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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r + z f lpgi MYra fa1 1 i- b f THE BRECKENRIDCIEyALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 1 r VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 22 1908 8 Pates NO 28 HASWELL GETS BUSY AT FRANKFORT Breckenridge County Represen tative Introduces Bills in the Legislature PLAYING BIG PART AT CAPITOL j The following bills were introduced in the Legislature at Frankfort by Hon John P Haswell Jr Representative r from Breckenride county Mr Haswell Amending chapter 21 of the Acts of 1906 which changes the law with reference to voting in cities of v the first second third and fourth class I Ion the sale of liquor making the coun ty unit bill uniform oVer the State t Kentucky statutes I Mr HaswellAn act to amend an act regulating elections in the State and I providing that in all clues and towns of first second third and fourth classes there shall be a registration of all the l respective towns and cities Suffrages and Elections Mr HaswellAn act which provides t the Librarian 15100 per month to be used f in clerk hire Library and Public Of fiees Mr HaswellA hill introduced in the Senate bv Judge Burnam and in the f House by Haswell provides for an t amendment to the Constitution exempt ing homesteads of bona fide housekeep ers with a family to the extent of 350 in value It is estimated that it will ex r temJt property to the value of about r 1 50000000 and will be of incalcula i ble benefit to small land owners Constitutional t Amendments t i When the Stomach Heart or Kidney I I Inerves get weak then these organs palways fail Dont drug the Stomach p nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get a pre 3scription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative The Re t storativo is prepared expressly for these t 4 weak inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr ShoopsI Restorativetablets or liquorand see sampltestWis Your health is surely worth this simple test Sold by all dealers Mr Turpin HI A J Turpin one of the bestknown business men in Louisville or Kentucky is seriously ill of pneumonia at his country place near OkolonaMr Turpin was stricken at noon Saturday but his i illness developed with marked rapidity f and last night his physicians were ap prehensive regarding him Mr Turpin has a very wide circle of business and social friends He operates tobacco rehandling factories in a num ber of towns in the State and exports vast quantities of the weed each year In fact it is said that he supplies the entire army and navy of English with tobaccoCourierJournalMr of Mrs Wm Hall of Webster Birthday Dinner Miss Martha Miller was the guest of honor at a dinner party given Sunday itfcelebratton of her fifthteenth birth oay at the home of Mr and Mrs Ed Oglesby Misses Susette Sawyer Virginia McGavock Jeannette Burns and Mildred Babbage were the guest- who enjoyed the sumptous dinner an delightful day with Miss Miller Little Boy Dies a k News has been received here of the death of Gilbert the threeyearold son of Mr and Mrs Ben Bates His death occured January 7 at their home at Sterling Kansas Mr and Mrs Bates formerly lived iri Breckenridge county and their sorrow is deeply regretted by their many friends here Mrs May Recovers After an illness of four months Mrs Jake May has recovered and is able to walk about her home with ease Mrs Mays recovery is remarkable and was very unexpected Can Any Farmer Beat This J R Polk of Tobinsport sold to Gardner Agnew 6 hogs that were 6 F months and ten days old and weighed ft pounds The sale was made las- yrt4 t ek 0 r- 1N ft J t r Jt A A r TOBACCO IS ON THE MOVE Large Delivery of tub Weed Now on in CloverportBringsGood FARMERS IN BETTER SPIRITS From early sunrise to sunset large loads of tobacco have been coming in to Cloverport for the last ten days and deliveries l are being made at the factories in this city Many farmers and tobacco growers were in town Saturday and were highly pleased with the idea of delivering their tobacco Scare had already made deliveries and others will be busy this week bringing the weed totthe receivers The Owensboro Inquirer has the following to say National Secretary S B Lee of the tobacco department of the A S of E returned to the city on Saturday night after having sold all the remaining tobacco in the district except some at Stephensp rt and Glendeane in Breckenridge county and this tobacco will probably be sold on Monday The sale includes the tobacco in Spencer and Perry counties Ind also The prices agreed upon are of the same basis as the sales made of the Daviess and Mc Lean county tales with freight deducted and the purchasers are the American the Imperial Gallaher Veughan an Ford Deliveries are to be made at con venient points and the A S of E pool ing houses will be used wherever they are suitable and convenient This last sale will include about twelve million pounds and it has all been negotiated for and sold in the past twelve days An average sale of a million pounds a day is a pretty fair record in the way of moving the weed and Mr Lee is to be congratulated on his success i sellingIt been rumored that the 1905 pooled tobacco has also been sold Thi is denied by Mr Lee but there are goo prospects for its sales in the near future and he is also confident that the 1906 pooled tobacco also will be sold before the new crop will be on the mar ket Mrs Hawkins Dead Mrs Hawkins wife of Milt Hawkins answered deaths call January the six teenth after an illness of consumption Mrs Hawkins was fiftyeight years of age and a woman with many beautiful traits of character Besides her hus band she is survived by the following children Mrs Eli ChApin Mrs Joe Smith Dick Hawkins Mrs Bettie Basham Mrs Emmett Hawkins and Mrs Chas Chapin Most disfiguring skin eruptions scrofula pimples rashes etc are due to impure blood Burdock Blood Hitters is a cleansing blood tonic Makes you cleareyed clearbrained clearskinned To Correspondents All correspondents to the Brecken ridgo News who are out of stationery and stamped envelopes please write to Local Editor News office next week bde promptly granted Young In Ways At SeventyFive Mrs Bridus Flood of StephensportIs visiting her son Mr Thomas Flood at Holt Mrs Flood is seventyfive years of age and is the mother of ten children She has six sons and two daughters living and Mrs Flood is young in ways and thoughts with them Time Cut Down at IL H St L Shops The people in Cloverport are now feeling in a direct way the panic es pecially since last week when the time was cut at the Henderson Route shop in this city The employees work onl five hours on Saturdays and quit at 450 oclock in the afternoons instead of 630 This will probably be the case until1 some time in March as the result of the tight money market Morrison d Calhoon dentists office downstair 216 Fourth street botk phones OvreeMkoce JCjr I 1 I ENTERTAINMENTHIGHLY B Y P U Entertained The Epworth League In Grand StyleGives A Trip TO Foreign Shores MANY GUESTS PRESENT If you will give a Methodist enough room in which to shake his feet a little you can count on him having a good time and that is what the members of the Baptist Young Peoples Union did Friday night when they entertained the Epworth League in Oelzes Hall Mrs Proctor Keith Missed Anne Jarboej and Cleona Weatherholt the social committee of the Union opened the entertainment with a grand march and hey are to be congratulated upon suc ceeding in making the whole affair grand throughout the evening Mrs L T Reid contributed greatly to the pleasure of the guests by singing and Misses Lula Severs and Rebecca Willis also favored the crowd with sev eral instrumental duets After enjoy ing music and games the party was given an excursion abroad and though the visits to Japan China Germany theyseemedThe different countries were repre sented by booths that were attractively made and beautifully decorated- In the Chinese booth Miss Ambie Pateddelightfully entertained the visitors and served to each one a bowl of deliciously cooked rice Miss Reba Lewis and Julia Wroe fascinated every body who went to the Japanese booth by the dainty way in which they served hot tea and cakes Besides giving everyone who came to Germany bright smiles and cheerful greetings Miss Minnie Embry and Mattie Willis the crackersncheese and pickles to every traveler France was a most popular place Heysestimedthere drinking hot chocolate and eating salad sandwiches When the tour to these countries was finished the guests returned to the booth America where they were given a homecoming recep tion Ices and cakes were served and Misses Cleona Weatherholt and Anne Jarboe gave away flags as souvenirs Not less than a hundred young people were present and they stayed at th hall until 12 oclock Jack London Among The Lepers On his way around the world for the Womans Home Companion Jack London visited the lepers of Molokai on the island of Hawaii Leprosy is not so contagious as iis imagined writes Mr London in the January Womans Home Companion I went for a weeks visit to the Settle ment and I took my wife alongall of which would have not happened had w had any apprehension of contracting the disease Nor did we wear long gauntling gloves and keep apart from the lepers On the contrary we mingled freely with them and before we left knew scores of them by sight and name The precautions of simple cleanliness seem to be all that is necessary On re turning to their own houses after hav ing been among and handling lepers the nonlepers such as physicans an the superintendent merely wash their face and hands with mildly antiseptic soap and change their coats NO PETITION For Powers Pardon Will Be Cir culated Say Attorney Lexington Kyon the authority of counsel for Caleb Powers it is stated that no petition for his pardon by Gov Wilson will be circulated in this city or county The law provides that a prison er must be tried by a jury selected from I i a venire drawn from the county inI which the case is to be heard or from an adjoining county The attorneys for Powers want a jury from this county rsi prospectivesjuroYwere n by the commonwealth that petitions for pardon had been circulated here They have put the ban on such an appeal Mr and Mrs James Tucker have moved their family here from Howell and are at home in Mr Alyin Simons property on the hill t SABB4TH DAY BE= GINS BY SHOOTING Chas Bates Accidentally Shot in This City By Carl Dellnven BATES IS SERIOUSLY HURT Early Sunday morning Chas Bates colored it is said was accidentally shot by Carl DeHaven brother of City Marshal O DeHaven The bullet entered Bates left leg and caused him much sufferingImmediately after the shooting phy sicians were summoned to render aid and every attention was given to Hates However he is in a serious conditionI and the accident may result in death Additional Local v Subscribe for the News Seed oats for salePerkins- See Brabandt for new style photo graphs Mrs M Collins spent Sunday in Can nel ton Chas Riddell of Holt was in town WednesdayMiss Bates of Pisgah is seriously ill- S Chas Babbage of Louisville was here Friday Mrs Orfilo DeHaven has returned from Holt- Stanley Brown is ill at his home in the West End Miss Lois Basham of Skillninu was here last week Miss Mary Jarboe returned to Bowling Green Monday John Johnson of Evansville is the guest of relatives Alf Hawkins of Mattingly was in town last week Stephensportrvisiting relatives Edward Bowne was in Louisville last week on business Miss Annie Mills left last week for Memphis Tenn Mrs Thos Tousey is ill at her home in the West End Mr and Mrs Clyde Morrison have returned from Louisville noveleentertainment next week Mr and Mrs Marion Polk of Tobins port werehereChursday Mrs Bettie LaHeiet is improved after an illness of several days Rev James T Lewis is illat his home at the Baptist parsonage Miss Nellie Simmons of Irvington is the guest of Miss Laura Hale Hovious Taul got his right leg broken while hauling lumber last week Mrs Gus Dean has returned to Evans ParrisheEmmett Gregory returned from Lex ington Sunday to be here for several daysMiss Jennie Mabel Harris has been visiting Miss Donald Murray in Louis villeMr and Mrs John Agnew and Miss Rose Agnew are visiting near Hardins burg todEvansville after a visit to Mrs S R BerryMrs Wave Roff of Henderson is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Pate Rev Edwin Graves had large congregations at both services which he held at the Presbyterian church Sunday IMPORTANT RULING Postoffice Department Strikes a Blow at Newspaper Delinquent postIt on Jan 1 of the year weekly newspapers can extend only limited credit to sub scription This new ruling requests that the printed address label on each copy of the paper give the date to which the subscription has paid and when this date shows that the subscription is due for more than one year iris the duty of the postmaster to hold the paper until a onecent stamp is placed thereon t a A 4 Economizes the use of flour but ter and eggs makes the biscuit cake and pastry more appetiz ing nutritious and wholesome w I Ba1tin Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE This is the only baking RoyalGrape It Has No SubstituteT- hen are Alum and Phosphate of Lime mixtures sold at a lower price but no housekeeper regarding the health of her family can afford to use them REV ARCHER AGAINST PROHIBITION Well Known Minister Makes an Unusual DeclarationWill- Address League I MEETING HELD IN LOUISVILLE The Rev W G Archer formerly a minister of Owensboro and at one time manager of the Seven Hills Cbautauqua has created no little attention by the stand he takes against prohibition The CourierJournal says In accepting an invitation to the Model Liquor Li cense League Dr Archer wrote to George R Washburne the secretary and states in his letter that his views I on the liquor question coincide with those expressed in the platform of the license league in most instances and that he is opposed to prohibition first last and all the time Over 500 delegates are present and in the body are represented brewers distillers ministers laymen political reformers and public economists from all sections of the United States Nell Satterje official court stenographer of Cook county Ill has charge of the corps of stenographers which will report the proceedings Quite a number of visiting newspaper men are present among them being W H Blodgett of the Indianapolis News It is a remarkable fact that this Js the first meeting ever held in the United States where the distilling and brewing interests meet on common ground to discuss measures of mutual advantage Hardinsbur Notes 44 The Ladles Aid will give a spelling bee and a musical entertainment at the home of Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile Friday evening The Aids aid upon that occasion will come from a 5 cent admission fee W SBall is circulating a petition for the pardon of Caleb Powers Mr Macy To Enter Politics HardinsburgKyJan21 Special The first candidate to announce him self for the next county race is one of the best citizens of the Harned neigh borhood Mr Tom Macy who wants to be the next County Court Clerk Mr Macy is a Republican and a man who deserves every vote thats placed under the log cabin in the next local fight Shop Boys Laid Off At the Henderson Route Car Shop- in this city Tuesday eleven employees were laid off on account of the financial situation which is effecting all rallroadsi V v v h 1 Jt DEADLOCK IS ALL SET Extra Rivets Have Been Applied to Kentucky Senatorial j Situation MAY HOLD THROUGH SESSION J Frandfort Ky Jan 21Phe pro dieted and expected deadlock In tho race for United States senator is now a certainty and It may continue till the end of the legislative sosslon Since the balloting began on Jan 14 all the Republican members of the leg islature have steadily voted for their nominee former Governor W O Brad ley while six Democrats have deemed to vote for their nominee former J 0 W BECKHAM Governor J C W Beckham That I the situation In a nutshell and of course there IB all sorts of speculation as to the probable outcome but as a matter of fact no one knows what the result will be A dark horso may irta any day or the election may go over till the next legislature and meaa while all legislation will be neglected e If the senatorial race could be settled next week there would be a pretty bit of fencing over the proposed temperance legislation Senator Rives of Christian has already Introduced two Important temperance blue that will be fought bitterly by the liquor In terests The first bill Is one to make the county unit local option law apply to every county la the state whether the county contains a city of the first second third or fourth class or not The second bill Is more sweeping thnn the first for It proposes to give the people a chance to vote on an amendment to the constitution which will permit tho whole state to vote wet or n othersSouthern states Only two proposed cantany one M ltaors than a half doxea bills propos I Continued on EightH Page A I The Fighting I I I Chance II I II L She answered vaguely lIe spoke again all the agreeable gentle hu morous charm dominant once more re leasing her from the growing tension of her own thoughts absolving her from the duty of Immediate decision- I feelI curiously lazy she said perhaps from our long drive She Talk to me Mr Si ward seated herself on the turf Talk to me Mr Slward In that lazy way ofyoursWhat he had to say proved I- nconsequent enough an ir relevant sugges tion concerning the training of field dogs The conversation veered again to ward the mystery of heredity Do you moon Mr Slward that heredity Is an excuse for moral weak ness she asked I dont know Those inheriting nothing of evil say it Is no excuse 1 It is no excuse You speak with authority he said With more than you are aware of she murmured not meaning to say It She stood up impulsively her fresh taco turned to the distant house her rounded young figure polled in relief against the sky Inherited or not Idleness procrastination are my besetting sins CantIyou suggest the remedy Mr But they are only the thieves of Time and we kill the poor old gentle man Leagued assassins she repeated pensivelyHer had caught on the cliff briers He knelt to release It she looking down noting an ugly tear in tho fabric Payment for my IniquItiesthe first Installment she said still looking down over his shoulder and watching his ofTorte to release her Thank you Mr Slward I think we ought to itart dont you Ho stniigHuncd up smiling await ing her further pleasure Her pleasure being capricious sho seated herself Rgnin saying What I meant to say was this Bvlla that spring from heredity are no excuse for misconduct in people of our sort Environment not heredity counts And Its our busl ness who have every chance in the world to make good He looket down amused at the piquant incongruity of voice and ver nacularWhat time Is It she asked Irrele vantlyHe glanced at his watch She turned her eyes toward the level sun con scious and a little conscience stricken that It was too lute for her to drive to Black Fells Crossing unless she started at once It grew stiller The wind went down with the still- Doubtless he laid forgotten to tell her the time She had almost forgotten that she had asked him With the silence of sunset a languor the indo lence of content erupt over her She saw him close his watch with the ab Beutinlnded ulr which she already as sociated with him and she let the question go from sheer disinclination for the effort of repetition lot the pro- Jected drive go acquiescent content that mutters shape themselves without any Interference from her The sense of ease of physical well being invadetjI her with an agreeable relaxation as though tension somewhere had slack ened The conversation drifted illogically Sometimes he stirred her to amusement even a hushed laughter Some times spa smilingly agreed with his views Sometimes she let them nncrltlciaed or Intent on her oII Ideas shook her small head In amused disapprovalThe over all the deepening mellow light the blessed Indolence of the young world and their few years In Ityouththat was perhaps the key to It all after all Tomorrow she mused aloud knees cradled in her clasped fingerstomorr- ow theyll shoot with great circum stance and fuss u few native wood Stomach trouble Ii but n symptom of and not Dyspepslaeartbum l cthey are symptoms of a certain Nerve ttlckneunothlug else It was this fact that first correctly led Dr Shoo StomaRemedyDrto the stomach nerves alone brought that Buccel Without nathadPbrstortivorbbletsorLiQutdandsee yourSelfchlGlooIKllT Dr Shoops RestorativeALL DEALERS IROBERTI III Indigestion I cock theres no flight yet from the northa few grouse fewer snipe u stray duck or two Others will drive motor cars over bad roads Others will ride sail golf anything to kill the eternal enemy You know the ma jority of the people here or coming dont you Who are they She began The Leroy Mortimers Oh yes Lord Alderdene and Captain Voucher and the Page twins and Marlon YesRena Bonucsdcl the Tassel girl Agatha Caithness Mrs Vendcnnlug all sorts all sets And with an effort If Im to drive I should like toto know what time It is lIe informed her and she too indo lent to pretend surprise and finding reproach easier told him that he had no business to permit her to forget Ills smiling serenity under the re buke aroused in her a slight resentment as though he had taken some thing for grunted Besides she had grown uneasy She had wired Quarrier saying she would meet him and drive him over He had replied at once naming his train lIe was an exact man and expected method and precision In others She didnt exactly know how It might af fect him If his reasonable demand was unsatisfied She did not know him very well yet And thinking of him now she again made up her mind to give him the answer which he now had every reason to expect from her This decision liappearedIt ran more smoothly now emitting fewer creaks You say that you know Mr Quar rler she bogan thoughtfully Not well I hope you will like him Mr Sl wardI do not think he likes me Miss Landis He pus reasons not to She looked up suddenly remembering Oh since that scrape What has Mr Quarrler to do She did not finish the sentence A troubled silence followed She was trying to remember the details something she had paid small attention to at the time something so foreign to her so distant from her comprehension that it had not touched her closely enough for her to remember exactly what this young man might have done to forfeit the good will of Howard Quarrler She looked at Slward It was im possible that anything very bad could come from such a man And pursuing her reasoning aloud It couldnt have been very awful she argued some tthing foolish about an actress was I not And that could not concern Mr Quarrier I thought you did know I thought you remembered while you were driving me over from the station thnt was dropped from my club She Hushed up Oh but what had Mr Quarrler to do with that lIe Is a governor of that club You menu that Mr Quarrier lead rou dropped What else could he do A man who Is Idiot enough to risk making his own club notorious must take the conse luences nut they say I took that risk 1Therefore Mr Quarrier Major Bel wethernIl the governors did their duty II naturally concluded that no governor of the Patroons club feels cry kindly toward me Miss Landls sat very still her small lead bent a flush still brightening her full tao She recalled n few of the details uowthe scandal something of the story Which particular actress It was she could not remember but some men who had dined too freely had made the wager and this boy sitting beside her bringIhtgIn n mans evening dress That was bad enough That some xxly promptly discovered it was worse but worst of all was the publicity the clubs name smirched the young man expelled front one of the best two clubs In the metropolis- To read of such things in the columns of a doily paper had meant little to her except to repel her To hear it mentioned among people of her own sort had left her Incurious and indlf ferent but now she saw It in a new light with the young man who had figured In It seated beside her Did such men us he such attractive well bred amusing men as die do that sort of thing impulsivelyc lire It appears that I was I dont know what I am or may be The pity of It she said still sway ed by Impulse Why did you do youdown club I was in no condition to know Miss LandisThe crude brutality of the expres don might merely have hurt or disgusted her had she been less Intel gent nor as it was did she fully understand vhy ho chose to use it un punlsbment Pressing Down Pains are a sign of ierlovs female com plaint that should kayo Immediate attention If you begin la time you can generally treat ytunelf at home without the need of consulting a physician by the regular use of Cardul the wcU known remedy for womens ills- Composed of purely vegetable and perfectly harmless medicinal ingredients being besides a gen tie nonIntoxicating strengthen iar tonic WINE OF CARUDI WOMANS RELIEF renev complaintsMy A Rodgers of Hampden Sidney Va was nothing but a walking steletton from female trouble She bearinggdown ache Doctors failed to relieve her so she took Cardul and Is sow entirely cured At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE symtomsCOlChattanooga Its rather shameful she said hotlyYes he assented Its n bad be inning A beginning Do you menu to go onHe did not reply Ills head was partly turned from her She sat silent for awhile The dog had returned to e at Siwards feet his brown eyes tirelessly watching the man he had chosen for his friend bud the man without turning his eyes dropped one hand on the dogs head caressing the silky ears Some sentimentalist hud once said that no man who eared for animals could be wholly bud Inexperience in clined her to believe It Then too she had that inclination for overlooking offense comml t toil against precept which appears to be one of those edi tying human traits peculiar to neither sex and common to both Besides her knowledge of such matters was n8 vague as her mind was healthy and body wholesome Men who dined In cautiously were not remarkable for their rarity The actress habit bolus incomprehensible to her meant noth ing and she sold innocently It is not for such things that we drop men Mr Slward You know that of course For what io you drop men For falsehood deception tiny dis honesty And you dont drop a man when you read In the papers that one of the best two clubs In town has expelled himShe gave him a troubled glance and naively But you are stilt a member of the other are you not Then hard suing it was common common thoroughlyI disgraceful and incompre hensible uul with every word ut tend Insensibly warming In her heart toward him whom she was chasten Ing It WitS not even hall It war WOISQ than being simply had It was stupid He nodded one hand slowly caress lug the dogs head where it lay across his knees She watched him a moment hesltat td then smiling a little So now I know the worst about you do I not she concluded He did not answer She waited the smile still curving her red mouth Had she been too severe she wondered You may help me to my feet she said sweetly Sho was very young He rose at once holding out his hands to aid her in that pleasantly Im personal manner so suited to him anti now they stooil together In the purple dusk of the uplandstwo people young enough to take one another seriously They walked for awhile subdued soberly picking their path through the dusk After a few moments she began to feel doubtful a little uneasy partly from a reaction which was natural partly because she was not at all sure what either Quarrler or Major Bel wether would think of the terms she was already on with Slward Suppose they objected She had never thwart ed either of these gentlemen Besides she already had a temporary interest In Slward the Interest that women always cherish quite unconsciously for the man whoso shortcomings they hoe consented to overlook As they crossed the headland through the deepening dusk the acety lene lamps on a cluster of motor cars spread a blinding light across the scrub The windows of Shotover House were brilliantly illuminated Our shooting party has returned she said They crossed the drive through the white glare of the motor lamps People were passinggrooms with dog and guns and fluffy bunches of game bIrds several women in motor costumes veils afloat a man or two In shooting tweeds or khaki As they entered the hall together she turned to him an indefinable smile curving her lips then with a little nod friendly and sweet sho left him Winding at the open door of the gun room j u r CIHAPTE THREE first person ho encountered THE the gunroom was Quarrier favored him with an ex ref lonless stare then with a bow quite perfunctory and noncommittal It was plain enough that he had not expected to meet Siward ut Shotover House Kemp Ferrall u dark stocky active man of forty was In the net of drain Ing n glass when through the bottom he caught sight of Shvard He finish ed In a gulp and advanced ono muscu lar hand outstretched Hello Stephen Heard youd arrived tried the Scotch and bolted with Sylvia LandIs Thats all right too but you should have come for the opening day Lots of uaI tire woodcock eh Bllnky turning to Lord Allerdene and again to SII ward You know all these fellows Mortimer yonder There was the slightest ring In his voice and Leroy Mortimer red necked bulky and heavy eyed emptied his glass and came over followed by Lord Alder dene blinking madly through his shooting goggles and showing all his teeth like n pointer with a tick Cap am n Voucher a gentleman with the vivid coloring of a healthy groom on n cold day came up followed by the Page boys Willis and Gordon who shook hands shyly enchanted to be on easy terms with the notorious Mr SI ward And last of all Tom OHara ar rlvpd reeking of the saddle and clInk- Ing a pair of troopers spurs over the floor relics of his bloodless Porto Rico campaign with Squadron A It was patent to every man present that the Kemp Ferralls had determined to Ignore Siwards recent fool- Ishness whlcu Indicated that he might reasonably expect the continued good will of several sets the orbits of which Intersected in the social system of his native city Indeed the few qualified to snub him cared nothing about the matter and It was not likely that any body else would take the initiative In being disagreeable to a young man the fortunes and misfortunes of whwse race were part of the history of Man hattan Island Siwards good or bad were n matter of course in New York So everybody in the gunroom was civil enough und he chose Scotch and DiCing utu smoky pipe found a sent be side Alderdene who sat biting at a smoky pipe and fingering n tumblerof smokier Scotch blinking away like mad through his shooting gogslos at everybodyThese t t1 r brown snipe yi I1hetII bagged nl1 u brace dyou selII But of all damnable bogs and covers Rotten said Mortimer thickly Fenall youre all calf and biceps and Its well enough for you to go floundering Into bogs Oh go and pot Beverly Plnuk tamp pheasants retorted Ferrall awl ably Captain Voucher had a blanV day but he isnt kicking Not I said Voucher The sport tis Capital If one can manage to hit the beggarsOh everybody misses In snap shoot Ing observed Ferralf= that is everybody except Stephen Siward with his unholy left barrel Crack and turning to Alderdene its like taking mon ey from you flunky which reminds me that weve time for a little prefer ence before dressing His squinting lordship declined ana took an easier position in his chair ex tending a pair of little bandy legs draped In baggy tweed knickerbock ers and heather spats Mortimer in dustriously distending his skin with whisky reached for the decanter The aromatic perfume of the spirits aroused Slward and he Instinctively nodded his desire to a servant This salt air keeps one thirty he observed to Ferrall Then something In his hoots expression arrested the glass at his lips He had already been Major Otlwcther using the decanter a good deal Ex cept Mortimer nobody was doing that sort of thing as freely as he He set his glass on tho table thought fully A tinge of color had crept into his lean cheeks Ferrall too suddenly uncomfortable stood up saying something about dressing Several men arose a trifle stiffly feeling In every Joint the result of the first days shooting after all those idle months Mortimer got up with an unfeigned groan Siward fol lowed leaving his glass untouched One or two other men camgiafrom 0 s the lBinTanT room AIT greeted Slward amiably all excepting one who may not have seen himan elderly pink soft gentleman with white downy chop whiskers and the profile of a be nevolent bunk rabbit How do you do Mr Belwether said Slward In a low voice without offering his hand Then Major Belwether saw him bless you yes indeed And though Siward continued not to otter his hand Major Belwether meant to have It bless your heart and he fussed and fussed and beamed cordiality until he secured It In his plump white fingers and pressed It effusively There was something about his soft warm lands which had always re minded Slward of the temperature and texture of a newly hatched bird It Continued Next Week Miller Brick Tile Co1 Incorporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v Main Office Rooms 8 and 10 I O O F Building I Owensboro Kentucky The Youths Companion It Comes Every Week Among the contents of the New Volume for 1908 will be 250 Good Stories Serial Stories Stories of Charac let Adventure and Heroism I 350 Contributions Articles Sketches Reminiscen t us by Iamotas Men and Women 1000 Graphic Notes on Current Events Discoveries and Inventions in Nature and Science 2000 OneMinute Stories MiscellanytheWuk1 Editorials The Childrens Sage etc l4nplt Copiti of thk 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par capital so cures you = Meal and Feed at Mortons Mill We have just put in late improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner FOR ALL KINDS OF Foundry Machine Boiler Electrical Gasoline Boat Tin and Galva nized Work Plumbers Mill Boat and Tin ners SuppliesCome Gloverport Foundry Machine Co Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Correspondence Solicited StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high nadeiyanteed Moderato prices Ex port tailors employed- J H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind rP iNG N MEN AND LADIES OF IIYOUNU LEARN WANTED TO TELEGRAPHYand fore has there ocen such a crying domand for Telegraph Operators Over 20000 now positions are created on the eighthourgoing into effect next March We Absolutely Guarantee Positions Under a 150 Guaranty Bond Salaries range tram 255 to tooper month for beginners We have standing con tracts to place all our graduates Un der supervision of Railway Officials Main Line Wire 250 our schoal rooms Establishedover expensesCatalog NATIONAL TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE CINCINNATI o JEWELRY The finest arid best of all kinds 1 WatchesClocks ClocksSilverware SilverwareHolloware Flatware Musical instruments and findings TIC Lewis Son Hardinsburg Ky HDeH nOORMAN Attorney at aw- HARDINSBURO KY theCourtsofBreckontldgo v tor Special attention given to colloctlotaa road cases and criminal practice LIcohio i to practice In United States District COUTH o face over Bank of Hardlnsbarjc b f iIf i Ir rr LrM do at if not in us 12 was on of of to in so we not to a COSTLY DRUGS tome Rare and Peculiar Substances Used In Medicine- A writer in Wlsseu fuer Alle throws some interesting light on rare and pe culiar drugs Saffron he points out would strike an ordinary observer as decidedly expensive at 13 a pound to change marks into our coinage until told that it Is composed of the central small portions only of the flowers of f the crocus 70000 of which it takes to make a pound Attar of roses sells at 112 odd per pound and it takes pounds or nearly Jive tons of roses to obtain one pound of the oil Aconitine extracted from the root of monkshood Is said to be the very stron cst poison the dose belli one of a grain It Is sold at the rate of 108 per ounce Turning from the vegetable to the animal world in search of rare drug the writer refers to the musk of the Asiatic deer which at 24 to 30 un ounce must be a prize to the wlI hunter In some of the tropical seas a floating sweet smelling mass of am bergris is met with worth at present 80 per ounce or 480 per pound In the market The ambergris is said to be the diseased biliary product of the whale Another peculiar product in use an n drug is a solution of the pure venom of the rattlesnake given occasionally In malignant scarlet fever Itching piles provoke profanity but profanity wont cure them Doans Ointment cures itching bleeding or pro truding piles after yearsof suffering At any drug store Hoarding Hoarding Is not only an economic mistake but an economic crime It Is In fact a survival of the days of It comes down to us from the time when nearly all governments were conquer ors which considered themselves en titled to plunder their subjects Thus boarding is founded upon distrust of the Statesman Calcutta Have You Thought How Much You Owe For Subscription to The News F you havent it is time you are getting to thinking and paying if you want the paper that writes you up when you are keeps troubles when they come gives you credit when you deserve it and tells your friends about and your friends in a way that no paper except the home paperThe Breckenridge Newswill Look the Yellow Label on paper it does show your subscription paid advance send a check before February 1908 The date the system into effect changed account Circuit Court when the manager the paper expects meet subscribers with their dues in Hardinsburg CPay subscription and support home paper Examine the label on your paper this week City subscribers please come and pay will have present bill THE- BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 10000 extant sixhundredth as- Mwell maladministration government sick your you your cash goes day your your IN f f i Iii To the Manner Born Whether the word be manner or manor in the often used quotation is a question frequently asked That 4to the manner born Is correct Is evi dent from the context of the phrase which occurs In Hamlet act I scene 4 While Hamlet and his friends Horatio and Marcollus are waiting on the platform outside of the palace for the possible appearance of the ghost of the dead king the noise of a flour ish of trumpets and the roar of a can non are heard In explanation of this Hamlet says The Icing doth wake tonight and takes hIs rouse Keep wassail and the swaggering up- spring reels And as he drains his draught of Rholnlsh down Tho kettledrum and trumpot thus bray out The triumph of his pledge This allusion is to an actual practice at banquets among the ancient Saxons and Danes of proclaiming with a sa- Inte each time that the king drained his goblet Therefore to the question uls it a custom Hamlet replies Aye marry Ist And to my mind though I am native here And to the manner born it is a custom More honored in the breach than the ob servance Housekeeper If you havent the time to exercise regularily Doans Regulets will prevent constipation They induce a mild easy healthful action of the bowels without griping Ask your druggist for them 25c Instincts of a Woman A little girl who had for some time wanted a dog was taken very ill One day when much better she told her mother of her desire and begged her to ask her grandpa to buy her one The mother answered that grandpa did not like dogs and probably would not be willing to buy one Then see ing the little invalid look sadly disap pointed she said Well wait till you get well my dear then we will see Oh no answered the child whose few years had taught her some wisdom The more sick I am the moro likely he will be to buy it for me Exchange Take of Citizens Before Its Too Late When the back begins to ache Dont wait until backache becomes kidney troubles develop Till urinary troubles destroy nights restMrs L B Taylor of 810 East Jeffer son St Louisville Ky says Several years ago I contracted a cold which settled in my kidneys I suffered a great deal from pains across my back loins and was also much annoyed by the too frequent action of the kidney secretions especially at night I steadily grew worse began to be annoyed by I dizziness and a feeling of languor and depression I procured Doans Kidney Pills and felt relief from the first I continued the treatment and was soon cured I gave a statement to this effect in 1900 and am glad to confirm same at this time for the cure has proven to be a permanent one II For sale br all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United the name Doans and take no other Costs of Office On the day after his election the chief magistrate of a certain town In the Midlands who enjoys the reputation of being rather near In money matters was asked for a subscription to the local football club- I really cant do It he replied Just look at the outlay Ive already been put to through accepting office And he produced a small ledger In scribed on the cover Mayoralty Ex penses On the top line of the first Inside page was the entry Dress I r The I It Is sill that the queer composite race of people that dwell upon the waterlogged hulks of the SaragoBsi sea In time midAtlantic have a pretty theory about death They believe that those to whom the messenger comes when the sun Is shining brightly are transported straight away to a heaven of warm fresh water only four foot In depth In which they mummy wade and disport themselves to all eternity On the other hand those who receive the call of death In hours of darkness must needs endure a probationary period before they can enter into the future life The Saragossans are in addition firm believers In premonitions omens and foreordinations I fa cough once gets into your system it acts on every muscle and fibre of the body and makes you ache all over It especially affects the intestines and makesyou constipated so in order to get rid of a cold thoroughly and with out delay you should not take anything that will tend to constipute Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup acts upon the bowels and thereby drives the cold out of the system It contains no opiates it is pleasant to take and is highly re commended for children Sold by all n Dont Like Funerals If you want to know Just how sensitive sonic Washington folks are listen to the reasons some of our ten ants give for canceling their lenses said a renting agent Here are the complaints from live families who want to moo because they live on funeral streets A lot of people It seems are sensitive about that There are certain streets In town those near churches where many funerals are held anti those leading to the various ceme terieswhich are usually traveled by funeral parties Houses In those streets are becoming a poor Investment There is more moving front those houses than from any others we have anything to do with and generally the movers give as the reason for their dls satisfaction the fact that the sight of so many hearses gets on their nerves Washington Star I DRM i ANTIPAIN PILLS 1 FOR- NEURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATisMBACKACHE BACKACHEPAIN DISTRESS STOMACH DONT WAIT Advantage Kentucky Experience chronicTill StatesRemember sui- tf2Reynolds NewspaperI Headache TAKE ONE Sar1goscansI druggistsThey us SLEEPLESSNESS I of the Little Tablets AND THE PAIN 1 is GONE THE POSE OF POWER A Doctr ra s It Crn CI Ca Ob taint j Cinn c CI Right The hULl II iOy Is a nachinea ma chine In Km rojpects not unlike a watch Ii j cud the watch slightly you displace its parts Its organs If you please and then the watch will not go arightThe same Is true of man In his hotly every organ has Its place If his body Is bent some or all of his vital organs are displaced They cannot per form their work and the man like the watch Is out of order How many of 115 are like thatT Well In an examination covering several thousand people I found less than one In a hundred who was right Nlri tynlne people out of a hundred have displaced organs I musty add that I have never found disease in any organ that was habitual- lyI carried In Its normal place The or gan always becomes displaced before It becomes diseased And what Is the cause of this uni versal displacement IUt word theI cause Is a hUll method of holding time body in standing in sitting walking about and lying down The trunk Is merely a flexible hollow cylinder In side of which the organs are supported each In Its place When however the body Is bent and collapsed as in most people the organs drop out of their places mud are crowded against each other They are then unable to do their work and thus they become diseased Every case of chronic Indigestion which I have over examined has had a stomach that was hanging from two to live Inches lower than Its right position a condition known to medical mon as gastroptosls And the tare man who holds his boily Wright In standing walking or sitting such a man Is always a mini of power Cromwell was a man of this type So wore Napoleon Washington ami OlHinarck And how shall I restore my organs 19 proper position asks one of the ninetynineBy elolln time body that It Is at all times erect uplifted and expanded This will draw each organ into the position In which It can do Its best If you have HeadacheTry They Relieve Pain Quickly Ileaving no r bad Aftereffects 25 Doses 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulk work A glance at the pictures or me men I have mentioned will show you what I mean As to practical methods take the fol lowing exercise for five minutes four or five times a day Place the feet together arms at sides head back chest up and forward a 1 domen In knees back weight on lulli iIi of CeetUthe position of a soldier Throw the weight as far forward is you can Hold the position from Lif to one minute then relax Repeat the exercise from six to twelve times Add to this reasonable habits of livI lag and In three mouths you will have gone far toward gaining the poso of powerDr Latson in Chicago Journal i I I A Reliable Remedy FO- RCATARRH Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and prot cts the diseased mem borne resulting from Catarrh and drives away aCold in the Head quickly Restores the Senses of Tate null Swell Full sizo LiquidCreemnEly Brothers 60 Warren Stmt New York Common Sense Exterminators For Rats and Mice Also Roaches and Bed Bugs IT DRIES THEM UP FOR RAS ADM ICE Destroys them under all conditions They oat it in preference to any food No Stench It Drios them up leaving only tie pelts FOR ROACHES AND BED BUGS They eat it atd it kills them Results are permanent No danger in using It is a patti not a powder- Is easy to apply Is the cheapest as so little u required Jno D BabbageC- LO VERPORT KY v Reverse Action The Elder Matron You shouldnt mind the baby crying a little It strengthens his lungs The Younger MatronOh no doubt but It weakens his fathers religion so Indianapolis Journal If you would not have affliction visit you twice listen at once to what It teaches Rogers + z ks y s+ d r M THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of to cents per lino OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money 11 advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please usWhen ordering a change in the adds OSi subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JANUARY 22 1908 THE very essence sfa free government con in considering offices as pvblic trusts bestowed for the goodof the country andnot for the benefit fan innividual or a party Calhoun Beckham should call in an expert machinist to over haul his machine A man only has to go over the roads in this county to findout just how awful is their condition Dont pitch a big crop of tobacco A small crop well worked pays better than a bicrop half worked The man with a twoacre crop of tobacco is the man who gets the top price and has no trouble in finding a buyer Stand together farmers and tight for a low acreage and high quality It is not the quantity but the quality that regulates the price S B Lee national secretary of the Society of Equity is doing a fine work for his members He has sold over 12000000 pounds of tobacco of the 1907 crop at good and satisfactory prices While ho has not satisfied everybody he has done his best for the good of the farmer and the community in general If the farmers would turn their business over to Mr Lee and do what he wants them to do we believe they would fare better trot along better and in the end get bettor prices for their tobacco There must be a head to every corporation The American To bacco Company is run by one man What he says goes and theres no kick If there iit any kicking the outside world never hears of it If the Society of Equity will elect a man in whom they have absolute confidence give I him the reigns let him drive and the members follow theyll succeed Say to him Well raise the tobacco raise it like you want it and you do the selling Yell stand by you all we ask is to give every man a square deal And Lee will do that He is an honest con scientious man a fair man a conservative man and a man born and reared on the farm He has the farmers in terests at heart and there is no danger we think of him betraying a trust Give him a good salary any man isJJ worthy of his hire Turn him loose and every mothers son stand by him You cant drive the American Tobacco Company out of business They are a fixture in this country You may run them out of Kentucky by arbitrary laws and night riders but they will find a place somewhere else among these great United States The thing for us to do is to prepare to meet them Adopt their methods of doing business and meet them face to face on a high plain anda high standard of business mora- lsTOBACCO MOVEMENTS AROUND THE BURG Hardinsburg Ky Jan 21SpecialTobacco is being sold and delivered at different points in the county Briefly told the move monts are I At Hardinsburg last week 220000 pounds wore delivered at an I average prioo of about 7 cents It is a good quality There is gen eral satisfaction over the prices paid Report says that about 300000 pounds have been received at GlendeaneNorton Co at West View have received 100000 pounds and have bought 75000 more At Custer seven buyers have been in the field and they have about cleaned up the entire crop in that section Huston Alexander is buying considerably at Buras John Flood has commenced buying at Hardinsburg A A Richardson has put up a large purchase at GarfieldITwo buyers at Bewleyvillo have made liberal purchases Buyers from Leitchfield are operating in the McDaniels vicinity TOBACCO SALESIMillard Brown of Union Star sold his crop of Burley tobacco to S Dutschke for 10 round He had in two acres The crop brought him 26940 Heres a two acre man comes out withmore money than the five acre one i Scott Knott of Lodiburg is another man who believes in a small f acreage and high quality He raised three acres and sold it to Thos J Triplett at 1150 round His crop brought him 450 Daily Herald and News 1 year 250 R 1 s What America Needs What America needs more than raill way extension and Western irrigation and low tariff and a bigger wheat crop and a merchant marine and a new navy is a revival of piety the kind mother and father use to have piety that count ed it good business to stop for daily prayer before breakfast right in the middle of the harvest that quit fieldwork a half hour early Thursday night so as to get the chores done and go to prayermeeting that borrowed money to pay the preachers salary and prayed fervently in secret for the salt tion of the rich man who looked with scorn on such unbusinesslike behavior Thats what we need now to clean this country of the filth of graft and of greed piety and big of worship of fine houses and big lands and high office and grand social functions What is this thing we are worshiping but a vain repetition of what decayed nation felldown and worshiped just before their light went out Read the history of Rome in decay and you will find luxury there that could lay a big dollar ove our little doughnut that looks so larg to us Great wealth never made a nation substantial or honorable There is nothing on earth that looks good tha- is so dangerous for a man or nation tIi handle as quick easy big money you do resist its deadly influences the chances are that it will get your son Itt takes greater an finer heroism to dare to be poor in America than to catch a a battery in Manchuria Wall Street Journal Mows This We oifor One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Cutarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure R 1 Cheney R Co Toledo O We tho undersigned have know F J Chonoy for the last 15 years and boiler him perfectly honorable in ull business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations mado by his flrm Waldlng Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials seat free Price The per bottle Sold by all DruggistsTake Family rills for constipation Illiteracy in Kentucky Between 1880 and 1900 negro illiteracy in Kentucky diminished 303 per cent in the same time white illiteracy decreased 91 percent Percentage of illiteracy of total voting population IS 8 Rank of Kentucky on this basis 38 Percentage of illiteracy of white voters 139 Rank of Kentucky on this basis 46 Percentage of illiteracy of native white voters of native parentage 155 Rank of Kentucky on this basis 49 There are thirtyeight counties iin Kentucky in which the percentage of illiterate white voters is twenty or more in eight of these the percentage is thirty or more and in three it is thirtyfive- In some of these counties therefore every fifth white voter in other- every fourth white voter and in some every third white voter as he steps into the voting booth must look at th picture to know how to votel DUKES Mrs Ellen Basham was ill a few days last week Miss Eva Powers of Goering is visiting Miss Carrie Basbam Mrs Crete Lamb and children Misses Tula Elsie and Rebecca of Patesville spent Wednesday with Mrs L New buryMiss Sue McGavock and brother Hugh of Webster visited relatives here last week Miss Pearl Basham is visiting her uncle Arthur Higgs of Evansville Roy Sapp of Owensboro is visiting his sister Mrs Wm Campbell George Powers of Goering was the guest of his cousin Eddie Sowers ThursdayFlora spent a few days last weekat Patesville the guest of Miss Tula Lamb Mr and Mrs Nate Starks and chil dren Vergil and Thelma and sister Miss Shelby Hatfield visited her brother F O Burnett Wednesday Richard Hardin is on the sick list Oscar Slaughter is no better Frank Butler of Patesville and Miss Emma Evans were married at the home of the brides parents Mr and MrsI Will Evans Wednesday evening at 3 oclock A protracted meeting is in progress at the C P church at this place A large audience is in attendance at every service Many requests from Catarrh sufferer- who use atomizers have caused us toI put up Liquid Cream Balm a new and convenient form of Elys Cream BalmI the remedy for Catarrh which can al ways be depended on In power to allay information to cleanse the clogged air passages to promote free natural breathing forms of Cream Balm aret alike Liquid Cream Balm is sold by alll druggists for 75 cents including spray ing tube Mailed by Ely Bros 54t Warren Street New York 1 Statement of Condition oftThe Bank of Hardinsburg TrustCo Hardinsburg Ky at Close of Business December 31 1907 Resources Notes and Bills 23579029 Cash in Safe 1865380 Cash in Other Banks 3497218 Stocks and Bonds 3494469 Banking House and Lot 1800 00 Other Real Estate 13679 Furniture and Fixtures 40000 32669775e In presenting th s statement of our business and condition we invite your careful study of the details We cent gratulate ourselves upon so wholesome a showing after the past two months of stringency in banking expedencedfwe every a manner We call your attention to fact that we have not rediscounted one dollars worth of paper that we have not borrowed one dollar nor have any of the individuals connected with this bank borrowed one dollar All of ourotesouroes and all of our credit are uuused Very respectfully M H BEARD Cashier 4T d M LYDDAN An interesting man in Breckenridge county is Mr M Lyddan because of his successful career in the past and his remarkable activity in the present His home is the Park Place Stock Farm near Irvington which he and his brother Mr Nick Lyddan made famous as a market place for alt kinds of live stock In the spring of 1857 they AdsSchapeze and continued to buy surrounding ground until they owned 1600 ofemules cattle and hogs and for a num ber of years sold more live stock than any other firm in two counties The Ohio river was the way to market and Brandenbnrg was the loading point although they shipped from many other landings It was not un common for the Lyddans to ship 1500 hogs at one time when the old ferry Daniel Boone was running between Louisville and New Albany It would come down at night for the Lyddans and the largest one in a year was 4300 hogs Mr Lyddan was born in Nelson county Kentucky October 16 1822 andwhen he was twentyfive years of age he went to Hardin cou nty where he met his fate Miss Lucretia Watson In the spring of 1856 they were united in marriage after which they came to the fertile fields near Irvington and made their home where Mrs Lyddan reigned like a queen until death took her from her throne Besides her husband she is survived by the following children Mrs John Akers John Thomas and George Lyddan- In 1879 Mr Lyddans brother died and since his death he has conducted the business with the assistance of his sons Twentyfive years ago he start ed his sons into business for themselves and gave each one of them a fine farm Last fall he favored his children by dividing the home place among them and the seventeenth day of Dec ember he had a sale of stock and lifted from his shoulders all responsibility of a business life Mr Lyddan is now enjoying the harvest of wellspent years and is I living with his children He has always thoughseightysix years of age he can ride horseback to Brandenburg a distance of ten miles at any time he chooses Go To Meade Mr and Mrs Henry Harper left yes terday morning for Brandenburg to make their home on the late Franklin Ditto estate Mr Harper will accept a position with Mr loneslowner of the farm and will farming Their son Joe Harper met them Irvington atIII Liabilities Capital Stock 5000000 Surplus and Undivi vided Profits 739564 Dividend No 35 3 per cent 150000 Amount Due Deposi tors 26780211 Total 32669775 circles especially the shipments again r a- ICut J1 I PricesW- HY It t J send to Louisville for drugs toilet articlts perfumes soaps when you can buy cheaper at home 8 We buy the best pay cash and WILL sell you goods cheaper than can be purchasedelsewhere I COLD CREAM 9c to 50c per box FOLEYS CREAM17c per bottle TALCUM POWDER lOc to 25c per box WITCII IIAZEL JELLY Parke Davis Co I7c per tube ENTIIYMOL CREAM Parke Davis Co I7c per tube ENTHYMOL TOOTH PASTE Parke Davis Co I7c per tube CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAP large Colgates23c per cake CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAP small Colgates Me per cake PERFUMES 25c to 100 per ounce KISME CHEWING GUM 2 packages 5 cents 1 Everything else in our shop sold at reduced prices We handle I only the best Come in to see us whether you buy or not I Irvington Pharmacy- L B Moremen Man- agerFIRSTSTATEBANK to 1 Established Two Years Ago EKRON KY At the Close of Business December 31 1907 RESOURCES Loans an 1 Discounts 141 738 25 Furniture and Fixtures2 5812 Banking House and LotJ 001 10 Cashand due trom banks 13 158 43 00 055 00 LIABILITIES 000 00 541- 30Deposits4 00 00 A Wonderful Bank Record No whisper of panic within our walls The result I Confi dence instilled and a increase in business We con fidently believe no bank has better assets a list of cus tomers better pleased than those of the First State BankEkron Kentucky- We feel that to study statement is evidence sufficient great success A C CROUCH Cashier HARNED Misses Shellie Payne and Ree and Ola Gray visited Mrs D S May Sun dayMr Mart Tivitt and family of Mattoon Ill have moved into house vacated by Garfield Tucker The singing service at the Baptist church Tuesday night was well attend edMr James Tucker and family left Wednesday for Cloverport where they will make their future home Cyrus Moorman and Coleman Payne have entered school at Hardinsburg- Our literary society which was re centjy organized meets on Friday r It- to a Capital Stock15Undivided Profits 514 055 00 heavy nor our of our the nights and is well attended WHughesthe interest of a railroad from here to KingswoodOur is progressing nicely Jonas Gray and Joe Smith went to Hardinsburg Thursday Miss Hallie Beatty went to Kings wood Tuesday to visit her sister CANNELTON AFIRE Just as the News was going to press yesterday afternoon word was received that the Cotton Mill Block at Cannel ton Ind was burning and the rest of the town threatened with conflagra tion o d 0 it itZ f fi 4 i h tW 4 i ftspiIIs This popular remedy sever falls to effectually cure rDyspepsia Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness And ALL DISEASES arising from a Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion The aatural result Is good appetite aid solid flesh Dose snail elegant ly sugar coated sad easy to swallow Take No Substitute Ghe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JAN 22 1908 u PERSONAL AND LOCAL Seed oats for sale Perkins Mrs Howld iis vHtinjj in Patesville J R Hardin was in town Saturday Seed oats for sale Perkins Henry Yrnger was in Owenshoro last weekLilbon Smith has returned from OwensboroC of Stephensport vus in town Saturday New February magazines on sale at the News office Miss Alice Board of Louisville is visiting in OwensboroI Fred Fraize has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati Mrs Chas Lightfoot has been ill at her home for several days W C Pate of Mattingly was a visitor at the News office Saturday Mrs Larkin Gibson of Hardinsburg is the guest of Mrs Chas Hamman Miss Lizzie Skillman has gone to Morganfield to visit Miss Evelyn Young N G Barbee and Stephen Mattingly of Stephensport were in town Satur day Mrs Chas Skillman left yesterday for a visit to her parents at Morgan fieldMfs Ousley is holding a series of meetings at the Presbyterian church at DukesH Starter went to Vine Grove Sun day to pen1a week with liis father who is in ill health An interesting and entertaining novel is The Fighting Chance which is now running in the News Misses Katie Graham and Mary Lin Dittof of Brandenburgare visiting Miss Cornelia Ditto in Louisville Mrs Courtney Babbage and daugh ter Elizabeth of Louisville were the guests of Mrs Adele Hambleton last week Miss Kathtine Moorman and Frank Moorman came from Louisville Friday to see their parents Dr and Mrs J L MoormanMr owner of the late Franklin Ditto estate at Brandenburg was the guest of Mr and Mrs John Babbage WednesdayMiss Satterfield who has been ill for several weeks was in town Friday and Saturday the guest of her sister Mrs Viola Jackson Miss Clara Fisher one of the most highly known professional l nurses of Owensboro is here nursing her uncle Mr James Fisher The Girls Club will be entertained at the home of Miss Louise Babbage this afternoon The game Fortytwo will be played and will commence at 230 oclock Misses Reba Lewis Jeanette Burn and Mildred Babbage three pretty High School girls are able to resume their studies this week after several days illness of grip DI Edwin Bell returned to her home at JIemphis Tenn Saturday after a visit to Mr and Mrs A R Fisher She was accompanied by Miss Georgia White who will be her guest for several weeks Seed oats for salePerkins Miss Lucile Berry is visiting in Evans vileJohn Neubauer has returned from Tennessee Pay your subscription in advance before February 12 Mrs Wtu Butcher of Lewisport is the guest of relatives I Miss Amanda Dean of Glendeane is visiting in Louisville Mrs Ben Ridgeway has returned home from Henderson James Harris will leave this week for a business trip to New York Miss Adele Fisher of Owensboro returned to Owensboro Monday Allen Pierce was the guest of Miss Claudie Bandy at Irvington Sunday Rev Edward Barnes of Illinois is the guest of Mr and Mrs J J Dyer A little daughter arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Ed Gregory Friday Mr and Mrs James Cordrey left yes terday afternoon for Evanston 111 for H visit to Mr and Mrs DHuy Irvy Taylor son of Mr and Mrs Alf Taylor of Custer left this week for Beechmont to enter the Louisville Training School- J V Ahl of Evansville Ind was visiting his brotherinlaw H T Dowell at Sample last week It is his first visit in 8 yea- rsSTEPHENSPORT Mr and Mrs Milton Bashatn spent a few days in town last eek with their daughters Mrs Chns Tinius Mrs Lewis Stewart and Mrs W arner Dleck man Rev Roberts and wife were very kindly remembered last week by the Rood people of Union Star who se t them two nice boxes of provisions Mr and Mrs Niles of West View have rented rooms at Miller Ri llins Mr Niles will study telegraphy with Ed AtkinsonMrs Washington has returned to her home at Irvington after spending several days with her sister Mrs L B HelmR A Smith went to Louisville on the steamer Tell City Mrs L B Helm is improving slowly Miss Ruth Irymire of Cloverport was the guest of relatives here Saturday and Sunday TOBINSPORT Mrs Mary Dunn of Cloverport is visiting friends here Clyde Samara is here at the bedside of his moth r who is ill IWaller Dyer is hauling logs in Ken tucky this week N B Sanders came home from New Albany Saturday Mrs J C Ryan who has been vis iting relatives in Greensburg returned home Saturday G C Whitehead spent Saturday at Masons Landing Misses Mabel and Jennie Armstrong of Millstone were guests of Ora Lee McKinney over Sunday Jake Loesch who has been ill for many months died Thursday He was burled at the upper cemetery Friday De ceased left to mourn his loss two sous and one daughter Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc Annual sales 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky Lady age sevenHow much is that please Stallholder at booth of church fair age nine How much has your mother given you to spend Punch Rapid changes of temperature are hard on the toughest constitution The conductor passing from the heated inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature of the platformthe canvasser spending an hour or so in a heated building and then walking against a biting windknow the difficulty of avoiding cold Scott J Emtttjrion strengthens the body so that it can better withstand the danger of cold from changes of temperature It will help you to avoid taking cold ALL DRUGGISTS boo AND 100 IN LINE at the paying tellers window with a Good Check backed by a Good I Account in a Good Bunk iis a mighty Good Thing for a Good Business Ilana lot of Goods they are allrightthoughso is OfarBank You just open an account and know the satisfaction and conven ience it will givoyou Do it To day tiro loan money on gilt edge securitiesBank of Cloverport CLOVERPORT KY It depends upon the pill you take DeWitts Little Early Risers are the best pills known for constipation and sick headache Sdol by all druggists TAR FORK Mr Joe Dunn of Norris City Ill is the guest of his daughter Mrs James Burdette of this place Our pastor Rev G W Jones of Reynolds Station is very ill with pneumonia at Jim Perkins He has the entire sympathy of this community Miss Lessie Newton visited her pupil Miss Irene Robbins Friday and Satur dayMiss Jessie Seaton and MrIIBud Pate were married at the brides home Sunday evening January 12 I Ed Hook was jn Hardinsburg Friday anc Saturday Mrs T H Chancellor and baby and Miss Ellen Robbins visited at Allen Newbys one day last week Mr and Mrs T H Bates visited Mr and Mrs O W Rice Sunday Barn to the wife of Frank Tubeling on Jan 13 a fine boy Mr and Mrs James Burdette and little son Earl visited her motherMrs Annie Dunn of Cabot Saturday and SundayMisses Emma and Lillian Burdetteof Mattingly visited their sister Mrs Luther Pate of this community one night last week Miss Pearl Jackson is the guest of her cousin Miss Mary Jackson Hog Cholera The greatest drawback to the hog industry which breeders in this country have to contend with is what is known as hog cholera and swine plague Hog cholera is a highly contagious disease and unless checked is liable to carry off a great number of hogs in a very short time Mr A P Williamsof Burnetts Creek Ind tells of an experience which he had with some hogs that had the cholera IIFive years ago says Mr Williams 11 was in the employ of Mr J D Richardson Lafayette Ind as his barn foreman Some fine hogs that I was feeding took the cholera I gave them Sloans Liniment and did not lose a hog Some were so bad thev would not drink sweet milk and I was com pelled to drench them I have tried it at every opportunity since and always find it OK Write for Dr Sloans free book on the treatment ot Horses Cattle Hogs and Poultry Address Dr Earl S Sloan 615 Albany Street Boston Mass McQUADY Tom Tablington was called to Tar Fork last Wednesday to see his brother Powell who is quits sick Born to the wife of G S Wilson Jan 16th a fine boy Mrs Laslie is quite sick She is very old and has been in pour health since moving here last year Miss Myldred Potts will leave for Owensboro next week where she will be the guest of Miss MontrePurcell G A Wright went to Louisville this week on business F T Lewis of Fairburg Neb District Deputy for the M W of A is here in interest of that order Mr and Mrs James Harris of Nash vine Tenn and Mr and Mrs Brickey were the guests of Dr and Mrs Sand bach last Sunday The farmers are rapidly delivering their tobacco and seem to be pleased with the prices The congregation at St Mary church last Sunday decided to build a new Catholic church at McQuady The work will begin in the near future I k to rIor VSiiri- I + I iWiritsd i I1- tAf r Z 7 + tNTEGRuilabl energetic man to still vliibrlnutliiK tills greases uud paints In Breeklnndtfu uud m j irent iounilui Sitinry or coininlMon SThlSON OIL CO Clevi 11111011011WANIEl to look utter our uud uduenteoun ties SulHry or coutiiUsloii Address LIN COLN OIL CO Cleveland Ohio FOR HALE PRINTINO Presses and Outt1ny machines lot of Rood Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline EnKlneu MAKTIN OAHLK SID 3rd Street Louisville ICv Mlneyuneyfornmll n iitxmt person who derlre life In sunincu or who have money to Invest In ho Ids per edit divider Stste full name and town and 1 will make special trIp to lot nuitlH Address ERNEST JAHES Lock Box 837 Lou svllle Ky CREME DELIGHTFULThat craun is the solution of the Chap Problem Severs Drug C- otiI CoffeeII II Editor NewsDear Sir Quite a number of people came into my place of busi ness last Saturday and par took of the HOT COFFEE in response to the ad in your last issue andpronounced the qual ity all right I am still offer ing the same inducement to louers of good coffee Free Coffee Next Saturday THE BIG STORE Plain Street Central Louisville Eyansville Packet CoIN- CORPORATED I Pant Mail and Pamenger Lint between Louisville and Hvano vllte- Steamers Tell City- Tarascon Leave Louisville Monday Wednes iday Friday and Saturday at 4pm Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at 6 p mThrough freight rates and pnefrnp tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than l rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 200 Cloverport to Evansville 200 Cloverport to Owensboro 100 Splendidaccommodations for stock General Office 54150J58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and P A Chas F Taylor Receiver SPECIAL CLUBBING OFFER 11GOOD ONLY JAN 311 I IBy special arrangement with the Louisville Daily Herald we will accept subscriptions at 250 for Daily Herald one year and Breckenridge News one year This offer will positively close Jan 31 1908 Send in your subscriptions at once TilE BRECkENRIDGE NEWS KyIr i Z- 1a I Gn MEET ME AT f L sT I The Fine Weather the Past Few Days Does I Not Mean That Spring I Is Here 1 I We can supply the necessary articles to make you comfortable for j the balance of the winter usually severeFebruary you know Mufflers Sweaters Ear MuffsICaps Flannel Shirts Underwear Cashmere and FleeceLined Hosieryll I Furs Muffs Cloaks Artics Alaskas I Overcoats and lots of warmers to make you rejoice I n i J C Nolte rBro c Cloverport Ky Cacick Ai11i1g Co r r rt 4 1887 Enter at any time in any of the in advance money refunded in case of sickness for a of one week or more f 1 I C u = = 10 I 00 5lit 1 t Pounds 7 3 i 1 t1 Galloni Coal iC Pc Coars I price Our Price When comes to making flour The only complaint weve ever had regarding CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR Is that bread pies and cakes made from it dont keep Customers tell us this but keep buy Ing more Bakcstuffs made from Cadicks Gold Dust Flour are so good that the more you eat the more you want Com plaints like the above dont worry us GrandviewIndiana t Hardinsburg Normal And Collegiate Institute Incorporated Normal Department Begins January 20 08 HighttCOURSESStaJeJand County Certificate School Preparatory and Primary f coursesTERMSCash period u f fS URG t AT D 4T Pounds for 15 800 it State County Certificate Certificate 1Per1 High Primary Preparatory I Good boardat 250 per week For particulars address ANDREW DRISKELL President HARD KYfLJ SPECIAL SALE AT LOW PRICES Itoted00forOOCfor OCr25etoretor5Cforpennd31cZCpound OVERCOATS Regular School 300I Puro lieJouJIILC 2CpoundI 2 ICtoe9 Cans for Rod UOlLns25e 2 IDCforL forZCI 1 IOCfor1 lOeforuI 1 iSCtood 1 MENS SUITS Regular price 6 750 10r1250 15 18 Cut price f4 5 6 750 f9 and 11 CUT TillS ADVERTISE E T OUT AND BRING IT WITH YOUy R M JOLLY Irvington Ky 4 S 1 w f7Pf del l qs x d r is v c 4 e 7 r = THE MONEY QUESTION An Inquisitive Youngster and an Ingenious Father Papa began Gunston Junior when the government of the United States began to coin gold and sliver money 1t was necessary to buy the gold and sliver wasnt it Yes my son replied Gunston senor rather cautiously teOt course papa resumed the youngster youll be able to tell uu where the government got the money to buy the gold nod silver Whyerof course stammered Gunston senior as he put down the pa per and gazed thoughtfully at the boy Now let me understand you The government wanted to coin money and In order to do so It was necessary to purchase gold and sliver You want to know where the government got the money to buy the gold and silver Thats right chuckled Gunston Junior gleefully and n great joy IlllelI his being as he thought of his all Im portant sire struggling with the simple questionWhy sonny the government simply Issued dollar bills and bought gold and silver with them Anythljig else Yes said Gunston junior Where did the government get money to bur paper for the dollar bills Harpers Weekly THE HORSE WON Beat the First Locomotive on the B and O Road The first locomotive on the Baltimore and Ohio had sails attached So did the cars These sails were holsteil when the wind was In the right direc tion so as to help the locomotive The rivalry between te railroads using locomotives and those using horses was very bitter In August 1830 an actual trial of speed was held between a horse and one of the pioneer locomotives which did not result in favor of the locomotive Tie race was on the Baltimore and Ohio the locomo tive being one built by Peter Cooper who also acted as engineer The horse a gallant gray was In the habit of pulling a car on a track par allel to that used by the locomotive At first the gray had the better of the race but when he was a quarter of a mile ahead Mr Cooper succeeded nit getting up enough steam to pass the horse amid terrific applause At that moment a band slipped from A pulley and though Mr Cooper lacer ated his hands trying to replace It engine stopped and the horse theII nnd came in the winner Van Nor den Magazine IIt is very important anti in fact it is absolutely necessary to health that we give relief to the stomach promptly at the first signs tf troublewhich are belching of gas nausea sour btomnche headache irritability and nervousness These are warnings that the stomach has been miatitatad it is doing too much workand it is demanding help from you Take something once in n while especially after meals something like Kodol For Dyspepsia and Indigestion It will enable your stomach to do its work properly Sold by all druggists An Exception The PhilosopherTell me what a person reads and I can tell you what he Is The Dyspeptic Not always Theres my wife for instance Shes always reading a cookery book The Philosopher confidently Well The Dyspeptic But shes no OQkl y A Humane Woman The Cabman Gimme your bag lady nnd Ill put It on top of the cab Mrs Oatcake as she gets luNo that poor horse of yours has got enough to pull Ill carry It on my lap London Tit Bits Do not meanuro your enjoyment br the aiAount of money spent in produc ing it A Texas Shooting Wonder The Worlds Records for wing shoot ing with n rifle were smashed to flinders in San Antonio Texas recently by Adolph Topperwoin n native of the Lone Star State He shot for ten consecutive days at 214 inch wooden blocks thrown in the air at a distance of 20 feet from him missing only four out of the 50000 and but 9 out of 72500 During his shooting he made runs of 14540 13599 13292 and 13219 hits without missing In doing this wonderful shooting he used only two 22 caliber riflesWinchester repeaters His ammunition was of the smokeless powder variety made by the Winchester people and famed for its accuracy and cleanliness DATES AND FIGS Frugal Fare of the Desert Wanderers of the East While Journeying across the desevt Mrs A GoortrlchHYeor author of In a Syrian Saddle met a lonely travel er hound for Mcdeba On hearing that the caravan was bound for tho sumo placo ho asked permission to join them Incidentally ho furnished an Illustration of the difference between necessities and luxuries We were very grateful says the writer for coffee and an excellent lunch of sausage potted moat and Jam with white bread brought from Jerusalem Wo ate our dainties with some sense of guilt as the newcomer produced his lunch of dates and figs Dates and figs he Informed us were the natural food of desert wanderers sufficing to the body stimulating to the mind The wheat the flesh above all tho alcohol of civilization were mere IrrelevancIes Was It not diet such as thisand he waved a pale of sensitive hands over Nervous BreakDown Nerve energy is tho force that controls the or gans of respiration cir- cUlation digestion and elimination When you feel weak nervous irri table sick it is often be cause you lack nerve energy and the process of rebuilding and sustain ing life is interfered with Dr Miles Nervine has cured thousands of such cases and will we believe benefit if not entirely cure you Try it My nervous system gave away completely and left mo on the verg of tho grave I tried skilled physi cians but got no permanent relief I got so bad I had to give up my business I began taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervine In a few days I was much better and I continued to Improve until entirely cured I am In business again and never miss an opportunity to recommend thIs remedy MRS W L BURKE Myrtlo Creek Oregon Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind his ascetic larder which had enabled him to reply to the inquiry of a per sonage as to how many hours a day he could ride In the desert Twenty four your majesty since a day does not contain twentyfive Wins It not on a diet of figs and dates that he had ridden sixty hours without dismounting Was it your meat eater your wine drinker who remained sound and vholesomo when uecesslt obliged him to refrain from ablution for twentyone days At this point he carefully counted his date stones observed that trn I more were vit due to his appetite nnllII finished his frugal luncheonII When you want the best get DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve It isI good for little or big cuts boils or bruises and is especially recommended- for piles Sold by all druggistsII ONLY A TRAMP Raising the Curtain For a Moment on One of Lifes Tragedies- A recent incident which holds in its I simple outlines the possibility of past tragedy Is described In the New York Times It Is another Illustration of how careless the world is of the lull I vidual and how thick Is the cloak which one may wrap about his personality I Not long ago a laborer em I ployed by the Erie railroad in Jersey City was run over by a train and hall his leg cut offIA policeman telephoned for an amIbulance The injured man lay grass patch apparently bleeding to I death Just then a typical railroad tramp in dirty rags sauntered along He tapped a policemans olbow May I ask whats the mutter olli cerV he Inquired Mnn Weeding to death replied policemanWould thuII you mind If t looked I1tII him asked the tramp I might be of serviceGo responded the officer Bending low over tho wounded In borer the tramp asked for water to wash his hands and then begged the crowd for cloan handkerchiefs With a half dozen deft rapid twists Ill made a tourniquet and stopped till flow of blood Are you a doctor some one asked as the man slipped away through the crowdI to be he replied as he hur ried off A Higher Health Level I have reached a highsr health level since I began using Dr Kings New I Life Pills writes Jacob Springer of West Franklin Maine They keep my stomnch liver and bowels working just right If these pills disappoint you on trial money will be refunded at Severs I drug store 25c- Patriotism In the Making Patriotism in New York Is cosmopol- Itan They have a flag drill In time schools in which the children of every race and clime as the hymn book says are taught to salute the stars and stripes nnd give their heads their hands and their hearts to their country Anti In some of the big downtown schools you may see chil dren from homes German Italian Syrian Scandinavian Jewish Hunga rian Chinese Armenian Greek and heaven known how many other nationalities all Joining In this picturesque ceremony It gives one a realizing sense of the variety of material which It put into this crucible we call a city ind which in another generation or two will be simply American Boston Transcript Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr hoop Racine Wis These tests are roving to the peoplewithout a pennys ostthe great value of this scientific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops CatarrhRemedy Sold by all dealers J THE COUP DE JARNACI- A French Adage and the Incident Upoi Which It Rests The coup de Jarnac has become nI French proverb and It serves to distinguish a stroke as decisive as un foreseen which intervenes for the set tlement of any affair The adage rests upon an incident in the life of GU Chabot Seigneur de Janmc a nobh of the court of Francis I The lie pass ed between him and Le Cliatelgnerale the dauphins favorite King Francis however forbade the duel At the suc cession of Henry II time old quarrel was revived and the overdue duel was fought on time plain of St Germain with all the torridity of the ancient judicial combats and In time presence of the whole court Jarnac was weak er and less agile than his adversary who was one of the noted swordsmen of the time but he had taken lessons from an Italian bravo In the duel Tnrnac waited for an opening and then dealt La Cliatelgnerale a heavy and unexpected stroke which ham strung him This was In 1447 Ten years later Jarnac was a captain in the defense of St Quentln Eventual Ily he met his fate In a duel But the coup de Jarnac is historic in the an nals of sword plnyArgonautM- onkeys and Parrots- A lung specialist was talking about a famous scientist who had contracted consumption from a lot of consumptive monkeys that he had been experiment ing upon This should be a lesson and a warn ing to us all he said for nothing is more dangerous to the lungs health than to have a monkey about the house Practically all monkeys have consumption in this climate and it Is Just as easy to take consumption from a monkey as from n man or woman It Is the snore with parrots Times too have consumption and they too are most apt to give the disease to those who pet them As for me rattier than lye in time same house with a pet mon key or a pet parrot I would take n cot In the hopeless ward of some consumptives hospitalNew Orleans rimesDemocrat A Wedding Day Reminder William Tames the famous psychologist of Harvard said at a dinner In Boston An odor often brings back memories that we had thought burled for oer As we regard some strange landscape it often seems to us that vc have teen just here before The oddest the most momentous assocla ions oftentimes attach themselves to the most trifling things Thus at a Thanksgiving dinner that I once attended the hostess said to a our need man on my left May I help you to some of the oiled rice Mr Smith Wee No thank youno rice for no Smith answered vehemently Its associated with the worst mistake of ny life A Cure for Misery- II have found a cure for the misery malaria poison produces Says R M James ofLouelien S C Its called Electric Bitters and comes in 50 cent mottles It breaks up a case of chills or ai bilious attack in almost no time and it puts yellow jaundice clean out of commission This great tonic medicine and blood purifier gives quick relief in nil stomach liver and kidney complaints and the misery of lame back Sold under unrantee at Severs drug store LAFCADIO HEARN The Way the Writer Got Even With the Heartless Editors Lafcadio Hearn that wonderful writer worked on newspapers In his i outh said a publisher and the ruthless way his studies were changed cut and butchered was a great woe to his heart In after years Hearn took a mall Ious joy In collecting stories about idltors editors and their superior and omniscient way with manuscript One of his stories was of an editor to whom a subscriber said 11 enjoyed that poem on the three ages of man lu todays paper Mr Sheers I enjoyed It Immensely Do you know though I thought that It was originally written the seven ages of man So It was sir so It was said EdI- tor Sheers pompously Yes the extract was originally written the seven urges of man but I had to cut It down for lack of space Another story concerned a weather report A reporter discussing the weather wrote that winter still lln springIover the article called the reporter up to his desk and told him that he would cut out hat sentence about winter lingering In springs lap He said the Idea was rood enough and original and all that ort of thing but it would not do to mbllsh because the high moral tone or the paper had to be maintained tot town full of school girls The Price of Peace The terrible itching and smarting ncident to certain skin diseases is almost instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Salve Price 25 cents rorsale by Severs Drug Co Might Have Known An austere looking lady walked Into n furriers and said to the shopman I should like to purchase a muff11 What fur demanded the man ToO keep my bands warm you llotl exclaimed tbe ladyLondon ScrapsI itq fII I TWO REMARKABLE CURES Of ECZEMA Over Twentythree Years Ago Baby had Severe AttackYears Later Grandfather Suffered Torments with the DiseaseVirulent Sores Developed from Knees to Toes BOTH OWE COMPLETE RECOVERY TO CUTICURA In 1884 my grandson a babo had an attack of eczema andi after trying thei doctors to the heavybills creaso of tho dis sulTerlngI ticura and in a few weeks tho child was well He Is today a strong man and abaolutolyfreefrom A few years ago I contracted eczema and became an in tense sufferer A whole winter passed without once having on shoes my ankles and nearly from tho knees to tho toes being covered with virulent sores I tried practitioners specialists dermatol ogists etc to no purpose My daughter inlaw reminded mo of leaving prescribed Cuticura for my grandson more than twenty years ago I at once procured tho Cuticura Remedies and found im mediate improvement and final cure till today though well along in years I am as though I had never had that disease I am well known in time vicin ity of Louisville and Cincinnati and all this could bo verified by witnesses M W LaRuo 845 Seventh St Louisville Ky April 23 Und May 14 1007 S The agonizing itching and burning- of the skin as in eczema the frightful scaling as in psoriasis the loss of hair and crustingof scalp as in scalled head tho facial disfigurement as in acno all demand remedies of extraordinary virtues to successfully cope with them That Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills are such stands testimonials of remarkable cures when many rem edies and even physicians havo failed One set is often sufficient to cure Cuticura Soap 25c to Cleanse the Skin Cuti curs Ointment 50c to Heal the Skin and Cuti curs Hpjolvcnt 0c or In the term of Chocolate Coated Pills 25c per vial otCO toPurify the niood ChemCorpitsMailed Free Cuticura liook on Skin Diseases Staring at Royalty Royalties are early cured of any shyness of being looked at They are there to be seen and both the king and queen when they go to the opera and turn their glasses on the occupants of opposite boxes are openly amused by the disconcerted looks Qf persons who feel abashed under the inspection Not a trace of self consciousness Is left on the face of an English royalty with the exception of perhaps a single princess under an artillery of glances Such attentions are anything but re sented Indeed the beautiful Duchess of Devonshire used to say that when the butcher boy ceased to turn round after her In the street she would know her reign was over London Chronicle Everybody loves our babyrrsv sweet and warm With kissy places on her nickand dimples on her arms Once she was so thin and cross used to cry with pain Mother gave her Cascaswret now shes well again Sold by all druggists Talking Through fhejiNose So called talking through the nose is not talking through the nose at all but rather failure to do sothat Is instead of letting the tone flood into the nasal cavity to be reenforced there by striking against the walls of the cavity which act as sounding boards for the tone confined within that cavity we shut off the cavity anti refuse the tone Its natural reenforce ment It takes on as a result a thin unresonant quality which we call na sal although It is thin vpnd unpleasing because it lacks true nasal resonance The only remedy lies In ceasing to shut off time cavity Katherlne Jewell Everts In Harpers Bazar L HST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 119 Dally Fast Train leaves Clove rpo 507 AM Upward on flaK only arrive at Louisville 725 A14 No 1 13 ally Mall and express leaves Or verport 939 A M stops at all way statIon arrIves Louisville 1215 p rn Train No 114 Dally fast mall leaves Clu verport 450 p m stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 735 u m Train No 148 Dally except Saturday Clo verport accommodation arrives Cloverport 848 n m No 118 Express Saturday only leaves Oloverport 848 pm arrives Loulsvlllo 1125 p m makes all stops except Addison Sam ple Mystic LodlbuTK Webster LOUR Branch Bartles and Howard WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Sunday Oioverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 600 a m arrives Kvansvlllo 900 am expressleavesHawesvllle Lowlsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansvllle arrJvo St Louts 750 p m Train No 113 Shill und Express dally ar rives Oloverport 7lOp m Evansville 1030 p in Stops at all stations No 115dally St Louis fast train leaves Olo PM arrives Evansvllle 135 Avorport1100t 40 A S1 stops at IIl1wrlvl11e Owensboro and Henderson only No 117 Express Sunday only leaves Clo verport 925 am arrives Evansville 1215 p m Makes all stops Except Pates Chair cars on trains 141 and 141 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars and reclining cbalr cars on trains 145 and 140 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Sunday leaves Fords vlllo 430 n res Irvlnston 840 am Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllo 320 pm arrives Irvington 520 pmTrain No6 Sunday only Fords vllle630 a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 1055 am arrives Fordsvlllo 245 pm Train No 5 Dally leavesizvl nOm 50 m arrives Jtor da rule 0 40 o m f- i 1 r W H BOWMEH PrcsfdenfAn BKILLMAN Cashier F L LIOIITFOOT VicePresident Cnjks SKnL iAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 6200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited A41mairiNse= tNl iiatltWl ii Thg Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust CompanyCAP- ITAL 5000000 B F BKARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUl CUMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Hsktidge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or Burglary 04 N N- s e4 assaNtltlt eal+ tlaietgtl t h First State Bankii IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresiden D H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr The most centrnllYJlocated and only firstclass hotel In the city Imaklcg a 1200 rate Only one block from the principal Bbopplnglfttstrlct and two blocks tn m the principal theatres Street cars pass tile door to all par I of the city- Everything neat andiclen WHY WE LAUGH A Little Nonsense Jov and Then 1Is1j Judges Quarterly 100 a year Judges Library 100 a year Sis Hopkins Mon 100 a year On receipt of TWENTY CENTS we will enter your name for a three months trial subscription for either of these bright witty and humorous journals or for ONE DOLLAR will add LESLIE WEEKLY or JUDGE for the same period of iime Address Judge Comp ny 225 Fourth Avenue New York Th- eSouthern Railway Offers Very Low Round Trip Homeseekers Rates T- oArkansas Indian Territory Louisiana Oklahoma and Texas Tickets on sale First and Third Tuesdays of each month Apply to any Southern Railway Agent or write A R COOK D P A B S VENT T P A Louisville Ky J D GREGORY JAS M LEWIS Cloverport Planing Mill J D GREGORY CO Proprietors Cloverport Ky Select No2 Flooring dressed on both sides 20 00 Select No 2 58 Ceiling 17 00 18 50WeatherboardimjNo I hin les 2 10 Light light Windows 750 to L40 per window We bought at panic prices Now is your time to buy Seats Eoobuck aint in ltatallM f A i l r r V P w j vI k t tt rnRER OFt THE VIOLIN h Gaspar da Salo Who Fashioned the First Instrument THE PRIZE OLE BULL DREW How a Gaspar da Salo Masterpiece JU n MR THE BRITISH MUSEUM It Was Gambled Into Existence by the Lottery Route The British museum fumed all over the world was born of a lottery It was In 1753 that the trustees of Sir Hans Sloane offered to the nation for 20000 the wonderful collection of coins manuscripts printed books and natural history Curiosities As an ad ditional Inducement to the state to provide house room It was pointed out thnt the Harlolan collections of manu Tfiousaijds Haye Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it Provalcncjr of Kidney IHicnau Most people do not realize the alarm ing increase and remarkable prevalency of kidney disease Wliilekidneydis orders are the most common diseases that pre vail they are almost the last recognized by patient and phy A PERSIAN SERVANT HeWspoetical Even if Useless and Dishonest- In ont waj Persia reminds one dim ly of England for there are sUch things as dlHlciiltles with servants oven In Teheran The author dismissed one of his servants who as he had been a tailor was Incompetent to do anything but sew on buttons The man pro tested What will become of me now that I have been eating your salt for I such a long time and am driven out L M KILL H COU C H4AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings j New Discovery II FOR COUCHSOLDS Trial PRICEII 1 ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUILES IAND ATISFACTOR r i itt wrrkc tw 4- r r rir 1 U GRACEPeruna Home After all experience Is the best teacher Some doctors may write in favor of Pa Tuna Other doctors may write against it But itis the testimony of the mothers and fathers who are rearing families who love their children who must economize as to doctor bills who are raising little boys and girls lntomen and women of tho future it is the testimony cf such people that really counts There is no way to positively ascertain bow manyfamilies in the United States rely upon Poruna for the many climatic ailments to which the family is subject The number must bo a groat one Sever al millions perhaps They have learned bow to use Pcruna for ordinary ail ments and in that way aro guarding their homos against more serious dis oases Such ailments as coughs and colds sore throat and catarrh croup and colic Indigestion and loss of appetite anemia and nervousness all those ailments are promptly relieved by a few doses of Pcruna at the right time Millions of provident mothers and lathers are guarding the interests of the homo by using Dr Hartmans great remedy and profiting by his medical booklets Bad personal advice DEADLOCK ALL SET jug a VCIT en IU man a uonjniiTirl are nlrrMv ivrtlnc It will ho a race as to which will be the lucky two to get to the iirnpta This may 1 Innvnr the chnn3 n of thestate prohibition bill fwi liIIIt nnsspd as the friends of other measures will work for their own pet measures S The fight to put the American Tobacco I company known as the tobacco trust out of business In Kentucky has already begun In the legislature Rep resentative Crecellus of Pendleton I I ocunty has introduced a bill which makes It unlawful for that company or any other trust or combine of Its kind to do business In Kentucky If the trust violates the provisions of the bill the amount of the tine Inflicted will be flunlimited as It is left to the discretion ef Jury trying the case The bill also seeks to prevent the agents or buyers of the trust from purchasing tobacco In the state as a fine of 5000 and Imprisonment for one year Is pro Tided for such offense Mr Crecelius also introduced a bill providing a penalty for anyone who shall break his contract to pool his tobacco or other crop It Is understood that the Amen can Tobacco company hat several In uential agents in Frankfort who will make every effort to have these bllli defeated but the temper of the legis lature Indicates that they will be passed S e An effort will be made at this sen lion to reduce the rate of state taxation from 50 cents on the 100 to 42 Dents on the 100 Representative Gus Richardson of Meade county has already prepared such a bill In addition to the proposed reduction In the rate the bill proposes to abolish the present tax warrant system and will fix the first day of January each year as the final day upon which taxes can be paid This will give the taxpayers two months more than they now have as tho last day under the present law is Nov L The Richardson bill also proposes to change the manner of taxing dogs by placing dogs on the same footing as horses and other livestock which are classed as property no if a i man owns a 50 dog he must pay tho 1 I same tax on the dog that he pays on i prejuw dice against any sort of a dogtax how ever that It Is hardly probable that this feature will be adopted though it seems assured that tho tax rate will be reduced unless the senatorial fight defeats all important legislation Senator Burnam of Madison county 1 ku Introduced a bill providing for a t vote on the question of amending the tltutloa that each boatfide house keeershallI have 350 wqrtk of land J i 1 I D MOTHER BELIEVES IN PERUNA Y Mrs K Kane of Chicago Uses Peruna in her family of five children Grace Myrtle Edward Reeves and George I YRT LE Catarrhal Croup Pew people realize how frequently croup is caused by catarrhal congestion of tho throat Probably nino cases outof ton of croup is of tho catarrhal variety The medical profession recognizes threo forms of croup The spasmodic va riety membranous croup and catarrhal croupNearly every case is of tho catarrhal va rioty and a few doses of Peruna taken at the first appearance of tho catarrhal symptoms is generally sufficient to avert tho attack of croup altogether Croup is frightful disease No dis ease of children so alarms tho household awemng or appurtenances exempt from taxation This will likely prove a very popular bill for what the average property owner loves above every thing else is to escape as much taxa tion as possible As a matter of fact though such a law would greatly en courage thousands of renters to pur chase homes At every session of the legislature from 600 to 900 bills are Introduced and the author of each bill makes heap talk about his bill being the most Important one of all for the people but as a rule not over one out of love of these bills ever gets beyond its second reading and only about one tenth of them become laws Over 200 have already been Introduced this ses sion the titles of the most Important being as follows Bill making It a penitentiary offense to kill fish with dynamite or other ex plosive Hill requiring railroads to carry adult passengers at two cents per mile and one cent per mile for children un der twelve years of age Bill to repeal the registration law so far as It applies to fifth and sixth class towns Bill providing that property of non residents In the hands of a trust com pany or trustee shall pay taxes at the home of the owner and not at the home of the trustee Bill appropriating 75000 tor the eSt tablishment and maintenance of a state tuberculosis sanatorium Bill appropriating 460000 to complete and furnish the new statehouse and 50000 for a new mansion for the governorBill prohibit the playing of base ball on Sunday Dill to add the words manufactured articles and fire insurance premium rates to the statute on pools trusts and conspiracies- Bill repealing the law requiring reg Istratlon certificates to be Issued Bill to prohibit the use of parls green or other poisons on growing to bacco and to regulate the sale of parts greenBill to prohibit the dealing in fu tures or on margins on stocks and bonds Aimed to kill the bucket shop evil Bill making an assignment of wages or salary Illegal unless accepted in writing by the employer BUI creating county boards of educa tion with power to build and maintain schoolhouses and employ teachers Bill providing for heavy fines for the operation of poolrooms and prohibiting telephone and telegraph companies from furnishing them information as to horse races Bill to orevent the manufacture and i yQiiir MW Nv7xCti 4Vati SSfGhsCi4 = fflfflimflWaa g REEVES r GEORGe fl7A HEALTHY FAMILYi JKe- pt I the Children Well M Mrs K Kane 196 Sebor St Flat 1 Chicago III writes Peruna has been used so long in our family that I do not know how I could get along without it I have given it to all of my five children at different times when they suffered with croup colds and the many ailments that children are subject to and am pleased to say that it has kept them in splendid health I have also used it for a catarrhal difficulty of long standing and it cured me in a short time so I have every reason to praise I erunaJJjj It is impossible to estimate how many homos have boon protected against croup by the proper use of Poruna Household Remedies There is no remedy in tho world which has proven so popular for catarrh as Poruna It has been used for more than thirty years and cured thousands of eases as proven by our testimonials- In the early history of this country every family had its homemade medicines Herb tons blttors laxatives and tonics wore to ho found in almost every house compounded by the housewife sale of Impure or deleterious rooas or drugs In this state Dill to create a board of bank exam iners and providing for a periodical examination of all state banks Bill to prohibit betting in any form on the racetracks in this state Bill to amend the insurancelaws so that fire insurance companies may be organized with 50000 capital stock This Is done to permit smaller companies to organize to take the insur ance on tobacco that has recently been cancelled by the big Eastern compa nies Bill to allow pay to Jurors who are summoned but not accepted on the panel Bill to Increase the salary of circuit judges to 5000 Bill substituting electrocution for hanging of condemned criminals the electrocution to take place In one 6f the penitentiaries- Bill permitting farmers to pool their crops and authorizing them to employ agents to sell the pooled crops for them Dill to prevent the importation of strikebreakers into this state Of course all the authors of the above bills are busy electioneering with other legislators trying to pledge enough votes to pass his pet bill and there are lots of disinterested lobby fats on hand to boost certain bills and to delay and defeat others but these politicians promises are of the pie crust variety easily broken and many of these bills will never pass either branch of the legislature All of which reminded a legislator who has had some experience of an apt story He said his sister was trying to teach a little eightyear old negro the catechism and a few facts about historical characters She was putting him through tho questioning one day and the little negro had answered very well telling her that Samson was the strongest man Methuselah the oldest man and finally she asked Who was George Washington 1 You never tol me nuthln bout him Miss Lucy he replied Well I will tell you now He was the man who could not toll a lie said Miss Lucy The little negro scratched his head for a minute as if puzzled and then askedMiss Lucy whut wuz de matter wid him 1 Henderson Route Notes Special Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 115 and 118 and all trains Sundays Round trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates to local SundayHome To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L- fL f sometimes assisted by tho apothecary or tho family doctor Furnishing medical compounds direct to tho people through the druggists is simply the extension of tho practice begun by the people themselves Nervous System a Wreck John G Hirdlor Garfield Kus writes On December 2 1393 I was injured by a fall on tlio Santa Po R R and my entire nervous system was Impaired by the same Tho lnp or a physician was useless I oellevo I trice overy ono in tlio vicinity Lit all wore alike and I IRVINGTON Mrs Bate Washington returned Sat urday from Stephensport wheat she had been life guest of her sister Mrs Brown Helm for several days Jess Wetherford and little daughter of Harned spent Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Matt Payne William Shaw and Eugene Miller of Owensboro were visitors in town last weekChas Chitwood of Glendale was the guest of his aunt Mrs Chitwood for a few days last week The Social Club was entertained by Miss Willa Drury on Friday afternoon at her home on Waluut street Those present were Misses Nary Peyton Ruth Miller Annie Lee and Claudia Bandy Jessie Brady Essie Biggs Olie Mae Clarkson Nellie Smith Eva and Mable McGlothlan and Mesdames H H Kemper L H Jolly C L cbamIbeJlain and Nora Board Miss Nannie Childs and cousin Mies Mills left Monday for Brandenburg for a visit to relatives and friends Miss Mary Peyton spent a few days in Louisville this week on a shopping tour Mr and Mrs Davis Dowell of Gar field have returned home after being the guests of Mr and Mrs Robt Bell Horace Snyder and family of Bew lleyviUe left Tuesday night for Enid Oklahoma to live A number of girls were nicely enter tained at the home of Mrs Chas Cham berlain on last Tuesday night to a slumber party given in honor of the departure of Miss Evelyn Herndon to Nashville Tenn J W Cleaton of Louisville repre senting the Business Mens Life Insur ance Co spent last week in town on a business trip Miss Nora Hoskins and Mr Walker Brown were married at Jeffersonyille Ind Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclock in the oarlors of Rev Frank E Ander son A number of friends and relatives were present The couple left imme diately after their marriage for a short trip East and are now at home here to CONTAINS ENNEBYSMothers f ICatarrh of Stomach r rMr John M Stansberry Amarillo Tex writes uFor several years I had catarrh of the stomach II was hardly able to do anything and could not eat with any satisfaction I I I poundsIwinter I had gained 63 pounds highlyulI I architect and builder remained without strength- I then tried Peruna and after using it for three months was totally well I am sovontyono years old and my work on the railroad is hard and tedious but I can work like a young man in all kinds of weather heat cold rain snow or storm aliko- uPerunllo is tho purest and best medi clue and if used according to directions it will help any person and cure any disease for which it is recommended I rec ommend this medicine by my own ex perience to any ono suffering from an ailment on the order of mine For Herself and Children MM Aline DoPasse 776 E 165th St New York N Y writes uIt gives mo pleasure to testify to the curative qualities ofPoruna and ManaUn heir many friends Will Brandenburg of Ehzabethtown was in town a few days lat week buy ing mules He bought a large number and gave good prices for them These mules were shipped to the South Miss Emma Netherton of Louisville is visiting her brother N B Netherton The Rev B F Wilson filled his reg ular appointment last Sunday both morning and evening and preached two fine sermons The choir rendered most excellent music John Lynch and family of Rosaline who have been visiting Mr and Mrs Willard Arnold have returned home The Ladies Aid of the Baptist church hel 1 avery interesting meeting on Tues day afternoon at the church A good crowd was in attendance and a number of very important subjects were JiB cussedA of girls were entertained at tb home ot their Sundnyschool teacher Mrs A B Coleman last Thursday afternoon from 2 to 5 p m The girls present were Misses Edith and Gladys Hensel Bessie Arnold Kate Mussel man Mary Smith Fanny Vitoe Ethel Pool Zelma Wilson and Bessie Carson Mrs Coleman was given a beautiful pearl handled letter opener by her pu pils which was a very pleasant surprise to herMiss Essie Kendall entertained a few friends Tuesday evening in honor oCher visitor Miss Stella Wright of Stithton Miss Olie Mae Clarkson of Big Spring came Friday for a visit to her sister Mrs H H Kemper Born to the wife of Luther Wilson on Friday January 17 a fine boy James Claycomb and Mr Gilpin left Monday for an extended trip through Texas on a prospecting tour Mrs Chas Pennington and cousin William Deitz of Louisville returned Monday after a short visit to Mr and Mrs Ernest Henderson Little Miss Ella Payne entertained three little girls Sunday night Misses Katharine Wimp Bessie Wetherford of Harned and Mary Collins The Rev T F Walton of Eradfords HONEY AXATIVEChllinn I yurtwithdigestive organs I consulted many physicians but they did me no good One day I happened to read some tee timonials in your Pornna almanac I decided to try Peruna and Manalln I bought a bottle of each and after taking them for a week I noticed a change for tho better So I kept it up and after fut ing perfecttycuredIren and they had tho same beneficial result I would never be without then remedies in tho house I highly recommend Parana sal Manalin to all my friends and in fact tI everybodyThousands of families have learned to trust and believe in Dr Hartman Judg mont and to rely on his remodyPeru1 ville Ky is assisting the Rev E W Graves m a protracted m etiin at Gus ton this week The sermon are qu te practical and very helpful und the pros pects are goal for some fine work to be doneSeveral from here left Tuesday for Dili a rt Texts to the opening which will be the lattr part of ti is week CUT THIS OUTAND SAVE IT Says Many Persons Here Can Be Made Happy Again By Using This There is so much Rheumatism here in our neighborhood now that the following advice by an eniment authority who writes for readers of a large East ern daily paper will be highly appre cated by those who suffer Get from any good pharmacy one half ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kargon three ounces of Compound Syrup Sarsapa rilla Shake these well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bed time also drink plenty of good water vIt is claimed that there are few vic tims of this dread and tortous disease who will fail to find ready relief in this simple homemade mixture and inmost cases a permanent cure is the re sultsThis simple recipe is said to strengthen and cleanse the eliminative tissues of the Kidneys so that they can filter and and strain from the blood and system the poison acid and waste matter which causes not only Rheumatism but numerous other diseases Every man and woman here who feels that their kidneys are not healthy and active or who suffers from any urinary troubles whatever should not hesitate to make this mixture as it is certain to do much good and may save you from much misery and suffering after while Our home druggist say they will either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription ready to take if our readers ask them AN- DOUCH Tuiia so good TAR YRUP L O NCNIOAn ItsaM erev s O wart ireisdpdla s a91 u eont+td s owea KMBMTI LuMlr CMIB Ijrru mvIj VowiU k1a M Offclta Fox SU Lywll Druggist Jh P t tft I Ii