc If for no other reason than this we are glad to call the attention of parents and teachers in fact all friends of young men to these organizations in most of ourcities and many of the larger towns and villages of our coun tryThe State Executive Committee has lately appointed as Corresponding Member for Cloverport Messrs Lilburn E Smith and Ira D Behen R R Shops who will be glad to have reports of all young men leaving home and will give any aid or information about work for young men that may be in their power DeWitts Carboliied Witch Hazel Salve does not merely heal on the surface it penetrates the pores and promptly re lieves pain caused by boils burns scalds cuts and skin diseases It is es pecially good for piles Beware of imi tations Sold be All Druggists The Couriers Offer Elsewhere in this issue will be found an advertisement offering the Daily Evansville Courier for 150 per year NEVER BEFORE has such a liberal offer been made whereby you could secure a newsy and uptodate newspaper for such a low price The Courier occupies the front rank in newspaperdom of southern In diana and is as complete as brains and 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 in augurated by The Courier in the last few years is characteristic of the pro gressive policy of its management and emphasizes the fact that nothing is too good for readersOUR for giving you this opportunity to se cure The Courier at this price is that we feel that once we secure your sub scription you will always be one of our readers and make this concession in order to get a trial subscription Loves Home News Claremont Cal May 12 1907 Kind Editor Will you please change my address from Pomona Cal to Claremont Cal 1 like to hear from old Breckenridge every week I live within four miles of the mountain in Orange county Every thing looks nice up here Wishing you and the News success I am- Your friend Peyton Shumate Santa Barbara Cal May 13Whl1e hurrying northward over the Coast line of tho Southern Pacific railroad Saturday homeward bound after aI weok of fraternizing and fiesta in Los Angeles 146 Shrlners of Ismalla Tern plo of Buffalo and Rajah Temple otI Reading Pa with their families and friends were hurled into the midst of death when their special train run ning fifty miles an hour struck a de fective switch at Honda a lonely sta tion on the sand wastes of the Pacific beach derailing the train smashing the coaches into flinders killing thirty five almost instantly and injuring more than a score of others The bod lei of twentyfive lie In the morgues of Santa Barbara and ten more are at San Luis Obispo The injured many of whom are terribly hurt and will probably die are In two sanitariums- at Sac JAil Oblapo FOUL PLAY SUSPECTED Body Found In River at Detroit Has a Gash In the Neck Detroit May 17A partially decom posed body found In the river near the mouth of the Rogue river has been identified as that of William Adams a furnace man whose home was in Wellston 0 and who has been miss ing since Oct 2 last He had been working here several months before his disappearance There Is a gash in the neck and an open jacknife was found in the pocket The day before Adams disappeared he drew his sal ary check of 7450 at the Detroit Furnace company and he also had on his person that day 400 In bills The check was found In his clothing while the money Is missing The gash In the neck and the disappearance of this money lead to a suspicion that he may have been murdered Piles get uuicK and certain relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Please note it is made alone for Piles and its action is positive and certain Itching painful protruding or blind piles dis appear like magic by its use Large nickelcapped glass jars 50 cents Sold by Severs Drug Co Will Meet at Asheville Nashville Tenn May 17The next general conference of the Mehtodlst Episcopal church south will be hold at Asheville N C in 1910 Such was the decision reached here by the spe cial committee to decide the matter applnted at the last general conference in Birmingham Delegations from Richmond Va Kansas City Mo At lanta and Now Orleans urged claims of their respective cities Triple Tragedy at St Louis St Louis May 17Nelson Haynes colored early this morning shot his wife and Henry Adams also colored in his home on Pine street and then turned the revolver on himself Ilnynos and Adams are both dead and UlG woman can not live Adams had been employed to care for Haynes who the police say has been temporarily In sane for several days Don Pay Alimony- to be divorced from your appendix youkeepNew 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 Bonllla Arrives at Galveston Galveston Tex May 17 General Manuel Bonilla exiled president of Honduras arrived at this port from Progresso Mex on the Norwegian steamer Molina today and will remain several day Although General Bo nllla stated that he was in search of hoalth it was learned from another source that he would make Lila way from Galveston to New Orleans where be would board a vessel for British Honduras and go from thence to his awn country where he expects to again find enough of a following to re instate himself Into the presidency lows This We otter One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure P J OH ENEV CO Toledo O We the undersigned have known F J Clionoy for the lust 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In nil business transactions and financially able to curry out any obligations made by his firm WALlJlNa KINNAN dMAItINw- holesaleDruggists Toledo O Hulls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and muous surfaces of tho system Testimonials sun tree Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by ull Druggists Take nulls Family Pills for constipation CANT SETTLE DOWN Opposing Factions In Honduras Are Still at War Puerto Cortez May HWar Is again breaking out in Honduras ac cording to travelers arriving here from the interior The fighting this tints Is between the same armies which took part in the conquest Just com pleted but with a new alignment of parties The quarrel Is over who shal be president Nicarguans as well as Hondurans comprise the present belligerent This time however the Nicaraguans Instead of fighting as conquerors trr marching under the guise of pear makers their object being to supp rr with arms one of the presidential an pirants Presbyterian General Assembly Columbus 0 May 1GThe llUh annual session of the Presbyterian general assembly convened in this cir today The morning session was d votional Dr Ira K Landrith of Nashville Tenn moderator of the last general assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian church which a year ago voted to unite with the Presbyterian church preached the annual sermon I Ninety Miners Lose Their Lives City of Mexico May 13Nlnety men lost their lives in a fire in the Tenares copper mine at Velardona in the state of Durango Tho fire IB still raging and is said to bo boyond con trol Thirtyfive bodies have boon ro covered up to this time Tho burning mine belongs to the Guggenheim interests O A et T OEIXA Bun the You Have Always Bqtfl Signature tl dY r A Line or fitcaI DIAMOND BRAND SHOES HS Diamond Brand Shoes mean seven v specialty manufacturing departments mak ing complete lines of shoes at different 1+ prices withan appropriate place foraJ it every inch of leather in one grade or another resulting in no waste This is J Hfof why more value for the money is found + l inDiamond Brand Shoes t f mJM ANOTHER DIALER IF YOURS HASNT THEM W 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this years crop is inevita ble tend to the belief that the produce will share in the high prices derive from this particular cereal to say the least The belief that dollar wheat has come to stay and that the sharp advance Quoted in the pit was not merely the manipulations of gamblers is founded on reliable reports from all the whea consuming countries to the effect tha home consumption will exceed the sup plyand lhg fact tht countries thfl nilve heretofore exported the grain arcs now purchasing it to supply horn demand From Germany Hungary Rumania Bulgargia and Russia report of shortage in the crops are coming to the United States That these countrie will be in the market for wheat is prac tically assured which virtually leave to the United States the dictatoria power in the price of the cereal While it is possible that some of these countrie may be able to supply the home demand the only competition to the United State in the wheat markets of the world wil be Argentina Canada and British India And it may develop that the Unites States will be unable to export any of her crop Certain it is that what is leftover and above that which is needed for home consumption will be very limited Throughout the great wheat belts untolc injury has fawn done by the backwarc season and the deadly bug That the farmer with a healthy wheat patch is in the swim is very evident And while it is claimed by some author ties that he will realize as high at 125 and possibly 150 per bushel for his crop it is safe to say that if he realizes a dollar and a margin over for good measure he will be satisfied And present indications are that he will be satisfied The candidate on a good weather platform is our choice for President ENTIRE fAMILYS SKINN AffECTIONS Mother Suffered Six Years with Eczema Baby Cured of Heat RashFather Mother and Child Have Scalp and Hair Troubles ALL GIVE THANKS TO CUTICURA REMEDIES My wife had eczema for five or six years It was on her face and would come and fo We had read so much- about Cuticura Remedies that we thought we would give them a trial We did so and it has now been about four years and she has never had a signor eczema since She also used them both about a year ago for her scalp T3ho had very thin hair and Cuticura helped her hair myself Used Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Oint ment some time ago for falling hair I now have a very heavy head of hair and it does not fall out We used Cuti Curft Remedies for our baby who was nearly bald when young She has very nice hair now She is very fleshy and we had so much trouble with heat that wo would bathe her with Cuticura Soap ud then apply Cuticura Ointment it quickerthanthe Cuticura Remedies Mr H B Sprinemlre 323 So Capitol Street Septl0SKIN IRRITATIONS Soothed by Cuticura when All Else Fails For rashes itchings chafings indam- drations blotches strong perspiration seal crusted humors of skin and scalp red rough hands itching tender feet and sana tive antiseptic cleans ing of infants children and adults Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment tho great skin cure and purest and sweetest of emol lients arc indispcnablo toall whowould enjoy life free from these distressing ailments Extern and Internal Treatment for Every Humor of IDlanl Children and Adultl ron elate of Cuticura foe n 25c to Cleanse the8ilnv We to lleal tbe Skin and CuttcuriUesolveat 1 or In the form of Oioco per vial of 00 to furlfrtneSOld tbrowbouube world sirIfee Htsocsre wn dkSD Uut HIOIS dS OF E VS POLITICS The nomination of Dr P W Foote for representative by the Democrats in convention at Hardinsburg Saturday is an attempt to drag the American Society of Equity of Breckenridge county into politics That this is the program outlined by the men who dominated the convention Saturday is plainly evident The News does not desire to dictate to any man or party nor does it attempt Ito say to the American Society of Equity or the recognized leader of that organ i zation in this county that they are not capable of managing their own affair but having at heart the welfare of this society of tobacco growers it does wish to offer a few suggestions- Dr Foote is a strong farmers man and has taken an active interest in the American Society of Equity to the extent that he is recognized as a leader iin that organization In view of this fac should he become the candidate of any political party Would not his very prominence in the tobacco growers or ganization react to their hurt the mo ment he becomes the standard bearer of any political party Ahouso divided against itself will surely tumble down and likewise any organization that is dragged into politic must eventually come to an inglorious end The American Society of Equity was organized independent of politics it has progressed thus far withou aligning i slf with any party Good men of allparties are leaders in the or ganization Thus it can plainly be seen what the outcome will be whon the leaders are persuaded by a political part y to become its standard bearers merel for the prestige the party would get It would mean that in the heat of a political campaign utterances would be made upon which men working to the same end in the tobacco organization but of oppo site political faith would disagree the leader would be denounced by one element while another element would take issue with their brethren in the same cause strife and dissension would be come rank within the party and the inev itable result would be a collapse of the organizationThe believes that Dr Foote ould best serve the interests of the A S of E organization for whose welfar I he has so diligently labored by declining the nomination tendered him Saturday Mo man can serve two masters acceptably and should the doctor become a candidate he must of necessity slight the vork so badly needed in the farmers rganization and for which he is so well fitted The New York City Federation of omens Clubs has taken the stand that woman has the same right to propose marriage as man The question is how is she going to twist the phrase This is so sudden into proper use when she pops the question When you are inclined to the idea that fate has not done its duty by you thiuk what the farmer has been up against this Spring and then whistle a tune Senator Forakers attacks on Taft and the national administration should cause a big demand for paregoric Gold Ore Discovery Reported Near Yarned Editor News Harned Ky May 20 = It has just been reported that a- few days ago some persons were going through Buffalo Hollow near here and when they were crossing the stream noticed some shining particles in the water Making further investigations they found that the sand for quite a distance around contained a quantity of the substance Th e ground was then examined and two pieces of hard substance were found which con lined metal corresponding to that found in the sand It has been examined by several persons who say it is gold The persons whO found the metal say it is not far from a vein of coal which bas been known to exist for a number rears but the exact place is not fowl except by tbe persons that made the discovery All who have examined the pieced believe it to be the genuine metal A further investigation is going to be lade as soon a possible by some one that can tell whether or not the gold exists in paying quantities Some years ago time metal of a similar kind was found near the coal vein bnt little was thought of it The present Iscovery has led many to believe that gold exists some where near there At the present writing there is much talk about the matter but the parties will not make their secret known until can find out the value of their die Jithey FULL REPORTI Of District Sunday School Convention at Stephensport Stephensport Ky May 21 The District Sunday School Conven tion which met here Friday May 17 was a decided success from every stand pointIThe convention came together al j 1045 After singing All Hail the Power of Jesus Name Rev Arga bright called attention that all should engage in this great work The reading of the twentythird Psalm was followed j by prayer by Rev Roberts after which the program was taken up Our Welcome given by Rev F R Roberts in the name of the people of Stephensport was very gratifying in deed and in the response by Mr V G Babbage cooperation in Sunday School work was brought out calling to mind the text from Galatians 62 Bear yejj one anothers burdens and so fulfill the law of Christ The following verses were read in connection- If I help you and you help me We both are helped thats plain to see j And I am sure and are not you 1 Tis what our Lord would have us do- dThen when we 0 tis sure that He Will help and bless both you and me Im sure my creed will stand it brother Will yours If so well help each other Then creeds and deeds will well agreeIWhen I help you and you help meIRoll Call Gethsemane no report Raymond no report Roberts Bottom no report Sample report read by Mrs 1 Will Jolly with a full report includingI the contribution of f240 Shiloh by Rev A L Osborne was very good the school having been organized j but a short while Union Star school was reported The report from Poplar I Grove school was read Tucker school reported and it has been organized only a short while Next was the report from the Stephensport Methodist Sun day School Several schools not re portedAppointment of Committees Committee on ResolutionsV G Babbage N G Gilland Rev L C ArgabrightCommittee on NominationsRev F R Roberts Andrew Crawford Samuel Gilbert Eli Brown For the ReporterMisses Esther Payne and Cora McCoy The doxology being sung we adjourned to meet at 1 p m After devotional exercises conducted by Rev A L OsUorne the reports were read R A Shellman submitted in excellent report of the Stephensport Baptist Sunday School Mr Hendersons subject came next which causes each and ovary one of us to know that we should be up and 1 doing The greatness of the Sunday School by Miss Cora McCoy was lighly appreciated Mrs F R Rob erts read a most interesting paper on Christ and the Children Mrs Drain not being present her efforts and 1 rayers are with us This the workofI the Home Department in this paper eing the words of our blessed Master 1 Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature 1 Mr Gillands remarks on To awaken the Parents should not be forgotten Rev Roberts remarks were very ispiring impressing the need of the Cradle Roll and Home Depart jj- ment Next came the report of the committee on the Reporter and the collection taken on same to the amount of 200 We urge the people of the Union Star Magisterial district to read this ReporterThe officers were elected Cor the year 1908 President Joseph tewart Vice President John McCoy ecretary Miss Sarah E Richardson The following resolutions were adopted I Whereas we regard the Sunday School work in connection with the istrict Sunday School Convention as one of the most important features toward the uplifting and sustaining of Christianity be it Resolved That it is the sense of this district convention that all Christian workers in whatever denomination should give their aid and personal presence in building up this work Resolved That we extend our thanks to the Christian people of tephensport for their hospitality in entertaining the convention also to the members of the Baptist church for thee of their buildingN a 1 L C Argabright Com V G Babbage J We trust the good seed sown at this invention may produce an abundant harvest Joseph Stewart Pres Sarah E Richardson Sec The June Smart Set J H Twells is the author of the nove which opens the June number of- The Smart Set The story is entitled One Mans Hour and is a purely imatic tale full of action and adventure A young English publisher falls inf love with a beautiful American girl and follows her to Paris where the real storybegins The remarkable in dents which follow should cause the most jaded reader to become enthusiastic JUST I I THISIf you through carelessness or design miss seeing the line of dress goods on display at B F BEARD COS you are certainly letting a splendid opportunity escape you WHY Because we have the best line and biggest variety of the neatest and nobbiest patterns you will have an opportunity of seeing Wash Goods White Goods Wo are still selling calicoes American and Simpsons at 6c per yard These grades could uot be sold at that price if bou ht on the market today Our early purchases and the quantities in which we bought them gave us the opportunity to ease our customers over the high tide in the price of these goods hence these prices Lotus Lawns all shades 5c per yard Bizan Batiste Gc per yard Videlle Batiste tc per yard Organdies all shades lOc per yard Beautiful line of Batiste and Organ- dies at 12Ac and 15c Bristol Suitings at 20c Chiffon Silvette cream blackand blue a beautiful fabric price 27fc Fancy Suitings all wool 36 inches wide price 50c Panamasa well known and highly appreciated cloth50c to 1 per yd for 5 IV THE 0u the Best for all elMr arl those Opiates Lautirt Honey JMTM the contain N Fan by all Jamestown Rates Va 26 1907 to Nov 30 1907 Season tickets 2860 60 days tickets 2725 30 days tickets 2250 10 days tickets 1550 From Clover port to Va and return 15 day ticket for 2250 000 Fares 118 114 115 and 118 and all trains Round trip tickets will be sold at rates to local good to return 000 L H Ac St L One Gay Colonist Rates to and the and Old 1 to April 30 Sept 1 to Oct 31 1907 000 Spring races May 0 June 8 fa round trip from May June i Good to return three days from date of sale Benchy Head is one of tho highest of the cliffs Its Is 504 feet above the sea The coast leas cliffs than Beachy Head is 710 feet and Great Ormes Head 078 feet St cliff Isle of beats all these It it 850 fH high This department is full of beautiful patterns Give satisfaction both in the appearance of the goods and in the India Linons lOc to 25c Cambrics lOc to Linen Suitings to 20c Lawns lOc to 40c Swiss Goods lOc to 35c Irish Linens 45c to 60c 10 Linen Sheetings at 100 per yard- REMEMBER Hope is yet lOc Hoosier GJc per yd By the bolt 6c Jeans 12 c the latest prices reasonable quality and per cent trade discounter every cash purchase Yours very truly B F BEARD Sc CO Hardinsburg Ky NEW IDEA ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUBH SYRUP ENNEDY AXATIVE ONEY AND AR Pores fouls Children RedClomBIOIHIIHErottlCIIWI liserh otoih cures constipating especially containing Xeonll1la and Tar bowels OJW Sale Drxlggists Exposition Norfolk April Norfolk Special Weekend Excursion Every Saturday trains Sundays reduced points Sunday Kates California Northwest Mexico March Louisville Cloverport 111825 English summit Welsh several higher Holyhead Catherines Wight quality lSlo l2c quarter New York Camlet All THE and exchange your dollars for a check bo ok with which to pay your bills domestic or business you take the shortest cut to increased fidaucial standing by placing at your back the splendid strength of our bank The B ank o f Cloverport solicits accounts and herewith calls public atten tion to its increased facilities for exped icing business and to its manifold advantages in safeguarding the checking of depositors accounts An inquiry into its new and progressive methods is earnestly solicited BANK OF CLOVERPORT OLOVERPOKT KY Australia holds an odd record For nearly a thousand miles along her south coast not a single stream reaches the sea Jamestown Exposition Via AshevilleAnd Land of the Sky With stopover privileges- Go One WayReturn Another- A delightful trip through the picturesque mountain country of North Caro lina at low rates Forillustrated litera ture rates and full information write any agentSOUTHERN RAILWAY- C H HuDgerford Dist Pass Agt- Louisville Ky Feminine Friendships Few women take the trouble to die sect their friendships They take them for granted and accept every one as a friend who pecks them on the cheek and calls them dearest That wmJ Terj4ltond1 ous but In the generality of office tbr affection Is not very remarkable for rte depth or the length et its duration Loadoa Ladto Field T TT J I f I t jjInIn r titi- tit i i r t I i I i 1t 1 1- i I f i r I Ii f 9- dtte 0 = Is m iseft eftai for 011 Ghe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 22 1907 PERSONAL AND LOCAL Read the Want Ads 1Jno W Vest Is In St Louis Tissue paper C cents per roll James S Younger was ill last week Miss Florrie Hardin of Holt is here t Harry Newsom was in Louisville le week t Old newspapers two bunches for fly centsWilliam White was ill with measles last week Subscribe for the News It gets better every week Prof Edwin Wroe went to Hardins burg Friday i ti aiNews Office Eastman Kodak Camera for sale News Office Mrs Dick Perkins is ill at her home on the hill ftMiss Ethel Baunon is visiting iin HawesvilleJoe was here Sunday from HardinsburgMise Bowmer went to Owens boro Monday Roy Moorman was here from Hardins burg last week Miss Ray Heyser went to Louisville yesterday shopping Shapinsky Bros Sacrifice Sale forI bargains in Clothing Carl DeHaven is visiting his mother Mrs Mary DeHaven Lawrence Murray has returned home from Williamson W Va Dress up at little cost at Shapinsky Bros great Sacrifice Sale Miss Maud Bannon of Eddyville iia the guest of Mrs Joe Sawyer Mr and Mrs Reuben Marlow of Tell City are the guests of relatives Back Numbers of the Ladies Home Journal on sale at the News office Miss Claudie Pate is the guest of Mr and Mrs Wave Ruff of Owensboro i Dr F L Lightfoot has begun work on his new residence on High street Mr and MrsAlfred Heston were here 1 Sunday the guests of Mrs J H Wills Jrhe Girls Club will be entertaine- t r is afternoon by Miss Louise Babbage Mrs Nathaniel Tucker and l1rs Chas Jacksou have been visiting in Skillman Miss Elizabeth Skillman has returned home from a delightful visit at Mays villaChildrens Day services of the Method 1st church were postponed until next Sunday 1 Rev B M Currie and Mr Wick lr Moorman attended conference at Maceo ilast week If you do not get your News every Wednesday kindly telephone to the News office 1 j B H Basham of Dukes who is attending school at Hardinsbnrg was J here Monday 2000 rolls new wall paper just received 1 l 2C a roll gilt paper 5c while it lasts at T F Sawyers e Frank Pierce of Owensboro was the guest of Mr and Mrs W C Sexto- Wednesday evening Miss Mildred Potts of McQuady returned home yesterday after a visit to Mr and Mrs Potts Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 25 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Suits Hats Shoes Shirts and all Bother wearing apparel for men go in IShapinsky Bros Sacrifice Sale lias1 Annie Simmons and Miss Vivian Miller Cannelton were the guests of Miss Nora Hook Hardinsburg lat t week Charleston Ditto who has been living in Oklahoma City has returned to Ken tucky and will probably locate in West Point Contractor James K Bramlett and a- copse of carpenters of Irvington aret here at work on James YounKers resi lience Wall paper fjir a room 15x15 0 ft high j 0c s5c and OOc this week No mail seder filled at these low T F tfevSawyer f KMr McIntyre a first class paperhanger is now permanently located in this city Leave your order with Tait Sawyer Harry G Newsom has leased the Hardinsbnrg Cloverport Turnpike Road for a term of 2M years beginning jine 1st1907- xhe Home Bakery Co has put into service a new bread wagon It is nicely painted and makes a most creditable Appearance otherwise Jrs Kemper of Irvington accom d by Sher sister Miss Ollie May rkson of Big Spring were at The 61 bach yesterdayLouisville Times t Atthemeeting of the District ConI r fwence at Maceo last week Mr W C Moorman of this city was ctedas one the four delegates from the district to the annual Methodist Conference which meets at Columbia Ky in Sep temberEd Gregory has purchased of the Cloverport Real Estate Improvement Co a house and lot on Third streett between High and Front Consideration not given Wash Sipes of the Old Masons Home Shelbyville was here last week visitln his old friends He is looking well an In fine health He says the Old Home is a fine institution vialsMiss Rosa Aguew who is the guest oftIfit Galveston and Oklahoma befog- e returning home which will be sometime in September instead of ne monthMrs Elliott Sheffield of Chicago who has been seriously ill with inflammatory rheumatism is Improved and expects to be able to come here in Jul with Mr Sheffield to visit her parents Mr and Mrs C S Lamb R O Heyser who has been connect ed with the C O Coal and Coke Co of Cincinnati 0 as traveling salesmen f has accepted a position as retail manage er of the H T Wilson Coal Co of Detroit Mich Mr Heyser is at hom for the present on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs F T Heyser Entertain to Dinner Mr and Mrs Taylor Beard enter tamed to dinner last Monday at their hospitable home in Hardinsburg the following guests Mr and Mrs Joel j Pile Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard bras Reid and Mr Jno D Babbage Mr and Mrs Beard are most genial hostl and hostess and it is a pleasure to be with them Wool Delivery At Irvington Saturday May 25 1907 Please have your wool in bestt possible condition Dr P W Foote I GARRETT Robert Roby and Will Funk spent Sunday at home Misses Luetta and Zelma Miles wasi in Flaherty Saturday shopping- Mr and Mrs J M Tindall spent Sun day with their daughter Mrs Jack Collins of Big Spring Mrs Clunbia Easton is visiting her familydThe Misses Redman entertainedI Sunday Those present were Misses Connie Orsbone Rena Ritchie Iva Mary and Edna Redman Laura and j I Desssie Wheatley Messrs Guy Lee Lawrence and Raymond Orsbone Carl1I Redman Gusty Wheatley and Perry RitchieMr W Miles and family enter tained Sunday Mrs Mary Ritchie Martha Tuell and family Misses Fannie and Lizzie Shacklett and Karl Ritchie Young Men Wanted All young men who want to enter business pursuits have now the oppor portunity of a life time if they will only equip themselves with a good commercial edncation It seems much whenI large commercial schools like the Business University at Bowling Green Ky arc almost daily called upon for more book keepers than they can supply willn1I gladly furnish literature fully setting forth the cost time etc required to complete a business education Resolutions Bowling Green Ky May 14 1907 Whereas death has entered the hos of our former student and has cloven down Mr Anel Brown who so recently walked and worked among us and asi we are deeply sensible of the loss there fore be it resolved by the faculty and students of the Bowling Green Businessi University in Chapel assembled First That we grieve not only fo the parents and relatives of our deceased but with them Second That we are consoled by the fact that the deceased was permitted to die in the home of his parents and further that while he was here he had he attention of his teachers and fellow studentsand the presence of his father Third That we recognized in him an openhearted spirit and a charity that are rarely surpassed and further we commend his kindness to all young men- Fourth That we commend to the bereaved family the God who can heal broken hearts Fifth That a copy of these resolu tions be spread upon the record of this University and that a copy be sent to the bereaved family and another to the Breckenridge County paper- J L Kollorohs W S AshbyII J L Harman C E Fox 80 lung as there are writers of books there will be many who will never resort to tho painstaking labor of Wordsworth as Indicated In the journal of orothy Wordsworth William has 1 come back tired He has spent all the day In thinking of aa adjective for the eackoo Governors of Jamaica In the duys when Australia Caned- and South Africa were nonexistent as arenas of Imperial administration W rgovernorship of Jamaica was a important post Peers and even dukes gotdays They have become very stay at home personages Jamaica has a trio of dukes on Its vice regal roll The therefli22dand the Duke of Manchester served no less than three terms a record 1803 1813 and 1S22 London Chronicle An Architectural Eruption- e A worthy but rather illiterate man who had come suddenly Into the pos consultzt ing with his architect relative to the building of a costly mansion The gen oral plan had been decided upon hut j tho details had not been conshlurol You will want a portico of course V yBallI the architect Oh yes Any particular design Well something oriental That would be n good place for you to have caryatids Why said the other somewhat puzzled lerbad that when I wan boy It broke out nil over me but I de0 with n portico Harbor Water A Scotch port has an Ingenious sta tion for signaling to Incoming and out going vessels the depth of water In the fairway A mast on top of a small rectangular building has a vertical cable on either side one carrying four large balls at specific distances the 1other three Each ball represents a andslowered on the cable by a float In the harbor connected to gearing in the signal house At high tide all seven balls ore visible but as the tide falls one by one the balls disappear At night a system of powerful lights in the face of the building Is used These lights are automatically turned on and off at the correct time Dundee Adver tlser The slightest emotion of dIsinterest- ed kindness that passes through the mind Improves and refreshes It pro ducing generous thought and noble feeling We should cherish kind wishes for a time may come when we may be able to put them in practice Miss Mlt ford The Camel Although long a captive and for ages perhaps the most serviceable of all the creatures which man has won from the wilds the camel is still only partly domesticated having never ac haired even the small measure of af fection for his master which we find In the other herbivorous animals serviceIof mint The obedience which he ren tiers is but a dull submission to In cvltable toll The Intelligence which ho shows Is very limited and so fill as can he judged from the accounts of those who have observed him there Is but lltile variation In his mental quul ities As a whole the creature ap pears to be Innately the dullest suit least Improvable of all our servitors Insects of the Hour Because half a dozen grasshoppeHunder a fern make the their Importunate chink while thou sands of great cattle reposed beneath the shadow of the British oak chew the cud and are silent pray do not Imagine that those who make the noise are the only inhabitants of the Held that of course they are many In num her or that after all they are other than the little shriveled meager hop ping though loud and troublesome In sects of the hourEdmund Burke 1 in Reflections on the Revolution I1m France Gagged the Rabbit A Sportsman on the Llmitshum es tate North Devon had a rabbit whlclt1 had caught It under a ledge The rabbit could walk only very feebly though all Its limbs were found to boi sound In Its mouth however was a thick twig about three Inches long which had become wedged In behind the teeth In the rabbits rush fromI some threatened danger The animalI withrIts paws and was being gradually starved to death when it was found by the dogLondon Standard Death For a Kiss The rules and regulations which en viron unmarried girls In France are exceptionally strict when compared with those of England and America On the other hand compared with the social laws of Spain I think those of France are favorable to the Jeune fllle I havo personal knowledge of a case In which a young Spanish girl shot herself because she had been kissed by a young man and because In consequence of this small indiscretion her life had been made unbearable by her relatives Paris Letter In London Madame What Worried Marks Mother- I was always told that I was a sick ly and precarious and tiresome and 01medicines i of my life I asked my mother about this in her old ageshe was In her eightyeighth year and said- I suppose that during all that time you were uneasy about me1 Yos the whole time Afraid I wouldnt live After a reflective pause ostensibly to think out tho facts No afraid you would Mark Twain IB North American Review DISTRICT CONVENTION- s Of Sunday Schools Composing Bewleyville Magisterial Dis trict at Irvington June 1 The Sunday School Convention for the Bewle ville Magisterial District will be held at the Presbyterian church Irvington Ky Saturday June 1 1D07 The following is the program 10 a m Song- DevotionalRev E Graves Welcome Address S P Payne ResponseZ Stith 1030 The Sunday School As a Seed SowerDr S P Parks Song 10M5 Teachers TrainingE A Fox 1100 How Shall We Hold the Boys in the Sunday SchoolMiss Mary Payne ll10 Bible Story Mies Nannie Lee Frayser 1130 Report of Schools Appointment of Committees and Collection Noon Recess liO Song and Prayer Sonic Suggestions for the Primary TeacherMiss Eva Carrigan 150 The Three WsJ B Hern don 200 The Sunday School the Avenue to Opportunity Mrs Eliza Jolly 215 The Adult DepartmentEA Fox Song 230 Advantages DerivedFrom Be ing a Sunday School PupilMiss Bet tie Taylor 245 Relation of the Pastor to the Sunday School Rev E Graves 300 Address by Miss Nannie Lee Frayser 315 The Teacher Before the Class B F Wilson 330 Report of Committees and Un finished Business Adjournment SaUl Dowell Pres Norris Kurtz Secy Work at the Dugan Hill lrvington Ky lIay21Speclal Work is now being done at the Dugan Hill near this place A prospective for The Irvington Lime Stone Companys lime plant U- utts Pills This popular remedy never tells tc effectually cure spepsia Constipation Sick r ddache BiliousnessA- nd ALL DISEASES arising from a rpidLiverandBadDigestionThe and solid flesh Dose small elegant ly sugar coated and easy to swallow ke No Substitute rti WantsIit l1 atCInepoplarwcathcrboardlnMllh P UrelnBuslncsspartment In that institution lireckenrldceNews FOR EYCIiANGFA piano for II span ot d1TcrecccV1XMNTED Correspondents tit llarned undTT Qurlleld mrticularsClovcrport Ky WANT D Cook woman preferred no zlliIr settingworthorRreckcnrldge News Cloverpt Ky tilebrunchacreclearediflacresIncornorNewsCloverport FOR SALE machlncsandGasolineEnLouisville Ky LAND FOR SALE It SALEISO nearSlnklnRfroOarlieldImprovemeats rooms Rood tobacco and stock barn corn crib 46 soldFine DRabbage boolOetj Bargains In I DUROCSFor 1 Buyersi I jftWm af young ones Also four Gilts dirt cheap T 7 iE p NARDAWAYii IrvIagtoH Ky WJ I MEET ME AT NOL- TESSATISFACTION I IIi r I The universal satisfaction afforded to wearers of Queen Qualitytf1 shoes is attested by the ever grow Wing demand It is only because of their exceptional merits that mJ women show a marked preference c thec I show you the new Queen 1Istyles we have on display Qualityii of the Oxford camel IIMore weekI IIIIc Cloverport Kytt WJ Spring Cleaning ITh Bed Bug Killer I I I25eI t I MOTH BALLS 10NIA1 STRAW HAT CLEANER ISEVERS DRUG CO t IDIII fif III- Ii C4 emm i2 IMANY COLORS IJosephs en fJmvy of brethren ra good in House Paint demands colors 1Ii M fully selected to with each other I of color obtained sixteen yearf in fa House Painting is placed at service of I customersBERT EAVINI ICloverport I CLOVER PORT PLANING MILL GREGORY COMPANY PROPRIETORS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY have Contractor James M Lewis associated with us and furnish plans estimates buildings Work is of good material and workmanship our prices are have several grades of roofing at prices from 1 to f squareOur Ruberiod last as long as building i 1 iLiluiullll I 1 I I ill f IIIIIIIIIIIII- I fi f IiIiIIIIII lllleq Ii p IIIlhI Irn l i i iff I1ij Jliiiii- iIllyti 11 ili9IIJIIIi ihJiiIi- iiuCadick Milling Coe MIn Coat were the his But taste ing new care harmonize and with the surroundings My knowledge durability by experience HighClass freely the my Ky m We can and for Our Mill best and reasonable We 325 per best will the Ip II- Jl Every day makes new converts fot CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR Those who have tried it know its qualityThey know it makes the most de licicus 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 125 ROUND TRIP FR M Brandenburg Irvington Guston Ekr on ad all Branch Line Points to LOUISVILLEKENTUCKYWEEK HENDERSON ROUTE I On Saturday May I f Special Train Leaves Fordsvlllem m G 30 a mHardlnsburb m 8 14 Irvington 9 10 Guston = 9 18 Ekron 9 20Brandenburg 9 34 Mailing stops at Intermediate points Returning leavesLouisville at 615 p m FOR FULL INFORMATION ASK THE AGENT f A I j j i I I BI I t- Bt c Or 0ad 0Col 1- T f s a f fy 1i- P Fi Anc I j I I EPIDEMIC OF SUICIDE tint Effect of Unprecedented Drou In Yucatan Meridla Yucatan May 17The n precedented drouth which has pare ed this district entailing enormous losses in all branches of business an agriculture is held responsible for ware of suicides among the wealth e and prominent classes In thre weeks there have been seven cases lulclde News was received here that Lorenzo Rlcnlde a millonaire plants- bad shot himself through the hear- on t his estate near Motul Juan Mal Bono a commission merchant whose business had suffered killed himself here letting himself down into a we and there blowing his brains out R n mon Molina a merchant and land ow er killed himself In his home earl r yesterday morning by swallowing Croat quantity of mixed poisons TilE TEXAS VONuiR Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles sold byall druggists lf or two months treatment byIII 1 Dr E W Hall 2020 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Keutuck estimonials Their Meetings Are Secret London May 17Fully aware that their every movement is being watch ed by members of the Russian secret police the delegates to the Russian Social Dmocratlc congress now In ses alan here are taking every precaution to Insure the secrecy of their deliberations In order to avoid the ne cessity of going out to lunch thus giv ing outsiders a chance to approach them they have Installed a buffet in the chapel where they meet and here they sit all day long listening to speech after speech and engaging in debate When your food h as not been proper ly digested the entire system is impair ed in the same proportion Your stomach needs needs help Kodol ForI indigestion and Dyspepsia not only di gests what you eat it tones the stomach and adds strength to the whole body Makes rich pure blood Kodol I conforms to the National Pure Food And Drug Law Sold by All Drurglstatt Hau Pronounced Sane Karlsruhe Germany May HThepreliminary investigation into the ease of Karl Hau of George Washington university Washington D C having boon concluded the prosecutor will charge him with the murder of his mother ht law Frau Mollter at Baden Baden last November Han has under gone a series of tests to determine whether or not he was Insane and the specialists under whose observa tobl 11y Best Friend I p llMiaV13b terV ilo iivM on Rnual fcout I tort Edword N Y says iDr Kings New Discovery is my but earthly friend It cured me of asthma six years ago It has also performed a of wonderful cure of incipient consumption for my sons wife The first bottle end ed the terrible cough and this accomp lished the other symptoms left one by bne until she was perfectly well Dr Rings New Discoverys power over coughs and colds is simply marvelous No other remedy has ever equaled itbFully guaranteed by Severs Drug Co SOc and 100 Trial bottle freenIsI Will Appeal to Bonaparte Washington May 17 Oklahoma ReF dpublicansoral Bonaparte to Interpret the eectI tlon ordinance of the new state consti tution as a last hope of finding some legal way of calling an election for sat August or September to choose be Mate and county officers The Pain- Family in You know them they arercnumerous and make theirnlpresence felt everywhere The ble names of the family are Head ache Toothache Earache Backache Stomach ache Neuralgia to etc They are sentinels that warn you of any derange ment of your system VhenSE the brain nerves become exhausted or irritated Headache to makes you miserable if the stomachnerves are weak in digestion results and you double up with pain and if the more prominent nerves are af fected Neuralgia simply makes life unendurable The way to stop pain is to soothe and phstrengthenMiles AntiPain Pills do thisPI The whole Pain family yield to their influence Harmless if taken as directed fir find Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills an excellent remedy for overcoming head coacheof all sorts I have used them for the past seven years In this capacity with the best of results MRS JOE MERRILL Peru lndhDr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by druggIst who will guarantee that 1thefalls he will return your money K9 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Indsosoen BRIEF JDISPA ICHES thaATURDAYTho Massachusetts senate without A dissenting vote passed a bill prohib ntting socalled bucket shops in that stateh againstaIndII weekeItEuropean crop reports are llttlo better than our own and partly explain wheatrcorntFire caused a loss estimated at J500000 In the building at New York occupied by Sheppard Knapp Co 1dealers in furniture volcanonsituation is rendered more alarming yby frequent earthquakes Proceedings are to be instituted against twentyfive different railroad companies to exact penalties for vto lotions of the safety appliance law MONDAY IJnpan Is seeking to establish diplo matic relations with Turkey recelyyed the names Alfonso Plo Cristlno Eduardo The biennial convention of the Cath olio Knights of America is in session at Cincinnati Sydney Proble fifteen years old shot and killed Morris W Heath aged eighteen years at Bowdoin Me Ninety lives were lost in a fire which occurred In a mine in the town of Velardona state of Durango Mex The Russian lower house of parliament which adjourned April 30 for the Russian Easter recess reassembled today Preparations are now in progress for taking the Cuban census tho pri mary purpose of which is to make pos slble a fair and square election TUESDAY The extra session of the Missouri trade legislature The Wheat has on has adjournedjj gone out on Brigadier General A L Meyer has tafcen formal ommand of the Department of Texas William Waldio a farmer living 1wifeted suicide More than a score of families were rendered homeless by a fire which swept through Lincoln N H sustaining a low ofJIOOOOO A landslide at the village of Kiems bach Switzerland destroyed a number of houses killing three persons and Injuring many others The quefljlo n of the fcnjexationof the Congo Free Sate To DlllinT prob clamber IWEDNESDAY t Burglars wrecked the jjahk building- at Rlchvlew 111 and escaped with 2300The federation of all the republics Central America is now being urged in certain quarters The strike in the textile mills at Orizaba Mex Involving more than 12000 operatives has been practically settledThe safe of the Yates City Ill was blown open by robbers who their escape The amount taken not known The steam shovel workers on the canal are on strike the men- emanding 300 per month Instead of present salary of 210 The grand jury at Lima 0 has returned thirtynine Indictments against Individuals and corporations alleged to parties to the socalled bridge trust THURSDAY The Carnegie hero fund commission has announced 21 new awards The debate on the Congo question the British house of commons was without result- Guatemala avers that nothing has taken place on her part to justify strained relations with Mexico The mutilated bodies of two men in the Chicago river have fur ished the Chicago police with a dou murder mystery Mexican officialdom maintains an attitude of absolute ignorance relative the preparations being made for the Guatemalan revolution On a plea of guilty of murder in the degree John Stapp fifteen years old was sentenced at St Louis 99 years in the penitentiary FRIDAY Cincinnati IIt moving actively to secure the next Democratic national con ventionStagnant conditions continue to prevail In the groat securities markets- of the world Rev Dr W H Roberts of Philadel ia was elected moderator of the general assembly The date for the assembly of the first Philippine legislature has been fixed for the latter part of October President Zelaya of Nicaragua is credited with an ambition to form a- nfederation of Central American statesTho Southern Baptists convention met In 52nd annual session at Richmond Va with an attendance of 4000 Two witnesses in tho Brownsvlllf Investigation testified they saw nears ldiers shooting up the Texas tow the night et Aug II t injunction Against Election Washington May 15 Governor Frantz of Oklahoma and the delega tion from that state who are in Wash ington to confer with Chairman Sher man and members of the Republican congressional committee regarding the constitution adopted for the new state have received a telegram an nouncing that a permanent injunction was granted by Judge Pancoast at Alva Okla in the Woods county case restraining the governor constitutional convention and county officers from calling an election prior to Novem ber 1908 I 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 until several bottles were used when our boy was completely cured Best rf all blood medicines and body building health tonics Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co 50c High Priced Horses Cleveland May 1riAt the Faslg Tipton blue ribbon sale Major Delmar the most conspicuous of American trotting geldings was sold to William Bradley ot New York for 12000 Blacklock went to William B Chis holm of Randall 0 for 17500 and George G brought 10000 the purchaser I of the latter being the same as tho purchaser of Major Delmar CelebraleN Her veiityFirst Birthday at Abby lle Kansas Dear Editor As Mrs J D Meador Sr informed me that your paper comes from her old home I thought it would be no more than right to let her friends know how she is through your paper On her seventyfirst birthday MayI 8 she gave a dinner which was heartily j enjoyed by nil present Her guests were Mr and Mrs D M Shuyler Mr and Mrs J M Holtyclaw Mrs Ada Pence of Rich Hill Mo Mr and Mrs Mack Mathis Mr and Mrs J D Meador Jr John King and children Mr and Mrs Emmett Bates Mr and Mrs John Hall and MrsCora L Teese I did not get to stay long with them but the day is so placed upon my memory it will never be forgotten Music was furnished by Mr Emmett Bates Mr Meador received several nice presents which were tokens of love from her devoted friends and relatives From Your Friend Cora L Teese Abbyville Kansas R F D No 1 A tNarrow Escape- G W Cloyd a merchant of Plunk Mo had a narrow escape four years ago when he run jimpson bur into his thumb He says The doctor wanted to amputate it but I would not 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late and early I have been connected with the Street Railway Co for more than a year work half the night light work and good pay Well I will now mention the important part to you You will find enclosed postoffice money order for three dollars With best wishes to you and succes to your paper in its fight for temperance and good morals of old Breckenridge county I am Yours truly J W Jarrett CASTORIAI Por Infants and Children v The Kind You Have Always Bought Sears the Slgnaturoof IMh N11AAAcrM MM NNYwwWMilAYVrNIIAAM MIWwM1 f- Ej MONT ROSEf MONT ROSE is a beautiful chestnut sorrel stallion 15 34 hands high full made fine style and perfect action Absolutely the purest gaited biggest gaited and straightest gaited com binedhorse in this part of Kentucky He is a most elegant and perfect breeder His products are of fine size and great action what it takes to make an all round horse and for color form f and fitish are hard to equal After a careful study of our county and its needs we present to 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+44++ tlo1oH ++ rye sent ashore for the day shift said the captain Weve got to make our fight now Looks as If twos our last chance and a mighty slim one The dories brought the tired men from the beach They lad worked hard all day but they were ready to work still harder now They realized that one way or another this was tho end of tho big job The little tug bouncing up and down on the waves was throwing her whole weight on the tow line Alvin Bearso stood by the donkey engine ready toI take In every Inch of tho cable The partners were In the bow The buckets were flying from the hold She gained a heap last tide mur mured the captain This extry high water and the waves ought to help her like fun But Im frald twont be enough and tomorrer the soueaster 11 land with both feet Waiting was the hardest thing A half hour seemed longer than an ordinary day The wind gained In forco little by little The tide crept up the barges side At 1 oclock It was far higher than It had ever reached before and so powerful was Its rush that the huge hull quivered In Its grasp The water seen by the lanterns light was the color of chocolate streaked and marbled with lines and eddies of foam Half past 1 The captain put his watch In his pocket and wiped his fore headI know how IIt feels when youre waltln to be hung he observed Thirty minutes for the firm to live Brad then A mighty blow from a wave a trem ble and then a roll The lanterns In the rigging spun around In circles Tho men on the deck and below fell In heaps The Freedom lifted straight ened and then began to rock In her cradle Tho cables sagged Into loops Their silent partner the tide had come to the firms rescue Bradley got upon his feet Haul taut he screamed Before the order was given Bearse was back at his en glue The windlass shrieked Captain Titcomb roared through his speaking trumpet The towboat shot forward then back her screw thrash ing the water The little You and I bobbed beside her She was pulling tooAnd then a long scraping breath less Interval A halt a shock and pushing a wall of sand before her the Freedom plunged Into deep water There was no cheering A subdued murmur like a sigh came from the crowd on her deck Men drew sooty arms across wet foreheads and looked at each other without speaking She was off the shoal but far from being out of danger yet She must be got over Into the deep hole behind the Point where she could safely ride out the coming gale And to get her Into this haven there was only the little tug to depend upon Could the tiny craft do It In that wind and sea If not then the barge would almost sure ly drag her anchors would strike again and then well then all the work and the triumph so nearly won would count for nothing They brought her up to her anchors out In the middle of the channel There they waited for the tide to turn The silence was heartbreaking Only now and then did any one speak In clusters by the rail they stared at the big waves and the foam streaks gild Ing by At last Captain Titcomb snap pod his watch case shut and shouted through his trumpet The towboat puffed Into position The anchors were lifted from the bottom The time for the final test had come Then tho little tug showed what she was made of Coughing panting like a bulldog straining at a chain she pulled at that hawser and slowly at first but gaining headway as she moved in the dead water of the slack of the tide the Freedom followed her through the channel around the edge of the shoal Into the cove and safety At ten minutes to 4 that morning the last big anchor was sent down There shouted Captain Titcomb Shell stay where she Is now If It blows hard enough to frazzlo out t handspike Boys the Jobs done Knock oft They answered biin with a cheer that woko the cat from his sleep beneath tho stove at the lighthouse The tug took them to the Point They perched all over her heedless of the cold and the flying spray The men were wildly excited over the un expected good luck They cheered the partners again and again and gave three groans for the quitters mean Ing Mr Clark and his friends Peleg Myrick was bearing his concertina to safe quarters in the shanty and they Insisted that he should play It Peleg protested that it was too wet for music on board that tug but they threatened to heave the push and pull planner overboard if ho didnt play Play somethln we can sing order ed Bill Taylor Peleg struck up a doleful dirge of the sea It was loaded to the gun wale with wrecks and disasters Belay that cried Barney Small Wo dont want no comeall yes Thats the tune that soured the milk Give us a boo down Tho musician considered then he feutsLinto the air that every fisherman knowsThe Is In the galley and tho rum Is In the jug Storm along John John storm along The skippers from Hyannis and he gives us bully mug Storm along storm along JohnlI Chorus howled Barney waving his cap They Joined In with a whoop Storm along John John storm along Aint I glad my days works done Storm along John John storm along Aint I glad my days works done Bradley stood by the back door of the big shanty looking out at the storm The first sickly light of morn ing was streaking the dingy tumble1 sky Inside the building the men were keeping up their celebration No one had suggested turning In Captain Tltcomb came around the corner There you are hey he exclaimed with a breath of relief Blamed It I didnt begin to he afraid youd tumbled overboard Well son we did It by crlmus We did It thanks to the good Lord for send In that whoopln big tide Tltcomb Nicker son aint ready for the undertaker ylt Now you can go up to Orluun and tell Gus Baker somethln wuth while Bradley shrugged his shoulders Now that the strain was over and they had won the thoughts that he had put aside were coming back lie was real izing that the firms success didnt mean much to him After all what did he really care- I guess Gus wouldnt be greatly In terested he said The captain seized him by the shoul ders and spun him around Look here son he cried What fool Idea have you got In your head Whats the matter with you Wouldnt be In terested The girl that risked her life to haul you out of the drink Bradley shook his head I guess you forget that Hammond was In the drink too ho said Captain Titcomb smote his partner a blow In the chest You crazy loon he shouted Is that whats allln you Do you sposo she cares a hurrah In Tophet for that scamp Listen to me I was closer n anybody to Gus when she rowed acrost the harbor that night Sam was right under the bow of her skiff He hailed her She saw himlooked right at him But she never reached out a land Left him to drown like the durned rat he Is and went on after you After you dyou understand Does that look Stop Bradleys eyes were ablaze Is that true Say that again True Say It again Ill sing It or swear It on the Bible It you want me to Why you ought to get down and crawl to that girl Shes 1111 Where you goln There was no answer Bradley was running at full speed for the beach A few minutes more and he was In the You and I heading across the bay through the rising storm and In the dull morning light bound for Orham And behind him from the shanty floated the chorus Storm along John John storm alongl Aint I glad my days works done Storm along John John sterm along I Aint I glad my days works done CIIAPTER XXI US roso early that morning The storm had awakened her Ff2JI She pulled nslde the window I shade and peered out at tho bare branches of tho silver leaf beat- Ing and whipping In the wind at the sheets of rain scudding across the lit tie pond In the pasture at the white caps In the Inlet and harbor and at the angry sea outside Down in the village the storm signals were flying from the pole on the cupola of Cy War ners observatory The southeast gale foretold by the newspapers had come She saw the lighthouse on Bakers beach a small shadowy dot In the dis tance Beyond It was the bay and miles beyond that lay Sctucklt Point Only the landward end of the long beach was visible through the smears of wind driven rain but she gazed In that direction for minutes Grandmother Baker was still asleep when Gus came downstairs The girl went Into the kitchen where Winfield gray muzzled and rheumatic came stretching and yawning to meet her She fixed the fire In the range filled the teakettle and putting on her apron began mixing the rye muffins for breakfast Every now and then she left her work to go to the window The storm was growing steadily worse P Then the reaction came The muffins were ready and she put them in tho oven She went to the sink and pumped the tin hand basin full of water but before her fingers touched it she heard the yard gate shut with a bang She thought that I Blounts boy must be coming with the mornings milk and stepped to the outside door to meet him lifting the I hook from tho staple The door opened and Bradley Ticker eon cainelri lIe wore no overcoat or oilskins and his clothes were wet through Tho rain poured from tho visor of his cap from his sleeves and the hem of his Jacket Ills face was dotted with drops like beads of perspiration He did not wipe them away but stood there on Mrs Bakers cherished In grain carpet dripping and looking at the girl before him Sho did not seem to notice his con dition nor appear astonished at his coming Her first words were strange onesOh she cried Is she lost Lost he repented Lost Yes yes The barge has the pile wrecked her Bradley seemed to be waking from a dream Oh the barge he answered slowly The barge Oh shes all right We got her off Gus gave a little sob of Joy Her eyes filled with tears Im so glndI she exclaimed I was afraid lIe Interrupted her by stepping for ward and seizing her hands Gus ho begged Oh Gus do you love me She did not hesitate nor seem sur prised Yes she said simply look lug up at him For au Instant he returned the look Then the reaction came lie swayed sank to his knees and cried like a child hiding his face In her apron And like a child she soothed him stroking his wet hair and crying silent Ily In sympathy- Oh my dear he pleaded over and- over again Ive behaved like a fool Ish child Can you forgive me She smiled like the sun shining through the last drops of a summer shower It was my fault more than yours she said I was selfish and so silly but I didnt knowI didnt knowBut you know now Youre sure The answer was not in words alono and was entirely satisfactory When ho got home Bradley swallow ed the last drop of the pepper tea provided by Miss Tempyhe was In a mood where nothing short of a gallon would have daunted him and hasten ed upstairs to put on dry clothes When he came down he went through the motions of eating breakfast and an swered as best he could the hundred and one questions regarding the float lug of the Freedom that the old maids and Clara asked He hind been up prac tically all night but was too excited to think of sleep and remembering how I uiuercmonlously he had deserted Captain Tltcomb decided to go down to the postofilce and telephone to the PointThe storm was In full blast by this time The wind screamed through the treetops and the thick ropes of rain shot downward with savage force As he entered the postofllce the postmas ter called to him through the little window In tho center of the frame of mall boxes HI Brad he hailed Is that you I Jest sent a boy uptown after you Cnpn Ez hits been keopln the telephone hot for the last Imf hour lIe wants to talk to you tliQ worst way Bradley was alarmed Had anything happened to the Freedom lIe entered the telephone closet stood his drench ed umbrella in a corner and gave the four rings which made up the Setucklt Point cull The wire buzzed and hummed like an overturned beohlvo The receiver at his oar wnllod and screeched like a banshee At length u faint Hollo nnsworoil hs on UIIIIKI 1 I A 3ummerVaction in Your Kitchen Dont this I summerwiththetemperature a New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Stove and have a cool I kitchen The NEW PERFECTION U Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove produces a working flame instantly Blue flame means highly concentrated heat no soot no dirt Oil is always at a maintained levelensuring a uniform flame Made in three sizes Every stove warranted If not at your dealers write to our nearest agency for descriptive circular The D orLuhold use Made of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled constructedabsolutely safe unexcelled in lightgiving power an ornament to any room Every lamp warranted- If not at your dealers write to our nearest agency STANDARD OIL COMPANY INCORPORATED T want to talk with Cnpu Ez Can you get him for me The life savor laughed There were more buzzing and humming Then Cap tale TItcombs voice rose above the music of the storm Hello partner It called That you You dont say Well this Is Tit comb No the Freedoms all serene Shell ride It out as slick as a duck In a bucket But theres a feller here wants to talk with you Prick up your ears now- Bradley heard his partner laugh Then another voice began a drawling high pitched voice Is that you Bradley it droned This Is me talkln Do you hoar Me Whos me Me PelegPeleg Myrlck Capn Ez wants to know what Id better do with the dynamite Ive got burled un der my shanty Im scart to death of It Tho dynamite What dynamite The dynamite I took off the Dlvln Belle the dny afore she was burned Capn Ez ordered mo to take It all out so 1 done It the next forenoon Wlmtil I do with It Ive been tryln to tell you an the capn about It bu you never give me no chance Skee zlcks Is the dlvll to dig and If he scratches that stuff up why Stop Bradley shouted It Walt a minute Polog what are you talkln about Do you menu there was no dynamite aboard the Diving Belle when she burned Yaas I took It all out that morn In Wlmtll Again Bradley shouted Stop He wanted to think If there was no dynamite aboard the schooner why why then the Insurance could be col I ngnlnIlel he callcl She certainly CTew up I beard her and felt the shock under water Everybody on the hill heard tho explosion and saw It too No Po log Much obliged but I guess you must have loft some of It Tho wire whirred and sang Then the drawling voice went on It said Capn Ez wants to know if the ex plosion want pretty small for a dyna mite one now that you come to think of It lIe says what about tho gasoline tanks Tho gasoline tanks The gasoline for the engine It had been stowed In tho bow of the schooner The receiver fell from Bradleys hand He stared at the calendar on tho wall of the telephone booth TilE END Heres to your health and happiness DeWitts Little Early Risers famous ittle pills Nasty sich headache or billiousness may come on any time tha cure is an Early Riser Sold by all druggists Thousands Dying of Starvation Shanghai May 17 Thousands of women children and aged persons who were dying of starvation In the streets of Sing Klang Fu have been placed In a camp outside the city and are now being fed by the relief organizations Famine and fever are spreading and additional families 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Circulation Department Evansville Courier i Evansville Indiana 1 jUL enas rrtr P w r4 a s i I i 00 cFIn SpringTime Many I People Need a Good J Tonic I lfr jR Boyer Writes From 1431 Sherman Ave Evans ton Ill Concerning Peruna Read Her Letter Below 1i- It ILny one bos reason to praise Peruna it IIIL is surely myself Last spring I became run down from the serious ottocta of lingering cold and several 1 complications united in pulling me down- I could neither eat nor sleep well and lost flosh and spirit I finally tried Peruna and it did wonders formeIn weeks I was like another person and in a month I felt better than I ever had before thank Penina for new life and strength LIAids Digestion Promotes Sleep Mr E Arnold Westerly II I writes I wish to asy a good word for your valuable remedy Poruna I havo taken many kinds of medicine during my life but find that Peruna stands ahead of all It aids digestion promotes sleep quiets the nervous system strength ens the throat and vocal organs I have used It for catarrh and to break up sudden colds which Is the best of all I contracted a aevero cold once which ended in pleurisy and left me weak and every change of weather would bring a return of old pains Poruna now van ishes all pain I cannot praise it enough I tell all my friends that it is the best medicine used for the ills of life If any word of mine will load others to try it you are at liberty to use my testimonial in any formM Cave New Life and Force Mr B JB1 Sellers 8331 Olive street St Ioiiis Mo writes Any roan la tuy profession often has GUSTON We are laving fine weather for farmI tugMss Lottie Unndv of Irvington i the guest of Mr and Mrs Thurnian Dowell l o Neff Sr is on the sick list Alfouzo Robbing of Irvington was iiu town Saturday on business Joe Board went to Brandenburg Sat urday on business The Woodman Lodge held their usualI meeting Saturday night They enrolled fifteen new members Mrs Fuuuii Durhiu and daughter Mary weut to Irvingtou Thursday ShoppingMr Mm Felix Cttiu of Basin Springs are the guests of Mrs Sta Smith Miss Green Catsey oarfrar Rosetta Was the guest of Mr and Mrs DunI Dowtll Friday and Saturday- Mr and Mrs hind Neafus of Irviug ton ware guests of Mr and Mrs JohnI ChildsGeorge Anderson went to Louisville Sunday to MC his wife who is bick at St Josephs Hospital Mr and Mrs P II Still of near DIg Spring were the guests of Mr and Mrs Cbas Stilt one day last week Miss Eruian Kassey of Rosetta hasI returned home after being the guest of Mr and Mrs Dan Dowell for two weeks How Vandalia Got IU Name Sonic of tine niiinos of towns are ar rived at hi k peculiar way for exam ple the town of Vnndalla In Illinois which was united In a singular manner The man who owned the land on which the prtcwjiit town of Vuudalla lis situated WitH a man without a great deal of education and wanted a lawyer friend of hill who was a wag to give him a nuns for his new town The wag suggested that the Vandals were a very noted people and that he should name the town Vundalla or the homo of the Vauilitlfl It was at that time the coming metropolis of Illinois and subsequently the capital of that state and was unmet Vandalia the home of the VuuiJnlH according to the wits suggestion Cincinnati Enquirer Young Robins There is an old saying that It you want to raise a young robin you must never let the mother bird get at it in its cage 1C you do she will poison It Many instnurcs are told of the persist ence of tho old birds In following their caged ypuag oven Into housos If they get to them oven once BO It is said the young bird or birds are sure to be found dead by the next dayWest pnlnatnr Gazette = = relied good = L D 2 8 and 4 Century Joseph I Poruna has my lackingvigorCIA her try Poruna she did satisfactory results a few weeks she her and is now happy and strong thanks Peruna myself and in t a or two to spend the a his respiratory gonehomeest and a number of my in same condition Ifoundmy system greatly invigorated new life and and now fortify my endure a strain over possible Peruna certainly is to and keeps STEPHENSPORT IThe Sunday schcol convention was veil attended and had some very inters esting Cora McCoys paper on The of Sunday School was interesting could not better Mrs S II Dix has returned fromI Uniontown Mrs W Lednon and children returned to the in Hardiusburg a pleasant to his parents Mr Mrs R A Hewitt Dix who has been sick for several days is improving is visiting at Charleston Maysville and Owen Indiana The ice supper given by the Saturdaynnight well attended Master Hobert and Nathaniel Shell Ulan returned to home Hardiusburg visiting relatives hereMrs Mary Payne has moved iu her cottage on to wife of Ed Adkinson on May iud a line bovJohn Adair sonFred Hodges and sister of Adalrwere guests of cousin Pauline Moorman Sunday Bettio Allen left Monday for Omaha Nab Mrs George Petitt passed through Sunday enroute to Gas to her husband Smith has purchased gasoline McKau han and son soon gasoline completed Geo McCubbins purchased a car of ice last and his ice house R S Skillman is able to get to his store again We glad to him so much Larne Barkley is expected home soon his bride Dr Heeler Louisville was Saturday Ho will be the Conn house June 5 0 7 and 8 doing dental workJ T Basham left Friday for Colorado for his health accompanied by Tomb of the Builder of Babels In tho year 533 A D while workmen were engaged In trenching the salt Prussia they unearthed a triangular building In which was a column white marble At the side the column was a of freestone and over it a slab of Inscribed words tho Pelcjr grand architect tho tower Babel The Almighty had ou him because he became humble Pe ru na a Standard Tonic the World OverJ From the bracing rigors of winter to the balmy warmth of springtime is a climatic change that affects every one or less A great of people however are so affected by the change as to require medical assistanc- eIf such people neglect to take a good tonio that safely tide them the trying weather of early spring the system is weakened the blood loaded with effete materials of the winter season the victim is rendered an prey to ailments- It has been the universal experience of mankind a spring tonic of sort is necessary All kinds of remedies herbal mineral have been used There usually great uncertainty as to the operation of the average spring tonic Peruna on the other hand has been use for so many years in such a variety of climates and by such a multitude of people its beneficial operation for spring ailments has become a practical certainty Peruna can be upon as a spring tonic It cleanses the blood by correcting the diges which is the source of blood tI8Mr Townsend snito Blk St Mich writes am grateful for what done for family friend advised to which with most In was completely restored to usual vigor well to have Peruna when tired and overworked in every tI I have felt better within day whole night with tremendous strain on nor sleep col leagues have boon tho was with force I can system to greater than was before necessary me me In splendid health talks Miss Greatness quite have been have home after visit and Smith Pike Conu creum was hove their in after Main street Born the Adkin their Miss Miss here City join Fred yachtBoyed will have their new boat load week back are see improved with of in town at Chas Basham Tower mines In of of tomb agate with these Here rest ashes of of of pity more multitude will over over and easy acute that some and is in and that tion tried very filled Headache and Backache Mrs Nannie Hall 12 Herbert street Atlanta Ga writes I write to toll you how much good your Pornna has done for me I was so sick and nervous that I was almost dead I could not oat nor sleep nor work any at all but was in bed nearly all the time and was almost a skeleton I was so poor Now I can cat anything I want and it doesnt hurt me and I can sleep all night long and got up and work all day I dont havo any nervous LODIBURQ Miss I Head attended the English Dejarnett wedding at Hardiusburg Wednesday I ISolemn Sbellman Virginia returned Monday Our Sunday school is progressing nicelyOur popular merchant Arthur Ator was in Louisville last week buying goods Miss Mary Argabright who has been attending school in Jieade county re turned home Sunday Mr W I Collensworth returnee to his home at Owensboro after a visit with relatives and friends daylastMrs W B Argabright and Mrs Chas Payne wereat Stephensport Mon day shopping Miss Dott Basham attended the Sunday School Convention at Stephens port Friday Better Than Brains A poor dyspeptic little minister was walking out ono Monday morning when he chanced to meet two brother clergymen hale hearty looking fed lows After the customary greeting- they e asked him how things looked H pulled a long face and said everythln- was bad it was a dying world an NolYbrotherwrong yourself Something is the matter with your brain You want to get that right like ours slapping his comrade on the shoulder then the world will look brighter to you The dyspeptic looked at both his brothers a minute and then said Id rather have the stomach of one of ye than the brains of both of yeDoston Herald Dante was married to Gemma Do irnti a woman of stern imperious tom per He was hectored and bullied day and night until his exile which was In this respect for him not an un fortunate occurrence He does not mention Gemma in any of his writ Ings History and the London Times I fancy history would have been very tame if the Times newspaper hall been going nil the time One can fancy the solemn letters that would have appeared in It Sir My attention has been called to tho report that I helped to murder Julius Caesar In the capitol a report which has no foundation in fact I should have thought that the friendly relations which I am proud to say always subsisted between us would have rendered such a slander impossible Yours etc BrutusO K Chesterton In Illustrated London News been attention it to Hartman = Q tMrs Elin Malmgren Cleveland street West Manchester N writes Every spring and for I havo troubled with ca my throat and noso and hoarseness- I am pleased state that last I found medicine from which I received benefit and I will hereafter use and recommend it I always keep it my case of sickness- I recommend your medicine my friends and every sufferer as an excellent medicine OJ ness now but am happy all the day long 1 sing the praises of Peruna wherever I go and I believe it saved my life I could not have lived through the summer in the condition I was In I had tried many doctors but they did me good Peruna certainly cured me I had headache and backache and was very nervous I could not eat nor sleep and was in my I tried your Peruna and I felt from the start I took five bottles of Peruna and the awful headache and nervousness TAR FORK I Rev 0 L Golf and Harlan Dunn were in Oloverport Thursday Mr and Mrs Felix Dunn visited his sister Mrs eSlmon lieavln near Kirk Thursday and Friday Ed Hook Ell Fisher and Felix Dunn at tended court at Hutdlniburg Friday Nut Rice Norvln Chancellor and Iva Bates were In Cloverport Friday Mr and Mrs Will Morton of Rock Lick wore the company of rhls niece Mrs El Fisher Sunday TurforkIChristian last week Tho new church organ arrived at Cave Spring last Thursday Sunday School at Cavo Spring every Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock Prof Keown conducted singing at Cave Spring Saturday night and Sunday morning Mr and MrsFuqua and children and others from Easton attended singing hero and were guests of Mr John Easton and wife DUKES C O Cahal loft Wednesdaytor Dixon Tenn Homer II Tlndle made a business trip t Patesvlllo TuesdayIAuthor HIggs Is visiting relatives at this place a days last leek James Lay and daughter Miss Lena of thisetheireMrs Vina Jurboe of 11atesv1l1e Wed Thursdayd attended the teach ers examination at Huwcsvllle Friday and SaturdayMrs Powers returned to homo near Patesvlllo Wednesday after a few days visit with her sister Mrs Jack Tiudle Mrs Cabal Is visiting her son Mr and Mrs Chas Cahill Alonzo Reurdon of Weber spent Thursday with his brother Cicero Harvlo Basham and daughter Pauline are having the chills Little Evertt Hardln Is 81- 0kCIIENAULT Scott Cunningham was In Louisville last week on business- J F Jarboe and EJ Stallmann were In Hardlnsburg last week attending court Master Lemar Gardner son of Mr and Mrs Wm Gardner of Irvington Is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs G B Cunningham 10 Brodlo returned from Louisville Sat urdayJ Jarboe lost a One colt last week Abe Bonnet has made an order of five hundred stock of dry goods Jno Tobin has purchased a fine surrey The Virginia spIderwort apparently cannot endure a high temperature During the day it is wilted and dejected As the evening comes on itIrevives all its leaves assume a lively appearance and the plant appears to flourish and enjoys Its life until tho morning light again returns froO A Landgrabe Box 25 Ooalburg Ohio Gives Hit Experience With Peruna Read His Letter Below i I had a slight sufferer for a numbera of years but paid little to until r sufferingbeCltme chestWtion which caused mo much trouble s Iun I tried medical aid but to no purpose I iqwrote Dr for advice telling him of my various ailments and ho informed mo riiMthatI had systemic catarrh qiAfterusing the first bottle of Peruna I hadw I recommend Poruna to others 77 H fall eleven years been tarrh in to at a Peruna great in house in to all no almost grave bettor about church tow her was gone I could oat anything and my nerves are all right and I have no more backache lam well and Peruna cured me- Catarrh of the Head Mr C Hallock Antwerp 0 writes My daughter Allie after taking three bottles of your Peruna is entirely cured of catarrh of the head of two years standing We havo used Peruna as general tonic as well as for catarrh and aro well pleased with it and recom mend it to anybody who has catarrh Anybody wishing any information can write to ma Tree Snakes OT Borneo The flying frogs of the Malays appear to be mythical but the tree snakes of Borneo are credited with taking tly ing leaps from the boughs of trees to the ground It Is found that scales Oil the lower part of the body may bo drawn Inward so that the whole lower resistn ance to the air is thus greatly Increas ed and experiments Indicate that the snakes do not fall In writhing coils but arc let down gently iu a direct line by the parachutollkc action of their peculiar bodlesChambers Journal x Made Him Pause Oh yes wo are engaged to be mar ried but I fear she has not that confi dence in mo that comes with perfect loveWhy not Well when a fellow looks backas- a fellow in lovo naturally will you knowand sees her testing tho dia mond in her engagement ring on the window pane dont you think ho has good cause to fool a bit dubious wwww- II ConsumptionMiss City Tonn writes youtoyour wonderful tonic Peruna From experience 1 have decided that there could be no greater medicine In thm world than Persian Several physicians had pronounced my disease as consumption I had been a sufferer for several years and was growing weaker all tho while until 1 could hardly walk across my room- I was so fortunate as to got a Peruna book and after reading it carefully I decided Peruna was the remedy for me so I began taking it Today my health is bettor than it has been since I hod thtr expresshalfHartman for his great and wonderful remedy and his advice regarding health I do not think I would be living this day had It not been for Peruna Balance Wheel of the Watch When a mans watch goes wr t 1ft winter he is apt to think it Is bf 1ffJ8 the cold has affected It said a Jewel er It used to be so because the cold contracted the metal of the doll cate balance wheel but now this wheel Is made partly of brass and partly of steel like the compensation pendulum In a clock These metals have oppo site expansibilities and the result Is that the balance wheel is always of the same size and runs with the same speed in all kinds of weather and tho cold does not affect It Kansas City Journal Snake Motion The vertebrae of a snake are fitted together with a sort of ball and socket articulation which however is capa ble of motion only from side to side A snake moves by propelling himself on the points of the scales which to him answer the purpose of ribs A snake does not climb a tree or bush by coilIng around It but by holding on with the points of Its scales A snako on a pane of plate glass is helpless r F 125 TO LOUISVILLE AND RETURN VI- AHenderson Route SUNDAY JUNE 2 Fontaine Ferry and White City Plenty of Coaches Crowding Trains Leave Cloverport 939 and 507 a m For full information ask F D Ferry r I Agent110 lc 1 t a Jrl w- i 1 I I i II r F i t m