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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w lIT THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS s rte t4 I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 29 1908 8 Pates NO 299 IIHas Come to Stay i Deadlock In Kentucky Sena- torialL Race Seems to Have Become a Fixture ONE WAY OUT OF CONTEST Our Correspondent at the Capital Pre sents an Interesting Review of Af fairs Relating to the Legislature and Its Doings Frankfort Ky Jan 28rThe dead ylook In the senatorial race seems to have come to stay Beckham is still three votes short of his election and i Bradley is five votes short with six antlBeckhom Democrats voting for McCreary Blackburn and other Democrats and holding the balance of pow er The race has settled down to a sort of humdrum affair and tho two steering committees are getting the only excitement out of it as they have to hustle around every morning to see i If all the absentees are properly paired with some member of the opposite political party The six anUBec Democrats have It In their hamI course to elect either Beckham Bradley but It has not been demon filtrated yet that they can pull over enough Democrats or enough Republl cans to elect a third man A Republi can member of the legislature said last week that if he were released from voting for the Republican nominee W O Bradley he would be willing to vote for Wheeler Campbell one of the anti Beckham Democrats and thus end the deadlock But I will never ask Bradley to release me said he for I know If I went to him and asked him to release me he would give me a good cussing and I am not going to say a word about it but Just stand pat This Indicates that the deadlock may con linue to the end of the session but it will end any day that Beckham or j Bradley withdraws from the race i H Governor Willson has sent a special message to the legislature on the subject of better schools and a more ad vanced system of education He says there Is a general movement all over the state for better teachers better teaching better schools better school houses longer school terms better paid teachers firstclass normal schools to train teachers and a com plete change in the whole school system to bring It up to the best modern methods To carry out these ideas he I suggests that a commission be provided for composed of the governor superintendent of public Instruction one senator one representative one lady to be chosen by the Federation of Womens clubs the president of the Btate university the presidents of the two normal schools one superintendent of county schools and one superin tendent of city schools all to be see tooted by the governor except those rpecflcallr named The duty Qt this commission will be to Investigate our school system and compare it with the heat systems at other states and sub toH to the next general assembly a report embodying recommendations fend suggestions as to needed changes In our school system A bill propos ing to create said commission hu ale ready been introduced in the sonata by Senator Rives and it will likely be passed and become a law If the servo torial race does not block all legisla tion S eqator R B Brqwn of Gallatla euatr has Introduced one of the meat remarkable bills of the session and While il Is not likely to beeome a law ft is an index of the determined fight the tobacco growers are mtklag to in nease the price of tobacco by growing aearoi at all this year eaabe- rintros hill provides that before it than be lawful for any farmer to raise a crop of tobacco this year he shall lint procure a license to do BO from the county clerk and the price to be Barged for said license shall be UO tor each acre of tobacco proposed to be gown The penalty for the violation tf provisions of the bill is fixed at a flue of from 500 to 1000 so it is safe to predict that if the bill beoomes the- Jaw there will be no tobaooo grown in entucky this year The bullijlng of good reads in this jMate will he given a most wholesome impetus if the bill fathered by Sena ors Bosworth and Wyatt can be pass M Under the present constitution no ipranty can assume an Indebtedness lor rbadbulldlng purposes greater than 2 per cent of the assessed value Bf the property in the county This aaaount has been found to be totally feadeftuate to secure anything like a feeeat system of public roads and the taaaBd from the people for letter tHals has eeome to ImslsUnt that am dsea to tYtl UItMIa Is- e deemed necessary an me om n meet the demand of the people The BosworthWyatt bill provides that a vote be taken on an amendment to the constitution which will permit tho counties to become indebted for build- Ing public roads to the amount of 10 per cent of the taxable value of the property In tho county This will give the people a chance to show whether they are in earnest or not when they clamor for better roads S A determined fight will be made In thfs session of tho legislature to give women the right to vote In school elec tions and to hold the office of school trustee or any other school office Representative J A Sullivan of Mad ison county has Introduced a bill in the house the first section of which I says That any woman possessing the qualifications requisite to a male voter in common school elections and who in addition may be able to read and write Is hereby declared qualified to vote at any election held for the purpose of choosing any officer of schools or upon any measure relating to schools and any woman possessing the qualifications required for males is hereby declared to be eligible to hold any office now existing or that may hereafter be created by any act of the general assembly Several delegations of women have already been to Frankfort In the Interest of this bill but home of the leading Womans club members are working against it It is predicted that the main stumbling block In the way of the measure becoming a law Is the fact that it gives negro women the same right to vote and hold office that it gives to the white women For the past twenty years or more attempts have been made to reduce the fees charged by stockyards com panics but for some reason all bills introduced In the legislature on that subject have failed to pass Senator R W Owen of Hancock county has In troduced a bill this session to regulate end reduce these fees and the prices charged for provender The senator Is a farmer and a stock trader himself and he feelq from personal experience that the prices charged by these com panies Is too large His bill provides that the price charged shall not be more than 50 per cent higher than the market price of the provender and that the actual weight of the food shallbb taken and not charged by guess as seems to be the custom of some of the stockyard companies This bill will meet with the hearty approval of tho farmers and shockshippers all over the state f A bill aimed at the drug stores and corner grocery stores that sell whisky has been Introduced The bill does not name the drug stores or groceries but it provides that one having a license to sell liquor shall not engage In any other business at the same place he sells the liquor Among the other scores of bills offered the following are importantAct annuall ranpprttlon ment and accounting of the surplus of life Insurance companies Act prohibiting the manufacture and sale of cigarettes in this state and providing a severe punishment therefor Act to prohibit the marriage of first and second cousins in this state Act to prevent the crowding or overloading beyond their seating capacity of cars provided by railroad companies for the transportation of passengers and to prevent any increase in rates now in effect or the withdrawal of cer taro tickets in retaliation Act providing for the teachiag of the elements of agriculture in the public schools of the state Act amending the election law by providing that hereafter the ballots shallthave no party emblems on them Act giving the landlord a superior lien on the tenants crop for the money advanced to raise the crop the lien to be superior to all other liens for one year The classic old building where the legislature now meets and has met since 1832 will soon be a thing of tho put as far as being of service to the state is concerned unless the legisla ture makes some provision for its fu ture Everybody admires and loves the old building for Its many historical associations and are anxious to see It preserved for all time end users by the state for some purpose The most frequent suggestion Is that Ui be turned over to the State Historical society and let that organization make a state historical museum of it alter the new statehouse is furnished and occupied Nearly all the other older states have a historical museum and Kentucky should have one by all means No more suitable building could be found for such a purpose and the state will have no further use for it after next year In this way the state would se cure a most valuable and interesting feature without having to spend any cr MOVEMENTS OF FOLKSAT COUNTY SEAT I Prominent Lawyer of Hardina burg Wants to Represent the Fourth Congressional District at Chicago MANY STUDENTS AT TilE NORMAL Mrs J H Lennon is quite ill John and Lonnie Carwile of Fisher were in town Monday Miss Lettie Baker left Monday for Bowling Green State Normal Miss Nell Moorman of Glendeane is visiting her sister Mrs D R Murray Rev and Mrs E B English enter tain the ladies of the Baptist church from 2 to 5 this afternoon The normal under Mr DHskolPs SUe pervision is flourishing with prospects for all the students he can handle Eleven applicants for graduation horn the common school course took the ex amination here Friday and Saturday C L Beard left Monday for Indian apolis to purchase the outfit for the cannery which will be erected at Kings woodThe board of tax supervisors are in session this week until Saturday for the purpose of hearing complaints from those who object to the proposed raises B L Stinnett near town cut from the top of a hickory a cane with a most fantastic natural growth handle This cane will attract the attention of all who see it- The second quarterly meeting of the conference year will be held at the M E church South Hardinsburg the second Saturday and Sunday in February with Presiding Elder A P Lyon of Elizabethtown in charge mug to gt A great many amusing things are told as jokes on the llegislative mem bers from some of the back counties some of them being true and some of them probably not true The other day at the boarding house where one of these rural members was stopping the housekeeper had apple dumplings for dinner and served them with a very toothsome sauce The aforesaid legis lator it seems had never seen any sauce before so when he had about finished his dumpling the housekeeper asked him If he would not have some thing else He replied Yes I would like to have some more of that what you wallop your dumpling In The new statehouse Is nearing com pletion and from the outside promises to be a most magnificent building The contractors have notified the commis Bloners that they will complete their work by May 16 and then the furnish lag with desks carpets and other necessary articles can begin if the present legislature makes an appropriation for that purpose The bulidingpresents a splendid view from all parts of Frank fort and will It Is expected be a source of pride to every Kentuckian as he sees It In passing through the city on the train It is the only real first class statehouse that Kentucky has ever had and the only mistake made In not building twentyfive wasII ago 1 Judge W K Barnes continues poorly Circuit Clerk Tom Moore is still con fined to his room Born to the wife of Chas L Beard Sunday morning January 26 a boy B F Beard has returned from a visit to his daughter Mrs Edelen at Bur gin Liam Baker has gone to Springfield Tenn to accept a position in a printing establishment Jeff Dillon engineer on the L N with headquarters at Bermingham is visiting his father Patrick Dillon Commissioner Lee Walls on Monday sold a 103 acre tract of land lying near Webster to H H Norton for 382 Mrs Morris H Beard B F Beard and Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough will leave the first of February for a two months sojourn in Florida- J H Glasscock tobacco dealer near McDaniels was here Monday on his way to Louisville to make sales He reports about all tobacco sold in his neighborhood Glendeane also reports nearly all crops sold The remains of Mrs Mullen of Hen derson were buried in St Romualds cemetery here Monday Mrs Mullen was a sister of John Flood of this place and of Tom Flood of Holt She had other relatives in the count Lafayette Matthews of Rockvale who was boarding with Wm Hall while teaching the Rocky Run school died Saturday morning after an illness of two days He was buried at Macedonia church rear Rockvale on Sunday A large crowd of friends attended Mr Matthews intended entering school and preparing to continue the work of teach ingJohn P Haswell Sr received from Gov Willson his commission as notary public last week Mr Haswells rec ord is in many respects a remarkable one He has been notary public twenty years He was postmaster in Hardins burg continuously from 1852 to 1884 being deputy for a short time of this period He served another term of four years under Harrisons administration For more than thirty years he has been Sundayschool superintendent- At the solicitation of friends Allen R Kiucheloe has agreed to announce him self as a candidate to represent the Fourth Congressional district at the National Republican Convention at Chicago on June 15 Two delegates go from each Congressional district and four from the State at large Mr Kincheloes fitness for the place is a strong recommendation for his selection He has served his party as county chair man for nine consecutive yearsa rec ord unequaled in this county He should be selected without opposition It depends upon theyou take DeWitts Little Early Risers are tho best pills known fcr constipation and sick headache Sdol by all druggists Mr Robbins Better Friends at Irvington and in Brecken ridge county are glad to learn that Mr Alex Robbins is convalescent after an illness of four weeks in a hospital at Decatur Ill Best Patent Flour Blue Ribbon 65c sack White Ribbon Flour 60c sack Best Navy Beans by the bushel poundI20c Sabo Coffee for 16c pound 20c Loose Roasted Coffee 15c pound Granulated Sugar per 100 pounds 500 Best Hog Lard per can lOc pound Hammond Best Strip Meat by the strip lOc pound Three Boxes Oatmeal 25c Flake Hominy t 3tc Grain HominyH J 2e Best Carpet Chain by the pound j 22ic to 25c Clark Thread T 5c spool Best line of Shoes Boots and Rubbers in town I will add line of Overalls this week Stoves Guns and Lap Ropes will sell at cost Will take your order for Dry Goods and get them for you at 5 per cent e w r Absolutely Pure tiFrom Grapes the most healthful of fruits comes the chief ingredient of ROYALPOWDER Additional Local Subscribe for the News February magazines on sale at the News office Mr and Mrs John Weisenberg went to Tell City Friday Bud Hook of Hardinsburg has been the guest of Miss Alma Perkins Miss Mayme Hawkins of Tar Springs has been visiting in Cloverport several daysLeggett Haynes of Hawesville is the guest of his sister Mrs Hovious BehenMr and Mrs Nelson Jolly returned to Sample Monday after a visit to Mr and Mrs Graham Jolly- D J Roberts went to Louisville and New Albany lust week where he visited his aunt Mrs L A Dresser Mr and Mrs Tom Mason Jr have arrived here from Evansville and taken possession of their new home the Noel placeMr and Mrs Ben Mattingly Mr and Mrs Marion Jackson who have been living at Evansville have returned to thdir homes on their farms near Mat tinglyA was given at the home of Mr and Mrs H L Stader Monday in compliment of their father Mr J C Stader of Vine Grove The guests included Mr and Mrs J J Dyer Mrs Bernie Durbin celebrated his ninetieth birthday at his home near Lodiburg Sunday by having several friends as his guests for the day Mr Durbin is proud of his old age and good health John A Ross and John Reynolds of the Henderson Route are using their engine for carrying the twentyfive car loads of steel from Louisville to the point on the L H St L branch where the steel is being received It is to be used on the new road from Madisonville Postal Clerk in Trouble George B Shaw who is somewhat known to the people of this county is in serious trouble with Uncle Sam at Louisville For several years Shaw was a postal clerk on the railroad but sev eral years ago met with an accident and quit the road Since then he has been transfer clerk at the Tenth street depot in Louisville Valuable mail matter had been missing from the mails for several months and suspicion rested upon Shaw He was trapped by two postoffice inspectors who mailed decoy letters where Shaw would be sure to handle them and later when he was ar rested the letters were found upon his person He was placed under a bond of 1400 He is comfortably fixed having accumulated considerable mon ey and several years ago when insured in a wreck received several thousands of dollars from the railroad company He is a soninlaw of Martin Frank who resides in this city Shaw confessed to taking 200 from the mails but the inspectors say his peculations will amount to at least 1000 said to have been taken by him within the last month CanneltonEnquirer w The only bakingpowder made from Royal Grape Cream 4 of Tartar Costs a little more than the injurious alum or phosphate of lime powden but with Royal you are sure of pure healthful food JAMES B FISHERSUMMONS Universally Respected and Popular Man Died Monday Night FUNERAL THIS AFTERNOON When James B Fisher died Monday night one of the best liked men of Cloverport answered deaths calk Death came to him at eight oclock and was expected for his condition had been growing weaker every hour for several days He had tuberculosis of the throat that gradually came on him last fall and developed into serious trouble about seven weeks ago when he was forced to take his bed His death occurred the same day of the month the twentyseventh on which his mother died two years ago last DecemberThe of last June Mr Fisher was fortysix years of age He was unmarried and lived at the Fisher home stead Besides managing the business of the farm he devoted his interests to keeping up the home and took great pride in making it beautiful for his friends and relatives Mr Fisher wes universally popular because of the interest he took in others besides himself and there are few men who have as many staunch friends as he had Ht was a wellinformed man having beef a great reader all his life and also had I a talent for painting which is artistical ly brought out in several of the pictures from his brush at the homestead His ideas of life were very high and were demonstrated in his strong character Mr Fisher is survived by one sister Mrs Adele Hambleton of this city ails Mr John Fisher of Louisville He was a cousin of Messrs Ed John and Jerry Bacon and Mrs Conway of Lou isville who on account of being ia Florida will not be here to attend the funeral Among his favorite neices were Mrs Fred Ferry Miss Clergy Fisher Miss Jane Hambleton Mrs Co- T McClanahan Mrs Chas Kiel and Miss Adele Fisher Miss Hambleton was devoted to her uncle having been living at the Fisher homestead several years During his illness she managed his business for him and saw that his every wish was granted Mr Fishers death will also be a loss to the home of Mr and Mrs Robert Pierce where he spent much of his time as Mrs Pierce was his firstcousin The funeral services will be conducted this afernoon from the home by the Rev B M Currie at 230 oclock and the interment will take place in the Fisher graveyard Mrs Cashman Appointed Mrs Lillie Cashman has been appointed postmistress at Raymond Sh L is quite qualified for the position aaA satisfaction ls assured for the Raymond folks t N 1 I LIt tII F E p1FightingJi ii Chance ROBERT CHAMBERS W I1 I 1608 by the Curtly Publishing Company I ICopyright 1900 by Robert W Cnambers ra finfT been sonic fluie since lie bad shaken hands with Major Belwether It was apparent that the bird had not aged any- Slipping his arm through the pivot sleeve of Lord Aldordenes shooting Jacket hooking the other In Siwards reluctant elbow and driving Mortimer ahead of him Major Belwether went garrulously away up the stairs his lordships bandy little legs trotting be side him the soaking gaiters and shoes slopping at every step Siward turned off down his corridor unaware that the Sagamore pup was following close at his heels until he heard Quarriers even colorless voice Ferrall would you be good enough to send Sagamore to your ken nels Oh hes your dog I forgot said Siward turning around Quarrier looked at him pausing a momentYes he said coldly hes my dog For a fraction of a second the two mens eyes encountered then Slward glanced at the dog and turned on his heel with the slightest shrug and that is all there was to the incidentan anxious perplexed puppy lugged off by a servant turning Jerking twist ing resisting looking piteously back as hIs unwilling feet slid over the polished floor So Siward walked on alone through the long eastern wing to his room overlooking the sea He sat down on the edge of his bed glancing at the clothing laid out for him He felt tired and disinclined for the exertion of undressing The shades were up Night quicksilvered the window panes so that they were like a dark mirror reflecting his face lIe Inspected his darkened features curiously The blurred and somber tinted visage returned the stareI Not n man at allthe shadow of a man he saM aloud with no will no courage always putting off the battle always avoiding conclusions always skulking What chance Is there for n moan like that 7 As one who raises a glass to drinke wine and unexpectedly finds water he shrugged bin shoulders disgustedly and got up A bathl followed lIe dressed leisurely unit was pacing the room fussing with his collar when Ferrall knocked and entered finding a seat on the bed- Stephen he said bluntly I have nut seen you since that break of yours at the club Rotten wasnt It commented SI ward tying his tie Perfectly Of course It doesnt make any difference to Grace or to me but I fancy youve already heard front It Oh yes All I care about Is how my mother took It Of course site was cut up I sup pose Yes You know how she would look at a thing of that sort not that any of the nine nUll seventy jarring sets would cnre but those few thousands Invading the edges butting In half or threequarters Inside are the people who cant afford to overlook the victim of a fashionable clubs dis pleasure those and a woman like my mother cud several other decent mlud ed people who happen to count In town Ferrall his legs swinging busily thought again then Who was the girl Stephen- I 1 dont think the papers mentioned her name said Slward gravely Oh I beg your pardon I thought she was some notorious actress Everybody said so Who were those callow fools who put you up to It Never mind If you dont care to tell But It strikes me they are candidates for club discipline as well as you It was up to them to face the governors I think No I think not Ferrall legs swinging busily con sidered hint Too had he unused They need not have dropped you Oh they had to But as long as the Lenox takes no action I can live that down Ferrall nodded I came in to say something a message from Grace confound It what was It Oh could you before dinner now just sit down qiid with that Infernal facility Stop That Cold To check early colds or drlppa with Preventlcs means sure delei for Pneumonia To stop a cold With Preventlcs Is eater than to let It run and be obliged to euro It afterwards To be sure Pre Tenuca will euro oven a deeply seated cold but taken earlyat tho snooze stalethOY brefcOJ cad off thee early colds Thats surely better ts why utoY are called Preventlca QuinMF1eh1rovenUoa Promptness ma also Save hnU tout1q6Ua1lckneas And dont forget your chl1a U tb rels tevorllhn n1 htorday Bere1n prob bly lies Provoatics llfeA st efilcleaoy Bold In boxes for till POCket a In 25o boxes ot 4S- Tentka last0 on you to giving you Prcvcntics ALL DEALERS of yours niako a sketch of a man char ing a gun shy dog Why yes It Mrs Ferrall wishes He walked over to the desk in his shirt sleeves sat down drew a blank sheet of pacer toward him and dip ping his pen drew carelessly a gun shy setter dog rushing frantically across the stubble and after him bare headed gun In hand the maddest of menPut a Vandyke beard on him grinned Ferrall over his shoulder There 0 Lord but you have hit It Put a ticked saddle on the curthere Who Is this supposed to be began Siward looking up But Wait chuc kled his host seizing the still wet sketch and making for the door Siward strolled Into the bathroom washed a spot or two of Ink from his fingers returned and buttoned his waistcoat then completing an unhur ried toilet went out and down the stairway to the big living room There Were a number of people thereMrs Leroy Mortimer very fetching with her Japaneselike coloring black hair and eyes that slanted just enough Rena Bonnesdel smooth violet eyed blond and rather stunning In a pecul iarly Innocent way Miss Caithness very pale and slimly attractive and the Page boys Willis and Gordon delightfully shy and Interested and hay ing a splendid time with any woman who could afford the Intellectual lei sure Siward spoke pleasantly to them all Other people drifted down Marlon Page who looked like a schoolmarm and rode like a demon Eileen Shan non pink and white as a thorn blos som with the deuce to pay lurking in her gray eyes Kathryn Tassel nu lairs Vendennlng whom he did not know and finally his hostess Grace Ferrall with her piquant almost boy ish freckled face and sweet frank eyes and the figure of an adolescent She gave Slward one pretty sun browned hand and laid the other above his holding it a moment in her light claspStephen Stephen she said under her hreathlilts because Ive a few things to scold you about that Ive asked you to Shotovor I suppose I know he said I should hope you do Ive a letter tonight from your mother From my mother I want you to go over Itwith me If we can find a minute after dinner She released his hand turning partly around Kemp dinners been an nounced so cut that dog story lu two Will you give me your arm Major BelwetherV Howard to her cousin Mr Quurrlei who turned from Miss Landis to listen will you please try to recollect whom you are to take Inand do it And as she passed Siward In a low voice mischievous and slangy Sylvia Landis for yours as she says she didnt have enough of you on the cliffsThe others appeared to know how to pair according to some previous no tice Slward turned to Sylvia Landis with the pleasure of his good fortune so plainly visible in his face that her own brightened in response You see she said gayly you can not escape me There is no use In looking wildly at Agatha Caithness he wasntor pretending youre pleas ed sllppln her rounded bare arm through the arm he offered You cant guess what Ive done tonight Nobody run guess except Grace Fer mil and one other person And if you try to look happy beside me I may tell you somewhere between sherry and cognac oh yes Ive done two things I have your dog for you Not Sagamore he said Incredulous IIly as he w seating her- CertalulySngamore I said to Mr Quarrier I want Sagamore and when he tried to give him to me I made him take my check Now you may draw another for me at your leisure Mr Slward Toll me are you pleasedfI for she was looking for the troubled hesitation In his face and she saw ItI dawningMr doesnt like me youI knowBut I do she said coolly I told him how much pleasure it would give me That Is sufficient Is it not for everybody concerned He knew that you meant to No that concerns only you and me Are you trying to spoil my pleasure In what I have done- I cant take the dog Miss LandIs Oh she said vexed I had no idea you were vindictive There was a silence lIe bent forward a tritle gravely scrutinizing a hand painted name card though it might not have astonished him to earn that somebodys foot had held the brush Somewhere In the vicinity Grace Ferrall had discovered a woman who supported dozens of relatives by painting that sort of thing for theI summer residents at Vermilion Point down the coast So being charitable sho left an order and being thrifty Insisted on using the cards spite of her husbands gibes People were now Inspecting them with more or less curiosity Slward found his hand painting so unat tractive that ho had Just tipped It over t avoid wiftlnjclt KJiaa bruit oft t Pressing Down Pains are a sign of serious female com plaint that should kave Immediate attention It you begin In time you caB generally treat yourself at home without the need of consulting a physician by the regular use of Cardul the wellknown remedy for womens Ills- Composed of purely vegetable and perfectly harmless medicinal Ingredients being besides a gen tie nonIntoxicating strengthen lag tonic WINE OF OFCARDUI WOMANS RELIEF relieves all female complaints My wife writes Jobs A Rodgers of H amp den Sidney Va was nothing but a walking skele ton from female trouble She suffered agonies with bOWl down pains backache and head ache Doctors failed to relieve her so she took Cardul and Is sew entirely cured At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating age and describing sym DeptTheChattanooga Tenn E Sbm laughter from Lord Alderdene made everybody turn Mrs Vemlenning was laughing so was Ilena Bonucsdel look Ing over Quarriers shoulder at u card lie was holding not one of the hand lecorated but a sheet of note paper ontaining a drawing of a man rush ing after a gun shy dog The extraordinary cackling laugutr jf his lordship obliterated other sound Howard Quarrier for awhile Heua Bouncsdel possessed berself of the drawing and held It upIamid a shout of laughter and to hisIexcessive annoyance Siwurd saw thai unconsciously he had caricatured Quarrier Ferralls malicious request for a Vandyke beard making the carl ature dreadfully apparent Quarrier hud at first flushed up then be forced a smile but his symmetrical J features were never cordial when hett suilled I Who on earth did that whispered Sylvia Landis apprehensively Mr i1 Quarrier dislikes that sort of thing but of course hell take It well Bid lie ever chase his own dog J asked Siward biting his lip f Yesso Bllnky says In the Caro Inns last season Its Blinky thats jJ his notion of humor Did you eve 1 hear such a laugh No wonder Mr I Qunrrler is annoyedIThe gay uproar had partly subsided 1 renewed here and there as the sketch was passed along and finally making the circle returned like a bad penny to Quarrier He smiled again symmetrically i as he received It nodding his compliments to Alderdene Oh no cackled his lordship I I didnt draw it old chap I Nor I I only wish I could added Captain YoucberINor I nor I Who did It ran the J chorus along the table I didnt do It said Sylvia gravely looking across at Quarrier And sud denly Quarriers large handsome eyes 1 met Siwards for the briefest fraction of a second then were averted But Into his face there crept an expressionless 1 pallor that did not escape Siward no nor Sylvia Landls Presently under cover of a rapid Hire of chatter she said Did you draw that Yes 1 had no Idea It was meant for him You may Imagine how likely Id be to take any liberty with u man J who already dislikes me But it resembles him In a very dreadful way- I know It You must take mY word for what I have told youIjI She looked up at him I do Then j1 Its a pity Mr Quarrier does not consider such things humorous HeII ho Is very sensitive Oh I wish thatII fool Englishman had been in Bally boo 1 But ho didnt do it 1 No but he put you up to It or GraceII Ferrall did I wish Grace would let Mr Quarrier alone She has always been perfectly possessed to plague himIlike seems unable to talkeWpr Mrieag 1 v nun u ly and he simply nates IT i noire think hed tolerate her If she were not his cousln1 Im awfully sorry was all Slward laid and for awhile ho gloomily busied Himself with whatever was brought to himDont look that way came a low voice beside him Do 1 slip everything as plainly as that he ar tl curiously- I seem to rend you sometimes Its very nice of you he said NiceTo at menow and then Oh sho cried resentfully dont bo grateful Ireally am not you know he said laughing That she rejoined slowly is the truth You say conventional things in i manner in an agreeably personal manner that Interests women But you are not grateful to anybody for anything You are indifferent and you cant help being nice to people so tome day some girl will think you are grateful and will have a miserable time of it- Miserable time Waiting for you to say what never will enter your head to say You mean IIF- lirt No I mean that you dont flirt that you are always dreamily occupied with your own affairs from which listlessly congenial occupation when drawn you are so unexpectedly nice that a rirl immediately desires to ace how nice you can be What a charming indictment you draw he said amused Its a grave one I assure you Ive been talking about you to Grace Fer rall I asked to be placed beside you at dinner 1 told her I hadnt had half enough of you on the cliff Now what do you think of yourself for being too nice to a susceptible girl I think its immoralThey both were laughing now Sew eral people glanced at them smiling in sympathy Alderdene took that opportunity to revert to the sketch furnish ing a specimen of his own inimitable laughter as a running accompaniment to the story of Quarrier and his dog in North Carolina until he had everybody as usual laughing not at the story but at him all of which demon stration was bitterly offensive to Quai rler lIe turned his eyes once on Miss Landis and on Slward then dropped themThe hostess arose A rustle and flurry of silk and lace and the scraping of chairs a lingering word or laugl and the color vanished from the roou leaving a circle of men In black stand Ing around the table Here and there a man lighting a cigarette halted his coffee and cognac and strolled out to the gunroom Fer rall gesticulating vigorously resumed his preprandlal dog story to Captain Voucher Belwether buttonholed A derdcnc and bored him with an iL terminably facetious tale until that nobleman threatened with maxillary dislocation fairly wrenched himself loose and came over to Siward squInt- IngfuriouslyOld he muttered His chop whiskers look like the chops of n Southdown ram anti hes got the wit i of one Look here Stephen I hea you fell Into no end of a scrape in townTu quoque Blinky Oh read thr newspapers and let It go at that Just as you like old chap re turned his lordship unabashed All I meant wasanything Voucher and I can doof course Youre very good Im not dead you know Not dead you know repeated Major Belwether coming up behind them with his sprightly step That reminds me of n good one He sat down and lighted a cigar then vainly attempting to control his countenance as though roguishly anticipating the treat awaiting them he began another endless story The Page boys very callow very much delighted and a little in awe of such a celebrated personage laughed heartily And altogether there was suf- ficIent attention and sufficIent laughter to make a very respectable noise This being the majors cue for an exit he one sleek hand raised In spright ly protest rs though to shield the in- vIsIble ladles to whoso bournes he was bound from an uproar too mas culine and mighty for the ears of such- a sexAss muttered Alderdene getting up and pattering about the room In his big shiny pumps Give me a pegsomebody I Mortimer swallowed his brandy lin gored lifted the decanter mechanical ly considering its remaining contents and his own capacity then Bridge captain Certainly said Captain Voucher brisklyIll go and shoo the major Into the gunroom observed Ferrall = unless looking questionIngly at Slward Ive a date with your wife ob served that young man strolling toward the hall The Page boys Rena Bonnesdel and Eileen Shannon were seated at a card table together very much engaged with one another the sealed pack ly ing neglected on the green cloth n vast pink box of bonbons beside It not neglectedOHara and Quarrier with Marion Page and Mrs Mortimer were Im mersed in the game already stony faced and oblivious to outer sounds About the rooms were distributed girls en tetetete girls eating bonbons and watching the cards among them Sylvia Landis hands loosely clasped behind her standing at Quarriers el bow to observe and profit by an ex pert performance As Slward strolled in sho raised her dainty head for an Instant smiled in silence and resumed a study of her- ftences sA 1 n A moment incur wizen vraamcr naa emerged brilliantly from the melee sho looked up again triumphantly sup posing Sir ard was lingering some where waiting to join her And she was just a trifle surprised and disap pointed to find him nowhere In sight She had wished him to observe the brilliancy of Mr Qunrriers game But Slwaid outside on the veranda was saying at that moment to his hostess I shall be very glad to read my mothers letter at any time you choose It must be later Stephen Im to cut In when Kemp sends for me He has a lot of letters to attend to Tell me what do you think of Sylvia Lau dls I like her of course ho replied pleasantly Continued Next Week Miller Brick Tile CoIn- corporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v v Main Office Rooms 8 find 10 I O 0 F Building I Owensboro Kentucky The Youths Companion It Comes Every Week Among the contents pf the New Volume for J908 will be 250 Good StoriesvJ Serial Stories Stories of Character Adventure and Heroism 350 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oft o coUtercolleptlonroadLlceseejtopractlceinUaltod ioO ce overBank of HardlmbarjcT i r Have You Thought How Much You Owe For Subscription to The News havent time paying paper writes when keeps when they gives credit when deserve friends about friends paper except the home paperThe Breckenridge Newswill do Look at the Yellow Label on paper if does not show subscription paid in advance send us check before February 12 1908 The the system effect was changed on account of Circuit Court when the of the paper expects subscribers their dues in Hardinsburg subscription support home paper Examine label on paper week City please in pay so we not have present a bill I THE- BRECKENRIDGE I NEWSI I CERTAIN RESULTS Many A Kentucky Citizen Knows How Sure They Are Nothing uncertain about the work of Doans Kidney pijls in Kentucky There is plenty of positive proof of this in the r testimony of citizens Such evidence should convince the most skeptical sufferer Read the following statement Mrs L Varalli living at 923 Fifth St Louisville Ky says I am happy to say that Doans Kidney Pills have been of great benefit to me and to other members of my family I fre quently had attacks of backache and kidney trouble before using your remedy but after using two boxes of the pills the troubles were entirely cured I have Doans Kidney Pills to a great many of my friends for I attribute my present health to the use of Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United the name Doans and take no other Linen Dresses For Next Summer The first linen dresses are very short and this may mean that the street dresses of next summer are to be like those of the previous two rather full around the foot and girlish in their cut They clear the ground by an ankle length and it must be con fessed that many are still shorter In the linens one sees many new tones 7White is always desirable But the mustardcolored linens are very pretty and all the yellows from ivory to cham pagne and from cream to the deepest buff are to be seen f They are made up quite simple with plain skirt and cut FO R- NEURALGIA r SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHE PAIN IN DISTRESS IN STOMACH J p 4J It f a r F you it is you are getting to thinking and if you want the up you are troubles come you it and teals your you and your in a no it your a date cash goes into day manager to meet with CPay and the your this subscribers come and will to recommended good FosterMilburn StatesRemember seasonsshort CHEST dLtr that you sick your you way that your your your fectawaythe waistcoat which is a gorgeous thing in flowered material and which may be made of chintz of cretonne of flowereusilk or even of satin The gay little waistcoat is only partly covered by the coat which may be buttonedas to one or two of its buttons but which is usually worn with fly fronts hanging wide open A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Snoops Cough Cure And it is so thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Hhoop tells mothers everywhere to give it without hesitation even to very young blbes The whole some green leaves and tender stems of a lunghealing mountainous shrubfurnish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sore and sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Simply a risinous plant extract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the Doctor usesi The Sacred Herb Always demand Dr Shoops Cough Cure Sold by all dealers Has Never Written to Taylor Gov Willson has made the following statement in connection with a reported interview in Denver Cut with Charles Finley the fugitive from Kentucky in which Finley is quoted as saying that Gov Willson had written to W S Taylor saying that he would write in viting him to return to Kentucky as soon as conditions here should quiet down sufficiently I have written pothing of the kind to Mr Taylor In fact I have never written to him since he left Kentucky and I do not think I have ever written to him in my life I certainly did not write that I would invite him to Ken tucky when things quieted down and Finley is simply mistaken in his re ported statement I feel very keenly about these constant rumors to the ef I that I would deal with persons outside of Kentucky as Mr Taylor is outside of it with their cases still un settled and I wish a stop could be puc to such rumors as being altogether groundless and false Courier Journal Dont Take The Risk When you have a bad cough or cold do not et it drag along until it becomes chronic bronchitis or develops into un attack of pneum mill but givi it the at tention it deserves and get rid of it Take Chamberlains Cough Remedy and you are sure of ptomps relief From a small beginning the sale and the use of this preparation has extended to all parts of the United States and to many foreign countries Its many remarkable cures I thisIby Severs Drug Cu- Jolting the Granaad A fond grandfather and father wore admiring the new baby Fond Grand father I declare That youngster Is aI great deal more Intelligent than you were at his age Insulted Father Naturally he has a great deal brighter fatherLlfe When you want the bust get DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve It is good for little or big cuts boils or bruises and is especially recommended for piles Sold by all druggists Soldiers Ordered Home Hoykinsville Ky Jan 13Thesoldiers of Company H of Louisville who have been on duty here for the past month are jubilant over a tele gram recieved tonight ordering them to return home The order stated that they should leave at midnight but ow ing to the inability of the Louisville and Nashville railroad to furnish sufficient cars they will not leave until 7 oclock in the morning The men will not be on duty tonight and have been turned loose for the evening COURTING DEATH The Work of the Mounted Police of Canada In the Northwest The Northwest policemans first duty Is to die If that should be necessary He Is not allowed to shoot a desperado go up sit on his carcass roll a cigarette and then read the warrant He must not shoot At all events he must not shoot first which Is often fatal for If there Is a time when delay Is dangerous It Is when you are covering an outlaw writes Cy Wurman In the Sunday Magazine Numbers of the force have been known to ride or walk Into the very mouth of a cocked 45 Colt and never flinch In about ninetyeight cases out of every hundred the man behind the gun weakened In the other two cases he extended his lease of life but made his going doubly sure When a mount ed policeman falls the open space he leaves Is Immediately closed for back of him stands the Dominion govern ment amid back of that the British em pire So the desperado who thinks he can kill and get away tins a hard time If the police chose him out of the Do minion back to the Islands he is likely to fetch up at Scotland Yard If his native vlllagp lies south of the forty ninth the Plnkertons take up his trail and when all these forces are after a man his days are gliding swiftly by A Higher Health Level I have reached a highar health level since I began using Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Jacob Springer of West Franklin Maine They keep my btomach liver and bowels working just right If these pills disappoint you on trial money will be refunded at Severs drug store 25c At a Disadvantage Bacon Would you call him a gool talkerEgbertNo I would not How many times have you heard him talk Only once And when was that When he was trying to open a car window Yonkers Statesman I DItMI un LES ANTIPAIN PILLS I SLEEPLESSNESS Headache 71r TAKE ONE = oF the Little Tablets AND THE PAIN is GONE LINCOLNS JOKE Fixing the Responsibility For the Loss of Harpers Ferry President Lincolns jokes especially when perpetrated In connection with grave matters usually had a purpose In thorn After Lee had taken Harpers Ferry the president realizing how great n calamity t was to the north ern arms determined If possible to Ox the responsibility for the loss of the important position Ilnlleck eras summoned hut did not know where the blame lay Very well said Lincoln Ill ask Cunural Schenck The latter coud throw no light upon the question further than to say that he was not to Mums Mil roy was till next to be called to the I presence of the coimmuner In chief and to enter a pleat of not guilty Hooker was next given a hearing mid Fighting Joe made a very emphatic disclaimer of all responsibility Thou the president assembled the four generals In his rpom and said to them Jemlemen Harpers Ferry was surrendered and none of you It seems Is responsible I am very anxious to discover the mini who Is After strid lug across tie room several times the president suddenly threw up his bowed head and exclaimed I have Itl I know who Is responsible Who Mr President who Is It asked the distinguished quartet as they looked anxious If not troubled Gentlemen said the president with a mcinlng twinkle In his eye General It e Is the nuns There was a lack of mirth In tho laugh created mind the four generals took their departure with a determina tion thnT1 they would not again he placed under suspicion A Surprise Teacher Freddy Fanglo you nmv give the German iiaiuo of the river Danube Freddy Diniiio Teacher Doiiuu That Is right I am glad you have studied your lesson sowellFreddy Is surprised but keeps still Exchange If you have y HeadacheTry They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no a bad Aftereffects 25 Doses 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulk Hogwallott Editor Weds George Bingham editor of the Hog wallow Kentuckian was married to Miss Ellie Gregory of Pryorsburg Sun day of last week The ceremony was performed in the open air by the Rev J C Shelton in front of the parsonage It is said Mr Binghaui drove his bride to the parsonage and on the way urged his horse to run that he might experience the feeling of an elopement as he was going along Mr Bingham is lknown in many newspaper offices in the United States and is the representative iin the little city of Mayfield fur many large journals A Remedy Reliable CATARRH Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses suotlits heals nnd protects the diaeawti wpm brand resulting fr111 Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tho FEVERstoresTaste and Smell Full size 50 eta at Drug gists or by mail Iu lijuil form 75 rents Ely Brothers 50 Wurren Street New York Common Sense Exterminators For Rats and Mice Also Roaches and Bed Bugs V t IT DRIES THEM UP FOR RAS A D lICE Destroys them under all conditions They eat it in preference to any food No Stench It Dries them up leaving only the pelts FOR ROACHES AND BED BUGS v They eat it and it kills them Results are permanent No danger in using- It Is a paste not a powder- Is easy to apply- Is the cheapest as to little is required Jno D BabbageC- LO VERPORT KY The Judges Advantage There Is one advantage which a Judge always has in his profession What is that Whether he succeeds In a given case or not ho can always try ItKansas City Independent Many a man too late remembers that the unspoken word never starts a quar rel Washington Star r j 8 baxenr Tim BRECMRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO i T 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 the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money IB advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please totify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essEIGHT 4 PAGESy WEDNESDAY JANUARY 29 1908 A newspaper is like a photograph if it flatters people and hides their faults thoy think it is all right but if it pictures them as they really are it is no good Better study the label on your paper See that it looks right If the last figure is an S it shows you are paid to this good year Jif it is any figure below that it doesnt look so well to you or to us Get a move on you now time is short and the Government is taking a hand in this subscription business too so in order to keep our standing with the Postofiice Department we have to cut oil all names not paid in advance whether we want to or not February 12 is the last day Allen R Kincheloo wants to go to the Chicago conven tion which meets Juno 15 He would like to take along with him credentials as a delegate from the Fourth Con gressional District of Kentucky The News knows and every other man in this district knows that Allen Kinch eloe would do credit to his State and party if sent there He is a young Republican active and willing to do and does do good work for his party It would be no mistake to send him us a delegate It is an honor ho deserves and it should be given him OUR COUNTRYS NEEDS AM profoundly impressed by the conviction that the I situation now confronting the people of our land has directed their attention more to their relief from con ditions that alarm and startle them than to the empty satisfaction of partisan supremacy Our country needs conservatism recuperation from nervous prostration re instatement of constitutional observance buoyant but none the less safe and prudent Americanism scrupulous care of every person and every interest entitled to care and a square deal that means exact and honest equality before the law and under constitutional guaranty Gro ver Cleveland THE YELLOW PERIL I had the opportunity 1 would vote for an appropria IFtion of 50000000 a year for a period of ten years for as larger navy The great importance of a navy is shown in the Constitution which restricts the appropria tions for the army but sets no limit for those for the navy There is no such thing as friendship between na tions as betwcfen men Nations make no sacrifice to pre serve friendships and do not forbear to do certain things because they do not meet with the approval of another nation The trend of the immigration of the white peo ple in the past has been from the East to the West There has been none from the West Just across the water there is a country with an immense population whose commerce we are seeking There are 400000000 Chi nese as strong physically and mentally as we are There is over there another nation whose people are progressive and ambitious We may some day see a skilled army in Japan of from 5000000 to 10000000 They will say You claim Europe as your country This is ours Get out5 I dont think they have any such idea now and we have no hostility toward them But there will be a conflict between the yellow race and the white race that will shake the earth When it comes I want to see this country with a navy on both oceans that will be strong enough Justice John M Hurlau TILE SWEEP OF PROHIBITION t the remarkable spread of the prohibition W11H through the South and a great part of the rest of the country a new condition confronts the politicians of both the great parties The supremacy of Bryan is seriously threatened by the rise into prominence of Governor Haskell of Oklahoma whose nomination by the dry element of the party representing the bulk of Southern sentiment is being seriously considered If he is not nominated in response to the long stifled demands of the South for recognition in presidential matters and of the great development of temperance sentiment in that section a split sn the party is among the possibilities This state of affairs should not be without its warning to astute politicians of the Republican party It should Rut an end to all talk of the repeal of the anticanteen law and would probably dispose of the candidacy of the states men who have been prominently identified with the move ment for tho restoration of the canteen Prohibition and local option laws have been enacted in a vast majority of the States in response to a stiong popular demandand the party in power or any party which wishes to gain power must treat that sentiment with the utmost consideration both to insure the loyal cooperation of the general government with the States in the suppression of the liquor traffic within their borders and to guarantee a future course of action in accordance with tho new spirit which now governs most of the country in dealing with the drink problem Leslies Weekly t r WHAT Wj PlEftCJS MAS BOJfE ITV THREE YEARS If a farmer keeps his little field well tilled And his little wife keeps him well drilled Thoy will always have a pocketbook well filled This is truly the case with Mr Gabo Pierce who has in three years bought and paid for three farms near Holt Mr Pierce formerly lived on the Wash Holt place but three years ago he decided to buy a farm for himself and plow his own field so he bought the West farm Ho did this on credit and since has purchased two other farms adjoining it now owning three hundred acres and is out of debt with tho exception of 100 He can pay that at any time for Saturday he came to Olovorport with 10000 pounds of tobacco that brought him 000 Besides a sum of cash in hand he has 1500 bushels of corn and 1500 worth of stock Mr Pierces success is due to his good planning clear judgment and hard work Ho never bites off more than he can chew and believes in the theory that one acre properly fertilized and well tilled is far more profita ble than three or four acres scantily fertilized and half tilled I To know Mr Pierce is an inspiration and makes one more fully appreciate the advantages of the wholesome life on the farm He is a splendid example of a success ful farmer and too he is fortunate in many other ways and has a happy family circle Ho and Mrs Pierce were married when they were in their teens and Mr Pierce has just recently celebrated his fortyfifth birthday They have four sons and two daughters three of the sons living at home and having practicalI experience in farming ADDISON Win Mitchell is visiting at Derby Miss Girtie Fenn is visiting Miss Lois Baker in Stephensport Win Head spent Friday here J H Dowells baby has been very sickEveryone likes the Breckenridge NewsW B Mann was here Sunday Mr and Mrs J B Lewis and son John left for Louisville Thursday to make their home Julius Dutchkey and daughter Ida went to Louisville Thursday to attend the funeral of his sister WARM AND DRY TO STAY WELL Advice of Noted Authority Also Gives a Simple Home Prescription Now is the time when the doctor gets busy and the patent medicine manufacturers reap the harvest un less great care is taken to dress warmly and keep the teet dry This is the advice of an old eminent authority who says that Rheumatism and Kidney trou ble weather is here and also tells what to do in case of an attack Get from any good prescription phar macy onehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kar gon three ounces Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Mix by shaking ina bot tle and take a teaspoonful after meals and at bedtime Just try this simple homemade mixture at the first sign of Rheumatism or if your back aches or you feel that the kidneys are not acting just right This is said to beasplendid kidney regulator and almost certain remedy for all forms of Rheumatism which is caused by uric acid in the blood which the kidneys fail to tilter out Any one can easily prepare this at home and at small cost Druggists in this town and vicinity when shown the prescription stated that they can either supply these in gredients or if our readers prefer they will compound the mixture for them Make a note now to get Elys Cream Balm if you are troubled with nasal ca tarrh hay fever or cold in the head It is purifying and soothing to the sensitive membrane that lines the airpassagesIt is made to overcome the disease not to fool the patient by a short deceptive relief There is no cocaine nor mercury in it Do not be talked into taking a substitute for Elys Cream Balm All druggists sell it Price 50c Mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York HARNED Arthur Goodman of Fordsville was in town Thursday Clive Black is quite ill at this writing Allen Kincheloe of Hardinsburg was here on legal business Thursday Rev J W Hughes passed through here Wednesday enroute to his home at Kingswood after an absence of several daysColeman Payne is on the sick list The party given at Mr Jim McCoys Saturday night was well attendedand all report a pleasant time Lee Pile is ill at this+ writing Miss Nannie Beauchamp who is at tending school at Kingswood visited her parents at this place Sunday and Monday 1 y r1 JoJ a LIVELY TIMESAT Social Clubs Entertained And Young People Enjoy Them selves In The Little City MANY NEWSY PERSONALS The contest at Miss Cowherds school was repeated on last Friday afternoon making quite an entertaining hour for the visitors present The entire school took part and the primary pupils acquitted themselves with credit The rewardwas given to Miss Katherine Wimp for repeating the greatest number of verses The selections made by the pupils showed in most cases a keen ap preciation of the beautiful in expression and the noble in sentiment Storing the mind with beautiful thoughts can not fail to enrich the lives and strengthen the characters of the pupilslAs a man thinketh so is he Mrs Piggott entertained a few friends on Thursday evening The strangers within the gates were Miss Mauce Cowherd and Miss Ollie Mae ClarksonMr Mrs Charlie L Chamberlain were visitors in Louisville last week Miss Annie Parks of Lodiburg who has been the guest of Dr and Mrs S P Parks has returned home Dr and Mrs P E Dempster afcd babies will leave the first of this week for Glendeane to reside with Dr Dempsters parents Dr aud Mrs R T Dempster Rev Duncan preached an excellent sermon to a large congregation on last Sabbath morning The subject of the discourse was motives for serving God Job 19UDoth Job fear God for naught Union prayer meeting will be held at the Methodist church on Wednesday evening promptly at 715 An earnest request has been made that all attend the meetings that can Miss Mary Peyton returned Thursday from Louisville where she has been the guest of her brother Mack Peyton for several days I Mr and Mrs N F Myers of Horse Branch were visitors in town last week for several days The WFMS of the Methodist church held an interesting meeting on last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs A B Coleman The next meet ing will be with Mrs Frank Peyton on Feb 20th China will be the Mission fieldstudied Mrs F H McGhee left Tuesday night for an indifinite visit to Mr and Mrs Mack Avittat Gulfport Mississippi She will visit other places of interest Mrs Julia Clarkson and daughter Miss Ollie Mae of Big Spring left last Monday for Florida where they will spend the remainder of the winter They have been the guests of Mr and Mrs H H Kemper for the past ten daysMiss Essie Biggs was hostess to the Social Club at her home 06 Main street Friday afternoon The feature of the afternoons amusement was 1142 and the prize was awarded to Miss Annie Lee Bandy Those preseent were Mrs H H Kemper Mrs L H JollyMisses Ollie Mae Clarkson Ellen Munford Jessie Brady Mable McGlothlan Ruth Miller Nellie Smith Willa Drury Maude Cowherd and the Misses Bandy Mrs Lyda A Jolly of Louisville ar rived Sunday for a short visit to her sons R M Jolly Jr and L H Jolly === =C=1 Tonsilitisis swelling and inflammation of the throatjSlo Lmimeivt reducesthe j for Croup Quincy Sore Throat d II Brpnchitjs Asthma Pain in Chester Lungs this liniment iis unsurpassed indispensablewhen soothinghealing A Price 255HfcHOO I Dr Earl S Sloan Boston MassUSA Cut PricesW- HY send to Louisville for drugs toilet articles perfumes soaps when you can buy cheaper at home Wo lbuy the best cheaperthanCOLGATES SOAPS ISe COLGATES TAR SOAPS 12e BOX STATIONERY From5ctotOcTWOQUART 1 SIOO1I0USEIIOLDQuartCHEWINGpackages 5 cents CUTICURA SOAPCake22cARNI-CA TOOTH SOAP bOx17eLEASES LOWNEYS CHOCOLATES 4 pound and I pound V25c to 50c Will have a new stock of Souvenir Postal Cards All uptodate See ad next week Everything else in our shop sold at reduced prices Wo handle only the best Come in to see us whether you buy or not I IrVin PharmacyL Y aJu FIRST STATEBANKEstablished Two Years Ago EKRON KY I At the Close of Business December 31 1907 RESOURCES Loans an Discounts4l78S 25 Furniture and Fixtures2 258 12 Banking House and Lot2 001 10 Cash and due from banks 13 158 43 fOO 055 00 Capital A No whisper of panic within our walls The result I Confi dence a heavy increase in business We con fidently believe no bank has better assets nor a list of cus tomers better pleased than those of the I Ekron We feel that to study our statement is evidence sufficient of our great success A C Hows This We otter One Hundred Dollars Reward for flay case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure P J Cheney Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have know F J Chunoy for the last 15 years anti believe him perfectly honorable in all business toIDruggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Testimonials sent tree Price 75c per bottle Sold by all DruggistsTake Family 1ills for constipation Mr and Mrs J T Daniels are visit ing Mrs Emricb at Chambers Ky Mr Daniels is one of the most fortunate men in Cloverport He says he does not owe n man in town a dollar and has meat anal potatoes enough stored awny to last through the winter Young Men and Ladies Young men and ladies with ambition should learn telegraphy Under the new 8hour law which goes into effect next March over 18000 additional tel egraphers are required by the railroads in the United States Positions pay from 60 to 80 per month to beginners You can qualify in three or four months time For full details write to the National Telegraph Institute Cincinnati Ohio I LlL i4c f LIABILITIES 000 00 Undivided 3- 0Deposits44 514 GO 00 055 OR Wonderful Bank Record instilledand First State BnkKentucky CROUCH Cashier WholesuleI Stock15Profits541 INTERESTING INSTRUCTIVEII Correct English How to Use it A flonthly Magazine Devoted to the Use of Englsli JOSEPHINE TURCH BAKER Editor PARTIAL CONTENTS Course in Grammar VocabularyThe Shall and Will Should and Would How to Use them Pronunciations Century Dictionary Correct English in the Home Correct English in the School SayCourse ation Twenty Daily Drills Business English for the Business Man Compound Words How to Write Them Studies iin English Literature AGENTS WANTED 100 a Year Send lOc for Sample Copy CORRECT ENGLISH Evanston III Mr and Mrs Epleyand little son spent Sunday at Hawesville Mrand Mrs Epley expect to go to housekeeping on the hill within a short time l H s- iip i J a otto ADAGEii- YS H uA light purse Is a heavy curse Sickness makes a light purse The LIVER is the scat of nine tenths of all dise- aseotts Pills to to the root of the whole mat ter thoroughly quickly safely and restore the action of the LIVER to normal condition- e tone to the system and id flesh to the body ke No Substitute the Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JAN 20 1908 PERSONALAND LOCAL eed oats for salePerkins rank Basham of Skillman was here- t week Mrs George Bentley has returned to wesville Uerrott Jarboe was home from Skill- n last week Mrs Thomas Lewis N ill at her home the West End Sovioua Rafferty was home front iutsville Suudav Blr Stader of Vine Grove is visiting 3 son H L Stflder Pay up your subscription to the News tore February 12 The News cash in advance system es into effect February 12 Miss Florh Hardin of Holt is the est of Mrs Emma Skillman Seed oats for sale Perkins Mr and Mrs M Hendricks were re from Hardinsburg last week Mrs Venible of Owensboro has been- e guest of Mrs D Stuart Miller Oliver Storm of Tell City spent Sun y with his bother Frank Storm Prince Davis of Cincinnati was the nest of Miss Ruth Haynes Sunday Miss Clcoua Weatherholt will be stess to the Girls Club this afternoon Eastman Kodak camera for sale at the feWs office for 6 Regular price 19 Chas Lightfoot has been rufferiag om an attack of grip for several days Dr John Kincheloe of Hardinsburg ras the guest of Mias Margaret Mcor QDii Sunday John T Ditto of Decatur Ill has ought a farm of 300 acres near Rus ellville Ky The stork has visited the horns of vlr aud Mrs Tom Garrett at Mike and eft a fine son Miss Mary Frank of Tobinsport wash guest of Dr aud Mrs Forrest Light oat Saturday Miss Katie Hinton has returned home rom Gleudeane where she has been caching school Rev Barnes of Coffee Ill has reo urnod home from a visit to Mr and Irs J J Dyer- Shapinsky Bros ark closing out their ntire stock of mens furnishing goods- t sacrifice prices John T Ditto who has hada serious ttack of grip at his home in Decatur ill is improving Seed oats for salePerkins Only fifteen days before the cash in dvance system goes into effect with the reckenridge News Mrs Christine Hamman left Satur lay for Louisville to visit Mr Harry amman and Mrs Bouner Winter Underwear and hosiery of ex tra quality on sale at Shapinsky Bros thi week at lowest prices Mrs Tomes B Randell of Louisville has been the pleasant visitor of Misses Rebacca and Martha Willis ot j u salePerkinsII has b en indisposed for several days was able to till hU pulpit ut the Baptist church Sun day Leon McGavock one of Cloverports most successful traveling men has been ill at his home in this city for several daysIf you wantgood warm winter clothes for school boys go to Hbaplnsky Bros this week and take advantage of the cut pricesDick Witt of Mtade county has been visiting Mr and Mis J C Nolte Mri Witt and family will rrobably make chei homo in Louisville Saturdays Times contained an at tractive picture of Miss Jennio Mabel Harris one of Cloverports most pop ular young girls Marvin E Rushing Ward P Pedley James beach and David May of Ow enslioro were the guests of Misses Eva and Elizi May Sunday Mss Adelia Moorman was here from Louisville Sunday to see her father Dr J L Foornian Dr Moormans con dition iis much improved This week is the very time to go to 8hapins y Bros for bargains All the mens furuishinggoods are being marked down to unusual low prices Mrs Wni Lynch of Allen Ky has been spending several days here with relatives and friends Mrs Lynch iis charmed with the mountain life and likes the people of Allen The Ladies Reading Club was deI lI htully entertained at the hone cf Mrs A R Fisher Thursday and to morrow afternoon the members will be the guests of Miss Kate Oglesby Mr and Mrs Jess Pate have returned to Dukes after spending their honey moon at Horse Cave Mrs Pate is the pretty daughter of Mr and Mrs Geo Atwell and Mr Pate is the son of Mr Tom Pate If you havent the time to exercise regularily Doans Regulets will prevent constipation They induce a mild easy healthful actiou of the bowels withou- griping Ask your druggist for them 25c RAYHOND Chas Chappell of Union Star spent Friday with Jerry Basham Misses Lillie and Blanche Prather of Paynesville visited their sister Miss Nannie at this place Friday and Satur dayThe infant of Ezra Layman of Union Star was brought here Friday and buried in the Raymond cemetery Dr H N Basham of Curdsville was in the neighborhood last week doing dental work School closed here the 21st A few young folks gathered at Mr Taylor Comptons one night last week and all reported a nice time E A Cashman was in Irvington lastt ThursdayMiss Mercer and brother andI Edgar Compton attended a party at Miss Mollie Adkissons at Webster last Thursday night Mr Pollock of Concordia spent part of last week visiting relatives in thi neighborhoodMiss Hardesty of Paynesville spent several days last week with her aunt Mrs Thos Hall Most disfiguring skin eruptions scrofula pimples rashes etc are due to impure blood Burdock Blood1 Bitters is a cleansing blood tonic Makes you cleareyed clearbrained i clearskinned I Charlie Bates Dead Charlie Bates colored died at his home Saturday morning His death was the result of the accident which happened him Sunday of last weekHe was fortythree years of age and leaves a wife and family The funeral was held Sunday and was largely attended by the colored people I i Girlhood and Scotts Emulsion are linked together The girl who takes Scotts EmtiJ Jon has plenty of rich red blood she is plump active andenergetic The reason is that at a period when a girls digestion is weak Scotts Emulsion provides her with powerful nourishment in easily digested form It is a food that builds and keeps up a girls strength ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 LET IB- SIMPRESS Tills UPON YOU forra bunk StrengthSecurity Protection Allof them are possessed by Ithis institution We ask for your account knowing we can render you a valuable service Bank of Cloverport CLOVERPORT KY Candidate For Congress Last week down at Dallas Texas a banquet was spread in honor of Wm Sterett who announced his retirement from a long and active newspaper ser vice Giving the banquet were seventy of the most prominent newspaper men of Dallas and the state of Texas Judging from the speeches made and a copy of the unique menu before us there was a glorious time for all and we doubt if ever a Texas newspaper man was so signally honored The dis patches tell us that Steretts retirement after more than a quarter of a century of metropolitan newspaper work was primarily to enter the race for congress from the Dallas district Mr Sterett is native Hancock county man a tbrother to the late Jeff Sterett and of Mrs S A Adair of Hawesville and of Mrs W H Bowmer of Cloverport and Mrs Samuel Hawes of Yelving ton We dsnot stand alone in pride for our cousin He is an honor to the county of his nativity and as smart as he is ugly It is told of Mr Sterett that he knows more men of prominence than any man in the United States and thought little of slapping Grover Cleveland on the knee when president and addressing him by his first name The position he has held in the news paper world has certainly been one of prominence A short time since Alfred Henry Lewis the great correspondent and writer issued two volumes Wolfville Days and Wolfville Nights each of which he dedicated this dear friend W G Sterett These books have considerable local favor incidental to the early life of Mr Sterett in Hancock county and hkve been read by many with a relish Hancock Clarion Henderson Route Notes Special Wetkend Excursion Fares 115sand 118 and all tralns Sundays Round trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates to local points good to return Sunday Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Morrison Calhoon dentists once downstairs 265 Fourth street both ohones Owen boN Ky Will Visit Old Haunts Marion Ohio Jan 25 1908 I Mr John D Babbage Dear SirFind enclosed two dollars for which please move my subscription forward two points I hope to visit the old haunts with Mrs Bates next June when we come to the International Sunday School Convention at Louis ville I am glad Kentucky is forging ahead so fast in the Temperance fight Sincerely Yours S C Bates School Notes An old time spelling match was given in the advanced room of the Cloverport Graded School Friday afternoon and the boys won During the afternoon other games were enjoyed by the pupils and their teacher Miss Jtnnie Pattersonserved to them refreshments She was assisted by Miss Margaret Wroe and Edith Burn The pupils in 000II are taking unusual interest in their school work this year and several are making splendid records especially Mary Kinder She has made two grades in one year and is making rapid advance ment this term 000 Lawrence Lynch and Chas Satter field are among the boys who are mak ing every minute count during study hours 000 Ameil Pate is making extra good marks in deportment He talked only one time last month without permission I + i Wants 1 + A FOR HALE PRINTING Presses and Outttng machines lot of good Laundry machines Also now and secondhand Oas and Gasoline EnKlnesMARTIN GABLE 510 3rd Street Louisville Kv FOR SALEKiirm of 265 acres In Hardln bQttomlandImmediate possession Address Box 104 Ellzabetbtown Ky CREME DELIGHTFULThat crcuiii is the solution of the Chap Problem Severs Drug Co I Louisville Evansville Packet ColN- COItPORATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evaasi ville- Steamerli Tell City- Tarascon Leave Louisville Monday Wednes lay Friday and Saturday at 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at 6 p mThrough freight rates and passenpt tickets to Cincinnati Freight shlj nients delivered quicker than t rolll PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville J200 Cloverport to Evansville 200 Cloverport to Owensboro 100 Splendid accommodations for star General Office 154150158 4th at Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and P A Chas F Taylor Receiver SPECIAL CLUBBING OFFER tUNTILt By 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 Cloverport Ky j fulljDRUGSfly and- y h Druggists y W Sundries m li SELL at a fair liv WE ing price and that m otherm m t Y giveYi m r our house your home You 1m are always welcom- eS m m m r P Parks Co II- M Flat Street Drug Store M IRVINOTON KENTUCKY 1 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 I MEET ME AT NOLTES I Cold Weather Still HereI- n fact it is colder now than it was last monthFebruary is usually very severe We have the goods to keep you comfortable Bed Blankets Comforts Leggings Sweaters Underwear Hosiery Arctics Alaskas Felt Boots Ear Muffs Caps Toboggins Fascinators and other Woolen Goods Je C Nolte L Bro Cloverport Ky Cadick Milling Co n n P at any time in any of the I t of one week or more lust 00 Regular price Our Price When making flour The only complaint weve ever regarding CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR that bread plea and cakes made from dont keep Customers tell this but keep buy ing more Bakestuffs made from Cadlcks Gold Dust Flour are good that the more you eat the more you want Com plaints like the above dont worry u- sGrandview Indiana r 1 t Hardinsburg NormalA- nd I t Collegiate Incorporated InstituteII J Normal Department Begins January 20 08 f J couRSES St teJanli County Certificate HighII School Preparatory and Primary I tEnter moneyIperiod I po a It 20 OOlutedI 5 for uSII 4 IOCfor5cfor7 25cforJ 2ictorI Beans5forI 12cfor j 15 it comes to had is it us so r County State Certificate Certificate IPerI Nigh Primary Preparatory School JOOii J Good board at 250 per week For 11particulars address J J PresidentJ1 Jolly is Jolly BoyAnd He Makes Everybody Feel Good Who Buy His Goods His Prices Do rounds lcpound1412CPound OVERCOATS 800 Puro 11Cpound 2CPoundII 1 TwoPound for Oans Tonmtoos 25c J 25eGrunltowllre 2 Pound for Can linked noansIOc 2 25cforI InokuRO for Quaker OatsIOCI IOCforI 15hood MENS SUITS Regular price 6 750 10 1250 15 18 Cut price 4 5 6 750 9 and 11 Highest Price fur Butter and EggsAll Kinds General flerchan dlseI buy all kinds of Lumber Posts cSell Ames Buggies Furniture Fence Wire Special Gut on Clothing CUT THIS ADVERTISEMENT OUT AND BRING IT WITH YOU RM JOLLYIrvington Ky I d- r rig 1 A II I = UJ AN ILL FATED SHIP Mystery and Tragedy That Encom passed the Great Eastern There was a mystery about that 111I fated ship Nothing went right with iI her She stuck at the launch and 1 f it cost an extra 350000 over and above the sum set aside for the purpose to get her into the water On her trial1 trip her boilers burst killing some of the stokers Then she ran aground I IUld carried on so outrageously thatt her crew thought her surely bewitched She had started badly While she was building a pay clerk sent by one of the contractors with 0500 In wage- tor the men disappeared It was no unnaturally assumed that he had bolted with the money Isis wife andI family were left unprovided for withI the stigma of his supposed crime upon themThirty years after her launch the Great Eastern went into the cemetery at Birkenhead to be broken up While she was being taken to pieces the ship breakers discovered between her inner and outer casings of steel the skeleton ot a man Papers which had fallen from his clothes enabled his Identity to be traced It was the skeleton of the pay clerk who thirty years befor- had disappeared There was no mon ey that was never recovered The supposition is that the poor fel low on going on to the ship was pounc ed upon by workmen who knew that he had the money with him that they stunned him and having a small place in the side of the vessel to complete crammed his body In and built him up In It No reward would have Induced a sailor to sail In that vessel had he known of the terrible secret sealed up In her walls Chicago News It is very important and in fact it iis absolutely necessary to health that we give relief to the stomach promptly at the first signs of troublewhich are belching of gas nausea sour stomach headache irritability and nervousness These are warnings that the stomach ha been mistreated it is doing too muc workand it is demanding help fro you Take something once in a while especially after meals something like Kodol For Dyspepsia and Indigestion IIt will enable your stomach to do its work properly Sold by all druggsts Bungles Bad Break Mr Bungle always takes a deep and sympathetic Interest In the welfare ofII his fellow man While out for a one day he met a friend who seemed In a great hurry Hold on Jones said Bungle grab bing his friends arm Why this rush Bungle said Jones removing his hat and wiping his brow Im hot foot ing It to a specialist I believe my bruin Is affected Mr Bungle to allay the fours of his friend and show the customary com miseration said Jovially Pshaw Totes you shouldnt worry about such a little thing as that WhIm I mean you shouldnt let such a lit tle thing as your brain that Is Mr Jones you shouldnt get so excited over nothingof course ah good day Mr Jones Bohemian Lame Shoulder Cured Lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and quickly yields to a few applications of Chamber lains Pain Balm Mrs F II McElwee of Boston New Brunswick writes Having be n toubled for some time with a pain in my left shoulder I decided to give Chamberlains Pain Balm a trialwith the result that I got prompt relief Fur hale by Severs Drug Co Penny For a Priceless Book A worklngnmn once purchased for a penny an aged looking volume bearing date of 1540 The man tried to read It but throw up the attempt apparent ly In disgust and the volume was role gatod to the cupboard A friend of his happened to see the book and took it to the British museum authorities who promptly made nn offer of roo the highest sum the librarian is allow ed to expend without a special vote of the trustees Had the man known what ho was about he would have stood out for more as the authorities would have paid almost any price rath er thou allow the volume to slip through their fingers It was in fact the first book printed by Gutenberg and was tlrefoiv almost priceless London TitHit Stops earache in two minutes toothache or pain of burn or scald in five minutes hoarseness one hour mufcle BChe two hours sore throat twelve hoursDr Thomas Electric Oil monarch over pain For The New Gloves Slip the hand in the glove and start nil fingers at the same time leaving the thumb outside If tho left glove iis put on first use the right hand fit each finger seperately using the same gentle but firm pressure Always rub the inside and outside of the fingers never the sides After this has been done loosen the glove n little and lot the thumb in place smoothing the thumb on as you did the fingers One of the worst things in putting on new gloves is to try to force the glove on by running the hand down sharply between the fingers This not only splits the kid but breaks the stitches In removing the glove should be peeled off turning it inside out from top to bottom then when removed turn it right side out smooth and shape the fingers and lay the gloves away in tissue paper i6 = rJ t Why Suffer If you suffer pain from any cause Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills will relieve it and leave no bad after important they create a habit More often the attacks become disappeartaltogether Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have no ref lieve pain and quiet nerv ous irritation We are never without Dr Miles AntiPain Pills My husband and son aged 15 were always subject to sick headache until we began using these Pills and they have broken theynI recommend them to every one A ladyfriendShe was down with LaGrippe and backacheesave and left another for her to take In a short time They helped her right away and she says she will never be myhusbandboth sides and I know ho would have died if it hadnt burn for the Pills In less than half an hour he was sweating and sleptMRSAustlnburg Ohio Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to onlyIfMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind A BORN SOLDIER Major General Stuart the Dashing Cavalry Leader Major General J E B Stuart of the Confederate cavalry was a soldier by lustheIthemcivil war II B McClellan quotes In Life and Campaigns of Major General Stuart from General Fltz Hugh Lees Impression of the future cavalry lead er while he was still at West Point I recall his distinguishing charac teristics which were strict attention to military duty erect soldierly bearing Immediate and almost thankful accept ance of a challenge to fight from any cadet who might feel himself In anyway aggrieved and a clear ringing voiceStuart was a most cheerful soldier That clear voice of his was often used In singing his favorite war song If you want to have a good time Jlne the cavalry Ills courageous attitude was held until the very end He was wounded by a pistol on the battlefield As he was being carried away he noticed the disorganized iranks of his retreating men Go back hecalled out Go back Do your duty as I have done mine Go back Id rathor die than be whip ped Those were his last words on titfield of battle Later he said with the same courage Im going fast now Gods will ho done It Does The Business Mr E E Chamberlain of Clinton Maine says of BucVIens Arnica Salve It does the business I have used it for piles and it cured them Used it for chapped hands and it cured them Ap plied it to an old sore and it healed it without leaving a scar behind 25c atI Severs drug stor- eSLEP MYSTERIES Tasks Often Performed While the Worker Slumbers A psychologist was discussing the miracles of sleep One can become so accustomed he said to n monotonous task that one can fall asleep and still keep on work lug Tints In India there are punka coolies men who turn a fan all nightlong in the hot weather while their English masters rest and it Is not un common for a punka cooly to acquire the knack of sleeping at his task On and on he sleeps through the hot per fumed hours of the Indian night but his hand mechanically and steadily turns the punka pulley Men have composed great literary works In their sleep Coleridges Ku bin Khan Is the most famous example of this but then Coleridge was a morphinomanlac and his sleep was scarcely natural But R L Stevenson Corclll and Longfellow have also done good work while sleeping Divers sometimes fall asleep deep down in the sea but some unknown part of their bruin keeps watch and at the proper moment though asleep they give the order to be hauled up This Is a good deal like the miracle that happens to all of usthe miracle whereby If we tell ourselves on retir ing that wo must wake at 7 wo invariably do wAko at that hourhow- or why it is Impossible to say Some part of us WHtchos works keeps awake all night so that at 7 it may call usNew Orleans TImosDomo crat A Mere Painting SheWhy no The stolen Gains borough was not a lintIt was a picture Her HusbandOh I thought from the value that it was a hat Town and Country Strike from mankind the principle of faith and men would have no more history than a flock of sheep Lytton t 7 i1 THE WATERMELON 7Africa IIB the Original dome of This Luscious Fruit The humorists always associate the African with the watermelon assum ing that the taste of the colored man for his favorite dainty arises from his life In the southern states where the melon vine grows like a weed As a fact however the African taste for the watermelon Is hereditary The vine Is a native of Africa where it Is found wild in the great central plains of the continent and has also been cultivated for many ages In Egypt the melons grown along the Nile rival those of southeastern Mis souriThe melons mentioned by the Israel ites as being among the good things they hud in Egypt were undoubtedly watermelons for in the wall paintings about the time of the exodus the melon vine Is represented and In one case along procession of slaves Is depicted each bearing on his shoulder a huge dark green watermelon Botanists say that varieties of the melon are found In southern Asia anti some even claim that the plant grows wild In central and South Africa but Africa is no doubt the original home of the melon and in his preference over every other kind of vegetable or fruit the African merely displays a taste that has become fixed in his race by thousands of years of indulgence for In central Africa ripe watermelons are to be hud every month In the year Detroit NewsTribune Improved on Solomon In a certain Sunday school a little girl told the story of Solomon and the disputing mothers in this wise Solomon was a very wise man One day two women went to him quarreling about a baby One woman said This is my child and the other woman said No talnt its mine But Solomon spoke up and said No no la dies dont quarrel Give me my sword and Ill snake twins of him so you can both have one Salaries Reduced Washington Januery 13President Finley of the Southern Railway Com pany stated this afternoon that in view of the falling off in business and the decrease in revenues the management of the Southern Railway Company has determined as a step in its program of reducing expenses to put into effect as of Febuarv 1 1908 a reduction often percent in the pay of the Presiaent VicejPresidentsl rand the General Officers nnd their office forces When the Stomach Heart or Kidney nerves get weak then these organs tomaehalwaysnor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get a pre scription known druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative The Restorative is prepared expressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen these tnerves build them up with Dr Shoops i Restorative tablets or liquor and see how quickly help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr ShoopRacine Wis Your health is surely worth this simple test Sold by all dealers The Name Oscar It Is interesting to remember that the name Oscar was bestowed by Na poleon on Bernadottes sonthe first King Oscarto whom he stood godfa ther not for any Swedish associations but because it was the name of a hero Ic character in Mncphersons Osslan u work which Napoleon continually studied London Spectator The Practical Girl Jack told me he could live on my kisses forever Are you going to let him Not till I find out what Im going to jlive onClticugo Journal If a cough once pets into your system iit acts on every muscle and fibre of the body and makes you ache all over It especially affects the intestines and makes you constipated so in order to get rid of a cold thorougblyand with out delay you should not take anything that will tend to constipate 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 a11I druggists Had a Woman to Blame- I have had dreadful luck This morning I dropped my spectacles and my wife stepped on them Thats what I call good luck If 1 had dropped mine I should have step ped on them se1fCblcl1go Rec ordHerald The Poet Answered Do you lknow that I was born on the same day Emerson died Both events being a cruel misfortune to literature Bohemian He hurts the good who spares the bad Pope A Cure for Misery I have found a cure for the misery malaria poison produces says R M James of Louollen S 0 Its called Electric Bitters and comes in 50 cent bottles It breaks up a case of chills or abilious attack in almost no time and it puts yellow jaundice clean out of com mission This great tonic medicine and blood purifier gives quick relief in all stomach liver and kidney complaints and the misery of lame back Sold under guarantee at Severs drug store I = I 740 Jl r iTCHING HUMOR ON LITTLE BOY His Hands were a Solid MasS and BodyInEntirely CuredMother Strongly RECOMMENDS CUTICURA SOAP AND OINTMENT littloboysores We first noticed it on his little hands His hands wore not as bad then and we didnt think anything serious would result But the next day wo heard of the Cuticura Remedies being so good for itching sores etc that I thistimehisbodya solid mass of this itching disease Iwont to tho drug store and purchased a box of Cuticura Soap and one box of Cuticura Ointment and that night Istripped my little boy and took tho Cuticura Soap and lukewarm water and washed him well Then 1 dried him with a soft bath towel and took the Cutlcura Ointment and rubbed him thoroughly with it I did this every evening before I put him to bed and in throe or four nights ho was entirely cured You have my permission to suttered CuticuraRemediessuffering with skin diseases Mrs Frank Donahue 208 Fremont St Kokomo Ind Sept 16 10- 07PIMPLI3S And Blackheads Prevented and Cured by Cuticura CutlcuraOintmentnot rub Wash off tho Ointment in five minutes with Cuticura Soap and hot facofreelying and evening At other times use bathing forEverySkinCuticuraResolvent50cortnthefarmofchorolatecoated DloodBoldChernOorpIMailed Free Cuticura Book on Skin Diseases RILEYS FIRST AlT Wrote a PoemUby Poe and Palmed It on the Public James Whltcomb Riley began his ca reer in a newspaper office in Anderson Ind by writing humorous rhymes as advertising locals doggerel he called them At the same time IIP wrote many rhymes with the serious intention of having them If possible recognized as poems But he could not get them published Even compositions whose worth he had tested thost that would please people when Id stand up and read em to them would be returned promptly by every magii zlne to which he offered them for pub lication The Hoosier dialect was ton low down for the average magazine editorFinally In a freak of boyish indigna tion to prove that what editors really wanted was not originality but imlta tlon he devised the scheme of writing a poem in Irritation of Poe and or palming It off on the public as a real poem of Poes recently discovered The scheme was very skillfully planned and very deftly executed and successful beyond anything the clever deviser of It had ever dreamed From one end of the country to the other Leoualule was hailed as a veritable find a bit of genius most genuine ore Riley hud his revenge He had some trouble however In proving that he was not an intentional forger lIe lost his newspaper position but he Immediately got another and better one on the Indianapolis Journal Counts and get pay for your work said Judge Mnrtludale the editor The turn In the tide had conic loll ST L TIME TABLE EAST ROUND Oloverpo507A51y titNo112a11yMailandlsxpressleaves 01- 0erport939AM stops at all way stations arrives Train No 114 Dallyfast mall leaves Olo verport 450 p m stops at all way stations east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives al Louisville 735 u m Trait No148 Dally except Saturday Clo verport accommodation arrives Oloverport 848 D rn No 118 Express Saturday only leaves Cloverport 848 p m arrives Loulsvlllo 1125 p m makes all stops except AddIson Sam LonlBranchWEST BOUND No 147 Dally except Sunday Oioverport accommodation eaves Oloverport 600 a moo arrives Evansvlile 9o0 a m expressleavesatl1awesvllleStanley Henderim and Evansvllle arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mall and Express daily ar rives Cloverport 740 prm Evansville 1030 pNol 5 OdnllyStLoutstusttraln leaves Olo rorport 11 08 P M arrives Evansville 135 A HawesvilleOwensboro onlyNo leaves Olo verport 925 am arrives Evansvlllo 12M5 p m Makes all stops Except Pates betweenLouisvillecars and reclining cbalr cars on trains 145 and 148 between Louisville aiid St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND leavesFordsvilloamTrain lenve9Fordsv1llQpmTrain No 6 Sunday onlY FordsvlHo 030 a m Irvlngton 903 am WEST BOUND Train No S Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 1055 a m arrives Fordsville 245 pm Train No 5 Daily leaverflivlnRtonlfl 60 m arrives Nordsvluo 940 p m J HI = s f=W H BOWMEK President A B BKIMJUAN Cashier JF L LIOIITTOOT VlceFreflldent Cms SKIXLMAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 3200000 Insured in every way and protected by tho very latest equipment Interest paid op time deposits Business great and small solicited The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust CompanyCAP- ITAL 5000000 B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier 1 DIRECTORS Morris Eskthlge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B P 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 byFire or Burglary S sN NN N NNNNs 8aYG First State BankI I IRVINGTON KY wi PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresiden H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits eeeee- I if cay THE Fifth vern e- HOTEL 1 Louisville Ky H PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr w to 1cZY == 6 lF 1 The most centrally and firstclass 200 rate hotel in the city m onlII Only one block from tbe principal rn shopplnK6istrlct and two blocks fre the prlnclpafthentres mII Street cars pass thedoor to paru of the city- Everything neat andiclean lEdrr i3 Ennor + r eY YtaTaC Yr t r rr r VS Ij WHY WE LAUGH- A Little Nonsense Jow and Then Is JiclisJicd by the Wisest Men r Judges Quarterly 100 a year Judges Library 100 a year Sis Hopkins Mon 100 a year On receipt of TWENTY CENTS we will enter your name for a three months trial subscription for either of these bright witty and humorous journals or for ONE DOLLAR will add LESLIES WEEKLY JUDGE for the same period of lime Address Judge Company 225 Fourth Avenue New York n n H n n The Carlsbad of America French Lick and West Baden SpringsfInd Now reached by direct line of the Southern Railway Leave Evansville 7 20 am 2 20 pm Rockport 7 15 am 2 15 pm Cannclton 715am 2 15 pm Tell City 7 25 am 2 22 pm tI1roy 7 35 am 2 32 pm Arrive French Lick 10 20 am 5 45 pm Arrive West BadenI0 30 am 5 55 pm l Daily Except Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS Evansville French Lick3 16 Roclport 2 52 Cannelton 2 72 Tell City 2 60 Troy 2 44 located all To West Bnden3 20 tt 2 56 It 2 76 It 264I t 248 E D Stratton P A Evansville Ind J C Beam Jr A G P A St Louis Mo J D GREGORY JASIM LEWIS Cloverport Planing Mill J D GREGORY CO Proprietors Cloverport Ky Select No 2 Flooring dressed on both sides 20 00 00Clear10EightWe bought at panic prices Now is your time to buy Sears Roebuck ain t in It at all t a t i v l r T i Ir J m UNJUST TAX PLAN The Tax Commissioners of the States Agree In Denouncing General Tax System Like OursFull of Evils In Operation In discussing tax questions In Ken tucky and elsewhere frequent reference is made to the general property tax This is the kind of system Kentucky has In force It Is the sys tem that is in force in most of the statesBriefly the general property tax is a uniform ad valorem tax levied upon all classes of property alike regard less of the nature of the earning ca pacity or of the tangible or Intangible character of the property The taxing authority of a state for Instance will levy a tax of 50 cents This tax is to fall upon every kind of property alike Everything of value whether real es tate money in bank notes bonds mortgages shares of stock live stock wagons carriages Jewelry furniture any sort of personal property or fran chises of corporations is called property and must pay this tax This is the general property tax The general property tax Is therefore the levying a uniform ad valorem tax on all Poperty for all purposes As distinct from this system is the system of classifying property raisins state revenues from ono kind of property county revenues from another kind of property and city revenues from still another kind and also the raising of revenues by special taxes of various kinds Tho argument in the tax world today is between theso two systems of raising the public rev enueThe Kentucky system Is the general property tax Our constitution binds us to the levy of a uniform ad valorem tax on all property of overy kind for all purposes If a piece of property located in the city is taxed for one purpose it must be taxed for all If it is a propertyearning 6 per cent re turn to its owner it must pay the same tax as property earning 20 per cent If it is a kind that can be re moved or hidden it is taxed the same as real estateIf it can be found No distinction is made on any account whatever all property must pay the same rate This sounds like a very fair system and In theory it is fairness Itself But its operation In the opinion of those who have studied the question not in Kentucky only but In every state in the Union has not borne out the promise made for it The system has Leon abandoned in Pennsylvania Con necticut Delaware New Jersey Wisconsin Oregon and partially In a num ber of other states The rapid ten dency of the states Is to get away from it as impossible and impracti cable Nearly every state that has a tax commission has declared itself very frankly on this question A large number of states have within the last few years apppointed tax commissions to carefully study the methods of rais ing public revenues and almost In variably the reports of these commis sions have denounced the general property tax system the system that we have In Kentucky as being absurd impossible of enforcement and unjust in its operation Denounced by Supreme Court The supreme court of the United States leads the way in denouncing tho system In Its opinion in the case of the Pacific Express Co vs Selbert the court said This court has repeatedly laid down the doctrine that diversity of taxation both with respect to the amount imposed and the various species of property selected either for bearing its burdens or being exempt from them Is not inconsistent with a perfect uniformity and equality of taxation in the proper senso of those terms and that a system which Im poses tho same tax upon every species of property irrespective of its nature or condition or class will be destruc tive of tho principle of uniformity and equality in taxation and of a just adaptation of property to Its burdens An Illinois tax commission has declared that the uniform ad valorem general property tax the system that we have also in Kentucky is debauching to the conscience and sub versive to the public moralsa school for perjury promoted by law An Ohio tax commission has denounced it as Imposing unjust bur dens on the man who Is scrupulously honest and Ohio is engaged in an effort to get rid of it A Now Hampshire tax commission deplores its corrupting and demoral izing influence A New York tax commission says It puts a premium on perjury and a penalty on Integrity- In an address to the general assem bly of Maryland Richard T Ely one of the greatest of our publicists said The one uniform tax on all property as an exclusive source of revenue never has worked well in any modern community or state in the entire clv ilized world though it has been tried thousands of times and although all the mental resources of able men have been employed to make jit work well Prof E A Angell late tax commis sioner of Ohio said in an article in tho Independent The Indirect results of the operation of the law have teen to drive away largo mases of capital from the state It Is estimated that at least 2000000000 has been lost to Cleveland alone and as much more to Cincinnati l HOUSE WORK Thousands of American women in our homes are daily sacrificing dutyIn the home neat and pretty the children well dressed and tidy women overdo A female weakness or displacement is often brought on and they suffer in silence drifting along from bad to worse knowing well that they ought to- have help to overcome the pains and aches which daily make life a burden It is to these faithful women tha- tLYDIAEPINKHAMS VEGETABLE COMPOUND comes as a boon and a blessing as it did to Mrs F Ellsworth of- MayvilletN Y and to Mrs W P Boyd of BeaverFalls Pa who say I was not able to do my own work owing to the female trouble from which Vegetableand I am so well that I can do as big a days work as I ever did I wish every sick woman would try iti FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills andhas positively cured thousands ofI women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulcera tion fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear ingdown feeling flatulency indij es prostrationWhyMrs Pinkliam invites all sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Mass Summary Conversion Hawaiian all became Christians through the simple process of an edict kapooof one of the sturdy old Knmehamchns The worthy king ob serving that It was easier to kill an I clubII the Christians took a short cut through the theological mazes of the mission aries who were trying to convert his subjects and announced that all Hawaiians were from that moment Chris tians As he added that he would knock on the head any who objected the thing was done as fast as his cou riers could deliver his message to his I loving subjects New York World The Pure Food Law Secretary Wilson says One of the I objects of the law is to inform the consumer of the presence of certain harm ful drugs in medicines The law re quires that the amount of chloroform opium morphine and other habits forming drugs be stated on the labelof each bottle The manufacturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy have always claimed that their remedy did not contain any of these drugs and the truth of this claim is now fully proven aavno mention of them is made on the label This remedy is not only one of the safest but one of the best in use for coughs and colds Its value has been proven beyond question during the many years it has been in general use For sale by Severs Drug Co Want 6ln God We Trust Back On Coins Lexington Kyv Jan 19At a meet ing held here this afternoon by Fayette County Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy in remembrance of the birthday of Gen Robert E Lee Major O S Tenny offered a resolution pro testing against the action of the United States Government in ordering the motto In God We Trust removed from coins and requesting the Hon Preston Kimball the Congressman from this district to do all he could to have the motto restored The resolu tion was unanimously adopted and a further resolution adopted asking other Chapters of the U D C to make similar requests of the Congressmen in their districts A Texas Shooting Wonder The Worlds Records for wing shoot ing with a rifle were smashed to flinders in San Antonio Texas recently by Adolph Topperwein a 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 tour out of the 50000 and but 9 out of 72500 puring 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 tho Winchester people and famed for its accuracy andcleanlines J rVJINTER BUTTERFLIES A Hardy Brood For Which Frost and Snow Possess No Terrors Coming In one day from a walk In n heavy snowstorm 1 dropped upon the evening table some triangular brown ish bfts that looked at first sight like Hakes of dried bark What are thosechips No Butterflies Such a reply with a foot of snow on the ground and great probability of n foot more before morning was accept ed as a pleasantry and not to be taken seriously The idea of catching but terflies In a snowstorm seemed too fishy for serious consideration- On the approach of winter most of the butterflies those delicate little creatures of fair weather naturally die But among their number there Is a whole hardy brood for which the rigors of winter possess no terrors These are the angle wings or vanes Bids They are frequently called thaw butterflies from the fact that during the warm spells of winter they awake from their torpor and may frequently be seen sunning themselves near their place of hibernation or If the weather is mild and pleasant flitting lightly about in the open places These Insects pass the winter both as chrysalis and as mature butterflies Normally they remain In the crysalls form only about two weeks but It Is probable that the severe cold overtakes some before they are fully developed which may account for some of them hibernating 09 chrysalis St Nicholas UNextl I was counsel for a railway compa ny In the west says a prominent New York lawyer In whose employ a sec tion hand had been killed by an ex press train Ills widow of course sued for damages The principal witness swore positively that the locomotive whistle had not sounded until after the entire train had passed over his depart ed friend You admit that the whistle blew I sternly demanded of the witness Oh yes it blew Now I added impressively if that whistle sounded In time to give Mor gan warning the fact would be In favor of the company wouldnt it I suppose so said the witness ii Very well Now for what earthly purpose would the engineer blow his whlstlenfter the man had been struck I presume replied the witness with green deliberation that the whis tle was for the next man on the tracktoHnrpers Weekly Cures Blood Skin Troubles Cancer Blood Poison Greatest Ulood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching and lumps scabbypimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B according to directions Soon all sores heal aches and pains sop the blood is made pure and rich leaving the skin free from every eruptionand =giving the rich glow of perfect health to the skin At the same time B B B im proves the digestion cures dyspepsia strengthens weak kidneys Just the medicine for old people as it gives them new vigorous blood Druggists per large bottle with directions for home cure Sample free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and special free medical advice also sent in sealed letter b B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases of impure blood and skin disease and cures after all else fails MichelangeloI front rank both as painter and sculptor In both arts he was worthy of the high est praise The fresco of the Last Judgment in the Sistine chapel is considered the most wonderful picture in the world showing tho omnipotence- of artistic science and the fiery daring of conception that but few other paint ings can even approximate In sculp ture the Moses and the Slaves not to mention other pieces rang among the finest creations of the art and pro claim Michelangelo to have been as masterful with his chisel as be was with his brushNew York American Do you have bachache occasionally or stitches in the side and sometimes do you feel all tired out without ambi tion and without energy If so your kidney are out of order Take DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills They promptly relieve backache weak back inflammation of the bladder and weak kidneys Sold by all druggists Repartee of the Shop- I never was so insulted in my life said the girl with the brown eyes in dignantly Explain further was the request Why you know Fldo chewed up the muff to that set of gray furs of mine and so I went into a shop today to see if I could find a muff that would replace it I told the clerk what I want ed He couldnt find anything that would suit so he called another clerk This one hunted high and low he drag ged out mulls till they heaped the counter but he couldnt find one that would match Finally ho called the proprle tor a fat stuffy man who came wad dUng down the aisle and said What Is the trouble I cant make a match I said al II tearfullyWhy funny he said in a I WhatsII t OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes a ter out waste or Impurities In the blood if they are or out of order they fall to do work Pains aches and rheu matism come ex cess uric neglectedkidneyKidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thougtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through and arteries urinarytroubleskidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble- If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of most distressing casesm and Is sold on Its merits fiftYIcentes You may have yourbloodthe sick their from of acid In the veins the SwampRootfreeout if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Sc Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember th name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp ftoot and the address Binghamton N Y 1 It n 3rr bttln- Prohibition In The South With the beginning of the year state prohibition went into effect in Georgia The legislature of Alabama also has enacted a general prohibitory law which takes effect January 1 1909 For several years there has been a rapid increase in the number of counties and districts in the South which have come under local prohibition of the liquor traffic under local option laws but Georgia and Alabama are the first Southern states to adopt the system of state prohibitionYouths Com panion To check a cold quickly get from your druggist some little Candy Cold Tablets called Preventics Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Pre ventics for they are not only safe but decidedly effective and prompt Pre ventics will prevent Pneumonia Bronchitis LaGrippe etc Hence the name Preventics Good for feverish children 48 Preveotics 25 cents Trial Box 5 cts Sold by all dealers Teaching the Drummer- It was the custom In the days of our old navy for the men to bring to the mast all the wornout articles which were to be Inspected handed In and ex changed for new The drummer had applied for so many drum heads that the commodore felt sure he was being imposed upon and one day set himself to watch while the band was playing As one rattling martini air followed an other his anger Increased perceptibly until he burst forth In uncontrollable rageThere now confound you I see why you use so many drum heads Dont drum in the middle of It all the time Drum all over that drum I tell you Rank Foolishness When attacked by a cough or a coldI or when your throat is sore it is rank foolishness to take any oher medicine than Dr Kings New discovery says C 0 Eskridge of Empire Ga I have used New Discovery seven years and I know it is the best remedy on earth for coughs and colds croup and all throat and lung troubles My children are subject to croup but New Discovery quickly cures every attack Known the world over as the King of throat and lung remedies Sold under guar antee at Severs Drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free t Didnt Agree With Him A Carolina man was recently Inspecting a farm owned by him and operated by an old friend who had press ed into service every member of his family including his aged fatherIThe old man must be getting along in years said the owner Yes dads nigh on to ninety was the reply Is his health good Well no The old man aint been hlsself for some time back What seems to be the matter I dunno sir I guess farming dont agree with him no moreSuccess Magazine Cheap Fun HeYou talk about men playing poker It is no worse a vice than the shopping habit of the women She Perhaps not morally speaking but then It takes money to play poker whereas n woman can shop all day without It costing her a cent except what sho pays for car fare Boston Transcript Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out frue on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the people without a pennys costthe great value of this Iscientific prescription known to druggists every where as Dr Shoops Catarrh Retnedy Sold by all dealers J HORNET SENTINELS It Would Stem That These Insects Keep Guard Over the Nests Is a hornets nest guarded by senti nels after the manner of ant hills I It Is not so easy to decide for their private habits do not Invite familiar I approach But some experiments seemed to point that way No noises however near or strident had the least effect upon the wofkccp Blow on I divers instruments IIB loudly and shrilly as I would they poured In and out of the gate or labored on the walls intent wholly upon their own affairs But at the slightest Jar upon the window or shutter out flew a bevy of irate Insects told Icing themselves against the wire window screen witi an angry bump that showed hoe good was their Intention at least to de fend their home It was always so A squad of workers free and ready for aggressive duty seemed to be lurking near the gate prompt to sally forth upon alarm Even at night a few kept near by and although their port hail lost Its vicious swing and they moved about with sluggish pace like sleep watchmen as doubtless they were they left upon the observer the Impres sion that they were on sentinel serv ice in which the community was never lacking Dr H C McCook in liar pers Magazine The Price of Peace The terrible itching and smarting incident to certain skin diseases is al most instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Salve Price 25 cents For sale by Severs Drug Co Fear Jack London is Lost in Pacific The editor of Womans Home Companion for whom Jack London is sail ing around the world in his little boat Snarkstate that he is now more than a month overdue at Tahiti of the Society Islands for which place he sailed from Hilo Hawaii on October 27th The gas engine with which the Snark is equipped was not working well when Mr London left Hawaii and it is sup posed by his publishers that he has ex perienced some more trouble with it or that he has encountered the coldrums and that his boat is rolling about be calmed somewhere in the Pacific London suited from San Francisco on May 4th and reached Hawaii about a month later He is accompanied on his voyage around the world by hiswife a captain an engineer one sailor and two Japanese servants The hiilliant sailorwriter expects to spend seven years on his voyage around the world stopping at all sorts of interesting and outoftheway places along the routeI What He Had Done Tactful and delicate even for a Frenchman was the reply made by a Parisian who had not found a life on the ocean wave all which one could wish He was sinking pale and hag gard Into his steamer chair when his neighbor cheerily asked Have you breakfasted monsieur No msieur answered the French man with a wan smile I have not breakfasted On the contrary iEv erybodys Magazine Everybody loves our babyrosy sweet and warm With kissy places on her neck and dimples on her arms Once she was so thin and cross used to cry with pain Mother gave her Cascasweet now shes well again Sold by all druggists brutish Manners- A man shoves past a woman on a staircase or he leaves her standing while he sits He comes Into a crowd ed public room with his hat on and talks loudly as If all the place belong ed to him His womankind do the same At present the workingman has the best manners the middle class tho worst Lady Violet Greville In London Graphic Qualified And Is Willie Van feller really study ingmedicineYes hes getting on famously He told me yesterday I was looking Well and by Jove I waslHarpers Weekly Accounted For The LecturerDid you see that fel low walk out In the middle of my lec ture CommitteemanOh yes He walks In his sleep you knowLy ceumlte and Talent Industry Is fortunes rlcht hand and frugality her left German Proverb Helping the Minister- A young minister unexpectedly called upon to address a Sunday school asked to gain time- Children what shall I speak about A little girl on the front seat who was In the habit of reciting at enter tainments had committed to memory several declamations so that she was ilwnys prepared for any occasion Sympathy and interest shone In her race as she held up her hand and In l shrill voice inquired What do you know bestLadles Homo Journal Plants That Hate One Another Fancy two plants being so unfriend ly that the mere neighborhood of one Is death to the other Yet this is the case with two well known English plants These are the thistle and the rape If a field is Infested with this tles which come up year after year and ruin the crops all you have to do is to BOW it with rape The thistle will be absolutely annihilated j KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS IWITH Dr Kings + New Discovery TIII FOR COLDS Trial PRICEII AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED Land For Sale By Jim D Cabbage Cloverport Ky Town Property Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Well located Itunts for Jo per month 2 000 M acres wellwatered in Rood n state of cultivation 4room cot- ta e ono stock barn and outbuildings This farm Is just outside of the city limits of Ole verport It Is rich bottom land Une for truck warden and stock raising Good mar ket for everything raised on it It is a bar gain for some man K 1 750 1W acres on lurdlnsburg and3 Kuiii of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwuhiog and a good big barn SO acres la oak and beech timber The oak timber is good tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can be hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms one third cash balance in easy payments 3 950 3 2 acres on Ilardlnshurg and f Falls Of Sinking road 2 miles onestorydwellingsblacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 223 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water the year round Onethird cash and good easy terms on balance 750 FARM FOR SALEH mile off of between Cloverport and llurdlnsbure 7 miles from Cloverport 3 miles from Hardlnsburg 197 acres of land two story bJlldlng 7 rooms well at house two springs on farm never known to go dry a good orchard For pertlculars ask Jno BSahllo payments thebrllnchi6acresinor wheat Price 11500 cash For further NewsCloverport LAND FOR SALE Folt SALE150acres of land situated near tromGarlleldments one small log dwelling three rooms good tobacco and stock barn corn crIb 46 soldFineWOO For further Information write Jno D lliilibfiiro Clovorport IC- yFOR SALEOood farm onefourth mile Basin Spring Ky contains 140 acres all level and in good state of cultiva tion About onehalt In gra s 15 urns in timber young orchard coming on plenty of good water ponds spring and cistern Good sevenroom house large burn and plenty of IrvlnKtonKylookingforso or write Jno D Habbago Cloverport 8andacres 6 ml es from Cloverport 4 miles from Hardlnsburg on Cloverport and liurdlnsburg turnpike improvements 8room dwelling barn 28x36 feet and other out buildings I12 acres In orchard 500 hearing trees and 150 young trees 40 acres Krassbalanlenever falling springs and a good well Good limestone land suitable for tobacco corn and whoHt WllluCItl1 fur market OneS third cash balance on easV torms m CQcn 72 acre farm 4H miles from Olo pow verport on Cloverport and How ling Green rond well improved i small dwellings 3 good barns smoke house lien house and corn crib One good cistern and 6 fresh water s rings l tar and sUlphur spring 33 acres cleared land balance in woods 7 acres In orchard Kalsed 20000 pounds of tobacco In KHX1 sold it at SB 8 and eJ On six acres of the wood land there are 315 merchuutable trees It Is a splendid farm for tobacco rorn and wheat The uncut timber valued at 350 10 acres in wheat This is a good bargain for some man who wants a small farm FOU SALEA splendid stand for a druggist physician in u good town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This U just tile place for soue young physician to step into a good practice and a good drug business An old established physician wants to retire is the reason for selling For further partic ulars address JNO L I1ADHAGK Ulover port Ky 5 ucrt s situated IHmlUS from Holt 600 pins Guru Pierce Hldgo land In good shape good fencing one good dwelling house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn 30x40 feet 1 neverfailing spring two ponds This Is good toiiacco wheat and yin land 20 cresin rimier white oak sugar tree and beech bUive cleared Plenty of good fruit Goon road to Stephensport 2K miles and good road to Holt 1H miles This farm is not worn out It is good lurid tit Just the farm for a man with a small famni y- WWCHJSIIR T VV Shotgun Shells Lcadcr and Repeater and Repeating ShotgunsS make a killing combina tion for ficldfowl or trapshooting No smokeless powder shells enjoy such a reputation for uniform ity of loading and strong shooting qualities as Leader and Repeater brands do and no shotgun made shoots j I harder or better than tho Winchester THBYAMB MADS FOR MOM OTH J I B n ii- b i- r + v = r +S + uLrWA IwiMw + MrrYe raa rw nrrMl a f CUSTER John Irwin Taylor has entered the Louisville Training School at Beech montGeorge Harned was in Hardinsburg MondayTell Board has been coflfined to his home for the past six weeks with grip Gilbert Pile was absent from his store Saturday afternoon on account of sicknessThe is nearly all bought up Occasionally a stray crop is sold Lo gan Butler bought John LaGrands to bacco at Rosetta Wednesday Miss Ida Marr is in Custer visiting since the close of her school on New Years day- Sherman Haynes living near Gar field had his house to burn to the ground caused trom the explosion of a lamp scattering the burning oil in every direction When the lamp exploded Mr Haynes was sitting on the side of his bed the burning oil was thrown over him burning him consid erably The draft sent the flames through the adjoining room setting it on fire The house and all its contents were totally destroyed Miss Stella Morris and Christopher Gentry were quietly married January 22 at the home of the bride The mar riage was very quiet owing to the re cent death of the father of the bride They will be at home to their friends at the old Basham place which Mr Gentry will control for the prese- ntLODIBURO A M Hardin was in Louisville and Owensboro last week on business Miss A Belle Grant visited relatives at Brandenburg last week The infant of Mr and Mrs Ezra Landman was buried in the Raymond cemetery Saturday Henry Head of Rosetta visited his brother W N Head last week The party at Miss Mollie Adkissons Friday night was a success and all re port a delightful evening Argabright school closed Thursday with a nice treat and Jasper Head as teacher Mr Head has taught a most successful school and we would be glad to have him for teacher for the coming school Mr Turpin Dies Alexander J Turpin one of the best known tobacco dealers in Kentucky lied of pneumonia at his home in Lou isville Wednesday Mr Turpin was born March 13 1840 in Wayne county I Kentucky He was twice married his second wife boing Miss Eliza Soyez of Hawosville Mr Turpin was one of ten children five of whom are living They are Mrs William Hallof Webster M V Turpin of Went Point Mrs Frank Harrington of Muldraugh Mrs John Robbins of Hawesville and Mrs Paul Carmen of Hardinsburg Besides his wife he is survived by three sons and one daughter He was a cousin of Mr JJ Dyer of this city- Cashier Wcatherholts Memory Last week the patrons of the Bank of Cloverport were congratulating Mr Marion Weatherholtthe cashier on his good memory which was shown in his refusing payment on a forged check of 79 A check supposed to have been drawn by Mr J C Merserve and pay able to a person by the name of Willard Taul was cashed by the Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Company Before the Company cashed the check they telephoned to the Bank of Cloverport to see if it were good and without any suspicion Cashier Weatherholt told them yes However upon receiving the check be immediately saw that the hand writing was not Mr Merserves and investigated the matter and learned that the check had neither been drawn nor authorized by him Mr Weatherholts ability for banking is clearly demonstrated every day iin the way he handles even the details of the work He remembers handwritings and faces as well as figures and dollars First Sale Of Equity Tobacco The Burley Tobacco branch of thei Society of Equity last week made itsi first sale since the tobacco pool wasi formed in 1906 Three hundred and Jive thousand pounds of the 1906 crop were sold to Love Buffington of Covington The sale was made at the prices which had been set by the Society of Equity for these grades as high as thirty cents being paid for some of it although most of it was sold at eighteen cents a pound The sale was made o the samples stored at the societys i sample warehouse in Winchester though the tobacco itself is stored in ware houses in different counties of the burley tobacco districtGeprgetow- Times Miss De Furnall of New York is spending the winter at the homeof her sister Mrs J B Randall in Louisville i STEPHENSPORT Miss Verna Bennett of Chenault was the guest of Miss Esther Payne Sunday Mr and Mrs Brown McCubbins and little daughter arrived from Indiana polis Sunday They will locate here Abe Bennett and son of Chenault were guests of relatives and friends here Sunday arid Monday Mrs P J Petitt of Rome was call ed to Lbulsvilje last week to attend the funeral of her grand son James Kerr JrThere will be a missionary exercise given at the Baptist church Sunday afternoon at two oclock Everybody invited and should come as the program is very interesting Miss Gertie Fenn of Hardinsburg was the guest of Miss Lois Baker Satur dayThe Morgan Bros have moved in their new place of business It is quite an improvement to the town Boyd McKaughn and son have re turned from Evansville with the Hornet They are doing a good business with their boat Miss Lidia Goering and Mr Hale of Hawesville were the guests of Mr and Mrs John Adair Sunday Edwin Hodge Is Complimented It is understood that the vacancy on the board of the Imperial Tobacco Com pany of Kentucky caused by the death of Mr Willford C Reed of Richmond Va will be filled by the election of Mr Edwin Hodge of Henderson Mr Hodge has intimated his willing ness to accept the position in view of the importance which the company at taches to being personally represented in that city UniontownTelegrarnT McQuady Man Satisfied Mr B F Dejernette of McQuady was in Cloverport Saturday and renew ed his subscription to the News In speaking of the tobacco sales Mr De jernette said he had sold his 1907 crop but had his 1905 and 1906 tobacco in the pool His 1907 Crop brought him 650 roundwhich was more than he expect ed The price was satisfactory to him and also was the grading He is plann ing to plant twenty acres this year which is two and onehalf acres to the handMr Dejernette is the son of the late Joe A Dejernette and like his father is a good substantial man Extensively EntertainedIn Mrs HM Harris entertained Sat urday at six oclock dinner for Miss Skillman of Cloverport 000 Mrs Walter Leiter gave a perfectly planned dinner Tuesday evening for Miss Eva Youngs guest Miss Lizzie Skillman of Cloverport Covers were laid for 18 000 Mrs Jessie Williams entertained at Whist Wednesday afternoon inhonor of Mrs Chas Skillman and Miss Elizabeth Skillman of Cloverport 000 Miss Eva Young gave a Whist party last evening for her guests Mesdames Mason Dyer E S Winstead and J L Dorsey of Henderson Miss Elizabeth Skillman and Mrs Chas Skillman of Cloverport A beautiful two course dinner was servedUniontown Tele gramReturns From Evansville Mr and Mrs George Thomas Mason formerly of Mattingly have returned from Evansville and are nosy living on the McQuady farm which Mr Mason bought from Mr F Fraize two months ago Mr Mason had been living in Evansville nearly six years but he saw bow the panic was going to effect that city and made his escape before it struck him Although Mr Mason made and saved money in the city he and Mrs Mason prefer farm life Mr Martin At Robards Chas C Martin has accepted a posi tion with the Eakins Drug Co at Robards Ky and is well pleased with the place He says the drug store is better than the majority of druggists have and uptodate in every way Mr Martin formerly lived in Cloverport and is a pharmacist of much experience Meeting Closed The Rev J S Brear of Fordsville Caneyvillenclosed a successful revival at Dukes Sunday which resulted in forty conversions and thirtythree accessions BetternDr A A Simons one of the busiest physicians of this city has been indis posed for several days but was able to be out yesterday BEWLEYVILLE y Miss Martin of Louisville is a pleasant visitor of Miss Blanche Jolly C H Blanford has lagrippe- H I Snyder left the 21st tor fc prospective trip through Oklahoma and Texas Mr Snyder expects to move his family in a short time Z T Stith who has been very ill of erysipelas is better at this wiiting Ernest Hardaway of Louisville is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs T P Hardaway Alonzo Dowell has moved to the Pig ott farm near town Mr D C Heron is at home Mrs D C Moorman of Glendeaneis visiting her parents Mr and Mrs T P HardawayEugene of this place and Miss Jennie Payne of Ekron were married Sunday evening G E Drury of Irvington was a visitor in the neighborhood Sunday Mrs Tom Compton of Webster is with her mother Mrs Compton who has been very ill Mrs Gilbert Kasey and children visited Mrs Joe Hilf at Ekron a few days last week R J Cain has three children very sick of lagrippe HORNET SENTINELS It Would Seem That These Insects Keep Guard Over the Nests Is a hornets nest guarded by sentinels after the manner of ant hills It Is not so easy to decide for their private habits do not invite familiar approach But some experiments seemed to point that way No noises however near or strident had the least effect upon the workers Blow on divers instruments as loudly and Bhrllly as I would they poured in and out of the gate or labored on the walls intent wholly upon their own affairs But at the slightest jar upon the win dow or shutter out flew a bevy of irate insects and flung themselves against the wire window screen with an angry bump that showed how good was their intention at least to de fend their home It was always so A squad of workers free and ready for aggressive duty seemed to be lurking near the gate prompt to sally forth upon alarm Even at night a few kept near by and although their port hall lost Its vicious swing and they moved about with sluggish pace like sleepy watchmen as doubtless they were they left upon the observer the impres sion that they were on sentinel serv ice in which the community was never lacking Dr H 0 McCook in Harpers Magazine Repartee of the Shop- I never was so insulted in my llfel said the girl with the brown eyes in dignantlyExplain further was the request Why you know Fido chewed up the muff to that set of gray furs of mine and so I went into a shop today to see It I could find a muff that would re place it I told the clerk what I want ed He couldnt find anything that would suit so he called another clerk This one bunted high and low he drag ged out muffs till they heaped the coun ter but he couldnt find one that would match Finally he called the proprie tor a fat stuffy man wjio came wad dling down the aisle and said What is the trouble 44j cant make a match I said al most tearfully Why thats funny he said In a hatefully patronizing manner Whats the matter with the men New York Press Michelangelo Michelangelo stood in the front rank both as painter and sculptor In both arts he was worthy of the hIgh- est praise The fresco of the Last Judgment in the Sistine chapel is considered the most wonderful picture in the world showing the omnipotence of artistic science and the fiery daring of conception that but few other paint ings can even approximate In sculpture the Moses and the Slaves not to mention other pieces rang among the finest creations of the art and pro claim Michelangelo to have been as masterful with his chisel as ho was with his brush New York American A Surprise TeacherFreddy Fangle you may give the German name of the river DanubeFreddyDunno FreddyDunnoTeacherDonaul That is right I am glad you have studied your lesson so well Freddy is surprised but keeps still Exchange Jolting the Grandad A fond grandfather and father were admiring the new baby Fond Grand fatherI declare That youngster is a great deal more intelligent than you were at his age Insulted Father Naturally he has a great deal brighter fatherLlfc A Mere Painting She Why no The stolen Gains borough was not a hatit was a pic ture IIer Husband Ob I thought from the value that It was a hat Town and Country Strike from mankind the principle of faith and men would have no more history than a flock of sheepLytton Never was good work doae without much trouble Chlmwe Proverb Young Son Taken Raymond Ky Jan 26Special Again we bow in sympathy with the bereaved family of Mr and Mrs Tom Hall when their youngest son John fell asleep January 18 1908 to awake with Jesus inhis home above and meet a brotherJohn just arriving to young man hood being 17 years old the 14th of December 1907 He joined the Bap tist church at this place in August 1905 and was a consistant member until death The pallbearers were Johnnie Avitt Jones Mercer Carrlase Knott Almon Chappell Walter Cashman and Garfield Johnson all schoolmates except the last His other schoolmates marched two in file in church and to the graveyard each carrying a bunch of evergreens which they decorated the grave with as a fond re membrance of a loved schoolmate He will not only be missed at home but will be missed at church Sunday school in the school room and in the whole neighborhood He was a kind and obedient sona loving and affection ate brother and loved by all He leaves a father mother two brothers and six sisters to weep for him His funeral was preached on the 20th by Rev I C Argabright from the 15th verse 116 Psalm Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his Saints While he will be sadly missed God knoweth and doeth all things for the best and as we journey onward through life we hope some sweet day to meet our friend and loved one where sorrow is no more Jesus our blessed Savior Look down from thy throne above brokenheartedWith love Is the wish of a friend LINCOLNS JOIE Fixing the Responsibility For the Loss of Harpers Ferry President Lincolns jokes especially when perpetrated in connection with grave matters usually had a purpose in them After Lee had taken Har pers Ferry the president realizing how great a calamity It was to the north ern arms determined if possible to fix the responsibility for the lloss of the important position Halleck was summoned but did not know where the blame lay Very well said Lincoln Ill ask General Schenck The latter could throw no light upon the question further thau to say that he was not to blame Mll roy was the next to be called to the presence of the commander in chief and to enter a plea of not guilty Hooker was next given a hearing and Fighting Joe made a very emphatic disclaimer of all responsibility Then the president assembled the four generals in his room and said to them Gentlemen Harpers Ferry was surrendered and none of you it seems is responsible I am very anxious to discover the man who is After strid ing across the room several times the president suddenly threw up his bow ed head and exclaimed I have It 1 know who is responsible I Who Mr President who Is it asked the distinguished quartet as they looked anxious if not troubled Gentlemen said tho president with a meaning twinkle In his eye General Lee is the man There was a lack of mirth in the laugh created and the four generals took their departur with a determina tlon that they would not again be placed under suspicion SLEEP MYSTERIES Tasks Often Performed While the Worker Slumberst A psychologist was discussing the miracles of sleep One can become so accustomed he said to a monotonous task that one can fall asleep and still keep on work ing Thus in India there are punka coolies men who turn a fan all night long in the hot weather while their English masters rest and it is not uncommon for a punka cooly to acquire the knack of sleeping at his task On and on he sleeps through the hot per fumed hours of the Indian night but his hand mechanically and steadily turns the punka pulley Men have composed great literary works in their sleep Coleridges Ku bin Khan is tho most famous example of this but then Coleridge was a morphlnomaniac and his sleep was scarcely natural But H L Stevenson Corelll and Longfellow have also done good work while sleeping Divers sometimes fall asleep deep down in the sea but some unknown part of their brain keeps watch and at the proper moment though asleep they give the order to be hauled up This is a good deal like the miracle that happens to all of ustho miracle whereby if we tell ourselves on retir ing that we must wako at 7 we in variably do wake at that hourhow- or why it is impossible to say Some part of us watches works keeps awake all night so that at 7 it may call usNow Orleans TimesDemo crnt CONTAINS ENNEBYS Mothlrs sndorsi It I REYSTROUTMANSENDSBEST l Rev George A E Troutman Mt Washington Mo Writes ad liMy Wife and I Are Strong Believers in Peruna Catarrh and La Grippe ROY Gco A E Troutman Mt Washington Mo writesliMy wife and I are strong believers in Peruna Iwas cnred of a bad case of catarrh when nothing oleo that I tried had any effect My wife was cured from a severe case ot la grippe and wo feel that tho least wo can do is to gratefully acknowledge the merit of Peruna liMy wife joins me In sending best wishes for your success Throat Trouble Kov H W Tate 020 Lincoln Avenue Walnut pills Cincinnati Ohio writes For several years I have been troubled Ask Your Druggist for Peruna Almanac for 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 DUKES Master Hillary Cahal has pneumonia- Mr and Mrs James Kennedy and children of Happy Hollow spent last week here the guests of her mother Mrs Henderson Johnson Ottis Kinder of Tobinsport Ind was the guest of Amos Corley Thurs day and Friday Miss Emma Clark and Prof Kirtley Kincaid of Patesville spent last Sun day the guest of Miss Mamie Cahal Mrs John Evans and daughter Miss Ella spent Monday and Tuesday of last week the guest of their aunt Mrs Sam Burnett Eddie Powers made a business trip to Patesville Wednesday- R J Tindle has sold his storehouse and stock to Richard Sapp of Owens boro He will take possession Monday but will not move his family until MarchBob Lamb wife arid sister Mrs Etta Marlow of Patesville attended church here Wednesday Hardin Brown of Addison was here Wednesday and Thursday of last week the guest of Miss Mamie Cahal The protracted meeting at the C P church closed Sunday evening Sister Woosley preached a series ot fine ser mons for the past two weeks The meeting resulted in much good There was a large number of conversions and several were added to the church Misses Bridget and Eva Powers of Goering were the guests of Miss Powers Friday and Saturday SenadaI Miss Bessie Johnson is aunt Mrs Dave Isome of Goering Miss Carrie Basham entertained a few of her friends Friday in honor of her eighteenth birthday Those pres ent were Misses Tula Lamb Lula Kin HONEY MATIYECh- lldrsn like lt with a peculiar spasmodic atfectfoa 4f SUdd1aud0 would be greatly interfered with I would be obliged to gasp for breath- I finally concluded that it was some catarrhal affection which probably ex cited the spasm It interfered with my vocation as a preacher attacking nw occasionally In the pulpit I had hoard so much about PeraM as a catarrh remedy that I determined to try It After taking two bottles my trouble has disappeared I feel sure that Poruna has greatly benefited me Rev P E Swanstrom Swedbk Baptist Pastor Box 228 Qrantsburg Wis writes that from the use of Peruna ho Is perfectly well entirely cured of chronic diarrhea and catarrh Peruna In Tablet Form For two years Dr Hartman and hit assistants have incessantly labored to create Pernna in tablet form and their strenuous labors have just been crowned with success People who object to liquid medicines can now secure Poruaa Tablets which represent the medicinal ingredients of Petuna Each tablet li equivalent to one average dose of Feruna I Free 1908 caid of Patesville Eva Powers of Goering and Flora Newbury BLACK JACK NOTES Mr and Mrs Frank Medley spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Joe Rhodes Little Julia Holsten has pneumonia mostIpopular young ladies and who has for the past six years made her home with her sister Mrs J W Downs left last week for Hawesville She will make her home there with her sister Miss Allie had many friends here who re gretted her departure Mrs Mary Lamb has been on the sick list for the past week John Curtain called on Miss Cyntha McIntire Sunday afternoon Mrs T F Miller spent Sunday after noon with her mother Mrs Mary LambThe dance at R A Hamiltons last Thursday evening was delightful Misses Bertha and Mable Foushee at tended the ScottFountain wedding last Wednesday and was the guest of their uncle John Foushee John Ritches family have lagripp Eula and Tula Prather were guests of Fanny Dowell recently Misses Lillie and Dona Miller enter tained a few friends in honor of Allid Sipse Sunday before her leave for HawesvilleMiss Foushee spent Monday and Tuesday with Lula Sipse The little baby of Mr and Mrs Lum Hamilton has been quite sick but is much better at this writing Mrs Hattie Watts of Muldrah visit ed Mrs Bettie Wright recently Mr and Mrs John Ritchie spent last Saturday with Mr and Mrs Eugene MedleyMiss Lou Shacklett and mother spent Tuesday with her uncle Henry Smith near Ekron Mr and Mrs Frank Medley spent last Snuday with Mr and Mrs Joe Rhoads of Paradise Mr Lamb has been somewhat indis posed for the past week Mrs Kate Lancaster is on the sick listMrs Lon Ritchie spent last Monday with Mrs Josie Allen AN- DOUCH Tastes so good TAR YRUPIOD 1CHIOtIMrk ws sun wNt atae ea 1Ir hoe eeMsinMt Opi ts Kwudra Lum csusk irnip moms Uti town oeMWI a as Osllat 1 1aM For Sale by11 Drug i1s- t n t i 0 i