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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 4rt S- Yd t I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS1- Y I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 11 1908 8 Pages NO35 PROMPT ACTION IS URGED Breckenridfe Tobacco Growers Discuss the Past and Future in Call Meeting CORPORATION BEING ORGANIZED BtordinsVirg Ky March 9 Special Pursuant to a meeting of several in terested members of the American So ciqty of Equity a call was made for a meeting of all parties who now own Kioled tobacco The o ject of the mret 7gj held Saturday was to hear reports from the officials who have the dh ection of the sale of the tobacco A further and more important object of the meet ing was to bring all factions together and agree on some future plan of action For the purpose of u conference and a general discussion of all matters per taining to the tobacco situation the fol lowing committee was appointed and held a long conference in the County Judges office viz Herbert M Beard John OReilly James W Miller Lon Jarboe Jack Jolly Mike Miller Dr J U Hart Silas Miller W S Dejarnette Tioe Hendricks Nelse Jolly and H DeH Moirman Dr Silas Miller on behalf of the County Committee and John OReilly and Mr Jarboe on behalf of the re handlers reported thepresent conditions with regards to sales All of the 1905 hogsheads is soldcrop except a few The trash of the 1906 is pfaftffcally all sold It is thought that a round price of f9 could be had for the remaining leaf and lugs and the committee frels that it should have f10 and the indica tions point to getting this price Many matters of importance and general in terest were discussed by the Committee b fhe sum and substance of it all was that there must be a Breckenridge Coun ty Organization termed at once Judge Moorman then presented to the Com mittee a draft of Articles of Incorprf ration of the nature he conceived the situation to demand The Committee unanimously adopted the articles and recommend the adoption of this plan to the gro wers A resolution passed by the committee suggested that all past differeuces between the growers were the resuls chiefly of misunderstandings ot the acts and motives of each other and that hencefor h good sense demanded that they all stand as one man and as members if one organization The Com mittee recommended that the acreage be curtailed to 10000 hills to the man The Committee endorsed Messrs Miller OReilly and Jarboe in their ideas as to the sale of the remainder of the 1006 tobacco The Committee made its report to the growers who had assembled- in the court room and the meeting ad ournedA of the proposed cor poration is in brief as follows Natre Breckenridge Tobacco Association Capital stock 5000 divided into I1UOO hares of 5 each The usual officers with a Board of Directors of fifteen mem ers The object To have the satue powers as all the other tobacco anizations to control acreage them o receive handle and sell in what over aufer most advisable the tobacco of he grkver Frank Ruppert at Glen leanejd Herbert M Beard at Hard nsburgtre receiving subscriptions for tock Gnawers are signing practically vitbout exception More about it next veek Consults Physician Mr and Mrs Alex In1 of Tobins port Ind went to Loui ille Saturday rAhl is in declining he lth and went to consult a physician Dr D B Beeler of theBest Pain ss Dental Parlors 307 West Jefferson toot Louisville Ky will be at ephensport Ky March 10 11 12 and to do all kinds of dental work and- o be able to take out teeth by the o of gas Get Baldwin Prizes Miss Julia Lyons of Irvington Misses ay Heyser and Louise Nichols of Icjverport received cash certificates week from Baldwin Co Louis He for correctly solving their rebus Pain can be quickly stopped A 26c ox of Dr Snoops Headache Tablets rill kill any pain everywhere in 20 min MfBetidM they are thoroughly safe iMfntjpirjods with women neuralgia Allnetso U SOUTHERN MAN I WINS MRS LANEAVE Robert McEwen Marries Former Cloverport Woman In Nashville WEDDING A SURPRISE The following clipping from a Nashville newspaper says Mrs Ella Mal LaNeive and Mr Robert McEwen were quietly marrj yesterday at the home of the b ide r J401 South street Rev George C Bachman assistant pastor of the Fir Presbyterian Church performed t ceremony which was witnessed 7 Messrs J Frank Davis of Nashville and J K Hughes of Franklin and which took place at i30 p m The bride who wore a handsome gown of brown silk has recently moved to Nashville from Franklin where she was exceedingly popular Mr McEwSn was connrcted with the Maxwell for a number of years where he made a host of friends He is now manager at Red Boiling Springs Mrs the daughter of Mrs A S English and a sister of Messrs prank and Ed English of this city The wedding came as a surprise to the family although the marriage is the culmination of a long courtship Mrs McEwen is a most attractive woman and has a host of friends in Cloverport Arrive From Michigan Mr and Mrs John Rosecrans arrived in Sample last week from Coldwater Mich to visit her sister Mrs Charlie Springer After they complete their visit they will go to Cabot where Mr Rosecrans has bought a home and fine farm New Library Books In Forty new books have been received by Mr Wick Moorman for the Clover port Circulating Library They are open and ready at Severs Drug Com panys store for the subscribers The collection consists of the latestand best books of the season Business Meeting A business meeting will be held at the Baptist church tonight and the Rev James T Lewis earnestly desires thatall the church members be present Enters Hat Business Miss Evelyn Hicks has been in Louis ville several days buying goods to open millinery parlors in this city at an early date Miss Hicks has attained quite an accomplishment in dress making which she will continue In connection with her new line of business Fire At Fordsville An extensive fire was narrowly avert ed at Fordsville Thursday morning Three buildings were burned causing a loss of 4000 partially insured The buildings of Ed E Roberts D Lan ham and Ed Wallace were destroyed Mr Roberts and Mr Lanham had no insurance on their property Two Series Of Sermons At The Baptist Church Begun Feb 2rd 4th Sunday by the pastor at 11 oclock Subject Holy Spirit Fvening services Subject 1 Sermon on The Mount We hope to continue these two subjects under the guidance of the Spirit The subjects are of vital importance to all We trust that a large proportion of the membership will meet the pastor from time to time in this series All others who desire are welcome and invited J T Lewis Robert Pierce Makes Good Robert Pierce left yesterday for Louisville to accept a position as clerk in the chief engineers office of the Hen derson Route Mr Pierce has made good at every work he has undertaken and he is progressing rapidly in railroad circles for a young man Sells Farm Jonas Lyons has sold his valued farm near Irviqgtoti to Will Simmons It consisted 0 140 acres The considera tionwasi t 4000 i i4M f i5fiiidi I AN EXTRA SESSION This May Be the Outcome of Placng the County Unit Bill on the Shelf THERE IS STRONG TALK OF THIS Frankfort Ky March toAnd now the county bill Is dead unless an extra session Is called to pass It The bill passed the house and would have pass ed the senate had It ever reached a vote but a parliamentary ruse wasIadopted to prevent It ever a vote The few whisky Democrats In the senate hold the balance of power and they were willing to do any thing to anybody or for anybody to defeat the county unit bill The other Democrats were told that If they did not help kill the bill the whisky Dem ocrats would unite with the Republicans and pass the Republican redls trlcting bills the bills to oust all the Democrats from the offices at the pris ons and asylums and the bill author icing grand juries of any county to in vestigate penal offenses In any other county in the state This put the Democrats up against a tough proposition for most of them wanted to vote for the unit bill They had but one alternative however to let the Republicans have all the offices and the next legislature or put the unit bill on the shelf They put the unit bill on the shelf Speaking of the county unit bill there seems to be much apprehension as to the real meaning of the bill The last leglsla tutre passed a county unit bill that applied to every county in the state except those containing cities of the first second third and fourth classes these cities being given the right to vote on the local option question sep arately from the county In which they are situated What is called the coun ty unit bill this session is a bill to ex tend the provisions of the law passed two years ago so that no city shall have the right to vote on the liquor question separately from the county The cities claim that it is unjust to allow a county to vote away a big slice of their income and thereby force them to Increase their taxjaleand that it is taxation without representa tion The county people claim that the saloons in the cities affect the morals of the county and the country people ought to have the right to vote to close up the saloons This is the bone of contention There Is strong talk of an extra session being called by Governor Will son for the purpose of having the county unit bill the redistricting bills and several other bill enacted and some of the governors close friends say he will call It The governor him self remains silent but the frequency with which he has urged the passage of these bills looks very much like he Is in the frame of mind to order the extra session S It was believed that no further schoolbook legislation would be neces sary in Kentucky for many years but the senate has just passed a bill on the subject and the funny part about it Is that no one seems to know just exactly what will be accomplished by it though it is claimed that the only object Is to give cities and towns more latitude than they now have In the adoption of schoolbooks The bill provides that there shall be no maxi mum price fixed for books as under the existing law but that the price charged by the book companies for the books shall be no greater than that charged for books of the same quality sold lnp other states An amendment offered by Senator Newman was adopted providing that no maximum price shall be fixed for any particular book but the prices on a series of books shall not be higher than the fol lowing Spelling books 16 cents readers 190 arithmetics 1 lan guage lessons 40 cents writing books 32 cents composition 60 cents geog raphy 145 physiology 85 cents United States history 120 history of Kentucky 60 cents civil govern ment 40 cents grammars 45 cents It is said here that GInn Co of Chicago are pushing the bill and that the American Book company is fight ing it so the bill must be in the in terest of a book company rather than in the interest of the schools It de veloped in the argument in the senate that someone interested in tho passage of the bill had early In the session forged a letter purporting to be signed by former State Superintendent Fuqua and mailed a copy to every member of the legislature The spurious letter stated that legislation along the lines provided for In the above bill ought to be passed in the interest of better schools Senator Linn read a letter from Prof Fuqua who is now In Tex as saying ho never wrote such a letter and never heard of It and that It was a base forgery Strenuous efforts are being made to push the bill through the house but it will take cliver work tc pass it1 r THE FIRE Seven Years Ao The Heart of Cloverport Was In Ashes CONDUCTOR SMITHS STORY Conductor L H Smith of the Henderson Route came through Clo verport at 330 oclock this morning When the train came within five miles the trainmen saw the heavens lighted as bright as though the sun shone The train was forced to stop threequarters of a mile from the flames as the blaze was nearly hot enough to melt the paint on the cars The trainmen at once attempted to render what aid they could but they too were helpless The wind was blowing a gale and the people were huddled around shivering women and children were crying The scene was one the trainmen will never forgetAbout 5 oclock the Evansville relief train came with a fire engine which was of no avail and in a short while the fire began to die down having con sumed everything in its path The grocery and clothing stores were all destroyed and the people having been forced to flee from the burning buildings have only the clothing they were wearing or had hastily donned There was no place where they could go to except the L H St L railroad depot and thither a great number were taken The agent Mr Hudson wired to Louisville for permission to care for them and a great many women and children spent the night in the box cars on the sidings there A few of the residents saved a portion of their household goods taking them from their residences before the flames reached them These have been liberal ly shared with others who were in wantMr Smith says that the people at Cloverport estimate the loss at 500000 with insurance at about onehalf this amountBreckenridge News March 1901 Entertained informally 7VpIeasaTitevthIng was spent at the home of Mr and Mrs Allen Kingsbury Saturday night by the following Mr and Mrs John Reynolds Mr and Mrs Stith Misses Katie and Margaret Wroe Lucetta Miller Cora McCoy and Ola Fallon Flinch and other games were enjoyed Illness at Victoria Wm McGovern was in town Saturday after being housed in at his home on account of illness He and Mrs McGovern and their five children have had grip Mr McGovern is one of the pioneers of Victoria having lived there all his life Father Niehaus InterestedIn News Jno D Babbage Dear Friend You will Kindly extend my sub cription for another year I owe two years I am still interested in the NewsI am Truly yours Rev Geo Niohaus Route 1 Ekron Ky r JY We pay I cash for- Produce I Flour 55c 65c and 70c L 11 R0141T- Z ROY 1151 1 P Niu U- AKIHG- POWDERI Absolutely Pure The only baking powder made with Royal Grapo Cream of Tartar No Alum No Lime Phosphate Our Colored Subscriber Likes The News Stephensport Kv March 7 1908 Mr John D Babbage Dear SirYou find enclosed 100 for my renewal to the Breckenridge News Id be lost without the News I have taken it so long Thank you for the past favors Yours truly James Miller Large Contract W L Ball Sonsof McQuady have contracted with Moorman Howardof Glendeane for 600 tobacco hogsheads To get well and keep well take Mc Leans Cordial Proved by more than fifty years of use to be the very bes health preserver strength maker and blood purifier 50 cents and f100 per bottle at all dealers I JY r Mr DHuy Entertained DHuy of Evanston Ill was of honor at a Hearts party given Saturday evening by Miss Ruth Haynes Although the affiair was in formal it was most delightful and con genial to the guests During Mr DHuys stay here he has been the guest of his aunt Mrs James Cordrey having come here from New Orleans where he attended the Mardi Gras festivities Tobinsport Girl Gets 9000 Miss Emma Sanders who was thrown from a street car in Kansas City six months ago brought suit against the Street Car Company for injuries receiv ed and got 9000 She is a twin sister of Mr Frank Sanders of Tobinsport and a neice of Mr Robert Polk of this city Miss Sanders is expected home soon for a visit to her relatives here and across the river waw wwrrnv wwwa ++ w IIWatch Fo- rBEARDS IIBigDsx- teHardinsburgKy Opening I I roPJWI4 W 1AW4 Dont fail to attend Glasscock Cos IJoe j Sweeping Dry Goods Groceries Reduction OF ClothingJpayICabbage Hats and every article in our ProduceCabbage There is something doingwith us every day People are finding out every week that our to get bargains They are also finding out highest prices for produce We are the Low GLASSCOCK GLEN fiNE KY I1Z- cPoul d i The Fighting L I Chance Copyright ma bf the Owtk PbUMag Company III Cfepyrlgfat 1988 by Robert W Coambera JII tsyivia tunica to alwara glanced up at him hesitated and began to laugh consciouslyWhat you think of my latest sen- tImental acquisition Hed be nn ornament to a stock farm replied Slward out of humor How brutal you can be she mused smilingNonsense I Hes a plain bounder isnt he I dont knowIs he He struck me a trifle appealingly even pathetically They usually do that sort As though the trouble they took could ever eworth the time they lose She snt smiling maliciously down at the water smoothing out the soaked skirt of her swimming suit and swing- IngI her legs reflectively Are you reconciled she asked presentlyTo To leaving Shotover Today Is our last day you know You may be here again but II shall not bo I If I ever come to Shotover again Her stockinged heels beat the devils tattoo against the marble sides of the pool She reached up above her head drawing down a flowering branch of Japanese orange and caressed her dell cnte nose with the white blossoms dreamily then mischievously Im accustoming myself to this most significant perfume she said looking at him askance And she deliberately hummed the wedding march watching the color rise In his sullen face If you hud the courage of a sparrow youd make life worth something for us both he said She crossed her knees one slender ankle Imprisoned In her hand leaning forward thoughtfully above the water Our last day she mused for we shall never be Just you and I again never again my friend after we leave this rocky coast of Eden I am to hI married a year from Nov IlIe looked up at her In dark surprise for he had heard that their wedding tlato had keen set for the coming winter A years engagement he repeated unconvincedIt wish I think that 1 II sufficient for everybody concerned Then averting her face which had suddenly lout a little of Its color Ad ear Is little enough she said Impa tlontly Iwhat has happened to us requires an Intervala decent Interval for its burial Stephen Slward what do you think of me now I am learning he replied simply What If you please Learning n little about what I nm losingYou mean me Yes She bent forward Impulsively balancing her body on the pools rim with both arms dropping her knee until her ankle swung Interlocked above the water Listen she said In a low distinct voice What you lose Is no other mans gain It I warm and expand In your presence If I say clever things sometimes If I am Intelllgen sympathetic nnd amusing It Is because of you Yoy Inspire It in me Normally I am the sort of girl you first meat tho station I tell you that I dont know myself now that I have not known myself since I know you Qua Hies of understanding ability to ar predate to express myself without employing the commonplaces subtle tlOtII of Intercourse all maybe were latent In inc but sterile until you cam into my life And when you go thou lacking Impulse and Incentive the now facility the now sensitive nlertnosi tile uncotrloos self confidence nil will smolder and die out in me Shun wt take a farewell plunge and dress You know wo say goodby tomorrow Wbere ilo you go from here- To Lonnx The Claymores have aikod us for a week Aftor that hot Springs for another two weeks or so Aftor that to Oyster Bay Mr Quar rler opens ils house on Sedge polo she added demurely but I dont think ho expects to Invite you to The Sedges Flow long do you stay there ask Oil Shvnrd Irritably Until we go to town In December What wll you find to do all that t time In Oyster Bay he asked more IrritablyWhat a oronmturo Question The Cough Caution Never positively never poison yourlunjcj Ifyo eough ven from a simple cold onlyyou should always heal sc tho and ease the irritated bron ehlal tubes Dont blindly suppress it with w stupefying poison Itsstrange howjntnn thing finally come about For twenty fetus Dt Shoo oat constantly warned people not to take cong Mixtures or prescriptions Containing OpIum Chloroform or similar poluns And nowa little fete thoughCongress Put it on the label if poisons are in TOUTsaleugh Mixture Good Veryfood 1 1 Hereafteror thisyeryreasonmothers ad others should Insist on having Dr Bhoopi uzhguruNo potion marks ShooDs belaeDd none to the medicine elsIt must by- w be on the label And WI not only safe but 11 Jknow U be a truly no ssazzkablecoutiged lak1 1o henc1 then tuJarlJ on bating hoops OoogkDscarefully the Shoop kart with others and pot aka eJtItre8oe paton mark tbarel a ahra7 M OR 1M de b7 Dr Shoops Cough CureA- LL DEALERS t ROBERT By W- CHAMBERS I II yacht is there BesMes theres the usual neighborhood hunting with the usual packs and Inevitable set tb usual steeple chasing the usual cr change of social amenities the usuc driving nnd riding the usual my pool friend the usual In All its uncompromising certainty And what are you to do Im going to town And then- I dont know Oh but havent you been asked somewhere You hAve of course Yes and I have declined Matters of business she inferred Too bad Oh no- Then she concluded laughing you dont CAre to tell mo where you aregoingNo said thoughtfully I dont care to tell you She laughed again carelessly and placing one hand on the tiled pavement sprang lightly to her feet A last plunge she Asked AS he rose at her side Yes one last plunge together Deep Are you ready She raised her white arms above her head finger tips joined poised An In stant on the brink swaying forward then at his brief word they flashed downwArd together cutting the crys talline sea water shooting like great fish over the glass tiled bed shoulder to shoulder under the water and open ing their eyes they turned toward one another with a swift outstretch of hands an uncontrollable touch of lips the very shadow of contact then cleaving upward rising to the surface to lie breathlessly floating arms ex tended nnd the sun filtering down through the ground glass roof above We are perfectly crazy she breathed Im quite mad I see that On land Iff bad enough for us to mls- behnye But submarine sentiment Well be growing scales and tails presently Shall we dress Even with a mold and the electric air blast It will take time to dry my hair and dress It When he came out of his dressing room she was apparently still In the hands of the maid so he sauntered through the house as far as the library and drawing a check book frog one pocket fished out a memorandum book from inother and began to cast up totals wlh a view to learning something about the various debts contracted at Shoto er lIe seemed to owe everybody Fortune had sultten him hip and thigh I and a trlflt concerned he began cov Sylvln Land Is Was I wrttlmj at n des k t in the corner crlng a pad with figures until he knew where he stood Then he drew a consider able check to Major Belweth ers order another to Alderdcnc Others followed to other people for various amounts und he was very busily nt work whet aware of auoth er presence senor he turned around in his chair SylI via Ian ls was writing nt n desk i tho cornor and she looked up noddln the little greeting that she always 1re nerved for hm even after five mlnutut separation Im wilting chocks she said II- II suppose youre writing to your moth er Why do you think so he asked curiouslyYou to her every day dont youYes Lie said But how do you IIIIYes looked at him with unblushing dollbenitlor You wrote every day If It was to a woman I wanted to know And I told Grace Ferrall that It worried me And then Grace toll me Is there any other confession ot my own pettiness that I can make to youDid you really care to whom I was writing he asked slowly Care IIt worried me Was It not a pitifully common Impulse Sis ters under our skin you know I and the maid who dresses me She would have snooped I didnt thats tho only generic difference I wanted to know rust thesame But that was before Before what Before I please dont ask me to say It I did once when you asked me I Before you cared for moIs that what you mean Yes You are so cruelly literal when you wish to punish me You are Inter rupting me too I owe that wretched Kemp Ferrall a lot of money and Im trying to find out how much seven and nine are to close accounts with Ma rlon Page Siward turned And continued his writing And when the little sheaf of checks was ready he counted them laid them aside and drawing a fiat packet of fresh bank noteS from bIB portfolio counted out the expectI A at him below stairs There arranit j f Pressing Down Pains ate a sigi If wrisM ttmtk ctm piglet that sktaU kiTt Immediv tteatfci II yoq hello h time yea CM generally treat ytlraclf at keiic wltlwHt the ant el reuniting a phyilcltn lIy the rejular ate ii Ctrdid the wellknown remedy let woBjeat ills- Composed of purely vegetable aid perfectly ktraleis medicinal Ingredients being besides a gene tie atilitoxlcitiif itreaftkca Us teak WINE OF CAROUI WOMANS RELIEF coaflalntoMy A Rodgers of Hampde0 Sidney Vt wu nothing bat a walking skein ton from female trouble She Buffered agonies with bearing down pains backache sad headache Doctors failed to redeye her so she took CarduJ tad Is sew entirely cured At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE Btatlnff age and describing sym toms to Ladies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn E 36 ed for ho straightened up and glanced over his shoulder at Sylvia but she was apparently absorbed In counting something on the ends of her fingers so he turneJ smilingly to his desk and wrote A long letter to his motlIClthe samo tender affectionately boyish letter he had always written her full of confidences full of humor gayly antic- Ipating his own return to her on the heels of the letter In his first letter to her from Shot over he had spoken casually of a Mh LandIs It seemed the name was fn mllar enough to his mother who asl ed about her and he had replied 1In mother letter or two a trifle emphatic In his praise of her because from his mothers letters It was quite evIdent that she knew a good deal concerning the very unconventional affairs of Sylvias family Of his swift and somewhat equlvc cal courtship he had had nothing t- say In his lletters In fact recently he had nothing to say about Sylvia at all reservIng that vital confidence for the clear sympathy and understanding which he looked forward to when he should see her and which through dark days and bitter aftermath through struggle and defeat by Lie master vice had never failed him yet never faltered for an Instant So he brought his letter to a close with a tender and uneasy InquIry concerning her health which she had Intimated was not exactly satisfactory and for that reason she had opened the house In town In order to lJe near Dr Grlsby their family doctor Sealing aud directing the letter he looked up to see Sylvia standing at hIs elbow She dropped a light hand ou his shoulder for A second barely touchIng hlnn fugitive caress delicate as the smile hovering on her lips ns the shy tenderness In her eyes More letters to your sweetheart Fhe asked abandoning her hand to himOne more the last before I see her I wish you ould see her Sylvia I wish PO too she answered simply seating herself on the arm of his chair as though It were a sidesaddle Would she care for me do you think asked the girl In a low voice I think so for your real self I know She could only feel contempt for IHU as I nm She Is oll fashioned he said rev crentlylhat means nil that Is best In a w- omantlw old fashion of truth nUll faith tho old fashion of honor and faith In honor the old old fashion of- lore All that Is best Stephen all that Is worth the love of a man Some day imebody will revive those fashions Will you Dear they would not become me- she said toe tenderness In her eyes deepening a little and she touched hIs- head lightly In humorous caress What shall we do with the waning daylight she asked It Is my last- day with you I told Howard I twas- my last day with you and I did not- care to be disturbed You probably didnt say it that way he commented amused I did How much of that sort of thing Is he prepared to stand 1 asked Rlward curiouslyHow much I dontknow I dont believe he cares It Is my uncle Major Belwethcr who Is making things unpleasant for me I had to tell Howard yqu know What exclaimed Slward Incredu louslyCertaInly Do you think my conduct has passed without protest You told Quarrlerl ho repeated Did you Imagine I could do other- wIse she asked coolly I have that- much decency left Certainly I told- him Do you suppose that After what we did what I admitted to you that I could meet him as usual Do you- think I am afraid of him I thought you were afraid of losing- him muttered Slward 1 was dreadfully And the morning after you and I had been Imprudent enough to sit jip tjptjl near dayjgbt SIL and do what we did t made him taRe a- longwalk with inc and I told bile plain- lyI that Ii cured for yoU that I was too selfish and cowardly to marry you and that Jf tie Cvildnt endure the news 1 he was nt llbery to terminate the engage went without notice What dh he say stammered SiI wardI was Informed that he held me strictly and lprecisely to my promise that he would never release me voliii tartly though I was of course at liberty to do what I chose My pour friend he cares no more for love than do II I happen to be the ono woman In New York whom ho considers abso lutely suitable for himby race by breeding by virtue of appearance and presence eminently fitted to complete the material portion of his fortune and estateHer voice had hardened as she spoke Now It rang a little at the end and she laughed unpleasantly It appears that I was a little truer to myself than you gave me credit for a little truer to you a little less treacherous less shameless than you must have thought me But I have gone to my limit of decency and were X ten times more In love with you than I am I could not put away the position nnd power offered me but I Will not He for It nor betray for It She dropped one arm on the back rf his chair and rested her chin on It staring nt space across his shoulders Thats how It had to be you see when I found that I cared for you There WAS nothing to do but to tel him He trusts mo enough to marry me lIe will be safe enough as fur HI my personal conduct Is concerned she added naively It seems that I am capable of love but I nm Incapable of- Its degradation Slward leaning heavily forward over hIs desk rer ed his head In both hands and she stooped from her perch on the arm of the chair pressing her hot cheeks against his handsa moment only then slipping to her feet she curled up In a great armchair by the- tire head tipped back blue gaze con centrated on him The thing for you to do she said Is to ambush me somo night nm throw me Into a hansom and drive UP both to the parsons Id hate you fo Itt as much as Id love you but Id make you an interesting wife I may do that yet he said lifting his head from his hands Youve a year to do It In she ob served By the way youre to take me- In to thinner as you did the first night Do you remember I asked Grace For roll then I asked her again today lIelgho It was years arto wasnt It that I drove up to the station and saw a very attractive and perplexed young man looking anxiously about for soar body to take him to Shotover Ahem The notorkus Mr Slward Dear I didnt mean to hurt you You know It silly Maynt I have my little Joke about your badnessyour redoubtable badness of reputation There You had Just better smile How dnro you frighten me by making me think I had hurt you Besides you are probably unrepentant She watt ed him closely for a moment or two then Are you unrepentant About what About your general wickedness nboutBhe hesitated about that glr- Cor example What girl he asked coldly That reminds me that you have told me absolutely nothing about her Lord Alderdcnc There Is nothing to tell he saId In a tone sc utterly new to her In Its finality that she sat up as though his tenlng to an unknown voice Tone and words so completely excluded her from the now Intimacy Into which she had Imperceptibly drifted that both suddenly developed a significance from sheer contrast Who was the girl then of whom he hat absolutely nothing to say What was she to him What could she be to him an actress a woman of com mon antecedents She felt a little Irri tated a little humiliated a little hurt and took refuge In a silence that he did not offer to break Early twilight had fallen In the room Tho firelight grew redder Sylvia ho said abruptly reverting to the old light tone hinting of the laughter in his eyes which she could SUgIgested I did ambush yousay after the opera seize you under the very noe of your escort and make madly for a hansom I know of no other way r vj said demurelyWould you resist physically Tee I would If i were going to surrender at once I might as well go oft to church with you now Wtnlsto church I besaid prompt 4 ly Ill order the motor I She iilaugljed llazily settling herself more snugly byibe fire Suppose tIt were our flce8he smiled There would bo a dog lying across that rug and a comfortable Angora tabby doz ing by the fender nnd you cross legged at my feet with that fascinat ing head of yours tipped back against my knees The laughter In her voice died uut and he had risen saying unsteadily IIDonU II cant stand that sort or thing you know She had made u mistake too Sbr Continued Next Week KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew DiscoveryII II AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOE OR MONEY REFUNDED Milleri Brick Tile Co1 Incorporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day r Main Office Rooms 8 and 10 1 00 F Building Owensboro Kentucky Land For Sale By Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky Town Property AvenuoWelllocatea 1 750 155 acres on Hardlnsburg ands Halls of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwelling and a Rood big barn So acres in oak and beech tImber The oak timber is good tIe timber Beech never been worked Timber can bo LImestonelandtobacco and fruit Plenty good water your round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments 950 352 Bares on Hnrdlnsburg andpo Hulls of Pinking road 2 miles onestorydwellingsblacks wIth shop all necessary outhouseJ30 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 750 PAlm FOR SALE between mile Oloverport off of and HardlnsbnrK 7 miles from Cloverporl a miles from lIardlnsburg 137 acres of land two story bjlldlng 7 rooms well at house two springs on farm never known to godry a good orchard For pertlculars ask Jno n8ahllepaymeotsLAND FOR SALE neaSinkingGarfield Ivy Kino tobacco land Improve threeroomsbgood soldFinoDIlabl8QO800 16 acres 0 mica from Cloverpor onlJoverportandother toutbuildingsi12 acres barn In orchard 500 bearing trees and 150 young trees 4u acres grassbalanceOoodlimestonewheat Well located for market One third cash balance on easy terms 850 73 acre farm 4t4 miles from Clo Bowlingsmalldwelllngshouse and corn crib One good cistern used 6 fresh water s rings 1 tar and sUlphur sprIng 33 acres cleared land balance In woods 7 acres In orchard Raised 20000 pounds of tobacco In 1000 sold It at 58 S8 and t= of tho wood land there are 315 merchantable trees It Is a splendid farrfor tobacco corn and wheat The uncut timber valued at S350 JO acres In wheat This Is Ii good bargain for somo man who wants B- smull farm Fan SALE A splendid stand for a druggist good town surrounded by goodprosperous farmers This Is lust- the place tor souio young physician to step Into a good practice and IL good drug business An old wants to retire Is the reason for selling For further partic ulars address JNO L BADDAGE lover port Iy from6Q0In good shape good feuclug one gOOd dwol- lIult house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn3- Ox46 feet l neverfalling sprlug two ponds This is good tobacco wheat and corn land 20 acres in timber white oak sugar tree and beech balance cleared Plenty ot good fruit Good road to Stephensport2K miles and good- road to Holt IK miles This farm Is not worn- out It is good land and In good fix Just the- farm for a man with a small family This is what Hon Jake Moore State Warden of Georgia says of Kodol for Dyspepsia E C DeWitt Co Chicago IllDear SirsI have suffer ed more than twenty years from indigos tion About eighteen months ago I had- grown so much worse that I could not- diRest n crust of corn bread and could- not retain anything on my stomach I- lost 25 Jbs in fact I made up my mind- that I could not live but a short time- when a friend of mine recommended Kodol I consented to try it to please him and I was better in one day I now- weigh more than 1 ever did in my life- and am in better health than for many years Kodol did it I keep a bottle constantly and write this hoping that- humanitywill be begit ed Yours very- truly Jake C Moors Atlanta Aug 10 1904 Sold by allarofffirti l i e Meal and Feed at Morton Mill We have just put in late improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner LV 4P tFOR ALL KINDS OF Foundry Machine Boiler Electrical Gasoline Boat Tin and Galva nized Work Plumbers Mill Boat and Tin ners Supplies Come To Th- eCloverportFoundry Machine Co Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Correspondenec Solicited rl Aa 1r If Styli h- Ccmlable Titer made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes Wade by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed j H HUNSCHE Casper May 4 Co Cannelton Ind MEN AND LADIES OF IIYOUNU LEARN WANTED TO TELEGRAPHYand fore has there neon such a crying domund for Telegraph Operators Over 151000 now Positions aro created on tho olJhthourgoing Into effect next March We Absolutely Guarantee Positions Un der a S 1 50 Guaranty Bond Salaries range from5S 10100 per month for beginners Wo have standing con tracts to place all our graduates Un der supervision of Railway Officials Main Line Wire 250 miles In length In our schoal rooms Established 20 years You can work for Catalog free- NATIONAL CINCINNATI TELEGRAPH 0 overII Y6fi fi 8e I JEWELRY- The finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks ClocksSilverware HolI ware i Flatware Musical instruments and findings T Ci Lewis Son Hardinsburg Ky H DeHMOO MAN Attorney at Law- IIARDINSBURO KY Will practice hIs profealon In all of the CourtS of Breckenrldgo and adjoining cotta ter Specialatteetloa nlvento eohee4t road CUM and crlmlna practice iee to practice in United Btatea Dilute CouN cGLeeover sank ot Hardlnabargi II iC F Ti I ipj Advertising Cards Bank Supples Bill Heads Blank Forms BlottersBooklets Briefs Business Cards- Calendars Calling Cards- Catalogues Checks CircularsCollection EnvelopesI Consecutive Numbering Copper Plate Engraving Dance Orders Deposit Slips Drug Envelopes EnvelopesFactory I FansGrocers Slips Hotel Stationery Hand Bills A Wrong Diagnosis The small boy with the big bundle of papers was observed to be moisten lag some of his stock In the street fountainAh lad eald a benevolent old I gentleman It does me good to see such an Illustration of cleanliness What do yer mean boss asked the boy as he stared up In wonder Why arent you trying to wash the mud spots off the edge of your papersNo boss you are way oil You J see some of dese papers Is two weeks old an If I dampen em up a bit people will think they are just from depress an never think of lookln at dt date Good graft old sport Say some day when I am a captain of In dustry Ill give you a Job But the benevolent old gentleman had fled Boston Post Generally debiliated for years Had sick headaches lacked ambition was wornout and all rundown Burdocks Blood Bitters made me a well woman Mrs Chas Freitoy Moosup Conn Not a Matter of Choice Columbia AlumnusThat woman on the debate team Is Intolerable You wouldnt like to debate with n woman would you Cornell AlumnusGot so I dont mind It now Been married five years New York Tribune DeWitts Little Early Risers small safe sure little liver pills Sol by all druggists 7Put Your Money where It will grow under your own control and grow taster titan In any other sat way Write for our tree booklet N which tells nil about bow to Hunk by Mull safely and conveniently from any part of the State We pay a percent Interest annunlly Our upltal se curlS you FORJ- NEURALGIA r SCIATICARHEUMATisM BACKACHE j PAIN IN CHEST- DISTRESS IN STOMAC- HSLEePussNESS JJlJ I H J r I What Do You ami 5 rt t Order DO U T6AYi Good Stationery Veil Printed PaysdJ I- e I l5he Breckenridge NewsJNO D BABBAQE Editor and Publisher Printer Stationer Newsdealer Our MottoPrinting That Pleases a er ent is to the we he 1st the er A HeadacheWhat a I Was Trying to Accomplish morning at the breakfast year old Jeannette was pok with her knife at a his are you trying to do Jean demanded mother Be careful cut your hand Jeannette Im trying to un biscuit its so tlghtNew Rifles and Pistols make of in all calibers 22 to 50 are accu sure fire and relia In forty years of gun we have learned i things about am that no one learn in anyother When you buy make of you get the ofthis experience REPEATING ARMS 00 NEW HAVEN OONN I DRMI PILLS r I CUT RATE DRUG STORE and CUT are the that draw people to our store in this week and get with every 50c bottle rf Bells Pine Tar and toney a SJ5c bottle FREE or with every 50c bottle of Bells Chill Tonic a 2fc bottle of Pine Tar Htuey FRhE or with lul bottle of SutherlatdI Bood Purifier a 50c bottle or Bells Pine Tar Honey FREEI I Foley Honey and Tar bottle 18c and 45c large size 42e Peruna 83c Florida Oranges doz 20c Household Ammonia pint 5c Nervura Dr Greenes 85c Rexall MucuTone 89c Box good writing paper 5c and lOc FOR ALL THE PEOPLE ALL THE TIME II CUT RATE DRUG STORE L B Man Mall Orders Solicited till aUn Be caeful about that litte irong Get something right aw yj s awe good tenable rante ythat will m vt the bowels K nl edys In ate Cough Syrup ac s gently yH p rimpMv o the bowels and allays i flamMton Ht h same time It is jleas iit t tk mid ejsprially recommen ed for I h Idtep H it tastes ninny ar rood HS maple sugar Suit bv all druggi t- Precious Models Just think somebody broke Into my studio last night Unfortunately I hall just begun n study In still life Was It stolen No but the models werea hum and some sausages London TitBits = 1 V ONE of the Little Tablets AND THE is GONE I I InvoicesLabels LabelsLeases Letterheads Mail Cards- Merchandise Envelopes MenusNotes NoticesOffice Order Blanks Order Books PamphletsPay PostersPrice ProgrammesReceipts Round Cornering Shipping Tags Society Emblems TicketsTypewriter Letters VochersWedding Stationery Irvington Pharmacy Prompt attention courteous treatment PRICES magnets FREECo- me Veterinary Paracnnipli Irvington Pharmacy Moreman TAKE PAIN Victims of Heredity It has lIltcu short a that criminal tendencies depend mi Ucridlty and so clal und plivslolojritHl circumstances The must Important of those Is bored Ity Just as no amount of ambition will enable n mUll to write a ShaUe speaiviin drama If he have not the talent so It Is preposterous to expect in a child of vicious parents brought up among vicious surroundings that moral tone which would characterize the finest type or humankind Strand Mapixluo FirmeF mechanics tailrnaders lab I OilIhn isei i tonce Pain c nnotstay where II n t If you have HeadacheTry They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no Ito bad Aftereffects 25 DosesI25 Cents Nev Sold in Bulk The LouisvilleTimes is the livest afternoon paper published anywhere It prints the news right up to the min ute Four or more editions every day The regular price of The Times is Si a year but you can get th- eBreckenridge News AND THE- Louisville Times Both One Year For A 500 If you will send your order to this paper NOT to The Times Louisville Evansville Packet Co UNCORPORA TED Fast Passenger and Freight Line between Louisville and Evansville Steamers Tell City- Tarascon Leave Louisville Monday Wednes mLeavem Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at 6 pm passengelticketsments delivered quicker than bj rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 200 Cloverport to Evansville 200 Cloverport to Owensboro 100 Splendid accommodations for stock GeneraiOffice 154 15C i58 4th it KyjCMrtPAd Chas F Taylor Receiver y t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO I D DAB AGE SONS iPt15LISI1ING CO Issued Every Wednesday =tabsoription Pnce 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money IQ advancosExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us When ivo gtheir= EIGHT PAGES TWEDNESDAY MARCH 11 1908 INDUSTRIAL BOSSES Tho farmers of this county arc getting down to business Tl are adopting modern business methods and going for results in the right way All getting their heads hearts and hands together under one great head Nobody can object to this but everybody will applaud it This way worked successfully last year when a fewII levelheaded business men and farmers cooperated pooled theirII issues and holdings and went to the buyers in a solid body Th J asked their price got itdolivered their goods getting their money and allwere satisfied The same results will be obtained this year if t l same methods are carried out It is not a matter of how much toh co we have in Breckenridge county as it is the quality condition and handling Wo believe a crop of 10000 acres of good tobacco of the grades of 1907 crop could be sold just as readily and for as goodC glpricesThe country is increasing in population every year and the con sumption of tobacco is doing the same and will continue to increase long as the population does What we want to do is to make ou product so good that the trust the independent buyer or any man who wants it and has thn money to pay has to have it This is thon way trusts have succeeded They make their goods so good that whenj a man once uses a piece of tobacco or smokes a cigar made by th trusts he wants them again The trusts are constantly working for trade going into the byways and hedges wherever man is to sell bit iiYoua piece of the prepared weedtiLet every farmer take stock in the corporation being organized iin Breckenridge if it is only ore share This is the best move the mos practical of any movement yet to settle our tobacco troubles May forhisgoo I will and money bfOORPORiJTIONSWID have heard many warnings that because of the great corporation his we have been robbing the oncoming generation of its op corporationthe the cla if he is made of the right stuff if he keeps everlastingly at it and i efc InthedacompetentI j t tion cannot act in this way Its management must have efficiency above and beyond all else it must have the highest order of ability whandcorporations some an i ment in selecting men for at J responsible posts has been rapidly on the wane Everything is giving way and must give way to the one supreme test of fitness A position carrying a salary so large as toat represent the interest on a handsome fortune can be permanently filled her occupyinOsuch 3rdman same order while the fortune might bo and most likely would bo their passed on regardless of the heirs ability Therefore the more posi came salariestheand con sists Mrs ofthewho Our cash system is working splendidly We raiser ourlistPeople the Ilanexpiresthey have never ordered The cash system is the modern business j bacco method and the only wav to run u country newspaper I HARDINSBURG Miss MiHred Moorman of Glendeane is visiting Mrs D R Murray Mrs Lee Bishop is In Louisville SundayinLouisvilleThe Realty Company composed of T R Blythe Louis H Jolly IrvingtonhasMarriage licenses the last week were issued to D T Penick and Lina K Stith Wm W Morrison and Annie M Hatfield W L Speaks and Mary L McClellan Johnnie Skillman arrived Saturday from The State College of Lexington for a ten day stay at home before the opening of the Spring term Liberal subscriptions are being made for a Catholic church at McQuady which will In all probability be built this summer Mrs Mollie Dejarnett and daughter Miss Lucy of McQuady were guests of r Mrs John Squires and daughter last weekGus l Shellman is spending most of the week in Frankfort Gus Brown went to Louisville Mon dayHon II Green W Beard remains the biggest tax payer in the county His takes this year will be paid an 41213 Marvin Beard and Mr Evans are in the city this week making spring pur chases of goods They will likely visit St Louis for the cream of that market Mr and Mrs Warren Macy of Oklahoma City are the guests of Mr and Mrs Paul Compton Mrs Paul Compton attended the burial of Guy Brown at Garfield Satur dayMorrison Calhoon dentists once downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Oweneboro Ky 1 qualify confined Mays ground quietly sufferer Kasey Peyton farmers liens Kip Brogans guaranteed turn water Regular 240 i Mens boots regular 400 500 and to 290 and Ladies Shoes that sell at 175 300 and cutto 150 195 and 300 Childrens shoes accordingly Hats and 190 hat 145 200 hat for 100 125 Caps to Regular 75c eusslL V A THE SPECTRE OF REVOLUTION M AMERICA IF YOU stop the ravings of the demagogues if you servo vig serous notices on the men who are defaming our businessmen andI i discrediting Qii tradobytreprosonting our prQJlucts as sum of al II villainy in fraud and adulteration if you will call to account the mo n t who are depreciating our bonds and stocks in foreign markets b comparing our great centre of brokerage and exchange with a den pInyinj fabulously developing country if tho whole people will rise ofP suspicion distrust and ignorance concerning economic conditions andI insisti that no man shall have their votes or their following defames his country sixty days will put an end to those hard times an I they will not return while we maintain our selfrespect and insist the rich and the poor shall live and work together in harmony undo- thtt guiding providence of God who made them all But if you acquiesce and by silence to tho infamous work of the scandal mongers and permit the widening of the between our thrifty l indifferentlylookanarchist to sharpen his dagger and that appeals to tho poor toi take the prodarty of the with violence because it has been stolen rofrom them if you admit the justice and righteousness of these assaults upon the mighty forms of our finance manufacture and trade and the estates of successful in development of our industries 1 prophesy as I panic more than a year ago from same causes that before another half decade blood will How in our streets I and the night riders torch will light the heavens with its appalling- en I glare Chancellor Day of Syracuse University in Leslies Weekly countyCaccount of illness Richardson has notfulty recovered but being anxious to be back at his post ho ventured out His son Tobe accompanied him to the Capital City Mr Richardsons friends will bead j to know that ho is convalescent 1Young Men and Ladies ambitione n 8hour law which goes into effect next March over 18 000 additional tel railroadry s from 60 to 580 per month to beginners can in three or four months For full details write to the National Telegraph Institute Cincin- t nati Ohio CU STER John Miller of High Plains who has to his bed for a long time with cancer of the lip quietly breathed last on Saturday and was buried at Grove Sunday by the Masons Mrs Jabez C Carter was buried at Good Hope burying Mon anfd sons grown Mrs Ella Kasey Trent widow of the Daniel Trent fell asleep on i at 10 AM Tuesday of consumption of which disease she has been a for a long time Mrs Trent o since the death of her husband two years ago has made her home her old home place near Big Spring- at which place she died aiftl was buried the old burying ground beside mother and father DEzrafor Kansas where they will make future home Their son on a visit to his mother and father persuaded them to make the change They were accompanied by Bashams sister Miss Ida Marr = will remain there permanently Alaska Butler is the boss tobacco among the in this section of the county On four acres of with himself and two sons Boyd Oscar he raised 6852 pounds of to I which realized him 166785INews has come to Custer from Cali to price 275 cut to lace price 600 cut I 385 435 I 225 350 235 Cap- s350hatfor248hat for 250 for for 125 150 hat hat for 80 for 15 50 price 25c to s r 1L1 the out who that that consent chasm the rich the the did the the Mr fornia that Evan Shumate son of Peyton Shumate formerly a resident of Rosetta neighborhood was dead The young man has been in bad health for a long time We hear he died suddenly being found dead firs H B Head of Rosetta is still on the sick list The Womans F M Smet with Mrs Mollie Alexander Monday afternoon Owing to the dreadful muddy roads there was only a small Her cent of membership present Rev McConnell was here on Saturday and Sunday to fill his regular ap pointment but on Sunday there was no service No wood and no congrega tion the caus- eBLACKJACK NOTES Margieipseing health again Miss Myrtle Prather spent several days last week with relatives and friends of this community Misses Lula Sipse and Dona Miller went to Flaherty shopping Thursday Misses Lena Dowell Eula and Tula Prather Fanny DowellLillie and Dona Miller were invited to a quilting given Miss Inez Dowell at Mrs W A Stiths last Wednesday They spent a most delightful day W B Dowell received news Thursday morning of the death of his brothers wife Mrs Dan Dowell who resided at QOE TAIN- SEHI ED fs Mothers endorse It Clothing S GOO suits for 290 suits 415 800 suits for 475 900 suits for 500 1000 suits for 550 1250 suits for 600 1500 suits 710 1800 suits 1 800 GOO overcoats 315 750 overcoats for 375 1000 overcoats for 460 1500 overcoats 500 355m H 450 raincoats MJj 290 Pants 90c 100 f150 200 225 and 250 Fincks Overall at 180 JOLLY PERUNA EDITORIAL Jte Hartman has claimed for msusJyean tht t Peru i auJ5X1 tiootorn+ Since the ingredients of Peruna are no longer a secret what do the nedi fcal eclTakeOR remedythatchronic rhinitis nasal catarrh atonic dyspepsia catarrh of the stomach chronic intestinal catarrh catarrhal jaundice catarrh of the liver and in diseased mucous membranes of the pelvic organs It is also recommended for dthe treatment of various forms of diseases peculiar to women theuCEDRON SEEDS is another ingredient of Peruna an excellent drug that has been very largely overlooked by the medical profession for tho past fifty years THE SEEDS ARE TO BE FOUND IN VERY FEW DRUG STORES The United States Dispensatory says of tho action of cedron that it is used as- a bitter tonic and in the treatment of dysentery and in intermittent diseases- as a SUBSTITUTE FOR QUININE UnitedStatesand intestinal tract It nets as a stimulant on the Ilenitourinarv membranes Our Peruna Tablet Is Peruna With Fluid entery diarrhea chronic diseases are writers on ScudderOF SAYS it is applicable to stomatitis catarrh of mucous surfaces of mouth catarrh classeshydrastisgastriocatarrhgall duct thebladderH organsBARTHOLOW ohronhecatarrhtubes BARTHOLOW STATES THAT CUBEB an ingredient of Peruna motes appetite digestion increases circulation of blood Useful pharynxincreasing relievesin of colon rectum catarrh of bladder prostatorrhe bronchial affections authoritativeworksuponCOLLINSONIApneumogastrio motor nerves It secretions of mucous membranes in Carolliiacollinsoniaincludingheadaohe ithighlyasthmaThese is a catarrh Surely such herbal that togetherinefficacyThisamplequotationsrVine Grove BrandenburgThursday SundayMissesDowns and Hardest Bill Bickett is very ill of pneumonia at her home near I failed to mention last week that there was a couple married at St Martin recently girl being 14 arid the 17 the youngest marriage lto be ever in Meade county con tiJ E4ONEY AXATIYEI Children like It and all this hardware at great reduction A good line of iron beds and mattresees springs chairs tables cots Wood bedsteads at great reduction Bright calicqes New 8ic to lOc Percals 8o to Useful in chronic cystitis chronic dys and and some of the liver and kidneys These opinions as to the ingredient of Peruna by all the subject including Bartholow and BARTHOLOW the the follicular pharyngitis the pro the and the the in chronic catarrh the and the and chronic vaso increases the the any runa remedy remedies command the Ora Mrs here The boy said The 7e trading parties were Mr Ray and RedmanMr Mrs Lesley Robertson of Rineyville were guests of Eugene Medley and family Sunday and Monday Irrs Laura Clary of Garett spent llast Friday with her mother Mrs Rosa Shacklett Get DeWits Carbolizel Witch Hazel Salveit is healing soot ing anIl c X011 lug It i i good for piles Sold by all druggists AN- DOUCH Tastes so SynupTAR E C DeWITT ti ce CHICAcnIMIlIIfRetufeare Lulare Couch Syrup more the bowls contains no OpUtM For Sal hv11 flrnddafa i LOWEST PRICES ON EVERYTHING WE HAVE Highest Prices paid for Produce Our reducedI prices will be a relief to you Shoes 300 will 750 for for for for 650IraincoatsG 125 R M N02 Removed Hardware- A complete line a Furniture a Dry Goods now Ginghams lOc Irvington Kentucky held Miss Groceries 20 lbs standard granulated sugar to each family for 1003 largo cans tomatoes 20 1 can red salmon Y1 8 Ibs No1 coffee 100 4 5 lbs KaraVan coffee 4001 cttn sweet potatoes 7 09 4 1 can 1lye hominy j1 box oat meal to 09jj 22 Ibs white beansJ 100 11bbesttea 50 1 bushel potatoes 95 7 bars soap 25 20 lbs red kidney beans 100 lib California peaches 14i 2 lbs Soda 04E 1 can Oysters 09 Best Lard 11 Fresh side meat 11 Fresh shoulder meat i 08 Cured meat 09 N 0 Molasses 47 Vinegar country 27 oil 123 TL U ti FACT OUT THE BLUES What li kBewn u the BlMM eldOM occasioned by actual exist rag external conditions but Iin the great majority of caseS by a disorder f d UVER THIS IS A FACT which may be demonstra ted by trying a course of Tutts PillsTh- eycontrol and regulate the LIVER They bring hope and bouyancy to the mind They bring health and elastic ity to the body TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE 15he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAR 11 1908 PERSONALAND LOCAL April Delineators at the News office Mrs Truman Adams has gone to LouisvilleNew Post Cards at the News office e Arthur Beard of Hardinsburg was are Monday f Miss Lottie Mattheney has been visit lug in Lewisport Miss Mamie DeHaven visited in Har dinsburg last weekIMiss Marion Bowmer has returned home from Louisville Mr and Mrs Clinton Reid have re turned from Owensboro Mr and Mrs D H Severs spent Wednesday in Louisville Mrs Mary OConnell who has been seriously ill is improving Geo Windelkin was the guest of Miss Eva Payne at Irvington Sunday Good service guaranteed to goodpay ers for the Times at the News office Rufus McCoy of Union Star has been the guest of his sister Miss Cora McCoy Mr and Mrs Millard Brown a and children are visiting relatives in Steph ensportThomas Wroe was able to be out in town Friday for the first time since November Mrs Wickliffe DeHaven has returned home from Florida where she spent the winter months The Louisville Times the best eve- n1 ng paper in the state lOc per week at toe News office Mrs Frank Payne was called to Har dinsburg last week on account of the Illness of her sister Mrs M Burdette has come in from the country to be with Mrs Collins who has pneumonia Marion Dunn while helping to raise a house at Hardins place near town fell and broke his arm one day last week Gus Mattingly of Kirk and Chas Mattingly of Henderson were guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas LewisMrs Dick Shellman Misses Payne and Hawkins of Stephensport were the guests of Rev and Mrs James Lewis SundayMr Fraize has returned home from Louisville after a visit ot a few days to Mr Frank Warfield and Miss Jennie Warfield Mrs R L Newsom has been the guest of Mrs J D Brashear in Louisville and Miss Lelia Henley at the Con federate Home Capt Ryan stopped his large towboat of the Barret line here last Thursday and got off for a visit of a few minutes to his mother Mrs Ryan Mrs Abe Skillman who has been at StJt osePhS Infirmary was able to re ttrn home Saturday She was accom pani d by her daughter Miss Elizabeth Skill an N G Barbed was in Owetiaboro last weekJohn Miller went to Owensboro yes terdayHI GeoL Polk Tobinsport was here SaturdayMiss Berry has been visiting in EvansvilleMrs Rowland will go to Louis ville thiweek Mrs Chas Lightfoot has returned home from Sorgho Mrs Robert Polk is in Louisville this week onbusiness Chas Newton of Skillman was the guest of C Bowlds Sunday Mr and Mrs Tillman Pauley have I IndIvisited in Evansville Saturday and Sunday Father Brey left Sunday evening for Montgomery Ala for a short visit lFor Sole1600 worth of stock in the Bank of CloverportV G Babbage Mrs Herbert Beard of flardinsburg isithe guest of Mrs Forrest Lightfoot Mrs Sherman Hook and childrtn of Evansville ate the guests of relatives Mike Turney and E F Gabbert thrifty merchants of Patesville was in town Mondav If you want to borrow a little money buy rent or sell property call on me V G Babbage Joe DHuy arrived Friday from Evanston 111 to visit Mr and Mrs James Cordrey Mrs Batt has returned to New Al bany after a visit to her daughter Mrs Harry Morrison John Black who has been in Cuba and the south three years is the guest of Miss Josie Berry I P Herman of Tell City and R J Haynes of Union Star have been vis + ting Mr and Mrs Chas Hook Smoked Pork Sausage Boiled Ham Sliced Ham Lettuce Kale Carrots and all kinds of fruits at T F Sawyers Buy a pair of HelmersBettman Eclipse shoes the best shoes on the market sold by Conrad Sippel the Shoe ManMr and Mrs Owen Brashear of Bristol Tenn and MissMattie Millner of Union Star are the guests of r- hnd Mrs James Younger You can always get satisfaction by wearing pair of HelmersBettmau Eclipse shoes sold by Conrad Sippel the Shoe Man Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer and daughter Mrs John Burks and her lit tle daughter Eleanor arrived here from Louisville Saturday morning Miss Margaret Moorman has left the St Josephs Infirmary and she and her mother are visiting at the home of rand Mrs Jeff Hambleton in Louisville Armours Narrow Banquet Breakfast Bacon 14c lb Star Hams 14c lb Blue Ribbon Flour 63c White Ribbon hoc Four 3lb can lye hominy 25c 2 lb can red beans Sc 2lbs good prunes 15c T F Sawyer Huge Lemon Mr Owen Seaton was in town Saturday with as fine a lemon as was ever grown in the Southern tropics which he plucked from a tree that he has had four years The lemon weighed 15 ounces und is large enough to make lemon filling for twelve pies t New Officers At the March meeting of the Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church the officers elected for the ensuing year are as follows Mrs Shelby Conrad president Mrs Tony Nichols vice president Mrs Hovious Behen secre tcry and Mrs Geo Crist treasurer Chosen Delegate The Rev L E Rogers was chosen Delegate to the Southern Baptist Con vention that convenes at Hot Springs Ark in May Rev James Lewis was chosen alternate one of the two ministers will attend the convention uu V Most people know that if they have been sick they need Scott f JErntt Jbftvjto bring back health andstrength But the strongest point about Scott Jf Emtiljrion is that you dont have to be sick to get results from it It keeps up the athletes strength puts fat on thin people makes a fretful baby happy brings color to a pale girls cheeks and pre vents coughs colds a consumption Food in concentrated form for sick dwell young and old rich and poor And it contains no drugs and no alcohol ALL DRUGGISTS BOc AND 100 Henderson Route Notes Special Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 115 and 118 and all traina Sundays Round ttlp UcJcetaJwiJUbe6old 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 I L H 6 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 17 Just a little Cascasweet is all that is necessary to give your baby when iti Is cross and peevish Cascasweet contains no opiates nor harmful drugs and is highly recommended by mothers every where Conforms to the National Pure Food andDrugs Law Sold by all drug g sty 4423833 Taxable Wealth of our County for 1908 Compiled by Joel II Pile Last year it was 4244423 Figures and statistics of items follow Bonds 129530 Notes secured by Mortgage 79295 Other notes 183792 Accounts 5342 Cash onhand 49622 Cash in banks 220477 Cash deposited with corpora 4028Cashuals 955 All other money at interest 9074 Stock in foreign corporations- not exempt by law 3900 Acres of land 3 M63 Value of land and improve ments 2281139 Number of Town Lots 1303 Value of lots and improve ments 01258 Thoroughbred Saddle and 11ValueThoroughbred Saddle and Standard Geldings 1 Value of same 125 Thoroughbred Saddle or Stan dard mares and colts 9 Value of same 87n 94ValueofNumber horses common stock t 5587 Value of same 826517 Number of Mules all sizes 2636 Value of same 18Ur H3 Number of Jacks 22 Value of Jacks 3467 Number of Jennets Is Value of Jennets 515 Registered Bulls 8 Value of same 305 Registered cows and calves 32 Value of same 803 Head of common cattle 8119 137199Head957Value20517ValueofValue of Agricultural Implements 10708 Oldcrop on lands ff7G1 Value of Vehicles 63J04 Value of Slaughtered Animals 177 Value of Safes I V 8591 Household and Kitchen Fur niture 212407 Manufacturing implements Machinery of all kinds 20065 Value of Musical Implements 29300 Raw materials for Manufac turing 4I61 Manufactured Articles175Va- lueof Paintings 110 Number of Libraries 52 Value of Libraries 1Otl9 Number of Diamonds 23 Value of Diamonds 1691 Value of Watches and Clocks 97 2 Value of Jewelry 455 Gold Silver and platedware 1037 Engines and Boilers 15751 23Value11i7Bricking Material 4018I Value of Wines Whiskies etc not in Bonded Ware house 151 14Value Property held for others for 238SAll3 Property exempt from tax ation 692786 Number of males over 2117os u38Pounds256Tons5136oi798 6g Bushels of Corn Bushels of Wheat 84801iI 2577BushelsI 9354Number7 945AcresofAcres of Tobacco 5063 Dogs over 4 months old 190 FOR TAXATION BY DISTRICTS Hardinsburg 1165392 Cloverport 97923Q I Union Star 5643 1 Bewleyville 717 33 Hudson 407496 McDaniels 590039 Bewleyville and McDaniels fell behind last years list ing The others ran ahead There are 22 more voters than the last book had Last years book had 2238 dogs By acres the Districts stand Hardinsburg v 59097 Cloverport 457131 Union Star 46276 Bewleyville 62242 Hudson 56609 McDaniels 60520I Bewleyville has 3300 in bonds Union Star has 4000 in bonds McDaniels has 19000 bonds Hardinsburg has 3243- in bonds Cloverport has 60800 Hud sonville has no bonds Cloverpurt reports fewer children be tween 6 and 20 than it has voters A man in the Cloverport District list ed 1 quart of bottled in bond whiske at 100 kP- N J r WalitSr WANTED Every farmer in Breckenrldgp to buy fruit trees from W S A8HB Y SON Cloverport Ky Send today for price list FOR SALEIO tons baled hay 5 tons extra and 5 tons mixed timothy J W STONE near O It Unrdlns Clovernort Ky FOUSALE2 spans of mules 4 and 0 years HAL WEATHEUHOLT Tob Insport Ind FOR BAJjK PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE 516 3rd Street Louisville Kv WHEAT BINDER FOR SALEU- sed slightly W B OELZE Cloverport Ky ra 4 YOU SHOULD USE AS MUCH CARE INJ SELECTING A DRUGGIST TO FILL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS AS YOU DO A DOCTOR TO WRITE THEM WE FILL THE BILL Severs Drug Co I For Sale 3yearold filly five 2 yearold mules over 15 hands high One 9year old mule all first class will sell them right Oscar W McGavock 3 Miles West of Clomport K- rAUCTION I SALE I i I Saturday March 14 AT Shapinsky Brostt CJ6Verport Kytt J E J Powers and Johnnie M Johnson of Dukes were here Saturday Only a Cold 1Only a cold is a common expres 7Sion And so the victim lets it go on day after day red eyes swollen fen tures lassitude sleeplessness loss of appetite the irritating cough In itself a cold may be simply uncom fortable In its results it is often fatal Pneumonia with its enormous fatality consumption with its deadly grip bronchitis asthma these and man ailments are often the direct result of coldThe patient mayjhave had many colds They have resulted in nothing serious But when the system has become weak ened by these repeated attacks when the mucous membranes are in a chronic unhealthy condition then it is thesei fatal maladies assert themselves There is no greater mistake than to neglect n cold At its first appearancei measures should be taken to relieve it at this season of the year when coughs and colds are common Peruna should be kept constantly in the house At 0the first symptom this remedy shout be taken It will soothe the mucous membranes relieve the irritation and the cold will gradually disappear That this has been the experience of many gdtefuy1 letters in our files MiiTMETNOwsTI Our Post Card- Department Will be found extra attractive as new local views have just been added to the exhibit MAIN STREET LOOKING WEST OLD BRIDGE ELM STREET LOOKING NORTH M E PARSONAGE CLIFF TAR SPRING PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH MOONLIGHT ON THE OHIO DEPOT INTERIOR ST ROSE CHURCH RAILROAD BRIDGE INTERIOR BAPTIST CHURCH PUBLIC SCHOOL V RIVER SCENE 4t v Out of town friends will appreciate your Mailing them a card I DO IT TODAY Jr J C Nolte i Bro Cloverport Ky MIAM A GASOLINE ENGINES FOR SALE Call and see sample engine Cloverport Planing Mill tg BEARING A- SPLENDID BURDEN is every Commercial Hank that extends a welcome to tlroady cash of the business man or woman agreeing to honor till checks audit his daily drafts and safeguard the writing of his name Paying bills by check adds to every mans financial standing and is a con venient simple method that once used will never hn given up The Bank of Cloverport oilers its assist ance to the public in many other ways also Come in andash for particulars a Bank of Cloverport Cloverport ky IL Tetter Salt Rheuii and Eczema These are disease + for which Cham berlains Solve is especially valuable It quickly allays the itching and smut ing and soon effcts a cure Price 25 cents Fur sale at Sevi rs Drug Store Fordsville Notes Mrs Frank Mosley and children of Hunter Ark are visiting friends and relatives here improva edThe wedding of Miss Nannie B Bates and Mr M B Merideth was quietly solemnized in jeffersonville last week Miss Mary Smith went to Owensboro last week Simon Smith left Monday for an ex tended visit to Bowling Green Winchester Frankfort Cumberland Gap and Jellico Tenn Mr and Mrs JD Cooper are spend ing the winter in Florida H Lame Shoulder dWhether resulting from a sprain or from rheumatic pains there is nothing so good for R lame shoulder as Chamberlain Pain Balm Apply it freely and rub the parts vigorously at each ap plication dnd a quick cure is certain For sale by Severs Drug Co 5+ r 7SAuctior s- irC1earre 4t lJ t Dry Goods Boots Groceries Roes I Hardware I Clothing Hats- Queensware Tinvvare and everything else found in an uptodate store Everything does under the bamnYer without regard to cost We must have room for new spring stock This is the time of your life to get bargains Sale commencesMARCH 21 08 L C TAUL McQuady Ky CHRIS AHL Auctioneer i 1 I FlyForSa1e y Gasoline 11 J w II- i if i Launches i y t Modeltj1 electric lights etc The power consists of a i h P Sparks 4 cycle rl lltl1gine and 10 in bronze propeller II- II Outfit alsQ includes electrical ap 4 fpitr us including fine magneto ALSO M y One 18x4 foot Compromise Stem h- M Motel with standing top lockers ffJ- yl 1 steering wheel rudder and tiller ft- y bronze propeller and shaft all fI complete except engine fjm These outfit are nearly new and i I IDII j I jWWLockBoxi75J I CANNELTON IND h r rs k I jL h d lI kRESTRANGES 4pping Experiments Proposed The United States government has planned a feorlcs of scientific reseeding experiments on several of the national forest ranges next spring and summer to determine under what conditions and In what manner those portions of the range which have been seriously damaged by overgrazing may Jte re stored to their former productiveness says a bulletin from the forest service A great deal of the range land In the west Is overgrazed and does not carry as much stock as formerly The method of handling stock particularly sheep Is perhaps more responsible for this condition than any other cause but all causes of deterioration and all menus for Improving the forage crop need to be studied that the range may r cS6 brougbt Into the best condition to meet the Imperative demand of the livestock Industry eihe plan Is to establish experimental stations In several parts of the country Probably not more than six will be tried at first but they will be so 10 ttted as to secure typical conditions The experiments will be begun on a amall scale on five or six acre tracts Both native and wild grasses will be tried but It Is believed that the plan of encouraging native grasses will meet with greater success than the In troduction of cultivated species at least In the Rocky mountain region In the coast ranges with their greater rainfall cultivated grasses are more likely to play an Important part In range development The ranges of the northwest have not been so seriously damaged by over grazing as those of the southwest per haps because of superior moisture con ditions of the northern part of the country It Is a fact however that none of the ranges support the stock which they did formerly and reseed Ing experiments will therefore be un dertaken In this section of the country also The method of handling stock Is also to be considered Every stockman knows that stock do not waste as much feed when unrestricted In their move ments as when close herded An ex perimental pasture was Inclosed last summer In the Imnaha national forest In Oregon which will be a model for others next season In this pasture sheep were turned loose without a herder to shift for themselves It Is too soon to draw positive conclusions from this experiment but the sheep did well and there was a decided less ening In the loss of forage through trampling It looks as though a given area of ground can be made to carry a- very t much larger number of animals t when they are allowed to graze free 7 I than when close herded This fact If established will be of decided impor a tance to stockmen quicklyloosenCure And it is so thoroughly ha mless that Dr hoop tells mothers to use noth ing elfe even for very young babies tenderyshrub give the curative properties to Dr F Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sensitive branchial tnembrane No opium chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Demand Dr Shoops T ke no other All dealers LESSONS IN LIFE SAVING Columbia University Adds Course In 41First Aid of Drowning Practical Instruction In life saving has been added to the curriculum of I classesIwhich began recently will be held ev cry afternoon JE the p 211 iq thq unto verslty gymnasium lhe new course Is required for all candidates for de grees and must be completed before the senior year George Holm Is tbe instructor In charge of the work Mr Balm nronoses to teach the men deep HeadacheIf try Dr Miles AntiPain Pills Why not do so They will relieve the t pain in just a few min utes Ask your druggist There are 45000 druggists in the U S Ask any of them A package of 25 doses costs 25 cents One tablet usually stops a headache They relieve pain without leaving any disagreeable aftereffects isnt that what you wantMy son Frank Snyder has used Dr Mlles AntiFain Pills for a long time He never had anything to help him BO much for headache A year ago he came home and I was down sick with such a dreadful nervous headache He gave me one of the AntiPain Pills and after wkllt I took another and was entirely re lieved I always keep them in the house now and gave many away to others suffering with headache MRS LOUISE LEWELLYN Powell South Dakota Your druggist sells Dr Mlles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to return the price of first package only IIf It fails to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad r FICTS p 1 FOR SICK- WOMEN iYDi E P1NKH I No other medicine has been BO BUlCessful in relieving the suffering- of women or received so many gen uine testimonials as has Lydia E PinkhamsVegetable Compound- In every community you will find women who have been restored to health by Lydia E Pinkhams Veg etable Compound Almost every one you meet has either been benefited by it or has friends who have In the Pinkham Laboratory at LynnMassanywoman any daymay see the files containing over one mil lion one hundred thousand letters from women seeking health and hero are the letters in which they openly state over their own signa tures that they wore cured by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound hw saved many women operationsLydia Vegetable Compound is made from roots and herbs without drugs and is whole4 some and harmless The reason why Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound is so successful is because it contains in gredients which act directly upon the feminine organism restoring it to a healthy normal condition Women who are suffering from those distressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these LydiaEto restore their health diving malting them dive to the bottom of the pool and bring up articles from a depth of ten feet He also In tends to have one of the students feign drowning In tbe center pool and have him rescued by another member of the class Mr Holm said that the course was determined upon last summer when several of the gymnasium lInstructors were nearly drowned In Lake Cayuga by the overturning of their canoe Fortunately both men could swim but the accident happened about a mile from the shore and It was only wltbI the greatest difficultyI thaMhey reached j the shore where they fell exhausted They were discovered by other members of tbe party but they understood yjirjr little about resuscitation and had to send for a doctor We hope to prevent such things from happening among the students said Mr Holm and for that reason we are teaching life saving and later on In the spring we will have Instruction In resuscitation Bilious Feel heavy after dinner Tongue coated Bitter taste Com plexion sallow Liver needs waking up Doans Regulets cure bilious attacks 25 cents at any drug store COURTESY IN THE ORIENT An Attempted Innovation That Did Not Meet With Favor It Is not always wise to force upon a people new customs even those of advanced principle In the face of long established tradition Lady Burton dis covered this truth when she attempted to Introduce European courtesy Into tbe orient She tells of her experience in Inner Life of Syria The Incident occurred at one of her own receptions- It Is de rigueur every time coffee tea or sherbet comes In for every fresh relay of visitors that 1 should take It with them and drink first When I first arrived I used to get up as a mat ter of course make the tea and coffee and carry it round The dragomans would sit lazily and watch One day I asked them to get up and help me They were pleased to do so and willingly handed the refreshments to any of the Europeans man or woman but not to their own ladles wbt blushed begged their pardon and wen quite confused when I made It known this attention was for them as well us for others The women looked appeal Ingly at me and Htood up praying not to bo served One man who was really in love with his wife a beautiful creature gave her a teacup MS It it were a good Joke with a little sneer She bent kissed his bund and begged his pardon- I felt quite Indignant with the mon for so behaving to their wives moth ers and sisters but one said to me Pray Mrs Burton do not teach our women things they do not know about and never saw lAtter that I held my tongue but i let hla know that with Europeans It was the height of bad taste lot to walt- on any woman W4r S l I is in an of t of its and is the for cut wo A I 41 I HAD HIS Rut the Heartless Hotel Man Got In the List Laugh A hotel proprietor in Knnsflu City once told of tin amusing Incident con nected with the stay ut his house of A rural politician The politician had come to the hotel for but one day and he had taken Ills dInner elsewhere with a friend When on coming to pay his bill he found himself charged with a days board dinner and all he protested vigorously It was explained to him that the American plan wns based strictly on time and that It he chose to eat else where It was his own lookout The man however refused to be pacified and paid the bill under protest Then to every ones surprise he asked If din ner were Mtlll on Upon being informed that It lasted until 0 In the evening he exclaimed ive eaten one dinner but Im gong to get my moneys worth out of this house If 1 suffer all the torments of dyspepsia He then rushed Into one of the dining rooms seized a bill of fare and or dered everything be could think of When he finally reached his limit the waiter handed bUn a check for 839 Whats that for he demanded Your dinner sir But I have already paid for my dinner In my bill protested the un fortunate than I am staying here on the American plan Then you should have gone Into the other dining room said the writer This la the European plan cafe Harpers Weekly The Lucky Quarter Is the one you pay out for a box cf Dr Kings New Life Pills They bring ycu the health thats more precious than jewels Try them for headache bilious ness constipation and malaria If they disappoint you the price wilt be cheerfully refunded at Severs Drug Co I The Order of St Patrick The most Illustrious Order of St Patrick dates only from 1783 says n London writer when It was founded by George III and Is not to be com pared In age withlithe most ancient and most noble Order of the Thistle whlcli dating from a remote antiquity was revived by James II In 1087 The urlous thing about the bands or rib bons of these two orders Is that St Patricks Is blue of the hue that may- bel seen In the hackles or plumes In the bearskins of the Irish guards though It suggests the blue bells of Scotland while the sash of the thlstl Is a dark green suggestive of Erins verdant Isle On state ceremonies these two orders are frequently confounded The Cause of Many There Is a disease prevailing In this ountrv most danperous because so dace n pneumonia heart Failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease kidney trouble Is al lowed to advance blood will attack the vital organs or the ddneys themselves break down an waste away cell By cell Bladder troubles most always result from i derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is ibtalned quickest by a proper treatment of he kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers the great kidney liver and to hold urine and scald Ing pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases pleasant to take and sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar this wonderful new dis covery and a book that tells all about It both HomoofSwampRoot sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember th name Swamp Root Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y tai nerr bottle l 0 t z t 4 111cJ j A Sprain or Strain must have SIOiNSLirimenAinvaluable emergency this kind congestlonlllreduweak muscles Because antiseptic healing properties Sloans Liniment best remedy known ndsbruise stings burns and scalds 100IMass REVENGE Sudden Deaths SwampRoot manylimes SwampRoot Yottmayhave immediate attention rlivebyItheart th- tkidneypoisoned remedyIt The Three Periods Jason Then an three periods In a mans life when he does not under stand a woman Grayson And they ire Jason 13etore he knows her when he knows her and afterward Unequaled asa Cure for Croup Besides being an excellent remedy for colds and throat troubles Chamber lains Cough Remedy in unequaled as a cure for croup says Hairy Wilson of Waynetown Ind When given as soon as the croupy cough appears this rem edy will prevent the attcck It is used successfully in many thousands of homes For sale by Severs Drug Co Hard Lines Does your wife make you explain ill your acts Worse than that Worse than that Far worse she doesnt permit me to explain thorn Houston Post INTERESTING INSTRUCTIVE Correct English How to Use iit A nonthly Magazine Devoted to tbe Use of English JOSEPHINE TURCH BAKER Editor PARTIAL CONTENTS Course in Grammar VocabularyTheShall and Will Should and Would How to Use them Pronunciations Century Dictionary Correct English in tho Home Correct English in the School What to Sav and What Not to Say Course in Letter Writing and Punctu ati n- Twenty Daily Drills Business English for the Business Man Compound N ords How to Write Them Studies in English Literature AGENTS WANTED 100 a Year Send lOc for Sample Copy CORRECT ENGLISH Evanston III YOU SHOULD USE AS MUCH CARE IN SELECTING A DRUGGIST TO FILL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS AS YOU DO A DOCTOR TO WRITE THEM WE FILL THE BILL Severs Drug Co LHST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No JIll Dally Fast Train leaves Gloverport 507 AM stops at Irvlngtcn and West PolQt only arrive at Louisville 725 A M No 112ailyNallanolixpressleavesClrv- erport 1004 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1245 p ro Train No 114 Dally fast man leaves Olo verport 450 p mIl stops at all way stations east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 735 o m Train No 148 Dally Oloverport accommodation arrives Oloverport 848 D m WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Evansvllle coacmmodatlon loaves Oloverport 600 a m stops at all way stations arrives EvanHvlllo9OOam 01ros8loavesHawcsvllle Lewlsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley Hendercon and Evansville arrives St Louis 750 p InTrain No 113 Mull and Express dally ar rives Oloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 115 dally St Louis fast tralnleavesOlo verport 1108 PM arrives Evansvllle 135 A M St Louis h40 A M stops at Hawesvllle onlyNo leaves Olo I verport 925 am arrives Evansville 1215 p m Stops at all way stations Chair cars on trains 111112113114 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars and free reclining chair cars on trains 115 and US between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Hunday leaves Pordsvllle500 at Drives Irvington 840 a mTrain No 4 Dally except Sunday loaves Fordsvllle 3W p m arrives Irvington 520 pm Train No 6 Bundayonl- YlrordvllIell80am Irvington 908 a m WEST BOUND Train No B Dally except Sunday leaves 211461pmn D IB 1 1 W H Bowl + sa President A B PKILLJUN Cashier F L LIOHTTOOT Vlcefrcsldent CUAB SKILLUAN AsstCashier The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited The Bank oi Hardinsburg- and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000- B F BKARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Bqkridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Administrator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or Burglary IlFirst State Bank IRV1NGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VIc Presiden B H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits E4f it1 THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr to E Ef6ClC tfEla 1 IBratclassI bopptngoistrlct and two frIIthe principal theatres Street cars pass tbedoor to all par of the CU- TEverythlng IIneat and iclean- J 1 The Carlsbad of America French Lick and West Baden Springs I jlnd Now reached by direct line of the Southern Railway r Leave Evansville 7 20 am 2 20 pm II Rockport T 7 15 am 215 pm Cannelton 7 15 am 215pm II Tell City 7 25 am 222 pm Troy 7 35 ara 32 pm Arrive French Lick10 20 nm 5 45 pm Arrive West Baden 10 30 am f 5 55 pm Dally Except Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS Evansville French Llck3 16 RockportIt II 2 52 CannettoDII 2 72 Tell City 2 60 Troy 2 44 blocks I ToWest Bnden3 20 2 56 II 2 76 II 264It 2 48 a D Stratton P Ar Evansville Ind J C Beam Jr A G P A St Louis Mo m e Has Your Subscription to The News ExpiredtJ fO VVV n h GROUND HOG DAY ujtvival of a Festival of the Middle ateAge In Europe Talk urlglr of ground hug day Is nc ouuted for In tin following way lIeli or iHiclimiiK cliiy wua u favorite ollduy marked by public gayety mid ensmonlfrt In Kifropp luring the mid It ages If lit still mnrkttl there by bw dosing of banks und olllces but iot othfrwtae outside of the reading i church at trios IId tilt church cutI ndar It In known UN the Kcust or Purl fication or the ViiKln toil Vits UrN In fltltulfrt lIq ICope HtMgliiH about toe year hilt A IU TheI popular flu lift of the day Is derived from tin early CUR toot of lighting tip the churches with candles mid currying these In proces Zion on IellsI festival AH to the weather mipnrstltlon giving to JandlerniiH the nil 11m of ground hog day that blI worldwhle ruble In Oer many it Is the badger that brcitkn his wlnlor nap on this day to essay the thankless tusk of weather prophecy In France and Switzerland It Is the marmot aid In England the hedgehog Oh a rvll lion shows says the Ilousekeep er that n ine of these small uulmals do tints observe the date fixed also that the wouthnr on this date does not accurately foretell that of the follow ing two mouths us is supposed Hut It Is a general truth that in temperate latitudes warm and sunny weather In the tint half of February is apt to be followed by n change and a cool spring and on this fact our ground hog and badger stories are founded IRDUTffiUWINDISPENSABLE I For Her ChildrenLittle Girls Suffered with Itching Eczema Which Simply Covered Back of Heads Baby Had a Tender Skin Too I ALL PROMPTLY CURED BY WONDERFUL OINTMENT 1 girlshaderuptionsformed backs of their heads which wore simply covered Before I heard of Cuti cura I used to try almosteverything but they failed Then my mothe- rrecommended the Cuticura Remedies I washed my childrens heads with Cuti cura Soap and then applied the wonder ftJ ointment Cuticura I did this four df five times and Ican they have Been entirely cured IYhave another baby who is so plump that the folds of skin on his neck were broken and even bled I used Cuticura Soap and Cuti cura Ointment and the next morning the trouble had disappeared I am using the Cuticura Remedies yet when everanyof my family have any sores I can never recommend Cuticura suffi ciently it is indispensable in every home I cannot find its equal Mme Napoleon QuoMayI PAINFUL ULCER On Foot for a Year Healed by Two Sets of Cuticura I had an ulcer on my foot for a year or more and it was very painful as it was a running sore I had a doctor but his treatment did not heal it About eight months ago I commenced to use Cuticura Cuticura Ointment and Cutlcura Pills I used two sets and RyderWestComplete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor ot Infants Children and Adults consists ot Cuticura Soap 2Sc to Skin Cuticura Ointment roc to Ural the8ktn and Cuticura Resolvent 50cor In the form of Chocolate odSoldCorp Sole Props Boston Mass Wilallod Free Cuticura kook on Skin Diseases Axes and double bitl brands at 65c nt 85c Double and single barrel Shot Guns at 600 and350S- hot gun Shells a box 40c 350 at 200 Good Curry 1 Large box Carpet Tax4cMa- chine 9 Oil formerly sold at lOo for 5c Egg Beaters4cSm- ithsScreen Door Hinges 8c Little Giant Seed Sowers 125 Plow tines 18 feet forA Be J Prof II A lUwell ef Sa angah Cuba Recommends Chamberlains Cough Remedy II As long ago as I cab remombrr my mother was a faithful user and friend of Chamberlains Cough Remedy but never in my life hava I realized its true value until now writes Prof H A Howellof Howells American School Havana Cuba On the night of Feb ruary 3 our baby was taken sick with a very severe cold the next day was worse and the following night his con dition was desperate He could not lie down and it was necessary to have him in the arms every moment Even then his breathing was difficult I did not think he would live until morning At last I thought of my mothers remedy Chamberlains Cough Remedy which we gave and it afforded prompt relief and now three days later he has fully Under the circumstances I would not hesitate a moment in saying that Chamberlains Cough Remedy and that only saved the life of our dear lit boy For sale by Severs Drug Co THE FIRST INDUSTRY Problems of the Farm Curiously Ig nored by the Ancients Why agriculture tho first industry to be learned arid so obviously the most fundamental was the last to be developed is one of the most baffling mysteries of One marvels at It afresh as one stands before u certain glass cuse In the Egyptian quarter of the British museum wherein is n little group of form utensils u fractured wooden plow a rusted sickle t woo sticks tied together wltb a loathcrn thong und several tassels tbut had bung on the horns of oxen To be sure these implements were used 3000 years ago they were found in the tomb of Setl Ibut one remembers that when Egypt was using these bread tools no better than those of the barbarians about her she had a most elaborate government an army and navy and art and literature The records and relics of other na tions down history show the same strange incongruity For thou sands of years the wise men of the world absolutely ignored the problems of the farm A farmer either a serf or n tenant Ho was a stolid drudgebrother to the ox Even the masterful old pilgrim fathers had no plows at all nothing but hoes and sharp sticks for the first twelve years of their pioneering And therefore for thousands of years there was hunger Everybodys Maga zine LORD KELVINS SUMS Slips of an Absentminded Dentist In Simple Arithmetic Great scientist he was the late Lord Kelvin sometimes failed to do simple addition or subtraction sums correctly Once on a blackboard at Glasgow university he made two and two five and the delighted of the class hastily altered the five to a three On another occa sion he said Seven times nine Mr Mncfurlune are u hundred and what Pause But no continued the eel entist seven times nine cannot be a hundred and anything for the square of a hundred is ten How he nearly lost his life through his devotion to science was told by Lord Kelvin himself in the house of lords some years ago He was en gaged in testing certain chemical In gredients which could be safely mixed together In particular proportions but which became a highly explosive mix ture if the weight of one element was exceeded Ills assistant In adjusting the difference between the decimal system und ordinary troy weight meas ured out a quantity which would have meant certain death to both and was just adding It to the mortar when Lord Kelvin noticed the mistake line Qest history though Stoves High Grade Steel Range with resovoir price Steel Rungo without resovoir regular price 25 No7 Stoves575D- rum Stoves largo size regular 300 cut price 260 Medium size Stoves 230 Small size Drum Stoves 205 Coal stoves from 350 to 1000 Stove 4 5 and 5fc inch at joint 6c 6inch Stove Pipe joint 10c Coal best grade gallon 14c One pound Mica Grease 2 boxes for 115e 3 pound buckets Mica Axle for 20c Explpijve Force ter Water Wlter JJctoked upon as the tamest of liquids IIB as great nn explosive as dy namite under certain conditions In one day water breaks up more earth and rock than all the gunpowder gun cotton and dynamite in the world do In a year These explosives can be con trolled by human agency but water does not hold itself accountable til man It runs Into the ground freezes expands and splits the soil Into little pieces Finding a truck In a huge rock It repents the same process forcing IIt asunder If frozen in the pores of n tree It often explodes with n report like a gunshot and the force of a dyna mite bomb Popular Mechanics No Use to OleII have found out that there is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can get Dr Kings New Discovery says Mrs J P White of Rushboro PatI would not be alive today only for that wonderful medicine It loosens up a cough quicker than anything else and cures lung disease even after the case is pronounced hopeless This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds lagrippe asthma bronchitis and hoarseness is sold under guarantee at Severs Drug Go 50c and 1 Trial bottle free His Lecture on Job I dunnu what dey call Job n patient ruuu for said Brother Dickey kaze of all de growlers 1 over beast tell on he sho wuz de growliestl But he sho did have enough ter make him growl dot hI did De devil say Looky yer Job you In my power now an I gwlne ter filet you wid a few biles An Job say All right I kin stan It cf you kin lint de lilies rom meqco ter break out so thick an fast dat Job say hooky yer man desp nlnt no biles dls de smallpox sho tZ you bonr An he eetch so dat he had ter scratch hlssef wid n gouts head Den de devil git In n high win an blow down lobs house an dat war too much So of Job lit up his voice an be say Looky yer I bargain tor bales but I didnt want no hurrlcmif thowed In fer good measure Frank Stanton In Atlanta Constitution Best Healer in the World Rev F Starbird of East Maine says I have used Bucklens Arnica Salve for several years on my oldarmy wound and other obstinate sores und find it the best healer in the world I use it too with great success in my veterinary business Price 25c at Severs Drug Co His Place at the Brtfom The famous coup detat by which Na poleon 111 gained control of France In vividly described In the Memoirs of Monsieur Claude Among the many anecdotes of the eventful evening or Dec 1 1851 At Claude gives the following Comte de Moray the elder spirit of the nocturnal drama about tit be performed was at the Opera Cu mlque in order to allay suspicion A lady said to him M de Moruy Is It true that they are going to sweep out the Madame I dont anything about It he replied but If there Is any sweeping to be done I shall try to be on the side of the broom handle It ACATARRHRemedy Elys Cream Balm Is qulckl absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseased mem brano resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the FEVERstoresTnste and Smell Full size 50 cts at Drug gists or by mail In liquid form 7G cents Ely Brothers 50 Warren Street New York Furniture- We have a large stock of Room Suits at 14 to 30 t Table Center Tables Kitchen Cabinets Couches Rocking Chairs Springs Carpets Full line Carpets and Rugs uI I Good Enough GangPlow f J The SimplestReliable ReliableGang Plow on the- Market I RunningMate FamousGood EnoughSulky THE TERM GOOD ENOUGH applied to this tool does not mean that thereisIT IS LIGHT ENOUGH IT OPERATES EASILY ENOUGH IT IS HEAVY ENOUGH THE DRAFT IS LIGHT ENOUGH IT LIFTS HIGH ENOUGH USERS CANNOT PRAISE IT ENOUGH THE PRICE IS LOW ENOUGH IT IS IN FACT GOOD ENOUGH McGlothlan Si Piggott Irvington Kentucky that when the nerves 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 b3 strengthened with the Restorative where heart pains palpitation or kidney weak ness is found Dont drug the stomach nor stimulate the heart or kidneys That is wrong Go to the cause of the ail ments Strengthen these weak inside with Dr Restorative and get well A simple single test will surely tell All dealers An Exception My faith In has received n sad shock said the burglar lust captured In the act How fioV asked the policeman ad justing the cuffs I had read so often that n copper was never around when needed re joined the prisoner lapsing Into sullen Bllence Philadelphia Ledger 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 Its a 100 against 25 cents pretty big odds And Preventics remember contain no quinine no laxative nothing harsh nor sickening Pneumonia would never appear if early colds were always broken Safe snd sure for feverish children 48 Preven tics 25c All dealers prices marked where proud vehicles which money cannot styles vehicles Heating Clover Red Top Seed Oats 100 Bushels Grass Seed Home Grown at per bushel I WE ARE AGENTS FOR Binders Mowers Rakes Hay Presses And Also OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS And the or Walking Also A Full Line of SALT LIME CEHENT ASHCRAFT ASHCRAFT Club of Suffering Fathers The Suffering Papa club of Warsaw Ind has organized with fiftyseven Its object is to accomplish certain domestic reforms among them theseRefusal to walk the floor day or night with a squalling infant Refusal to assist in the kitchen when daughters are giving parties Cigarettes and pipes to be smoked In any part of the house and in the pres ence of company Daughters beaus to be called down hard when they get too gay W F Maish is master suffering papa There are junior and senior suf fering papas and a suffering papa goat Dont think that piles cant be cured of obstinate cases hive been cured by Doans Ointment 50 cents at any drug store GLASGOWS SLUMS Its Awful Quarters and IU Penny PawnsI In the Monthly there Is a description of the Alsutla of Glas gowtlw Cowcuddens where all that is insalubrious nod repellent In our modern life is to be found1 Side by side with all that is dumorallz ing live nod flourish harpies of various kinds and degrees None is so dun gerous to the health of the community as she night after night seeks to make a dishonest penny by overcrowd ing her house Sanitary In spectors thud the occupants of over crowded houses in their attempt to avoid detection concealed In every conceivable corner hidden in cup boards under beds and even on the d A WorthyRunning for the housetops TWO tiers or p oprc nuvrr been found in one bed one on the boards or the bed then flung over und another living tier on the top What are known as penny pawns abound in the district A broker who keeps ode of these can an article of any value from a penny up ward lIe is to keep it for only seven full days and at the end of that period he may sell it to whomsoever he chooses and that too In all probability for several hundred per more than he paid for it Thousands of poor people are Ignorant of the difference between a pawuhroklng establishment and a penny pawn with the result that in many when they go to the latter they lose goods which If pledged with the former they might have redeemed in time There Is more Cutnrrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the lust few years was supposed toI I II doctorsII toIproven a I i constitutional disease and therefore requires treatment hulls CatarrhI I Cure by F J ChonuyAr Co Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutional cure on the market It Is taken Internally In i doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They otter one hundred dollars for day cuso It falls to cure Send for circulars and testimonials I Addruss F J Cheney k Co Toledo Ohio I 750I for constipation i A German isbringing to Amerlcn a circus of trained The Insects throw somersaults make dance wrestle and fence n n Bargains in HighGrade BuggiesWE challenge anybody to name lower While everything in our store is down to we dare issue such a challenge the best bargains are in our Highgrade Buggies and Phaetons We feel of the fact that we are offer ing a line of for the be surpassed by any of our competitors Our and is complete The quality is good The materials used in the making of these are the best HardwareCh- oppf4g single Hands Saws Razors Combs5cHors- eBrushesworth25cfor 5c bottle Sprouting Hoes45c recovered through remained hearing laughter 30for2475 for2250 Step price Drum Pipe Oil Axle Raymond chamber know Bed Dresses Extension Mattresses and Rugs Mattings Remember stomach nerves Snoops newspapers certainly complete Field Seeds Seed- Timothy Bluegrass best Orchard 195 McCormick the OENUINE BROWN CULTIVATORS Riding and IRVINGTON KY members Thousands Sleeping Mitigate most who slummy mattress purchase compelled cent entirely cases constitutional manufactured ants pyramids Buggies and Surries if Bike Runabouts Stick Seats Fancy Top Bug gies Half Phaeton and Phaeton Seats High grade Auto Seats Twoinone Buggy Harness t Single and double sets well made and stylish atj 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 Iy Reduced Rates The Tobinsport Horse r Co has reduced rates for service of their German Coach Stallion to 15 for one colt and 25 for two colts From same owner r ALEX AHL Secretary and Treasurer Tobinsport Indiana IIIICut Rate For Prices Cash Only 100 Ibs Gran Sugar 525 Grayson Lilly Flour First Grade 24 lb sack 70c Calico per yard 5c Bacon best grade lOc Corn 3 cans 25c 3 Ibs Soda 5c 3 Ib cans Tomatoes 12c Homestead Fertilizer- We sell it at reduced prices Top Price For nil ProduceII LEN C T McQUADY AULII 1II CloaksSuits WaistsSkirts Departments 4 Silks and Velvets Black Drew Goods Colored Dress Goods Ribbons Womens Neckwear Ilandketchlcfs Laces and- Bnbrolileries t Notions Linings TrimmingsWash Flannels and- Domestics lIens Furnishings At Needlework Pyrocrapby China and Glassware Knit UnderwearGloves ReadytowearGarments Muslin UnderwearEtc Millinery Shoes CarpetsDraperies and Furniture Co OVERTAXED Hundreds of Cloverport Readers Know What It Means The kidneys are overtaxedI Have too much to do They tell about it in many aches and painsBackache sideache headache Early symptoms of kidney ills Urinary troubles diabetes Brights disease follow- Thomas T Duff living on Main St Elizabethtown Ky says Some two or three years ago I began to suffer from my kidneys I had a severe pain across the small of my back which con tinued to grow worse and as a man of my occupation is forced to do a great deal of stooping it aggravated the trouble I tried various plasters but they did hot give me the slightest re lief I then saw Doans Kidney Pills advertised and as they were highly I recommended I procured a box They went right to the cause of the trouble and a short use resulted in a complete cure Above statement was given on April 9th 1903 The Cure Proved Permanent Mr Duff confirmed what he had previously said regarding Doans Kidney Pills on June 13 1907 in the following words Since Doans Kidney Pills cured me some years ago I have not had a return of the trouble and cheerfully give Doans Kidney Pills my heartiest recommendation- For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co BuffaloNew York sole agents for the Uuited States Remember the nameDoansandt- ake no other Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good wilt 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 FOR MAIL ORDER- CUSTOMERS ONLY Sale Goods Can be Obtained Only through our Mall Order Department SpecialThis Week Womens 50c Underwear 38eWomens medium weight peeler cot ton vests or pants heavy enough for winter wear and light enough for early spring wear regular 50c un derwear special for this we k to the readers of this paper at 38c a garment 332340 W Market Street LOUISVILLE KY FREE We will send to anyone living out of town who sends us their name and address The Ladles Home Journal Style hook once a month for one year free of charge Dress Goods I Silks l Dress r Departments Upholstery Shades Carpets K Floor Coverings y Corsets Stationery and Books Toilet Articles o Hosiery- Paper Patternsa LinensWhite Blankets Bedding Umbrellas and- Parasols I Shirt Waists and Furs Infants Wear Leather Goods Toys and Sporting- Goods Trunks and Bags House Furnishings Veiling and Dress Nets Jewelry Boys Clothing- Furniture Music AGENTS FOR TH- EDemorest Sewing Machine at 1652 I I Middle Ridge Poultry Yards Vital Principles Cadiek Milling Trimmings Single Comb White Leghorns Bred to Lay Strain Eggs 1000 per 15 2 00 per 50 300 per 100 MRS J H PAYNET- OBIHSPOAT IND Phone 134 Box 20 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 verygreatestofs- atisfaction If you have not tried it you are missing a great deal Qrandylew Indiana RALLY Baptist Sunday School Pupil Devote An Afternoon To The Missionary Cause The members of the Baptist Sunda School gave a Mission Rally in the church Sunday afternoon and renders an interesting program Sevenfiv children took part in the exercisesThe were beautifully drilled by Mrs J Proctor Keith Mrs Oelze Mr Chas Hamman Mrs Tom Tousey Mrs Lewis and other workers of tlftfthurcl Several from Stephensport vho are interested in Sunday School work were Mrs Dick Shellman Misses Payne and Hawkins They take an active part iin the work of the Stephensport Baptist churchThe collection taken amounted to 1 whichwill be used for missions The pure food law is designed by the Government to protect the public from injurious ingredients in both food and drugs It is beneficial both to the the public and to the conscientiou manufacturer Elys Cream Balm ia successful remedy for cold in the head nasal catarrh hay fever etc containing no injurious drugs meets fully the requirements of the new law and tha fact is prominently stated on every package It contains none of the injurious drugs which are required by the law to be mentioned on the label Hence you can use it safely THIS IS SAID TO HELP MANY Mix This Simple Helpful Recipe At Home And Try It Anyway Get from any prescription pharmacis the following Fluid Extract Dandelion oneball tune Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three trances Shake well in a bottle and take a easpoonful dose after each meal and atbedtimeThe is considered by an eminent authority who writes in a Nev York daily paper as the finest prescription ever written to relieve Backache Kidney Trouble Weak Bladder and all form of Urinary difficulties This mixture acts promptly on the eliminative tissues ot the Kidneys enabling them to fitter and strain the uric acid and other waste matter from the flood which causes Rheumatism Some persons who suffer with the ifflictions may not feel inclined to place much confidence in this simple nixture yet those who have tried it- say the results are simply surprising the relief being effected without the lightest injury to the stomach or other irgansMix some and give it a trial It certainly comes highly recommended It- is the prescription of an eminent authority whose entire reputation it is said vas established by it A druggist here at home when asked stated that he could either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription for our readers also recommends it as harmless IRVINGTON Mrs R B McGlothlan has returnee home after an absence of several week in Sioux CityIowa the guest of Mr and Mrs Gilbert Harrison Mr and Mrs L H Jolly gave an in formal fortytwo party Tuesday evening at their home on Maple street Mr Jim Frank Biggs after an extended visit to his parents at this place left for Evansville Indiana Thursday Misses Maggie Bandy and Mary Henry who have been attending the Hardin Collegiate Institute at Elizabeth town returned home Friday night Mr A B Suter of Duster was a visitor of friends in town Saturday and Sunday Mrs Nannie Wathen who has been in Hartford Ky for the past several weeks is at home now for a short visit Mr Ben Clarkson of Big Spring was in town last week on a business trip Mr Ernest Proctor of Louisville spent Saturday and Sundaya guest of Mr and Mrs J M Herndon yr and Mrs Sam Dowell entertained a number of their friends to dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs Hollis Neafus jf LouisvilleMr Brown will move his family to Oweneboro sometime this week where be has accepted a railroad position Mr Edd Alexander spent all of last week in Cincinnati buying goods for his store Mr Jonas Lyons sold his beautiful ountry farm at the edge of town last Wednesday to Mr Willie Simmons Consideration 4000 Mr and Mrs J L Henry who has been ill of the grip for the past three weeks are convalescent Mr Taylor Dowell bought a very fine pair of young mules from Mr Jonas Lyons last week Consideration not known h iic Missi Gedry BramletfrenterUined a d y i J DOWN DOWNI DOWN 60 THE PRICES WITH A THUNDERING CRASH THE PUBLIC AMAZED AT THE BIG FURNITURE AND CARPET BARGAINS Thousands of People Tremendous Crowds Attending Jas Greenes Manufacturers Outlet Sale at Louisville Ky Never in Louisville Kentuckys history of merchandising were such immense crowds seen in one store before The big crowds that are attending Jas Greenes Manu 4 facturers Outlet Sale since the opening day of the sale have been enormous This stu pendous sale of furniture carpets rugs household goods etc has attracted the people of Louisville and vicinity from within a radius of one hundred and fiftymiles in all directions The people are snapping up the many grand bargains that are on sale and JAS GKEENES many extra salespeople have been worked from morning until night supplying the vast crowds of eager buyers that are purchasing the entire stockrapidly The tremendous crowds on opening day of this tenday sale were something enormous It actually seemed that every man woman boy and child in Louisville and surround ing country were there to get their share of this great Manufacturers Outlet Sale of Jaa Greenes surplus purchase of furniture carpets rugs and household goods Such a terrific sacrifice sale never was inaugurated before in the city of Louisville and its like will probably never occur again Jas Green says he bought this great surplus stock from the Manufacturers at a very low figure on account of recent market condi tions hitherto unknown in the past fifteen yearsand that he proposes to give the people of Louisville and surrounding country the benefit of his great purchase from the Manu facturers by giving the public the greatest bargains on furniture etc that they have ever had in their entire lifetime It certainly is a rare opportunity for our people of Louisville and vicinity to buy their furniture carpets rugs and household goods at a big saving and replenish their needs for the next ten years at about onehalf actual value Considerand think what this great Manufacturers Outlet Sale means to you as it is right at the time of year when you are thinking of replentishing your homes and household needs Thousands upon thousands of people are now taking advantage of this stupendous sale at Jas Greenes big Furniture Store and well they mayas the prices are less than actual cost of the lumber and workmanship to produce the goods It is a time for furniture and carpet buying when one dollar will go as far as two wouldordinarily The opening day of the sale was terrific THURSDAY MARCH 12 AND FRIDAY MARCH 13 the crowds will be just as great and on the FIRST BIG SATURDAY OF THE SALE MARCH 14 YOU WILL SEE THE GREATEST CROWDS OF PEOPLE TRYING TO GET admission to JAS GREENES BIG FURNITURE SALE THAT WERE EVER SEEN AT ANY SALE in the CITY of LOUIS VILLE BEFORE We ADVISE EARLY MORNING trading as much as possible in order to facilitate handling and SERVING the GREAT CROWDS AT THE PRICES QUOTED on THIS MANUFACTURERS SURPLUS STOCK Jas Greene will not sell I to ANY DEALERS OR MERCHANTS his great purchase will only be sold AT RETAIL ra DIRECT TO THE PEOPLE and the sale will continue and last ONLY NINE DAYS LONGER Prides on every piece of furniture every rug and every yard of carpet in the store have BEEN CUT DOWN TO THE VERY LOWEST LIMIT in ORDER to MAKE QUICK SELLING OF THE ENTIRE STOCK Those who need I furniture or carpets will benefit greatly by this the most stupendo sale of house fur nishings that was ever given on any stock of furniture in any part oftbe United States ri At the way the stock was carried out today and yesterday the first day of the sale the entire 185000 purchase of surplus stocks will easily be sold in nine more days of rathe sale From remarks made upon all sides this great Manufacturers Outlet Sale now going on at JAS GREENS BIG STORE at 425427429 EAST MARKET ST fti LOUISVILLE KY it is proving a bargain feast to the public who are never slow fIIJto appreciate a sale of big bargains such as Jas Greenes sale is proving to be You ricannot afford to miss it Dont delayhurry inand secure your share of the many tIJgrand furniture values being offered at JAS GREENES MANUFACTURERS OUTLET g SALE now in progress at LOUISVILLE KY The stock consists of furniture of Ijevery description carpets rugs and household goods now being sold rapidly at a frac tion of their real value Be careful and bo sure you find the right place TAKE ANY MARKETST CAR which brings you in front of the store Look for the big sign at 425427429 EAST MARKET ST LOUISVILLE KY H i THIS IS THE FURNITURE SALE WHERE YOUR DOLLAR DOES DOUBLE DUTY number of her little friends on last Sat urday afternoon from 3 to 5 The follow ing were present Misses Margaret Peyton Susie Bandy Carrie D Frakes and IreneBandy Miss Mary Peyton was the hostess of a delightful afternoon spent at her home last Friday in honor of the fortytwo club Mrs 14H Jolly won the first prize and Miss Annie Lee Bandy the second and the booby was won by Miss Essie Diggs Mrs Will Gardner and babies and sisterinlaw Mrs Newsom Gardner were visitors of Mr and Mrs Sandy Henry at West Point last week Mr H H Kemper has on exhibition at the bank a beautiful black and yellow alligator that his motherinlaw Mrs Clarkson sent him from FloridaJuliaabout fifteeninches long Mrs HH Kemper has returned from Louisy1lle where she was the a t guest of Mrs Bardwell I Mrs Dave Henry of Chattanooga Tennessee spent several days last week the guest of Mr and Mrs J L Henry Mrs J M Herndon and sister S P Parks spent a few days in MrsII villc last week visiting Mrs A C LewisMiss Sallte Lanham of Fordsville left Friday after a visit to Miss Iva Rice for a few days Mrs W J Piggott was in Louisville Thursday on a business trip Bornto the wife of Johnnie Simmons Sunday a troy Dr and Mrs L B Moremen were in Brandenburg last weekto see her mother who has beenvery ill Mrs Hollis Neafus of Louisville who has been visiting relatives for the past week baa returned tpberhonie Mrs Bert Cunningham has returned 1Itt Lj I t1 i i to Chenault Ky after a visit to her daughter Mrs Wilt Gardner Rev F H Farrington occupied the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday both morning and evening Preached two excellent sermons to a large audienceMrs Julia Clarkson and charming daughter Miss Ollie Mae Clarkeon re turned Friday from Florida where they have been for the past two months Mrs Sallie Beauchamp returned Fri day from a short visit to her sister Mrs Effie Richardson at Ekron Mr and Mrs James Jarrett spent two days last week at Guston visiting Mr arid Mrs John Kondcll Mr George Windelkin of Cloverport was in town Sunday Miss Eliz Piggott entertained a few of her g1rl lrtandtriday night to a c slumbering party Jo i iip