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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT i VOL XXXII I CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL It 1908 8 Pages NO 38 RINGLEADER IS KNOWN Gov Willson Says oldiers and Detectives Will Soon Land Him SIXTEEN RAIDERS KILLED SO FA- Rt HAS WORKED SECRETLY f ft I have worked steadily and patient Iy and as secretly as the night rider bands themselves I call you to witness that you saw no proclamation issued when the troops were ordered here or there they found it out when they got there They have not been ordered without a reason for it They have never been held back when it was proper for them to go They never will be held back whenever any time comes that any part or the whole of the militia will be useful to the people From Gov Willsons speech delivered at Louisville Sunday 4 Frankfort Ky March 28With- my troops and my force of detectives I am glad to say that I believe I have i the night rider situation well in hand havingwfrom out of the State who were in conference with him on another matter for some time yesterday The gentleman who quoted the Governor V said that he was feeling well sat 4i andithat he expressed confidence that he would soon have the ringleader in the 1 lawless movement throughout the State In the penitentiary 1 SIXTEEN RIDERS KILLED My men practically have their hand 3uponthe man who is behind all of those disorders and his three lieutenants When the time is ripe they will act the Governor is raid to haye declared further He said that the soldiers had already killed 16 of the night riders Governor Willson is said to have ex pressed himself as very solicitous lest he be compelled to call the Legislature into extra session to provide ways andr means for providing funds for taking care of the appropriations made by thec 3 General Assembly The Governor used the veto axe free ly in an effort to cut down the aggregate amount but notwithstanding this the total amount of appropriations which become effective is 1448400 Governor Willson left for Louisville this morning on his way to New York where he will appear in a case at Altbany He will go from there to Chi cago where he will deliver an address at the Hamilton day dinner on next t Friday night- Secretary Taft is also to be present and will speak- Lieutenant Governor Cox arrived inI the capital this morning to assume the t cxt ecutive returns It is said that Gover nor Willson will take up the Caleb Powers case immediately upon his return ELOPE TOiOWENSBORO Former Cloverport Boy Steals A St Louis Girl Wedding Took Place Tuesday VISITING IN TillS CITY Mr Thomas Wine and Miss Selma Richter of St Louis were married in Owensboro Tuesday morning at 10 oclock by the Presbyterian minister Rev Hudson The young couple had been engaged for some time but their marriage was hastily planned at the Union Depot in St Louis just before the train pulled out for Kentucky Mr Wine was coming home for a visit and his fiance had come to the depot to tell him goodby when he persuaded her to elope with him They are now visiting relatives at the Satterfield home in this cityMiss Richter is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas Richter of St Louis and is a most attractive young girl Mr Wine is a former Cloverport boy and is a member of one of the best and oldest families of this county He is now holding a position with the street car company in St Louis Issues Call For Convention M L Heaverin chairman of the Re publican committee of the Fourth con gressional districthas issued a call for a district convention to be held at Eliza bethtown on May 5 to nominate a can didate for congress a presidential elec tor two delegates and two alternates to the national convention which will meet in Chicago on Tuesday June 16 The delegates to the convention will be selected in mass convention on April 25 Powell labeling Dies At Tar Fork Tar Fork March 30Special Powell C Tabeling died at his home here March 21 He was thirtynine years of age He is survived by two sisters and five brothers A precious one from us has gone A voice we loved is stilled A place is vacant in our home Which never can be filled God in his wisdom has recalled The boon his love had given And though the body slumbers here The soul is safe in heavenA FriendE H Young Man Dies at Flaherty Black Jack Ky March 30Special Whitt Lancaster died at his homeii Flaherty last Wednesday March 25 His death was the result of two weeks illness of pneumonia He was a promising young man and a member of a prominent family The entire community is stirred with grief over his death and deepest sympathy goes out to the bereaved family I The remains were interred in the St Martins cemetery Friday morning at 1030 oclock with short services s Clothing I r We make a specialty in this line having bought our clothing from Baltimore and Now York we are in position to give you good fits and the latest styles in Mens Youths and Clothingand that are lower than ether merchants will charge for inferior goods if you think that is all talk come in and see us a I1 0- i DIES UNDER AMERICAS FLAG Dennie Sheeran a Native of Ire land Dies at a Ripe Old Age GREATLY BELOVED CITIZEN Hardinsburg April lSpecial Dennis Sheeran aged seventyfour the first of last November quietly breathed his last at the residence of his son Den nie Sheeran in Hardinsburg at 130 oclock Monday March 30 after suf fering from cancer of the stomach since last September Four weeks ago betook to his bed without hope of recov ery but with perfect resignation The deceased was a prosperous farm er a lifelong Republican a strict mem ber of the Catholic church an upright honest honorable Christian man whose life and conversation are worthy ex amples of imitation He was born in Queens county Ire land and came to New Orleans at six teen years of age From there he reached Cannelton and later came to Cloverport where he worked in the old coal oil factory for two or three years Leaving there ne went to the Kirk neighborhood where with his brother Dan he bought a farm They were great tobacco raisers one year making 3000 from this crop alone After dissolving partnership be bought land of his own and continued successfully to farm- Fortyfour years ago last December he was married to Miss Hannah Powers of Cloverport who survives him Their surviving children are Pete Sheeran merchant at Kirk Dennie Sheeran in the livery business here Nicholas and Patrick near Kirk Mrs Lon Jarboe of Kirkand Mrs Marcus Mattingly of KirkThe remains were laid to rest at 830 high mass this Wednesday morning in St Rouiualds cemetery Hardins burgIn his final illness his sisters Mrs Annie Rooney aged seventyeight andI Mrs Mary Manion aged eighty both of Heudirson were with him Says one whose life has been shaped by the deceased No one ever heard him utter an oath or speak a smulty wordTruly he was oue of our best citizens i Though dead he yet liveth Weak women get prompt and lasting help by using Dr Shoops Night Cure These soothing healing Antiseptic suppositories with full information how to proceed are interestingly told of in my book No 4 for women The took and strictly confidential medical advice is entirely free Simply write Dr Shoop Racine Wis for my book No 1 Sold by all dealers Mr Hudson IIIiWord has II Louisville Atlantic railroad has been seriously ill at his home in Versailles Mr Hudsons many friends regret to learn of his illness and hope he is con valescing URGENT CALL TO A S OP E Tobacco Growers Requested toI Meet Next Monday at ha rdins burg PRES SHREWSBERRY TO PRESID- Hardinsburg Mar 31Speclal President Shrewsberry wishes the at tendance of all members of the Ameri can Society of Equity and of all other tobacco growers at the regular quarterly meeting of the society in Hardins burg Monday April 6 I Everv local should send its delegates and a large general attendance is ex pected as at this meeting the question of acreage along with other important questions for the year will be consid ered and determined City Salesman in Louisville Courtney Babbage Sr has accepted the position of city salesman in Louisville for the BollingerBabbage Grocery Co For the last year Mr Bab bage has been doing some drumming for other firms and has just recently decided to devote all his time to this line of work A Beautiful Service The model devotional meeting held in the auditorium of the Methodist church Sunday night by the Epworth League was largely attended by the Leaguers and others The entire ser vice was a most earnest one and the program was carried out by the mem bers of the League Mr Ira Behen the leader made an excellent talk on China Notice Persons wishing to fish in Acme pond should pay before fishing Mrs John Morton News About Our Colored Folks Joe Bradford has returned from Cin cinnati where he spent a week attending the General Conference He was sent as a delegate from the Methodist church in this city 000 Ada Holt died of consumption at her home here Sunday afternoon i BARNS BURNED Messrs Jarboe And Skillman Suffer Heavy Losses By Fire John C Jarboe lost a large barn and contents on his farm at Skillman Thursday night The fire broke out at 10 oclock and the origin is not known The barn contained horses3 mules 13 head of cattle and 25 tons of hay Insurance 350 The barn belonging to Wallace Skill man on his farm near this city burned Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclock and it is thought the fire was incendiary The loss was 3 tons of hay 100 bushels of corn and 1 crib No insurance on 4 1908 T7JE cordially invite everyone to como and look through the largest and best assorted stock ever brought to this town everything is now and uptodate we have no old goods in our house everything having been purchased in the last three months and we propose to sell any and everything at prices that cannot be duplicated DEPARTMENT We have secured the services of Miss N Childs to conduct the millin ery department and she has the largest and best assorted stock of hats trimmings etc to select from and will be pleased to show the ladies through her parlors We also have a nice line of hats and everything carried in a goner alstore in every department You will find goods at tbd me cheap prices and we want you to come and lot us price you through as we think we can save you money Yours truly LYON DRY GOODS 00r Irvington Ky nH 1Ia ENGLANDSAYS NO ALUM IN fOOD ProhibitsEthe sale of alum baking powder l So does France i So does Germany J The sale of alum foods has been made illegal in Vashington and the District of Colum bigi and alum baking powders are everywhere recognized as injuriousD protect yourself against alumI when ordering baking powder SffypkthzIp I ROYAL and be very sure you get Royal someness of the food DUNCANMILLER IHome Wedding In This City Sun day Afternoon A quiet home wedding took place Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr and Mrs Jeff Miller whon thoir daugh ter Miss Lucetta Miller was united in marriage to Mr Owen Duncan The ceremony was solemnised at 2 oclock by the Rev James T Lewis in the presence of a number of relatives and friendsThe brides dross was a stylish blue coat suit and was very becoming She is a popular young girl and had many admirersMr is a prosperous farmer and owns a farm near town Missionary Entertained Miss Rogers was the guest of honor at an elegant supper given by Mrs Dole Hambleton and MrsAlvin Simons Wednesday evening The guests wore Misses Laura Satterfield Jennie Patterson and Jane Hambleton and Mrs C W Satterfield Miss Rogers gave an interesting lecture that night at the Presbyterian church about her former missionary work in India During her stay here she was the guest of Mrs L T Reid who is the president of the missionary society of that church Pooled Tobacco Sold The last of the Iq06 crop of pooled to bacco has been sold and hope to be able to make settlements by Wednesday April x B Squires BAKINGII GrapeCream NEXT SUNDAY The Rev Pat Davis Will Begin I The Methodist Revival The Rev P H Davis who is to as sist the pastor in the meeting at the Methodist church in Cloverport be ginning next Suuday is a preacher of a wide reputation as a revivalist He is in such demand for meetings that to secure him the pastor made irrange ments with him nearly two years ago Lust year he was engaged as City Missionary in Louisville and held meetings all over the city He has held revivals in Owensboro Paducah Bowling Green Henderson and other cities in Kentucky and they were all great meetings Rev Davis is now in the twenty fourth year of his ministry and is familiar with his bible the church and men He was born and reared in Kentucky and has given by far the greater part of his work to the sons and daughters of his beloved State partinawaits your coming Dont miss the very first service To have perfect health we must have perfect digestion and it is very impor tant not to permit of any delay the mo ment the stomach feels out of order TaKe something that vou know will promptly and unfailingly assist diges tion There is nothing better than Ko dol for dyspepsia indigestion sour stomach belching of gas and nervous headache Kodol is a natural digests at and it will digest what you eat Sold by all druggists r OUJ 4 4Spring Opening of Lyon Dry Goods Co at Irvingtonj Department Childrens IIthat April MILLINERY Dry Goods- Department In our dry goods department we have all the latest things in dress goods notions etc and make them to you most reasonably as we sell Hope Cotton 7c Carpet Chain White 20c Hoosier Cotton 5c Carpet Chain Colors 22Zc Shoes We have a very largo stock of mens Boys childrens and ladies in hi hand low cuts i p y I The Fighting I IIII Chance I I Copyright 1908 by tko Curtis Publishing I IIOoP7rlcht M03 br Robert W Lord I wish Siward were back here He was a good deal of a man after all TOni They were unconsciously using the past tense in discussing Siward ns though ho were dead either physical ly or socially- In one way he was always a sIn- gularly decent man mused OHara How exactly do you mean a Oh about women I r believe It too It he did take that Vyso girl into the Patroons it was his limit with her and I believe his limit with any woman He was absurdly decent that way He was Indeed And now look nt the reputation he has Isnt it funny Isnt It now What sort of an effect do you suppose all this business is going to have on SiwardIts one effect already re plied Fleetwood Ferrall says he looks sick and Belwether says bes going to the devil but thats the sort of thing the major is likely to say By the way wasnt there something between that pretty Landis girl and Sl ward Somebody some gossiping somebodytalked about it somewhere recentlyI believe that either said Plank in his heavy measured pas sloniess voice as they descended the steps of the white portico and looked around for a cab As for me Ive got to bustle observed OHara glancing at his watch Im due to shine nt a function about 0 Are you coming uptown either ot you fellows Ill give you a lift as far as Seventysecond street Plank Tell you what well do said Flee wood impulsively turning to Plank Well drive downtown you and 1 and well look up poor old Slwnn Shall we lIes probably all alone lu that God forsaken red brick family tomb Shall we How about It Plank OHnra turned impatiently on his heel with a gesture of adieu climbed into his electric hansom and wont buzzing away up the avenue Id like to but I dont think I know Mr Siward well enough to do that said Plank dlllldently He hesitated coloring up lie might mlsumlor stand my going with youus a liberty which perhaps I might not have ventured on had he been lessloss un fortunate Again Fleetwood warmed toward time ruddy ponderous young man beside liiin See here ho said you an going as a friend of mine if you cart to look at it that way Thank vii said Plank I should lo very glmlI to go In that way The Siward house was old only iIn the comparative Manhattan meaning i f time wore for In Now York nothings really very old except tie faces of the young men IieeadeM ago It hart been considered a big house and It was still so spoken of a solid dingy red brick structure rulioal in proportions surmounted by heavy fhimipyB the depth of its sunken windows hinting of the thickness of wall sad foundation Window cur talus of obsolete pattern all alike and nil drawn unasked the blank panes Throe mafwlvo wistaria vines the gnarled stems as thick as tree trunks crawled upward to the roof dividing the facade equally and furnishing some relief to its flatness otherwise unbroken except by the deep reveals of window and door Two huge and unsymmetrlcal catalpa trees stood son tinels before It dividing curb from asphalt and from the centers of the shriveled Inown grass plots flanking the stoup uiler the basement windows two aged Ruse of Sharon trees bristle naked to the height of the white mar We capitals of the linking pillars sup porting the ruinedI l porticoI Nice old family mausoleum com menled FUvtwiwhl descending front the hniiKoin followed by Plank I The door was opened by n very old man wearing the Mack swallowtail clothes and choker of an old time but ICr spotless quite immaculate bu cut after a fashion no young man re members Cjijod cunlng jumble said Flee wood entering followed on tiptoe bj PlankGood eviulng sir A pause and I ii the uuHteml yoke of age Mr Flee Weak Kidneys Weak Kidneys surely point to weak kidney erves Tim Kidneys like the Heart and the Stomach find their weakness not in the organ Itself but in tho nerves that control and guide end strengthen them Dr Shoops Restorative U medicine specifically JlrDpared to reach these tQntroWnJr nerves To doctor the 1tfdneys alone ls fatlo It is f waste of time and of money U wellU soar back aches or It weak II the urine- esalds or11 dArk and strong 11 you bavo symptoms of Dr1hta or other distressing or dangerous kid disease try pr Snoop i Restorative a month bIota or It d will 1or7QUo albgdsrrooamend and sell Dr Shoops t RlsforativALLDEALERS t IROBERTI CompanTI wooa sir Mr tu DJW ana tae dim eyes peering up at Plank who stood fumbling for his cardcase Fleetwood dropped both cards on tht salver unsteadily extended The but ler ushered them Into a dim room on therightHow is Mr Siward asked Fleet wood pausing on the threshold and dropping his voice The old man hesitated looking down then still looking away from Fleetwood Bravely sir bravely Mr FleetwoodTho were always that said the young man gently Yes sir Thank you Mr Stephen Mr Siward ho corrected quaintly is indisposed sir It was aa great shock to us all sir He bowed and turned away holding his salver stiffly and they heard him muttering under his breath Bravely sir bravely A a great shock sir Thank you The butle returned presently saying that Mr Siward was at home and would receive them in tho library above as he was not yet able to pass up and down stairs Siward was sitting in an armchair by the window one leg extended his left foot stiffly cased in bandages resting on n footstool Why Stephen exclaimed Fleet wood hastening forward I didnt know you were laid up like this Siward offered his hand Inquiringly then his eyes turned toward Plank who stood behind Fleetwood and slowly disengaging his hand from Fleetwoods sympathetic grip he of fered it to Plank It is very kind of you he said Guiuble Mr Fleetwood prefers rye tor some Inscrutable reason Mr Plank His smile was a question If you dont mind said Plank I should like to have some tea that Is lf Tea Gumble for two Well tipple In company Mr Plank he added And the cigars are at your elbow Billy with another smile at Fleet woodNow suit tho latter after he had lighted his cigar what Is the mat ter Stephen Slwnrd glanced at his stiffly extended foot Nothing much lie red Honed faintly I slipped Its only n twisted nrkle For a moment or two the answer sat Isfiod Fleetvood then a sudden curl ous flash of suspicion camo into life oyos He ganced sharply at Siward who lowered his eyes while the rod tint in his hollow cheeks deepened Neither MIko for nwhllo Plank sip pod tho ten which Wands the second man brought Siward brooded over his cup fiend bunt Floetwood mad more nolite than necessary with his Ice Why did you drop tha Saddle club Stephen 1 naked Fleetwood Im not riding I have no use for It replied Slwnrd Youve cut out time Proscenium club too and ie Owls Head and the Trophy Its n shame Stephen Im tired of clubs Dont talk that way Very well I wont said Siward smiling Tell mo what Is happening out there lie made a gesture toward the window All the gossip the news papers miss Ive talked Dr Grisby to loath Ive talked Gumblo to death Ive read myself stupid Whats going on Billy So Fleetwood sketched for him I- Igny cartoon of events caricaturing various episodes in the social kaleidoscope which might Interest him Pol tics was touched upon nnd they spoke of the possibility of Ferrall go Ing to the assembly the sport of boss Dont do that Billy smiled Siward baiting having become fashion able among ama teurs and provid ing a new amuse ment for the idle rich So city state and nation al issues were run through lightly business conditions notic ed the stock market speculat ed upon and presently conver sation died out with a yawn from Fleetwood as he looked into his empty glass at tho last bit of ice- Dont do that Billy smiled Siward You havent discoursed upon art lit erature and science yet and you cant go until youve adjusted the affairs of the nation for the next twentyfour hours How soon will you be out inquir ed FleetwoodOut know I shall try to drive to the office tomorrow Why the devil did you resign from all your clubs How can I see you if I dont come here began Fleetwood impatiently I know of course that youre not going anywhere but a man always goes to his club You don + look well Stephen You are too much aloneSiward did not answer His face and body had certainly grown thinner since Fleetwood had last seen him Plank too had been shocked at the change in him tho dark hard lines un 4 Pressing Down Pains are t sign of serious female con plaint that should kayo Immediate attention If yotf begin fa time you CM generally treat y ursclf at hoe without tie seed of consulting a physician by the regular use of Cards the wellkuowa remedy for womens Ills- Composed ef parely vegetal and perfectly Harmless nedlclial tegredleats being besides a gea tie awlitoxkittbf sfreagtkca Uf talc WINE OF OFCARDUI WOMANS RELIEF complaintMy A VawuwalklnllkeleCOD suffered agonies with bearing down pains backache and heads ache Doctors failed to relieve her so she took Cardul aid to sew entirely cured At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE btatlnff age and describing sym DeptThoChattanooga Tenn E 36 dor time eyes the pallor the curious immobility of the man save for his fingers which were always restless now moving In search of some suinl object to worry and turn over and over now nervously settling into n grasp on tho arm of his chair How is Amalgamated Electric asked Fleetwood abruptly I think i s all right Want to buy somo replied Steward smiling Plank stirred in his chair ponder ously Somebody is kicking it to pieces he said- Somebody Is trying to smiled Si ward Harrington nodded Fleetwood Si ward nodded back Plank was silent Of course continued Fleetwood tentatively you people need not wor ry with Howard Quarrlor back of you Nobody sold anything for awhile Presently Slwnrds restless hands moving in search of something en countered a pencil lying1 on the table beside him mind he picked It up amid began drawing initials nnd scrolls on tho margin f a newspaper and nil the scrolls framed Initials and nil the initials were the same twining and twisting into endless variations of the letters S L Yes I must go to the office tomor row he repeated absently I am better In f ct 1 am quite well except for this sprain lie looked down nt his bandaged foot then his pencil mov ed listlessly again continuing the end loss variations on the two letters I was plain that he was tired Fleetwood rose and made ills adieus almost affectionately Plank moved forward on tiptoe bulky and noiseless and Siward held out his hand saying something amiably formal Would you llko to have me come again asked Planki rod with embar rassment yn so naively that at first Siward found no words to answer him then Would you care to come Mv Plank Yes Siward loukcd at him curiously a most cautiously Ills first ImpressionrIot the man had been summed up Ih me contemptuous word Besides lnr ring that what was there in commot jotwfen himself and such n type am Plank lIe had not even trouhlcr- llmsolf to avoid him at Shotover He led merely boon aware of him when Plank spoke to him Perhaps Plank had changed perhaps ilward had for he found nothing offensive In the bulky young maul now lothing particularly attractive either except for a certain simplicity a cerI tarn direct candor in tho heavy blue eyes which met his squarely Come In for a cigar when you have a few moments idle said Siward slowly It will give me great pleasure laid Plank bowingIAnd that was all lIe followed Fleet wood down the stairs Wands hel their coats and bowed them out into the falling shadows of the winter twi lightSiward sitting beside his window watched them enter their hansom and drive away up tho avenue A dull flush had settled over his cheeks the aroma of spirits hung in the air and ho looked across the room at the decanter Presently he drank somo of his tea but it was lukewarm and he pushed the cup from him Gumble are you there ho asked carelesslyThe entered from tho ball way Yes sir You may leave that decanter But the old servant may have miss understood for ho only bowed and ambled off downstairs with tho de canter either heedless or deaf to his masters sharp order to return Lamplight brought out sharply the physical change In Siward the angular shadows flat under tho cheek bones the hard sghtly swollen flesh in the bluish shadows around the eyes The mark of tho master vice was therein stamp in the swollen worn out hollows Its Imprint In the fine lines at the corners of his mouth Its stern manual In tho faintest relaxation of the under lip which had not yet be come a looseness For the Irit of the Slwards had at last stepped Into tho highway whlca his doomed forebears had traveled be fore him Gumble he called Irritably A quavering voice an unsteady step and time old man entered again Mr Stephen sir Bring that decanter back Didnt you hear me tell you Just now SirDidnt you hear me Yes Mr Stephen sir There was a silence GumbleSir I Are you going to bring that decanter The old butler bowed and ambled from the room nnd for a long while Siward sat sullenly listening nnd scor ing the edges of the paper with his trembling pencil Then tho lead broke short and he flung It from him nnd pulled the bell Wnnds came this time a lank sandy silent man grown gray as a rat in the service of the SI wards He received his masters or ders and withdrew and again Siward waited biting his under lip and tear ing bits froii tho edges of the news paper with fingers never still but nobody came with the decanter and after awhile his tense muscles relaxedI Something in his very soul seemed to snap and he sank back in his chair the hot tears blinding him Ho had got as far as that Mo ments of self pity were becoming almost as frequent as scorching inter vals of self contempt- So they all knew what was tho mat ter with him They all knewthe doe tor the servants his friends Had ho not surprised the quick suspicion In Fleetwoods glance when ho told him lie had slipped and sprained his ankle What if he had been drunk when he fellfell on his own doorsteps carried Into the old Siward house by old SI ward servants drunk as his forefa thers It was none of Fleetwoods business It was none of the servants business It was nobodys busl ness except his own The tears dried in his hot eyes lIe jerked the old fashioned bell savagely and after a long while he heard servants whispering together in the pus mgeway outside his door Dr Grlsby came into the room Dr Grisby came Into the room from the outer shadows 01 the hall He was very small very men ger very bald and clean shav- en with a face like a nut crack er and the brown wig lie wore was atrocious and curl ed forward OerI his colorless ears He wore steel rimmed spectacles each glass divided into two lenses and he stood on tiptoe to look out through the upper lenses on the world and always bent almost double to use the lower or read ing lenses Whats all this racket said the lit tie old doctor harshly Got colic j Got the toothache Im ashamed of you Stephen Look up Look at me j Out with your tongue Well now what the devils tho trouble You know muttered Slwnrd aban doning his wrist to the little man who seated himself beside him Dr Grisby scarcely noted the pulse The delicate pressure had become a strong J cnressII Know what ho grunted How I do I know whats the matter wIthII you Hey Now now dont try b explain Steve Dont fly off the han die All right grant that I do knout whats bothering you I want to see that ankle first Here somebody Light that gas Why the mischief dont you hays time house wired for electricity Stephen Its wholesome Bas isnt Lamps are worse sir Do IS I tell you And he went on loqua ciously grumbling and muttering aUllII never ceasing his talk while Siward I wincing ns the dressing was removed j lay back and closed his eyes i Half an hour later Gumble appeared 1 to announce dinner I dont want any said Siward Eat said Dr Grisby harshly Idont care to I Eat I tell you Do you think I dont mean what I say So he ate his broth and toast thuI doctor curtly declining to Join him He ate hurriedly closing his eyes in aversion Even the iced tea was flat md distasteful to him And at last ho lay back white and unstrung the momentarily deadened desperation glimmering under his half closed eyes And for a long while Dr Grisby sat doubled almost In two cuddling his bony little knees and studying the patterns in the faded car petI guess youd better go Stephen he said at length Up the river to Mulqueens Yes Lets try it StevoA Youll 1 on your feet In two weeks Then youd Continued on Page Seven Can you believe your senses When two of them taste and smell having been Impaired If not utterly destroyed by Nasal Catarrh are fully restored by Elys Cream Balm can you doubt that this remedy deserves all that has been said of it by the thousands who have used it It is applied directly to the fleeted airpassages and begins its healing work at once Why not get It today All druggists or mailed by ElyI Bros 56 Warren Street New York on eceipt of 50 cents I A Reliable Remedy FO- RDATARRH Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects i the dlsensetlmem- brane resulting from Catarrh and drives away aCold in time Head quickly Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full sizo 50 cts at Druggists or by mail Liquid Cream Balm for uso in atomizers 75 cts Ely Brothors 56 Warren Street New York Time She Begin It was on n Sixth avenue surface car A woman sat with her little daughter who to nil appearances was seven or eight years old The conduct or cntne for the fares and the woman gave him n five cent piece Is the little girl with you madam asked the conductor Yes assented the woman Her fare please said the man But I never have pail for her be gan the woman And does that prove that youre never going toV asked the conductor taking the fare reluctantly tendered New York Pres- sKILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryII III AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEEDSATISFAO OR OR MONEY REFUNDED Milleri Brick Fhr I J orI- ncorporated Clovergort Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v v Main Office Rooms 8 and 10 I 00 F Building Owensboro Kentucky Land For Sale By Jno D Babbage CIoverportKy Town Property venuoWoll1750tai acres on Hurdlnsburc and mUesfroma good big barni 80 acres In oak and beech timberBeuchbehauledLimestonelundtobacco and fruit llonty good water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments 3 950 352 ecros on Hardlnsburu and milesfromonestorydwellingsandblacksmithJ30 acres under cultivation and pasture acres in timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water tho year round Onethird cash and good easy terms on balance 750 FtM FOR SALE14 between mile Oloverport oil f and Hardlnsbnrg 7 miles from Clover ort 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 nolHSalinev Jmen is- LAND FOR SALK FOR AL 10acros of land situated near tramGarfieldments ono small log dwelling three rooms soldFinoSOO For further Information write Jno D liiblmgo Cloveruort Ky 800 I03 acres 0 miles from Olovorport onOloverportprovements 6room dwelling barn 28xM feet and other out buildings 12 acres In orchard acrestobalance In state of good cultivation Two Goodlimestonewheat Well located for market Onethird cash balance on easy terms 850 72 acre farm 4 miles from Clo Bowlingsmalldwellingshouse and corn crib Ono good cistern and 6 fresh water s rings 1 tar and sulphur spring 33 acres cleared land balance In woods 7 acres In orchard liaised 20000 pounds of tobacco In 1000 sold It at 58 f8 and t2 On six acres of the wood land there are 315 merchantable trees It Is a splendid farm for tobacco corn and wheat The uncut timber valued at 350 10 acres In wheat This Is a good bargain for some man who wants a small farm FOR SALE A splendid stand for a druggist surroundedby stepIntoI retireIsulars address JNOB BABBAGE Clover port Ky iriOO 75aces situated IK miles iron Molt Joins Gabo Pierce Ridge land tni good shape good fonclug J ono good dwel UUIt house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn SOx46 feet 1 neverfalling sprlug two ponds This is good tobacco wheat and corn land 20 acres in timber white oak sugar tree and beech balance cleared Plenty of good fruit Good road to Btephentport 2H miles and good road to lloltlU miles This farm Is not worn out it Is good land and In good Six Just the farm for a man with tt small family Doans Ointment cured me of eczema that had annoyed me a long time The cure was permanentHon S M Matthews Commissioner Labor Statis ties Augusta Me Mlaff and Feed I at Motto iMill 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 stamVlAFOR ALL KINDS OF FoundryMachine MachineBoiler Electrical Gasoline Boat Tin and Galva nized Work Plumbers Mill IBoat and Tin ners SuppliesCome I Cloverport Foundry fc Machine Co Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Correspondenec Solicited c It StylishComf able T r made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high trade fabrics Clothes Made methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Ex port tailois employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind IeisNfjsesm MEN AND LADIES OF IIYOUNG LEARN WANTED TO TELEGRAPHYand fore hits there been such a crying de wand for Telegtaph Operators Over theRailroadshour law passed by last Congress and going Into effect next March We Absolutely Guarantee Positions Un der a i 50 Guaranty Bond monthforUnder Main Line Wire 250 our schoal rooms Establishedover expensesOatalog NATIONAL TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE I CINCINNATI O 6rr IF it is the surest and safest place you wautto have your watchrepaired go t- oT iC LEWIS ho knows how and does as he knows He has one of the finest collections of beautiful uptodate JEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices goldand silver can be bought for Remember it isthe same T C Lewis Come ho is glad to welcome you and give you k satisfactionT Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky H DeH riQORMAN Attorney at La- IIARDINSBURO i KY Will practice his profession IB all at ttw Courts of Breckenriage and adjoining con ter Special attention given to road case ad criminal pr colEto vactterlnUitited ted j to Jfflce over Bank of Ilardliwburg ui nn BEARD BROS BREEDING STOCK HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY T STABLEIllsSPORTING BOY will make the season at 1250 to Insure a living colt BLACK WARRIOR JOHN 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 Warrior John 10 2nd premium Black Warrior John 5rill give 100 for pre BEARD Owner Manager Hardinsburg Ky u H u Carelessness of the Hens The Brldlos hud been In their new country bctuse for scarcely n week be II fore the girl who went out to hunt for strictly fresh eggs came back empty handed f I askedII Sure mum 01 couldnt folnd a wan l Did you look In the henhouse Ylsf mum I And In the haymow placetI And the manger They warnt there mum 1 Well sometimes Henry collects the f ggs In a basket and hangs It under me cow shied 1 01 found the basket but It wuz i linpty 01 hunted all over the place- dn high nor low sorra a sign of thlm e gs could Ol folnd anywhere Dear me sold Mrs Bridle absent Jj I hope they havent been mislaidI 1 oudon Scraps IiGentleI and Etfective it 1 wellknown Manitobs editor writes f As an Inside worker I find Chamber y lains Stomach and Liver Tablets invnl ua le for the touches of bilousness 4 uajuial to sedentary life their action being gentle and effective clearing the digestive tract and the head toPrice 25ciJ Sample free Severs Drug Co I didnt know the Bartons kept a donkey How long have they had It Oh ever since I have been staying iwIt themeI k Bzljby wont suffer five minutes longer 1 if you apply Dr Thomas Elejctric Oil at once It acts like magic x l ft ll- II ff- I I I I UM T SM I L L1 I I i IN CHEST IN i I That languid lifeless feeling that comes with spring and early summer tan be quickly changed to a feeling cf buoyancy and energy by the judicious use of Dr Shoops Restorative The Restorative is a genuine tonic to tiredrun down nerves and hut H few doses is needed to satisfy the user that Dr Shoops Restorative is actually reaching that tired spot The indoor life of winter neArly always loads to sluggish bowels and to nggish circulation in geaeral The customary luck of exercise end outdoor air ties up the liver stagnates the kidney and oft times weakens the hearts uctiou Use Dr Shoops Restoiative a few weeks and all will be changed A few days test will tell you that you are using the right remedy You will easily and surely note the change from day to day Sold by all dealers The Spendthrift Version You know tthat did saying began Kwoter Take wwvof tlx pennies and And Interrupted rslley the dollars will hike care of your heirs Press An Agreement Parishioner a little the worse for llguorlI hcarzh you preazh Ins night New Minister You didnt hear much I fancy Parishioner Thaz what hie I thought myself Leslies Weekly Whenever I find a great deal of gratitude Ina poor man I take It for granted there would be as much gen iroslty lf he were a rich mium colt from Sporting Boy Will give 75 for premium colt from Black Warrior John Sporting Boy won at the County Fair 1907 premiums as best stallion any age in county Best saddle stallion mare or gelding in Breck bridge County BROS JNO ELDER withcroup tet FAIN iSTRESS STOMACH Philadelphia manPope Breckinridge Breckinridge FOR D DE V g n In lady She is itstv wad she Is as bright ns she Is jm l looking being betlutlIrula cabinet ofKll1 tll ask a favor for n constituent The Ruve and dignified head of the dejuirtiwut looked at her saidMy young lady I am afraid I rourIblggotiwhntI After Twentynine Years I Igor twentynine years I have been at intervals a great sufferer from rheumatism writes dames Hyde of Betlie Ark Dmiiig that time I used gallons of vnriou kinds of liniments aad oils but got very little relief The attacks were ao bad that I was often confined mybvd helpless for weeks and m toII at a time liNot long ago while suffering from a severe attack a sample bottle of Sloans JLiniment was sent to me for trial My surprise was great when I found that it gave me instant relief and I immedia I tely ordered two large bottles I have used about a half of one fiftycent bot tie and feel so well that I want everybody offlicted as I was to know what Sloans Liniment has done for me and I shill always have a feeling of grati tude for the man who sent me the sample bottle it ES ANTEPAIN NEURALGIAC iCtACH L1i SLEEPLESSNESS mt ItIounI rD MI V of Little Tablets AND THE PAIN GONE Sporting BoyL A red sorrel stallion foaled in 1000 with small star and a little white on it of loft hind ankle This is a grand stallion of great style good bone and p color He is 16 hands and iP lcuhasID America He combines many of the characteristics of both the More Ml pBoyi by the grandly bred My Own No 1521 who was by Artist 6a i Graves 57 who was hr Mont Rose lOG Artist was by the relngs07 who was by Washington Denmark 64 King Williams who sired Black Squirrel 52 who is famous asa sire of stj throughout Kentucky and many other states SPORTING BOYS dam is by the renowned model a 111 S27 who had more premiums to his credit than any stallionIWwire King Denmark and dam by Boliver th Sporting Boy ren Chief he by Cabels Lexington who was one of the nv Bro L stallions Kentucky ever had Cabels Lexingtons dam v r founder of the pacing horse family in Kentucky and Te was by Old Copperbottora who was one of the founders tucky and Tennessee SPORTING BOY not only posselllliiite i3 all the qualities in action and beauty He is a saddle and in a trot he is a trotter and in a rack he is a and has proven a sure breeder hotIII Black WarriorJohn Known the Miller JackI one of the best breeders and one of the finest Jacks in Kentucky 15i hands highweight pounds and is a sure foul getter One TOUCH of Nature Makes the whole World Kin When a rooster finds a big fat worm he calls al1 the hens in the farm ynrd to come and share it A similar trait of human nature is to lhe observed when n uiin discovers somet ing exceptionally goodhe wants all his liiends Hud neighbors to aka a the benefits of his discovery This is the touch of nature ThiSjlexpllilnscured by Ch nberlaius Cough Remedy write letters to the tnnnufactuiers orI publication thnt others similarly ailing may also UHtjtaid obtain lellef Behind every oueaf theseletters is a warm hearted with of the writer to be of use Oljsaleihtl Firt AcCrtiSr- Ti 1J1 tjir looked rp from the first fhapt r tars iiiiimimitli IIMtory or AdvertJKuip I wonder he murmured who could have hern the first manufac turer to advertise It Is an I item that would lit In well here There Is no extant data on the sub- Ject said the farmer but 1 have every reason to believe that the hen Is the person you are looking tor New Orleans TimesDemocrat A big cut or a little cut Bund scratches or bruises or bg ones are healed quickly by DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve It Is especially good for piles Get DeWitts Sold by all druggists I I PILLS TAKEONEN the is as 1000 I I For Husbands- A clergyman took down a small vol ume This Is called he said the In structions of PtahhoTep It is one of the very oldest papyrus writings known It gives among other things advice to husbands and that advice is as good today IIs it over was Listen And he read a If thou be wise furnish thy house well Woo thy wife evor and never quarrel with list I Nourish her daintily Deck her out for flue dross Is hoc greatest dellglit teed her upon sweots tt Perfume her 1 Make her glad with praise Adorn tier with Jewels foathora and the skins of hearts as sumptuously as thy purse will suffer1 I I DeWitts Little Early Risers the fatuous little liver pills Sold by all druggists Seeing the Alps Did you see the Alps Oh yes Our car broke down right opposite them and do you know Im almost glad it did I found them so charming anil Interesting Exchange Plenty of Trouble iis caused by stagnation of the liver and bowels fo get rid of it and headache und biliousness and the poison that brings jaundice take Dr Kings Now Life Pills the reliable purifiers that do 125c1 If you hav- eHeadachel PT J ry t They Rc leve fair Quicklyi icryirg n L d Af c1el eel 25 Doses I 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulk Western Australia has an act in forco prohibiting the landing of any one who rnnuot write out a given passage In English A Twenty Year Sentncee- II hive just completed a twenty jrsv health sentence imposed by BucklMs Arnica Salve which cured me of bleed lug piles just twenty years ago writes O S Wooiever of LeRavaville N Y Buskleus Arnica Salve heals the worst sore tails burn wounds and cuts i the shortest time 25c at Severs DII Co a Th- eLouisvilleI Times is the livest afternoon p ipoi published anywhere It prints the news right up to the min ate FQUI or more editions every day Tho angular price of The Times is Sft a year but you can get the Breckenridge News AND THE- Louisville Tmes Both One Year For 500 If you will send your order I to this paper NOT to The Times a- i pp ii vi THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING COI Issued Every Vednesday f Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for a the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money 11 advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give eir old as well as the new address 3iereaftirG eEIGHT PAGESa past tenses though he wet WEDNESDAY APRIL 1 1908 ly or socially In one way hi gularly decent man JEWIJV SUCCEEDS MoCRdCKEJV How exactly r10 m Oh believeMrabout I A M McCracken as General Superintendent of the thevyseand resPected and has been during limit with her and I believonorcd ho were dally associated with him In his work hiswith any woman He was decent that way Ho was without complaint they carried out his instructions And now look at the reputcy to team of his ill health and it is their wish that has Isnt It funny Isnt It nd that he will have many more years of a long What sort of an effect do y pose all this business Is going taut he is succeeded by Lucien J Irwin the general on railIts1 positionpliedi I I HUIin touch with aU the big railroadlooks sIck and Clwct r sughlY going to the devil but thats thebe able to draw the Henderson Route a large of thing the major Is likely to say he public should give him their best work and the way wasnt there something welfare of the L H St L tween that pretty Landis girl and now to cooperate with the railroads to do ev ward 7 Somebody some gossljlp instead of trying to kill their business The somebodytalked about It somewbity through which it runs It enlarges towns recently enterprise fn the community opportunity to S 5 I dont believe saly ofPlankslonless voice as they descended Ptt Rive them the best service in both freight and steps of the white portico and looks a fair chance and a living Price for services around for a cab it We extend our wishes to the new Super As for me Ive got to hustle ob u iinrn glancing at his watcl to shine at a function abou you coming uptown either o Ill give you a lift a Seventysecond street Plank you what well do said Flee unty Impulsively turning to Planters of drive downtown you and Isales look up poor old Slwar lies probably all alone Jforsaken red brick ram Kurtz ITITserved YorkShall we How about t N and turned Impatiently on ce ever a cattgesture Of adieu clluwing are away up the avenue like to but I dont think Ienty head well enough to dqt 4540 up dHIldontly lIe mightna He hlt averaged going with your 1245 pounds at X525- C A Clay comb two head that averaged 925 at 450 J R Stewart one at jJO The load was turned over to Chas Knight at G cents He shipped them direct to New York Here is another instance where it pays to raise good stuff on the farm You dont have to go out and look up a buyer They come to your station weigh them on the spot and pay the money down These on terprising farmers are to be congratu lated There ought to be more of the same kind in the county Willis Smith of Owensboro was hereI Sunday to see Dr F M Smith B which perhaps I might tured on had he boon fortunate Again iIkrr rud Dry Goods CALICOES PER YARD 5Z4c 6c GINGHAMS PER YARD From 7ic to 1 45c- HOOSIER A COTTON PER YARD 511C CLARKS THREAD SPOOLS 44c MOHAIR different atHO- PE BLEACH PER YARD 7ic CARPET WARP PER YARD 2143c and 233 c OUTING CLOTH New Patterns 9c to ttlc WHITE WAIST GOODS and skirt goods also suitings from 19c to 372C 1 INDIA LINENS black and white 9c to 35c SHIRT WAIST FRONTINGS extra nice per yard 67c SHIRTWAIST PATTERNS EACH 48c 87k 117 197 276 SHEER LINEN LAWNS extra quality per yard 56c PERSIAN LAWNS Y ARD 24ic1 FRENCH LAWNS FROM 24c to 43c Mens Hats Caps and Clothing at lowest prices I 1 vr M RESIGNS A M McCracken Succeeded by Lucien J Irwin as General- Superintendent A M cCracken one of the first stockholders of the Henderson Route and for more than twenty years general superintendent of the road has resigned his position antt on April 3 will be succeeded by L J Irwin the present agentI dent Attilla Cox and Mr Irwin will thus become general manager having charge of both the operating and traf fic departmentsThe Mr McCracken was going to retire was known to his as sociates as he had frequently expressed the desire to leave the railroad service Mr McCracken was a member of the firm of McCracken Bros which built the Henderson Route which when it was first completed was known as the Texas railroad With the comple tion of the road Mr McCracken was made general superintendent and ho has filled the position continuously since Lucien Irwin tire successor to Mr McCracken is one of the besknown freight and passenger men in the South As the head of the freight and passenger departments of the Henderson Route Mr Irwin although a young man is recognized in railroad viral s as a man of ability in his line He has served as general passenger and freight agent of the Henderson Route for more than seven years coming here from Chicago where he had charge of the office for the Cumberland Gap Dispatch filIIbothbusiness picks up and it is not necessary for the road to retrench the positions will again be separated but Mr Irwin will continue ns general manager Mr McCracken announced that he would continue to live in Louisville and would look after his business interests here He is president of the Ohio Val ley Tie Company which has offices in the Columbia building The company does an extensive business and operates several boats and saw mills It is one of the biggest dealers in the country Louisville Times Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky r Iron Beds Oak 420 each from 55c to 198 from 390 to 840 new and 17 to 33 U VVVV Third Victory Lexington Ky March 30Arthur Wallace Babbage of Cloverport In the oratorical contest at Kentucky State University today won the honor of representing State University in the intercollegiate oratorical contest which will be held in this city on April 11 and in which he will meet the cham pions of Central University George town College and Transylvania Univer sity IRVINGTON Mr and MrsCharlie Hawds and baby have returned from Owensboro where they were the guests of his parents for a few days Mrs J O Culley left Saturday for Cloverport for a visit to Mrs L Goer ing of seveal days Mrs L B Moremen and son Louis Bennett returned Monday from Bran denburg after being the guests of Mr and Mrs Mrs D C Heron purchased a very fine span of young mules from Earl Bennett last week The many friends of Dr C F Marshall will be glad to learn of his rapid improvement in health We hope it wont be many days before he will be up and going around The Rev E W Graves occupied the pulpit at the Presbyterian church on Sunday both morning and evening and preached two excellent sermons Mr J F Claycomb spent Friday and Sunday in Louisville on a business and Mrs Harry Kemper return ed Sunday from Big Springs after spending a few days visiting Mrs Julia Alexandria left Tuesday for Cincinnati Ohio to finish buying his new spring goods Mr Alexandria re ports his opening on last Saturday quite a success Mrs Junious Foote a few little friends last Thursday evening in honor of her cousins Corine French and Thomas Bandy Mr Hubert Hensel left last week for West Point to accept a position with a poultry house Mrs W J Piggott left Monday for Louisville to hear Paderewski Mrs Luther Wilson and baby after being the guest of Mr and MrsWalker Brown in Owensboro have returned homeThe Sunday School Institute will be held at the Methodist church on Wed nesday April 8 All the best speakers will be present and a big day is expect edA lime kite has been opened by Mr George Thompson about two miles from town Mr and Mrs W D Wilson of Mc Quady were visitors of their son Mr Luther Brown last week Miss Nannie Childs who has been with us for so long as a millinery lady will on next Saturday April 4 have her first opening of the Spring goods All of her hats are the latest and upto date and direct from David Bairdsof LouisvilleThere was quite a large crowd in town Thursday at the horse sale The great horse buyer Henry of Bowling Green was here and bought several very fine horses and mules A new barber shop opened up for business last Friday in a room adjoin ing J C HenSel grocery store The room is all nicely fixed up with entire new fixtures pertaining to a barber shop and is run by a very obliging man by the name ofH O McCratchey of Louisville Mrs C F Redman and children of Clyde Colorado are the guests of Mrs Sue Jolly this week Mr and Mrs A B Coleman spent Saturday at Brandenburg the guests ofII B Herndon spent several days at Walnut Grove attending the Fifth Sunday meeting One of the most interesting mission ary lecturers that has ever come to this place was Miss Rogers who is a re turned missionary from India and lectured at the Presbyterian church last Tuesday evening There was a large audience to welcome her and her message was very helpful and inspiring Miss Rogers is at present the Field Secretary of the Womens Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian church Miss Laura Hale of Cloverport will have charge of a millinary shop in rooms known as the McCoy Hotel Mr and Mrs Charlie Chamberlain are expected home this week from Cleveland Ohio where they have been for the last three weeks the guests of relativeRev Weaver is at Hartford Ky visiting his cousin Dr Willie JOLLYSIRVINGTUNS Great Easter Opening SaleBegins Thursday April 2 and Continues 2 Days Friday and Saturday 34I A Splendid Display of Spring Goods HAT is the verdict weve heard from many of our customers We are highly gratified to know that our customers notice and appreciate our efforts It encourages us to carry larger and more varied stocks Our business has reached such proportionst that we are enabled to take smaller profits on our goods Every effort is made to please you and you run no risk in trading here for you know that if you make a purchase that is not satisfactory to you we make it satisfactory We never consider a trans action consummated until you are satisfied Furniture Complete 989 Wash Stands Chairs Tables extension Mattings pretty patterns r Moremen tripMr ClarksonMr entertained Lazaraus relativesMr HardwareA complete and good line of stoves at cost prices Ames buggies fromV3900 to 6000 Electric weld fencing wire also galvanizedmesh poultry fence Roofing iron rough lumberA tl Foreman for a few days Rev Weaver while there preached at the Hartford Baptist church Mrs Bate Washington is expected home the latter part of this week after quite an extended trip to Lexington the guest of her brother Dr Helm and Louisville the guest of her daughter Mrs Harry Major STEPHENS PORT Mrs G W Payne returned from Louisville Friday with a nice line of spring hats Call and see them John Block opened school here Mon dayMiss Lena Payne was in Louisville a few days last week Stanley Hoskinson of Sacramento Ky was the guest of Andrew Craw F ford Jr last week Mrs Abe Bennett has moved to the country with her sister Mrs George LewisMiss Connie Conn returned home from Bowling Green Sunday where she has been attending school at the State Normal for the past seven months James Brown has returned from Ow ensboro Mr Alexander of Roberts Bottom thas sold his farm to Morgan Bros of Derby Ind Mrs G W Payne will have her millinery opening on Thursday- Dr Nevitt has rented rooms from Mrs Belle Crawford and will move in soonPike Conn has sold his livery stable to R A Smith Mrs Johnson Stiles is very low at this writing- P J Pettit is expected home soon from Nashville Tenn to bnild a gasoline boat for Pike Conn and George Pettit Miss Pearl Irvine is on the sick list Henry Plock of Tell City was in town last week Harvey English Jr of Roberts Bot tom who has been quite ill for several days is able to be up again We are glad to know that Mrs L D Fox is able to be in the store again Mrs Perry Camp and children ar rived here Friday from up in the moun tains of Kentucky to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Johnson Stiles Mrs Lawrence Fenn and little daugh ter of Hardinsburg passed through town Saturday en route to German Ridge to visit her parents Mr and I Mrs Ricketts H Groceries r- I 8 Bars Big Deal Soap 25c 1 Gallon Oili lieI 4 cans Corn = = 24c 2 pounds Coffee 24c 1 Box Oatmeal = 9c- R 22 pounds White Beans 98c 6 pounds Soda 11 c- tBest Lard = 102 c Best eato lO cII Notions New and pretty patterns in Val Laces and Insertions at lt4c 5c 6ic 9ic 12c 13ic 15c 18c and 2Uc Tors Insertion at23 andA14c per yard Oriental Laces and Insertions at 27c per yard Medallions for Shirt Waists extra nice qualit at I 4c Sic 1 Ic 12ic 16c and 22c each Ladies stylish belts at 37t c to 73c each Ladies fine Handkerchiefs at 13c to 67c each Ladies long silk and lisle Gloves black tan and white at109 to 198 pair Ladies stylish collarsrr 19c to 37Zc Shoes A complete line of PETERS DIAMOND BRAND Shoes in Ladies mid Hens low cut and Childrens and Misses low cuts 1 r IV I c j AgedAtalall bowels weak kidneys aad bled tier and TORPID LI- VERMs4 Pills Lave specific effect on these organs tiamkraag the bowels causing them to perform then atttral functions as to youth aw- lIMPARTING VIGOR te the kWaeyg Hidilff aR4 LIVER They are adapt to 0MMdy0HC =H6e Brecken ridge WEDNESDAY APRIL 1 1908 Announcement Wo lire authorized to announce the liON us ti candidate for roehc qDemocratic conventl- odPERSONAL r ul Jet to the notion or the I AND LOCAL Your wants our concern Noltes John Jarboe has returned home from Bowling Green 1Robert Pierce was home Sunday from Louisville Mrs Adams is expected home from I Leitchfield this week Mr and Mrs Roscoe Severs left Monday for Paducah You get a nibble with Noltes fishing tackleMrs James Cordrey has returned home from Cincinnati- Mr dnd Mrs Leonard Oelze spent yesterday in Louisville Mrs John Ridge returned home Sun day night from Louisville Mrs J C Epley who has been ill for a improvingaMail your a Cloverport post card Noltes Mrs Mitchell of Holt was the guest of Mrs Tom Lewis Sunday Mrs A M Hayden of Lewisport returned home Sunday night Mrs Ben Ridgeway spent yesterday in Henderson with her parents Mack Miller of Louisville attended the DuncanMiller wedding Sunday Miss Mary Goering of Hawesville has been the guest of Mrs H Behen Abe Rosenblatt of Hawesville was the guest of Miss Katie Wroe Sunday Mr and Mrs H A Dawiey of Louisville have been visiting Mrs Fred Ferry l homelv parentsMr Mrs Hendricks of Hardins burg were the guests of Mrs Hilary HardinA and complete grocery depart ment Noltes Mrs Walter SHerman of Toledo 0 arrived Saturday night to see Mrs John Burks M A Lamkin was in the city Satur day arranging a homeseekers excursion to Texas C P Bush paymaster of the Hender son Route called on his friends in Cloverport Friday Father Meyering of Browns Valley accompanied Father Brey home from Louisville last week Mrs Rafferty Mrs Mary Miller and Douglas Ratferty are visiting Hoffious Rafferty in Louisville Remember this and save time Nol tes have the new Oxfords Mrs Nannie Wathen and a party of 300 persons will leave Louisville April 7 for Enid Oklahoma Mrs Harry Hills and little daughters Julia and Mary D are expected to visit Mrs Mary Oelze about Easter Dr J G Bow the associate editor of the Western Recorder and the Rev James Lewis attended the Fifth Sun day meeting at Walnut Grove Friday and Saturday Good programs were carried out and fine dinners were served both days The easy shopping storeNoltes Elegant Oxfordsfor Easter Noltes Mrs J D Brashear has returned to LouisvilleGeo Blanford spent Sunday in Louisville Miss Jennie Mabel Harris has been visiting in Webster Mr and Mrs Sam Berry arrived from Louisville Monday night Miss Mamie Miller of Hardinsburg is the guest of Miss Ruth Haynes Buy now Dont wait Oxfords Noltes Mrs Elizabeth Chapin of New Beth el has been the guest of relatives Mrs Lou Satterfield has returned home from a delightful visit at Custer Miss Melissa Epley of Calhoon is the guest of Mr and Mrs J C Epley- H L Stader went to Vine Grove Saturday to attend the funeral of his auntEnough for all but come early OxfordsNoftesIf hat of good ma terial and perfect taste go to Mrs Co d reyMrs Harry White has returned home from Lima Ohio after a visit to Mrs Traverso Miss Bevie Cain who has been making her home at Hartford Ala is now living at Hindman Ky Serviceable and readytowear hats in all the new shapes and shades at Mrs Cordrey Burglars entered the home of Mr James B Randell in Louisville last week and stole 60 Does your subscription expire in March If it does renew promptly so you will not miss a copy Ask your neighbor for the News this week and subscribe for it next week Dont bother her any more Mrs Cordrey made a special trip to Cincinnati to get the best and correct styles in this seasons millinery Ervy Taylor who has been to his home at Custer to see his mother has returned to school at Beechmont Mrs Jule Btashear of West Point spent Sunday delightfully with Mr and Mrs J P Hawley at Hawesville Mrs J C Pell of Lewisport is vis iting her cousin Mrs George Gilbert at 712 Third street Louisville Times Ladies order your Easter gloves to dayNoltesMr Till Pauley of Mat toon 111 went to Charleston last week to hear the great evangelist Billy Sun dayMrs James Cordrey isshowing a number of beautiful and exquisite do signs in dross hats for spring and sum mer Mrs Robert Hendricks and Mrs G Squires of Hardinsburg have been pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs B SquiresMr and Mrs E H Breidenbach Miss Mary Breidenbach and David May of Owensboro were guests of Mr and Mrs Chas May Sunday Dr and Mrs Homer Taylor of Ow ensboro are visiting in Louisville Dr Taylor was in this city last week while his dental parlors nl Owensboro were being remodeled Proven sterling by every test Nol tes Shoes Mr and Mrs Frank Mattingly of Louisville are visiting Mrs Ben Ridge way They will soon take possession of their farm which they just recently bought from Mr Halo Mrs M M Bardwell has returned home after a visit to Mrs H H Kem per in Irvington Mr Bardwell is in Louisville attending the meeting of the coal operators of Western Kentucky and with Mrs Bardwell is at the Louis ville Hotel Courier Journal Perfection in petticoatsNoltes- J E Keith Son erected two large monuments at Stephensport last week One was to the grave of the late James Crawford and was of Scotch granite and weighed over three tons The other one was for the grave of J H Payne and was of Barre granite Grippe or Influenza whichever you like to call it is one of the most weakening diseases known Scott J Emulsion which is Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily di gested form is the greatest strengthbuilder known to medicalscience It is so easily digested that it sinks into the system making new blood and new fat andstrengthening nerves and muscles s Use Scotts Emulsion after Influenza I v Invaluable for Coughs and Colds ALL DRUGGISTS 1 50c AND 100 I Mass CQnventionIII Called By Shellman Hardnshure Ky March Ifl 1908 By virtue of the authiriy ves ell in me as chairman of the Republi an County Committee of Dreckenridge county Kentucky under the direction of the State Central Committee I here by cill a mass convention of tIle Re publican party to meet at Haidinslmtg on Saturday April 25 1 1908 at I oclock pm fur the purpose of selecting 24 delegtes and alternates to attend the Fourth Congressional District Conven tion which wllllhe held at Elizabtth t wn on May 5 1008 anI to attend the State Cumentiou which will convene iu Louisville on Wednesday May 0 1908 The county convention will also elect the members of the new county cum mtte Given under mv hand as charrman Ihs the 30 hday of March 1908 G D Shellman Chm Jno P Haswell Jr Sec In Memorial Emma L Stinnett daughter of Moses and Martha Bennett was born August 24 1846 Her mother diedwhen she was two years old She was the youngest of nine children all of whom are dead Her father kept her in school front the time she was old enough to go at Bewleyville Branden burg Cloverport and Hardiusburg At the end of two years at Mrs Gardners school at Hardinsburg received a cer tificate to teach in the common schools of the county She was married to John F Stinnett Dec 21 1865 and from this union seven children were born two of them are dead five are living to mourn her loss She was con verted early Jin life and joined the Methodist class In after years as she studied the bible she came to the con clusion that she was not a church mem ber She often said The Savior said if you love me ye will keep my command ments and her study of Gods law led her to the Baptist church where she was received on her experience and was baptised by C M Buchanan on the 8th day of Oct 1875 into the lellowship of Lost Run Baptist church and from that on through life was faithful in attendance at every coming together If she failed to attend any service the inquiry was made where is Miss Emma as that was what she was commonly called She loved her church her bible and the Western Recorder She often said she would almost as soon see the bible torn up as to see the Recorder torn She loved to read the Recorder to her family especially the editorials by Bro Eaton and Spurgeons Sermons She was a lover of children and nil the children in the neighborhood loved to be with her She was always kind and cheerful with old people always ready to go to their assistance day or night Her last words wore We shall sleep but not forever and with a smile said There will be a glorious dawn Mrs May III Again During the last two weeks Mrs Jake May has been seriously ill again For some time Mrs Mays condition was decidedly better Her daughter Mrs Ike Meyer is with her SIOO Reward SIOO The renders otlbH paper will ho pleased to loam that there Is at lonst one droitdful ills oiiso tlmtsclanco has hewn able to cure in all Its stagoe and that Is Catarrh Hulls Catarrh Cure IIs till only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being Iuron slHutloiml disease requires u constitutional treatment Hulls Catarrh Curo Is taken In ternally acting dlroctly upon the blood raid mucus surfaces of the system thereby des troying the foundation of Jho disease and giving tbo patient strength by building up tbo constitution and assisting nature In do ing Its work Tbo proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any caso It falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address K J Cbonsy Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Drugzlsts 75c Take Hulls Family Pills for constipation fakesIThe butterfly was a beautiful deep blue as lustrous as satin but looking at It closely tho collector shook his headAnother fake he said See here And with his finger he brushed off tho glistening blue dust from the Insects wings and lo It was but a common brown field butterfly after all As the collecting of buttorfliei grows tore popular he explained more and more butterfly fakirs turn up These men with various aniline dye powders color up a ten cent Insect Into a good resemblance to a ten dollar one Their work Is hard to detect for the reason that when tho dye rubs off and discolors your fingers you suspect nothing slnco the genuine dust belong- Ing to overy butterflys wlnga would do the same thlngNew York Press ConfusingSheOh SaturdayItsgoes there then Philadelphia Inquirer Theodore Shnpinsky left Tuesday for Louisville having discontinued business in this city LJ t tti tm Wants r til l + rFon SALE Farm well Improved consist of 140 acres Ohio River bottom land CluverportKentuckyFor particulars address JOHN W COTJTY Sklllman Hancock county Kentuck- yWANTEDEvery farmer In Breckenrldco ounty fruit trees from W S tOOnyforFOR RENTA furnished room In a resii convenient to business part of town and depot Apply at the Nowsofllce FOR BALK PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of Kood Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MAKTIN GABLE 518 3rd Street Louisville IC- vWHEAT BINDER FOR SALE Used slightly W B OEIZE Cloverport Ky r r Very Best We use the best grade of medicines obtainable and our prescriptions are exactly as ordered by the physician Prices are always as low as possible considering quality I comI I rridididgton I Cut Pharmacy Rate Drug Store- L B MOREMAN Mr ttI Henderson Route Notes Special Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 115 anti 118 and all trains Sundays Round trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates to local points good to return Sunday Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L L H St L Reduced Rates One way Colonist rates to California April30thto West and Southwest February 4 to 18 March 3 and 17 rJJSPECIAL 11MILLINERY SALE III IIforII get what you want IIcunMARY GARFIELD SNYDERI KYIL4r J OUR PAPER FOR YOUR CASH Sounds queer But its the up todate method of 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yard 49c yard If you know a bargain when you set it cou will certai1 iK t pprecinte this offeriiiK in blank taffeta silk It is 19 tnilies wide has a medium rustling finish and is wrrant d to w Itr suitable for skirts wais s and underlinings 332340 W Market Street LOUISVILLE KY FREE Wo will send to anyone living out of town who sends us their name and address The Ladles Home Journal Style Book once a month for one year free of charge un n- n r ISend us 20 Cents For a Trial Subs rip lion to the KENTUCKY POULTRY JOURNAL Brandenburg ICy Tho Kentucky Poultry Journal Is an ontorprlsliiK pushing und progressive poultry dltAorentfroomlallrthe tlr1ptrlodlcal rest It you want to make money out of your fowls It you want to Ret good results with less work 1 If you want to learn how to save your little chickens It you want to know what to do In the poultry yard each month Send limitedsubscription This offer for u tlmo only iiIIIJoseph Miller got his left eye bruised while playing ball at school last week The eyesight is not injured Dress Goods Silks Dress Trimmings Departments Upholstery Strides Carpets Floor Coverings Corsets Stationery and Books Toilet Articles Hosiery i Paper Patterns Linens White Goals Blankets Bedding Umbrellas and- Parasols Shirt waists and Furs Infants Wear Leather Goods Toys and Sporting Goods Trunks and DaIS House Furnishings Veiling and Dress Nets- Jewelry Boys Clothing Furniture Music AGENTS FOR TH- EDemorest Sewing Machine at 1659 We are closing out our Paint Stock andwhile it lasts let us save you mone- y25CT04OC A Gallon Cheaper Severs Drug Co n s up 55 1 1t v DESERT GRASS TEST Alfa Variety to Be Grown Ir Southern California USEFUL FOR PAPERMAKING Los Angeles Man Has Two Sacks of Seed From Faraway Africa Sue cess of Experiments May Meat Creation of Big Industry Carefully protected In the safe of one of the business houses of Los An geles repose two small sacks of grass seed upon which are based hopes ot treat things says the Los Angeles Times The sacks contain alfa sect from the great Sahara desert The may be the forerunner of an Important papcnnaklng Industry in southern Cal iforniaThe alfa seeds were sent by Profess or David Fairchild of the bureau of plant Industry United States depart ment of agriculture to J C Conrad of Los Angeles who hud become Inter ested in tho possibilities of raising this grass on the desert lauds of southern California and Arizona for papennal ing It wus necessary to send to Af rica for the seeds and the small con signment recently received will be carefully planted for experiment work One portion of the seed will go to Daggott in the heart of the desert ou the Santa Fe railway There it will be planted on the ranch of T S Van Dyke one of the pioneer desert ranch ers who has attained much success In propagating various growths suited to arid districts Another portion will be planted at Mecca on Innds owned by Frank R Strong and the third allotment goes to Thermal In the heart of Coachella valley where Mr Conrad believes con ditions of the higher levels are very similar to those to be found in the na the soil of the alfa grass On account of the constantly dimin ishing supply of material for paper- making Mr Conrad became interested In the possibilities of growing alfa grass on Californias arid lands Ills attention was attracted by a brief statement made in one of Frank G Carpenters letters to the Times Mr Carpenter writing from Ben Oumlf in the Sahara desert 400 miles south of the Port of Oran says of the alfaI I have been passing through a great plain of yellow sandy soil covered here and there with tonos anti spotted everywhere with bunches of the dry alfa grass The alfa was growing right in the sands It is a long wiry grass which Is gathered by the thousands of tons antI shipped to Europe for the making of paper It Is cut by the Arabs and there are companies with immense capital which handle it It grows to the height of ray waist in bunches sgnie of which are not bigger than onos flit while others sprout out of mound which would fill a half bushel rnllaure It looks tough and dry but norertheleBs huge socks of sheep goats and camels teed upon IIt r It Iis poMiible If the experimented the fcrotiTh of the ala grass in the I QOt4ua nril Imperial valleys aild 90 I tho Mohave desert in San Bernardino I county TCvye J 3SPL that paper nulls will he trectJ in southenTTal forula to Handle the prodjuct as it U claimed that the material mate a pa- plf oj ttiperlor quality which will Jmntftn1 top price The material Is oijteclaily suitable for high grade book p tiers I XThs haves of the alfa grass are froth eighteeni Inches to two feet in length They have the peculiarity of breaking off at the Imre BO that they are Bath crud by the exertion of a steady pull after which they are sorted according to their color and length and tied in bundles Cor exportation 4bopt 11 Epilepsy Fits Convulsions or Spasms and St Vitus Dance are Nervous Diseases Most cases can be cured by strengthening and build ing up the nervous system To do this a nerve medi cine is needed Dr Miles Nervine will be found efficacious and satisfactory It has cured many cases of these diseases and we believe it will cure you We can give you names of many who have been cured through its use Write for advice- My son John had epilepsy for years and utter having him treated by specialists for over 2 years ho still continued to have spells I had al most given up in despair but know- Ing tho virtue of Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for sick headache I concluded to try the Nervine During Juno 1906 I gave him u teaspoonful threo times a day then In July I gave it as directed and I could see that he was Improving and he has not had a spoil since August 28 1906 and has taken no medicine since Jan07 I am writing the case just as it Is hoping it will Induce others to try it W R ALLISON Mooresville N C Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only if It falls to benefit you Miles Medical CO Elkhart Ind d FOUR GIRLS Restored to Health by Lydia E PiukhamsVegetable Compound Read What They Jay MlssLillliinRoss530 East 84th Street New York writes Lydia Vegotablo came Irregularltlespe riodio suffering and nervous headaches after everything else had failed to help me and I feel it a duty to let others know of itI- iatharinoCraig2355 Lafayette St Denver Col writes Thanks to Lydia E Plnkhatns VCKetableCompouml1am for months from ner prostrationMiss Stoltz man of Laurel In writes Iwaslna run- downtonditlonnndsuf fered from suppression indigestion and poor circulation Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made me well and strong Miss Ellen M Olson of 4 17 N East St Ke LydinEtable Compound cured rite of backache side ache and established my periods after the best local doctors hats failed to help mo FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills and has positively cured thousands oti women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulcera tion fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear mgdown feeling flatulency indiges pro9tratlOnVhy Mrs Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Mass 000000 worth of the grass Is exported annually from Algeria and the constantly Increasing shortage of raw material for the manufacture of paper makes a permanent field for the crop Mr Conrad Is certain that on the higher lands of the Coachella and Im perlal valleys at present nonlrrlgablo the alfa grass will prove a profitable crop lIe believes that the cost of gathering the grass which Is plucked by hand In the African desert will blII greatly lessened If It proves a desert crop In California by the invent tion of labor saving machinery Chambelains lias The Preference Mr Fr dX Hanrahan a prominent druggist of Portsmouth Va siys For the past six years I hive sold and recom mended Chfttnb rlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is a great remedy and oue of the best patent mid icinesnit tin market I handle srme others for the saute purposes that pav me a larger profit but this remeily i + 50II sure to effect a cure and my CUIlmer 10 certain to appreciate niy recommend ing it to him that I give it Ithe prefer MWV For tale by Severs Drug Co DigIy II ought not to allow nnyumn because I ii has broad lauds to feel that be u I rleh in my preteneo I ought to mak I 111m feel that I can do without hi + I rebel that I cannot be bought no I her ly comfort neither by pridean11 although I utterly penniless and re olvmg bre i from him that lie Is the Poor man Uside meEme1IGnI I Rrguate+ the bowels promote rasy natural liiovemeiiti cures constipation Doana Rsguleis Ask your druggist for them 85 Gents a bx TESTING DRUGS Irgotins Is Tried on Chickens Digi tails on Frogs A lot of sorry looking chickens dogs md eats loafed In the black Ill smell tig yard of tilt great chemical plant We use these animals to test our rugs on wild the chemist They come In very handy They moro than earn their board- Ergotino IB a drug wo test on chickens It is a simple test If n dose of irgotino falls to turn u chickens comb lack we know that the drug Is for some reason or other worthless Hasheosh we test on dogs Hash losh Is made of female hemp buds hale hemp buds have no medicinal slue yet some dishonest dealers put male buds on the market and since hey resemble the female buds precise Iy it Is impossible to detect them save jy an actual test Dogs given hasheesh let drunk and happy If the stuff is good Digitalis the heart stimulant Is ested on frogs We Inject a drop oft into a frogs stomach and in the ymograph or heart recording machine we study the changes that take place Sn the frogs heart action Thus we get n very accurate knowledge of vhat our digitalis can do Do we ever test drugs on ourselves Ob yes Indeed often Chemists have ost their lives chemists have gone Incurably insane through too rash a ravery in testing drugs on their f own personsIos Angeles Tfmes The Raven Writing on Birds In Christian Leg odand Symbol In the National Review Rev R L Giles says The raven is looked upon with dlvld cd feelings He is thetCblrd of ill omen par excellence Corvo dl mal ugurlo Is indeed the Italian eaulv lJ I aleut or tno Dnrase and DngludR brittle the German one According to the fathers he is the emblem of procrastination with his cry of Crns craa Tomorrow tomorrow His not having returned to the ark has always been remembered against him Yet be too Is a pious bird Ho played his part In the Christmas mystery It was said that at the hour of the great birth the crock crowed Chrlstus uatus est the rnviii croaked Quando the rook cawed Mac uocte the ox mooed Ubiy the sheep bleated Bethlehem nnd the ass brayed Eamus This Is found us early as the fourth century Death Was On Ills Heels Jesse p Mo ris of Skippers Va hac a closf cull in the spring of 1906 Hess An attack of pneumonia left me so weak and w th surh M fearful iougl that uiy frieids declared consumption bad me ami death WitS on my it elc Then I as persuaded tt try Dr Kinks New Discovery It btlped me immediately and after taking two and a half bottles I was a well man again I found out that New Discovery is the best rem edy for coghs and lung disease in all the worlduld under guarantee Ht Seveis Drug Co 50c nnd 1 1 Trial bottle free Sensitive Plants There are pleats so sensitive that If when standing by them you should suddenly put up your umbrella or sun shade It would be quite sufficient to cause thorn instantly to close tosotho their leaflets and turn down tl eir tea stalks Just as If they were startled and ilarmod by the movement Indeed in a sunny day wbenthe temperature Is sufficiently high yoi need not malje ven so decided a movement merely rour shadow coning In contact with their leaves wll often cause them to all slightly Strand Magazine Rheumatic Pains Relieved Mr Tbos Stenton postmaster of ot typnol Out writes For the past light years I suffered from rheumatic pains and urllg that time I used mny lifferent liniments and remedies for the cure of rheumatism Last summer I procured a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and gt more relief from it thnn mything I have eter used and the r ully rtoommtnc this tin ment to all sufferers from rheumatic pain For sale by Severs Drug Cor ROPE SUPERSTITIONS Odd Beliefs About the Cure of Cancer and Mumps Yes I am heartily glad that execution by hanging Is passing out of ex- Istence said the jailer of twentyfive years service Not only was hang ing by the neck n grewsome hor Able affair to me but It was always followed by a host of requests for a bit of the rope with which the hanging ivns done Of course these requests wine mostly from Ignorant people but hey were no lees of n nuisance on that recount Oh no they didnt want bits of the rope for morbid reasons but Hicnuso they firmly believe In the old inperstitlon that n bit of rope used In- ni hanging would cure cancer if rubbed on the affected part None of them fvor carne back to report whether a CUre was effected but I reckon It there tad been AR F cnres 1 would have leard of them That Isnt the only rope superstition by the way In Maine where 1 cams rom some folk always use hempen rope for the mumps A plea of it h la tied around tho waist of that sick tier son so thatt the disease will not creep to any vitalI part but remain in the ace The superstition is observed by ar few people of this day and If you o Into small remote country towns In Maine you will see hempen ropes caging In the corner grocery store 110111111 a label Hopes For Mumps Sew York Tribune I Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect rte Ircvaluncy of Kidney JMnonso Most people do not realize the alarm IE increase and remarkable orevalencv kidneydiseascVhile the most common diseases that pre vail they are almost the last recognized by patient and phy sicians who con tent themselves with doctoring tho effects while the original disease undermines the system What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain iu the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all aboutit both sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binjr orders are hamton N Y When Borneo sampRoot writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember h name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and tho address Binghamton N Y i 3 t flor bottln T 1A rPut Your Money where It will Grow under your own control and grow faster than In any other sit way Write for our free txoklct N which tells all about how to Bank by Mall safely and conveniently from any part of tho State We pity 5 per cent Interest annually Our capital se cures you Who Will Be PresidentThis year and evory man must read to keep posted on politics Th- eCourierJournal Henry Watterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaerp but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is tho price of the Weekly CourierJournal Butjyou can get that paper and th- oBreckenridge News Both One Year For 150If you will give or send your order to this paper NOT to The CourierJournal 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 paper Louisville Evansville Packet CoIN- COIUOKATUUI Fast Passenger and Freight Line between Louisville and Fvausville Steamer Tell City- Tarascon Leave Louisville Monday Wednes lay Friday and Saturday at 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Fuesday Thursday and Saturday at 6 p inThrough freight rates and passerpf tickets to Cincinnati Freight Llj meats delivered quicker than ri rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 92 00 Cloverport to Evansville 200 Cloverport to Owensboro 100 Splendid accommodations for ator GeueralOffice 154150J58 4th m Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and P R Chas F Taylor Receiver Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup the cough syrup that tastes nearlyas ood as maple sugar and which children like so well to take Unlike nearly all ther cough remedies It does not constipate but on the other hand it acts promptly yet gently on the bowels nrough which the cold is forced out of the system and at the tame time it al lays inflamation Always use Kennedvd Laxative Cough Syrup Sold by all druggists Websters Home Squadron A few days beforo his death Daniel Webster wished to leave his sickroom once more to look upon the little para Ilse which his taste bad adorned about bls mansion Dressing himself with tho utmost care ho went through the louse on the arm of a servant and finally reached the library Tho night leforo there was a terrific storm and ho great statesman expressed solid udo for the safety of the fishermen ort the coast As he looked from the window his eye fell upon a number of pleasure boats which had been moored to a little mound in tho artificial pond In the rear of the house Well said heUtbe home squadron is safe I think I will go back It was his last layful remark Ho never left his oom again I JWPPPPPPPJPNON W H BOWNER President A B ULUlAN CasblerAF L LIOIITFOOT Vlcolfresldent Cites SKIUMAN AsstCashier The Old Reliable BRI3CKINRI DOg BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 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Leave Evansville 720 Rockport pm Cnnnelton pm Tell Oily 725am pm Troy Arrive French Lick Arrive linden Daily Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS Evansville to French Lick3Rockport Cannelton cell Cityco Troyco Stratton Evansville Ind Beam Jr A Louis Mo INTERESTING INSTRUCTIVE Correct English How to Use it A flonthly Magazine Devoted the Use English JOSEPHINE TURCH BAKER Editor PARTIAL CONTENTS Course in Grammar How to Increase Ones Vocabulary The Conversation Shall and Will Should and Would How to Use Pronunciations Century Dictionary Correct English the Home Correct English in the School What to Sav and What Not Say Course Letter Writing and Punctu ation Twenty Daily Drills Business English for the Business Man Compound Words How to Write Them Studies English Literature AGENTS WANTED 100 Year Send for Sample Copy CORRECT ENGLISH Evanston 111I Impure blood runs you down makes you an easy victim organic diseases Burdack Blood Bitters purifies blood cures cause builds you up IThe most centrally located erd Brstclass hotel in the Iclty 1200 rate onlJII Only one block from the sbopplnRdlstrict and two blocks Ithe principal theatres Street cars pass thedoor to of the city- Everything neat andtclean parII = am 220 pm 7 15 am 2 15 7 15 am 2 15 11 2 22 11 7 3S am 2 32 pm 10 20 am 5 45 pm West 10 30 am 5 55 pm Except 16 2 52 co 2 72 i co 2 60 2 44 Bnden3 248 J St to of Art of them in to in in a of u m all To West 20 I 2 56 co 2 76 co 264 E D P A C A G P lOc the the L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 116 Dally Fast Train leaves Oloveruort 507 AM stops at Irvlngtcn and West Point only arrive at Louisville 7 5 A M No 112 Tally Mail ana Kxprufcs leaves Clo verport 1004 A AI stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1245 p m Train No 114 Dully fast mail leaves Olo verport oCIO p moo stops at all way stations east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 735 u m Train No 148 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Oloverpor 848 u m WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Evansvlllo coacmmodatlon leaves Oloverport 000 a m stops at all way stations arrives Evansvlllo 900 am expressleavesHawesville Cowlsport Maceo Owonsboro Stanley Ilenderion and Evansville arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dally ar rives Olovorport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 115 dally St Louis fast train leaves Olo 108 PlI1 arrives Evnnsv1ll0136 A M St Louish40 A M stops at Uawosville onlyNo leaves Olo verport 925 a m arrives Evansville 18 15 p m Stops at all way stations Chair cars on trains 111 112 113 Ira between Louisville and Evansville Tbrough steep InIcars and tree reclining chair cars on trains 11 and 118 between Louisville and St Louis FordsTille Branch EAST BOUND pavesFordsville500o amTrain No 4 Dally except Sunday leave Kordsvlllti320p m arrives Irvinjtton 620 mTrain No 6 Sunday only Fords vlllo 630 a m Irvlngton908 a m WEST BOUND Train No3 Dally except Sunday le TM Irvington 1100 a m arrives Fordsvllle 2 41- p m IU f11mlr o r00 t 1f Z3h FightingChance ChanceDr better goup tho rIverto Mul queens IIll go if you say so But I cant go now twoweeksweeksPerhaps Will you give mo your word 7 de manded the doctor sharply No doctor Why naU- Because I may have to be here on business There seems to be some sort of crisis coming which I dont under standTheres a crisis right here Steve which I understand I snapped Dr GrIsby Face It like a man sac it like a maul Touro sickto your bones boy sick sick Fight the fight Steve I Fight a good fight Theres n Bgbtlng chanceI On my soul of honor thero Is Steve a fighting chance for out Now now boy I Buckle up tight Tuck up your sword sleeve I At em Steve Oh my boy my boy I mow I know The little mans oleo broke but he steadied It Instant y with a snap of his nutcracker Jaws md scowled on his patient and shook ils little withered fist at him His patient lay very still in the ihadow I want you to go said the doctor larshly before your self control goes Do you understand 7 I want you to go fore your decision is undermined fore you begin to do devious things ly things cheating things slinking hlngs anything and everything to get t the thing you crave Ive given you omethlng to fight with and you wont edit faithfully Ive given you free sin In tobacco and tea and coffee ve helped you as much as I dare to cattier the nights Now you help ie do you hear Yes I will You say so now do It Do some ling for yourself Do anything If oure sick of reading and I dont lame you considering the stuff you adget people down here to see you at lots of people Telephone em ouve a telephone there havent you hero It is by your elbow Use it all up people Talk all the time Yes I will Good Now Steve we know whats e matter physically dont we Of urse we do Now then whats the atter mentally Mentally repeated Siward under 8 breathYes Whats the trouble oaks Bonds Lawsuits Love ie slightest pause and a narrowing the gimlet eyes behind tho lenses ove ho repeated harshly Which It boy Theyre all good to let me Business said Slward But be fa Siward he was obliged to add trtiyBusjness partlyrepeated tho doe V Whats the matter with business rtly i i dont know Thero are rumors rrington Is pounding meapparent jTITh Jntercounty crowd Is acting Inbusly too Theres something un hand somewhere He bent his Id and fell to plucking at the fade jade on the arm of his chair mut ing to himself Somewhere some 17 something underhand I dont w what I really dont All right all right said tho doctor illy Let It go at that Business Atoms admitted what about the ftly Stephen What about it eh iat about It agnln3Jh No yen well very well sir Perfect correct Stephen You have not ied tho right to admit further iptems No sir you have not earn the right to admit them to any y not even to yourself nor to 9 tto has refused me Slward said ply ie little doctor after an Incredulous i i began chattering with wrath tiud you Pah Pooh Thats jfif That signifies absolutely l doYouirget well then try It again youll see And 1C she Is an 1111 the event ot her irrational c T e In an Incredible and utter fenshlo attitude he choked iiM fairly barked at Siward fejher anyway sir Run off with fDouslinto circumstances sIr 1e aof events But you cant 4i Cr1 clapped yourself Into s ILe And God help you it ittXQurs nItMcaPe I tit DUP CRACKS S fRO M ECZEMA Could Lay SlatePencil in One Hands in Dreadful StateDis ease Defied Remedies and Pre scriptionsSuffered Seven Years FOUND A PERMANENT CURE IN CUTICURA I had eczema on my hands for about seven years and during that time I had physicians socalledromCdics and druggists I prescriptions The diseaso was so bad on my hands that I could lay a slatepencil in one of the cracks and a rule placed across the hand would not touch tho pencil I used Skin Lotion others externally Remedy annII did not use any internal remedy andII while some gave partial relief none lieved as much as did the first box of Cuticura Ointment I made a purchase of Cuticura Soap and Ointment and my hands were perfectly cured after two boxes of Cuticura Ointment and one cake of soap were used I now keep them on hand for sunburn etc and use Cuticura Soap for shaving I could write a great deal more in reference to my cure but do not want to take more of your time William IL Dean Newark Del Mar 28 1007 CHILD SUFFERED With Sores on Legs Cured in Two Weeks by Cuticura My little daughter suffered with sores on her legs all last summer Her feet were sore too and she couldnt wear her shoes I think she was poisoned by running through weeds but the doctor said it was eczema I tried several remedies but failed to find a cure Then I sent for Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment which cured her in two weeks I find Cuticura the best I ever tried for any kind of sore and I hopo I shall never LaughlinIvydaloComplete Externall and Internal Treatment for Every Humor of Infants Children and Adults consists of Cuticura Soap 25c to Cleanse the Skin Cuticura Skin and Cuticura neaolventiOcorIntheform ot Chocolate Coated rills 25c per vial of CO to Purity the Blood Sold throughout the world Iotter nruF Chem Corp Sole Props Boston Mass orMalled Free Cuticura nook on Skin Diseases SlwarH BlnllCff again a worn pallli smileI can stand It while you arc hero doctor but when Im alone its hard One of those crises Is close now lea bad night aheada bad outlook Couldnt you NoJust enough toV No Stephen Enough to dull It Just a little I dont ask for enough to make me sleep not even to make me doze You have your needle havent you doctor I dare not help you any more that wayNot this once Not this once There was a dead silence broken at last by the doctor with a violent gos ture toward the telephone Talk to the girl Why dont you talk to the girl If shes worth a hill o beans shell help you to hang on Whats she for If she isnt for such moments Tell her you need her voice Tell her you need her faith In you Good nightSlward lay still for a long while after the doctor had gone More than an hour had passed before he slowly sat up and groped for the telephone book opened It and searched in a blind hesitating way until he found the number he was looking for He had never telephoned to her lIe had never written her except once In reply to her letter In regard to his mothers deaththat strange timid formal letter in which grief stunned It jis convenient to do kitchen work on a stove thats ready at the instant wanted and out of the way the moment youre done Such a stove is the New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil By using it you avoid the continuous heat of a coal fire andcook with comfort even in dog days The ta no was ho saw only the Tormtillty and had answered It more formally still And that was all that had come of the days and nights by that northern sena letter and Its answer and thinking of these things he shut the book wearily and lay back In tho shadow of the faded curtain clos ing his sunken Next Week CHURCH TIME i Quaint Ways of the Early Dutch Set tiers In the New World As early as 1050 the Dutch settlers at Kingston N Y erected with their own hands a little church building and dedicated It the following year When a regular minister arrived from Hol land the same year writes Mrs Nellie Urper Wellington In Historic Churches of America he found himself a dom- inie with a membership of but six teen souls and a salary paid In wheat which was then legal tender among these humble tillers of the soil In 1094 a bell was Imported and gave such pleasure to the members of the little parish that they used it to an flounce the hours for meals for the farmers of the neighborhood The observance of one quaint cus tom was reminiscent of tbelr former life in Holland the announcement by the gray haired sexton between the ringing of the first and last church bells that the hour for service hind ar door to raptped loudly and cried Church time Notices of all kinds whether of fu nerals christenings weddings or mer rymakings were handed first to the sexton who In turn gave them to the clerk who stuck them on the end of the bamboo pole which he kept for that purpose and reached them up to the dominie At the termination of the service as In other Dutch churches the deacons took up the collection with long poles having little velvet bags hung on the ends and a tinkling bell to wake the sleepers to the of a contribution He Got What He Needed Nine years ago it looked as if my time had come says Mr C Farthing of Mill Cresk Ind Ter I was so run down that life hung on a very slender thread It was then my druggist recom mended Electric Bitters I bought a bottle and I got what I I had one foot in the grave but Electric Bitters put it back on tho turf again and Ive been well ever since Sold nnder guarantee at Severs Drug Co 50c Genius Defined Professor of Polite Literature and High Art Now young gentlemen can any of you give me a good definition of genius Beloved is n n unlimited capacity for taking er what belongs to others Sydney N S W Bulletin Tired nythers worn out by the peevish cross baby have found Cascasweet a boom and a blessing Cascasweet is for babies and children and is especially good for the ills so com non in cold weather Look for the ingredients printed ou the bottle Contains no harmful drugs Sold by all druggists Old Papers to Build a Church Old papers sour milk plaster and whites of eggs are tIlt Ingredients used In the construction of a now church In the Urqietto shun district of Paris The Irpenlous architect who Invented this novel building material declares that old papers reduced to n coveredter and whites of eggs equal stone brick or stucco In durability Put This Stove In Your Kitchen wonderfully CookStove overpowering silenceAnd eyes- Continued rivedFrom responsibilities neededstrength- I DIscIpleGenius- sir L NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove is so constructed that it cannot add perceptibly to the heat of a room the flame being directed up a retaining chimney to the stove top where it ie needed for cooking You can see that a stove sending out heat iin but one di rection would be preferable on a hot day to a stove radiating heat in all directions The New Perfection keeps a kitchen uniformly warrantedIfTfsc is the vQLamp ideas lampfor lightgiver 1 Mt agency STANDARD OIL COMPANY UaHlJMl n A tag from a 10cent piece will count FULL value A tag from a Scent piece will count HALF valuo TOBACCOswithwr Save your tags from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST Master Werkman Salloro Pride Horn Shoo Ivy JT Pick Spear Head OM Honosty Eglantine IIg FourW i Irldfo Kt Black Bear OM Poach ffij1JoHy Tar SJK Tonponny 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 PenlOa Tags I English Steel RazorSO Tags Gentlemans Watch200 Tags Ladys TagItIt Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which to redeem tags If you cannot have your tags redeemed at write us catalog PREMIUM DEPARTMENT THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO St Louis Mo Ipaytt i Produce I I lV lY D Dont fail to attend Glasscock Cos Sweeping Reduction Dry Goods Groceries OF Clothing Hats and every article in our ProduceCabbage There is doing with us every day and J People are finding out every week that our store 1 I to get bargains They are also finding out that we I highest prices for produce We are the Low Price Flour 55c 65c and 70c GLASSCOCK CO GLENDEANE KY I r Pain anywhere can be quickly stopped by one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tab lets Pain always means congestion unnatural blood pressure Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets simply coax congestt d blood away from pain centers These Tablets kno n by druggists as Dr Shoops Headache Tablets simply equalize the blood circulation and then pain always departs in 20 minutes 20 Tablets 25 cents Write Dr Shoop Ri tine Wis for free package Sold bv all dealers The Duck Pest Wild ducks are giving some of the farmers In the vicinity of Holtvllle Cal a merry run for their money On Farmer Coons place a few days ag thousands of them could have been seen eagerly devouring tho now sown grain The grain growers In the vicinity of Silsbee also are complaining Mr IJams owns something like 200 acres six or miles southwest of El Centro He has Irrigated eighty acres of his place and planted barley Before the grain hind hardly sprouted tho ravenous and half starved wary bird was on the scene ready for ac tion Unless the valley farmers get together and exterminate this pest thief might as well cease trying to raise grain The solution of tho duck prob lem Is up to them Kodol for dyspepsia has helped thou sands of people who have had stomach trouble This is what one man says of it E C DeWitt Co Chicago 111 GentlemenIn 1897 I had a disease of the stomach and bowels I could not digest anything I ate and In the spring of 1002 I bought a bottle of Kodol and the benefit I received from that bottle all the gold in Georgia could not buy I still use a little occasionally as I find it a fine blood purifier arid a good tonic May you live long and prosper Yours very truly C N Cornell Roding Ga Aug 27 1000 It Is estimated that about 000000000 people live In houses 700000000 In huts and caves and that 250000000 have no regular shelter French Briar PipeSO Tags Leather Pocketbook 80 Tags Steel Carving Set200 Tags Best Steel Sheara 75 Tags ff PocketbookSO Pocket Knife40 Tags Playing Cards30 Tags 60yd Fishing Reel 60 home for L T + i is eight Co cash We I I Z- cPound I Middle dpoultry Cadick Milling payI something Yards Single Comb White- Leghorns Bred to Lay Strain Eggs 100 per 15 2 00 per 50 300 per 100 VMRS J H PAYNE T08INSPORT IND Phone 131 Dox 20 WHO ORDERSCADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR from the grocer strikes the key nota of successful baking To be sure all flours will produce bread but it takes hard Winter W eat with over twenty years knowl edge in milling it such as used in making Cadicks produce bread than any other flour Your grocer will supply it Grandview Indiana All of the Latest Magazines on sale at the News Office I IfTHE PLAIN TRUTH I What More Can Cloverport Peo pie Ask When wellknown residents and high respected people of Cloverport make such statements as the following it must carry conviction to every reader J C Woatherholt living on High St Cloverport Ky says Two years ago 1 did not think it possible that 1 would ever be a well man and in fact I had settled up my affairs believing it would not be possible for me to last much lon ger I cannot describe the misery I endured from pains through my back and whenever I stooped they would be come so sharp that it really felt as if some one was thrusting a knife into my kidneys I often became dizzy dark spots would float before my eyes and I would have to grasp something to keep A from falling My joints became swollen a k to twice their natural size and I lost weight rapidly until I was a skeleton My kidney secretons contained a sedi ment and doctors medicines did not help me nor did the many guaranteed cures that I took It was finally my good fottune to hear about Doans Kid ney Pills and I immediately procured a box at Fishers drug store I was sur prised at the results received and before I had used the contents of the first fox there was a marked improvement in my condition Thus encouraged I continued using thorn until completely cured and I am now as well as any man in this county I give Doans Kid ney Pills the credit and recommend them at every opportunity For sale by all dealers Price BO cents FosterMilburu Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemomber the nameDoausandt- ake no othe- rBLACK JACK NOTES Lohnic Hardesty went to Payneaville MondayChris Ritchie made his regular call Sunday afternoon John S Hardesty spent last Saturday and Sunday at Paynesvllle u Misses Ora Hardesty and sister Mat tie spent Sunday afternoon with Misses Dona and Schley Miller Misses Nannie B and Lula Sipse IFareAAnrt X3250Round JI spent Sunday night with Miss Mollie I Shacklett of Paradise Spring Mr Lamb happened to a painful ac cident one day last week by a loaded wagon running over his foot Mrs Nannie Bradley went down to see her father R W Smith Thurs day and remained several days Tim Rigsby of Bewleyville and Anna B Basham ot Hill Grove were mar Tied in Brandenburg last Wednesday Misses Ida Hilf and Dora Funk ac companied by Sam Bungar and Pusy Algood were guests at a dinner party given by Miss Lou Shacklett Sunday One of Clarence 1 Allens little chil dren happened to a very painful acci dent one day this week by falling off a dresser which he had climbed and sus tained a very painful injury by tearing one of his arms from the shoulder and had to have several stitches taken This same little child was severely burned some time ago from which he had not entirely recovered Piles are easily and quickly checked with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment To prove it I will mail a small trial box as- a convincing test Simply address Dr Shoop Racine Wis I surely would not send it free unless I was certain that DrShoops Magic Ointmeut would stand the test Remember it is made expressly and alone for swollen painful bleeding or itching piles either external or in ternal Large jar 50c Sold byall dealers PATESVILLEr IS J Baker and daughterMise 5lie were in HawMville Monday Miss Nell Fawver has purchased a line of spring millinery Mr and Mrs Clint Reid and baby of Cloverport are viii Ling relatives here Farmers are very busy at present pre paring their soil for tillage Matthias Miller of Hardinsburg is the guest of S J Baker and family Quite a large crowd from here attend ed court at HawMville Monday of last weekM Tiorney and Chas Gabbert pur chased a fine span of mules of S J Baker and sons- Laurence Lawless spent several day of last week at The Narrows and Horse Branch the guest of relatives Mrs F K Gordon and children of Owensboro came up Friday to spend some time with her parents Mr and Mrs T G Lynch and other relatives Miss Ada Frymire is the guest of Mr and Mrs Thos Brown of Weber Messrs Millard Compton and Dave Clark have exchanged some of their landDr R W Frymire was called to Peyton Pulliams of Goering Thursday night to attend a sick child I Drs Simons of Cloverport and J T Milner of this place held a consultation at Goering Thursday- W J Fawver the jeweler has beau tiful photograph scenes on post card for saleMrs Eddie Gordon and children spent several days last week at Bolins Chapel the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Leonard Preston and children spent several days at Goering the guest of her sister Mrs John Tay lor HARDINSBURG Judge Moorman was in Louisville several days last week Judge and Mrs Milton Board arriv ed from Texas last week where they had spent the winter Mr and Mrs Frank Mercer came down from Louisville Saturday to spend a few days with relatives and friends The regular quarterlybe meeting of the Equity hald horS next Monday v iO 1 The April term of the Fiscal Court will convene next Tuesdayyp bigfruitFred Ferry of Cloverport was here Sunday to see his wife who had spent the week with Mrs D R Murray Beard Bros last week sold to Sheeran S Beattchamp three car loads of cattle and one car load of hogs Wm C Kane of Axtel was in town MondayJudge Matthias Miller was visiting his sister Mrs Baker of Ohio county last week The Ladies Aid will have Geo W Bain the great platformlecturer here one night the first week of May Col Bain is always popular here and draws crowded houses P W West of Union Star was in town Monday Anelection will be held at the school building next Saturday afternoon to choose one trustee for the Hardinsburg IJf WdwaeoA tllJVwMf EXCURSIONw0 I ToI r IW MtFare 3250 Round Trip lIVE GREAT TEXAS PANHANDLE I APRIL 7 1908 If you are wanting to better your conditions if you are willing to break away from home ties and take a chance in the IIwhere Golden Westcontentment is the order of the day where new towns are spring ing up in every direction and where new homes are taking the place of the cattle herds where everybody is prospering and where every condi tion will surprise and please youCYou Must Join our Excursion on April 7th PANHANDLEQ p r If i r i r You had better arrange to go for lands are advancing at I Iarapid rate and in a little while it will be out of your reach The wise man will carefully consider this proposition knowing that there never will be any more land than there is today For your comfort I and convenience we have provided a FREE Pullman leaving Cloverport at 11a ITV APRIL 7thI which will take you all the way without change Now in order that you t may be provided with Berth drop a postal or call on I EIL N OELSUNLIGHT HOTEL TON IND J P SNYDER LAND CO HEREFORD TEXAS t tII WE ALL USE PE=RU=NA IN OUR HOME iI A m MRS ANNIE TESCtt NNow tt liiAvenuewrites When I wrote to you f s 1 for advice my health was a WMj total wreck I could not sloop i i j and thought I would die 1brf as there seemed to be no help oti1 1 for me But I followed your 1iUW advice and took Peruna and lb Vjjlam1 and sleep well and enjoy life 1 never will be without Peruna should any of us bo sick Catarrh of Worst Form Mrs Amanda Long 7237 Booby Avenue Chicago Ill writes hI believe that I am cured of catarrh of tho worst form and of long standing- I waS almost a total wreck I tried almost everything and doctored with a number of doctors but they did me no goodI tried Peruna as a last resort and by the time 1 had taken one bottle I could see that it was helping me and so I con tinned taking it I can say now that I have not felt the slightest symptoms for thrco months and I think there Is nothing like Peruna I still keep it in the house and think there is no medi duo like it 1 cannot praise ittoo highly Mid bless the day that I learned of it Mrs Judge J F Boyer 1421 Sherman Avenue Evanston Ill writes that sev oral complications united in pulling her down and she thanks Pernna for new life and strength Peruna Tablets For two years Dr Hartman and his tssistawtr have incessantly labored to create P mina in tablet form and their treinwm alters have just been crowned with fuvctn People who object to liquid medicines can now secure Peruna tablets Each tablet is equivalent to one average dose of Joruna Collegiate and Normal Institute After August this school will have but one trustee its charter having been annuled by the enactment of the new school law which gives but one trustee to each school except the graded schoolsThe choir of the M E church South are preparing for a special Easter song service Marriage licenses issued since March 25th Joseph H Glasscock Delitha Jane Cheyne Murray Butler Emeline Butler I O Duncan Lucetta C Miller Joe Marr Maggie Dunn H T Eden Bertha Cook Thomas C Ray mer Elodia Raymer- In the County Judges office Monday morning Mr Thomas C Raymer of Kansas was married to Miss Elodia Raymer of Glendeane the Rev Isaah Cline officiating The groom was 01 years of age and had been married twice before The bride was a blushing 17 year old girl Mr and Mrs G W Beard were married 58 years ago yesterday The James Taylor known to all the older inhabitants as Father Taylor pronounced the ceremony making this re markable couple man and wife Mr and Mrs Beard are the only couple re maining in town who were here fifty eight years ago They are in excellent health and bid fair to be here for many more happy anniversaries Tom Horsley who has been in the street car service in Louisville for some time died the 24th at Jas W Millers near town where he has been for some time on account of ill health His re mains were sent to Louisville for burial The deceased was a son of Mike Horsley of Mook and was a brotherinlaw of Mr Miller at whose home he died A prize will be given for the most pleasing costume worn to the maskedl skating carnival to night the spectators deciding the winner of the prize Wm L Matthews of Westview was in town Monday Mrs Joseph Sawyer and daughter Jane expect to leave for Eddyville next week to visit relatives Cf7NTA1N8 ENNEBY6lothas It I Who is best able to judge of the value of Peruna The housewife who has used it in her home for years or prejudicedw sensational writers who have never used Peruna in their lives It will not take any fairminded reader a minute to fiM decide which is the best evidence The mothers oftthe United States believe in Peruna The half million women who praise Peruna receive no pay for doing so and the halfi dozen editors who disparage Peruna get big pay for doing so Which is the best evidence i I Sore Throat Tor Years Mrs O Dashel 384 Irving Avenue Chicago Ill Curate Natural History Society writes- I am glad to be able to recommend Peruna for chronic sore throat I bnV1could qMRUdwSSELL Acute Indigestion- Mr John C Russell 810 County Street Portsmouth Va writes regarding his wifes case as fol lows I thought it would be doing but Justico to your great medicine to tell you what it has done for mywifeTwo years ago the doctor called at our house on an average three times a week in attendance upon my wife who was suffering from acute Indigestion Her suffering W was so great that nothing but morphine would give her relief While on a visit to some friends in Norfolk she had an attack and I pre pared to go for Thirtythe doctor whenGained I I proposedPoundsJ gave a dose repeating it in a half hour and her pains passed away Since that time my wife has gained thirty pounds We are never out of Peruna When the children or I have scold we take some of mammas Peruna I find it has cut my doctor bills down to almost nothing INSTITUTE Sunday School Meeting at Irving ton Next Wednesday T B Henderson of Webster will superintend a one day institute for the Sunday Schools in the county and it will be held next Wednesday AprilS The order of the program is as followsf 945 DevotionalPastor 1000Grade Work Organization Management Teaching The Elementary Grades The Intermediate Grades The Adult Grades Conference led by State Worker 1200Noon Intermission AFTERNOON 100 Meeting of County Executive Committee with State Worker 225Song and Prayer 230The Educational Work of the Sunday School Education for Salva tion and for Service Teacher Training The International Reading Course The Teachers Meeting Conference led by State Worker 330 Visitation HousetoHouse Visitation Home Department Cradle Roll 400 Organization v GradingTemperance and MIssions- I BRAC- onferfnce led by State worker 430 Intermission EVENING 730 Devotional 745The International Convention State Worker Enlarging Their Home Mr and Mrs D H Seversare adding another room on the ground floor to their attractive residence in the East End This addition makes five rooms down stairs besides the reception hall HONEY AXATIVEChilinn J v Jy i 1andt1 u 4 e w a w go Peruna had boon to others so I 4 tried a bottle of It After using it I was much bettor and sixll bottles of it cured meII I cannot say too much for4 Peruna and I hope that aom poor sufferer like myself will see this ao4 i give it a trial MR5COA5HELw Peru na for Her Ghlldres Mrs Alice Bogle 803 Clinton StCirclovlllo Ohio writes I want to inform you what Peraaa has done for me I have been afflicted with catarrh for several years I have tried differ ont medicines and none seemed to dome any good until I used Pornna I have taken six bottles and can prqise It very highly for the good it has done me I also find it of groat benefit to m children Dr Smith Recovering During the last week Dr PM Smith has been improving rapidly and his friends who have been so interested in his recovery are glad to llearn that he expects to be out in town soon Ladies Home JournalNews office CUT THIS OUT AND SAVE IT Says Many Persons Here Can be Made Happy Again by Using This There is so much Rheumatism here in our neighborhood now that the following advice by an eminent authority who writes for readers of a large Eastern daily paper will be highly appreciated by those who suffer Get from any good pharmacy onehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kargon three ounces of Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Shake these well in a bottle and take in tea spoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime also drink plenty of good water It is claimed that there are few vic tims of this dread and torturous disease who will fail to find ready relief in this simple homemade mixture and inmost cases a permanent cure is the result This simple reciepe is said to strengthen and cleanse the eleminativo tissues of the kidneysso that they can filter and strain from the blood and system the poisons acids and waste matter which cause not only rheumatism but numer ous other diseases Every man or wo man here who feels that their kidneys are not healthy and active or who suffer from any urinary trouble whatever should not hesitate to make up this mix ture as it is certain to do much good and may save you from much misery and suffering after while Our home druggists say they will either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription ready to take if only readers ask them AN- DOUCH Tastes SO good TAR YRUP IEo oCtIlOp4wl1rMiIA MMl ds4u sib ri vs ssNt1ti wledittl ue oBtlBtt O UUi KMn4ri Lwtlrt Cauth Sjno roam the bowtte altuao 1For r I ol ti