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L 0- A HE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS v A ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VQL XA CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 19 1908 8 Pages NO 32 CHURCH WEDDING AT WEBSTER Members Of Two Prominent Families Will Be United In Marriage Next Wednesday nOME READY FOR TilE BRIDE An approaching marriage of much interest to many in Breckenridge county is that of Miss Norris Belle Kurtz and Mr Tom Lyddan The weddingwill take place in the Methodist church at Webster at 3 oclock Wednesday after noon February the twentysixth Miss Kurtz is an attractive and v popular yonng woman and Mr Lyddan f is a prosperous farmer He has just completed a handsome new house near Webster where he and his bride will make their home Mr Lyddan is the son of Mr M Lyddan a wellknown and retired stock dealer of this county Everything taken into the stomach should be digested fully within a certain time When you feel that your stomach is not in good order that the food you have eaten is not being digested take a good natural digcstant 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 is pleasant to take and is sold here by All Druggists Entertained at Irvington The Misses McGlothlan honored the occasion of St Valentines day by enter taining the members of the Social Club at their home in Irvington Friday afternoon The Social Club is made up of enthusi astic fortytwo players and the game was played with keenest interest Heart ideas were carried out in the red and white decorations which were t unusually pretty and attractive Delicious refreshments were served includ ing dainty ices The guests were Mrs U W Groves Mrs H H KempertMrs L H Jolly Mrs D C Heron Mrs C TM Chamberlain Misses Ruth Miller Ellen Munford Nellie Smith Willa Drury Essie Biggs Annie Lee and Claudia Bandy and Miss Lillian Stith of Guston Suffering Dollars Saved E S Loper of Marilla 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 ItHeals burns sores ulcers fever sores eczema and piles 25c at Severs drug store A For Youll find just us and everything will be hero at the ad vertised price There is no fake about it If you are for any reason come and getI your money back ANNOUNCEMENT Miss Adelle Fisher And Mr Fred L Herrin Will Be Married In Owensboro Miss Clara Amelia Fisher has an nounced the engagement and coming marriage of her sister Adelle Amanda to Mr Fred Leiter Herring The wedding will be a very quiet one on account of the death of the brides uncle Mr James B Fisher taking piece at the Fourth Street church on the afternoon of February twentysixth at 230 oclock in Owens boro Ky- The bride will be married in a hand some emerald green traveling dress with hat to match as Mr Herring will take her away immediately after the ceremony for a wedding trip to New York and other eastern cities After their tour they will be at home in Mans field Ohio where Mr Herring holds a high position as a contractor Miss Fisher is a charming young girl both pretty and attractive She is quite wellknown here having visited her aunt Mrs Adelle Hambletun and Miss Jane Hambleton Several invitations have been receiv ed here by friends and relatives Former Breckinridjje Boy Entertained Mr Owen Hunter of Philadelphia who is the guest of Miss Ray Heyser has had a number of informal 42 par ties given in his honor by Miss Heyser Miss Lula Severs and Miss Louise Bab bage Mr Hunter is formerly of Glen deane and his relatives and friends throughout the county are enjoying his visit home How I Cured Sweeny And Fistula I want to tell you how I saved one of our horses that had fistula We had the horse doctor out and he said it was so bad that he did not think he could cure it and did not come again Then we tried Sloans Liniment and it cured it up nicely One day last spring I was plowing for a neighbor who had a horse with sweeny and I told him about Sloans Liniment and he had me get a bottle for him and it cured his horse all right and he goes off now like a colt We had a horse that had sweeny awfully bad and we thought it was never going to be any good but we used Sloans Liniment and it cured it I up nicely I told another neighbor about it and he slid it was the best Liniment he ever used I We are using Sloans Sure Colic Cure and we think itis all right I A D Bruce Aurelia La 1500 suits 98 1250 suits at 6 89 1000 suits at 4 67 Only a few pairs of 300 350 400 Pants At 198 BOYS SUITS 350 boys suits at169 250 boys suits 49 200 boys suits knee pants at 33o Carhartt Overalls 890 Clarks All calico 5u 1 only 2250 sewing machine sold with 10year guarantee by Belknap Hardware Co Louisville Ky ROCS at 1289 IMPROVING Hiss Margaret doorman Withstood Operation Beautifully At St Josephs Infirmary News has been received that Miss Margaret Moorman who withstood an operation at St Josephs Infirmary in Louisville last Wednesday is doing nicely Miss Moorman has been in ill health over a year and for some time it was feared she had Dr Vance assisted by Dr Smith of this city performed the operation Miss Moormans host of friends are rejoiced to hear the operation was suc cessful and hope for her early recovery Uncle Fred Fraize who has been visiting in Daviess county came to this vicinity last week to spend some time with relatives here Uncle Johnnie Compton who was very sick a few days ago is very much improved at this writing The majority of farmers in this locality have sold their tobacco lately at very fair prices Little Leva Clark a bright little girl of Charlie Clark is very sick of flux Miss Montry Purcell of Owensboro who was visiting her cousin Mrs Julia Cummings last week was called suddenly home on account of illness of her mother Mrs J W Storms had a very severe attack of cramp colic last Friday Cicero Cummings Chas Clark and others succeeded in getting out several rafts of logs during the rise in the waters last week Charlie Critchelow who went to Bowling Green school a short time ago returned home last week Mrs Fred McClellan is very ill Miss Sallie Durbin of Axtel was in Hardinsbusg last week taking a treat ment under Dr Kincheloe for appendi Carmons little girl Annie who was very ill with pneumonia is about well again A new telephone line is being put up through the Sand Knob vicinity running into Bowles Mrs Roxie Mattingly and childrenof Axtel visited at her fathers John Moore last week- J R Rhodes and Huse Pool are from here on the Grand Jury this week Will Visit Us Again Reynoldsburg Ohio Feb 11 1908 Dear Mr Babbage Here is another one of the Brecken ridge boys who lives in Ohio and wishes to renew for the Newsbecause we cant get on well without it Yes we will visit at home next summer too Truly yours Joel T Keenan 300 Hat 49 250 hat 19 200 hat 69c 4 Pieces 35c HookGrant Lodiburg Ky Fed 18Speclal The wedding of Miss Anna Bell Grant and Mr T J Hook took place at the home of the bride near here Sunday at I 3 p m in the presence of alarge crowd of relatives and friends The bride was gowned in white allover lacetrimmed in lace and insertion The bridesmaids also wore dainty white gowns with white pompons in their hair The ceremony was performed by the Rev Roberts of and the attendants were Misses Ruth Grant Minnie Embry Ros coe Hendry and Joseph Head The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs C C Grant and has many friends in this part of the couuty The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs John Hook of Hardinsburg After a few days with friends in this county they will make a tour of several western states visiting several points of interest May their life be long and happy is the wish ofa friend Mr Walter Rose Dead At Los Angeles Word has been received here of the death of Mr Walter HRose at his home in Los California Mr Rose was the husband of Miss Mary Holtthe oldest daughter of the late Judge Washington D Holt who is well known in Owensboro where she visited Inquirer Big Tobacco Raisers Ky Feb 18 Special Herbert and Toni Beard are likely the biggest tobacco growers in the county Herbert has delivered 32954 pounds for which he received 237512 and Sam received over 1700 for his crop Kennedy a Candidate Hardinsburg Ky Feb 18 J R Kennedy of Garfield iis a candi date for the Republican nomination for Jailer next year Mr Kennedy is a far mer a good citizen and deserves the sup port of his party without nomination Sick List Raymond Earl Morrison Mrs J H Weatherholt Mrs J D Seaton Dr J L Moorman Dr Smith III Dr F M Smith has been suffering with rheumatism and been confine toII his home over a week Returns from the West Joseph Weisenberg has returned home from Spokane Washington Mr Weis enberg has spent a whole year in the west and prospecting He was highly pleased with the country and expects to live there in the future Shoes Mens 500 400 shoes at 2 79 Mens 350 shoes at 2 49 All 300 shoes at 1 29 Full stock Artics and Articsand 49c Ladies LADIES 350 at 248 300 Shoes atu 219 260 175 200 Shoes at 139 150 Shoes atu 98c ROYAL PowderThe only Baking made with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar made from grapes and everyhomeevery Safeguards your food against alum and phosphate of ILL IN LOUISVILLE Mrs Abe Skillman Was Taken Sud denly III In Thursday morning Mrs Abe Skillman suffered an attack of congestion in her room at the Watkins Flats in Mrs Skillman went to Louisville Wed nesday for a short stay and was ap parently well enough to stand the trip Mrs Skillmans health has not been tor and she will be taken to St Josephs Infirmary for treatment Mr Skillman and Mrs Chas Skill man are in with her Miss Armes To Wed Dr and Mrs George W Armes an nounce the engagement of their daugh ter Maude Zella to Mr George E Bailey Tbe wedding will be solemnized February 27th at 3 oclock at the home of ihe brides parents All friends invitedLeitchfield Gazette Miss Arms has visited Miss Ray Lewis Heyser in this city and was extensively admired for her beauty and attractive Only Five Days More then Our Doors Will be Closed Forever= = Against These Bargains Our Alexander takes entire stock at that time a fact into channel wait Dont think because have advertisements that that cant with ita your harmony Squar Deal advertised dissatisfied Clothing at7 atlat79oBo-ys thread5c McDANIELS Swann Hats at1ut1at89cOu- nce Matting 1ge Stephensport frequentlyOwensboro successor prices bring prices Crushers Royal Mens300shoesat219Mens Mens Hrogans119M-ens Shoes89cLa- dies Rubbers33c SHOES Shoes Baking Insures healthful lime LouisvilleI good nessII charge Dont ehoesat348M-ens Shoes63cMen- sRubbers BOYS SHOES 300 high cutu190250 Shoes 169 200 Shoes 148 180 Shoes 119 125 Shoes 69c Sboes19c to 69C Groceries20 Ibs standard sugar 100 albs Gardners best coffee 1 00 No1 navy beans 1 lb for 4c4 dozen 25c 3 boxes matches lOc Best cheese 15c Choice Irish potatoes 95c All Canned Goods Soaps etc reduced in of ones above Warpu 21c POSITIVELY GUARANTEE TO AS ADVERTISED This is our last ad and Lowest price that will be given as in 5 Gardner Bros will be no more and forgotten as a Gardner Bros Irvington Ky Card of Thanks To the good people of Stephensport Drs Milner and Nevitt We wish to extend our thanks for the loving care and true devotion shown our sister Mrs L B Helm in her sorrow and illness To the of tie News our love and high appreciation for the lovely tribute paid her Truly they are Gods chosen peo ple Brother and Sister Candy Pulling Mrs Robert Pierce gave a can y pulling at her home in Eastland last night to the members and friends of the Clover Blossom society Mrs Pierce furnishes this treat annually and it is a great pleasure to those who partake of it especially the little folks Has Rheumatism Mrs Susan Walker colored is ill of rheumatism at her home in this city She is known as one of the best laundress in town and her illness is deeply regretted by her patrons Mr of and matter of will go back old you seen were not real there be real one but come see ad and see if are in All everything advertised Presbyterian appendicitis citisNed Swann Swann Swann Angeles Hardinsburg Spectal visiting Selz Blue 8hoesat Powder Louisville sometime Louisville Childrens granulated pickles Extracts proportion mentioned Carpet WE SELL days defeated candidate heartfelt correspondent Tuesday Our Word For It No other sale ap proaches this one for depthof price cutting or liberality of value giving At no time during the history of Irvington have we or anyone else ever offer ed goods of standard quality at anything likeI these prices I 1- y i f The Fighting TE I Chance IIIIIII the silver stemmed trees clustering In shameful witness on every hand Suddenly the hot humiliation of It overwhelmed her and she covered her face with her hands standing almost swaying as wave on wave of Incredu lous shame seemed to sweep her from knee to brow That phase passed after awhile Out of It she emerged flushed outwardly composed Into another phase In full self possession once more able to understand what had happened without the disproportion of emotional exaggeration After all she had only been kissed Besides she was a novice which probably account ed in a measure for the unreasonable emotion coincident with a caress to which she was unaccustomed With out looking up at him she found herself saying coolly enough to surprise her self I never supposed I was capable of that It appears that I am I havent anything to say for myself except that I feel fearfully humiliated Dont say anything now I do not blame you truly I do not It was con temptible of meto do It wearing this She stretched out her slender left hand not looking at him It was contemptible She slowly raised her eyes summoning all her courage to face him But he only saw In the pink contusion of her lovely face the dawning challenge of a coquette saluting her ad versary lu gay acknowledgment of his fleeting moment of success And as his face fell then hardened Into brightness instantly she divined how he rated her and in a flash realized her weapons and her security and that the control of the situation was hers not lu the control of this Irresolute younu man who btood so silently considering bvJv Stn Mge that she should be ashamed 01 her own Innocence willing that he believe her accomplished In such arts onchauted that he no longe porhnps suspected genuine emotion in tho swift confused sweetness of her kissWhy do you take It so serlously the said laughing and studying him certain now of herself in this new dls guiseDo you lake It lightly he asked striving to smile I As I must you know You dont expect to marry me do you Mr Si ward I He choked up at that grimly awhileWalking slowly forward together she t foil Into step frankly beside him near him too near Try to be sensible r she was saying gaylyI like you so much and It would be horrid to have you mope you know And besides even if I cured for you there are rea sons you know reasons for any girl to marry the man I am going to mar ry So you see I could not marry you even If I Iher voice was Inclined to tremble but she controlled It r would she never learn her role even if I loved you Then her tongue stumbled and was silent and they walked on side by side through the fading splendor of the year exchanging no further speech Toward sunset their guide hailed them standing high among the rocks a silhouette against the sky And he r yond him they saw the poles crowned with the huge nests of the fishhawks Ledge marking the last rendezvous at Osprey OiAPTE FIVE 1 week passed swiftly day THE day echoing with the fusillade from marsh to from valley to ridge Lord Alderdene good enough on snipe and cock Vas driven almost fran fle by the rutted grouse Voucher did better for a day or two and then llost the knack Marion Page attended to business in her cool and thorough style and her average on the gun room books was excellent and was also adorned with clever pen and ink sketches by Siward Leroy Mortimer had given up shoot ing and established himself as a haunt er of cushions lu sunny corners Tom OHara had gone back to Lenox Mrs Vendennlnir to Hot Springs BeverK Heart StrengthHeart8tren- rthorIIeftrtWeakn8SsmeansNerT PosIUnlyIt diseased aIddonfaultThumoreptabllttystrength Without that the Heart must continue havethesenervesThUDrShoopthe weak ofallthis Hnaru Dr Snoop first eouzht u1rocatInIrpopular prescription la alone directed to these hellpIfil dltfonXUOulMltabUahthem Dr Shoops RestorativeKU DEALERS i IROBERTI Plank master oTTnwcBrnreirsncBnn to pervade the house after a tentative appearance and he and Major Belwether pottered about the coverts usually aft er luncheon the latter doing little dam age with his fowling piece and nobody knew how much with his gossiplu tongue Quarrier appeared in the flekl methodically shot with Judgment tak- Ing no chances for a brilliant perform ance which might endanger his re spectable average As for the Page boys they kept the river ducks stir ring whenever Eileen Shannon and Rena Bonnesdel could be persuaded to share the canoes with them Other wise they haunted the vicinity of those bored maidens suffering snubs sor rowfully but persistently faithful They were a great nuisance In the evening especially as their sister did not permit them to lose more than 10 a day at cards Cardsthat Is bridge and preference ruled as usual and the latter game being faster suited Mortimer and Per rail but did not aid Siward toward recouping his bridge losses Two matters occupied him Since cup day he had never had another op portunity to see Sylvia Landis alone that was the first matter He had touched neither wine nor spirits nor malt since the night Ferrall had found him prone sprawling In a stupor on his disordered bedthat was the second matter and it occupied him at times required all his attention particularly when the physical desire for it set in steadily mercilessly mounting Inex orably like a tide But like the tide it ebbed at last particularly when a sleepless night had exhausted him He had gone back to his shooting again after a cool review of the ethics involved It even amused him to think that a girl who had cleverness enough to marry many millions with Quarrier thrown in could have so moved him to sentimentality He had ceded the big cup of antique silver to Quarrier too a matter which troubled him little however as in the irrita tion of the reaction he had been shoot- Ing with the brilliancy of a demon and the gunroom books were open to any doubting guests Inspection Time therefore was never heavy on his hands save when the tide thrdat encd when at night he stirred and awoke conscious of Its crawling ad vance aware of its steady mounting menace moments at table when the aroma of wine made him catch his breath moments in the gunroom redolent of spicy spirits a maddening volatile fragrance clinging to the card room too Yes the long days were filled with such moments for him But afield the desire faded and even during the day indoors he shrugged de sire aside It was night that he dread edthe long hours lying there tense stark eyed sickened with desire As for Sylvia she and Grace Ferrall had taken to motoring driving away Into the interior or taking long flights north and south along the coast Sometimes they took Quarrier sometimes when Mrs Ferrall drove they took in ballast In the shape of a superfluous Page boy and a girl for him Once Grace Ferrall asked Siward to Join them but no definite time being set he was scarcely surprised to find them gone when he returned from a morn- Ing on the snipe meadows And Sylvia I leagues away by that time curie1 up In the tonneau beside Grace Pc rail watched the dark pines flying past cheeks pink eyes like stars while the rushing wind drove health Into her nn1 care out of her cleansing purifying overwhelming winds flowing through and through her till her very soul within her seemed shining through ihs beauty of her eyes Besides she had Just confessed He kissed you repeated Grace PerI railincredulouslyYes of times lIe was silly enough to do it and I let him 1 dont know what he said I was all nerves contused scareda perfect stick In fact I dont believe hed care to try again Then Mrs Ferrall deliberately set tled down lu her furs to extract from the girl beside her every essential detail and the girl frank at first grew shy and silentreticent enough to worry her friend into a silence which last ed a long while for a cheerful little matron of her sort Presently they spoke of other mat ters matters Interesting to pretty wo men with inulh to do in the c ng winter between New York Hot Sprlugs and Florida surmises as to dinners dances and the newcomers in the younger sets and the marriages to be arranged or disarranged and the scandals humanity Is heir to and the atti tude of the bishop toward divorce Then at last as the big motor car swung In a circle at Wenniston Cross roads and poked Its brass and lacquer muzzle toward Shotover the talk swung back to Slward once more hav ing traveled half the world over to find him He is the sweetest fellow with his mother sighed Grace and that counts heavily with me But theres trouble ahead for hersorrow and trouble enough for thorn both if he is a tuo Slward TheseBad wWch live yw such exquisite cuffertaf every month we caused M you know ty female trouble Relief seldom or never comes of Itself It Is Kcessary to cure tile cause In order to stop the pains and this can only be done If you will take a specific female remedy that acts directly oa the womanly organs OFCARDUI WOMANS RELIEF Cardul did wonders for me writes Mrs II C Larson of Olds Is I had female trouble for 8 years I had displacement which Increased my suffering the doc tor could only relieve me at times Now I am so much better I hardly know when my time begins or when It ends At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing symp toms to Ladles Advisory Dept COtChattanooga Heredity again said Sylvia impatiently Isnt he man enough to win out Ill bet you he settles down marries and- larrles Not hel How many girls do you suppose have believed that were Justified In believing he meant anything by his attractive man ner and nice ways of telling youhowmuchhc liked you He had a desperate affair with Mrs Mortlnierinnocent I fancy Hes had a dozen within three years and in n week Rena- Donnesdel has come to making eyes at him and Eileen gives him no end of DldlC IIOUI chances which he doesnt see As for Marion Page the girl has been on the edge of loving him for years You laugh But you are wrong She Is In love with him now as much as she ever can be with anybody Did he propose to you YesI think so Then Its the first time for him He finds women only too willing to play with Jilm as a rule and he doesnt have to be definite I wonder what he meant by being so definite with youI suppose he meant marriage said Sylvia serenely yet there was the slightest ring in her voice and it amused Mrs Ferrall to try her a little furtherOh you think he really Intended to commit himself Why not retorted Sylviaturulng red Do you think he found me over willing as you say he finds others You were probably a new sensation for him Inferred Mrs Ferrall musingly You mustnt take him seri ously childa man with his record Besides he has the same facility with a girl that he has with everything else he tries his penyou know how infernally clever he is and he can make good verse and write witty Jingles and he can carry home with him any opera and play It decently too with the proper harmonies Anything lie finds amusing he is clever with dogs horses pen brush music women That was too malicious for Sylvia had flushed up painfully and Grace Fer rail dropped her gloved hand on the hand of the girl beside her Cbljd child sbe said he Is not that sort Xo decent man ever Is unless the girl is too Sylvia sitting up very straight in her furs said He found me anything but difficult if thats what you mean I dont Please dont be vexed dear I plague everybody when I see an opening Theres really only one thing that worries me about It all What Is that asked Sylvia with out Interest Its that you might be tempted to care a little for him which being use less might be unwise- I amtempted- Not seriously- I dont know She turned In a sudden nervous Impatience foreign to her Howard Quarrier Is too perfect ly Imperfect for me Im glad Ive said It The things he knows about and doesnt know have been a revelation in this last week with him There is too much surface too much exterior admirably fashioned and inside is all clockworkThe whizzing hum of the motor filled a silence that produced consid erable effect upon Grace Ferrall and after mastering her wits she said in a subdued voice Of course its my meddling Of course it Isnt I asked your opinion but I knew what I was going to do Only I did think him personally possible which made the expediency the mercenary view of It easier to contemplate iwwVominsr as frapkly brutal as she kfiew ttow tb 1 l wTHCiriiraan the revolt the more ominous Sylvia dear I wish I hadnt med lied Im meddling some more I suppose when I say to you Dont give Howard Ws conge for the present It Is a horridly common thing to dwell upon but Howard is too materially Important to be cut adrift on tho im pulse of tho moment- I know it You are too clever not to Consider the matter wisely dispassionately intelligently dear then If by April you simply cant stand It talk the thing over with me again she ended rather vaguely and wistfully for It had been tier hearts desire to wed Sylvias beauty and Qunrrlers fortune liDo you believe I could Induce him to wear his hair any way except pompadour sold Sylvia And dear his ward Is so dreadfully silky Isnt here anything he could take for Itl Only a razor Im afraid Those long thick soft eyelashes of his are ominous Eyes of that sort ruin a man for my taste He might Just as reasonably wear my hat But he cant follow the fashions In eyes laughed Sylvia Oh this Is atrocious of usIt is simply horrible- to sit here and say such things 1 am cold blooded enough as It is material enough mean covetous contemptible Dear salt Grace Ferrall mildly you are not choosing a husband you are choosing a career Grace Do you wish me to marry him What Iis the alternative dear Why nothIngself respect dowdi ness and peace Ills that nit All I can see Not Stephen Slward To marry No To enjoy Yes Grace I have had such a good time with him You dont know He is such a boy sometimes and II be hove that I am rather good for him Not that Id ever again let him do that sort of thing Besides his curiosity is quenched I am the sort he supposed Now hes found out he will be nice Its been days since Ive had a talk with him He tried to but I wouldnt Besides the major has said nasty things about him when Howard was present nothing definite only hints smiling silences Innuendoes on the verge of matters rather unfit and had nothing definite to refute I could not even appear to understand or notice it was all done In such a horridly vague way But It only made me like him and no doubt that actress he took to the Patroons is better com pany than he finds In nine places out of ten among his own sort Oh said Grace Ferrall slowly if that is the way you feel I dont see why you shouldnt play with Mr Si ward whenever you like Nor I Ive been u perfect fool not to Howard hates him How do you know What u question A woman knows such things Then you remember that caricature so dreadfully like IIoward Howard has no sense of humor He detests such things It was the most dreadful thing that Mr Siward could have done to him Meddled again groaned Grace Doesnt Howard know that I did thatYes but nothing I can say alters his conviction that the likeness was Intended You know It was a likeness And if Mr Siward had not told me that it was not intended I should nev er have believed it to be an accident After a prolonged silence Sylvia said overcarelessly I dont quite under stand Howard With me anger lasts but a moment and then Im open to overtures for peace I think How ards anger lasts It does said Grace He was a muff as a boa prig with a prigs memory under all his shallow showy surface Im frank with you I never could take my cousin either respect fully or seriously but Ive known him to take his own anger so seriously that years after he has visited It upon those who had really wronged him And ho U equipped for retaliation he chooses That fortune of his reaches far Not that I think him capable of using such a power to satisfy a mere personal dis like Howard has principles loads of them but the weapon Is there Is It true that Mr Siward Is Inter ested In building electric roads asked Sylvia curiously Mr Mortimer said 10 Then I suppose he Is Ill ask Kemp If you like Why Isnt It all right to build them I suppose so Howard is In it some how In fact Howards company Is behind Mr Siwards I believe Grace Ferrall turned and looked at the girl beside her laughing outright Oh Howard doesnt do mysterious financial things Besides that if HowanJ is in that thing no doubt Kemp and I are too So your nice young man is Jn very safe company You draw such silly inferences said Sylvia coolly but there was a good deal of color In her cheeks and she knew it and pulled her big motor veil across her face fastening it under her chin all of which amused Grace Ferrall infinitely until the subtler significance of the girls mental processes struck her sobering her own thoughts Sylvia too had grown serious In her preoccupation and the partleudeux terminated a few minutes later in a duet of silence over the teacups In the gunroom A feSv moments later Sylvia glanc ing over her shoulder noticed that A fine misty drizzle had clouded the case ments That meant that her usual evening stroll on the cliffs with Quar rier before dressing for dinner was off And she drew whittle breath of unconscious relief as Marion Pago walked In her light woolen shooting Jacket her hat shoes and the barrels of the i M tuotuwl linear her loft armpit all glimmering irSftiff cairn powdered raladroiis She said something to Grace Ferrall about tho mist promising good point shooting In the morning took the order book from a servant Jotted down horrequest to be called an hour before sunrise filled lIii the gunrooin records with her scorethe species and num er bagged and the number of shells used and accepting the tea offered drew out a tiny cigarette case of sweet bay wood heavily crusted with rose goldWith whom were you shooting asked Grace as Marlon dropped one well shaped leg over the other and wreathed her delicately tanned fea tures In smoke Stephen Siward and BlInky Theyre at it yet but I had some letters to write She glanced leisurely at Sylvia and touched the ash tray with the whitening end of her cigarette That dog you let Mr Slward have is a rood one Im taking him to Jersey next week for time cock shooting Sylvia returned her calm gaze blankly Continued on Page Seven KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery II FOR COUCHSOLDS BOo PRICE do 1 100 ITrial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED Miller Brick Tile Co1 Incorporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v v Main Oflice Rooms 8 and 10 I 00 F Building Owensboro Kentucky Land For Sale- By Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky Town Property Avonuehell2 000 M acres wellwatered In good cottafarm Is just outside of the city limits of Clo fortruckmarket gain for some man Cl 750IfI acres on Hardlnsburg and milesfrombeechtimberBeech never been worked Timber can be LImestoneland yearroundeasy payments R1 OCtO 352 macros on Hardlnsburg and mllenfromonestorydwellingsblacksmith shop all necessary outhouses130 acres under cultivation and pasture 222 acres In timber whIte oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water the year round Onethird cash andgood easy terms on balance 750 PAlm FOR SALEy mile off of Oloverportandlandtwostoryhousetwosprlnltson goDhaabagRoaJno II Sainte Onehalf down rest on easy pay meuts 1 thebranchacresInmeadowor wheat Price 1500 cash For further NewsOloverportLAND FOR SALE FOR SALE1SOacres otland situatednear I fromGarfieldImprovementsrooms1goOd tobacco and stock barn corncrib 4u soldFinepBabbagoOloverport COflA 163 acres 0 miles from Oloverport onOloTerpOrtprovomonts6room dwelling barn 28x38 foot and other out buildings J2 acres In orchard500 bearing trees and 150 young trees 40 acres grlSsbalanceGoodlimestonelandsuitablofortobacco wheat Well located for market Onothlrd cash balance on easv terms CQen 72 aero farm 4K miles from Olo Bowling smalldwelllngs1house and corn crib Ono good cistern and sulphurspringwoods 7 acres in orchard liaised 20000 pounds of tobacco In 1000 sold It at 88 38 and t2 On six acres of tile wood land there are315 merchantable trees It Is a splendid farm for tobacco corn and wheat The uncut ThisIssmall farm splendid surroundedbythe place for some young physician to step busInessAnIs the reason for selling Kor further particulars address JNO V DABDAGE Olover port Ky 600 75 acres situated IHmlles from HoltP Joins Gabo Pierce Midge land In dwelUnKbousefoot 1 neverfalling spring two ponds This Is good tobacco wheat and corn land 20 acres In timber white oak sugartree and fruitGoodroad to Holt IK miles This farm Is not worn thetarm J Meal and Fee JI at Mortons Mill We have just put in late improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner r FOR ALL KINDS OF Foundry Machine Boiler Electrical t Gasoline Boat 11Tin and Galva nized Work Plumbers Mill Boat and Tin ners SuppliesCome Gloverport Foundry Machine Co Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Correspondence Solicited StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes Tiadp by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Expert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May it Co Cannelton Ind MEN AND LADIES OF IeII LEARN WANTED TO TELEGRAPHYand fore has there been such a crying domand for Telegraph Operators Over theItallroadshour law passed by last Congress and going Into effect next March We Absolutely Guarantee Position Un der a 150 Guaranty Bond Salaries range from 155 to fOO permonth for beginners We have standing conItracts to place all our graduates Un der supervision of Railway Officials Main Line Wire 250 miles In length In our schoal rooms Established overIexpensesCatalog NATIONAL TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE CINCINNATI O JEWELRY- The finest and best of all kinds i WatchesClocks ClocksSilverware i HollowareFlatware Musical instruments and findings TICi Lewis Son Hardlnsbure Ky H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at aw HARDINSBURG KY theOourts i t er Special attention given to collections Liceueetot Office over Ban ofUatdtnsburgL- I T rw 1- ItPays iI I t r To AdvertiseEV-td Mr John D Babbage Cloverport Ky Dear Mr BabbageV0 Thei advertising in your paper and the Democrat last week certainly reached the public for we sold more medicine than was ever sold in one week before in Irvington Your paper reached here Wednesday at noon and by Thursday night we had sold our entire stock of Valentine Post Cards not one left in the house I never before realized the importance of newspaper advertising Yours Very TrulyIRVINGTON PHARMACYI f 7 V tl f F i L B Moreman Manager If you have Catarrh rid yourself of this repulsive disease Ask Dr Shoop of Racine Wis to mail you free a trial box of his Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy A single test yill surely tell you a Catarrh truth well worth your knowing Write to day Dont suffer longer Sold by all druggists QUEER TEACHING A Glimpse of the One Time Methods In Scotch Schools joo To the work of supervisor of schools In Scotland Mr John Kerr devoted a number of years In his book Other Memories Old and New he has set down some amusing Illustrations of the unintelligent way in which the school work was sometimes conducted The revised code of education which was introduced in 1SG2 made provision for nothing but reading writing and arithmetic In their barest forms There was no suggestion about grammar geography history or Intelligence In any study Explanation of the reading les son was not demanded and therefore it was neglected in some of the schools The following Is an example The lesson was one giving an ac count of a clever dog which had rescued a child from drowning It was said that the dog was caressed by the parents of the child I asked what was the meaning of the word caressed and the answer came at once Made of fond led On referring to the list of words at the top of the page I found the explanation given was made of fon died Wishing to find out if any child in the class had got a glimmering of the meaning I went from top to bottom and got from every child nothing but made of fond led pronounced as four words to which they attached no meaning whatever The teacher was surprised that I was ypnot satisfied with the intelligence of the teaching DeWitts Car olized Witch Haze Salve is best for cuts burns boils bruises and scratches It is especially good for piles Sold by All Druggists- If you have anything to sell put a want ad in the News C l IN J Quite Useful She has o very useful husband How do you make that oun He can always suggest that be wants for Free Press The Jumping Off Place had me in its I hAd almost reached the jumping ofT place when I was advised to try Dr Kings New and I want to say right now it saved my life began with the first bottle and after taking one dozen bottles Iwas a well and lJlPPY man again says George Moore of N C As A reme dy for coughs and colds and healer of weak sore lungs and for New Discovers is supreme SOc and 100 at Severs drug store Trial bottle free Resigned Too Soon One Missouri lieutenant governor missed the because he resigned too soon When Bates was elected governor there was chosen for lieutenant governor on the same ticket Benjamin n Rives of Howard county Mr Rives held office a few months and resigned Shortly after his Governor Bates died and there being no lieutenant gov ernor the succession fell to the presi dent of the state senate Abraham J Williams of Boone county who served for some six months as governor of Missouri Governor Williams was a preacher a shoemaker and pad one wooden leg Kansas City Star Stop that tickling Cough Dr Shoops Cough Cure will surely stop it and with perfect safety It is so harmless that Dr Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else even with very young babies The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung heal ing shrub furnish the curative to Dr Snoops Cough Cure It calmsthe cough and heals the sensitive bronchial No opiun no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Demand Dr Shoops Take no othtr Sold by All Dealers Mrs E D Charles of Harbor Maine of Bitters says It is a here with us It to be a favorite It gives quick relief in liver mal and Its action on the blood as H makes it useful as a This tonic is sold under at Severs drug store 50c Fees When Collls P was mar ried for the second time Henry Ward the cere mony first wife had been dead less than a year and he de sired the second kept secret until his return from lIe gave Mr a fee of 1500 When returned some months later he went a pub- lIc and Beecher again offici ated He gave Beecher another fee of 1GOTS The great had his bu jnor aroused by his second fee Turn ing to he said Collis I do wish you were a Lyoe Timlte and Talent Ask the Why not use Pain Balm when you have We feel sure that the result will bb and One re lieves the pain and many have been cured by its use 50 cent sizes For sale at Severs dug I I The Retort So this IIs your widely dollar table dhote dinner is It Itldl the would he diner as Ire pushed aside nn entree which lhe could Why thin i alt last plrtfi in the world I voUid recow mend to Dont blame you sir said the sad faced waiter Send your enemies York Pta Soothes skin Heals cuts or burns without a scar Cures piles j eczema salt rheum any Dorms Your sells it i i The Instinct of Design When a cannot mold the shape of an object when he cannot re deem It by a dcslgm when In fact he has no control over its creation at all but it is placed In his hands as It is finished says the author of he will still to add beauty to It merely by I first noticed this on hoard the steamer going out says Mr on a new de sign each day lie folded It Into lots leaves 11111 Into hall opened funs and half shut buds He had one whitI being was more often than the rest The blankets of the bud at top and hot tom two wavy red lines on a white ground By some twist of his fingers the boy would fold that blanket Into the rising sun with the four red lines out of It like blood red rays He did it so that I the flag of Japan the moment I saw ion When the baby is cross and has you worn out you will find that e little the well known for babies and will quiet the little one Iin a short time The are on the bottle no Sold by All A Tenors Rebuke Roger the great French tenor n sen sitive soul was prone to take offense at any slight or not On one he was 1200 francs to sing at the house a Roger sung his song but no one paid him the and the guests to talk their loud est the host the time had come for another song and sent for Roger He could not be found and that was seen no more Nest day there carne n note from him by 1500 francs The note ran like this I have the honor to return the 1200 francs which I for at your function and I beg leave to odd 800 francs thereto for having so great I D 1 FOR NEURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATisMBACKACHE PAIN CHES- TDISTRESSiN STOMACH r SLEEPLESSNESS something dinnerDetroit Consumption grnspand Discovery Improvement Grimesland preventing pneumonia governorship Frederick resignation thoroughly mountainous properties membranes FOR Nchjhbjrhood Favorite speaking Electric neighborhood favorite deserves everywhere dyspepsia complaint kidney derangement nutrition nervousness weakness general debility purifier especially spring medicine grandalterative guarantee Beechers Wedding Huntington Beecher performed marriage Huutlngtons marriage Europe Beecher marriage Huntington through ceremony preacher Huntington Mormon Yourself Question Chamberlains rheumatism prompt satisfactory application permanently 5and storeIVenomous advertised Indignant nutmatInt friends hereNew itching itching Ointment Druggist Japanese Kake- mono contrive nrrangtniipnt- I Edwards tillIchrysanthemums wonderful nrraugemuut patriotic repented steamship company wdnderful coming perfectly recognized ItYouths Compan worriedAnd Cascasweet remedy children ingredients printed plainly Contains opiates Druggists whether intentional occasion engaged Ifor wealthy magnificently financier slightest attention continued Presently thought evening accompanied something received singing youriMILES ANTIPAIN PILLS Headache V TAKE ONE of the Little TabletsII AND THE PAIN is GONE rc Feel languid weak rundown Head ache Stomach offJust a plain case of lazy liver Burdock Blood Bitters tones liver and stomachpromotes digestion purifies the blo- odThe LouisvilleTimes is the livcst afternoon paper published anywhere It prints the news right up to the min ute Four or more editions every day The regular price of The Times is S5 a year but you can get th- eBreckenridge News AND THE- Louisville Times Both One Year For 500 If you will send your order to this paper NOT to The Times If you have HeadacheTry They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no bad Aftereffects 25 Doses 25 CentsJNever SoldIn Bulkt A Reliable Remedy CATARRHElys absorbedGives It cleanses soothes lheals and protects rnhraue Catarrh and drives turelltheLiquidCreamEly Brothers 50 Warren Street New York Louisville Evansville Packet CoIN- COILPOHATD1 Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans yule- Steamers Tell City- Tarascon Wodnesday mLeave10Tuesday6 mThrough freight rates and passenger shipmentsrfrail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville J200 Clpvorport to Evansville 200 Cloverport to Owensboro 100 Splendid accommodations for sloe General Office 54lf Gi58 4th sty Louisville Kv C V WILLIAMS GF and P A Chas F Taylor Receiver Common Sense Exterminators For Rats and Mice Also Roaches and Bed Bugs IIO IT DRIES THEM UPj FOR RAS AD MICE Destroys them under all conditions They eat it in preference to any food No Stench It Dries them up leaving only the pelts S FOR ROACIIES AND BED BUGS They eat it and it kills them Results are permanent No danger in using It is a paste not a powder- Is easy to apply- Is the cheapest as so little is required Jno D Babbage CLOVERPORT KY 4 I h- H 5 w = + lwtr ins rJ THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY EEBRUARY 19 1908 ABOUT MEN WHO ARE DOING THINGS Chas May Foster Heyser and Sam Conrad are very busy getting ready for the Knights of pythias banquet to be given tomorrow night at Oelzes Hall 000 P D Plank Master Mechanic of the Henderson Route shops always did and has not quit during the panic Jiving money to church subscriptions and see ing that ministers are paid in full when it comes to his part Just recently he had a load of coal hauled to the Methodist parsonage and it was a com plete surprise to the Rev Currie 000 Fred May is enjoying the cash system in the meat market 000 Chas B Skillman has been receiving the quarterly collections from the Methodist church members during W H Bowmers absence 000 Judge Wills is able to be out in town after fighting attacks of grip for several weeks 000 There is probably not a man in town who enjoys flowers as much as Chas Furrow He rarely over sees one un less he notices it in every particular and he has flowers growing at his home the year round 000 Carl Lishen has not been in the meat business long but he comes by the butchers trade naturally having handled the butchers knife over since he was largo enough to walk He is having a fair trade at his shop in the West End oo o D H Seven Isi now being calledjj Mud severs having recently been given that name by his young friend Eudaily Currie j 000 Even body knows that John A Ross is a fine engineer a successful farmer andli hurch member but it isntI every TO who has learned of his ability as a Wai kstnith carpenter ands knife maker At his home in the East End is a handsome rocking chair that he made him elf It is of ash wood and mission Nt vie The butcher knives he maki uf beauties and lucky is the person vlin gets to claim one He makes I one very now and thenfor a gift to a frien1 IT relative Mr Ross has a very convenient little blacksmith shop in his buck yard 000 yshemore in his life and M he isnt very old prospects are good for him 000 OConnell like other men is finding out that advertising is the way to soil groceries dry goods and anything else 000 Wednesday of last week L McGavock vhotor several years has been traveling salesman for Cabell Bayse Co Lou isville resigned his position with them to represent Otter Company whole sale groceries of the same city The change will be more lucrative for him and he will also have the same territory geting home once a week Mr Mc Gavock is one of the few men on the road who has the advantage of getting home so often 000 Dr Forrest Lightfoot is a lover of fine stationary and the kind he uses carries out his good taste of colors and design His letter heads and envelopes are of handsome linen paper in gray typebeinggood stationery is most extensive and leadingbusiness 000 Men who prosper in life labor hard while other men are idle who are act ing while others are striving with indecision 000 Competition is the cutting of prices in Irvington and Dick Hardaway has his nerve when it comes to selling tulu Cne store in that city commenced sell ing KisMe gum two bunches for five Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot touch the diseased iwrtlou of the oar There Is only ono way to cure deafness and that Is by con stitutional remedies Dearness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of tin Eustachian Tube When this tube is Inflamed you hun a rumbling sound or Im perfect hearing and when It Is entirely closed UoMfuuBS Is the result and unless the Inflammation can he taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition hearing will bo destroyed forever nine cases out of ton aro caused by Oatarrh which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free FJ Cheney Co Toledo O Sold bylDruRRlstS 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation l- Ys cents then another made three for five now Hardaway is selling five bunches of fresh KisMe gum for one nickle Gum fiends even some of Cloverport are giving Mr Hardaway the rush 000 In addition to his meat market M Winn has gone in to the wholesale pro duce business as is announced in his ad in the News 000 Theodore Shapinsky was in Louis ville Sunday and while there he was given a splendid offer by D Christil Co ofEvansville Ind Mr Christil wants him to represent his house as traveling salesman and Mr Shapinsky will probably accept the situation He is now having an auction sale of his George Washington the father of our great and gloriII ous country loved for his tism and loyalty and honored for theInI week and as ho was a bulwark of strength to our country in its time of need so are we to our customers in financial matters Bank of Cloverport CLOVERPORT KY ImportantNotice Trains 117 118 Clo verportLouisville weekend accommodation will be withdrawn from the service commencing with train no 117 Sunday Feb ruary 16 1908 Trains 147 8 will maintain the the same daily schedule between Cloverport and EvansvilleL G P A- LOOKro Mj1L Never before was such an offer ever made to the people as I am now offer ing them A full line of Selz leath er boots Felt boots Gum boots and a full line of Rubbers at 10 per cent below cost u Selz leather boots 3 50 at 2 sW Selz It u gum boots 400 at 300 Sehiwcstn gum boots 350 at 2K5 Sclznn boy gum boots 300 at 240 Selxnn felt boots 300at22K Common felt boots 200 at 159 Sclziui all gum shoe 200 at LOs Selx westn gum shoe 175 at 142 Mens Ladies and Childrens storm slippers at same reduced prices Remember you will have to have gum boots and shoes through the big water andmud now on hand goods In his store in thte city After the close of it he will visit tils father a- Do t Gonia Spring Ind 000 The Masons had a large meeting Fri day afternoon and night A fine was served to which several visitg members were invited Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand storehouse stock of goods good will etc yearPostsI about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a goodl business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS Gus Dowell pleaded guilty of the charge of unlawfully taking the property of another andwas fined 10 and costs Jack Wilkerson charged with detain ing a woman was found not guilty Pleas Finley was fined 30 and costs on a charge of disturbing religious wor shipJess Harsley and John Carter pleaded guilty to the charge injuring aud destroying I i the property of another and each was fined 10 and costs The petit jurors for the term are Tom BlaIn L G Marr N S Mercer Allen Newby Jim McCoy Sam Adkisson Bill Adkisson Z T Hardin MiltWhitworth Clint Dowell S H Dix H M Beard Jim Flood H C Waggoner Henry Clark Frank Walker Coral Board B F McCoy Milt Basbam D S Miller Fletcher Mercer J W Storm Frank Lyons A C Glasscock Judge Chelf was called home Wednesday on account of the illness of his wife Governor Wilson appointed Judge J A Deane of Owensboro as special Judge to preside over the remainder of theses don Jerome Parker colored charged withI unlawfully willfully and uialaciously hooting at another with a shotgun with ntent to kill but without wounding the erson so shot at was found guilty and lis punishment was fixed at one year in t the penitentiary I II tbe three Powell brothers yet to be tried have been granted separate trials this term the date set for the trial is to day Wednesday Feb 19 As the sheriff is related to Robert Miller who was killed the court appointed Wm F Beauchamp and Eugene Sill elisors to summon a special veuiro of seventy five men to report at 9 oclock today From this number together with the nine men of the petit jury who were ordered to reo port this morning it is expected that a jury will be secured before whom the coca will be tried The time hus not been set for Wheeler and Walter Powells trial The cases of Butler Butler and of D C Heron vs the L H St L Ry Co were dismissed settled Tice Tucker was granted an absolute divorce from Hattie K Tucker Vannah Green was granted an absolute divorce from John K Green and restored I to her maiden name Vannah Tucker The Grand Jurj returned the follow ing indictments Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Obe Lewis maliciously shooting another Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Evan Carman striking and wounding Commonwealth cf Kentucky vs H IC Turnpike Co and R L Newsom suffering turnpike roa to be and to re mnin unfit for public travel C mmon wealth of Kentucky vs Bryant Baum malaciously cutting another Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Lucy Carnary petit larceny- Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Frank j Kinney breach of peace Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Chas Wilson maliciously cutting nctherII Commouwealth of Kentucky vs JohnII Brown disturbing lawful assembly Commonwe ilth of Kentucky vs H rII dinsburg Cloverport Turnpice Co suffering road to be and to remain unfit for travel The Grand Jury reports the jail and other public property in good conditiontt and well kept except that house r of leaks No court Monday nor Tuesday of this week nor but little else this term except the trial of VandyuiMle Powell which begins today c The petit jury was dismissed Sat r day except the nine who were retained to appear today The cases against Bud and Jude Logs don for gpming were dismissed because of failure of proof The L H St L Ry Co was fined 00 on each of our counts for vio lating the local option law The casd against L D Addison for failing to list his land was dismissed as it was showy that Mr Addison is and was a resident and voter in Breckinridge county The case of the Commonwealth vs John H Coke charged with the murder of John H Coke continued because the mandate of the Court of Appeals was not received in time to authorize the trial of the case at the present term It has been set for the second day of the May term Many sufferers from nasal catarrh say they get splendid results by using an atomizer For their benefit we prepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Except that it is liquid it is in all respects like the healing helpful painallaying Cream Balm that the public has been familiar with for years No cocaine nor other dangerous drug in it The soothing spray is a remedy that relieves at once All druggists 75c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Ii Vital Principles t t E lG9Er4id6C1lL We want your trade when In need 01 tt DRUGSand Medicines 1 or- Druggists Sundries m firstclassm ijU yo- urPrescriptions Best candies in town fresh m oranges and lemons always stockIm for everybody and every occasio- nS I m m P ParkS Co mFIrstStreet Drug Store 1RVINQTON KENTUCKY EVERY DETAIL of the milling of Cadfcks Gold Dust Flour is supervised by expert millers Every bushel of wheat that is used is the best that can be qbtalned The Flour is the finest product of modern milling methods Thousands of housewives are now using it with the very greatest of satisfactionIf have not tried it you are missing a great deal C GrandviewaI I r AOIbNtThe 1 t I sisting o- fClothing Shoes Hats and- FURNISHINGSwill be closed out at Auction Sale beg- insSaturday Feb 22nd- at 10 oclock and continues daily I until April 1st EVERYTHING GOES REGARDLESS OF PRICE t liLiuL 4 Lu Tii 3 3i Tints Pills stimulate the TORPID LIVBR I strengthen the digestive organs regulate the bowels and are unIequaled as an- ANTIBILIOUS MEDICINE I la malarial districts their virtues are widely recognized as they possess peculiar properties hi freeing thesystem from that poison Elegantly sugar coated Take No Substituter==15he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEB 5 1908 PERSONALAND LOCAL Read Shspinsky Bros ad Go to Shapinsky Bros to the auction Go to Shapinskys auction for bar gainsMiss Elizabeth Skinman returned home from Louisville Saturday night Mrs Shelby Conrad will be hostess to the girls club this afternoon Owen Hunter of Philadelphia is the guest of Miss Ray He ser Muriel Morrison went to Lewisport Monday to visit his sister Mrs Wm jfutchen Leonard Reynolds Weatherholt is ill at the home of his parents Mr and MIl Marion Weatherholt Miss Annie Jarboe left Saturday for Bowling Green to visit her sister Miss Mary JJurboe Miss Jesse Carr of EHzabethtown is the guest of her sist r Mis J Proctor Keith J C Morris o1 Hawesville has been assisting in the work at the passenger depot during the illtess of Mr II Behen Au iui formal dance was enjoyed by the young girls of the West End Satur day night t the home of Mss Jennie Mable Harris Rev Ha es the presiding Elder of the Methodist Church delivered a short sermon Sunday night ard spent Monday here on business Miss Marttm Willis was hostess to an informal fortytwo party Monday eve ning of last week The guests were Muses Jennie Mabel Hatris Claudia Pate Reba Lewis and May Hejser Messrs Tom Ferry George Windelkin Harry Weatherholt and Stuart Babbuge There is no evidence of a pauiclat the Cloverport Hottl which is under the management of Mrs Henry Pate Thirty eight persons took supper there Thurs day night and the general average of boarders is between twentyfive and thirty Mi and Mrs Pate and their attractive daughters make the hotel like a home for their boarders is the reason of its prosperity Mrs Cordrey and daughter Miss Bertha loft Thursday for their hqme in EHzabethtown a ter a pleasant stay with Mr aud Mrs James Cordrey When speaking to a representative of the News Mrs Cordrey said she wanted it stated in the News columns that she was charmed with the Cloverpoit people and hoped God would ble s them Mrs Cordrey was a delightful womau and she and her charming daughter made many friends during their visit hen The Lucky Thirteen were beautifully entertained club afternoon at the home of the Misses Plank St Valentines day was celebrated by the guests mak ing and writing valentines The house was decorated with hearts and the luncheon was served from the dining table which was lighted with candles and artistically arranged in accordance with the St Valentine ideaHeartshaped sandwiches hot chocolate and home made candies were relished by tbe guests who were Misses Ray Heyser Margaret Burn Lula Severs Annie Jarboe Jennie Mabel Harris Mattie Willis Cleona Weatberholt Louise Babbage and Mes dames Walter Oelze Shelby Conrad and Harry Newsom Subsc jbe for the News Read Gardner Bros ad Read Gardner Bros big ad GeO ge Jolly was in twn lust week Mrs Dolly Father and family are visit inlin Henderson Jno T Ditto of Decatur was here Thursday Wick Moorman was in Louisville last weekGuaranteed 68 test gasolene at the Foundry 15c per gallon Shapinsky is giving you the last chance to get bargains Mr Frank Shellman of Holt is ill of lugrippe at this writing Mi1 Zack Hardin of Holt spent the past two weeks in Hardinsburg Gasolene at the Cloverport Foundry lachine Co at 15c per gallon Mrs Julian Brown has been very ill for two weeks but her condition is mucU hnpioveci this week Mr and Mrs Austin Pate of Stephens port left for their home Sunday after a spurt visit to Mr and Mrs R J Mat tinglyLet us have your order for gasolene 15c per gallon Mail orders noliciied anti promptly filledCloverport Foundry Machine Co Miss Eloise Nolte an attractive and popular young girl of the East End is able to resume her studies at school after quite a siege of illness Mrs M H Fontaine of Louisville who has been visiting her sister Mrs J T Skillman of Cloverport and her mother Mrs Hardin of Holt the past few weeks has returned home The social committe of the Epworth League will celebrate the anniversary of George Washingtons birthday in the reception rooms of the Methodist church Friday night All Leaguers are cordially invited The followiuc invitations have been received in the city Mrs Edwin Hodge At Hone February fifteenth threethirty to four thirtyTo v Mrs C H Dishman Henderson Journal Subscribe for the News Young Men and Ladies Young men and ladies with ambition should learn telegraphy Under the new 8hour law which goes into effect next March over 18000 additional tel egraphers are required by the railroads in the United States Positions pay from 60 to SO per month to beginners You can qualify in three or four months time For full details write to the National Telegraph Institute Cincin nati Ohio CUSTER George Lucas meat house was destroyed by fire some timeafter midnight Friday night Except saving four sides of pleat everything was entirely lost There was no insurance on the house The fire was caused by a piece of mtat falling into a kettle of hot coals lelt in the house in smoking tbe meat it blazingand setting the house on fire Mr Lucas had slaughtered seven hogs for his years meat this with other pro visions stored away for the family use and all of the lard was burned Mrs Alf Taylor is still confined to her bed with the grippe Mr A B Suter is convalescing Sat up a little on Sunday for the first time Joe Tt ut weut to Louisville and slipped back home before people knew ho had been away from home Joe has to be secret because people suv he is jing ling his nuptial bells There is another strong democrat at J L Mitchams come to stay They are considering a name for the little gentThat egg business was the biggest fraud you ever heard of But it had be lievers and disbelievers all the same For a while things looked like there was room for believing That insurance agent surely was a slick trick player Earnest Meador caught up with him though Dont neglect your cough Statistics show that in New York City alone over 200 people die every week from consumptionAnd of these consumptives might be living now if they had not neglected the warning cough You know how quickly Scotfj Emulsion enables you to throw off a coughor cold ALL DRUGGISTS i sac AND 100 MAY WIPE IT OFF THE EARTH Simple Home Made Treatment Said To Overcome Rheumatism When an eminent authority announc ed to the Scranton Pa Times that heI had found a new way to treat that dread American disease Rheumatism with just common everyday drugs found in any drug store the physicians were slow indeed to attach much im portance to his claims This was only a few months ago Today nearly every newspaper in the country even the metropolitan dallies is announcing it and the splendid results achieved It is so simple that any one can prepare it at home at small cost It is made up as follows Get from any good prescrip tion pharmacy Fluid Extract Dande liononehalf ounceCompound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsapar illa three ounces Mix by shaking in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime These are all simple ingredients making an absolutely harmless home remedy at little cost Rheumatism as every one knows is a symptom of deranged kidneys It is a condition produced by the failure of the kidneys to properly filter or strain from the blood the uric acid and other matter which if not eradicated either in the urine or through the skin pores remains in the blood decomposes and forms about the joints and muscles causing the untold suffering and de formity of rheumatism This prescription is said to be a splendid healing cleansing and invig orating tonic to the kidneys and give almost iimmediate relief in all forms of bladder and urinary troubles and back ache He also warns people in a lead ing New York paper against the dis criminate use of many patent medi cines e r 4 1 WANTED I I 50I1 Cattle to feed ttHead steers or heif t Would buy a few young dry Cowsii I For Sale or Trade JA few Horses and J I lutes Also one sad dle and harness Stal lion t OnceffWrite or Phone at BEARD BROS I HARDINSBURO KY r1IJj Henderson Route Notes Special Weekend Excursion Fares Eerv Saturday trains 113 114 UsI Bud 118 and all trains Sundays Round I trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates j to local points good to return Sunday Home Seekers Rates I To the West and South West first and I third Tuesdays via L H St L L H St L Reduced Rates One way Colonist rates to California April30thto West and Southwest February 4 to 18 March 3 and 1- 7PATESVILLE James Lynch was ill several days of last week Miss Nell Fawver was ill of lagrippe a few days of last week Several of the famers near town are preparing their tobacco for market Dr R W Frymire one of our busi est physicians has been indisposed for several days- Messrs Hilous and Jean Basham of Dukes attended church here Tuesday eveningJimmie Lyons of Danvilie Illwasthe guest of friends and relatives here I last Sunday Otis Kinder of Tobinsport Ind spent several days here with whoII and friends returned home John Newton of Cloverport was the guest of his cousin Miss Emma Clark several days of last week Mr and Mrs N Starks Jr and children attended church here Sunday and were guests of his parents Mr and Mrs N Starks Sr A grand revival is now in progress at the M E church Rev Bennett of ficiating and Bro Dear of Hartford having care over songs and is also organistMrs Etta Marlow entertained sever al of her friends to dinner Wednesday guestsMissesElsie Lamb Lula Kincaid and Mrs Jesse PulHam 6 Wants+ 7FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline EnRlnes MARTIN GABLE 510 3rd Street Louisville Kv FOR SALEIarm vt 2G acres In Ilardin county on NoUn river iBO acres bottom land U room house large barn 125 ocr acre Immediate possession Address Box 164 Ellxabetr town Ky FOR SALESaw Mill One 15 h p port riglogtor cash a bargain for any one wanting any thing In this line Call on or write me at Cloverport Ky E T PATE thepImprovementCUlupallYCloverport Foundry M All of std ate k Is valuable and paying a good dividend V G BABHAOE Atty Cloverport Ky rrI HIGHESTGASH III Paid at Winns Meat Market for BUTTER EGGS and t PRODUCE Come to me for cash for your produce Come to me for the best Meat 11-1- JJ M Cloverport W1NN Ky tt- L V4 J To Whom It May Concern I IijHn Wiling tto Make the Following PnclJsI Suit per batrrelSII 50 Cement per tarrelI 30 Royal Fence 47 in high 100 rods30 00 The Hartielleckner Plow No 12u 13 each 1 1200 plow3731horseKentucky Plow C 000500Ke- ntucky Plow PO 3 00 sq115Rolej per square275Lin-seed Oil per gal 60 New Erie Point per gal 150 Oliver Chilled plow furnish priceEmpire 1250 A nice little line of harness priceWill Brake Fertilizer which will have 10 per cent Phosporic acid and 4 per cent Potash which I will sell for about per ton 2200 Smooth Wire No 11 per 100 pounds 300 Barb Wire 80 rod length 240 Flour straight grade520M- eal per bushel80Bes- ides the above epecifi d ar ticles we have a nit e line of Groceries which we make good pricts Will give special atten tion to telephone or mail orders Will close by thanking our cus tomers for the past pleasant business i and asking them for a continuance We remain as ever J A Gray Co Harned Ky 4 c MEET MEAT NOLTES i Do the Spring Sewing Now You will enjoy the work better After awhile it will be too warm Here are some of our late arrivals Silk Ginghams for Waists Plaid and Figured Madras for Waists and Shirts Wool Panama Dress Goods White Dress Linen Curtain Swiss white and colors Swiss Embroidery White Goods J C Nolte L Bro Cloverport Ky MIAM A GASOLINE ENGINES FOR SALE I Calland see sample engine Cloverport Planing Mill r V J7 1 J REMEMBER WE SAVE YOU DOLLARS BY DIVIDING PROFIT WITH YOU i Peruna 83c per bottle Peruna the great remedy iII in LaQrippe Catarrh and Stomach troubles I We sell for 83c others sell for 90c and 100 Oil Butter Milk soap 2Ic per box 11Laua where for 25 and 30c per box SoldII we say we divide profit with you itPut us to the test and see if we I itr We sell for cash buy for cash11nlean patrons the benefit dontII COME IN AND SAVE MONEYtt IrVinPharmacyb I L B Moremen Manager Cut Rate Drug Store Mail Orders Solicited f tt1 = 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 Re M JOLLY Irvington Ky I crC TCd h h J 1 LAUGHTER ANALYZED The Observations of a Man With a Sensitive Ear Of course you have heard said the wan with a sensitive ear a laugh that Jarred I dont mean he contin reedso much a laugh at an Inoppor tune tlmeI Imagine we have all heard touch laughsas a laugh the quality of which is unpleasant There Is some thing contagious In laughter of the right kind even though you may be the object of It It bubbles trom the well of good burner There Is no hid den thought or arrlere pensee as the French say behind It It Is the es fence of frankness it Is spontaneous and whole souled and It cleanses the system of the laughter and too of the hearer like a spiritual bath But there are other kinds of laugh ter The sneering laugh is perhaps the most familiar Then there is a quiet laugh a sibilant secretive sort of laugh that Is quite as certain to mean mischief Another laugh disagreeable In Its nature is the high pitched nervous caculnnation that comes either from em barrassment or Is a more vocal habit The worst laugh of nil however to my mind is that mirthless sound pro yoked by the distress or embarrassment of others and it rasps naturally most of all the object calling it forth A person laughed at and hurt never forgets the experience New York Press HUMAN LOVE The One Joyous Impulse That Rules the Whole Wide World There lives somewhere in the depths of every human heart the divine spark that we call love It Is the voice of the universe slumbering In Its narrow cell to be awakened by a whisper or to cry out In dear desire and hear the echo ing answer from another soul With out It life would be a pale relentless episode Without Its quickening force no temples would be reared by human bands yet hovels wherein It dwells become more glorious than palaces Am bition fame and fortune are Its slaves It chains the mind In sweet imprison ment makes credulity a guardian queen and lulls suspicion to repose Xo censorship of right or wrong can light the way of love It walks in pathways all Its own It laughs at reason and dispels despair It Is the lisping word of children the puzzle of philosophers the talisman of rulers 1It Is the first and last of life murmured at the cradle cherished nt the grave It Is the rainbow after tears the euro for every sorrow the one Joyous Im pulse that rules the whole wide world Wade Mountfortt In Era Magazine What To Do When Bilious The right thing to do when you feel bilious is to take a dose of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse the stomach and rogulate the 11 s ar and bowels Try it Price 25 cents Samples free at severs drug store Despair What do you want o the editor asked the ofllce boy blocking up the doorwayI e a manuscript poem said the long haired caller which I wish to submit for his Inspection The ofllce boy closed the door but re appeared a moment later Notbln dolne aint println1 no poetry now he said slamming the door In the callers face Bard out exclaimed the poet tear ing his hnlr- Chestnut1 yelled the boy over the partition Ive beard that un before Chicago Tribune IIn Washington- I made a glaring error today sigh ed the cabinet lady Hows that Inquired the departmental lady- I glared at a woman I should have Ignored completely Louisville Cou rier Journal Pain Weakens Headache rheumatism neuralgia or pains of any nature weaken the sys temthey are a strain up on the nerves Almost instant relief can be ob tained by taking Dr Miles AntiPain Pills and with out any bad aftereffects Take one on first indica tion of an attackit will ward it off They are a pleasant little tablet sold by druggists everywhere 25 doses 25 cents never sold in bulk- I was subject to constant hoad aohw for a period of four years At times I was almost unfitted for tho work in which I am engaged that of station agent Through the advice of a friend I tried Dr Mlles Anti Pain PlllB and the result has been that I have entirely eradicated my system of those continuous headaches that follow a continual mental strain They have done for me all that Is claimed for them O L RUSSELL Agt C N W Ry Battle Creek la Z have used Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills for a year now for neuralgia and find there Is nothing like them They surely have been a blessing to me MRS M J HAMILTON Upper Alton Ills Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to return the price of first package only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind This woman says Lydia E Pinkhanis Vegetable Compound saved her life Read her letter Mrs T C Willadsen of Manning Iowa writes to Mrs Pinkham It I can truly say that Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound saved my life and 1 cannot express my gratitude to you in words For years I suffered with the worst forms of female com plaints continually doctoring and spending lots of money for medicine without help I wrote you for advice followed it AS directed and took Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and it has restored me to perfect health Had it not been for you I should have been in my grave today I wish every suffering woman would try it 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 pasiti vely cured thousands ol women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulcera tion fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear indilestiondizzinessol Why dont you try it Mrs Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Mass Censure or praise cannot affect a mill who knows himself correct Baltimore American DONT WAIT Take Advantage of Kentucky Citizens Experience Before Its Too Late When the back begins to ache Dont wait until backache becomes chronicTill kidney troubles develop Till urinary troubles destroy nights restMrs L B Taylor of 810 East Jeffer son St Louisville Ky says Several years ago FJcontracted a cold which settleclPin my kidneys I suffered a groat deal from pains across my back loins and was also much annoyed by the too frequent action of the kidney secretions especially at night I steadily grow worse began to be annoyed by dizziness and a feeling of languor and depression I procured Doans Kidney Pills and felt relief from the first I continued the treatment and was soon cured I gave a statement to this effect in 1900 and am glad to confirm same at this time for the cure has proven to be a permanent one For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other Well Tested It seems to me that I have beard most of the Ideas advanced in your speech before That said Senator Sorghum merely goes to show that they are good lIdeas which will stand wear and tear Washington Star Many Sleepless Nights Owing to a Persis tent Cough Relief Found at Last For several winters past my wife has been troubled with a most persistent and disagreeable cough which invariably extended over a period of several weeks and caused her many sleepless nights writes Will J Hayner editor of the Burley Colo Bulletin Various remedies were tried each your with no beneficial results Iu November last the cough again put iu an appearance and my wife acting on the suggestion of a friend purchased a bottle of Chamber laius Cough Remedy The result was indeed marvelous After three doses the cough entirely disappeared and has not manifested itself since This remedy is for sale at Severs drug store Isolated Greece Greece Is an Isolated country of 25 011 square miles that supports a popu lation of souse 2500000 people It has no railroad connection with any other country and being cut off from the rest of Europe by the mountains of Turkish Macedonia on the north nil commerce Is by sea The principal ports are Piraeus the port for Athens Patrns and Vole on the mainland and the island ports of Syra and Corfu Tho Greeks probably number all told 8000000 of whom about 4000000 are In Turkey I suffered habitually from constipa tion Doans Regulets relieved strengthened the bowels so that andII have been regular ever sinceA Davis grocer Sulphur Springs Texas j 4 AN INGLORIOUS WOUND I The Hard Luck That Was Handed Out to the Old Veteran On one of the volunteer ranges In the north of England Is a well known old Irish sergeant who baa charge It way be mentioned that he went through three warsthe Crimean the nillun mutiny and the Chinese and during the whole of that time never received a single wound Old W us he Is called occasionally acts as a marker at the targets and his utter recklessness has become n proverbHe been known to walk forth from behind the mantelet without the slightest warning and touch up a bulls eye which did not quite satisfy him or to note the exact position of a shot At nit remonstrances he would sniff contemptuouslyI Mo be shot Me he would ask Why Ive bin through three war rs and was never shot yet Pah Phwats u bit o lend flying through the air And he would assume an air of dis gustIt actually occurred however at last and he was shot through the shoulder For a moment as frequently hap pens with rifle shots such Is their ter rible force he lid not know he was struck then when he observed the blood streaming down his sleeve be commenced to walk down the range right in the line of fire It was seen that something was wrong and they hurried to meet him As he did so be tottered and had to be carriedShot he groaned with a look of shame Shot and by a Saturday after noon soldlerlLondon TitBits Save Money by Buying Chamberlains Cough Remedy You will pay just as much for a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy as for any of the other cough medicines but you save money In buying it The sav ing is in what you get not what you pay The suretocuteyou quality is in every bottle of this remedy and you get good results when you take it Ne glected colds often develop serious con ditions and when joubuy a cough medicine you want to be sure you are getting one that will cure your cold Chamberlains Cough Remedy always cures Price 25 and 50 cents a bottle For sale at Severs drug store A Reversal What will happen when women ruleAmong other things I presume fa therinlaw jokes will come Into style Louisville CourierJournal Cheapest accident insuranceDr Thomas Eclectric Oil Stops the pain and heals the wound All druggists sell it No Option Barber pausing In the mutllatlbn Wlll you have a close shave sir Vie tim with a gaspilf I get out of this chair alive I shall certainly consider 1t a very close shave e Use DeWitts Little Early Risers pleasant little pills They Are easy to take Sold by All Druggists QyPut Your Money where It will grow under your own control and prow taRter than In any other sat way Write for our free bcoklet N which tolls all about how to Bank by Mall safely and conveniently from any part of the State We pay 5 per cent Interest annually Our capital se cures you Slow andcareful makes good Sorting new factory clip pings for COUPON BOND 6UPK1 BK the De Luxe Business Paper is made in the slow oldfashioned semihandmade way from clean white new shirt cuttings From the careful sorting of even these perfect ragsto the finished sheet theres more thought and care and pride expended in making EHPW BK1I2I than on any other bond paper Made in the same way for 30 yearsno other paper is so fit to back up yourgray matter as The firms that use COUPON BOKO are the firms that uo other paper will suit Order 500 sheets and envelopes from us and enjoy complete letter satisfaction The Breckenridge News 1CLOYIRPORT KY Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls curacres and lessens ambition beauty vigor druggists and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid out order or diseasedKidney has become so prevalent It Is not uncommon for a child to born afflicted with weak kid neys If child often if the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause the difficulty Is kidney and the first step should towards the treatment these important organs This unpleasant is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men made mis erable with kidney and bladder remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized It is sold by in fifty cent and one dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mall neys arc of trouble that be the urinates too be of trouble be of trouble are trouble tree also pamphlet tell nome of BrampRoot ing all about it Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Khmer k Co Binghamton N Y be sure and nentlon this paper Dont make any mistake but remember th name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and tho address Binghamton N Y l l n drr tnttln iINTERESTING INSTRUCTIVE Correct English How to Use it A Monthly Magazine Devoted to the Use of English JOSEPHINE TURCH BAKER Editor PARTIAL CONTENTS Course in Grammar How to Increase Ones Vocabulary The Art of Convocation Shall and Will Should and Would How to Use them Pronunciations Century Dictionary Correct English in the Home Correct English in the School What to Say and What Not to Say Course in Letter Writing and Punctu atin- Twenty Daily Drills Business English for the Business Man Compound fiords How to Write Them Studies in English Literature AGENTS WANTED si00 a Year Send IOc for Sample Copy CORRECT ENGLISH Evanston i- llStWA YOU SHOULD USE AS MUCH CARE IN SELECTING A DRUGGIST TO FILL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS AS YOU DO A DOCTOR 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transaction for her had been a business one on the surface only She had never meant to use the check She had laid It away among a few letters relics pleasant souvenirs of the summer To her the affair had been softened by a delicate hint of intimacy the delight he was to take in something that had once beeu hers had given her a faint taste of the pleasure of according pleasure to a man And this is what he had done In ouoj and twos the guests reported as the dusk curtained fog closed In on Buotovcr Quarrier came dry as a chip under his rain coat but his silky beard was wet with rain and moisture powdered his long soft eyelashes and white skin and his flexible fingers as he drew oft his gloves seemed startling In their whiteness through the gather gloomr our evening walk Is out of the question he said standing by Sylvia who had nodded a greeting and then turned her head rather hastily toI see who had entered the room It was Siward only a vague shape In the gloom but perfectly recognizable to her At the same moment Marlon Page rose leisurely and strolled toward the billiard room Our walk repeated Sylvia ab sently Its raining you know Yet only a day or two ago she had walked to church with Slward through the COULD NOT WALK FOR FOUR MONTHS Mass of Itching Burning Humor on AnklesFeet Fearfully Swollen Opiates Alone Brought Sleep Many Treatments Failed but TORTURES OF ECZEMA YIELDED TO CUTICURA Cuticura Remedies are all you claim them to be I had eczema for over two years I had two physicians but they only gave me relief for a short time a and I cann dt enumerate the ointments and lotions I used to no purpose My ankles were ono moss of sores The itching and burning were so intense that Icould not sleep I could not walk for mrhusbandcura Remedies After using them three tunes I had tho best nights rest In monde unless I took an opiate I used ono set of Cuticura Soap Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Resolvent Pills and my ankles healed In a short time It is now a year since I used Cuti curs and there has been no return of the eczemaIsmall lump in tho corner of my eye for over a year which was very and got larger all the time Ithought I would try Cuticura Soap and Ointment on it and now it is gone I am seventythree years old and have lived on the farm I now occupy for twentyseven years Cuticura Remedies are the safest and most reliable I have ever used for all skin humors Mrs David Brown Locke Crawford Co Ark May 18 and July 13 1007 DISFIGURED For Life Is the Despairing Cry of Thousands Of flldntorttired and disfigured vIe time of humors eczemas totters and rashes who have tried and found wanting many remedies and who have lost faith In all To such Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills appeal with Irresistible force They are absolutely pure fiweet gentle and wholesome They afford immediate relief in the most dis tressing cases and point to a speedy cure when all else fails Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor ot Infanta Children and Adults consists ot Cuticura Soap 25c to Clennie the Skin CUUcura Ointment 60a to heat the Skin and CUUcura olvenH6oclor In the form Chocolate Ooated to Purity the Blood old ChemPJftf Cuticura Soot en aids Dliestit rain tine Irritated major reeling oDiig edt go with tfieh HeV cfreVfofl6wr ed Slwardtf figure suddenly dark against the door of the lighted hill Hard room then brilliantly Illuminated as he entered nodded acceptance to Mortimers invitation and picked up the cue Just laid aside by Agatha Caithness who had turned to speak to Marion His fiancees inattention was not agreeable to Quarrier A dozon things had happened since his arrival which had not been agreeable to him her failure to meet him at the Fells Cross ing and the reason for her failure and her informal acquaintance with fal ward whose presence at Shotover ho had not looked for and her sudden intimacy with the man he had never particularly liked and whom within six mouths he had come to detest and to avoid In a few years Indifference to Sl ward had changed to passive disap proval that again to an emotionless dislike and when the scandal at the Patroons club occurred for the first time in his life he understood what It was to fear the man ho disliked For If Siward had committed the Insane Imprudence which had cost him his title to membership he had also done something knowingly or otherwise which awoke in Quarrier a cold slow fear and that fear was dormant but present now and It for the time being dictated his attitude and bearing toward the man who might or might not be capable of using viciously a knowl edge which Quarrier believed that ho must possess For that reason when It was not possible to avoid Siward his bearing toward him was carefully civil Si lence was always desirable to Quar rier Silence concerning all matters was a trait inborn and congenially cultivated to a habit by him in every affair of UfeIn business In leisure In the methodical pursuits of such pleasures as a limited intellect permit ted him lu personal and family mat tens In public questions and financial problemsHe always but never Invited confidences He had no opinion to express when Invited And he became very very rich And over It all spread a thin mem brane of vanity nervous not Intel lectual sensitiveness for all sense of humor was absent in this man whose smile when net a physical effort was automatically and methodically respon sive to certain fixed cues A sudden rain squall noisy against the casements had darkened the room Then the electric lights broke out with n mild capdlellke luster and Quarrier standing beside Sylvias chair dlscov trod it to be empty It was not until he had dressed for dinner that he saw her again seated on the stairs with Marion Page a new appearance of Intimacy for both women who heretofore had found nothing except a passing civility In common Marlon explained that Siward was too busy to do any southern shooting which was why he was glad to have her polish Sagamore on Jersey wood cockI thought It was not good for a dog to be used by anybody except his mas ter said Sylvia carelessly Only second raters suffer Besides I have shot enough now with Mr Si ward to use his dog as he does He Is an agreeable shooting companion smiled Sylvia He is perfect answered Marlon coolly The only test for a thorough bred Is the field He rings true They exchanged carefully Impersonal views on Siwards good qualities for a moment or two Then Marlon said bluntly Do you know anything In particular about that Patroons club affairNo said Sylvia nothing In par ticularNeither do I and I dont care to I mean that I dont care what he did and I wish that gossiping old majorI would stop trying to hint It to My uncle Oh I forgot Beg your pardon you know but the major hinted that tho womanthe one who figured in ItIs rather exclusively Mr Siwards property And nil through dinner an Indefinitely unpleasant remembrance of the con versation lingered with Sylvia and she sat silent for minutes at a time returning to actualities with a longcurl Otis tilde glance across1 at Slward and an uncomprehending smile of assent for whatever Quarrier or Major Bel wether had been saying to her Cards she managed to avoid after dinner and stood by Quarriers chair for half an hour absently watching the relentless method and steady adherence to rule which characterized his bridge playing Then she turneM on her heel restless depressed In clined for companionship The Pago boys had tempted Rena and Eileen to the billiard room Voucher Alderdeno and Major Bel wethor were huddled over a table immersed in preference Kathryn Tas sel and Grace Ferrall sat to gether looking over the an nouncements of Sylvias engage ment in a butch of New York papers just ar rived Ferrall was writing at a desk and Si ward and Ma Siwafds very engaging profile waRII non were occupied In the formers sketch for an ideal shooting vehicle to be built on the buckboard principle with a clever arrangement for dogs guns ammunition and provIsions SI Cards nrofiln asTllibeoi in tie lamb ngagjlugSylvia had taken a hesitating step toward them but halted tiirnIng Irresolutely and suddenly over her dept a1 sensation of Isolation something of that feeling which hud roused hell at midnight from her bed and driven her to Grace Ferrall for a refuge front she kneW not what The rustle of her silken dinner gown was scarcely1 perceptible as she turned Slward moving his head slightly glanced up then brought his sketch to a brilliant finish Dont you think something of this sort Is practicable he asked pleasantly including Mrs Kerrall and Kathryn Tassel in a general appeal which brought them Into the circle of two Grace Ferrall leaned forward looking over Marions shoulder and Siward rose and stepped back with a quick glance Into tho hallIn time to catch a glimmer of pale blue and lace on the i l stairsII I suppose my cigarettes are In my I room as usual he said aloud to him self wheeling so that he could not have time to see Marlons offer of her little gold Incrusted case or notice her quickly raised eyes bright with suspicion and vexation He greeted her in his usual careless happy fashion just as she reached her chamber door and she turned at the sound of his voice confused unsmil lag a little pale Is It headache or are you too Inquest of cigarettes ho asked as ht stopped In passing her where she stood one slender hand on tho knob of her door- I dont smoke you know she said looking up at him with a cold little laugh It isnt headache either I wasboring myself Mr Siward Is there any virtue In me as a rem edyOh I have no doubt you have lots of virtues Perhaps you might do as u temporary remedy first aid to the In jured She laughed again uncertainly But you are on a quest for ciga rettesAnd you 1 A rendezvouswith the sand man Good night Good night If you must say it Its polite to say something isnt It It would be polite to say With pleasure Mr Slwnrd But you havent Invited me to do anything not even to accept a cigarette Besides you didnt expect to meet me up here The trailing accent made It near enough n question for him to say Yes 1 did How could you- I 1 saw you leave the room You were sketching for Marioa Page Do you wish me to believe thatI you noticed me and And followed you Yes I did fol low you She looked at him then past him to ward a corner of the wide hall where a maid In cap and apron sat pretend Ing to be sewing Careful 1 she mo tioned with smiling lips Servants gossip Good night again Couldnt we have a moment No One minute doorJlnIgerlngyou have anything particularly Im portant to communicate to me I have Theres a big bay window WllIjyouBut she opened the door with a light laugh saying Good night again and closed it noiselessly behind her He walked on turning into his corridor but kept straight ahead passing his own door on to the window at the i end of the hall then north along a ii wide passageway which terminated a bay window overlooking the roof InIII the Indoor swimming tank It appeared that ho had cigarettes enough for he lighted one presently and leaving his chair curled up In the cushioned and pillowed window seat gathering his knees together under his armThe cigarette be bad lighted went out He had bitten into It and twisted It so roughly that It presently crum bled and he threw the rags of it Into a metal bowl locking his jaws in si lence for the night threatened to be a bad one for him A heavy fragrance from his neighbors wineglass at din ner had stirred up what had for a time lain dormant and by accident some thing some sweetmeat he had tasted was saturated in brandy Now his restlessness at the pros pect of a blank night had quickened to uneasiness with a hint of fever tinting his skin but as yet the dull ache in lila body was scarcely more than a pre monitionHe his own devices for tiding him over such periods reading tobac co and the long blind dogged tramps he took In town but hero tonight in the rain one stood every chance of walking off the cliffs and he was sick of reading himself sightless over the sort of books sent wholesale to Shot over and he was already too 111 at ease physically to make smoking en durableAfter awhile he began to walk mo notonously to and fro tho length of tho corridor like a man timing his steps to the heavy ache of body or mind Once ho went as far as his own door entered and stepping to the wash basin let tho Icy water run over hands and wrists This sometimes helped to stimulate and soothe him It did now for awhilelong enough to change tho current of his thoughts to the girl he had hoped might have the Imprudence to return for a tryst Innocent enough In Itself yet unconventional and un reasonable enough to prove attractive to them both- Probably she wouldnt come She had kept tier fluffysjdrtfl clear of him H I since cup day wb1 1 1roprq corroborated his vague estimate of her Had she done the contrary his estimate would have been the same for uncon sciously but naturally he had pre judged her A girl who could capture Quarrier at full noontide and in the face of all Manhattan was a girl equipped for anything she dared though she was probably too clever to dare too much a girl to be Interested In to amuse and be amused by a girl to be reckoned with His restlessness and his fever subdued by the Icy water he stood drying bis hands thinking cool ly how close he had come to being seriously In love with this young girl whose attitude was always a curious temptation whose smile was a charm ing provocation whose youth and beauty were to him a perpetual chal lenge He admitted to himself calmly that he had never seen a woman he cared as much for that for the brief moment of his declaration he had known an utterly new emotion which Inevitably must have become the love he had so quietly declared It to be He had never before felt as he felt then cared as he cared then Anything had been possible for him at that timeany degree of love any devotion any generous renunciation Clear sighted master of himself he saw love before him and knew it when he saw itrecognIzed It was ready for it of fered it emboldened by her soft hands so eloquent In his And in his arms he held it for an instant he thought spite of the sudden Inertia spite of the according of cold lips and hands still colder relaxed In ert held it until he doubted Then she had become Intelligent again with a little laughter a little malice a becoming tint of hesitation and confusion All the sense all the arts all the friendly sweetness of a woman thorough In training schooled In self possession clear enough to be audacious and perverse without danger to herself to the man or to the main chance lIe leisurely and mentally took the measure of his own state of mind and found all well all intact found him self still master of his affections and probably clear minded enough to remain so under the circumstances- By instinct and experience normally temperate only what was abnormal and Inherited might work a mischief in this man Ills listlessness his easy acquiescence were but consequent up on the self knowledge of self control but mastery of the master vice re quired something different He was sick of sickness and because in this sickness will mind and body are taint ed too reason and logic lack charity and to the signals of danger his reply had always been either overconfident or weak and It had been always the same reply Not yet There is time And now this last week it had come upon him that the time was now The skirmish was already on and It had alarmed him suddenly to find that the skirmish was already a battle and a rough one As he stood there he heard voices on the stairs People had already begun to retire because late cards and point shooting at dawn do not agree And a point shooting picnic in snugly elab orate blinds was popular with women or was supposed to be I Little by little the tumult died away He turned and looked grimly at his bed then shutting off the lights heI opened his door and went out into the deserted corridor where the elevator I shaft was dark and only the dim night lights burned at angles in the passage waysHe had his rain coat and cap with him not being certain of what he might be driven to but for the present the found the bay window overlooking- the swimming tank sufficient to begin the vigil Secure from Intrusion as there were no bedrooms on that corridor he toss ed coat and cap Into the window seat walked to and fro for awhile listening to the rain then sat down his well shaped head between his hands and In silence he faced the enemy How long he had sat there he did not know When he raised his face all gray and drawn with the tension of conflict his eyes were not very clear nor did tho figure standing there In the dim light from the ball mean anything for a moment Mr Slwar in an uncertain voice fil hl8PorHe an1cal1y and she saw his face Arc you 111 1 What is IU Ill No He passed his hand over his eyes I fancy I was close to the edge of sleep Some color came back into his face He stood smiling now tho significance of her presence dawn Ing on him Did you really come 1 he asked This Isnt a very lovely but impalpa ble astral vision is it Its horridly Imprudent isnt 1t1 she murmured still considering the rather drawn and pallid face of the nan before her I came out of pure curiosity Mr Siward She glanced about her He moved a big bunch of hothouse roses so she could pass and she settled down light ly on the edge of the window seat When he had piled some big downy cushions behind her back she made a quick gesture of invitation I have only a moment she said as ho seated himself beside her Part of my curiosity Is satisfied In finding you here I didnt suppose you so faithfulI be fairly faithful What else are you curious about You said you had something Important To tell you So I did That was bribery perjury false pretenses robbery under arms anything you will I only wanted you to come That is a shameful confession she ul ii but her stifle waslsray enough and she noiselessly shook out her fluffy skirts and settled herself a trifle more deeply among the pillows Of course she observed absently you are dreadfully mortified at yourself I Naturally he admitted The patter of the rain attracted her attention She peered out through the I blurred casements Into the blackness Then picking up his cap and Indlcat ing his rain coat Why she asked Oh In case you hadnt come A walk By yourself A night like this on the cliffs You are not perfectly mad are you What Is matter Mr Slwardy tillII Well he said with a humorous glance at her I havent seen you forages Thats not wholesome for me I you ImowIBut you see me now and It does not seem to benefit you I I feel much better he insisted I laughing and her blue eyes grew very I Only that 1 wanted you lovely as the smile broke from them in uncertain re sponseSo you had nothing reall- yimportant to tell me Mr Si ward 1 Only that I wanted you Oh I said Im portant Why have you so os tentatlouslyavoided Siward she asked lanmiidlv Well upon my word he saldHwith i touch of irritation Oh you are so dreadfully literal the shrugged brushing her straight sensitive note with the pink blossom I only said It to give you n chance If von are going to be stupid good sight But she made no movement b go Yes then I have avoided you ind It doesnf become you to ask why Because I kissed you You hintt nthr true reason so chlv Irously so delicately she said that scarcely recognize it The cool nockery of her voice and the warm quick color tinting neck and face were incongruous He thought with slow rurprlsc that she was not yet letter perfect In her role of the material tri umphant over the spiritual I am sorry I came she said rev flectively You dont know why I came do you Sheer loneliness Mr SI ward There is something of the child in me still you see It seems my fate to pass my life in bidding you good night she said straightening up and turning to him with the careless laugh ter touching mouth and eyes again Then resting her weight on one hand her smooth white shoulder rounded be I side her cheek she looked at him out of humorous eyes What is it that women find so at tractive in you The mans exporl enced insouciance The boys uncon scious cynicism The mystery of yourself sufficiency The faulty humanity In you The youth In you already showing truces of wear that hint of future scars What will you be at thirtyfive at forty Ah she added softly what are you now For 1 dont know and you cannot tell me if you wouldWhat with you he asked after a moment Counts How In your affections What prepos sesses you 1 She laughed audaciously Your traits some of themall of them that you reveal You must be aware of that much already considering every thingOna slim white hand held a rose against her cheek the other lay idly on her knee fresh and delicate as a fallen petal and he laid both hands over It and lifted it between them Mr Siward I am afraid this is be coming a habit with you The gay mockery was not quite genuine the curve of lips too sensitive for a voice so lightly cynical He smiled bending there considering her hand between his and after a moment her muscles relaxed and bare round rrm and hand lay abandoned to himQuite flawless perfect he said aloud to himself Do you read hands Vaguely He touched the smooth palm Long life clear mind and he laughed heart supreme over rea son There Is written a white lie but a pretty one It Is no tic She suddenly flushed and attempted to close her hand doubling the thumb over There was a little hartf hearted struggle freeingone of his arms which fell settling about her slender waist a silence a breathless moment and he had kissed her Her lips were warm this time She recovered herself avoiding his eyes and moved backward shielding her face with pretty upflung elbows out turned I told you It was be coming a habit with you I The loud beating ot her pulses marred her voice Must I establish a dead line every time I commit the folly of being alone with you Ill draw that line he said tak ing her In his arms II beg you will draw it quickly Mr Slward I do it passes through your heart and mine Isdo you mean a declaration again You are compromising yourself you know I warn you that you are committing yourself So are you Look at met In his arms her own arms pressed against his breast resisting sho raised her splendid youthful eyes anti through and through her shot pulse on jpralse until every nerve seemed to be quiver Y1 While Im still sane he said wJtk a dry catch In his throat before I tttt you that I love you look at me I will If you wish she said with A trembling smile but It Is useless That is what I shall find out 1a time You must meet my eyes Thtt sweetIdont tell me anything You will not listen There Is no chance for you It you mean love II tell you in time you see I am utterly frivolous quite self Ish and mercenary- I take my chance No I give you none Why do you Interfere Aa girls policy costs her thiniIme And I do not love you In so ItIfell atrem bUng Something blinded her eyes and she turned her head sharply only to encounter his lips on hers In a deep clinging embrace that left her dazed stilt resisting with the fragments of breath and voice Not again I begyou Let me go now It Is not best Oh truly truly it is all wrong with us now She bent her head blinded with tears swaying stunned then with a breathless sound turned In his arms to meet his lips her hands contracting In his and con fronting they paused suspending the crisis young faces close and hearts afire f I Sylvia I love you 1 Pot an instant their lips clung She had rendered him his kiss Then trem blingly It Is useless even though I loved you Say IU r dotr Say I- tII cannot I And it Is no useno- Y wayMythere youholdcare for youhow can I help It How couldjnny woman holp It Is not that though 1 Until you are a brIdeyes- A bride Stephen I cannot You cannot help It Sylvia I must I have my way to go My way lies that way No no I cannot do It it is not best for menot best for you I do care for you you have taught me how to say It But you know what I have doneand mean to do and must carry through Thor how can you love a girl like that Dear I know the woman I love Silly she is what her life has made her material passionately selfish unable to renounce the root of all evil Even if thisthis happiness wore our- salwaysI menu if this madness could last our wedded lifeI am not good enough not noble enough to forgot what I might have had and put away Is It not dreadful to admit Do you not know that self contempt is part of the price 1 have no money I know what you have I asked And it is enough for a man who remains un married For I cannot make things do I cannot contrive I will not cling to the fringe of things or play that heartbreaking role of the shabby ex patriated on the continent My role In life Is to mount to a security too high for any question as to my dominance Can you take me there There are other heights Sylvia HigherYes The spiritual I know I could not breathe there If I cared to climb And I have told you what I amall silk and lace and smooth skinned selfish ness She looked at him wistfully If you can change me take me And she rose facing him- I do not give you up he said with a savage note hardening his voice and it thrilled her to hear It and every drop of blood In her body leaped as she yielded to his arms again heavy lidded trembling confused under the piercing sweetness of contact Then her voice broken breathless Good night Lovo me while you can and forgive me Good night Where are we Allall this must have stunned me blinded me Is this my door or yours Hush I am half dead with fearto bo here under the light again If you take me again my knees will give way And I must find my door Oh the ghastly Imprudence of It Good night good night IIlove you I Continued Next Week At times when you dont feel jus right when you have a bad stomach take something right away that will as sist digestion not something that will ntimulate for a time but something that will positively do the very work that the stomach performs under ordinary and normal conditions something that will make the food digest To do this you must take a natural digestant like Kodol for Dyspepsia Kodol is a scientific preparation 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 prompa relict jit digests what you eat and it pleasant to take Sold by All Druggists An Inspiration Mrs Knlcker Henry why did you leave your shoos on the stairs last night Knlcker dazed but inspired English custom mdear Left em to be blllckedPuckBert Elton WIs says I have only taken four doses of your Kidney and Bladder Pils 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 curs Mr Barber refers to DeWitt s Kidney and Bladder Pills They 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Plow I fthef expensive Our price the lowest Full line all kinds grass seeds HEATING STOVES FOR THE NEXTTWO WEEKS AT COST McGlothlan LC Piggott Irvington Ky L mss 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 3 for 25c Butter Beans 7c Lenox Soap 7 bars for 25c All kinds of Tinware Glassware and Chinaware at BEST PRICES OConnell Co Cloverport Ky y be Axes single and dou ble bit best brands at65c Hands and single Shot Guns at 600 and Shot gun Shells a 350 Razors Curry Combs 5c Horse Brushes worth 25c for 1 5c Largo box Oil formerly soldat lOc bottle for 5c Egg Beaters 4c Smiths Hoes 45c Screen Door Giant Seed Sowers 125 Lines 18 feet for 8c Dress Goods Upholstery Shades Carpets Floor Coverings Corsets Stationery Books and j Toilet Articles Hosiery Paper Patterns LinenWhite Blankets Bedding Umbrellas and- Parasols Shirt Waists and Furs Infants Wear Leather Goods Toys Trunks and Bags Bouse Furnishings Veilings and Dress Nets- Jewelry Boys Clothing Furniture Music AGENTS FOR Sewing Machine at flflfi 89 I I Grippe is sweeping the country Stop it with Preventics before it gets deeply seated To check early colds with these little Candy Cold Cure Tablets is surely sensible and safe Preventics contain no Quinine no laxative nothing hush or sickening Pneumonia would neve appear if early colds were promptly broken Also good for feverish children Large box 18 tablets 25 cents Vest Pocket boxes 5 cents Sold by all dealers IRVINGTON Miss Mary Brown who has been spending the past two weeks in Owens MattipglyhasLast Tuesday evening Miss Ellen Mun ford entertained some of her friends most delightfully at her home The guests played Fortytwo progressive ly and Miss Essie Biggs was the lucky one receiving the number of points Delicious refreshments were I served after which those present dis to their homes after a most en I High Steel Range with resovoir price 30for 2475 Steel Range without resovoir price 25 for 2250 No7 Step Stoves 575 Drum Stoves large size regu lar price 300 cut price 260 Medium size Drum Strives 230 Small size Drum Stoves 205 Coal Heating stoves from 350 to 1000 Stove Pipe 4 and 5J inch at joint 6c 6inch Stove Pipe joint lOc Coal Oil best grade gallon 1 4c One pound Mica Axle Grease 2 boxes for 1 5c pound buckets Mica Axle for 20c joyable evening Dr L B Moreman spent Saturday iin 42 has been organized among the younger set of girls of the town Miss Grace Payne will entertain the club on next Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4 Mr and Mrs Matt Payne and child ren have returned from where they were the guests of for a few days Mr Foote has been confined to his home for several days with grip andunable to be at his poet of duty as mail carrier on route No2 His sub stitute Mr Everett Koote has been kept right busy Mr James Jarrett age 75 years died at his home about eight oclock last Sat urday evening of parlysis He hd been sick for a long time acd bore his sufferings patiently He had been un conscious for several hours before he died He was a consistent member of the Presbyterian church from which the funeral was preached by Bro E W Graves at nine oclock on Monday morning The interment was in the Cedar Hill cemetary He is survived by his wife and two ions Jim and George Tur ret living at this place Mr A 0 Marshall of Guston spent Sunday In town Mr and Mrs Loonie Rhodes of Brandenburg and Mr and Mrs Bert Cunningham of Chenault Ky were visitors of Mr and Mrs W B Gordon for a few days last week I Miss Lillian Stith has returned to her home in Guston after being the guest of Miss Claudia Bandy Miss Nellie Smith expects to leave Thursday for Cloverport to be the guest of Miss Reba Lewis for several days Mrs Frank Waggoner and chil Iren I are visitors of and friends in Cloverport this weekIMiss Ruth Miller will entertain her social club on Friday afternoon There was an unusually large attend ance at the Quarterly meeting of Methodist church Saturday and theII Rev A Lyons preached two very interesting and spiritual sermons and splendid exercises were enjoyed through outMiss Ada Stith of Bewleyville isIj spending this W2ek the guest of her cousin Miss Willa Drury Miss Blanch Payne of Lodiburg came Friday for a short visit to her sis ter Mrs Edd Robertson Mrs R M Jolly Jr left Sunday for an indefinite visit to her parents Mr and Mrs White at Webster Airs Nora Board entertained number of friends to dinner in honor of her brothers fortythird The table was beautifully decorated in cnn dies and flowers Covers were laid for twelve Mrs John Frakes is able to Le out after a lingering spell of lagrippe I wish that I might talk with all sick a ones abont the actual cause of Stomach Heart and Kidney To ex plain in person how weak Stomach uerves leads to Stomach weakness I am sure would interest all And it is the same with weak Hearts weak Kidneys This is why my prescription Dr Shoops Pestoative promptly reaches ailments of the Stomach Heart and Kidneys It is wrong to drug the Stomach stimulate the Heart or Kidneys These weak inside nerves simply need more strength My restorative 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 will also send samples of my Restora todayIt I Shoop Box 8 Racine Wis have largo stock of Bed Room Suits at 14 to 30 Dresses Extension Table Kitchen Cabinets Couches Rocking Chairs Springs IS IN ALL HOSPITALS ALL OVER THE CONTINENT FIND PERUNA VALUABLE IN TREATING ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES IIIIIof tho respiratory organs ailment in Canada for fit least twothirds of the year This condition is no doubt caused by the long severe experienced in this part of the continent Therefore when Peruna was discovered by people to bo a reliable remedy for theso catarrhal diseases it at once became a popular medicino not only among individuals and in families but in the great hospitals where it was used as a preventative and relief in hundreds of cases These institutions do not hesitate to give their endorsement of the remedy which has been so helpful in the treat mont of their poor and sick Among these institutions is that of The CompanyColumbus Ohio Having used Peruna for the past few months for our sick and poor we are to say that It has given us great satisfaction Montreal After a continued use of tho remedy this institution has found no reason to change its good of tho remedy and expresses ltd sattateotion in the fol lowing Dr J made Eddie his uncle Chas family back to Frank moved into John Mr re turned to Mothers endorse It Seed Ti Red Top 100 best Seed at 195 WE ARE AGENTS FOR Hay Also the OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS And the BROWN Riding or Also Full Line LIME and CeMeNT SISTERS OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD MONTHREAL Montreal Nov 7 1903 PI We found Peruna a relief In casesWe can say It Is a good tonic and we are very thankful Sisters of the Good When catarrh onco fastens Itself upon the system it becomes an obstinate dis easo to eradicate A systemic remedy one that reaches every internal organ of the bodyis an absolute necessity Pcruna is just such a remedy It searches out the cause of the disease and the mucous membranes and thus giving Nature an to perform her part of the restorative process One of the many hospitals which havo found Fcruna ofvalue in treating old and cases of catarrh is the Hospital St John who write follows Wo are to tell you that your Peruna has given us satisfaction Three patients have tried it one 68 years old Renoui Dupuis with catarrh is much relieved more than ho has been for a number of years A young girl 15 years old had an obstinate cough which half bottle of have con vinced mo that is the treatment I could not walk for a quarter of an hour without visit with their son Chris Basham of DuncanMiss Bessie Johnson returned home Sunday after a three weeks visit to her aunt Mrs Dave Isom of Goering Mrs Carrie Johnson and neice Miss Pearl spent Saturday at Goering the guest of relatives- R J Tindle was Thurs day on business Miss Flora iewoury returned home after a two weeks visit with her sister Mrs SW Powersof Pates cures uvrsaav 9JH7illtl liliAlfNY 96Y4l1 iN We of goods listed below cheaper than we It spring time These goods youll need Now time buy Hardware Chopping Saws at85eDou- ble box40c at2M0Go- od Tax4cMa- chine Sprouting Hinges8cLi- ttlo Plow persed Stoves HardinsburgA Harned Furniture- We Center Tables Carpets and Rugs andRugs PROMINENT HOSPITALS SAYIPBRUNA EFFICIENT RELIEVING CATARRHAL DISEASES CATARRH winters gavoIhappy ShepherdAugust201903 termsCONTABNS ENNEBYS Field Seeds Clover othy BluegrassSeed Bushels Orchard Home Grown per bushel McCormick Binders Mowers Rakes Presses GENUINE CULTIVATORS Walking of SALT ASHCRAFT ASHCRAFT IRVINGTON KY several Shepherd strengthening opportunity happy afflicted disappearAs Peruna magnificent tonicBefore inCloverport Thursday HONEY AXATIVEChlldran will Buggy Harness Single and double sets well and stylish at 13 10 112 15 and 18 Collars at 75o to 325 Saddles Bridles Harness Chains Back Belly Bands at lowest cash prices Lumber Complete lIne Flooring Ceiling and Finishing Lumber Mouldings Sash Screen Doors at lower price than any other house Meyers Barn Door Hangers and track large stock at greatly reduced prices to sell out 50 Best Cycle Grinders sold everywhere at 450 our price only 200Blacksmithing Our blacksmith shop is equipped with all thomodera conveniences and is in charge of one of the best me chanics iu the state He can a horse to a queens taste and sharpen your plow a second experiencing much atlguo Now Ican walk a mile easily Through these three cases wo desire to mako known to tho public the of ficiency of your remedy Hospital St John of St Johns Province of Quebec A later letter received from tho same institution roads follows Three weeks ago I wrote to tell foundPerunaneuralgiaItho best results taken as directed half a teaspoonful every half hour BaskNI suffered with pelvic catarrh until wroto to Dr Hartman and after tak sayIfor which I am truly thank ful I think Poruna tho best medicine myUfePeruna not only promptly relieves stagesbutstageOfsuppose that a great deal loss medicine will be necessary to euro a slight attack of catarrh than would be required to alloodville Several from here attended the reviv al at the M E church at Patesville last week Tom Pate has the lagrippe Clifton Corley of Patesville visited friends here Sunday Mrs Reuben Flawe and Mrs Laura Burnett spent Sunday with their sister Mrs John Corley Morrison Calhoon dentists once downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owen boro Ky AN- DOllGH Tastes so good TAR YRIIPI ICHICAGOI KMrtr sU Otktr cough UI eesttfpafflof all IIForw waw Fn wsamaovaaaaom atlt9 ael 3itlY Sltl b7HH lSB SN iBw ASHCRAFTS ASHCRAFTS CHALLENGE SALE challenge any our competitors to sell the do soon is the to i barrel 350 Carpet highest Grade regular 5 3 relatives Junious relatives P Sunday birthday ailments or so or a Mattresses Canadian opinion Grass And healing obstinate as as made Horse Trace and Doors all a i shoe in as I affliction E 0 s a a Paints and Oils Full line Mastic Paints high grade goods at lowest market pricesAlso full line Handy Paints and Varnishes paintsRoofing galLinseed49c to 55e Fence Wire Genuine American Wire highlowesth t grade made Full line Poultry Barbedand Smooth wir- eWagons and tJuggies- Wo are agents for Owonsboro and Studebaker wagons best grade sold on the market Our price is the lowest We have the largest line of Buggies Runabouts Surries of any house in the county Prices from 35 to 100