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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n THE BRECI NRIDGE NEWSa r y J ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT TYOL XXX11 CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 4 lIUU8 8 Pates NO 34 iil DEAFilr i COMES TO DR MOORMAN Prominent tilzn juf 1 IVewken ridge County ILs Fridayi Niiht At 1030 Oclock SURROUNDED BY FAMILY Dr J L Moorman died Friday night at 1030 oclock His death had I been nipmentarily expected for several days and he was surrounded by the members of his family when the end came Dr Moorman had been in ill health over a year suffering continuous ly He Rave up his dental practice some time oefore his final breakdown to take treatment but his condition did not improveCOMES BACK Early last fall Dr and Mrs Moor pan moved their family to Louisville and soon after Christmas when he v realized that he could nnt live much longer he asked to come back home to await death Mrs Moorman came with him and they stayed at the home of his sister Mrs Owen until arrange ments could be made to take him to their property on River Front in the East End Every Sunday after they came here his children would come from Louisville to be with him and their mother and last Sunday when he seemed to be sinking his daughters Misses Kate and Adeliaand sonFrank remained His other children Mrs Joe Harpole and Jack Moorman were called from Louisville Thursday Jesse Moorman was here having been nurs ing his father from the beginning of his kvorst illness I A CHRISTIAN j Dr Moorman had been an honored land substantial citizen of Cloverport 1 for fifteen years and the town knows that he was a Christian in his home in his church pnd in his business and I social life He was a devoted father a faithful church worker paid his debts and was a true friend IIi BORN IN BRECKENRIDGE Dr Moorman was born in Brecken I ridge county at the Moorman home and 1was sixtytwo years of age in January Besides his children and his wife who Vas Miss Sallie Sterrett he is survived by two sisters Mrs J T Owen and 1 Mrs R O Willis of this city THE FUNERALy I The funeral was held from the Baptist church of which Dr Moorman was a 1 member at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon The services were conducted by the I Rev James Lewis and concluded at the Cloverport cemetery where the i interment took place The pallbearers I were Judge Wills Wm Ashby Foster Heyser Frank Payne James Fitch and Thomas Tousey The floral tributes were beautiful Tickling or dry coughs will quickly ij I CoughIII that Dr Snoop tells mothers to use noth ing ehe even for very young babies j The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub give the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the II cough and heals the sensitive hranc iali membrane No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Demand Dr Shoops T ke no other All dealers Barnett Withdraws Resignation President C M Barnett of thet American Society of Equity who re- centlyi tendered his resignation as such has at the solicitation of the Board of Directors other officers and a large part of the membership withdrew sam and has agreed to continue at the head f of the great organization He went to Indianapolis Monday to attend the reg Directorii Tuesday and the matter of his resig nation would have been considered a the meeting had he not on the con vening of the board withdrew it I i3Ir Barnetts resignation beta accep ted the Vice President would have suc- ceeded1 to the position and served the f time out The fact that the Board of Directors which is composed of the State Presidents urged Barnett to re main at the headof the organization isi pretty good evidence that dissatisfaction is in a great measure dying out Hartford Republican A Beneficial Trip Mr and Mrs T L Curtis have returned home from their trip West both very much improved in health Mr Curtis is the Henderson Route agent at Glendeane A more faithful and truer man to his work and employes never handled a piece of freight Always at his post kind courteous and accommo dating he has made many friends for his road and himself as well Mr Curtis has been agent at Glendeane for I eighteen years and this is the first time He was ever checked out A pretty 1good1 record 1 Air Sebastian DeadiMrs A R Fisher and Mrs Mary I Raitt received a telegram Monday morning announcing the death of their brother W W Sebastian Mr Sebas I tian was a retired merchant and planter of Shreveport La He is survived by j daughtersII i remember his last visit to his sist m s which was a year ago this January Lent Begins Services will be held at the St Rose Catholic church Ash Wednesday March 74 at 839 am which is the beginning of LentJW A I I i a STITHPENICKNUPTIALS j Pretty Home Wedding Takes Place at llardinsbur I Yesterday THEY WILL LIVE NEAR CUSTER Hardinsburg Ky March 4Spec- iaLAt the residence of the brides father Mr John Stith a pretty home wedding took place at 230 yesterday Tuesday afternoon The bride Miss Lena Kincheloe Stith is the second daughter of Mr and Mrs John Stith and is one of Hardinsburgsmost lovely and accomplished girls The is at the top of the teaching profession in Breck enridge county and is universally ad mired for the gentle charms of her man ner and her womanly worth unexcelled qualitiesThe groom Mr David Thomas Penick is the son of Mr and Mrs Ri H Penick of Custer and is a young man of worth and energy He is a successful young farmer and has many friends over the county The ceremony was performed by the Rev Isaiah Cline in the presence of immediate relatives and friends After receiving the congratulations of their admiring friends the happy couple left for their home some three miles from Custer The News joins in extending to the worthy young couple the best wishes for long and happy lives ABOUT MEN WHO ARE DOING THINGS David M Duncan of Brandenburg has issued from the press of the Meade County Messenger a periodical Ithat promises to be a splendid magazine for the home and t helpful paptr forpcultry raisers The Kentucky Poultry Journal is a credit to Mr Duncan 000L T Reid who has just recently been in Ohio says that the people here do not know what the panic is compared with those in the Buckeye state 000J C Weatherholt one of the best gro ers in town has added a stock of will piper to his business Mr Weather hots trade in increasing all the time and he is handlinRthe piper foraccomno dation to his customers o Mr Browns fakery ti t1e WEndi- s as clean as any place tbuld be kept and speaks for the purity of the Home Bakery bread Mr Brown is contemplating opening a branch store in the business section of the city 000D Stewart Miller manager of the Miller Brick do Tile Co has returned after several days stay in Columbus 0 and Owen oro Just when the plant will be in full operation is not know it might possibly open up at once which would be very favorable to Cloverpori 000Mr Frank Fraize celebrated his set entyfifth birthday last week On ac count of his age and success in business he can well be called the King Mer chunt of Breckenridge county 000Will Pate the energetic manager at the Cloverport Foundry says it is dull in that shop only enough work to keep him and a few others hustling 000Fourth District Republicans have an nounced that they will nominate Hon John P Haswdll of Hardinsburg for CongressLeitchfield Gazette 000eAl Smith of Elizabethtown was here Sunday and rendered two violin solos at the Methodist church His music byslarge audiences at both the morning and violintcost 1000 dBeavinRushThe wedding of Miss Georgia Rush and Mr Burnette Beavin took place in the St Rose Catholic church yesterday Father Celestine Brey officiated in the marriage ceremony in the presence of a few friends of the bridal couple Miss Rush is an attractive young woman of Lodiburg and is very popular SOCIETY NOTES Miss Grace Ferry of Cloverport Ky and Mr Homer Allen Dawley chief en gineer of the Henderson Route were quietly married at 5 oclock yesterday afternoon by the Rev Gervalse Raugh ton pastor of the Wesley Chapel Methodist Episcopal church at Cincinnati i The marriage will come as a surprise to their many friends as only a few relatives knew of the approaching nuptials Miss Ferry is the daughter of the late F J Ferrymaster machanic of the Henderson Route She had been making her home with her brother Mr Frank C Ferry at 1036 Sixth Streetfor several months Mr Dawley has been chief engineer of the road for about eighteen monthshaving succeed ed Leonard Cox He is one of the best known young railroad men of Louis ville Following a short bridal tour they will return to Louisville to make their home Louisville Times Mrs Dawley is the daughter of Mrs Nannie Ferry of this city and is one of the most interesting young women of Clpyerpprt Mr and Mrs Dawley will arrive here next Sunday for a short visit to Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry 000Mr and Mrs Frank Payne entertained a few friends to dinner Sunday 000Mr and Mrs H L Stader gave an informal fortytwo party Wednesday night The guests included some of the young people of the West End 000Miss Margaret Burn delightfully en tertained the Lucky Thirteen last week 000Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt were at home Tuesday evening to a number of their young friends The house was beautifully decorated in cut roses and potted plants Several vocal quartettes were charmingly rendered by Misses Eva and Eliza May Ira Behert and Lawrence Murray Besides them the others present were Misses Carrie and Claudie Pate Mr and Mrs WLve Roff Mr and Mrs Henry Barker Mr and Mrs J W Pate and Amiel and Mary Pate Mrs H C Pate Cream guestsduring000Among the young marriedwomen who entertain charmingly and with delightful ease is Mrs J Bvrne Severs who was hostess to the Ladies Reading Club Thursday afternoon in honor of her mother Mrs Barrett and Mrs Roscoe Severs She was assisted in entertaining by Miss Ray Hevser In the dining room which was darkened and illuminated with candles articles to represent books were placed on a table The guests were given cards on which to write the names of the books ftS they guessed them Mrs B M1 Currie received a prize for getting the largest number right Among the guests present were Mrs J C Nolte JamesYoungerForrest Lightfoot Mrs Leon McGavock Mrs J A Barry Mrs Jonn Ross and Mrs Chas Hook Chocolate ices and cake were served as refreshments Lame Shoulder Whether resulting from n sprain or from rheumatic ptius there IS nothing so good for a lame shoulder as Cham berlain i Pain Bum Apply it freely and rub the parts vigorously at each ap phi ation and a quick cure is certain For sale by Severs Drug Co In Memoriam Whereas our Heavenly Father in His infinite wisdom has taken from the Missionary Society of Garfield Baptist church our siter and a most consecrated and spiritual member Mis Ewm1 tin vet therefore be it Resolved we thank God for alife lived in such humble and loving obedience to the Savior That wr ever try to keep in mind her exempla of loving Christlike service A friend to the friendless a help to the helpless a blessing to all whom she came in contact Realizing that we have lost a friend a faithful and consecrated member and that we try to remember her work on earth is finished and she has gone to the haven of the faithful That a copy of theses resolutions be sent to her family and spread upon the minutes of the society and a copy be sent to the Western Recorder and to each county paper ComptonMrs Mrs I B Richardson Two Pretty andPopular Girls ofThis Grits 11 Photo bv BiubrandtI MISS ROSE AGNEW MISS MAYME ELIZABETH GRAHAM Y- U tP PiTLY SET A TRAP i How the Republicans Brought About the Election of Bradley 4 For Senator t DEMOCRATS CAUGHT NAPPING r The Latter Were Not Looking for Things to Take the Turn They Did on That Eventful Friday and Were Taken Unawares Frankfort Ky March 3The sena torial race came to an unexpected t close lit Friday when the tour Dem ocrats Charlton McNutt and Mueller of Louisville and Llllard ot Doyle who have persistently refused to vote for Beckham voted for Bradley and elect ed him The finish was an exciting one as the Republicans quietly set a trap for the Democrats and caught them napping It takes seventy votes to make a quorum of the joint assem bly and if all the Democrats but those who voted for Bradley had remained out of the joint session Friday there would not have been a quorum as several Republicans were out of the city Tjho Democrats knew this but as the absent Republicans and Democrats were paired they thought it would not make any difference and that the days ballot would be Just like the others that preceded It When the roll call began the Democrats voted for Bocklmm and the Republicans for Bradley When Charltons name was called he voted for Wheeler Campbell as usual but after five or six Democrats had voted for Beokham which Insureda quorum he arose and chang ed his vote to Bradley The Demo crats realized then that they were In the meshes of the trap and as the roll call proceeded there was much scurrying about and hurried whispered con ferences hut when McNutt Mueller and Llllard all voted for Bradley the race was over The Democrats fought for time to try to get together and al low the bolting Democrats to select some other Democrat and unite on him but It was too late the die was cst1i Governor Beckham came inside thellinll and svjilspored to someothls leaders Senator Combs of Lexington announced that Beckham was no long er a candidate and all Democrats were at liberty to vote for any other Demo crat they might choose but they could unite on no other man Senator Newman of Woodford announced that he was authorized to say that a caucus of the Democrats would be held that night and another nomine selected if the bolting Democrats would comp back and keep Bradley from being elected but It all did no good and af ter more than an hour of wrangling the result was finally announced and Bradley declared elected sixtyfour haying voted for him and sixtythree against him It was the first time In the history of the state that legislators elected by one political party had gone completely over and helped elect the nominee of the other party Many In stances are on record where legisla tors refused to support their party nominee but they always cast their votes for another member of their par ty Of oourse there is some bitterness and charges that money was used are being made but the public has grown so accustomed to money being used In politics that It is looked upon as a matter of course Anyhow If It was sought to prove who paid the money or who received It the witnesses would likely testify like the negro wit ness when asked what was the color of the suit worn br the man he had soon running through his house and he replied Well sir it seems as I he had on a dark redchecked wine colored brown suit The public will be ready to believe that money wa used but as to who paid who receiv ed it or how much was paid nobod will ever tell 1 There Is much speculation as t what effect the result In the senatorial raco will have on the county unit local option bill but no one seems to know as one side says It means the defeats of the bill while the other side It means the bill will surely pass The bill has already passed the house and Is now In the senate awaiting what ever fate may befall It It has been the current understanding about Frankfort that tho bill would be pass ed by the house whenever It came t a vote but that It would be held up and killed by delay when It reache- the senate as that body has been con sidered about evenly divided on the question The senate committee on religion and morals to which suc bills are always referred is largely composed of anticountyunit senators and If the house bill Is referred to that committee it may refuse to report 1It at all This being the case a fight will1 likely be made to refer It to some other committee more favorable to ItsI passage It is believed hero that It the bill is not passed Governor Wlllson I Where the finest biscuit cake hotbreads cruSts or puddings are required Loyal is indispensable 1oYqIBa 4tsOllltPUf Not only for rich or fine food or for special times or service Royal is equally valuable in the preparation of plain substantial everyday foods for all occasions It makes the foodmore tasty nutritious and wholesome uu may call an extra session lUlU nuim this measure as one to bf considered Governor Wlllson sent another mes sage to the legislature a few days agoI in which he renewed many of his forI mer recommendations in addition hoIsays the governor under the present law has no power to make or have made the necessary Investigations that might result In the conviction of thpI night rldtrs and asks the legislature to set apart a fund of 25000 which I may be under the governors control I to be used In apprehending and convicting men guilty of these crimes lie fiaMUB moats tha Jiajt bjeflajon djijj for the past three months have Bl ready cost the state about 12000 He urges the passage of a law directing the attorney general and his assistants to take charge of and control all In vestigations of offenses against the laws where the attorney general be Moves the local authorities are likely to fall to prosecute such offenses He asks for a speedy consideration of the county unit hill and urges tho adop tion of a billI redistricting the state Into legislative districts He says the attorney general should be authorized to Investigate the cause of the trou bles In the tobacco districts nnd also Investigate the trusts and their connection with the troubles He thinks the military fund is not large enough and urges the appropriation of 75000 a year so as to put the Kentucky sol dlers on an equal footing with the sol dlers of othpr states He recommends a law giving state aid to the building of public roads and again urges that provision ho made for nonpartisan boards to control the state charity and penal Institutions Ho calls attention to the fact that there Is but little neon ey In the state treasury and says the legislature should he careful In mak ing appropriations In concluding his message he says I hog to extend to- overmember of the general assembly the hope that we shall be found working together for the general wel fare with prudence courage and good Judgment and with hope and faith seat lion may th9 uninterrupted by death or any misfortune and may bring unceass tag and good work In completing the theylegislative department and I hope that the general assembly will not delay in andomeans to put an end to the conditions of lawlessness and disorder It has seldom happened that anyone who bore the name of Kentuckian was will- Ing to hide his face or personality and It Is a grief and a shame that we have come to a time when hundreds of peo pie living In Kentucky do go by night In lawless bands with faces hidden under masks and bodies disguised to rob people of their liberties to Inflict terrorizeowhole communities and to destroy the valuesdof the people of the state- Pioneer III ohBreckenridge county a acter is at the point of death at his home near Hardinsburg He is in his seventysixth year He has been ill nearly four months Request The members of the Methodist church are requested to be present at the morning service Sunday Rev B M Currie I u RAYMOND Rev Chas Se itt BrundeniU g filled his regular appointment here Saturday pimrhirgMtecs lweddngIlitl pulnafulH hhW mill He run two nails in his loot IromIMrs E A Basham and son Leonard last1Vednesdaytd r sifvheuafazyhave been tftttthig7 cal daysat GnrAefd + sttating islatives The sad news ret shed here last week ofOshuskeyof tie partinuliirs concerning her death McDANlELS Chest r Jarlme put in a telephone box on the Axtel lhne this week MooreIiardtnshurgtinued illness an s hope he will soon be able to be out again sicklorMr Andrew udern cornjugsomedaysthe ankle Ho is doing nicely OwensboroInstdor hell who is very ill with lung trouble Miss Mary Joe Mattin ly has been teaching a very interesting little school at home this winter her pupils com brotherErnestchildren Rev R C Ruff has not been able to friendslatelyhavingdistemper herelastHARNED Mrs Mary Haynes of St Louis ar rived last night to be the guest of her sister Mrs Ella Davis Wilbur Pile who has pneumonia is sqmewhat better at this writing Jas Knott made a flying trip to Hardinsburg Friday HardinsburgSaturdy B E Gray of Glendeane visited his 4 mother Mrs Joe Gray last week Mrs M S Crume is ill at this writingMrs James Payne who has been ill is able to be out again- B E Gray of Glendeane has pur chased a lot from W O Butler Miss Lelia Nicholson who has been in our town for some time has re turned home Our literary work will continue at this plAce every Friday night Let everyone attend Milt Davis went to Irvington last week on business Mrs Jas Knott is on the sick list this week C B Payne has the mumps Mrs Northern who has beon vis HarperhasCard of Thanks We extend our thanks to all the ladies who so kindly assisted in making the Banquet supper a success and to the press for givenKnights tyJ i 1 j r i ET The Fighting I IftU Chance CompanTII 1108 br the Cvrtfe Pobllahins I Jj 1900 by Robert W Cnambers CtiAPTEDJ SEVEN 1 days at the house party at were numbered A THE relay of guests was to them on Monday and do they were making the most of the waning week on lawn and marsh In j covert and bUnd or motoring madly over the state or riding In parties to i Vermillion Light Tennis and lawn tbowls came Into fashion Even water polo and squash alternated on days too raw for more rugged sport And during all these days Beverly Plank appeared with unflagging per sistence and assiduity until his fa millar big round head and patient delft blue Dutch eyes became a mat ter of course at Shotover Indoors and outIThe accomplished establishment of Beverly Plank was probably due as much to his own obstinate and good tempered persistence as to Mrs Mortimer He was a Harvard graduate there are all kinds of them enormous ly wealthy and though he had no par ticular personal tastes to gratify he was willing and able to gratify the tastes of others He did whatever anybody else did and did It well enough to be amusing and as lack of intellectual development never barred anybody from any section of the fash ionable world It seemed fair to Infer that he would land where ho wanted to sooner or later Meanwhile Mrs Mortimer led him about with the confidence that was her perquisite and the chances were that In due time be would have house parties of his own at Black Fells not the kind he had wisely denied himself the pleasure of giving with such neighbors as the Ferralls to observe but the sort he desired However there were many things to be accomplisher for him and by him before he could expect to use his great yacht Mild his ostntos and his shooting 1 oxen and the vast granite mansion recently completed and facing Central park just north of the new palaces built on the edges of the outer desert where Ilfth avenue fringes the hundreds Meanwhile he hail become In a meas uro domesticated at Shotover and Sliotover K ople gradually came to glib drive and motor over the Fells which was a good beginning though not necessarily a promise for anything definite In the future Mortimer riding a huge chestnut he could still wedge himself Into a 4 saddle had now made It a regular practice to affect the Jocular early bird squire sad hag Plank out of bed Planks acquaintance among people who knew Mortimer being limited he had no means of determining the hit ters social value except through hour say and a toadying newspaper or two Therefore he was not yet aware of Mortimers perennial need of money and when Mortimer laughingly alluded to his poverty Plank accepted the TV proposition in a purely comparatf sense and laughed too his thrifty Dutch soul untroubled by misgivings Meanwhile Mortimer hind come among other things on Information how much and precisely of what na ture he was almost too much ashamed to admit definitely even to himself There Wild much about Plank that was unaffected genuine even simple ftS In one sense He cared for people for tholr own Hakes and only stubborn ad herence to a dogged ambition had en Cabled him to dispense with the society of many people he might easily hove eulthated mind Ilkol people nearer his own sort nod that perhaps was the reason ho so readily liked Mortimer whose coatFe fiber soon wore through the polish when rubbed against by a closer finer filler And Plank lilted Ultra aside from gratitude and they got I on famously on the basis of such inn tual recognition Then one day very suddenly Mortimer stumbled on some thing valuable a thread a mere clew o astonlsWlng that for an Instant It ab solutely upset all his unadmitted the pries and calculations- It was nothing a vague word or two a forced laugh and the scared sl fence of this man Plank who had blun dered ou the verge of a confidence to Pita In the head pain anywhere has its aweI- lnteconaestlon pain is blood Dressurenothtna she usually says Dr Shoop and to hove It he liar create Bttle pink tablet That tIIbletcaUed Dr Shoops headache Tablet jce blood pressure away from pain centers eflect U charming Dleaslnely dellahtful Gently uah safely1 surely equalizes the blood drew lion II you have a headache iti blood pressure If Its painful periods with women same cause If you are sleepless restless nervous its blood pressure That surely is a 1nbloodShoos Headache Tablets stop pressure the tablets limflly d1tr1buto anger and doesnt it stet red and DrullemlUl rout Of COlrH It does Its con pressure YouU flail itwhero pain Ital J Ita Imply Common Secse lYe MW M Z Costa vtd cheertully recommend Dr SHoops HeadacHeTablets ALL DEALERS i t v BYIIIIIII 111CopyrIght PAIN A moment or amazement or bale In credulous suspicion of certainty and Mortimer pounced playfully upon him like a tigera big fat friendly Jocose tigerPlank is that what youro up t07 Up to Why I never thought of such n- Haw haw roared Mortimer If you could only see your facel And Beverly Plank red as a beet comfortably suffused with reassurance under the reaction from his scare at tempted to refute the others conclu slons It doesnt mean anything Mor timer Shes just the handsomest girl I ever saw I know shes engaged I only admired her a lot Youre not the only man said Mor timer blandly still striving to recon clle his preconceived theories with the awkward half confession of this great red fisted hulking horseman riding at his stirrup- I wouldnt have her dream stam mered Plank that I had ever thought of such a Why not It would only flatter her Flatter a woman who Is engaged to marry another man gasped Plank Certainly Do you think any worn an ever hall enough admiration In this world 7 asked Mortimer coolly And as for Sylvia Landis shed be tickled to death If anybody hinted that you had ever admired her Good Lord exclaimed Plank alarmed You wouldnt make a joke of Itl You wouldnt be careless abou such a thing And theres Quarrier Im not on Joking terms with him Im on most formal terms Qunrrler sneered the other flick ing at his stirrup with his crop Hes on formal terms with everybody In cluding himself lIe never laughed on purpose in his life once a month only to keep his mouth in thats his limit Do you suppose any woman would stand for him if a better man looked sideways at her And reversing his Tiding crop he deliberately poked Mr Plank In the ribs An bettor man muttered Plank scarce crediting his ears Certainly A man who can make good Is good but a man who can snake better IIs It with the Indies Jod bless Vn he added displaying H A RemedyFOR CATARRHElys f Iis quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseased uuiu brnne resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the lead quickly Restores the Senses of Tiwte and Smell Full size HO cts at Druggists or by mail Liquid Cream Balm for use in atomizers 75 cts Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York neavy set or roetn Beverly Plank knew perfectly well that In the comparison so delicately suggested by Mortimer his material equipment could be scarcely compared to the Immense fortune controlled by Howard Qnarrler and as he thought It his reflections were put Into words by Mortimer airily enough Nobody stands n chance In a show down with Quarrier But Plank gaped until the tension be came unbearable But what he blurted out Plank said Mortimer solemnly and his voice vibrated with feeling let me do a little thinking before I ask you aa vital question But Plank had become agitated again and he said something so blunt ly that Mortimer wheeled on him gloweringLook Plank you dont suppose Im capable of repeating a confidence do youIf you choose to make me un derstand Its a confidence- It 1 Isnt a confidence It Isnt anything I mean It Is confidential of course All theres In It Is what I said or rather what you took me up on so fast ended Plank abashed About your being In love with SylConfound ItI roared Plank crim son to his hair And he set his heavy spurs to his mount and plunged forward In a storm of dust Mortimer loiiatrcd orient ororoundlv immoijfuuJ in boG tmrn tnougnts aria deductions And all that afternoon having taken to his room on pretense of neuralgia he lay sprawled on his bed thinking thinking Not that he meant harm to anybody he told himself very frequently He hind of course Informa thou which certain degraded men might use In a contemptible way but be Mortimer did not resemble such men In any particular All he desired was to do Plank a good turn There was nothing disreputable In doing a wealthy than a favor And God knew a wealthy mans gratitude was neces sary to him at that very moment gratitude substantially acknowledged He liked Plank wished him well That was all right too but a man Is an ass who doesnt wish himself well also Two birds with one stone Three for he hated Quarrier Four for he V 4 us love for his wlfo Baall if ek I These Bad Pains which give yea sack exquisite 1If dar every month are caused U you know fcy female trouble Relief seldom or aever comes ellficIf It to necessary te cure tile cause la order to stop the pains and this can only fee done If yam will take a specific female remedy that acts directly ea the womanly organs WINE OF CAROUIWOMANS Cardul did wonders for me writes Mrs H C Larson of Olds la MI 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 whoa it ends At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating age and describing symptoms to Ladies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn E 33 rruuiu tcaca Leila a wuoiesome les son teach her that he still counted serve her right for her disgusting friendship for Plank No there was to be nothing dig reputable in his proceedings that he would be very careful about Proba bly Major Belwether might express his gratitude substantially If he Mortimer went to him frankly and volunteered not to mention to Qunrrler the scene Lcrou MnrtlmKr ne hart witnessed between Svlvia Lan Ifs and Stephen 31 ward at C ociosjiv oo the morning In the corridor and If In playful corroboration he displayed the cap and rain coat and the big fan all crushed which objects of Interest he had discovered Inter In the hay win dow Yes probably Major Belwether would be very grateful because he wanted Quarrier in the family He needed Quarrier In his business But faugh That was close enough to blackmail to rub off No no He wouldnt go to Belwether and promise nay such thing On the contrary he felt It his duty to Inform Quarrier Qunrrler hind a right to know what sort of a girl he was threatened with for life A man ought not to let another man go blidly into such a marriage Men owed each other something even If they were not particularly close tfriends And he had always hind n respect for Quarrler even a sort of Ilk Ing for him yes a distinct liking And anyhow women were devils fluid It behooved men to get together and stand tor one another Quarrlor would give her her walking papers and In her humiliation lIs taithatin such a fix and make it look like a jilt for Quarrier But Plank must do blft part on the minute Plank must step Up In the very nick of time Plank with his millions and his ambitions was bound to be a winner anyway and Sylvia might as well be his pilot and use his money And Plank would be very very grateful very useful a- very good friend to have and Leila would learn at last that he Mortimer bad cut his wisdom teeth by God As for Siward he amounted to noth lug Probably was one of that con lemptlble sort of men who butted In and kissed a pretty girl when he had the chance He Mortimer had only disgust for such amateurs of the social bywaysAfter all the matter was simple ab surdly simple A word to Quarrier and crack the match was otf Girl mad as a hornet but staggered has no explanation to offer man frozen stiff with rage mute as an Iceberg Then zip enter Beverly Plank the girls rescuer at a pinch her preserver the savior of her face the big high ly colored leaden eyed deus ex ma china Would she take CO cents on the dollar would she to buy herself anew face and put It nil over Quar rlor and live happy ever after would sho Oh not at all Tho ranI u thins after nIl was to L promfe i uiiK airy opportunity out nu tell him bow he was to obtain It for Mortimer had an uneasy Idea that there was something of the Puritan deep planted under the stolid young mans hide and that he might make some absurd and Irrelevant objection Rena DonncsdcL to the perfectly proper methods employed by his newly self constituted guide and mentor No that was no concern of Planks All he had to do was to be ready As for Quarrler anybody could forecast his action when once convinced of Sylvias behavior He lay there pondering several meth ods of imparting the sad but necessary information to Quarrler One thing was certain there was not now time enough before the house party dissolved to mold Plank Into ucqui escent obedience That must be fin- Ished In town unless Plank Invited him to stay at the Fells after his time was up at Shotover By heaven that was the Idea And thered be a chance for him at cards Only of course Plank would ask Leila too But what did he care He was no longer afraid of her Hed soon be Independent of her and her pittance And so Immersed In the details of his dirty little drama he pondered over the possibility of an ulterior gentleman as he moved heavily to aud fro dressing himself his neuralgia being much better and presently descended the stairs to find everybody absent engaged as a servant explained In a game of water basket ball In the swimming pool So he strolled off toward the north wing of the house which had been built for the squash courts and swimming pool The Page boys and Hena and Eileen on one side were playing the last match game against Sylvia Marlon Page Slward and Ferrall on the other The big slipping glistening ball was flying about through storms of spray Marion caught It but her brother Gor don got It away Then Ferrall secur ed It and dived toward the red goal but Renn Bonncsdel caught him under water the ball bobbed up and Sylvia flung both arms around It with a lit tie warning shout and hurled it back at Siward who shot forward like an arrow his opponents gathering about him In full cry amid laughter and ex cited applause from the gallery where Grace Ferrall and Captain Voucher were wildly offering odds on the blue and Alderdene and Major Belwether were thriftily booking them Mortimer climbed the slippery mar ble stairway as fast as his lack of breath permitted anxious for his share of the harvest If the odds were right He managed to make several apparently desirable wagers with Kathryn Tassel and one with Beverly Plank who was also obstinately back Ing the blues the losing side Sylvia played forward for the blues Suddenly through the confused blur of foam and spray the big glistening ball shot aloft and remained Blue Blue exclaimed Grace Fer ran clapping her hands and a little whirlwind of cries and hand clapping echoed from the gallery as the breath less swimmers came climbing out of the pool with scarcely wind enough left for a word or strength for u gesture toward the laughing crowd above Mortimer disgusted turned away already casting about him for some toay to play cards with It being nw temperament and his temper to throw good money after bad But Quarrier and Miss Caithness had already returned to the squash courts the ma jority of the swimmers to their several dressing rooms and Grace Ferralls party equipped for motoring to the lawn where they lost little time In disappearing Into the golden haze which a sudden shift of wind tyad spun out of the cloudless afternoons sunshineHowever ho got Marlon and also as usual the two men who had made a practice of taking away his money Major Belwether and Lord Alderdene He hadnt particularly wanted them He wanted somebody ho could play with like Slward for example or even the two ten dollar Pages Not that their combined twenty would do him much good but It would at least permit him the pleasures of the card table without personal loss But the Pages had retired to dress and Voucher was for motoring and he had no use for his wife and he was afraid of Planks game and Siward seated on the edge of the pool and sharing a pint of ginger ale with Syl via Landis shook his head at the sug gestion and resumed his division of the ginger ale iiuk and Leila Mortimer came lawn to congratulate them Svlvfn r j b N 0Ji0Qx 1 i1 = I always mHtmcnvv r T mvia t nice to people of Planks sort wBom she occasionally encountered was so faultlessly amiable that Plank who had never before permitted himself the privilege of monopolizing her found himself doing It so easily that It kept him In a state of persistent mental intoxication Slward Inclined to be amused by the duration of the trance Into which Plank had fallen watched the prog ress of that bulky young mans Infatu ation as he sat there on the pools marble edge exchanging trivial views on trivial subjects with Mrs Leroy Mortimer If Once In their history during her early married life Slward had been very sentimental about her but nei ther ho nor she had approached the danger line closer than to make dar ing eyes at one another across the frontiers of good taste And their youthful enchantment had faded so naturally so pleasantly that always there had remained to them both an agreeable after tastea sort of gay understanding which almost InvarJn Continued ou Page Seven KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH 1 DrKings DiscoveryIII II I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES GUARANTEED 8ATISFAOTOB OB MONEY BEFUNDED Miller Brick Tile Co1C- loverport Incorporated Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v v i Main Office Rooms 8 and 10 I O 0 F Building Owensboro Kentucky Land For Sale- By Jno D Bnbbnge Cloverport Ky Town Property AvenueWell2 000 suacrescultivation wurlwatered 4room In good cot Thisturmverport It Is rich bottom land tine for market train for some man Cl 7501M acres on Uardlnsburg and 3 I s Of sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwelling and a good big barn 80 acres In oak and beech timber The oak timber Is good tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can be Limestonelandtobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms one third cash balance in easy payments C7 950 352 acres on Hardlnsburg and milesfromonestorydwallingsblacksmith shop all necessary outhouses130 acres under cultivation and pasture 222 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water tho year round Onethird cash and good easy terms on balance S7SO oftheand Hurdlnsbnrg 7 miles from Cloverport 3 miles from Hardlnsburg 197 acres of land two story bJlldtng 7 rooms well at house two springs on farm never known to go dry noD1 IIBahltemeats thebranchacresInor wheat Price 1500 cash For further NewsOlovorportLAND FpR SALE FOR SALElflO acres of land situated near tromGarfioldroomsbgood soldFineDRshhnwe800 IK acres 6 miles from Olovorport onCloverportprovements flroom dwelling barn 28x38 feet and other out buildings 12 acres In orchard 500 bearing trees and 150 young trees 4u acres grassbalanceGoodUmestonewheat Well located for market One third cash balance on easy terms 850 73 acre farm 4K miles from Olo Bowling smalldwellingshouse and corn crib One good cistern and sulphurspringwoods 7 acres In orchard liaised 20000 pounds of tobacco In 1006 sold it atS 8 and rZ On six acres of the wood land thorn are tarmforThisIssmall farm surroundedbythe place for some young physician to step buslneSjAnIs the reason tor soiling For further particulars address JNO L BADBAGE OloVer port Ky 3CAnn OUU fromMoltIn good shape good one good dwel hug house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn pondsThisacres In timber white oak sugar tree arId beech balance cleared Plen y of good fruit Good xoad to 8tephenaport2H miles and good road to bit 1l4 miles This farm is not worn out It is good and and in ROod fix Just the farm for a man with a small family luoilU IOLoJ d hl II Meal and Feed Matill We have just put in late improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner r FOR ALL KINDS OF FoundryMachine MachineBoiler Electrical Gasoline Boat Tin and Galvanized Work 4 Plumbers Mill fnII ners SuppliesCome Cloverport Foundry Machine Go Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Correspondenec Solicited StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high fabrics Clothes Madegrade methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex port tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelton Inds MEN AND LADIES OF IIYOUNU LEARN WANTED TO TELEGRAPHYand fore has there peen such a crying demand for Telegraph Operators Over 0000 now positions are 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iin your story you publish I remain reading The Breckenridge News WM HYMANI Notice Clerk Louisville Evansville Packet Cos j r v oj 158 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky u t II f I All subscriptions expiring in March and not renewed promptly by subscribers will be discon tinued at once JNO D BABBAGE LJIJLJIIJLIJIJu A CLEVER RUSE Remember This When You Next Pur chaso Costly Jewels now Mr Plerpont Morgan made his millions would take volumes to relate but an amusing little artifice by means of which he succeeded in saving 1000 can be told within the brief space of r a couple of paragraphs Some years ago a jewelry firm in New York sent the financier a fine pearl offering it to him for 5000 This Mr Morgan decided to purchase and two checks were made out cue for 5000 and the other for 4000 He then removed the pearl from its box 5000acheck resealed the packageIMr Morgans clerk was next dis patched to the Jewelers with the sealed box and a note containing the check for 4000 stating that Mr Morgan would be pleased to purchase the pearl If they would be satisfied with the check The unsuspecting JewelersIn Ignorance of course of what the sealed e package now contained closed with the astute financiers offer And the box in which the 5000 check serenely reposed was returned to Mr Morgan unopened Pearsons Generally debilmted fur years Had sick headaches lacked ambition was wornout and all rundown Burdocks Blood Bitters made me a well woman Mrs Chas Freitoy Moosup Conn After the Quarrel Kind Old lentlemau Why have you had trouble with this poor little boy I Johnny Eastslde haughtily No trou ble at all mister I done him up with one hand Brooklyn Life 1 DeWitts Little Euly Risers small l safe sure little liver pills SoIlI bv all druggists i The Visitor How old are you Tom t The Boy Aw ma says Im too young to eat the things 1 like an too old to cry when Ii dont set em Farmers mechanics railroaders lab orers rely on Dr Thomas Electric Oil Takes the sting out of cuts burrs or bruises atonce Pain Il1I1ot slay where it is used Y t IN IN J7 CIt J This is what Hon Jake Moore State Warden of says of Kodol for E C DeWitt Co Chicago SirsI have suffer ed more than twenty years from indige tion About months ago I had grown so much worse that I could not digest a crust of corn bread and could not retain on my stomach I lost 25 Jbs in fact I made up my mind that I could not live but a sort time- I hen a friend of mine Kodol I to try it to please him and I was better in one day I now weigh more than IIever did in my life and am in better health than fur many years Kodnl did it II keep a bottle and write this hoping that will be benifited Yourj very truly Jake C Moore Atlanta Aug 10 1904 Sold by all A Curious Grace The most curious form or rather of grace after meat which I have ever come across was that I at Cliffords inn one of the vanished Inns of The sod ety consisted of two distinct bodies the and rules and the Kent ish mess each body having its own ta ble At the of the dinner the chairman of the Kentish mess first bowing to the of the inn took from the hands of the servitor some small rolls or loaves of bread and without saying a word dashed them several times on the table after which they were taken away Solemn silence relieved only by the thumps during this curious substi tute for a verbal London Chronicle Good For Mr Norman R Coulter a architect in the Delbert San says I fully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine It is good for every body It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders in n prompt and effici ent trimmer and builds up the system Electric Bitters is the best spring medi cine eer sold over a count er as A blood purjfier it is unequal d 50c at Severs Drug Co Soldiers and Sailors Bank Deposits Its odd the different sources of bank deposits remarked a bank of tidal For he said we re ceive of dollars every year from men IIn the army and uuv ISa r moiin ivisyo frcui 50 u month from privates to 30 or more from some of the officers Most of this Is sent to us direct by the of the army or navy as the case may be Just now we are getting a lot of inoney front men In the navy on this cruise to the Pacific Thtf makes out a list of the various and sends along a check to cover the total amount Tons the men draw their pay and deposit It without ever seeing It Their pass books in n good many cases are left right here Plain Dealer Best Healer in the k orld Rev F Starbird of East Maine siys I have used Arnica Salve for several years on my old army wound and other obstinate sores and find it the best healer in the wold I use it too with gre u succe s in my business Price 25c at Severs Drug Co The shoeing of horses by driving nails through their hoofs Is to have been into England by William the No Use to Die I have found out that there is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can get Dr Kings New Disci very says Mrs J P White of Pa I would not be alive tody only for that WI ndetful medicine It loosens I up a cough quicker than else and cures lung dUense even after the else is This most reliable remedy fir couuhs aril folds asthma b onchit s and 1 oirseness is sold under at Severs Drug Go f0c anil 1 Trial ho tie free Always at It They sit y Hint Mrs Grimily locI ti jrroat deal of fancy work I should say sip did When sip ran find nothing vise to do slut ruffle her husbands temper Detroit IFiw Press The Lucky Quarter Is the one you pay out for a box of Dr Kiugs New Life Pills They bring you the health thats more than jewels Try them for headache bilious ness and malaria If they you the price wilt be che r fully refunded at Severs Drug Co Mens Maids JJM oils maids mi employ meiit agent Them art more of Uium than of mens rues or vu lets Visit the lintels nf California Ilori lilt I tilt Itlvlera IKgypt mid us you puss open bedroom flours of a morning or un afternoon whnt do you scur- f Mnhls changing theI studs In evening shirts pressing trousers with potent alcohol Irons brushing coats and putting fresh laces In hoots The average well to do couple the couple licit can afford the best winter mid summer resoits travel with n maid hut nut with n maid bud n valet fur after nil n valet IIs very and his duties occn py only a few hours a duty and ti maid can get through IIlIlIr them just ns well ns not So the average lady s mind Is a mans maid ns well multil tto wife valet IIii the husband SinI1tieI her latter duties They mire yon see simple rod easy nnd Ithey tlrnv lot lb flip most generous York Press RoynanJ the Fo Itcruml 01 us II I100 more osuully wittteu Ueviinnl is tin mime given to the fur III n Illinois iiiimm epic of the century tailed Itev nuftl Ithe tux The ImoUI iis renlly n satire on tie state of ennniiv III tit middle ages the different mu tut inn Is euch of which are given n special mum different Tim Hevnnrd d till Fox stands for the church Isengrim the Wolf for Iht Imrons HIM Node Ithe IIloa for the emperor rills er characters ure Tlhert the lat ami Urnlntlie tear Moth In the lust mini ed ease and that or Kcynnnl the per sonnl name given by tilt author hiss passed into common speech I Feel heavy after djnn coated Hitter tat Com rlexio sallow Liver needs wake unit Doans cure bilious attacks 2 i r ntp at any drug store L I DRMILES ANTIPAIN PILLS I FOR NEURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHE PAIN CHEST DISTRESS 9STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESSIe Georgia Dyspepsia IIIDear eighteen anything recommended consented instantly humanity druggists expression customary chancery principal conclusion principal prevailed graceCor Everybody prominent Building Francico druggists example thousands Cleveland paymaster paymaster deposits Cleveland Raymond Bucklens veterinary understood Introduced Conqueror Rushborn anything pronounced hopeless lagnpp guarantee FOR Headache precious constipation disappoint yessold fashionable eipenslve tlpsJScw fourteenth typifying Institutions IBilious Kegulet JrJ oF the Little Tablets AND THE PAIN is GONE I 1 The Queen Bumblebee The length of life of a queen bumblebee is probably little more than a I year at most Here Is one reason for this belief She hatches among the late broods of summer rind soon after leaves the nest leading a vagabond existence night mid day among the autumn flowers The winter she passes In an earth burrow dug by herself and unaided establishes a colony In the spring These combine periods of fall and spring require the dally use of tier frail wings In the field at least fourI mouths Now we know that the wings of the worker honeybee wear out In less than half that time also that the old queens who take to the field after the nest breaks up In August freI quently have tattered wings and soon disappear Nature does not supply In sects with new wing cells as It sup plies birds with new wing feathers So the loss of the power of flight at this season of the year to the quco bumblebee means the loss of life Prof II A llowell of Savannah Cuba Recommends Chamberlains Cough Remedy II As long ago as I Ieah remember my mother was a faithful user and friend of Chamberlains Cough Remedy but never in my life have I rtalized its true value until now writes Prof H A llowell of Howrlls American School Havana Cuba On the night of Feb runry Rour baiy was takes sick with a- very s vere add the next day was worse anal the follow ng night his con H ion was desperate lie could not lie down and it was necessary to have him in the arms every moment Even then IIII is breathing was difficult I did not think be Hurd live until morning At last I tit ugit of my n others remedy Clmmliejhiins Cough Re nedy which wegae situ it afforded prompt relief and now three days later he has fully rec iverrd I Under the circumstances I would not hesitate a moment in saying that Chamberlain Coupli Remedy and that only saved the life of our dear lit boy For sale hy Severs Drug Co Puffman Sir I am n self made maul Plnnt IJy leorge You look like the kind of man youd bo apt to make LUlltoil JIrI 1te1p If 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PA Chas F Taylor Receiver rA z i3 i i iIBRECKENRIDGE NEWS ONO D BABBAQE SONS Publiihlne Co Subscription Price f100 a year or 1S6 if paid at the end of ytar 3 VRD8 OF THANKS over vollnes charge rtthe ute of 10 rents per line lUITOAttlES charged for at the rate of 5 ante per tine Money In advance Issued Every Wednesday txamlnn the label on your paper U It 1Is U ji correct please notifY us Vhen ordering n change In the address nbscrlbers should give their 01d as well as l new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY MARCH 4 1908 HARDINSBURG Walter Pobertson of Glendeane was in town Monday The piano purchased hv the Ladies Aid for the Sunday School of the M E Church South has arrived John Hoben the merchant went to Louisville Monday to purchase goods Morris H Beard and son Franklin left Sunday for Florida for a jtay of two weeksMrs M F Straten has been here frotH Bowling Green for several days Mrs Staten came to attend her sister wed ding which took place yesterday The Womans Missionary Society of the Baptist church will meet at the lisp tist church at 2 oclock on Saturday afternoon of this week Miss Eliza Stith will return to Bowling Green with her sister Mrs Staten to morrow After n visit and rest Miss Stithwill enter the Western Normal at Bowling Green The contract for 400000 pounds of tobacco at this place was soon filled and 70000 pounds in excess had been re ceived up till Monday morning Proh ably 26000 more will come in this week Grower and buyer alike have been pleased with the business here The price has been satisfactory to the one and the quality to the other Prospects are bright for a good Breckenridge con tract for next year Mr and Mrs H Burrus Boll arrived Monday from Mattoon III with the re mains of their infant child Mary Edna who had died on Feb 28 after an illness of seven days with pneumonia The interment was made here Tuesday morning in the new cemetery Little Mary Edna was born December l7th Scott Proctor passed through town Monday on his way 10 Hudson to watch place he has been translated as granger Mr Proctor has len located at Addison for some ti ne In a fhoot in and cutting affray near Constantine on Feb 25 Jesse Robinson received ins thou in his left arm and breast from a gun which it is said was fired by Marve Ramsey Stephen Lucas had fourteen gashes in his cut several reaching through the clothing and tak ing effect in Lucas person Hefore Judge Moorman on Mondav afternoon Marvie Ramsey charged with the shoot ing and Cleve Ramsey charged with the cutting waived examining trial and were held in the sum of 5500 oach to await the action of the May grand jury Being unable to furnish bonl they were remnnaed to jail Harrison Douglas colored committed an unmentionable trespass upon public property Before Judge Moorman Mou day he was fluted 100 and ten days at hard labor Marriage license was issued Monday to Wm P Carman aged 68 to well Elizabeth Bashatn age 1 61 On the gamma day Bernard Beavin was granted license to wod Miss Georgia C Rush Arthur Scott is here Mr Scott has lately been in Texas For sonic time lie has lived at Oklahoma City He thinks ofIremaining in Kentucky There Is more Catarrh In this section of tilt country than1 all other dlseasea put together und until the llast few years was supposed to be Incurable Kor H great many years doctors pronounce la H local disease and prescribed local remedies Mild by constantly Culling to j euro with local treatment pronounced It in curuble Science hits proven catarrh to ho u constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Ghenoy Co Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutional cure 4 on the market It is taken Internally In dynes from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts 1lrcctlyon tho blood and mucous surfaces of 1 thin system They otter one hundred dollars for any case it rails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Addruss K J Chonsy J Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists i5cii Take Hulls Family Pills for conetlpatl- onIRVINGTON u tIII Mrii Charlie Hawes and baby have returned from Glendeane where they i weretKe guests of Mrs Arthur Smith- for a fewtlays Mrs Iran Wnggoner returned last i week from Cloverport after a ten days visit with relatives and friends Mr and Mrs CL Chamberlain spent several days in Louisville last week at tending the grand Knights of Templas Drill and while there were the guests c of Mr and Mrs Montgomery Miss Edwena Buckman of Louisville J arrived Satnrday to be the guost of Mrs 1 James King Rev and Mrs E W Graves have re turned from Owensboro where they went to attend the burial of his father d who died on last Thursday after a few days illness of agrippel1li idaysi relatives Mr Charlie Blanford stopped over night with Mr JW Piggott on Friday He was returning from a visit to his III son Fletcher at Lebanon Miss Bevie Cain spent Thursday in town on her way to Bewleyville fromii4 Southern Alabama where she has been staying for the past seven months ReV R H Roe spent Tuesday iin town the guest of friends He gav0 some interesting facts connected with their graded school at Vine Grove II is now doing its first years work ant employs four teachers and have seventy boarders Property owners conside- their fr property increased in value nndI the moral and intellectual tone of the community vastlyimproved because of the wholesome influence of a good schoolMessrs J M Williams and Ceci1 Hocker of Beaver Dam Allen Pierce Oscar Dickey of Cloyerport Presto Ford of Louisville and Lrnest Reese of Brandenburg were visitors in town SundayMiss Hannah Pile of Harned afte- a r visit of two or three days in the town has returned home Miss Blanche Jolly visited friends Ji town on Monday Miss Blanche con templates another trip to Norther- Michigan this coming summer Miss Cowherd reports an excellent condition of affairs prevailing at her school Earnest study and rapid pro gress The library is doing excellen- service and is much appreciated b pupils and teacher Misses Maggie Bandy and Mary Henry will return thisweek from Eliza bethtown where they have been at tending school for the past six months Mr Jim King left Tuesday for quite an extended trip West including all points of special interest Mr King goes on a prospecting tour also On account of the sudden death of the Rev E W Graves father which oocured in Owensboro last Thursday there was no preaching at the Presby terian church Sunday Miss Ellen Munford entertained very delightfully the members of the social club last Friday afternoon The high est points were won by Miss liable Mc Glothlan and Mrs Lewis H Jolly Those present were Misses Ruth Miller Nellie Smith Mary PeytonEva- And Mable McGlothlan Jessie Brady Eliza Piggott Essie Biggs Annie Lee Bandy and Claudie Bandy Mrs L H Jolly Mrs L L Chamberlain Mrs W J Piggott and Mrs H H Kemper Mr Charlie Young of Owensboro arrived Sunday to accept a position at the depot as an operator Mrs G T Marshall spent Saturday in Guston visiting Quite a number from here attended the KurtzLyddan wedding last Wednesday afternoon The primary fortytwo club was entertained on last Saturday afternoon at the home of Miss Susie Bandy Those invited to be members were present Misses Carrie D Frakes Margaret Peyton Julia Lyons Grace Payne Irene Bandy and Gedry Bramlette Mr Edd Alexandria has taken charge of his new store here and will in a few days have in a complete line of new stylish and uptodate goods He has tor his clerk Mr Lawrence Kirtley of Brandenburg a promising young man I Mrs G L Brady and daughter Miss Jessie Brady left Sunday for Louis ville for a visit to Mr and Mrs Tony McCoyLittle t Misses Pauline and Mildred I Goodman of Fordsville were visitors of their cousin Miss Lila Payne last week Miss Sallie Hardin of Meade countyii hoc been secured as governess at the home of Mr and Mrs James KingII The Misses Bandy entertained a number of friends at their beautiful country home last Saturday eoningII Mr Jess Gardner loft Sunday for Union Star after spending sometime here the guest of his brothers Mr J K Bramlett spent last Tues day in Louisville on a business trip I111- 1box Pain can be quickly stopped A 25c of Dr Shoops Heartache Tablets t mitest ainful periods with women neuralgia i etc quickly cease after one tablet All i lealers BEWLEYVILLE I ZIofrHI Snyder and family left Thursday for their new home near Walter Okla E P Hnrdaway and Overton Blan ford spent several days in the city last week Mrs T P Hardaway has been quite daynMrs S P D u yof Rosetta is visit- Ing her mother e Bro Wils n preachedan excellent sermon Sunday his text being Pray without ceasing I figsIHannab11fhe isitors were entertained witha enjoyedna goo I treat and a nice by t acher Miss Hannah I ft Friday for Irvin lon to visit friends before return ing to her home at Mo k Sotmeetingywere additional members taken into the so ciety B F Wilson has returned from the cityGilbert Kasi y and family spent Saturday and Sunday the guest of Mrs Kuseys parents ut Garret Alf Buckeby moves to his farm near Fordrville this week after being a res ident 6f Cloverport three yea- rsSTEPHENSPORT Miss Lecta Bennett is quite ill at this writingThomas Smith who has been very ill with pneumonia is able to be up some Miss Verna Bnnett was called home from Kingswood College to the bedside of her father who is in a critical condi tionMrs S H Dix and MIPS Cecil are im proving after a few days illness Mrs Elijah Brun has been confined to her bed ft r several days with gripue Mrs L D Fox is improving at this writingMrs Johnson Stites is very low with consumption Mrs Barney Frymire has had quite an attack of muscular rheumatism Miss Fannie Kendal who has been visiting Mrs Andrew Crawford has re turned to her home near Yelvingtou Mrs John Lewis is the guest of her sister Mrs Abe Bennett Mrs S L McKee has returned to her home in Dallas Texas after spending the winter with friends and relatives at this place and Louisville Mr and Mrs Godfrey Haswell and daughter Georgia Mc of Hardinsbur came over Sunday and spent the day with her parents Mr and Mrs George McCubbinsMrs H M Her entertained a few friends Fen 27th in honor of tier hus bands birthday Dr Lee of Rome was called over Saturday in consultation with Dr Neviu in the case of Abe Bennett Mrs F C Ferry and son Mille1 of t Louisville was with her parents Mr and Mrs E B Miller two days last j weektMrs George Dri kell and children loft Sunday for Louisville to visit relatives Miss Mary Basnnin is the guest of her aunt Mrs R A Shellman School closed here Friday Pro Payne left 01 the evening train Bowling Green to take up a few atud forII Mr Payne doesnt believe in losing time He has taught a fine school this place I Is there no way to stop this drinking in our town or rather the whiskey that Ms being shipped in here The hideousII ries and awful language and Mens Kip Brogans to turn water Regular price 275 cut to 240 Mens lace boots regular price 400 500 and SGOO cut to 290 385 and 435 Shoes tbateell at 175 f225 300 and 350 cut to 150 195 235 and 300 Childrens shoes 350 hat 300 hat for 190 250 hat for 145 200 hat for 125 150 hat for 100 125 hat for 80 Caps for 15 to 50 Regular price 25c to 75c CAUGHT BY THE GRIP RELEASED BY PERUNAJ La Grippe Is Epidemic Catarrh disease now known M Igripl THE to be called influenza Itvery closoly resembles a cold but l more tenacious in its hold upon the system and produces moro profound die turbancos Grip ia in reality epidemic catarrh When it once begins it spreads over the country very rapidly People do not catch the grip from each other but each one catches it from the atmosphereMost Medicine Ever Tried for La Grippe Robt L Madison AM Principal of Cullowheo High School Painter N 0 is chairman of the Jackson Count Board of Education Ho is a writer of occasional verso and has contributed to a number of loading papers and magazines religious edu rational and secular In speaking of Peruna Mr Madison says 1 am hardly over without Pornna in my home It Is the most effective medi cine that I havo ever tried for la grippe it also cured my wife of nasal ca tarrh Her condition at ono time was such that she could not at night breathe through her nostrils In consequence an Inflamed condi tion of the throat was brought about getting worse and worse and yielding to no remedy until Peruna was tried Healthy Mucous Membranes Thoso who are fortunate enough to havo perfectly healthy mucous mom branes ordinarily do not catch the grip The mucous membranes lining the nose throat and lungs when in a normal state are an effectual barrier against the invasion of grip But if there happens to be the slight est catarrhal derangement of the mucous membranes then the victim be comes an easier prey to the grip This in part explains why some people got the grip while others do not The rational thing to do is to keep the system free from catarrh In attempt ing to do this most people havo found Peruna to be invaluable Systemic Catarrh the Result of La Grippe Pcruna Receives Credit for Present Good Health Mrs Jennie W Gilmore Box 44 White Oak mud Tar formerly Houso keeper for Indiana Reform School for Boys writes Six years ago I had la grippe which was followed by systemic catarrh The only thing 1 used was Peruna and Manalln and I havo been in bettor health the last three years than for years before UI give Peruna all the credit for my ood health that we hive to hear and see on ur siree s s s imthiny terr bit Oh for a hew Carrie N dimes to break up their drinking and gam1 ng Mrs Hebiie Robinson was called to Rock port Teas to th I eds de of he son Webb who is very ill He had a 750 suits for 415 suits for 475 900 suits for 500 1000 suits for 550 1250 suits for V 600 1500 suits for 710 1800 suits for 800 600 for 315 750 for 375 1000 460 1500 650 500 355 450 290 Pants 90c 100 125 fl50 200 225 and 250 Overall at 180 The Medical ProfessionRecognizes Epidemic Catarrh LDuring an epidemic of grip Peruna should bo used The doses recom mended on the bottle are sufficient After tho grip has once been acquired Dr Hartman the use of Peruna in teaspoonful doses every hour during tho acute stage after which the directions on the bottlo should be fol has shown that tho people who uso Peruna as a remedy for grip generally recover sooner and are less liable to the and longcon tinued aftereffects of the grip When Peruna has not been used dur ing the coursoof tho grip and the patient finds himself suffering from the after effects of this disease a course ofPeruna should bo resorted to Suffered Twelve Years From After Effects of La Grippe Mr Victor Patneaudo 828 Madison St Topeka Kan member of Knights and Ladles of Security writes Twelve years ago 1 had a severe at tack of la grippe and I never really re covered my health and strengthbut grow weaker every year until I was unable to work K ne there to spend the winter f r hs healthMr Kissam of Virginia arrived Sun day to be with his family fi r awhile Mrs Ed Stites of Owensboro is the guest of Miss Maude Gilbert Jesse Gardner came down from Irving and all this at a A of tables at a great now 7o New 8Jc to lOc 8io to lOc Two years ago I began using Peruna and it built up my strength so that In a couple of months I was able to go to work again- This winter I had another attack of la grippe but soon drove it out of my system My wife and I consider Poruna a household remedy Pneumonia Followed La Grippe Mr T Barnecott West Aylmer On tario Can writes Last winter was ill with pneu after having la grippe 1 took Peruna for two months when I became quite well and I can say that anyone can be cured by it in a reasonable time at little expense Tonic After La Grippe Mrs Chas E Wells Sr Delaware Ohio writes severe attack of la grippe I took Poruna and found It a very good tonic Mrs Jane Gift Athens Ohio writes Six years ago Ihad la grippe very bad I read a of a woman who had been cured of grip by Peruna My husband bought me bottle of Peruna I was soon ablo to do my I continued using it until 1 was cured tnll 5urida and is the guest of his uncle N B Bar G B Cheiault PHJ set hrough ton Sunday emoule to his horn Irvington CONTAINS Ct HJUaV1j ult1 fAR iYS AXATIVE OIJGH YRUP aU Children like It 0 so c CHICACO- Murfer ct sa other couch cure are coniUptUnf Mpcdallr thow eontilnlni Opiate Kenncdri tautly Couth Syrup moves the bowel contain no Opiate X For Sale by Ii 6 AA 1a1Jlblt i41 s i1 u J1Ak lAA ll ad LOWEST PRICES ON EVERYTHING WE HAVE Highest Prices paid for Produce reduced prices be relief to guaranteed Ladies accordingly Hats and for248 eJltDrxiggists Clothing 6OOsuitsfur290 800 t overcoats overcoats overcoats for overcoats for raincoats v raincoats Fincks R M JOLLY RecognizesThe recommends lowedExperience distressing goodE Our will you Shoes Caps Hardware- A complete line hardware great reduction It Furniture good lino iron beds and mattresses springs chairs cots Wood bedsteads reduction Dry Goods calicoes Ginghams Portals Irvington KentuckyIio Poruna I monia perunaA IfAfter a testimonial a work e Cunningham f I Tastes I Bright Groceries 20 Ibs standard granulated sugar to each family for 100 3 largo cans tomatoes 25 1 cnn red salmon 11 SIbs No lcOfee1005J Ibs Karl Van coffee 100 1 can sweet potatoes 09 1 can Ilye hominy 09 1 box oat meal 09 221bs white beans H 100 lib best tea 50 1 bushel potatoes e v 95 7 bars soap 25 20 Ibs red kidney beans 100 lIb California peaches 14t 2 lbs Soda 04t 1 can Ovsters V 09 Best Lard I 11 Freshside meat 1 11 Fresh shoulder meat 08 Curedmeat OD NtO Molasses 47 Vinegar country 27 oniu 121 ffIJ J f j TuttsPilis manyuyawhatever he wishes They prevent SICK HEADACHE cause the food to assimilate mad Hour lab the body give keen appetite DEVELOP FLESH and solid nttfcfo Take coated No m ElecutlYllraI 15he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAR 4 1908 I PERSONAL AND LOCAL Squire Bates was in townSaturday Fred Brown of Henderson was here SundayThe of Mr John Blythe is ill of the grip J W Owen left Sunday night for j New Orleans Miss Evelyn Hicks will go to Louisville this week Robert Pierce was home from Glen deane Sunday Back numbers of magazines on sale fit the News office Mrs Mattie Collins is ill of grip at her home in the West End Rev B M Currie was in Owensbon last week on business Charlie Chamberlain of Irvington was in Louisville Friday Miss Esther Jackson of the New force was ill of grip last week Allen Newby and Owen Rice were in town from Tar Fork Saturday A set of dishes of thirtysix pieces on sale at the News office for 250 Prince Davis was here from the Soutl Sunday to see Miss Ruth Haynes Father Meyering of Owensboro was the guest of Father Brey Saturday- J T Hatfield of Stephensport vis ited his old home at Webster Saturday Mrs Zella Thompson and two children of Aldison went to LeitchfieU FridayRobert Otter of Louisville was the gnest of Mr and Mrs L McGavocl last week Miss Lula Severs is ill of grip at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs D H SeversMiss Tucker has been ill at her home over two weeks suffering Iron troubleMiss Basham of Skillman was here last week She will leave soon for Bowling Green Mrs G W Barrett has returned toj wensboro after a visit to her daugh- t r Mrs Severs Mr and Mrs Emmett Gregory hav moved their family to Louisville 1 to make their home Mr and Mrs Joe Sawyer have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Alford Hes ton at Hardinsburg Mrs C T McClanahan was called to Henderson last week on account of the illness of her husband James L Mason and E T Pate of Victoria were in town Thursday and subscribed for the News Beautiful tally cards red blue ligh blue green and pink on sale at the News office 20 cents per dozen Post age extra- Mrs James Stites and attractive little granddaughter Elizabeth bipple wer here from Louisville Thursday the guests of friends Miss Margaret Skillman has returned home from Louisville where she went to see her mother who is at St Jasephs Infirmary Mrs Lambert of Lewisport Mrs Williams and son Charles of Hawes ville were the guests of Mr and Mrs T F Sawyer Sunday I Mr and Mrs Joe Harpole and little daughter Margaret and Miss Adelii Moorman Jack and Frank Moormai left Monday for Louisville Judge John C Adair of Stephens port HonE H Shellman of Irving ton two prominent bankers of the county were in Louisville Friday The young society men gave a de ill htful skating party in Oelzes Hal 2rtonday night Mr Chris Braband and Mr Raymond Pate being the promoters Miss Jennie Warfield has returned tc Louisville after a visit to Mrs Fran Fraize She came to attend the celebration of Mr Fraizes seventyfiftl birthdayMiss Dood Adair Mr and Mrs Clarence Sterrett of Hawesville W C Moorman of Glehdeane and Miss Jesse Bates attended the funeral of Dr MoormanIn columns of the society page of I Saturdays Times was an attractive picture of Miss Donald Murray She is a beautiful young girl formerly of CloverportMrs Rooney of Henderspn was a passenger on Saturdays train en route to Hardinsburg to visit her brother Mr Dennie Sheeran She is the widow of the late Pat Rooney for merly of this county Mrs Rooney is in her seventyfirst year I Mrs Mary Havnes of SU Louis passed through Cloverport on Thurs days afternoon train on her way to Harned where she was going to see her sister Mrs Davis who is ill Mrs Haynes was met at the train by her I sister Mrs Frank Payne Dr D B Beeler of the Best Pain less Dental Parlors 307 West Jefferson street Louisville Kywill be at Stephensport Ky March 10 11 12 and 13 to do all kinds of dental work and II also be able to take out teeth by the use of gas j stagjingauley manager of Macauleys Theatre j will give special attention to all orders j for seats through the mail providing remittance accompanies same Seats will 12 be placed on sale Thursday March 1 Sales 6000 A Year 1 A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc Annual sales 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky Young Men and Ladies Young men and ladies with ambition should learn telegraphy Under the new 8hour law which goes into effect next March over 18000 additional tel egraphers are required by the railroads in the United States Positions pay from 60 to 80 per month to beginners You can qualify in three or four months time For full details write to the National Telegraph Institute Cincin nati Ohio Henderson Route Notes Special Weekend Excursion Fares i Every Saturday trains 113 114 115 Curl 118 and all trains Sundays Round- trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates to local points good to return Sunday Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L L H St L Reduced Rates One way Colonist rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to April 30th Homeseekers round trip rates to West and Southwest February 4 to 18 March 3 and 1- 7TAR FORK Ryans school closed with a delightful entertainment gotten up by thei popular and capable teacher Miss Les sie N wton A large and appreciativei crowd was present Miss Newton spent- a few days with Miss Beulah Rice andl others before returning to her home at Cloverport We miss her much already Alex Robbins of Irvington visitedl his brother W H Robbins last week Powell Tabeling is very ill with a cancer on his lip Mr and Mrs Henry Elmore andI children of Owensboro visited relatives here and at McQuady last week Miss Emma Burdette of Mattingly is visiting her sister Mrs Jim Keenan t of this place Forrest Sherron is at home from Evansville where ho has been employed Miss Victoria Wiese and brother Leonard of Mattingly visited their cousin Virge Newton and family Saturday night and Sunday Russell Keenan and Jade Mingus have purchased two fine horses from Robinson Bros Consideration un known Rev G W Jones filled his regular appointment at Cave Spring church l Saturday and Sunday Crit Seaton was the guest of his sister Mrs Sarah Elmore last week Joe Dunn is still confined to homeS R Keenan was in Hardinsburg SaturdayIrvin I and E L Rice were the guests of Misses Beulah Rice and Lessie Newton Sunday I A Boston schoolboy was tall weak andsickly His arms were soft and flabby He didnt have a strong muscle in his entire body The physician who had attended the family for thirty years prescribed Scott r Emersion NOW To feel that boys arm outi would think he was apprenticed to 1II blacksmithr IJ ALL DRUGGISTS j BOo AND S10O I j I I I I I I t I I I + AUCTIONOF 1 Ina Ky r I Mens Clothing Shoes Hats and FurnishingsSaturday I II MARCH 7 I AT Shapinsky Bros Cloverport Ky J For Sale 3yearold filly five 2 yearold mules over 15 hands high One 9year old mule all first class will stll them rithtII Oscar W1 McGavock 3 Miles West of Cloverport Ky m tl d I II ForSale I t i i I 1rr 1 1tri rili1 yl Launches c I i 1 ft r ailcompletej side curtains lockers cushions ii- IIII electric lights etc The power y1 consists of a fi h p Spaks 4 cycle 1 I engine and 10 in bronze propelle j PlI 1 ALSO I l yl il One 18x4 foot Compromise a em I t Model withstanding top lockets fIr- i I i steering wheel rudder and tilert Ibronze propeller und shaft allII 1II complete except engine I t I These outfits are nearly new a d IIII i will be sold chtap For particu tlJIlirs I ADDRESS j I 1 JJWWLockBoxl75 iNf CANNELTON IND t Morrison Calhoon dentists urnII downstairs 205 Fourth street i Owensborophones KyIDUKES Miss Lucy Corley is able to be outs again after a few days illness Born to the wife of Lud Bowlds Feb ruary 22 a girl Mrs Charlie Cahal and children Beulah and Hillary visited Mrs Ca hals mother Mrs Mollie Johnson a few days last week H H Tindle closed his school at Happy Hollow Tuesday Clint Bivens has moved his famil into Mrs Nicie Campbells property Misses Pearl Inn and Bessie Johnson attended the party at Mrs Emma Isoms of Goering Tuesday night i honor of Miss Inas twentieth birthday J H Basham went to Hawesvillo Friday on business Fred Powers and Clarence Dunlevj of Goering attended church here Sunday and dined with Mrs J T John sonMrs Eva Clark of this place an Will Powers of Happy Hollow were I I married at Hawesville Sunday evening I Homer Tindle went to Owensbor- Saturday to visit relatives Jor a feu days Miss Jessie Wheatly visited relatives at Midway last week L Newbury was in Cloverport Sat urdayMrs Dave Jarboe spent Monday with Mrs John Corley Floyd Hatfield of Patesville visited friends hera Saturday and Sunday Mrs Betsy Nichols died Tuesday at the home of her daughter Mrs Eliza Nugent of Mt Eden Funeral ser vices were held at the C P church at this place Wednesday at 1120 a m of which she was a member and the remains were laid to rest in the grave yard near the church c WritsI I L FOR SALEIO tons baled hay 5 tons extra and 5 tons mixed timothy J W STONE afar 0 It Hurdlns Cloverport K FOHALK2 spans of mules 4 und a yours HAL WEATUKKIIOLT lob port Ind ALFAAtine now Kurtztnann uno A ruro barKuln Jeff Owen Glenuimno FOR BALK PRINTING Prasses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also now and secondhand Qua and Oasollni KnRlnes MAKTIN GABLE SIB 3rd Street Louisville K- yWHEAT BINDER FOR SALE Used slightly W B OELZE Cloverport Ky wo acesICash Only 100 Ibs Gran Sugar 5 25 Grayson Lilly Flour First Grade 24 Ib sack 70c Calico per yard 5c bacon best grade lOc Corn 3 cans 25c 3 lbs Soda 5c 3 lb cans Tomatoes 12c Homestead Fertilizer We sell it at reduced pricesi Top Price For sill Produceii LEN C TAUU III II 4 To Whom It May Concers i 1 flIi I tIll irHeFull wig PfiGi Salt per barrel S1I nCement per iriel I 311 Royal Ironer 47 in high lUOrotls 30 UJ The ITurtieHeekiKr Plow o No 12 No 13 cuch12102 horse shovel 11111 73 1horse shovel plow2 50 Kentucky Ilow C O 5 00 Kentucky Plow 1P 0 3 00 3ply palter Roofing per sq 115 Role Cap painted Roofing square275yLinseed Oil per gal 60 New Erie faint per ga11511O- liver Chilled plow furnish pricenEmpire Corn Dill1 12 SO A nice little lint of harness i iitJ ery low riie 4 411nl also Ili LYe the Day Bnke icruiizer which will hive I 10 per cent Phosjioric iciu and 4 per cent Potash I will sell for about indn 2200 ISmooth Wire No 11 per 100 pounds 300 length24UoFlour straight grade5 20 Meal per bushel 80 Besides the hbove Hpe ifid ar tiiies we have H like line of Groerie1 which wt mike Rood priers Will give specnl often tion to telephone or mail orders Will close by thanking our cus towers for the past pleasant bmii nss and a king them for a continuance We remain as ever J A Gray Co Harned Ky 4j lfc I j I MET ME AT NOLTES I Gentlemen You need hunt no further for nice new Spring uptodate PANTS Blue Serge Checks Stripes We have the style and nobby cut to please the fancy I Prices From 150to 500 We are panting to fit you I n I J C Nolte Si Bro Cloverport Ky MIAMA GASOLINE ENGINES FOR SALE I m Itl iI irl SPP sample engine fifi verport Planing Mill n- Cloaks Suits WaistsSkirts Departments Silks VelvetsBlack Dress Goods Colored- Dress Goods Ribbons Womens Neckwear HandkerchiefsLaces Embroideries Notions Linings TrimmingsWash Flannels and- Domestics Mens Furnishings Art Needlework Pyroeraphy China I and Glassware Knit UnderwearGloves ReadytowearGarments Muslin UnderwearEtc Millinery Sho- esCarpets Draperiesand Furniture FOR MAIL ORDER- CUSTOMERS ONLY Sale Goods Can be Obtained Only through our Mall Order Department SpecialThis Week V oireis tiff laundered Cellars 113c iic 25chartII IIIS areratItaicrd- h h Ieo ill1l I ell I ull1 y illfl t ruelive nail will I o wnnI PX- t lnot I i this JJllfg TIlM1 OIM ill icjjMiu IPtS nlllll HCI itlly tilyale I I i n I Icr rs 332340 W Market Street LOUISVILLE KY FREE We will send to anyone living out of town who sends us their namo and address The Ladles Home Journal Style Book once a month for ono year free of charge Dress Goods Silks Dress- Trimmings DepartmentsUpholstery Shades Carpets Floor Coverings Corsets Stationery and Books Toilet Articles Hosiery Paper Patterns Linens White Goods Blankets Bedding Umbrellas and- Parasols Shirt Waists and Furs Infants Wear leather Goods Toys and Sporting Goods Trunks and DaIs Rouse Furnishings Velllncs andDressNets Jewelry Boys Clothing Furniture Music AGENTS FOR TH- EDemorest Sewing Machine at 162 rW onxw +b P1i r 1I 1 APPRECIATED II dIlTo nilti i the best I J Oranges Lemons and Candies of all JI iiuK sold at prices that cannot fail to t1rat J 1 1hk pers iSIII1 wu i troll FLAVORING EXTRACTS Crule to jut riiMvid a qunntity made for our own trade try Furniture relish I the kind tlmr makes things shineno need of now furniture IIIousennlH A irmonia Gc a pint Ilnvoyou been getting it aUlrntK Fresh Chewing Gum have just roc oh Pd fresh supply KisMo chewing gum you I can chew vf Mnnll cost PRICE OUR GOODS IT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY Irvington Pharmacy L B iMoremen Manager I Cut Rate Drug Store LLI Mail Orders Solicited i y JI i I AN EXTRA SESSION Rumor Now Has It That Kentucky I Legislators Will Be Kept at Work LITTLE BEING ACCOMPLISHED enatorlal Deadlock and Tension Over Local Option Bill Have Put the Brakes on All the Normal Activities of the Present Assembly All the Interests Appear to Be Fighting for Delay and the Session IIB Merely Dragging Along Frankfort Ky Feb 25One would think the senatorial fight had become a stale and uninteresting subject in Frankfort by this time but it is near ly the sole topic of conversation now Just as it was the first week in Jan uary in every little coterie of politicians that happen together in the ho tels every day and night The dead lock still continues and the death of Representative McKnight of Mason county seems to have made no change In the situation except that it now takes one less to elect than it did before McKnights death Beckham lost I another vote when Representative Arnett of Covington voted for Con gressman Ollie James but as long as none of the Democrats who desert 1 Bockham vote for Bradley the dead lock will continue The county unit local option bill is still hanging fire and it is still asserted that upon its fate will depend the result of the sena torial race The legislative session will end by limitation on March 17 so that only about three weeks more i reoII I SENATOR CONN LINN President Pro Tern of the Senate main in which to do anything All the Interests appear to be fighting for delay Motions to adjourn early each day without doing any real work are constantly adopted As a result all tho bills will be jammedtogether the last ten days of the session and some vicious legislation will likely be en acted There is some talk of an extra session being called but it is not be- lIeved that Governor Willson will call one unless the appropriation to com plete the new statehouse falls to pass and oven that may not induce him to call one ttiThe senate has passed by a unani mous vote the Renaker bill providing n tension for indigent and disabled Con Rheumatism Do you want to get rid of it1 If so take Dr Miles Nervine modified as di rected in pamphlet around bottle In addition to the direct curative properties it has a soothing effect up on the nervous system by which the rheumatic pains are controlled and rest and sleep assured It has made many cures of this painful disease some of them after years of suffering If it willI youxf cated write us for advice J it costs you nothing andJJ prolongedff J j su j I was so crippled that I could j scarcely walk After having my shoej manageto I j I began to have pains all through v my system My doctor told mo I had I an acuto attack of inflammatory rheumatism I read about Dr MlleV Nervine bought a bottle and I commenced to get better from the start and for the past six months have scarcely any pain and am able to walk as well as ever JAB H SANDERS P O Box B Rockaway N J Your druggist tells Dr Mlles Nrv ine and we authorize him to return i beof first bottle only If It falls to youII V Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind I i After suffering for seven year this woman was restoredto health by Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound Read her letter Mrs Sallie French of Paucaunla Ind Ter writes to Mrs Pinkham I had female troubles for seven yearswas all rundown and so ner vous I could not do anything The doctors treated me for different troubles but did me no good While in this con dition I wrote to Mrs Pinkham for ad vice and took Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound and I am now strong and wel- lFACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs has been the for female ills thousandsofandwomen who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulcera tion fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear ingdown feeling flatulency indiges tiondizzinessornervousprostration Why dont you try it Dont hesitate to write to Mrs Pinkham if there is anything about your sickness you do not understand She will treat your lettcrillCollfldenceaJ1lmlviseouCree writing her and because of her vast experience she has helped thousands Address Lynn Mass federate veterans Tno provisions 01 the bill are carefully guarded and no one can receive the 125 per year if he has as much as 600 worth of property nor If he has a member of his Immediate family that is able to take care of him A board of investigation In each county is provided for and each applicant for a pension mustI have his case passed on by this board favorably before he can draw the pen sion from the state The bill does not conflict or Interfere with the Confed erate Soldiers Horne at Pewee VaHeyI It is believed the bill will pass the house of representatives with but little opposition and an amendment may be adopted providing that any servant who accompanied his master while serving in the Confederate army and who is indigent or disabled may also be entitled to a pension This provi sion was in the bill as first presented but owing to the fact that the section was not carefully drawn It was strick in out Neither the senate nor house haItaken any final action yet on the numerous bills to repeal the dogtax law but the house may pass the question this week The sheep breeders arc making an active fight against the repeal of the law and a number of mem bers have changed their views since coming here The State Farmers In stitute which met here last week with an attendance of about 200 from allover the state adopted by an almos unanimous vole a resolution calling upon the legislature not to repeal the dog tax The advocates of the repeal however are vehement in their demands for the passage of the bill and ft may be pushed through yetIThere seems to be something curlIeus not to say penurious about the Kentucky legislatures or rather some of the Kentnoky legislatures When the legislatures of other states find that something is needed by the state they appropriate enough money to get what is needed and get it of the first class In other words what is worth doing is worth doing well Not BO In Kentucky however Ordinarily when the state of Kentncky needs something that other states readily pay 50000I or 60000 for to get It first class the legislative cheeseparers take it in hand and cut it down to 5000 or 10 000 which results in poor building orIpoor service As an example other states expend from 75000 to 200000 a year to enforce their pure food lawsI while Kentnucky expends but 15000I and as a consequence the fund gIvesI out the first six months each year and nothing can be done the last six months to prosecute the violators of the pure food laws A recent legisla I ture appropriated a million dollars for a new statehouse and a magnificent building has been erected but is not yet furnished To hear some of the cheeseparers talk they want the build Ing furnished out of a 10cent store A milliondollar structure should have all Its appointments in keeping with Its appearance and if a proper appropria tion is made Kentucky will have a statehouse that will be a matter of tate pride If the penurious ones get In their work everybody will be dis gusted with it and in a short time all the cheap furniture will be thrown out or worn out and another appropriation will be necessary which means that the first Inadequate appropriation will be an absolute loss Tho cheeseparers and recordmak ers are afraid to vote their sentiments on any of the education appropriation bills because the cause of education is o nODular now in KentUcky that It- J I J I i 1 may mean political suicide to anyone who dares to oppose any bill that stands for educational progress This was demonstrated In the house last week when the bill appropriating 500 000 to the state college and the two state normal schools came up for dis cussion and passage The bill gives 150000 to each of the normal schools and 200000 to the state college one third to be paid this year onethird next year and the other third In 1910 The cheeseparers nil expressed them selves as being in favor of the bill but they urged that the amounts appro prlated were too large This argu ment reduced to its final absurdity would be the same as asking the legis lature to meet in a tent without a stove In zero weather The c ps however were not In the majority and the bill passed by a vote of 69 to 17 and will probably pass the senate al most unanimously All of which goes to show that the recordmaker and alleged economist who wants to give you a mosquitobar overcoat when d chinchilla would hardly keep you warm does not always succeed There is a bitter war on between two factions of the Kentncky Dairy mens association and It looks like two associations will be the result It all comes about over the bill in the legislature providing for a rigid inspec tion of all cows and the killing of all those found to be Infected with tu berculosis The annual meeting of the association was held here last week and after a spirited argument over the propriety of passing the bill the meet Ing split up like a political convention and one faction left the building with the avowed intention of forming a new association Some of the dairymen say that every herd of cows in the state has more or less tuberculosis in it and that such has been the case from time immemorial and that if the proposed law passes nearly every herd of dairy cows In the state will have to be slaughtered when there is no real reason for It 55 Senator Burnam of Madison county has introduced a bill that is intended to reach the unlawful acts committed by the night riders The bill provides that where two or more persons conspire together to commit some un lawful act and do commit said act the circuit Judge attorney general or the commonwealths attorney may have a change of venue to another county to have the unlawful acts invostigated by the grand Jury of that county and If the grand jury of that county indicts anyone they shall be tried in that county and not In the county where the act was committed It is claimed that this is the only method by which a fair and Impartial investigation of the nets of the night riders can be secured as the grand juries and petit Juries in the county where the acts are committed are said to contain members of the night riders association Every day of the session brings fresh evidence that the senatorial race and the county unit local option bill are so closely interwoven that they cannot be separated The two candi dates for United States senator have gone into print on the situation Beck ham proposing that the senatorial race be postponed till the county unit bill is disposed of and Bradley charging that Beckhams proposal Is only a grand stand play Meantime there is a per sistent rumor that If the legislature fails to pass the county unit bill Gov ernor Willson will at once call an extra session and demand that the bill be passed It has been rumored for several days that the governor is pre paring a surprise for the legislature and it is now claimed that the surprise will be the call of an extra session or else a message stating that unless the bill is passed an extra session will be called All of this may however br but the idle talk that always comes at the end of nearly every legislative see slon if some Important bill falls to get through JOHN H STUART Tetter Salt Rheum and Eczema These are diseases for which Cham berlains Salve is especially valuable It quickly allays the itching and smart- Ing and soon effcts a cure Price 25 cents For sale atevers Drug Store Thackerays Pink Bonnets Thackeray was fond of putting pink bonnets on such of his lady characters us were to be specially fascinating The cterim Becky wore one the mushy Amelia wore one on her wed ding tour very probably on her second one also and the dashing Beatrlx nlso set off her beauty by this means Exchange Kodol is today the bet known and most reliable remedy for all disorders of the stomach such a3 dyspepsia heart burn soar stomach and belching of gas Kodol contains the same juices found in a healthy stomach Kodol is pleasant to take It is guaranteed to give relief and is sold here by all druggists Put Your Money where It will grow under your own control and grow faster than in any other safe way Write for our tree bcoklot N which tolls all about how to Bank by Mall safely and conveniently from any part of the State We pay 5 per cent Interest annually Our capital se cures you OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Hood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes on and may yourbloodter out the impurities In the are sick out of fall do and come cess of uric the due neglectednkidney trouble unsteadyhearthad trouble because the overworking In pumping kidney poisoned through and arteries- It be considered that urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases begin kidney trouble i you are sick you can mistake by first doctoring kidneys The and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the kidney remedy soon realized stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases is sold on its merits by all druggists In fifty cent and onedollar siz You have a waste or blood If they or order they to their work Pains aches rheumatism from ex acid In blood to they heart heart Is thick blood veins used to only have their ning In If make no your mild great Is It es sample bottle by mail Home of BWDI Root free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmar Si Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember th name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Soot and the address Binghamton N Y 411 ntrr hlttln You know most people either too wets or tint vp III 1iiotiKi to trust theta SI1 TolIl nllohe fleT1olrnt Be careful about that little cough Get something right away some good reliable remedy that will move the bowels Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup acts gently yet promptly on 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her fixed features with a little shrug that was also some prudentlywards eyes and during a moment hesitation they considered one another with an Increasing curiosity that slowly became tentative Intelligence And her eyes said very plainly an wickedly to Slwards Oho my frlenf So It bores you to see Mr Plank mo nopolizing an engagel girl who y longs to Howard Quarrlerl Then without appearing to she took Plank away from temptation so skillfully that nobody except Slward un dprstood that the young man had been incontinently removed He Plank never doubting that ho was a perfect ly free agent decided that the time had arrived for trlumnhant retirement Continued Next Week ITCHING ECZEMA FIFTYFIVE YEARS Suffered Torments from Birth Boils Formed as Big as Walnuts In Frightful Condition and Could Hardly Work Tried All Kinds of Remedies to No AvailAt Last WHOLLY CURED IN 8 MONTHS BY CUTICURA I had an itching tormenting eczema ever since I came into the world and I am now a man fiftyfive years old I tried all kinds of medicines I heard of but found no relief I was truly in a frightful condition At last my blood was so bad that I broke out all over with red and white boils which kept growing until they were as big as wal nuts causing great pain and misery I thought they would take the skin off my whole body but I kept from scratch ing as well as I could I was so run down that I could hardly do my work Mr Nelson R Burnett recommended tho use of Cuticura Remedies telling me ho was confident benefit- and therwoulaIn time cure Cuti cura Soap Ointment Resolvent and Pills for about eight months and I can ttruthfully say I am cured I cordially recommend Cuticura Remedies to all who are afflicted the same as I was be liovine that if they will use them according to directions they will find them all they are represented to be Anyone doubting tho truth of the above can write to Mr Burnett who will cheer fully vouch for my statements Hale Bor dwell R F D 3 Cedar Corners Tipton la Aug 17 1007 I cheerfully endorse the above tes timonial It is the truth I know Mr Bordwell and know the condition he was in Ho never tires of praising the Cuticura Remedies Nelson R Burnett Tipton Ia Oento anointings with Cuticura the great Skin Cure preceded by warm baths with Cuticura Soap followed in the severer forms with mild doses of Cuticura Resolvent Pills afford instant relief permit rest and sleep and point disfiguringeczemas rashes and inflammations from infancy to ago Cuticura Soap 25c to Cleanse the Skin Cuti cura Ointment SOc to neat the Skin and Cuti ChXolateCoated lood80ldChernCornoyMailed Free Cuticura Book on Skin Diseases WE challenge challenge bargains surpassed complete Hardware single and double bit best brands Hands Saws at 85c Double and single Shot Guns at 600 and Shot gun Shells a box 40c 350 Razors at 200 Good Curry Combs Horse Brushes worth 25c for 1 5c Large box Carpet Tax 4c Machine Oil formerly sold at 10c bottle for 5C Egg Beaters 4c Smiths Hoes 45c Screen Door Hinges8cLi- ttle Giant Seed Sowers 125 Plow Lines 18 feet CRANKY METAL Moods and Mystery Are Embodied In a Piece of Steel A cutlery company will make a hun dred razors from the same piece of steel by the same process and part of the razors will be good and part of them bad It may be fifty of one kind or seventyfive or tveutyflve nobody knows The maker doesnt know the buyer doesnt know Barbers say that even the price doesnt seem to make much difference You may get a good razor for a quarter or a bad one for u And the same razor will get a contrary edge today so that you can hardly shave with It and tomorrow without additional sharpening It will work like a charm One tap will go on n bolt easily and stay there Another tap will hardly go on at nil A third may be screwed on tight and snug and yet keep coming off In spite of all that can be done Sometimes men that work with ma chines have a premonition of coming disaster as do the men that sail on the seas or thread the winding paths of the big woods Nature as well as pieces of mechanism seems able to com municate to man why they are In a calamitous and threatening mood Chicago Tribune Croup positively checked In 20 min utes Dr Shoops 20 minute Cough Remedy acts like magic No vomiting nothing harsh A simple safe pleas ant dependable croup syrup 50c all dealers Turn About In a Great Western railway carriage on the way up to London a youth had disturbed and annoyed the other pas sengers by loud and foolish Inane re marks during a great part or the jour ney As they passed Hanwell Luna tic asylum he remarked I often think how nice the asylum looks from the day growled on old gentle man you will probably have occasion to remark bow nice the railway looks from the asylum London Answers Getting It All What can I bring you today slr1 I hardly know The doctor says I need carbohydrates and protelds and I want something nitrogenous 1 think Yes sir How about an order of bisn Ilttsburg Post I Myself From this hour I decree that my be ing be from all restraint and limitsI where I will my own absolute and complete master I breathe deeply In space The east and the west are mine Mine all the north and south I am greater and better than I thought myself T did not know that so much bound less goodness was In me Whoever disowns me causes me no annoyance Whoever recognizes me shall be blessed and will bless uieWalt Whitman Best He Could Do Sir said the Irate parent as he unexpectedly entered the parlor what do you mean by kissing my daughter Excuse me replied the poor but otherwise honest young man but 1 desired to show my appreciation of your daughters loveliness and kisses are the only things I can afford to give her at the present stage of the game Detroit Tribune Unmanned Wlgg What errors these novelists make the author of this speaks of his heroine as being un manned Wngg Muybe she was dl vorced Philadelphia Hecord A man who hopes to succeed must take himself seriously even If It be bin business to banish seriousness Chica go RecordHerald Stoves High Grade Range with resovoir price 30for2475 Steel Range without resovoir regular price 25 for2250 No7 Step Stoves575D- rum Stoves large size regu lar price 300 cut price 260 Medium size Drum Stoves 230 Small Drum Stoves 205 Coal stoves from 350 to 1000 Stove Pipe 4 5 nnd 5J at joint 6c 6inch Stove joint 10c Coal Oil best grade gallon 14c One pound Mica Axle Grease 2 boxes for 15e 3 buckets Mica Axle for 20C A LEARNED LUNATIC Alexander Cruden the Compiler of the Bible Concordance Alexander Cruden the persevering and painstaking compiler of the fa moue Concordance to the Bible was appointed bookseller to the queen of George 11 by Sir Robert Walpole Tin Concordance which has ce lebrity on his name was published and dedicated to Queen Caroline In 17JJ7 lie was permitted to present a copy of It in person to her majesty who he said smiled upon him and assured Dim she was much obliged to him She died sixteen days afterward and Cm den did not reap the benefit of the queens appreciation which he had uti ticlpated lie prepared a second ell I tlon twentyfour years afterward urn dedicated It to her grandson George ill For this and a third edition Is sued In 170 he reaped a reward of 800 Crutlen was a very eccentric charac ter and was thrice placed In private lunatic asylums lie designated himself II Alexander the Corrector and also the Corrector of Morals his claim to tilt latter title consisting In his stopping nil persons whom he met in puhllc places on Sundays and ad monishlng them to go and keep the Sabbath day holy lie was a great believer In the distribution of tracts and spent n great part of his means In this way It seems difficult to believe that an eccentric man of this sort should have his name associated with such a re markably painstaking boOk as his Con cordance undoubtedly Is as it must have cost an enormous amount of la bor in its compilation but it was prob ably the of his occupation that unhinged his mind He died at Cam den street Islington on Nov 1 1770 WHAT THE KIDNEYS DO Their Unceasing Work Keeps Us Strong and Healthy I All the blood in the body passes through the kidneys once every three minutes The kidneys filter the blood They work night and day When healthy they remove about 500 grains of impure matter daily when unhealthy some part of this impure matter is left in the blood This brings on many diseases and in the back headache nervousness hot dry skin rheumatism gout gravel disor of the eyesight and hearing dizzi ness irregular heart debility drowsi ness dropsy deposits in the urine etc But if you keep the filters right you will have no trouble with your kidneys- J J Dyer living in Cloverport Ky says I have kept Doaus Kidney Pills co stantly in the house for over ten years and have never found a remedy that would equal them Three years ago my back was so lame and sore that I was scarcely able to straighten after assuming a stooped position I contracted the slightest cold it was sure to settle on my kidneys and greatly aggravate my suffering A few doses of Doans Kidney Pills have never failed to bring me prompt relief and my wife has used them with results I procured Doans Kidney Pills at Iishers drug store and it gives me great pleasure to recommend them to other persons afflicted with kid ney complaint For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other We have a large stock of Bed Room Suits at 14 to 30 Dresses Extension Table Center Tables Kitchen Cabinets Couches Rocking Chairs Springs line Carpets Mattings and Rugs Saved From Being Cripple For Life Almost six or seven weeks ago I became paralyzed all at once with rheu matism writes Mrs Louis McKey 918 Seventh Street Oakland CatCIt struck me in the back and extended from the hip of my right leg down to my foot The attack was so severe tat I could not move in bed and was afraid that I should be a cripple for lift About twelve years ago I received a sample bottle of your Liniment but never had occasion to use it as I have always been well but something told me that Sloans Liniment would help me so I tried it After the second ap plication I could get up out of bed and in three days could walk and now feel well and entirely free from pain CMy friends were very much sur prised at my rapid recovery and I was only too glad to tell them that Sloans Liniment was the only medicine I used Diamond Cut Diamond Once upon a time there were In Paris two pnpers the Razor and the Scorpion which were always going for each other with great ferocity Every week people bought the Razor to read how It cut at the Scorpion and the Scorpion to learn how It stung the RazorA philanthropist felt pained to see such violence so he Invited the two to dine In the hope that over good fare he could make peace between them At the appointed time one jean melancholy roan presented himself and was ushered In After an Interval as no other guest approached the host demanded May I ask are you the editor of the Razor or Scorpion Both said the sad eyed man Just a little Cascasweet is all that is necessary to give your baby when it is cross and peevish Cascasweet contains no opiates nor harmful drugs and is highly recommended by mothers every where Conforms to the National Pure Foodand Drugs Law Sold by all druggists OCEAN VOYAGE One of the Things It Teaches IIs the Value of System- I wish said the head of a large business house that every man who distresses his friends and associates by his lack of method could be told off to take a trip or a succession of trips on tho sea Hed learn something hed have to Theres a force In example you know and the effects of shipshape conditions would make themselves felt sooner or later 1 dont mean to say that a revolution lu character would follow any but with the majority of people It Is safe to say that there would be some alteration for the better Oh yes I know there are certain men and women who are born to dis order us you might suy and who couldnt be helped by any course of treatment They are the unfortunates of business and professional life thats all But for the Ignorant the thought less those who never have appreciated what a saving of time Is Involved In a little sensible planning or in the fol lowing of approved system In routine matters a son voyage with its disci pline Its precise allotment of time Its met hud in a word must prove 11 most lieiiiHHiil thing Its runny that when you hear so much ji limit the restful ness of ocean travel so few realize that the regularity of the life Its system Its evident adaptation of menus to ends constitutes such a large factor III bringing nbout this result Anti the some principle run be applied on shoreNew York Press Get DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salveit is healing soothing and cooling It is good for piles Sold by all druggists Red 100 best Grass Home J195 per ARE AGENTS FOR Hay And Also the OENUINE PLOWS And the or Walking Also a Full Line of SALT LIME and I Famous as the Abode of Many English Literary Giants The place to which the lover of lKnu llsh lltpntturu will sooner or later tUtllII his Rlcps Is Twickenham No small town ran lionst of having been tilt rpRldence and ItHoviHl abode of so many ruinous llteniry lights With it ore associated the Immortal names of Tope Horace Walpole Swift Gay Lady Wortley Montagu Gibson Boy well Johnson Tennyson and Dickens Surely this is enough to make any place doubly Immortal Twickenham was well by Horace Val pole the Halne or of England for It tins truly been to London what UninK was to ancient Home Indeed ins far higherI degree The big red brick bouse In Montpelier road where Alfred Tennyson lived for NO many years of his earlier married life was the one in which many of his earlier poems were written There his son Lionel the sec and Lord was born and there the author of Idylls entertained many of his literary friends and ac Quaintances That house should surely be sacred to all lovers of Kngllsh literature saw the dawn of In Me morlam which witnessed those de lightful gatherings graced by Tonny ton Ilnllum unit kindred spirits within Its walls It Is lodiiy called Tennyson Gazette Dont think that piles cant be cured Thousands of obstinate cases have cured by Doans 50 at any drug Madrid and Its Climate Along the Mediterranean shore Spain called the garden of It Is a great these tropical shores to the wind swept plains of interior Spain The level country inclosed by the Guadarrama and the Cantabrian mountains forms in the west an extensive wheat grow ing region Toward the east as the rainfall decreases pasturage encroaches upon arable culture In New Castile on the south of the Guadarrama and In about the center of Spain the political capital has been placed The level coun try In which it has been dropped aa if by accident Is for the most part a waterless plain swept in winter by the piercing winds from the naked moun tales of the north sweltering in sum mer under the effect of the suns rays on bare rock and soil The climate of Madrid has tersely described by its inhabitants as three mouths of and nine of I hades Remember that when the stomach i fail or weaken dyspepsia or indi gestion mustalwaysfollow But strength en these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and then see how quickly health will again return Weak heart and Kidney nerves can also h9 with the Restorative where heart pains palpitation or kidney weak ness is found Dont drug th stomach nor stimulate the heat or kidneys That is wrong Go to the cause of the ail ments Strengthen these weak inside nerves with Dr Snoops Restorative a d get well A simple single test wiI surely tell All dealers Her Portrait Miss ElderlyI painted this portrait of myself some weeks ago and Cud lings looking at the picture of a young girl What a good memory you have Transatlantic Tales A Slip What shall I play asked the QrI ganist of an absentminded clergyman What sort of a hand have you got 1 was the unexpected reply London Telegraph Tis not the many oaths that make the truth Funny Thing About JyThe policeman who usually guards the Broadway and Dey street corner but who IIs now off on sick leave as a result of trying to atop a runaway horse was In a reminiscent mood All sorts of people pass the cor ner he said One day I missed a German porter who was In the habit or to speak to me every day A few days later he reappeared and i asked him here he had been Over in Jersey he replied What part of Jersey I asked Itdont know replied the Ger man Funny thing them over In Jersey They nil have names New Globe unequaled as a Cure for Croup Besides being an excellent remedy for colds and throat troubles Chamber lains Cough Remedy is unequaled as a cure for croup says Hairy Wilsen of Waynetown Ind When given as soon as the croupy cough appearstthis remedy will prevent the attack It is successfully in many of homes For pale by Severs Drug Co should like to be excused lordship said n man who bad been on a jury What for I owe a man Uj and 1 want to bunt him up and pay it Do you mean to tell this court you would hunt up a man to pay a bill In stead of waiting for him to bunt you upr Yes your lordship You are excused I dont want any man on the Jury who will lie like that London Chronicle 100 paid bv Dr Shoop for any recent case of Grip or acute case of Cold that a 25 cent box of Preventics will not break How is this for an offer The Doctors supreme confidence in these little Candy Cold Cure Tablets Preven ticsis certainly complete Its a 100 against 25 cents pretty big odds And Preventics contain no quinine no llaxative harsh nor sickening Piuumonii would never appear if early colds were always tbroken Snfe snd sure for feverish children 48 Preven tics 25c All dealers Slow makes new clip pings for CMPM IBORlia the De Luxe Business Paper is made in the slow 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 way for 30 yearsno other paper is so fit to back up yourgray matter as Order 500 sheets and envelopes from uswx r enjoy complete letter satisfaction The News KY anybody to name lower prices While everything in our store is marked down to where we dare issue such a the best are in our Highgrade Buggies and We feel proud of the fact that we are offer ing a line of vehicles which for the money cannot be by any of our competitors Our styles and line is The is good materials used in the making of these vehicles are the best Chopping Axes at65c barrel 350 5c Sprouting for 8c That railwaySome treed Here book Steel size Heating inch Pipe pound conferred home severity symptomspain ders Whenever also excellent Full editors AN such Phaetons Furniture Mattresses Carpets and Rugs experience Field Seeds Clover Seed- Timothy Top Bluegrass Seed Oats Bushels Orchard Seed Grown at bushel WE McCormick Binders Mowers Rakes Presses OLIVER CHILLED BROWN CULTIVATORS Riding CEMENT IRVINGTON KY TWICKENHAMI nicknamed Tlvoll Tennyson which RoustIVestnilislir been Ointment cents store SpolnI been winter nerves strengthened Shakespeare stopping bout towns different York used thousands Disqualified- I your summoned remember nothing and careful good Sorting factory COUPON BOND oldfashioned anyother tbt4firmsbreckenridge CLOVERPORT Bargains in HighGrade Buggies quality The ASHCRAFT ASHCRAFT fOItlleldelightful I Busies and Surries Bike Runabouts Stick Seats Fancy Top Buggies Half Phaeton and Phaeton Seats High grade Auto Seats Twoinon- eBuggy Harness Single and double sets u ell made and stylish at 8 10 12 15 and 18 Horse collars at 75c to 325 Saddles brid les Harness Trace Chains and Belly Bands at lowest cash prices I ii1 FINE WORDS I GOLDEN ADVICE to the businccs man urging him to make use of tho chance to strengthen his financial standing by paying all bills by check have his accounts freely audited his name safeguarded and to march to success with the splendid reputa tion of the bank at his back Many a big enterprise has been guided and made successfulnot by tho margin of cash on hand onlySeoBank of Cloverport CloverportI Ky Auction Clear nCe S1eDry Goods Boots Groceries Shoes Caps Hardware Clothing Hats- Queensware TinwareIand everything else found in an uptodate store Everything goes under the hammer without regard to cost Wo must have room for new spring stock This is the time of your life to get bargains Sale commencesMARCH 21 08 L C TAUL McOuady Ky CHRIS AHL Auctioneer Vital Principles Cadick Milling Co CUSTER I Kit Alecanderhas bronchial pneu monia Custer has three telephone systems We can talk anywhere we please now A B Suter has taken his place in the bank again and is almost as well as ever Hester Lynch of near town is Very low with asthma It has now attacked the lungs Jim Clark is convalescingfrom a spell of pneumonia His wife has been sick also but is some better Jess Suter who has been with hfs brother the past four weeks returned to his home at Owenton Thursday- Dr Meader has been kept very busy riding for the past six weeks Pneu monia has been the principle trouble Big preparations have been made by most of the farmers for a large acreage of tobacco Burley will be first choice Noah Bruner has returned from a visit to Mattoon Ill where he went to make a short visit to his married brother and sister Mrs Alfred Taylor is still on the sick list She had a very hard hemorrhage on Monday At this writing she can sit up some News came by telephone on Friday that Mrs Daniel Trent nee Miss Ella Kasey was not expected to live through New Blacksmithand Wapnmakers Shop This iis to inform our trado that we have moved into our new shop and that we arc well equipped for all classes of work in our line Ye guarantee satisfaction as tQ work and price Will be glad to see all our old friends and customers at our place Have a full line of PLOWS and HARROWS of our own make the best to use for ser vice and good results Patronize your home smiths and get goods that will wear and stand Frank Crews McQuady Ky EVERY DETAIL of the milling of Cadlcks Gold Dust Flour Is supervised by expert millers Every bushel of wheat that is used is the best that can be obtained The Flour is the finest product of modern milling methods Thousands of housewives are now using it with the very greatest of satisfactionIf have not tried it you are missing a great dealGrandview GrandviewIndiana r The Man Who Wants to See Us 4 Is the Man We Want to See fc- La SPECIAL SALE SATURDAYY- ellow red edge collar pads 11 inches wide worth 35c Saturday 25c Orchard Grass Seed 185 bushel Clover Seed 1 100 per bushel Northern White Oats 64 cents bushel Little Giant Seed Sowers 115t Vulcan Chilled Plow This plow is guaranteed equal to the Oliver in every respect and less p expensive Our price the lowest Full line all kinds grass seeds I HEATING STOVES FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS AT COSTff McGlothlan Irvington Kyjj the day Mm Trent Is living on her SpringIMrs H B Head of Rosetta came in Tuesday to spend the day wtth the Taylors She WAS accompanied by her nephew Hal Head Miss Edna Dowell arrived in Custer from Big Spring on Friday to remain with her sister Mrs John Cook for a visit of several days Miss Pearl Rhodus who was thrown from her horse some four weeks ago is now able to come out in town but iis vet suffering from the fall Irvin Lyon is no better Hespent all of the fall and nearly all of the winter out West thinking the climate would benefit him He returned home unim proved We congratulate our kinsman Wal lace over his victory In winning the oratorical contest medal His grand mother once gave the writer the motto Never try never win We imagine Wallace has some of the dear old grand mothers determination and that what ever he goes after he gets Guy Brown and his father have ar rived home from California Guy has very bad health and went to California thinking the mountain climate would give him relief but word came to the father and mother to come and get their dear boy He was no better and longed to be at home with the dear ones They have been at home now two week- sMAKE THIS UP AT YOUR HOME Prepare It At Home By Shaking Ingredients Well In A Bottle What will appear very interesting to many people here is the article taken from a New York daily paper giving a simple prescription as formulated by a noted authoritywho claims that he has found a positive remedy to cure almost any case of backache or kidney or bladder derangement in the following simple prescription if taken before the stage of Brights disease Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Shake well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bed time A wellknown druggist here at home when asked regarding this prescription stated that the ingredients are all harm less and can be obtained at a small cost from any good prescription pharm acy or the mixture would be put up iif asked to do so He further stated that while this prescription is often in rheu matic afflictions with splendid results he could see no reason why it would not be a splendid remedy for kidney and urinary troubles and backache as it has- a peculiar action upon the kidney structure cleansing these most important organs and helping them to sift and filter from the blood the foul acids and waste matter which cause sickness and suffering Those of our readerss who suffer can make no mistake in giv ing it a trial PATESVILLE Mrs Leonard Preston is ofpneumoniaMrs Frymire is just recover ing of lagrippe Porter Breadshaw of Louisville iis visiting relatives at this place Misses Rena and Ola Jarboe entertained the Flinch party Saturday even ingMesdames G R Lamb and B F Arbra have been quite ill for several weeksF has returned to Owensboro after spending several days with his family at this place The Stork visited the home of Mr and Mrs Allen Jarboe presenting them- a fine baby boy Rev William Powers was at Dukes several days last week on business Prayer meeting at the Baptist church each Wednsday evening is still in pro gressMiss Anna Lamb closed her term of school at Victoria several days ago Clifton Corley has become a regular visitor at Dukes the guest ofrelatives and old friends Leonard Preston who has been doing carpenter work at Dukes for some timeis with his family for several days Marvin Hatfield went to Bolins Chapel Wednesday evening to enter the bonds of matrimony with Miss Josie Snyder of that place quiteilla fall he received while attending a patient at Dukes Rev William Powers solemnized the wedding of Miss Jessie Jones and Wave Juisenberry at Bolins Chapel Wednes day afternoon Quite a successful term of school under the care of Messrs Kirtley and Ernest Kincaid closed Tuesday at this place Several of the pupils of the small room receiving story books for the doingTheycaid Johnnie Kincaid Marshall Kin caid and Belle Young No false pretense has marked the career of Elys Cream Balm Being en tirely harmless it is not responsible like the catarrh snuffs and powders for minds shattered by cocaine The great virtue of Elys Cream Balm is that it speedily and completely overcomes nasal catarrh and hay fever Back of this statement is the testimony of thousands and a reputation of many years success All druggists SOCor mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York 1A SPECIAL NOTIFICATION A Tremendous Sacrifice Sale THE PUBLIC BENEFITS THE public of Louisville and the entire states of Kentucky Ohio and Ih will benefit greatly by Jas Greenes big purchase of a number of manufacturers surplus furniture and carpet stocks 185000 in all consisting of furniture of every description carpets rugs curtains stoves and house hold goods Jas Greene of Louisville Kentucky secured seven carloads of manufacturers surplus stocks at an unheard of low figure ON ACCOUNT OF THE RECENT CONDITION OF THE MONEY MARKET THE MANU FACTURERS HAD TO SELL and Jas Greene obtained the stocks at prac tically his own price Jas Greene says that he proposes to give the people of LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY OHIO and INDIANA the benefit of this great purchase of manufacturers surplus stocks by giving tho people the most stu pendous and most remarkable ten day sale on furniture carpets rugs cur tains household goods etc that was over given in the State of Kentucky The entire stocks direct from tho manufacturers will be soldatsuch ridiculously low prices that the public will bo amazed This ten day sale will be without question of a doubt the biggest bargain feast and sale of furniture that was ever given in the South at any time before or that will ever occur here again Commercial circles will be astaunded at the tremendous bargains offered It will be a bargain earthquake of low prices on good quality Furniture carpets etc that will arouse the people of Kentucky Ohio and Indiana and vicinity from center too circumference It took great nerve and a big outlay of ready cash to buy this largo surplus of manufacturers stocks for a city tho size of Louisville for as a rule these great snaps are usually gobbled up by the larg est stores in New York Philadelphia and Chicago but Jas Greene says there is nothing too good for the people of Kentucky and vicinity and he proposes to give the public a stupendous ten day sale tho above stocks that will be the talk of the entire state and surrounding country for the next ten years to come It will bo a premier effort in valuegiving on furniture such as tho public will long remember as never heretofore have our people been able to buy furni ture of every description carpets rugs and house furnishings at less than ac tual wholesale cost of manufacturers The Jas Greene Furniture Building is now closed in order to get these great surplus stocks in readiness for the opening days sale and the store will not be open for business until tho opening day of tho sale which will be WEDNESDAY CORNING AT 830 A M MARCH 11TH This is no ordinary furniture sale but one in fact that seldom occurs in any community Jas Greene of Louisville has certainly prepared for immense crowds of people having already engaged hundreds of extra salespeople in order to be able to wait upon the large crowds attending the sale during this stupendous ten days furniture sacrifice The people of Louisville Kentucky Ohio Indiana and vicinity have never heretofore had an opportunity of attending such a sacrifice sale as Greenes Manufacturers Outlet urniture Sale will afford tho public It is an opportunity which comes to you about once in a lifetime Let all who possibly can attend this most wonderful bargain giving event to replenish yourfhomes Remember the sale will lust for ten days only MAIL ORDERS WILL BE FILLED same day as received and FREIGHT WILL BE PAID ON ANY PURCHASE TO ANY PART OF THE STATE OF KENTTCKY This great sale positively opens WEDNESDAY morning MARCH 11TH at 830 A M Drop everything make your arrangements to be in LOUIS VILLE ICY if possible on the opening day Be sure you find the right pJace Look for the big green and white signs JAMES REENES MAN UFACTUHEHS OUTLET FURNITURE SALE 425427429 East Market St Louisville Ky Wo would advise early morning selections as much as possible in order to facilitate the proper handling of the immense crowds of people who will attend this gigantic furniture sale which opens March 11th WEDNESDAY MORNING AT 830 A M Be hero on one of tho ten sale affordtto miss this sale at Jas Greenes at Louisville Ky REMEMBER THE OPENING DATE and if you value money then prepare accordingly and yourhouseholdMarch 11th at 830 A M ending Saturday night March 21st If you cannot come send your order by mail IF YOU VALUE MONEY I THEN PREPARE ACCORDINGLY YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS JTHIS SALE We pay cash for- Produce t i a Q pay- cashfor Produce j GLASSCOCK CO GLENDEANE KY One carload of Royal fencing wire just received Get our prices before buying GLASSCOCK CO LENDE NE KY Flour 55c 65c and 70c We it Cabb ge i I 1 1 A2C j Dou dc 4 J GI+ 7 r 0 Q I