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THE BRECKENRIDUENW5I I III ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT IIIVOL XXXll CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 25 1908 8 Pares IJ 371 DEATH TAKES A JUNE BRIDE Miss Holtzclaw Dies in a Louisville Infirmary After a Short Illness A VICTIM OF TYPHOID A sad death occurred in Louisville Saturday when Miss Florence Holtz claw became a victim of typhoid pneu monia It was only a few weeks ag that she was in this city visiting Mr Itand Mrs John Ridge and after her ro turn to Louisville she was taken ill Miss Holtzclaw was moved from her home to an infirmary where every at tention was given to restore her to health and her death came as a grea shock and loss to her family and friends Miss Holtzclaw was a beautiful young woman just in her twentythird year She was a blonde and greatly admi ed here for beauty and gracious disposition Her death is a particularly sad one as she was engaged to be married and her wedding had been arranged to take place in June Mr and Mrs Ridge went to Louis ville Sunday to attend the fu eral Tetter Salt Rheum and Eczema These are diseases for which Cham berlains Salve is especially valuable It quickly allays the itching and smart ing and soon effcts a cure Price 25 cents For sale at Severs Drug Store Nice Day In Hoosier Fred May and son Hamman spent a pleasant day Sunday at the home of Mr Tom Leaf at Tobinnport Ind Mr May says the strawberries look fine and spring shows her appearance every where across the river especially in the alfalfa fields Second Birthday Samuel Edward Conrad was the guest of honor at a supper party Friday evening at the homeof his parents Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad The occasion was in celebration of his second birth day and two candles were lighted on the cake The guests included the Conrad and Oglesby families and Mrs Ben Ridgeway Miss Vine Entertains Friday night Miss Iva Wine was a charming hostess to a party of young people at the Saterfield home on the hill Thirtyfive guests were present and they had a jolly timeenjoying tames and music until a late hour Death Of Mrs J l Cashman Maria Susan Tabor was born near the present site of Garfield Ky Oct 25th 1837 was married Nov 23rd 1850 died March 1st 1908 Mrs Cashman had professed faith in Christ at the age ot 13 years and joined the Baptist church at Hickory Creek Church Fayette County Ill Later i life had united with the Methodic- church at Union Star Ky where she lived a consistent member until death Her funeral services took place March 3rd at 2 PM at the alter of Union Star church concluded at the Village Cemetery Union Star Rev F R Ruberts officiating assisted by Rev L C Argabright Truly another good woman has fallen aovictor over death the world and sin by faith which is Christ our Lord Sister Cashman leaves a husband six children two sisters and a brother to mourn her departure Sister Cashman represents a very large train of relatives thetJordan of Death May they all so have lived that they all may have a safe and a happy union in the world above The Baptist Bazar The ladies of the Baptist church have some beautiful and useful pieces at their Bazar being held at Mrs Polks store Get DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salveit is healing soothing and cool ing It is good for piles Sold by all druggists Partially Paralyzed Capt J R Ridgeways friends and relatives in this city regret to learn that he has recently suffered a stroke of paralysis on his left side Mr Ridge way is eightytwo years of age and was remarkably active when here visiting his son Mr Ben Rikgeway Mr and Mrs Ridgeway have been to his home at Shepherdsville to see him and his condition is much better Lame Shoulder Whether resulting from a sprain or from rheumatic puns there is nothing so good for It lame shoulder as Cham berlains Paiu Balm Apply it freely and rub the parts vigorously at each ap plication and a quick cure is certain For sale by Severs Drug Co Mrs Burks Improving Mr John Burks came down from Louisville to spend Sunday with his wife who is ill at the hume of Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer He was accom panied by their son Bowmer They both returned home Monday and Mrs Burks is daily improving i Bilious Feel heavy after dinner Tongue coated Bitter taste Com plexion sallow Liver needs waking up Doans Regulets cure bilious attacks i 25 cents at any drug store FROM COWCATCHER TO DEATH Jim Boards Free Ride Costs Him His Life lonclay Morningt GOT ON TRAIN AT GUSTON At Guston Monday morning Jim Board colored jumped on the cow catcher of passenger train 112 with the intention of getting a free ride to Irv ington Just before the tralu pulled in to the town Board jumped from the en gine meeting with a terrible accident which resulted in his death His thigh was broken and also received other se rious injuries and he died before night His body was taken in charge by his good friends at Irvington and the funeral was held yesterday A Fine Saddle And Harness Horse Herbert M Beard of the firm of Beard Bros the enterprising stock dealers and farmers of near Hardins burg returned from Lexington last week Mr Beard says he has purchased one of the finest saddle and harness stallions ever brought to this county He is a thoroughbred animal and has one of the best records of any horse in the state He paid a fancy price for him believing that the people of Breck appreciate Beard Bros are to be commended for their enterprise Mr Alexanders Offers Ed F Alexander has succeeded Gardner Bros at Irvington and will celebrate his new step into business by a large opening Saturday as advertised in the News this week Mr Alexander will give the public some excellent offers in the way of new spring goods and his stock includes fine furnishings for men women and children Mrs Wright In llardinsburg Mrs J E Wright has been visiting her father Jndge Mercer in Hardins burg Mrs Wright is a most interest ing woman on account of the success she is attaining in a business way which is in all probability due to her practical sense and her ability to carryout well mane plans Wrights Home Made Baking Powder ofwhich she is the originator of the formula has been sifted in thousands of sacks of flour in Louisville Mrs Wright ex powderI K P LODGE IN FINE CONDITION Annual Report Is Completed by J W Carter TOTAL MEMBERSHIP IS 13062 The report prepared by Mr Carter shows a total membership in Kentucky of 13002 au increase of 1083 during the year 1007 This is a very satisfactory increase and one of the argest for ratty year that for 1901 being 638 Twelve new lodges were instituted dur ing the year The report shows expenditures for re lief work during the year of 3033015 A great deal of tnouey expended iu this way is never reported so that the actual amouut spent is probably nearer 50 000 than 30000 That portion of the report giving sta tistics of general interest follows FINANCIAL STATEMENT Cash on hand Dec 31 IgOO 3319006 Receipts during the year 9905487 03301Current9771UInvested925035Cash 13224588NumberlodgesDec 103 INTERESTING PROGRAMS The grant keeper of records and seal has prepared an interesting program for the district conventions and one that will be profitable to the members A list of subjects for discussion have been selected and some well informed Pythian in each district has been selected to present each subject DISTRICT CONVENTIONS- The first district convention will be held at Sturgis on April 13 and the last at Carrollton on June 1 There are fifteen districts The grand keeper of I records and seal will attend all of thee conventions The convention for the district in which Cloverport is located will be held at Laitchfield on April 20 and Bros Chas May District Deputy Juo Burn C C II G Yager Pre late and Cha Humman Kof R and S willattend as representatives of BrsckenridRe Lodge No 01 K of P Mr Glasscock Busy Sunday an eleven pound boy made his advent into the home and hearts of Mr and Mrs Ed Glasscock nt Clan I i deane Ever since his arrival Mr Glasscock has been busy working and smiling trying to do enough for the promising young man Mr Glasscoek is not only a good merchant but a kind father and he and the lovely mother will give the little fellow a great start in life 4 j Absolutely Pure re From Grapes the most healthful- of fruits comes the chief ingredient of j ROYAL MISSION MONEY Irvington Methodists Are Giving Ure Amounts to For eign Missions Irvington Ky March 24Special The W F M S of the Methodist church report the best years work since the organization end the treasurer reported a total in dues pledges and specials of 5855 rhr society con sits of sixteen active and three hon oaf members The superintendent of the Busy Be s report 2030 for the Juveniles making a total of 7885 from the women awl children for foreign missions for tbe year Right Fuut Broken groceryidrummer a street ear in Lou s ville Mondiy morning an suffered a painful injury to his right foot He did not give up his planned trip to Hardios burg but when he got there and had his loot examined learned that it was broken Mr Geer returned to hs home on crutches the sime afternoon J 4 tThe only bakingpowder made from Royal A Grape Cream of Tartar rf4Costs little more than the injurious alum or phosphate of limo powders but with Royal you ate sure of pure healthful food EIGHTY DOLLARS Rev English Gets Large Collec tion For Foreign Missions Harthnsburg Murch 24Speclal Rev E B Hnglish preached strong missionary sermon to a flue audience Sunday after which collection amounting to eighty dollars was taken for foreign missions His Hxrdiniibnrg church has given 130 to miesious since last August Be sides this one member of this church Miss Eula Heutley is uow ready for foreign mission fields and will go to China This fine record is made by a church which while not large in num bars wide awake to their duty and constantly works under the leadership of their beloved pastor Sells Farm To Mr Mattingly Mr and Mrs Hale and son Mr Will Hale have sold their place known as liThe Castle on the West Side of town to Mr Frank Mattingly They have moved their families to Ekron Miss Laura Hale accompanied them I jlnq Er 1 Wanted Country Produce R M JOLL Ky II- ASCA rIIIiJm1u l LI r 1 f in Hrn JoKWV i IM = tfY I I I e1I Jl y c ti a C Io t y jI tr 11 t P JIi A THIS is positively the last time we hold an auction on the stock of Gents Furnishings we have been selling to the public at the lowest prices ever in Cloverport Store will be closed after SATURDAY MARCH 28thBe sure and be on hand and get some of the good values we are selling in Mens Shoes Clothing Hats and Overcoats Everything will be auc tioned and sold at any price t SHAPINSKY BROS L I t I a i r x- r 0 n +w o Ii it j r IBAKING i t+ a a is Ylrvingtonin 9 frt k- I t CLOVERRORT KENTUCKY m u 1 i iiY-a 1TI I e Fighting I r I Chances IIt1 I ICopyright 1000 1000 by the by CurUa Robert Publishing W u CamllanIIII = III JII CliAPTIGJLT January the complex social mechanism of the metropolis Bywas whirling smoothly again S The lust ultra fashionable De comber lingerer had returned from the country Those of the same caste outward 1 nind for a southern or exotic wintert hall departed and the glittering maebine every part assembled retur I bished ropollshed and connected hay ing been given preliminary speed tests at the horse show and a tuning up at the pera was now running under full velueity awl Its stead v subdued whit quickened tie clatter lag puUe of the city keying it to a sublimely synco pated ragtime It was an open winter in New York and financially a prosperous one and that meant a brilliant social season Three phenomena particularly charac terized that metropolitan winterthe reckless rnge for private gambling through the mediums of bridge and roulotte the incorporation of a company known as the Intercounty Elec- trIc I company capitalized at a figure calculated to disturb nobody and so far without any avowed specific policy other than that which served to decorate a portion of its charter which other wise might have remained ornately and comparatively blank the third phenomenon was the retirement from active affairs of Stanley S Quarrier the father of Howard Quarrier and the election of the son to the presiden cy of the great Algonquin Loan antI- Trust I company with Its network sya tern of dependent subsidiary and alliedI corporations The day that the newspapers gave this interesting information to the west ern world Leroy Mortimer on being bluntly notified that ho had overdrawn his aeeoiini with the Algonquin Loan anti Trust began telephoning in every direction until he located Heverly Plank at th Saddle cluii an organiza tloa ot wealthy men and sufficiently exclusive i ot to compromise Planks possible ehnnces for something better Mortimer crawled out of his hansom saying that the desk clerk would pay find entered the reading room where Plank eat writing a letter Beverly Plank had grown stouter since he hind returned to town from Black Fells but the increase of weight Will even distributed over his six fet odd which made him only a trine more iwndeous and not abdominally fat But Mortimer Mil become enor foul Hollf of flesh crowded hlrf mottled oar IOKW outward and bulged above his collar Cushions of it pad ded the Imcks of his hands and fin gers Shaving left his heavy distend ed face congested and unpleasantlyI I shiny But he was as minutely groom ed as ever and he wore that satiated air of prosperity which had always lieon one of his most important assets The social campaign Inaugurated by Leila Mortimer In behalf of Beverly I Plunk had so tar received no B reverses Ills box at the horse rlotJdII sf course produced merely negative I results Ills box at the opera might nan something some day Ills name was up at the lenox and the Patroons I He hail endowed a ward In the new pavilion of St Uerolds hospital had presented n fine lieII The fountPSH of Wythe to the ropolitan uiiiMeiim and It was rumored I that he had consulted several bishops coiiceruliiK a new chapel fur that huge motionI of the citadel of faith looming hove the metropolitan wilderness In thji north Meanwhile he waft doggedly docile His huge hoiiKe facing the wintry park midway between the squat palaces of the wealthy pioneers and the outer ntlyelUP1tI 1 ices very men dtIrectors and associates In business nna financial n ttlOIItIU1t for the pen odical prosetoe of the Mortimers ThliiK lire moving all the same1 1Il111 Mortimer an he entered the rend ing room fir the Saddle clubI Quarrier nid Peweter have listened more re spcrtfiillv to me slnre they read tlr oiuiin nILot von nIl the bishops mine IbitI eluipe businessi Stop That Cold To cheek early coM or Grippe with FrennUcs MOB pure defeat for Pneumonia To stop a cold fth pfIoItl Is IIIf r than to let It run and be obll v l to euro It afterward To beiurt Pro venues will cure even a deeply tested cold but taken earlf at the sneeze itagfrthejr break or bead off these early colds That inrely bettor Thts why they are JiHed lrnenUcs- Pnyentlesare mUe candy Cold Cures No Quln laa no physic nothing sickening Nice for the hfldrennd thoroughly edit too II you fees ohmr tf you sneeze if you ntho all over think ot- lTevontios Prompthee may also Eave half tour cjuftl sickness And dont forget your Child II there U teveriibnegs night or day Herein probe ably lies Prerentlci greaten efficiency Bold In Bo boxes for the pocket also In 25o boxes of 43 Prnent1cl lnalst on your druzglsta giving you Preventics ALL DEALERS IROBERTI iIiJIWUN tunPlank turned his heavy head with a disturbed glance around tile room Cant you be careful he said Thoiv was a man here a moment ago lie picked up his unfinished letter folded and irocketed It touched an electric bell and when a servant came Take Mr Mortimers order he said sup porting his nmaalve head on his bupr bands Mild resting his elbow on tin writing desk I Ive got to cut out this morning bracer said Mortimer eying the servant with Indecision but he gave un Drder nevertheless and later accepted a cigar and when tho servant had IT turned and again retired he half ciiip tied his tall glass refilled it with mural water and settling back in the padded armchair said If I manage this thing as It ought to be managed youll go through by April What do you think of that Planks phlegmatic features flushed Im more obliged to you than I can say he began but Mortimer silenced him with a gesture Dont Interrupt Im going to put you through the Pa troons club by April Thats thirty yards through the center Dye see you thunder headed Dutch man Its solid gain and Its our ball The Lenox will take longer Theyre a holierthan thou bunch of nincompoopsI and It always horrifies them to have any man Tm morc QWgCl to elected no mntvou than 1 can say tel who he Is Plank looked out of the window his shrewd blue eyes closing In retrospec tion Another thing continued Mortimer thickly the Kemp Forralls are dis posed to be decent I dont mean In asking you to meet some Intellectual second raters but In doing it hand somely I want to say began Plank speak- Ing the more slowly because he was deeply In earnest that all this you are doing fur me IIs very handsome of you Mortimer Id like to say to convoy to you something of how I feel about the way you and Mrs Morti mar Oh Leila hits done it all Mrs Mortimer IB very kind und you have been so too II wish there was something some way toto To what asked Mortimor so blunt ly that Plank flushed up and stam mered To ooto do nto show my grati tude How You re scarcely In n position to do anything for us sold Mortimer brutally staring him out of counte malIce I know It said Plank tho painful flush deepening Mortimer fussing anti growling over his cigar vas nevertheless stealthily intent on tho game which had so long absorbed him Ills wits clogged du- I ed by excesses were now aroused to it sort of gross activity through tIme men of necessity At last Plant lUll Ince him an opening lid recognized chanceTheres one thing ho said deliber mutely that I wont stand for and thats any vulgar misconception on your jwrt of my friendship for you Do you follow meT- I dont ipmirulorstaml it protested Plank angry and nstoniihed 1 dont As though continued Mortimer menacingly I wero one of thoio needy social tipsters one of those shill by panderirf touts who For heavens sake Mortimer dont talk like that I hind no intention one of those contemptible para sitic leeches persisted Mortimer got ting wider and hoarser who live on men Jlke you Confound you Plank what the devil do you moan by it Mortimer are you crazy to talk tome like that No Im not but you must be Ive a mind to drop the whole cursed bust ness Ive every Inclination to drop It If you havent horse souse enough if you havent Innato delicacy sufllciont to keep you from making such a breakI It wasnt a break Morti men I wouldnt have hurt you You did hurt mol How can I fuel the same again I never imagined you thought I was that sort of a social mercenary Why so little did I drear that you looked on our friendship in that light that I ason my word of honor I was Just now on the point of asking you for 3000 or 4000 to carrr me lto the months end and square my bridge balance Mortimer you must take it You are a fool Ito think I meant anything h by saying I wanted to show my grati tude Look lucre be decent and fair with me I wouldnt offer you an af front would loen if I were a cad I wouldnt do it now Just when youre getting things Into shape for mo Im not a fool anyway This is in deadly earnest I tell you Mortimer antI Im getting angry about it Youve got to show your confidence in me Youve 1 Headache Every Month You may think because you have long had It that you must have a headache every month being a women But If you think so you are wrong since a headache is a sign of disease of your womanly organs that thousands of other women have been able to relieve or cure by the use of that wonder ful womans medicine WINE OF CARDUI WOMANS RELIEF I recommend Cardui to all sick women writes Mrs A C Beaver of Unicoi lean I suffered with headache bearingdown pains feet swelled pains in shoulders and many others At last I took Cardui have gained 20 pounds and have found it the best med icine I ever used for female troublesAt All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing symp DcptTheCnattanooea Tenn B 37 got to take nut you want irom me a you would from any friend There was a pause A curious mi unaccustomed sensation had slleu ed Mortimer something almost akin h shame It astonished him a little He did not qul o understand why In time very moment of success over thlc stolid shrewd young man antI his thrifty Dutch Instincts he should feel1 uncomfortable Were not his servlees worth something Had he not earned at least the right to borrow from thl rich tuna who could afford to pay for what was done for him Why should he feel ashamed lIe hud not boll treacherous he really liked the fellow Why shouldnt he take his money See here old man said Plank extending n IJge highly colored bund is all squnre between us now- I think ji unuttered Mortimer But Plank would not relinquish his hand Then tell me how to draw that cheek Great heurcn Mortimor what Is friendship anyhow If It doesnt in elude little matters like this little mis understandings like this Im time man to be sensitive not you You have been very good to me Mortimer could almost wish you In a position whore time only thing I possess might square something of my debt to you A few minutes later while he was filling In the check a dusty youth In Idlug clothes nnd spurs came In nnd found n sent by one of time windows Into which he dropped nnd then looked about him for n son Jlt Hello Fleetwood I said Mortimer glancing over his shoulder to see whose spurs were ringing on the pol ished floor- FleotWood saluted amiably with his riding crop Including Plank whom ho did not know in a more formal sa luteWill you join us naked Morti mer taking the check which Plank of fered and carclusaly pocketing It without even a nod of thanks You know Beverly Plunk of course What I thought everybody know Beverly PlankMr Fleetwood and Mr Plank shook hands and resumed their seats Ripping weather observed Fleet wood replacing his hat and robuttou Ing the glove which lie hiul removed to shake hands with Plank Lot of Jolly people out this morning 1 say Mortimer do you want that roan hunt or of mine you looked over I menu King Dermid because Marion Page wants him If you dont She was out this morniug und she spoke of it again Mortimer lifting a replenished glass shook ids head and drank thirstily in silenceSaw you at Woatbury I think said Fleet wood politely to Plank as time tvo lifted Utah glasses to ono an otherI limited there for a day or two replied Plunk modestly If its that lug Irish thoroughbred you wore rid lug that you want to soli Id like a look In If Miss Page doesnt fancy himFleetwood laughed and glanced amusedly at Plank over his glass It Isnt that horse Mr Plank Thats Drumcclt Stephen Slwards famous horse He interrupted himself to e change greetings with several men who came into the room rather nolsll their spurs resounding across the oak en floor One of them Tom OHari joined them slamming hit crop on time desk beside Plank and spreading hlu self over an armchair fom the seat of which he forcibly rouioved MortiIIi mers feet without excuse Drink Of course I want a drink ho replied irritably to Flootwootlone three ten several Billy whose weasel bollied pinto was that you wore kick lug your heels into in the park Some of the squadron mon asked me the major Oh beg pardon Didnt know you wero trying to stick Mortimer with him Ho might do for the troop am bulance inside What Oh yes met Mr Blank I mean Mr Plankat Shotovor I think How dye do Had the pleasure of potting your tame J pheasants Rotten sport you kim What 10 you do it for Mr Blank What lid you come for If its 1 ten sport asked Plank so simply th It took Ollnrn n moment tb realize II hind been snubbed- I didnt mean to be offensive h drawled1 I I suppose you cant help it wiii Plunk very gently Pome people ciutul YOU know And there wits another I hence broken by Mortimer whose ev tire bulk was tingling with a mixture of surprise and amusement over hh proteges developing ability to till care of himself Did you say tini Stephen SI ward Is In Wcstbury Billy V No hes in town replied Fleet wood I took his horses up to hunt with He isnt limiting you know I didnt know Nobody ever sees him anywhere said Mortimer I guess his mothers death cut him up Fleetwood lifted his empty glass and gently shook the Ice in it That and the other business is enough to cut any man up Isnt itT You mean tho action of time Lenox club askel Plank seriously Yes lies resigned from this club too I hear Somebody told me that he has made a clean swoop of all huts clubs Tlm3 foolish A unarm may ho an nss to Join too many clubs but lies always a fbIl to resign from tiny of em You rsk the wenthorwlse what resigning from a club forecasts Its the first ominous sign In a young maps careeI Under cover of a rapid fire exchange of pleasantries between Fleetwood and OHnra Plank turned to Mortimer hesitatingI liked SEward when I met him at Shotover he ventured Im very sorry lies down nnd out He drinks shrugged Mortimer diluting his mineral water with Irish whisky Ho cant let it alone lies like all the Siwards Mortimer doesnt care for Slward but lies an awfully good fellow all the same said Fleetwood turning to Plank Hes been an ass but who hasnt I like him tremendously and I feel very bad over the mess he made of It after that crazy dinner I gave in my rooms What You hadnt heard of it Why man its the talk of the clubsI suppose that is why I havent heard said Plank simply My club life is still In the future 1I0h said Fleetwood with an invol untary stare surprised a trifle uncomfortable yet Somehow liking Plank and not understanding whr Mortimer continued a desultory dis mission with OHnra concerning a very private dinner which somebody told somebody that somebody hind given to Quarrier and the Intercounty Electric people which If true plainly Indicat ed who was financing the Intorcounty scheme nnd why Amalgamated stock had tumbled again yesterday and what might be looked for from the Algon quin Trust companys president Amalgamated Electric doesnt seem to like it n little bit said OHura Forrall BM wether and Si ward are In It up to thHr nocks and if Quarrier Is really the god in the machine anti if he really Is doing stunts with Amalgamated Electric und is also mixing foot ylth the Intercounty crowd why he 6 virtually paralleling his own road anti why In the name of common sense Is he doing that Hell kill it thats what hell do lie cnn afford to kill it observed Mortimer punching the electric but ton anti making n significant gesture toward his empty glass as the servant entered A man like Qunrrler can af ford to kill anything Yes but why kill Amalgamated Electric Why not merge Why its a crazy thing to do its a devil of a thing to do to parallel your own line Insisted OHara That is dirty work People dont do such things these days Nobody tears up dollar bills for the pleasure of tearing Nobody knows what Quarrier will do muttered Mortimer who had tried hard enough to find out when the first ominous rumors arose concerning Amalgamated and the first fractional declines left the street speechless nnd stupefied OHnra sat frowning and fingering his glass As a matter of fact he said a little cold logic shows us that Quarrlor Isnt in it at all No sane man would ruin his own enterprise when there is no need to Ills people are openly supporting Amalgamated antII hammering Intercounty antI besides theres Ferrall In It and Mrs Ferrall is Quarriers cousin and theres fbi wether in it nnd Quarrier is engaged to marry Sylvia Landis who is Bel wethers niece Its a scrap with Har ringtons crowd and the wheels in side of wheels are like Chinese boxes Who knows what it means Only its plain that Amalgamated is safe if Quarrier wants it to be And unless ho does lies crazy- Mortimer squinting sideways at Plank and seeing him still occupied with Flootwood turned bluntly on OHara IISee here what do you mean by be ing nasty to Plank he growled Im backing him Do you understand lilt is curious mused OHara cool ly how much of a cad a fairly de cont man can be when hes out of tom perYou moan Plank or mo demanded Mortimer darkening angrily No I moon myself Im not that way usually I took him for n bound er and lies caught me with the goods on Ive been thinking that the men who bother with such questions are usually open to suspicion themselves Watch me do the civil now Im ashamed of myself Walt a moment Will you be civil enough to do something for him at the Patroons That will mean some thingIs ho UD Yes I will and turn Continued on Page Seven I cc I I IARemedy Reliable CATARRH Elys Cream Balm- Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protopfa the rliamiaiil tnitii bntue resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold In the FEVERstorosTaste antI Smell Fullsjze 50 cts at Druggists or by mail In liquid form 7G cents Ely Brothers 55 Warren Street New York Some people think that they are fond of lltoratun Just because they like to read novels Boston Globe Good For Everybody Mr Norman R Coulter a prom ir out achitect in the Delbert Building San Fr ncico says I fully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bitters as- a tonic medicine It idi good for every body It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and effici out manner and builds up the system Electric Bitters is the best spring medi cine ever sold over a druggists couut er as a blood purifler it is unequaled 50c at Severs Drug Co Do not neglect to keep your Loot polished You can always shine at otn end If you cannot at the other KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryIIII I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED ATISFAOTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED Miller Brick Tileo1incorporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v v Main OQice Rooms 8 and 10 I O O F Building Owensboro Kentucky Land For Sale By Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky Town Property AvenueWol1I 7 ii l5acrtis on HurdlnsburR md lJ 1OU Falls of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwehlDIt and a good big hunt Ho acres la oak and beech timber Tlio oak timber Is good tie timber Bee hi never been worked Timber can be LImestonelandtobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments 3 950 352 ucres on tlurdlnsburg and- y jralls of einklnj road 2 miles onestorydwellingsblacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 222 acres in timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water time year round Onethird cash and good easy terms ou balance 4751t PAlm FOIl SALE34 mile oil of between Cloverport und Uardlnsburg 7 miles from Cloverport 3 miles from Ilardlnsburg 107 acres of land two story building 7 rooms well at house two springs on farm never known to go dry a good orchard For pertlculars ask J no IISahl1e paymentsLAND FOR SALE F R SALFl50 acres of land situated near fromGarfieldments one small log dwelling three rooms good tobacco and stock barn corn crib 40 acres In woods white oak and post oak sold Fine lot of good hickory and ash to sell Price S500 For further Information wrlto Jno D Hnlihage Clovorport Ky CloverportJJon Cloverport and Hardinsburg turnpike Im provements 0room dwelling barn 28x30 feet and other out buildings I12 acres In orchard 500 bearing trees and 150 young trees 4u acres ItrassbalanceOoodlimestonewheat Well located for market Onethird cash balance ommsy terms CQqfl 7S aero farm 4H miles from CloyuuvJ vorport on Clovorport and How ling Green road well Improved B small dwellings 3 good barns smoke house hen house tint1 corn crib Ono good cistern and u fresh water s rings 1 tar and sulphur spring S3 acres cleared land balance In woods 7 acres In orchard Raised JiOOOO pounds of tobacco In lOOG sold It at 5S S and tJ On six acres of the wood land there aro 315 merchantable troes It Is a splendid farm for tolwvco corn and wheat The uncut timber valued at fK 10 acres In wheat This Is u good bargain for some man who wants a small farm u iFOU SALA splendid stand for a druggist physician in a good town surrounded by good prosperou farmers This Js just tho placo for soim young physician to step Into a good practice and a good drug business An old established physician wants to retire is the reason for soiling Kor further partic ulars address JNO 1J UAliliAGE Glover port IC- yannTh acres situated 1H miles from 3 OUU Holt Joins Gabo Pierce Ridge land IngooO shape good feuclug ono good dwol lluff house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn 30x48 feet 1 neverfalling sprlug two ponds This Is good tObaccol wheat and corn land 20 acreS In lite oak sugar tree arid beech balance cleared Plenty of good fruit Good road to StephensportSH miles and good roadto lIoltlK wiles This farm Is not worn out It Is good land and In Rood SIx Just the farm for a man with a small family 1 r i 1I 1 o r I u Meal and Feed at Mortons Mill We have just put in late improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner r ALL KINDS OF JJFOR J FoundryMachine I Boiler Electrical IttGasoline Boat 11Tinp and Galva nized Work Plumbers Mill Boat and Tin ners SuppliesCome Gloverport Foundry Machine CO Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Correspondenec Solicited U h Stylish Comf able T r r made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes Dade by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Export tailois employed J II HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind MEN AND LADIES OF IIYOUNlJ LEARN WANTED TO TELEGRAPHYand I fore has there oeen such a crying de mand for Telegraph Operators Over 0000 new positions ore created on the ellbthourgoing Into effect next March We Absolutely Guarantee Positions Un der a 150 Guaranty Bond wJOpermonthtortracts to place all our graduates Un der supervision of Railway Officials Main Line Wire 250 miles In length In our schoal rooms Established over expensesCataloK NATIONAL TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE I CINCINNATI O p s sas m IIoYrV JEWELRY The finest and best of all kinds WatchesClocks Silverware HollowareFlatware Musical instruments and findings TI Cu Lewis Son Hardinsburg Ky H DeH nOORMANAt- fornsy at Law- I1ARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of tho Courts of Drockonrlugo and adjoining count or Special attention given to collections Llceusoltojractlcei i i i ht S r 0 j i 7 f r n n BEARD BROS BREEDING STOCK HARDINSBURG KENTUCKYI This HORSE AND JACK WILL SPORTING BOY will make the season at 1250 to insure a living colt BLACK WARRIOR JOIN 10 to Insure a living colt Money due when mare is traded or parted with A lien retained on colt for payment of same All possible care taken to prevent accidents or escapes but not responsible should any occur 1st premium Sporting Boy 20 2nd premium Sporting Boy 1250 1st premium Black Worrior John 10 2nd pre mium Black Warrior John 5 Will give 100 for pre IIBEARD BROS Owner ELDER Manager Hardinsburg CANT BE SEPARATED Some Cloverport People Have Learned How to Get Rid of Both Backache and kidney ache are twin brothersYou separate them And you cant net rid of the backache intil you cure the kidney ache If the kidneys are well and strong he rest of the system is pretty sure to ie in vigorous health Doans Kidney Pills make strong ealthv kidneys Elvin C Wast living on Main st Voss Street Elizabethtown Ky says Since I gave a statement recommend ig Doans Kidney Pills on April 1905 I ave never failed to advise their use at very opportunity as they cured me of idney complaint when other remedies tiled I was troubled at timos with ackache which was so severe that I mid hardly attend to my work and pouftig lifting or any overexertion auld cause sharp twinges of pain My dneys finally became disordered and 10 secretions were irregular and un itural in appearance Downs Kidney ills were recommend to me and I pro xed a box They quickly cured me the trouble and I am happy to say at during the last few years there has I FOR I I jji DACKACHE- j 1 j PAIN IN CHEST DISTRESS IN STOMACH I i AjP MAKE STAND AT HARDINSBURO KY AT THE STABLE FORMERLY OWNED BY C V ROBERTSON not been the slightest recurrence of the troubleFor by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster MilburnCo Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansandt- ake no other BLACK JACK NOTES Lonie Hurdtsty went to Paynesvilli Wednesday on business Mrs Nannie Prather sue daughter Myrtle spent last Wednesday with Mr Celia Mil or and daughters Miss Ora Hardesty went to Flaherty shopping Wednesday Clara Brown of Guston spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ernest Brown The young folks enjoyed the socials at J W Downs and W D Prathrrs last week Joe and Dick Prather Simp and Ernest Downs Robert Barnes Gus Newton and Ernest Wright left last Saturday for Lafayette Ind Miss Annie Dowall went to Garrett Saturday afternoon Mrs J II Shacklett spent a few days in Brandenburg last week the guest of her daughter Mrs Bernice Price Severn of our some boys left last week for Indiana to work hiring the year and left some of our fairest girls wearing very long faces Mrs Nannie Bradley is home after mium colt from Sporting Boyrill vivo 75 for pro mium colt from Black Warrior John Sporting Boy won at the BrockSnridge County Fair 1907 premiums as best stallion any age in Breckinridoe county Bost saddle stallion mare or gelding in Brcck inridge county JNO Ky spending a week with her father R W Smith near Irvington Mrs W B Dow 11 spent rsrfof last weekwith her fa h r near Harned Mr and Mrs Jim Slp e spent last DIPratherWilbur Epperson spent last Satu day night with Deck A lams of Irvingt n For n A red in star find a on of lift is a of and He is in I hi has the of feet and and is as us any in lIe of the of the and of He is by is by and his is by 3s2 X S III U Vol 1 is by the No was by G5 and out of 57 was by 106 was by the 07 was by G4 74 5J Ls asa of is by the 2 7 had more to his any in his and for his sire and by th 2nd was by ren ho by was one of the and ever had was by old the of the in and His way by was one of the of in and not the line but has all the in and He is a a to all in a trot he is a and in a he is a Ho iis has a sure one of the and one of the in I HH and is a sure and of se part of last week with Lula Miss Lou with Mrs of Mr and Mrs of have to Ed f r the year I 9- LiidinetunsUrpassedIt a or 50 6 Dr Earl S U 5 A I DRMILES ANTIPAIN PILLS 1 NEURALGIAI nHEUMATI5M SLEEPLESSNESS FOR Headache V TAKE E of the Little AND THE PAIN is I I J Sporting Boy oriel stallion foaled 1UJII+ with small little white inside hind ankle This grand stallion great style brood bone beautiful color hands Ilervery best legs well bred nddle stallion America combines many characteristics both Morgan Don mark families Kentucky My Own Boy Jrtho i My Own Boy dam Helle Slaughter My Own Boy grandly bred My Own 1521 who Artist Lady Graves who Mont Rose Artist renowned King William who Washington Denmark King Yilliatnp sired Black Eagle who sired Black Squirrel who famous sire style and good qualities throughout Kentucky and many other states SPORTING BOYS dam renowned model and show stallion Endor who premiums credit than stallion day King Denmark clam Boliver Sporting Boys dam War Chief Cabals Lexington who most noted sires show stallionsIKcntucky Cabels Lexingtons dnm Tom Hal founder pacing horse family Kentucky Tennessee second dam Old Copperhottom who founders saddle horses Ken tucky Tennessee SPORTING BOY only possesses blood qualities action beauty saddle horse from walk gaits and trotter rack wondor absolutely sound and proven breeder BlackWarrior WarriorJohn Known as the Miller Jack bolt breeders finest lacks Kentucky hands high weight 1000 pounds foul getter DmJi tIBrtIlI Misses Fannie Lizzie Shacklett Pared spent Sipse Shacklett spent Wednesday Laura Burch Garrett Leslie Roberts Rineyville moved Bungars Snnvin Curb or Splint 810 pain very quickly needs very little rubbing and does not leave scar blemish An antiseptic remedy for fistula and any abscess thrushIPRICE 254 JOO Ioons Treatise PoultrySentAddress Sloan Boston t1dss U Tablets GONE Kodol is today the btst known and most reliable remedy for all disorders of the stomach such a9 dtsFepsia heart byrn sour stomach and belching d gas Kodol contains the came juices found in a healthy stomach Kodol i pleasant to take It iis guaranteed to give relief and Iis sold liens by nil druggists GUSTON MissC1air Board of Big Spring is the guest of Miss Lucile Richardson Mrs Sallie Jarette is spending the- week witl Mrs Tom Durbin Mrs John Durbin returned home Fri day after spending a week at Basin Springs the guest of Mrs John Dowell- A O Marshall was called to Irving ton Tuesday to see his brother why is dangerously ill O C Richardson and Roy Anderson left Tuesday for New Mexico on a prospecting tour Mrs Ceo H Anderson is seriously ill at her home Miss Jane Jantsen and brother Roy are on the sick list Miss Beulah Dowell left Thursday for Basin Springs to spend a few weeks with Mrs Dowell Charlie Jantsen came down from overIGus W Richardson returned home Thursday from Frankfort He was ac companied by his daughter Mrs Julia BrownII If you have HeadacheTry ThyI Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no had Aftereffects 25 Doses 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulk Young1 Men and Ladies Young men and ladies YL ambition should learn telegraphy Under the new 8hour law which goes into effw r next March over 18000 additional tel egraphers are required by the railroa in the United States Positions p begiDnlrYouh time For full details write to t ht National Telegraph Institute Cincinnati Ohio- DeWitts Little Early Risers swill safe sure little liver pills Sold bv alt druggists The LouisvilleTimes is the livest afternoon Ipaper- publilihed anywhere It prints the news right up to the min ute hour or more editions every day The regular price of The Times is Sri a year but you cnn sot th- eBreckenridge News AND THE- Louisville Times Both One Year For 500 If you will send your order to this paperNOT to Tho Times r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO == === cc == = == = = Issued Every Wednesday r ulwriptibn Prlco l00a ycttr or 125 if rllidnt the end of yea CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at the rate of in cents per line OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino Money ia advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please otify us- 1yhdn ordering a change in the address subscribers should give Each old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT u PAGES = =WEDNESDAY MARCH 25 1908 u- J SURE the rich have the same sorrows as I have an not astnanny throubles praps to take the sting out iv their sorroWs Id be TDeepin in me apron half th day thinkin about me age ifIdidnt hove to be thinkin ov thrent Stir Dooley WIlY SOME MEW GET TO BE BOSSES- In a brilliant speech delivered to the Central Railway Club at Buffalo and published in the Railway World George A Post told some true and wholesome things about the American industrial bosses These men have become bosses because they were not afraid to do I moro work than other fellows getting tho same pay because they smiled while others grunted because they lifted while others leaned because they looked up not down and sought instead of shirking responsibility There was a station agent said Mr Post named New man at Shreveport La a number of years ago Shreveport is still there but Newman isnt lIe is now president of the New York Central There was a brakeman on a railroad in the Northwest named Underwood but ho is president of the Erie now Mellen of the New Haven was once a cashiers clerk on a little New Hampshire road Brown of tho New York Central used to be a section hand Baer of the rending was a printers devil Finley of the Southern usedl to be a stenographer and McCroa of the Pennsylvania rose from a rodman in the engineer corps Mr Post argued that those men benum l ors in the right way by reason of their willingness to work hard and loiv1 ambition to attain success + Ho argued further that they are nit Bother bettor and broader men for the success vhich theyI haw Iaintdaud the world itself iis bettor because they burn become bosses Then he went on to say No amount of the Utopian propaganda f or socialistic sophistry can ever change the eternal fact thutff tho higher intelligence will be dominant over tho lesser energy will win over indolence thrift will accumulate more than improvidence and courage will conquer whore cowardice failsWall Street JournalMr Newman referred to in this article is tho same boy who was born out hero near Clovorport on what some people would call a pOOl farm Ho got his inspiration right out there The little farm wasnt big enough and ho branched out There arc just PS many op portunities for tho boys of Brockcnridgo now as there were then Thoro in always room at tho top for the boy that is willing and knows how We hart learned something recently regarding Mr Taftd history ns a public servant that has changed our opinion as to his fitness for the Republican nomination for President We were inclined to be for Gov Hughes who has made a splendid Governor of New York State but aside from this he iin without experience Air Tuft is J thoroughly equipped front the ground up having had the experience I and is thoroughly in touch and arcord with the Roosevelt policiestt Besides Mr Taft is one of sho boat lawyers in the country which is a necessary adjunct to the high position i f Chief Magistrate Mr Taft is a poor meal While he has held a public ollico since he was eigh teen years of ago he has not accumulated uny of this worlds goods I There is no graft in his makeup Ho is a thorough American and a statesman and would make a bettor President even than Mr Roosevelt Breckenridge county Republicans shouldSend a solid Taft deleJ ntion to tho State Conventiono During the lust week many have paid several dollars on past due subscriptions and it is very gratifying to us to have our old subscribers come to us and cheerfully pay the debt they have carelessly neglected Besides our good collections we have received number of new subscribers having received ton Saturday The fact that people are more interested in their homo paper is becoming clearly evident every day Why shouldnt they be It is tho reflection of their own lives the thoughts of their own friends and tho cream of t tho worlds news Subscribe for your home paper and work for its f interests because it is not tho editors publication alone but it is yours also Wo have hoard ofa good many Night Rider notices being posted at different points in this county but wo have not been able to locate one or see the man who themnThere is n whole lot of idle talk along this lino that should bo supr pros ed The least said the hotter for all Dont put up any of those 1 notices for a joke It has ceased to be a joke but n condition that confronts uTO believe there is not a man nor any body of mon 1 in this county who would take advantage of the darkness or a mask to injure his neighbor Let us all be considerate It is no timo for playing jokes There is more ground broken in this county up to tho present I time than has been in ten years before said a well known farmer to tho News Ho said the farmers were in bettor shape with their spring work and doing more than he had over seen them Tho crop of spring lambs was never bettery The wheat crop is looking fine St Patricks Party Wednesday afternoon Miss Anne Jarboe entertained a large company of friends including the members of the Girls Club at her home in the East End The game of hearts was played t l IS L L progressively and Mrs Owen Brashear won the prize a bunch of violets Easter flowers were given with the tallies which were green honoring Stt Patricks Day and the same color was carried out in the garnishings of the luncheon I wSWildtwnw Ja HARDINSBURG Fiscal court begins April 7th A go d crowd attended county court Monday 1Sandy Davis has gone to Muttoou III to live C l1 McGlotblan of West Point Was in town Monday Wnde Pile the hook merchant was in Town Sunday and Monday Gofrey flail has come home frog Clucinmili for nn indefinite stay The will of George M Vila deceased was admitted to probate Monday Miss Mnry Injne of Bewleyville fis viMting her sister DAs JHS Witt Tom Moore remains untble to leave his room though improving slowly Mrs J E Wright of Louisville i the guest of her father Judge Mercer Herbert Barnes principal of the Ir vington schol WAS in town Saturday Mrs 1ied Ferry of Cloverport is the guest of Gen find Mr D R Murray Charley Edmunds came down from Louisville Friday returning in thei afternoonLewis Kincheloe came down from Louisville and spent Satur ay and Sur day at home Miss Mamie Miller and Mr and Mrs Joel Pile went to the city last week to see Ben Hur Miss Johnnie Moorman of Glendeane was the guest of Mrs David Murray several days H J Roberts the merchant has moved into the Squires cottage on Louisville street Houston Alexander has qualified as administrator of the estate of the late George M Pile Jas H Gardner was in Louisville several days last week purchasing his spring stock of goals The crowd that thronged Beards opening Saturday was another testimony of the effect of printers ink Herbert Beard spent last week in Central Kentucky inspecting bloocUd He made s me purcnoses Forest Haynes the insurance man from Owenboro was in town Monday He will be in the county this week Hon Jouu P Haswell is at home hard at work with his office work which was necessarily interrupted by his ab fence through the legislative term Morris H Beaul and son Franklin returned last week from Florida and Cuba Mrs Beard aud the other mem bers of the party will not arrive for set eral weeks O car L Bramlett son of James Bram lett of Rosetta was in town Monday He is eighteen years old and is six fett ten inches and still growing His eight is 232 p uuds John P Haswell Sr after extending his visit from Louisville anti Frankfort to Lexington and Cincinnati where he visit d his grandsons Arthur and Earnest went on to Gircleville Ohio to visit relatives lie is expected home todayThe sheriff made these stiles Mondav The Richard Adkisson homastsad of 50 aCtOd to to Clint Adkisson for S6SS1 20 acres of land on the Stephensport ipad to Pete Sheeran Bros Co fo 11110 the plant and slock of th I Hanlinsburg Canning Company to W A Walker and others for 4001 W T Gregory and Win Carman o Garfield H E Prymire of Frvmire John Alexander of Burae John Cook of Custer Wick Moorman and Leonard Oelze of Cloverport and Huse Alexan der of Burns were among the well known citizens of the county seen on our streets Monday Master Commisnioncr Lee Wells Mon day made the following sales of land The Triplett tracts of land at Giufield to A A Richardson for 888911 the H V Meador tracts of land to J L Kirtley and Tb Johnson for 800 theI old Pumphrey and Richardson farm on Lost Run of 100 acres to Clint Davis for 1850 four tracts of Shumate land to John Cook and R 11 Dowell for 2125 An order of the last fiscal court directed Jos St Clair in company with some tiidge expert to inspect the bridges belonging to the county and re port their condition at the April terml of the fiscal court Last week with S T Keys bridge foreman on the railroad- at West Point he began the work of in specting the thirtysix truss bridges under his supervision They will com plete the work this week There Is more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to bo Incurable For a greet many years doctors pronounce In a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment pronounced It In curable Science hus proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Chcnuy Co Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutional euro on the market It la taken Internally tIn doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case It falls to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address V J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Take Hulls Family Pills for conttlpatiou L s a TI AAWriis Invited to Attend the Grand Opening IEverybody ofII Spring and Summer Goods IOfEd F Alexander Successor to Gardner Bros I SATURDAY MARCH 28 1908 Having purchased an entirely New Stock of goods I am prepared to show I to the people of Br ckenridge and Meade counties the best selected stock of goods ever brought to Irvington at lower prices than has ever been Iknown in Irvington 01 Shoes Brand Shoes arc hotter All the latest styles in Oxfords black and tans you will find IIStur that are right A I I Beautifulcreations in Ladies Neckwear Notions and Belts and Embroidered Shirt Waist Fronts and Embroideries White Goods and Laces over shown in Irvington 1 1HatsHats will bo shown at the lowest I prices Mens Shirts and NeckwearI IIshow a full line of Mens Monarch Shirts and Arrow Brand Collars made by Cluett eE Co also all the latest styles in Mens Ties 25c and 50c IIWe Ladies ReadyMade Skirts are also showing a nobby line of Ladies Ready Made Skirts that are made to fit and fit wear from 5 to 15 IIto Ladies GlovesWe are also showing all the latest shades of Ladies long Silk and Lisle Gloves of tho celebrated Kavsos make Do not failto attend this opening as 1 want every one to attend Best Calico Oc Clarks 0 N T Spool Cotton 5c I Hoosier Sheeting 512 Hope Cotton 712 Good Brown Cotton 5cz Carpet Carpet Tobacco Canvas I F ALEXANDER Irvington I ftW W tWM A1II 1LW 1I OklahomatRaymond Ky March 23Special On Friday evening EehrUuy 21 1008 ut 380 the spirit of Mrs C M Robins took its flight from this world back to Him who gave it Bfoe marriage she was Miss Nettle Cashnmu daughter of Looniud Lashman dt ceased She was married ko Mack Robbins of this county December 29 ISgT About seven years ago they moved to Brazil Ind and about three mid one half years ago went from there to Okla ofrwasecalled here to the bedside ot her father and after his death she left for her hadfnot had good health for several years and had been sck ever since she went home from Kentucky No one thought her dangerously ill until just a few days before her death which was caused by a tumorShe born November 11871 being 30 years old at the time of her death When quite young she professed faith in Christ and joined the Baptist church at this place She lived ntrue and consistent member until death She had taught in the public schools of this countyOn Sunday following her death after a song Well Never Say Goodbye in Heaven and prayer she was laid to rest about two miles of where she lived She leaves a husband mother and four brothers to weep for her while she is not doad but gone on before to a brighter world to meet a father two brothers and one sister who had preceded her there The writer greatly sympathize with the aged mother and dear companion in this their great loss Nettie tis hard to give thee UP But sweet to know you had bright hopes In a world more bright than this Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc Annual sales 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from CONTAINS ENHEDYS Mothers flndorSI It Pepperell Sheeting 24c Spool Warp white 22ctt Spool Warp colored 24c 2 2 12 3c yard lJ pounds good Soda 10c 41 11 t ED Ky 1 s railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particultrs write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky Mrs Randell Attends Her Sisters Wedding Mrs James B Randell leaves Louis ville today to attend the marriage of her sister Miss Furnall and Mr Wells The wedding will take place at Beech Lake Penn Miss Furnall spent the winter with Mrs Randeil in Louisville She is a trained nurse and Mr Wells is a successful business man fifty years of age Be careful about that little cough Get something right away some good reliable remedy that will move the bowels Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup acts gently yet promptly on the bowels and allays inflamation at the same time It is pleasant to take and especially recommended for children as it tastes nearly as good as maple sugar Sold by all druggists Important 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 Fri days and Saturdays John D Babbage Wants Another Golden Rod Harlem Mont March 18 1908 My Dear Mr Babbage Find enclosed personal check for two dollars kindly send the News If the subscription has already expired begin again where you quit as we do not miss any thing Cant you find another Golden Rod from the Bewleyville neighborhood I am glad to know that the cash system is proving a success With best wishes for yourself and the News Very trulyHunter Hardaway HONEY 1AXATIVE Children like It rKingswood ment Program Friday April 24 8 P MLittle Folks Entertainment Saturday April 25 10 A M PreachingSaturday April 2o 8 P fLiter MusicalSunday 20 930 A MGen eral Testimony Service Sunday April 26 11 A lfPreach ing by E A Fergerson Sunday April 26 n P MPreach ing by Andrew Johnson Sunday April 26 8 P LPreach ing byE A Fergerson Monday April 27 10 A M Literary Address by L R Akers Monday April 27 3 P M Preach ing Monday April 27 8 P M Literary and Musical Entertainment i Tuesday April 28 10 A M Commencement Exercises The public is cordially invited We hope to have many old friends and pupils with us J W Hughes Interesting Magazine and- CoalAlete Grammar 1 Me aint got no education and d taint all me aint a wantin none is seldom heard now for the opportunities to learn are so great and given in such an interesting way that one wants au education and cannot resist it At least that is the way Correct Englisha splendid magazine appeals to everyone and the editor has just issued a grammar t I that offers much help to those who areI seeking perfect English Renews Subscriptionyy r Norvin Chancellor of Tar Fork was in the city Wednesday and renewed his subscription to the News Mr Chan cellor says the farmersabout Tar Fork have each decided to put in 24 acres of tobacco for next years crop The people of the Tar Fork neighborhood are all thrifty and there is no evidence that the panic has been within their gatesII AND DUGH Tastes so good TAR EyC DeWICHIIIUlO N n nu nn- flujfr tU dtiur with eared uo cooittptMai wpMltllr tboaa eonUlntaf Opiate Knndf Laxttlr Couth Syrup morn the bowls conUUs M OjIriiS For Sale by all Druggists J Co OJ iff H 1f Jr svV 04 yI o TiredIt may be from overwork but the chnnces arc Its from an in l 1 active LiVPP With n well conducted LIVER one can do mountain t labor without fatigue- It adds a hundred pea cent to ones earning capacity It can be kept in healthful action by i and only b- yToils Pills TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE 15he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAR 23 1905 Announement Wo art authorized to annoiinno ilio lION IU N JOHNSON us iv ciimlldiito f Tr tlee tlou to Congress fculMJet to thu iictlon of tho Democratic con vontlon PERSONAL AND LOCAL Lester Rice went to Irvington Satur dayWilliam Jarboe has moved to Tell Ntyl Miss Jessie Carr is visitingi in Hawes villeSee the Merry Widows at Mrs Polks Capt Rowland went to Louisville MondayDavid Phelps has returned home from IndianaWm McCoy has returned from Tar SpringsMrs Polk will have her opening on March 30- Orville Skillman went to Louisville ThursdayJ Daniels has been visiting in HawesvilleRoscoe has gone to Charles ton W Va L Reeves was here Sunday from HardinsburgJ of Louisville was here Sunday Mr and Mrs Barker have returned to Louisville Mrs Wm Hofflous has been visiting in Evansville Mrs Chas Waggonerwent to Evansville Saturday Chas Blanford of Irvington was here last week Ladies Home Journal April number News Office Mr and Mrs Chas Berry went to Stanley Sunday Claude Frank of Evansville is the guest of relatives Mrs Emmett Mattingly spent Saturday at Stephensport Miss Ray Heyser entertains the Girls Club this afternoon See the Merry Widows at Mrs Polks millinery store See the Merry Widows at Mrs Polks millinery parlors Col David R Murray was here Sun day en route to Hawesville Frank A Jarboe has moved his family from Buras to Kirk Jacob Miller has moved his butcher shop to P E Scotts store A M McCoy of Union Star has been the guest of Mrs Stiff Mrs Courtney Babbage is visiting Mrs Chas Kiel at Kosmosdale Miss Hattie Sterrett arrived last week from Skillman to visit relatives Mrs Sallie Moorman will visit rela tives in Hardinsburg this week J J J Dyer has been suffering from rheumatism durlngthe last week Messrs Wick Moorman and Leonard Oelze went to Hardinsburg Monday Mrs Fred Ferry tindduughterAnn e Murray are visiting in Hardinsburg Forrest Mjller and Pat Hinton have gone to North Henderson 111 to visit John D Babba e Jr will be home the last of this week to spend a day or two j Mrs Whitehnsr aid w Fr d White hous ar illat thIr InTnin tilt eut e II I I119rrcst Haynes of Owensboro has been the guest of Mr and Mrsl Frank Pay no- MrsI Frymire and little son of Sample have been visiting Mrs Eugene HaVnes- jjj Mrs J D Brashear arrived from Louisville Saturday evening to visit herr husband II Mrs A H Heston has returned to Hardinsburg after a pleasant visit to relatives I Mrs Forrast Lightfoot and daughter I June returned home from t I nightI Payne entertained Mr and Mrs Roscoe Severs to a dipner party Thursday Mrs E C Robertson and Mr J T F Owen of Glendeane went to Lou isville Monday On account of illness of Mrs Lucy Temple Mrs J H Wills has postpone her visit to Owensboro R E Moorman and daughter IIMrs Margaret are expected home from Louisville tonight The low prices nf Miss Evelyn Hicks + millinery are unusual and makes a new hat possible for everybody Miss Pearl Hall of Bethel and Miss Walls of Hardinsburg are the guests of Mr and Mrs Sam Brown Miss Cora McCoy and Mr Julius Sippel were the guests of Miss McCoy s parents at Union Star Sunday Mrs John Benham and neice Hattio Benham of Brandenburg have been the guests of Miss Helen Miller Miss Evelyn Hicks millinery consist of beautiful designs and exquiiite materials at most reasonable prices Geo Graham and Ed English left Monday night to accept positions with the Red Cypress Co at Petoria Ga J P Holden moved his family and furniture from New Albany to this city Saturday and will make their home Iin the colintry The pattern hats at Mrs Cordrey- are beautiful creations from Cincinnati and have a style that cannot be oxeelle- by other hats Mr and Mrs H A Dawley wh went to Chicago to meet Mr Dawley of New York have returned to their home in Louisville Mrs James Stites was a passenger on1 Sundays train returning home from Hopkinsville where she attended the funeral of her father Beautiful hats from Cincinnati are on exhibition at Mrs James Cordreyte A selection entirely different from another y milliners goods A model Epworth League devotionall meeting will be held at 730 at the Methodist church Sunday night and will be conducted by Mr Ira Buhen The young men gave two skating parties at the rink last week They are talking of forming a club to arrange for giving other social affairs Mrs James Cordrey is expecting a milliner from the city this week and will be pleased to receive orders for trimming and overhauling spring hats Arthur Coutys Cloverport friends re gret to learn of his serious illness Wor has been received that he is ill of rheumatism at his home in Nickerson Kas Mrs H V Duncan was a pleasant hostess to the Ladies Reading Club Thursday and tomorrow afternoon the club will be entertained byMrs Len McGavockMr and his daughters Misses Florence and Addie anti hi sons LaRue and David Jr returnedI home Sunday evening after a visit to relatives here and in Owensboro Dr J S Demonbrum of Hawes ville will conduct the morning services I 1 Girlhoodand Scott J Emulsion are1 1 linked together I 1I The girl who takes Scott J Emu Jon has plenty of rich red blood she is plump active andenergetic I The reason is that at a period when a girls digestion is weak Scott J Emulsion provides her with powerful nourishment in i easily digested form I It is a food that builds and keeps up a girls strength ALL DRUGGISTS 5Oo AND 100 Y s ICloaksSuits WaistsSkirts Departments Silks and Velvets Black Cress Goods Colored Dress Goods Ribbons Womens Neckwear HandkerchiefsLaces Embroideries Notions Linings r i TrimmingsWash Flannels and- Domestics Mens Furnishings Alt Needlework Pyrography China and Glassware Knit Underwear GloveseReadytowearGarments MusUn UnderwearEtc Millinery Shoes Carpets Draperies and Furniturea FOR MAIL ORDER- CUSTOMERS ONLY Sale Goods Can be Obtained Only through our Mall Order Department SpecialThis Week WCIMS 25c E c- t2c e A very sj flcia offer rg on ilia1 p pe IP to the if i1 rrita luye W mill V fast back r a r l10 se with IHO at kle of al t v rId e hr- stpchllc nd p ed lo wer witli IW siIle Alapill1lrQJI weekony wcoxvw ecn 332340 V Market Street LOUISVILLE KY FREE Wo will send to anyone living out of town who sends us their name and adJrcbs Tire Ladies name Journal Style Book onco a month for onq year free of charge uA at the Methodist church Sunday and the Rev Currie will hold a special1 meeting at Livermore to deliver a ser mon on collection claims To get well and keep well take Mc Leans Cordial Proved by more the fifty yuiri of use to bs the very bs health preserver strength maker an blood purifier 50 cents and X1001 pe bottle at all dealers ENTHUSIASTIC Colored People Form Taft Cub Saturday Night in 1 his City An enthusiastic Taft Club consisting of forty colored members was organized EIssorretnrydrousing was made by Rev G W Powell of the Methodist church- o advocating the nomination of Vm H Taft Farmers mechanics railroaders lab o irs rely on Dr horns EUctric Oil Takes the sting out of cuts burns or bruises at once Pain cannot stay where it is used Miss Young Returns The many friends of Miss Betty Katherine Young are pleased to loam that she has returned to spend this season at Mrs Folks millinery establishment Miss Young will have charge of the trimming department for which she ha been devoting special study of the spring styles at Cannon Byers iin Louisville She has a natural gift fo creating artistic hats and her work has given utmost satisfaction to the people of this city and the neighboring towns Dont think tint piles earths cured Thousands 01 obstinate cases have been cured by Doans Ointment 50 ceuts a any drug stureaThanksdMr and Mrs Henry Cashman wishto express their sincere thanks and gratitude to the doctor and friends during the sickness and death of their belovedI sister Mrs C M Robbinsof Oshuskey Oklahoma nod especially to the goodiI lady whom they wrote for I regarding her deaths Just a little Cascasweet is all drat iisj necessary to tive your baby when it Iisj cross and peevish Cascasweet contains no opiates nor harmful drugs and iisj i highly recom neaded by mothers every where Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drugs Late Sold by all druggist Mrs Armstrong III Mrs Virginia Armstrong continuos to be ill at the home of her husband John Armstrong in this city Mrs Arm strong has been a cripple for six years Her daughters Mrs Tucker Mrs Storms and Mrs Davidson are at her bedside Mrs Davidson arrived Friday from Oklahoma Pain can be quickly stopped A 25c box of Dr Shoops Heartache Tablets will kill any pain everywhere in 2Q min utes Besides they are thoroughly safe Painful periods with women neuralgia etc quickly cease after one tablet All dealers I Relieved of 30 Shade Nichols of Patesville did not get the worth of his money during his visit to this city Monday s he was quietly relieved of foO Just who took his money from his pockets he is not sure but it is gone and its quick de parture has made Mr Nichols feel likeII 30 cents I 1 c 1 r s i i I Dress Goods SilksDress Trimmings Departments Upholstery Shades Carpets Floor Coverings Corsets Stationery and Books Toilet Articles Hosiery Paper Patterns Linens White Goods Blankets Bedding Umbrellas and- Parasols Shirt Waists and Furs Infants Wear Leather Goods Toys and Sporting Goods Trunks and Bags House Furnishings Veilings and Dress Nets- Jewelry Boys Clothing Furniture Music AGENTS FOR TH- EDemorest Sewing Machine at 1622 + = L L 11t l IIi Wants I I 1 IY + JANTFUevery runner In IJrPckenrldjfi 5nASIIHV SON CUmrport Ky Send today for prier Ilst 1FUlt UEMTA furnished room In a resl urf town ittul dupor Apply in the News olllce FOB SALE PRINpINO Presses and Cutting rnnchtne lot of wood laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gus and Gasoline EiiKlnes MARTIN OAIHIt bill 3rd Street foulsvllle K- vWHEAT BINDER FOR SALEU- sed slightly W B OEIZC Cloverport Ky n Irre6Ae OrRlOutbr 1 11 Millinery Opening I I lIIilli1nry 11field righ- tLouisville summer is See the best her millinery lino and her of 1PIingII t J Evansville Packet Co sUNCOIPOItAT1CD Fast Passenger and Freight 1Line between Louisville and- r KvntuvllleSteamers SteamersCity Tarascon tLenve Louisville Monday Wednesday Friday and Saturday at 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday anti Saturday at 6- pm Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship merits delivered quickerl than bc ImIl PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 200 200nCloverport to Oweusboro 100 Splendid accommodations for stock Gtiieral Office 154150i58 4th at Louisville Ky C V WILLIMS G r ird I A jChns F Taylor Receiver Henderson Route Notes Special Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 115 and llo and all trains Sunday Round ttrip tickets will be sold at reduced rates to local points good to return Sunday Home Seekers Raton 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 April30thto West and Southwest February 4 to 18 March 3 and 17 Mr Hanks Recovers il R Hanks who has been ill a month was here Saturday Mr Hanks iis in the grocery business at Stephens port and his friends and customers are glad to know he has recovered froni the grip Mr Rogers Here Jackson 11 Rogers of Cabot Ky was a visitor to Cloverport Wednesday and was cordially welcomed by his friends Mr Rogers called at the News office and paid several dollars for sub scription 1 i I r i MELT MET AT NOLILS SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK Laces and Embroideries At 5c Per Yard Including VALE TORCHONS AND PILLOW CASES Embroidery Edges and Insertion to Match J C Nolte r82 Bro Cloverport Ky Formal Opening MRS POLK Exclusive Millinery Monday March Thirtieth- A i r i cordial invitation is Hi extended to all I Cloverport Kentucky r Send us 20 CentsIII I I For a Trial Subscription to the KENTUCKY POULTRY JOURNAL Brandenburg Ky The Kentucky Poultry lourrn I lis an enterprising pushing and progressive poultry journal A live red Instructive periodical cllllerent from all Un rest If you want to make money out of your fowls If you wanttogetKood results with less work If you want to learn how to save your little rlilikrns If you want to know whIt to do In till poultry yard each month Send In your subscription Tins offer for it limited i time onlyII I ACONVKMKNT KKLI- AIJLK METHODI I ofconducting iin expense account is the pitying of all hills Ill CIIKCK Both men and women soon learn its value by experience and onco forming the habit never relinquish it Its convenience accuracy simplicity and its positive uplift ing of the financial rating of both j the merchant and family purse 1 holder commends it on sightIThe Bank of Cloverport 1 welcomes the deposits of men and women who can appreciate its many benefits I Bank of Cloverport Cloverport Ky J Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 296 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky closingIout our Paint Stockand while it lasts let us save you money 25cT040c A Gallon Cheaper Severs Drug Co a t I I e Itt I We use the best grade I medicines obtainable and ofII proscriptions are exactly I PhSiCianlPrices pete in price with who use inferior druggistsIIsell at Cut Prices line of roods Irvington Pharmacy Cut Rate Drug Store- L B MOREMAN Mr I A Hadies Home JournalNews oilier v I i t tt Miss Rue Meador left here Snturdu for Davis County where she will ta It a spring schooL She was accomp nice by her sister Kitty who will visit her aunt near Owenib roo Mary Beauctmmp left here Tuesda for Kingwood College Messrs Esker Payne Sandy Davis and Don Payne left here Wednesd for Mattoon Ill to seek employment- J M Boatty went to Hardinsbury Thursday on business Mrs Ella Davis Is some better at this writingMr M Realty went to Kings w JJd FridayRev Hardin ptvached at Ephesi Church Sunday Several of this vicinity bate the mumpsMethodists pra er meeting meet at Harned school house every lInda night H K Gray ot rUndeaneI WAS visit Irelatives herr Suturdaj and Sunday ijviitu a number from here went to Hunlinsburjj Iii urlay Baptists pralrI11L ting meets at tin Baptist Church tverv Wednesday night t Juick climate changes try strong contentions and cause among other evils nasal catarrh a troublesome and offensive disease Sneezing and snuffl ing nighing and difficult breathing and the drip drip of the foul discharge into the throatall are ended by Elys Cream Hahn This honest remedy contains no cocaine mercury nor other harmful ingredient The worst cases yield to treatment in a short time All drlttists 0c or mailed by Ely BroI56 Warren Street Now Yor- kCUSTER Mrs Aluier Bennett who has been suffering with nervous prostration fur several weeks is improving John Miller bought of Forest Alex an Jtir a nice span of mules for 1470 Mr and Mrs Otto Trent came iu fn m their country house and spent Sunday with Mrs Allied Taylor John Cook iis in Lmisville telling tuba CO John Alexander from Suras cams in M nday and spent the day with his daughter Mrs Mollie Alexander and family Miss Edna Dowell will return to her hotn at Big SPlint the laUof the week Gilbert Pile is in Louisville on busi ness Esquire J CA McCamish held inagls tr tes court in Cutter Wednesday Tto town was full of visitors attracted through curiusity and bukiness The m rchunts did a blue liboon busiuens Mr Lin tr veliug for the Belknap hardware firm was howdyduing with our meicnuuts Wednesday Wm AdkirMu Rosetta was in Ouster Wednesday attending courtI W Kane was KU attendant at court WcdnesUay Judge Mercer of liardinsburg pitI sided over the court Wednesday Not be OK used to crowd he pronouuced thu one hers a perfect mob Alias Edna Dowell o Big spring who ha uteu with her sister Mrs John Co ke for a true visiting teturund house Thursday Wm Doran and J E Meador of Big Spring were in Cutr Wednesday Esquie George Harned has recuTered his hearing and now conveiMS with eave and enjjynieut wih h s host of friends Sleep Sleep is natures re building period when the energy used by the brain muscles and organs is re newed If you lose sleep your system is robbed of the shouldbgive Continued loss of steep multiplies this loss until you become a phys ical wreck Dr Miles Nervine quiets the irri tated nerves and brings refreshing invigorating sleep Nervine contains no opiates and therefor leaves no bad aftereffectsF- or over two year I suffered un told agonies my friends thought I was going crazy I could not sleep nor rest at all I tried different doc tors but failed to find relief My head would ache all the time I was like one drunk could not concentrate my mind and was so restless and worried that sleep was out of the question After taking one bottle of Dr Mlles Nervine I felt wonderfully changed I am now on my third bottle and am gaining all the time I can lie down and sleep like n child and am able to do my work MRS MAY SCOTT English Ind Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return price of flrat bottle only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co ElkhartInd I is4L4A V I iM A MOTHER st4 r1fa How many American women in lonely homes todxy long for this blessing to rimu into their lives and to be able to utter these words but because of some organic derange ment this happiness is denied them Every woman interested in this subject should know that prepara tion for healthy maternity is accomplished by the use of LYDIA E PINKHAMS VEGETABLE COMPOUND- Mrs Maggie iihner of West Union S Cwrites to Mrs Pinkhnm I was greatly rundown in health from a weakness peculiar to my sex when Lydia E Pinkham Vegetable Compound was recommended to me It not only restored me to perfect health but to my delight I am a mother Mrs Josephine Hall of Bardstown Ky writes I was a very great sufferer from female troubles and my physician failed to help me Lydia E Pinkhains Vege table Compound not only restored mo to perfect health but I am now aproud motherFACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs has been the standard runiedy for female ills and has positively cured thousands or women who have lioen troubled with displacements inflammation ulceration fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear ingdown feeling flatulency indiges prostratIOnYhyi hrs Pinkhaiu Invites all sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Mass Mr A B Olivvr and iMrs Dr J W MHflir sisters art both si k m this writing Haivty Allen for Cftudy nice WM in Cuter Ilurtdity talking sweet stuff to our merchants MrsI Htnry B Head of R setts spent the day in town TUllllayISltIDi her Taylor friends Mt Priest gave an Old time AC k ing TuMdHy inviting his ht of friends both married and single His wife at the same iaie gave an old iathloued qutliit g bet A substantial tsble wee retld at 12 oclock and sll did justice to Mrs PrUsts menu ve one voting it unsurpassed in qual ity aid quantity In the tveiiitig the young folk delighted in an uld time ply party thus ending the jjyful dltv Ddt t g the stctm at about 0 oclock aui Tuesday Mr Tom Ct m was struck y a bolt of litfhtuing She remained unconscious three or four bou s We have tailed to 1 arn of the extnit of her injury The Inw suit lbetween J Cook and Sim Morris w ia postponed Hewey Board iis yet confiued to hit bed from tha effects of pneumonia John Burnt tt Norton radar sptn Thursday and Pi iday in Cutter trading and buying horses Several of our countrymen disposed of their stock tat Healer in the world Rev F Starbird of East Raymond Maine saps I have used Bucklens Arnica Salve for several years on my old army wound and other obstinate sores and find it this best healer in tu world I use it too with great success in my veterinary business Price 25c at aevers Drug C- oSTEPIIENSPORT Mrs L B McCubbins and daughter Ruth have returned from Hardintburi Mrs G B Cunningham of China nLLI pusted through town Saturday en routt to Brandenburg to visit her niece Mrs Fannie Rhodes Mrs Abe Burnett is improving a this writing Dr D B Buler of Louisville was In town again last week doing dental work Hubert Gilbert was called home from San Francisco to the bedside of his mother Mrs Johnson Stiles Abe Burnett was taken to the Lakeland asylum last week The switchboard has been moved from R A Shellman s to the office on the corner of Main street Mrs Pike Conn has charge of it Mrs John Nevitt of Irvington and Mrs Ella Hnyder of Woodland were guests of Mr and Mrs Dr Nevitt Sat urdayDick Smith of Wolfcreek passed J Y 1 l1ou htownlasteeker1o e to Tel City to purchase a gasoline brake William DoWells tO sons are here in the office with Ed Atkinson learning telegraphyJohn who has lately returned fron the Philippine Islands was the guest of his uncle Phil Plocklast wick- S II Dip returned from Frankfor last week R A Fmthund Tohn Adair were In Cloverport last week Mrs P R Roberts is on the tick liH Unequaled as a Cure tor Croup Besides belrg an excellent reined for colds and throat troubles Chamber lains Cough Remedy is unequaled as cure ft r croup says Hairy Wilsen o f Wnytetown Ird When given as sod- Hs the croupy cough appears this tern edy will prevent the atti ck It is used successfully in many thousands o f homes For fale bv Severs Drug Co A Progressive Young Farmer Hurry Bell a progressive young far n er of Meade Ciunty thinks he holds ht record on imnbs so far this season He has on hs farm near Guston 06c if the prettiest little Inmbs one ever saw allr n their feet lively and playful AS- k tteii dropped from 37 ewes Harry is very pntd of them and nurses them like babies night and day He also has I12 head of fine young mug s I nl A lot of cattle plenty of hay corn and grass to feed them on Everything looks good cn his place Order system and saving is Ins way and it rings results J D Durhin who has been with him for several yscrs knows how to do thugs is not afrnid to do them and Mr Bells success is largely due to his good work and management It makes H fellow feel good and feel like he would like to be a farmer him self to go ever Mr Bells place and see how he makts everything count There hould be more young farmers like Harry Bell Generally debiliated for years Had sick headaches lacked ambition was wornout and all rundown Burdock Blood Bitters made me a well woman Mrs Chas Freitoy Moosup Conn RAYMOND Harrion Af hcraft has moved his saw mill from here to the farm of Hoyden Basham nenr Clifton Mills Jerry Basham had the miifoitune to lose his pocketbook one day last week It had about forty dollars in it and has not been found Mrs II W CAshman lost her horse old Maud on last Tuesday She had litI en a good and faithful animal and was nearly twentythree yenrs old J B Noiton and wife spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Roscoe Norton of Frymire Mr end Mrs Walter Cheusult moved on J E Mercers farm last week and will raise a crt p there this year A Sundayschool was organized at this pace Ibst Sundsywitlt the follow ing officers and teachers Carton Ater superintendent S A Stiff assibtunt stipe iltendent Miss Blanche Hall secretary and treasmar Miss Mary Mercer organist Mrs E A Cashman Misses Cordelia and Mary Cashman and Mrs Glen Macy as teachers Mr and Mrs Oral Cromes visited Mr and Mrs Ezra Launian near Union Star Sunday Mr and Mrs Chas Bajsingor have returned to their home at Paynosville after spending a few days atSam Aters Proctor Knott nnd family spent Sun day at Robert Nortons of Lodiburg Miss Mary Mercer returned home Saturday after a several days stay with itr aunt Mrs J F Claycomb of Ir vington Walter Gray of Brandenburg visited I his wile Saturday and Sunday Mrs Gray is spending some time with her grandmother Mrs Alex Ilondry Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls curages and lessens ambition beauty vigor dollarI by 1 and cheerfulness soon when the kid neys are of order or diseasedKidney trouble has become so that it is uncommon a child to be born afflicted with weak kid neys If the child urin ates often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage It is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It is sold by druggists In fifty cent and one sizes You may sample bottle mall disappear out prevalent not for too difficulty not I tree also pamphlet tell Home of 8ramplloot- Ing all about it including many of the thousands of testimonial letters receive- from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer k Co Binghamton N Y be sure an nentlon this paper Dont make any mistake but remember th name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y- Ii 1 I 01 Aver bottln r rrPut Your Money where It will prow under your own control and prow aster than In any other sill way writs for our tree Ixoklet N which tolls all about how to Hank by Mull safely nnd conveniently from any part of tho State Wo pay 5 per cent Interest annually Our capital se cures you jWho Will Be PresidentThis year and evory man must read to keep posted on politics Th- eCourierJournal Henry Watterson Editor Is It Democratic Newspaerp but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of th- eWeekly CourierJournal But you can get that paper and th- eBreckenridge News Both One Year For 150If you will give or send your order to this paper=NOT to The CourierJounml Daily CourierJournal 600 a Year Sunday Courier=Journal 200 a Year We can give you a combination cut rate on these if you will write this paperIN- TERESTING INSTRUCTIVE Correct English How to sere A Honthly Magazine Devoted to the Use of English JOSEPHINE TURCH BAKER Editor PARTIAL CONTENTS Course in Grammar How to Increase Ones Vocabulary The Art of Conversation Shall and Will Should and Would How to Usf hem Pronunciations Century Dictionary Correct English in the Home Correct English in the School What to Say and What Not to Say Course In Letter Writing and Punctu- atbn Twenty Daily Drills Business English for the Business Man Compound u ords How to Write Them Studies in English Literature AGENTS WANTED 100 a Year Send lOc for Sample Copy CORRECT ENGLISH Evanston 111 L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND No JIB Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverurrt 507 AM stops at Irvlncten and West Point only arrive at Louisville 725 A M No ill Hilly Mall ima lix press leaves Clr verport J004 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1245 p m Train No 114 Dally fast mall loaves Ole verport 450 p m stops at all way stations east of Clovorport except Mystic arrives at Loulsvlllo 735 u m Train No 148 Dally Olovorport accommodation arrives Oloverport 848 u m WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Evansvllle coacmmodatlon leaves Oloverport fltOOn m stops at all way stations arrives Evansvllle 900 am Train No HI Dally fast mall and express leaves Cloverport 1043 a m stops only at Hawesvlllc Lowlsport Macao Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mall and Express dally ar rives Oloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 115 dally St Louis fast train leaves Olo PlII arrives Evansvlllol35 Averport1106t 40 A M stops at llawosville Owensboro and Henderson only No 117 Express Sunday only leaves Olo vErport 925 a m arrives Evansville 1215 p m Stops at all way stations Chair cars on trains 111 112 113 114 betweon Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and free reclining chair cars on trains 115 and 116 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EASTBOUND Train No2 dally except Nnday leaves Fordsville bOOco n rrves Irvington 840 a mTrain 5d20 pm onlydPordt viUo630a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 1100 am arrives Fordsville L4- 5pTrainNo5 Doily leaveslivlnRton 650p m arrives Fordsvlllo 1015 pm 1 Jp YOU MAY NOT NEED IT NOW Put It In Some Safe Place For It May Come In Handy Some- Day Here is a simple homemade mixture as given by an eminent authority on Kidney diseases who makes the state ment in a New York daily newspaper that it will relieve almost any case of Kidney trouble if taken before the stage of Brights disease He states that such symptoms as lame backpain in the side frequent desire to urinate especially at night painful and discolored urination are readily overcome Here is the recipe try it Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound argon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Take a teaspoonful after each moral and at bedtime A wellknown druggist here in town is authority that these ingredients are all harmless and easily mixed at home by shaking well in a bottle This mix ture has a peculiar healing and soothing effect upon the entire Kidney and L t1l s F G C B F S as on or e e + 1 l Yl Ie i Llck3 72 Tell 44 1 Urinary structure and often overcqmes the worst forms of Rheumatism in just little while This mixture is said to all blood disorders and cure th Rheumatism by forcing the Kidneys to filter and strain from the blood and sys tem all uric acid and foul decomposed waste matter which cause these afflictions Try it if you arent well Save the prescription McQUADY Mrs Rhoda will leave for Cal WrightIshe will visit while in the West Len Taul has furnished a new piano for his daughter Irene who has been music lessons at Fordsville under Mrs Alma Head Forest Lyonn was in several days last week on business Earnest Dyonnetio who has been on a prospecting tour of Kansas and Okla homa returned here last week sacs its a groat country but he prefers Kentucky with its line horses and pretty women Garfield has purchased a town lot here and contemplates building on it in the near future School here is progressing un der the management of Prof Laslle see9ceeeeeeeeeecoseeeceeeeeieseeleeeeeeeeemeeeessS K LionxrooT Vlcel resldent CHAS SKILIMAN AsstCa hlerJ The Old Relia- bleBRF3CKINRIDGI3 BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest on time deposits Business and solicit- edrtleeNeecmeeeeeeeeNm ee Nefeeeylss- eeeeoeeeeoeeee4eeee0e0000 eoeeee4ee4eeoeeooee44aN C The 11 of Hardinsburg- and Trust CompanyCAP- ITAL 5000000- B BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD e PAUl COMPTON Assistant Cashier I Morris Eskrldge W Beard DIRECTORS Lafe Green Vic Robertson Beard Dr A N Kincheloe D Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity i Intrest Paid Time Insured againsfLoss by Fire Burglary We4e0eeeeleeee4eee44eeeeeeeeeeeeeeoee 9ee Nee- xs4lreeeseoeceeaeceeemeaoeee eeeeee+ deeee9eeaieee fta I First State Bank IIIRVINGTON KY VlrtPresldenII0e H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited iiInterest Paid on Time Deposits ee43ee1aee0tae4tteee0mt1i4te4A4te eeees eee4e oe Y THE 1 Fifth Avenue1l I HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr Y TttTi iTiT IYjTi Yom s a remove Wright taking Earnest Burden nicely paid great small Cashier it C- II Trie most centrally located and only Brstclass hotel In the city making a tOO rate Only block from the principal w- shoppinKatstrict and two blocks from tho principal theatres Street cars pass thedoor to parts 4 city- Everything neat andicleao z The Carlsbad of America French Lick and West Baden Springs Ind Now reached by direct line of th- eRailway t Southern Leave Evansville 7 am 2 pm Rockport 7 am 2 15 pm Cannelton 7 15 am 2 15 pm Tell City 7 am 2 pm 11 Troy 7 am 232 pm Arrive French Lick am 5 pm Arrive West BadenI0 am 5 pm Daily Except Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS Evansville to French 16 RockportI 2 Cannelton 2 CityII 2 Troy 2 Louisville Deposits one 8 all of the 5 x 20 20 15 25 22 35 10 20 45 30 55 52 60 To West Baden3 20 2 56 4 2 76 264r 2 48 E D Stratton P A Evansville Ind J C Beam Jr A G P A St Louis Mo u i uw b I1 i i the Fighting Chanceig in his chair he salll to Plank Awfully sorry I acted llko n bounder Just now nfter having accepted your hospitality at the Fells I did mean to be offensive and Im sorry for that too HopI youll overlook It and be friendly Planks face took on the dark rod line of embarrassment Ho looked quest IninglyI at Mortimer whoso vis age remained noncommittal then di rectly at Ollara I should be very glad to be friends with you ho said with an Ingenu ous dignity that surprised Mortimer It was only tho native simplicity of the man veneered and polished by constant contact with Mrs Mortimer and now showing to advantage In the grain And It gratified Mortimer boo cause ho saw that It was going to make many matters much easier for himself and his protege The tall glasses were filled and drain ed again before they departed to the cold plunge and dressing rooms above whence presently they emerged 111 Btreet garb to drive downtown and lunch together at tho Lenox club Plank as Fleetwoods guest Having OHara and Fleetwood to give him countenance Mortimer man aged to make Plank known personally to several governors of the club and to a dozen members then left him to his fate whence presently Fleetwood And OHara extracted him fate at that moment being personified by a Peterilthnessclub bore and together they piloted him to the billiard room where he beat them handily for a dollar a point at everything they suggested You play almost as pretty a game as Stephen Siward used to play said OHara cordially Youve something of his cue movementsomething of his Infernal facility and touch Hasnt he Fleetwood 7 I wish Siward wero back here said Fleetwood thoughtfully return Ing his cue to his own rack I won der what he does with himself where be keeps himself all the while What the devil Is there for a man to do If he doesnt do anything Hea not go- Ing out anywhere since his mothers death He has no clubs to go to I understand What does he dogo to his office and como back and sit in that shabby old brick house all day and blink at the bum portraits of his bum and distinguished ancestors Y For awhile they talked of Slward and of his unfortunate story And the pity of It and when the two men ceasedDo you know said Plank mildly I dont believe he over did It OHara looked up surprised then shrugged Unfortunately he doesnt deny It you see lightingnclgnrUl thattIowas he couldnt have done it If he had been sober the governors would have been bound to take his word of honor But he couldnt give that you see And after they pointed out to him that ho had been In no condition to know exactly what he did do he shut up And they dropped him and hes falling yet- Continued Next Week BABYS EYESIGHT IS THREATENED By Terrible EczemaHead Became a Mass of Itching Rash and Sores Would Scratch Till Blood Came Much Money Wasted in Fruitless TreatmentsDisease Was Soon CURED AT SLIGHT COST BY CUTICURA REMEDIES Our Httlo girl was two months old when she got a rash on her face and within five days her face and head were all one sore Wo used different rome pies but it got worso instead of better and wo thought she would turn blind and that her cars would fall off Sho suffered terribly and would scratch until the blood came At night wo had to pin her hands down This went on until she was five months old then I had her under our family dOD tors care but she continued to grow worseHo said it was eczema When she was seven months old I started to use Cuticura Soap Cutlcura Ointment and Cuticura Resolvent and in three weeks what a changol I kept using the Cuticura Remedies for two months and our baby was a different girl You could not see a sign of a sore and sho was as fair as a nowborn baby and all for the small cost of a dollar and seventy five cents where we had spent ten times the money for doctoring She is now two years old and has not had a sign of tho eczema since Mrs H F Budko R F D 4 LoSueur Minn Apr 15 and May 2 1007 SLEEP KILLED By an Itching Humor Another Cure by Cuticura Remedies- I broke out with a humor which spread almost all over my body The itching would get worse on retiring so I could not sleep I tried several remedies but it grow worse until I got some Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Pills which began to reliovo me at onto By the time I had used ono vial of the Pills a wishaHamburgArk torEveryelsts of Cuticura Soap 25c to Clcanso the Skin Cuticura Ointment BOc to Heal the Skin and Cuticura Resolvent SOoor In tho form of Chocolate ilpoated Pills 25c per vial ot CO to Purity the Blood I Bold throughput the world Potter Drug Chem COrp Sole Props Boston Ii 1 llld Free CUUcum Book on Skin Dlaeaauc- S A frat II A Ifowell of Savannah Cuba Recommends Chamberlains Cough Remedy liAs long ago as I cah remember my mothor was a faithful user and friend of Chamberlains Cough Remedy but never in my life have I realized its true value until now writes Prof II A Howull of Howells American School Havana Cuba On the night of Fob runry 3 our baby was taken sick with a- very severe cold the next day was worse and the following night his con tlitlon was desperate He could not lie down and it was necessary to have him in the arms every moment Even then his breathing was difficult I did not think he would live until morning At last I thought of my mothers remedy Chamberlains Cough Remedy which we gave nail it afforded prompt relief and now three days later he has fully recovered Under the circumstances I would not hesitate a moment in saying thut Chamberlains Cough Remedy and that only saved the life of our dear lit boy1 For sale by Severs Drug Co Willing to Help Young Mr Snpley was maklnsn protracted call upon the object of his affections Miss Evans who was n pianist of considerable ability She had just completed twent flue minutes of Bach In the hope that he would get tired rind go home Oh Miss Evans he exclaimed I could Just die listening to your paintWould you lo to hnvo me pnv some more Mr SipleyV asked Miss Eynns inuorrntlv Remember that when the stomach nerves fail or weaken dyspepsia or indi gestion must always follow But strength en these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and then see how quickly health will again return Weak heart and xidney nerves can also bs strengthened with the Restorative where heart pains palpitation or kidney weak ness is found Dont drug the stomach nor stimulate the heart or kidneys That is wrong Go to the cause of the ail ments Strengthen these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and get well A simple single test will surely tell All dealers Talking Machines Everything lovely down at the houseYes We are leading the quiet life these days How do you work It Well you see we have a phonograph and It alternates with my wife after supper Nashville Banner I No Use to Die I have found out that there is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can get Dr Kings New Discovery says Mrs J P White of Rushboro PatII would not be alive today only for that wonderful medicine It loosens up a cough quicker than anything else and cures lung disease even after the case is pronounced hopeless This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds lagrippe asthma bronchitis and hoarseness is sold under guarantee at Severs Drug Go 50c and 1 Trial bottle free CHINESE WRITING Every Scrap of Ever Kind Is Held to Be Sacred The Chinese hold every scrap of writing sac ed no matter what the characters express the merest com mercliil message advertisement etc Since Coufrclus used these characters to teach his wisdom they are holy In the average Chinese community all letters und waste papers ire laid away in a clean receptacle to awn It the collector who appears at regular Inter vats to trarifer the waste papers to the sacred furnace If the papers were burned by the Chinese In their own homes the ashes of the sacred writ Ings would mingle with the ashes 01 wood and other fuel and the ashes ofI Chinese writing are as sacred as the writing Itsef The ashes from the snared furnaco are placed in sacks the sacks are conveyed by wagons to the sea and therein n Mon Par boat arc curried out where the tide runs swift and con signed to the waves The Mon War boat belongs to tho Mon War Sher which Is a lodge with branches everywhere organized and maintained for the purpose of paying reverence to the spirit of Confucius The furnace In the Chinatown which nearly every large city In the United States harbors Is generally a brick ovenllke structure about five feet high Opposite It on the wall there will usu ally be an Inscription of the character of the following The spirits of our ancestors are pleased that we keep sacred the writing of our country Tho society of Mon War Sher Club I of the Beautiful Writing Is made up in each case of the prominent denizens of Chinatown who support It by vol untary contributions which pay time salaries of the keeper anti his assist ant New Yrk Tribune A MERCHANT He Used to Be One Engaged Exclu sively In Foreign Commerce Originally the term merchant was applied only to one who traded with foreign countries and who owned or chartered ships for that purpose Chaucers Marchaunt Ho woldo the sea were kepud for cny- tliingo Betwlxo Mlddulburgh and Orewello Tho merchant of Venice had Von the ocean his argosies with portly sail and so had all the other merchants aBout wCbm poets or hWtoi Inns have written So also in the Bible there is no confusion about the meaning of the word One passage alone will servo as an illustration She Is like the mer chants ships she brlngcth her food from nfnr Proverbs xxxi 14 Do Qulncey writing In the early part of the nineteenth century Autobiograph- Ic Sketches says My father was a merchant not In the sense of Scotland whore it means a retail dealer one for instance who sells groceries In time cellar but In the English sense n souse rigorously ox clusive that Is ho was a man en gaged in foreign commerce and no other therefore In wholesale com merco and no other But now It is no longer necessary to plow the Spanish main to give one this time honored title for any one who sells eggs by the dozen or flannel by the piece is nt once put down ns a merchant London Notes and Queries 100 paid bv Dr Snoop 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 iu these little Candy Cold Cure Tahl tsPreven- ticsis certainly complete Its a 100 against 25 centspretty big odds And Preventics remember conain no quinine no laxative nothing harsh nor sickening Pneumonia would never appear if early colds were always broken Safe end sure for feverish children 48 Preven tics 25c All dealers Pretty Slow Slow Walter Have I over been In the country sirssir Why do you ask Tired Customer I was Just thinking how thrilling youd find It to sit on the fence and watch the tor tosses whiz byilarners Weekly The Lucky Quarter Is the one you pay out for a box of Dr Kiugs New Life Pills They bring you the health thats more precious than jewels Try them for headache biliousness constipation and malaria If they disappoint you the price wilt be cheer fully refunded at Severs Drug Co Stung Mr Jawback That boy gets his brains from me Mrs Jawback Some body got em from you If you ever hart any Thats a cinch Cleveland p This is what Hon Jake Moore State Warden of Georgia says of Kodol for Dyspepsia E C DeWitt Co Chicago IllDear SirsII have suffered more than twenty years from indiKe tiou About eighteen months ago I had 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 Ibs in fact I made up my mind that I could not live but a abort time vhen a friend of mine recommended Kodol I cons nted to try it to please him and I was better in one day I now weigh more than I1ever did ill my life amid am in better health than for many years Kodol did it I keep n bottle c instantly and write this hoping that humanity will be benifited Your very truly Jake C Moore Atlanta Aug 10 190 Sold by all druggists How Much He Thought About Her They were on their way to the the miter and she was tremulously happy She felt that the words she longed to hear would bo spoken that night und the Idea made her almost dizzy with delightMr Sampson she said softly why do you wear that bit of string upon your finger Oh replied Mr Sampson tubing It off that was to remind me of my en gagement with you tonight It wasnt much hit It was enough to take away till delightful dizziness London Chronicle WINCHESTER Brush Shells For Bird Shooting These shells make a big open pattern at ranges j most birds are shot With them you can use your duck or trap gun for field shooting with out mutilating the game They are loaded in Leader and Repeater grades Your dealer can get them for you GET WINCHESTER SHELLS ACCEPT NO OTHERS I A tag from a 10cent piece will count FULL value A tag from a 5cent piece will count HALF valuo TOBACCOwith i it S Save your tags from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST Master Workman Sailors Prldo Horse Shoo Ivy J T Pick BitBlackHaturalleala Matursl teat Tonpenny 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 for the following and many other useful presents as shown by catalog Gold Cuff ButtonsSO Tags Fountain PenlOO Tags English Steel Razor 50 Tags Gentlemans Watch200 Tags PocketbookSO TagsII Many merchants supplied themselves with presents with which to redeem If cannot your tags redeemed at home write us for catalog PREMIUM DEPARTMENTT- HE AMERICAN TOBACCO St Louis r r IIWe pay for t r lV Dont fail to attend Glasscock Cos ProduceI 1 Sweeping Reduction Sale OF Dry Goods Groceries Clothing Shoes Hats and every article in our store There is something doing with us every day and hour ftof c pay theIhighest prices for producer are the Low Price Home I J t I 55c Flour 65c and 70c L GLASSCOCK CO GLENDEANE KY lV lY ITi quicklyIloost11so mess that Dr Snoop tells mothers to use notii iug else even for very young babies The wholesome green leaves and tei der stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub give the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heuls the sensitive membranes No opium no chloroform harsh used to injure or suppress Demand Dr Shoops Take no other All Uealeis THE QUADRANT How the Idea of the Device Cam to Thomas Godfrey Concerning Thomas Godfrey n fa mous American mathematician there Is an interesting account in the Lit erary History of Philadelphia Godfrey was a glazier lie secinod to be one of the most singular phenomena that ever appeared in the i learned world Ono tiny while at work at his trade I a girl came to a pump and filled a pall with water which was left upon the sidewalk The suns rays were re flei ted from Godfreys glass to the pallor water and then to his eye thus com pleting a triangle This Is said to have surostcd to tho glaziers mind the which In 1780 became the basis for IlllII double reflecting sen quadrant Prior to this time English mariners j had been using Davis bow tp ascer tai their at sea but it could I not be adjusted In n storm Godfrey gave the subject careful study taught himself Latin In order to read New tons PrincIpia and endeavored to I have the value of his Invention recognized In England While thus engaged be determined to have tho device tested on n ship bound for the West In Jamaica the quadrant was exhibit ed or presented to an English sea captain Thus the Important discovery came Into the possession of Hadley n mathematical Instrument maker In London whose name It usually bears In spite of tho long exertions of Americans of tho eighteenth century to have Godfreys claims es tabllsled and honoredI I t c French Briar PipeSO Leather Pocketbook 80 Tags Steel Carving Set200 Tags Best Steel Shears 75 Tags i Republican State Convention ville flay 6 For this occasion trip from Cloverport May 5 and 6 to re turn 9 I iAr- rr Ladys Pocket Knife40 Playing Cards 30 60yd Fishing Reel60 have tags you have CO Mo bmnctial nothing Thomas young latitude Indies influential Tags Louis round Good May Tags Tags cash We payII cabbage I c- Pound Middle Ridge Poultry Yards Single Comb White Leghorns Bred to Lay Strain Eggs 100 per 15 2 00 per 50 300 per 100 MRSIisJ Hr PAYNE TOBINSPORT INO Phone 131 Box 20 WHO ORDERS CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR from time grocer strikes time key nota of successful baking To be sure all flours will produce bread bnt it takes hard Winter W eat with over twenty years knowlii- e i- ffe in milling it such as used in making Cadicks produce bread than any other flour Your grocer will supply it C GrandvievaI 3 u Croup positively checked In 20 mla CoughRemec1ynothing harsh A simple safe pleas alldealers1I 4 c fl iAMERICAN OFFICERS OF HIGH RANK 0 AND OTHERS ENDORSE PERUNA Prominent People Recom nioiid the Remed- yPeruna Dr Hartmaiis World Re nowned Catarrh Medicine A Remedy for the Grip Qon W II Parsons 025 H St N W Washington D C writes as follows Upon the recommendation of personal friends and many strong testimonials to the efllcacy of Peruna In tho treat ment of the numerous symptoms of the grip with which I have been affected for four months past I have been Induced to undergo a treatment of this justly celebrated formula- I feel a decided change for the bettor by its use for ono week only especially In toning up the stomach and a conso quent decided effect upon my appetito I therefore feel much encouraged that 1 am on the road to complete restora tionMy numerous friends In Texas whore 1 have had the honor to command a brigade of her veteran cavalry In a four year war may accept this voluntary testimonial to the merit of Pornna from a sense of obligation for its wonderful efficacy Peruna a Good Tonic Gen M 0 Duller of South Carolina writes from Washington DO as followsI recommend Peruna for dyspop sia and stomaoh trouble 1 have boon using your medicine for a short period and I fool very much re lievedIt is indeed a wonderful medicine and besides a good tonic Colds In the Head and Throat Ohas W Bowman 1st Lieut and Adjt 4th M S M Cav Vols writes from Lanham Md as follows Though somewhat averse to patent medicines and still more averse to becoming a professional affidavit man it seems only a plain duty in tho present instance to add my experience to the columns already written concerning theicurative powers of PerunaeI have been particularly benefited by its use for colds in the head and throat tI have been able to fully cur myself Iof a moft severe attack in fortyeight lUfcrrf by its use according to directions JJ- HI use It fie a preventive whenever threatened with an attack Members of my family also use it for like ailments Vo are recommending it to our friends in Ho HUll excrement was caused at Witohsll on the Henderson Route branch Monday when the employees of the L H St L work train were surprised at a notice from the night riders saying that they must not allow negroe to work there and further no ifid them that tliey must leave by six oclock that evening The railroad company sent armed men to protect their employees but when thy got there every negro had lilt Tilt work train was d livering the steel for the new Madisouvilit road Parsley Sauce for Pick your pursley over carefully leaf by leif and wash thoroughly in several waters to rid it of any insects or particle of dirt that may adhere Into one half pint of boiling water add nne tea spoonful of salt boil parsley ten minutes drain mince fine Place in stew kettle oneliulf pound of butter when melted add one tablespoonful of flour to cream then add one pint of milk and lot it come to boiling point Serve hot This iis also a nice sauce for mackerel The New Idia A Welcome Visitor Seattle Pa Dear Mr find en closed 100 move my subscription up one year I am glad to note your new I move to carry only paid in advance It names on your list That is an excell ent move both for us subscribers and for yourself It gives us the sense that so long as the News makes its visit IC regularly its paid for and you have the dollar which is a mighty handy commodity these days The News is a most welcome visitor to my home I most hartily wish for it and you Mr Babbage success in the and good resolves Yours very truly- C B Bates Bob Parr Shoots llinlself Raymond Ky March 23Special The people of this vicinity were greatly shocked on last Monday March 16 when the report was heard that Bob 1- I Peruna to the Afflicted I TIKirby GENL K RBYi Friends of mine having used your Peruna catarrh cure with I good results lam Impressed Wltlljj Its curative qualities and can rec I ommend It to those who are afflicted Peruna In Tablet Form Some pooplo prefer to take tablets rather than to tako medicine in a fluid form Such people can obtain Peruna tablets which represent tho medicinal ingredients of 1ertina Each tablet is- quivalent to one average dose of Po runa For Catarrh of the Stomach Genp W Duffleld Washington D C writes I have used Peruna in my family and here found it a valuable medicine and take pleasure in recommending it to all who FalTer from catArrh of tho stomach or who require a tonic of prompt elneacy Night Riders Play Their First Game Breckenridge Croquettes BabbagePlease Recommends Parr had shot himself between the eyes about 7 oclock in the morning with a pistol He only lived a few hoursdying about 430 in the afternoon The day before he had borrowed a pistol from Hughes Frymire saying he wanted to kill a dog He was 4 8 years of age and unmarried He loaves one sister Mrs Annie Green well of Rhodolia and one brother Bloom of California He left no word to explain the shoot ing of himself Rev Rushing Surprised A pleasant surprise in the form of an informalI reception was given the Rev J T Rushing pastor of the First Methodist church last evening It was Mr Bushings birthday but he was not ex pecting the reception Henderson Jour nal i iiBorn March 2i to the wife of Chase i Morton a boy I IRVINGTON I weekIbusiness Mrs M M Bardwell returned to Louisville Saturday after spending sev eral days last week the guest of Mr and Mrs H H Kemper Mr and Mrs C S Neafus left Sun day for Louisville for a short visit to Mr and Mrs Ernest Galloway Mr John Doriot was called to West Point Saturday to attend the funeral of his nephew After spending several days here visiting friends Rev F H Farrington left Sunday for Athens Alabama for a ten days visit to his mother Mrs Mary FarringtonMrs H McGehee after being the guest of her sister Mrs Skillman at Stephensport returned home Friday Mr and Mrs L H Jolly entertained very informally a number of their friends on Tuesday evening The funeral of Mrs George AnUer to tts o7 Gen AM Legg pER z DEAFNESS CAUSED BY CATARRH RELIEVED BY PERUNA F 1 yI1 S A M Legg writes from the Savings Bank Building Washington IIGen as follows I pleasure in endorsing tho many recommendations I have heard i and read of Peruna because of having had knowledge of tho truth of so many of thornfII Wo always toll our sick and ailing friends or tho remedies that wo have learned from oxporlonco woro good for us when ailing in the same way and we do it as a duty wo fool that we owo them Why is it any tho loss our duty to advise all tho people wo can when we know of a good and comparatively remedy that mattes many cures and benefits in almost all cases t My own little personal experience of boing relluvcd of daafnoss caused ii- it byasiejroof catarrh warrants me in advising all the aHMcted to just try t t Peruna YS MyHM 1 I son was held At her home near Guston on last Saturday morning and the burial was in the Anderson grave yard conducted by the Rev Jaggers Mr and Mrs Charlie Chamberlain left last Tuesday for Cleveland Ohio to be the guest of relatives for two weeksMrs Mary Peyton spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week in Louis ville visiting her brotherMack Peyton Miss Villa Drury is expected home this week after spending ten days in Louisville with her sister Miss Drury You can count on Breckenridge county boys and girls to make good in nearly every instance We tender con gratulations to Joe Piggott who comes oft with the best average in mathamatics in a class of 300 in his High School work in Indianapolis- Dr Owsely of White Mills Ky was here Friday the guest of Mr and Mrs G F Marshall and to see their son Dr C P Marshall who is very ill Miss Dowell of near Harned is spending this week with Mr and Mrs J 1 Adkisson I Mrs Bdd Roberson returned Sunday from Lodiburg where she has been the guest of her mtflhor Mrs Payne Mr Newsom Gardner who is travel ing salesman for the Selz Bro of Chicago spent Saturday and Sunday at home the guest of his wife Mr G L Bandy was in the city Saturday on a business trip Mr R M Jolly is making quite an improvement on his store by having it painted and discorating his show window which is very pleasing to the eye as you pass by I theIMr and Mrs Wilson of McQuady were the guests of Mr and Mrs Luther Wilson last week for a few days Dont forget the big day for Irving ton Wednesday March 26 Henry Lazarus the great horse buyer will be hereThe averages for the third month of the private school were very good Those attaining the roll of honor were Eliza Piggott Katherine Wimp Beulah Mudd Jack Board Lewis Bennett Moremen Mary Heron Gillia Dowell and Lewis Herndon Badges of honor were offered to those not speaking ex cept by permission Those going one two and four weeks receive a badge of pink cream and white respectively All these have received the three badges Watkins Mudd Katharine WimpEliza fGENL inexpensive l r Used Peruna Satisfied As to Its Merits Recommends It to All Sufferers Gen S S Yoder 203 Md Ave N E Wash ington DO writes I desire to say that I have found Peruna to be a wonderful remedy I only used It for t satisfiedtIt to all suffererst at suits for 289 750 suits for 4 15 4 cans corn 25 large cans tomatoes 25 1 can red salmon 11 lbs No1 12 Ibs KaraVan cof 98 1 can sweet potatoes 09 1 can oatmeal 09 A good line mattresses springs chairs tables Wood bedsteads a great reduction line all this hardware at a great I For Kidney Trouble Coughs and Catarrh Gen A Hawley 1336 25th Sty N Ivy Washington C writes- I have used Poruna and find it very beneficial for kidney trouble and es pecially good for coughs colds and ca tarrhal trouble Convinced of PC runas Merit Brig Gen J Floyd King Washington DC writes I unhesitatingly stato that i am con vinced Peruna is a medicine which will effect all that is claimed for its use dosirous of obtaining special directions with regard to tho use of HartIPresident of the Hartman SaniI turium Columbus Ohio 1 I and Dowell II L AAArnI WWA ii INew Spring Goodsf IIf IfIExtraordinary offerings groceries clothing IMy stock Spring Goods andwe invite inspection a complete merit patronage Remember whether CUTS CLOTHING III I 475I 3 8 coffee965 hominy091 Furniture of at T D man 15 00 suits for suits for 797 overcoats for 315 750 overcoats for 1000 for 1500 overcoats for 650 22 Ibs beans98lIb best tea 50 1 95 7 bars 25 20 lbs red beans 99 14 12 2 Ibs 1 can oysters 09 Snaps- Mens Kip Brogans guaran teed lo turn water Reg ular price 275 cut to 238 Mens Lace 400 500 and 6 cut to290 385 and 435 Ladies Shoes that sill at 175 225 300 and 350 cut to 148 195 239 and 298 Childrens shoes accordingly VMrMWw When Other Remedies Failed Pcru na efficacious Hon Gee W Honey National Chap lainJJ V U ExChaplain 4th Wiscon sin Cavalry ExTress State of Wisconsin and ExQ Master General State of Texas G A R writes from 1700 First street N E Washington D C as follows Tcannot too highly recommend your for tho relief of catarrhal troubles in their various forms Some members of my own have used it with most gratifying results When remedies failed Poruna proved most efficacious and I cheerfully certify to Its curative excellence Pcruna a Standard Treatment For Catarrhal Diseases Mr John 0 Dayton Tenn and mining while a Captain in tho Federal during the Civil War contracted a ease of This malady was constant and persistent inducing tho development of ailments also became chronic After taking a course Poruna Capt Nelson writes Having been painfully with chronio rheumatism and tho adjunc tive complications for and after having received many general and special treatments with only tem porary relief I read your scientific treatise on catarrhal diseases At my request you prescribed a special course of the Poruna remedies which I closely followed and am happy to rs port that my rheumatism and oompli ailments are subdued and I feel young at tho ago of 00 years Reason will your classification of catarrhal diseases M and trno and the Peruna remedies as a standard treatment for thorn I thank you heartily for your skilled and logical advice Enjoys Renewed Health and Strength James J Osborn 628 Wahsatch Ave Colorado Springs Colo has filled all the positions in Knight Templars Masonic Order was a Mason since 1860 Judge of County Clinton Mo and also County Collector of Clinton He writes leA sluggish liver which I had been troubled with for two years made life miserable and I was unable to attend to my business half the time I lacked onorgy had most of the time and my food distressed and did not seem to do mo a particle of good Reading of the many cures per formed by Pornna I decided to try a bottle Before I had taken many doses I felt bettor 1 took it as for two mon hj when I was a well man Piggott Mary Heron Beulah Mudd Lewis Herndon Wilbert Dowell early in life to control the unruly Lewis Bennett Moreman Jack Board they are learning member W WV W I Iin dress goods hats caps shoes and our store this weak I of is open I have line and trust that I may your you are wel I come you buy or not II IN I GOO I r I lye box Nits Iron Beds and and cots complete and re duction Colds Those 710 1800 375 overcoats 460 white bushel potatoes soap kidney lib Califor peaches soda 4 Shoe Boots regular price Proved preparation family other Nelson geologist engineer Army rheumatism other which of afflicted many years Bated again accept scientific Court headaoho mo directed Gillia Thus now 600 12 500 raincoats 355 450 raincoats 290 150II Pants 90c 100 125 200 225 and 250 Fincks overalls at 182 I GROCERY REDUCTIONS 1111 Hardware- A Best lard 11 1 Fresh side meat 11 Fresh shoulder meat 08 Curedmeat 09 14 N O molasses 47 Vinegar country 27 Oil 12 12 10 Hats and Caps 350 hat for 248 300 hat for 192 250 hat for 145 200 hat for 125 150 hat for 98 125 hat for 78 Caps for 16o to 50 Regular price 25c to 750 1 1Watch For My Spring Opening Ad Next We- epRMJOLLYIrvingtonKy I AAA I j I f d I o J- J i