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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTI VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 15 1908 8 Pages NO 40 TIS THE OLD TIME RELIGION BLESSED MEETING BEING HELD AT THE METHODIST CHURCH- LARGECONGREGATlONSAND MANY WANTING TO BE SAVED NOTES OF THE REVIVAL lilts tlje old time religion that Rev Pat Davis and Rev B M Currie are stirring up in Cloverport and it is leak ing out of every Christians heart filled with love and prayer for the sinners The revival at the Methodist church is nightVrandThe congregations i at the afternoon services are larger than they have ever been in any previous revivals But Bro Davis says they are not for women only He wants more men and more sinners to attend Bro Davis loves children and does not believe in calling them IIkidsI He has organized a childrens choir and their sweet little voices ring clearly and softly through the auditorium The Ladies Reading Club and the Girls club will not meet again until the revival closes The young people post pone their skating parties until after church services Bro Davis and Bro Currie heartily appreciate the coopera tion that is being given them The Presbyterians attend the revival regularily and are taking much interestI in the services It is Graves is not here Rev and Mrs James Lewis are in daily attendance the meetings Bro Lewis called In the night service at the Baptist church Sunday for the revival Miss Ida White the organist has been using the piano as it is preferred by the majority for revival singing Miss Eva May leads the singing and is as faithful as Miss White But she had to get some one else to take her place before the service closed Sunday night which was willingly done by Miss Ray Heyer Sam J Baker of Patesville attended the afternoon service Saturday Mr Baker said that all of us have religion but many of us did not have enough of it People from the surrounding towns are attending the service The services are 230 oclock in the afternoon and 730 oclock at night Eli Dean Near Death Eli Dean is ill of consumption at the home of his father Ben Dean who is one of the most respected and best loved of the old colored men in the county Eli was just recently converted joiued the Baptist church and was baptized His sister Bettie and her husband John Martin arrived from Shelbyville Friday night to see him George A Dean was here from Chicago to see him about a week ago R LATER luformation has just beau received that Eli Dean colored passed away at the home of his father Ben J Dean Monday night Mr and Mrs Jesse Weatherholt have Jmoved to the Weatherholt home place addition on river street GREAT ROAD MAN MUST HAVE TIlE NEWS Chas Bother came Saturday to renew his subscription for the News He said ever since it had expired there was something lacking about his ftbme When he told Mrs Bohler that he would get the News for another year as soon as he came up town she saidflI wish you would There are two things Mr Bohler likes and takes money to get both they are the News and good roads A Nev Little Girl In Kansas The home of Mr and Mrs John Teter at Hutchinson Kans has been made happy by the arrival of a littl girl Nannie Pearl Kttthrine Mrs Teter was Miss Judith Brickey of this city before her marriage I FIFTY EIGHT DOLLARS Rev Lewis Has A Fine Missionary Service Sunday In This City At the Baptist church Sunday morning a splendid missionary service was held and 58 was subscribed for the State Home and Foreign Missions This is to be paid the fourth Sunday when Rev Lewis expects to make the payment as high as g60 The service was a most excellent one spiritualand beneficial to all present Little J Miss Louise Lewis and Adis Kramer sang a duet Mrs Procter Keith will take charge of the Sunbeams society for Mrs Heyser for a few months Little Arm Broken Louise Reid the two year old daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Clinton Reid fell from a chair Friday and broke her right arm They took her to a doctor immed iately and had it set DIES SUDDENLY Mrs Morris Sister of Miss Martha Miller Undergoes Fatal Operation Virginia Miller Morris wife of Mr C E Morris died April 3 fortyeight hours after undergoing an operation in an infiirmary at Batson Texas She was just twentyone years of age and was married to Mr Morris a little over a month ago in Owensboro The remains were brought to the home of her aunt Mrs Sherell at Glenville Ky and the funeral took place at the Baptist church there It was the largest attended funeral ever held at that place A wagon load of flowers was sent to the grave of the beloved young woman Besides her husband Mrs Morris is survived by one sister Miss Martha Miller of this city and four brothers Holie Diuel George and Thomas Miller Mrs Selby McCracken is making her plans to visit Mrs J O Witt in Cincinnati this summer I Loans and discounts 71 573 39 I Bonds 5 200 00II Overdrafts 221 05 Banking and lot 1 500 00 Furniture and fixtures 875 00 Cash and duo from other Banks and Cos 26 067 61 105 437 05 BEAUTIFYINGCLOVERPORT PEOPLE ARE CLEANING FRONT AND BACK YARDS MAKING ROOM FORTHEBEAUTIES- OF SPRING IN THIS CITY LOCAL PRIDE EVIDENT Spring is here dressed up in all its beauty The leavos are coming out in their fresh coats of green the flowers are beginning to take their places in dresses of gay colors and the four leaf clovers are jumping up through the blue grass Butas Mrs Newsom says how the dirt does grin back at you However there is some raking cleaning and painting going on in Cloverport and there will be more of such work after the meeting closes The people are busy trying to clean up their hearts and hands after which they intend to convert their homes into beauty spots and make their yards and streets more attractive Mrs George Jordan has had her house and yard beautifully cleaned and fixed up for the summer season Her lawn front is a pleasure to passers by who never fail to admire its well kept L Newsom is splendidly im improving his property in the West End which is occupied by Mrs Viola Jackson He iis having it painted and in the Bank of Clo port have been revarnished during the last week Sometime ago spring cleaning was done at the Breckenridge residents are sowing grass seed and are also planting flowers No finer rose bushes can be found in bnrg which isknown for its exquisite roses than are budding in the yard of Mrs Mattie Collins in the West End Mr and Mrs Tom Bphler are having their residence in the West End painted Mr Sam Brown has had the painters at work at the Home Bakery for several daysMr and Mrs John Burns improved their side walk Saturday by having the weeds pulled up that were along the fenceMr and Mrs Tom Tousey have gotten the brick for a pavement to be laid in front of their residence on rail road street The home of Mrand MrsM Popham has boon painted and handsomely im proved this spring The Chicago Post says A clean home is an attractive home A clean city is an attractive city and as good citizens we should all work to gether to keep our city clean and in this way make it more attractive and best of all a more healthy city in which to liveAn important feature in bringing about ideal conditions is earnest co operative neighborhood work This is best accomplished by the people band ing together in voluntary associations for this purpose In this way there is stirred up a feeling of local pride that always brings good results It tends to carry the housewifes idea of the backyards and vacant Condensed Statement o- fFarmersThe Bank I at close of business March 311908to Secretary of Stateka RESOURCES house Trust Total THEIR conditionDr repairedThe BankMany Hardins home- eleaninginto r LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 15 000 00 Surplus 2 700 00- UndivIded profits net 931 61 Due National Banks 118811 Deposits 85 617 33 I Total 105 437 05 The above report is correct JOHN D SHAW Cashier lots It also makes people more care ful about keeping their own premises neat and tidy Mr Dixon Moves Mr and Mrs Dave Dixon will leave this week for his native home LaRue county His health has been poor all winter and he thinks the change will benefit him Before leaving Brecken ridge he entered his name on the News list Blessed With Daughters At the home of Mr and Mrs M Hawkins a little daughter has made her arrival and the home of Mr and Mrs Jerry Landers was also blessed with a little girl 220000 Hancock Men Settling up 1906 Tobacco Crop With Mr Squires This City Tom Powers James Lynch Amos Corley and Sam J Baker progressive and prosperous farmers or Hancock county were in the city Saturday They were settling up with Barney Squires for their last lot of U06 tobacco It brought 950 and 650 and there were 220000 pounds The farmers were well satisfied with the pric- eCOMMENCEMENT DAY DRAWING NEAR KENTUCKY EDUCATOR OF NOTE TO DELIVER ADDRESS ONLY TWO PUPILS TO BE GRADUATED THIS YEAR SCHOOL NOTES OF INTEREST School wilt soon be out The scholars are looking forward to the last day when they can dress up recite their soeeches and best of allclose their books until next September To see how much some pupils have accomplished and how little others have applied them selves during the 0708 term just visit the school Prof Wroe and his as sistants welcome visitors and wish that more of the citizens and parent would come frequently to cheer them and the students in this great work ofeducation r 000 Arrangements are being tirade for the commencement exercises which are to take place Friday evening May 15 Prof Wroe and the school trustees have secured Dr A J Kinnaman Dean of Slate Normal Scliool at Bowling Green to deliver an address ou this occasion They are very fortunate to be able to get his services and Cloverport will ap preciate his visit The two graduates are Miss Alma Perkins and Mr Harold Murray 000 The members of the class of 00 are Misses Emelino Lewis and Reba Lewis Messsrs Louie Ditzenbach Virgil Bab bilge and James Burk This is the first junior class for years in which the boys have out numbered the girls should one of the fellows drop out during their senior year their fine record will be broken But the are determined to keep going 000- In the common school branches preparations are being made to take the connty examination Miss Patterson is working hard assisting the pupils in their review work and they are stuffing their brains Among those who will be examined are Frounie Dean Dollie Burk Gracy Wilson Mike Tucker Wallace Lewis Chadwick McCracken Addis Kramer Randell Weatherholt Milton Squires and Lawrence Lynch 000 Miss McGoy has decided to present herapplication to the trustees for another term of work in the intermediate department She has won the love of bet pupils and the respect of the people during her teaching here 000 Misses Margaret Wroe and Edith Burn have been most successful in working together in the primary depart ment Some of their little folks persist in pronouncing shipClboat however they have all learned their A B Cs and can spell cat and rat ooo Miss Hazel Holder a popular member- of the Sophomore class has missed several days at school on account of illness a s a ROYAL Baking PowdersThe only Baking Powder made with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar made from grapes Insures healthful and everyhomeevery Safeguards your food against alum and phosphate of lime Irvington I tems1Dr and Mrs Henry Nevitt of Stephen port are the gutat of Mr and Mrs Edd Elexandria W J Pifrgott and G X Lyeldmn spent Saturday in Harditwburg on a business trip Mr Arthur Suter cashier of the Custer Brunch Bank IB at his home at Owenton this week the guest of his parents Mr Everett Aahcraft has charge of the bank in the absence of Mr Suter A teacher training course has been organized in the Baptist church by the pastor Rev P H Harrington It is composed of about twelve members and they are all preparing to do some good and earnest work this year That will not only help them and the Sunday school but will effect their usefulness for life in all their church work Miss Rebecca Childs returned to her home near Brandenburg Saturday after being the guest of Miss Nannie Child Mrs Julia Brown of Guston was a visitor of relatives Saturday Ossie Shurman of Mauchport Ind is here papering and painting Mrs Lydia Jolly arrived Saturday from Louisville to spend the summer here We are glad to welcome her back Mr and Mrs L H Jolly will return this week from Louisville where they have been for a stay of a week Mrs Julia Clarkson and daughter Mrs H H Kemper spent Friday in Guston the guests of Mr and Mrs Gus Richardson Mrs Clarkson re turned to her home at Big Spring on Friday Mrs Robert Bell Mrs Sam Payne and daughterMias Eva Payne have re turned from Louisville Mr Mack Peyton of Louisville is here qn a short visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Frank Peyton The building erected on Railroad StM for a drug store several years ago by Mr Foster Lyons has been sold to Mr Jonas Lyons for 1400 and is being moved to another part of the city to be converted into a residence Mr and Mrs Fred Chamberlain of ClevelandOhiohave just returned front an extended stay in Florida and are now the guests of his father Mr Charlie Chamberlain Joe Piggott returned to IndiftmtpoHs Sunday after a visit to his parents Mr Fields Improving McCoy Fields who has been ill in Louisville n month having undergone an operation is improving He iit the brother of Mrs Lee Montgomery of Fordsville She and her husband have been with Mr Fields constantly during his illness Mr Tate Dead Mr George Tate passed awav at his home in Indiana across from Holts Bnt tom Saturday night He was eighty seven years of age nnd one of the oldest and best known men of that section of Indiana He was the grand father of Mrs Marion Weatherholt of this cityI who attended the funeral Monday Announcement Having boon asked by some of the stockholdors of tho Breckinridge Fair Association if 1 would servo as a director if elected I desire to make the following announcement BEING breeders of thoroughbred cattle and hogs and actively engaged in agricultural pur suits having about as much invested in the fair and be ing as large exhibitors as any other individuals my father and I are naturally very much interested in the success of our county fair For several years I have been sent to the International Live Stock Exhibition to many of the State Fairs and to the various County Fairs of our own state by the Agricultural Department of the State of Kentucky As there are nine directors to be elected and as this is a business matter in which I am interested and is in lino with my work as a member of the State Board of Agriculture I will accept a place on the Board of Directors and serve the interests of the stockholders of the Association to the best of my ability Very respectfully W R Moorman Jr a V T = I II The Fighting 1 r Chance Copyright 1906 by the Curtla Publishing Company Copyright 19i by Robert W Cnamton r iou question my definition of friend ship Miss Lanclls I should have let your question pass however keenly i touched me hnd It not also touched r him Now I am going to say some things which lie within the straight and narrow bounds I spoke of I newer knew n man I cared for as much as I care for Mr Slward I know why too Ho Is disinterested I do not believe ho wastes very man thoughts on me Perhaps he will I want him to like mo If Its possible But one thing you and I may be sur off he does not care to return th friendship 1 offer him ho will neve- accept anything else from me though ho might give at my request and tha- is the sort of a man he Is and that iIs why he Is every Inoh a man and so 1 like him Miss Landls Do you won der She did not reply liDo you wonder ho repeated sharply No she said Then Ho straightened up and the silent significance of his waiting attitude was plain enough to her But she shook hor head impatiently saying I dont know whose dance It Is and I dont care Please go on I- isis pleasant I like Mr Slward 1 like to hear men speak of him as you do I like you for doing It If you should ever come to care for my friendship that Is the best passport t Ityour loyalty to Mr Slward No man can truthfully speak other wieo than 1 have spoken he said gravely No not of these things But you know wwhat IsIs usually said when his name comes up among non Do you mean about his habits he asked simply Toe Is It not an outrage to drag In that sort of thing It angers uu intensely Mr Plank Why do they do It Is there a single one amour them qualified to criticise Mr Shard And besides It Is not true any more Is it what was once said of him with with some truth Is It The dull red blood mantled Planks heavy visage The silence grew grim as he did bis slow laborious thinking the while his eyes expressionless and almost opnmie In the dim light never left hers until under the unchanging taorelless Iwcdothe mask dropped for an Instant from her anxious face and be saw what he saw He was no fool What he had come to believe alie at last had only confirmed anal now the question became simple Was she worth enlightening And by what title did she demand bin confidenceYou t me It It Is true any more You mean about his habits If I answer you It Is because I cannot be indifferent to what concerns him But before I answer I ask you this Would your Interest In his fortunes matter to him She waited head bent then I dont Know Mr Plank very low Didi your Interest In his fortunes ever concern him Yes once He looked at her sternly his jaw squaring uiiMI his heavy under lip pro jected Within iny definition of friendship Is he your friend You menn he No I mean you I can answer for him How te It with you Do you return what lie gleIf there Is really friendship liotwcen you or do you tnke what he offers offering nothing In re turnShe had turned rather white under the direct Impost of the questions The jarring repetition of his voice It self was like time dull echo of distant blows Yet it never occurred to her to resent it nor his attitude nor his self assumed privilege She did not care yghe no longer cared what ho said to her or thought about her nor did shoII care that her mask had fallen at It was not what he was saying but what hot own heart repeated so heave ily that drove the color from her face Not he but flhe herself had become the pitiless attorney for the prosecution not his voice hut time clamoring con science within her demanded by what right slit irrdaI tide name of friendship to chamcteizc the late relations be tween her ddudl the man to whom she euirl 1tsllf- Heart Strength Heart strength or Heart Weakness means Nerve Strength or Nerve Weakness nothing moro Pos itively not one weak heart hi a hundred is in Itpelt actually diseased It is almost always a bidden tiny little nerve that really le all at fault This obscure nerve tho Cardiac or Heart Nerve simply needs and must have moro power lUlilllty more controlling moro governin- strength Without that the Heart must continue to fail and the stomach and kidneys also have these same controlling nerves This clearly explains why as a medicine Dr OOPS Restorative has hi the past done so mUch souahtUleIng heart distress Dr Snoops Restorative thu popular prescription is airItto these llRRrenifb6lllII you would have strong Hearts strong dtgestlon strengthen these SMrvM nMtaulib taeia as nooded with Dr Shoops RestorativeALL By ROBERT w- CIIAMBERS I Then a bitter Impatience swept her hadtset her foot on the fallen mask and the Impulse rendered her reckless Why dont you speak sho said caretfor him as much as you do Why dont you answer mo I tell you I care for him I voiceyThen help me out If you can for 1 dont know what to do and If I did I friendshipe Yorkehisrhome the servants suppose he is still alonetand sick sick of his old sickness I saw him and Plank rested his head on his hand dropping his eyesand he didnt know me II do not think he will remember that he met me or that I spoke And I could do nothing absolutely nothing And I dont know where he is lIe will go home after awhile I call every day to see see what can bo done but if ho were there I would not know what to do When he does go home I wont know what to say what to try to do And questiontMiss Laiidis I give It because you say you cure for him as I do Will you advlso me what to do you who are more entitled than I am to know the theofriendship which he has as yet not ac corded to me But Sylvia dry eyed dry lipped could find no voice to answer and aft er a little while they rose and moved through the fragrant gloom toward the sparkling lights beyond Her voice came back as they entered the brilliant rooms I should like to find Grace Ferrall sho said very distinctly Please keep the oth ers off Mr Planl- eIileetwoodluulmssed his dance with hor but she scarcely heard his eager complaints Qunrricr coldly inquir ing confronted them was passed al most without recognition and left be hind motionless looking after thorn out of his narrowing black fringed eyes of a woman Then Fcrmll carne and hearing his voice she iiised hor colorless face Will you take me home with you Komp when you take Grace she askedOf course I dont know where Grace is Are you in a hurry to go Its only 4 oclock They were at the entrance to the sup per room tlnimk drew up a chair for her and she sank down dropping her elbows on the small table and resting her face between her fingers Pegged out Sylvia exclaimed Fer rail incredulouslyl You Whats the younger set coming to and he mo tioned a servant to 011 her glaes But sho pushed It aside with a shiver and gave Plank a strange look which he scarcely understood at the moment More caprices All sorts of em on the programme muttered Forrall looking down at her from whore he stood beside Plank 0 tompora 0 Sylvia Plank would you mind hunt- Ing up my wife Ill stay and see that this Infant doesnt fall asleep But Sylvia shook her head saying Please go Kemp Im a little tired thats all When Grace is ready Ill leave with her And at her gesture Plank seated himself while Forrall shrugging his square shoulders saun tered off In quest of his wife stopping a moment at a neighboring table to speak to Agntlia Caithness who sat there with Captain Voucher the collar of suporb diamonds and aquamarines on her slender throat a pale blaze of splendorPlank was hungry and ho said so In his direct fashion Sylvia nodded and exchanged a smile with Agatha who olcoIlror desultory conversation particularly when anybody to whom she owed an explanation hove darkly in sight on the horizon But Planks appetite was in proportion to the generous lines on which nature had fashioned him and she paid less and loss attention to con vention and a trifle more to the beauty of Agathas jewels until the silence at the small table in the corner remained unbroken except by the faint tinkle of silver and crystal and the bubbling hiss of a glass refilled Major Bolwother his white fluffy chop whiskers brushed rabbit fashion peeped in at the door started to tiptoe out again caught sight of them and came trotting back beaming rosy ef fusion He leaned roguishly over the table Lily moist eyes atwlukle with suppressed mirth then bestowing a saidgvery plainly Im up to ono of my Ir repressible jokos again ho held up n smooth white and overmanlcured fore fingerI was in Tiffanys yesterday he said and I saw a young man in there who didnt see me and I peeped over his shoulder and what do you think ho was doing Sho lifted her eyes a little wearily- I dont know she said I do he chuckled He was choos ing a collar of blue diamonds and iquamarlnes tehe probably to wear himself tehe Or perhaps ho was go Are You- Regular j 7 If you are not it Is a sign of disease a sign of some hidden female trouble that tray be under mining and weakening your con stlfutlon and laying up for you much future suffering Many thousands of weak Ir regular suffering women have la the past 58 years been greatly benefited or cured by the use df that well knowa successful1 purely vegetable female toalc and cura tire remedy WINE OF CARDUIWOMANS i Apple Q Barnes of Alto Tex writes I caught cold which made me Irregular and gave me pains In my shoulders and sides For almost 2 weeks I could not lift a chair Cardul brought me all right again I have no more pains and am in very good healthAt All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating age and describing symp toms to Ladies Advisory Dept Tho Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn E 34 ing to be married hehehe next win ter ahem next November haha I dont know Im sure what he meant to do with that collar 1 only Something in S has eyes stopped him and following their direction he turned around to find QuarrIer stand ing at his elbow icy and expressionless Oh said the aged jester n little disconcerted Im caught talking out in church I sec It was only a harm less little fun Howard liDo you mean you saw mo asked Quarrior pale as a sheet You are In error I have not boon in Tiffanys III mouths Bclwothcr crestfallen under the white menace of Quarrlors face noil ded and essayed a chuckle without successSylvia at first listless and uninter ested looked inquiringly from the ma jor to Quarrior surprised at the sup prossod feeling exhibited over so trivial a gauchcrle If Quarrior had chosen a collar like Agathas for hor what of it But as ho had not on his own statement what did it matter Why should ho look that way at the foolish major to whoso garrulous gossip he was accustomed and whoso inability to refrain from prying was notorious enoughTurning disdainfully she caught a glimpse of Planks shocked and al l tered face IIt relapsed Instantly into the usual inert expression mind a queer uncomfortable perplexity began to In vade her What had happened to stir up these three men Of what Impor tance was nn Indiscretion of an oldI gentleman whose fatuous vanity ntHII consequent blunders everybody WitSI familiar with And after nil 11owI and hail not bought anything at Tif fanys lIe said so himself limit ItI was evident that Agatha had chanced on the collar that Bolwother thought he saw somebody else cxamlnlngI She turned and looked nt the dealllI white neck of the girl The collar was wonderfllln miracle of pale fire AndI Sylvia musing let her thoughts run on drearily eyes brooding She was glad that Agathas moans permitted hot now to have such things It hudI boon understood for some years thatI tho Caithness fortune was in rather unI alarming condition Howard had been able recently to do a favor or two for old Peter Caithness She had heard time major bragging about it Evidently I Mr Caithness must have Unproved the chance If ho was able to present such gems to his daughter And now somebody would marry her Perhaps Captain Voucher perhaps oven Alder done perhaps ns rumor had it now Eileen Shannon and then Plank might venturo into tho arena Poor Plank More of a man than people understood She under too4L She I likeIberjacross her eyelids and forehead look- Ing up and around The major awl Howard had disappeared Plank beside her sat staring stupidly into his empty wineglass Isnt Mrs Ferrall coming she said wearilyPlank gathered his cumbersome bulk and stood up trying to see through the entrance Into the ballroom After a moment ho said Theyre in there talking to Marion Its a good chance to mako our adieus As they passed out of the supper room Sylvia paused behind Agathas chair and bent over her Tho collar is beautiful she said and so are you Agatha And with a little im gazeiwf Plank moving ponderously past on Kylvlas heels If youll find Leila Im ready at any time she said carelessly and re Ruined her teteatete with Voucher who had plainly been annoyed at the InterruptionFerrall his wife and Sylvia wore making their adieus to Marion tumid her mother when Plank carne up and he too took that opportunity Later Sylvia passing through tho great hall shrouded in silk and ermine turned to offer him her hand saying In n low voice I am at home to you do you understand Always she added nervously lie looked utter her with an unconscious sigh unaware that anything in himself had claimed her respect CHAPTER TEN 4 oclock on the following Mrs Mortimers IOUT who had almost finished lng mid dressing her mis tress hair was called to the door bra persistent knocking which at first sine land been bidden to disregard- It was Mortimers minim desiring to know whether Mrs Mortimer could rev come Mr Mortimer at once on matters of Importance No said Leila petulantly Tell Mullins to say that I cannot see any hotly And catching a glimpse of tho shadowy Mullins dodging about the dusky corridor What Is the mat ter Is Mr Mortimer ill But Mullins could not say what the matter might be and lie went away only to return in a few moments bear lug a scratchy note froth his master badly blotted and still wet and Loila with a shrug of resignation took the blotched scrawl daintily between thumb and forefinger and unfolded It Behind her tho maid twisting up the masses of dark fragrant hair rend the note very easily over her mistress shoulder It ran without prelimi naries Im going to talk to you whether you like It or not Do you understand that 7 If you want to know whats the matter with me youll find out fast enough Fire that French girl out before I arrive She closed time note thoughtfully folding and double folding it into n thick wad Time link had come off dis coloring her huger tips She dropped the soiled paper on tho floor and hold out her hands plump fingers spread And when the maid had hushed re moving the stains and mind repollshed time pretty hands her mistress sipped her chocolate thoughtfully nibbled a bit of dry toast then motioned tho meld to take the tray and her depar tare leaving her the cup A few minutes later Mortimer came in stood a moment blinking around tho room then dropped into a seat sullen inert tine folds of his chin crowded out on his collar his heavy abdomen cradled on his short thick legs He laid been freshly shaved Arc you ill V aslicd his wife eooUU linen and cloth ing were spot less yet tho man looked un cleanSave for the network of purple veins in his face there was no color there none in his lips Event his flabby hands were the hue of clay Are you 1111 asked his wife coolly No not very Ive got the jumps Whats that Tea Ugh Its choco late Push It out of sight will you 1I can smell it Loila set tine delicate cup on a table behind her What time did you return this morning she asked stifling a yawn- I dont know about 5 or 0 How tho devil should I know what time 1 came in- Sitting there before the mirror of her dresser she stole a second glance at his marred features in the glass The loose mouth the smeared eyes the palsy like tremors that twitched the hands where they tightened on the arms of his chair became repulsive to tho verge of fascination Sho tried to look away but could not You had better see Dr Grisby she managed to say Id better see you thats what Id botter do he retorted thickly Youll do all the doctoring I want And I want it all right Very well What is it Ho passed his swollen hand across his forehead What is it ho repeated Its tho limit this time if you want to know Im all in- Roulette raising her eyebrows without Interest Tcs rouTetto loo Everything They got mo upstairs at Burbanks The games crooked Every box every case every wheel every pack Is crooked crooked crooked by God he burst forth In a fever struggling to sit upright his hands always tighten ing on the arms of the chair Its nothing but a creeping Joint run by n bunch of handshakers IIllStuttering choking stammering Im precations his hoarse clamor died away after awhile She sat there head bent silent Impassive acquies cent under tho physical and mental strain to which she had never become thoroughly hardened How many suet scenes had she witnessed She could not count tnem They differed very little in detiil and not at all in their ultimate object which was to get what money sho had This was hip method of reimbursing himself for his losses Ho made an end to his outburst aft er awhile Only his dreadful fat breathing now filled the silence and supposing he had finished she found her voice with an effort- I am 8017 It comes at a bad time as you know A bad time he broke out violently How can it come at any other sort of tune With us all times are Lad lf this Is worse than the average it cant be helped We are In it for keeps this time We Yes we he repeated but his fact had grown ghastly and his uncertain eyes were fastened on hers In the mir ror What do you l1Ienu1ctly1 she asked turning from the divs to confront him lie made no effort to answer An ex- pressIon of dull fright was growing on his visage as though for the first tIme he had begun to realize what had I hnppencdiShe saw It and her heart quickened but she spoke disdainfully Well I am ready to listen as usual How much do you want lIe made no sign His lower lip hung loose Ills eyes blinked at her What is It she repeated What have you been doing How much have you lost You cant have lost very much We hadnt much to lose If you have given your note to any of those gamblers It Is a slmmc shame Leroy look at me You promised me n your honor never to do that again Have you fed after all the times 1 have helped you out stripped myself denied myself put off tradesmen faced down creditors After all I have done do you dare come here and ask for more ask for what I have not gotwith net one bill settled not one servant paid since December Leila IIve gotto tell you What she demanded appalled by the change In his face If he was overdoing it he was overdoing It realistically enough IIve used Planks check he mumbled and moistened his lips with his tongue She stared back at him striving i comprehend Planks she repeated slowly Pnks check What check What do you mean Tho one he gave you last night to pay his bridge losses and forgot to 1111 in Time ono he But you couldnt How could you It was not filled In I filled It Her fawning horror was reacting on him as it always did like a fierce tonic and his own courage came back fin a sort of sullen desperation You you are trying to frighten me Leroy she stammered You are try ing to make me do something give you what you want force me to give you what you want You cant fright en me The check was made out to ntoto my order How could you have used It if I lead not Indorsed It I indorsed It Do you understand that ho SiId savagely No I dont Because if you did its forgery I dont give a what you think it Is ho broke in fiercely All Im worried over is what Plank will think I didnt mean to do it I didnt dream of dainc JL When L SIHE UiaJu ieck Continued on Page Seven KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryII II1 AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED Miller Brick Tile Co1 Incorporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v v Main Office Rooms 8 and 10 I 0 O F Building Owensboro Kentucky Meal and Feed at Mortons Mill We have just put in late improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner FOR ALL KINDS OF FoundryMachine MachineBoiler Electrical J Gasoline Boat 11Tin and Galva nized Work Plumbers Mill Boat and Tin ners SuppliesCome Gloverport Foundry Machine Go Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Correspondence Solicited 4 bC StylishComf able Ta r made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes Made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Expert tailois employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May S Co Cannelton Ind RtitRiMNtY tNRINR8- I t1 RHls YOUNG MEN AND LADIES OF AMBITION WANTED TO I LEARN TELEGRAPHY I before mand for Telegraph Operators Over thoHnllroadshour law passed by last Congress and going Into effect next March We Absolutely Guarantee Positions Under a 150 Ouaranty Bond Salaries range from 5SS to SOO per month for beginners Wo have standing con Under Main Line Wire 250 miles In length in our schoal rooms Established over oxpensesCatalogreo NATIONAL CINCINNATI TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE I W IF it is the surest and safest place you want to have your watchrepaired go to T C LEWIS ho knnws how and does as he knows IIe has one of the finest collections of beautiful uptodateJEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices goldand silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Come he is glad to welcome you and give you satisfaction T C Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky H DeH riOORMAN Attorney at Law- ttARDINSBURO KY thOCourtstIer Special attention given to collections LicencetoOffice over Bank of Hardlnsburjr 1 Al J H NOTED ROAD EXPERT D Ward Kings Connection With Move For Better Highways BEGAN CAMPAIGNING IN 1902 Split Log Drag Work Started In 1896 Rise of the Device to Fame Marked by Several Opportune Accidents How Railroads Took It Up Copyright 1908 by D Ward King In closing this series of articles I am requested to write a brief history of my connection with the movement for better roads The road problem be gan to engage my attention very soon after I came to Missouri which was in 1879 The split log drag work which start ed In 1890 received a certain amount of notice from the public in 189S or 1899 but nothing was done by me pub licly until December 1901 when I addressed the rtatc meeting of the Missouri Good Roads association at Chilllcothe My campaigning commenced In April or May 1902 under the direction of our state board of agriculture and I have worked with It more or less ever since In the fall of 1902 when the board opened Its regular series of In stitutes I addressed them and In the next few years I visited Indiana Ohio Michigan and Nebraska traveling for variousNntesI In spite of the fact that I live within thirty miles of Iowa and Kansas I D WARD KINO was for years balked in my efforts to start the road drag movement there r bruise of the lack of a central Insti l hILl authority in those states a weakness which has since been remedied Now Wallaces harmer of Des Moines la had given considerable space to the King drag so I wrote to Its editor asking advice My letter to him was brought to time notice of Gen eral Manager Alsliton of the Chicago and Northwestern leading to the spe clal train campaign over the North westerns Iowa lines in the spring of 1905 The Burlington carried on a similar campaign the same fall and in the following winter we had the pleasure of seeing a road drag law passed by the Iowa legislature The rise of the road drag to fame has been marked by a number of op portune accidents each of which has had an Iiillueuce on the outcome In fact as I stated in a previous article the inception of the King drag system I was itself largely accidental And the success of my letter to Mr Wallace was another Instance being due to time accidental coming together of Messrs Wallace antI Aisuton In a Des Moines j bank they never having met before At the bank the conversation drifted to corn and Mr Alshtou went to Mr Wallaces ollice to see some fine sam ples By chance my letter lay open on the desk as they passed and Mr Wallace remarked There Mr Aishton Is a matter In which you and all railroad men ought to take an active Interest Mr Alshtou gave heed and began an Investigation which ended In my cn gjtfeinent to make the tour of his road inAprilAnother such occurrence which connects later on with the one Just re lated had Its beginning when the brother of our rural free delivery car rier visited hIm In 1902 This brother accompanied our carrier over the I FORM RHEUMATISM BACKACHEPAIN DISTRESS IN STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESS r gelJed rural mull route autf what tIp at 1st far the the low The The 3a will by Dr of life n Dr the of tle the la In SIJ a It HeadacheFACTS I dacheFACTS I I I AND FANCIES Features of Smart Cos Effects and Drapery are the most Important fashionable costume such effects many re employed Coat effects gracefully on the fijj to a point low on with long hanging tabs and all the devices dressmakers are brought fichu effects and shawl so much In vogue one fashioned fringed while china silk shawls would Its owner It could first match the color of the as a tunic on a illustrated is made I I SHIRT WAIST 3S86 this serviceable shirt waist seven sizes from 32 to 41 Send 10 cents to this 3836 and It will be to you by mall threequarter sleeves and a lining To arrange of a shirt waist at the women put a narrow a facing and draw after the skirt Is on ad right place JUDIC CIIOLLET get prompt and lasting Dr Shoops Night Cure healing antiseptic sup full iuformation how to gly told of in my for women The book medical advice Simply write Dr Shop for my book No I Sold Underdog does not arise wholly you find underdogs in of the mighty but from of rand which Is in may know the underdog negative attitude an ab a denial of superior air of seeing the humor a droll hint of a wink discomfiture Some of do make time mistake something else They front and In a of favor and fortune hot even In that the tall may be observed S Atlantic Early Risers time pills Sold by all Tiled Roads appears that our whole to be made available constructed by what dubbed time petrol thlc the Los Angeles Times a country road a chauf to remark I have kinds of roads but that roller beats down the I ever traveled over mileage now under con process It would ap general public heartily of the driver quotII DOES NO MM BUT MUCH GOOD Recipe Is Easi y Prepared At Small Cost And Many Swear By It Mix the following by shaking well inn bottle and take in teaspoonfiil l doses after meals and at bedtime Fluia Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces A local druggist iis the author ity that these simple harmless ingredients can be obtained at nominal cost from our home druggists The mixture is said to cleanse and strengthen the clogged and inactive Kidneys overcoming Backache Blad der weakness and Urinary trouble of all kinds if taken before the stage of Brights disease Those who have tried this say it pos itively overcomes pain in the back clears the urine of sediment and regu lates urination especially at night curing even the worst forms of bladder weaknessEvery or woman here who feels that the kidneys are not strong or act ing in a healthy manner should mix this prescription at home and give it a trial as it is said to do wonders for many persons The Scranton Pa times was first to print this remarkable prescription in October of 1906 since when all the leading newspapers of New York Bos ton Philadelphia Pittsburg and other cities have made many announcements of it to their readers TIIE LAST MAN SHAVED IAn Explanation by the Barber That Did Not Quiet His Nerves There were five of us hunting nail fishing III time Queensland bush when one rainy day n stranger appeared He said he was a tramp barber and as moue of us lord been shaved for a fort night wo gave him half a days work About Tour hours after ho had left us a humid of six inun rode up and the lender inquired If we had seen a tall roughly dressed man pass that way Ve told him of tho barber and ho looked from mat to man nod ox claimed Jowl gracious but you are all freshly shaved Yes we gave the barber a Job And he shoved ench ono of you lIe did and did it woll Boys do you hear that shouted the man as lie turned to his compan- Ions What of it asked one of our party Why he went insane yesterday and cut a mans throat In his barbers chair over at Uimdllht and were after him to put him in an asylum They rode away at a gallop and next morning returned to our camp with the man who had been captured after a hard fight and was tied on his horse He seeped to remember us when lie was given a drink of water and as he handed the cup back he quietly ob servedI gentlemen please excuse mo I meant to finish off tho last man who got shaved but I got to thinking of something else and it slipped my mlndCllpe Times Gentle and Effective A wt+ ll known Mnnitobs editor write As an inbide worker I find Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets inval uable for the touches of bil ousness natural to sedentary life their action being gentle and effective clearing the digestive tract and the head Price 2Cc Sample free Severs Drug Co BIG SPRING Miss Zelma Strother was in Brandenburg last week and was accompanied house by Mrs J II Strothec who had spent the previous week there the guest of her Aunt Mrs Geo Casperke and other relatives Mrs Julia Clarkson spent last week in Irvington with her daugh ter ills 1111 Kemper DRM i PILLS NEURALGIASCIATICA V TAKE ONE = b of the Little Tablets AND THE PAIN is GONE I Miss Edna Dowell is visiting her I cousin Miss Connie Dowell nt Vine Grove Mr Glass of Louisville was here and bought three or four head of horses Mr and Mrs II Meyer re turned home ten days ago Richard McConnell of Prince ton is here visiting his father Rev McConnell John D Meador was in Louis ville last week and was accompanied home by his wife and children who have been there for several weeks Dr Strother attended meeting of the Muldraughs Hill Medical Society at Elizabethtown Thurs day Miss Zelma Strother is visiting Mr and Mrs A P Farnsley in LouisvilleRev R Kasey of Columbia was here and took his mother home who has been here ill at her brother T R Moorman since last November Mr Frank Hardin who has a position with a mercantile company at Herba Junction Tex arrived home last Saturday and willremain until the coal strike is settledas he is with a coal com panyJames Harned soldtl tract of land containing ninetyfour acres to Sum Arms A gentleman spoke here Thurs day afternoon in behalf of the orgttuized i members A B Suter of Custer was here Thursday evening the guest of Miss Goldie Ilardin I The Best Cure For Colic In Horses Colic is usually the result of indinjj tin caused by sudden changes of feed too long fasting food given when the horse iis exhausted new hay or grain or large quantities green feed 1Every1 Slana Sure Colic Cure in his stable as an insurance against colic for an attack 6f colic is liable to come on without warning at any time and Sloans Sure Colic Cure is the safest and beat remedy to use It acts instantly on the stomach and bowels and can be given by a woman or a childIII I cured a horse with colic that had been treated by a good veterinary surgeon for fortyeight hours writes Mr R A Pierce of Cohutta Springs Ga The horse was about dead and the owner said he wouldnt take five cents for him I gave him three doses of Sloans Sure Colic Cure and he was up and eating hay in ten minutes Mr Prescott Subscribes Among the large number of subdscribers for the News last week was JtlR Prescott of Glundeane He came to 1theI News office Mr Prescott is a died in the wool democrat and a great reader Rheumatic Pains Relieved Mr Thos Stenton postmaster of Pontypool Ont writes For the past eight yeas I suffered from rheumatic pains ami during that time I used ninny different liniments and remedies for the cure of rheumatism Lust summer I procured a bottle of Chamberlains Puiii Balm and gilt more relief from it than anything I have over used and cheerfully recommend this liniment to all sufferers from rheumatic pain For sale by Severs Drug CoCHouse Burns The home of Joseph Russell which was situated near Tar Springs burned Wednesday night All the household furnishings were also destroyed If you hav- eHeadache Try One d They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no bad Aftereffects 25 Doses 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulk psffiJJjflp t 7- I 4 The a Louisville E Times I i is the livest afternoon paper published anywhere It prints the news right up to the min ute Four or more editions every day The regular price of The Times is 5 a year but you can get th- eBreckenridge News AND THE- Louisville Tmes Both One Year For E 500 If you will send your order to this paper NOT to The Times HARNED Don Payne and Jeff Whitworth have returned 40111 Mnttoon 111 workIfrom Louisville Sunday the guost of his parents Mr and Mrs John VeatherfordWesley and Sandy Djivls from Clovcrport were hero the guests of friends and rolativos Rev Duggins has moved his store to tit old Postofllco nonr the depot Percy Mach returned home Thursday from Irvington whoro he closed his school DONT EXPERIMENT You Will Mike No Mistake If You Follow This Cloverport Citizens Advice Never neglect your kidneys- If you have pain in the back urinary- isorders dizziness and norvousttessits to act and no time to experiment are all symptoms of kidney trouble and you should seek a remedy which is known to cure the kidneys Doans Kidney Pills in the remedy to use No need to experiment It hM cured many stubborn cases in Clover port Follow the advice of a Clover port citizen and be cured yourself- J H Wills Judge of Police Court living on High St Cloverport Ky says I have no hesitancy in pro nouncing Doans Kidney Pills the belt remedy I have ever known and I take pleasure in recommending this sterling remedy to other persons suffering from disordered kidneys It will be a pleasure me to answer any questions about Doans Kidney Pills at any time I procured them at Fishers drug store For sale by all dealers Price SO cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo etitr York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansttnt take no other Mr Farber Better John Farber who was shot by Joist Beavin continues to improve During his illness he has been the recipient at much kindness from his friends who have visited him and sent him flowers One Touch of Nature Makes the Whole World Kin When a rooster finds a big fat worm he calls alt the hens in the farm yard to come and share it A similar trait of human nature is to he observed when a man discovers something exceptionally goodire wants all his friends and neighbors to share the benefits of his discovery This is the touch of nature that makes tine whole world kiu This explains why people who have been Remedywritepublication that others similarly ailing may also use it and obtain relief Behind every one of these letters is a warm hearted wish of the writer to bo of use to someone else This remedy is for sale by Severs Drug Co jcz = CO NEWS at the end of year od for at the rate of IITIIBRECKENRID6E cents per line Money it 1908 is not correct should please give SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTE REPORT Benificial Meeting Held at Irving ton by Christian Workers Good Papers Read Mr Vaughn and Other Speakers There INCLEMENT WEATHER PREVAILS ati The Sunday School IInstitute held Irvington April 8th opened with the long I Love to Tell The Story Prayer ly Rev F H Farriugton Song Onwimrd Christian Soldiers after which Rev Farrington quoted sev eral passages that were very helpful Prayer by Rev Ben F Wilson Work iu the elementary grades by Mrs W J Pigg twas very practical and helpful if put iulo practice by schools in this county woul make them mote efficient and thorough Mr W Q Vaughn addressed the Institute and emphasized the importance of memorizing scripture Song by congregation Institute adjourned until I p m with prayer by Rev Famngton Afternoon session opened with a song followed by Rev Farringtoa who ably discussed Teachers Training He laid there are four things every teacher should know First He should know something Second ITe should see something Third He should be something FourthHe should do something S 0 Dowell not responding Mr Vaughn said on the topic The object of the Teachers Meeting the firttobject should be to study the manner of presenting the htson Rev K W Graves on Education for Salvation to Service said he thought the teacher should btu educated to be the heat and most efficient soul winner Mrs Piggot gave her class drill which showed thorough training by their effici ent teacher after which the secretary of the class presented each pupil with a beautiful ribbon book mark male of the rainbow colors Prof Joel H Pile being absent Mr Vaughn made a short talk on Visitation1 Mrs S P Parks spoke on Home Department and Cradle Roll asked how may we reach the members who live in the country To which Mrs Pig got replied by personal letter which would be well for each school to practice Mr Vaughn said each school should be graded and bave its work ystematic iliv arranged Song Stand Up For Jesus Rev B F Wilson in speaking on Temperance and Mission said the Sunday School lesson taught without Temperance and Missions iis not the wor 1 of God The following superintendents were appointed OrganizUion Mrs J R Wimp Irvington Ky Intermediate grades Miss Ada B Henderson Webster Ky Institute adjourned with song Praise God followed by benedic tion The evening session opened with song Lead Kindly Light Devotional by Rev B1r Wilson Mr Vaughn made a very practical nnd impressive talk on The Awaken ingOwing to the rain few workers were present but all were very enthusiastic aud seethed to thoroughly enjoy the work LOVELY CHARACTER Mrs Whitlock Formerly of Ilawesville Dies In Indianapolis Mrs F B Whitlock formerly Miss Anna Hennen daughter of Mrs M H Hannen of this city died at her home in Indianapolis yesterday morning tar an iljnem of several weeks of Brights disease At the time of her death she was surrounded by her mother husband and brother Mr Alfred Hennen of Cincinnati and other friends The remains will arrive in Hawesville tonight Thursday and the interment will occur in the Hawtsville Cemetery at 10 a m Friday Mrs Whitlock was married several years ago and the husband and a little fouryearold daughter survive The deceased was a lovely character a true Christian lady and was most popular with all her old home people who grieve her departure Hancock Clarion L II St L Notes 125 Louisville aud return Sunday April 26th on morning trains good to return saUlt dayS 1N HALL of Frank WqlIBRM was here last week in the interest of Fairbanks and Bruner I Mr Ball is the HUby position Secretarys attending Tan Shoes hosiery popular for men women children Broad Belts ribbons girdles gloves to match what fashion select materials prices only man from Urecki n ri olding an au t ont under the new administration It to him he says without solicitation and- h is indebted to ir Brunersec rerary of for it He i- snotfilhting Tuft or Heaver in but he would for Irisi friends to stand the men thatI W s stood by him Sherman iis makiug good in his I in the office close ly to his duties and doing his best to I make a Hud efficient officer all of which his friend will he glad to know are now and See our and are Wo offer nt low came State like good LOUISVILLEPRESBYTERY ANNUAL MEETING TO BE HELD AT 1RVINQTON NEXT WEEK REV FITZHUGH OF LOUISVILLE WILL DELIVER OPENING SERMON TEN COUNTIES REPRESENTED Irvington Ky April 14Special- The Presbytery of Louisville U S A will convene at Irvington in the Presby terian church on April 2i at 730 p m The opening sermon will be preached by Rev O M Fitzhugh of Louisville- On Wednesday at 11 30 a m the Sacrament of the Lords Supper will be observed On Wednesday evening at 730 the report on foreign missions will be read by Dr Peyton Hoge of Pewee Valley followed by an address on missions by the Rev William P Thurs ton of Owensboro The Presbytery of Louisville embraces about ten counties with thirty two churches and twenty one ministers The coming meeting is the secondsince the union of Cumberland Presbyterians church and the Presbyterian church U S A HARDINSBURG Mr Bonsib the Flying dutchman of Indianapolis lectured on prohibition at the M E church Sunday night He predicts national prohibition within twelve years W S Ball of Fraukfort was here several days last week Born to Mr and Mrs S A Pate Tuesday April Z a boy Mrfc P Morris Beard will give an egg hunt Saturday afternoon at the picnic grounds for the benefit of her ju venile Missionary Society the Jewels and home guards Ten cents admis sion will be charged Mr and Mrs Marvin Beard Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard and Rev and Mrs E B English were in Louisville last weekA special song service will be given at the 11 E church South Sunday night These services under the direction of Mrs Blanche Read are very enjoyable and a crowded house greets the choir upon these occasions A tacky skating party will be given at the rink Thursday night of next weekMiss Verbal McMullin of Henderson lint been chosen principal of the pub lic school for next year Misses Willie ChambliM and May Watlington are the assistants A fourth teacher may be selectedProf Driskell who has taught here for several years will return to Harned to teach next fall T A Witt has bought John Lewis stock and rented his blacksmith shop and will make a specialty of fine horse shoeing His collection of homemade shoes for diseased feet for roadsters and for tho prevention of incorrect stepping is worth any horsemans attention I Frank Dellavon has purchase of M H Beard administrator a lot on the street leading to the depot for 5100 and will At once begin the erection of a two story dwelling The lot is between Lee Walls and the Guthrie property and is a beautiful site The stockholders of the Itreckenridge Fair Association held a meeting Satur day and adjourned until the first Sat urday when they will meet again In the meantime the charter will be amended so as to permit an earlier election of the Dour 1 of Directors An I early election will enable them to get to New Spring Styles Correctly Car= ried Out at Jollys Irvington Ky FASHION HINTS Colored Linen Coats will be worn with white linen skirts this Spring nnd Summer Wo have dress linens in nil shades Innd most line demands idge Suits and Furnishings Get your now suit tie and shirt to harmonize Wo have tho suits tics etc in the best styles Furniture Etc Put your house in order Get new beds bedding furniture etc for spring Uro can assist you in this undertaking I Drders fOr GrOCerieS and Hardware gven immediate attention Mail orders solicited I We pay I cash for- Produce t n JV I SEEING IS BELIEVINGWe have just returned from St Louis where we bought a splendid line of SHOES best quality best make and best price We know what we are talking about Seeing is believing Come in and let us tell you more about them E E GLASSCOCK ttflour 55c 65c and 70c GLASSCOCK CO GENDEANE KY 4 Y1 r AA CustomersSatisfied T If you want to be satisfied U 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 before you bu- yMaryI Snyder GAH FIELD KY LIJ I I work in time to insure the very best re sults in the fair following- A number of Hardimburg people will leave next week for Oklahoma Texas and New Mexico for a two weeks trip Paul Compton has gone to Colorado on n business trip A force of men are this week putting the finishing touches of work on Jeff Hooks concrete elevator which was built last year Dr Milton Board spent Sunday with his family here Jas F Jarboe of Chenault was in town Monday Fletcher Mercer of Constantino qual ifled Monday as road foreman in the fifth magisterial district But two marriage licenses have been issued this month J D Wells and Dezzidi Overtoil J T Adams and Eleanor Dowell Arthur Goodman was here Monday from Fonlsville on his way to Hodgen vilie Mr Goodman has a big con tract for gradiug aud doing other work on the Lincoln Park in LaRue county In a few years the old Abraham Lin cola birthplace will be a beautiful parkII visted by tourists from all parts United States Mr Goodman will soon put a score of teams at work on his contract SIOo Reward SI00 The readers of this paper will be pleased to loam that thereispit least one dreadful dis ease Unit science has been able to cure In all Its staffed aUld that In Catarrh lHalls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive curt now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a con stltutlonal disease requires u constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system thereby des troying the foundation of the disease and KlvliiK the patient strength by building upI the constitution and assisting nature In Ing Its work The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they oifcr One Hundred Dollars for any case it falls to euro Send for list of testimonials Address IrJ Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists T5c Take hulls Family Pills for constipation Henderson IRoute 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 rates to local points good to return Sunday Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L L H St L Reduced Rates One way Colonist rates to California April30thto West and Southwest February 4 to 18 March 3 and 17 Republican State Convention Louisville flay 6IFor this occasion a round trip from Cloverport May 5 and 6 Good to return May 9 Miss Tida Mercer and Miss Bettie Taylor of Custer arrived here Monday CONTAINS ENNEBYSMothers = for- Produce Cabbage 4 zc- Pound r SOFT DRINKS1 j Know they are pure clean and wholesome Every drop M- ItiwaterI used in the manufacture of our goods passes through a W- f stone filter Nothing but PURE FOOD ingredients used fl- K1 Excellent with any lunch Refreshing harmless invigorating ftII- k InsIst upon our goods your dealer will recommend them I For Sale at Following Places m1 8- JMcQUADYlfl knn I ws Co III 81 CtC L EARNED I 1Y8 Ik iir t Carr Bottling Manufacturing Works jf Hawesville Kentucky ft lOur Best Offer I i I Breckenridge News HONEY We call it best because it gives you your own local paperthe best in this sectionand- the best home and farm paper at a large savingThe yearthefive years Until we made this new arrangement the two papers would therefore have cost you 1260 not less We now offer to new subscribers and renewals or either paper ONE YEAR Farm cash FIVE I The Noted 1 1i 1r ji 1ki ii- b iai9 3L r wr t traw r a7 d al tyr cbiz P ai No 2 with IMPROVED Square Steel JournalAND Four Shovels Our riding cultivators like all others of tile adjustable archand adjustable standards but In addition have another feature that has helped more than any other to popularity that Is thefoot treadle guide for controlling the forward pressure of the toot on the treadles iittachrd to the r can InsUntly make tho beams run to the right or the left at him to dodge crookedcorn with ease The levers one on either within easy reach of the operator enable him to control tho or to lift the beams out of the ground entirely These the cultivator very easy to control and together with thin low so the operator can see the whole Implement make It the finest kind to be found any where Spring Tooth or Eaglo Claw used on this cultivatorIn place of the tour shovel attachments If McGLOTHLAN Irvimrtoii Kv A S Of E Resolutions Whereas there are some farmers who will not join the A of E neither will they pool their tobacco or sign the acreage pledge Therefore be it resolved that we debar I them from selling or poolling their tobacco with the Society of EQuity But if they wish to sell or pool with the Society they may do so by paying 25 cents on the 100 lbs Resolved that we oppose the charge of the name of the A S of E to the AXATIVEChIIdr8n k I YEARS + we bitterly oppose the that these resolutions be the Democrat and in the Local Union 1718 H FHall- C L Fisher J F Day Ladies Missionary Society church next Wednes April 22 HUGH Tastes so good We pay Sippel and 125 Association TAR YR11pE IACNIOAeO II OpwIby11 Druggists J lliJ 0 J I J 1v IttPiI1sThis r effectually cure Dyspepsia Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness- And ALL DISEASES arising from a Torpid Liver and Bed Digestion- The natural result IIs good appetite and solid flesh Dose small elegant ly sugar coated and easy to swallow take No Substitute She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 15 1908 Announcement Wo are authorized tqannounce the ZION BEN JOHNSON in u ftinUUlnto Gr ruehct- lon to Congress ubujct to thu action of the Democratic conveiiilun PERSONALAND LOCAL Get your Shoes at Noltes Mrs Percell has returned from Pa- ducah Childs Misses and Lidies Oxfords NolteMrs George Short IB in Travers FloridaDr Mrs Harris have returned to Philpot Mrs Dick Perkins is visiting in Har dinsburg Sherman Ball was here from Frank fort Saturday Low Cut Shoes for menNolte- Ed and Russell Harris are home from Louisville Mr and Mrs John Babbage went to Lewisport Monday Roy Moorman was here Sunday en route to Hardinsburg Shoes Shoes Shoes Nolo Mrs File DeHaven has been visiting Mrs Jack Gross at Holt Good shoes for men women and chit dren at Conrad Sipoals Joseph Ballman was in town Wednesday and renewed for the News Wayne Furrow of Rockport is the guest of his brother Chas Furrow Robert Moorman of Glendanne was the guest of Miss Ray Heyser Sunday Mrs Owen Duncan came in from the country Friday to visit her mother Mrs MillerMr and Mrs McAfee of Irvington spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Henry Yeager H E Mojer of Detroit Mich has 1 been the guest of Mr and Mrs H r Behen Miss Cecil Jolly has been visiting her little cousin Miss Marv Judith Miller atSampleMr Mrs Emmett Mattingly moved this week into the Pate residence on the hill- Prince Davis arrived Friday night from the South to be the guest of Mifir Ruth Haynes Mr and Mrs Elgan Rico wont to Owensboro Friday enroute to their home at Greenville William M Tindle of Skillman was here last week on business and subscribed for the News Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Mrs Gardner Agnew and daughters Misses Pearl and Rose will leave this week for Oklahoma Mr and Mrs J C Eplny expect to move soon into the property of Mrs Sallie Moorman in the East End Mr and Mrs D L Jackson of Whitesville who have been at the Tar Springs several months returned home SaturdayMisses Mary Goering and Carrie Pate went to Hawesville Wednesday with Messrs B L Daniels and Raymond IPate in a launch Mrs Walter Sherman returned to her home at Toledo Ohio this week She was accompanied as far as Louisville by Miss Marion Bowmer Mr and Mr Benton Ireland Misses s Goldie Ireland and Sallie Marshall of Skillman were guests of Mr and Mrs L McGavock Sunday Mr and Mrs J D Seaton and family will leave next week for a western trip including a visit to relatives in Kansas and Oklahoma Messers Macklewayne of Hardins burg Edison Gibson of Holt and Thomas Fritz Hawesville wero guest- at the Cloverport Hotel Sunday 0 Tan OxfordsNoltett Mm Shelby Conrad went to Louisville MondayBaby Shoes softsoleNolte i j froUlIlShoes for everbodyNulte Miss Kate Oglesby spent Sunday in HawesvilleTry of he Eclipse shoes at Cmra I Hppels Uloverport Post CardsNolte- Mrs J H Rowland has recovered from a weeks illness Helmers Bettman shoes give satisfac tionSold by Conrad Sippel Matting Oil cloths Window shades Nolte Have your hats trimmed at Mrs Cor dreys by Miss Ashley Easter neclcwareAolte- Douglas Rnfferty has returned from LouisvilleMrs Miller who went to Louis ville for treatment is greatly improved Tabor Miller of Hawenville was the guest of Miss Katie Wroe Sunday Abe Rosenblatt of Hawesville wai the guest of Mis Hazl Holder Virgil BabbHge will go to Lexington this week to visit Wallace Babbage Mail orders filled by Mrs Polk for thin waists belts jewelry and ladies furnishing goods Mrs Eli Wilson of West Point was visiting her sister Mrs E J Booth at Earned last week Dr and Mrs Sandbach and Mr and Mrs David Crews of McQuady were shopping in this city Monday Senator R W Oweu and Col Horace Smith of Lewisport were at Glendeane Saturday looking at some stock Beautiful voile skirts in blue black and light colors Prices from 6 up Handsome voile skirts for little girls at Mrs Polks sonsIJohn R Taul and two grand Hubert and Patrick Taul returned Saturday from a visit to his daughter Mrs J B Rice at Owensboro Mrs Harry Hills and daughters Julia and Mary D arrived Sunday from Rich mond to visit Mrs Mary Oeke Mr Hills came as far as Irvington with themMiss Ashley has originality and beautiful taste in trimming hats Go to Mis Cdrdreys if you want your hat created differently ft on nay you have ever seen Word was received last week from Elkton College that Wm White had undergone an operation successfully They kept his illness from tile mother Mrs James Skillman until ho had re coveredMiss Mamie DeHaven spent Sunday in Stephensport the guest of Miss Jennie May Black Miss Black also entertained the same day the following guests Messrs Sweeny Hale and Htmkle and Miss Lydia Getting of IIawesvl- lleSTEPHENSPORT Miss Jennie May Black arrived homo from the south Friday evening Miss Lolah Hawkins and Miss Mary Basham were in town Saturday afternoon Mias Louise Babbage of Cloverport was the guest of Mrs Belle Crawford Saturdays and Sunday Mr and Mrs A V Whitworth have purchased a flue piano for thoir little daughter Virginia Born to the wife of Fred Dieckman Wednesday 8th a fine boy Born to the wife of Arthur Hanks Tuesday 7th a fine girl There will be an all day service at the Baptist church Sunday Dinner on the grounds after Sabbath school In the afternoon there will be an Easter hunt for the little ones They will also have some special songs and music for the occasion it being a missionary service Everbody invited to come out William Smith of near Tobinsport has purchased the property belonging to Mr Booth and will move his family here this week Mrs Laura Camp and daughter Grace have gone to Owonsboro for a few days visit to her brother Ed StilesMiss Nannie Hall ot Union Star is visiting her aunt Mrs R A Smith Miss Etta English has returned from Hopkinsville where she spent the winter with her sister Mrs Emma Lacey Mr and Mrs Jake Hanks spent the Mrsand Mrs Thomas Flood Consumption is less deadly than it used to bet Certain relief and usually complete recovery will result from the following treatment Hope rest fresh air and Scott J EmulsionALL 7 BOo AND too IRVINGTON PUBLI SCHOOL CLOSES Prof Barnes and Prof Macy Do Commendable Work PRIZES AWARDED TO PUPILS Irvington Kv April M Special The Irvington public fchool closed Thur dRYl at noon Nt withstanding the d faculties with wh ch it his beers beset the work of the school has been a successP win suc eded t the p incipil rip six weeks ago has by his faithful work andwise management won the favor of both pupil and patrons Prof Macy in chnrge of the lower grads has likewise done commendable work The progr ss of the little folks under his care leas been mist gratifying to all concerned Just before he closing hour the pupils were given a light treat by the tetchets in token of their nppre ctHtion of the good work dune In the second third and fourth grades neat little kilts were warded to those who hid merited thehighest number of head marks In the sec nd grade Junious Graves rank d highest with Juuious Dowell and T I Collins second In tile third grade Maurine Ashcraft stoo highest with Julia Dowell next and in the fourth grade Ruth Marshall stood hghest with Alvin Ruse nextI Fiscal Court Notes By thi HurdlnsburK correspondent From the acts and allowances of the Fiscal Court in session at tho county seat Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Friday of last week we note the followingJustices T M Bates John OReilley H G Vessels C H Drury I T Mc Camish and Frank Ruppert were in at tendance every day Judge H Dell Moorman presided and Gus Brown was there ever watchful ot the peoples money ready to oppose everything he thought illegal or too costly The court is one of which any county might be proud They are liberal fair pro gressive public spirited nonest men who serve with credit reflecting the good judgement of the voters who placed them in office Politically they are divided there being six Democrats counting Judge Moorman and Gus Brown and two republicans but they stand as so many loyal brothers all supporting what they think is right and all alike working to vote down an ex travagant claim and attempting to pro tect the people whom thfty serve The county poor house is reported well kept in sanitary conditions and the inmates a contented well fed lot of peo pleThe court approved the good condi tions of the public property belonging to the county and noted with pleasure the needed improvement made the last yearNew locks were orderedfor the Court- House doors and janitor ordered to close said doors at 6 p m and keep them locked until 6 a m No persons to be admitted to the court house at night except when accompanied by an officialLee walls was sleeted pauper com missioner for two years Dr J C Sutton was elected pauper physician for one year Columbus Davis was elected poor house keeper for one year The following claims were allowed for sheep killed by dogs Julius Dutschke fi Tice Miller 6 E Driskell 15 The court said the settlement this year is a most excellent one being perfectly balanced and thoroughly ac curate Each year we observe the sys tem of country government becoming more perfect in its details The settle ment of 1901 showed SSI deliquents settlement of 1907 showed 616 and 1905 shows 39 and during the present ad i ministration deltquent taxes have been required to be worked out on the roads thereby losing nothing to the county We note that the assessed valuation off property is annually increasing and that the county has this year the best pre pared Asasossors book it hay ever had most accurate and convenient in every respect The assessment seems to have been closer than usual Two bonds wore retired iu the railroad assessed district etc On account of its cracking after completion the court refused to pay for the abutment for the Eveleigh Mill bridge It is to be specially examined and re port made on its condition at the next meeting of the court The county levy was made the same as last year 18 cents on the 100 7 cents goes to the General Expense fund 5 cents to the Sinking Fund and 0 cents to the Pauper fund The poll tax of jl50 is divided as before O cents going to the Road Fund and 100 to the General Expense Fund The levy for Road purposes is 20 cents and for Bridges 5 cents the same as last year The deliquents are apportioned as follows among the Magisterial districts Hardishurg 68 Cloverport 110 Union Star 72 Bewleyville 53 Hudson 51 McDaniels 85 The Road Supervisor is directed to cause all poll tax delinquents to work out their taxes on the roads I IrwI = ntSII + 7r 7rFOIL SALE Purm well Improved consist of 140 acres Ohio River bottom lund situated between Hiiwesvlllo and Cloverport Kentucky within Hmtte of railroad station Nor particulars aadrens JOHN W COtTY Skillman Hancock county Kentucky FaIt SALECabln launch 24x8 For fur Information apply to P I 1LANK Clovurport Iy- FOlt ItENTA furnished room In a rest convenient to business part of town and depot Apply at the Sews aalee FOR SALT PKINTINO Presses and Cutting machines and one lot of Rood Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Outs and Gasoline Engines MAKTIN GABLE 51U 3rd Street Louisville Iy- F01t SALE Saddle and Harness Horse 7 years old will work any place will make a nice family horse Ho Is dark liny weighs over lXx pounds Apply to Thos Smith Stephensport Ky PASSING IT BY EVERY DAY your chance to learn the game of Thrift and its prizewinning stilts Good to have when the suns in tho west and lifes a down hill road Get your book from THE BANK OF CLOVERPOltT and begin to take the road to Easy Street HurryIIuKKYII RRY but dont pass our door Were ready to help you TODAY Bank of Cloverport Cloverport Ky FURNITURERepairing I can put your furniture in shape if it looks dull or needs fixing up and change its appearance a great deal Nothing destroys the neat ness of your house like furniture out of repair and nothing ads to it more than nice bright furniture All the new finishes in Mission or Colonial Golden Antique of FlemishPrices reasonable cosistent with good work SOELZES1 MlD1 IF 93D JJYou Will Have to Hurry to Avoid the f Rush Order at JJOnce aff I MotorBoat II- II II- It Run on Kerosene t It Cheapestl sport in thel operatef nonexplosive and takes oneff f and dealers in boat supplies j Hawesville Boat 1 Hawesville Club KyII CC1r Importanti T Mr Jno w fiord an expert repair man is an addition to our jewel ry department Bring your broken Vat ches and Jewelry to Severs Drug Co E W Winn visited in Webster last week I MEET ME AT NOLTES Next Sunday is Easter Get Your Outfit Ready Today niiiy LI iIIlf r 1f IIIf MijIIIJJ We have lots of nice new snappy goods to offer Neckwear in the leading shades Hats Shirts Belts Oxfords Hose Trousers New lot ladies parasols Filet Net for waistscream white Easter Post Cards DONT FORGET THE TAILOR MADE SKIRTS nh u J C Nolte L Bro Cloverport Ky BUGGIESB type of the coachbuilders art at all hours of day and night USEFUL when desired for shop ping social calls or pleasure driv- esW E furnish complete outfit harness lap robe and wh- ipAshcraft Ashcraft Hardware Furniture ImplementsI Irvington Ky GrandviewCadick it sCloaksSuits 1WaistsSkirts Departments a1 Silks Clcteff Black J Dress G wdb Colored Dress Goods Ribbons Womens Neckwoar Uandke chiefs Laces and- Embroideries Notions Linings Trimmings Wash Goods Flannels and- Domestics Mens Furnishings Needlework Pyrocraphy China Glassware Knit UnderwearGloves ReadytowearGarments Muslin UnderwearEtc Millinery Shoes CarpetsDraperies C and Furniture i WHO ORDERS CAOiCKLS GOLD DUST FLOUR from the grocer strikes the keynote of successful baking he sure flours will Iproduce bread but it takes hard Winter W eat with over twenty years knowledge iu milling it such used in making Cadickt mold Dust Flour to pro duce better and whiter lnend than any other flour Your grocer will supply it I and Art and To all ask l i l FOR MAI ORDER CUSTOMERS ONLY 1lXVA timfimtim HIMUI mr OIi nimirrmmr Sale Gods Can t z ritsined Only tit c t W Or cr PvpnrimcQt r r JOTI C11i19 Week Womens 2 00 Stylish I Oxfords J 145Ii I The styles of these oxfords nre I right up to the minute in patent colt and plain kid leathers with high or low heels in auy size and width =M WI w f JA t9 O on 1 A 332310 V I1 artc LOUISVU StreetI FR 2 Wo will send toaayov Vitas cttt t tnwho sends us their rme voda st Tie Ladles Home JOU tt S t beak once n month for 09Jfiec a3c iZt1 w I = Dress Goods Silks IDress Trimmings I Departments iiUpboltery ICarpetsICorsets I Statioaery and Books Toilet ArticlesI Hosiery Paper Patterns Linens White Goods Drankta Bedding Umbrellas and ParasolsCart and Furs Infants Wear leather Goods Toys and Sporting Gods Trunk and Bags llouso Furnishings Vttilincs ant Dross Hets- Jewelry Boys Clothing Furniture Music AGEnTS FOR TH- EDemorest Sewing Machine at 1622 l it 0 r t I srrr r t D1EtA II- t And When Our Other Planets and Our Sun Are Also Dead STILL THE HEAVENS BLAZE The Infinite Space Shall Always Bo Filled With Suns and Worlds and Souls For In Eternity There Can Bo Neither Beginning Nor End The earth was dead The othc planets had died one after the other The sun was extinct but the stars were still twinkling There shall al trays be stars and worlds In the unnieasurable eternity time which Is essentially relative is deter mined by the movement of each or these worlds and In each world It IIs felt according to the personal sense tlons of their Inhabitants Each globe measures its proper ported of time The years of the earth are not those of Noptune Neptunes year equals 1W of ours and is no longer In the absolute There exists no proper common measure of time and oternlty In tho empty space time does not exist There are no years no centuries but there Is a way of measuring time upon a revolving globe Without pert odical movements one can have no conception of time whatsoever The earth existed no longer neither did its celestial neighbor Mars nor beautiful Venus nor the gigantic Jupl ter nor the strange universe of Saturn Its rings gone nor the slow plan ets Uranus and Neptune nor even the sublime sun whose rays had for centuries mane fertile the celestial countries suspended in Its light The sun was a black globe the planets were other black globes and this invisible system continued to course in the starred immensity at the bosom of thu cold darkness of space From tho viewpoint of life nil these worlds were dead existed no longer They survived their antique history as do the ruins of the dead cities of As syria which the archaeologist discov ers in the desert and revolved dark In the invisible and unknown Everything was covered with ice 278 degrees below zero No genius so sage could have brought back the days of old whet earth sailed through space bathed in light its beautiful greon meadows awakening with the rays of the morn ing sun its rivers flowing like SOl pents through the green fields its woods reverberating with tho songs of tho birds its forests enveloped in ma jostle mystery Then all this happiness seemed eter nal What has become of the mornings and evenings the flowers and the lov era the harmonies and joys the beau ties and the dreams All have disap- peAred The earth is dead all the planets are dead the sun is extinct The solar system gone Time Itself oven annul late Time flows into eternity but eternity romalns and time revives Before the earth existed during a whole eternity there were suns and worlds humanities filled with life Iud activity as are we today For millions and millions of years our earth did not exist but the universe was no loss brilliant After our time It will be as before Our epoch is of no lmpor tance The dead and cold earth carried In iUolf however an energy not lost its movement around the sun which on orgy transformed Into heat would suf flee to melt the whole globe to reduce It to vapor and to begin a new history for It which It is true would not last long for If this movement around the sun should suddenly cease the earth would fall Into tbe sun and cease to exist It would rush toward it with over increasing speed and would reach it in sixtylife days When the onrth 1 is load other world NervousBreakDown BreakDownNerve the force that controls the or gans of respiration circulation digestion and elimination Whet you feel weak nervous irritable sick it is often be cause you lack nerve energy and the process f of rebuilding and sustain ing life is interfered with Dr Miles Nervine has cured thousands of such cases and will we believe benefit if not entirely cure you Try it My nervous system gave away completely and left me on the verse of the grave I tried aUllled physl clans but got no permanent roller I got BO bad I had to give up my business I began taking Dr Mltea Restorative Nervine In a few days I was much better and I continued to Improve until entirely cured I am In business again and never miss an opportunity to recommend this remedy ArRtSyrUCreekUOregon Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind I twx x y Fr txxT t This woman says she was save front nil operation by Lydia T- PlnkhantsYegetablo Compound Lena V i ienryt of orristown Ga writes to Mrs Pmkham I suffered untold misery from fe male troubles My doctor sajd an operation was the only chance I had and I dreaded it almost as much as death One day I read how other women had been cured by Lydia E Pinkhnmi Vegetable Compound and I decided to try it Before I had taken the first bottle I was better and now I am en tires cured nnifema1ePinkhams Vegetable Compound FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound mail from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills andhas positively cured thousands 01 women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulceration fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear mgdown feeling flatulency indices tion dizziness or nervous prostration Why dont you try it Mrs Pinkliam invites all stcli women to write her for advice She has guided thousands tc health Address Lynn Muss will come There will be other human itles other Babylonians other Thebe fans other Athenians other Homes other Parises other palaces other tern pies other glories other loves othoi lights dud these new universes will distil pear in their turn to be followed by still others At n certain time fnr away In the future eternity all thi stars of the Milky Way shall rush toward one center of gravity and form an immense formidable sun center of a system whoso enormous world shall become populated by beings liv lug In a tcmiveraturo which would soon roil hot to us The infinite space shall always be Allen with worlds and stars souls and suns and eternity shall last forever for there can be neither beginning nor end Catnillo Flamnaarlou A Twenty Year Sentncee I hive just completed a twenty yea health santtncs imposed by Buck leus Arnica Salve which cured me of bleeding piles lust twenty years ago writes O S Woolever of URaysville N Y Buklens Arnica Salve heals the worst sores bols burns wounds and cuts in the shortest time S5c at Severs Drug Co TEST IN HOUSEKEEPING Charles Barnards Novel Undertakinj at His Home In Darien Conn Charles Ituriinrd the writer anti lev turer who Is devoting his time to co lusting a housekeeping experimentt station In Marten Conn talked about hie institution the other day as fol lowsA housekeeping experiment stntloii IaI a new idea An agricultural station mu0t have barns Held laboratorcc Bud greenhouses It Is wholly liter ent with n liounckcoplng station Ali that IB needed Is a good country houso It should not be a city house lint or apartment because tho great majority of housekeepers In this country live out of town or on farms and without gas or electric light The aim of n housekeeping experi ment station should be to snake experi ments on n housekeeping scale with ordinary appliances and under normal household conditions This Is precise 1ly what Is done So far ns known It Is the first housekeeping experiment stat tion In the world to open its doors to the house mothers of this country Experiments are performed In schools and colleges In household eco nomics notably at the Teachers col lege in New York but these are schools The new station is a home occupied and used ns such and also used as a place where experiments In housekeeping are conducted for the benefit of any householder who wants to know how and why certain things done In housework can best be done For nearly two years Mr Barnard used his home ns n place where he could test new housekeeping appliances new methods and materials Housekeepers have applied to the station from every part of the country manu facturers of household appliances send their new inventions to the station toe tested town officials ask for infor nation in regard to the best method of lighting streets and architects have sought Information in regard to laying out and furnishing kitchens- A delegation from the Teachers col ego of New York recently spent an afternoon as guests of Mr and Mrs Barnard and were surprised and pleased by the demonstrations in the use of alcohol in housekeeping Mr Barnard is n believer in the future of dena tired alcohol and has done much experimenting with ItI It = i POLAR AUTO RACE ENTRY I Facts About the American Contesting Car and Its Drivers The Thomas car which Is the only American contestant In the New York to Paris automobile race is to all In tents and purposes the same as tho regular stock car with the exception that certain parts have been strength end for the long journey says tho New York lImes It weighs 2700 pounds and with the crew and acces sories of the trip will total about 3500 pounds In racing trim the car covers seventyfive miles an hour With uU the necessary paraphernalia it Is capa ble of making fiftyeight miles It Ls not expected that this rate of speed will be maintained but Montague Robs erts one of its drivers expects to av erage about thirty miles an hour as far as Omaha The speed from this point west will depend entirely upon the con dition of the roads Roberts will not have charge of the car throughout the entire run While he himself would be perfectly willing to go right through with the foreign drivers In their trip to Paris by way of Alaska and Siberia he hafc been nomi nated to drive the Thomas stock car in the Brlarcllff cup event In Westchester county N Y on April 24 and after taking the car to Cheyenne he will re turn to New York to begin practice for the Westchester county contest From Cheyenne to San Francisco and for the rest of the trip the car will be driven by Harold S Drinker who for the last three years has been the dem onstrator for the Thomas cars on the Pacific coast While BrInker Is not well known to eastern motorists he has done n great deal of hard driving under all sorts of conditions In the far west and has crossed the Rocky and Sierra Nevada ranges more than once making the run from San Francisco to Chlcng He knows the roads and country t oughly between Chicago and San 111 cisco American nutoists and others who are watching the car will be pleased to know the machine Is American made In every particular It Is an American car even to tho magneto said Roberts I will use American tires exclusively and am re lying upon the regulation standard makes of both tires and inner tubes carrying none of the specially designed tubesWhen naked how fast he would travel Roberts sold that no effort would be made at any time to make speed The car carried at the start two gaso line tanks holding forty gallons each Ono placed under tho front seats and the other In the rear Upon reaching Chicago a specially built gasoline tank In which the four bucket seats are sunk somewhat after tho method employed In tho lOOn Vanderbilt cup racers will be fitted to tho frame This tank will hold 125 gallons of gasoline Larger wheels will then bo fitted to the car the thirtysix Inch ones with which the cnr will be equipped at the start being removed and forty Inch ones substituted Besides the regula tion tires Roberts will carry som steel rims For nonsklddlug he has devised some chain grips to clamp around the rear tires which can lx quickly removed when their use Is no longer required To the sides of the ear will be at ached fourteen foot boards reenforced with inctnl for use in hauling the car over inudboles and ruts A winch Is fitted to the front of the machine by menus of which n block and tackle mayo used for pulling the car up steep Inclines or assisting Its progress In illfilcijlt portions of tho road Tup ear In every way Is of standard construction with a four cylinder sixty horsepower engine It Is of the run about style but two passengers will be carried In the rear seats A wind shield will extend from the dashboard to the height of the wheel and this will he provided with a removable glass extension which may be raised to protect the occupants In stormy anl windy weather Two mechanics areI with Roberts Try the News Want Column The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In thi ountry most dangerous because so dscep tive Many sudden deaths are b- yitheart disease pneumonia heart or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease kidney trouble is al lowed to advance the blood will attack the vital organs or the rddneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from i ierangement of the kidneys and a cure Is jbtalned quickest by a proper treatment of he kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers the great kidney liver and bladder remedy- It corrects inability to hold urine and scald ing pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar mayhavethis wonderful new dis covery and a book that caused failure i f kidneypoisoned SwampRoot SwampRoot tells all about It both Home of BwampUoot sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mentlor reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember th name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton NY tel fworr bottln t j j I u = =Put Your Money where It will grow under your own control and grow faster than In any other BH t way Write for our free booklet N which tells all about how to Rank by Mull safely and conveniently from any part of the State We pay 5 per cent Interest annually Our capital so cures you Who Will Be Presidenti i This is presidential year and evory man must read to keep posted on politics Th- eCourierJournal Henry Walterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaerp but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of th- eWeekly CourierJournal Butlyou can get that paper and th- oBreckenridge News Both One Year For 15OIf you will give or send your order to this paper NOT toI The CourierJournal Daily CourierJournal 600 a Year Sunday Courier=Journal 200 a Year We can give you a combination cut rate on these if you will write this paper Louisville Evansville Packet ColN- COltIOltATED n Fast Passenger and Freight Line between Louisville and Evansville Steamers Tell City- Tarascon Leave Louisville Monday Wednesday Friday and Saturday at 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 n m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at 6 p mThrough freight rates and pnssenpc tickets to Cincinnati Freight sbij meats delivered quicker than b rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville J200- Dlovorport to Evnnsville 200 Cloverport to Owensboro 100 Splendid accommodations for Bloc General Office 1541 50 i58 4th si Louisville Ky C V WILLIJMS G F lit I J Chas F Taylor Receiver Cut His Visit Short The Duke of Wellington once wrote to Dr Hutton for information as to tho scientific acquirements of a young officer who had been under his instruc tion The doctor thought he could not do less than answer the question yen bally und made an appointment acv cordingly Directly Wellington saw him ho said I nm obliged to you doctor for the trouble you are taking Is fit for the post- Clearing his throat Dr Hutton bean No man more so my lord 1 can Thats quite sufficient said Wel lington I know bow valuable your time is Mine just now is equally so 1 will not detain you any longer Good morning Occasions of adversity best discover how great virtue or strength each one bath for occasions do not make a man troll but show what he is A big cut or a little cut small scratches or bruises or big ones are sealed quickly by DeWitts Carbolized l Witch Hazel Salve It is especially food for piles Get DeWitts Sold by all druggists W J PIGGOTT Prcs JNO R WI1P VPrca II II KEMPER I Condensed Statement of The First State CoshlerII of Irvington Ky S gjigss March 31 HEHOUKCES Loans and discounts f49 734 82 Overdrafts milDue from banks and bunkers 11 CM 45 flanking house and 10L 4 000 00 Cash on hand 7 S45 b8 Furniture und flxturts 100000 173 61508 I LIABILITIES Capital in202 Due banks 3 I ICuslerI LlAnILITIESI Cashier NltMN NiN NNN W BmvMEH President SKILLMAN LIOHTFOOT Vicepresident CIIAS SKILIMAK AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited cN1NN NONiNN The Bank of Hardinsburg- and Trust CompanyCA- PITAL J 5000000- B F BKARD PRESIDENT H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMMON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G Beard Lafe Green Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A N Kincheloe D Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byFire orBurglary NoNvN NNNNaNNNNN E + THE Fifth Avenue I HOTEL LouisvilleIKy if PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr W L UO 04 PO 06 62 50 31 50 H A B F L C S In Iii of Lick and Ind Now by direct line of the Leave Evansville 7 220 pm Rockport 15 15 pm II Cannelton 7 15 15 pm 11 Tell City 22 11 Troy 3i 232 pm Arrive French Lick 5 pm Arrive West 5 p in Daily Except Sunday ROUND TRIP 30 DAYS Evansville to French Lick 16 Rockport It 2 Cannelton 2 Tell City 60 44 D Beam Jr A St Louis Mo INTERESTING INSTRUCTIVE EnglishI to its A flonthly Magazine Devoted to Use English JOSEPHINE TURCH BAKER Editor PARTIAL CONTENTS Course in Grammar How to Increase Ones Vocabulary The Art Conversation Shall and Will Should and Would How to Use them Century Dictionary Correct English in Home Correct English the School What to Say and What Not to Say Course Letter Writing and Punctu ation Twenty Daily Drills Business English for Business Man Compound Words How to Write Them Studios English Literature AGENTS YANTED 100 a Year Send for Sample Copy ENGLISH Evanston III Impure blood you downmakes you an easy victim of organic diseases Burdack Blood Bitters purifies the blood cures the cause builds you up stock paid 000 Surplus and uidlvldtd profits 025 625 Deposits 4000353 173 t31 462 Cashier M W in 1Toe most centrally located ard 1200 firstclass rate hotel the city m onlII Only block from the principal shopplngdlstrlct and two blocks fromIIthe principal theatres parlllof 5 = The Carlsbad America French West Baden Springs reached Southern Railway 20 am 7 am 2 am 2 7 25 am 2 pm 7 am 10 20 am 45 BndenI0 30 am 55 RATESLIMIT 3 52 72 2 TroyII 2 West Baden3 264 E Stratton P A Evansville Ind J C A G P Correct How Use the of of Pronunciations the in in the in lOe CORRECT runs 545 39 00 one To 20 II 2 56 2 76 If 4 2 48 L IL ST L TIME TABLE t EAST BOUND No 118 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloveroort 507 AM stops at Irvlnptcn and West Point only arrive at Louisville 725 A M No 112 lally Mall and Kxuressleaves Clo vorport 10 W A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1245 p m Train No 114 Dully fast mall leaves Clo verport 450 p m stops at all way stations atLouisvilleTrain No 148 Dally Oloverport accommodation arrives Oloverport B48 u m WEST BOUND coacmmodattonleavesstations arrives Evansville 900 am expressleavesUawesvillo Lewisport MaCeo Owonsboro Stanley Henderson and Evansvlllo arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Stall and Express dally ar- rIves Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 115 dally St Louis fast train leaves Olo verportll06tP M arrives Evansville 135 A A M stops at Hawesville onlyNo leaves Clo verport 925 a m arrives Evansvlllo 12 15 p m Stops at all way stations Chair cars on trains 111112 113 114 between Louisville and Evansvlllo Through sleepln cars and free reclining chair cars on trains 115 and 116 between Loulsvlllo aLd St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllo00 co 31 arrives Irvlngton 840 am Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllu 320 pm arrives Irvlnjcton 520 pw Train No6 SundayonlyD- ordbv11l0630 a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 1100 am arrives Fordsville 245 p mTrainNo 5 Dally leavesTlivlngton 650 p m arrives Fordsvillo 1015 p m U n b t15he Fighting J Chance In my fiiiiid5hoi161iti Td use It tern porarily merely as moral collateral to flash at Burbank something to buck my I 0 Us So 1 filled It la For how much she asked not dar ing to believe him but he ignored the question and went on I filled it and Indorsed it and How could you Indorse it she in terrupted coolly now unconvinced again and suspiciou- sIll tell your if youll stop that fool tongue a moment The check was made to L Mortimer wasnt it So I wrote L Mortimer on the back Now do you know If you are L Mor timer so am I Leila begins with L so does Leroy doesnt it I didnt im itate your twowordstonpage autograph I put my own fist to a check made out to one L Mortimer and I dont care what you think about it as long as Plank can stand It Now put up your nose and howl if you like But under her sudden pallor he was taking fright again and he began to bolster up his courage with bluster and noise as usual Howl all you like he Jeered It wont alter matters or square ac counts with Plank What are you staring at Do you suppose Im not sorry Do you fancy I dont know what a fool Ive been What are you Burning white for What cholfedyoutaken Taken I he broke out with an oath What do you mean Ive borrowed about 20000 Now yelp Eh What No yelps Probably some weeps then Turn em on and run dry Ill wait And he managed to cross one bulky leg over the other and lean back af fecting resignation while Leila bolt upright In her low chair every curved outline rigid under the flowing silken wrap stared at him as though stun nedWell were good for it arent we he said threateningly If hes going to turn ugly about It heres the house MyhouseYes house I suppose youd rather raise something on the house than have the thing come out in the papers Do you think so she asked star- Ing into his bloodshot eyes Yes I do Im sure of iU You are wrong You mean that you are not inclined to stand by me ho demanded Yes I menu that You dont intend to help me out I oo not Intend tonot this tine Ho began to show his big teeth and that nervous snickering ticks twitch ed his upper lip r How about the divorce court he sneered Do you want to figure in them with laiikr I dont want to she saId steadily but you cannot frighten mo by that threat Continued Next Week Point of View Susie Wouldnt you like to be as happy as a lark Johnnie Xaw Think of the time they have to get upTruth TWICE CURED OF- SKINTROUBLES First Case a Rash Which Itched and Stung Threatened Ten Years LegButRELIANCE IN CUTICURA PROVED WELLFOUNDED About twelve or fifteen years ago while living in West Virginia I had B breakingout and it itched end stung so badly that I could not have any peace because of it I saw three doctors and soonowater I might just as well havo washed in rainwater Then I got some Cuticura Soap Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Resolvent and began to get better right away They cured mo and I have not been btherea with tho itch Ing since to amount to anything About two years ago I had la grippo and pneumonia which left mo with a pain in my side Treatment ran it into my log which then swelled and began to break out It got in pretty bad shape so I went to a doctor Ho was afraid It would turn to bloodpoison I used his medicine but it did no good So I sent for another set of the Cuticura Remedies I used them three times and cured the breakingout on my leg Now I wont be without Cuticura J F Hennon R F D 3 Milan Mo May 13 10- 07BABIES ON FIRE With Torturing Disfiguring Humors Cured by Cuticura Eczemas rashes itchings irritations and chaflngs are Instantly relieved and you- majority In thO of cases by warm baths with Cut cura Soap and gentlo applications of Cuti 1Icura Ointment tho great Skin Cure This treatment permits rest and sleep and points to a speedy cure in tho most distressing cases when all elso falls Guaran teed absolutely pure and may bo used from tho hour of birth Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor of intantt CblldrenjandAdulta coat ito of Cutlcunt Soap Skin J Cjitteur26c per vIAl of 601 to Panty the Blood Cootakd Pau1 is Chem MaDrugGtorp Sole PopsAoetoa wMalled Free CUUcura Boot oa akin Diseases r TOYS FOR AN ADULT Sent to Lawyer With Few Birthdays by Joking Friends Although thirtytwo years old on Feb 20 next John Leffcrts Conard one of the best known lawyers in the state of New Jersey and former coun ty solicitor at Trenton will celebrate his seventh birthday anniversary on that date Ills friends havo dropped to the humor of the occasion and are already bombarding him with toys suitable for a sevenyearold Conard thinks it bad enough to be born on Feb 20 and have a birthday anniversary only once In four years but he Is particularly aggrieved at fate In causing him to bo born when he was so that the 300 year correction of the calendar robbed him of one of these four year anniversaries in 1000 lie docs not mind missing the usual birthday presents so much but It Is harrowing when he calculates all the post card showers that he has been de prived of during the years that went by without giving him n birthday Death Was On Ills Heels Jesse P Morris of Skippers Va had a close call in the spring of 1906 lI- eSasAn attack of pneumonia left me so weak and with such u fearfulcough that my friends declared consumption had me and death was on my heels Then I was persuaded to try Dr Kings New Discovery It helped me immediately l aud after taking two and a half bottles I was a well man again I found out that New Discovery is the best rem edy for coughs and lung disease in all the world Sold under guarantee at Severs Drug Co 50c and 1 Trial bottle free A Neat Bit of Selfishness For several years said a married man I did not have a taste of tender loin at home as I sat at the head of the table and was compelled to give that part of the steak to my wife A year ago I invited her to sit at the head of the table and do the carving since which time I have always had the tenderloin for she politely gives me the best cut which I accept indif ferently as though I do not know what It Is I respectfully lay the suggestion EatingHusbandsAtcbison Tired mthers worn out by the peevi s cross baby have found Cascasweet a boom and a blessing Cascasweet is for babie 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 all druggists Monument to John Calvin Groat preparations already are be ing made in Geneva Switzerland to celebrate in 1000 the fourth centennial of the birth of John Calvin A movement is on foot for the erection of an International monument commemorating his work English Scotch Dutch German French and American com mittees already have boon formed Doans Ointment cured me of eczema that had annoyed me a long time The cure was permanent Hon S M Matthews Commissioner Labor Statis ties Augusta Me- SPARED THE ENEMY A Spanish Governors Generosity In the War of 1743 In the year 1710 when England was engaged In war with Spain Captain Edwards of the Elizabeth of London coming through the gulf from Jamaica richly laden met with n violent storm The ship sprung a leak that obliged it to run into the port of nirvana The captain went on shore and waited on the governor nnd told him of the occa sion of his putting In adding that he surrendered the ship as a prize us well as himself aud crew prisoners of war only requesting good quarters No sir replied the governor If we had taken you In fair sea or ap proaching our own coast with hostile Intentions your ship would then be a lawful prize and your people prisoners but when distressed by the hand of Providence you come to our port for safety of your lives we being men though enemies are bound by the laws of humanity to afford relief to the dis tressed who ask It of us We cannot even against our focs take advantage of the act of God You have leave therefore to unload your ship If that be necessary to stop the leak You may fit her here and traffic so farbe sides as shall be needful to pay the charges When repaired you may depart I will give you a pass to be In force till beyond Bermuda If after that you are taken then you will be n lawful prlsv whereas now as you are only a stranger you have a strangers right to safety and protection Hero was fairness Tho ship depart ed and arrived without any further ac cident in the port of London New PlayTPiateriYfiriller Hero are a few of tho things that happen In DAnnunzios new play La Wave CTho Ship Five of the actors are blinded Four have their tongues cut out Eight actresses and actors are shot to death by a red headed woman with bow and arrows One brother Is foully murdered by another who then commits suicide A corpse Is dragged upon the stage and exhibited in a standing position overI 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 in the United States Positions pay from 60 to 80 per month to beginners You can qualify in three or four months time For full details write to the National Telegraph Institute Cincin nati Ohio Canaries Steamship Vets Few and far between are the steam ships entering the port of Boston that cannot boast of a canary No matter how battered and rusty the emit may be one Is pretty sure to find the canary somewhere In the rooms of the officers or crew Its cage as a rule Is a won derful creation of brass wire and lace and the canary himself usually Is a singer whose trill and whistle are of the best rrhe little songsters appear to enjoy life on the ocean Seldom are they inconvenienced by the motion of the vessel and the more the cage swings from its hook the more they warble Sailors will tell you a canary is a mascot Be that as It may the canaries are great pets Frequently one may see a sailor on the water front lugging his bird nod cage to some new berthBoston Herald Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup the cough syrup that tastes nearly as goodas maple sugar and whichchildren like so well to take Unlike nearly all other cough remedies It does not con stipate but on the other hand it acts promptly yet gently on vhe bowels through which the cold is forced out of the system and at the same time it al lays inflamatiou Always use Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup Sold by all druggists Students Daring heat Swaying dangerously In a strong wind supported only by a small flag halyard Robin Adair a sophomore at the Washington State university was recently hoisted 207 feet to the top of the wireless telegraph pole While his classmates looked on in mingled fear and exaltation Adnlr untangled the freshmen class banner and was then lowered to the ground It was because the freshmen had the night before sent their class banner to the top of the pole where It became caught that the daring feat was undertaken When Adair was safely on the ground he was swung to the shoulders of his classmates and escorted around the campus To have perfect health we must have perfect digestion and it is very impor taut not to permit of any delay the mo m nt the stomach feels out of order Take Fomething 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 naturall digestant and it will digest what you eat Sold by all druggists A MILITARY SURPRISE President Grant and the Drummer Coy of Shiloh Colonel John L Clem the drummer boy of Shioh never attended Wost Point In the early part of Grants first term Clem obtained an audience with the president Mr President he opened the Interview I wish to ask you for an order to admit me to West Point Why do you not take the examinations questioned Grant I did but I failed to puss That was unfortunate How did it happen Why you see I was in the war while those other boys of my age wero in schoolClem was barely eighteen then and boyish looking even for his years lie had made his own way to the presI- dent and had no political sponsors to back him What exclaimed the president You were In the war Yes I was In time war four years And Clem related his experiences Grant wrote something which he handed to the young applicant saying Take this to the secretary of war I guess It will his you all right Clem went back to the secretary of war who had before received him coldly and delivered his note The secretary read It and asked Do you know what this is No replied Clem I suppose It is an order to ad mit me to West Point Well it Isnt Its an order to commission you second armyChiIcago Kodol for dyspepsia has helped thou sands of people who have had stomach trouble This is what one man says of it E C DeWitt Co Chicago Ill GentlemenIn 1897 I had a disease of the stomach and bowels I could not digest anything I ate and in the spring of 1002 I bought a bottle of Kodol and the benefit I received from that bottle all the gold in Georgia could not buy I still use a little occasionally as I find it a fine blood purifier and a good tonic May you live long and prosper Yours very truly C N Cornell Rodiug Ga Aug 27 1000 Too Rough A traveler in the dining car of a rail road had ordered fried eggs for break fastCant give yo fried algs boss the negro waiter Informed him lessen yo want to wait till we stops Why how is that Well do cook he says do roads so rough dat ebery time ho tries to fry gigs dey scrambles Life AN ANCIENT BANQUET Menu of a Christmas Dinner Served In Feudal Times A Christmas dinner In feudal times said an antiquary was served at 11 oclock In the morning It began with plum pudding or plum porridge as they called It in their old fashioned way li suet pudding stuffed with ral sins currants prunes mace cloves gingerNext a boars head on a silver platter decorated with holly This dish was heralded with a flourish of trum pets and the lighting of the great Yule log The head had a lemon in its mouth A hot mustard sauce went with It- The third course was a peacock in full plumage Its beak was gilded and It was stuffed with spices and sweet herbs Geese and capons followed drench ed with amber grease and then came frumenty for which Ill give you the recipeThe old man read here from his note bookIFrumeutyTake clean wheat and brey it in a mortar till the hulls be all gone off and seethe it till it burst and take It up and let it cool and take clean fresh broth and sweet milk of almonds or sweet milk of kino and temper it all anti take the yolks of eggs Boil It a little and wet It down and mess it forth with fat venison There were other fixings the antiquary ended such as hacken sau sage brawn pudding and souse cheese apples and nuts The drinks were beer malvoisle and sherrla sack Pain anywhere can be quickly stopped by one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Pain always means congestion unnatural blood pressure Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets simply coax congested bloodaway from pain centers These Tablets kno n ly druggists as Dr Shoops Headache Tablets simply equalize the blood circulation aud then pain always departs in 20 minutes 20 Tablets 25 cents Write Dr Shoop Ra cine Wis for free package Sold by all dealers COIN FOR THE CHILDREN W H Pease Suggests Bright Metal Piece With Teddy Bear on It A two cent piece designed especially for children is the idea of William II Pease of Kansas City Mr Pease who has written a letter to Chicago friends outlining his idea regarding the new coin says- I believe a coin valued at 2 cents larger than the 1 cent and made of some bright metal with a childs head on one side and a Teddy bear or some other design on the other side would be popular with the chlldtfMi and bettor adapted for their use than the cop per cent- Mr Pease lives at 3315 East Nine teonth street Kansas City lIe is n bookkeeper Rrgulates the bowels promotes easy natural movements cures constipation Doans Rtgulats Ask your druggist for them 2i c wig a bex bound to Get There I dont know whether to make a doctor or a lawyer of John said the old man Ive got a lawsuit to be settled an a log to be cut off so I spose I cant miss It far either WftrStLouis Hepublic To get well and keep well take I c- Leans Cordial Proved by more than fifty years of use to be the very be s health preserver strength maker and blood purifier 50 cents and 100 per bottle at all dealers SHELTER FOR QUAIL Farmers Plan of Growing Sugar Cane to Stand During Winter William E McCulloy of Macon coun ty Mo thinks he has solved the problem of preserving quail lIe owns quite a large farm and he discovered that quail were becoming more and more scarce each year Then he set about studying the cause and came to tho conclusion that It was lack of shelterSince then he has every spring plant ed sugar cane along the side of the hol lows of his farm and permits the same to stand during the winter It affords quail not only food but shelter of the kind they like Other farmers In Boone Callaway and several other counties of the state have adopted Mr McCulleys plan and they think It Is Just what was needed It Is a fact that quail will not stay where they cannot find shelter In many of the best counties there is very little natural shelter left as every foot of available ground is under cul tivation In such localities It has been observed that the quail have nearly all left and It seems pretty well set tled that they will never return unless artificial shelter Is provided for them Sugar cane when thickly planted furnishes Just what these birds seem to want They are very fond of the seed and as the season advances the cane stalks fall down and provide a thick mass In which the quail can hide from their natural enemies hawks and owlsand also affords a nesting place in the spring and summer Plenty of Trouble is caused by stagnation of the liver and bowels To get rid of it and headache and biliousness aud the poison that brings jaundice take Dr Kings New Life Pills the reliable purifiers that doth work without grinding or griping 25c at Severs Drug Co c r l Real Estate DepartmentYDo you want to buy a farm or business 1 If you do you I may find jut what you need in this department If you are interested 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 enablingbuyersJno D Babbage voouolWoU41 f OU 1niij of sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements Dwelling and a good hug burn hO acres In oak unit beech timber The oak timber Is good tie timber Iteecli never been worked Timber CUll be Limestonelaudtobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments Fun SALEA splendid stand fur a druggist physician in a KOOO town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This Is just stopIritnaAn ula estaoltsheu physician wants to retire Is the reason fur soiling for further partic ulars address JNO It HAIHIAUE Clover port Ky C 3 950 32 Cres on Hardlnsburg ands iUiis of Sinking road 2 miles unestorydwllInblacksnlth shop rill necessary outhouses 130 acre under cultivation and pasture 38 acres in timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water the year round Onethird cash and good easy terms on balance Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business standstore 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 goodbusinessJO D BABHAGE Cloverport Ky I A LEAP TO FAME The Story of a Stuffed Cat In the Smithsonian Institutio- nI the Smithsonian Institution at Washington Is H case containing a stuffed cat A card attached to the case setting forth the reasons why this particular fellio is known to fame gives odlclal sanction to a tale that is In everyI respect as remarkable as any emanating from the nature fakirs The story of the cat Is as follows Many years ago while the Washing ton monument was still In an unfin ished condition an adventurous and patriotic cat ascended the Interior of the shaft by moans of the ropes and scaffolding When the workmen ar rived at the upper landing time next morning and began to prepare for the days work the cat took fright and springing to the outer edge took the leap of over 500 feet to the hard earth belowIn descent which was watched closely by the workmen the cat spread herself out like a flying squirrel fell slowly and alighted as cats always do on all fours After turning over on tho soil a few times as if dazed she pro pared to leave the grounds She had proceeded almost beyond tho shadow of the monument when a stray terrier pounced upon and killed her One of time workmen rescued the re mains of the cat and turned them over to the Smithsonian Institution which caused the skin to be mounted and placed under the glass caseYouths Companion Piles are easily and quickly checke- with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment To prove it I will mail a small trial box as- a convincing test Simply address Dr Shoop Racine Wis I surely would not send it free unless I was certain that DrShoops Magic Ointment would stand the test Remember it is made expressly and alone for swollen painful bleeding or itching piles either external or in ternal Large jar SOc Sold by all dealers Couldnt Hear It A man who was charged at tho Wll lesden police court with Intoxication and using bad language pleaded guilty to tho first part of tho charge adding As to the language I know nothing about that because Im deaf London Express Subscribe for the News = 750 FA11M FOR SALE34 mllo otr of OloverportIInd landtwohousetwoodryILnoIJSublle Onehalf down rust on easy pay ment 800 16 i acres IS miles from Cloverport oCloverportImprovements orcbardrooucrtsIngrass balance In state of good cultivation Two Goodlimestonewheat Well located fur market Onethirdcash balance on easy terms 850 72 acre farm 434 miles from Clv HowIhllt henhouselIodISsulphurspringwoods j acres In orchard Raised l0pounds of tobacco In JIIOtI sold It Rt S 8 IIn- t Oti six acres of the wood land there are farmfuruneutumberThisIssmall farm tAflO froHoltut dweUUJpoudllThist dihoochGood road to StephensportZH miles and good roud to Holt IK wiles This farm Is not worn thefarw Middle Ridge Poultry Yards IISingle Comb White Leghorns- Bred to Lay Strain Eggs 100 per 15 2 00 per 50 300 per 100 MRSIJJ H PAYNE TOBINSPORT IND Phone 131I Box 20 lie Gut What lie Needed Ninei years ago it looked as if my time had come says Mr C Farthing cf Mill Cresk Iud Ter I was so rundown that life hung on a very slender thread It was thIn my druggist recom mended Electric Bitters I bought a bottle and I got what I needed strength I had one foot in the grave but Electric Bitters put it back on tho turf again and Ive been will ever since Sold nnder guarantee at Severs Drug Co 50c Caught MyI dear you grow prottlor everyday And shabbier John Compliments are all very wool but Id like to see a little ready cnsh occasionally Wash Ington Herald For cuts sprains bruises burns rlieu iniitic and all other pains use cLeans Vol CHtile Oil Liniment first sold In ISM still the sumo olfoctlvo romtxly In 1803 Good fo mUll or beast Uoc 60c and SlCO Coughs Every person who coughs should not alarm himself with the idea that ho is in a bad way Experience hRS con vlnced us of a fact that thero are two distinct kinds of coughs ouo procood Ing from an affection of the lungs and air tubes as in a cold the othor pro ceeding from effervescence In tho stomach The lungs cough is a symp tom which all know to require attcn tion lest serious consequences ensue The stomach cough is a much moro simple matter and may busily bo got andddrink which are put Into the stomach effervescing and producing an irrlta Hon A knowledge of this fact ought to lead persons so affected to ponder a little on the nature of their ailment and tho tone of their digestive powers Baby wont suffer five minutes longer with croup if you apply Dr Thomas Electric Oil at once It acts like magic Expert Tattooers Tho Inhabitants of tho Marquesas Is lands are among the most expert tat tooers on earth and not even the crown t of tho heath the fingers and tho toes are exempt from the needle Tho hands are ornamented with utmost care all the lingers having their own pattern so the hand would look as though incased in a tight fitting glove were It not for the finger nails of enor mous length which complete tho hand adornment of tho wealthier Datives r r iJ rr- II MoneySavedIs Irvington Pharmacy cuts the prico and saves you money on any article sold Have you been buying PERUNA at per 66cbottle anywhere else A line of Post Cards not equaledany where in the J countytLive and Let Live Our M- ottoIrvingtonI I Phar01acyII tJJr J BLACK JACK NOTES Mr and Mrs Emerson Bradley spent Sunday with Jerome Newton and family nera Guston Ernest Brown Clayton Bradley and AVordon Downs attended the Groar Sale near Brandenburg mondayMesdamos It J and Nannie Bradley spent Saturday with Mrs Jantzen at Guston Miss Lon Shacklott and mother spout Monday at Guston the guest of her sister Mrs Ava Birch A W Shacdlctt went to Guston on business Tuesday Mrs Lamb and Brown went to Flaherty shopping Tuesday Mrs Bottle Wright is on the sick list- Clayton Bradley spent last Sat urday night with Emit and Bob Smith near irvington Mrs Julia Hobbs is very illat hog homo near here Misses Lillie and Doim Miller wore in Ekron lust Saturday shop plug Miss Valla Hamilton and her guest spent Tuesday night with Mr and Mrs Lum Hamilton Miss Lixzie Shncklett of Para disc spent Thursday with Lula Sipse r SAMPLE Rev Cline from Hardinsburg filled his regular appointment hero SundayMrs J IL Miller and little daughter Mary Judith spent a fow days in Cloverport last week the guest of Mrs Grahm Jolly Willie Gibson was in Louisville Vednesday Rainy weather and the night riders are causing the farmers no little trouble J W Hunter attended the farmers meeting at Hardinsburg Monday Mrs A C Hunter took dinner with Mrs L D Dowell Monday Miss Lucy Jolly spout Thursday in Cloverport the guest of her brother Grahm Jolly Gibson Bros shipped theis last hogsheadof tobacco last week receiving a handsome price II T Dowell was in Hardins burg Monday Floyd Armstrong and F 0 Bennett were in Irvington last week on business Mr John Arnold is improving at this writing Mrs Jane Brown accompanied by her husband of Louisville was here last week the guest of frilnds and relatives Mrs L D Dowell received a fall last week resulting in two brokon ribs J F Miller was here Monday Chamberlains lias The Preference Mr Fred C Hanrahan a prominent druggist of Portsmouth Va says For the past six years I have sold and recom monded Ohamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is a great remedy and one of the beet 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 recommending it to him that I give it the prefer mceM For sale by Severs Drug Co Ministers Entertained Rev Currie and Rev Davis hfte- been elegantly entertained in the homes of Mr and Mrs Chas Skillman Mr And Mrs J C Nolte Mr and Mrs Amen Oelze and Mr and Mrs Wick doorman They have also accepted invitations to dine with Mrs lama tollman Mr and Mrs H L Stader Mr and Mrs O B Mattiugly have eturued from Txas where theyaped t the winter Mr Mattingly was highly tensed with the Star State and wants to turn there to live Harned Notes Go to J A Gray Co for flour Patent 520 Straight 180 Go to J A Gray Co for Early Rose potatoes 120 per bushel You can buy molasses at J AGrays for 37UC psr gallon You can buy 1 Horse Shovel plow atI J A Grays for 250 J A Grays oils and paints a specialty Go to J A Grays for fertilizer They have a hign rate potash in their goods that always make good crops Sketch Of Mr Severs Life The subject of this sketch Jas J Severs was born in Louisville Ky Jan 8 1811 and departed this life Mar 31 190S being 67 years 2 months and 23 days old He was married to Fannie B Ricketts April 23 1874 Of this union were born eight children two of whom died in early childhood He joined the order of Free Masons early in life and was a man among men holding sacred the principles of justice and honora heritage bequeathed to his childrenMr was the son of Jacob P Severs who was born in Knox Co Tenn and came to Kentucky m early life He was married to Mary E Hurley who was n member of the illustrious Hardin family that has made Kentucky famous in legal acumen He engaged in the mercantile business in this county and later in life retired to his farm near Union Star He was an active member of the M E Church South and a man of prayer May the suddenness of our brothers departure from family and friends be an admonition to teach us Be ye also ready Bro Roberta read the burial service prayed and made a very appropriate ad dress Our loved ones are gathering home Pink Ricketts Local Option Wins IIn Decatur Decatur 111 has gone dry At the election in that city last week local option won by a majority of 1018 It was a hotly contested election and the result has caused rejoicing by the pro hibition people all over the United States Card Of Thanks We desire to thank our friends for heir kindness and sympathy rendered at the time of our sad bereavement of husband and fatherSincerely Mrs Fannie B Severs and family Broke His Arm Sims Thomas owner of the Hawes ille Hub and Manufacturing Co broke his right arm while engaged in- work nt his plant Friday A week ago He made a narrow escape of a serious ccident Highland NoGlenworth American Saddle Horse Breeders Associations a Blood Buy stallion 16 hands high black points foaled 1U02 siud by High land Denmark 780 Gays he by Black Squirrel 5s by Black Eagle iy King William etc First dam Annette Lee 13S5 by Black Squirrel second dam Nancy Lee 476 by Monte Cristo 50 third dam Nannie Garrett 472 by Dare Akin 775 fourth dam Nannie by Maj Breckinridgo fifth dam by McDonald ho Scotts Highlander etc etc For Highland Glenworth we have only to say that he is the highest styled truest acting finest finished told richest bred sad die stallion money would buy Horsemen familiar with Highland Denmark MonteJ Cristo Black Squirrel and Chester Dare know that each was tho champion of tho ring and also of tho stud each in his day No other stallion living or dead can claim all those great horses for lenial sires and Highland Glen worths dam grand dam and great grand dam were all noted mares pro ductions from mating by the shrewdest horsemen ever known to Kentucky It is no surprise that Highland Glenworth is one of the leading sires in the country as nothing but the hottest blood courses his veins and no cold cross anywhere in his pedigree to crop out in a colt We want to farm a few of the best snares in Breckin ridge county to breed to Highland Glenworth and will be glad to negotiate with owners of High classed brood mares See us as early as possible SEASON FEE 15 Will also stand at same time and place as Sporting Boy and Jack John BEARD BROTHERS i OWNERS r JNO ELDER Manager HARDINSBURG KY DISTRICT JUDGE U a COURT I Recommends Peruna as anI I Judge John W Bixler formerly United States Circuit Judge now United States District Judge of Kansas endorses Peruna I P Peruna Testimonials When any man or woman out of puro gratitude writes us a letter com menting upon tho benefits ho has received from tho use of Peruna when ho does this without any solicitation or remuneration of any sort and furnishes us a recent photograph so that his Identity and responsibility In tho matter Is beyond question then do we consider a testimonial available for our advertising purposes Wo are at tho present tlmo publishing many hundreds of testimonials Wo give tho name and address In full of each ono of those people Wo have no use for nor would wo publish for any sum of money a fraudu lout testimonial To do such a thing would bo dishonorable from a moral standpoint and commercial suicide from a business standpoint Tonic and Appetizer W H Parsons Is oxStato Senator and exSpecial Judge of tho Supremo Court of Texas also Brigadier General In Con federate Army In a recent letter from 025 H St N W Washington DC this prominent gentleman says Upon tho recommendation of per sonal friends and many strong testimo nials of the efficacy of Poruna In tho treatment of tho numerous symptoms of tho grip with which I have boon affect ed for four mouths past I have born In duced to undergo a treatment of this Justly celebrated formula I fool a decided change for tho better after using It only ono wont It Is os pecially good in toning up the stomach and has a decided effect upon my appe Ute I therefore fool much encouraged that I am ou titt road to complete res toration Speech of Ben F Davis in IResign- ing the Presidency of the Colored Fairbanks Club Gentlemen of the Fairbanks Club After carefully studying the qualifi cations of the presidential candidates I have come to the conclusion that the lion William H Taft of Ohio is the best equipped man in the United States Invigorating Tonic III JUDGE JOHN W BIXLER- A 1750 STREET WASHINGTON DC vMy numerous friends In Texas where I have had tho honor to command a brigado of her Veteran Cavalry In a fouryear war may accept this volun tary testimonial to tho merit of Peruna I from a sense of obligation for Its won derful efficacy Appetite and Digestion Poor Mr Charles Schwoihs Lexington Texas writes- I suffered from catarrh of the liver What I ato disagreed with me I was weak and feverish I slept vory poorly had rush of blood to tho head I was vory despondent and took no pleas ure In anything My appetite was changeable digestion poor Your mcdiclno made mo well again for which I express to you my heartfelt thanks firmly believe that for all who suffer In like manner it would havo theI same good effect to be our next standard bearer He has made good in any position that he has been called to tilled As Judge of the United States Court of Appeals he made a national reputation by his knowledge of law andwhen our martyred president Wm McKinley was looking all over the United States to tins a man to send to the Philippines to bring those halfsavage word to understand the meaning of the tribes liberity he selected Taft and how wel u Yu fswGit t unhesitatingly recommend i your Poruna as an Invigoratingtonic excellent coughs remedy enlda forII Disordered Liver Constipation Mr WO Clement Assistant Manager Rome Georgian Rome Ga writes It affords mo pleasure to voluntarily testify to time true merits of your won derful Peruna- I havo for several years boon suffering from disordered liver and chronic con stipation for which I had tried a great many remedies bnt nono did me any good My whole system was so thoroughly overcomo that I was easy to catch cold and tho consequence was that a chronio case of catarrh was fast developing I have been taking Pernna for six weeks and am happy to say that it has had tho desired effect My liver is in good condition constipation disap peared and 1 no longer feel any of the symptoms of catarrh In truth I am now in better health and feel stronger than I havo for several years and it is all duo to tho wonderful effects of Poruna Systemic Catarrh Mr Moses F Merrill Route 8 Colum bus Kansas writes Tho improvement in my health has been wonderful My bowels aro regular as clockwork I can now oat like other people and my victuals digest com pletoly I think 1 am cured of systemic catarrhIt been a hud fight but I cam out victor Many thanks for your kind counsel and management he accomplished the task is a matter of history and again in Cuba and the Panama canal he has Deen equally SIK cessfulI sorry indeed that the Brown ville affair was ever mentioned by the Club I think it one of the most back ward steps that the colored race ever attempted We should as a race tr our uttermort to suppress all lawlessness that is committed by the lower class ci our race For the above reason I declare myse t for Wm H Taft and beg all my colored brothers and friends to do likewise