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I ik 11jBRECKENRIDGE NEWS lilliALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT J 11111VOLII Xrr CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 26 1908 8 Pales NO 311HARDINSbURQ A V Whit worth o Stephensporl was in town Monday Godfrey Ball who IU on a street car line in Cinciuraii met with an accident several days ago similar to the almost fatal one of several months ago This time however he was not so seriously hurt A cur became unmanageable on a steep incline and ran into another Mr Ball was struck and knocked sense less For several days he was in the hospital Mrs Luke B Reeves has returned from a visit at Ekron Mrs J H Pile left Monday to visit at Webster and to attend the Lyddan Kurtz wedding this afternoon- W S Ball left Monday to take up his duties iu the Corporation Department of the Secretary of States office Demo crats and Republicans alike are gladl to see Sherman Ball land a good office under the State administration He is competent and has been a constant worker for the success of the Republican party In success ho has been on top In defeat he has been one of the hurt ones for he has been in the fight with his time his fertile brain and with a pocket book that helped to bear the ex penses in this county We expect him to give an acceptable and creditable discharge of his duties and to be a feath er in the appointment cap of the admin s trationTaylor Beard is now regularly em ployed at Kincheloes drug store Mr 1 Board is one among the oldest and best druggists in the county The Kinche loos are very fortunate in securing his services permanently- Mr and Mrs Calvin Hendricks return from Louisville today after a few days with relatives in the city Tzaddie Allen has purchased of B F Beard the dwelling back of the Farmers Bank Mr Allen moved to town last week He will continue in the timber businessSupt Pile leaves today for a trip to Frankfort and Lexington where he goes in connection with his educationalwork Master Earl Thomas is doing well in y his fourth week of typhoid He suffered r a relapse last week Miss Eva Hensley entertained her Sun ayschool class of young mpn at her home on the evening of Washingtons birthday Every young man took a lady The many couples were entertained with a varied propram consisting of music recitations games otc Dainty refreshments were served and a thoroughly etjoyable evening was had by all GranvUle Wilson one of the countys prosperous farmers and model citizens left y serday for Eschite Tillman county Oklahoma where he has pur chased lacd and expects to make his permanent home Mr Wilson and wife and bright family of children are of the sort that give reputation and worth to a community Should the newest state of the union send back to us any of her citizens in exchange we could get no better than what we are giving up Drs J E and A M Kincheloo am putated the right leg of Mrs John Bland on the pike last Saturday The amputation was made at the thigh anti was done in consequence of a diseased pufieredAllen Kincheloe came down from Louisville to spend Saturday and Sun dayThe Jury in the case of Vandymintle s oflported their unability to agree The case of course will have to be tried again Six were ior acquittal Irvington a queen little city of our county is now talking graded school everlearnedtalkjugpeopleknowand heres to one of the best enterprises khe has ever projected townfrom1 i Rf I Wm Hall moved from this city Mon GlenBeanerIMr and Mrs H S Zeigler of New Bridge Oregon arrived last week to cvisit at Mrs Zeiglers fathers Mr Jas 1 phrhani jV V Morris H Beard and son Franklin wlli leave Sunday to join Mrs Beam f for two weeks in Florida where she 7 with Miss Jennie Green and Mr B F Beard are spending the winter- A Coffee Social will be given by theV Ladles Aid at the home of Mr and Mrs James H Gardner on Thursday evening Admission 10 cents i The AssdllsorIj book has been balanced abd forwarded to Frankfort The total K sessed taxable property of the couuty c 3083iteci i Marriage licenses issued in the last o weeks Weller Merritt Hester 1 1t nn I T Basham Eddie Hedden n A Hinton Sallie Kiper J T c4wH k Annie B Grant Benjamin jt LPie Ida Sturgeon Owen Carman 4ok Preston Martin L Sutton Carrie Slrrmons Isel Bullock Eva Robinson J y Gaither Annie B Probes 1 oS MERRY TiME- THURSDAY NIGHT I Knights of Pythias Banquet A Success And Enjoyed By Many Guests VISITING MEMBERS PRESENT The music the happy people and the good supperall three made the banquet Thursday night in Oelzes Hall a most enjoyable occasion It was given in celebration of the fortyfourth anniver sary of the Knights of Pythias Lodge of this city and the committee Foster Heyser Sam Conrad and Chas May are to be congratulated on making it one of the most pleasant celebrations the lodge has ever had It was much pleasure to their wives sweethearts and visiting guests as well as a time of feasting The children too who were present enjoyed the evening and they were not over looked by the entertaining committee by any means The Rev B M Currie delivered the opening address after which a menu of three courses was served It consisted of oyster soup turkey ham salad pickles celery ices and cakes Several outoftown folks were present Among those in the Hawes ville party were T D Hale Dr Paul Mitchell C D Puckett Milton Lambert Arthur Sapp William Mosley Clarence Sterett and Mr Rosenblatt Misses Lydia Goering Myrtle Gillions and Miss Rosenblatt Mrs D Ford and Mrs Rosenblatt Read the ads in theNews Additional Local Allen Kincheloe of Hardinsburg was the guest of Miss Reba Lewis Sunday Miss Ruth Jackson Younger of Hawesville is the guest of her sister Miss Annie Younger of 402 West Breckinridge street CourierJournal John C Jarboe was home from Skill man Saturday and Sunday Wm Ditto of Louisville left last week for Texas on business and will probably move his family there to live Delineator Ladies Home Journal and Smart Setthree leadersare on sale at the News office Other March magazines are in If you have anything to sell put a want ad in the News By Johnson of Garfield who has been sick with pneumonia for the past two weeksis getting letter D S Neafus anti P J Carrico repre sented Meade county nt the harmers Institute held at Frankfort last week Hon D C Moorman ot Glendeane was in Frankfort last week W J Deickman of Stephensport re turned Monday from a trip to Kansas Does your subscription to the News expire in March If it does send in renewal j at once so you will not mils a copy of the paper Every week it cou tain something of interest about you ao your friends Fashion number of the Ladies Home Journal on sale at the News office this weekMr and Mrs JD Meidor of Nicker son Kans are expected here next monthMiss Nina Weatherholt and Miss Della Winchell of Tobinsport were guests at the banquet The home of Mr Wm Pine burned Monday about 9 oclock It was nea the Castle on the Tar Sprint road The social given Friday night by the Epworth League was most successful I memIbersbration of George Washingtons birth day anniversary The rooms of the church were decorated in nags and bunting and the refreshments were red and white Allen Pierce will attend the Herring Fisher weeding at Owensboro Willis Smith and daughter Mrs John Cheaton and little son of Owens boro were here Sunday to see Dr F M Smith who is better this week Mrs Mary OConnell is very low at her home near here Jack Moorman came Sunday from Lou sville to see his father Miss Margaret Burn entertains the Girls Club this afternoon Keeping Open louse Everybody is welcome when we feel good and we feel that way only when our digestive organs are working prop nguIlatebowelsso perfectly one cant help feel ing good when he usts these pills 25c at Severs drug store rReturns Frjm Cincinnati Miss Mary Snider who has been in Cincinnati studying the fashions spring millinery has returned to forII home at Gaf field and is busy at A A Richardsons store getting ready for the now goods Miss Snyder bought 500 pattern hats amt her line of millinery will be beautiful Wedding at AztelIj Miss Sallie Kiper and Mr John A Hinton were united in nmrrigoj brithdar3 I at Axtel The ceremony was per formed by the Rev C W Stone u I Ie ENGLANDSAYSNO NOALUMIN I Iand strictly prohibits the sale of alum baking powder So does France So does GermanyT- he sale of alum foods has been made illegal in Washington and the District of Colum bia and alum baking powders are everywhere recognized as lnJunousTo protect yourself against alum when ordering baking powder SappIcthzly I ROYAL and be very sure you get Royal Ro a1 is the onl al Grape YCofwholes- omeness of the food I w u Mrs J E Keith was called to Eliza bethown Suu lay on a court of the ill nls t Mryh rHuaher of Mr and M P Clarence Keith 4 4tAUCTION M tAVJW NMti ihV 1 1 MMw1M WWt Ab3C 46 t lI r r v The entire stock of Shapinsky Bros con sisting of Clothing Shoes7 Hats and- FURNISHINGS r r will be closed out at Auction Dont fail to attend the Auction Sale at Shapinsky Bros aurae 29th The Sales will continue every Saturday until stock is sold EVERYTHING GOES REGARDLESS OF PRICE I I i 1 u BAKING POWDER tlTHREE WEDDINGS Black Jack Correspondent Reports Cupids Work Interesting Personals Lonie Hnrde ty and sister Ora went to Paynssville Sunday to attend their sister Lanas wedding who was married to John Flaherty Tuesday 18 Robert Downs and Dick Prather spent last Sunday with Richard and Irve Newton near Gueton Misses Eula and Tula Prather spent Saturday with Miss Margie Sipse near Big Spring- A W Shacklett and sisterMiss Lou attended Sunday school at Hill Grove SundayEmerson Bradley and Miss Nannie Smith were married at the home of the brides father Bob Smith Sr near Irvington on Wednesday Feb 19th at 2 p m The wedding was a very quite affair owing to the death of the brides mother a short time ago Only- a few of their nearest friends and rela tives were present The marriage of Dock Adams of near Flaherty and Miss Nell Dowell of Irvingtonwas also solemnized at the home ot the brides parents Mr and Mrs Lonz Dowell on the same day at 730 p m 1 athisiing Feb 17 Mr Hobbs was taken very ill about noon on Saturday from which he never revived He was one of our most prominent farmers and will wiferwere interred in the family burying BigSpring LOOKNever an offer ever made to the people as I am now offer ing them A full line of Selz leath Gum600t5Rubbers at 10 per cent below cost 289SelzjSelz westn gum boots 350 at 285 240SelzCommon felt boots 200 at 159 168Selz i Mens Ladies and Childrens storm slippers at same reduced prices Remember you will have to have gum boots and shoes through the big water and mud now on hand UMOJB IH U2110f p T r n I i Vs The Fighting j I ChanceM06 by the Cwrtfc Pmbllhin Company IVi IIIOo Copyright 1908 by Robert W Cwunbow IIII o CHAPTER SIC the first few days of hisI at Shotover time had KElt to hang heavily Mortimers mottled handsI Alter the second day aQcld he recog nized that his shooting career waIpractically over Then Mortimer notjj yet done with self Indulgence In more convenient forms cast about him wUhI in his new limits for occupation be I tween those hours consecrated to theI rites of the table and the card room Ho drove four but found that It numbed his arms and that the sea all made him sleepy Motor cars agreed With him only when driving with a pretty woman Forced through ennui to fish off the rocks he soon tired of the sea perch and rock cod and the matadors of periwinkle and clam Then he took up his headquarters in the reading room on the chance of his wifes moving elsewhere which she did unobtrusively carrying Captain Voucher with her In a sudden zeal for billiard practice on rainy mornings now too frequent along the coast I Mortimer possessed that mysterious talent so common among the financial ly insolvent for living lavishly on an invisible Income but plan as he would he had never been able to Increase that Income through confidential gossip with men like Quarrler or Belwether or even Ferrall What information his pretty wife might have extracted he did not know Her Income had never visibly Increased above the vanishing point although like himself she de nied herself nothing One short livelyI interview with her had been enough to drive all partnership Ideas out of his head He was always studying women f Years before Grace Ferrall had snap pljd her slim lingers in his face and here at Shotover the field was limited Mrs Vemlennlng had left Agatha Caithness was still a pale and reticent puzzle Ilena Kathryn and Eileen tormented him Marlon Page coolly au felt yawned In his face There re mained Sylvia who knowing nothing about his species met him halfway with the sweet and sensitive deference due a somewhat battered and infirm gentleman of fortyeight until a sleek aside from Major Belwether spoiled everything as usual for her leaving her painfully conscious and perplexed between doubt and disgust Meanwhile the wealthy muster of harks Fells Beverly Plank hud found pnrriuragtmient enough at Shotover to Yfiiture on tentative Informality There Siv was no doubt that ultimately ho must be counted on In New York but nobody except him was impatiently cor dial for the event and so at the little house party he aliped and slid from every attempt at donor quarters until rolling smoothly enough he lamed without much discomfort somewhere liotwaon Mr hnd Mrs Leroy Mor timer And it was not n question as to which would lie good to him oh served Major ilolwothcr with hIs mis CTVV leadingI and Ixiievnluut mirth It WitS which would be gtfodoat cjulduwt And Mrs Mortimer abandoning Cap tain Voucher by the snitie token dis played certain warning notices per jv fectly comprehensive to her husbuml and at first he was Inclined to recog- nIze defeat But the general unsucccss witch hud BO faithfully attended him recently had aroused the long dormant desire fur a general review of the situation with his wife perhaps even the fur tive hope of some conjugal arrange tent tending toward an exchange of news concerning possible alliance sv The evening previous to his Intense disgust host hostess and guests had retired early in view of the point I shooting at dawn for slot only was thore to IKS no point shooting for him but he hind risen from the card table heavily hit and besides for the first time his apples and port hind disagreed with him As he had not risen until midday be ins not sleepy Books were an aver tilou equaled only by distaste for his own company Irritated bored he had perforce sulkily entered the ele rater and uusscd to his room where Weak Women To weak and ailing women thero Is at least one w y to help But with that way two treatments mtut be combined Ono Is local ono Is constltu flonal but both are important both essentiAL Dr Mmoops Night Cure Is the Local Dr Bhoopa Restorative the Constitutional The former Dr Bhoops Night Cure la atopical ucous membrane suppository remedy while Dr 8hoopa Kestorotlvo is wholly an internal treatment Tho Restorative reaches throughout the ntire system seeking the repair of all nerre all and all bloOd ailments The NIght Cure as its name Implies does Iits work while you sloop It soothes sore and fnJiam eel muooUi surface heals local wealmeeses and discharges while tfa Restorative eases nertovs xeitement gives renewed Tigpr and ambition Builds ap wasted tissues bringing about renewed gun vigor and energy Take Dr Bboo- pJteratweTableteorUgmdasaganasltoai to the systaln Yor poattlve local helP we ns well Dr Shoops Night CureALL DEALERS ROBERT CHAMBERS By W I there was nothing on earth for him to do except to thumb over Inst weeks sporting periodicals and smoke himself stupidBut it required more than that to en snare the goddess of slumber lie walked about the room haunted of slow thoughts he stood at the rain smeared pane fat fingers resting on the glass The richly flavored cigar grew distaste ful and If he could not smoke what in pitys name was he to do For hours he sat In his room or paced the four walls doubtful cha Brined furious by turns Once he drew I out a memoran dum book and stood under alighted sconce studying the fig ures His losses at Shotover staggered him 11but he had look ed to his wif- eheretofore in such emergencies His uneasi ness had pro duced a raging Studutmj the figures thirst II e = punched an electric button with his I fleshy thumb and prowled around waiting Nobody came He punched again and looked at his watch It astonished him to find the hour was 3 oclock in the morning That discovery however only appeared to In crease his thirst He opened the hnllIJ door prepared to descend into the depths of the house and raid a sideboard and as he thrust his heavy head out Into tba lighted corridor his eyes fell upon two figures standing at the open door of a bedroom One was Si ward that was plain Who was the girl he had kissed One of the maids J Somebodys wife Who I Every dull pulse began to hammer in Mortimers head In his excitement he stepped halfway into the corridor I then skipped nimbly back closing his door without a sound Sylvia Laiidib by all thats holy he breathed to himself and sat down 1 rather suddenly on the edge of the bed t After awhile he rose and crept to J the door opcnpd It glued his eyes to the crack in time to catch a glimpse I of Slward entering his own corridor I aloneAnd I thai night Mortimer lying awake In lIced busy with schemes became conscious of a definite idea It took shape and matured so suddenly that it actually shocked his moral I sense Then it scared him Butbut that Is blackmail he whispered aloud A man cant do that sort of thing What the devil ever put it into my head And there are must I know women too scoundrelly blackguards whod use that Informa tion somehow and slake it pay too Tile scoundrels He squirmed down among the bed clothes with a sudden shiver but the night had turned warm Scoundrels ho said with milder emphasis Blackmailers Contempti ble pups He fell asleep un hour later mutter- Ing something incoherent about scoundrels and blackmail And meanwhile in the darkened house from all round came the noiseI of knocking on doors sounds of people stirring a low voice here and there lights breaking out from transoms the thud of rubber shod heels the rattle of cartridges from the echoing gun room For the guests at Shotover were awaking lest the wet sky whitening behind the east ring with the whim pering wedges of wild fowl rushing seaward over empty blinds The unusual stillness of the house in the late morning sunshine was plensI ant to Mss Landis She had risen very late unconscious of the stir and movement before dawn and It was only when a maid told her as shoI came from her bath that she remem bered tho projected point shooting and concluded with an odd happy sense of relief that she was almost alone in the house A little Inter glancing from her bedroom window for a fulfillment of theI promise of the sun which a glimpse of blue sky heralded she saw Leila Mortimer Buttling herself in the for ward seat of a motor car and Beverly Plank climbing In beside her and she watched Plank steer thpblg machine across the wet lawn while the machin- Ist swung himself Into the tonneau and away they rolled faster faster rushing out Into the misty hinterland where the long streak of distant forest already began to brighten edged with the first rays of watery sunshine So she hail the big house to herself every bit of it and with it freedom from obligation from comment from demand or exaction freedom from restraint liberty to roam about to read to dream to idle to remember Ah that was what she neededa quiet In terval in this hurrying youth of hers to catch her breath once more and stand still and look back a day or two and remember So to breakfast all alone was de licious to stroll unhurried to the side board and leisurely choose among the fresh cool fruits to loiter over cream TheseBad exquisiteI U you know fijr female trouble Relief seldom or never comes of Itself It U necessary to cure tile cause la order to stop the paIns aad thIs can only be done If you will take a specific female remedy that acts directly ea the womanly organs OFCAROUI WOMANS RELIEF Cardul did wonders for me writes Mrs H C Larson of Olds la 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 age and describing symptoms to Ladies Advisory Dept Tho Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn 33 33 lug and cerwttl to saunter out into the freshness of the world and breathe It and feel till sun warming cheek and throat and the Ittle breezes from n sunlit sea stirring the bright strand of her hair Out over the rain wet odorous grass picked her way skirts swung high above the delicate contour of ankle and limb following a little descending path she knew full of rocky angles swept by pendant sprays of black berry and then down under the jutting rock south through thickets of wild cherry along the crags until be ore her the way opened downward again where a tiny crescent bench glimmered white hot in the sun From his bedroom window Mortimer peeped forth following her progress with a leer As she descended noticing the rift of bronzing seaweed plied along the title mark her foot dislodged a thlitriangle of rock which rolled clatter ing and ringing below and as she sprang lightly to the sand a man Ily lug full length and motionless as tin heaped seaweed raised himself on one arm turning his sun dazzled eyes or herThe dull shock of surprise halted liar as Steward rose to his foot still dazed the sand running from his brown shooting clothes over his tightly strap ped puttees Have you the faintest Idea that I supposed you were here she asked briefly Then frank In her disappointment she looked up at the cliffs overhead where her line of retreat lay Why did you not go with the others slue added unsmiling IIlont know I will If you wish He had colored slowly the frank dis appointment In her face penetrating his surprise and now he turned around instinctively also looking for the path of retreat Walt she said aware of her own crude attitude and confused by It Wait a moment Mr Slward I dont mean to drive you away Its self exile he said quietly quite voluntary I assure you Mr Slward And as he looked up coolly Have you nothing more friendly to say to me Is your friendship for me so limited that my first caprice oversteps the bounds 1 meant no criticism Walt Mr Slward as he moved slowly toward the path You force me to say other things which you have no right to hear After last night the vivid tint grew in her face after such a night Is It not natural for a girl to creep off somewhere by herself and try to think a little He had turned full on her The an swering color crept to his forehead Is that why he asked slowly- Is it not a reason 1 It was my reason for being here She bit her bright lip This trend to tho conversation was ominous and she had meant to do her drifting alone in still sun dreams fearing no witness no testimony no judgment sae her own self in court with herself II suppose you cannot go now she reflected Innocently Indeed I can and must And leave me here to dig in the sand with my heels Merci Do you mean I certainly do Mr Slward I dont want to dream now I dont care to reflect You see what youre done dont you saved me from an entire morning wasted In sentimental rev erie over what might havo been Now you can appreciate it cant you your wisdom in appearing in the flesh to save a silly girl the effort of evoking you In tho spirit Ah Mr Slwnrd I am vastly obliged to you Pray sit hero beside me lu the flesh for fear that in your absence I might commit the folly that tempted me here His low running laughter accompa nying her volco had stimulated her to a gay audacity which for the instant extinguished in her the little fear of him she had been barely conscious of Do ypu know he saW that yop A also aroused me from my sun drcamaT Did I And cant you resume them You save me the necessity Oh that Is n secondhand compli ment she fuld disdainfully a weak plagiarism on what I conveyed very wittily You were probably really asleep and dreaming of bird murder Ho waited for her to finish then amused eyes searching ho roamed about until high on a little drifted sand dune he found a place for him self and while she watched him indignantly ho curled up In the sunshine and dropping his head on the hot sand calmly closed his eyes Upon my word she breathed aloud He unclosed his eyes Now you may dreamII Vponmywora Iyou cant avoid she breathed aloudt he observed lazily and closed his eyes and neither taunts nor Jeers nor questions nor fragments of shell flung with intent to hit stirred him from his Immobility She tired of the attempt presently and sat silent elbows on her thighs hands propping her chin Thoughts vague as the fitful breeze arose lin gered and like the breeze faded dissolved Into calm through which cu denced by the far beat of the ebb tide her heart echoed beating the steady Intervals of time A long while afterward a small cloud floated across the sun nUll In the sudden shadow on the world doubt sounded Its tiny voice soil her cars listened and the enchant ment faded and died away Turning she looked across the sand it the man lying there Her eyes considered himhow long she did not know she did not heeduntil stirring he looked up and she paled a trifle and closed her eyes stunned by the sudden clamor of pulse and heart When he rose and walked over she looked up gravely pouring the last handful of white sand through her stretched fingers Did you dream he asked lightly Yes Did you dream true Nothing of my dream can happen Hhe said You know that dont youT I know that we love and that we flare not Ignore it She suffered his arm about her his eyes looking deeply into hers a close sweet caress a union of lips and her dimmed eyes response Stephen she faltered how can you make it so hard for me How can you force me to this shame Shame he repeated vaguely Yes this treachery to myself when I cannot hope to be more to you when I dare not love you too much I You must dare Sylvia No no no I know myself I tell you I cannot give up what is offered for you dearly dearly as I do love you She turned and caught his bands in hers flushed trembling un Mrs Vcndennlng strung I cannotI simply cannot How can you love me and listen to such wickedness How can you stll care for such a girl as I am worsi than mercenary because I have a heart or had until you took it Keep it It is the only part of me not all ig nobleI will keep ItIn trust he said until you give yourself with It But she only shook her head wearily withdrawing her hands from his and for n time they sat silent eyes apart Then There is another reason she said wistfully He looked at her hesitated and My habits he asked simply YesI them In check Are you certain- I think I may benow Yet she said timidly you lost one fightsince you knew me Tho dull red mantling his face wrung her heart She turned Impulsively and laid both hands on his shoulders That chance I would take with all its uncertainty all the dread inheritance you have come into I lovo you enough for that And if it turned out that that you could not stem the tide even with mo to face it with you and if the pity of it the grief of it killed me I would take that chance if you loved me through It all But thero is some thing else Hush Let me have my say while I find the wordssomething else you do not understand Turn your face a little Please dont look at me This Is4what you do not know that In three generations every woman of my race hasgone wrongs Every one And 1 am beginning with sujGhajngr rlage deliberately IselfisTily shameless ly perfectly conscious of the frivolous erratic blood in me aware of the race record behind me Once when I knew nothing before II met youl believed such u mar tinge would not only permit me mental tranquillity but safely anchor me In the harbor of convention leaving me free to become what I am fashioned to become autocrat and arbiter In own world And now And now myI dont knowtruly I dont know what I may become Your love forces my hand I am displaying all the shallow ness falseness pettiness all the mean and cruel and callous character which must be truly my real self Only I shall not marry you You are not to run the risk of what I might prove to be when I remember in bitterness allI I have renounced If I married you I should remember unreconciled what you cost me Better for you and for me that I marry him and let him bear with me when I remember that he cost me you I Suddenly deep within him something seemed to fall die out perhaps a tiny Continued on Page Seven KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COUCHSOLDS Trial PRICEII AND ALL THROAT AND LU TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED Miller Brick Tile CoIn- corporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 600000 Brick Per Days v Main OfUce Rooms 8 and 10 I 00 F Building Owensboro Kentucky Land For Sale By Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky Town Property AvenueWell RO 000 w acres wellwatered in goodp stutu ofcultivation 4roomcot tape fino stock barn and outbuildings This farm Is Just outside of the city limits of Olo verport It Is rich bottom land line tom truck purden and stock raising Uood mnr ket for everything raised on it It is a bar gain for some man Cl 750lb acres on Hardlnsburg und 91 f of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwelling and a good loll barn SO acres in oak and beech timber The oak timber is good tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can bt hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable tom tobacco and fruit Plenty good water yell round Terms one third cash balance Ik easy payments C3 950 352 bcres on Hardlnsburg and 3 Falls of Sinking road 2 mile oneStorydwcllInJsblacksmith shop all necessary outhouses130 acres under cultivation and pasture acres in timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water the year round Onethird cash and good easy terms on balance 750 pAKM FOR SALE H ratio off ol t the turnpike between Oloverpor and llardinsbiirg 7 miles from Clover po 3 miles from Hardlnsburg 197 acres of land two story building 7 rooms well at house two springs on farm never known to go dry a good orchard For pertlculars ask Jno D habbage Uloverport Ky or James II Sahlle Onehalf down rest on easy pay ments FOIL SALEI06 acres ot land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres acresInor wheat PrIce fl500 cash For further particulars write the Breckenridge News Oloverport Ky LAND FOR SALK FOR SALEI60 E res of lurid situated near fromGarlleldroomsbtoodacres in woods white oak and post oak sold Fine lot of good hickory and ash to sell Price 1300 For further information write Jno D Rabhage Oloverport Ky 800 163 acres 0 miles from Oloverport and 4 miles from Hardinsburg on Oloverport and tlardlusburg turnpike Im provements 6room dwelling barn 28x38 feet and other out buildings 12 acres in orchard 500 bearing trees and ISO young trees 4u acres grassbalancenever falling springs and a good well Good limestone land suitable for tobacco corn and wheat Well located for market One third cash balance on easv terms CO en 72 acre farm 4H miles from Olo pouvr vorport on Oloverport and Dow ling Green road well improved 2 small dwellings 3 good barns smoke house hen- house and corn crib One good cistern and 6 fresh water s rings I tar and sulphur spring 33 acres cleared land balance iin woods 7 acres In orchard llalsed 20000 pounds of tobacco In 1008 sold it at 8 18 and r2 On six acres of the wood land there are 315 merchantable trees It is a splendid farm for tobacco corn and wheat The uncut timber valued at F35010 acres in wheat This is u good bargain for some man who wants u small farm- FOR SALEA splendid stand for IL druggist physician Ina good town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This Is just the place for some young physician to step into a good practice and a good drug business An old established physician wants to retire Is the reason for selling Nor further particulars address JNO U BABBAGE Olover port Ky Ann 75 acres situated 1M miles from OUU Holt Joins Gabo Pierce Ridge land in good shape good fencing one good dwel ling house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn 30x48 tout 1 neverfailing sprlug two ponds This is good tobacco wheat and corn land 20 acres In timber white oak sugar tree arId beech balance geared Plenty of good fruit Good road to StephensportsK miles and good road to llolt Ili miles This farm is not worn out It Is good land and in good the Just the farm for a man with a small famlly I Meal and Feed at Mortons Mill We have just put ir late improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner rL LV 4YJ FOR ALL KINDS OF FoundryMachine MachineBoiler Electrical J Gasoline Boat 11Tin and Galva nized Work Plumbers Mill Boat and Tin I ners SuppliesCome Gloverport Foundry Machine Co Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Correspondenec Solicited 1 a StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes node by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Ex port tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind rTTTTl T I T T I T YOUNG MEN AND LADIES OF AMBITION WANTED TO I LEARN TELEGRAPHYand fore has there peen such a crying demand for Telegraph Operators Over 20000 now positions oro created on the Railroads i n account of time new eight hour law passed by lust Congress and going Into effect next March We Absolutely Guarantee Position Un der a 150 Guaranty Bond Salaries range from 255 to 200 per month for beginners We have standing con tractsto place all our graduates Un der supervision of Railway Officials Main Line Wire 250 miles In length in our school rooms Established 20 years You can work for Catalog free- NATIONAL CINCINNATI TELEGRAPH O overII i JEWELRYt The best of all kindsJt j Watches ClocksSilverware HoHoware Flatware Musical instruments and findings TB SonaHardinsburg Kya I I H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at aw- I1ARDINSBURU f KY Will practice his profession In all of the lourts of Brockenrldge and adjoining coin t er Special attention given to collectlTns oad cases and criminal practice LIe use to indice J j I ir Better ResewI Your- Subscription c 1 G J I Today HARDINSBURG Tzaddie Allen has bought of B F Beard the house and lot back of the bank Mr Allen will move to tows this week and will continue in the time ber business Several new students entered the Normal Monday y Taylor Beard has accepted a postioi in Franklin Kincheloes drug store Marriage licenses issued last week J T Hook Annie B Grant John A Hinton Sallie Kiper J T Basham Eddie Heddin Weller Merritt Hcstei GlennJ and Miss Eddie Heddin of Askin both living in Ohio county were married in the County Clerks office Saturday by the Rev B A BrandonThe report from our sick are Hobert Shellman rapidly getting well Mrs Marvin Beard slightly improved Mrs Blanche Read better Ton Moore slowly improving Earl Thomas improving rapidly Jennie Lennon much better W K Barnes no better R A Shellman is improving Miss Ada Stith of Bewleyville was the guest of Mrs J H Pile Thursday- Dr A M Kincheloe was confined to his room several days last week with a severe case of grip Dr John E Kincheloe spent Sunday in LouisvilleRev English went to Louis ville last week to consult his oculist who reports his eyes in better condi tion Rev English filled his Garfield appointments Saturday and Sunday Rev H C Truman lot Louisville Jf was here Sunday and Monday visiting Uncle Billie Moredock Five divorces were granted four to white couples and one to a colored Visiting attorneys G B Likens of Hartford J R Skillman of Owens boro Rube Miller of Owensboro J S Wortham of Leitchfield and W S Proctor also of Leitchfield but now I I IN I IN tl f t stationed at Addison were in attendance at Beeler who fell from a step and sprained her ankle last week is able to be out after several days being shut in Hon John P Haswell who came down to attend court re turned to Frankfort Monday night Many Sleepless Nights Owing to a Persis tent Cough Relief Found at Last IIFor several winters past my wife has been troubled with a most persistent and cough which invariably extended over a period of several week and caused her many sleepless nights writes Will J Hayner editor of the Burley Colo Bulletin Various remedies were tried each yeur with nc beneficial results In the cough again put in an appearance and my wife acting on the of a friend a bottle of Chamber lains Cough Remedy The result way indeed marvelous After three doses the cough entirely and has not manifested itself since This remedy is for sale at Severs drug store May Visit Here Again T Waynoka Okla Feb 1st 1903 Friend Johnl will write you to let you know that I am still in the land of the living We are having fine weather here It is real cold 4 below zero this morning but the sun is shining bright We have not had any snow yet We have passed through the panic with out serious mishaps The farmers were well fortified having plenty of wheat corn kaffir corn broom corn and cotton on hand This was the first year for our cotton gin in this town and they have put out something over two thousand bales of cotton this year and the cotton industry will be doubled this next year as the last year was the first for the most of our people and they have made money The farmers have to sell The poultry business is a large thing in this part of the country One merchan bought 990 dozen eggs one single day and there were two other stores buying also I think he got about half that was brought to market making a total of 19SO dozen on a single day The Santafa Railroad has a large force of men and a steam shovel at I work here preparing to make this a division point between Ammorilla Texas and Kansas so our town is growing real fast making plenty of work for all and could use more Well I guess I had better close as you may get tired of reading my scribbling My does not expire August I may have a chance to few dollars in your own hand before then as my wife and babies and myself may stroll over the old hills of Brecken ridge county for a few weeks next summer so good bye- Yours W C Taut At times when you dont feell jus right when you have a bad stomach take right away that will as sist digestion not something that will timulate for a time but that will 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 Kodol ip scientific pre paration of vegetable acids with natural digestants and contains the same juices found in a healthy stomach Each dose will digest more than 3000 grains of good food It is sure to afford promps reliet iiL digests what you eat and it pleasant to take Sold by All Druggists The Meors of Today The Moors of today im tilt dowml ants of those who conqiionul Spain who were priiit rally piiritiiionnt In the southern portion for two oonturUs and relies of whoso wonderful brllcl hugs are to lie found nt the 1proxent dn In that country IndeedI it Ilr strung to consider the positron of the Moor of today whon we see the work of their hands in past centuries trod the only lies In the fact that they are unable to adapt themselves to mod era omidlUons Strand Magazine OR Save Money by Buying Cuugh I Remedy You will pay just as much for a bottle of Cough Remedy as for any of the other cough medicines but you save money In huving it The sav ing is in what you get not what you pay The suretoctue you quality is in every bottle of this remedy and you I get good rtsults when you take it Ne glected colds often develop serious con ditions and when you buy a cough medicine you want to be sure you are getting one that will cure your cold Cough Remedy always cures Price 25 and liD cents a bottle For sale in never drug III re Instinct and Reason Instinct Is the generic term for all those faculties of mind which lend to the of actions that are adaptive In character but pursued without necessary knowledge of the re lation between the menus employed and the ends attained Benson refers to those actions that are adaptive lu character and that are pursued with knowledge of the relation between the mentis employed and the ends aimed at Such is the technical statement of the difference between Instinct and rea son but the real basic difference be tween the two faculties Is unknown and probably unknowable New York American Soothes itching skin Hrals cuts or burns without a sc r Cur s pies eczema salt rheum any itching Deans Ointment Your Druggist sells it Honey Ants Certain Mexican nuts are selected by their kindred as storehouses of honey They are fed with honey until the ab domen speedily becomes smooth and round and so filled with honey that the skin Is Those ants are doomed to pnss the remainder of their lives ns mere honey cells from which their kindred extract the honey when It Is required There are several sped mens of these ants In the British run scum with the honey still within their bodies The Mexicans raid the nests of these ants for the sake of the honey that their bodies contain and the ants are eaten raw as sweet meats H JJI bIANThPAINPIiLS n FOR- NEURALGIA IISCIATICA RHEUMATisMBACKACHE PAIN CHEST- DISTRESS STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESS courtMiss Wednesday disagreeable Novemberlast suggestion purchased disappeared experience everything HeadacheV Wellington subscription untilI Respectfully something something positively Dyspepsia explanation TAKE ONE Chamberlains Chamberlains Chamberlains performance transparent transparent of the Little Tablets AND THE PAIN is GONE Cheapest accident insuranceDr Thomas Eclectric Oil Stops the pain and heals the wound All druggists sell it The LouisvilleTimes is the Hvcst 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- oBreckenridge News AND THE- Louisville Times Both One Year For 500 If you will send your order to this paper NUT to The Times If you hav- eHeadache w ems Try One They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no bad Aftereffects 25 Doses 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulk REVIVAL Series of Meetings Will Be Held at Methodist Church In April At the Sunday services the Rev B M Currie announced that the annul V 3 protracted meeting of the Met li list church will commence the first bundav in April The Rev Davis of Louis ville will assist Rev Currie in the meetingsA Remedy Elys Cream Balm is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseased mem brane resulting front Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tho CATARRH FEVERstorosTaste and Smell Tall size 50 eta at Druggists or by mail In liquid form 75 vents Ely Brothers CG Warren Street New York Louisville Evansville Packet CoIN- COIIPOHATKU I Fast Mail and Passenger lane between Louisville and Evans ville- Steamers Tell City- Tarascon Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday at 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at b p mThrough freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight hIp ments delivered quicker than 1 y rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 200 Clovorport to Evansville 200 Cloverport to Owensboro 100 Splendid accommodations for stock i General Office 154160158 4th st Louisville Ky- CcV WILLIAMS G F and P A Chas F Taylor Receiver Stop that tickling Cough Dr Shoop Cough Cure will surely atop it antI v with perfect safety It is so thoroughly 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 mountainous shrub furnish the cura tive properties to Dr Snoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sensitive bronchial membranes No opiuo no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Demand Dr Shoops Take no other Sold by All Dealers 1 t TilE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO t Issued Every Wednesday ubnoription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of yea CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at the rate 01 10 cents per line OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please sotify us V When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addres- sWEDNESDAY = EIGHT PAGES EEBRUARY 26 1908 We are sending notices this week to those whose subscriptions ex pire in March Kindly send in renewal next week All papers no paid for in advance will be discontinued t The Rev Edwin Graves appeal for a Graded School at Irvington which appears in another column of the NEWS should be read thought about and actedupon by every citizen of that coming little city Irvington is one of the most progressive towns on the Hendersonl Route and a graded school for that place next year is a certainty We are surprised one has not been there long before this Hon M L Heavrin is a candidate for reelection as State Cen tral Committeeman from this district He deserves an byreelection and we trust and believe that the several counties will so honor him An erroneous report is being circulated and one tha might work to his injury if there were a scintalla of truth in ittot- he enect that ho is ineligible on account of beinga postmaster The report Jo absolutely false The Committeemen from the Second and Third districts are postmasters and will be reelected without opposition Allie Skillman is another one of Breckenridge countys successful farmers and tobacco growers He raised nine acres of tobacco last year that brought him over 1000 in net cash This is an average of over 100 per acre Lands in the west cannot heat this for results and the beauty about it is all our land will produce same results with a man to handle them who knows how and is willing to work Breckenridge county is the best allround county in the state No strife no mutterings of discontent Everybody is happy and pros perous in love and good fellowship with his neighbor and most of them have a bank account If one wants to get into a harpy colony just come here buy a small farm go to work and youll get on the road to success and happiness A successful captain of one of the big industries of the East Sa8I Eliminate the things that dont count Put all your strength intoI the things that do Thats the way to make a success in any line And tis true too Thats just what we are trying to do in our husi ness after thirty years of experience Sending papers to Tom Dick and Harry and letting them take their time to pay for them and tome of them never pity dont count IIts the man that pays on the spot that helps you and helps himself Hes the man who appreciates what he rends and the knowledge he gains out of the paper for which he buys and pays He saves many a dollar during the year by studying II the advertisements tied buying where he can buy the cheapest Notwithstanding M1 the many valuable suggestions he gets and the informa tion he finds about his friends and neighbors It takes nerve and independence to do something out of the ordinary Getting out of the ruts and from under the domination of some party or political boss means life light and freedom A party organ has no indepen dence Its a slave a tool and a dead 1It tter 11 MATTINGLY Farmers at this place bave finished burning plant beds Dr W H Howard of this place is ill of fevers Mr and Mrs Charlie Bell of Evnns ville have moved on Mr Clint Franks farm at this place also his son Evertt X FrankT Brickey was in Hardimburg last Thursday and Friday on business Ora Wilson was the guest of Mrs 0 W Elmore of Tar Fork last week The school at this place closed Friday evening BABBAGE WINS THE UNION GOLD MEDAL Will Be Contestant Against Patterson For Intercollegiate Honors CLOVERPORT BOY SCORES ip Arthur Wallace Babbage of Clover port Ky won the handsome gold medal at the annual oratoricalcontest of the Union Literary Society of Ken tucky State College last night The subject of the winners oration was Man in the Democracy was delivered in grand style The dominant idea expressed in the m oration is the gradual evolution of mans conditions from a lower to a higher and more complete plane of living In awarding the medal Butler T Southgate spoke in highest terms of the general character of the orations de livered especially the winner i Mr Babbage the winner of the prize V is a Senior student in the Classical course Last year he was winner of the declamatory medal and the Bennett prize for the best essay submitted on tiThe Growth and Development of Con stitutlonal Governments The members of the Union Literary Society are jubilant over Mr Babbages victory and claim that he will carry off the honors when he meets the represen tative of the Patterson society in a con Kxv test for the Intercollegiate oratorical contestLexington Herald Mrs Will Pate is improving after a severe attack of grip last week Subscribe for the News Miss Flora Bricky of Bench Fat kwas the guest of Mrs S B Laslie Monday Miss Lula Brickey spent her birthday with her cousin Lillian Wilson at Mattingly Friday Walter Bric ey was the guest cf Miss May Perkins at this place Sunday Ottis Taul of Pisgah who has had a broken limb is able to be out again cousinHenryvilleMr and Mrs Charles Howardwere called to her fathers bed side Thuh slay GRADED SCHOOL FOR IRVINGTON By this we mean a decent comfortable school building suitably located and adequate for the accommodation of every pupil in the district with a suffi cient number of competent teachers to divide the school into grades after tti order of our modern graded schools This is the kind of school that is proposed for Irvington and the district of which it is a part and we shall soon beI called upon to decide by our vote whether or not we shall have it There is much to be said in favor of such a proposition We all realize no donbt that in the matter of school advantages our community is sadly wanting In point of educational facilities Kentuckys rank is low as compared withtother towns of its size in the state Irvington is unfortunately below the average in school advantages A bad state of affairs indeed even when view ed in its most favorable light but the fault becomes all the more serious and i inexcusable when we remember that we could easily correct it if we would With nearly one hundred families in our district most of whom own their homes and are in fairly good circumstances tasktfor us to establish and maintain a first anthonor to our town and an inestimable peopleIof uur vicinity Such a school would be an advantage to every man in the district Surely no parent with children to educate can fail to appreciate the worth of such an opportunity What better can we do for our children than give them the right kind of an education There was a time when the man or woman who could read and write and cipher a lit tle could get along fairly well in the world but that time is forever gone The present day demands men and S women who are trained for lifes work jji + In all the avenues of business and j trade it is the qualified man who is jf wanted and chosen while he who is not tf is encumbered with the handicap in every contest Some of us cannot give ty our children more than an education V surely we will not De content with giv miJ fyButsend shall the ratr m can readily see how such an institution yjj would be of interest not only to those j who have children to educate but also M to every other citizen in the district ffl ucontinuallyJ uI Some from il ytownstyfromj towns on the railroad in order to be in yjj jjbejjj jj What stronger inducement could our jfl ffi town offer to such people than a good1 fnlT f W iTtheanything else to the better element it added the kind they want The effect of this IV I ythethe value of our adjacent farm landso tf that in the end the business iwouldi I Mens Kip Shoes guaranteed to turn water price 275 cut to 240 lace boots regular price 400 I and 600 cut to 290 435 Ladies Shoes that sell at 175 225 I 300 and 350 cut to 150 195 235 and 300 Children shoes accordingly I hat for248300 hat for 190 250 hat for 145 hat for 125 150 hat for 100 125 hat for 80 Caps for 15 to 50 price 25c to 75c I r- I u of the profits But let us think for a moment of another fact which ought to have weignt with all who are interested in the moral welfare of our town It is this a good school in our midst is the best contribution we can make to our future citizenship Mental training is not the only result of a good education Based Upon chrjstian principles as thee course in our public schools is Its object Is impart moral as well as mental instruction Our churches have their literary schools and rich men give freely of their wealth for the support of schools and colleges and in so doing they believe and rightly so that they are doing Christian service I suppose that all good citizens would stand with one accord against the approach of an evil institution into our town because of the ruinous affect it would have upon our young people We would also guar them against any evil practice or alrightbutwhole duty toward these young people when we stop here Does not our example before them and our debt to them call for something more than a Certainlyitshalt not we must also say Thou For Sale i 3yearold filly five 2 UI yearold mules over 15 I hands high One old mule all 9yearII will stll them right Oscar W McGavock I ZI r We want your trade When iW In need of rj i l DRUGS ftand 1t 1 i i Medicines morDruggists R 1 Sundries Our goods are firstclass Our prices are right Bring ft us your mWIIj- jj Best candies in town fresh W oranges and lemons always IW in stock POSTAL CARDS t for everybody and every occasion 1sp Parks Co First Street Drugstore ft IRVINGTON KENTUCKY m for are for Clothing 600 suits 290 750 suits for 415 800 suits 475 900 suits for 500 1000 suits 550 1250 suits for 600 1500 suits for v 710 1800 suits f 800 000 overcoats fortt 315 750 for 375 1000 overcoats 460 1500 overcoats for650500 355 450 raincoats 290 Pants 90c 100 125 f150 200 225 250 Fincks Overall at 180 t1 L shalttt and then rriake it possible for those whom ve and direct to obey by putting a positive good in the place of the evil we forbid them to leave Il is to be sidcef61y hoped that no mania our district for the sake of the few dollars it would save him each will selfishly oppose our having a good graded school E W Graves Ask Yourself the Question Why not use Chamberlains Pain Balm when you have rheumatism We feelsure that the result will be prompt and satisfactory One application re lieves the pain and many have been permanently cared by its use 25 and 50 cent sizes For sale at Severs drug stole Vital I A all at a A of a new 7c to 8c to rthisShoopofqtrialCatarrhRemedyyou a well your sufferlonger Young Men men and withambition Under the new law goes Into next March over tel egraphers are required by the railroads in payfrombeginnersYou theNationalnati Ohio EVERY DETAILof of Gold Is supervised by expert millers Every bushel of wheat that Is used Is the can be j Is the of modern Thousands of I housewives are now It with the usingjj satisfactionIf have not tried I greatdeal j GrandviewaI na I iI r The Man Who Wants See Us I IIs the Man We Want See SPECIAL SALE SATURDAYY- ellow r red edge collar pads 11 inches wide worth 35c Saturday 25c Orchard Grass Seed 185 bushel Clover 1 100 per bushel Northern White Oats 64 cents bushel i Little Giant Seed Sowers 115 1I I I Vulcan Chilled Plow This plow guaranteed equal the Oliver in every respect and less f r lowestfHEATING STOVES FOR THE NEXTTWO WEEKS AT COST i McGlothlan Piggott Irvington Ky r D P 0I M RWIy1 5MMb1 MP y tAiJUNwIt1lJNNIIWtW WW1 AWA1 II I I SPECIAL SALEFor CASH andI prices paid produce We want your trade here some of the prices this week Brogans Regular Iltlens 385and Regular for for for for overcoats for raincoats and RMJOLLY lead year Prineipies lvIA PRODUCEHig- hest CapsI Hardware complete line and this hardware great reduction Furniture good line beds and mattresses springs tables cots Wood bedsteadsat great reduction Dry Goods Bright calicoes Now Ginghams 8ic lOc Percals lOc IrvingtonKentucky w I Catarrh truth worth and Ladies Young should learn telegraphy 8hour which effect 18000 additional milling Cadicks Dust Flour best that obtained The Flour finest product milling methods very C to to Seed is to ZC M and 350 200 iron chairs ladies Groceries 20 Ibs standard granulated sugar to each family for 100 3 large cans tomatoes 25 1 can red salmon 11 8 Ibs No1 coffee 100 5j lbs KaraVan coflee 100 1 can sweet potatoes 09 lean Ilye hominyt 09 1 box oat meal 09 22lbs white beans 100 lIb best tea 50 1 bushel potatoes 95 7 bars soap 25 20 Ibs red kidney beans 100 1 U California peaches 141 2 IIbs Soda 041 1 can Oysters 09 Best Lard 111 Freshside meat 11 Freshshouldormeat08ore J N O Molasses 47 Vinegar country 27 I Oil 12iI WN t U O 1 1 s ivi x T 1 A HAPPY HOME Is one where health abounds With impure Wood therecann J be good health I I i With a disordered LIVER there cannot be good blood I Tutts Pillsrev- ivify I i I I the torpid LIVER and rejtorc its natural action IjI A healthy LIVER means pure- blood i I I I Pure blood means health Health means happiness Take BO Substitute All Druggists I 1 15he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEB 26 1908 PERSONAL i AND LOCAL Miss Katherine Moorman is home from Louisville to be with her father Dr J L Moorman whose con dition in still serious Mr and Mrs Roscoe Severs arrived Sunday night from Cincinnati to visit Mr and Mrs D H Severs 1 Mrs Wells continues to be ill at th- rime e of her daughter Mrs Lizziei GeerMr and Mrs Percell were in Louisville last week to attend the funeral Mr Percells sisters fiance ofII Miss Annie Jarboe returned fro Bowling Green last night Rob Moorman of Glendeane was th guest of Miss Ray Heyser Wednesday Mr and Mrs Ed McAfee of Irving- ton were guests at the Knights o I Pythias banquetIMr and Mrs R N Hudson andii daughter Virginia of Versailles left for their home Monday after a short visit to Mrs J D Gregory i Frederickiwere in Hawesville last weekII n Geo Windelkin spent Sunday atI Irvington the guest of Miss Payne Miss Jane Hambleton will attend the J wedding of Miss Adele Fisher and Mr Fred Herring today at Owensboro Owen Hunter left Friday for Glenc deaneMr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot have been visiting In Chvensboro Highest prces paid for eggs poultry and produce at M Wmns Meat Market Cloverport j1 4 Mrs Robert Hendrick of Hardins burg is the guest of her mother Mrs Barney Squires daughterHelen1 after a short visit to Mr and Mrs J C I Ntflte Mr and Mrs Walter Graham and J B Ginson of Cloverport have returned from a visit near the Mammoth Cave where they went to be at the bedside of Mr Gipsons brother who is very ill I suffered habitually from constipa tion Doans Rtgulets relieved and strengthened the bowels so that theyl have bern regular ever slnceA ECJ 1Mrs1 Sunday on account of the illness of a j close relative Shapinskv Bros had a big auction sale Saturday and are continuing it this 1 week They are letting their goods go at any price and almost giving away the remainder of their stocff Miss Ree Willis will return from Louisville this week after a pleasant visit to Mrs RandellaJasper Head of Lodiburg was theE guest of Miss Julia Wroe FridaytGo to Shapinsky Bros This week will probably be the last chance to get an overcoat and a suit of clothes below cost Mr and Mrs aherePauleylookfriends are glad to welcome them home Mrs Robert Polk is able to be at her millinery parlnrs again after being ill of grip at her home two weeks Mrs Polk will go to Louisville the tenth of March to buy her spring goods The bargain hunters will do well to go to Shapinsky this week to get the benefits of his auction sale Mens shoes boys shoes and suits are going below cost at Shupinskys this weekg ABOUT MEN WHO iiAREt tThere is a little fear that J C Nolte Bro wilt liise one of their beSt men in the personage of Mf Chas Fallen Mr Fallon Is stagestruck 000 Edward Bowne has returned home from a business trio to Chicago 000 Harry Hills was one of the out townguests at the Knights of Pythias Banquet Although Mr Hillshas been at Richmond with the L A R Riii stIy his visits home 000 Word has been received from Durant I T that Mr George W Short is Iill of pneumonia His friends here regr to learn of his illness and hope it is n serious 000- J D Gregory one of the most active and best liked business men of this city is now agent for gasoline enginesi 000Ernest and Austin Popham have opened a grocery store at Lewisport and carry a complete line of groceries oop Eight more employees were laid off at the Henderson Route shops Saturday oooH- NW Biggs of Irvington attended the banquet Thursday night Mr Biggs is the agreeable and capable Pharmacytn here was Mr Oscar Dowell who has charge of the rural routes via Bewley ville 000 A new schedule of courts for this byJasbar and it will be introduced into th legislature in the next few days It i becomese aj law will afford many advantages over advantagise j thfof JulyJ Ito the first of September It will also avoid having any term of court during J tthe week of the annual election The1 first civil term will come in February which will afford prompt trial for suits Jgrowing out of failure of persons to comply with contracts maturing the first of the year thebillin the district and the bill will be intro duced in the senate by the Senator R W Owen of the district in which Han cock is located and in the house by the Hon H K Cole of the Owensboro district Hartford Herald 000 Nemesius Nielson manager of the Tar Springs is having a handsome little booklet printed at the News office and 5000 copies will be mailed next month for the purpose of advertising the resort Mr Nielson does not believe in sham even in catalogues and he is very particular that the phamplet shall picture the Springs as it really is Under the management of Mr Nielson the Tar Springs will no doubt be one if not the most pleasant resort in Kentucky this summer One of the new amusement features there will be skating rink ooo Though Rev James T Lewis has to battle with ill health this winter in a way been considerably handi jn his work his church workers stood by him The Baptist prayer meetings are well attended and much interest is being taken in them by th young people Mr Chris splendileaders Do the right thing if you have Nasal Catarrh Get Elys Cream Balm at once Dont touch the catarrh powders snuffs for they contain cocaine Cream Balm releases the secre that inflame the nasal passages and the throat whereasmedicines made with mercury merely dry up the secretions and leave you no better than you were In a word Elys Cream Balm is real remedy not a delusion All druggists 50 cents or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York Visits of The Stork The stork visited the homes of Mr and Mrs Forrest Jennings and Mr and Mrs James Johnson Saturday the fifthtcenth and left in each one a fine girl DeWitts Carbolized Witch HazeI Salve is best for cuts burns boils bruises and scratches It is especially for piles Sold by All Druggists Is your baby thin weak fretful I Make him a Scotts Emtilsfon baby r Scotts Emulsion is Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites prepared so that it is easily digested by little folksIConsequently the baby that is fed on Scotts Emulsion is a sturdy rosyjj cheeked little fellow full of health and vigor t ALL DRUGGISTS 5Oo AND 100tt rt 1 WANTED 50 feedII ofHead Cattle to either steers or heif iierSt Would buy a few young dry Cows TradetA few Horses and 1 Hules Also one sad die and harness Stal lionII BEARD BROS I IIARDINSBURG KY I J oJ Important NOtiC9as Trains 117 118 Clo verport Louisville week end accommodation will be withdrawn from the service commencing with train no 1 17 Sunday Feb Trainse147 8 will maintain the the same daily schedule between Cloverport and EvansvilleL G P A your attention Not the hail regulartfair and squaro invitation to cut your cares in half by con nection with our wellknown BANK and learn the advantages of paying bills by check We invite your account now BANK OF CLOVERPORT ClOYERPORT KY III Bert Barber of Elton Wis says 1 have only taken four doses of your Kidney and Bladder Pills and they have done for me more than any other 1 medicine has ever done Iam stilltt taking the pills as I want a perfect cure Mr Barber refers to DeWitt s Kidney and Bladder Pills They are sold b- All y Drugggists STEPHENSPORT l Mrs L D Foxwho has been danger ously ill is improving Born to the wife of Dr Neyitt a fine girl Sunday morning Mrs Nelia Miller of Hardinsburg is the guest of relatives and friends here Mrs Elijah Brown and children are sick at this writing Miss Pauline Moorman left last week for Cincinnati to enter tha conservatory of music for a three months stay Mrs M L Roberts left last week for Florida to spend the remainder of the winter Abe Bennett and family of Chenault is expected to move here this week They have purchased the L B Helm property Mrs G W Payna gave a dining last week iu honor of Mr Paynes birthday Mrs Georgia Sargent left Tuesday fc r Owensboro to attend the wedding of her s m William Sargent W J Schoop went to Louisville Saturday evening + = t- II m Wantsl i + FOIL SALEA fine now Kurtzrnimn p ana ruro bargain Jeff Owen Glenuuune Cy dALE antI Cutting machine ood Luuuury machines IIiUlhalld GUll und Uusollni UMlfK MH 3rd Street FOR of 205 errs in HuMln ttUIIdI IOtEllzcthrFOK = A LEla iw Mill UiulMi p port rlltIIIKanything utClllvrlorfI FOUND A signet gold ring Owner can Kllmu by giving thin name o the iInif tut Ing fo thU ad vt rtlsvmeut 25 cents toJKKKY iIIKOIin 4- II To Whom It May Concern I Am Wiling tot Make the Following Prices Salt per barrel S 1 S150 Cement per barrel 130 Royal Fence 47 in high 100 rods30 01 The HartieBeckner Plow No 12 No 13 each1200 ilow3751hgrseKentucky Plow C 0500 Kentucky Plow PO3 00 3ply paper Roofing per sq 115 Role Cup painted Routing j qutlre275Lin I yew Erie Paint per pal 150 Oliver Chilled plow lunUh pricoEmplre J12 SO A nice little line of Imrnett prieeWill Brake Fertilizer whicn will huvu 10 per cent Phosporlc acid and 4 per cent Potash which 1 will sell for about per ton 2200 Smooth Wire No 11 per 100 pounds300Bu-rQ Wire 80 rod length 240 Flour straight grucle5 20 Meal per bushelmiles- ldts the ab ve rpeeifi d ar tiles we have a ii e llIne if llroc ne wh1 h we mko iodin ic sWill KVC spoai atten tiiti t 1 telph ne 0 mail orders Wi I close lby thanking our c tlDHrs f the as pi rant II i rvss a d a king em i r a o tinujiift We fnia n as ee JAGray Co Harned KyI Use DeWitts Little Early Riser pleasant little pills Theyare easy to take Sold by All Druggists CUSTOM Miss Mary Durbin has returned home after spending a week with her sister Mrs John Dowell at Basin Spring Mr Bill Tobin who has been seriously ill for the past three months is able to be out again Miss Leona Still has returned home after spending several weeks in Irving tonMiss Mary Durbin entertained sever al of her friends at her home Tuesday I evening All reported a good time Miss Lillian Stith has returned home after spending a week in Irvington the guest of Miss Claudie Bandy Mrs Annie Rowe of New Albany is the guest of her mother Mrs O F Jantzan expectedhome SaturdayinIrvingtonMiss I weeks in Rock Haven JJohn Durbin attended the funeral of his brotherinlaw James Jarrett who died Sunday February 15 Walter Wall of Irvington was the guest of Miss Leona Still Sunday What To Do When Bilious The right thing tp do when you feel bilious is to take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels Try it Price 26 cents Samples free at Hevers drugstore I MEET ME AT NOL7ES ReductionIn Blankets Comforts A Deeper Cut In Furs Misses and Chilerens Cloaks The need of space for spring goods causes this reduction Thusour lossyour gai- nBUY NOW J C Nolte r8L Bro Cloverport Ky I I MIAMAGASOUNEENGINESFORSALECall Cloverport Planing Mill I CloaksSuits WaistsSkirts Departments Silks and Velvets Black Dress Goods Colored Dress Goods Ribbons Womens Neckwear Handkerchiefs Laces and- Embroideries Notions Linings TrimmingsWash Flannels and- Domestics Mens Furnishings- Art Needlework Pyrograpby China and Glassware Knit UnderwearGloves ReadytowearGarments Muslin UnderwearEtc Millinery Shoes CarpetsDraperies and Furniture KISME Chewing Gum Pckges FOR MAIL ORDER- CUSTOMERS ONLY Sale Goods Can be Obtained Only 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Cromwell said I thank you for the Information you have given me but ns you have turned traitor to your coun trymen the only reward I will give you Is that you shall be hanged on the very next tree that I come to Cromwell had the shoemaker hanged and cut the pipe he had told him of lending to the castle which then sur rendered London Telegraph Made It Clear When Colonel Edmund Rice was In command of the Twentysixth Infantry mostly volunteers from New Englandi In the Philippines he organized from his regiment a company of mounted scouts To equip them for this service he made requisition on headquarters Tor the necessary outfit including eighty nosebags Some olllclous clerk in the quartermasters olllce in Ma nila returned the requisition to Colo nol Rico with these written re marks Your report shows but sixty mon in your mounted company Why do you require eighty nosebags The colonels explanation was short and characteristic It was It Is tni I have but sixty men but I have eighty horses The nosebags aro for Un horses not for tho menIe Inoculation For Smallpox Lady Mary Wortley Montagu Is generally credited with having Introduced Inoculation Into England from Turkey In 1718 she had her son Inoculated at Adrlanople with success She was allowed to have It tried in England on seven condemned criminals In 1721 and In 1722 two members of the royal family were Inoculated The practice was bitterly opposed by the clergy until 17GO A Dr Mend practiced inocu lation with success up to 1754 and Dr Dunsdnlo of London Inoculated Cath erine II of Russia In 17G8 Vaccine In oculation was Introduced by Dr Jon nor hi 1700 New York American The Jumping Off Place Consumption had me in its grnspan I had almost reached the jumping ofT place when I was advised to try Dr Kings New Discoveryi and I want to say right now it saved my life Improve ment began with the first bottle and after taking one dozen bottles I was a well andUbppy man again says George Moore of Grimesland N C As a reme dy for coughs and colds and healer of weak sore lungs and for preventing pneumonia New Discovers is supreme COc and 5100 at Severs drug store Trial bottle free MEN OF EARLIER AGES Were They the Mental Peers of the Men of Today The general Idea that our enormous advances In science and command over nature serve us demonstrations of our mental superiority to the men of ear lUll ages IIii totally unfounded The uvll iice of history rend of the earliest monuments alike goes to Indicate that our Intellectual and moral nature has HeartTroubles TroublesThe may be weak just the same as the eyes stomach or other organs It often happens that a person is born with a weak heart Then again dis ease fevers overexertion anxiety nervousness rheumatism etc weaken the heart The result is shortness of breath pal pitation pain in the heart or in some of the nerves of the chest or abdomen The heart should be strengthened with a tonic equalsDrI had LaGrlppe last fall as I thought in a mild form I was weak tired feeling and short of breath gooddealbreathing and extremely nervous I began taking Dr Miles Heart Cure and Nervine and now I feel so much better In every way I am so thank ful that I began taking this medicine and shall not hesitate to tell others how much good it has done me MRS F J NORTON Freovflle New York Your druggist sells Dr Miles Heart Cure and we authorize him to return 9price of first you bottle only If It falls Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind r k E1 WOMANS BACKACHE The back is the mainspring of womans organism It quickly calls attention to trouble by aching It tells with other symptoms such as nervousness headache pains in the loins weight in the lower part of the body that a womans feminine organism needs immediate attention In such cases the one sure remedy which speedily removes the cause and restores the feminine organism to a healthy normal condition i- sLYDIAEPINKHAMS VEGETABLE COMPOUND Mrs Will Young of 6 Columbia Ave Rockland Me says I was troubled for a long time with dreadful backaches and n pain in my side and was miserable in every way I doctored until I was discouraged and thought I would never get well I read what Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound had done for others and decided to try it after taking three bottles I can truly say that I never felt so well in my life EarlPaII I had very severe backaches and pressingdown pains I could not sleep and had no appetite Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound cured me and made me feel like a new woman 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 positivelycurpd thousands 01 women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulcera- tionI fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bearing down feeling flatulency indiges tiondizzinessor nervous prostration not advanced in guy perceptible degree In the second place we tlnd that the supposed great mental Inferiority of savages Is equally unfounded The more they are sympathetically studied tho more they are found to resemble ourselves in their inherent intellectual powers Even the so long despised Australian savages almost the lowest In material progress yet show by their complex language their social regulations and often by an Innate nobility of char acter Indications of a very similar In ner nature to our own If they pos sess fewer philosophers and moralists they are also free from so large a proportion of unbalanced mindsIdiots and lunatics as we possess On the other hand we fled In the higher Pa title types mon who though savages as regards material progress are yet generally admitted to be physically intellectually and morally our equals If not our superiors Thirdly we have no proof whatever that even the men of tho stone age were mentally or morally Inferior to ourselves Alfred llussel Wallace In Fortnightly Review When the baby is cross and has you worried and worn out you will find that a little Cascasweet the well known remedy lor babies and children will quiut the little one in a short time The ingredients are printed plainly on the bottle Contains no opiates Sold by All Druggists NOT MERELY IDLING 1 Wherein the Writer Resembled the Man on the Buoy That writer said a publisher referring to an author who seemed to be Idling away his time Is In reality try Ing hard to work to get his Ideas flow Ing but he is stuck lie said to me himself that he re sembled a man who made a bet one summer day at the shore that he would swim out a mile and a half to a certain buoy The bet was accepted and the tsar stripped and plunged In His friend retired to the hotel to watch his progress from the window From the window with a fieldglass the friend saw the swimmer reach the buoy In due course draw himself up out of the water and sit down com fortably with his legs dangling over So far so good Evidently he was rest Ing well pleased with his feat Some minutes passed and the swim mer had not moved The watcher returned to his book But every now and then ho looked up and still the swimmer sat in the same position on thebuoyAn two hours went by Still the swimmer remained A white slim figure seen against the oncoming dark he sat on the buoys edge Ills feet dangled in the sea He seemed to be musingFinally It began to grow quite dark and thoroughly alarmed at last the watcher got a boat and a couple of bargees and rowed out to his friend Out there the mystery was soon ex plained The man was stuck fast to the buoy which had been freshly tarred that morning Washington Star j WOLVES OF FRANCE A Picture of Their Ferocity In the Eighteenth Century The ferocious wolf said a nature student Is the most perfect expres slon of carnivorous bloodthirst that walks HIs Jaw Is the most terrible of weapons Its slashing bite can break the leg of a buffalo nod the noise of It when at work In u sbeepfold resembles nothing so much as the Incessant crucking of a heavy whip He took down a book Here Is what the wolves of France were like he suld This Is a letter from tile famous Duchess of Orleans dated at Marly Feb n 1700 Tacks of wolves commit fearful ravages They have devoured the post man of Alencon and his horse Two of the beasts attacked a tradesman near Mona one springing at his throat In response to his shrieks two dra goons who were walking by came to his help One drew his sword and ran a wolf through the body on which It turned and seized Its new assailant bj the throat Ills comrade came up and beat the brute off but not before It hud killed the man Meanwhile the other wolf had seized the second dragoon from behind and dragged him down Finally when effective help arrived both the soldiers and one wolf were found dead The other had got away As for the tradesman his leg was so piteously torn that It had to be ampu tated above the kneeCincinnati Enquirer rtnlM UCUtB Acrid lUo Dcy say dat steady drip pin o wnterll wear away n stone Dreamy PeteJes tlnk den wofi bappen t a mans stomach by pourla glassfuls Inter ItBohemia- nCERTAIN RESULTS Many A Kentucky Citizen Knows How Sure They Are C Nothing uncertain about the work of Doans Kidney pills in Kentucky There is plenty of positive proof of this in the testimony of citizens Such evidence should convince the most skeptical sufferer Read the following statement Mrs L Varalli living at 923 Fifth St Louisville Ky saysIII am happy to say that Doans Kidney Pills have beenfof great benefit to me and to other members of my family I fre quently had attacks of backache and kidney trouble before using your remedy but after using two boxes of the pills the troubles were entirely cured I have recommended Doans Kidney Pills to a great many of my friends for I attribute my present good health to the use of Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the nameDoansandt- ake no other- Subscribe for the News r Put Your Money where It will grow under trowfastersob way Write for our free hioklet ION which tolls nil about how to Bank by Mall safely and conveniently from any part of the State We pay 5 per cent Interest annually Our capital secures you oJ Slow and careful makes good Sorting new factory clippings for COUPON BOND e U0PW EK1 Il 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 e CJPKII BONES than on any other bond paper Made in the same way for 30 earsno other paper is so fit to back up youreray matter as The firms thnt use COM7QM BO65D are theII firms that uo oth r paper will suit Order 500 sheets and envelopes from us and enjoy COlT olete letter satisfaction The Breckenridge News CLOVERPORT KY u Unwinds Hare Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it Provalenor of Kidney Disease Most people do not realize the alarm ins increase and remarkable prevalence tells bothsentfreelby of kidney disease- Whilekidneydis lorders are the most diseases that pre vail they are almost the last recognized by patient and phy sicians who con tent thcmstlvet with doctoring the effects while the org inal disease undermines the system What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pant in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You mav have a sample bottle and a book that all Kilmer Co Bine common hamton N Y When Homo of Bwunpiioot writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y Doat make any mistake but remember tho name SwumpHoot Dr Kllntrh Simni ttjot and the vMreiM Hlnelmmton N Y 111 n + u lttIA Protecting the Vicuna Steps are being taken In Peru to prevent the valuable vicuna from being exterminated This mountain animal is hunted for its wool and for the hides a rug made from one being worth 15 to oO In consequence of being so persistently hunted the ani mals migrate to the higher altitudes where many of them perish because vegetation Is so scareD INTERESTING INSTRUCTIVE Correct English How to Use its A flonthly Magazine Devoted to the Use of English JOSEPHINE TURCH BAKER Editor PARTIAL CONTENTS Course in Grammar How to Increase Ones Vocabulary The At of Conversation Shall and Will Should and 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in formation This unique and valuable Atlas lg FREE to ALL EVENING POST SUn SCRIUKItS If not now a subscriber send 300 for a full years subscription by mall or 200 for six months subscription Understand that these rates are by mall only and that subscription Price by carrier or agent Is 10 cents per week The Evening Post Is first In everything has tho most State news and best market reports A dally newspaper for the home The Evening Post LOUISVILLE KY Special Price On Atlas and Evening Post With this Paper j One Year 350 6 Months 225 3 Months 250 the Breckenridge News CLOVERPORT KY i tI j t I j One Flh1ting1 h Chance Continued From Page 2 newly lighted flame or unaccustomed purity the dawning flicker of aspiration to better things Whatever It was material plritual was gone now and where It hnd glimmered for a night tliold accustomed twlllt doubt crept tnthe same dull acquiescence the same uncertainty of self the familiar lack of will of Incentive the congenial tendency to drift and with it cam weariness perhaps reaction from the recent skirmishes with that master viceI suppose he said In a dull voice you are right No I an wrong wrong she said lifting her lovely face and heavy eyes But I have chosen my path And you will forget I hope so he said simply If you hope so you will Mortimer peeping down at them aver the thicket above yawned Impatiently and glanced about him for the most convenient avenue of self cfface ment when the time arrived Continued Next Week I wish that I might talk with all sick ohes abont the actual cause of StomachI Heart and Kidney ailments plain in person how weak Stomach nerves leads to Stomach weakness I am sure would interest all And it is the same with weak Hearts or weak Kidneys This is why my prescription Dr Shoops Restorativeso promptly reaches ailments of the Stomach Heart and Kidneys It is wrong to drug the stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys These weak inside nerves simply need more strength My re storative is the only prescription made expressly for the nerves Next to seeing yon personally will be to mail you free my new booklet entitled What To Do I will also send samples of my Restora tive as well Write for the book today It will surely interest you Address Dr Shoop Box 8 Racine 9i- sBLACKJACK NOTES 1 1Dirs Lon Ritchie Is confined to her room with rheumatism Mrs J H Shacklett is able to be up after a severe spell of grip Willie Mills and Nelle Brown of Gus ton Spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ernest Brown Eugene Medley is on the sick list A W Shacklett mother and sister spent last Saturday in Guston with fIrs Ava Burch f Miss Lena Hardesty of Paynesville 1 1and John Flaherty of Concordia spent several days last week with Ora Hardest I Misses Lillif and Dona Miller Nelle Brown and Willie Mills ofGuston and Mrs Lamb dined with Mr and Mrs Ernest Brown last Sunday Ernest Downs Dick Prather and Jim Miller were guests in the afternoon Clayton Bradley and Ernest Brown f attended the funeral of Bert Craycroft at St Martin last Tuesday Simpson Downs spent last Sunday with Joe Prather I Claude Ritchie is able to sit up after a very severe spell of pneumonia Little Allie Mae Downs is on the sick listFrank Whealon of Flaherty spent a few days last week with Geo Prather Lula Sipse spent several days in the vicinity of Elizabethtown thej guest of relatives Hardware Axes single and double bit best brands at65c Hands Saws at 85C Double and single barrel Guns at 600 and Shot gun Shells a 350 Razors at Good Curry Combs5cH- orseBrushes worth 25c for 15c Large box Carpet Tax 4c Machine Oil formerly sold at 100 bottlo for5cF-g Beaters 4c Smiths Screen Door Hinges 8c Little Giant Seed Sowers Plow Lines 18 feet for8c Mrs Nannie Foushee Is with her I daughter Mrs Nettie Hilf at Ekron for a few days visit Mis Agnes Lancaster was the guest of the1 Misses Ritchie recentlyo Misses Lillie and Dona Miller were in Flaherty shopping last Friday Grippe is sweeping the country Stop it with Preventics before it pots 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 harsh or sickening Pneumonia would neve appear if early colds were prompt ly broken Also good for feverish children Large box 48 tablets 25 cents Vest Pocket boxes 5 cents Sold by all dealers Wants Every One To Help Houston Miss Jan 30 1908 Dear News and Friends in Ky We wish to send greetings to you and I wish for all our loved friends in our dear old native state a year of happiness andprosperity Our work here is most pleasant The Parson was unamin ously recalled with quite an increase in salary for which we thank the giver of all good and perfect gifts We have had the happiness of entertaining for the past month my cousin Miss Dell Hollingsworth and her two neices who will tour the South this winter return ing to Iowa in May May every subscriber come up to the help of the editor against the mighty foe debt and may this be the mos prosperous year of your life Sincerely Jenny Keith Lusk Feel languid weak rundown Headache Stomach offJust a plain case of lazy liver Burdock Blood Bitters tones liver and stomachpromotes digestion purifies the blood Subscribers To The Front Frymire Ky Feb 3 1908 Dear Mr Babbage Enclosed find 1 00 Please send me the News for one more year Your paper is the best county paper I have ever read and I hope all of the old subscribers as well as the new ones will appreciate your kindness enough to come to the front with the cash and not stop because they can not get credit Your Ida B Wheeler Everything 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 digestant that will do the work the digestive juices are not doing The best remedy known today for all stomach troubles is Kotlol 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 STEPHENSPORT The missionary exercise at the Baptist Sunday afternoon was quite a success There were fiftyone that took iartJin the exercise Miss Georgia Bassham is spending the week with her cousin Mrs Chas I TiniusMrs George Driskell who has been very ill is improving some at this Jess Walls and nephew C L Walls of Hazeldell were in town Sat urday iP16Z1P1P mYPLC76Z1GtY1IU1t H1IYGM rtl Stoves High Grade Steel Range with resovoir Steel Range without resovoir regular 25 for 2250 No7 Step Stoves575D- rum Stoves large size regular price 300 cut price 260 Medium size Drum Stoves 230 Small size Drum Stoves 205 Coal Heating stoves from 350 to 1000 Stove Pipe 4 5 and 5k inch at joint 6c 6inch Stove Pipe joint 10c Coal Oil best grade gallon 14c One pound Mica Axle Grease 2 boxes for 15c 3 pound buckets Mica Axle for 20C f LNlflf1TERGuns Cartridges and Shotgun Shells- are easily distinguished from other makes which equal them neither in quality nor reputation by the big WTRADE MARK RIO IN U 8 PAT Off which appears on every package of Winchester goods The big red W is to guns and ammunition what the word H Sterling is to silverware the world over Therefore for your own always ee Look for the Big Red W Miss Bessie Mitchell of Holt attend ed the missionary exercise here Sunday Miss Lonnie Varble is able to be out againMr and Mrs Abe Bennett of Chenault were in town last week and made a deal with Mrs R H Vaughan for the property of her mother Mrs L B HelmThe are now by a great many that we will have another flood as the river is rising rapidly rt this writingMrs Jane Brown of New Albany is the guest of her son Elijah Brown Mrs Johnson Stites is very low at this Mrs W J Shoop is visiting relatives in LouisvilleScott is able to be out again after a few days illness Our presiding elder Bro Hays pass ed through town Saturday enroute to Union Star to attend the quarterly meetingMrs Robinson has returned from Owensboro where she made quite a long visit with relatives John Martin has returned from Lou isville Miss Mary Belle Bassham was in town last week the guest of Miss Esther PayneRev F R Roberts performed the marriage ceremony of Miss Annie Belle I Grant and Mr Jesse Hook near Lodi burg Mrs G W Payne is able to be out after a few days illness I I will relieve soreness and easier 4 than any other sold for that ItI to the the blood drives I I away f and gives PRICE 2550 6 tOO DrEarl S Sloan O We have a large stock of Bed Suits at 14 to 30 Dresses Extension Table Center Tables Kitchen Cabinets Couches Rocking Chairs Springs Full line Carpets Mattings and Rugs Mrs R W Vaughan of Lexington was in town last week and disposed of her mothers household goods in other words they are for sale at the storage Betsy Roff has passed her birthday in January and still lives alone cared for only by the good people of Suffering Dollars Saved E S Loper of Manila N Y says I am a carpenter and have had many sever cuts healed by Bucklens Salve It has saved me suffering and It is by far the best healing salve I have ever found Heals burns sores ulcers fever sores eczema and piles 25c at Severs drug store Writes A Letter Alton Kansas Dear EditorI thought I would write to the News My papa has taken the paper for ten years I like to read it very much I am a little girl ten years old I go to school everv day My teachers name is Miss Ollie Brown I like her fine I would like very much to see a country I have two brothers Their names are Edgar and Paul Edgar has a pony her name is Goldie My papa has five head of horses I live in town in a six roomed house At this is my first letter I hope to see it in print Well I willcloseYour reader Ruth Basham t One trial will convince you th- atSIoans Letstiffness quicker and preparation purpose penetrates bone- quickens fatigue musclesl roomAunt ninetyeighth Stephensport Arnica dollars Splendid Breckenridge l Thousands use Sloans Liniment I for rheumatism neuralgia toothache sprains crampormuscles stiff BosronMassUSA ASHCRAFTS ASHCRAFTS CHALLENGE SALE Furniture Room Mattreases Carpets Rugs Clover Seed Ti othy Red Top 100 Bushels best Orchard Grass Seed Home Grown at J195 per bushel WE ARE AGENTS FOR McCormick Binders Mowers Rakes Hay Presses And Also the GENUINE OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS And the BROWN Riding or Walking Also a Full Line of SALT LIME and CEflENT ASHCRAFT ASHCRAFTIRV- INGTON KY THE AWKWARD MRS Single as Well as Married Women Once Carried This Title A curiously awkward word If It be a word Is Mrs It Is not spelled as It Is pronouncedno one but a Welsh man or a Pole would be equal to pronouncing It as it Is spelledand Its pro nunciation Is a clumsy contraction of the good old English designation mis tressIn the days of old when leisure had not become as it Is now almost a for gotten luxury and people were less anxious to clip their speech the full pronunciation was often used and mistress was not altogether elbowed out of existence by the vulgar missis But nowadays mistress has drop ped out and consequently the con tracted pronunciation of Mrs has prevailed and holds the field Another point worth noting In the history of the designation Is that about ICO years ago and earlier Mrs was applied quite impartially to unmarried as well as married ladles Even children were sometimes styled Mrs The burial of an Infant daughter of John Milton who died at the age of five months Is recorded in the parish register of St Margaret Westminster and her name is entered as Mrs Katherine followed by n small c to indicate that a child is mount But this may be regarded as an exceptional use of the tltleSt James Gazette A Sabbatarian Dog Tip was an Irish setterhis name was really Tipperary and Tip for short said a New Yorl clubman He knew when it was Sunday and he kept the day He was the only Sab batarian dog lover knew Ho used to sleep on a rug In ray room I had to keep early hours in those days and every morning at 7 oclock Tip would put his cold nose against my fade and remind me that It was time to go to work Then while I was dressing he would go to the village postotlice and bring homo the mall On Sunday he never stirred oft his rug until I was good and ready to got up which was usually quite late and noth ing could Induce him to go to the post office on that day And the best part of the story Is It Is absolutely true New York Tribune No Plot The actor rounded up in Russia with a bunch of others retained his composure while his companions in misfortune were giving way to despair I can prove my Innocence of com plicity in any conspiracy to the complete satisfaction of the authorities he said How can you do that one of his companions asked You will always be suspected of being connected with a plot lIe smiled confidently Not when I tell them that for years I have been playing In musical come dies Baltimore American Neighborhood Favorite Mrs E D Charles of Harbor Maine speaking of Electric Bitters says It is a neighborhood favorite hare with us It deserves to be a favorite everywhere It gives quick relit in dyspepsia liver complaint kidney derangement mal nervousness wenkness andJ general debility Its action on the blood as H makes it especially useful as a spring medicine This grandalterative tonic is soldunder guarantee nt Severs drug store SOc Timely Suggestions- To bo ready for emergencies it is always well to know some simple things to do before the doctor comes Much embarrassment may thereby be saved Firstofallthrow all the old shoos oJazcv m az2vacr a rsmcrirowoo azza tR our be 350 200 writing price price writing Sunday timbered morning nutrition purifier Buggy Harness Single and sets well made and stylish at IS 10 112 U5 and 18 Horse Collars at 75c to 325 Saddles Bridles Harness Trace Chains Back and Belly Bands at lowest cash pricesLumber line Ceil ing and Lumber Sash Doors Screen Doors all at a lower price than any other house Barn Door and track large stock at greatly reduced prices to sellout 50 Best Grinders sold every whore at our price only 200Blacksmithing Our blacksmith shop is equipped with nil the modern conveniences and is in charge of one of the best me chanics in the state He can shoe u horse to a taste and sharpen your plow in a second BABY GIRL fiRlED AND SCRATCHED All the TimeTorturing Eczema Covered Her BodyCould Not SleepDoctor Said Sores Would Last for Years Skin Now Clear CURED IN THREE MONTHS BY CUTICURA REMEDIES I take great pleasure in tolling you what a great help it was for mo to usa Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment sutTeringfromwas all over her but tho worst was on her faco and hands Her hands wore so bad that she could not hold Sho cried and scratched all tho time and could not sleep night or day from tho scratching I had her under the doctors caro for a year and a half and ha seemed to do her no good I took her to tho best doctor in tho city and ho said that sho would have the sores until she was six years old But if I had do pended on the doctor my baby would have lost her mind and died from the want of aid I used all the remedies that everybody told me about and I tortured tho child almost to death Then I saw In tho paper how Cuticura was the thing for irritating skin I bathed her with warm water and Cuticura Soap and used tho Cuticura Ointment Sho was cured in three months Now her skin is as clear and smooth as it could be I shall recommend tho use of Cuticura wherever I see tho skin in bad condition Alice L Dowell 4700 Easton Ave St Louis Mo May 2 and 20 1907 1 GROWS Cuticura Removes Dandruff and Soothes Itching Warm shampoos with Cuticura Soap and light dressings with Cuticura prevent dry thin and falling hair remove crusts scales and dandruff destroy hair parasites soothe irritated itching surfaces stimulate tho hair follicles loosen tho scalp skin supply tho roots with energy and nourishment and make tho hair grow upon a sweet healthy scalp when ill other treatment fails Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor of Infants Children and Adultscon Blsts ot Cuticura Soap 25c to Cleanse the Skin CUll cura Ointment Me to Heel tbe Skin nod CutJ curs Hwolvent 50elor In the form of Chocolate Coated Illls 250 per vial of bat to Purity the Blood Sold throughout the world Iotter Drug fc Chem Jorp Sole Iropi Boiton Mass MMalled free Cuticura nook on Skin Diseases and soiled clothes in the room under the bed The doctor may be a neat and orderly soul and such things lying about may jar on his artistic close all the windows in the room the doctor likes to tell you to open them and give the patient air the first thing when he comes in so that he may have something to begin charging for right Lockup the patent medicine chest you willwant to have some remedy of which you are certain to givo to the patient after the doctor has gone Deafness Cannot be Cured I by local applications as they cannot rwich diseased portion of the ear There is unly IIthe way to cure deafness and that Is by eon stlUitloiiul remedies Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition ot the mucous lining ot the RustachlAn Tube When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Im perfect hearing and when It is entirely closed Deafness Is the result and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ton are caused by Catarrh which Is nothing but tin Inflamed conditioner the mucous surfaces We will Rive One Hundred Dollars for uny case of Deafness caused oy catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars froe PJ Cheney Co Toledo to fold byDruRStlsts 75i Take Halls Family Pills for constipation C i We challenge any of competitors to sell the goods listed below cheaper than we do It will soon spring time These goods youll need Now is the time to buy Chopping Shot box40c Sprouting Hoes45C 125 friend taken church Master 30for2475 protection strength contracted and Field Seeds BluegrassSeed CULTIVATORS Milton double Complete Flooring Finishing Mouldings Meyers Hangers Cycle 450 queens anything HAIR Scalps wholesome sensibilities away condition Paints and Oils Full line Mastic Paints high grade goods at lowest market prices Also full line Handy Paints and Varnishes Carriage and buggy paints galLinseed49c to 55cFence Wire Genuine American Wire Foncu 26 to 55 inches high lowest market price highest grade made Full line Poultry Barbed and Smooth wir- eWagons and Buggies Wo are agents for Owensboro and Studobaker wagons best grade sold on tho 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 1 4 V i I jr PEOPLE WHO REALLY KNOW WHAT PERUNA ICtl1 MRS V ALICE J- aORDNEft RSMITtiIf 19 Catarrh of Bronchial Tubes Mr V klIffo R Smith editor of The Potlatch Herald formerly principal of the schools at Cameron Idaho writes r For some time I suffered with catarrh of tho throat and bronchial tubes III tried many remedies but could find nothing that would give me roller Fi nallyI tried Peruns Throe bottles cured me sound and well I believe it will do M much for others as it did for me IiI JJ VJi GTON Mss Lucv B rr of Owensboro spent Saturday and flanlay the guest of Mrs E W Groves Miss Jetiu MublI Harris of Clovr port has rHur ed ti litr home after be tag the Rue t f Mr and Mr R M Jolly Jr- Miss Iva Mudl rrited Friday for au inilcfi nt visi to her parents Mr and Mrs J M Mudd Miss Ilet e Merger of Raymond was the guest if relatives and friends here last week The eta KnaSon of the second month at the private school closed last Friday Tnose attHiniiiK HII averace cf 9 per cent forth month b in on the Honor Roll B ulali Mudd Jack Board Eliza Piggott Katharine Wright Lewis Ben net Morm n Mary Heron and Lewis HerndonMrs Bo rd and daughter Helen were the guests of Mr and Mrs J C Nolle at Cloverp rt for a few days last week Nr And Mr + Lewis H Jolly enter tained a number of their friends infor mally llast Thursday Evening 1 Miss Ida SlUh left Thursday for Bew leyville after spending some time visit lug Miss Willa Drury Miss Ruth Miller entertained the A Social Club last Friday afternoon at her home on the Heights iia a most charm ing manner In observance of Wash ingtons birthday the tally cards score r cards and room were decorated in red white and Hue and cherries flags and hatchets Covers were laid for sixteen among them being Mrs II H Kemper Ir Mrs C L Chamberlain Mrs L H r Jolly firs E W Graves Misses Ellen Munford Nellie Smith Willa Drury Mande Cowherd Mary Peyton Jessie 1 Bjady Eva and Mabel McGlothlan jSSgsie Biggs Anna Leo and Claudia Bandy The many friends of Mr A B Suter will be glad to know that he is conva lescent and will soon be able to return to his bank Mrs Walker Brown left Wednesday for Louisville to be the guest of relatives for awhile Several Knights of Pythias from here went to Cloverport Thursday evening to attend the bauquotgiven by the KofPs of Cloverport An excoodingly enjoyable time was that given by Mrs E W Graves at her home on last Wednesday afternoon at progressive lorty two The house was beautifully decoratedTn pink and white r r IRS IDHAYES ocw vo INfl Gained Thirty Pounds Mrs Alice J Bordner 1311 Maple Ave Harrisburg Pa writes- I havo found a euro in Peruna I cannot recommend Poruna enough and I also thank you for your kind attention to me I am as well as could bo over since I began taking Peruna and will recommend it to others 1 only weighed 95 pounds before taking Poruna now 1 weigh 11 and a number othouse plants Delici ons refreshments were served The afternoon was much enjoyed and a pretty compliment to Mrs Graves Mrs D ck Owen returned to Lewisport Thursday after being the guest of Mrs Kate Bennett for a few days Mrs J K Bramlett spent Thursday in Louisville shopping I Mrs Ben Clarkson of Big Spring was in town last week visiting Mr and Mrs II H Kemper The Rev H H Farrington of Louis I inI list Sabbath morning on Salt in the Kingdom of the Lord There was a large appreciative audience to receive messageA of friends were nicely en tertained at the home of Miss Willa Drury last Saturday evening at forty twoThe primary forty two was nicely en tertained on last Saturday afternoon by Mist Grace Payne The Club will meet with Miss Susie Bandy the next time Mrs Sallie Beauchamp left Suuday for Ekron for a short visit to her sister Mrs Effie Richardson Mies Gedery Bramlett is the proud recipent of a beautiful Smith Nixon piano given her by her parents Mr and Mrs J K Bramlett On last Friday evening Mrs Piggott entertained her Sabbath school class with games which were IJ keeping with the birthday of the father of his country There were eight boys and girls present Misses Julia Lyons Eliza Piggott Mar garet Peyton and Carrie D Frakes Messrs Kendrick and John Walter Jolly Hubert Lyons and Lamare Gardner A keen interest is awakened in the minds of the men of our community in favor of thegraded school Clearheaded men who really care for the best interests of the community realize that the best investment that can be made is an investment for educational purposes Let Irvington district do her part to lift our beloved State from the rut in which sho is now mired Think of it Ken tucky is thirtyseventh in the descending scale of illiteracy Horace MAnn said An illiterate peo ple not only iii but must be a poor peo ple If this be true we must make our schools bettor if for no better reason than to increase the dollars and cents which it will add to the earning capa city of the children of the community The W F M S of the Methodist church held a most interesting meeting withMrs Frank Peyton on last Thurs Ir4LNIoc S MSMra JCnmal1 MnmforXo 1 Olsons Court Bait Lake City Ut hwrlt s Pour months ago I became chilled through and through by getting my foot wet liTho next morning I was stiff and sore with a severe cold which had settled all over my body The blood seemed to rush to my head causing dizzi ness and blinding headaches As soon aa Peruna was re commended to mo I decided to give It a trial and am pleased to say that it cured me after I had used it only two months I think you have a splendid medicine and gladly endorse it People preferring solid medi cines should call for peruna tablets Each tablet is equiva lent to one average dose of Fernna J Throat and liege Mrs I D Hayes 1937 Druid Hill Bal- tImore Md writes Poruna is one of tho best remedies for grippo cold in tho head sore throat nervous headaches and coughs that has over boon discovered Aftor tho use of one bottlo in my family I dont fool safe without Poruna in my house In a later letter Mrs Hayes says I am never without a bottle of Poruna in tho house I find it good for most every complaint I giyo the children Peruna if they have a cold and it always re lieves them I dont think I wuld find a better remedy to i lye my children JI dtY The subject of the bible reading was Use what you have and of the Mission study of Christ The pledges dues and offerings for the year will ex ceed F55 GLAD IT DID SO MUCH GOOD Druggists Hear Much Praise For This Simple HomeMade I Mixture Some remarkable stories are being told about town and among the coun try people coming in of this simple homemade mixture curing Rheuma tism and Kidney trouble Here is the recipe and directions for taking Mix by shaking well in a bottle onehalf ounce Compound Kargon three ounces Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Take as a dose one teaspoonful after meals and at bedtime No change need be made in your usual stet but drink plenty of good waterThis mixture writes one authority In a leading Philadelphia newspaper has a peculiar tonic effect upon the kidneys cleansing the cloggedup pores of the eliminative tissues forcing the kidneys to sift and strain from the blood the uric acid and other poisonous waste matter overcoming Rheumatism Bladder and Urinary troubles in a short whileA York druggist who has had hundreds of calls for these Ingredients since the first announcement fn tile newspapers last Octoberstated that the people who once try it swear by it especially those who helve Urinary and Kidney trouble and suffer with Rheu matismThe druggists in this neighborhood say they can supply the ingredients which are easily mixed at home There is said to be no better blood cleansing agent or system tunic known aud cer tainly none more harmless or simple to use Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc Annual sales 5000 to 6000u year Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky may A I on of It Is so easy to about which tho critic knows Take for Peruna There are of who aro to say Peruna is this and that who never have tastod Peruna and havo never known about Its effects upon tho human There are who say and bly believe that Poruna is used as by some It would bo tho easiest thing In the wcrld to show the of such belle Lot any one who read goto the Mrs Ollie who has been very ill with for the past week is is able to be out after several days of illness Hilous and Pearl Rev visit with at this Pearl will leave in a It t Air W Amory W7 West 19th St New York City New York writes Somehow Ihave always had a adver tised but I want to mako one in favor of Poruna I a cold last winter and It settled In throat and head a most which t seemed to defy all medicines until L tried Peruna Before had used two bottles I cured MR5 f MUMFORD PERUNA HEAL MEDICINE Those Who Peruna KnowSlanderI ing About prejudice exception developing persistent YTE PEOPLE WHO USE IT ARE THE ONLY RELIABLE WITNESSES Read The Enthusiastic Testimonials This These Testimonials Were Given Out Pure Gratitude For The Benefit Received From Peruna criticize things nothing instance pleaty peoplo willing anything system people proba a beverage people falsity a J this ofIDUKES Johnson lagrippe improvingHomer feverMrswritingDr hereWednesdayBasham slsterMiss atMtwasherenessMiss herhomemonths relatives placeMiss Johnson rt George against medicine decided caught catarrh considered myself j EMMA Page as a beverage or to take it in doses sufficient to produce anything like In toxication if after putting it to this test such a person is still of tho opinion that Peruna is a disguised alcoholic drink ho will be warranted in making such a statement Practically Peruna cannot bo BO used Any one who knows anything about Peruna by personal use knows that Peruna is a medicine The very label on tho bottle giving tho prin cipal active ingredients furnishes in disputable proof that Feruna is a medi cal compound We will bo willing to guarantee that no normal person can or will uso Peruna as a beverage If anyone thinks this remedy can short time for Owensboro to visit her brother Clarence before going to her new home in Hickmau county Rev Brear of Fordsville filled his regular appointment at theC P church Saturday night and Sunday a mIMifs Ina Johnson returned home Sat urday after few weeks visit with rela tives at Goering Ernest Evans returned home Thurs day from Fordsville Where he has been visiting his sister and other relatives Hilous and Harvey Bashaui and Lem Campbell left Thursday for Marshall Ark where they have John Corley has moved his family on the Jim Kennedy farm which C A Cabal recently purchased throughdeliveringMisses Jessie Wheatley and Pearl premiumsplaceFrfor getting the most head i I IWe pay for- Produce I f 55c 65c I Iand t1Ir CONTAINS I a MR GEOW AMORYJ6 be BO used one trial will be eufflciealflg disabuse his mind Forana is a great and useful family medicine It is used in multitudes rf homes It has become a standard reedy for various petty ailments in tile home His especially useful for cllmatle diseases It is an excellent remedy colds It Is a welltried remedy for e tarrh In all forms We havo a multitude of testimonial recommending It for colds for bron cbills for various affections of the respiratory and alimentary organs This is well known to all who knot Peruna by actual experience Cures All Catarrhal Diseases Mr I W KightlIngor Cambridge Nob writes I dont have any more trouble in my throat and havo not hat a headache for four weeks Peruna is tho very medicine for 0tarrh Thero is no medicine like it Sa the United Statos for I have tried agooj many before using Feruna I will keep it in my house to guu4 against catarrh as it cures all oatarrlu diseases m nks iin spellit g were Fifth Grade- S 111 Bruner a gun E lirl Rowland a- lI cklace Fourth Grade Edward Nichls a curs Beulah Cabal a necklace Thrd Grale Everett Powers air rifle Myrtle Clark a book of Poems and Second Grade Will Powers air a rifle Grip Raging In the homes of Fladge Carter Beckey Jennings Dick Elder Henry Beavin Leo Elder and Dave Dixon grip has been raging severely Nearly all the members of each family have suffered an attack of the epidemic and many of them are still sick Mr Dave Dixon was able to be in town Saturday and he said this winter is the first time in seven years that he has had a doctor I n his home We pay- cash for- Produce J I I GLASSCOCK COII GLENDEANE KY One carload of Royal fencing wire just received Get our prices before buying GLASSCOCK CO GLENDEANE KY tFlour 70c- LrU T7 ENNEBYYofhirs employments HONEY ALTIYEEhlldnn j Cabbagei t zc- Pound AND DUGH Tastes so good TA- RSYRUP I I CHIOAIOIi For SaJe by UADruggists I i a