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S t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOLrXXXll CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 8 1908 8 Pastes NO 39 f SHOOTING IN THIS CITY FRIDAY John Firbar Shot By John Beavin At The English Kitchen FARBER IMPROVING u 4 Friday afternoon about six oclock intense excittmettt was aroused on Main street by the shooting that occurred iin the English Kitchen when John Beavin i shot John Farber The bullets passed through the scalp of Farbers head nnd- PJr a while his death was expected any moment He is improving now and iis undo the medical care of Dr Forrest LightfootIt I that trouble had been i brewing between Farber and Beavin for some time but the nature of it is not 3 known Beavin was put in Jail The affair has caused deep grief to the family of Farber and is a source of great regret to them Church Improvements Irvington April 6SpecialTheme- mbers of the Methodist and Presby terian congregations have had chancels 1 erected in their churches for the special use of the choirs They are great im provements and will be enjoyed by the faithful singers Plenty of Trouble t is caused by stagnation of the liver and bowels To get rid of it and headache and biliousness and the poison that brings jaundice take Dr Kings New Life Pills the reliable purifiers that do the work without grinding or griping 25c at Severs Drug Co I Grand Opening Day Saturday was a big day at Irvington three of the leading stores had their spring openings Jollys store gave a magnificent display of new spring goods rivaling with the large and handsome stock of the Lyon Dry Goods Company Miss Nannie Childs milinery opening created much interest and was a treat to buyers of beautiful hats The advantages that the Irvington merchants are giving the public can be ascertained by read ing thir ads in the News louse Party at Irvington For A Louisville Visitor At the home of Mrs D C Heron a most pleasant houseparty was given from Saturday until Sunday in honor of her visitor Miss Jargaret Schwertzer of Louisville The guests included the following young society girls of Irving ton Misses Ruts Miller Nell Smith Maude Cowherd Effie Brady Aunt Lee Bandy Willa Drury Jesse BradyI Katbrine and Eva McGlothlau The Morrisons Move yLr and Mrsjacob Morrison and son Eflward have moved from their home in the West End and are staying at the Cloverport Hotel They will probably spend the summer there DAILY SERVICES Rev Pat Davis Busy at The Methodist Church In Thisi CityGood CongregationsI The annual Methodist revival com i menced Sunday morning by the Rev Currieand his assistant Rev Pat Davis of Louisville is with him now preaching twice a day Rev Davis sermons are sane and helpful and are well delivered out of long experience and practical know I ledge He has promised to give a special talk to the young people at the League Sunday night which will be I i lead by Miss Jennie M Harris The meeting is being well attended and general interest is being aroused among the church goers League Conference It t I Fhe annual state conference of the Xtfworth League will meet at Hender I On the last of June and the first of Jr ly 1 n BEQUEATHED 100000t TO BIBLE SOCIETY Miss Emma Kasey Dies IIn Owensboro And Leaves Large Estate Left By Her Uncle FORMERLY LIVED HERE Miss Emma Kasey died at the home of her sister Dr Evelyn Bush iin Owensboro Tuesday morning of last week after an illness of some time However her death was hastened by a second attack of paralysis The remains were taken to Vine Grove Ky for in terment Miss Kasey was fiftytwo years of age and was born and reared in Clover port By the death of Miss Kasey the American Bible Society inherits her en tire estate consisting of 100000 This is in accordance with the ishes of her uncle Starrel Kasey whose death oc curse 1 a year ago and whose estate she inheritedIt the property in this city be longing to the estate of Miss Kasey will be sold immediately Dr Forrest Lightfoot contemplates buying it The Home Boys Entertained The skating rink was a scene of aI continuous round of pleasure from 8to 12I oclock Friday night when the girls ex ercised their best efforts to entertain the young society men who had beenI riving them so many enjoyable skating parties at the rink during the past winter The majority of the girls were dressed in white summer dresses andI they were never so attractive and sociable as they were at this leap year party for the home boys Each one was busy trying to make their quests have a good time and they most certainly succeeded At 11 oclock an elegant and sumptuous luncheon which the girls had previously prepared was served to all those present and was thoroughly relished by the skaters Those who issued the invitations were Misses Ray Heyser Mamie Graham Minnie Emery Mamie DeHaven Reba Lewis Nellie White house Louise Babbage Cltona and Stella Weatherholt Matt and Ree Willis Julia and Maggie Wroe Carrie and Claudie Pae Edith Eva and Grare Plank Fannie Ella and Jane Smith and Mrs Harry Newsom The guests were Lafe and Ira Behen Chris Brabundt Marion Denton Chas and Otto Fallon Len Gregory Harry Hambletonjoe GrahamJohn and James Lawson Stuart and Virgil Babbage Paul Lewis Chas Burk E i Morrison Harry Newsom Raymond Parker Raymond Pate Orville Perkins David Phelps Allen Pierce Harry Weather bolt George Wendelken Horace Beavin and Mike Tucker Floyd Whitehouse and Ed Wroe The visiting guests were Miss Mary Goering of Hawesville Messrs Mack Brown Edward Dillion Morris and Franklin Kincheloe of Hardinsburg The Road Question Mr J D Babbage Dear SirIn reading your paper for the last six months I have failed to notice any thing said about the roads You claim to treat all with justice and you always had a great deal to say when the roads were bad Please tell us why you are so mum now for the roads are worse now than they have been for twelve years In factthey are almost impassable but we do not blame Charley Bohler for it He is a good road man We do blame you for cencuring every other supervisor and laying all the bad roads to inefficient supervision when the roads that were worked most last year are pow the worst roads we have John if you will get a double rig for one horse could not pull you and drive out 3 miles from town on any public road and then write the truth about the road question the rig shall not cost you nothing Now It you do not make the trip let us hear what you have got to say about the condition of the roads- Respectfully ExSupervisor Geo N Harris Attends Mule Sale Owen and Ben Seaton were in Louis ville last week attending a large mule sale Forty mules were on sale and all brought fair prices Mr Owen l Seaton bought a fins animal and is 1 quite proud of his purchase 1 It n GRAND MEETING HELD BY A S OF E Farmers Meet At Hardinsburg Monday Twelve Local Unions Represented RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED A large and representative body of farmers members of the A S of E ands number who were not members but in sympathy with the society met at Hardinsburg Monday It was a regular meeting of the Breckenridge county Union The local Unions were fairly well represented by delegates from twelve local Unions There never was a more solid substantialand thrifty body of farmers assembled at Hardinsburg They were never more determinedand loyal to their cause They were happy contented and pros perous They were all in love and harmony their only object seemed to be to keep in harmony and keep down disorder in their ranks Conservatism reigned Law and order was the keynote Better products better prices and an equal deal to all seemed to be the supreme object of their coming togetherMr President of the county Union called the meeting to order In doing so he said he thought- it was strange that farmers cannot come together and unite on one thing I and stand by it He wished to impress I on the member that whatever was done 1 here today should be done with the view to the best interests of the farm ers their neighbors and friends Let 1 us first be right know that we are f right then go ahead and stand by it If we decided said he to plant 10000 hills to the hand let every one of us do it By doing this we keep down discon tent and murmerings There will be no trouble if every man sticks to his promises He made a splendid talk I Full of good advice and a spirit of fair dealing Mr Shrewsbury appointed the following committee on resolutions W R Pierce R L Burch E B j Oglesby Dr P W Foote Lon Jarboe and Silas Miller The committee retired and after a long consultation reported the following resolutions which after some discussion were unammous lyadoptedWe committee on resolutions affirm our faith in the eternal principles taught in the official organs and the 3rd power book We realize that the present prices of farm products while not yet renumer ative would be much lower if no at tempt had ever been made by the organ priceWe in the last Indianapolis Convention and feelI that many of our loyal subjects are at a loss to know whose banner to follow The next Convention we think willfully settle this question and while we are waiting we urge you all to stand together We condemn the lawlessness of the night riders and as an organization J stand talk and fight against such On toe other hand we feel and know that the laws have been trampled and the farmer robbed to an extent that far outweighs present outrages and that twoc wrongs never made one right J We demand our law makers to take prompt action against the trustsII We urge all locals to send one deleII gate to attend the meeting to be held at Owensboro on April 18 getbusypends the life and success of the A merican Society of Equity We recommend that the acerage be held to 10000 hills to the hand 5000 the half hand toI We universally condemn the Kentuc ky press for their unfair reports and methods to defeat the principles of Equity Silas Miller P W Foote W R Pierce OglesbyR Lou Jarboe 1 A big cut or a little cut smal scratches or bruises or bg ones ure healed quickly by DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve It is especially good for piles Get DeWitts Sold by all druggists Box Supper Enjoyedc The A O U W lodge of this cityt gave an enjoyable box supper in their headquarters Tuesday night Notwithstanding the inclement weather they had a fair crowd and an enjoyable even ing was spent with their friends and 1 families They realized a neat sumt from the boxes sold at- p I FRANK WARFIELD A BENEDICT Prominent Banker And Former Cloverport Boy Weds A Louisville Girl MARRIED QUIETLY The wedding of Miss Henrietta Katherine Morris and Mr Roderick Frank W rfield was quietly solemnized Saturday night at the rectory of Christ- Church Catherdral at 9 oclock in the presence of the immediate families and a few friends The Rev Gharles Ewell Craik The offiliutedII talked among it came as u complete surprise to their friends Mr Warfield is the brother of Mrs Frank Praize and John Warfield of this city and formerly lived here He is prominently connected with the Ameri can National Bank of Louisville Mis Warfield is an attractive young woman and the daughter of an aristo cratic family of Kentucky Entertaining DayAt Stephensport StephensportKyApril6Special Mrs A B Crawford was a charming hostess to her friends at her beautiful home at this place Thursday She was handsomely gowned in black and white and wore pearls for the occasion Those who partook of her hospitality in the afternoon were Mesdames R T Skillman E Roberts B Napper E Rollins OLay M Payne L Bennett E H Miller Jno Adair M Adkison R A Smith G W McCubbine J Hanks and B rM McCubbins Delicious refreshments were From 8 oclock to 11 servedFf evening she gave an elaborate supper to a number of guests The dining table was artistically decorated in magnolia blooms and a fine menue was served to the following Mesdames L T Roberts R A Smith Jno Adair G W Payne and daughter Jennie Brooks M McCoy and daugh ter Messrs Andrew Crawford Sr G W Payne Jno Adair R A Smith R H Bennett and Mrs John Black The guests were elegantly dressed for the affair and a perfect time wits had 1 both in the afternoon and evening Breckenridge Boy A successful operator on the Big Four Route Carl Tinius son of a prominent farmer of Holt now with this road at Mattoon Ill He is a graduate of the Kentucky School of Telegraphy at Owensboro In a letter of recent date to the school he tells of passing the examination successfully and also expresses his appreciation to Mr Rhodes his instructor for the thorough and efficient manner in which he was trainedwhile in school saying I find your instructions and the work you gave to be the i same as I perform here on the road It is owing to your training and influence that I now hold the position of third trick man here I can cheerfully recom mend anyone wishing to learn teleg raphy to you for training It GET READY International S S Convention Meets June 1823 In The Armory Suggested ThemeIIWe Would See of JesusThe 12th Triennial Convention of the International Sunday School Association in will be held in Louisville Ky June 1823 in the Armory the largest auditorium in the city Headquarters of the Executive Committee speakers I etc will be at the Louisville Hotel There will be 2215 delegates appoInt- ed by the StateProvincial and Territorial Associations of the United States and Canada in addition to the officers of the Association the Executive Coma cmitteeInternational VicePresident from each Association and the General Secretaries This will make a company of 2500 delegates is who will be accompanied by hundreds of officers teachers and mem ers of the Sunday schools of the International FieldKy S S Reporter ill c I Confidence when eating that your food iis of highest wholesomenessthat it has nothing in it that can injure or repastdoublyThis youhave ROYALBald Powde- Ablol ebt PeThe only baking powder made with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar confidence powderorlessalum or alum salts remains in thefood JAMES SEVERS FOUND DEAD Former Magistrate Dies Suddenly- at ills Home at Union Star- UNERAL WAS HELD THURSDAY At his home in Union Star James Severs was found cad about 4 oclock Tuesday afternoon of last week The cause of his death is unknown as he was apparently in good health just a few hours before his death he passed through his house and told a member of the family that he was going to cut some wood and they were shocked when he was found in the woodshed lifeless The funeral was held Thursday at 12 oclock and the services were con ducted by the Rev Roberts Mr Severs was a brother of D H Severs of this city and was survived by a wife and five children He was a retired merchant and for a number of years was magistrate of the Union Star district The sympathy of many friends and relatives goes out to the bereaved family ROY Moorman in Louisville Roy Evan Moorman of Hardinsburg spent several days of last week in Louisville taking Shriners degrees Married at Axtel Misr Ada Pool and Mr Dan Decker were married at Axtel March the twentysecond The ceremony was performed by the Rev C W Stone in the prese nee of friends and relatives Musical Announcement Preparations are being made by the music pupils of Miss Lula Severs to give an informal musical to their friends and parents Friday evening May the first The musial will be given at the home Miss Severs and the occasion is pleasantly anticipated by the lovers of good music Those who will tape part the program are Misses Eloise Nolte Elizabeth Skillman Mildred Babbage Mayde Chapin Neomie Simons of Tobinsport end Fred Pierce The III Mr Chas May has been ill at his home for the past week The lodges his many friends hope that his re- overy will be rapid Dr A A Simons went to Skillman Sunday to see Mrs John Sterrett who very ill at his home there Mr J J Dyer is still confined with rheumatism at his home on the hill Mrs Ella Davis still continues to bo at her home at Harned PAST FOURSCORE YEARS Mrs Alexander Passes Away After a Useful Life Survived By One Son A CIIRISTIN WOMAN Mrs Susan Alexander of Bums rt lict of the Hun Chas Alexander died Alexander1Srvanced age of 86 years being the lack member of the family of James Butler one of the old settlers of that section of countyHer surviving child John Alexander at whose home she died is one of the most prominent citizens of the icounty Her other child Missouri was the first wife of George M Pile who died at Irvington a few weeks ago Mrs Alexander was an energetic useful Christian womanone who possessed the qualities of heart and hand to bring up a child in the way that would make a successful and honored citizen Such women leave an impress upon the world long after they have gone to their reward and in such lives is an in spiratiun for others Yatch Newsii Saturday afternoon Mr David Phelps gave a vatch party to Mr and Owen ISrathear of Bristol Tenn Mrsiandii i Mr and Mrs James Younger They took a sail on Clover Creek and also haa an enjoyable spin on the Ohio j Mr P D Plank took a small company 1 of friends for a trip on i Sunday afternoon in his ideal pleasureiboat that he has just launched for the summer season Among the guesta i were Misses Eva and Eliza May and Mr Lawrence Murray Dr Forrest Lightfoot has just frothkk cently purchased gasoline launch Mr Daniels for his daughter Miss Jane LightfootMr Weatherholt will not put his boat on the river until the first of May He is having it repaired and well equipped for the seasons use Mr Fred Fraize another enthusiastic t yatchman of this city will start his launch the first of next month Regulates the bowels promotes easy natural movements cures constipation Doans Regulets Ask your druggist for them 25 cents a box Leave Cloverport Dr and Mrs Frank Hook left this city Saturday for Highland Park Ky to make their homo Dr Hook has been practising dentistry here for sometime f U l Ii 5 11 i t r 4 i a I The Fighting F IIII Chance Copyright 1900 by the Curtis Publishing Company Copyright 10M by Robert W Cnambcrs I CHAPTERi1 world and his city had almost ceased to think of Sl HISward But there were two people who had not forgotten himHoward Quarrier and Beverly Plankand one other a third who could not yet forget him if she would but as yet she had not tried very des peratelyThe that Siward left New York to visit everybodys friend Mr M1111 queen in the country Plank called ou him for the second time In his life and was presently received in the south drawing room the library being ilm Itod to an informality and intimacy not for Mr Plank Slward still lame and using unskl fully two Bhlny now crutches came down the stairs and stumped into the drawing room which In spite of the somlor clustering curtains was brightly Illuminated by the winter sunshlue reflected from the snow In the street Plank was shocked at the change 1 himat h the ghost of a voice listless at the thin nerveless hand oft LIIformalstartled so that ho forgot his shyness and retained the bony hand tightly In his and instinctively laid his othor great cushlonllko paw over it holding It imprisoned unable to speak unconscious in the Impulse of the moment of the liberty he permitted himself and which he hind never Ireful ed of taking with such a man as SI wardThe effect on Siward was composite1 his tried voice ceased surprise Inability to understand tinged with In atluctlve dijpleasure were succeeded by humorous curiosity nUll very slow ly It became plait to him that this goofy young nun liked him was naive ly concerned about him felt frlcudl toward him and was showing it UK spontaneously UK a child I thought Id come began Plank growing redder nnd redder as lie het gnu to reshIel the enormity of familial Ity committed only on the warrant or Impulse You dont look woll It was good of you to think of mo sold Stwftrd Como up to the library If youve n few tnlmitos to spnre nn invalid Please go first Im n trill lame yet- I I am sorry muttered Plunk very very sorry At first In the library Plnnk was awkward and silent finding nothing to nay and nowhere to dispose of his hands until Slward gave him n cigar to occupy hula lingers Slward rang for tea although the hour was early After n little while either the toast or the tea appeared to let on IMnnU as n lingual laxative for be began suddenly to talk which IIs characteristic of bashful men nnd SII ward RrnvHy helped him on when he floundered and turned1 shy After ni little uwtte H vettt veryj well with them mill lii mticli more nt ca te- than sun hailI ever dared to hope hl could lIe with Siward talked sal talk ed aril Slward his crutches across ills knees lay sockI In his armchair chat ting with that winning Informality so becoming I men who are unconscious of their ehni ut- WVatchltig Plnnk It occurred to him gradually that this great cumbersome creature was not a shrewd thrifty solf made mil self finished adult at all only n big wistful lonely boy without roiiirndvM nnd with nowhere to play Plank spoke of himself after awhile Sounding the personal note with teutn tire timidity Siwnrd gravely encour aged him mad III a little while the out Ham of his crude autobiography ap peared emlKxlylng his eventless boy hood In u Pennsylvania town his en roer at tin high school the duwnlnu desire for college equipment satisfied by toll fttthpr who owned shares In the promising ltpaleI Steel Plank compiiny the unhappy years nt lIar vard hard years fur he learned with difficulty solitary years for he was tint nuiiirlit hy those whom IIP desired to know Then he ventured to speak of his IaIthers mowing Interest in Mcel the MiiTuiii triil clisiirNng of independent phis own entry up on lh4 sri p in ti lentil of his fll RheumatismI hmtlsml Not a remedy that will straighten the distorted limbs of chronic cripples nor turn bony rrowths back to flesh again That is impossible Out I can now surely kith the pales and pangs of w deplorable disease In Gorman a Chemist in tho City of Darmstadt I found the last Ingredient with wbch Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy was made i perfected dependable prescription Without that last ingredient successfully treated maul tnany cases of Rheumatism buttbw atlast itunl fouily cures all curable cases of this heretofore tnncb dreaded disease Those eandliko srmnula- rwMtel found In Rheumatic Blood Boom todlacolTG tnd pass away under tho action of this remedy as freely as does sugar when added to pure wator And then when dissolved these poisonous wstg freely pass from the system and the cause of Rheumatism Is gone forever There U now no real nQOdno actual excuse to JUtfer wnaer m- wt 1 Wo and is cons dmre 1- 3Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy ALL DEALERS IROBERTI ther and the restmaterIal fortune nnd prosperity which perhaps might stand substitute as a social sponsor for him stand perhaps for something of what he lacked In himself which Beverly Plank only long residence amid time best long formed habits for the best or a long Inheritance of the best could give Did Siward think s07 Was the best be yond his reach Was It hopeless for such a man as ho to try And why Is It worth while repeated Plank flushing heavily It Is worth while to me I wish to be able to go where such men as you go be permitted asked desired to be part of what you always have been part of Is It a great deal 1 ask Toll me Mr Si ward for I dont know Is It too much to expectI think It Is a very high ambition said Shvnrd smiling What you ask Is not very much to ask of life Mr Plank Plank laughed a little and his squar ed Jaws relaxed then after a few mo ments thought- It Is curious that what you castaway from you so easily I am waiting for with all the patience I have In mo And yet it is always yours to pick up again whenever you wish and I may never live to possess it He was so perfectly right that Si ward said nothingIn fact he could have no particular Interest or sympathy for a minis quest of what he him solf did not understand the Ilack of He was now that he knew Plank con touted to accept him anywhere he met him but Planks upward evolutions upon the social ladder were of no In torest to him nail his naive snobbery was becoming something of a bore So Slward directed the conversation Into other channels and Plank accepting another cup of tea became very communicative about his stables nnd his dogs IIwould youi should like to ask you to try somo shooting at the Fells stammered Plank next season if you would care to Youre very good I should like to If I wore going to shoot at nil hut I fancy my shooting days are over for awhllo Over Business nodded Siwnrd absently grave again I see no prospect of ny idling for the next year or two You fire InIu Amalgamated Elec rlc I think ventured Plank Very much In replied the other rankly Youve rend the papers and hoard rumors I suppose Some I dont suppose anybody quite understands the attacks on Amal gamn ted I ouIhis shrewd Im wondering he began cautious- lyI how much the Algonquin crowd understands about the matter Shvards troubled eyes wore on him- tiS he spoke watching closely narrowly Ive heard that rumor before he saIdSo have I said Plank and it seems incredible He looked warily nt Slward Suppose It is true that the Algonquin Trust company Is god father to Intorcounty That doesnt explain why u man should kick his own door down when thores a bell to ring and servants to let him Inand- out again too- I have wondered said Siward whether the door he might be inclined to kick down Is really his own door any longer- I too said Plank simply It may belong to a personal enemy If he has any lie could afford to have an enemy I suppose Slward nodded Then hadnt you betterI beg your pardon You have not asked me to advise you No I may ask your advice some day Will you give It when I do With pleasure said Plank so warmly disinterested so plainly proud and eager to do a service that Siward surprised and touched found no word to utter x- Clonk rose Slward attempted to Agonies Of Pain Never live up and think that all women yourself Included have to suffer pain- Thousands of women have written to tell how they have cured their womanly Ills and relieved their pains and over a iMillion have been benefited la various other forms of female disease dur lag the put liI years by that popular aid sitccessful female remedy WINE OF CAROUI WOMANS RELIEF I believe I would now have been dead writes Mrs Minnie KyuI had suffered with bad cramping spells pains In my back sides and arms and awful bcadag down pains Now these pains have all lone as a result of using Cardul At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing symp DeprTheChattanooga Tenn E 39 stand up hut had trouble with hlHI crutchesPlease dont try said Plnnk com Ing over ami offering his hand Mnj I stop In again soon Oh you are oft to the country for a month or two 1 see You dont look very well 1 hope It will benefit you Awfully glad t have seen you II hope you wont forgot me entirely I nm the man people are forget ting returned Siward not you It was very nice of you to come 1011I are one of very few who remember meat nilII have very few people to rcmcm her sold Phonic and If I had as many as I could desire I should remember you first Here he became very much embar rassed Slward offered his hand again Plnnk shook It awkwardly and went away on tiptoe down the stairs which croaked decorously under his elghtII And that ended the first Interview between Plnnk und Shvnrd in the firstJJ days of the hatters decline The months that passed during SI wards absence from the city beganJJ to prove rather eventful for PlnnkI lie was finally elected n member ofII the Patroons club without serious opt I position he had dined twice with the Kemp Kenalls ho and Major DelI wether were seen together at the Cnlth ness lance nnd In the Caithness box nt the opera Once a respectable news j paper roporfeel him at Tuxedo for the weeks end his name linked with the clergy frequently occupied such space under the column headed Eecleslns I tlcnl News ns wns devoted to tllIprogress of the new chapel and ninny old ladles began to become familiar I with his name At the right moment the Mortimers featured him between two fashionable bishops nt a dinner Mrs Vendennlng who adored bishops Immediately re- Membered him among those asked to her famous annual bal poudre n celebrated I yacht club admitted him to I membership a whole shoal of excel lent minor clubs which really needed new members followed suit and even the rockrlbbed Lenox wearied of its own time honored immobility displayed I tho preliminary fidgets which bodedII well for the stolid cundhlnteII Yes he was doing well for that desI wtlc lieauty Sylvia Lnndls whose ca irlciotm perversity hnd recently nston lished those who remembered her In her first season as a sweet reasonable and unspolleel girl was always CrlendI ly with him That must be looked ill- oil ns Important considering Sylvias unassailable position mill her kinship to the autocratic old lady whose kindly dense hind for generations remained the undisputed law In the social S Stem of Manhattan At n ball nt the Pages to which Mrs Mortimer took him Plank met Sylvia Her escort Fortall nodded to him pleasantly She loaned forward from lormlls arm snylng under her breath I have saved n dance for you Please ask mo nt once Qulckl Do you want mi- meI1 do stammered Plank Pcrrnll suspicious stepped forward to exchange civilities thou turning to the girl beside him See here Sylvia ouve dragged me all over this house on one pretext or another Do you youidontNo I dont No It Isnt Kemp you annoy tieThats a nice thing to say Is It your delicately Inimitable way of giving me my conge Yes thank you nodded Miss Lan dis coolly You may go now Youre spoiled thats whats the matter retorted Ferrall vrathfully I thought I was to have this dance You said I I said perhaps because I didnt Boo Mr Plank coming to claim It Thank you Kemp for finding him Her nod and smile took the edge from her malice Ferrall who really adored dancing glared about for anybody to dance with Sylvia standing besldo Plank looked up at him with her confident and frlendlxjtrS You do care to dance do you r Would you mind If we sat out this danceIf youd rather he said so wlst fully that site hesitated then with n little shrug laid one hand on his arm and they swung out across the floor together Into the scented whirl Plank like many heavy men danced beautifully and Sylvia who still loved dancing with all the ardor of n schoolgirl permitted a moment or two of keen delight to sweep her dreamily from her purpose But that purpos must have been a strong one for she returned to It In a few minutes and looking up at Plank said very gentl that she cared to dance no more Her hand resting lightly on his arm It did not seem possible that any pros sure of hers was directing them to the conservatory yet he did not know where he was going and she was familiar with the house and they soon entered the conservatory where In the shadow of various palms various youths looked up Impatiently as they passed and various maidens sat up very straight In their chairs Threading their dim way Into the farther recesses they found seats among thickets of forced lilacs overhung by early wistaria A spring like odor hung In the air Somewhere a tiny fountain grew musical In the semidarkness Marion told mo you hnd been ask ed she said We have been so friendly Youve always asked me to dance wherever wo have met so I thought Id save you one Are you flattered Mr Plank He snld he was very pleasantly per fectly undeceived mill convinced of her purpose n purpose never even tacitly admitted between them and the old loneliness came over him again not resentment for he was willing that she should use him Why not Others used him everybody used him and If they found no use for him they let him alone Mortimer Fleetwood Bel wether nil nil had something to ex act from him It was for that he was tolerated He knew It He had slowly and unwillingly learned it His In trusion among these people of whom he was not one would be endured on- lyl while he might be turned to some account The hospital used him the clergy found plenty for him to do for them the museum had room for other pictures of his Who among them nil md ever sought him without a mo Ive Who among them all had ever found unselfish pleasure In him Not one He wished she would come to her point but he dared not lead her to It too brusquely because her purpose and her point were supposed to be nbso lately hidden from his thick and cred ulous understanding It had taken him some time to make this clear to himself Passing from suspicion through chagrin and overwounded feel- Ing to dull certainty that she too wns using him harmlessly enough from her standpoint but how bitterly from his he alone could know The flutter of her fan meant Impa tience to learn from him what she hind come to him to learn nnd then satis fled to leave him alone again amid the peopled solitude of clustered lights lIe wished she would speak lie was tired of the sadness of It nil Whenever In his isolation In his utter destitution of friendship he turned guilelessly to meet a new advance n- lwas sooner or later the friendly mask was lifted enough for him to divine the cool fixed gaze of self Interest Inspecting him through the damask slits Sylvia was speaking now and time plumy fan was under savant control waving graceful accompaniment to her- soft voice punctuating her sentences att times at times making an emphasis or outlining a gesture It was the familiar sequencetopics that led to themes which adroitly skirted the salient point returned capriciously Just avoiding Ita subtly charming pattern of words which re quired so little In reply that his smile mill nod were almost enough to keep her aria nnd his accompaniment afloat It began to fascinate him to watch the delicacy of her strategy the coquetting with her purpose her naive advance to the very edges of It the airy retreat the Innocent detour the elaborate and circuitous return And at last she drifted into It so naturally that it seemed impossible that fatuous man could have the most primitive suspicion of her premeditation And Plank now recognizing his cue answered her No I have not hoard that he Is In town I stopped to set- blm time other day but nobody there knew how soon ho Intended to return from the country- I didnt know ho had gone to the country she said without apparent In terestAnd Plank was either too kind to terminate the subject or too anxious to You hope BOr servo his turn and release her for ho went on I thought I told you at Mrs For rails that Mr SIw and had gone to the country Perhaps you did No doubt Pvo forgotten Im quite sure I did because I remember saying that he looked very Ill and you said rather sharply that ho had no business to be Ill Do you remember Yes she said slowly Is ho better I hope so You hope so with tho controlled emphasis of impatience Yes Dont you Miss Landis When I saw him at hIs hnmo Jjejvzas lomexr on crutchesand ho TbeJkeia rather ghastly and all ho said was that hi expected to leave for the country I asked him to shoot next year nt Black Fells and he seemed bothered about business nnd said It might keep him from taking any vacation He spoke about his business Yes ho- Whnt Is the trouble with his business Is It anything about Amalga mated and Intercounty I think so Is he worried Plank said deliberately I should bo If my interests were locked up in Amalgamated Electric Could you tell me why that would worry you she asked smiling per Buaslvely across at him No he said I cant tell you Because I wouldnt understand Because I myself dont understand She thought awhile brushing the rose velvet of her mouth with the fans edge then looking up confidently- Mr Slward Is such a boy Im so glad he has you to advise him In such mattersWhat matters asked Plank bluntly Why InIu financial matters But I dont advise him Why notT- Because he hasnt asked me to Miss Land is Continued on Page Seven KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryII I i I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEEDSATISFAO ORY OR MONEY REFUNDED Miller Brick Tile Co Incorporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v v Main Oflice Rooms 8 and 10 I O 0 F Building Owensboro Kentucky Doans Ointtiient cured me of eczema that land annoyed me a long time Tin cure was permanent Hon S M Matthews Commissioner Labor Statistics Augusta Me Rev Celestine Brey To Preach The regular Lenten devotions will be held at St Pauls church on Wednesday evening and Rev Celestine Jrey of Cloverport will preach the sermon Father Brey was born and- rea ed in the Whitesville neighborhood- and he has many friends in the city He has been stationed at Cloverport- for about 10 years and has also had charge of the Hawesville church during that time and he has built up both con gregations in a remarkable way Owensboro Enquirer Shake off the grip of your old enemy Nasal Catarrh by using Elys Cream Balm Then will all the swelling and soreness be driven out of the tender in flamed membranes The tits of sueez Ing will cease and the discharge as offensive to others as to yourself will bo stopped when the causes that produce It are removed Cleanliness comfort and renewed health by the use of Cream Balm Sold by all druggisls for 50 cents or mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren Street New York Take Your Choice Have you ever almost run into someone on the street and then dodged from side to side for half a minutevainly en deavoring to pass while the other person by some strange fatality blocked your every move by trying to pass you- in the same way Such was the recent experience of a young man in Portland Maine He and a strange young woman had been going through this performance for several seconds when his unwilling visavis staggered him by saying Well hurry up Which is it to bea- waltz or a two step Womans Home Companion for April Death Was On Ills Heels Jesse P Morris of Skippers Va had a close call in the spring of 1906 Ho sayslAn attack of pneumonia left me so weak and with such u fearful cough that my friends declared consumption had me and death was on my heels Then I was persuaded to try Dr Kings Now Discovery It helped 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 odY for coughs and lung disease in all- the world Sold under guarantee at Severs Drug Co 50c and 1 Trial bottle free u Meal and Feedt at Mortons Mill We have just put in late improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner r FOR ALL KINDS OF FoundryMachine MachineBoiler Electrical t Gasoline Boat 11Tin and Galva nizedlPlumbers Mill Boat and Tin ners SuppliesCome Gloverport Foundry Machine Go Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Correspondenec Solicited StylishComf able Tl r made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes nade by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex port tailors employedff J H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind l1 ea N M em t p MEN AND LADIES OF lTION WANTED T- OTELEGRAPHY IIYOUNU LEARN and K R ACCOUNTING Nover be fore has there neon such a crying demand for Telegraph Operators Over thoHallroudshour law passed by last Congress and going into effect next March We Absolutely Guarantee Positions Under a 1 50 Guaranty Bond Salaries range from 135 to tflO per month for betrlnners We have standing con tracts to place all our graduates Un der supervision of Hullway Officials Main Line Wire 250 miles In length In our schoal rooms Established over oxpensesCataloj NATIONAL TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE I CINCINNATI O W ftJ IF it is the surest and safest place you want to have your watch repaired go to T C LEWIS he knows how and does as he knows Ho has one of the finest collections of beautiful uptodateJEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T 0 Lewis Come he is glad to welcome you and give you satisfaction T C Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky H DeN flOORMAN Attorney at Law HARDINSBURQ KY theCourtstor Special attention given to collections road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States District Courts o Offico over Bank of Hardlnabarg i 4 NEW STATE LAWS Acts of the Late Legislature Presented Here In Concise Form SOME OF VITAL IMPORTANCE While Not So Many Laws Were En acted as by Previous General Assembly Some Acts Stand High Reorganization of the Kentucky School System Was One of the Measures- of Large Importance FarReaching Action Was Taken Toward a Regulation of Tobacco Business in the State Among the Measures That Failed Were the County Option Bill and the Reapportionment Bill 1The Kentucky Legislature that ad f journed on March 17th did not enact as many laws as its predecessor but some of the laws are of vital importance Chief among these are the fol lowing Act abolishing the present school trustee system and establish ing county boards to control the schools and teachers act to prevent a man from selling his tobacco after ho pools it act appropriating 476000 to complete the new Statehouse and maintain it act appropriating 300000 to the two Normal Schools and 200 000 to the State University act putting poolrooms out of business act giving state aid to all tuberculosis san atoriums act providing for a vote to annul the constitution so as to permit state aid to public road building act authorizing warehousemen to com mingle tobacco of like grades act fur ther regulating the employment of children In factories and an act providing the tax penalty shall not go on until December 1 each year The bill to extend the county unit local option law to all counties in the state failed to pass as did the bills to i idlstrlct the senatorial and ropresen futlve districts and tho bill requiring all buyers of tobacco to pay a licensb feeThe governor vetoed a number of bills the most important one being the Arnett bill exempting from taxation stock in foreign corporations owned by residents of Kentucky The total amount of all approprla tion bills is about 1325000 and the session of sixty days cost about 00 000Governor Willson gave out a state ment reciting at considerable length his reasons for vetoing several appro priation bills passed by the legislature The principal bill vetoed was the measure appropriating 100000 for a state tuberculosis sanitarium Three or four other measures added consid erably to the sum appropriated by the legislature In his statement the gov ernor recites that when the present legislature and state officers wore elected there was nearly a million and a half of dollars in the treasury This surplus he says the legislature against his wishes expressed in mes sages and vetoes wiped out and then proceeded to pass tho measures just vied after the auditor had presented to the two houses a statement showing that there was but 189 loft in the treasury The course of the majority of the legislature is sharply arraigned In tho statement The following bills are all that passed and were signed by tho Governor I i FOR t PAIN IN CHEST IN 4 HOUSE BILLS 101 CreceliusAct providing a fine for the seller and the buyer of a crop of tobacco that has been pooled unless sold by consent of the pooling orgen izatlon 103 McChord Act providing a fine for the sale or transfer of a piece of personal property where the posses sion is in one person and the title thereto is vested in another A companion bill to No 101 44 WaggonerAct increasing the annual appropriation for the Kentucky Childrens Home Society from 15000 to 30000 26 KlairAct changing the name of A and M College to State Univer sity 36 BrooksAct providing that fines and forfeitures in police courts in fourthclass titles shall be collected by the cities in case of appeal 157 Llllard Act to prevent the manufacture and sale of adulterated or misbranded foods drugs medicines and liquors and appropriating 30000 a year to have the Kentucky experi mont station enforce the law and test the articles named 140 Sullivan Act appropriating 160000 each for new buildings for the two state normal schools and 200000 for the State 92 SullivanAct changing the bar sls of representation for free tuition to State Normal Schools for a certain number of pupils from each county 64 MeyerAct to promote and compel attendance of children in schools and to prevent truancy In cit ies of first second third and fourth classes 93 GravesAct changing time of holding circuit court In the Second district 105 McChord Act empowering fire insurance companies in this state to incorporate with only 50000 capital stock instead of 100000 306 WilsonAct to amend the drainage laws as applicable to Union county 312 Schoberth Act appropriating 100 to remove the remains of Thomas F Marshall to the cemetery at Frank fort 106 PorterAct transferring town of Clay in Webster county to fifthclass towns 387 Strange Act providing that dental parlors or dental companies shall be operated under the name of the proprietor 179 Buford To enable State Board of Pharmacy to exchange certificates registration with other states allowing pharmacists registered in another state to practice pharmacy In Ken tucky 261 Klair An act relating to chit dren who are now or may hereafter become dependent neglected or delin quent to define these terms and fixing and defining the power of the several county courts within this common wealth with reference to the care treatment and control of such children and to provide for the means whereby such powers may be exercised known as Juvenile Court bill 262 Klalr An act fixing and defin ing the powers of the several county courts within this commonwealth with reference to persons responsible for or directly promoting or contributing to the conditions that render a child dependent neglected or delinquent and providing how such powers may be ex ercised 66 RiceAct to repeal the act cro ating a graded school In District No3 in Johnson county 76 SimmonsAct empowering fifth class towns to Issue refunding bonds to pay debts 75 Simmons An act providing that a majority of the voters of any fourthclass town shall decide whether or not that town shall be annexed to a secondclass city The old law was that 40 per cent could govern 257 BeardAn act providing that fiscal courts may use the polltax to increase the road fund in any county 233 Perry Act repealing the char ter of the town of Homer In Logan county 164 H L Myers Act fixing maxi mum fine at 100 for salo of drugs in violation of the law as to the sale of drugs 241 P W BerkshireAct to repeal that part of Section 2412a Kentucky statutes that requires land owners to keep clean the waters of navigable streams 220 Steers Act authorizing ware I housemen to commingle tobacco of like grades 198 SullivanAct providing for the continuation of the Geological Topo graphical and Agricultural Survey 143 AndersonAn act authorizing county courts to make contracts for four years for road construction and repair The law now limits it to one year 288 HarrisAct to regulate the child labor law and make the provi sions thereof effective 108 PorterAct authorizing the unused money in any school district to be applied to the next term or to increasing pay of teachers 11 Haswell Act allowing the State Librarian a clerk at 50 per month 32 Buford Act defining the crime of abortion and fixing a severe penalty therefor 141 SullivanAct for the govern ment and regulation of common schools abolishes the present trustee system and creates the county board system does not apply to cities towns and graded school districts 107 PorterAct amending the rev enue law so that the penalty does not go on until December 1 each year 138 ShanksAct changing time of holding circuit court In the Trlrteenth district 21 Klair Act to provide for the care and custody of courthouses in counties containing secondclass cities applies especially to Lexington 444 Rules CommitteeAct giving chief clerks of Senate and House 30 dayss pay to prepare permanent copy of journals of each house 210 NicholsAct giving defendant In felony cases ten peremptory challenges and commonwealth three 136 WallaceAct allowing pen lions to members of Veteran Volun tary Firemens Association of Louis ville 204 PorterAct authorizing sher- Iffs to pay election officers as soon as work is completed 185 E MeyerAct requiring city of Louisville to levy a 36cent tax for school purposes instead of 33cent tax 120 Hunter Act to dofino and make clear the statute Sec 1308 re lacing to drawing weapons and shoot ing on public highways 207 WilsonAct authorizing justices of the peaco to hold court twice a month SENATE BILLS 33 Bosworth An act giving to au thorlzed corporations the right to con struct Inns across navigable streams and allowing them to exercise the right of eminent domain The bill Is so drawn that it applies only to Cumberland Falls where a power plant is to be erected S3 Combs An act to accept the provisions of an act of congress allow- Ing Increased appropriations for the Agricultural Experiment Station 103 NellAn act to provide for an annual school for city and count health officers at which shall bi taught the handling of contagious diseases 86 Combs An act changing then name of Kentucky University to Trail ylvanla University 160 CuretonAn act allowing thie commonwealths attorney in Louisville two district detectives 21 HoganAn act abolishing regis tration of voters in cities of the fifthn and sixth class 122 Watson An act to create arn educational commission to Investigat- the needs of the schools of the state and try to devise some plan by which the conditions can be Improved 110 Peters An act changing th time of holding court In the Twelfth Judicial district 27 RlvelAn act allowing the at torney general three assistants a law clerk and a stenographer 191 E M Taylor An act for tit maintenance of public levees the biti affecting only Hickman county 149 No1lAn act to prohibit tit sale of intoxicating liquor by whole sale in a local option territory to nay except a licensed retailer or whole salor 181 Burnam An act creating a bl partisan board of control of charitable Institutions 8t CombsAn act appropriatlni 10000 for the repair of the monument of Henry Clay FOR 135 LinnAn act providing state aid for free tuberculosis hospitals where erected and maintained by pri vate subscription 146 CombsAn act to appropriate 65000 for the erection of a new build ling at the House of Reform and to pay existing deficit 66 NewmanAn act appropriating 20000 a year for two years for the erection of suitable buildings on the State Fair grourls 34 BosworthAn act to amend the constitution so as to allow the state to aid In buildings roads and to permit each county to issue additional bonds for road purposes NellAn act appropriating 67 000 for the benefit of the Insane asy lums of the state and the Feeble Mind ed Institute 152 Burnam An act oppropriating 40000 for the State Normal and In dustrial School for Colored People 166 II LL SmithAn act providing for a subexperiment station in eastern and one in western Kentucky and ap propriating 5000 for each 108 LandramAn act to allow the reassessment of property In McLean county where the courthouse and records were burned 164 BosworthAn act appropriat ing 476000 for the completion and maintenance of the new capitol and the surrounding grounds 16 DonaldsonAn act to allow fis cal courts to appropriate money for the care and custody of courthouses 37 Walker An act changing theI bonds of public officials so as to do away with the unlimited bond 20 HoganAn act providing that adjoining property owners must share the expense of a division fence 193 Campbell An act Increasing the maximum liquor license in cities of the second class to 500 7 CombsAn act fixing the situs of personal Intangible property and exempting It from taxation if the owner I is not a resident of this state but has a trustee here 92 WalkerAn act allowing fourth class cities to issue bonds for street improvements and providing for the construction of sewers on the tonin stallment plan 254 Rives An act appropriating 23000 for the Kentucky School for the Deaf at Danville 176 WatsonAn act regulating the opening and closing of streets in fourthclass cities 12 Burnam An act creating office of stenographer to tho Governor at 1200 per year 41 Wllhelmi Act to prevent oper ation of poolrooms where betting on horseraces is carried on provides 1000 to 5000 fine also prohibits handbooks for betting on races but excepts regularly organized racetracks from the provisions of the bill 32 Bosworth An act to authorize under certain conditions and restrictions the use of public highways roads and turnpikes by persons firms and corporations engaged in time manufacture transmission and distribution of electricity for lighting heating and power purposes 44 WrightAct providing for two additional assistant mine inspectors and providing rules for operation of mines with more safety to miners Gentle and Effective A wtll known Manitoba editor write As an inside worker I find Chambtr lains Stomach and Liver Tablets inval cable for the touches of bit OUSIICSL natural to sedentary life their fiction being gentle and effective clearing the 2Cc Sample free Severs Drug Co BLACK JACK NOTES Mr and Mrs Ernest Brown spent Sunday with Everett Bradley and family of Hill Grove Lon Hurdesty spent several days with relatives at Paynesville last week Mr and Mrs Les Roberson are the arrivingeMarch 26 Mrs Rora Sipse is having chills Miss funny Dowe 11 wenl to Garrett shopping Wednesday Several front here attended the horse sale at Bradenburg March 26 I Chess and Claude Ritchie attended church at St Martin Sunday I fIReMILIS ANTmmPAiN P LLS NEURALGIASCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHEt DISTRESS STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESS UniversityI Headache Pricee V TAKE ONE of the Little Tablets AND THE PAIN is GONE WILL CELEBRATE I THE FOURTH Manager Neilsen Has Begun Preparations To Have Gala Day At Tar Springs GRAND BARBECUE ANNOUNCED Announcement is made to the public of the barbecue to be held at Tar Springs the Fourth of July The event will be the greatest patriotic celebration that has ever taken place in this and sur rounding counties The program of the day will be under the direction of Manager Neilsen and several assistants He is making arrangements to give the guests at the re sort and all visitors a day of utmost pleasure High class amusements will be furnished in connection with the skating riuk Other plans for the occasion will be published in the News later That languid lifeless feeling that comes with spring and early summer can be quickly changed to a feeling of buoyancy and energy by the judicious use of Dr Shoops Restorative The Restorative is a genuine tonic to ired rundown nerves and but a 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 leads to sluggish bowels and to sluggish circu lation in general The customary lack of exercise and outdoor air tics up the liver stagnates the kidneys and oft times weakens the hearts action Use Dr Shoops Restorative 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 rote the change from day to day Sold by all dealers PASSED THE VENISON One Member of the Council Had a Tender Conscience This quaint account of nn old time Thanksgiving celebration in New Eng land was found In the diary of a Con necticut minister dated in tho year 1714When yw services at yo meetinghouse were ended ye council and other dignitaries were entertained at the house of Mr I pes on yo hill near by where we had n bountiful Thanksgiv ing dinner with bears mutt anti veal son the last of which was a fine buck shot In the woods nenr by After ye bleHKing was craved wortl onme that ye buck was shot on ye Lords tiny by Pequot an Indian who came to Mr Kpe with a lye In his mouth like Ananias of old Ye conn ell therefore refuswl to eat yo venison but it was afterward decided that Pe quiet should receive forty stripes save one for lying and profaning on yo Lords day and restore Mr Epos yo price of ye deer and considering this n just and righteous sentence on yo sin ful heathen and that n blessing timid boon craved on ye meat ye council nil partook of It but Mr Sheptml whose conscience was tender on ye point ore venison One Touch of Nature Makes the P hole World Kin When a rooster finds a big fat worm he culls all the hens in the farm yard toIII t come anti share it A similar trait ofII human nature is to he obterved when roan discovers something exceptionally goodhe wants all his friends and neighbors to shae the benefits of his discovery This is the touch of nature that makes the whole world kin This explains why people who have been cured by Ch mberlains Cough Remedy write letters to the manufacturers for publication thnt others similarly ailing may also use it and obtain relief Be hind every one of these letters is a warm hearted with of the writer to be of use IIto someone else This remedy is for sale by Severs Drug Co- Stung Mr Jawback That boy gets hie brains from mo Mrs Jawback Some body got oiu from you if you over had nay Thats a cinch Cleveland Lender u 7 If you have r HeadacheTry rT They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no bad Aftereffects 25 Doses 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulk HARD STRUGGLE ManyA a Cloverport Citizen Finds The Struggle Hard With a back constantly aching i With distressing urinary disorders Daily existence is but a struggle No need to keep it up Doans Kidney Pills will cure you G It GregoryBell Hotel Owensboro Ky saysIMy trouble was latne back or lumbago At times I could hardly stand erect after sitting or stooping and the pains shooting through the small of my back on making any quick move ment were excruciating I was also subject to frequent headaches and was troubled more or less with dizzy spells Learning of Donns Kidney Pills I pro cured a box and they strengthened my back and I felt like n different man I do not think I have bad a backache since and I give the credit to Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York solo agents for the United StatesRemember the nameDoansandt- ake no other Buried at Ekron The remains of Mrs Joe Gilliland who died at her home in this city were interred at Ekron Mrs Gilliland had been ill of con sumption for several weeks and she m suffered patiently until the end came Before her marriage to Mr Gilliland she was Miss Emmie Brown She was thirty years of age and besides her husband she left four children Tired mothers worn out by the peeviq cross baby have found Cascasweet a boom and a blessing Cascasweet is for babies and children and is especially good for the ills so common in cold weather Look for the ingredients printed on the bottle Contains no harmful drugs Sold by till druggists All Old Subscriber A B Dowell of Irvington has been a constant reader of the Breckenridge News since its publication He was the 79th man to subscribe A tf Years ago in paying up his subscrip lion Mr Dowell secured one of the egg baskets given by the News He has used it continually since averaging ten or more dozen of eggs for the market every week winter and summer He has sold eggs when they have brought him only 5 cents per dozen while ha has carried them to his home buyer and realized 26 cents per dozen in the winter when there has been a great scarcity of eggs Doubtless his is tbe oldest egg bjskbt in use in the county A Twenty Year Sentncee I hive just completed a twenty year health sentence imposed by Buckletts Arnica Strive which cured me of bleed ing piles just twenty year ago writes O S Woolever of LeRamilU N Y 4 Buskleiis Arnica Salve heals the worst sores boils burns wounds end cuts in the shortest time 25c at Severs Drug Co The LouisvilleTimes is the livest afternoon paper published tanywhere It prints the news right up to the min ute Four or more editions every day Tho regular price of Tho Times is Sft a your but you can not the Breckenridge News AND THE Louisville Tmes 1 Bothtt 500 If you will send your order to this paperNOT to The Times i ii t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if piiid at the end of year CARDS OF TANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money 3Vv in advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addres- sWEDNESDAY EIGHT PAGES APRIL 8 1908 Pat Davis says Currie youve got a good choir but Hardins burg beats youin numbers Dont stick up a notice on your neighbors barn for a joke These are not joking times along that line A Chicago live stock dealer says cattle will reach S cents hogs Gi cents and lambs 9 cents before July 1 190S liii Farmers from all sections of the county report tobacco plants in splendid condition and nearly ready for setting Let every tobttcco grower in Breckinridge county do his level best to make quality instead of quantity in his tobacco crop Quality always pays Whatever you do dont put out more tobacco than you agreed to Whether you belong to the society or not stand with them and for f what they want In unity there is strength Taylor Beard paid a very handsome tribute to Breckinridgo county citizenship in his talk before the Society of Equity Equal rights and equal priviledges to all United we Stand Divided we Fall Get this sentiment into your heart and work JUDGE UEAVRRIX ACTIVE Judge M L Hcaverin of Hartford chairman of the Fourth Congressional district was in Clovcrport Friday and also visited other places in Breokonridgo in the interest of the nomination of Taft for 1 president Judge Honvorin was cordially welcomed by the Kepubli V5 cans of this county and his advocating Taft has much influence over the politicnlleador As little Eudailey Currie snid Pat Davis is come We are glad Pat is heror spirit He pleased everyone Monday night when he spoke of Cloverport and called it a beautiful little city It is a splendid town the best on earth but we hope Pat will help us make it more beautiful We trust he will help us get the drunkard out of the ditch the whiskey from the light drinker and the gambler from his den Those things are here right under ones nose but we do not realize it until their terrible effects come into our own home into our own shops and olhces Thon we open our eyes May Pat help us to do those things we our set doaIrvington Items Mhw Margaret Schweitzer of Louts yule who has been visiting at Mt Piigah the beautiful country home of Mr and Mm D C Heron has re turned to her home Mrs Nora Board and children after x stay of a few days In Hardiiwburg the guest of Ir and Mm Charlie Beard Miu Mattie Lee Moremeo of Bran denburg is a visitor of her cousins Mr and Mrs L B Moremen this week DIr W J Piggott spent two days in Louisville last week on a business trip Mrs Fidelia Galloway arrived last Monday from Glasgow Ky to be the guest of her son John Galloway for tome time Mrs Bert Cunningham of Chenault spent several dtys last week with her slaughter Mrs W IS Gardner She wits accompanied homo by the Gardner twins to spend the summer Mrs J 0 Culley Is visiting relatives and friends in Cloverport Mrs R M Jolly has returned from Webster where she was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs White Miss Rebecca Chllcls of near Weldon iis spending several weeks with her sister Aiiu Nannie Childs Mr Joe Piggott came home Thursday from Indianapolis Ind for a ten days vacation The Rev F H Farrington returned Tuesday from a short vacation spent with Ms mother In Athens Alabama and will occupy the Baptist church on the second Saturday and Sunday The choir of the M E church are preparing for a special IJastor song serviceMr and Mrs L H Jolly loft Su- ndayL for Chenault the guests of relatives and friends for a few days and then they go to Louisville by boat before re turning home James Owen and Crafton Cunningham of Chenault were visitors of their sister Mrs L H Jolly last week A number of friends were entertained at the homelof theMisses McGlothlan L on Caroline street Tuesday evening Mrs Will Glenn of Owensboro came Saturday to be the guest of her neice Mrs E W Graves Mr H B Bonsib the Flying U Dutchman from Indianapolis delivered a very practical helpful and instructive lecture at the Presbyterian church on Sunday evening in behalf of the cause of temperance and prohibition A large crowd was there to welcome himI Sundayforhas been there for the past month Mr Taylor Dow ll has returned from a business trip to Louisville Mr Arthur Breckenridge Suter ofI Custer was a visitor of friends in town last week Mrs Julia Clarkson of Big Spring daughterMrsGeorge Drury has returned from Louisville after spending last week there on business Miss Laura Halo an experienced milliner has opened a splendid estab lishment in this city Miss Laura Hale invites the public to visit her millinery parlors in this city A beautiful and extensive line of hats for spring and summer wear at Miss Laura Hales store Childrens hats reasonable in price and serviceable in wear at Miss Laura Hales There is one place in the town that everybody is welcome and that is at Jollys store When you are tired go there to rest when you are hungry go there to get you something to eat and when you want something now and stylish to wear go to Jollys New spring and summer goods for dresses shirtwaists and coat suits can be gotten at Jollys uptodntogetjustThey will also be pleased to fill mail orders send anyinformation purchasesOther have openings but McGlothlan Piggott are opened six days out of every week Nipped In The Bud The cold snap last week did a great deal of damage to the cherries and other small fruit dtAU FIELDING He Was the Enigma of English Soda Life In His Day Beau Fielding was n young man of fnshlon In the reign of William III Ills bouse was sumptuously furnished his hunters hacks and racers were or great value and he kept a table or princely hospitality lIe had no ostensible source of Income All that was known of him was that he was the fifth son of Thomas Wilson an impoverished gentleman of Leicestershire Evelyn describes him as a very young man civil and good natured but o- no great force of character and verj sober and of good fame All attempts to discover his secret were vain In his most careless hours of amusement he kept a strict guard over his tongue and left scandal to conjecture what III pleasedlie his fathers estate and portioned off his sisters and when re monstrated with on his extravagance replied that however long his life should last he would always have enough to live In the same way Some said It was he who had robbed the Holland mail for which another mar had suffered others that he depended upon the gambling table though ho never played for large sums He was the enigma of social life till his career was cut short by a duel His adversary was at that time a young man about town like himself John Law who afterward became the founder of tIll famous Mississippi scheme by which half of France was ruined When the mysterious Beau tiled he left only a few pounds behind him and not a scrap of evidence to enlighten public curiosity HOT POTS OF HEBER The Curious Natural Formations Found In Utah- f Of ever Increasing Interest to natu ral curiosity seekers are the hot pots about three miles from Ileber City Utah on a branch line of the Denver and Rio Grande railroad running up through picturesque Provo canyon This region Is a level plain upon the surface of which arise In strange confusion numbers of conical shaped cis terns the largest of thorn being all of fifty feet high a hundred feet in dlam oter at the top and twice that at the base and containing in their dark depths immense volumes of water heated to a high temperature In the furnaces of the earth The wators con tain the usual chemical properties of thermal springs and are used for bath Ing and drinking with excellent effects These pots have evidently been formed by the slow deposition through countless centuries of the silica and soda which outer into the composition of the waters that once welled over the rim The hot pots are found In the midst of cultivated Holds and thriving orchards notwithstanding the peculiar rocklike soli composition One of the marked peculiarities of the region is the hollow rumbling sound caused by carriages and horses as they move over the roadways for miles around Is there an enormous cavern just below the surface and will It ever cave In Is the anxious Inquiry of every visitor alarmed at the strange underground sounds Ex change Sweet Cane From a Far Country- It hue been supposed that sugar cane was the sweet cane from a far coun try mentioned in Jeremiah vl1 20 and in Isninh xliii 24 According to Strabo Nenrchus the admiral of Alexander the Great describes a kind of honey from an Indian reed which was probably sugar cano Europe seems to be Indebted for time plant to the Saracens who Introduced It Into Rhodes Cyprus Sicily Crete timid Spain In the ninth century The crusaders of the twelfth century found it in Syria The Spaniards and Portuguese carried it to Madeira and the Canaries In the fifteenth century and on the discovery of America It was taken to the West Indies New York American Real American Aristocracy It was through the Declaration of Independence that we Americans ac knowledge the eternal Inequality of man for by It we abolished a cut and dried aristocracy We had seen little won artificially held up in high places and great men artificially held down in low places and our own justice loving hearts abhorred this violence to human nature Let the best man win That is Americas word That Is true democ racy And true democracy and true aristocracy are one and the same thing Owen Wletor In The Virginian An Embarrassing Explanation Why do you charge me 25 cents when your sign says First class hair cut lu cents demanded the Indlg nant customer Tho small French bar ber shrugged his shoulders and lifted hiseyebrowsPardon monsieur he returned softly but It is not all who come tome that have the first class hair Collections My collection said the numisma tist proudly Is worth 10000 and every coin genuine Mine said the minister sadly Is worth about 703 a Sunday and I have to tale my chances on the coins being goodCleveland Leader Would Take a Chance Not a cent replied the rich man coldly Money Is not good for the poorWell responded the applicant Just pretend that you have a grudge against me Exchange When faith is lost and honor dies the man Is dead WhlrHor LODIBURQ Mr and Mrs C A Norton and Mr and Mrs Jesse Hook left Wednesday for Cripple Creek Colorado Miss Mayme Miller of Hardinsburg is visiting her sister Mrs Hughes Fry mireBro Scott filled his regular appoint ment Sunday Mr Charlie Brown was the guest of Miss Pauline Cashman Sunday Easter post cards at Aters Mr Hawl Head of Garfield was the guestofhisuncle Mr Will Head last Sunday HARNED Milton Davis went to Kirk Friday or businessHallie Beatty was home from Kings wood visiting her parents last week W C Payne is having his tobacco barn recovered Rev Duggins sold his house tr Stephen Davis and bought the Dowel property from Milton Davi- sRAYMOND The telephone meeting at this place on Tuesday of last week was largely attendedMr Mrs Renfroe Knott of Irv ington attended church here Sunday Newton West of Union Star was through here Saturday delivering maps Wm Dowell was here last week see ing about some staves and spent Friday night with G W Cashman Mrs Lonnie Ray and children passed through here Saturday enroute to her home at Rhodelia after spending several days with her mother Messrs Finley Norton and Carlton Ater are all smiles over the arrival of a new girl baby at their homes They were born March 28 and April 1st respectively Congratulations to them Mrs Ater has named her baby Mary LeeM D Cashman loft last week for Louisville and stood tho Civil Service Examination and wont from there to Brazil Intl- There will bo an Easter entertain ment at the church here on Easter Sundayffor tho benefit of the Sunday school All are invited to attend and take part in the exercises All who can please meet here Friday afternoon to arrange the program GARFIELD Farmers are busy plowing James Gray oftConstantino has sold his farm and moved his family here We welcome them to our town Mr and Mrs Melvin Adams have moved into their new house here Mm Fannie Gregory has returned from Louisville where she spent several weeks with relatives Miss Etta Nichols has returned from Louisville where she spent some timeI withpier father Bro Shacklett will fill his regular ap pointment at the Baptist church the third Sunday Several of our young people attended tho party at Howard Carmens Tuesday night Prayer meeting at the Presbyterian church every Sunday night Mr G A Gray has added a milinery department to his store Mr Warn Macv and familwho have been visiting here for sonic time returned to their home in Oklahoma last Friday Marvin Compton has moved his family into the Tony Dowell property here Miss Minnie Pool visited Miss Clara Macy last week 5100 Reward 5100 Tho renders of this paper will bo plousod to lenrn that there Is at least ono dreadful dis ease thutsclenco has been able to cure In all its stugua and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curo is the only positive cure now known to tho medical fraternity Catarrh holng 0 con stltutlonal disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Curo Is taken In ternally acting directly upon tho blood and mucus surfaces of the system thereby dos troying tho foundation of the disease land giving thopatlent strength by building up tho constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they oiler One Hundred Dollars for any case It falls to euro Send for list of testimonials Addross K J Chensy R CoToledo Ohio Sold by Drug ltlsts T5c Tako Halls Family Pills for constipation Mr Fraize in Cincinnati Fred Fraize has been spending the past week in Cincinnati buying his spring goods Miss Nellie Whitehouse has resumed her position at Fraizes store to acsist in the spring opening DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little liver pills Sold by all druggistsWater Floods Gas Wells The high water has flooded the gas well and the stores and the methodist church have to use lamps Cadick Milling Co WHO ORDERS CADICKS DUST the grocer key of successful To be all will it takes hard W eat with years knowl in it such as is used in Flour to duce and bread than other Your grocer will it Grandview BUGGIESB type of the coachbuilders art at all hours of and night USEFUL when desired for shop ping social or pleasure drives furnish complete outfit lap WE and whip Ashcraft AshcraftHardware Furniture Implements Irvington Ky JwJI Noted Hamilton Cultivator IMPROVED RIDING CULTIVATOR No2 Square Steel Beams and Four Our riding cultivators like ail others of our make have the and standards but In addition to these they another feature that has helped more than Guy other to their popularity that Is tho foot treadle guide for the beams Hy a direct forward pressure of the foot on the treadles attarhf d to the beams the operatrr run Instdntly make the beams run to the right or tho left at will enabling him to dodge crooked corn with easo The levers ono on either side of the seat within easy reach of the operator enable him to control the depth of the furrow or to lift the beams out of the ground entirely features of course make the cultivator very racy to control and together the low seat located so the can see the whole make It the finest the kind to be found any where spring Tooth or Eagle can be used on this cultivator In plarc of tin four shovel If desired McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky u u CloaksSuits Waists j Skirts Departments Silks and Velvets Back Dress Goods Colored Dress Goods Ribbons p Womens Neckwear handkerchiefs and- hmbroidericsI notions Linings TrimmingsWash Flannels Mena Furnishings Art Needlework Pyrocrarhy China and Glassware Knit Underwear Gloves ReadytowearGarments i Muslin UnderwearEtc Millinery Sho- esCarpetsI Draperies 1 and Furniture GOLD FLOUR from strikes the note baking sure flours produce bread but Winter over twenty edge milling making Cadicks Gold Dust pro better whiter any flour supply Indiana day calls harness nn nn The with Shovels adjustable arch adjustable have Increase controlling These with operator Implement culUvatcr Claw Attachments attachments Laces and- Domestics F 7 n1WJ FOR MARL ORDER CUSTOMERS ONLY ESl1LT JifCn 01Bfdl9il7ia i Jai Sale Goods Can be Obtained Only tkrouytt our Alri Order ficimrtiUQuf j Special This Week Womens 2 00 Stylish Oxfords 145The styles of these oxfords are right up to the minute in patent colt and plain kid leathers with high or low heels in any size and width au on 332340 W Market SlrccS LOUISVILU2 I- nGLLOYfin r FREe Wo will ucntl lu anyone living out of town who sends us the ramo and zu Ircus litLadle ironic Journal Sy1c Clots once a month for one year free of chars rJi uraIaj 7S pP n lIfJM jIr Dress Goods II SilksDress DressTrimmings Departments Upholstery Shades Carpets fCorsetsf Stationery and Books aj t Toilet Articles ct Hosiery Paper Patterns r Linens White Goods Blankets Bedding Umbrellas and- Parasols i Shirt WaIsts ani1j FurstInfants Wear Leather GoodsoToys fGoodf Trunk and Bolas + House Furnishings Velllnes A R and DruB Furniture Boys NctsI I 11i tt r AGENTS FGRTHfi Demorest Sawing MaCh at 16 il I All of the Latest Magazines on sa If at the News Office 8 71 J I I HEALTH INSURANCE The man who insures his life Is wise for his family The man who insures his health is wise both for his family and himselfYou insure health by guard Ing it It is worth guarding iI At the first attack of disease Which1 generally approaches through the LIVER and mani fests itself in Innumerable ways TAKE =Tutts Pills And save your health She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 190S Announcement Wo are authorized to announce the HON DEN JOHNSON us u candidate for rcolec tlon to Congress subejut to the action of Un- Democratic convention PERSONALAND LOCALj j Subscribe for the News Seed sweet potatoesNolte- J H Rowland went to Custer Mon dayWm Ditto of Louisville was here last week Orville Skill an was in Louisville last week E L Noel was here from Cannelton Ind last week Mrs Carl Lishen has returned home from Hawesville Miss Lydia Graham has returned from Louisville For that tired feeling try stuffed datesNolte Mr and Mrs Tom Blaine of Steph ensport were here Sunday George Wendelken went to Irvington Sunday to visit Miss Payne Rob Moorman ot Glendeane was in Louisville last week on business Richard Wathen of Bardstown has been the guest of Miss Francis Smith Easter hats can be made to order at Miss Evelyn Hicks to suit your taste Miss Jennie Green has returned from Florida to her home at Falls of Rough Mr anl Mrs Tony Nichols and daughter Louise were in Hawosville SundayWell fit the family in shoesNolte Mr and Mrs Wilburn Gregory of Louisville are the guests of Mr and Mrs Tom Bohler Shirt waists gloves skirts and dainty novelties are included in Mrs Polks Easter opening- Mr Mosley a contractor engaged in work on the Tar Fork bridge went to Owensboro Sunday Mr and Mrs Tucker and little daugh ter of Hardinsburg were here Satur day to see Dr Smith Mrs J H Wills and Gensy Wills have returned from their visit to Mrs Temple at Owensboro Mrs Polks Easter opening is being held this week She has added an extra lot of goods for this occasion Mrs T J Hendricks and sons Ben and Frank of Webster wore the guests of Mr and Mrs Jess Bohler Sunday Miss Evelyn Hicks hats are distinguished for their excellent materials popular shapes and reasonable prices- J D Brashear has returned to Louis ville having finished this seasons to bacco business for the American To bacco Co IIThe house with NoveltiesNolte- Mrs M B Conway has returned from Florida where she spent the win ter months and is now staying at the SeelbachEvening Post Miss Gola Brown has returned to Garfield after a visit to Mr Clint HarI daway at West Point She was accom panied by her little nephew Landis PaulSelect your Easter bonnet now at Mrs Polks while the goods are fresh and new The materials and flowers are beautiful and especially choice in qualityThe Sunday Herald contained a pic ture of Miss Donald Murray a beauti ful brunette who will wear the dress of an Irish Peasant maid in Kilarney at entertainIment Easter noveltiesNolte- Mrs Winn has been ill several days Mrs Gilliland and children have been visiting in Ekron Miss Forrie Hardin oc Holt is the guest of Mrs James Skillman Miss Ruth Haynes went to Rockport Ind Saturday to visit friends Stylish tailor made skirtsNolte- Mr Bonsib was here Saturday in the interest of the prohibition cause Mrs Emma Harris has arrived from Philpot to see her father Mr Dyer Miss Annie May Mattinglyl of Hen derson is the guest of Mrs Ben Ridg way Mrs Harry Lay of Stephensport was the guest of Rev and Mrs Lewis SundayJ Miles of Ohio countyI is work ing for W A Whittinghill at Glen deaneMr and Mrs James Younger and daughter Eudora went to West Point MondayGo Chris Brab ndts and have some photographs made in your new Easter bonnet Mrs Clyde Morrison and attractive little daughter Mildred went to Louis ville yesterday Mrs George Wilkerson has arrived from Texas to visit her sons the Messrs Allen Mrs V E Jackson and daughter Rachael and Ed Morrison went to Louisville Sunday Mr Frizzell and sons Arch and Will contractors from Indiana are at work on Tar Fork bridge The home of Mr and Mrs Ford was gladdened last week by the arrival of a lovely little daughter Mr and Mrs Elgin Rice of Green ville are spending the week with Mr and Mrs John A Barry Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot were called to Brandenburg to see Mr Gco Dowden who is seriously ill Vivian Pierce of Versailles and Robert Pierce of Louisville were the guests of their parents Sunday The pick of the marketshoes Nolte and Mrs Wm Hoffious and son Ilr went to Owensboro Saturday to spend Sunday with relAtives Dr Heavrin of Hawesville was called Sunday afternoon to see Mrs J Cantrill Kplev who is quite ill Nobby turbans large shApes and original creations can be gotten at moneysaving prices at Mrs Cordreyi Miss Pearl Johnson left Saturday night for her home in Hickman county She has been visiting Mr and Mrs Wm Leslie here If your harness needs mending use a little baling wire M It is easier on your pocket book but it gives tho harness thunderV G Babbage Exclusive styles in pattern and trimmed hats at Mrs James Cordroys She has the largest assortment and best values ever offered in this city Always something new Nolte Mr and Mrs Owen Brashear of Bristol Tenn left Monday morning to spend a week at West Point with Mr and Mrs C M McGlothlan before re turning to their home Easter millinery of quality and au thentic fashion can be chosen from the offerings of Mrs Cordrey The host possible advantage is given by her to grant your desire in the hat line Mr and Mrs D S Miller and daughter Sarah have gone to Owonsboro to spend a fortnight Mr Colin Miller will have charge of the Miller Brick Plant during Mr Millers absence J E Keith Son received last week a big lot of granite and marble One large granite monument from Aberdeen Scotland two large Barre granite monuments and thirty pieces of marble from VermontThe has just received a sub scription from Mr Chas Sawyer of San Francisco accompanied by an interesting letter His host of friends here are glad to learn that his business Is recovering from the great disaster Seed oatsNolte- Mr and Mrs David Duncan and children David Henry and Louise of Brandenburg arrived here Saturday night to visit Mr and Mrs Henry Duncan Mr Duncan has returned but Mrs Duncan will spend several days Miss Adelia Moorman came down Saturday from Louisville to spend Sunday with her mother Mrs J L Moor man Mrs Moorman expects to return to Louisville this week Her son Jesse Moorman has gone to Nebraska to accept a position That hacking coughcontinues Because your system is exhaustedand your powers of resistance weakened Take Scott s Emulsion It builds up and strengthens your entire system It contains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites so prepared that it is easy to take and easy to digest ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 Mr and Mrs Ben Miller have move into the Patterson propel ty on the hill Miss Martha Miller was called Ito Owenboro Sunday on account of the death of her sister who died suddenly In Texas Miss Miller was accompanied by her aunt Miss Kate Oglesby Miss Lena and Margaret McGary of Kirk went to Louisville Monday flit Lena is the accomplished milliner at Pete Sheerans department store at KirkMrs Morris Beard has returned home from Florida Pete Sheeran and daughter Misi Lillian of Kirk went to Louisville Monday Mr Sheeran is one of the most progressive and successful merchants of Breckenridge Ernest Robertson of Glende tne was in the city Thursday on business in re gard to making arrangements with a contractor to build him a new home Mr Robertson has sold his resident and will build another this spring A GLASSCOCK DANGEROUSLY HURT His Brain Uncovered by a Piece of Timber Thrown From Saw Mill Ill AT BURAS Sylvester Glassco k while working it a saw mill near Bura was danger itisly if not fatally hurt Monday byr e ng struck on the head by a piece of timer which was thrown against him by the machinery Dr J E Kincheloe vas called and he picked from the brail iightten pieces of shattered hone Thi train is exposed ovt rAil area the size uf a silver dollar He was conscious at nidiiight Monday Closes Yleeting The Rev L S Sanders closed t- icries of revival meetings at TroyInd Saturday Seventeen acceuions the iaptiit church there Thirteen of them were baptised Saturday Rev J T Betts pf Walton Ky areistini Rev Sanders Rev Sanders wil reach at Tobinport next Saturday tad Sunday ELECTRICITY a tt Has Taken From Firo Its Suprem acy as Mans Servant As we hear the whir of tho dynnmi or listen at the telephone as wo turf the button of an incandescent lamp or ravel in an clectromoblle we are par akors In a revolution more swift ant irofouud than has ever before beer Minded upon earth Until the nine oonth century tire was Justly accounted the most useful and versatile serv nut of mnn Today electricity Is doing ill that lire ever did and doing it bet tor while It accomplishes uncouutei asks fur beyond the reach of Maine lowever Ingeniously applied We may luis observe under our eyes just such in Impetus to human Intelligence am tower as when lire was first subdued to the purposes of man with the IIm- mense advantage that whereas the mbjugtttlon of lire demanded ages ot voary null uncertain experiment the nastory of electricity is for the most part tho assured work of the nine oonth century anti In truth very large l y of Its lust three decades It begins nt once to marry the resources of the noclmnlc and the chemist the cngl peer and the artist with Issue attest etl by all Its own fertility while its ays reveal province after province un reamed of and indeed unexlstlng be ore Its advent Every other primal gift of satin rises to a new height at the bidding of the electrician V Neon Tracy In Illustrated Sunday Muga zinc CELESTIAL WONDERS Color of the Sky and the Moon and the Hues o the Stars It Is the atmosphere that makes the lay look blue and the moon yellow If ve could ascend to an elevation of fifty miles above the earths surface wo should see that the moon Is a brilliant white while the sky would be black wIth the stars shining as brightly In tho daytime as at night Furthermore as a most picturesque eature of the spectacle we should no Ice that souse of the stars are red others blue yet others violet and still others green In color Of course all of the stars If we bar the planets of our own system are burning suns ind the hues they wear depend upon heir temperature The hottest stars are blue Thus Vega in the foiiHtelljtlon Lyra Is a title sun hundreds of lImos as large as our own solar orb We are Journeying In Its direction at the rate of millions of miles a day and at some future tIme It may gobble us all up For after all humiliating though the confession be our sun Is only a very mail star of the sixth magnitude or hereabouts and of an Importance In tho universe so slight as to be scarcely within the pale of respectability leader Magazine + o7 + II 1i WantS I hFOR SALEFarm well iuproved ronslsl of HO acres Ohio Hlvur lbottom nand ClovorportKentuckyFur particulars address JOHN W COUTV Skllhnan Hancock county Kentucky FOR KENT A furnished room In a rest convenient to business part of town and depot Apply at the News ulilce FOR 8ALK PRINTING Presses antI Cutting machInes lot of good Laundry machines Also now and secondhand Oas and Gasoline EnRlnes 1IAUTIN OADLE 516 3rd Street Louisville Iv- Ilenderson Route Notes Sp ecial Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 115 and 118 and all trains Sundays Round- trip tickets will be sold at reduced rate to local points good to return Sunday Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L L H St L Reduced Rates One way Colonist rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to Apri 30th Homeseekers round trip rate to West and Southwest February 4 to 18 March 3 and 17 Republican State Convention Louis ville flay 6 For this occasion 01 round trip iron Cloverport May 5 and 6 Good tT re turn May 9 Customers Satisfied L If you want to be satisfied with the style and price of your hats this season come and look through my complete assortment I can satisfy the most fastidious Come and see T I IbeforeI t Ji Miss Ashleyof Cincinnati has arrives to take charge of Mrs Cordrey trimmingTwo of Same Family Died Last Week Dukea April 7Special The re mains of Chas Wathen who died in Louisville were brought here Wednes day and interred in the Tindle graveyard Hii little inter Nellie was taken ill at the grave and died Saturday of brain fever She was buried Sunday They were the children of Gabe Wathen of Louisville who formerly lived here He has another child at the point of death at their home in Louisville The sympathy ol this community is extended to the father in the midst of his trouble Additional Hardinsburg Circuit clerk Tom Moore left yetter lay for Battle Crek Michigan to enter Kelloggs Sanitarium hot three months Mr Moore has been confined to hinioom Mr H F Beard Mrs Morris Heard and ton Master Murray returned Mon day from spending the winter in Florida Miis Jennie Green of lulls of Rough proceeded them a fow d ys in her re turningThursday evening May 7th has been fixed as the date of Cudl Gro W Haint lecture here for the bon fit of the fradei AidMr and Mrs Alvin Bowman who IUtaly returned from Penneylvaniii on lecoutit of the shutting down of WI I kup there have taken rooms here and will re main luring the summer Misses Louise Heeler and Motile Moor man spent Saturday and Sunday at Mr John Pates on the Hanied road Jesse Eskridge of Owensboro was lieie Sutrrdny and Sunday- S A Pate is being strongly endorsed for appointment as steward at one of the asylumns The April term of the fiscal curt be gan yesterday Never Took the Hint Jackson Well what did your wife say to you when you got home so late last night You know you were afraid shed scold Falrlelgh My wifes a Jewel She dldut scold a bit In fact she didnt even ask me where I had been or what hud delayed me but late as It was she sat down at tho piano and begun to play arid sing I tell you shes one in ten thousand Jackson What did she slug Falrlelgh Tell Me the Old Old Story No Vulgarity You inherited quIto a nlco little fortune said the lawyer Yes replied the fortunate youth- I suppose you will pay a lot of your debts now I had thought of It but I concluded to make no change In my manner of lying I dont want to be accused of vulgar display Secret of Failure Tho secret of most mens failure Is nental dissipation wandering energies squandering energies upon a dis- tractIng variety of objects instead of londcnsiuc them into oneLondon vtJa MEET ME AT NOLTES The Opening of Spring Easter April 19 The day all mankind puts on the now With the new hat and the new clothing dont forget the new shoes For no matter how well one looks the apparel is not complete without a nice pair of shoos We have the shoes and oxfords in style Fit comfort and uptodateness We Can Please You TRY US J C Nolte L Bro Cloverport Ky Our Best OfferI I Breckenridge News r = We call it best because it gives you your own local paperthe best in this section and the hest home and farm paper at a large saving The Breckenridge News is always t100 per year the Farm Journals lowest club rate is 60 cents for five years Until we made this new arrangement the two papers would therefore have cost you 260 not less We now offer to new subscribers andI renewals or either paper ONE YEAR cnn own a picture like this if you will Simply by sitting dollars or u book and letting the interest do tho rest Motes tho address oi TilE BANK OF CLOVERPOttI Begin and in a few fleeting years the pictures yours Theres al wnys H dark background to every picture Disaster Are you ready1 Bank of Cloverport Cloverport k- yFURNITURE II Repairing can put yiur furniture in shape it looks dull or needs fixing up III ciw ge its appe trance a great Nothing destroys the neat of your house like furniture a out of repair and nothing ails to it f more than nice brignt furniture 5 All the new finishes in Mission fe or Colonial Golden Antique of fj Flemish Q Prices reasonable co sitent j with good wok JW B OELZE 9 82nd Door West of Postoffice IFI j = =2m k We are closing out our Paint Stock andwhile it lasts let us save you mon- ey25o40c A Gallon Cheaper Severs Drug Co Farm JJournal FIVE i YEARS i L2511 IIt ti f i ttYou Willi Have to I 1 J fRushff- I f- J Once aff ii i II Motor II- J i J Boat t j Run on Kerosene 9 Cheapestsport in ttheI I nonexplosive and tapes oneff 1 third less money to operate Builders of gasoline boats and dealers in bunt nppli- esllawesville iI Boat f i jI Club- HawesvilleI KyII J7 n1r e + Vroar a 1 Ilr il8PECIALSIII Ai Imngion Pharmacy This WeekjjI PEUUNA buy any quantity you want 6 6C bottleper I Cigars null Durham 1 Gen SleedmanJJ J3forlOecf 3ox bottle Furniture I Polish 25c p I BeII Irvington Pharmacy I StoreI4 4 Morrison Calhoon dentists once downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky r s w + rr+ + + + r i i c ro I CONQUERING THE AIR Flight of Henry Farmans Aero plane In Paris GRACEFUL BEYOND MEASURE Work of the Successful Inventor and Hopes Founded Upon His Achieve mentHow Frenchmen Encourage Progress by Giving Prizes I was lucky enough to study nt lei sure the trial flights In ParIs of Henry Farman for winning the 10000 prize which he earned so well writes the New York Posts special Paris corre spondent Ho was to try1 on his aero plane a half kilometer onethird of a mile thou turn a goal and return to the starting point all without once touching ground The length of this Irregular oval around which he took his course In midair was full three quarters of a mile and since his victory out of pure lightness of heart at a motor working well he has made n circular flight three tines as long Not enough has been said of the mere look of man and machine as they plane against the sky for a new verb Is needed to describe the motion It Is like nothing else ever seen be fore It Is not even like SautosDu monts little dirigible balloon the No 9 which carried him back and forth so easily from place to place In the Bois de Boulogne like an automobile running through the air Small as Its gas bag was the No 9 like all bal loons kept the look of being suspended by something held up In the air as it glided about On the other hand the biggest kite shows always by Its movements that a string Is holding It down Putmans aeroplane moves like neither the one nor the other It does not even resemble n giant bird cutting through space any more than an auto mobile resembles H horse It ie a vast human structure as evi dently a machine as a steam engine with Its spread of boxlike cells and whirring motor and place for the pilot In the middle Its flight through the air in long rising and falling curves as the motor varies Its power Is graceful beyond treasure but thoroughly human Just such a mechanical grace as that of a motor launch over a broad expanse of water cowImOilwhat Clerk Maxwell called In electric- Ity the go of the thing Farman knows now just how many pounds wolght his motor will take up Into the air and for how long n flight The motors the thing All these steady advances however slow were made possible by Santos Dumouts daring in hitching a petro loum motor to a balloon I was also lucky enough to follow his very first experiments only ten years ago lie had to face the entreaties of anxious friends and the open scorn of profes sional men of the air He went on his way year after year uudlscouragod by repeated failures But he made of each failure a trial experiment of his principle which he was sure was right Thanks to his experiments we have now two branches of an already practical Industry petroleum as a moans of transport through the air There are the great motor balloons for war and there are these machines like Farmans without any gas to help V thorn flying of themselves by the pro pulsion of a petroleum motor The world has moved within that space of ten years No fair man eau doubt that these flying machines will be made prac tical little by little like everything that tI1UIM to stay They are here now fir learning timid sport Soon rich amateurs will use them fur their luxu rious pleasure Lust will crows their plain evetcdbty use when time mvl C Zaa e zc r I W W EQ 1a t I s s cI Y D u = ftLJZ y0L1 1I li + O DZo ws ASHoz Q I Lhyzvl zW uauuNq0t1IDjJ2oE ffii3U zVo aotn to A SURGICAL OPERATIONIf a woman dreads more than another it is operationWe fear of aL contradiction that there are hun dreds yes thousands of operationsI performed upon women in our hos pitals which are entirely unneces try and many have been avoided b- yLYDIAEPINKHAMS j VEGETABLE COMPOUN- For I proof of this statement rea I the following letters Mrs Barbara Base of Kingman Kansas writes to Mrs Pinkham II For eight years I suffered from the most severe form of female troubles and was told that an operation was my only hope of recovery I wrote Mrs Pinkham for advice and took Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and it has saved my life and made me a well woman II hurchRondI feel it is my dutrto let people- lcnow what Lydia E IInl hams Vege table Compound has done for me I suffered from female troubles and last I March my physician decided that an operation was necessary My husband objected and urged me to try Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetable Compound and today I am well and strong 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 of women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulcera tion fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains and backache Mrs Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Muss constant experiments slitlll have malic known their possibilities The prizes which stimulate to experiments like Fnrmans have been gradu ated here in France with great good sense Instead of asking u brand new still uncertain Invention to be put in competition with motor locomotion long practiced on terra firma tUe ftn t prize was for eight In tl straight line for u distance long t i3Ugu to pieven skeptics saying Pooh that was oul A great bound In the air Santos lru mutt won this first prize last autumn Just as he was the first publicly to steer a balloon Then M Detitsch the same who gave the XJOU won by Santos bv steering his UiMoon from St Clou round the ILifer tower and back an 11 Archdeacon offered the prize which Farmau hits just won The task wa to fly u moderate distance and turn lath air and return to the starting 1point Sow MI Armeutfuud an engineer or International reputation and an authority on aeronautics otters fJCOO to the man who will Uy on his aeroplane to one quarter of an hour without touch- Ing ground First to fly at all tiien to steer the light tow to prolong the flight these are the natural beginnings oven with a bird learning to fly In due time will one long distance flights starting and landing amt steering matches then other exercscH of skill and crown of all us with the horse with automo biles with transatlantics races This Is a practical order of things Instead of summoning the Inventor first off to do everything at once or for ever after hold his peace- Englishmen are claiming Fiiruinn ml their own and he nay be one of the kings subjects For nil that ho Is a product of Paris as a man and as one who has flown through tho air Ills par I I ents are Scotch and havo lived In Paris since 1S07 I THE DUCK SHOVER A Man Who Gets Things on the Bounce and the Nod An amusing dialogue occurred be tween Judge Willis K C and a plain tiff who sued a man for the value of a quantity of grain supplied Ills honor said he had received a letter from the defendant who said he could offer only half a crown a month That continued his honor will take six years to got rid of the debt Plaintiff emphatically I would will ingly forgive a poor man but when you find he Is a swanker and doing every one In tho neighborhood It puts your back up Laughter We have to cut things very fine In order to get a shilling or two and then these gen try come swanking about tho coun try as If they were toffs I am told by others that he Is nothing more than a duck shover Laughter His Honor A what shover Loud laughter Plaintiff Duck shovor your honor n man who gets things on the bounce and the nod Renewed laughter His Honor You mean a man who gets people to let him have things on i credit by representations that are noj 1 Ij correct is that what you mean to convey by your big phrases duck shover and eo forth Laughter Plaintiff Thats Itduck shover and swanker Renewed laughter An order to pay 5 shillings monthly was made London News A LITTLE TALK TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS Dear Friends We want to have a little talk to you this week about your letters to the Breckenridge News First we want to thank you for responding so promptly to our request in regard to getting your letters to us on Fridays and Saturdays When your letters come that soon we are always sure to get them in the paper If anything of any importance shouM happen after you have sent in your personals write us so we can pub lish it before it gets too old If a wedding death or an accident should occur after you have written let us know at once When writing a news item always give the name the place and the time If your item does not contain these three points we cannot use it So many dayD toItell us where day she was there You do not know how much we ap preciate your letters to the News and the subscribers enjoy them too So many of you are so faithful and es peciallyis our Blackjack correspondent Of course we do not want you to write when there is no news but if anything does happen in your neighborhood worth telling kindly let us know JF You need notJtakeEupIyour time fin writing longrpieces1 justiTtell us the facts for we have notspaceto say all Shidliketo say about everything that happens Do you need stationery- We havent heard from Big Spring lately and we want some news from GarfieldDo ever try to get any subscrib ers Our Irvington correspondent doos Thanking you for your interest we are Yours truly The Breckenridge News Rheumatic Pains Relieved Mr Thos Stenton postmaster of Pontypool Ont writes For the past eight years I suffered from rheumatic pains und during that time I used many different liniments and remedies for the cure of rheumatism Last summer I procured a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and got more relief from it than anything I have ever used and cheerfully recommend this liniment to all sufferers from rheumatic pain If For sale by Severs Drug Co SHCOTING WITH MORTARS Hitting the Target Is Simply a Matter of Mathematics How do we hit with the mortars An observer near the shore who sees the target commuiilentes the horizontal and vertical angle at which to lay the mortar mid time Instant of time at which to fire and the gun does the rest If you were standing at the cen ter of a large cluck dial laid flat on the ground and wanted to hit with a base ball a man walking around on tho out side you would notice how long It took the man to got from I to II and again from II to 1 III Then you would de cide whether If the ball were thrown over a point halfway between 1 1 II and V Just as he arrived opposite III I the man and the ball would reach the same spot at the same tine it being understood of course that he main I tamed uniform speed nod direction and that the hull was thrown with proper force Instruments glvo us the range anti observations and mechanical de OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood in your body passes through tour kidneys once every three minutes 515The kidneys are your Is on merits fifty have a blood purifiers they fil ter the waste or Impurities in the blood If they or of order they fall to their work Pains achesand rheu matism from ex cess of uric in the neglectedkidneyKidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thoughtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries urinarytroubleskidneysbutconstitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble mistakeIand the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful of the most distressing and sold Its by all druggists In and onedollar sizes You may out are sick out do come acid all cures cases cent sample bottle by mall Home of Bwampnoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer St Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember th name SwampRoot Dr KHmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y ioi nvorr bottln =sPut Your Money where it will grow under your own control and grow foster than In any other sat way Write for our free booklet N which tells all about how to Bank by Mall safely and conveniently from any part of the State We pay 5 per cent Interest annuaily Our capltal secures you Who Will Be PresidentThis year and evory man must read to keep posted on politics The CourierJournalHenry Is a Democratic Newspaorp but it prints the news ItS it develops One dollar a year is the price of th- eWeekly CourierJournal Butjyou can get that paper and th- eBreckenridge News Both One Year For S15OIf 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 willwrite this paper Louisville Evansville Packet CoIN- COIIPOKATKD i Fast Passenger and Freight Line between Louisville and Evansville Steamers Tell City- Tarascon Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday at 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at 6 mThrough freight rates and passerpr tickets to Cincinnati Freight nblj ments delivered quicker than I rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville J200 Clovorport to Evansville 200 Cloverport to Owensboro 100 Splendid accommodations for sloe GeneralOffice 15415GJ58 4th si Louisville Ky C V WILLIKS G F F lit F I Chas F Taylor Receiver vices give us the range differences in creasing or decreasing by certain short Intervals of time too short for a ship of any size to escape by attempting to change direction or speed Our ob servers circle hns 30000 divisions Captain Howell In Scientific American Chamberlains Has The Preference Mr Fred C Hanrahan a prominent druggist of Portsmouth Va says For the past six years I have sold and recom mended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is a great remedy and one of the best patent med icines on the market I handle some others for the same purposes that pay me a larger profit but this remedy is so sure to effect a cure and my customer so certain to appreciate my recommend ing it to him that I give it the preference For sale by Severs Drug Co Her Portrait Miss Elderly I painted this portrait of myself sonic weeks ago and Cad lings looking at the picture of a young girl What n good memory you have Transatlantic Tales Baby wont suffer five minutes longer with croup if you apply Dr Thomas Electric Oil at once It acts like magic r d W H nowHtn President A B SKILLUAN Cashier F L LionxFoOT Vlcolrresldent CHAS SKILLMAN AsstCashier l The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way rind protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited tiNeNNNMN41Nfi sM- NN NO i 0 NNNNNN ONINN4141 The Bank of Hardinsburg- and Trust CompanyCA- PITAL 5000000 B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMMON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Hskiidge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byFire or Burglary S + + + + ++ NN NiNNO NN N41N- 9NNN NSNIN L First State BankJIRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIBIP VicePresiden B H KEMPER Cashier 0 f Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits t10limNNNNMMaN a e 1 rlC f L 1 1 r c Y =T Y CTHE y Fifth I- HOTELI ifj Louisville Ky CAMPBELL Mgr =iO T YP YYjFTAY T The rate fremI Street The of French Lick and West Baden Springs Ind Now reached by direct of th- eRailwaySouthern Leave Evansville 7 aUl 220 pm Rockport 7 am 2 pm Cannelton 7 am 2 pm II City 7 2 II Troy 7 am 2 pm Arrive French Lick 5 pm West am 5 pm Except Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT DAYS Evansville to French Lick 3 Rockport 2 CanneltonII 2 Tell CityII 2 TroyII II 2 E Stratton P A Evansville Ind C Beam Jr A G P A St Louis INTERESTING INSTRUCTIVE Correct English ieflowA flonthly Magazine Devoted the Use English JOSEPHINE TURCH BAKER Editor PARTIAL CONTENTS Course Grammar to Increase Ones Vocabulary The Art Conversation Shall and Will Should and Would How to Use them Pronunciations Century Dictionary Correct English the Home Correct English the School What to Sav and What Not Say Course Letter Writing anti Punctu ation Twenty Daily Drills Business English for the Business Man Compound Words How to Write Them Studies English Literature AGENTS WANTED 100 a Year Send lOc for Sample Copy CORRECT ENGLISH Evanston 111 Impure blood runs you downmakes- you an victim of organic diseases Burdack Blood Bitters purifies the blood cures the causebuilds you up J I most centrally located and firstclass hotel In the city 1200 onII Only one block from tbe 8hoppfbR6l6trlct and two blocks Ithe principal theatres cars pass thedoor to all of the city- EveryLblnj neat andiclean parIII Y 555253 535 5S5SS55S 55 551 Carlsbad America line 20 15 15 4 15 15 Tell 25 am 22 pm 3S 32 10 20 am 45 Arrive BadenI0 30 55 Daily 30 16 52 72 60 44 How easy To West Baden3it 2 II 2 II 264I 248 D J Mo to of in of in in to in in 20 56 76 L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 116 Dally Fast Train loaves Gloveroort 507 AM stops at Irvlnctcn and West Point only arrive at Louisville 725 A M No 112 Tally Mull ana xlJres8leaves Clo erport I0ai A M stops at all way stationsrrfves Louisville 1245 p m Train No 114 Dully fast mall leaves Glo verport 450 p m stops at all way stations east of Olovorport except Mystic arrIves a Louisville 7 S5u m accommodation WEST HOUND No 147 Dally Evnnsvlllo coacmmodatlon leaves Cloverport 600 a m stops at all way stations arrives Evansvlllo 900 am oxpressleavesIlawesvllle Lowlsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley IlendrrBon and Evansville arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p moo Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 115 dally St Louis fast train loaves Ole vorport 1106 PlII arrives Evansvlllo 135 A M St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawesvlllo onlyNo leaves Clo verport 925 a m arrives Evansvlllo 1215 p m Stops at all way stations ChaIr cars on trains 111 112 113 114 between Louisville and Evansville Jhroujb sleeping cars and free reclining chair cars on trains 115 and 116 between Lousville mLd St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 500 aa rives Irvington 840 ftru Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllo320p m arrives Irvington 520 pTrm No 6 Sunday only PordbvllloO 30 a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 1100 am arrives Fordsville 245 pm TrainNo Dally leaveslivlngton 650 p m arrives Fordsvflle 1015 D m p r 111 l5he Fightingrt Chance He ought to ask you He must ask 10U Dont wait for him Mr Plank ne Is only a boy In such things And as Plank was silent You will wont you Do what make his business my business without an Invitation ask ed Plank so quietly that she flushed with annoyance- If you pretend to be his friend is It not your duty to advise him she asked Impatiently No that is for his business asso elates to do Friendship comes to grief when it crosses the frontiers of businessThat is a narrow view to take Mr PlankYes straight apd narrow The boundaries of friendship are straight and narrow It Is best to keep to the trodden pathbest not to walk on the grass or trample the flowers- I think you are sacrificing friend ship for an epigram she said careless of the undertone of contempt In her voiceI have never sacrificed friendship He turned and looked at her pleasant ly I never made an epigram con sciously and I have never required ot- a friend more than I had to offer in return Have you The flush of hot displeasure stained Mr cheeks f Are you really questioning me Mr PlankYes You have been questioning me rather seriously have you not I did not comprehend your defini lion of friendship I did not agree with It I questioned It not you That Is all Plank rested his head on one big band and stared at the clusters of dim blossoms behind her and after awhile be said as though thinking aloud Many have taken my friendship for granted and have never offered their own in return I do not know about Mr Siward There Is nothing I can do for him nothing he can do for me If there is to be friendship be tween us it will be disinterested and I would rather have that than any thing in the world I think There was a pause but when Sylvia would have broken It his gesture com mitted her to silence with the dignity one might use in checking a persistent child Continued Next Week lie Got What He Needed Nine years ago it looked as if my time bad come says Mr C Farthing of Mill Cresk Ind Ter IIwas so run down that life hung on a very slender tfiread It was then my druggist recom nended Electric Bitters I bought a bottle aud I got what I neededstrength- I had one foot in the grave but Electric Bitters put it back on the turf again and Ive been well ever since Sold nnder guarantee at Severs Drug Co SOc Joe Alulhatten Jr Renews His Subscription Carters LandingKy March 21 190S Editor NewsMy subscription is about to expire did you notice it Or do you notice little things like that Well we did so here is a one dollar bill Chalk us up for another year Now It may be a revelation to you to know how we could make a noise like a one dollar bill during this panic Its this way We mortgaged our crop of wild oats Have been taking the Herald but the price riz couldiit get a second mortgage on our oat crop had to cut the Herald out Mr Editor we have no quarrel to pi- ckWhYCHiTIR 31 n Hunting Rifle From the ten different Winchester repeaters you can surely select a rifle adapted for hunting your favorite game be it squirrels or grizzly bears No matter which model you select you can count on its being well made ac curate and reliable SHOOT WINCHESTEt CASTRIDOES i IN WINCHESTER GUNS DOCTOR ADVISED USE OF CUTICURA After Other Treatment Failed BabyBoysCried with Pain when Washed S ECZEMA WAS CURED AND HAS NEVER REAPPEARED S II Our baby boy broke out with eczema on life faco when ono month old Ono place on the sido of his faco tho sizo of a nickel was raw like beef steak for three months and ho would cry out when I bathed tho parts that were sore and broken out I gavo him gooddoctorchild was no better Then my doctor recommended Cuticura After using a cako of Cuticura Soap a third of a box of Cuticura Ointment and half a bottlo of Cuticura Resolvent ho was well anybabyshalt old and no eczema has reappeared I am still using tho Cuticura Soap I think it Is tho finest toilet soap I over used littlo girls hair and faco cleansewh It too I am so thankful for what Cuticura has dono 11Alton SANATIVE Antiseptic Cleansing Is Best Accomplished by Cuticura Women especially mothers find Cuti cura Soap Ointment and Pills the pur est sweetestan1 most DlTectivo remedies for preserving purifying and beautifying tho skin hair and hands fors tiro treatment of inflammatory and ulcerativo condi tions as well as for restoring to health strength and beauty palo weak nervous prematurely faded rundown women Guaranteed absolutely pure under tho United States Food and Drugs Act forEveryHata of Cuticura Soap 25c to Cleanse tho Skin Cuticura Ointment SOc to steal the Skin and Cuticura Resolvent 50eor In the form of Chocolate Coated JII1Sh25C per vial of 60 to Purify tho lllood Sold tho world Potter Druz k Chem Corp Mailed 1rcc Cuticura Itoston Book on Sklu Diseases with youbut being an Equity man from the crown of my head to the sole of my f et will have to reprimand you in re gard to an editoral that appeared in your paper last week Now you advise farmers to raise all the tobacco they can I NowIthat may sound like Equity gospel toyou but it makes a noise like Trust dope to us You know it wont work on your markets in your own town Take eggs for instance When the hens go on a strike eggs get scarce and the price goes up As soon as the hen gets busy again it causes an over productiou It doesnt matter how nice and fresh the eggs are down down goes the price Wont it be the same with tobacco You see quality wont count when there is toj much of anything You know such gospel as that is a club in the hands Of the Trust So Mr Editor give us Equity people true Equity editoras not pipe dreams We are not a Night Rider or Barn Burner we can not approve of such but will we condem a society just because there are a few bad meu in it Would we coudeui Christ because he had one bad wan in his apostalship If there ever was a time that our society needed true leaders it is today The founder of our society James A Everett an honest man a man that has done more for the farmer than any man living Now look what the leaders of the society have done for him Who is back of this rebellion The Trusts and the Trusts booder The farmers will listen to these Trust agents put out a double crop dump it on the market like farmers do their eggs The result will be the same Down down will go the price Then watch the Trust buyers and agents chuckleJoe Mulhatten Jr LAST WORDS Thoughts That Marked the Passing of Some Noted Men There is a collection of last words of celebrated men which contains many beautiful nod startling phrases Wheth er they wore really uttered by the men to whom they have been credited says the Berliner Post Is another matter Thus the words of Augustus The comedy Is at an end did I play my part well are known to nearly every reader The collection of last word of great physicians published by Tine British Medical Journal gives Haller credit for saying The artery beats It beats no more and says of Notli nagel that he wrote The night of July 0 after a violent attack of angina pectoris I will die of arterial calcination Cooper Bright and Bro die died with blessings upon their lips and Darwin looking death calmly in tho face said I really do not fear death Locolzs last words were flip pant Au revoir gentlemen At the autopsy we will meet again None of these classic sentences however Impress one so much as did the words of one of the few mortals who to our knowledge went Into tho unknown with minds undImmed no was an old man who had lived a good and full life With his last breath he said It Is not yet time I want to staythat- was the voice of nature 4 A ROTHSCHILD STORY The Reward That Came to a Student With a Heart Old RotliRclilld stories are popular now in Europe Some are true says an English writer some are only clover and many are simply Inven tions But nil are rend with interest Here is one from the Bystander Lon donAt a luncheon given by Empress Eugenle at the Tullerles the head of the Paris house of Rothschild was seated opposite a great painter Roth schild was not blessed with good looks and had moreover an expression of distress and resignation combined The painter could not take his eyes oft him and this worried Rothschild not a lit tle After the meal he asked the paint er why he had taken so great an inter est In him and to his great amaze ment the painter informed him that he had studied him as a model for a beg gar in n picture he was then evolving Rothschilds face brightened and he said I will sit for you And he did One day when he was posing a pupil of the painters was so touched by the expression of woe on the face of the model that he slipped n five franc piece into the poor mans land and van ished before an explanation was possi ble The next day the young man re calved tOO as interest on his well In vested 5 francs Kpdol 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 nnd 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 Hud it a fine blood purifier and n good tonic May you live long and prosper Yours very truly C N Cornell boding Ga Aug 27 1000 Getting His Own Back An ironworker having lad the worst of nn argument with a friend decided to get even with him Waiting therefore until his enemy had retired to rest one night he ap proached his street door and knocked loudly In order to wake him Opening the bedroom window the other hurriedly Inquired what the noise was all about Why replied the outside one one of your windows is wide open Which one Why the one you nave your head through chuckled the other as he went away satisfied with the success of hIs plot Illustrated Bits WARM AND DRY TO STAY WELL Advice of Noted Authority Also Gives a Simple Home Prescription Now is the time when the doctor gets busy and the potent medicine manufac turors reap the harvest unless great care is taken to dress warmly and keep the feet dry This is the advice of an old eminent authority who says that Rheumatism and Kidney trouble weather is here and also tells what to do in case of an attack Get from any good prescription phar macy onehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kargon three ounces Compound Syrup Sarsa parilla Mix by shaking in a bottle and take a teaspoonful after meals and at bedtimeJust this simple homemade mix ture at the first sign of Rheumatism or if your back aches or you feel that the kidneys are not acting just right Tiis is said to be a splendid kidney regula tor and almost certain remedy for all forms of Rheumatism which is caused by uric acid in the blood which the kidneys fail to filter out Any one can easily prepare this at home and at small costDruggists in this town and vicinity when shown the prescription stated that they can either supply these ingre dients or if our readers prefer they will compound the mixture for them Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or husinees 1i If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together enllhlingbuyersI Jno D Babbaae Two room cottage on Murray Avenue wolf located Runts for J5 per month Cf 7en 155 acres on lardlnsburg find 4 I r OU Mulls of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwelling und a good big barn 0 acres In oak and beech timber The oak timber Is good tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can be hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco and fruit 1ienty good water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments FOR SALE A splendid stand for a druggist physician in a good town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This Is Just tellInloAn old estaollshed physician wants to retire Is tho reason for selling Kor further partic ulars address JNO JJ ItAHItAUK CJIoyer port Ky ft 7 95 0IrItlls cres on Hardlnsburg and4 of Sinking road 2 mires onostorydwdlltiigsblacksmith shop mill necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture JKi acres in timber whlto oak black oak beech and sugar tree nil good size Plenty of good water the year round Onethird cash and good easy turns on balance Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc yearPostabout 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with goodbusinessJNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky To have perfect health we must have rerect digestion and it is very important not to permit of any delay the mo mmt the stomach feels out of order TaKe Fomethiug that you 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 digestmt and it will digest what you eat Sold by all druggists Mr Gardner Here R A Gardner of Murfreesborn Ill has been visiting Tom Ryan for several weeks Saturday he went to Sttph ensport to visit relatives there before returning home His visits in this county have been immensely enjoyed by his old friends and his relatives Weak women get prompt and lasting help by using Dr Sin ops Night Cure These soothing healing antiseptic sup positories with full information how to proceed are interosti gly told of in my book No 4 for women The book aid strictly ctnfidenlial medical advice is entirely free Simply write Dr1 Shoop Racing Wis for my book No I Sold by all dealers Every person in the State directly or indirectly interested in the Tobacco Situation should rend nn article on theI subject in Van Nordens Magazine for April t 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 Faeroe Wis I surely would not send it free unless I was certain that DrShoops Magic Ointment would stand the test Remember it Is macfe expressly and alone for swollen painful bleeding or itching piles either exteiml or in ternal Large jnr 50c Sold byall dealers I The discriminating I 750 trottheCloverlrtI IItndIxudryuno IIHuhlJot payments00acres B ml cs from Clorerport ontprovumunts ttroorn dwellingI barn AixSB feet und other out buildings Ixacres in orchardI RcrelllIInbalance In state of good cultivation Two Goodllrnestouowhom Well located for market One third cush balance on uasv terms u COcf 72 acre farm 4 miles from Clo HowlinK htJnhOllstJtiUlllIursprlnwoods 7 acres In orchard Kalsed 20000 pounds of tobacco In 1WW sold It atM 58 and t2 On six acres of the wood land there are 315 merchantable trues It Is a splendid farm for tobacco corn told wheat The uncut timber valued at ea50 10 acres In wheat Tlite Is n good bargain fur some man who wants a stimuli farm- 6UU7JC acres situated IIK tulles from Joins UublJ Pierce Midge lane In good shape good feuclug one good dwel llug house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn pundsThisacres In timber white oak sugar tree and lIentyofgoodfruitGood road to Molt IK wiles This farm Is not worn out It Is good land and In good fix Just the farm for a man with a small family Parsonage Screened The Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church are having the par sonage screened It will cost about sM They have purchased the screens from Gregory Co- Kennedys LnxUive Cough Syrup the cough syrup that tastes nearly as good as maple sugar and which children like so well to take Unlike nearly all other cough remedies It does not on stipate but on the other hand it Acts promptly yet gently on he bowels in rough which the cold iU forced out of the system and at tht name time it al 1 ivs inflauiHtioti Always use Ktnnedvd Laxative Cough Syrup Solo by all druggists Correct Job Work The best and correct job work itI done by John ID Itabbage and Sons Pub Co The uptodate styles in lettering andwriting mateiial is used in all their printed matter Send your orders to them and they will be given immediate attention ENGLISH RED TAPE War Office Methods and the Test of n Mountain Gun The story that n gun of marvelous possibilities Invented in England may bo sold abroad owing to the apathy of the powers that bo Is not altogether surprising Whit worth refused Napoleon IlLs otTer of SOpOO a year for life to go to Parts und manufacture Lila cannon forjthe French army but perhaps our war otllce was not so faddy then as now Some little time ago a new gun for bill fighting was offered and was sent out to India to be tried It was drag ged up steep hills rushed down rocky defiles left for a week at a time In mountain torrentsIn fact submitted to all the tests which a veteran officer accustomed to war with the hill tribes could suggest The report was satisfactory In every respect but a war office genius blandly I asked if the gun had been dropped down a precipice It had not The war office was horrified and amazed at the neglect of so elementary a test The gun was now dropped down a precipice with the inevitable result Its Internals were irremediably dam agedHow was it possible the war office asked to accept such a weapon And the army of India was left to potter along with obsolete weapons because this new arm would not stand Impos sible testa London Sketch AWAY BELOW ZERO The Awful Cold That Comes With Eighty Degrees of Frost It Is difficult to form any conception of the degree of cold represented by 80 degrees of frost that at times prevails in certain parts of Russia Sir Leopold McCllntock tells us how in one of his arctic expeditions a sailor was foolish enough to do some outdoor work atii precisely this temperature His hands froze and when ho rushed Into the cabin aud plunged ono of thorn into a bnsln of water so cold was the hand that the water was instantly converted Into a block of ice At 25 degrees Dr Kane says the mustache and underlip form pndu lous beads of dangling ice Put out your tongue and it Instantly freezes to this Icy crusting Your chin has a trick of freezing to your upper Jaw by the happy aid of your beard My eyes have often been so glued as to show that even a wink was unsafe During a theatrical performance giv en by the crew of his ship at an Inside temperature of 30 degrees the con donsatlon was so excessive that we could barely see the performers Their hands ston mod When an excited Thes plan took off his coat it smoked like a dish of potatoes Any extra venemence of delivery was accompanied by vol umes of smoke Pearsons Weekly Young Men and Ladies Young men and ladies with ambition should learn telegraphy Under the new 8hour law which goes into effect next March over 18000 additional telegraphers are required by the railroads payfromYou can qualify in three or four months time For full details write to the National Telegraph Institute Cincin nati Ohio To get well and keep well take Mc Leans Cordial Proved by more than fifty years of use to ba the very be s health preserver strength maker and blood purifier 50 cents and 100 per bottle at nil dealers I Middle Ridge Poultry Yards Single Comb White Leghorns- Bred to Lay Strain Eggs 100 per 15- S2 00 per 50 300 per 100 MRS J H PAYNE TOBIN SPORT IND Phone 13f Box 20 J former keeps Q supply or I SLOANS1JINIMENPFor spavin curb splint sweeny capped hock founder strained tendons wind puffs and all lameness in horses For thrush foot rot and garget on cattle and sheep hogsfor IAT ALL DEALERS PRICE 25 y50 4 F 3 IOO Send For free book on Horses Cattle Hogs and Poultry Address Dr Earl SSloan Bosfdn Mast q 1 III DUKES Mrs F O Burnett is ill at this writingMiss Edna Jackson of Mt Eden spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Mayme Cahal Mrs Ollie Johnson spent Friday wither sister Mrs Jim Rowland Charlie Deterding left Thursday for Louisville after an extended visit with relative at this place Mr and Mrs Lud Bowlds and daugh ter Lucy spent several days last week with her parents Mr and Mrs John DukeMillard Nichols has moved into Chas Johnsons property Amos Corley and daughters Misses Addie and Lufiy were in Cloverport Wednesday shopping Warnor Basham of Livermore visit ed relatives at this place a few days lust week Sunday school was organised at this place Sunday A M Foster Kinder of Tobinsport Ind visited friends at this place Sunday- C B Johnson and family left Mon cay for Hickman county Ky where t 111 will reside Mrs Minnie Basham of Goering spent Saturday and Sunday of last week with Mrs Ellen Basham Littla Altha Jarboe of Patesville visited her grand parents last week Rev Brear of Fordsville filled his regular appointment at the CP church Saturday and Sunday of last week and alto baptized several in the W A Clark pond Those baptised were Clarence Parker Sam Clark Hubert Young Dub and Hobert Cahal Prayer meeting is still in progress evory Sunday afternoon at this place Miss Jessie Wheatley returned from Hawesville Saturday where she had been visiting friends for a few days Miss Ella Evans of Patesville was toe guest of Flora Newbury from Fri day until Sunday Steve Powers and family of Pates vile have moved into L Newburys Louse Misses Pearl and Carrie Baeham en tertained k few of their friends Friday right Among those present were Misses Pearl Ina Bessie and Tula Johnson Flora Newbury Mabel and Visa Hall Messrs Homer Tindle Eddie and Alex PowersClarence Dunby Ernest Kvaiuf Kerney and Isaac Powers and James Johnson THE FACE IN ILLNESS Te the Trained Eye It Quickly Shows a Patients Condition The face Is a good index to the state of ones physical being and from It symptoms of disease can be detected almost before the patient is aware that anything serious Is the matter with him For Instance Incomplete closure of the eyelids rendering the whites of the eyes visible during sleep is a symptom III nil acute and chronic dis eases of a severe type It1 Is also to be observed when rest Is unsound from pain wherever seated Twitching of the eyelids associated with the oscillation of the eyelids or squinting heralds the visit of convul Biuus Widening of the orifices of the nose with movements of the nostrils to and fro points to embarrassed breathing from disease of the lungs or their plural Investment Contraction of the brows Indicates pain In the head sharpness of the nos trils pain III the chest and a drawn upper iii pall in the abdomen To make a general rule It may be stated that the upper third of the face IB altered in expression In affections of the brain and the middle third In tho diseases of the organs contained In the abdominal cavity Cotton Spinning Feats Son island cotton Is the best kind said a southerner It Is finer and silkier than any other cotton in the world A pound of It can be spun Into 4770 miles of thread For an experi ment once In the English town of Manchester a skilled spinner spun a jMiiul of sea Island cotton into a single thread 1000 miles long Then for snottier experiment he took another pound of cotton and spun it into as many hanks as he could get He got 10000 hanks in all and the yarn In each measured 840 yards Thus out of a pound of cotton 4770 miles of yarn was produced This yarn though was too flue to be of any practical utility Those two experiments made a buperb experiment for the cotton of tho south Louisville CourierJournal Constantinople Shoemakers In Constantinople the shoemakers are all poets While a customer is having n lice repaired or a shoe relaced tho attendant recites extemporized or memorized versos to him As the Ian guage Is Arabic or Turkish the listener rarely knows whether he is hearing a good or bad verse On the Muskl the Broadway of old Cairo ono can buy the red leather sharp toed slippers universally worn In a land where there IB rarely any rain for about 60 cents They are not worth more being very flimsy articles In construction They are not representative of the expert English or American handmade shoe which IB a thing of beauty of comfort and of enduring IItIWrArgonaut Hardinsburg Items J Dr Milton Board and family arrived last week from Frankfort His wifd and children will remain here some time He left Monday on his trip of inspec tion of the Charitable Institutions of the StateJohn Tobin of Lahant was in town last week Lee Bosley of Chenault was here Friday and qualified as notary public He also filed application for articles of incorporation for three or four tele phone lines in that section of the coun ty Mr Bosley is an earnest advocate of better schools and better roads Nothing short of turnpikes and a big school education for him His figures for turnpiking show that it can he much more inexpensively done than is com monly believed Andrew Elder received the contract for building the new school house on the pike near Frank Jollys He completes I FATE OF CRIMINALSI Judge Whitman Favors Life Im prisonment For Habituals TOO MUCH SYMPATHY WASTED Reform of Felons Over Thirty Is Im possible Claims New York Jurist Urges Removing Crimes Causes and Less Reformation Judges lawyers and students of criminology have been commenting upon the stand taken by Charles S Whitman recently judge of the court of general sessions in New York who not only says that either death or life Imprisonment should be the sentence for habitual criminals but also declares that too much sympathy is wasted upon criminals of both sexes Judge Whitman who is generally regarded as the deepest student of crlm inology in Now York city in discussing his views with a reporter of the New York Herald asserted that the cases of criminals reforming after having reached the age of thirty are practically un heard of things State prison should not be confounded with reformatories he says and while the latter do good and have some effect In reforming young prisoners criminals who are sent to ponltontlorloi come out far more vicious and dangerous than when they were sentenced They have gained shrewdness and a man who has a prison record is of far more danger to tho community than ono who has never been buhind prison bars Tim way to eliminate crime Judge Whitman says is to eliminate crimi nals The laws should bo uuulc more drastic for every year It is getting harder and harder to punish prisoners I guilty of tho crimes for which they were arrested- In speaking of the causes of crime and the making of criminals the jurist declares that the low pay of wormed in the shops in New York city hats had much to do with their downfall net ter wanes would take away many of their temptations In summing up the situation he snld It Is getting harder and harder every day to bring the criminal to proper punishment I do not believe this to be the fault of tho jury system for that seems about as satisfactory an arrange ment as we can get It Is the fault of tIm people themselves We are too lenient too good natured too prone to look lightly not to say with some amusement on the offender and of course this is the charitable view and the roan who holds it lays the flattering unction to his soul that he is a good fellow a sympathizer with the frailties of follow humans The man who so argues makes the mistake of his life Let the burglar or the murderer or offender of any sort who has commit ted a crime of any moment be sent to the Tombs quid Its only a few days before he comes to feel hes a hero and perfectly entitled to the sympathy and the flowers and the tokens that begin to flow in from the sentimental as soon as the facts become public and he has gained his little newspaper notoriety Maudlin sentimentality Is aroused The criminal gets his picture In the pa pers lie IS11 celebrity His cause is furthered by the popular ideas that find expressions In the newspapers the magazines and the theaters There is a romanticism clinging about him which Is absent from the life of the well ordered The tardiness of trying prisoners Is responsible for a great many of the acquittals for the misplaced sympathy of the public has had a chance to grow to proportions sufficient to offset the terrifying aspects of crime This must always be co under the present system of delay in trials for which the district attorney of this county Is in no way re sponsible Our highly technical practice is re sponsible for much delay I believe if we had a revision of the code longer prison terms quicker trials and only one appeal wed bo protecting society In the most practical way under the lawBut the primary obstacle te the bet tarmr + nt of conditions is the foolish at titude of the people who glorify reicas ad criminals and Ignore those who the building for J525 Rev and Mrs E B English were given a surprise donation party Friday evening the occasion being his birth dayMrs B A Brandon has returned from a visit to her sick sister in the Western part of the State Judge Moorman is superintendingthe grading of the courthouse yard Mr and Mrs D R Murray and Miss es Louise and Mollie Moorman spent Saturday and Sunday in Glendeane- J B Gibson one of the best citizens of the Irvington section was here on business last week C V Robertson and Arthur Beard attended the Hudson horse sales in Louisville last week Mrs John T Moore of McDaniels was here Saturday to see her son Tom Moore nave not ration but stm are In need of the sympathy that Is being wasted Especially Is this true of the woman offender Many love to hear eloquent discourses on the salvation of the girl1 of the streets I know the view I hold is not the popular one but neverthe less I am firmly of the belief that the woman of the streets does not reform any more than does her brother of the burglar kit and dark lantern And she Is a most dangerous factor in the spread of crime Most of her class are thieves and most of them support thieves of the opposite sex and there fore their Influence for evil is most extensiveInstead of wasting so much sym pathy on the girls who have fallen why not expend some practical con sideration on the young woman who may be in danger of falling This It seems to me would be the better plan The ounce of prevention outweighs the pound of cure many fold It Is well nigh Impossible in my opinion for the shopgirl getting c4 or- S5 a week to live In New York In u self respecting manner If there wore less sympathy an1ll- coninirt ration for the criminal mill the mifortunac creatures of the streets aid IIVHC first aM to the needy thev uIst la Irs trtnr esmtlon IIv lie i1ItLIr of I s Ihll I pH For cuts sprains brulsos burns rliuu matle and all other pains use McLoans Vol canlc 011 Liniment first sold In 1852 still tho sumo olToctlvo remedy In IOCS Good for man or boast 25c fiDe and 5100 One Seam For Fifteen Years It hits hoed said that the most mo notonous form of labor Is gumming labels But there are many others which conic very near It lu the boot and shoo trade for Instance the work is divided among as many workers as possible One will thus make a single cut In the leather and another give one turn of the machine handle In some cases a pair of shoes have passed through fifteen pairs of hands before reaching rpletlon As a natural re sult there arc1 workers who week after week go on performing the same work hundreds of times a day Indeed In one factory there Is n woman who for fifteen years hits sewed only one seam Her machine works so rapidly that she spends as much time Inserting and withdrawing her work as In the actual sewing Westminster Gazette The First Christmas Gift Book In time General Advertiser of Jan 9 1750 appeared the earliest known an nouncement of a Christmas gift hook and hi this case it was undeniably a gift book Given G rat HI By J Newborry at the Bible and Sun In St Pauls Churchyard over against the north door of the church only paying one penny for the binding Nurse True loves Christinas Box or The Golden Plaything for Little Children by which they may learn the letters as soon as they can speak mind know how to be lhave so as to make everybody love them adorned with thirty cutsLou don Mail Reason For Objection Fond MotherWhy dont you like your roommate at college Reginald The professor told me he would be a good companion for you because he studies so hard Young Collegian But mother ho uses so many sesquipedalian words Fond Mother That settles It my son I dont want you to be contaminated by association with anybody who uses such dreadful language Baltimore American Just Out Elder Brother Didnt you stop atI the news agents and get that maga zinc for me- JimmieDe didnt have none jest sold out Did he sny so I didnt have to ask him There he bad it all printed on a big sign Magazine Jest Out Chums The Missing Factors Now then children said the teacher what is it we want most In this world to make us perfectly happy Do things we aint got shouted the bright boy in the back seatPhlladel phla Press The less religion a man has the more lie thinks his wife ought to have Obi ago News InspectorGeneral Union Veteran Legion 1J ISays X Can Recommend Peruna as a Safe and Reliable Medicine High Officials and Prominent- Citizens f Give Unqualified Endorsement to Peruna No Medicine in the World Can Produce a More Impressive Array of Testimonials Every Testimonial Given in the Exact Words of the Testifier Terrible Case of Indigestion Mr Donald Robb Jr 10 Wrights Avo Nova Scotia Canada Deputy Su promo Chief Ranger Independent Order of iForrostcrs writes Whllo on a visit to Boston I must have eaten something that did not agree with my stomach as a terrible case of Indigestion followed Peruna was recommended to mo and after using three bottles I was entirely cured I therefore recommend Peruna to any ono suffering with stomach trouble Every Trace of Catarrh Gone Mr James P Bracken 610 Tenth Ave New York City X Y has occupied the office of Water Inspector of New York City for the past fifteen years Ho carries on an extensivo plumbing bust ness at 610 Tenth Ave He Is Post Deputy of Grand Knights of Iloigna Celia Council Knights of Columbus N Y Ho writes as follows For nearly a dozen years catarrh has bothered me in one form or another I was troubled with nasal catarrh that had affected my stomach which troub led me most in the morning My appe tlto was poor and I did not seem to relish my food Indigestion bothered mo at times also I was advised to take Peruna and I took it as prescribed for a month when my cure was almost complete Today there is not a trace of catarrh In my system and I can say without hesitation that Peruna cured me Agreeable and Effective Tonic Corporal John Finn Washington D 0 veteran soldier of the Civil War aII prominent Grand Army man and com mander of the oldest post in the United States John A Rawlins Post No1 department of time Potomac Grand Army of the Republic writes Peruna was recommended to me by many of my associates and I have givenI it a fair trial Have found it a mostI agreeable and effective tonic pleasant soothing and loaves one free from theI deleterious effects produced by the many nostrums now on the market I have suffered from catarrhal afflictions the STEPHENSPORT less Walls of Hardinsburg was in town Saturday Yandell Sargent has a position in G W Paynes store Mrs M L Roberts returned from Florida last week Miss Hattie Daniels of Louisville was in town Saturday John McCoy has moved his barber shop down on Water street Mrs W L Basham and daughter Eva wore in town Saturday- Mr and Mrs Brown of Louisville are guests of Mr Sam Gilbert Mr and Mrs Thomas Blaine went to Cloverport Saturday to visit relatives Born to the wife of Warren Dieck r IIVe pay uce for I 55c 65c and 70c endorse It 1 COL HOMER RIGGS 1 1 Col Homer RIggs Inspector General on the staff of the National Com mander of the Union Veteran Legion writes from tho Pension Bureau Washington U C as follows- I thank you very much for calling my atttontion to Peruna It is a pleasant and effective tonic cures and prevents colds and atarrhal affcc tlons and also acts upon the liver I can recommend it as a safe and roll able medicine past winter and have found Peruna most beneficial and commend it for what it has done for incR- elieves Mind and Body Mr G W Woodbury Rogers Ohio formerly Captain and Center of the Hiram College Basket Ball Team writesWhen body and mind alike wore weary and refused to work a few doses of Peruna restored lost strength and in vigorated quicker and more permanently than anything I know Recommends Peruna J Edwin Browne National Com mander Army and Navy Union of U S A 410 llth St N E Washington BC writesI no hesitation in endorsing your Peruna as a most efficient cure for catarrh My own experience and that of many friends who have been bene fited by its use recommend it to all per sons suffering from that complaint Peruna Tablets For two years Dr Hartman and his assistants have Incessantly labored to man April 1 a fine girlAnnie Nevitt Mrs A V Whitworth and Mrs Jas Shellman were in town Friday shop ping Mrs Will Dowell and children of Lodiburg were guests of Mrs G W Cayne last week Herbert Gilbert left Saturday for California to join his company that is stationed at San Francisce Mr and Mrs Harvey English Jr and little son James Harvey spent the day in town Friday the guests of their mother Mrs Belle Brawford Rev F R Roberts conducted the funeral services of James Severs of Union Star who was found dead in his woodhouse Tuesday evening Mrs Nancy Dowell celebrated her eightieth birthday April 3 Sht has create ana in tablet form and their strenuouslaborslravojustbeencrownedwith liquid medicines can now secure Pornna tablets These tablets represent the medicinal ingredients of Pernna and each tablet is equivalent to one average dose The Family Relics on Peruna A Howitt Nickerson Captain US Army Adjutant General on General McCooks staff writes from the Census Building Washington DO as follows ult affords me groat pleasure to com mend Peruna as a most excellent tonio with many medicinal qualities that as sist nature in overcoming the various ills with which the human family is often afflicted and is always in danger liAs a general thing I have been op posed to what are known as patent medicines but Peruna has long since overcome this feeling It isnowas ithas been for a long time a wellestablished family medicine with us upon which Jwe rely to give tired nature substantial restoration had reasonably good health this winter for one of her age and it is a pleasure to sit and talk with her though the years have left their traces on the dear old face and the once brown hair has turned to silver gray her memory is as bright as in her youthful days andwe trust she will be with us many more birthdays 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 congested blood away from pain centers These Tablets kno n by druggists as Dr Shoops Headache Tablets simply equalize the blood circulation amid then pain always departs in 20 minutes 20 Tablets 25 cents Write Dr Shoop Racine WIs for free package Sold by all dealers T SEEING IS 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