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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iiii i I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS iI ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT J II VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 18 1908 8 Pages t 36 TAFT FORGES AHEAD AS STATES LINE UP FOR NATIONAL RACE Secretary of War Now Has Two Thirds of Instructed Delegates Chosen For Chicago Con vention Summary of Delegates Elected to Republican National Convention Total delegates in convention 980 Necessary to a choice 491 V Elected to date 186 Instructed for Taft 120 Instructed for Fairbanks 26 Instructed tor Cannon 4 Instructed for Hughes 2 Uninstructed but favorable to Taft 6 Contested 28 Twothirds of all the delegates so far elected to the Republican national con vention next June have been instructed yiov Secretary of War Taft and he prac tically has onefourth of the number necessary to insure his nomination New York Pennsylvania and Illinois are the big delegations which are yet to be chosen and while the secretary will secure little if any instructed support from these states it is believed to be certain that a large part of the delegates will go to the Ohio man when the break comesIn other states where conventions are to be held thesecretary is far and away the strongest candidate and all reports go to indicate that President Roosevelt knew whereof he was speaking when he predicted that Taft would be nominated on the first ballot Six of the delegates elected are unin structed except as to suggestion that they nominate someone who will carry taut the policies of President Roosevelt while of the twentyeight contests re ported one set of the delegates in each case is instructed for Taft Mr Nat Ahl Dies In Illinois News was received here o the death of Mr Nat Ahl which occured Saturday- at Moweaque 111 Mr Ahl formerly lived at Tobinspart and spent several years on she farm belonging to Mr Abe Skilluiau at Skillman He is survived by two sons Eleck and Chas Ahl New Livery Stable R O Perkins is building a handsome livery and feed stable on the north side of Main Street New Officers Elected The Womans Foreign Missionary Society held a most interesting March meeting at which they elected new offi cers for 1908 and also a life member who is Mrs V G Babbage The an nual report showed that the collections of the past year exceeded those of any previous year They amounted to 70 The new officers are Mrs H V Duncan president Mrs J A Barry vice president Mrs B M Currie re J klording secretary Mrs Conrad Sippel corresponding secretary Mrs C W Moorman Treasurer Presbyterian Notes Miss Rogers of India will deliver a lecture at the Presbyterian church on tHe evening of March 25 000 Mrs L T Reid was appointed to represent the Lucile Memorial churchII at a meeting of the Ladies Missionary Societies in Louisville March 19 Mrs Reid has been asked to sing at the Church of the Covenant 000 Rev Graves held services Sunday Good congregations both in the morn ing and evening Republican State Convention Louis ville flay 6 For this occasion 3round trip from reIturnI Local News From Other Towns Miss Bertie Board of Louisville iis visiting her sister Mrs W N Head at Lodiburg 000O- wen Hunter left Glendeane las week for a trip to California 000Mrs Geo H Anderson is seriously ill at her home in GustonI000Mr and Mrs L D Fox are indeed grateful to their many friends and Drs Millner and Nt vitt and others for kindness shown them during the dan gerous illness of Mrs Fo- xooo The little daughter of Mr and Mrsi Hugh Casey of Lodiburg is slowly improving 000Albert Newman has been in Connecti cut county to visit his sister 000Winfield Hendry of Raymond is sub mail clerk at Lexington 000Mrs Sam Ater was called to Paynes ville to the bedside of her mother Mrs Chas Baysinger who is ill 000Austin Knott is ill at his home at Raymond 000Miss Lillie Neff gave a pleasant party at the home of her grandmother in Guston in honor of her birthday Church Flourishes I The Rev Dan Shacklett has been called for half of his time at the Ekron Baptist church which he organized a little over three years ago with fifteen members The church is in a flourish ing condition and now has a nice house of worship and eightyfive members Home Wedding The marriage of Miss Ollie Robbins and Mr John L Dowell took place at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Marion Dowell at Mystic Monday the ninth of March The ceremony was performed by the Rev I C Argabright Mrs Dowell is a most attractive young woman and Mr Dowell is a prosperous farmer They will go to housekeeping at an early date Insurance Agents Haynes Neeley have been appointed district agents for the Continental Fire Insurance Co with headquarters at Owensboro Their territory consists of Daviess Hancock Breckenridge and Ohio counties Forrest Haynes is well known here and his friends are pleased to know of his success J F Claycomb will still have charge of the agency at Irvington Damage By Fire And Lightning HardinsburgKy March 17Spe- csalIn the thunder storm early this morning lightning struck the residence of Morris Eskridge and tore to pieces a porch post passed through a window and set fire to some papers lying on a table Mr Eskridge and family were in the room but they were only momentarily stunned by the shock A barn near town belonging to Patrick Keith was struck by lightning and kill ed a cow- Monday afternoon the Bucket Bri gade saved the storehouse which John Hoben occupies from burning The fire originated in an upper room among some fabrics where no one had been for some tim- eImportant Notice To- Correspondents And Others Correspondents who wish their letters to appear in the News and persons wanting obituaries cards of thanks and announcements published must mail them to reach this office on Fridays and Saturdays John D Babbage Goes to Brazil J L Isonie leaves today for Brazil Iud where he and Mrs Isome will reside Mr Isome goes there for business purposes and also for medical trea ment I He likes Brazil but thinks there is no I place like old Kentucky DEATH CONQUERS GEORGE PILE Respected Citizen of Brecken ridge Dies at Irvington Thursday SEVCNTYFIVE YEARS OF AGE After an illness of several weeks Mr George Pile an old resideut and promi nent man of Breckenridge county was relieved by death last Thursday at his home in Irvington Mr Pile was a farmer and owned a farm near Buras where he made his home until last summer His health began to fail then and he decided to give up farm life and moved to Irving- ton however the change brought no improvement Mr Pile was seventyfive years of age and was twice married He was a man who commanded the respect and gained the love and friendship of everyone with whom he came in contact He is survived by a wile and two daughters Mrs Alexander and Mrs Robertson at Buras The funeral took place Friday and the interment was in the family burying ground on his farm at Buras Death of Mrs Bennett Stephensport Ky March 1- SptcI81On Tuesday morning of last week the Angel of Death once more vis ited our town and wafted the spirit of Electa Bennett up to he City of God Grandmother Bennett was in her eight nin h year She leaves two daughters Mrs Abe Bennett of this place Mrs George Lewis of Ammons John Ben nett of Lewisport Abe Bennett of Union Star Silas Bennett of Battletown The funeral services was conduced by Rev F R Roberts at the M E church of which she was a member and had been for many years She lived a long and useful life both in the church and community and will he greatly rrissed Busy at Lewisport J B Taylor hardware and imple ment dealer at Lewisport says that trade is opening splendidly in his line of business and people are buying liberally and have the money to pay for what they want Mr Taylor has already sold nine buggies this month which is better than he has ever done before in March There was no trouble with the tobacco at Lewisport All the farmers sold their crops and got satisfactory prices The usual crops will be planted this year I RAYMOND Several from here attended the party at John Cashmans Saturday night Mr and Mrs Sam Stiff are on the sick list Mr and Mrs Wash Cashman and children Mrs W S Hendry and child ren visited at Geo W Cashmans Sat urday and Sunday Miss Mary Mercer is visiting friends at Irvington Mr and Mrs John Avittof Lodiburg spent Sunday at Henry Cashmans Miss Dee Basham of Skillman has been in the neighborhood for several days visiting relatives before leaving for Bowling Green where she will enter schoolMrs Henry Cashman while waiting on a customer Friday morning was suddenly taken ill and has been closely confined to her bed ever since Miss Mary Mercer has been visiting her aunt Mrs Frank Claycomb at Irv- ington i Amos Prather has recently moved his arnily into the vacant house on Mrs Hendrys farm Austin Knott was on the sick list a few days last week Mrs Winfield Hendry and children visited her motherMrs Geo Cashman last Saturday and Sunday Miss Lee Thornberry and Walter H Gray of Brandenburg were married in Danville Feb 19 Miss Thornberry is the oldest grand daughter of Mrs Alex Hendry and has for some time partially made her home with Mrs Hendry since the death of her father Rhoda Thornberry Miss Lee is one of Meade countys first class teachers having gotten a splendid education in the Bowling Green S N S She has a sunny disposition many charms and a host of friends in Meade county and here too Mr Gray is a prominent young lawyer having graduated from Danville law school in 1903 He was elected to the office of County Attorney in Meade two years 1 ater The scrioe together with their many friends wish Mr and Mrs Gray a long and happy life They will begin house keeping in Brandenburg the first of April Breckenridge Boy Making Good Hardinsburg March l7Specil Another Breckenridge boy who is making good away from here is Arthur Haswell son ref E C Haswell of Hardin burg Arthur is spending his second year at the State College and at the recent examinations he made the best grades of any member of his classes Ramseys Released On Bond Hardinsburg Ma ch l7Spec al Marvin Ramsey was released from jail Monday after lurmsuing a 300 bond it having been reduced irom 510 Cltve Runscy also in jail expects to secure bail unis week The Kumse s were brought Here trout Constantine on accuunt of u shooiing and cutting affray with u Mr Lucas end a Mr Robertson p wi MWS REBA ELIZABETH LEWIS The attractive and popular daughter of the Rev and Mrs J T Lewis of this city She is a lovely modest young girl and has a beautiful influence with her associates Miss Lewis is also a graceful skater P Economizes the use of flour but ter and eggs makes the biscuit cake and pastry more appetiz ing nutritious and wholesome balba1tIng ABSOLUTELY PURE This is the only baking RoyalGrape it Has No Substitute There are Alum and Phosphate of Lime mixtures sold sta lower price bat no housekeeper regarding the heait4 of her family can afford to use them = Hardinsburg Items Franklin Kincheloe has returned from a visit to his sisters Misses Nannie and Della who are in school at Barbour ville Charley Edmunds has gone to Louis ville where he has accepted a position as night clerk at the Willard Hotel in the place of Mr Pace who recently re signed to go on the road vttb Alex Jones and Charlie Edwards at the Willard two of their three clerks are from Breckenridge Mr and Mrs I B Richardson ofI Garfield were guests of Mr and Mrs Paul Compton Sunday Mi s Ray Heyser of Cloverport was the charming guest of Mrs D R Murray several days last week Robert A Smith was the guest of his daughter Mrs Orren Hardin near Cloverport Sunday Miss Kathleen Walkerof Bewlevville arrived last week to visit Dr and Mrs W A Walker Mr and Mrs David Penick of Custer were here Sunday visiting their parents Mr and Mrs John Stith Dr A M Kincheloe has traded the house now occupied by Andrew Eldor to Cajah Robbins for a farm Mr Robbins will move to town as soon as Mr Elder can vacate the building On account of his being ill Rev B ABrandon failed to fill his appointment here Sunday the first time sickness has caused him to fail to preach in four een years L L Mitchell of Holt was here Saturday to see his children Miss Bessie and Will who are attending the Normal John P Haswell Sr wont to Louis ville last week While away he wanton to Frankfort to take a look at the ast actions of the legislature which came to an end today Jeff Hook has tendered the skating ink to the Ladies Aid of the M E hurch South on Thursday night of his week Mufic popular prices and the cause will doubtless give a full louse Mr Hook will give the rink one right ouch to the different churches of the town whenever their aids or organizations desire it Frank DeHaven has sold his property m Louisville street Mr DeHaven vill probably build another residence in the spring He will not leave town An epidemic of sore eyes struck this own and vicinity last week The iorenes lasts only a few days Jailer RH Shellman is able to be on he streets again Rev Everts English has received a call to the pastorship of the Sandy Hill church in Meade county at whioh place he preached Sunday 1 John Cook of Custer was in town MondayMiss Moorman is here to re main several months with her sister Mrs D R Murray Nicholas Powers of Brasil Ind was here several days last week visiting Dennie Shaeran and other relatives John Skillman returned to Lexington Sunday to take up his studies at the A M CollegeMr Mrs Roscoe Severs are guests of Mr and Mrs H lI BeardJgg County Court Clerk Win F Hook hAs issued the following marriage license since last weeks report Henry M King Stella Crabtree Alfred Hawkins Bessie Burton Remus Basham Laura HicksVic Pile was here visiting his brother Monday and Tuesday He will return to Montana in a short time where he expects to make his home Quarterly court brought a good many people to to n Monday IIardins iurg is enjoying the most prosperous term in its history Roy Evan Moorman goes to his fathers tomorrow the occasion being Editor Moormans birthday which he always observes at home if possible Theres no better place in all the laud for n birthday celebration than in the hospitable home of W R Moorman of Planters Hall Stock Farm Nowhere in Kentucky are the good sense and liberal just views of the pea pie to be commended than in Brecken ruge county We raise tobacco lots of it We are organized as growers we want good prices and right treatment from buyer and grower and these are things that have universally been given and receive i Tobacco has been sold at- wood prices and delivered in a satis factory manner Money hits passed to the hands of the growers in exchange for their commodity and contentment and raasonabe prosperity have reigned The dove of peace perches ith us ard thanks the farmers of our county men we have faith to proclaim that it will remain undisturbed and as tranquil as justice and reason would have it No plant bed scraping no night riding no threatening nothing but that calm and ready adherence to the Golden Rule that marks this section of Kentucky as one that will m the future as in the pastrule by reason never resorting to the cover of the darkness to do an unlawful deed even when it is done with the belief that good may be as a forced consequence We are proud of Breckenridge county and her record May she live long and lose none of her good name for justice moderation and H legal way of going for what she would have different n y H l 1 FOR BARGAINS GO TO R M JOLLY Irvington Ky t Ir I The Fighting IIII Chance II IICoprrfght 1900 1808 by the by Carne Robert Publishing W CompanyII also had suddenly become aware of her own limits In the same direction Forgive me dear I meant no mockery I know After awhile a man finds laughter difficult I was not laughing atanything I was only pretending to be happy Your happiness is before you he said sullenly My future you mean You know I am exchanging one for the other And some day you will awake to the In famy of it You will comprehend the depravity of the monstrous trade I made And then and then she passed one slim hand over her tace then you will shako yourself free from this dream of me then awake my punishment at your hands will be gin Dear no man In his right senses can continue to love a girl such as I amAfter a long silence Do you think before the year is out that you might be granted enough courage he asked No I shall not even pray for It I want what Is offered me He might have stopped me He did not And now what Is there on earth to halt me Love cannot Common decency and courage cannot Fear of your unhappiness and mite cannot No even the certitude of your contempt some day Is powerless to halt me now I could not loveI am utterly Incapable of loving you enough to balance the sacrifice And that is finale S S S Grace PerraVl came into the room and found a duel of silence In prop ress under the dull fire glow tinting the ceiling Another quarrel she commented turning on the current of the drop light above the desk from which SI ward had risen at her entrance You quarrel enough to marry Why dont youI wish we could said Sylvia sim plyGrace laughed What a little foe you are I she said tenderly scatlrg herself In SI wards chair nnd dropph one hand over his where It rested on the arm Stephen cant you mnk hora big strong fellow like you Oh well on your heads be It My con science ls now clear for the first time and Ill never meddle again SJio gave Slwnrds hand a perfunctory pat and released him with a discreetly stir fled yawn Im disgracefully sleepy The wind Mow like fury along the coast Sylvia have you had n good tine at Shotovor tho time of your lifeSylvia raised her eyes and encoun tered Si wards I certainly have she said faintly The dinner was very gay The cero mony of christening tho Shotovor cup which Qtinrrlcr had won proceetU I with presentation speech and a speech of acceptance faultlessly common place during which Quarrier wore rots smile which WitS the only humorous thing he contributed The cup vas full Slwurd eyed It perplexed ondly afraid yet seeing no avenue of escape from what must ap pear a puldlc exhibition of for Quarrier If he refused to contemptII contents That meant a bad night for him Yet he shrank more from the certain misinterpretation of a refusal to drink from tho huge loving cup with Its heavy wreath of scouted or chid now already on its way toward him than he feared tho waking strut gle so sure to follow Marlon received time cup lifted It In both hand and said distinctly Good hunting an she drank to Quarrier Ilor brother Gordon took It and drank entirely too much Then Sylvia lifted it her white handy half burled among the orchids To you she murmured for Slward ear alone then Intuit gnyly mischievously To the teni lhotI at Suoiovef And Slwnnl took cup 1 salute victory he sold theII ing always and everywhere To him who takes the fighting chance and wlJlIl out To the best man Health And hf drank an a gentleman drinks with a gay bow to Quarrier and with depth In his heart Later the Irony of It struck him so grimly 1iit IK uipd and Sylvia l osldo him Iloi I Iii r1 dismayed to see til giy rlrr iIn L Gar Tiir t p iiiii oflIrr of Indigestion In Itself a true disease We think of Dyspepsia yettheyiUTI slclmessnothing else ShoopfnStomachItcmedyDr directtoand favor to Dr Shoop and his Roitoratlvo With out that original and highly vital principle no o werooyortobehadForbreath and sallow complexion try Dr Shoopl Restorative Tablets or Liquid and see for your themSully Dr SHoops RestorativeALL IROBERTI itii Acres decanter roused him to fierce desire but he fought it down un til only the deadened tearing ache re- maIned to shake and loosen every nerve And when Ferrall finishing his usual batch of business letters ar rived to cut In if needed Siward drop ped his cards with a shudder and rose so utterly unnerved that Captain Voucher noticing his drawn face ask ed him If he were not ill He was leaving on an earlier traIn than the others having decided to pass through Boston and Deptford at whl h latter place he meant to leave Saga more for the winter In care of the manager of his mothers farm so he took a quiet leave of those to whom tho civility might not prove an Inter ruption In the big hall he passed Marlon and stopped to take his leave No he would do no hunting this season either at Carysford or with the two trial packs at Eastwood Possibly at Warrenton later but probably not Business threatened to detain him in town more or less And that was all unless he disturbed Sylvia seated at cards with Quarrler and Major Belwether and Leila Mortimer and very intent on the dummy very still and a trifle pallid with the pallor of concentration- So that was all then Ascending the stairs a servant hand ed him a letter bearing the crest of the Lenox club He pocketed it unopened and continued his way In the darkness of his own room he sat down the devils own clutch on his shrinking nerves a deathly desire tear Ing at his very vitals and every vein a tiny trail of fire run riot He had been too long without It too long to endure too craving aroused by that gay draft from Quarriers loving cup The awakened fury of his desire ap pallet him and for awhile that occu tIed him enabling him to endure But fear and dismay soon passed in tho purely physical distress lIe walked Iho floor haxpird the sweat starting on his face he lay with clinched hands stiffened out across the bed deafened by the riotous clamor of his pulses conscious that he was holding out unconscious how long ho could hold out He turned on the light later to look for his pipe and he caught a glimpse of himself In the mirror It was a sick man who stared back at him out of hollow eyes and the physical revul sion shocked him Into something resembling self command Dn you he said fiercely setting his teeth and staring back at his reflected face Ill kill you yet be fore Ive finished with you Thou he tilled his pipe and opening his bedroom window sat down rest lug his aunt on the sill A splendid moon slavered the sea Through the Intonse stillness he heard the surf magnificently dissonant among the reefs and he listened fascinated loathing the tides as he feared and loathed the Inexorable tides that surged and ebbtil with his accursed desire Once he said to himself weakly for he was deadly tired What am I making the fight for anyway 1 And Who are you making tho fight forV echoed his heavy pulses He had asked that question und resolved that answer before After all It had been for his mothers sake uloue And now and now His heart boat out another answer and before his eyes two other eyes seemed to open fearlessly sweetlyI divinelyI 1 tender But they were no longer his mothers grave gray eyes After tho seer ond pipe he re membered his letter It gave him something to do so he opened It and tried to read it but for a long while in his confused physic I al and mental Little by little he began conditionI he to comprdicnd Its could make no purportsense of It Llttlo by little ho began to compre hend its purport that his resignation was regretfully requested by the governors of the Lonox club for reasons unassignedThe of the thing came to him after awhile like a distant dull report long after tho flash of the explosion Well the affair bad enough at first was turning worse that was till How much of that sort of discredit could a man stand and keep his balance And what would his mother saj Confused from his own physical suf fering time blow had fallen with a leadened force on nerves already numbed but his half stupefied aCIluljj escence had suddenly become a pain ful recoil when he remembered where the brunt of tho disgrace would fall where the center of suffering must al ways be and the keenest grlof conc n trated Housed appalled almost total ly unnerved ho stood strrlng at the letter beginning to realize what it would moan to his mother A passion jf remorse and resentment swept him She must bo spared that There must c Koine wav HOmo pu11 Is hJ1l cnt for his L Easy Confinement If you have cause to fear tie pains of childbirth remember that they are due to weakness or dis ease of the womanly organs and that healthy women do sot suffer like week ones The specific Medicinal vege table Ingredients off which that famous female medicine tad wo manly tonic WINE OF CAROUIWOMANS b composed will build up the womanly organs to a healthy state and thus prevent needless suffer lag Before my confinement writes Mrs Rose Scbubarth of Monument Colo I had such bearing down pains I didnt know what to do Cardul quickly relieved me Some months later I bad a fine 12Ib baby was sick only thirty minutes and did not even have a doctor At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE statigg ago and describing symp toms to Ladfe Advlsory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn E 3d offense that coulO not sirlre tier through hint It was wicked it was contemptible insane to strike her What were the governors of the Lenox about a lot of sniveling hypocrites pandering to the horrified snobbery at the Patroons Who were they anj way to discipline him 1 Scarce one In fifty among the members of the two clubs was qualified to sit in judgment on a Slward But that tempest of passion and mortification passed too leaving him standing there dumb desperate star Ing at the letter crushed In his shaking hand lIe must see somebody some mem ber of the Lenox mind do something something Ferrall Was that Fer ralls step on the landing He sprang to the door and opened It Quarrler passing the corridor turned an expressionless visage toward him and passed on with a nod almost Imperceptible Quarrler1 he called swept by n sudden Impulse Quarrier halted and turned Could you give me a moment here In my room I wont detain you The faint trace of surprise faded from Quarriers face Ho quietly re traced his steps und entering Slwards room stood silently confronting its pallid tenant Will you sit down a moment Quarrler seated himself In the arm chair by the window and Siward found a chair opposite Quarrier said the younger man turning n tensely miserable face on his visitor I want to ask you something Ill not mince mutters You know that the Iatroons have dropped mo and you know what for Yes 1 know When I was called before the bourn of governors to explain the mutter if I could you wore sitting on that hoard Yos I denied the charge but refused to explain You remember Quarriur nodded coldly And I was dropped by the club A slight Inclination of Quarriers nyramotrlcal head corroborated him Now said Siward slowly and very distinctly I shall tell you unofficially what I refused to tell the other govern ors officially And as he begun speak ing Quarters face flushed then the features became Immobile set and In ert nnd his eyes grew duller and duller as though under a smooth surface the soul inside of him was shrinking back Into some dark corner silent watchful suspicious and perhaps defiant Mr Quarrler said Slward quietly I did not take that girl to the Pa troons club and you know it Quarrler was all surface now lIe lead drawn away Internally so far that even his eyes seemed to recede until they scarcely glimmered through tho slits In his colorless music And Si ward went on I knew perfectly well what sort of women I was to moot at that fool sup per Billy Fleotwood gave and you must hive too for the girl you took In was no stranger to you tier name is Lydla Vyso I believe The slightest possible glimmer In the elder mans eyes was all tho answer he granted What happened said Siward calm ly was this She hot me sho could so disguise herself that I could safely take her Into any club in New York I bet her she couldnt I never dreamed of trying Besides she was your din nor partner he added with a shrug Quarrler said Siward earnestly what happened in the club lobby I dont exactly know because I was not in u condition to liana I admit it that was the trouble with me When I left Fleetwoods rooms I left with a half dozen mono I remember cross ing Fifth avenue with them and the next thing I remember distinctly was loud talking In time club lobby and a number of uitii there and a slim youngI follow In Inverness and top hat In theI center of a crowd whose face was the face of jf ctrl Lrdln Yzsti And that Is absolutely allt gfr couldnt do more than deny that I took her there Unless I told what I knew andI of course that was not possible even In self defense But it was for you to admit that I was right and you did not You dared not You let another man blunder Into your private affairsI and fall a victim to circumstantial evi dence which you could have refuted and It was up to you to say something And you did not And now what arc you going to do The Lenox club has taken this thing up A man cant stand too much of that sort of thing What am I to do I cant defend myself by betraying my accidental knowledge of your petty private affairs So I leave it to you I ask you what are you going to do- Do you meanQuarrIers voice was not his own and he brought iit harshly under command do you mean that you think it necessary for me to say I knew her What object- would be attained by that I did no take her to time Patroons Nor did L Ask her how she go there Learn the truth from her man What proof is there that I ever met her before I took her into supper at FleetwoodsProof 1 you mad All I ask of you Is to say to the governors what I cannot say without using your name You wlsL me asked Quarrier Icily lito deny that you made that wager I can do thnt You cant do ltl I did make that betOh Then what is it you wish me to say Tell them the truth Tell them you know I did not take her to the club You need not tell them why you knov it You need not tell them how much you know about her whose brougham she drove home in I cant defend my self at your expense intrench myself behind your dirty little romance What could I say I denied taking her to the club Then Major Belwether con fronted me with my wager Then I shut up And so did you Quarrler so did you seated there among the governors between Leroy Mortimer and Belweter It was up to you and you did not stir Stir echoed the other man exasperated Of course I did not stir What did I know about It Do you think I care to give a man like Mortimer a hold on me by admitting I knew anything Or Belwether do you think I care to have that man know anything about my private and personal business Din you expect me to suy that I was In a position to prove any thing one way or another And he added with Increasing harshness how do you know what I might or might not prove If she went to the Pa troons club 1 did not go with her I did not see her I dont know whether or not you took her- I have already told you that I did not take her said Slward turning whiterYou told that to the governors too Tell them aaln If you like I decline to discuss this matter with you I de cline to countenance your unwarranted Intrusion Into what you pretend to believe are my private affairs I decline to confer with Belwether or Mortimer Its enough that you are inclined to meddle Ills cold anger was stirring He rose to his full muscular height slow menacing his long pale fingers twisting his silky beard Its enough that you meddle he repeated As for the matter in question a dozen men inclu ling myself heard you make a wager and later I myself was a witness that the terms of that wager had been carried out to the letter 1 know absolutely nothing except that Mr Siward nor it appears do you for you were drunk at the time and you have admitted it to me III have asked you said Siward rIs- Ing and very grave I have asked you to do the right timing Are you going to do It Is that a threat Inquired Quarrler showing the edges of his well kept teeth Is this intimidation Mr Sl ward Do I understand that you tire proposing to bespatter others with scandal unless I am frightened Into going to the governors with the flimsy excuse you attempt to offer me In other words Mr Siward are you bent on making me pay fpr what you be hove you know of my private life 1 Is it really intimidation 1 And still Siward stared into his half veiled sneering eyes speechless There is only one name used for this kind of thing added Quarrler taking a quick involuntary step back ward to time door as tho blaze of fury broke out lu Slwards eyes Good God Quarrier whispered Si ward with dry lips what a cur you are What a cur And long after Quarrier had passed1 i the door and disappeared in the cornsl dor Slwarc stood there frozen mo l tionless under the icy waves of rage that swept him Toward midnight seated in his chair by the window a deathly lassitude weighing his heart he heard the steps of people on time stairway the click of tho ascending elevator gay voices call ing good nlpht a ripple of laughter the silken swish of skirts In the corridor doors opening and closing then silence creeping throughout the house on tho receding heels of departure For along while ho sat there listening The cool lad from the ocean blew his curtains far into the room where they bellleu out fluttering floating subsiding only to rise again in the freshening breeze He sat watching their silken convolutions stupidly for awhile then rose and closed his window and raised the window on the i south for purposes of air As he turned to adjust his transom something white thrust under the door caught his eye and ho walked over Nut dceiv it across the sill It Continued on Page Soven 1 A Reliable Remedy CATARFOR RH Elys Cream Balm IIs quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects I the diseased membrane resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the Ilead quickly Restores the Souses of Taste and Smell Full siz LiquidOroomEly Brothers GO Warren Street Now York Charles sold Coleridge one day to Lamb did you ever hear me preach- I never heard you do anything else said Lamb Good For Everybody pronninentt altl that has been said of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine It is good for every body It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and efficient manner and builds up the system Electric Bitters is the best spring medicine ever sold over a druggists count erl as a blood purifier it is unequaled SOc at Severs Drug Co First Boatman to Second DittoEs got more brains In is cad than you and me an got in the rest of our bod ies London Tatler KILLTHECUGHAND WITH Dr KII DiscoveryII II AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAGTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED Milleri Br Ii ck Tile Ca1In- corporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v v Main Office looms 8 and 10 1 O 0 F Building Owensboro Kentucky Land For Sale By Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky Town Property AvenueWell C 1 750 155 acres on lardinsburg and4 r Mulls Of sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwelling andl beectlmbtimberllbhauledLlmestonlandyearroundeasy pavments 4 1 950 S52 acres on Hordlnsburg and milesfromonestorydwellingsblacksmith shop all necessary outhouses130 acres under cultivation and pasture 222 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water the year round Onethird cash andgood easy terms on balance 750 FARM FOR SALEH mile oft of Oloverportand landtwogodryagoodorelmrd JnoDIfSuhlle paymentsLAND FOR SALK FOR SALE16O acres of land situated near fromGarfieldImprovementsgood tobacco and stock barn corn crib 40 soldFinoDnehbace800 KB and acres 0 miles from Cloverport onCloverportprovements uroom dwelling barn 28x36 feet and other out buildings 12 acres In orchard acresInbalance In state of good cultivation Two Goodlimestonewheat Well located for market Onethird cash balance on easy terms 850 72 acre farm 4H miles from Clo howling smalldwulllngsl aDdaspring 33 acres cleared land balance In woods 7 acret In orchard Raised 20000 pounds of tobaccoln 1000 sold It at S8 fs andj2 On six acres of the wood land there are farmforThisIssmall farm FOR SALEA splendid stand for a druggist sumroundedby stoplgtoAn old established physician wants to retires the reason for selling Kor further partic ulars address JNO D HAHHAOK Clover port Ky ipOUUCcnn tromHoltIn good shop good fenclug one good dwel ling house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn 30x48 toot neverfailing sprlug two ponds This is good tobacco wheat and corn land 20 acres in timber wlttto oak sugar tree and fruitGood t road to Holt IK wileS This farm Is not worn out It is good land and In good mix Just the t farm for u man with a small family L J J Meal and Feed at Mortons Mill We have just put in late improved Corn and Feed Mill grinddand furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTON Owner r OFlFoundryMachine Boiler t ElectricalGasoline Boat 11Tin and Galva nized Work Plumbers Mill Boat and Tin ners SuppliesCome ClovorporlFoundryMachine Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Correspondence Solicited StylishComf able Tr r made clothes All the latest patterns foi suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE J Casper May Co Cannelton Ind MEN AND LADIES OF IIYOUNO LEARN WANTED TO TELEGRAPHYand before mand for Telegraph Operators Over thoRailroadshour law passed by lost Congress and going into effect next March We Absolutely Guarantee Positions Un der a 1 50 Guaranty Bond monthforUnder Main Line Wire 250 miles In length In our sclioal rooms Established over expensesCatalog NATIONAL TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE I CINCINNATI O JEWELRY- The finest and bestfof all kinds WatchesClocks Silverware Holloware Flatware Musical instruments and findings TI Ca Lewis Son Hardinsburg Ky H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of Breckonrldgo and adjoining counii or Special attention Riven to collections Jroad cases and criminal practice Llconsa- o practlco tn United States Dlstrl Courts f- r7tDee over Bank of lIardlnsburJt t i p i Advertising Cards Bank Supples Bill Heads Blank Forms BlottersBooklets BookletsBriefs i Business Cards 1 CalendarsCalling CataloguesChecks Circulars Collection Envelopes Consecutive Numbering Copper Plate Engraving Dance Orders Deposit Slips Drug EnvelopesII EnvelopesFactory FansGrocers Slips Hotel Stationery Hand Bills BILLY SUNDAYIN i TURf The Great Base Ball Player and Evangelist Holding a Great Revival l JT DITTO SENDS PARTICULARS The Breckenridge News is enjoying the Decatur Review which Mr John T Ditto has sent that the staff might get the particulars of the Sunday revival being held in Decatur Ill The revival has been going on five weeks for the purpose of getting voters to vote whisky out of that city at a coming election The Sunday meetings are being held in a tabernacle erected by volunteer labor Some of the most prominent lawyers doctors merchants and other men of Decatur worked on the struc ture Mr Ditto put in a days work on it The building seats 4500 persons and every night since the revival began people have been turned away by the thousands The audience begins as sembling at the tabernacle at 530 in the afternoon and remains there until 10 oclock and later Some of Sundays preaching isIIGo home and live your religion Bake bread sweep the house wash the dishes dress the children slop the hogs harness the horses with your re ligion Live your honeymoon over again Buy your wife some flowers JShell wear longer over the washboard The Lucky Quarter- Is the one you pay out for a box of Dr Kiugs New Life Pills They bring you the health thats wore precious than jewels Try them for headache bilious ness constipation and malaria If they disappoint you the price wilt be cheer fully refunded at Severs Drug Co INEURALCIAI SCIATICA OHCUMATISM iI t dACf ACHE PAIN IN CHEST- DISTRES51N t ij 1 = 00 I I What Do You Want in This List Look it Over Send us the Order H DO IT TODAY Good Stationery Printed Pays T 4 the BreckenridgeNews JNO D EABBAGE Editor and Publisher Printer Stationer Newsdealer Our MottoPrinting That Pleases Prof II A llowell of Savannah Cuba I Recommends Chamberlains Cough Remedy liAs long ago as I cah remember my mother was n faithful user and friend of Chamberlains Cough Remedy but never in my life have I realized its true value until now writes Prof H A Howell of 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 i dition was desperate He could not lieI down and it was necessary to have himI in the arms every moment Even then breathing was difficult I did notIbis 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 recovered Under the circumstances I wouldnot 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 New PrincessDress Effect Onepiece princess dresses will be among the favored fashions for spring says Grace Margaret Gould the fashion editor in the March the Spring Fashion Number of the Womans Home Companion Thdy are cut out at the neck to show a guimpe and are made sleeveless or with half sleeves showing the guimpe slleevo below A year ago a dress of this sort would have been more apt to bo developed in some highpriced fabricand used only asa best dress This spring it will be regarded as an everyday fashion and be made of such materials as panama mo hair and lightweight serge DeWittw Little Early Risers small safe sure little liver pills Sold by all druggists Bridge Proposition Feasible Mr lames Myers and Squire Bob Sheets of West Point are very much encouraged over prospects of building the bridge across Salt river Capt Burgess U S Engineer of Louisville has viewed the proposed site and it looks from his report that the government will allow the bridge to be constructed as it will not interfere with the navaga tion of Salt river The banks where the bridge will be constructed are fifty feet above low water mark and when the stream over flows it is not navigable because there is no place to land It is thought that the government will allow the bridge to be built eight feet higher than the I C bridge which would al low the steamer Bellview to pass under during high water and make the abatements jusl thirty feet higher than the banks The bridge will be a single span of 250 feet and will cost complete about 25000 The approaches on the Jefferson side which will have to beI built by Jefferson county will cost about 10000 and the approaches on the Hardin side will be 300 beet and will cost about 3000 As soon as the money can be raised at West Point for the survey and plans for the bridge the matter of its construction will be taken up with the War Department The bridge proposition now seems entirely feasible and we can see no reason why it should not be builtElizabethtown Mirror Remember that when tne stomach indiIgestionen these weak inside nerves with Dr Snoops Restorative and then see how quickly health will again return Weak heart and Kidney nerves can also bi strengthened with the Restorative where heart pains palpitation or kidney weak ness is found Dont drug the stomach nor stimulate the heait or kidneys That is wrong Go to the cause of the ailments Strengthen these weak inside nerves with Dr Snoops Restorative and get well A simple single test will surely tell All dealers FOR No Use to Die I have found out that there is no 11I to die of lung trouble as long as you can Ret Dr Kings New Discovery says Mrs J IV White of Rushboro PatII would not be alive today only for that wondetful medicine It loosen- up a cough quicker than anything eland + e cures lung disease even afttr the case is pronounced hopeless This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds lagrippe1 athma bronchitis and hoarseness is sold under guarantee at Severs Drug Go SOc and 1 Trial bottle free- Christine Bradley South Helped tier Father Win Lexington Ky March 7Mrs Christine Bradley South of Frankfort Ky the only child of the newlyelected United States senator William O Bradley has been a great help to her fattier during his political fights and especially in the one which closed here lust Fri day Mrs South is a typical Kentucky girl She is a perfect exponent of the farfamed Kentucky h spitality and it has often been said by strangers that five minutes after you have mot Mrs South you feel as if you had known her all her lifeShe has been her fathers confi dent and advisor since leaving school and it is largely owing to her tact and good judgement that he captured the United States senatorship from Oov Oackh+ m with odds apparently so overwhelmingly against him She knows every politician of importance in tue state and with a womans instinct is often enabled to counsel1 hurii fattier so that he will not become com i promised with unscrupulous men who I might be seeking to use him to further their own interests She was at the bal loting for senator nearly every day dur ing the campaign and did much toward cheering her fathers spirits when everything I looked so dark for him She is a I charming conversationalist and by her I brilliant rowers in this respect and her magnetic personality she won over many men to her fathers cause But piehaps the greatest pleasure she experienced u DRMILES ANTIPAIN PILLS 1i Ii I STOMACH 3SLEEPLESSNESS Well Headache TAKE ONE f of the Little Tablets AND THE PAIN is GONE c InvoicesLabels LabelsLeases LeasesLetterheads LetterheadsMail Merchandise Envelopes MenusNotes NotesNotices NoticesOffice pplies Order Blanks Order Books PamphletsPay PostersPrice ProgrammesReceipts Round Cornering Shipping Tags Society Emblems TicketsTypewriter Letters Vochers Wedding Stationery was when the four Democrats went over lo the Republicans and nominated her father Directly after the election Mrs South said This is the happiest day of my life for father is elected senator and the Ofscourse I have always rejoiced when he- W successful but this time the fight OPIpositionelection is the greatest triumph of his life IIMrs South is the wife of Dr John G South a rising young physician of Frankfort nnd a strong Democrat Mrs South will likely sccompany her father to Washington and spend most of the season with him as she is nl1 ready well known at the capitalSt Louis Globe Democrat 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 Ireven ticsis certainly complete Its a 100 against 25 centspretty 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 Preveu tics Asa All dealers Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc Annual sues 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 pur year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a fines opportunity foramen with a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGK Cloverport Ky Kodol is today the best known and most reliable remedy for all disorders of the stomach such as dyspepsia heart burn sour btomitcli and belching cf gas Kodol contains the fame juices found in a healthy stomach Kodol is pleasant to take It is guaiantatd to give relief and is sold here by till druggists r n n 7 If you hav- eHeadache R Try One They Relieve Pain Quickly Iervir3 no Load Aftereffects 25 Doses 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulk The ji LouisvilleTimes A i is the livcst afternoon paper published anywhere It prints the news right up to the min ute Four or more editions every day The regular price of The Times iis Sa your but you can got the I Breckenridge News A 9 r AND THE- Louisville fSi Times Both One Year For 500 m If you will send your order to this paper NOT to The Times Louisville Evansville Packet CoIN- COKPOHATIU I v Past Passenger and Freight VI Line between Louisville and Evansville Steamers Tell City- Tarascon Leave Louisville Monday Wotltifs day Friday and Saturday at 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at 6- pm pnsacIiocJticketsments delivered quicker than ltd rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 200 Clove rport to Evansville 200 Cloverport to Owensboro 100 Splendidaccommodations for atocl General Office 154150I58 4th it Louisville Ky C V WILLIWS 8 F ark P A Chas F Taylor Receiver rr I f THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BADBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO u Issued Every Wednesday i rst riplion Price 100 a year or 125 if 1 aid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of i 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES I charged for at the rate of 5 coats per line Money h ulvance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- 3tihen ordering a change in the address subscribers should give tnoir old as well as the now add- ressEIGIJIPAGESI C c = ===WEDNESDAY MARCH 18 1908 It makes us all rInd when the boys grow up rood honest reliable i men says the Farm Journal One of thin surest ways to have them so is for father to bo that way himself It is easier to tramp through the snow if some one has been that way before you and made a path The Farm Journal is chuck full of gumption and has the largest circulation of any farm paper in the world It is good everywhere 1 We offer for a short time a combination subscription to advancepaying subsoribers to the Breckenridgo News a year ahead i and the Fnim Journal for the balance of 190S and all of 1909 1910 1911 und 1912 both papers for only 125 No other paper around here can oflor this GIVE HIM A CHAACE ont lot the boy have to askor worse yet tease for every cent of spending money Every child should contribute his share to the work of the farm simply because it is right and by no means should he expect pay for doing his duty However to cultivate a spirit of thrift and independence the orphan lamb the pet pig or a few hens may well be the monoIY accruing therefrom his also The larger boy may cultivate a parcel of the farm small or largo according to circumstances on shares foundwiththat the average boy will he ai careful and wise in expending hie own money RS his fathers moneyFarm Journal The News endorses every word of our Hardihsburg corrro pond ontIt is wen said and smacks of the right spirit As the News has said all along there is no trouble in our good old county of Breckon ridge There can be no trouble wh Mi every plan does his duty to himself his neighbor and his God Thats jUt what we all should strive to do Let every man govern himself and his own business before ho turns his attention to his neighbors All pull and wale to pother Give every man a square deal and a fair chance whether he 1 be a tonent landowner or dealer This applies to the raising of tons bacco well as merchandising or any calling in this good land of ours Good fellowship and fair dealing in everything should bo the keynote Dont give currency to idle gossip and evil reports Sup press the night rider talk and youll kill the night riders Get right down to your own business do the best you can raise as much as you can of good stun and you will always find a market and a good price I I are I be we can i are we us n Mrs Lizzie Bivens is quite ill at this R J Tindle who has been suf fering with the grip for some time iis daughter Mrs Oscar Bnttmnn of Happy Hollow The farmers here are busy burning and getting ready for another crop Tindle visited friends at Pates ville Sunday evening The Misses Johnson spent Tuesday and at Goering visiting relativesClarence Dunley of Goering was the guest of friends here Sunday even ing Spring school commenced here lion day with Miss Anna Lamb of Pates ville as teacher Miss Emma Clark of Patesville is attending school here Mrs Dave Isom and children of Goering spent Thursday the guests of her sister Mrs Ollie Johnson Emmet Hawe of Gatewood moved into the James Lay property Mr and Mrs Richard Sapp of Ow onsboro have moved back to their old May of Hickman county spent Friday night with C B Johnson and family Miuec Myrtle and Alma Harris spent Saturday with Mines Gladys and Edna Powers MJw Anna Belle Tate of Pincheco spent a few days last week with Miss Ina Johnson Misses Anna Lamb and Emma Clark of Patesville are boarding with Mrs Jane Newbury Misses Carrie Basham and Flora Newbury spent Sunday with Miss Seneda Powers- J H Basham bought a fine cow from Wave Tindle last week Misses Elsie and Rebecca Lamb of Patesville spent Friday with Misses Carrie and Pearl Basham Eddie Powers and Charlie Johnson were in Saturday of last Laulahe of Patesville vis ited friends here Friday Misses Bessie and Tishie Johnson and Messrs Clarence Dunlevy and Eddie Powers spent Sunday with F B Addie and Lucy Corley visited their sister Mrs Vina jarboe of Pates ville last week Clifton Corley of Patesville is a reg i SIRS MARY DIETER MARY MEYER Thomson near Shell Road Win field Ll NY writes I have been annoyed with a cough for years Often it was so bad that I could not sleep half tho night Many I Was Feared people thought I had woman recom mended Peruna tome two years ago I began to take Peruna and now I am perfectly free from a cough I am glad to say that Peruna cured me entirely- I take Poruna when I do not feel well and I also give it to my is tho best modicinofor coughs and colds I have told many people how much Poruna has helped mol Mrs Ilottio Green R R No 0 Iuka Ill writes as follows of the efficacy of November I had catarrh and felt so miserable I thought that I would go into I tried so many doctors and medicines but nothing did me any good only I began the use of Poruna I be gan to improve in every way My head I did not hurt so much my stomach is all right my bowels are regular my appe I tite good my clear my eyes are bright and am gaining in flesh I and strength- I think Peruna has no equal as a catarrh I remedy Peruna tends to lessen the cough decreases the I the patient increases the appetite and in many cases procures sound refresh ing sleep ular visitor here Sunday Mrs Harret Burnett spent Wednes WAA VIllt4 I SpringII VERYBODY invited attend We pleased opening which demonstration New Fashions spring summer Every department the store donned spring clothes We stand ready supply every the coming apparel home furnishings goodhumori Shoes Star brand shoes better Saidstyles the latest IIEnough Cant We ca- nIi show you better tell you Hats Swann what sell We will show you and tell you why ifyou will give the chance All the latest colors and styles DUKES writingMrs improving herIplantbeds Wednesday Cloverport weekLawrence NewburyMisses MRS Consumption consumption- A occasionally childrenPoruna PerunaLast consumption PorunaAfter complexion expectoration strengthens announce has youj Notions Womens Neckwear New creations in muslin lace Jabots Merry Widow bows dried collars white and colored Belts Complete showing the latest styles Hand Bags Nothing but the latest Hosiery Lisle Gauze and Veils You will not find anything like them this side of Louisville The popular colors blue black EmbroideryLa- dies shirt fronts Embroidered white goods and In have never before been able find our patrons the qualities and values have bought this spring f1tfJWlt 1M tIl J jo I AY OJ rJ 4- in = mML MISS ISKVIjAII n HIIOOME Miss Boulah B Broomo 409 12th St N E Washington D C writes- I have suffered from weak lungs and catarrhal troubles for four years brought Weak Lungs For Years on by many neglected colds but on the recommendation of a friend I gave Peruna an honest trial and I am pleased to state that It restored me to perfect health There Is not the slightest trace of catarrh in my system and my lungs are perfectly sound 1 unhesitatingly give this testlmo njalMrs William Hohmann 509 Paul ina St Chicago ill writes I suffered with catarrh of the bron chial tubes and hind a terrible cough over since a child After a while It got so bad I had cough both winter and summer Finally I burst a blood vessel in my throat from the strain of cough ing next a blood vessel in my stomach so I kept getting worse and doctoring and evon then could got no relief I thought and everybody else that I had consumption IIdecidedhope that it would do mo any good But after taking three bottles I noticed a change My appetite got bettor so I kept on never got discouraged Finally I scorned not to cough so much and time pains in my chest got bettor I am well now I cannot tell you how grateful I am and I cannot thank Poruna enough It has cured whore doctors have failed People who think they have better give it a trial day evening with Mrs Anna Howe Miss Jessie Wheatley is taking music MISS JOSIE SCIIAKTZKX Miss Josio Schaotzcl General Dolly ery Appleton Wisconsin writes- I contracted a severe cold which settled my lungs In very short order and it was not long until developed into a serious case of catarrh Every morning I would raise a of phlegm which was very disagreeable di gestion was poor and my lungs sore After a few doses of Peruna I began to mend and felt that if I kept taking it It onII not be long would be well I Consumption Prevented was right for In four weeks I was well againI Poruna is a grand medicine and wish to add my testimony to the many others you have Tho fight against consumption is becoming a national problem Everywhere we hear of sanitariums established at tho expense of the state for tho troatnjont of the vast army of The open air treatment fresh air and sunlight are recognized by the medical profession generally as being tho greatest necessities in the treatment of con sumption in all its stages Dr Hartman has many years ad vocated tho fresh air treatment con sumption At tho same time ho has recognized Poruna as a useful pallia tivo tho many distressing symptoms which accompany the white plague The promptness with which Peruna relieves a fresh cold and even removes chronic colds is wellknown This ranks Peruna as a reliable prophylactic against consumption I lessons on the violin from Kirtley Kin said of Patesville tA AJtA Ite rAlt4f t04 4 NJw 11 I w I is to are to our will be a true of the for and of its to need for season in and We s i J j Beat than icY Hats H H homeEllis I on y and laun of silk brown embroidered waist laces fact we to for we 0 J N to consumption on it lot My consumptives for for for un Dress GoodsOur new Dress Goods will be the center of admiration Never before have designers embodied such delicate colorings and designs in cotton linen and silks Never before have we made such a display Everything is here in white and colors Every fabric and shade that fashion smiles upon We have kept an eye on quality too to insure our patrons the best for the least money THouse FurnishingS A special is extended to the house keeps to visit this department This line is complete in every detail Wo have not only studied the tastes of our customers but have considered pries as well Early buyers always have the advantage of choicest selections ClothingW- ewill have everything ready in this department for the closest scrutiny Before you decide what you are going to wear and where you are going to buy it we want you to see the clothes that are made to fit and are fit to wear You will find them in our Clothing Department on our opening day ft 1 I 0 abl J1 ow J + 4wt J 7K I c T I s MssPillsAfter eating persons of a bilious habit will derive great benefit by taking one of these pills If you have been DRINKING TOO MUCH they will promptly relieve the nausea SICK HEADACHE restorethefeelIngsTake No Substitute She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAR 18 1908 PERSONAL j AND LOCAL I Subscribe for the News Mrs Percell is visiting in Paducah Baptist Baznr at Mrs Polks Match 24 Sterrett Jarboe went to Skillman Fri dayJoe DHuy has returned home to Evanston 111 Mrs Ed MoAfee was here Sunday from Irvington E J Snyder wss here from Hawes Wile Monday Wave Rolf went to Henderson 011 business Monday Gardner Agnew left Saturday night for OJdahoraa City Baptist Bazar at Mrs POlks next Tuesday Match 24 Mrs Alford Heston of Hardinsburg is the guest of Mrs Francis Sawyer Mrs J H Wills leaves Saturday for Owensboro to visit Mrs Lucy Temple Mrs Roscoe Severs and Miss Lula Severs spent Sunday with relatives at EkronMiss Nannie Williams of Glendeaue is the guest of Mr find Mrs Walter GrahamTaber Millor and Mr Rosenblatt of Hawesville ware the guests of friends SundayShapinsky Bros are positively closing out and are letting every garment go below cost Miss Anne Jarboe will entertain the Lucky Thirteen at hor home in the East End this afternoon Mrs J C Epley and son Frederick have been visiting friends and relatives in Hawesville and Henderson M Mrs J Byrne Severs has returned home from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Barrett in Owensboro Mrs Nannie Ferry is in Louisville visiting her daughter Mrs Wm Daw ley and her son Mr Frank Ferry Mr and Mrs Benton Eubanks and little daughter Alice arrived from Frankfcrt Friday night to visit Mr and Mrs R T Polk The Rev B M Currie attended the Mid Year Missionary Institute of the Louisville Methodist Conference which met at Henderson last week Mr and Mrs C F Mattingly of Henderson and Mr Emmett McDonald of Louisville have ben the guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Tom Mattir1gly Roy Moorman Roy Pate Lawrence Sales Fred Cox and Mack Brown five good skaters from Hardinsburg at tended the skating party Thursday night Mr and Mrs Tillman Pnuley have returned home to Mattoon 111 after a pleasant visit to relatives During their stay they were delightfully en tertained by Mrs Wm Emery and Mrs Wm Hoffious Hugh McGovern was in the city Thursday from Victoria Mr Mc Govern says it is a great inconvenience to the Victorians not to have a post office and he is very desirous that it ill be reestablished there Mrs James Cordrey who nlways has the correct styles in millinery has re coived some refined and beautiful hats for ladies and children They are teing opened this week and the public is in vited to see them Subscribe for the News Baptist Bazar at Mrs Polks March 24 Allen Pierce was in Louisville last weekMrs Jess Bohler went to Webster SundayBaptist Bazar at Mrs Polks March 24Miss I Inez Gregory has been visiting in Cannelton Mrs John Ryan is visiting in the McI Gavock neighborhood- Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt went to Louisville Monday Preston Green of Falls of Rough went to Louisville Saturday Misses Adelia and Kate Moorman returned to Louisville Sunday Mrs Robert Polk is in Louisville this week buying spring millinery- Mr and Mrs Chas Hook and chil dren went to Louisville Sunday Luby Adkisson of Lodiburg who has been ill for srme time is no better Mrs Hovious Behen went to Owens boro Friday for a visit to relatives James Hart of Louisville was the guest of Edward Morrison Sunday Miss Mattie Willis went to Louisville Tuesday to visit Mrs James B Ran fall Mrs W H Johnson of Dyke Texas was the guest of Mrs J M Fitch Fri da All the new magazines on sale at the News office A few back numbers at cost James Hart has returned to Louisville after a visit to Miss Mamie Elizabeth GrahamRichard Whitohouse of Vast Point made a short visit to relatives here last week Ed English will leave this week for Georgia where he will accept a position atPetoriaMiss Hicks and Mrs Ben Ridgaway returned home from Louis villa Friday Miss May Ileyser his returned to Itviiigtpu after a visit to Rev and Mrs James Lewis Miss Lolia Henley is expected this week from Louisville to visit Dr and Mrs R L Newsom Miss Lvdia Graham has gone to Louisville for a visit of two weeks to friends and relatives The members of the Mispah will be entertained at the home of Mrs Robert Pierce this afternoon Mr and Mis Fred Ferry spent Sat urday in Louisville the guests of Mr and Mrs II A Dawley Julius Dutschke of Holt was in Lodiburg Sunday with his brother August who is very ill Louis Sahlie brought down the creek last week 1285 lops for the Chairuiak ers Union Tell City Ind A lovely little girl arrived at the home f Mr and Mrs A J Keys Jr at Lodiburg the 10th of Match Misses Eva Edith and Grace Plank and Miss Jeunie M Harris went to Louisville today to see Ben HurIt We will take almost auy price to get rid of the remainder of our goods They must go this weekrShapinsky Bros Mr and Mrs Joe M Fitch and son were pleasantly entertained the home of W B Argabright Saturday and Sun dayMrs James Cordrey hns received a large line of new and handsome hats for spring and summer wear and they are on exhibition this week Ourman ager has accepted a better position and we will have to discontinue our store in this city so we are selling out very piece in the house below cost Shapinsky Bros We are selling and giving away our goods at the same time That is what we have to do for we must leave Clover port so come and get our shoes suits shirts and other bargains Shapinsky Bros Cushier Adair and Mr Rowland Smith of Stephens port were here Mon day en route to Tar Springs Mr Adair is cashier of The Two States Bank and says that business has been up to the standard in Stepbensport all winter Rapid changes of temperature are hard on the toughest constitution The conductor passing from the heated inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature of the platformthe canvasser spending an hour or so in a heated building end then walking against a biting windknow the difficulty of avoiding cold Scott Jf Emulsion strengthens the body so that it can better withstand the danger of cold from changes of temperature It will help you to avoid taking cold ALL DRUGGISTS 5Oo AND 100 Quitting the Business Our old friend Thos Anderson of Bewleyville sizes up the tobacco situa tion this way He said WhenI was a boy they whipped me to make me work in the tobacco patch Now tney want to whip me if I do work in it so darned if I dont qnit the business nnd go at something else I dont like it very much nay way The World Goes On We nil Imagine that our work Is tin portant and that no one can do it n well as we do but the world hns boon constantly Improving In spite of the fact that every man dies at the end of n short time Atclilson Globe Ready Remedy AuthorI am troubled with Insomnia I lie awake at night hour after hour thinking about my literary work Ills Friend How very foolish of you Why dont you get up and read portions of It Pain can be quickly stopped A 25c box of Dr Shoops Headache Tablets will kill any pain everywhere in 20 min utes Besides they are thoroughly safe Painful periods with women neuralgia etc quickly cease after one tablet All dealers CUSTER Miss Edna Dowell is a pleasant visitor in our town with her brother and sister Mr and Mrs John Cooke Miss Carrie Gilpin is visiting the family of Eli Johnson at Guston She will be absent several weeks Mr Burnett is again with his old friends Dr and Mrs Mendor Trade is always lively in Custer but this year there never was a brisker littlfr town of its size in the state Our farmers are always busy and generally have something to sell Alf Taylor returned from a business trip to the city Wednesday There are fifteen telephone lines running into the switch board head quarters at Ben Harneds We have mud mud mud Our road from Custer to Garfield is something to be dreaded by the wagoners Filmore Johnson bought a horse from Mrs Euphratus Board Consideration unknown Mitch cows are in great demand and bringing good prices Wesley Harrington who recently had a sale of his household goods and farm ing chattels and farm to Jim Kirtley contemplates moving his family to Effingham Ill He will take up rail roading as his future means of liveli hoodA I byITaylor ran a fence and lacerated itself dreadful There is grave fear that the animal will have to be killed to put it out of its miseryJohn Cooke will go to Louisville Monday to finish the sales of his tobacco purchase After settling up his tobac co business he is thinking seriously of taking a Western tour on the look out for investment or probably a location for a future home Aunt Sally Tucker who resided here in Custer for a number of years now lives two miles out from town she was eightyfive years old March 10and walked from her home to Custer that day over a bad muddy road to do a little shopping carrying a basket of eggs and an oil can Two years ago Aunt Sallie was a very sick woman was paralized and in a bad shape in every way but being possessed with a strong vitality She recovered and is nQw for one of liar age remarkably hale and hearty John Butler and son Hobert were in Harned Tuesday and Wednesday They were called to see Mrs Wm Butler motherinlaw to Mr John Butler who is very sick- Americus Smith sold a nice mule to Mark Carter for 95 John Cook two mules in trade with Jas Kirtley for a horse and the difference The remains of Will Hudson who died at his home at Elizabethtownwere taken to the Sharp burying ground for burial His death was caused from consumption Mr Hudson is a son of Jeff Hudson and formerly lived with his father at the old Hudson home stead near Constantine Will Harrington of Constantine is recovering from a severe case of bron chial pneumonia- A lamp exploded at the home of William Suttons a short time ago No damage was done however papers on the table were burnedSomeI the oil was scattered in many giving the family a bad scare Squire Harned is able to be out again passing pleasantries of the day with his many friends Mr Harned has been a sufferer for some time with risings in bath cars His friends are glad to see him out again Little Dewey Board son of H W Board is better after a hard spell of pneumoniaLogan Butler has made quite a change in the looks of his town proper ty He has cut down all the large trees standing on the North and East side of the residence Mr Butler thought the sunshine would be better than the dense shade f+ Y hY + WrtsANTEDPvery rn + + W e onnty to buy fruit trees from W S todayforFOIL SALRIO tons baled ltay 6 tons extra WSTONEFun SALE 2 Spans of mules 4 and II years 1VEATIIEItIfOLTtobInspurt FOR SALE pUINTINO Prossos und cutting machines machlnosAlsoStreetLoutsvllle WHEAT BINDER FOR SALEU- sed slightly W B OEIZE Cloverport Ky Card There is ti probability that coal mining will bo suspended April 1 for nn indciinate period To bo on the safe side those without sufficient supply should purchase now City Coal Co1 Cloverport Ky NO SINGLE WORD spells safety as plainly as the above especially when bathed by a con nection with a reliabl- eCOMMERCIAL BANK like ours whore your cash is safe easily accessible and where in a sudden business squall you may borrow a lifeboat and row to safety The wise man gasp these living facts the wiser brings his cash to us at once Bank of Cloverport Cloverport Ky rn iilJlJrM = P 1Ih I IICut Rate For Prices Cash Only 100 Ibs Gran Sugar 55 25 jralson Lilly Flour First Grade 24 lb sack 70c Calico per yard 5c Bacon best grade IOc Corn 3 cans 25c 3 Ibs Soda Sc 3 lb cans Tomatoes 12c Homestead Fertilizer- We sell it at reduced prices Top Price For all ProduceII LEN C TAUL McQUADY KY- Irrsrrzielar I 1 lafrtafrrafa Saved A 17000 Mare When A Veterinary Failed To Cure Her While serving as an officer on the steamship Montezuma which carried horses and mules to South Africa writes Mr G H H Rowe of Sparta Ill I saw Sloans Sure Colic Cure used on the horses and never saw a case of colic prove too much for it We had 1250 horses on board for over a month so that we had a good opportunity to test the remedy thoroughly The veterinary used Sloans Lini ment also for sore shoulders and sprains and the horses were landed in a particulary fine condition- I know of another case here in Sparta 111 where Sloans Sure Colic Cure saved a 170 mare after the vet erinary had failed to cure her t I IMEET ME AT NOLTES A swell line FootwearHa- ve you seen them in our window dispay They represent the ad vance style for spring and summer Patents Vici Tan Lace Button and- Buckle Oxfords The kind that snake your feet feel good Quality counts you know Prices 400 to 500 TRY A PAIR J C Nolte rBro Cloverport Ky r osM avOp O 4 t Irvington Pharmacy 9 CUT RATE DRUG STORE Prompt attention courteous treatment I CUT PRICES are the magnets that andII people to our store t FREE I Come in this week and pet with every 50c bottle rf Bells Pine TarTooicffhoney a 86c bottle FREE or with every 50c bottle of Bells Chill a 2r c bottle of Pine Tar Honey FREE or with 100 bottle of Blood Purifier a SOc bottle of Bells Pine Tar Honey FREE I SutherlandIIFoleys Honey nnd Tar bottle 18c Veterinary Paracamph large size Peruna 83c Florida Oranges dor 2flf IHousehold9 Ammonia pint5cNervu-ra Dr Greenes 85c t Kexall Box good Ml1cul writing ono paper 5c and 8geII FOR ALL TIlE PEOPLE ALL THE TIME J IrvingtonCUT RATE PK DRUG rmacyII L B Moreman Man L JI We are closing i out our Paint Stock andvhile it lasts let us save you money 25cT040cII A Gallon Cheaper nu Severs Drug Co I Auctionace I SJeIDry Goods Boots Groceries Shoes Caps Hardware Clothing Hats QueenswareTinware and everything else found in an uptodate store Everything goes under the hammer without regard to cost We must have room for now spring stock This is the time of your life to get bargains Sale commencesMARCH 21 08 L C TAULf McOuady Ky CHRIS AHL Auctioneer Judge Win Ahl was in the city last week from Hardinsburg i I = Ifil V j 1 1j l ForSale II- lit m l GasolineII i l lr ititr rlLauochesh It I ii- yy One22cx5t ftit Fan Tail Model complete with stan ling top and side curtains lockers cuxbions p fI electric lights etc The power1 r con ists of u b h P Spa + ke 4 eyee cll engine and 10 in bronze propeller j1 I Outfit also include eltctricHl HP it 11 peratus including fine wagneto J 11ALSO I Ii One J 18xi foot Compromise Stem 1W I Motel with standing top lockets ill rfi steering wheel rudder and tiller + bronze propeller and sheft an rs W complete except engine 1 r mU These outfits are nearly new and fm 1 f I r IrIp ADDRESSII JJWWJ Lock Box 1758- i 1 i CANNELTON IND 8 1 IK Reduced Rates The Tobinsport Horse Co has reduced rates for service of their German Coach Stallion to 15 for one colt and 25 for two colts From same owner ALEXAHLSSecretary and Treasurer Tobinsport Indiana Morrison Calnoon dentists office downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owenaboro Ky it ffC t L t U I THE RACE HORSE IN KENTUCKY Kentuckys Love For Race horse Shown When AntiPool Room Bill Came up for Passage BITTER FEELINGt OVER CONTESTED SEATS Tho natural love of a Kentuckian for a racehorse was demonstrated In the senate a few days ago when the bill known as the Wllhelral antl poolroom bill was up for passage The bill was mainly intended to effectually put a atop to the betting on horseraces 1In poolrooms but It incidentally put a atop to betting on all racetracks 1In Kentucky The senate was willing to stamp out the poolroom evil but the abolishment of betting on racetracks meant there would be no more racing In this state so the bill was amended by putting in the following section This act shall not apply to racetracks that are licensed by the state racing commission nor to trotting races that are conducted by a regular ly organized association Senator Jack Chlnn made a speech for the amendment and said if it was not adopted the bill would destroy the brooding industry in Kentucky that was worth many millions of dollars Senator Burnam spoke along the same linos and said the men who trained and developed horses must have an incentive and that whenever a prize horse was developed it added to the value of all the horses in Kentucky that poolrooms were vile places where the lower grades of people congregated the year round and should be sups pressed while race meetings were attended bj the best people accompanied by their wives and daughters and was a festive holiday occasion that should not IK abolished The bill passed the s natc by a vote of 33 to 4 and If it passes the house as it Is be Moved it will poolrooms and hand book betting on races will soon be ia thing of the past The CreceliuB tobacco bill has pass ed both the house and senate and Is now In the hands of Governor Willsou It was thought by some that because Senator Burnam who is a close friend of the governors opposed the bill so ardently In the senate that probably tho governor will veto it but It is hardly probable he will do so The bill provides a fine from 50 to 251 for anyone who sells his tobacco after he has pledged it or pooled it and the same fine for anyone who knowingly buys pledged or pooled tobacco The friends of the bill claim It will remove tho cause for the night riding and therefore will effectually stop It Sen ator Burnam said it was a dangerous thing to penalize the violation of ia civil contract and he believed the bill would not serve any good purpose A companion bill to the Crecelius mess ure has also passed both houses It provides a fine of from 100 to 500 for anyone who sells or transfers property where the possession is In one person and the title in another The famous McChord tobacco bill has passed the house and Is now walt ing its turn In the senate This bill provides that any person or corporation engaged In the business of pur chasing or manufacturing tobacco In this state shall pay a license tax equal to 10 cents on each 1000 pounds of tobacco bought or manufactured In this state the amount of the license to rtletermined by the commissioner of agriculture anjl proyldqsa fine of I Neuralgia PainsArc the result of an m abnormal condition of ffefyf the more prominent nerve branches caused by congestion y irritation or dis case If you want to rel- ieve the pain try Dr Miles V AntiPain Pills They V r often relieve when every thing else fails They leave no disagreeable ti aftereffects Just a vV yJi pleasurable sense of re lief Try them I have neuratela headache right over my eyes and I am really afraid that my eyes will burst I also have neuralgia pain around my heart I have been taking Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills recently and find they relieve these troubles quickly I seldom find it necessary to take more than two tablets for complete relief MRS KATHEIUNE BARTON 1117 Valley St Carthage Mo I have awful spells of neuralgia and have doctored a great deal with out getting much benefit For tho last two years I have been taking Dr Miles AntiPain PlUs and they l always relieve me I have been so bad with neuralgia that I sometimes tit thought I would go crazy Sometimes It is necessary to take two of them but never more and they are sure to relieve me MRS FERRIER 2434 Lynn 8t Lincoln Neb Your druggist sells br Mlles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to return the price of first package only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind s Proof is inexhaustible that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound carries women safely through the Change of Life I Read the letter Mrs E Hanson 304 E Long St Columbus Ohio writes to Mrs Pinkham I was passing through the Change of Life and suffered from nervous ness headaches and other annoying symptoms My doctor told me that Lydia E Pinlchams Vegetable Compound was good for me and since talc ing it I feel so much better and I cnn again do my own work I never forget to tell my friends what Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound did for me during this trying period FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills and has- woolen positively cured thousands of who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulcera tion fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear ingdown feeling flatulency indies tion dizziness or nervous prostration iI Why dont you try it Sirs Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Muss rrom yiri to JFIIMIII a flay where sticl business Ifs conflicted without a II cens It is claimed that this bill will be defeated in the senate and that if it should past it will likely be vetoed by the governor- A few days no there was much bit ter feeling and political scheming over the seven contested scats In the house It was claimed that the sitting mem here should be unseated at once be- causeI they had been unfairly elected Attorneys were here constantly urging that the vote be taken to decide these contests as it was a grave injustice to keep these men out of the seats they were rightfully entitled to occupy But oh what a difference In the morning As soon as the senatorial I race was over everything cfilleted down and on last Thursday all the contest were by agreement decided In favor of the sitting members and not a single contestant won a seat Why He cause there was no longer any need for an extra vote to win the race for United States senator Of the seven contests three were against Demo crats and four against Republicans so without questioning the merits or de merits of any one of the contests they just called it a tie and sent all the contestants home with their fingers In their mouths Thats politics The following bills have passed tho senate during the past week Dill increasing the per capita for the inmates of the State School of Reform from 100 to 140 Bill appropriating 06000 to pay a deficit in the operating expenses of the School of Reform and to erect necessary new buildings and machinery Senator Nells antlbootlegglng bill which provides that a distiller shall sell whisky in local option dis tricts only to licensed wholesale deal ere Watson bill increasing the annual appropriation for the State Board of Health from 5000 to 25000 Combs bill appropriating 10000 to restore the Henry Clay monument in the Lexington cemetery The following bills passed the house In the past few days Dill to provide punishment for persons having in their charge children who are truants Dill to raise the standard of lawyers by providing for a state board of ox nmlners to be appointed by the court of appeals Dill authorizing fifthclass towns to issue bonds to pay off their Indebted ness Dill changing the time to Dec 1 for the penalty to go on state taxes The Sullivan bill abolishing tho present school trustee system and oro sting a county school board of three members to control and manago all the schools In the county and the employment of teachers Cities and towns and graded school districts are exempt from the provisions of tho bill JOHN H STUART 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 Henderson Route Notes Special Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 115 and 118 and all trains Sundays Round trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates to local points good to return Sunday Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L L H St L Reduced Rates One way Colonist rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to April 30th Homeseekers round trip rate to West and Southwest February 4 t 18 March 3 and 17 t The Aurora BoreAlII The aurora borealis or northern dawn is an electrical phenomenon which in high northern latitudes espe cially In winter illuminates the skies with streamers of light As the streams of light have a tremendous motion they are called In many places the merry dances They assume many shapes and a variety of colors from n pale red or yellow to a deep red or blood color and In the northern latitudes they serve to illuminate the earth and cheer the gloom of the long winter nights The connection of the aurora displays with the disturbance of the magnetic needle is now regarded as an ascertained fact Tickling or dry coughs will miesiiloosen when using Dr Shoops Cure And it is so thoroughly ha that Dr Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else even for very young babies The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub give the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sensitive branchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Demand Dr Shoops Tke no other All dealers A REAL MISER With Him the Ruling Passion Was Indeed Strong In Death The talk turned on misers and a titled Italian in the party said Let me tell you about Arpagnlo the famous Roman miser and you will know what n real miser is liAs Arpagnio lay dying in his cold dark bare palace of stone on tho Corso his one thought was that since he was too ill to eat a full lira a day was being saved on the food bill The doctor was announced Tho doctor after feeling Arpagnlos pulse looked grave II Yell said the miser how much longer have I to live Only half an hour was the reply Arpagnlos eyes Unshed fire You scoundrel ho cried Why do you let timings run on to tho Inst min ute like this Do you want to ruin me Send for the barber at onco Tho barber arrived posthaste You charge said Arpagnio lift contlsiiul for shaving Yes signor And for shaving a corpse 5 tiro Yes Arpngnio glanced at the clock Seven of the thirty minutes loft him still remalnel1III Then shave mo quickly he gasped As tho operation finished Arpagnio died But with his last breath smiling happily he murmured while the bar bor dried his cold palo chocks How splendId4 lire and 80 con Jsimi saved DO YOU GET ur WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Aimost everybody who reads the news iaoera Is sue to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers the great kidney liver cal triumph of the nine teenth century discovered after years of nent kidney and der specialist and Is wonderfully successful in promptly curing I ame back kidney bladder uric trou bies and Brights Disease which is the worst form of kdney trouble Dr Kilmers is not recommended for everything but If you have kid ney fiver or bladder trouble It will be found ust the remedy you need It has been tested in so many ways in hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement ha been made by which all readers of this pact who have not already tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by also a book telling more about and how to rind out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this genet one offer in this paper and send your address to KilmerCoBinghamton SwampRoot remedyIt byDrblad acid SwampRoot mail SwampRoot regular fifty cent aM nomeof ewampnoot lollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont make any mistake but remember th namo SwampHoot Dr Kllrrrrs Fwurrp ttoot and the address Binghamton N Y Mi Allarir botttn Extravagance There is a clerk in the employ of a Philadelphia business man who while a fair worker is yet an Individ ual of pronounced eccentricity One day n wire basket fell off tho top of the clerks desk and scratched his cheek Not having any court plaster at hand he slapped on three twocent stamps and continued his work A few minutes later he had occasion to take some paper to his employers private offlce When he entered the old man observing the postage stamps on his Check Used him with an astonished stare Look here Jenkins he ex claimed you are carrying too much postage for second class matters Just a little Cascasweet is all that i necessary to give your baby when it Is cross and peevish Cascasweet contains no opiates nor harmful drugs and is highly recommended by mothers every where Conforms to the National Pur Food and Drugs Law r Soles by all drug gists The champion living skeleton was 1840s hoe weighed only fortysix poundsI 1 Put Your Money where It will grow under your own control and grow faster than In any other Slit way Write for our free Ixoklot N which tolls all about how to Dank by Mull 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solicited Interest Paid on Time a S 41trQS S + Y THE iiFifth Avenue i HOTEL y Louisville Ky 1 CAMPBELL Mgr JYTiT 4 YT3T to 3 Goods 9 Fiduciary fl Accounts I The most centrally located and hotel in the city I1300 rate Only one block from the and two blocks Ithe principal theatres Street cars pass thedoor to all par I of the I l Yl bYY YYY3Y 7Y If1 c of j reached by direct of the Leave Evansville 720 am 220 i Rockport 7 15 am 2 15 pm II Cannelton 7 15 am 2 15 pm 11 Tell City 7 25 am 2 22 pm II Troy 7 35 am 2 32 pm j Arrive Lick 10 20 am 5 45 pm j Arrive West Baden 10 30 am 5 55 pm Daily Except Sunday ROUND TRIP 30 DAYS i Evansville French Lick 16 Rockport I 2 52 Cannelton 2 72 Tell CityII 2 60 TroyII 2 44 Silks Dress Trimmings Departments Infants FurnishingsVeilings TH- EDemorest equipment smallsolicited lNiNNiNele The Bank Trust 5000000 NNN01 IRVINGTON Corporations Deposits = firstclass onlI principe shopplnR6istrlct fremI cltVIT The Carlsbad America French LickINow line Southern Railways pmi French RATESLIMIT To West Baden3 20 i 2 56 j I 2 2 2 76jj j E D Stratton P A Evansville Ind J C Beam Jr A O P A St Louis Mo j c v v I iiii I1ii I 15he Fighting J j Chancejr Continued Iriom Pfcge 2 was a llnl d cute lie opened I reading It us fie walked back to illo dropllghl burning beside his bed Did you not moan to any goodby Bei cause It is to be goodby for a long long tlme for all our lives as long as wo live as long ns the world lasts and longer Ooodby unless you care to say it to me- Ho stood studying the note for awhile Presently lighting a mate be pet flro to It and carried it blazln to the grate and flung It in watehln the blackened ashes curl up glow thltep and fall In flakes to the beart en he went out into tho corrldo- and traversed the hall to the passage which led to the bay window There Was nobody there Moving swiftly II anbattinglifter a moment the door swung open Ho stepped forward Into the room closing tho door behind him and confronted the tall girl standing there houetted against the lamp behind bcrI I You are Insane to do this eho youmock1 I went to the bay window he said You went too late I was there aiii hour ago I waited Do you know what time It is 7 Come to the bay window he said if you fear me hete Do you know It la nearly 3 oclock 0Jonallask coollyCertainly 1 dare not go out And you1o you know the chances we are running You must be perfectly mad to come to my room Do you think anybody could have seenheard you No Good night He offered his hand She laid both of hers in it He could scarcely distinguish her features where she stood dark against thq brilliant light behind her v fGoodby ho whispered kissing her hands where they lay In his Goodby Her fingers closed convulsively retaining his handsIII hope Knthrun Tasscl THREE CURS OF SVfR CZMA Michigan Woman Tells of Her Brothl ers Terrible Suffering with theI DiseaseGrandchild and Another Baby also Permanently Cured CUTICURA REMEDIES PROVED INVALUABLE liMy brother had eczema three ditii ferent summers About the same time j each summer it came out between his shoulders and down his back and ho said i hi suffering was terrible Ho used dif fffont kinds of medicines that were said- o be good for that disease but nothing B3cmed to do him much good When it camo on tho third summer ho bought at box of Cuticura Ointment and gave It a faithful trial Soon he began to feelI1 I better and ho cured himiolf entirely with Cuticura and has never been j bothered with eczema since Ho also used Cuticura to cure a bunch over eye and a terrible corn which was so J that ho could not wear his shoo daughter of terrible eczema by the Cuticura Remedies This ladys little one had thoughtthoyand Cuticura Ointment and itcured her child entirely and tho diseasecnever came back Mrs Sarah E Lusk 07 Peckham St Coldwater Mich Aug i 15 and Sept 2 10- 07WORLD FAMOUS Cure for Torturing Disfiguring Skin and Scalp Humors The agonizing itching and burning of the skin as in tho seal Ilngthe loss of hair and crusting of scalp as inscallcdheadthe facial disfigure ment as in acno and ringworm find instant relief and speedy cure in tho majority of cases in warm baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle anointings with Cuticura Ointment kEveryklDaCUUcura eBledold throughout the world Potter Drug do Chem i Corp Hole Props DostoD Mass etrMalled Free CUtlcura Dook on Skin Dlaesse I It think that you Her head was drooping She could not control her voiceGoodby Sylvia he said again It was quite useless she could not- 81011k mill whon he took her In his nnna she clung to hlii quivering and he 1 kissed the wet lashes and the hot trembling lips and the smooth little hands crushed to his breast We have u year yet she gasped friar take me by force before it ends II1 Flmrily tnnnot ondtiro this I told you to tiiUi rueto tear me from mv self Will you do It I will love youUtruly truly 1 Oh my darling my dar Cantgyou do something for us Cant you nowUrHerr eau Will you A sudden sound broke out In thee nightthe distant pealing of the lodge backdTJjsprungthe window What is it she motioned with whitening lips Quick oh quick be tore you ore seen Grace may come II beg of you to go As he stepped Into the corridor he heard below u sound at the great door and the stirring of the night watchman on post At his own door he turned listening to the movement and whls poring Ferrall In dressing gown andI slippers stepped Into the corridor Be low the elm Ins were rattling as the wlckot swung open There was n brief parley at the door sounds of retreat ing steps on the gravel outside sounds of approaching steps on the stairway Whats that A telegram said1 Ferrall sharp I IuHere give it to me Walt It Isnt for me Its for Mr Sward Siwards glazed eyes stared and stared at the scrawled and inky mes sage Your mother Is very 111 Come at once i The signature was the name of their family physician Grlsby Continued Next Week 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 indigestion About eighteen months ago I had1 grown so much worse that I could not digest a 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 Kodol I consented to try it to please him and I was better in one day I now weigh more than 1 Iever 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 humanity will be benifited Yours very truly Jake C Moore Atlanta Aug 10 1904 Sold by all druggists Her Game Blocked The timid looking little woman ou the Euclid car noticed that her purse was not In her bag where she had placed It Instead It was hanging from her arm on a chain banging In full view where It would tempt the nimble fingers of the pickpockets assigned to that beat With great forethought she picked up the purse and started to pu It in the bag Jut the purse didnt go In because It was attached to the arm of the perslmmony faced woman standing j next to her Of course the woman with the bag stopped right there and dropped the strangers purse Youd better let that alone spoke up the perslmmony faced woman Ive been watching you ever since you got on nnd you neednt think I didnt see what you were trying to doCleve land Plain Denier Young Men and LadiesiYoung men and ladies with ambition should learn telegraphy Under the new 8hour law which goes into effect next March over 18000 additional telegraphers j are required by the railroads- In the United States Positions payII beginnersYou I time For full details write to theIi National Telegraph Institute Cincin nati Ohio He Was Right Johnny said the big brother of an uptown smtlll LJOgo to the shoemak I ers and see If uiy shoes are mended1 will ouoocurchinJI Cause they aint done yet How do you know Cause I aint taken em yet thats howII Get DeWitts Carbolized Wilch Hazel Salveit is healing soothing andcool ing It is good for piles Sold by all druggists Approaching InfinityJJ First Lady accidentally meeting sec I ond ditto at pnltWollm dear you never como to see me Second Lady with emphasis My dear Im coming Punch It 111 beseems a man to vaunt arro gentlyHomerBe that little cough Get something right away some good reliable remedy that will move the bowels Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup acts gently yet promptly on the and allays inflamation at the same time It is pleasant to take and recommended for children as it tastes nearly as good as maple sugar Sold by till druggists SCIENCE AND ART A Storm as Pictured by the Weather Bureau and by a Pot In commenting on the fact that a person may be thoroughly equipped on the scientific side of music without being sensitive to Its beauty as an art Gustav Kobbe In his book How toI Appreciate Music quotes tho witty ClarencStedman iI Elements of Poetry between the indi cations of a storm as described by a poet and by the official prognostications of the weather bureau Mr Stedmnn gives two stanzas When descends on the Atlantic tho gigantic Storm wind of the equinox Landward in his wrath he scourges the tolling surges Laden with seaweed from the rocks And this stanza by a later bnlladlst cost wind gathered all unknown thick sea cloud his course before left by night tho frozen zone And smote the cliffs of Labrador Ho lashed the coasts on either hand And betwixt the Cape and Newfoundland Into the bays his armies pour All this Impersonation and fancy areI translated by the weather bureau intoI something like this An area of extreme low pressure fIs rapidly moving up the Atlantic coast with wind and rain Storm center now off Charleston S C Wind N E I velocity 54 barometer 29G The disturbance will reach New York on Wednesday and proceed eastward to the banks and bay of St Lawrence Danger signals ordered for all north Atlantic ports- Unequaled as a Cure for Croup Besides being an excellent remedy for colds and throat troubles Chamberlains Cough Remedy is unequaled as a cure for croup says Hairy Wilsen of Waynetown Ind When given as soot as the croupy cough appears this tern edy will prevent the attpck It is usedf successfully in many thousands of homes For sale bv Severs Drug Co Not ForiD What are you children talking about demanded the old catfish Nothing much ma replied the lit tie kitten fish We heard somebody say that Iron was good for the blood and we were wondering if it really was Not if it comes to you In the shape of a hodk my child Catholic Standard and Times 777T labdorers rely on Dr Thomas Electric Oil Takes the sting out of cuts burns or bruises atonce Pain cannot stay where it is used During the TDrr Mrs Houlihan sobbing I never saw ye till th day before me unforch nit marriage Mr Houlihan An I often wisht ye hadnt seen me till th day aftherPuckF- rom little things men go on to treat Dutch Proverb Best Healer In the World Rev F Starbird of East Raymond Maine says I have used Bucklens Arnica Salve for several years on mold army wound and other obstinate sores and find it the best healer in the world I use it too with great success in my veterinary business Price 25c at aevers Drug Co Then He Did Go Well said Mr Staylate for the fourth time I must be going What a queer delusion replied Miss Patience Gonne Youre really quite station Uv Philadelphia Press 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 Diamonds Why are diamonds expensive being merely dust and ashes Because women love them And why do women love them Because they are expen save and useless London Chronicle Croup positively checked in 20 min CoughRemedynothing harsh A simple safe pleasant dependable croup syrup 50c all dealers The Daugmer Oh tho blessings that a daughter can bring into a household if she oirty wishes to The communion of her mother the comfort of her father the pride of her brothers and sisters the Joy of the whole household Martha Washington 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 makor and blood purifier 50 cents and 100 per bottle at all dealers Reassuring First ActorI am in a quandary I have been offered an engagement by two managers and I dont know how to act Second ActorWell dont worry Theyll soon find It out Lame Shoulder Whether resulting from a sprain or from rheumatic pains there is nothing- so good for n lame shoulder as Cham borlains Pain Balm Apply it freely and rub the parts vigorously at each application and a quick cure is certain For sale by Severs Drug Co I Good Enough Gang Plow The Simplest Reliable GangPlow on the- Market I THE TERM GOOD ENOUGH applied to this tool does not mean that thereisIT IS LIGHT ENOUGH I IT IS HEAVY ENOUGH IT LIFTS HIGH ENOUGH PRICE IS LOW ENOUGH IITHE McGlothlan Piggott Irvington Kentucky J iiWe pay for i j OF j is us J are our is I are we are Flour r IDont think that piles cant be cured of obstinate cases have been cured by Doans Ointuieut 50 cents at any drug store The Wonders of Labor Saving Devices In When built his first hundred reapers In 1845 he paid 4M cents for bolts That was In the age of hand labor Today fifty bolts art made for a cent So with guard fingers paid 24 cents each when James K Polk was In the White House Now there Is a ferocious machine which with the least possible as slstnnco from one man cuts out 1300 guard fingers In ten hours at a labor cost of a cent for six Also while ex ploring one of tho Chicago factories I came upon a herd of cud chewing machines that wore out chain links at the rate of 50000000 a year Near by were four smaller and more Irritable automata which were biting off pieces of wire and chewing them Into at a speed of 400000 bites a day Take out your watch and time this man said the of tho plant Seo how long he sin boring five holes In that great cast six minutes I answered Well thats progress observed tho Before we bought that machine It was a matter of four hours to bore those holes In one of Its five twine mlllsn mon strous bedlam of noise and a wilderness of fuss which Is by far the lar gest of Its sort In the Is enough twlno twisted In a single day to make a girdle around tho earth Tetter Salt Rheum and Eczema These are diseases for which Salve is valuable It quickly allays the itching and smart ing and soon eflcts a cure Price 25 cents For sale at Severs Drug Store r A 1 IT ENOUGH THE DRAFT IS ENOUGH CANNOT PRAISE IT ENOUGH IT IS IN ENOUGH S Dont fail to attend Glasscock Cos Enough Sulky OPERATES payEiicash Sweeping Reduction Dry Goods Groceries Clothing Hats and every article in our ProduceCabbage There something doing with every day and People finding every week that store Ito bargains They also finding out that highest prices for produce Ve the Low Price 55c 65c and 70c GLASSCOCK CO GLENDEANE KY Thousands METAL MAGICIANS Machinery McCormick mythical McCormick crunching linchpins superintendent McCormick ingExactly superintendent worldthere Everybodys Magazine Chamberlains especially for the EASILY LIGHT USERS FACT GOOD I IIIIWII I es Cadick Milling 1Worthy RunningMate FamousGood We for out get Co Zc- Pound Middle Ridge Poultry Yards Vital Princip Single Comb White J Leghorns Bred to Lay Strain Eggs 100 per 15 2 00 per 50 300 per 100 MRS J N PAYNET- OBINSPOflT IND Phone 131 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 usingItsatisfaction If you have not tried greatdeal Grandview Indiana e SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS Jz iII H NOW IS BEST TIME TO TAKE Directions To Prepare Simple Yet Remarkable Home Mixture A wellknown authority on Rheuma tism gives the readers of a large New York daily paper the following valuable yet simple and harmless prescription which any one can easily prepare at homeFluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ouncesMix by shaking well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful after each meal and atbedtimeHe that the ingredients can be obtained from any good prescription pharmacy at small cost and being of vegetable extraction are harmless to takeThis pleasant mixture if taken reg ularly for a few days is said to overcome almost any case of Rheumatism The pain and swelling if any dimin ishes with each dose until permanent results are obtained and without in juringthestomach While there are many socalled Rheumatism remedies patent medicines etc some of which do give relief few really give perma nent results and the above will no doubt be greatlv appreciated by many sufferers here at this time Inquiry at the drug stores of this neighborhood elicits the information that these drugs are harmless and can be bought separately or the druggists here will mix the prescription for our readers if asked to- IRVINGTON Mrs R B McGlothlan who has been spending several days in Louisville the guest of Miss B Ada Drury has re turned home Mrs Bate Washington left Monday for Louisville for a two weeks visit to Mrs Harry Major Mr and Mrs A B Coleman have returned home after a stay of several days at Stithton the guests of Mrs Racwor Mill Jessie Brady will entertain her Fortytwo Club on Friday from 3 to 6- pm Miss Mary fiercer of Raymond is pending this week with Mrs J It ClaycombG Drury spent a few days in Lotibville last week selling his tobacco Rev B F Wilnon delivered two ex Qolleiit sermons from the Methodist pul pit on last Sunday The union prayer meeting will be held at the Baptist church on Wednesday evening promptly at 7jO oclock Lot everybody come as the Sunday school lesson is discussed and it is very Interesting as wolf as beneficial Miss Witla Drury left Monday for aII Mi881AdaMr and Mrs H H Kemper spent Saturday and Sunday at Big Spring visiting Mrs Julia Clarfcson Foster Lyons WAS in Louisville last week on business II Head Workman Gold Cuff Buttons 50 Fountain PenIOO English Steel RazorSO Watch200 Misses Lyda and Nannie McGhc have returned from Long Branch where they went to attend the McGhee Sandidg wedding which took place on Wednesday afternoon Miss Tula Lockard will return this week from Carlisle Ind where she has been visiting Mrs Con Bland- C F Redman of Clyde Colorado was in town Thursday the guest of friendsMiss Addle Lyddan has returned to Owensboro after being the of Mrs John Another little girl has entered the home of Mr and Mrs Willard Arnold Rev J T Lewis of Cloverport was the guest of his mother at Basin Spring for a few days last week Miss Hettie Schindler returned Sat urday from Louisville where she hat been on a short visit The members of the Fortytwo Glut was delightfully entertained on Friday afternoon by Miss Nellie Smith There were four tables of players and the highest point was won by Miss Claudio Bandy Refreshments were served tc the guests at a late hour Mr and Mrs H H Kemper enter tained most delightfully at fortytwo last Thursday evening invited guests numbered twentyfive and ele gant refreshments were served and the evening was much enjoyed by all pres ent Those accepted Mr and Mrs Kempers hospitality were Misses Ruth Miller Ellen Munford Nellie Smith Willa Drury Mary Peyton Jessie Brady Eva and Mable McGloth lan Essie Biggs and the Misses Bandy Messrs Hilliard Biggs and Everett Ash craft Mr and Mrs W J Piggott Mr and Mrs J R Wimp Mr and Mrs L H Jolly Mr and Mrs C L Chamber lain and Mrs L B Moremen Mrs Edd Robertson and daughter Mildre4left Monday for a visit to her mother Mrs Payne at Lodiburg Mrs P E Dempster has returned from Glendeane where she went on a visit to Dr and Mrs P RDempster The ladies of the Baptist church are having a week of prayer this week at the different homes All the ladies are cordially invited to join them Winterbarron Thomas popular horse buyers of West Point spent Sat urday in town They purchased one horse from G T Marshall for 150 one from G N Bandy for 135 and one from Taylor Dowell for 200 Mrs William Cornwall left Saturday for Louisville to be the guest of Mrs McClintickMrs Barnes arrived Saturday from Big Spring to be with her husband here who has charge of the public schoolFrank Haynes of Owensboro was in town Saturday on a business trip At a meetingof the Bees of the Methodist church on last Sunday after noon officers were elected for the ensuing year Kendrick Jolly presidentI Margaret Peyton vice president Eliza I Piggott recording secretary W treasurer Gladyse Hensel cor responding secretary and the for The Little Worker Katie Mussel man and organist Edith Hensel Mr and Mrs Hollis Neafus have re I turned to Louisville after being the guests of Mr and Mrs Sam Dowell and Mr and Mrs Bud Neafus Sailors Prldo Old Honesty Old Poach Horse Shoo- Eglantine Tfcnsleys 16or Natural leaf Ivy Big Four Jolly Tar French Briar Tags Leather Steel Carving Set200 Tags Steel Shcars75 COMFORTING WORDS Many a Cloverport Household Will Find Them So To have the pains and aches of a bad back removed to be entirely from an noying dangerous urinary disorders is enough to make any kidney sufferer grateful To tell how this change can be brought about will prove com forting to hundreds of Cloverport readersMrs A F Alms 613 Locust St Owensboro Ky saysIII have used Doans Kidney Pills with good results and my husband also received benefit from their use He had been subject to an extreme lameness in the small of his back that made ever attempt to stoop or straighten one extreme pain Reading of Doans Kidney Pills he procured a box took them according to directions and was entirely of his trouble We have confidence in Doans Kidney Pills It For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other Junior Skating Party An enjoyable skating party was given by the younger boys and girls Saturday afternoon in the rink at the News office The skaters were Darnell Gregory Yewell Holder Eldred Babbage Fred Pierce Mike 1ucker J T Lewis Jr Ameil Pate Walter Weisenberg Louise Lewis Isabelle Rosa Newton Eda Weisenberg Ora Bowlds Agneta Mattingly The soothing spray of Elys Liquid Cream Balm used in an atomizer is an unspeakable relief to sufferers from Catarrh Some of them describe it as a Godsend and no wonder The thick foul discharge is dislodged and the patient breathes freely perhaps for the first time in weeks Liquid Cream Balm contains all the healing purify ing elements of the solid form and it never fails to satisfy Sold by all druggists for 75c including spraying tubeor mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York- Poultry Business Mrs J H Payne is engaged in the poultry business on a large scale at her home at Tobinsport Ind She lakes a specialty of the Single Comb iVhite Leghorns as advertised in the views Since the first of the year Mrs Payne has sold 202 dozens ot eggs Thero IIs more Catarrh in this section of the country than rill other diseases put together und until the last few years was supposed tore Incurable For a grout many years doctors pronounce in a local disease and prescribed 1 cal n medics and by constantly falling to euro with local treatment pronounced It In Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Chenoy Co Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken Internally in loses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars tor airy case it tolls to cure Send for lreulurs and testimonials Address K J Chenay k Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Drutfvlsts 75c Take Halls Family IMlls for cons Ijiitlon A tag from a will count FULL value A tag from a 5cent piece will count HALF v- aluoTOBACCO V VV with valuable tags Save your tags from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST IIMaster J T W N Tinsleys tact PickI Coupons from MANS PRIDE AND OWENS SELECT SMOKING PICNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL Brazil Smoking GILT EDGE Brazil Smoking Yellow Strips from BUSTER Tags from the above brands are good the following and many other useful presents as shown by catalog Tags Tags Tags Gentlemans Tags guest Akers Their Busy John Jolly agent PipeSO PocketbookSO Best great words Burns curable 10cent piece Tags Tags cured Natural I for Ladys PocketbookSO Tags Pocket Knife 40 Tags Playing Cards30 Tags 60yd Fishing Reel60 Tags Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which to redeem tags If you cannot have your tags redeemed at home write us for catalog I PREMIUM DEPARTMENT THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO St Louis Mo PI r L 1 i Only Four Days More Of JAS GREENES Big Furniture Sale THIS BIG SALE OF FURNITURE CARPETS ETC A REGULAR FEAST FOR THE PUBLIC That the people of Louisville Kentucky and vicinity have been taking ad vantage of Jas Greenes Manufacturers Outlet Sale has been manifest by tho largo crowds in attendance at his big Furniture sale since the opening day Shipment upon shipment manufacturers surplus stock of furniture carpets rugs etc have been added to this great sale from day to day and this most wonderful furniture sale has prov n one of the greatest bargain feasts that the people of Louisville and the entire state of Kentucky have ever heretofore been able to participate in and those who are attending the sale buy liberally are well pleased with their purchases recommending their friends to Jas Greenes Bigi Manufacturers Outlet Sale of Furniture The Good news has been spread far and wide of the many bargains that Jas Greene is offering on Furniture Carpets etc now selling at about onehalf their regular value Commercial circles have been shaken from center to circumference The sale is the talk of the entire state The people appreciate furni ture carpets rugs the good quality kind at a bargain price and they are showing their appreciation daily by buying out Jas Greenes Big Manufac turers Purchases by the wagon loads THE SALE ONLY LASTS FOUR DAYS MOUE AND POSITIVELY ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT MARCH 21st AND TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT ATTENDED THIS SALE AND BENEFITTED ACCORDINGLYI wish to say to youthat you are missing a great opportunity to secure for yourself your home needs and furnish ings at about onehalf their usual cost In justice to yourself you cannot afford to stay away as this sale presents an opportunit to save many dollars on furniture carpets and household needs Jas Greene would be unable to make this great sacrifice on furniture carpets and house furnishings were it not from the facttile manufacturers were forced to realize cash on their sur plus stocks with instructions to sell them out at retail at from onethird to onehalf their actual value This is a sale that comes about once in a lifetime and you owe it to your family and your pocketbook to make this great saving when the opportunity presents itself and this is your opportunity during this sale to save yourself many dollars Remember that the sale positively closes Saturday night March 21st so buy all you may need for the next ten years as such a sacrifice sale on furniture carpets etc will probably neveroccuragainY Extra help have already been secured for the last four days of the sale WEDNESDAY MARCH 18th THURSDAY MARCH 19th FRIDAYtMARCH 20th AND THE LAST DAY SATURDAY MARCH THE 21st as we want everybody to be waited upon properly The last four days including Ita b BIG SATURDAY MARCH 21st THE LAST DAY OF THIS BARGAIN FURNITURE FEAST will see the biggest crowds of people at lii Jas Greenes Manufacturers Outlet Sale of furniture that was ever seen at tWany sale in Louisville Kentucky before Make your arrangements to attend the sale before it closes and secure your share of the many furniture bargains being offered A word to the intelligent should be sufiicent as Jas Greenes fta big furniture sale presents an opportunity to make your dollars do double duty Make no mistake Be sure you find JAS GREENES BIG STORE Look Ii for the big sign reading Jas Greenes Manufacturers Outlet Sale at 425427 429 East Market Street Louisville Kentucky JQONT DELAY BUT ACT QUICKLY AS THIS SALE POSITIVELY ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT THE LAST DAY OF THE SALE MARCH 21st at 1100 P M Train Loads of Furniture Bargains Selling Rapidly Act Quickly I Before too Late L IL 10 1 = CONTAINS ENEiflMothers Kurtr slather couch euro are conitlpttlni upeotally I STEPHENSPORT Rev F R Roberts has been on the sick list for a few days Mrs Ed Stiles who has been attend ing the bedside of Mrs Johnson Stiles returned to her home in Owensboro last week A S Stiles of Tell City was the guest of Mr and Mrs John McCoy a few days last week Mrs Ed Brown of LWisport was the guest of Mr and Mrs Elijah Brown last week Mrs Brown McCubbins and little daughter Ruth are in Hardinsburg visiting relatives Miss Georgia Bassham who has been visiting Mrs Chas Tinius has returned to her home near Tucker school house Mrs Nelia Miller has returned to her home in HardinsTJurg after a pleasant visit here among friends and relatives 1- lr fIJ M rlt it 0 nI HONEY AXATIVEChildren AND DUGH Tastes so good Mrs R A Smith spent a few days in Hardinsburg last week the guest of her daughter Mrs Will Lennon Guy Martin has returned home from a trip South Wallace Skillman of Cloverport was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs R S Skillman a few days last week The birthday party given by Miss Pearl Irvine last week was very much enjoyed by all the young people Mrs Bettie Stiff and brother Johnnie Walls spent a few days last week in Troy Ind the guest of their brother William Walls Mrs Mack Stiff and daughter Miss Allie left Monday for Henderson to visit relatives Mrs W J Schoop has returned from a visit to Louisville- P J Petitt arrived from Nashville Tenn Saturday and spent the day with his family at Rome Ind return ing to Evansville Saturday night en route to Nashville I lI4l 3t 1 i I l wllr4- a IiAW fIq j i n TA- RbYRIIP IIForMrs Dunn of Cloverport was called here Thursday to nurse Mrs Abe Bennett who is in a critical condition- J D Babbage of Cloverport was in town Wednesday- Dr D B Beejer of Louisville was in town last week doing dental work Mrs R A Smith has returned from HardinsburgCarl who has typhoid fever is improvingMrs Payne has been on the sick list for several days Miss Mary Basham visited friends here last week Mrs Belle Crawford is improving at this writing Mrs John Benom and little daughter of Weldon were the guests of friends here Saturday R H Bennett is able to beout again after seveal weeks illness Elijah Brown and family have moved on Jim Jollys farm J I f 0 wI f 0 e r