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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 vfiV t t MEri BRECKENRIDGE NEWS rfi ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT- V CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 12 1908 8 Pines NO 3L i 7 Li CEN= TRAL POINT Loll OjtiJn Measure the Pivot on Which All Legislation Depends IN FRUGGLE TO THE DEATH Feb HTo an un- It looks very much ill race and the county 11 bill have come to 2Sle to the death In the bill passes the Mhances are that the ck will not be broken Created it may mean ill be elected senator idw being made sub local option measure round which all the WILLIAM O BRADLEY kmaller planets are revolving With out discussing the political features of the situation there is no harm in telling the plain facts as to how the matter stands The test votes taken in the house show that a large major Ity of the Democrats are for the bill and a large majority of the Republicans are against it It is freely assert ed that Governor Beckhams friends are working hard to have the bill pass ed and that Governor Bradleys friends are working just as hard to defeat it It is practically conceded that a United I States senator will not be elected un til the county unit bill Is disposed of one way or the other for the reason that the few legislators that are willing to sacrifice overvthinc to hnln Mm A l Youll find everything just as advertised and everything advertised will be hero at the ad vertised price There is no fake about it If you are dissatisfied for any reason come and get your money back irdII1 a Tnrrsnqr nnerosrs writ not change the votes in the senatorial race until the fate of the county unit measure Is set tled It is believed here that if the senatorial race was out of the way- this legislature would pass a mos stringent temperance law and provide for a vote by the people on an amend ment to the constitution so that a vote on state prohibition might be had three years from now It lIB a pretty fight and the result Is In doubt S Senator Newman of Woodford county says that much dishonesty has grown up In the matter of giving short weights In packages or sacks of flour and meal He introduced a bill In th senate some days ago to prevent thi fraudulent practice and the senate passed it almost Unanimously The bill provides that every package or sack of flour or meal shall have the correct weight of the package or sack printed on It in letters and figures large enough to be easily read and a penalty Is fixed for the violation of the provisions of the law It was stated1 In the debate on the bill that In many instances a sack of flour or meal pur porting to contain twentyfour pound- really s contained but nineteen yet the purchaser paid for twentyfour pounds Every housekeeper In the state who looks after her everyday purchases will be Interested in this bill an thank the senator from Woodford fo dr protecting them in this matter- S It is the general belief that too few legal hangings have been had In Ken tucky In the past twenty years but 1 a If bill that Is now before the legislature becomes a law there will never be another legal hanging in the state In other words hanging Is to be abol ished and all criminals condemned to death will hereafter be electrocuted as they are In New York and other states The bill which was Introduced by Senator McNutt of Louisville provides that all criminals condemned to death shall be electrocuted In the penlten tIary at Frankfort and does away with public executions only a limite- number of persons being permitted to witness the electrocution This bit Continued on Page 8 1500 suits 50 1250 suits 50 1000 suits 00 800 suits at 5 00 500 pants atf + a3 50 400 pants at 2 75 350 pants 300 pants at t1 98 All Corduroy and Jeans Pants at 40 Per Cent Discount 350 boys suits at 2 50 250 boys suits atl50 200 boys suits at98c35cCarhartt22250 sewing machines 13 00 GREATLY LOVED WOMAN TAKEN Mrs Tlbbert Qfes at Her Home in Louisville Mona day WAS IN HER SIXTY FIFTH YEAR Mrs Mary B Gabbert died Monday morning at her home at Baxter and Door Avenuos in Louisville after an ill ness of dropsy Mrs Gabbert was sixtyfive years of age and she had I lived her life beautifully spending her time making her children and loved ones happy She was the wife of the late Dr Gabbert a prominent phy sician of Rockport Ind where she hetr marriage was a Miss Ljghtfoot being a sister of Mr Chas Lightfoot of this city Dr Foster Lightfoot of Hawesvjlle and Mrs George Dowden of BrandenburgMrs is survived by three sons Melvin Gabbert of California Lucien Qabbert of Clovelnnd Ohio and Dr Forrest Gabbert of Louisville with whom she made her home tvaeThis time s sheswrote the News that she was enjoying the fruit the flowers and the sunshine but could not do without her home paper She took a great interest in all1 the pleasures of life and the removal of this bright beautiful character will be a sad separation to her friends Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot left on 1the Monday afternoon train to attend toosk Ask Yourself the Question I Why not use Chamberlains Pain Balm when you have rheumatism We dfees sure that the result will lit prunrp and satisfactory One application re lieves the pain and many have beeu permanently cured by its use 26and SO cent sizes For sale at Severs tiro store Mr Agnew Sells Gardner Agnew has sold his grocery store and property on the hill to Jo Mullen Mr Agnew is theIwesterstown in which to make his home odr a scar Cures piles eczema salt rheum any itching Doans Ointment Your Druggist sells it Clarks thread 5c Allcalico 5c All lOc and 12lc ginghams percales ducks c 7c Outing and 50c underwear union suits neckwear and 54inch allwool broadcloth black brown red 150 at 90c 250 Swann hat 50 200 Swann hat 25 150 Swann hat at 90c Laces and at your own price 8 rolls matting 35c to 21c 4 rolls matting 20c to 12ic I ARE Many Deaths Occur During The Last Will Reid Dies UNCLE GEORGE ROBERTS GONE Brackonridge county lost one of its oldaet and mot respected citizens when Mn George Roberts died last Friday at his home near For vnte His death was due to general debility lie was called Uncle George by most every one and his friends were many and true Mr Roberts was the father of thirteen children nine of whom are living He was past ninety years of age 000 The death of Mrs Joe Fowler causes general regret In Breckenridge county as well as in Meade She died Satur day at her home in Brandenburg Mrs Fowler was a sister of Mr D L John son Boo The many friends and relatives are grieved to learn of the death of Mr P B Hardin which occured at Montreal Canada February the fourth Mr Hardin was fiftysix years ot age and his wife with one son age sixteen sur vive him He was a brother of W H Hardin of Owensboro Dr J M Hardin of and AM Hardin of Lodiburg Mrs Ida Brown and Mrs I 1Lizzie Robinson 000The home of Mr and Mrs LT Reid was stricken with sadness Saturday when a telegram came informing them of the death of Mr Reids brother Mr Will Reid which occured at Ocean Side California Mr Reid had been illof lead poisoning two weeks having eons tracted it from the lead mines where he II thirtyfiveBucyrustOhio Mr Reid had visited here sever al times and his visits were always occasions of much pleasure to Mr and ReidgMonday for Bucyrus where the funeral will be held to morrow 000 DIEDAt his home in Warsaw Tues Alberteandg12 I was born in Warsaw Aug ust 16 1866 and here was reared and educated in our schools He proved himself bright scholar while attending school and afterward a model young man sober honest and industrious making friends with whomever he came in contact When 17 years of age he Selz Mens 400 shoes at 2 85 Mens 350 shoes at 2 75 Mens 300shoes at 2 35 Mens 250 shoes at I 90 Mens 2 00 shoes at 149 Mens 500 high cut 50 Lots of good shoes at 1 25 Mens rubbors 49c Mens arctic overshoes 90c Ladies arctic overshoes 65c Childrens rubbers 25c Ladies050 fine shoes at 2 50 Ladies J3001 fine shoes at 2 25I 250 fine shoes at 1 90 Ladies 300 fine shoes at 1 49 150 fine shoes at 98c 300 hoys shoes at 1 90 250 boys shoes at 1 49 Confidence when that your food is of wholesomenessthat it has in it that can injure or repastdoubly youhave ROYAL S Beld Powder bo1xtcyFcThe only baking made with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar tl There can be no confi i dence when alum pow der food say that more or unchangedalumi I rwent south to Cloverport Kv and didclerical work there for about bine years On August 23 1887 he was united in marriage to Miss Katharine Bernscheuer of Warsaw who survives him to mourn the loss of a good and most kind husband In 1889 he moved back to Warsaw with his family and with the exception of a few years spent at Hampton Ill has resided here ever since For a short time he kept a meat market here in company with his brother Louis and the rest of the time worked at various trades By holding his earnings carefully together he was enabled to provide for his family a comfortable home About two years ago his health began to fail His kidneys frequently gave him much trouble Doctors were consulted and remedies applied but in stead of getting better he grew worse But he bore his affliction with Christian patience and remarkable fortitude During the last days of his life when it became more and more apparent that the end of his earthly career was at especially to get well once more but if the Lord wills otherwise I am willing and ready HUNDREDS ARE TESTIFYING TO THIS REAL CLOSING OUT SALEWholesale Prices The sale has just begun Gentlemen what marvelous prices Square Deal Qualities we have we have only to mention a few Clothing at9at8at7 at50 flannolQttes7u- Mons atr38cLa- dies at38cA- ll 19cto35c at1at1embroideries SILVER CORDS BROKEN WeekMr California BrandenburgSam daysDeceased Shoes Blue 25Childrens eating nothing powder comforting eating Chemists myi At Come See and ForAll for you suspenders- at Royal highest baking Groceries20 Ibs standard granulated sugar 1 00 Ibs Gardners boat coffee i 00 No 2 Coasted coffee per Ib He No 3 green cofiee per lb 12c No L navy beans lib for 4Me Hominy per lb2e14cHamsShoulders 8c2lb can tomatoes9c2l-bcan corn 7c Salmon 9c 7 bars Big Deal soap 25c boxes matches 25c Bakers Chocolate 20c Choice Irish potatoes 95c Quaker oats 9c 4 dozen pickles 25c Best cheese 15c WE POSITIVELY GUARANTEE TO SELL AS ADVERTISED St Gardner BrosL Irvington Ky to go Besides his widow and two children one daughter Miss Mary and one son Albert he loaves his aged father Carl Lishen and three brothers Edward and Henryof Culver Kan and Louis of Peoria aso two sisters Mrs Anna May of Cloverport Ky and Mrs Hattie Baum of St Louis The funeral will be held this Friday afternoon at 2 oclock from the Luth eran church Warsaw Bulletin 1 Mr Lishen was a half brother of Mrs Fred May and an uncle of Mr Carl Lisbon of this city When he lived here he worked at Bowmers store 000 Mr James Clarkson died this morn ing a few minutes before ten at his i i home near Big Spring of grippe Mr Clarkson was one of the most remarka ble oid men in this section of the coun try He was ninetytwo years old last August He was a father of six living children Mr J R Clarkson near this city Mr Jesse Clarkson who lived with him Mrs J L Talbott Mrs A D McCans Mrs James Clarkson and Mrs Mat Adams The arrangements for the funeral have not yet been made Elizabethtown News or w vr T I I I 3 I 0 7 Our Word For It No other sale approaches this one for depthof price cutting or liberality of value giving At no time during the history of Irvington have we A anyone else over qr ed goods of alfidard 1I i quality at nytl1athk these prices r I i iII The Fighting t II u Chance Copyright 1908 by the Cartl PubHahiag Co ipaay Copyright 1808 by Robert W Cnmbe CliAPTE FOUR at Shotover except sluggards tc BItEAKFAS1 were sent was the English fashion any other method or compromise being ImpossibleFerrall appeared to be a normal man energetically devoted to his busi ness his pleasures his friends and comfortably In love with his wife And If some considered his vigor in business to be lacking in mercy that vigor was always exercised within the law lIe never transgressed the rules of war but his headlong energy some times landed him close to the dead line He had already breakfasted when the earliest risers entered the morning room to saunter alibut the sideboards and investigate the simmering contents of silver covered dishes on the warm ersThe fragrance of coffee was pleas antly perceptible Men In conventional shooting attire roamed about the room selected what they cared for and car ried it to the table Mrs Mortimer was there consuming peaches tha matched her complexion Marlon Page always more congruous In felt costume and belted Jacket than it anything else and always like her own hunters minutely groomed was preparing a breakfast for her own consumption with the 1leisurely preci sion characteristic of her whether i the saddle on the box or grassing her brace of any covey that ever flushed Captain Voucher and Lord Alderden discussed prospects between bites at jentlvQ to the monosyllabic opinions of Gortonmeal listened respectfully and waited on their sister at the slightest lifting of her thinlyI arched eyebrows Into this company snuntored Slward apparently in worse for wear for as yet the enemy hud set upon him no proprietary Inxlgnin save a rather be coming pallor and faint bluish shad owe under the eyes lie strolled about exchanging amiable greetings and presently selected a chilled grape fruit as his breakfast Opposite him Mortimer breakfasting upon his own dread ful bracer of an apple soaked In port raised his heavy inflamed eyes with n significant leer at the Iced grape fruit Slward glanced out through the lead ed casements Into the brilliant Sep tomLer sunshine Qntsldo lie could see Major Belweth er pink skinned snowy chop whiskers brushed rnublt fashion very voluble with Sylvia Landls who listened ab sently hem partly averted Quarrler In tweeds and gutters his morning ci gar delicate y balanced in his gloved fingers striled near enough to be within earot and when Sylvias In attention to Major Bellwethers observations became marked to the verge of rmleneHK he cline forward and spoke But whatever it was that ho said appea d to change her passive Inattention quiet displeasure for as Slward rov from the table he saw her turn 01 her steel and walk slowly toward a K oup of dogs presided over by some kennel men and gamekeepers She was talking to the head game keeper when he emerged from the M am asking Dawson to explain just ex F actly UIHI 11 Shot bles over drive riser house but slip saw him on the terrace and gave him a bright nod of greeting so close to an Invitation that he descended the stone steps and crossed the dew wet lawn- I am asking Dawson to ex plain Just exact ly what a Shot over drive re sembles she said turning to Include Siward In an animated conference with the big scraggy head keeper 1 You know Mr Slward that it is a custom peculiar to Sijotovor House to RheumatismI Itnatisml Not a remedy that will straighten the distorted limbs of chronic cripples nor turn bony wthi back to flesh again That is imposslbl t 1 can now surely kill tho pains and pangs of tdeplorable disease AQemuuiT a Chemist in the City of w tadtI found tho last ingredient with k Apr Snoops Rheumatic Remedy was made ihafcted dependable prescription Without man Ingredient I successfully treated many formm of Rheumatism I but ffovr at hut itunl touch dre aU tumble cases of this heretofore wastea dpd disease Those sandlike granular sad wisifl toKhaumaUoBlood seem todluolyo freely M doT under the action of this remedy as And then w liar when added to pure water fr0dy passIssolved these poisonous wastee- Itheumatfsm the IJstem and the amuse to norailoat hatps 1eCUSO tolUtfer lonxerw1 In MO oe rnmm WeDr i psRhcuinatieS ALL DEALS 1 IROBERTI open rue season mn what Is caned a Shotover drive- I heard Alderdcne talking about It he said smilingly Inspecting the girls attire of khaki with Its buttoned pockets gun pads and Cossack cartridge loops and the tan knee kilts hanging heavily plaited over gaiters and little thick soled shoes Ho had never cared very much to see women afield for In a rare case where there was no affec tatlon there was something else In born that he found unpleasantsome thing lacking about a woman whc could take life from frightened wild things something shocking that a woman could look unmoved upon a twitching blood soiled heap of feathers at her feet- Meanwhile Dawson dog whip at sa lute stood knee deep among his rest less setters explaining the ceremony with which Mr Ferrall ushered in the opening of each shooting season Its our own idee Miss Landis he said proudly Onct a season Mr Fer rail and his guests likes it for a mixed bag Tis a sort of picnic miss The guns is In pairs sixty yards apart in line an the rules Is walk straight ahead dogs to heel until first cover is reached fire straight or to quarter never blankln nor wlpln no eyes and ground game counts as feathers for the Shotover cup Oh Its a skirmish line that walks straight ahead said Siward nodding Straight ahead sir No stoppln no turulu for hedges fences water or rock There Is boats fr deep water and fords marked and corduroy fr to pass the Seen Drecns Luncheon at 1 miss an hours rest then straight on over hill valley rock and river to the rondyvoo atop Osprey ledge Youll see the poles and the big nests sir Its there they score for the cup and there when the bag Is counted the traps are ready to carry you home again And to Siward Will yo draw for your lady sir It is the cus tomAre you my lady he asked turning to Sylvia Do you want me In the smiling luster of her eyes the tiniest spark Hashed out at him a hint at dcflitiicc for somebody perhaps for Major Bellwether who had taken considerable pains to enlighten her as to Slwards condition the night be fore perhaps also for Quarrler who had naturally expected to act as bet gun bearer In emergencies- Im probably a poor shot she said looking sirlllngly straight Into Si wards eyc But if youll take me I will with pleasure he said Dawson do we draw for position Very well then And he drew r slip of paper from the box offered by the head keeper No 7 sold Sylvia looking over his shoulder Come out to the starting line Mr Shvnrd All the positions an market with golf disks What sort of ground have we ahead Dawson I Kind o stilt miss grinned the keeper Pity your gentleman aint drawcd the meadows nn Sachem hill line Will you choose your dog sir You have your dog you know ob served Sylvia demurely and Slwnrd glancing among the Impatient setters saw one white heavily feathered dog straining a his leash and wagging frantically brown eyes fixed on him The next moment Sagamore was free devouring his master with ca eases the girl looking on In smiling silence and presently side by side the man the girl and the dog were stroll- Ing off to the starting line where al ready people were gathering in groups selecting dogs fowling pieces com paring numbers and discussing the merits of their respective lines of ad vanceFerrall busily energetic and in high pointinglOUtAbove the distant scrub of the fore kindYou two are certainly up against Itl he sale grinning Theres only one rougher line and youre in for thorns and water and a scramble across the backbone of the divide Is it any good asked Siward Good If youve got the legs and Sylvia doesnt play baby I she said Indignantly Kemp you annoy me Anti I will bet you now she added flushing that your old cup Is ous Wait snld Siward laughing We may not shoot straight You will Kemp Ill wager what ever you dare Gloves Stockings against a ciga rette case he suggested movingwith u nod and smile for the groups now disintegrating into couplesthe Page boys with Eileen Shannon and Rena Bonnesdel Marlon Page follow ed by Alderdene Mrs Vendennlng and Major Belwether and the Tassel girl convoyed by Leroy Mortimer Farther along the lne taking post she saw Quarrler nnd Miss Caithness Captain Voucher with Mrs Mortimer and oth ers too distant to recognize moving across country with glitter and glint of sunlight on slanting gun barrels And now Ferrall was climbing Into his saddle beside kk Drtttr wife who r a for female Ills Yen should take for female file a Medicine which acts ea the feaale erjaai and function Cartful Is sot a rains nedlctae It b for woaea Its pare heat lag curative vegetable lajredl eats p direct to tie womaaly crisis relieve their pala aad Ins flamnaUea and HUll ap their ItrutJitTinge caaaet tell writes Miss Nola Swill el Sweetwr lad what WINE OF CARDUI WOMANS RELIEF kin dene for me I am oa my third bottle and am so muck better Before I began to fake Car dal I could not do a days work Now I can work an day Mother took fear bottles of Cardul before- confinement got along fine and has been real strong ever since At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating age and describing symptoms to Ladies Advisory Dept Tho Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn B 40 out IHT nor use a noy me wnrte ring lifted high In the sunshine watching the firing line until the last laggard was In position All right Grace said Ferrall briskly Down went the white flag The far ranged line started into moticn straight across country dogs at heel From her saddle Mrs Ferrall could see the advance strung out far afield from tho dark spots moving along the Fells boundary to the two couples traversing the salt meadows to north Crack A distant report came faintly over the uplands against the wind Voucher observed Ferrall proba bly a snipe Hark Hes struck them again Grace Mrs Fcrrall watching curiously saw Slwards gun fly up as two big dark spots floated up from the marsh and went swinging over his head Crack Crack Down sheered the black spots tumbling earthward out of the sky Duck said Ferrall A double for Stephen Lord Harry How that man can shoot Isnt it a pity that He said no more Ills pretty wife astride her thoroughbred sat silent gray eyes fixed on the distant figures of Sylvia LandIs and SI ward now shoulder deep in the reeds Was it very bad last night she asked In a low voice Ferrall shrugged lIe was not of fensive He walked steadily enough upstairs When I went Into his room he lay on the bed as it hed been struck by lightning and yet you see how he Is this morning After awhile his wife said It Is going to alter him some day dreadfully Isnt It Kemp You mean like Mortimer Yes only Leroy was always a pig As they turned their horses toward the highroad Mrs Ferrall said Do you know why Sylvia Isnt shooting with Howard No replied her husband indifferently do you No She looked out across the sun lit ocean g ive gray eyes brightening with suppressed mischief But I half suspectWhat WhatOh sorts of things Kemp Whats one of em asked Ferrall looking around at her But his wife only laughed You dont mean shes throwing her flies at Slward now that youve hook ed Quarrler for her I thought shed played him to the gnfc Please dont be coarse Kemp1 said Mrs Ferrall sending her horse for ward Her husband spurred to her side and without turning her head she continued Of course Sylvia wont be foolish If they were only safely mar ried But Howard is such a pill What does Sylvia expect with How ards millionsa man Grace Ferrall drew bridle The cu rious thing Is Kemp that she liked himLikes him 7 No liked him I saw how it was She took hs silences for intellectual meditation his gallery his library hip smatterings for expressions of a culti vated personality Thon she remembered how close she came to running off with that cashiered Englishman and that scared her into clutching the substantial in the shape of Howard Still I wish I hadnt meddled Meddled how Oh I told her to do It We had talks until daylight She may marry hlmI dont knowbut If you think any live woman could be contented with a muff like that Thats immoral Kemp Im not Shed be mad not to marry him but I dont know what Id do to a man like that if I were his wife And you know what a terrific capacity for mischief there Is In Sylvia Some day shes going to love somebody And it isnt likely to be Howard And oh Kemp I do grow BO tired of that sort of thing Do you suppose anybody will ever make de cency a fashion 7 Youre doing your best said Fer II Jt1V rail laughing at his wifes pretty boy- Ish taco turned back toward him over her shoulder Youre presenting your cousin and his millions to a girl who can dress the part Dont Kemp I dont know why I meddled I wish I hadnt I do You cant let Howard alone Youre perfectly possessed to plague him when hes with you and now youve arranged for another woman to keep It up for the rest of his lifetime What does Sylvia want with a man who possesses the Instincts and Intel lect of a coachman She Is asked everywhere She has her own money Why not let her alone Or Is It too lateYou mean let her make a fool of herself with Stephen Siward That Is where she is drifting Do you think Yes I do She has a perfect genius for selecting the wrong man and shes already sorry for this one Im sorry for Stephen too but Its safe for me to beShe might make something of him You know perfectly well no woman ever did make anything of a doomc1l f t Kemp Ferrall man Hed kill her I mean It Kemp He would literally kill her with grief She Isnt like Leila Mortimer she Isut like most girls of her sort You men think her a rather stunning highlyI tempered unreasonable young girl with a reserve of sufficiently trained Intelligence to marry the best our mar ket offers and close her eyesa thor oughbred with the caprices of one but also with the grafted Instinct for prop er matingWell thats all right isnt it ask ed Ferrall Thats the way I size her up Isnt It correct Yes In n way She has all the ex pensive training of the thoroughbred and all the ignorance too She is cold blooded because wholesome a trifle skeptical because so absolutely un awakened She never experienced a deep emotion Impulses have Intoxl cated her once or twice Butbut If ever a man awakens herl dont care who he Isyoull see a girl you never knew a brand new creature emerge with the last rags and laces of convert tionality dropping from her a woman Kemp heiress to every generous Im pulse every emotion every vice every virtue of nil that brilliant race of hersYou seem to know he said amus ed and curious- I know Major Belwether told me that he had thought of Howard as an anchor for her It seemed a pity Howard with all his cold heavy negative inertia I said Id do It I did And now I dont know I wish almost wish I hadnt- What has changed your ideas- I dont know Howard Is safer than Stephen Siward already In the first clutches of his master vice WoulC you mate what she Inherits from her mother and her mothers mother with what Is that poor boys heritage iron the Siwards She held her horse to a walk rid ing forward grave thoughtful preoccupied v th a new problelqonly part of which sloe bad told her hus bandFor that night she hadjbeen awaken ed In her bed to find standing beside ablyerlag lace She had taken the pallid visitor to her arms and warmed her and soothed her and whispered to her murmuring the thousand little words and sounds the breathing magic mothers use with children Driven she knew not why Sylvia had crept from her room In search ot the still wrrrn fragrant nest and the whispered reassurance and tho caress she had never before endured Yes now she craved It Invited It longed for safe arms around her the hover Ing hand on her hair Was this Syl viaAnd Gra o Ferrall clearing her sleepy eyes amazed Incredulous of the cold childlike hands upon her shoul ders caught her In her arms with a little laugh and sob and drew her to her breast to soothe and caress and reassure to make up to her all she could of what Is every childs Just heritage And for a long while Sylvia lying there told her nothing because she did not know how merely a word n restless question half ashamed barely enough to shadow forth the something Itlrrlng her toward an awakening In t new world And at length gravely Innocently she spoke of her engagement and the worldly possibilities before her of the man she was to marry and her new and unexpected sense of loneliness ID his presence now that she had seen him again after months She spoke presently of Siward n fugitive question or tw Cored iodlfc i fareotly at first then with shy persist ence and curiosity knowing nothing of the senseless form flung face down ward across the sheets In a room close by And thereafter the murmured bur den of the theme was Slward until one heavy eyed turned from tho white dawn silvering the windows sighed and fell asleep and ono lay silent head halt buried in Its tangled gold wide awake thinking vague thoughts that had no ending no beginning And at last a rosy bar of light fell across the wall and the warm shadows faded from corner and curtain and turning- en the pillow her face nestled In her hair she fell asleep Nothing of this had Mrs Ferrall told her husband Nothing of this could her husband understand had she words to convey it There was nothing he need understand except that his wife meaning well had meddled and re grettedAnd now turning In her saddle with a pretty gesture of her shoulders I meddle no morel Those who neon me may come to me Now laugh at my tardy wisdom Kemp The mis Continued on Page Seven KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery II FOR COUGHS Trial PRICEII AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOB OB MONEY REFUNDED I Miller Brick Tile GoIn- corporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v v Main Office Rooms 8 and 10 I O 0 F Building Owensboro Kentucky Land For Sale By Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky Town Property AvenueWell 2 goodr4roomcottThisfarmfortruckmarket gain for some man 1 750 155 acres on lardIns burg and milesfrombeechtimberBeech never been worked Timber can be LImestoneland yearroundeasy payments 3 AA 352 acres on lardinsburg and milesfromonestorydwellingsblacksmith sbdp all necessary outhouses130 acres under cultivation and pasture 523 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water tho year round Onethird cash andgood easy terms on balance S750 oftheOlovorportandlandtwostorybuilding odryUSahlie Onehalf down rest on easy pay meats thebranchacresInfurtherparticulorsOloverport gy Pl LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE150 acres of land situated near fromGarfieldIymentsj one small log dwelling threogood tobacco and stock barn corn roomsb acres In woods white oak and post oak sold PricersooDlinhha3 800 OIoverportandOloverport and Hardinsburg turnpike Improvomonts 6room dwelling barn 836 feetand other out buildings 12 acres In orchard acresInbalance In state of good cultivation Two GoodlImestonowheat Well located for market Ono thirdcash balance on easy terms atrf 72 aero farm 4K miles from Clo flowling henhousesUlphurspringwoods 7 acres in orchard llalsed 20000 andtJfarmforuncuttimber ThisIssmall farm drugKlstondsurroundedby stepIntobuslncssAnretireIsulars address JNO It BABDAGE Clover port K- y6U0 i5 acres situated IK miles from Holt loins Gabo Pierce Ridge land In dwellinghousefeet l neverfalling spring two ponds This is good tobacco wheat and orn land 20 screams timber white oak sugar tree and beech balun o cleared Plontyof good fruit Good road to Htophensport 2H miles and good road to Holt IK miles This farm is not worn out it is good land and in good fix Just the farm for man with a small family e J I Meal and Feedt at Mortons Mill We have just put in late improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTON Owner OeM FOR ALL KINDS OF Foundry Machine Boiler Electrical Gasoline Boat Tin and Galva f nized Work Plumbers Mill Boat and Tin ners Supplies Come To Th- eCloverporlFoundry Machine Co Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Correspondenec Solicited StylishComfortable Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex port tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind e- I YOUNG MEN AND LADIES OF AMBITION WANTED TO I LEARN TELEGRAPHYand fore has there peen such a crying domand for Telegraph Operators Over 20000 now positions are created on the elfththourgoing into effect next March We Absolutely Guarantee Position Under a 1 50 Guaranty Bond Salaries range from 355 to 190 per month for beginners We have standing con tracts to place all our graduates Un der supervision of Railway Officials Main Line Wire 250 our schoal rooms Establishedover expensesCatalog NATIONAL TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE I CINCINNATI O i d l JEWfiLRYIl TiifMsfc and bt of all kinds- Watches Clocks SilverwareHolloware HollowareFlatware Musical instruments and findings IICII Lewis S 0IHardinsburg Ky H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at aw HARD1NSBURQ KY Will practice his profession in all of thiCourts of Breckonrldgo and adjoining court t or Special attention given to collections road cases and criminal practice Licaave topractice in United States District courts to wee oyer BaN of IiardltllinM tr l it i Mr II t ti X 0 frtj gT1W ri1 YYlP J i j CASH INADVANCE C After today adze BRECKENRIDGE NEWS will not be sent out unless paidinadvance three months or more CE We urgently request all those who owe for past due subscription to please sendus the amount at once Send Check or Money Order at once Jno D Babbage Cloverport Kentucky FINE PRINTS Care With Which They Are Treated by Amateurs and Collectors i How careful collectors and amateurs I of flue engravings are of their treas i ures is Illustrated by a written agree ment that a local firm of dealers in l lsuch things had to sign recently when they wanted to borrow several particu t larly rare engravings for an exhibition they were to have In their galleries The owner of the prints insisted that from the time the box In which the prints were sent to the dealers was opened in tho shop no hands but those of the junior partner of the firm were to touch them The owner stipulated expressly that the member of the firm was to take them out of the box frame them himself hang them on the walls and when the show was over follow tho prints bark through these various stages until a porter was ready to screw the cover of the packing box on again The prints were so rare and fine that the junior partner cheerfully i agreed to all of these conditions for the sake of showing the engravings That the prints wero extremely rare may bo appreciated from the fact that before two of them In particular came Into the private collectors possession he made a special journey to Stuttgart Germany to see them and when he looked at them ho left an open order to a dealer In that city to buy them n r matter what they cost He got them but he paid the highest price ever known for such engravings to bring New York Press At times when you dont feel just right when you have a bad stomach take something right away that will as I sist digestion not something that will I IRtimulate for a time but something that will positively do the very work that the rstomach performs under ordinary and normal conditions something that will make the food digest To do this you must take a natural digestant like Kodol I for Dyspepsia Kodol is a scientific pre paration of vegetable acids with natural digestants and contains the same juices found in a healthy stomach Each dose will digest more than 3000 grains of good food It is sure to afford prompt relict i digests what you eat and is pleasant to take Sold by All Druggists FOR- NEURALGIA SCIATICA I RHEUMATISM BACKACHE PAIN IN CHEST IN STOMACH l SLEEPLESSNESS I z you have Catarrh rid yourself of I IIf repulsive disease Ask Dr Shoop Wis to mail you free a trial box of his Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy A single test will surely tell you a Catairh truth well Worth your knowing Write to day Dont suffer longer Sold by all druggists Getting His Own Hack An Ironworker having hnd the worst of an argument with a friend decide to get even with him Waiting therefore until his enen had retired to rest one night he ap preached his street door and knocked loudly in order to wake lihu Opening the bedroom window the other hurriedly Inquired what the nolw was ail about Why replied the outside one ont of your windows Is wide opon Which one Why the one you have your head through chuckled the other as h went away satisfied with the success of his plot Illustrated Bits l I Use DeWitts Little Early Risers pleasant little pills They are easy to take Sold by All Druggists Good For an Appetite You must lave a good appetite re marked the thin man enviously What do you take for it s IIIn all my experience replied the plump one I have found nothing more suitable than food Philadelphia Press I Neifhbirhood Favorite Mrs E D Charles of Harbor Maine speaking of Electric Bitters says It is a neighborhood favorite here wi h us It deserves to be a favorite everywhere It gives quick relief in dyspepsia liver complaint kidney derangement mal nutrition nervousness weakness and general debility Its action on the blood as u purifier makes it especially us hlns a spring medicine This grand alterative tonic iis sold under guarantee tit Severs drug more SOc I The Full Particulars The other tiny a lady who lives Jn our town entered a grocery store and naked to be shown a good kind of breakfast cereal The clerk took down a package and saidMadam this Is a predigested food Oh is that so she returned And by whom Womans nome Compan lonIInsurRllceDr11Thomas and heals the wound All druggists sell it- The wife of Itohault the plilloacphor took her sent tit the door of his lecture room and would not allow poorly dross ed or 111 favored pooplo to miter Feel languid weak rundown Head ache Stomach otfTus a plain moodIstomPlchpromutesIdigestion purifies r A Sprain or Strain must have immediate attention S1oiisLinimentis invaluable in an emergency of this kind IItt quickly relieves the soreness and congestion reduces the swelling and strengthens the weaR muscles of its antiseptic and healing properties Sloags Liniment is the best I remedy known for cutswoundsbruises 4PRICEDr Earl s Sloan Boston Mass IIIIDRMILESANTIPAINI PILLS DISTRESS Because Headache V TAKE ONE of the Little Tablets AND THE PAIN is GONE Many Sleepless Nights Owing to a Persis tent Cough Relief Found at Last For several winters past my wife has been troubled wth a most persistent and disagreeable cough which invariably extended over u period of several weeks and caused her many sleepless nights writes Will J Haymr editor of the Burley Clo Bulletin Various remedies were tried reach year with no benrflcial results II November last the cough Hgaiw put in an appearance and my wife acting on the suggestion of a ChamberII lains Cough R medy The result was indeed marvelous Af er three doses tine co Ill entirely disNpl eared Hnd has not man fe tcd itelf stoke This r medy iis fo sale at Severs drug store I IEasllt Settled I mlsshuIpatient Eminent Surgeon Thank you Remind me to add 10 to the bill for material ruck = If you have HeadacheTry They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no bad Aftereffects 25 Doses 25 Cent Never Sold in Bulk + I A IRemedvElys Cream Balm is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and ii tees tho diseisd irifiii braiie resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tho rEVERstoresTaste and Smell Full size 50 eta ut Drug gists or by mail In liquid form i5tnsEly Brothers 50 Warren Street New York Louisville Evansville Packet CoU- NconponATED1 Pact Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evan ville- Steamers Tell City- Tarascon Leave Louisville Monday VVrt day Friday and Saturday at 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at 6 mThrough freight rates and passenyei tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than bj rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville t2O Cloverport to Evansville 200 Cloverport to Owensboro 100 Splendid accommodations for stork General Office 154150158 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A Chits F Taylor Receiver Common Sense Exterminators For Rats and Mice Also Roaches and Bed Bugs 2 IT DRIES THEM UP FOR RAS AD MICE Destroys them under all cone They eat it in preference too No Stench It Dries them up leaving peltsJ I FOR ROACHES AND DEC They eat it and it kills Results are permanent 1 No danger in using Xv It is a paste DO N Is easy tfa applr Is the cheap srequited i Jno s CLOY I 1- f 4i J t A I 1 IrTavwpm1IrI j t 7 itt r lv J wh w THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D B ABB AGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday nbsoription 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 line MoneyIaadvanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please usWhen ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addres- sWEDNESDAY EIGHT PAGES EEBRUARY 12 1908 Dont let that blue pencil strike your name A square deal to every subscriber No favorites The last call In one day 75000 hogs were reported on the Chicago market last week Forty million valentines issued by one concern in this country There is no panic in the valentine business It pays to advertise say those who try it If it pays other people why not you There is no trust or combine in the advertising field B F Beard Co Hardinsburg and Gardner Bros Irvington4 4report big sales of merchandise last week They say it pays to ad vertise Senator li W Owen of Hancock county was at home Sunday He says the Senatorial race is hopelessly locked and that he doesnt look for an election The blue pencil will go through our list this week Every name not paid in advance will bo marked oil So if next week you fail to get your paper youll know the reason Hughes of New York seems to bo the favorite man for the Re publican nomination among Breckenridge county Republicans Many of them the rank and file of the party are outspoken for him Theres a new way and a better way of doing things Lets get out of the ruts in farming in keeping store and in running a newspaper The old way of paying as you please for goods for news papers for farm products is a thing of the past Suppose a railroad train gave every man his own time they would get into a ditchsure The same thing holds good in other lines of business Seel It doesnt seem possible hardly in a square deal to draw twelve names out ofa jury box in Breckenridge county and got all Democrats or all Republicans But that is just what has happened in the drawing of the present grand jury It is just such onesided purely partisan acts that makes trouble with any party The people in politicsThoyGussie Smith a tenant on Jesse Howards place near Glendeane raised 6780 pounds of tobacco on four and onehalf acres andsold it at 0 0 and S3 The crop brought him 561 W J Hall who is going to crop with Howard this year says he will beat smiths record Mr Hull says Mr Howard has one of the finest farms in Breckenridge We like to this cropsOurBuyers are always looking out for the best crops Taft and Hughes and Bryan and Johnson These will constitute the Republican and Democratic tickets respectively at the correspondentTherellmen partiesdway reason they claim that they are pretty apt to be right Washington received a visit this week from a western campaign button manufac turer and according to him the buttonmakers do not plan to spend a cent on the likeness of Fairbanks Cannon Foraker Knox or any andhissizedup campaignbuttonswork of turning them out in suflicient quantities must commence Weeks before the demand so the visitor pointed out the men who put their money into this business have to examine and weigh the situation pretty carefully before deciding whose portraits to put on the little discs However this manufacturer only represents one button house and hs may have been cuided by his personal preferences other manufacturers may be equally sure that other buttons will be in demand and in this thought there still is left some ray of hope for the other candidates for the nominations of their parties i 4t Birthday Celebration Mr Marion Weathorholt celebrated his thirtyseventh birthday Saturday evening in a most pleasant way by en- tertainingr a number of his friends to dinner at his homo in the West End The dinner was served at 6 oclock and plates were laid for the following Rev James T Lewis Rev B M Currie F P Payne C B Skillman J D Seaton W N Head J P Keith Ed mund Wroe J W Pate Dr A A Simons R L Oelzeand Marion Weath erholt A carnation a flower to which t Mr Weatherholt is very partialwas P given to each guest as a favor When the baby is cross and has you worried and worn out you will find that a i little Cascasweet the well known f remedy for babies and children will quiet the little one in a short time The ingredients are printed plainly on the bottle Contains no opiates Sold by tl Druggists r P I u The Golden Crown Last week the editor and Mrs Bab bage were recipients of a sack of Gol SquiresWewe have relished the delicious biscuits that this brand of flour always makes Tho breadeaters are glad to know the Golden Crown flour is again in the market Stop that tickling Cough Dr Shoops Cough Cure will surely stop it and thoroughlyharmless to use nothing else even with very babies The greenleaves ing mountainous shrub furnish the cura tive properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Demand byAllDealersf I- tt i a DUKES Miss Pearl Basham returned home last week from Evansville where she has been visiting her uncle for about a monthMr and Mrs Richard Sapp returned to their home at Owensboro Monday night after attending the burial of their daughter Miss Ethel which took place FridayMiss Flora Newbury is visiting her sister Mrs Stephen Powers at Pates ville L Newbury attended the funeral and burial of his brctherinlaw W R Doyal of Hawesville Thursday Prayer meeting every Sunday at 6 p m at the C P churchI Miss Carrie Basham was the guest of Miss Tula Lamb of Patesville a few days this week and attended the re vival weich is in progress at that place Alex Powers was in Patesville Sun day evening Quite a large crowd attended the sale at Hawes Bashams Thursday Mr Basham and wife will leave in a short time for Marshall Ark where they will reside in the future Miss Flora Newbury entertained a few of her friends Sunday of last week Those present were Misses Tula Lamb Patesville Eva Powers Goering Carrie Basham and Seneda Powers Messrs Lawrence Laulace Ernest Kincaid and Clifton Lorley of Patesville Eddie Powers and Hilous Basham I wish that I might talk with all sick ones abont the actual cause of Stomach Heart and Kidney ailments To ex plain in person how weak Stomach nerves leads to Stomach weakness I am sure would interest all And it is the same with weak Hearts or weak Kidneys This is why my prescription Dr Shoops Restorative so promptly reaches ailments of the Stomach Heart and Kidneys It is wrong to drug the Stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys These weak inside nerves simply need more strength My re storattve is the only prescription made expressly for the nerves Next to seeing you personally will be to mail you free my new booklet entitled What To Do I will also send samples of my Restora tive as well Write for the book today It will surely interest you Address Dr Shoop Box 8 Racine Wis BANQUET 1 Knights of Pythias Will Celebrate Their 44th Anniversary Next Week The members of the Knights of Pythias will Rive a banquet in Oelzes Hall on the evening of Thursday Feb ruary 20 in celebration of their forty fourth anniversary The guests will include the wives and children of the Knights and a few friends These occasions are always most enjoyable and are looked forward to with great pleasure by those invited Bert Barber of Elton Wis says I have only taken four doses of your Kidney and Bladder Pills and they have done for me more than any other medicine has ever done I am still taking the pills as I want a perfect cure Mr Barber refers to DeWitt Kidney and Bladder Pills They are sold by All Drugggists RAYMOND Messrs J B Norton and son Cleat Oral Coomes and Ezra Lamman were in Brandenburg Saturday on business Johnnie Avitt has been spending soy eral days with his grandparents near Clifton Mills Several parties around here delivered their tobacco last week and received very good prices Mr Filmore Johnson was called to Garfield last week to see his brother who has pneumonia fever Several from here attended the burial of Mr Paul Hardin at Walnut Grove last Sunday Mr Renfro Knott and Miss Lizzie Hardesty were quietly married at Payne vjlle the 4th by Father Daugherty They will live with his father Mr JessKnott May theirs be a long happy and pros perous life is the wish of a friend Stopitseated To check early colds with these little Candy Cold Cure Tablets is surely sensible and safe Preventics contain no Quinine no laxative nothing harsh or sickening Pneumonia would neve appear if early colds were prompt ly broken Also good for feverish children Large box 48 tablets 25 cents Vest Pocket boxes 5 cents Sold by all dealers Judge Hargis Killed Excounty Judge James Hargis of Breathitt county politician merchant byhisat Jackson last Thursday His son was under the influence of liquor P v Success Flies along with every man or woman of good judgment so show your good judgment in the selection of a bank to guard your funds and 1 lookafter your financial interests This bank solicits your account assuring you absolute safety Why not open an account NOW Bank of Cloverport CLOVERPORT K- YWANTED L V o 50 reedII Head Cattle to I heif1ers I Sale or Trade IIForfew Horses and I Also one saddle and harness Stal J I IIlion OnceffWrite or Phone at BEARD BROSIIA- RDINSBURG I I KY T t WhoWill Be PresidentThis year and evory man must read to keep posted on politics Th- eCourierJournal Henry Watterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaerp but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the Weekly- CourierJournal But you can get that paper and th- eBreckenridge News Both One Year For S15O If you will give or send your order to this paperNOT to The CourierJournal Daily CourierJournal 600 a Year Sunday CourierJournal 200 a Year We can give you a combination cut rate on these if you willwrite this paper Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 215 Fourth treet both phones Owenaboro Ky WINCHESTERGuns Cartridges and Shotgun Shells- are I easily distinguished from other makes which I equal them neither in quality nor reputationby the big I WTRADE NARK RED IN U I PAT OFF which appears on every package of Winchester goods The big red W is to guns and ammunition what the word Sterling is to silverware the world over Therefore for your own protection always 1 Look for the Big Red Wrra srCi r Do Not DehyA slight cold may soon develop into serious lung trouble Below find small list of remedies which may save months of sickness or death REMEMBER WE DIVIDE THE PROFITS WITH YOU Foleys Honey and Tar 19c Shoops Croup Cure 45c Bells Pine Tar and Honey 19c Shoop Fever Cure 45cI Groves Chill Tonic 43c Simmons Liver Regulator 19c Foleys Kidney Cure N 43c Dr M A Simmons Liver Medicine 19c Shoops Rheumatism Remedy 83c I White Pine Cough Syrup 23c Shoop Castoria 19c QUININE OneOunce Bottle 37c Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil Bottle 50c Veterinary Paracamp Large Size 42c I CIGARS Saturday only any 5c cigar 3 for lOc We have full line Leases Lowneys candies See our line of Toilet Articles before buying CUT RATE PRICES Irvington Pharmacy L B Moremen Manager i Big Reduction in Suits and Overcoats 750 Suits for 350 800 Suits for 400 1000 Suits for 500 1250 Suits for = 600 1500 Suits for 700 OVERCOATS 2 3 4 5 6 R M JOLLYeye Irvington Ky I I HIGHEST GASH PRICES Paid at Winns Meat Market for BUTTER EGGS and PRODUCE Come to me for cash for your produce Come to me for the best Meat and fresh M produceWINN Cloverport Ky L L H St L Reduced Rates One way Colonist rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to April 30th Homeseekers round trip rates to West and Southwest Febnwury 4 to 18 March 3 and 17 4 I t fv We want your trade when m offyDRUGSIj and I I Medicines I y ormI Druggists f I SundriesI itJ Our goods are firstclass JI Our prices are right Bring us your y Prescriptions jf I Av Best candies in town fresh K m oranges and lemons always w v in stock- POSTAL w CARDS irifor everybody and every occasion mj I SPParksCo1 1 First Street Drug Store i IRVINOTON KENTUCKY k Miss Addie G Ditto came here Fri day from Louisville with her nephew Chas Clary who was on the train going Henderson where Jiisthentriir cttlccmpa Flay rlAaeaight a 0 It 1f iJ J JUST ONEWORD that word Is Tut1sIt refers to Dr Tutts Liver Pills aml HEALTkAreconstlp1tedTroubled IadigestforlSick Vlrtlgo BiliousInsomnia ANY of these symptoms and many others lIwlicate Inaction of the Llvm q YOu Noe- dToils Pills Take No Substitute 15he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEB 5 1908 I PERSONAL AND LOCAL If you have anything to sell put a want ad in the News Miss Nell Whitehouse has returned home from Owensboro V Hovious Behen has had a relapse of i grip and is ill at his home The Misses Plank will entertain the Girls Club this afternoon Heston Driskell of SpottsvSlle was here Saturday on business Miss Rebecca Willis is in Louisville visiting Mrs James B Randell Lawrence Murray has accepted the position as clerk in the postoffice Miss Jennie Patterson the first as sistant of the High School was ill last weekChris Ahl the successful auctioneer was in town last week calling on his friendsThe young society men gave an en joyable skating party at the rink FriI day night Mr and Mrs James Younger and daughter Eudora spent Sunday in West Point Several marriage announcements that will create unusual interest in Clover port will be made soon Mr and Mrs Wave Roff arrived from Henderson Sunday evening to visit Mr and Mrs Henry Pate J T Jarboe of Stanley is visiting relatives here and will visit in Hardins j burg before returning home Every member of Mr Carl Robert sons family at Skillman is ill with typhoid and pneumonia fever Miss Adelia Moovmau and Frank Moorman were here Sunday from Louisville to see their parents Mrs R E Moorman and daughter Miss Margaret went to Louisville yes terday to spend severalweeks Miss Addie Ditto returned to Louis ville Monday Miss Ditto spent Sat urday with Geo Bently in Hawesville- A new Baptist church is being built in the Hites Run neighborhood The Rev Winchell is superintending the erection Mrt and Mrs Walter Oelze gave a bowling party Thursday night to sev eral couples The girls made the high scoresDeWitts Carbolized Witch Haze Salve is best for cuts burns boils bruises and scratches It is especially good for piles Sold by All Druggists Emmett Gregory has returned home from Lexington Mr Gregory was forced to give up his work on accouut of eyetrouble but he hopes to be able to resume his duties in a short while E T Pate the popular bachelor of Victoria was in town Saturday Mr jPate has been successful in the saw mill business at Victoria but he wants to go to Southern Oklahoma to try his luck in matrimonial ventures Mr Pate expects to leave the first of March for the West Subscribe for the News I Mis Conner is visiting in Owenslx ro Thos Ferry spent Friday in Hawes ville Mrs Samuel Ramsey wmtto Stephens port Monday Jrpse Talr of Patesville was in town MoucJay I Robert Pierce was home Sunday from Glendeane I Miss Grace Ferry was home from Louisville Sunday The little son of Mr and Mrs Will Woods is seriously ill Guaranteed 68 test gnsolene at the Foundry 15c pr gallon Miss Lucy McGavock is visiting Mrs Hardin at Holt this week Gasolene at the Cloverpoit Founds y Machine Co at 15c per gallon Ed Morrison went to Stephenipori Sunday to visit Percy Blaine Mrs Chas Skillman and daughter Elizabeth are in Louise ille this week A J Gray and son Taylor of Harned were the guests of relatives here Sunday Mr and Mrs Chas Ballof Evaus ville have moved to Mattingly and will farm this year- Sauimie Brickey of Evansville is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Tom Brickey at Mattingly Jesse Taul of Evansville v bo has peen visitiug his parents Mr and Mrs W B Taul at Mattingly has returned homeLet us have your order fur gasoleue Isc per gallon Mail orders slicked and promptly filled Cloverport Foun try Machine Co Mr and Mrs Richard Whitehouse of West Point were here Sunday the guests of Mrs Francis Sawyer and Mrs J H Wills L C Johnson waS in towu Monday to reuew his subscription to the New Mr Johnson is one of the oldest sub cii bers to the News The little daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben Miller will be christened Edith Gregory the name being given her for Miss Edith Heron who before her death was a close friend of Mrs Miller Suffering Dollars Saved E S Loper of Martha N Y says I am a carpenter and have had many sever cuts healed by Bucklens Arnica Salve It has saved me suffering and dollars It is by far the best healing salve I have ever found Heals burns sores ulcers fever sores eczema and piles 25c at Severs drug stor- eSTEPHENSPORT Mrs M L Roberts and Miss Pauline Moorman have returned from Owens boro and Yelvington where they have been visiting relatives Gardner Hawkins has been sick for a few days but is recovering now Mrs W J Schopp has had an attack of grip and has been confined to her room for several days Miller Rollins little son has been quite sick Mrs S H Dix and son Hewitt and little daughter Alice Lewis are able to be out after several days illness There is quite a lot of sickness in town and the surrounding community Mrs Thomas Robinson and daughter Mona of Henderson were guests of friends here Saturday and Sunday Mrs E T Connor attended the en tertainment given at Sample at the close of the school Friday evening It was quite a success Jess Walls and his pupils will give an entertainment at the close of his school at Hazel Dell February 21 Mr and Mrs Ernest Smith have re turned from a visit to relatives in Tell City and Cannelton Ind Mrs Cathie Dowell of Sample was the guest of Mrs G W Payne last weekBoyd McKaughan and son are ice bound in Green river with their boat Once again our little town is saddened by another visit of the Angel of Death who came into the home of L Nursing baby ftr Its a heavy strain on mother Her system is called upon to supply nourishment for two Some form nourishment that will be easily taken up by mothers system is needed Scott J Emulsion contains the greatest possible amount of nourish ment in easily digested form Mother and baby are wonderfully helped by its use ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 9100 B Helm and has borne away on its wings up the pearly portals the spirit of his wife Esther bhe had been a sufferer i for some time but was patient and often spoke of her willingness to die It was one of the saddest deaths owing to circumstances that we haveI ever witnessed She leaves a husband a brother Dr Lame Helm of Lexing ton a sister Mrs Bate Washington of Irvington and a daughter Mrs K WI Vaughan of Lexington and a host of friends who will miss her The hus band and her brother and sister haveI our sympathy On account of sickness I in her home Mrs Washington could J not be at the bedside of her sister where she has come many times during her illness As the sun was sinking in the I West Saturday evening with her hus band and a niece and nephew Mr and Mrs Harry Major of Louisville andII some friends around her bedside spirit was wafted over the tide to be with her loved ones Mrs Helm was the daughter of Squire Learne Helm who was pastor of the Baptist church here for a number of years before his death Had she have lived until the eighteenth of May she would have been sixty years old By her request ReV F R Roberts pastor of the M E church conducted her funeral service at the home after which her remains were taken to Irvington and interred in II the Washington cemetery Miss Fannie Kendnll of Yelvington is the guest of Miss Pauline Moorman I oUllagainI Elsie the little daughter of Mr an 1 Mrs Albert McKaughan is quite sic k at this writingtt Mr and Mrs G B Cunningham and the Gardner twins of Chenault passe lII through town Sunday en route to Ire ington MANY WILL BE- HELPED BY ITII Tells How To Prepare a SimpleII Mixture To Overcome Disease I I I To relieve the worst forms of Rheu matism take a teaspoonful of the fol lowing mixture after each meal and at bedtime I Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ouncesThese harmless ingredients can be obtained from our home druggists and are easily mixed by shaking them well in a bottle Relief is generally felt from the first few doses This prescription states a wellknown authority in a Cleveland morning paper forces the clpggedup inactive kidneys to filter and strain from the blood the poisonous waste matter and uric held which causes Rheumatism- As Rheumatism is not only the most painful and torturous disease but dan gerous to life this simple recipe will no doubt be greatly valued by many suffer ers here at home who should at ouce prepare the mixture to get this relief It is said that a person who would take this prescription regularly a dose or two daily or even a few times a week would never have serious kidney or Urinary disorders or Rheumatism Cut this out and preserve it Good Rheumatism prescriptions which really relieve are scarce indeedand when you need it you want it badly Our druggists here say they will either supply these ingredients or make the mixture ready to take if any of our readers so prefer BIG SPRING Dr Duncan the dentist is here for ten days Ben Clarkson is spending some time inLouisvilleClelland Pemberton of Elizabeth town was here Saturday buying horses and mules Mr and Mrs H Meyer have gone to Tampa Florida to spend a month with her sisters and brothers Miss Fannie Cain Hardaway of Stiths Valley is visiting relatives at Frankfort and Versailles Mrs John D Meador and children have returned home after a lengthy visit to her parents in Louisville Dr Strother was called in consulta tion at Flaherty Wednesday with Dr Miller to see a child of Geo Bickett James Clarkson died after a few days illness last Tuesday He was ninety two years ola last August He leaves several children grandchildren and one greatgreat grandchild The following children and grand children were here to attend Mr James Clarksons funeral Thursday Dick Clarkson Mrs Jess Talbott Mr and Mrs Alex McCans Mrs Stella Stith Mrs John English of Eljzabethtown Mr and Mrs Harry Kerhper Irving ton James Talbott and son Tunnell Hill Mrs Robert Vaughn Louisville + r 7 + i fl- i Wrts-f 1 TZV II 1 NTRU Rulltl1 Ill rtrttcynnnR man V 1t+ fIJllfSlIt M J Omlltny n urcktlI rlilxt mil HiijilnltiK iMiiutl s On o ruing FAI-RFAXItErliNtcoClrviisud1 Oln ruff aAlJi- KITIMi Irnee mid OutUiH imivmniw rand MII tot of good lHUimry uiurtiltirh Vlun 111 in irfiitilhaiid ins and UiiNulttH iiKii IAUTI UiiHE Mri trd sweat rJUIIIIt iev Fun ALAharm td 2715 errs I lIurllln tiiiiiiiy on No In river 12erewsI bottom liiMl 0 rearm luure ItirK hilt f8S per a rtImiiiu iliiu pas nawlwl Address Box 1W KIItiMt town Ivy WANTED IMIuli tI onorKetliMil siniin to oils mid jjnHMs Iuuse- btrunnd root paints on ommiston LH oral irnn Fund rrT nls THE now Aka 011 ANn GREASE CO Cevw lanU O =F 4 To Whom It May Concern I Lto Willing to Make the Following Prices Salt per barrelSI 50 Cement per barrel1 30 Royal Fence 47 in high 100 rods 30 00 The HartieHeckner Plow No 12 No 13 each 1200 2horse shovel plow3751h- orse shovel plow2 50 Kentucky Plow C 0500Ken- tucky Plow PO3 00 3ply paper Roofing per sq115j Role Cap painted Roofing per square275Lin-seed Oil per gal60Ne-w Erie Paint per gal150O- liver Chilled plow furnish ed at regular price Empire Corn Drill 1250II A nice little line of hlrnc at a very low price Will also have the Day Brake Fertilizer which will have 10 per cent Phosporic acid and 4 per cent Potash which I will sell for about per ton2200Smo-oth Wire No 11 per 100 pounds300Ba-rb Wire 80 rod length240Flour straight grade520M- eal per bushel80Bes- ides the above Hpecifid ar titles we have a nit a line of Groceries which we make good priers Will give special atten tion to telephone or mail orders Willclose by thanking our cus tomers for the past pleasant buti ness and asking them for a rou tinuance We remain as ever JAGray Co II Harned Ky II II BEWLEYVILLE W A Stith wife and children of lull Grove visited C H Drury Satur day and Sunday A very good crowd attended class meeting Sunday Tile meeting is an inspiration and help to all and hope a larger number can be present on next second Sunday Born to the wife of R J Cain Jan uary 18 a fine boy Misses Hannah Pile Beulah Payne and Ada Stith were the guests of Miss Flora Meador at Basin Springs Satur day and Sunday H I Snyder has returned from his trip out west He expresses himself as being higuly pleased with the country and expects to move to Oklahoma in a short time James Snyder is visiting his son Chas Snyder in St Louis We are glad to report the sick in this community as improving Most all are able to be out again Ernest Hardaway of Louisville spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs T P Hardaway- B F Wilson spent several days of last week in Louisvi- lleBLACKJACK NOTES MissMable Foushee spent last Fri day with Lon Shacklett J p I MEETME AT PO- LTE5Valentine i Day February 14 have a carefully selectedup WEtodate line showing the best values in Fancy as well as Comic Valentines CEBox Noveltiesalways good better than ever Drops Hearts Lace embossed and Artistic Cards Post Card Valentines this year are very attractivesure to please your friends and sweetheart Let us show you J C Nolte rBro Cloverport Ky I UTAH ROLLER B MILLS Open for Business i We take pleasure in saying to the trade and all users of FlourII That we have opened up the Old Reliable Star Roller Mills I makers of that Famous Brand of Flourthe GOLDEN CROWN the housewife delight We have secured the services of Mr II ID Barker an I experienced miller of Louisville who has charge of the Imill and will keep up its former reputation for good We solicit your patronage Prompt attention I FlourIIall orders by n nu- tilHARDIN p n I Proprietors SQUIRES 1 J Vxilcaai Chilled Plow a fthef expensive Our price the lessII Full line all kinds grass seeds HEATING STOVES FOR THE NEXTTWO WEEKS AT COST McGlothlan 6 Piggott Irvington Ky LrI1 A OIA Aor OMA I i Mrs Bernice Price who has been with her mother Mrs J H Shacklett during her illness has returned to her home in Brandenburg to the bed side of her fatherinlaw Mr Wood Price who is critically ill Lonnie Hardesty went to Paynesville last Sunday to see his father Dr P H Hardesty returning Monday Miss Ora Hardesty spent last Wed nesday night with Miss Dona Miller Miss Cynthia McIntire spent last Monday night with MissMimia Ritchie Mrs Mary Lamb and Lizzie Brown spent last Monday with Mrs Celia Miller and daughters Mrs J H Shacklett is much better at this writing Mr and Mrs Lesley Roberson of Rineyville spent several days last week with Mr and MrsEugene Medley Ernest Brown and A W Shacklett went to Flaherty on business Thursday Miss Ora Hardesty and Dona Miller are contemplating on a visit to Paynes ville soon Mrs Nannie Prather and Miss Myrtle spent one day last week with Lena and Fanny Dowell recently 1 1m13 Stop at OConnell Co and water your horses and while your horse is drinking walk in and get- bargains All Calicoes at 6c O N T Clarks thread at 5c Best corn peas hominy tomatoes 8 for 25c Butter Beans 7c Lenox Soap 7 bars for 25c All kinds of Tinware Glassware and Chinaware at BESTPRI- CESiOConnell Co Cloverport Ky I t r l I 4 w e TAX CONFERENCE Students of National Fame Will LDiscuss Taxation at Columbustit In response to a call in August by Governor Harris of Ohio there will be held In Columbus Ohio November 12 a national conference of the Na anal Tax association Delegates avo Neon appointed to this meeting by the governors of all tht states and It will In addition be attended by many tax experts from all over the Ountry The discussions will take a wide range covering every phase of the question of taxation Such a gathering as that which Is to be held In Columbus will result In disseminatl a great deal of Infor oration on the subject of methods of taxation and Is bound to stimulate still further the Interest In this re form Governor Bockham has ap pointed thne gentlemen to represent the state of Kentucky It Is very much to be hoped that they will attend as Kentucky has as great an Interest as any other state In this question and very much greater Interest than some other statt that have made more progress than we have toward a bet ter tax systemThe Reforms The purpose of the conferences are thus announced- To secure an authoritative and an exhaustive discussion of the subject of state and local taxation in all of Its detailsTo a volume of proceedings containing the best thought of those who by reason of their special educa tional training and practical experi ence are qualified to speak with au thority upon the special branch of the subject they may elect to discuss To furnish to the members of tho legislatures of the several states a concrete uptodate statement of the economic and business principles thut should be applied In state and local tax legislation to be used as a guide for their action when considering pro posals to Improve the tax laws of their respective states and In the adminis tratlon of the same By this means to secure the applica tion of correct economic and business principles In all tax legislation and thus develop a high degree of uniform ity In the tax laws of the several statesBy securing uniformity In state tax lawn to eliminate the evil of changes in legal residence and In the location of business undertakings induced by difference in state tax laws and to create conditions of high value In aid of the effective and economical man agement of the financial affairs of all state and local governments ThE folnwlncr partial list of papers and their atmrs shows that the Ills HELPFUL ADVICEYou family doctor privateillnessneed not litt afraid to tell Mrs Pink ham at Lynn Mass the things you could not explain to the doctor Your letter will be hold in the strictest con fidence From her vast correspond ence with sick women during the past thirty years she may have gained the very knowledge that will help yourcase Such letters as the fol I lowing from grateful women es tablish beyond a leant tIll power o- fLYDIAEPINKHANTS VEGETABLE COMPOUND to conquer all female diseases Mrs Norman 11 Barndt of Allen town Pa writes Ever since I was sixteen years of age I had suffered from an organic de rangement and female weakness in consequence I had dreadful headaches is t and was extremely nervous My physi Clan said I must go through an opera tion to get well A friend told me l VegetableCompound youforcarefully and thanks to you I am to day a well woman and I am telling all my friends of my experience 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 and has positively oured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulcera- tioni f Hf fibroid tumors irregularities i r periodic pains backache that bear ingdown feeling flatulency indi es tiondizzinessornervousprostratioa r 4 i t V Are YouII Sick I Much sickness is duet a weak nervous systemI Yours may be If it is you cannot get well untilc you restore nerve strength Your nervous system is t natures power house the organs of your body get IItt their power from it If I the power is not there the action of the organs is- weak I and disease sickness follows Dr Miles Nervine cures the sickII because it soothes the I irritated and tired nerves and gives the system a chance to recuperate Try it and see if you do not quickly feel its bene ficial effectIOIl was given up to die by a lead Ins doctor Got one of Dr Miles books and found that Dr Miles Ner vine fit my caso From the very first dose I took I jot better I am better now than I have been for years and do all my own work on the farm Thats what Dr Miles Nervln has done for me and I am glad to recom mend It to others JOHN JAMBS Rlverton Nebr Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind cusslons at tms conference or Inc many branches of the subject of state and local taxation will command the attention of the Intelligent publictt CERTAIN RESULTS j j Many A Kentucky Citizen Knows How Sure They Are J 1 F c Nothing uncertain about the work ofC Donns Kidney pills in Kentucky There is plenty of positive proof of this in the 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 usingyour remedy but after using two boxes of the pills the troubles were entirely cured I have recommended Doans Kidney Pills to a great many of my friends for I attribute my present good health to the use of Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FoflterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other- throughout Ute country The Topics Proposed Separation of State and Local Rev flues By Professor Edwin R A SeliRinan Columbia university New York city Separation of State and Local Rev ems By Professor T S Adams Wisconsin university Madison Win Taxation of Public Service Cor prmitinns By Carl C Plehn profes sor of finance and statistics Univers ity of California Berkeley Cal ex port on taxation and public finance state of California commission on revenue and taxation Taxation of Public Service Cor porations By Professor Adam Shortt Queens university Kingston Ontario member of tax commission province of OntarioOutline of a Model System of State and Local Taxation By Lawson Pur dy president of board of taxes and assessment New York city Home Rule In Taxation By Solomon Wolff member of Louisiana state tax commission New Orleans La Enoch Ensleys Contribution to Taxation Literature By 11 E In Rails chairman executive committee C C C St L Railroad company Cincinnati 0- Incidence of Taxation By A C Pleydell secretary of New York Tax Reform association New York city Substltuttes for Personal Property Tax By Harry G Friedman Now York city The Economical and Statistical Value of Uniform Stato Laws on the Subject of State and Local Taxation By L G Powers chief statistician of the bureau of the census Washington D CMethods of Assessment as Ap plied to Several Clastros of Subjects By James E Boyle professor of economics and political science State University of North Dakota Grand Forks N D- Taxation of Incomes By Charles Leo Rapor professor of political econ omy University of North Carolina Chapel Hill North Carolina Unit Rule By William O Ma thews attorney of Ohio Tax league Cleveland O The Single Tax By C B Fll brown president of the Ia3sac111tS Sinclo Tax Jeozue otm Ifis- t A LESSON IN GERMAN Follow It Closely and You WIII S- How Really Simple IIt IIt Among the Hottentots Hottentot In German the kangaroos Beutelrntte art found In great numbers Many of them wander over the country free unmolested others less fortunate are taken by hunters and put Into ages Kotter provided with covers I Lattenglttcr to keep out the rain These cages are called In German Lat tengltterwetterkotter and the kanga roo after its Imprisonment takes the films 9f nttenglttervetterkottcrbeu t tot lratto One day an assassin Atten Inter was arrested who had killed a Hottentot woman HottoutOtuiutter the mother of two stupid and stutter 1 tag children In Straettertrottel This I woman lu the German language Is en titled Hottentotenstrnettertrottehuut ter and her assassin takes the name Hottentotonstraottunuuttertoeter Thejj murderer was confined In a kangaroos j cage Beutelrattenlattenijltterwetter f kotterwhen a few days later he escaped c but fortunately he was recap j tured by a IIottentot who presented himself at the mayors olllce withs beaming face t I have captured the Attentaeter heWhich one replied the mayor We have several The Attentaeterhtttcngittertvetterh kotterbeutelratte Which Attentaeter are you talking aboutAbout the Hottentotenstraetter ptrottelmutteratteutneter Then why dont you say at once the 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Brights Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but If you have kidney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private every case that a special arrangement ha been made by which all readers of this pang who have not already tried it may have a- ample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and send your address KllmerCoBlnghunton toII SwampRootthe remedyIt byDr dIderinglame purhase regular fifty cent aid Rome of Bwampnoot lollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont make any mistake put remember th ame SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp and the vMress Binghamton N Y fIt AI 7 tttlR Keepinj 0pen House Everybody is welcome when we feel good and we feel that way only when our digestive organs are working properly Dr Kings New Life Pills regu late the action of the stomach liver and bowels so perfectly one cant help fee- ing good when he uses these pills 25c at Severs drug store INTERESTING INSTRUCTIVE Correct English How to Use it- A flonthly Magazine Devoted to the Use of English JOSEPHINE TURCH BAKER Editor PARTIAL CONTENTS Course in Grammar How to Increase Ones Vocabulary The Art of Conversation Shall and Will Should and Would How to Use them DictionaryCorrect Correct English in the School SayCourse ation Twenty Daily Drills Business English for the Business Man Compound Vords How to Write Them Studies in English Literature AGENTS WANTED SIOO a Year Send lOc for Sample Copy CORRECT ENGLISH Evanston III CREME DELIGHTFULThat cream is the solution of the Chap Problem Severs Drug Co J1 II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 116 Dally Fast TraIn loaves Olovorport 507 AM stops at West Point and Irvington MNoi Ole ver ort39Alil stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1215 p m Train No 114 Dully fast mall leaves Cio verport 460 p m stops at all way stations atLouIsvilleTrain No 148 Dally except Saturday Ole verport accommodation arrives Oloverport 848 U m lellvNIOloverportps m makes all stops except Addison Sam LonKlrancllWEST BOUND No 147 Dally except Sunday Oloverport accommodation eaves Oloverport 600 a m arrives Evansville 900 am expressteavesI liawesvllloLewisport Maceo Owonsboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations NollSdally Bt Louis fast train leaves Ole vorpori 1100 PM arrives Evansviile 135 A aL St LouIs 1140 A M stops at Hawesville onlyNo leaves Olo verport 925 am arrives Evansville 12M5 p m Makes all stops Except Pates Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chaIr cars on trains 145 and 146 between Louisville ai d St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 430 n rrives Irvlngton 840 amTraIn No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllo 320 p m arrives Irvlngton 520 pm Train No B Sunday only Fordsvlllo 030 a m IrvlnRton903 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Daily except Sunday leaves Irrlngton 1055 am orrlv s Fordsvlllo 845- P Train No 5 Dally leaveslhvlngton 850 p m u arrives Fordsvlllo 9 40o m r W H BowMirf President A B BKILLHAN Cashier F L LIQHTFOOT Vlce President Cms SKILLMAN AsstCashter The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very Ilatest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited N O N 4NNNNNNON we The Bank of Hardinsbnrg A and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000- B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUl COMPTON Assistant Cashier j DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Klncheloe D S Richardson Administrator Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire orBurglary a NNNONNONNN NONNNN rf8aS First State Bankr r f IRVINGTON KYii W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VIctPresIden I H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Depositsii 8 oJ 4 +Ey THE Fifth Avenue I I HOTEL I Louisville Kye PIKE CAMPBELL Mgry + to 16 c 4EofIO1 The most located and Iin the making a rate Only block from the K jbopplng61strlct and two blocks In the theatres mII Street earn pass tbedoor to par a A of tho 6 neat 5 = 1 The Carlsbad of America French Lick and West Baden Springs Ind Now reached by direct of the Southern Railway Leave Evansville 7 20 am pm Rockport 7 15 am 2 15 pm II Cannelton 7 15 am 2 15 pm Tell City 7 am 2 pm Troy 7 3i am 2 32 pm Arrive French Lick 10 am 5 45 pm Arrive West DadenIO 30 am pm Daily Sunday ROUND TRIP RATES LIMIT 30 DAYS Evansville French Llck3Roclportto 252 CannehooII 2 72 Tell CityI 2 60 Troy 2 44 centrally only firstclass hotel city 1260 one principal principal all andiclean line 220 25 22 20 555 Except To West Baden3 20 cc 2564 2 76 264II 2 48 E D Stratton P A Evansville Ind J C Beam Jr A G P A St Louis Mo J D JAS Al LEWIS Cloverport Planing Mill J D GREGORY CO Proprietors Cloverport Ky 00Select00Clear50No10Eighti We at panic prices Now is your time to buy Sears Roobuck aint in it at all Cadick Milling Co city- Everything GREGORY bought When it comes to making flour The only complaint weve ever had regarding CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR is that bread pies and cakes made from it dont keep Customers tell us this but keep buy ing more Bakestuffs made from Cadlcks Gold goodthatmore you want Com abQvedont Grandview Indiana iii vIi ffr EEiiII ITI Ehe Fi3hting- Chance Continued From Page 2 enter take uowam quarnarr Amen I Come on race She gathered bridle Do you sup pose Stephen Siward la going to make troubleHow can he unless she helps him Nonsense I Alls well with Siward and Sylvia Shall we gallop All was vsry well with Siward and Sylvia They had passed the rabbit brier country scathlcss with two black mallard a jack snipe and a rabbit to the credit of their score and were now advancing through that dimly lit en chanted land of tall gray alders where In the sudden twilight of the leave woodcock after woodcock fluttered up ward twittering only to stop and drop transformed at the vicious crack of Siwards gun to fluffy balls of feather whirling earthward from midair Sagamore came galloping back with a soft unsoiled mass of chestnut and brown feathers In his mouth Siward took the dead cock passed it back to the keeper who followed them patted the beautiful eager dog and signaled him forward once more You should have fired that time he said to Sylvia that Is If you care toyJdll anything VBut I dont seem to be able to she said It Int a bit like shooting at clay targets The twittering whir takes me by surpriseIts all so charm ingly suddenand my heart seems to stop in one beat and I look and look and then whisk and woodcock la gone leaving me breathless Her voice ceased The white setter cutting up Ms ground ahead had stop ped rigid one leg raised Jaws quiver ing and locking alternately Isnt that a stunning picture said Siward in a low voice What a beau ty he IsUke a statue in white and blue veined marble You may talk Miss Landis woodcock dont flush at the sound of the human voice as grouse Jo See his brown eyes roll back at us He wonders why we dont do some thing whispered the girl Look Mr Siward Now his head Is moving oh so gradually to the left The bird is moving on the ground nodded Siward Now the bird has stoppedI wish I could see a woodcock on the ground she breathed Do you think we might by any chance Siward nfxlselessly sank to his knees and crouched keen eyes minutely busy Among the shadowy browns and grays of wet earth and withered leaf and after awhile cautiously he signaled thb girl to kneel beside him and stretch ed out one arm forefinger extended Sight straight along my arm he said as though it were a rifle barrel Her soft cheek rested against his shoulder a stray strand of shining hair brushing his face Under that bunch of fern he whis pered Just the color of the dead leaves Do you see Dont you see that big woodcock squatted flat bill pointed straight out and resting on the leavesAfter a long while she saw suddenly and nn nTfiulslto little shock tightened PRONOUNCED HIS A I CASE INCURABLE Whole Body Raw with Eczema Life woo IntolerableWas Even PlasterDischargedfrom SUFFERED 14 YEARS CURED BY CUTICURA From tho ago of three months until Ifteen years old my son Owens lifo was made Intolerable by eczema In Its worst form He was all right until a red rash broke out on his forehead but we were not alarmed at first Very soon however the rash began to spread over his head and shoulders and greatdiscomfort Mm to a doctor and tried half a dozen other treatments all with tho same- result no improvement at all The disease gradriaUy spread until nearly of his body was quite raw We hadto strap him down in bed for he used to tear himself dreadfully in his sleep The agony ho wont through is quite beyond wrdNo one thought regimentaldoctqrthe case hopeless at least he said the only hope was that he might if ho lived long enough outgrow it to some extent Wo had film in hospitals four times and he was pronounced one of the worst cases iIf not the worst ever admitted From each he was dis charged as incurable in fact he got worso under tho successive treatments At one hospital they incased him in aggravntothbadly that no one liked to go new him and his life was a burden to him We kept trying remedy after remedy but we bad got almost past hoping for a cure Six months ago wo purchased a sot of Cuticura Soap Ointment and Resolvent Pills and persevered with them The result was truly marvelous and today he is perfectly cured his skin not having a blemish on It anywhere Mrs Lily Hedge 51 Vaughan Road t vColdharbour Lane Camblowell Green I 19 Jan 12 1007- Send to nearest depot for free Cutia flpqkonTreatmentofSldnDlseases Cutteura Rmedt a are sold lhmntliatioutthe6ort4rXrtww lwdon 37 Ch rt 4 la HUz AuU lUL R Town 4 Co Brdaey 50 Arrtea toeoa Ltd t eto USA Iorug 41 QIefL COrp sole Props 8oetaa- f Mr fingers on Swards extended ann Oh the feathered miracle she whispered The wonder of Its clever I NoIwont 1 shoot it ness to hide like that You look and look and stare seeing it all the while nnd- notknowlngthllt you see It Then in a flash it is there motion less a brown shaped shadow among shadows The dear little thing I Mr Si ward do you think are you gotug to No I wont Shoot It- Thank you Might I sit here a moment to watch it She seated herself soundlessly among the dead leaves lie sank Into place beside her laying his gun aside Rather rough on the dog he said 1 with a grimace- I know It Is very good of you Mr I Siward to do this for my pleasure Ohh Do you see Oh the little beautyThe I woodcock had risen plumage puffed out etruttlng with wings bowed and tall spread facing the dog The sudden pygmy defiance thrilled her Brave brave she exclaimed en raptured but at the sound of her volie the bird crouched like a flash largo dark liquid eyes shining long bill pointed straight toward them Hell fly the way his bill point said Si ward Watch He rose She sprang lightly to litr feet There came a whirring flutter aItwittering shower of sweet notes soft wings beating almost in their very faces a distant shadow against the sky and the woodcock was gone Quieting the astounded dog gun cradled in the hollow of his left armI he turned to the girl beside him That sort of thing wins no cups he said It wins something else Mr Si wardmy very warm regard for you There is no choice between that and the Shotover cup he admitted con sidering her Ido you mean It Of course I do Then you are much nicer than 1 thought you And after all it the price of a cup Is the life of that brave little bird I had rather shoot clay pigeons Now you will scorn me I suppose Begin My Ideal woman has never been a life taker he said coolly Once when I was a boy there was a girl very lovely my first sweetheart I saw her at the traps once Just after she had killed her seventh pigeon I straight pulling it down from ovr head you know very clever The little thing was breathing on the grass and It made sounds He shrugged and walked on She killed her tweil tyflrst bird straight It was a hand some cup too And after a silence So you didnt love her any more Mr Siward mockingly sweet They laughed and at the sound of laughter the tall stemmed alders echoed with tha rushing roar of a cork grouse thundering skyward Crack Crack Whirling over and over through a cloud of floating feathers a heavy weight struck the springy earth There lay the big mottled bird splendid silky rugs spread dead eyes closing a sin gle tiny crimson bead twinkling like a ruby on the gaping beak Dead I said Slward to the dog who had dropped to shot Fetch And signaling the boy behind he relieved the dog of his burden and tossed the dead weight of ruffled plumage to ward him Then he broke his gun and as the empty shells flew rattling backward slipped In fresh cartridges locked the barrels and walked for ward the flush of excitement still staining his sunburned face You deal death mercifully said the girl In a low voice I wonder what your cidevant sweetheart would think of you A bungler had better stick to the traps he assented ignoring the badi nageI am wondering she said thoughtfully what I think of men who kill He turned sharply hesitated shrug ged Wild things lives are brief t bestfox or flying tick wet nests or mink owl hawk weasel or man But the death man deals Is the most merciful Besides he added laughing ours la not a case of sweethearts My argument Is purely In the abstract Mr alward I am asking you whether the death men deal is more justifiable than a womans gift of deathOh well life taking the giving of lifethere can be only one answer to the mystery and I dont know IV he- repl1edsmlUng I do- Tell me then he said still amusedI They had passed swale after swale of silver birches waist deep In per fumed fern and brake The big timI ber lay before them She moved for ward light gun swung easily acrossi her leather padded shoulder and on the woods sunny edge she seated her self straight young buck against a giant pine gun balanced across her flattened knees You are feeling the pace a little he said coming up and standing in front of her The pace No Mr Siward She sat bright head pillowed In her arms lIdly attentive to his low running comment on beast and bird and tree on forest stillness and forest sounds on life and the wild laws of life nudII death governing the great out wor 1 twixt sky and earth Somewhere In the woodland worldII I I d- r tne crows were nommg a noisy BesI sion and she told him that was 1111klUtngBecause youre guilty of course she continued I wonder what your sentence Is to be Ill leave It to you he suggested lazilySuppose I sentenced you to slay no moreOh Id pppaal No use I am the tribunal of last resortThen I throw myself upon the mer cy of the court You do well Mr Siward This court Is very merciful How much do you care for bird murder Very much Is there anything you care for morn Yes And could this court grant it to you in compensation He said uellberately roused by the level challenge of her gaze The courts incompetent to compensate the pris oner or otter any compromise Why Mr Siward Because the court herself Is already compromised In her future engage mentsBut what has my engagement to do with You offered compensation for de priving me of my shooting There could be only one adequate compensa tionAnd that she asked coolly enough Your continual companionship- But you have it Mr Siward- I have It for a day The season lasts three months you know And you and I are to play a continuous vaudeville for three months Is that your offer PartlyThen one day with me Is not worth those many days of murder she ask ed In pretended astonishment Ask yourself why those many days Would be doubly empty he said so seriously that the pointless game be gan to confuse her Thenslie turned lightly from un certain ground then perhaps we had1 better be about that matter of the cup you prize so highly Are you ready Mr Siward There is much to be killed yet including time you know 1 am not sure he reflected Just exactly what I should ask of you If you Insist on taking awayhe turned and looked about him through the burnt gold rollngeIf you took away all this out of my life I shall not take it because I have nothing In exchange to offer you say she answered imprudently I did not say so he retorted You did reminding me that the court is already engaged for a con tinuous performance Was it necessary to remind you he asked with deliberate malice She flushed up vexed silent then looked directly at him with beautiful hostile eyes What do you mean Mr Siward Are you taking our harm less Idle badinage as warrant for an intimacy unwarranted Have I offended he asked so impassively that a flash of resentment brought her to her feet angry and self possessedHow have we to go she asked quietly lIe rose to his feet turned hailing the keeper repeating the question And at the answer they both started for ward the dog ranging ahead through a dense growth of beech and chestnut over a high brown ridge then down always down along a leafy ravine to the waters edgea forest pond set in the gorgeous tollage of ripening maples- I dont see said Sylvia Impatiently how we are going to obey Instruc tions and go straight ahead There must be a stupid boat somewhere But the game laden keeper shook his head pulled up his hip boots and pointed out a line of alder poles set In the water to mark a crossing Am I expected to wade asked the girl anxiously This here observed the keeper IIs Bearing the girl between them they waded out one of the most sportln courses on the estate Last season I seen Miss Page go through it II ken scared deerthe young lady sir that took last sea sons cup In explanation to Siward who stood doubtfully at the waters edge looking back at Sylvia Raising her dis mayed eyes she encountered his there was a lit tle laugh between them Sho stepped daintily across the stones to the waters edge Instinctively gath ering her kilts in one hand Miles and I could chair you over suggested Siward Is that fairunder the rules Ob yes miss as long as you go straight said the keeper So they laid aside the guns and the guides gamesack and formed a chair with their hands and bearing the girl between them they waded out along the driven alder stakes knee deep in brown water Her arm lightly resting around his neck tightened a trifle as the water rose to his thighs then the faint pres sure relaxed as they thrashed shore ward through the shallows ankle deep once more and landed among the dry reeds on the farther bank Miles the keeper went back for the guns Siward stamped about in the sun shaking the drops from water proof breeches and gaiters only to behalf drenched again when Sagamore shook himself vigorously I II sappose said Sylvia looking sideways at Siward your contempt for my sporting accomplishments haa not decreased Im sorry I dont like to walk in wet shoes even to gain your approval And as the keeper came splashing across the shallows Mlles you may carry my gun I shall not need it any longerThe upward roar of a bevy of grouse drowned her voice Poor Sagamore pointing madly in the blackberry thick et all unperceived cast a dismayed glance aloft where the sunlit air quivered under the winnowing rush of heavy wings Siward flung up his gun heading a big quartering bird Steadily the glittering barrels swept In the arc of tire hesitated wavered then the possibility passed The young fellow lowered the gun slowly grave ly stood a moment motionless with bent head until the rising color in his face had faded And that was all for awhile The astonished and disgusted keoper stared Into the thicket The dog lay quiver- Ing Impatient for signal Sylvias heart which had seemed to stop with her voice silenced In the gusty thun der of heavy wings began beating too fast For the ringing crack of a gun shot could have spoken no louder to her than the glittering silence of the suspended barrels nor any promise of his voice sound as the startled stillness sounded now about her for he had made something a trifle more than mere amends for his rudeness He was overdoing everything a little He stood on the thickets edge absently unloading the weapon scarcely understanding what he had done and what he had not done A moment later a far hail sounded across the uplands and against the sky figures mowed distantly Alderdene and Marlon Page said aiwuru i ueueve we lunch yonder lo we not Miles They climbed the hill in silence ar riving after a few minutes to flnd others already at luncheonthe Page boys eager enthusiastic recounting adventure by flood and field Menu Bonnesdel tired and frankly bored and decorated with more than her share of mud Eileen Shannon very pretty very effective having lone more execution with her eyes than with the dainty fowling piece beside her Marion Page nodded to Sylvia and Siward with a crisp businesslike ques tion or two then went over to inspect their bag nodding approbation as Miles laid the game on the grass Eight full brace she commented We have five and an odd cock pheasant from Black Fells I suppose The people to our left have been blazing away like Coney Island but Reuas guide says the ferus are full of rub bits that way and Major Belwether cant hit fur afoot You she added frankly to Siward ought to take the cup The birches ahead of you are I full of woodcock If you dont Howard Quurrler will Hes Into a flight of jack snipe I hear j Siwards eyes had suddenly narrow SagaII shoot very steadily this afternoon he atIluncheon under the trees I wish Quarrier well with the cup Nonsense said Marlon Page curt ly You are the cleanest shot 1 ever j knew And she raised her glass to him frankly and emptied It with the precision characteristic of her Your I heartI I voice Mr lift Si Ing her champagne glass In the sun light To the Shotover cupIt you wish It In the little gust of hand clapping I and laughter he turned again to Sylvia smilingly saying under his breath I As though winning the cup would compensate me now for losing It She leaned Involuntarily nearer You mean that you will not try for It YesThat Is not fair to me Why not- Becausebecause I do not ask it of youYou need not now that I know your wishMr Siward Imy wish But she had no chance to finish Al ready Rena Bonnesdel was looking at them and there was a hint of amused surprise In Eileen Shannons mischievous eyes averted Instantly wltti ma licious ostentation Then Marlon Page took possession of him so exclusively so calmly that something In her cool certainty vague ly Irritated Sylvia who had never liked her Besides the girl showed too plain ly her Indifference to other people which other people seldom find amus ingStephen called out Alderdeno anx- Iously counting the web loops in his khaki vest what do you call fair shooting at these ruffed grouse You neednt be civil about it you know Five shells to a bird Is good shoot ing answered Siward Dont you think so Miss Page You have a better score Mr Si ward said Marlon Page with a hostile glance at Alderdene who had not made good Impatient to start she had turned her tailor made back to the company and was Instructing his crest I fallen lordship very plainly You fire too quickly BlInky Two seconds Is what you must count when a grouse flushes You must say Mark right or Mark left bangI And so the luncheon party lord and lady twins and maidens guides and dogs trailed away across the ridge distant silhouettes presently against the sky then gone And after a little while the far dry accedtless report I of smokeless powder announced that tho opening of the season hud been re earned and the birds were dying rustI to tiiA annex of a nerfcct day 1 c I Are you ready Mr mwurar outs stood waiting for him at the edge of the thicket Miles resumed his game sack and her fowling piece The dog came up looking him anxiously In the eyesSo he walked forward beside her Into the dappled light of the thicket Within a few minutes the dog stood twice and twice the whirring twltte of woodcock startled her echoed by the futile crack of his gun Beg pardon sir Yes Miles with a glint of humor Oveiwhot sir excusin the liberty Mr Slwara Both marked down forty yard to the left if you wish to start emagainMiles he said my nerve Is gone Such things happen Im all in Come over here my friend and look at thu sun with me The discomfited keeper obeyed Where ought that refulgent lumi nary to scintillate when I face Osprey LedgeSir SirThe sun How do I hold It On the plnt of your right shoulder sir You aint qulttln Mr Siward sir anxiously That Shotover cup Is easy yours sir eagerly blots f miss on a old drummer Mr Siward Wets twice overshootln cock s when a blind dropper can see you arc the cleanest fastest hard shoo tin shot In the hull county 1 But Siward shook his head with c absent glance at the dog and motion the astonished keeper forward Line the easiest trail for us he said I think we are already a trill tired Twigs will do In short cove Use a hatchet In the big timber Ant1 g slow till we Join you And when the unwilling and per plexed keeper had started Siward uf locking his gun drew out the smooth yellow cartridges and pocketed them Sylvia looked up as the sharp metal lie click of the locked breech rang out in the silence Mr Siward In quick displeasure Yes 2- What you do for your amusements cannot concern me Right us usual he said so gayly that a reluctant smile trembled on her lips Then vvhy have you done this It is unreasonable If you dont feel as I do about killing things that are having a good time In the world He stood silent absently looking at the fowling piece cradled In his left arm Shall we sit here a moment and talk It over he suggested listlessly Her blue gaze swept him His vague smile was indifferently bland If you are determined not to shoot we might us well start for Osprey Ledge she suggested Otherwise what reason U there for our being here together Mr SI ward I Awaiting his comment perhaps ex pecting a counter proposition she lean ed against the tree beside which he stood and after awhile as his absent minded preoccupation continued j Do you think the leaves are dry enough to sit on I IHe slipped off his shooting coat and SheIremain standing she stripped off her shooting gloves and glanced up at him inquiringly Well Mr Siward I am literally at your feet Which redresses the balance a lit tie he said finding a place near her J his11In1HI andII indefinable charm of breeding in voice and attitude something now was lack Ing And after a moment she con- cludedI that it was his attention Cer tainly his wits were woolgathering again lIlt eyes edged with the shad lOW of a smile saw far beyond her fur the sunlit shadows where they satIn his preoccupation she had found him negatively attractive She glanced at him now from time to time her eyes returning always to the beauty of the subdued light where all about them silver stemmed birches clustered like I slim shining pillars crowned with their autumn canopy of crumpled gold Enchantment she said under her breath Surely an enchanted sleeper lies here somewhere You he observed unawakened Asleep 1 Il She looked around at him You are the dreamer here Your eyes are full of dreaming even now What is your desire He leaned on one arm watching her She had dropped her ungloved hand searching among the newly fallen gold of the birch leaves drifted Into heaps On the third finger a jewel glittered He saw it conscious of its meaning but his eyes followed the hand Idly heaping up autumn golda white slim hand smoothly fascinating Then the little restless hand swept near to his almost touching it and then instinc tively he took It in his own curiously lifting it a little to consider Its nearer loveliness Perhaps It was the unex pectedness of it perhaps it was sheer amazement that left her hand lying idly relaxed like a white petaled blos som in his After a little while the consciousness of the contact disconcerted her She withdrew her fingers with an Invol untary shiver Is there no chance for me Miss I LandisThe very revulsion of self possession returning chilled her then anger came quick and hot then pride She deliberated choosing her words coolly enough What chance do you mean Mr Siward A fighting chance Can you give It to meA fighting chance For what Tery low very dangerous For you Then In spite of her her sense be- ma unatMdT JL laddea rhudjur gaa J ration seemed to deafen ner tnrsvgfc which his voice as if very far away sounded again Men who are worth a fi huechance ask for It sometimes but take It always I take It Her pallor faded under the flood of bright color The blue of her ejMi darkened ominously to velvet Mr Siward she said very die tlnctly and slowly I am noteven sorryfor you Then my chance is desperate In deed he retorted coolly Chance Do you imagine Her anger choked her Are you not a little bard he said paling under his tan I suppose women dismissed men more gently evea such a man as I am For a full minute she strove to comprehend Such a man as youiI she repeated vaguely You mean A crimson wave dyed her skin to the temples and she leaned toward him In horror stricken contrition I didnt mean that Mr Siward II never thought of that It had no weight It was not In my thoughts I meant only that you had assumed what Is unwarrantedthat youyour question humiliated me knowing that I am engaged knowing me so little so Yes I knew everything Ask your self why I risk everything to say this to you Thor can be only one answer Then after a long silence Have I ever she began tremblingly ever by word or look NoHave I even No Ive simply discovered how I vM feel Thats what I was dreaming about when you asked me I WII tafraid I might do this too soon but I meant to do it anyway before It became too late It was too late from the very moment we met Mr Siward And as he reddened painfully again she added quickly 1 mean that I had already decidedAnd as he said nothing You were t little rough a little sudden with me Mr Siward Men have asked me that question several times but never so soon so unreasonably soon never without some preliminary of some sort so that I could foresee be more or less prepared But you gave me no warn ing IIt you had I would have known how to be gentle II wish to be now Still he said nothing lIe sat there listlessly studying the sun spots glow ing waxing waning on the carpet of dead leaves at his feet As for what you have said Abe added a little smile curving the sensi tine mouth It Is impulsive unconsidered a trifle boyish Mr Siward I pay myself the compliment of your sincerity It Is rather nice to be a girl who can awaken the romance In a man within a day or twos acquaint ance We shall not misunderstand each other again shall we He raised his head considering her forcing the smile to meet her own We shall be better friends than ever she asserted confidently Yes better than ever Because what you have done means the nicest sort of friendship you see You cant escape Its duties and responsibilities now Mr Siward I shall expect you to spend the greater part of your life In devotedly doing things for me Besides I am now privileged to worry you with advice Oh you have Invested me with all sorts of powers now He noddedIShe sprang to her feet flushed smil ing a trifle excited- Is it all over and are we the very Ideals of friends she asked The very Ideals You are nice she said Impulsively holding out both gloveless hands He held them she looking at him very sweetly very confidently And you are content persuasively- Of course not he said Then I am sorry for you Look at that turning her left band In his so that the jewel on the third finger caught the light- I see it And yetII And yet That she observed with composure Is sheer obstinacy How can you really care for me Do yon actually believe that devotion comes like thatf Exactly like that rv- JvMSo suddenly It Is impossible with a twist of her pretty shoulders + How did it come to you he asked between his teeth Then her face grew scarlet and her eyes grow dark and her hands con She swayed toward caughtIher tracted in bl- stlghtenod twisted fingers entangled nn tll with a little sob she sway ted toward him and he caught her An instant a minute moro perhaps she did not knowsha half lay In his arms her un taught 1Ip8clos- oagnlnst his Lassitude faint consciousnessthen on shock camp the burning re vulsion and her voice camo back too sounding strangely to her a colorless monotonous voice Ho had freed her She remembered toperhapsneeded to breathe to summon strength and common sense flnd out what had been done what reasonless madness she had committed in the halt llc1it oC Continued Next Week w RS oHN N ERwao- nT Suffered With Stomach Mrs John Underwood 520 W War J nut St Columbus Ohio writes i Having had catarrh and stomach trouble and having suffered very much I after being doctored a long i while as a last resort took Poruna The result was wonderful I would highly recommend it as a good remedy I still use Poruna and would not be without it I always have it in tho house Catarrh and Stomach Trouble Mrs T Freely R R No1 Hickory Point Tetm writes I am happy to tell you that I am cured of catarrh I have followed your good and kind advice faithfully I bless the day when I wrote you of my condition and Iwill always praise Peruna I think It is one of the grandest medicines on I earthHaving been afflicted with catarrh and stomach trouble for seven years and after having tried four different doctors they only relieved me for a little while I gave up all hope of being cured I only weighed 130 pounds and was so weak could hardly get around the room II was induced to try Poruna and to my groat surprise I am now entirely well My weight is now 183 pounds my health never was bettor in my life I shall always praise Dr Hartman and his remedies Thousands of families have learned the use of Poruna and its value in tho treatment of catarrhal ailments IS IN I The Point I Continued from Page 1 nns already passed the senate and will likely pass the house without much opposition The same old bill to prohibit the playing of baseball on Sunday ha boon Introduced this session and teem In B fair way to pass This tamp hill has been Introduced at every I al1WaYKi mittee having the bill In charge has Bgn ed to report It favorably with an amendment which exempts cities or the first second third and fourth olasset from its provisions This amendment was agreed to on ground that cities of the class theII OAK furnish ample police protection atII nil games on Sunday and prevent disorder or disturbance A fight 1ill to br made to have the er press companies telegraph and tele I I pHone companies under the control of the suite rajlroad commission and put i them on the same footing as railroad companies as far as regulating rates I is concern A hill of a similar char Meter was mini llccd last session as to xpivss Ctfrtpall s but for some ren trm it was smothered although its author Senator George made a des prate effort to get It voted on There has been much complaint as to the high und arbitrary rates charged by express companies for years and ac cording to the general expression of opinion the rates are getting highert and the companies loss the rights of the public every year ofIII The fight In the present legislature to secure money with which to build firstclass public roads in every coun ty Is making good progress as the BosworthWyatt bill has already passer the senate This bill provides for taking a vote of the people on the question of amending the constitution so that state aid may be given to the counties for road purposes and further provide that any county may take u vote of the people as to levying a spe cial road tax which shaY not in arty instance exceed 5 per cent of the tax 1 able value of all the property in tlfd county The mountain counties are especially interested in this proposj tlon and if given tho opportunity wlljJ vote almost solidly for such an attienja mont to the constitution Somejf the senators were afraid the coUjitles might vote too large a debt onj diem selves and then have to repudiate it- fJ has been done as to the railfoad debts In several counties la revelit jearsbut tvrentysevon senators voted i I1 THE WHOLE YEAR ROUND I i f teed Worn Out Mothers Mrs Lydia H Josselyn C01 Westminster St Providonco J R I isTroasurorofthoEditors League of Rhode Island char tered in ProvldencoSho writes My experience with Pernna has been most gratifying Last winter I contracted a severe cold and for several days J coughed until my voice failed me When other remedies did me no good I decided to try Peruna and within four days the cold was broken up and the cough abated Within another week an increase In my usual strength and vitality told me that Peruna was doing all that Itprom ised and more lalsoconslderit very su P prior for tired wornout mothers and have advised several to try it and have seen most gratifying results from its use I give it highest praise Bowel Trouble Mrs Maggie Durbin 1332 North St Little Rock Ark writes- I was troubled for five years with a chronic disease I tried everything I heard of but nothing did mo any good Some doctors said my trouble was ca tarrh ot the bowels and some said con sumption of tho bowels Quo doctor said ho could cure mo I took his medicine two months But it did me no good A friend of mine advised me to try Peruna and I did so After I had taken two bottles I found it was helping hasIcured me sound and well I can recommend Peruna to any one and if any one wants to know what Pe runa did for mo If they will write to mo I will answer promptly Poruna Is a household remedy of great merit and is useful In many climatic ailments such as coughs colds sore throat bronchitis and catarrhal diseases generally ror tine bill while only eight against it The few counties votfcJII state that have good roads and have had them for many years do not ap preciate or understand the difficulties encountered In traveling over counties that have nothing but mud roads but public sentiment is aroused on this question and It Is almost a certainty that the Bosworth Wyatt bill will pass and that the proposed amendment to the constitution will be voted by the peoplr at tin nrtx Rev Brandon Gives A Splendid i Report of Work And Collec tions of The Methodist rdinsbursrKyPebll l Special- Rev B A Brandon made his second quarterly report for the year at the Quarterly meeting held here Saturday It was no extraordinary that we give these figures Additions to thoI church fifteen For church and par jsonage 92020 ministerial aid 134 for preacher in charge and presiding I elder 21590 for incidentals 39 for home missions 68 Each of the fourii charges Hardinsburg Kirk Ephesus and Mt Zion have paid up in full to date This is likely the best report in the whole Louisville Conference The Rev Brandon is being congratulated upon all sides for what he and his peo pIe are doing IEIs Cream Balm has been tried and not found wanting in thousands of homes all over the country It has won a place in the family medicine closet among the reliable household remedies where it is kept at hand for use in treat ing cold in the head just as soon as some member of the household begins the preliminary sneezing or snuffling It gives immediate relief and a day or twos treatment will put a stop to a cold which might if not checked become chronic and run into a bad care of Catarrh Young Men and Ladies Young men and ladies with ambition should learn telegraphy Under the new 8hour law which goes into effect rnext 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 theI National Telegraph Institute Crock ndtiOhioI Women Everywhere 1MR5 iEHADY Biliousness Indlgcstlonf1 Mrs LenaR Moudy 556 Caywood St Portland Oregon Seoy Royal Tribe of Joseph writes For the past six years biliousness and pains in my back and limbs made life miserable to mo My skin was sallow anddry and indigestion was added to my troubles I was wake ful at night and would got a weak j faint feeling during the day so that I was not fitted to attend to my reg ular duties This caused me serious annoyance and trouble and I nat urally tried many remedies hoping to get relief Peruna came as a friend In need It toned up tho system relieved the blood of the poisons and induced a healthy action of tho stomach a fine appetite and restful sleep Within three months I was a changed person and for nearly a year now I have enjoyed splendid health A Grateful Patient Mrs Eliza J Cazee R F D 8 Bedford Ind writes I have boon cured by youPoe CLUB ELECTS L County Jailer Marries Mrs Kings ton Other News From lIardin burg SESSION OF CIRCUIT COURT These marriage licenses have been I issued since our report last week S T Smith Sallie Ann Wilson R A Shell man Ermine A Kingston John Pate Florence E Simmons Richard A Shallman County Jailer and Mrs Ermine A Kingston of Hardinsburg were united in marriage at the brides home in Hardinsburg at I oclock Thursday evening February 6 the Rev Brandon officiating The contracting parties had each been married before and each had lost lifes first mate by the hand of death The groom is well known as a successful farmer and business man besides his is an estimable lady noted for her active church work and deeds of kindness The following compose the grand jury for the February term of Circuit Court now in session John R Miller C C Ahl R D St Clair Isaac Pile Jr John Jennings Doctor Board Huston Pool QP Miller I R Rhodes John Alexander Sr Gude Hendrick Jube Hook John Jennings is Foreman Master Hobert Shellman is better after a severe attack of fever Mrs D C Moorman of Glendeane Miss Annie West of Kirk and Miss Nell Moorman of have gone to Bowling Green to enter the NormalMrs Luke Reeves is visiting at Elk ton Wade Pile of Mook spent Sunday and Monday in town Miss Fannie Moore located at Kirk a present was in town Saturday to see her brother T J Moore Miss Evelyn Beard is visiting at BurginMrs Mary Lewis and daughter of Dallas Texas are visiting Miss Tula C Daniel At a meeting of the Breckenridge elected as delegates to the StateI Farmers Institute to be held in Frank U Use U jt mtt q jESSIE ttIRestorer of Lost Strength Miss Bessie Farrell 1011 Third Avo Brooklyn N Y is President of the Young Peoples Christian Temperance Association She writes Peruna is certainly a valuable nerve and blood remedy calculated to build up the brokendown health of wornout women 1 have found i by personal experience that it acts as a wonderful restorer of lost strength i assisting the stomach to assimilate and digest tho food and building up i wornout tissues In my world have i1 had occasion to recommend it fre- quentlyJi especially to sick women I know of nothing which is better ji to build up the strength of a young mother in fact all the ailments pecul- IarS to women so I am pleased to give It my hearty endorsement Peruna a Womans Friend Mrs Ella ICmbrce Clark Mo writes I am fooling bettor than I have felt for years I can truthfully say that Poruna is a womans friond I have no more terrible pains end am stronger than I havo boon Your medicine has worked like t clwrm PERUNA HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY OVER MILLION Central fictio- nEXTRAORDINARY IChurch DUEGATES twicet MurraySunday HardinsburgMonday Peruna fort February 18 19 and 20 H M Beard Tom Withers Mike Miller C H Drury W R Moorman Jr B A Whittinghill C CPileA C Glasscock W N Pate Jno Akers The following crop reporters were elected Ed Good man Hardinsburg Sidney Owen Glendeane Jno R Wimp Irvington E B Oglesby Cloverport J T Mc Camish Hudson H G Vessels RhodeliaTom remains unable to leave his bed though his condition is somewhat better Jennie C daughter of Mr and Mrs Will Lennonis ill of fevers Hon John P Haswell did not come home from Frankfort to attend court MondayJ F Owen of McQuady was in town Monday Two months ago Mr Owens arm was badly broken and crushed by a fall from a load of hay It is healing but he has poor movement of it to this time I David Penick a hustling young farmer of Custer was in town Sunday Allen R Kinchelbe was in Louisville Saturday and Sunday Miss Myrtle Milner of Mook is one of the late entries at the Normall Everything taken into the stomach should be digested fully within n certain time When you feel that your stomach youhavegood natural digestant that will do the work the digestive juices are not doing The best remedy known today for all stomach troubles is Kodol which is guaranteed to give prompt relief It is a natural digestant it digests what you eat it ispleasant to take and is sold here by All Druggists Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand stor house stock of goods good will etc Annual sales 5000 to 6000 a year apayboutrailroxd station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man a small capitl to drop right into a goo business For further particulars write BABBAGEt CONTAINS EHNEDrS Mothers Inirs It Bilious Headache Mrs Emily Kellogg 6649 S Lawrence St South Tacoma Wash member of Ladies of the Maccabees writes Three months ago I had an attack of biliousness which threatened to undermine my health and strength Luckily for me I tried Pern na at the suggestion of my friends before It was too late I found in a few days time that I did not have theusualsick headache neith er did food nauseate me any longer In two weeks time Feruna had completely rid my system of the poison and bile and 1 was in a much bettor condition My skin assumed Its normal color I had a splendid appetite and I was In every way improved in health Iused Pornna for a month longer and it wrought a wondrous change in my entire system I consider it a most wonderful medicine Nervous Dyspepsia Mrs J O Jamison Gl Marchant St Watsonvillo Cal writes- I was troubled with cramps in tho stomach for six years I tried many kinds of medicine also was treated by three doctors They said that I had nervous dyspepsia I was put on a liquid diet for three months I im proved under the treatment but as soon as I stopped taking tho medicine I got bad again Itook the medicine for two years then I got sick again and gave up all hopes of getting cured I saw a testimonial of a man whose case was similar to mine being cured by Peruna so I thought I would give it a trial I procured a bottlo at once and commenced taking it I have taken nineteen bottles and am entirely cured Have gained in strength and flesh and feel like a different person I bollevo Poruna is all that is claimed for it A H considerate Conference Glendeane 1RV1NOTON H H Kemper made a busl ess trip to Evansville last week Mrs Walker Brown after a short visit to her parents Mr and Mrs R B Hoskins at Glendeane returned home SaturdayMiss Fart ington of Louisville was a pleasant visitor of the Misses Eva and Mable McGlolhlan last Satur day and Sunday Mr and Mrs C S Neafus and sou Lamar were visitors of relatives and friends at Weldon Sunday Mrs Lydia A Jolly and son Edwin hft Sunday for Louisville liter being the guests of Mr and Mrs L H Jolly Edwin has just returned from a months sojourn in the West on a prospecting tour Miss Bessie Arnold returned Saturday from Sample where she hud been the guest of Mrs John Arnold The lomaiiis of Mrs Brown Helm who died at her home in Stephensport on last Saturday after u lingering ill ness of a complication of diseases were brought here on Sunday for interment in the Washington grave yard Mrs WashIingtonand friends here that are left to mourn lossMr M Herudon bought a carload of extra good cattle for feeding pur poses from Louisville last week Know lug Mr Herndons past record for hav iug such flue cattle we know that these will outshinq any that he has ever had charge of J G Chester of Denver Colorado spent a few dayslast week tile guest of Miss Lydia McGehee Mr Chaster has just returned from the Klondike region severalemonths asthismpoint last Tuesday to Louisville Helmdof Lexington Mr and Mrs Harry Major of Louisville and George Barkley of Stepheusport attended the burial of HONEY ALTIYEChlldnaIlks MRS JOSEPH f nrHnwCatarr I Mrs Joseph Austin Sta Ohio Your modicin I great benefit to nfi catarrhof the nostyears Three bot me after I had co sible to ever be ou I now always k house and recom one suffering from as one of my chll cough 1 give them cough is soon gon This medicln boon to suffering Peruna the MrsME Soyn man Ga writes I am ready to favor of Poruna tried them for noa myself and family all the doctor clal nacured me oflate doctor could not- UMyadvice to a consult Dr Hartm ffor me ho will do f Peruna In- For two years assistants have i create Peruna In strenuous labors h with success P liquid medicines o tablets which re ingredients of Pe equivalent to one a ONE FARMERS Mrs BrovVu Hfhu ou Monday afternoon nt the VH hitigtoH graVeyard Jim Frank UiggJi of Evensville ar rived last week for a viIS t to his parents Mr and Mrs J B Biggs Quarterly meet ng will be held at the Methodist cainch Saturday and Sunday by the jIr siding elder Rev A P Lyon + Miss Mary Brown left Wednesday for Owenshoro t he the guest of her cousin Miss Clara Mattingly Mr and Mrs Charlie Hawea and Fridayfromfor several days visiting relatives Rev F H Farringbon of Louisville preached two excellent sermons at the Baptist church on Sunday morning and evening to a large audience Mss Ella Kemper returned Tuesday to her horn at Gratz Ky after spending two weeks with Mr and Mrs H H Kemper Mr and Mrs Bert Cunningham and the Gardner twins of Chenault came Sunday night for a short visit to Mr awl Mrs W B Gardner Herbert Piggott returned to Terra Haute lad Saturday to resume his school duties tit the Rose Polytechnic Mr and Mrs H II Kemper attended the funeral of Mrs Kempers grand father Mr Jim Clarkou at Big Spring last Thursday Misses Eva and Mable McGlothlan entertained Saturday evening in honor of Miss Ethel Farrington of Louisville Games and music were enjoyed until a late hour after which light refresh ments were served- G E Drury spent several days in the city last week on business Miss Essie Biggs entertained a num ber of friends Thursday evening to 42 in honor of her brother Jim Frank Biggs of Evansville The young ladies were nicely enter tained to a seating party on last Mon day evening at the Dowell pond near town by Messrs Hilliard Biggs and Earl Bennett Mr and Mrs Lewis H Jolly acted as chaperones Lamar Gardner has returned from Cuenault where he has been visiting Alix Robins arrived Sunday from Cairo 111 to be the guest of his eon Alfonza Robins AN- DOUCH Tastes so 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