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I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 29 1908 8 Pa es NO 42 LIVELY MASSCONVENTIOI Largest Body Of Republican Ever Assembled At The County Seat NOTES OF THE MEETING The Republicans of Breckenridg county met in mass convention at Har dtnsburg last Saturday to nominate delegates to the District and State Convene tions to be held m Elizabethown and Louisville Tuesday May 5 and Wednes day May 6 It was the largest and most enthusi astic body of men ever assembled iin Hardinsburg in the way of a mass con vention either Republican or Demo cratic Six or seven hundred loyal enthusiastic voters were there to asser their rights as American citizens and voters for the choice of their standard bearer in the great political battle whicl is soon to take definite shape in this great union next November They were there for one purpose and one thought the election of their man The sentiment of the convention was about equally divided between Taft and Fairbanks with Taft in the lead by a small majority No vote was ever taken between these two men The fight re solved itself Into a local contest between the local politicians who were endeav oring to carry the convention for their own personal benefits This state oi affairs was developed as soon as chairman Gus Shellman called the convention to order in the nominating speeches for permanent chairman Mr Jesse Eskridge a leader of the Taft men put in nomination Judge Wm Ahl for chairman His speech was n personal delense of himself and his party loyalty and a severe and caustic arraignment of the followers of Fair banks a speech that was illtimed and out of place in the opening of a great convention like he addressed It riles ter other side put them on their metal and started the convention in an uproar As soon as Mr Eskrid e got through the Hon John P Haswell Jr got the floor and put in nomination Mr R L Oelze His speech like Eskridges oas purely prromi in defense of his record as a public officer and what be had done and the personal sacrifices he had made for the party and iuciduutally jumping on to his opponent Mr Blan ford for his acts of omission and com missionThis brought the Hon Cbas Blan ford to his feet redhot and a boiling He had a few words to say in defense of his record And what he said was enough and some to spare With Mr Stanfords speech the nomi nations closed Then the real hot time commenced Chairman Shellman called the vote He hud a big stick but it was of no avail pandemonium reigned He pounded with his big stick and shouted himself hoarse but they wouldnt listen Such a pulling and hauling no one ever saw Men with their coats off shouting at the top of rheir voices Come over on this side Dont stay there this is where you belong And with this you cuuld see one of the leaders grab a fellow by the collar and pull him over only to see him go back S for half an hour or J more this thing went on J Chairman Shellman after being al most exhausted finally got things in or der and the men appointed to count the votes reported in favor of Oelze for chairman After the shouting was over Mr Oelze was escorted to the chair and made the best the most patriotic speech of the convention Mr D C Heron was elected secretary- It seemed after Mr Oelze had spok en and named his committees that the work of the convention would proceed in order But no sooner had the com mittees got together and retired to make their report than up came Mr Eskridge with a resolution asking the convention to instruct tho delegates to cast the vote of Breckenridge county for M L Heav erin for State Committeeman This took the other side of the house by surprise and another reign of terror began Mr Haswell who was in the rear of the hall jumped on a chair with his coat off and moved to refer the reso lution to the committee on resolutions Here was another fight which resulted in the defeat of Haswells motion A vote was then taken on the Eskridge resolution which was carried by a de tided majority This was a knockout for the Fairbanks side and indicated that the con vention was largely for Taft Mr 11HeaverinI being a Taft man The committee on resolutions made r their report and recommended the Hon John P Haswell Jr district delegate and W 0 Bradley Gov Wilson John W Yerkes and Berry for the state at large The resjlutions carried the name of H L Bruner for State Central Com mitteeman but his nameon motion was stricken out and the name of Htraverin insertedFollowing are the delegates S A Pate Robt Polk Geo Gray 1V S Ball Leonard Oelze II M Beard C It Haswell John P Garner D C Heron John Bates Joe Glasscock John P Haswell Jr T M Bates Gus Shell man Joe Fitch L T Reid Roland Smith W C Pate Frank Payne Judge Ahl J J Keeran R O Perkins Chas BlanfordThere was quite a wrangle over the report of the committee on resolutions but thanks to the wise and conservative ruling of the chairman who caught on to the temper of the convention he brought matters to a peaceable adjustment and the convention adjourned Notes The Fairbanks men had control of the convention in the chairman but they failed to instruct for their man It was a Music Hall affair The ouly difference being they didnt have a Redwine in the chair =I Splendid Meeting Afield Many I Prominent Ministers In Attendance No sessions so earnest and instructs were ever held by the members of the Louisville Presbytery than in their annual spring meeting which convened af Irvington last weekIThe opening sermon was delivered by zatlon was effected and the Rev ElwardI Graves was elected moderator f Cheek of Louisville stated clerk and T N Williams served as permanent clerk WEDNESDAY Whenthe rolljwascalled at the busi ness session Wednesday morning there was an Attendance of thirty one ministers and representatives J fromjthe different churches At M oclock the Sacrament of the Lords Supper was administered to those in attendance at the devotional servicesWednesday afternoon was one of the most important sessions The overture Modification of the Government which was handed down from the General Assembly met defeat in the Presbytery Commissioners elected to the General Assemblywhich meets at Kansas City May 21 were the following Dr F J Cheekprinclpal J M Fisher alternate Logan C Murray elder and Admiral johu C Watson alternate That eve ning interesting lectures v ere delivered on Home and Foreign Missions by Dr Hoge of Peewee Valley Dr McDonald and the Rev Thurston of Owensboro During the service music was rendered under the direction of Mrs Graves and a solo was sweetly sung by Mrs Clara Lewis of Brandenburg THURSDAY Thursday was a busy day from Ooclock in the morning until the adjournment took place in the afternoon Dr Fran ces Irwin Rev L H Hudson Rev O M Fitzhugh Rev JlI Fisher and Dr Warren taking active parts in the pro gramAt 11 oclock George T Needles who was examined for license Wednesday afternoon preached his trial sermon to a large audience He sustained his examinations and was licensed to preach It is Rev Needles desire to work in the foreign fields and he expects a call next month from the Dutch Reform Church The Presbytery received a message from Rev Edward Kagen who was ordained in the Lucile Mem just one year ago orial Church and Dr Hoge was auth orized to send greetings to him in return Rev Kagen is in Korea Tne members of the Presbytery gave a vote of thanks to the people of Irving- ton for their delightful entertainment during their stay there many of them making personal speeches that were thoroughly enjoyed by all present The adjournment took place at 480 and the ministers left on tho evening trains for their homes e It looked for awhile like it would be dog eat dog and every man for him selt and the devil take the hindmost Charlie Illanford is a good fighter It was a picnic for the Democrats Heavcrin was the worst scared man in the whole bunch but he came out on topTherel be another fight on at Klizii bethtown Two sets of resolutions will be presented one set signed by Oelze as chairman and the other by Heron as secretaryMany fellow went away from that convention saving politics is hell One thing can be slid to the credit of the convention they were all sober Fifth Granddaughter The second daughter has arrived at AtkisIsonbe christened Nancy She is the fifth granddaughter of Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer of this city Young Mr Gregory Mr and Mrs Wilbur Gregory are rejoiced over the advent of a fine son The young man made his arrival last Wednesday at the home of his mothers parents Mr and Mrs Tom Bonier illustration the pictures following Piggott Personal Notes Mr and Mrs Henry Cowley ot West Point are spending this week at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Jake Cowlay Miss Mary Alexander of Louisville has returned after being the guest her brother Mrs Ed Alexander Mr and Mrs Walker Brown spent two days of last week at Glendeane vis iting Mrs Browns parents Mr and Mrs Hoskins Mrs Charlie Chamberlain has return ed from Louisville where she went to attend the meeting of the grand officers of order of the Eastern Star of which she is a Mrs J M McAfee daughter Della of Allen Ky are the guests of her brother Ed McAfee for some time Rev F H Farrington occupied at the Baptist church both morn ing and evening on last Sunday and preached two interesting and practical Mrs Kirby Blaine and chil dren arrived Saturday morning from Lakeland Florida where they have been for the past six month on account Mr Blames health which is greatly club was entertained at 42 Tuesday afternoon April 21 by Miss Jessie Brady at her on Caroline to the wife of T J Adkisson on Tuesday April 2r a fine boy Miss Nannie Childs will on Saturday May 2 close out all of her spring hats at reduced prices These hats must go that day and it will be the biggest bar gain you ever got along that line Miss Olio Mae Clarkson has returned SUDDEN Little Wilford Ridge Died At The Home Of His Parents In This City Last Friday mqrning about 4 oclock Wilford Ridge the older son of Mr and Mrs John Ridge died very suddenly at their home in the West End Wilford was four years of age and won the hearts of both young and old people His bright cherry disposition attracted the attention of every one who came in contact with him and ho had made many friends during hs short sweet life A funeral service was held at the home of Mr and Mrs Friday afternoon after which thoy took the remains to Louisville for interment which took place Saturday Besides the parents Wilford is survived by one brotherThe family was accompanied to Louisville by Mr and Mrs Chas Jackson Mrs Fisher III Mr Chas Fisher of Rockvale and his daughter Mrs J E Smith of Glendeane were called to Basin Springs Monday on account of the illness of Mrs Fisher of Alberta lJnrL n i IThe of pulpit sermonsMr of improvedThe streetBorn DEATH Ridge to Big Spring after being the guest ofII Mr and Mrs H H Kemper for daysMiss Rebecca Childs of near Bran denburg is visiting her sister Miss Nannie Childs Miss Louise Babbage of Cloverport was the guest of Miss Eva for a few last week Mr and Mrs Harry H Kemper have returned from a visit to reldtives at Big SpringHilliard Biggs spent Sunday in Louisville visiting friends Mrs Charlie Beard children of Hardinsburg spent Thursday with Mrs Nora Board Edwin Jolly who has been a student at the Spencerian College returned home Friday to be with his mother Mrs L A Jolly this summer Miss Ida Dowell of Guston is the guest of her aunt Mrs Sam Dowell for a few weeks Louis Bennett Moremen Harry Smith were nicely Saturday by Ben Helm Weaver at the home of his grandparents Mr and Mrs Bate WashingtonMr Peyton and son Halliday from Owensboro were visitors of Mr and Mrs Frank Peyton last week Miss Ola Lyons of Custer came Sat urday for an indefinite visit to her grandparents Mr and Mrs Foster LyonsMrs Will Cain and children of Louis ville are the guests of her Mr and Mrs A B Coleman for several daysMr and Mrs JO Chapinand daugh ter Eva May left Sunday for a weeks stay at Cloverport the guests of rela tives and friends ll REVIVAL ENDS Rev Davis Returns Home After A Successful Meeting Here The Methodist revival closed last Thursday evening after holding some most spiritual and beneficial The Rev Pat bavis who assisted Rev Currie has returned to his home in Lou isville A purse of 92 was made up for him by the committee Mrs H L Stader Mrs Wickliffe DeHaven Mrs Fred Praise and Mrs Chas Skillman Members received during the meeting were Clovis H Bowles A S Purcell J C Stiff C W Allen James Kasey Henry T Davis Mrs F L Lightfoot Mrs Ida Whitworth Mrs Annie Pine Mrs Rosa Leslie Miss Ruth Frymire Miss Zradie Tucker Miss Winnie Isoin Miss Motile Patti Pauline Nicholas Louise Nicholas Rosa Sippel Wandie Carlysle Katherine Criss Florence Weatherholt Owen Berry Percy Jolly Frank Noble Marcus Miller Joseph Miller Elmer Hoffius Stanley Brown James T Skillman At Glendeane J B Haynes and Jas Webb of Gar field went to Glendeane on Friday Mr Haynes bought a fine Durham Bull from W R Moormen above contains the young people Misses lLrirt lIar and Miss Mabel McGlothlan country the member and the home McGlothlan days and and entertained parents services business MAY WEDDING Popular Baptist Minister Will Wed A Charming Brandenburg- Girl As announced in the Meade County Messenger last week the marriage of Miss Mabel Simmons to the Rev Frank Henry Farrington will take place Tuos day afternoon the twelfth of May The ceremony will be said in Jhe Baptist church at Brandenburg at four oclock that afternoon in the presence of a large number of guests Miss Simmons is the attractive daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Temple Simmons of Brandenburg The Rev Farrington is at present pastor of the Irvington Baptist church and also serves the Highland church He is a most popular minister and has had much experience in church and Sunday school work A southern church has called him to their field but there is a tie that binds him so closely to the people of Irvington that he will take the matter into con sideration for some time before making any definite decision Noted Visitor Irvington was highly complimented during the Presbytery by a visit from Admiral John C Watson of Louisville who was there as a representative from the Warren Memorial church He was entertained at the elegant home of Mr and Mrs J W Piggott Admiral Watson retired from the navy in 1904 and he is a grand old sailor I INTERESTINGANNOUNCEMENT Miss Ollie May Clarkson And Dr A M Hardaway To Be Married In June A HOME WEDDING Mrs Julia Clarkson of Big Spring announces the engagement of her dau ghter Ollie May to Dr A M Hardn way The marriage will be solmenized tits first of June Although the details of the arrangements have not yet been completed the wedding will take place at the brides home Miss Clarkson and Dr Hardaway are members of the most aristocratic fam ilies of Breckenridge county Sue is a most interesting young girl having traveled extensively and is highly ed ucated Dr Hardaway is formerly of Bewleyville and has been in the west several years The bride to be is the sister of Mrs H H Kemper of Irvington Mrs J M Fitch and son James have returned from Union Star INTERESTING WEEK IN IRVINGTON h PRESBYTERY LoUisVilljTuesday ACTIVITY Church Workers Accomplishing Much This Spring at Irvington Irvington is justly celebrated for the tine music in her church choirs The music at the Methodist church under mler the direction of Mm Piggott is daysI beautiful and enjoyed by a- de congregation The Methodist lioir is often assisted by several mom ihers of the Baptist church choir 000 I The Methodist church at Irvington as for sale one chandelier and hang I u lamp five benches and an or an I Write to Mrs Charles Chamberlain I Irvington Ky for what you need in this lineI ooo The members of the Baptist church have repaired their church and have also contracted for gasoline lights simi lar to those used at the Methodist church We call the attention of home seekers to our little city of churches and fine railroad facilities Come and dwell with us and we will do thee good 000 If the activity manifested by the good women of the town in church affairs were imitated by the men in school matters there would certainly be a school in which the town might take some pride 000 The Methodist church has undergone a number of repairs The front entrance has been rebuilt the altar ex tended to make the necessary elevation for the choir and a splendid new organ installed It is an Epworth Auditorium ooo The Presbyterian church has built a choir platform and added handsome choir for their singers and installed gasoline lights This is quite an im provement and makes the people of Irvington a nice place to worship Six Doctors of Divinity Among the visitors at the Presbytery were six doctors of Divinity whowere Dr Peyton Hoge Dr Donald McDonald Dr C K Crawford Dr W R Brown Dr Frances Irvin and Dr E L Warren A Compliment to Mr Lyons J Judge Peckenpaugh one of the de legates from Louisville was entertained by Mr Jonas Lyons who is known all over the state for the fine lunches he serves In speaking of his stay with Mr Lyons Judge Peckenpaugh said he had seen and heard a lot about that good chicken and pic but he never knew before until this visit what a good man that wasbehind thocounter t I IThe Fighting I Chance 1000 by the Curtis Publishing Company 1900 by Robert W I J it but ifhe woe slow he was also minute lie went over every word again and again studying absorbing each letter each period the conformation of every word And when he ended he had In his brain a photograph of the letter which he would never forget And now slowly minutely method ically he was going over and over Planks words and his manner of say ing them and their Import and the bidden one If any If Plunk hud spoken the truth and there was no reason to doubt it Plank had quietly acquired a controlling in terest in Amalgamated Electric That meant treachery in somebody Who Probably Siward perhaps Bolwether He would not look at the latter Just yet not for n minute or two There was time enough to see through that withered pink and white old fraud But why had Plank done this And why did Plank suspect him of any de sire to wreck his own property He did suspect him that was certain After a silence he spoke quietly and without emotion Everybody concerned will be glad to see Amalgamated Electric declaring dividends This is a shock to us he glanced impassively at the shrunken major but a pleasant shock I think It well to arrange a meeting as soon as possibleTomorrow said Plank with nII manner of losing discussion And his brusque ending of the matter Quarrier detected the ringing under tone of an authority he never had and never would endure If Plank suspected him he must also suspect him of complicity In the Intercounty grab He must suspect him of the ruthless crushing power that corrupts or annihilates opP Nit lon making a mockery of legislation a Jest of the courts and an epigram of a peoples indignation- As Qunrrler sat there meditating his long white fingers caressing his soft pointed beard Sylvia came in greeting the men collectively with aInod and offering her hand to Plank Dinner Is announced she said Please go in farm fashion Walt as Plank following the major and Quarrier stood aside for her to pass No you go ahead Howard and you to the major Left for n moment In the room with Plank she stood listening to the others descending tthe stairs then Have you seen Mr Slward Yes said Plank Oh Is he well Not very Is he well enough to road n letter and to answer ono Oh yes lies well enough In that wayI supposed so That is why I said to you over the wire not to trouble him with my request You mean that I am tot to say anything about your offer to buy tin hunter No If I make up my mind that I want the horse Ill write him pet hapsLingering still she let one hated fall on the banisters turning back toward Plank who was following- I understood you to mean that that Mr Shvnrds financial affairs were anything but satisfactorythe sweet trailing upward inflection making IC n question When dill I say that demanded PlankOecen month ago I didnt said Plank bluntly OltI had Inferred It then from something you said or something you were spent about Is that It I dont know Am I quite wrong then she asked looking him In the eyes And Plunk who never lied found no answer Considering him for a turn ment In silence she turned again and descended the I The dinner oughly well clioHon dinners of few courses nnd faultless service suitable for card players who neither core to ntuff themselves as a preliminary to a battle royal nor to dawdle through courses eliminating for themselves what Is not good for them The men drank n light sound aromatic Irish of the majors the women except Ma rlon who took what the men took used claret sparingly Coffee was Ma In the head Dftln anywhere bat its omon lacongestlon pain blO presaurenothlns- We usualy says Dr ton It lift baa crewaaide pinkShQQpJd jdettsllod Dr Shoop biped vressur away denpain centers bcl1armttur 1eU hUUtu1 GenU ltelTo U 5UlCl7 equalizes the blood c1rcto 7 ft beidMaa WI blood piMiara If Iis patntul period Nntn women same CAQM 11 roe are ileepleia IMU nurooi Its boot 00 proMure Tbft forelr u titialautet and thetabled I1m dIatltbW j- ttrralrssul our Woodr wuJ aoeh ret fed sal iilnyouT Oierarwt doe If coo oa IWMn Ja- wvs tt ttmpiy UOD eeue- M a6att 4 re6omastal Dr Shoopi Headache TabletsALL DEALERS V 1 IROBERTI IICopyright cnzunbI shlilSI PAIN served where they sat the men smok ing Agatha and Marlon producing their own cigarettes Good people It you are ready we will go through tho ceremony of cut tlng for partners unless otherwise you decide How say you said Sylvia I I dont care to enter the scramble for a man cried Grace If its to choose Id as soon choose Marlon Plank looked at Leila who laughed All right choose then said Sylvia Howard youre dying of course to play with me but youre looking very guiltily at Agatha The major asked Leila at once so Plank fell to Sylvia pitted against Ma rlon and Grace Ferrall A few moments later the quiet of the library was broken by the butler entering wth decanters and ice and glasses that tinkled frostily Play began at table No1 on a pass ed make of no trumps by Sylvia and at the other table on a doubled and redoubled heart make which sent a delicate flush Into Agathas face nnd drove the last vestige of lingering thoughtfulness from Quarrlers leaving it a tense pallid and expressionless mask out of which looked the velvet fringed eyes of a woman Of all the faces there nt the two tar bIos Sylvias alone had not changed neither assuming the gamblers mask 1 nor the infatuated glare of the ama teur She was thoughtful excited de lighted or dismayed by turns but always J wholesomely so the game for its own sake and not the stakes absorbing I her partly because she had never permitted herself to weigh monott ey and pleasure In the same balance but kept a mental pair of scales for eachAs usual the fever of gain was fiercest In those who could afford to lose most Quurrler playing to rule with merciless precision coldly exact ed every penalty that a lapse In his I opponents permitted Agatha her teeth set In her nether lip her eyes like living jewels answered Qunrriers I every signal interpreted every sign I her play fitting In exactly with his as though she were his subconscious self balancing tile perfectly adjusted mech anism of his body and mind J Now and then lifting her eyes she sent a long limpid glance at Quarrier like a pale shaft of light and under his heavy fringed lashes at moments I hit level gaze encountered hers with a slow nanowing of lidsas though there was more than one game in progress more than one stake being played for under the dull rose glow of the I clustered lights The collar of diamonds find aqua marines shimmered like the reflection of shadov y lightning across her throat A single splendid Jewel glow ed on her left hand np her fingers flashed among the cards for the makeup A hundred aces broke In Planks heavy voice as he played the last trick and picked up the scoring card nnd pencilOnce Marion overlntent touched a card In the dummy when she should I have played from her own hand and Sylvia would have let It pass hud not Plank calmly noted the penalty I Oh dear Its too much like bush ness sighed Sylvia Cant we play for the sake of the sport I dont think It good sportsmanship to profit I by a blunder Rule observed Marlon laconically 1 411are barbed wire If you want the I brushI myself never was crazy for the brush murmured Sylvia 1 Grace whispered maliciously But I youve got It with the mask and pads and her mischievous head bar Iy tipped backward in the direction of Quarrier Especially time mask returned SyliviII under l Ir breath and laid on Ii table the last card of a YnrborolllhII Toward midnight Sylvia nbsorbe1 in her dummy funded she heard the I electric bel1 ringing at the front door Later hnvlig barely mantle the nit J she was turning to look nt tine major when lioyotdI him she saw Leroy Mortimer I enter the room sullen pasty skinned but perfectly sober and well groomedYou a trifle late observed SylI IIvia carelessly Grace Ferrall and MnI rlon Ignored him Plank bade him good evening In a low voice The people nt the other table haItag completed their rubber looked around at Mortimer In disagreeable surpriseIll in If you want me If you dont say so observed Mortimer- It was plain that they did not so he settled himself in an armchair with an ugly glance at his wife and an inso lent one at Quarrier and the game went on in silence Leila and the ma- Jor still losing heavily under the sneer Ing gaze of Mortimer At last Whos carrying you he broke out exasperated and in the shocked silence Leila very white made a movement to rise but Quar rier laid his long finger across her arm pressing her backward You dont know what youre say tax no remarked looking coldly at Mortimer Plank laid down his cards rose and walked over to Mortimer fax I have a f rd with you 1 he h Bad BackacheSuch suffer every month from back acheIs It necessary No It can be prevented and relieved when caused by female trouble by tak- Ing a medicine with specific cura five action on the female organs and functions which acts by re lieving the congestion stopping the pain and building the organs and functions up to a proper state of health Try WINE OF CARDUI WOMANS RELIEF suffered for IS years writes Mrs Malinda A Akers of Basham Va with various female troubles I had such a backache that it drew me over so I could not stand straight The doctors could not help me so I took Cardul and now I feel like a new woman At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing symp DeptThoChattanooga Tenn E 38 asked bluntly You may And Ill help myself to a word or two with you retorted Mor timer following Plank out of ttime tonal down the stairs to the lighted reception room where they wheeled confronting one another What IIs the matter demanded Plank At the club they told me you were asleep In the card room I didnt tell Leila What Is wrong Im Im dead broke said Morti mer harshly Billy Fleetwood took my paper Can you help me out Itto hue tomorrow Plank looked at him gravely but made no answer Can you repeated Mortimer vio lenity Havent I done enough for you Havent I done enough for everybody Is anybody going to show me any consideration Look at Qunr riers manner to me just now And this very day I did him n service that nil his millions cant repay And there you stand too staring at me as though I were some importuning shabby gen teel hinting around for an opening to touch you Yes you do And this very day I lave done for you the the most vital thIngthe most sacred favor one mi can do for another lie halted stammered something In coherent hIs battered eyes wet with teats The matt was a wreck nerves stamina mind on the very verge of collapse Ill help you of course said Plunk eying him Go home now and sleep I tell you Ill help you In the morning Dont give way Have you no grltv Pull up sharp 1 tell you But Mortimer hud fallen Into n chair his ravaged face cradled in his hands He began to nimble nnd even to laugh weakly missing his puffy shaking hands across his eyes Its good of you Beverly I ap predate It But Ive been good to you Youre all to the good my boy Understand All to the good I fixed It I did I I for you You can have rom Inning now You can have her when you want her I tell you What do you mean said Plank menacingly Mean I mean what I told you that day at Black Fells when we were tiding I told you you hud a chance to win out Now the chance has come iauies I told you Start in and by tit tine youre ready to say When shell jo there with the bottle I dont think you are perfectly sane yet said Plank slowly Let It go at that then sniggered Mortimer struggling to his feet Bring Leila1 back Im all In Im go- Ing home Youll be around In the morning Wont you Yes said Plunk Have you got a cab Mortimer had one The glass 1 iron doors clanged behind him Plank waiting a moment sighed raised his head and encountering the curious gaze of a servant trudged off upstairs again The game had ended at both tables Quarrier and Agatha stood by the win dow together conversing In low voices Belwether at a desk sat muttering and fussing with a check book Th others were In Sylvias apartments A few moments later Kemp Ferrall arrived In the best of spirits very much incllnod to consider the night ASI still young but his enthusiasm me l with no response and presently he departed with his wife and Marlon inI heir big car Leila in her wraps emerged in n few moments looking at Plank out of serious eyes and they made their brief adieus and went away in Planks brougham When Agathas maid arrived Quar nor also started to tako his leave butt Sylvia seated at a caW table dl irranging the cards In geometrical de ilgns and fanciful arabesques looked ip at him saying MI wanted to say something to you Howard Agatha passed them going into SylI rias room for her wraps and Quar ier turned to Sylvia Well he said with the lightest hint of Impatlerico Cant you stay a minute asked Sylvia surprised Agatha Is going In the motor with me Is it anything important She considered him without replying Site had never before detected that manner that hardness in a voice always so ever In quality What is it he repented She thought a moment putting aside for the time his manner which she could not comprehend Then I wanted to ask you a questlonni rather ignorant one perhaps Its about your Amalgamated Electric company May I ask it Howard After a seconds stare CertaInly he said Its only this If the other people the Intercounty I mean are slowly ruining Amalgamated why dont you stop it- Quarriers eyes narrowed Oh And who have you been discussing the mat tel with Mr Plank she said simply I asked him Ho shook his head and said Id better ask you And I do ask you For a moment he stood mute Then his lips began to shrink back over his Beautiful teeth In one of his rare laughsIll be very glad to explain it someday he said but there was no mirth In his voice or eyes only the snicker- Ing lip wrinkling the pallor Will you not answer now she askedNo not now But I desire you to understand It some daysome day be fore November And one or two other matters that it is necessary for you to understand I want to explain them Sylvia In such a manner that you will never be likely to forget them And I mean to For they are never out of my mind and I wish them to be as In effaceably Impressed on yours Good nIghtlIe took her limp hand almost briskly released It and stepped down the stairs as Agatha entered cloaked to say good night They kissed at parting life em bracing deathas Mortimer had uncered on a similar occasion Then Ifylvla alone stood in her bedroom hands linked behind her her lovely head bent groping with the very ghosts of thought which eluded her fleeing vanishing reappearing to peep out at her only to fade Into nothing ere who could follow where they flitted through the dark labyrinths of mem oryThe major craning his neck in the bay window saw Agatha and Quay bier enter the big yellow motor mill disappear behind the limousine And it worried him horribly because he knew perfectly well that Quarrler hud lied to him about a jeweled colin precisely like the collar worn by Agatha1 Caithness and what to do I say to JUlY I dy on the subject wits for the first time In his life utterly beyond his garrulous ability Another matter He had violated hiv word nUll had been caught at It by his prospective ephewlnlaw broken hI + pledged wonl not to sell his Amalga mated Electric holdings and had done It Yet how could Plank dominate un less another also had done what IIir had done And it made him a lltt more comfortable to know he was sharing the fault with somebody probably wirli Slward whom he now hind the luxury of despising for the very thing he himself had done Drunkarl be muttered to himself Hes In the gutter at Instr And he repeated It unctuously al most reconciled to his own shortcom ing because It was the first time ns far as he knew that n Bel wether might legitimately enjoy the pleasures of holding the word of a Siward In contemptSylvia had dismissed her maid the old feeling of distaste for the touch of another hind returned since the last mad crushed embrace In Slwards firms had became a memory Now blue eyes dreaming under the bright masses of lice loosened hair she sat watching the lust glimmer amid tho ashes whitening on the hearth think ing of Slward1 and of what had been between then and of what could never be never never be One red spark among the ashesher ambition deathless amid the ashes of life Whci that too went out life must be extinct What he had roused in her had died when he went away It could never awake agnJn unless he returned to awaken It And he never would lIe 1would never come again One brief Interlude of love of pas sloe In hot life could neither tint nor taint the eooh normal sequence of her days Alt that life held for a woman of her caste all save thatwas hers when she stretched out her hand for It hers by right of succession of de scent hers by warrant unquestioned toebe launched if necessary by that very very old lady drowsing enthroned as the endless pageant wound like a Jeweled river at her feet againtsauntering toward her through the sunlight smiling his absent smile She caught her breath painfully straightening up A single ash fell In the fire The lost spark went out Pain anywhere can be quickly stopped by one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tab congestlontShoopsryPink Pain Tablets simply coax congested blood away from pain centers These Tabletsknown by 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 bytJ CtlAPTER ELEVEN u lIE park was very misty and T damp and still that February mornIng Far away on the wooded bridle path the dulled double gallop of horses sounded now muffled In a hollow now louder jarring the rising ground nearer heavier The dulled double gal lop of sounded the n suddenly checked to n trample as Sylvia I drew bridle by the reservoir nod straighten ing In her sad die raised her Hushed face U theskyRain she asked as Quar rler controlling his beautiful restive horse ranged up alongside of her Probably he said scarcely glanc- Ing at the sky where above the great rectangular lagoons hundreds of sea gulls high In the air hung flapping stemming tome rushing upper gale anfelt below On their dally rides together it was her custdm to discuss practical mat ters concerning their future and It was his custom to listen until pressed for n suggestion an assent or a reply Sparing words cautious chary of self commitment and seldom offering to assume the Initiative this was the surface character which she had come to recognize and acquiesce In This was Quarrier as he had been develop ed from her hazy preconceived Ideas of the man before she had finally ac cepted him at Shotovcr the autumn be fore Site also knew him as a meth I odical man exacting from others the orderly precision which characterized his own dealings A man of education and little learning of attainments and little cultivation conversant with usages formal intensely sensitive to ridicule incapable of humor This was Quarrlef as she knew him or had known him Recently she had little by little become aware of an indefinable change In the man For one thing he hail grown more reticent At times too his reserve seemed to have something almost surly about it Un der his cold composure a hint of sonic thing concealed watchful and very quietConfidences she had never looked for in him nor desired It appalled her at moments to realize how little they hind In common and that only on the say facea coinmuntou of superficial In terest Incident to the fulfillment of so cial duties and the pursuit of pleasure Beyond that she knew nothing of him required nothing of him What was there to know What to require Now that time main line of her route through rife had been surveyed nnl carefully laid out what was there more for her In life than to set out upon her progress It was her own road Presumptive leader already logical lender from the day she mar ried leader In fact when the ukas n her future Ilegacy so decreed It was a royal road laid out for her through the gardens and pleasant places A road for her alone nnd over it she had chosen to pass What more was there todesireFrom the going of Slward nil that he had aroused In her of love of Intell Hilly Fleetwood Hgence of wholesome desire and sane curiosity the intellectual restlessness the capacity for passion the renais sance of the simpler Innocencehad subsided into the laissez faire of dull quiescence S t t t t Riding there head bent her pulse tuning the slow pacing of her horse she presently became aware without looking up that Quarrier was watching her She moved slightly in her saddle to look at him and for an instant far cjtti that there was something furtive Continued Next Week KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS wTHDr Kings r New Discovery II FOR COLDS OUOH8 TPd 100 1UCJII AND ALLTHROATAFD lUNlnOUILES GUARANTEED t3ATISFAOTOB- OR YONIIT RXYUNDED Meal and Feed at Mortons Millt We have just put in late improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner r JY FOR ALL KINDS OF Foundry Machine Boiler Electrical Gasoline Boat Tin and Galva nized Work J Plumbers Mill Boat and Tin ners Supplies Come To Th- eCloverporlFoundry Machine Co Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Correspondence Solicited 0 StylishComf able Tr r made clothes All the latest patterns for highgradeDadebyanteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May do Co Cannelton Ind f 1 IF it is the surest and safest place you want to have your watchrepaired go to T C LEWIS he knows how and does as he knows Ho has one of the finest collections of beautiful uptodateJEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices goldand silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Come he is glad to welcome you and give you satisfactionT Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky H DeH nOORMANAt- torney at Law- t1ARDINSBURO KY theCourtsto cr Special attention given to collections oad cases and criminal practice License to practice InUnited States Dlstilo Courts Office over Bank of Hardlnabunr Millerr Brick Tile Ce1 Incorporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v v Main Office Rrtoms 8 ahd 10j I 00 F BriUaioOltI Owensboro Kentucky i T o I FISCAL Official Proceedings I lowed at Term At a Fiscal Court began and held iInl and for Breckenridge county at the court house in Hardinsburg Kentucky on Tuesday April 7 1908 Present HonH DeH Moormanpre siding judge of the Breckenridge county Court and the following justices of the peace towit John OReilly T M Bates H G Vessells Chas H Drury John T McCamish and Frank Ruppert being all the justices of the peace iiin commissionIt by the court that J W Spencer be and he iis hereby allowed the sum of 430 the amount of tax for the year 190 paid upon property raised by the county board of equalization without notice to him This day came Wm Soper and pre sented a claim amounting to fjS for boarding one Jesse Burnett which was rejected by the court This day came R W Meador and Douglas Dodson and presented claims for dog tax amounting to f1 each which they claimed to have been erroneously assessed against them for the year 190 which claims were rejected by the courtThis day came MWeatherford and presented the claim for poll tax which he claims was erroneously assessed against him for the year 190 amounting to the sum of 150 which claim was rejected by the court This day came James Thomas and moved the court to exonerate him from paying poll taxes in the future which motion was rejected This day came R E Moorman and presented to the court his claim as bridge commissioner which was referr ed to a committee composed of justices Bates and Ruppert This day came the commissioner and receiver Paul Compton and filed his report as such which was referred to a committee composed of justices Vessells Drury and McCamish This day came M H Beard commis sioner tor the Railroad Tax districtand filed his report as such which was referred to a committee composed of justices Ruppert OReilly and Bates This day came Asie Hardin and pre sented to the court a claim amounting to the sum of 75 for supplies furnished Fernetta Staples a pauper idiot which claim was referred to a committee com posed of justices OReilly Bates and DruryThis day came T J Moore clerk of Breckenridge Circuit Court and pre sented the following claims for fees as such clerk in the following cases 3179 Comlth of Kentucky c vs SAPate 18 50 3177 Comlth of Kyc vs S A Pate 2020 3178 Comlth of Kycvs S A PateIiiGO 3181 Comlth of Ky c vs V B Burtons Admr 13 50 8189 Comlth of Kyc vs V B Burtons Admr1850T- he county attorney Gus Brown ob jected to the payment of the said claims and upon the motion they were referr ed to a committee composed of justices McCamish Drury and Vessells This day came J J Severs and pre sented a claim for 6 for room for hold ing magistrates court for three days which was rejected by the court It is ordered by the court that the fol lowing sums be and they are Hereby al lowed the appropriated to the persons serjcesIssac McCoy poll tax erron eously assessed and paid for year 1907 1 50 Mrs Nannie Adkisson taxes on 926 worth of proper ty erroneously assessed and paid for the year amounting to the sum of 278 to be paid by the R FOR RHEUMATISM BACKACHE PAIN IN CHEST DISTRESS IN STOMACH 1 SLEEPLESSNESS x J J S G H H D I T E J B F W Dr HeadacheBreckenridge W J Democrat fur ballots and elec foryear 1907 proceedings Court 169 05 J V StClair count S F Keys who were to report upon the county and filled a writ is as follows Court of Breckenridge the undersigned after of the bridges of county would make the The Rosetta bridge on account of mai at west end and willl repaired or rebuilt in the years is in bad condition on sills being badly de end and should be re as soon as possible in worse condition tha the county except Tar made to last a few year bent under west end bridge needs two to be made perfectly safe north was broken some repaired but not suffici safe needs straightening repaired before it can public iron bridge needs new bridge in corporate needs new roof iron bridge needs all con brace rod tightened McGavocks Pisgahs Goshen Rock Lick Run Falls of Sinking andI iron bridges need paint Caney Creek Mercers Bandys Clover Creek on Jolly and Cloverporti bridges are all in goodI needs new roof NorthI end sills Glendeane down but suggest being is not needed line bridges Peter Cave and McGhees Ford are good condition except needs repairing F Keys V StClair S R B C of the several actions of Kentucky c and Roscoe Laslie asi of the estate of V B for the recovery of on taxes so collectS Pate and Burton a county of Breckenridge t and which penalty said sheriffs and not paidI proper authorities as so actions which actions the Breckenridge Circuit it further appearing tha f books and stubs show the amounts so col exsheriffs have both been fire and the plaintiff iinI being prevented fromt in proof as to its claims it is therefore orderedl be dismissed that J A Deanei and legally employed tot of said actionsi with the county attorney and that the said Deane perform said labor in the said suits it is be allowed the sum of services to be paid out levy for the year 1009 on Page Eight Was On His Heels of Skippers Va had I the spring of 1906 He of pneumonia left m such a fearful cough declared consumption death was on my heels to try Dr Kings It helped me immedi taking two and a half well man again I found Discovery is the best rem and lung disease in allI Sold under guarantee at Co 50c and 1 1 Trial I SPANISH THRONE ROOM Outrivals In Splendor Anything of the Kind In Europe The throne room of Spain outrivals EuropeYThe ancient throne stands In the apartment known as the room of am bassadors The decorations of this apartment Include vast crystal cumuli Hers huge tables Inlaid with precious marbles vest plate glass mirrors gild Ings rich hangings and above all tin painted ceiling representing the long line of Spanish kings in the various picturesque costumes of the provinces statenoodlesllie In state niter death The throne Is of rich velvet embroidered Around it are grouped four great surer lions with their heads turned away as If guarding the occupant Four broad steps lead up to the throne room from the polished floor of the room and the crimson cow nIn footstool Is In Itself a work of art this room have been gathered for Spanishspossessions the world over at a time when Spain was 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of the panic of November Dur ing the Intervening seven months prices dropped steadily showing plainly that there was a weakness In the financial and Industrial structure The utter foolishness of blaming speculation for the downward movement Is obvious The stock market with Its dally record of prices said us plainly as It was pos Bible to say Danger Stand from un derSomething similar happened In 1S93 Bradstreets for July 29 1893 shows that twenty representative stocks fell on an average 45 points or more than CO per cent between January and July This mitigated the effect of the panic One of the most striking Illustrations of the cold blooded accuracy of the ex change is recorded by Proudhon In the Speculators Manual published at Paris In 1857 In which he shows that In the later days of Napoleon and the restoration while French patriotism was at white heat prices on the bourse advanced with each victory of the al lies reflecting the belief that the defeat of Napoleon meant more for 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supply In the ancient history of several eastern countries al lusion Is made In unmistakable terms to the existence of petroleum springs New York American Kodol for dyspepsia has helped thou sands of people who have had stomach trouble This is what one man says of itliE 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 Hud it a fine blood purifier and a good tonic May you live long and prosper Yours very truly C N Cornell Roding Ga Aug 27 1000 Strong Room Perils Before now people have been shut In strong rooms and have had narrow es capes On one occasion a locksmith was repairing an Interior safe In the strong room of a New York bank when j the cashier closed the vault door As It was worked by a time lock It meant that the door would remain closed un til the following morning Fortunately the man knew the secrets of his stronghold and by opening a manhole was able to obtain a sufficient supply of air He then made a pillow of a bag of dollar bills and composed himself to sleep until the door was opened next morning Strand Magazine A big cut or littlecut saial scratches or bruises or big ones uroI heard quickly by DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve It is especially good for piles Get DeWitts Sold by all druggists S1tIS fac tIWhy do you set your alarm clock i You never get up when It rings 1 No but I have the satisfaction of knowing I am sleeping late of my own free will and not by accident Ex change If you have r HeadacheTry They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving now bad Aftereffects 25 Doses 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulk The Louisville Times 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 S 5S a year but you can get th- 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I LLLESUWEDNESDAY APRIL 29 1908 SAMPLE More rain wore rest for the poor tired farmer tr Mrs Grahm Jolly and children of Clovarport are visiting hire Melissa Gibson this week John Arnold and family have moved V to Owensboro where Mr Arnold is employed with the L H Ie St J4Ry 1rances Grant of Hazel Dell has moved here Air Grant Iit in very bad health now and talks of going to his son in California soou Miss Henrietta Ahl of Evansville is expected here soon to be the guest of liar uncle H T Dowell of Beech Hill Quite a crowd from here enjoyed a nice Baster dinner at at Mr and Mrs Vol Fifes near Hazel Dell They were Mr aud Mrs Henitt Brumfield and little son Bernhard Hart Mrs JID Dowell and sons Russell and Shafter and Mr and Mrs H S Brumfield and little daughters Mamie and Ruth Sunday School was organized April 12 and good attendance F F Bennett was in Owenaboro a few days last week the guest ot his tister V Mrs John Arnold Rev Willet of the Walnut Grove church preached here Sunday night Taylor Basham lost four horses last week lightning struck the barn Listen for the wedding bells and hear them ringing soon at Sample Will Dowell sold his farm last week to Louie Varble of Steohensport Mrs Crit Dennett entertained Sunday for dinner Misses Eva and Bessie Drum field Miss Lillian Adkins and Miss Katie Jolly Messrs Carl and Floyd Armstrong Frank Bennett and Robert Needman cf Lodiburg MISS COWHERDS PUPILS RECEIVE HIGH GRADES Por the first time during the term of the Irvington Private School there were three who received an average of 98 per cent at the close of the fourth month thus attaining the Golden Honor Roll They were Beulah Mudd Eliza Piggott and Jack Doard The following pupils reached the honor roll Katharine Wimp Louis Bennett Moremen Byron Clay comb Mary Heron and Lewis Herndon RALLY NIGHT I IThe Epworth League will hold a rally at the devotional services Sunday night A special program is being ar ranged and an invitation is extended to the public to be present promptly at645 I P M STEPHENSPORT Rev F R Roberts and wife are at Kingswood attending the commence mentThere was a large crowd attended the Easter services here The egg hunt was very much enjoyed by the little folksMrs Sallie Bennett spent Saturday and Sunday at Sample the guest of Mrs Nelson Jolly Lonnie Varble has purchased the Harrison Dowell farm and moved his family there last week James Grant Who was living on the farm has moved to Sample Taylor Basham had a fine mare killed by lightning Mst week A mule and tour hogs were crippled The lightning struck the barn but dld not set it on fireDr and Mrs Nevitt were in Clover port last week Nelson Jolly of Sample who has been dangerously ill is improving at this writing- D J T Milner of Patesville passed through town Saturday en route to Union Star to visit his mother Johnson Stiles and son Dustin were in Clovorport Saturday Boyd McKaughan and son are build ing themselves a fine barge for towing purposes Their lumber came from AlabamaMrs Albert McKnughan and little daughter Elsie went to Sample Satur day to visit relatives Several from this place attended the convention at Hardinsburg Saturday James Brown has returned from Ow enaboro where he has been working in the switch yards Mrs M L Roberts has returned from OwensboroMrs T Fox is on the sick list Dont forget when the hot days come to call on Morgan Bros for cream soda as they have a fine soda fountain Vise Allen of Ekron was in town Saturday getting up a music class Mrs John Adair and daughter Miss Jennie May have gone to Hawesville to spend the summer Morgan Bros have filled their ice house and will deliver ice any time DAILY HERALD- WITH NEWS FOR 3 ireat Newspaper Bargain Offered By County And City Papers WAY TO SAVE MONEY The Breckenridge News ant Louis ville Daily Herald can be ordered through John D Babbage Sons Pub I Co for 300 for one year This is I a splondid opportunity which will be open until June 15 The Louisville Herald is establishing a reputation for 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constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken In ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system tbereby destroying the foundation of tho disease and giving tho patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In do- Ing Its work Tho proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case It falls to euro Send for list of testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Take hulls Family Pills for constipation M Resigns Breckenridge NewsUnder the ex isting conditions of the organization of the A S of E and as the farmers do not wish to hold to the A S of E any longer and that they think the Trust can handle their business better than they them selves also that they are willing to return to their old plan of controling marketing that they would rather have the Trust make their prices than to make them themselves I therefore with to announce through the News that I want 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papers would therefore cost you 260I not lees We now offer to new subscribers and I renewals or either paper ONE YEAR ta Farm Journal FIVE 1 YEARS I 125 I The Noted Hamilton Cultivator rarvcMV IMPROVED RIDING CULTIVATOR No2 with Square Steel Beams and Four Shovels = Our riding cultivators like all others of our make have the adjustable arch und adjustable standards but In addition to they have another feature that has helped more than nay other to Increase their popularity that Is tho toot treadle for controlling tine beams It y a direct forward pressure of the toot on the treadles attached to the tllO oJlerntor can instantly make tho run to the right or the left ILt will enabling him to dodge crooked corn with easo Tho lovers ono on either side of the seat within easy reach of tho operator enable him to control tho depth of tho furrow or to lift the beams out of the ground entirely These features of course make the cultivator very easy to control and together with tho low seat located so the operator can see the whole Implement make It tile finest cultivator the kind to found any McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvinirton Kv Clierocliee Roses Mrs Foster Heyser has a rose bush which she here trom Florida and it is laden with beau tiful blooms There are nearly three hundred roses on the bush this week HONEY AXATIVEChildren of at a at in of 65 of of in own sectionand yearfhave these guide beams beams be cutlvatorInt tMr Arms Improving The host of friends of Mr Micajah Arms of Hardinsburgare glad to know that he is able to be out after an illness of eight weeks suffering from rheuma tism AN- DOUCH Tastes so goon TAR I YRUPE CHICAGO Y Illftull all other owin gun us canrtsdtof M Mtall tfaou Bone OpUUi Kemsdrslre Couin Syrup mores the bowel contuoi no oplstss For Sale by all Druggists l i i n Tutts Pills FOR TORPID LIVER- A torpid liver deranges the whole system and produces SICK HEADACHE Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheu matism Sallow Skin and Piles There Is no better remedy for these common diseases than DR TUTTS proveTake T5he Breckenridge News n WEDNESDAY APRIL 29 190S Announcement- At the sollfltntlon of nuuiprous friends announce myself us u Tufr duluKiiiu to tilt IlepubUran Notional Convention horn the Fourth ConRressloLul HMrlut OILS HLANFOUD Announcement Wo are authorized to announce the liON BEN JOHNSON us u candidate for roelec tlon to Congress hubpjct to the action of the Democratic convention PERSONALAND LOCAL Ladies neckwearNolte Ed Morrison has returned from Louis lille Everwear hosiery Nolte Miller Winn spent Sunday in Louis villeCloverport post cards Nolto New mattings oil cloths curtains NolteLadies swell skirtsNolte Mrs Carl Banton went to Addison WednesdayHouse ingredients Nolle Miss Florence Lewis is ill at her home I in the West End Shoes shoes shoesNolte- C W Dyer has returned to St Joseph Mo May magazines at the News office Miss Clara Dyer has returned to Me ridian Miss Fred Brown of Clay Ky visited Mir parents yesterday Oxfords oxfords oxfords Nolte Dr Frank Hook and family have re turned to this city Syreno Winn and Stuart Babbage spent Sunday in Louisville Misses Rebecca and Martha Willis spent Wednesday in Louisville f Mrs G W Roth returned to her home at Martin Ind Sunday Mrs Chas Miller of Cannelton is the guest of Mrs L B Perkins Mrs Benton Eubanks and daughter Alice have returned to Frankfort Mrs Laura Butler of Louisville is the guest of Mrs John Reynolds School sailors of the latest materials and shapes at Miss Evelyn Hicks Stephen Kennedy of Webster was the guest of Mrs Jess Bohler Sunday Mr and Mrs C E Keith and chil dren have returned to Elizabethtown Mrs George Short is expected here this week from Florida to visit friends Miss Myria Watkins has arrived from Owensboro to visit Mrs Manie Moor manEd Foote of Owensboro has been the guest of his sister Mrs V G Bab bageA L Howard was in the city Thurs day and renewed his subscription for NewsMrs Jolly of Irvington is ex pected soon to visit Miss Jennie M HarrisA line of midsummer millinery will be opened at Miss Evelyn Hicks this week IMrs James Shellman and little daugh ter Myrtle were the guests ot relatives here last week Mrs Annie Eliza Ryan left yesterday for Helena Mont to spend the sum mer with her sister Mrs B M Currie and children Eu daily and Mary went to Nebo KyM to see her mother whois ill Efton Beavin and sister Miss Evelyn Beavin of Henderson have been the guests of Miss Evelyn Hicks Mrs Dan Duncan and Miss Wheeler arrived from Louisville Sunday night to visit Mr and Mrs Henry See the Witching HourDunanII newest creations in hats large millinery and department store I The Rev James T Lewis will attend the Southern Baptist Convention at I Hot Springs Ark the second week inIII May I J M Fitch is expected home from Oklahoma today Robert Wilson was home last week from Louisville Steve Wilson was busy in the county last week working insurance W T Halliday has returned to Tar Springs to spend the summer Miss Tula Babbage has not been able to attend school for several days Mrs Eugene Haynes and daughter Miss Ruth are visiting in Sample Miss Ida Dutschke of Holt was the guest of friends at Lodiburg Sunday Wm Newton of Louisville was the guest of Mr and Mrs Chas Bohler SundayMorrison Calhoon dentists omc lownstalrs 205 Fourth street both Jhones Owensboro Ky Mrs Venable has arrived from Owensboro to make her home with her daughter Mrs D Stewart Miller Capt J H Rowland and Lawrence Murray went to Owensboro Monday on business in regard to the postoffice rob bery Miss Mamie DeHaven has been vis iting in Hawesville She expects to visit in Greenville during the coming summerMrs Polk will have her summer opening of pattern hats Friday and Saturday The millinery will come from Chicago Mr and Mrs John Gregory and daughters Inez and Carrie Eaiie of Louisville were the guests of Mrs Clyde Morrison Sunday Mr Ed WhiteheAd and daughter Louise were the guests of Mr and Mrs Clarence Wheeler last week They also visited relatives at Rome Ind Miss Jonnie Mabel Harris entertained the Girls Club in a most delightful manner Friday afternoon The mem bers are talking of organizing a Tennis ClubMrs James Cordrey has a line of beautiful summer millinery showing the designs that are different frqm the early spring styles Send mail orders to her Avoid Extreme Falfaue Exercise that brings into action ovary musclo of the body is absolutely necess ary in the attainment of health and perfect physical development Tired brain workers especially need exercise to renew the supply of blood in the brain for new blood will give blear thought and new ideas To avoid that all in feeling after any violent or unusual exercise Sloans Liniment should be used as a rubdown Mr Harry K Gilman instructor of athletics 117 Warren Street Roxbury Mass writes During my connection I with athletics and athletes will say that I have used Sloans Liniment in extreme cases of fatigue after physical exertion where an ordinary rubwould not prove beneficial with splendid suc cess I have also used it in massaging elderly men afflicted with rheumatism We always keep a bottle around the house for any household emergency and I always carry one in my grip and will in the future II Made 92 For Missions The Rev James T Lewis succeeded in raising 9210 for missions in the Baptist church in this city Sunday This makes over 135 the church has given this year for the missionary cause 4216 of this amount was given by the Womans Foreigh Missionary Society Mrs James Cordrey who gives every dime she gets for missions gave f20 in dimes to this collection A Twenty Year Scntncee I have just completed a twenty year health sentence imposed by Bucklens Arnica Salve which cured me of bleed ing piles just twenty years ago II writes O S Woolever of LeRaysville N Y Busklens Arnica Salve heals the worst sores bolls burns wounds and cuts in the shortest time 25c at Severs Drug Co AIIISipes Mr Clarence Ahl and Miss Sarah Jane Sipes were united in marriage at the clerks office in Hardinsburg Satur day The ceremony was said by the Rev C W Stone The bride and groom have many friends who join the News in wishing them much happiness Childrens Day Service The Methodist Sunday School will hold their annual Childrens Day Ser vice the first Sunday in June The following have been appointed as the committee to arrange the program Misses Grace Plank Margaret Burn Lula Severs Elizabeth Skillman and Louise Babbage A New Orleans woman was thin Because she did not extract sufficient nourishment from her food She took Scotts Emulsion ResultShe a pound a day in weight ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 MR CHICKS DEATH Prominent Man Dies At His Home In Mt Sterling Friday Afternoon George E Chick aged seventythree years died at his home in Mt Sterling about 2 oclock Friday afternoon He was a prominent business man of that city and was engaged in coal business The deceased is survived by his wife who was Miss Carrie Watkins of this city and several children Mrs Chick is a sister of Mrs Mania Moorman and I Mrs Ed Oglesby Mrs Oglesby we to Mt Sterling Saturday to he with he sister and to attend the funer- alHARDINSBURG Rv R E Adams and wife of Brad fordsville atendecl the commencement exercse of Kingswood College and ar visiting relatives here Mrs Marvin D Beard nnd her mother Mrs Judith Dejarnett and Mr B F Beard are visiting Mr and Mrs Allen S Edelen of Burgin H usrcleaninjj in its annual march is up in us- Fishing is demanding the attention of our men Lawrence Wilier has made the luckiest catch to date Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough was the guest of Mrs Morris Beard a day or two last week Marriage lice ces issued lust week L P Carwile Born Pryor James W Haycraft Haltie Cltmmons Clarence M All Sarah Jane Sipes McH Quig gIns Annie Bell Glagscock Gus Barger Minnie O Hesler Jonn Alexander of Buras was iin town Monday John Trent and John Cook of Castor wore in town Monday County Court Commissioner Lee Walls sold at the court houvs door Mon day the John Priest fourteen ncre tract of Itttid on High Plains to Roland Car man for 230 John W Muller leaves ths week for Lexington where he goes to take an at tendants place at the Eastern Asylum The Ladies Aid has contracted for the skating rink Thursday night of this week Music and the usual good time in store for all who patronize the rink The tacky party given by manager T J Hook at the rink Thursday night was a decidedly pleasantaffair Misses liary Franklin Beard Eloise Hook and Mar- tine Mon rch won the prizes s IIHenry Roberts of McDaniels we here last week soliciting funds for th new Methodist Episcopal church Ca verts Chapel to Le built near John T MooresSherman Ball of Frankfort and Jesse Eskridge of Owensboro were here a few days last week in the interest of their cnnidates for the presidency The last reports from Tom J Moore at Battle Creek Michigan state that his e slowly improving Born to Mr and Mrs John E Mon arch Hunday 26n girl Hon Green W Beard was in Chat tanooga Tennessee several days last week attending a missionary meeting Hon Charles Blanford was in town Monday and Tuesday Judge Milton Board has been ailing for several days M J Thomas has been numbered with the shutins for a few days but hopes to be out again soon MR WEATHERHOLT WEDS MISS BRYANT Prominent Young People Unite At Cannelton Monday Afternoon TO LIVE AT TOBINSPORT Mr Walter Weatherholt and Miss Lavina Bryant of Tobinsport Ind were united in matrimony Monday afternoon at 3 oclock The wedding took place at the home of Mr and Mrs John Schafer at Cannelton Ind and the Rev L S Sanders officiated iin the marriage ceremony Mr Weatherholt is a member of the firm of Weatherholt Weatherholt ferrymen and the bride is a well known schoolteacher of Tobinsport having completed her last term of school last Friday at the Frank school house They went to the home of the brides father Mr John S Bryant to spend their honeymoon Will Hold A Revival At Hupklnsville The Rev B M Currie pastor of the Methodist church of this city has been called to Hopkinsville to conduct a series of revival services in that city Rev hirrie has decided to hold the meeting there immediately after district conference which will be the first of June + + Im Wants m + h FIVE HOUSES to rent Call on U L Fcorn hogs 1 mowing machine 1 onee11sher110lDustoud SALEUoo 15 11 1 portable Trick engine also saw rig good us now every enslr1tuNsanaddress It T Iuto Victoria Ky FUR SALECiibln launch 24x8 Kor fur PLANKaFOIL RENTA furnished room to a rest convenient to business part of town and depot Apply at the Newsolllce ntFOfiSALE machinesiGasolineEnKlnoRMAn1INLouisville Iv pOU SALESaddlo and Harness Horse 7 yours old will work anyplace will make a nice family horse lie Is dark bay weighs over 1000 poundsApply to Thos Smith Stophensport lye III I I I b I t J r M008ySavBdis I Irvington PharmacyJ price and saves you moneyff on any article sold i Have PERUNA you been haying at I IIper anywhere 66c bottleII line of Post Cards not any where in the IIALive and Let Live Our M- ottoIrvington I Phar01acyII Iv Important MrJno W fiord an expert repair man is an addition to our jewelry department Bring your broken Vat ches and Jewelry to Severs Drug Co Henderson IRoute Notes Special Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 115 and 118 and all trains Sundays Round trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates to local points good to return Sunday Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L L H St L Reduced Rates One way Colonist rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to April 30th Homeseekers round trip rates to West and Southwest February 4 to 18 March 3 and 17 Republican State Convention Louis ville nay 6 For this occasion 3 round trip from Cloverport May 5 and 6 Good to re turn May 9 DUuy Renews Dear Sir and FriendEnclosed find check for 1 to renew my subscription to the News I have been a subscriber from the time the News was founded in 76 and 1 do not feel that I can 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and Sporting- Geode Trunks and Bags HouseIuinithlnxfiVeilings and Dress Boys Clothing Music AGENTS FOR TH- EDemorest at If Don t DrInkmm fm mAnyk Old Thing Because Youre Thirsty i The snore cents you pay for bottle of impure goods Ik will buy bottle of our goods guaranteed pure 4 Water and syrups are filtered therefore our bottled goods are more wholesome than most drinking water We the ctt kkdifferenceso do our competitors Dealers the differ ik and you will Carr Bottling and Manufacturing Works L Hawesville Kentucky Mr Long Dies Suddenly sudden death of Irving Hodgson Long has caused apprehension in city of pneumonia Sunday afternoon the of parents George Long the Bardstown roadnear Louisville Long made trip city Hardinsburg in his machine Mr Long cousin of DuRelle Fairleigh Dress Goods Silks Departments Upholstery Coverings Hosiery Umbrellas and- Pameole Infants Leather Nets- Jewelry Furniture Sewing Machine 162i know know ante Drink bottle know r Poindexter Galloway In Irvington A young man who has many friends in this city and who formerly lived here is Mr Poindexter Galloway He has returned from Hopkinsville and is now visiting his mother at Irvington Mr Galloway expects to come to Cloverport soon for a short visit Try the News Want Column a BIG ROADPROBLEMIP- revention of Damaging Hard Highways by Automobiles THE EFFECT OF TWO TIRES Soft Rubber Variety Injures Where the Iron Improves International Congress of Highway Engineers Will Discuss the Issue Few would think that the soft pneumatic tire of tho whizzing automobile could so shorten the life of the mac adam roads as to absorb the attention of highway engineers of every civilized country of the globe yet they are do ing an incredible amount of damage dally to rock surfaced highways and France has called an International con gress of highway engineers at Paris on Oct 11 to discuss this latest and most startling road problem To understand how the broad soft rubber tires of the modern gasoline propelled juggernaut kills the roads which iron tired wagons Improve one must have at least an inkling of the methods adopted by Tresauget of Li cnoges and Macadam of Ayrshire when the so called modern first rock sur faced highways were planned and put down Macadam figured that the constant passing of iron tired wagons DAMAGING EFFECT OF AUTOMOUILKS ever a crushed stone highway would grind dust particles from the stones that those particles would fill in all Interstices and that wettings and roll lags would not only give a hard smooth surface but that the highway would Improve as the years pass For a century and a quarter the wis dom of the Scotch road builder was Justified Every country that lays Claim to civilization adopted it and thousands of miles of road were laid annually in France Germany England Holland and the United States Then came the automobile and a few years after its arrival the road overseers began to notice the deteriora tion of these highways Broad and level stretches became strewn with surface stones ruts became frequent and dust clouds were constantly set tling on the adjacent property The trouble was quickly traced to the au tomobileThese machines through the tractive and centrifugal forces exerted by their rapidly turning wheels were pulling the rock dust from the roads and swirling it away In blinding clouds While every Iron bound wagon tire was doing Its own small percentage of rock crushing dust making road smoothing nn 1 rock tamping every rubber automobile tire was undoing that work by taking the dust away Tresaugot and Macadam knew that the effect of wagon traffic would be beneficial to rock surface roads but they never suspected that In future years chugging machines guided by begoggled speed mad enthusiasts would rush frantically across the face of nature or that the wheels of the odd vehicles in which they Journeyed would be bound by air stuffed rubber The antidote lies in the discovery of a method which will benefit both the road and the car Study to overcome existing conditions by creating better conditions is now going forward and it Is practically certain that when tho International congress meets there will bo a solution of the road problem VI WeakHeart There are certain nerves that control the action of the heart When they become weak the heart action is impaired Short breath pain around heart choking sensation palpitation fluttering feeble or rapid pulse and other distressing symptoms fol low Dr Miles Heart Cure is a medicine especially adapted to the needs of these nerves and the mus cular structure of the heart itself It is a strengthening tonic that brings speedy relief Try it For years I suffered with what I thought was stomach trouble when the doctors told me I had heart trouble I had tried many remedies When the Dr Miles almanac came into my hands and I concluded to try Dr Miles Heart Cure I havo taken three bottles and now I am not suffering at all I am cured and this medicine did It I write this in the hope that It will attract the attention of others who suffer all I did MRS D BARRON 804 Main St Covlngton Ky Your druggist sells Dr Miles Heart Cure and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind I Y y y This woman says that after I months of suffering Lydia E Linkhams Vegetable Compound made her as well as ever Maude E Forgiekof LeesburgVa writes td I want other suffering women to know what Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound has done for me For months I suffered from feminine ills so that I thought I could not live I wrote you and after taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and using the treatment you prescribed I felt like a new woman I am now strong and well as ever and thank you for the good you have done me FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulcera tion fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear mgdown feeling flatulency indies tion dizziness or nervous prostration Why dont you try it I Mrs Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice Silo has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Mass and the evil effects of the automobile will be turned to a benefit Director Page of the office of public roads of the United States department of agriculture who recently received through the French ambassador M Jusscrand nn invitation to attend the congress at Paris in the fall was asked recently if the life of the highways was so seriously menaced as to Justify a condemnation of the motor car and to warrant an international congress to discuss it Nobody who has made a study of the hard surface roads of this or any other country would attempt to deny that the motor car is constantly short ening the life of such thoroughfares said the director but that is no rca son for the condemnation of the automobile The arrival of this machine has created a new and unlooked for condition That means that the new condition must be studied and the problems which have arisen must be solved It does not mean that because the roads suffer through the arrival of the motor car the motor car shall pass in the interest of road preservation II regard the automobile as an im portant factor in the upbuilding of dvlllxation and It has come to stay It has created conditions demanding the best thought of the highway en gineers of the world I see In the so utlon nothing short of Ideal dustless roads Highway Raking WIn rocks are raked out of the roadways they should be gathered up and hauled away Too often they are left beside the wheel rut where passing travel works them back into the road or into the ditch only to be handled over again They should bo deposited in piles outside the traveled way put upon the road location and later used in drainage work ROYAL SCHOOLMASTERS Kings Who Turned to Teaching to Make a Living In tho early punt of the life of Kins Christian IX of Denmark there was no prospect of his over becoming the ruler of tint country With this in vlcnv he became a schoolmaster at tin German university of Halle Being too poor to keep a servant the Dowager Czarina Dagmnr of Russia one of his laughters used to help her mother to do the household work and take care of the younger children During this period there were ling Frederick VII and several others In the direct line of succession that stood before Prince Christian hut by a sue cession of deaths that occurred he be came the heir apparent and after till death of King Frederick VII In IStW he was proclaimed King Christian IX ofDenmarkAnother of a similar nature Is that of Louie Philippe During the time ho was exiled from France then being tho Due do Clmrtros ho became a teacher of mathematics and geogra phy In Switzerland About thirtysix or thlrty oven years afterward on Aug 0 1830 he was proclaimed King Louis Philippe of tho French London An swers Puzzling Differences In Weights Which Is heavier a pound of feathers or a pound of load They weigh the sameWhich Is heavier a pound of feathers or a pound of silver The pound of feathers Is heavier because feathers are weighed by avoirdupois weight which has 7000 grains to the pound while the precious metals are weighed by troy weight which has only 5700 grains to the pound Which Is heavier an ounce of feath J ers or nu ounce or fenverl An ounce or silver because In the troy ounce there are 480 grains while In the avoirdu pols ounce there are only 4371h grains The avoirdupois pound of 7000 grains Is divided Into sixteen ounces while the lighter troy pound of C7GO grains is divided Into twelve heavier ounces The First Coin Sweater Coin sweating which so often fig ures In the Old Bailey calendar Isi a very very old crime More than six centuries before Christ there was a coin sweater one Alexander of Byzan tlum lIe was chief officer of the pub lic treasury and he amassed an Im mense and sudden fortune by clip ping the money In so skillful a man ner that his frauds could only be dis covered by weighing The Byzantines gave him the nickname of The File from his making such dextrous use of that tool whence probably comes the modern term of file applied to thieves pickpockets and cunning hard headed scoundrels Pearsons Weekly Clothing In China In winter throughout the cold lati tudes of China the Chinese of all classes wear fur wool or hair lined garments Even the cooly laborers have their sheep or goat skins and people of the middle and official classes have many sets of garments lined with the richest furs In China houses are rarely heated to the winter temperatures of European or Amen can Interiors and In consequence fur lined clothes are worn Indoors as well as out He Got It If Groucher ever comes around your place borrowing anything said Wise dont let him have it Youve spoken too late said Hus kleIIHe was around yesterday Youre easy What was he borrow ingTrouble Hes In the hospital to day Philadelphia Press MISS HAMBLETON TO MAN AGE TilE FISHER PLACE Last week Mr Ed Bacon was here from Louisville on business in regard to the Fisher farm and made arrangements with his niece Miss Jane Hambleton to continue the management of the place Miss Hambleton has Displayed her ability for the work during the recent illness of her ancle James B Fisher and since his death she has had entire charge of the farm Her mother Mrs Adele Hambleton will make her home with Mies Hamhleton after May first Tired mothers worn out by the peevis 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 P01 IN HAWAII The Favorite Food of the Natives and How It IIs Made In years gone by each native Hawal ian took a particular pride in producing his own pot a food made from the taro plant but nowadays It is made in factories the work being done al most wholly by the native born China men who receive 1 per day for their laborsI fortunate enough at Lahalna however to see this staff of life made in the old fashioned way The taro plant seems to be a cross between a sweet potato and a turnip and the root is long and fleshy This after steam ing must be pounded into a sort of flour before mixing A stone pestle Is used and often it requires hours to beat the root to the proper consistency When a certain stage is reached water is added and it is worked into a thin paste put into a barrel and allowed to ferment The taste for pol has to be acquired and few if any foreiunera ovetonro for it ss food To Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble trouble preys upon the mind dis IIKidneyand lessens ambition beauty vigor cheerfulness when the kid are of order diseasedKidney trouble has so prevalent It Is uncommon child to be born with weak kid If the child urin often If the urine scalds the If when the child reaches an age should be able to control the Is yet afflicted with bedwetting it the cause of the difficulty Is malland and the first step should be the treatment of these Important This unpleasant trouble Is due to a condition of the kidneys and to habit as most people Women as well are made mis erable with bladder trouble and both need great remedy The mild and effect of SwampRoot is realized It is sold by druggists In cent and one sizes You may I sample bottle by soon out not a too not a free also pamphlet tell nome of 8r rapiioot ing all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Sc Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember tb name SwampKoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y a oa every bottln J v Who Will 8e President This is presidential year and evory man must read to keep posted on politics The CourierJournal Henry Watterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaerp but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of th- eWeekly CourierJournal Butjyou can get that paper and th- eBreckenridge News Both One Year For S15OIf you will give or send your order to this paperNOT to The CourierJournal Daily CourierJournal UICI Sunday CourierJournala We can give you a combination cut rate on these if you will write this paper meft suggested sour starch It is served on the native table In a huge wooden bowl known as a calabash from which It Is eaten with tho fin gers each member of the family dip ping Into the same dish The number of fingers used Is measured by the thickness of the pol three fingers be ing required for the thinnest and one for that mixed to the consistency of mush The taro plant Is easily cultivated this Is also done by Chinamen and I am told that one square mile of taro will feed 15000 natives Factory made pol which Is pinkish purple In color costs 1 a bug about the size of a flour sack containing an eighth of a barrel It Is nutritious cheap and fat tening Pol is the principal food of the lauas native feasts Roast pig Is usually the meat on these festive occasions Leslies Weekly Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup the cough syrup that tastes nearly as good as maple sugar and which children like so well to take Unlike nearly all other cough remedies It does not con stipate but on the other hand it acts promptly yet gently on the bowels through which the cold is forced out of the system and at the same time it al lays inflamation Always use Kennedvd Laxative Cough Syrup Sold by all druggists Wins Second Honor Lexington Ky April 17Special Thomas A Houston of Butlerrepre seating Transylvania University won first prize in the intercollegiate ora torical contest which was held in Morrison Hall at Transylvania Uni versity tonight Arthur Wallace Babbage of Cloverport representing Kentucky State University was given second honor The winners subject was liThe Rise of the Southern Com mons while Mr Babbage had for his theme Man in the Democracy DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little liver pills Sold by all druggists Cautious How did pi act when you asked him for my hand Very gentle and courteous It quite took me by surprise- I told him you used to bo a pugll IstKansns City Independent From the Start Attorney When did your husband first show signs of insanity madam Wife The day ho married me I then discovered he was making only 10 a week It takes two to make a bargain but mly one of them gets ItPuck Gentle and Effective A wellknown Manitobs editor writes liAs an inside worker I find Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets inval uable for the touches of biliousness natural to sedentary life their action being gentle and effective clearing the digestive tract and the head Price 25c Sample free Severs Drug Co iijIiJIt ji IIW 1CondensedJ II of Irvington Ky at the close 01 business RESOURCES Loans and discounts14D 734 82 Overdrafts joo 11 Hue from banks naners11004 45 Ranking house and lot 4 000 00 Cash on hand 7 345 68 Furniture and fixtures 1 000 00 113 545 06 March Inf2Qundivided Deposits II Custer Branch of H First II KEMPER CashierII RESOURCESLoans fii C04 21 Due from banks and bankers 13 117 54 Cash on hand C 200 25 Furniture and fixtures 450 00 131 462 00 000 and 2 H Duo 3 LIABILITIES 50 f31 468 W II BowiiEn SKILLMAN Cashier LianiroOT VlceiPresldent CIIAS SKILLMAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every and protected the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited ONNNNNNNN 00N N NNN1 The Bank of HardinsburgI and Trust CompanyCA- PITAL 5000000- B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier CUMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A Kincheloe D Richardson Does a General Banking Business as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and every Fiduciary Capacity Introst Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byFire orBurglary NNNN NNNNi41 + INN NN t1ii +E iiTHEy FiftK Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr i + Ifirstclass troIDI toallparllI The Carlsbad America French Lick and West Baden Springs hid Now reached by direct line of the Southern Railway j j Evansville 7 20 2 20 pmjj Rockport 15 15 pmii Cannelton 7 15 15 II Tell City 7 25 2 22 pmjj IILroy 7 35 n 32 French Lick 1020am 545pm i Arrive West BadenIO 30 5 55 pm Daily Except Sundayii ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS Evansville to French Lick3 16 RockportCo If 2 52 Cannelton It 2 72 Tell CityII It 2 60 TroyII If 2 44 E D Stratton P Evansville Ind C Beam A G A Louis Impure blood runs you down makes you nn easy victim of organic diseases Burdack Blood Bitters purifies the blood cures the causebuilds you up DUKES Rosten Burnett is ill with typhoid feverMrs Clara Campbell was a few days last week Mrs Minnie Basham and daughter Pauline of Goering visited relatives this place last week Miss Barbra Nichols Garfield is visiting her sister Mrs Lin Wheatley Tom and James Slaughter of Victoria attended the funeral of their Oscar Slaughter Wednesday Mrs Emmett Hall is improving Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson Mrs Carrie Johnson Misses Senda Powers Flora Newbury Josie Johnson Messrs Eddie and Powers attended Catholic church at Cloverport Sunday Misses Jessie and Mabel Wheatley were in Patesville Friday shopping Edna the infant child of Mr and Mrs Tom Bowlin died Sunday April 5th and the burial took place on Monday the Johnson graveyard at this place and Mrs Claudia Campbell were in Cloverport Thursday shopping Eugene Basham made a business trip to Patesville Saturday- S v 4 Ji 4 4hJJi ra 31 1908 1 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid 00 Surplus profits 925 banks 625 90 40 893 52 113 545 00 Undivided profits 62 50 Deposits 31 SliD 00 A B SUTER Cashier President A B F L way by PAUl M S Acts in at of in I shopplngldklstrlct and two blocks Ithe principal theatres Street cars pass thedoor of the city- Everything neat I I of Leave am 7 am 2 nm 2 nm m 2 Arrive am To West Baden3 20 2 56 It It 2 76ii 264II 2 f A J Jr P St Mo 1 ill father Alex Mr 48 L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND Cloverport507AN MNo Olo verport 10 W A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1345 p m Train No 114 Dally fast mall leaves Clo vorport 450 p m stops at all way stations atLoulsvUleaccommodation WEST BOUND coacmmodattonleaveswaystationsexpressleavesatHawesvilleStanley Honderaon and Evansville arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mull arrives Oloverport 740 p mEvansville 1030 p ullatt11LouisfastNo 115 train leavesCloverport 11081 yP M arrives Evansvlllel35 A HawesvllleOwonsboro betweenLouisvillecars and free cars on trains 115 Louisville nrStFordsville Branch EAST BOUND leavesFordev111o500a tuTrain leavesFordsvillopttiTrain No 0 Sunday only Fordvllle6 30 a m Irvington 903 am WEST BOUND Train No 3 Daily except Sunday leaves Irvington 1100 am arrives Fordsville 245 pmTrainNo 5 Dally leave Jrvlngton 850 p V m 1 arrives Fords Ulo 1015 pm Y Try the News Want Column il A 4 s ai ar n j FRIBBLES OF FASHION ModishrMuch line soutache embroidery upon net Is Included thong the new trim mings and one may find such trim ming In almost any fashionable color and In nM grades from the narrow ELEVEN GOJIED SKIKT 3708 A pattern of this gored skirt may be had In sIJ sizes from 22 to 32 inches waist meat ire Send 10 cents to this of fice glvlnf number 370S and It will be promptly jrwarded to you by mall bands of Inexpensive machino braiding to the superb wide bands In which hand embroidery and hand braidings arc combined The new shirt waist is distinctive on account of its width of the shoulders This effect is not gained by cutting the shoulders longer The width Is given in the proper cut at the very start Fashion decrees just now that the veil does not necessarily match the hat In color which is an economy as one veil may thus do duty with a number of different hats A veil In a pale shade of lobster red was the adorn ment of a hat composed of violets and trimmed with a bow of pale blue rib bonStraw trimmings are a feature of many of the smartest hats and the dis clples of Audubon may safely rejoice that madam has found a substitute for the algret However the straw Imita- tIons are pretty airy and practical while they may be made up in every Imaginable color and shale jthe eleven gored skirt seen in the cut is made round length and is finished In the back with an Inverted box plait This is one of the new models and a very popular one JUDIC CHOLLET CHIC STYLES Long Sleeves the ModeChiffon Materials Still Popular For all shirt waists not blouses the sleeves are long There are to be no CURE BY CUTICURA- AT CITY MISSION Young Woman Found In Awful Con dition with ScabiesBody a Mass of Sores from Scratchingi Tried Many Remedies for Seven Weeks Result Was Discouraging But ITCHING TORTURES YIELDED TO CUTICURA While I was doing missionary work in the lower portion of several cities I found it necessary to know a little of tjlo efficacy of a few medicines and rftera while I found that a little knowl edge of Cuticura was about all I needed Ono of tho very bad cases I had to deal with was that of a young woman who bad come to us not only broken in spirit but in a most awful condition IbyslcnJly Our doctor examined herd told us that she had scabies the tcht incipient paresis rheumatism- to Drought on from exposure and the sffects of her raggededged life Her- r body was a moss of sores from cratching and she was not able to taro soUd food We tried many things good tonic was prescribed and baths ltb a rubbing of lard and sulphur We orked hard for seven weeks and you imagine how discouraged we were lien after aU that time we could see little improvement One day I haP led to see A Cutioura advertisement illlng how a little baby had been red eruptionalthoug4 ts with me I bought a cake of Cuti ra Soap and a bottle of Cuticura solvent When I reached homo I M like aoWld with a new toy and we mthed our patient well and gave her a uQ dose of bettertthaneshhad slept Mt night since lie had been with ua and the next day located the price of a box of Cuticura tment I am not exaggerating rtren I say that in exactly five weeks his young woman was able to look for position being strong enough to work JJd full of ambition In another trtonth she lleft the home and now has stood position in a nice family where elie is redpeetod and Is strong and well You mayrefer any ono you wish to mo onalJy Laura Jane Bates 85 th Ave New York N Y Mar 11 107 Complete External cod Internal Treatment to- rIrtlluumor of Inf nu Cbudren and Adults con Soap IUe to Caeoee tAe Skin 60e and CUtl McT orIiihetformkot CkocoUM 601 to Purtnr the Blood out IbSirorUj potter Drug ill Chem DoIIton llasa e s9aued tne CUUcura Book on Skin Dlleues more elbow length ones TheI able women stopped wearing r181110nII DAINTY Dn SLOG SACK i015 The pattern of this dressing sack maybe had in seven sizes from 32 to 41 Inches bust measure Send 10 cents to this of flee giving number 4016 and It will be promptly forwarded to you by mall tho early winter but now long sleeves will be universal For house gowns tho Japanese sleeve is still in style although it is more ot- a drapery than a sleeve It can bo worn over small underslceves as well as it has been worn over largo ones Most of the new materials have chif fon attached to their names There aro chiffon voiles chiffon panamas chiffon pongee and chiffon taffetas Everything goes by the name of chif fon even though there is no change in the texture from the plain materials of last year This dressing sack Is neat and easily made and the amateur will find that It holds no terrors for her if the pat tern is carefully carried out The negligee is no longer regarded as a cos tume to be apologized for if one is tug covered wearing it outside of the bou doll JUDIC CHOLLET Rheumatic Pains Relieved Mr Thos Stenton postmaster of Pontypool Ont WritesIIFor the past eight years I suffered from rheumatic pains and during that time I used many different liniments and remedies for the cure of rheumatism Last summer I procured a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and got more relief from it than anything I have ever used and cheer fully recommend this liniment to all sufferers from rheumatic pain For sale by Severs Drug Co STEEL HIGHWAY MACHINE Device That Consists of a Road Drag and Grader Combined The gap between the homemade split log drag and the steel framed high wheeled grader In road building ma chinery Is being filled by numerous devices partaking of the good points of each Among the latest of these Inven tlons says the Good Roads Magazine is the combined drag and grader shown in the accompanying Illustration This machine Is made of channel steel and has an adjustable cutting COMBINED ROAD DRAG AND GRADKU blade on the front drag bar that can be lowered to compensate for wear or removed entirely when It Is desirable to use the machine as a drag only Channel steel Is used throughout the construction of this drag for the extra strength It Imparts over that of n timber frame and for the additional weight which It affords to the drag bars and cutting blade It is designed to be operated with two horses but will carry a weight of a thousand pounds and four horses may be used if necessary JERSEYS GOOD ROADS Plan of Governor Fort For Their Im provement- At the annual dinner of the New Jer sey Automobile club in Newark the other night Governor Fort W H fiotchklsa president and others were among the speakers The governor promised his aid in everything which would tend to improve the sport In the Btate and on the subject of roads said There Is one thing which I hope to see established In this state and that Is a department for automobiles and motor vehicles There are two reasons which go to show that the putting into effect of such a scheme would be a benefit to the state and automobileH owners I might say the chief reason would be that with such a department we would derive a revenue which vjrill equal Any other obtained by the state save that which wo receive from corporation taxation Wo should at least accumulate in this way 200000 on a reasonable basis The other reason is that we should have the best roadaof any statejn then i L Union and with the money derived WeII would be In a position to repair otherwise maintain these roads That Is what I propose should be done with the money derived by the proposed de partment It Is my desire to see after the establishment of such a department a legislative body that will provide that every dollar of revenue go to repair and maintain our roads Educational Methods In Wisconsin Wisconsin highway officials are In fusing modernity Into their methods for educating the public on road build ing Arthur R Hirst state highway engineer is the author of a series of booklets designed for popular distribu tion which treat In an extremely lucid manner of the fundamental principles of road construction and maintenance The first four numbers treat respectively of earth roads the earth road drag stone and gravel roads and cul verts and bridges Supplementing these a course has been offered in a correspondence study department of the University of Wisconsin consisting of sixteen lessons which Is open to those Interested in the subject And the university has also issued a bulle tin explaining the methods of state aid In the different states and offers to sup ply material for argument pro and con on each method In an effort to induce debating societies to discuss the ques tion and thus familiarize their mem bers with the topic Hotel Men to Aid Good Roads Fight Atlantic City N J autolsts are to have the assistance of the big hotel men and business men of the resort in the fight which they are preparing to wage before state authorities for im provement of the roads between Phil adelphia and the shore says an Atlan tic City special dispatch to the Philadel phia North American According to the newcomers the patches of bad road are insignificant in length as compared to tho full length of the run and the repairs will probably be made before tho opening of the real spring road sea son Work has already been started on the five mile meadow boulevard which had been allowed to become rutty from lack of attention Money For Good Roads In addressing the house committee on agriculture at Washington the other day Director of Public Roads Logan W Page saM his committee would ask for about 30000 additional appropriate tion to carry on the educational work now well under way In various states Here and there about the country a mile or more of good road Is being built by the government In coopera tion with the citizens of the communi ties to illustrate the advantage of such thoroughfares Where localities are especially Interested the government furnishes rollers and other machinery with which to do the work Thousands of Rural Mail Routes There art 37728 rural free delivery routes In the United States which means an approximate distance of 1000000 miles traveled dally by the arriers Chamberlains Has The Preference Mr Fred C Hanrahan a prominent druggist of Portsmouth Va safIIIFor the past six years I have told andrecom mended Chamb rlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is a great remedy and oue of the best patent med icines on the market I handle some others for the same purposes that pay me a larger profit but this remedy is so sure to effect a cure and my customer so certain to appreciate my recommend ing it to him that I give it the prefer enc For sale by Severs Drug Co Easy Shopping There Is little trouble attached to shopping in Buenos Aires When n citizen with n plethoric purse goes to market he buys his vegetables In piles without regard to quantity or quality Nothing Is bought by weight If a man wants beef he simply tells the butcher he wants some meat and he gets n chunk pays the price and goes home satisfied Knew Where It Went Are you one of those mean spirited men who ask their wives what they do With the money they receive Certainly not answered Mr Meek ton I dont have to ask my wife She plays bridge whist Washington Star To have perfect health wo must have perfect digestion and it is very impor tant not to permit of anx delay the mo ment the stqmach feels out of order Taste something that you know will promptly and unfailingly assist diges tion There is nothing better than Ko dol for dyspepsia indigestion sour stomach belching of gas and nervous headache Kodol is a natural digestant and it will digest what you eat Sold by all druggists Pride Sets the Pace We are a great people because wo make such a hullabaloo about tho things to do because we accomplish them to the music of the band Our pride has set the pace and Its our pride that keeps tls up till we drop Cleveland Plain Dealer No Brother Needed But I shall always be a brother to you he murmured flIt I had any use for a brother she replied sweetly I could reach under tho sofa and get one right now Philadelphia Ledger For cuts sprains bruises burns rheumatic and all other pains use McLeans Vol canic Oil Liniment First sold In 1853 still the same effective remedy In 1908 Good for man or beast 2Sc Me and 1100 SANDCLAY HIGHWAYS As Useful as Macadam Roads For All Practical Purposes SIMPLE AND CHEAP TO BUILD Requires Less Money to Construct Than Any Other Type of Road Ex cept the Earth Kind and Less to Re pair The office of public roads at Wash ington has Issued a farmers bulletin which contains the following reliable information about the construction and value of sundclay roads The possibilities of the sandclay road may not be fully realized by the public for a long time to come still the progress being made in this form of road building in nearly every part of the United States is encouraging Such benefits as have come to Itch land county S C Pike county Ala Dallas county Ala Cumberland coun ty S C and many other sections throughout the Atlantic and gulf states from the use of sandclay roads should be a sufficient Incentive for a general study of the subject in those parts of the United States where these materials exist in adequate quantities Sand and clay had always been abundant In Tike county Ala Still a combination of the two for road pur poses was not thought of until four years ago At the present time there are nearly 120 miles of sandclay road in Pike county which for all practical purposes are as useful as macadam roads and which have cost about one sixth of the amount standard mac adam of the same or less width would cost In this section With this system the remotest section of the country may At be reachedIevery important public county will soon be a serviceable high way over which a wagon loaded with six bales of cotton may be drawn easily and quickly whereas before the im COXSTnUCTINQ A SANDCLAY ROAD provement began only small loads were possible It Is Important that success like this should be given wide publicity because It carries with It method as well as encouragement The first thing done In Pike county was to find out which of the clays accessible would make a good road After this Impor tant matter had been decided bonds were Issued to raise money to buy equipment This comprised eight out fits of fourteen to sixteen mules each wagons plows scrapers and hand toolsThe extent to which this form of road construction can be used In public road Improvement throughout the country can hardly be overestimated In making small repairs to roads if In stead of filling mudholes with brush a few loads of sand or gravel front sand bars and gravel beds found along the streams in hilly portions of the country were hauled to the road permanent Im provement would result It has been found that this kind of road Is admirably suited to the north western part of the United States as well as to the southern and It is be lieved that It will be found worthy of more general study than it has ever received heretofore Its study should be of interest to the public schools In the rural districts of the country If schoolboys were encouraged to make a sandclay walk to the schoolhouse the teachers task of keeping a clean school building would be sufficiently lessened to make up for the time taken to Inter est the boys Besides this actual im provement a lasting benefit would be given to that community from this sim plo study of a valuable process For a large part of the country the sandcloy road Is the only road possible or with in the reach of the rural districts It requires less money to build than any other type of road except the earth road and less money to repair It In simpler in its construction than any other except the earth road and lasts longer with the same amount of rev pairOn the subject of cost the bulletin says flIt is of course impossible to state definitely the cost of this form of con struction as it will bo found to vary with the price of labor the length of haul the width of roadway and depth and nature of material If we assume however that the clay can be procured within a mile of the road which is to be improved and that tho cost of labor Is about 1 per day and teams 3 per day the cost of constructing a twelve foot sandclay road on a sand founda tion covered with clay to an average depth of six inches would be approxi mately for a distance of one mile 57020 According to the experience of this office the cost of sandclay construction in the south has bees found to ratige from 200 to 1200 per mile Inmost cases running from 300 to 800 In case changes of grade have to be made with consequent cuts and fills tho cost would be proportionately greater than the figures given above c Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business i If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you tire 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 yoUwantonceiyou together This enablingbuyersJno D Babbaae venueWellS 1 andtmilesfrom andabeechUmbrr Beech never been worked Timber eau be LimestonelandfortolmccoyearroundIntJusyFand SALEA splendid stand for a druggist surroundedby JustthestepInto lAnartlculursport ly 2 352 acres on Hardlnsburj and VyoJ milesfromonestorydwallingsblacksmith snap ull necessary outhouses130 acres under cultivation and pasture 222 acres in timber white oak black oak beech Koodwatergood easy terms on balance Sales 6000 A Year storehouseetcAnnualyearPostabout 120 per year Three miles from HereisgoodbusinessJNO D BABBAGE KyI Sherman Ball Belter looking Than Ever Secretary of State Bruner prides him self on having the best looking aggreu tion of clerks and attaches on State House Square When they assumed the duties of their respective desks in January an intimate friend of Bruner styled them Bruners Beardless Bunch of Beauties and as a matter of fact they are all rather good lookingsmooth faced young fellows Bruner is very proud of them and has often told his friends that none of them smoked drank or cussed It is recorded that they recently joined the local Y M C- On A March IDr Bruner made an ad dition to his staff in the person of Sherman W Ball of Breckenridge county but lo Ball appeared for duty wearing nicely curled black mustache whereat the traditions of the office were udely shattered Bruners assistants often had been noted gazing sadly at the said moustache as its owner proudly twirled it perhaps repining that they too were not the possessors of the lip adornment while more often the pangs of jealousy shot through them for most of them realized that this was impossi ble It is said that recently the jealousy extended to the Secretary of State whose lip is as smoothe as a womans cheek and that he made a peremptory demand on Ball to shave off his mous tache telling him that it destroyed the harmony of the office Ball is said to have demurred on the ground the he did not have much hair on the top of his head and that he had to have some somewhere At any rate it is a fact that Ball went to his home in Brecken ridge county a few days ago and rev turned bereft of hirsute adornment Now Dr Bruner and his assistants are all smiles and the harmony of the office is restored Ball too seems to like the change and his friends insist that he is better looking than ever Kentucky State Journal To get well and keep well take McJ 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 f100 per bottle at all dealers 750 FAItM FOR SALES mile olTof 3mileslandtwohousetwoIgodryaguodurchardnp llSahliepaymentH oortCloverport feetund500 bearing trees mid acresInrassbalanceTwuneverGoodlimestoneandwheutOntlthlrdcush 850 010verportI smmalldwellingshouse anti corn crib Ono good cistern and sUlphursprlnKOOOOpounds andfare farmforuncuttimber ThisisBsmS600 Cram1Iolt landIndwellIulpondsThis20acresIlndheechtrultGoodKoodroadwornoutthefarm Middle Ridge Poultry Yards Single Comb White I Leghorns Bred to Lay Strain Eggs 100 per 15 2 00 per 50 300 per 100 MAS1JJ H PAYNE TOBINSPORT IND Phone 131 Box 20 He Gut What He Needed I Nine years ago it looked as if my time bad come says Mr C Farthing I of Mill Cresk Ind TtrIIIIIwas so run I slenderIthread It was then my druggist recomI aII IneededstrengthII I I had one foot in the grave but Electric againIand Ive been well ever since Sold I under guarantee at Severs Drug Co 150c TOBINSPORT Miss Mayme Boultinghouso of Cannelton visited her sisters Mrs Valter Dyer and Mrs Her bert Cockrell Sunday Chas Meckert of Tell City visited friends here Sunday Misses Nina Weatherholt and Della Winchell were in Cannelton FridayMort Groves went to Rome Sun day to visit relatives Rev L S Sanders is holding a series of meetings at the Baptist churchMrs Hugh Gardner and daugh ter Houston visited her father here last week Hal Weatherholt who has been to Texas returned homo Thurs dayMiss Elsa Harris was in Cannel ton Monday shopping Clyde Suddarth of Derby vis ited homefolks Sunday Commodore Polk of Skillman visitedrelatives here this week Alex Ahl is going to Moweaqua Hlj to visit his mother this wools The little daughter of Mr rind Mrs Fred Hawkins is very ill of bronchial pneumonia Mrs Meola McKinnoy is on the sick list Subscribe for the News J- n i i rI v rTr FISCAL COURT Continued from Third Page This day came Robert E Moorman commissioner of the Eveleigh Mill bridge and filed his report signed by J V StClair Supervisor of roads which is as follows towit I was appointed commissioner at the April 1907 term of this FiscalCotirt on the joint bridge be tween this county and Grayson county across Rough River at Eveleigh and submit the following report of progress on said bridge Mr Proctor Mr St Clair and I met at Glendeane on tne 19th of April 1907 and received bids from four bridge companies The lowest bidder was the Champion Bridge Co Their hid for 150 span of 14 ft roadway was 3970 The three other bids are on file in Grayson Co On the Hth of April 190i the commissioners from Grayson county Mr StClair and I met at Eveleigh and received bids from llr Cave and Murphy Bros for the masonry The contract was let to Murphy Bros of Bowling Green Ky for 4SM per cuyd Mr Caves bids was 5 per cuyd The masonry was not completed at the time specified in the contract Sept 1 1907 The abutment on the Breckenridge side was construct ed of limestone on solid rock foundation It is 34 feet high Both abut ments are 24 feet feet front face at bottom and 18 ton top They are 12 ft thick at bottom and 1 feet on top The abutment on Grayson side was constructed of sandstone and was suppos ed to be on solid rock It is 35 feet high The masonry was completed on Dec 2 1907 There are 7 10 cuyds on the Breckenridge abutment and 815 on the Grayson side On March 2 went to Eveleigh on being notified that the sandstone abut ment had cracked Found a crack in each wing wall beginning about 6 feet from the front wall and extending diag onally backward and upward Two stones were cracked on one ide and one on the other side There was al o a crack in the front wall All of these cracks were about one inch in thick ness On March 25 Mr Murphey came back and repointed the abutment Ac rding to Mr Aaron Stone and others ere had been no change in two of the ks and a very small fraction of an 5n the third one between March 2 I was there on Monday April Mr Proctor and Murphy The had not been disturbed All of r is respectfully submitted R E Moorman J V StClair I e total cuyds of masonry is 1555 at cr cuyd total cost is 1768170- ii tithe in Grayson county are 4479 re kenridge 4686 making Graysons t s4lO and Breckenridges part 60 RE Moorman Com I is now ordered that justices Rup iOReilley and Bates are appointed a committee to confer with the com- O iwioner and consider the foregoing C port and the orders heretofore made nd make investigation thereof and nuke recommendations to this court as- t its further procedure in regard to this matter and they will make report tomorrowThis came Robert E Moorman and others and filed their report on the Harris Fork bridge which iIn as follows We the undersigned commissioners appointed at the April 1907 term of VS Cheapest In Price of- Subscription the Fiscal Court submit the following I report of the bridge constructed across Harris Fork at Rockvale in this county We met at Rockvale on April 11 with Mr Ruppert and Mr StClair and de cided to construct a steel or iron bridge 62 feet long with steel joints and let the contract to the Champion Bridge Co for the sum of 5800 as per attached contractThe for the masonry was let to Mr Turner Cave for 430 per cud Mr Murphys bid was 570 This was let on May 24 This masonry was completed before the time specified Sept 20 1907 There are 76 cuyds of the masonry The foundation for this masonry was of gravel or hard pan This masonry completed according to at tachod contract The iron work was erected and accepted in October 1907 All of which is respectfully submitted by your commissioners R E Moorman J V StClair Cost of bridge is for steel 300 00 76 yds masonry 1 30 cu yd 320 SO Total cost 11120 SO R E Moorman J V StClair And it is now ordered that the fore going report be and the same is referred to a committee composed of justices RuppertMcCamish and OReilly for in vestigation and they will make report to this court At a Fiscal Court continued and hold in and for the county of Breckenridge at the Courthouse in Hardinsburg Ky on Wednesday April S 190S Present Hon H DeH Moormanpre siding judge of the Breckenridge county court and the following named justices of the peace towit John ORoillyT M Bates H G Vessels Chas H Drury John T McCamish and Frank Ruppart being all of the justices of the peace in commissionThis came the committee to which was referred the claim of R E Moorman amounting to the usm of 45 for services as bridge commissionerand recommended that the same be paid and the said claim is now allowed This day came the jailer R A ShellI man and presented claims for the su ms of 15820 and 1400 respectively which were referred to a committee composed of justices Ruppert OReilly and Bates Continued next week Plenty of Trouble isi caused by stage thou of the liver and bowels Togefciof it and headache and biliousness dad the poison that brings jaundice take Dr Rings New Life Pills the reliable purifhrs that do the work without grinding or gHplug 25c at Severs Drug C- oRAYMOND Chester Cbappell was in litrdiasbnrg last Saturday on business Misses Mary and Essie Cnihmnn spent last week visiting at their uncle s John nshman and Richard Avitt of Lodiburg returning home Sunday i Madam Rumor says we are to have a wedding in the near future a Mr and Mrs Roscce Norton of Fry ante visited ip this neighborhood Sun isyOral Coe mss went to Clifton Mills Sunday to see his father B J Coomei who nas been right poorly withrheuma istn but we nre glad to hear that he in much improved Most Complete end Accurate In News i Kentuckys Fearless Newspaper The greatest Presidential campaign of this generation will soon be in full swing Just now there is a most interesting fight on for the nominations Are you in touch with the trend of events in both parties Are you acquainted with the qualifications of the various candidates No newspaper in Kentucky is better fitted to publish complete reports during the Presidential campaign Its reputation for fairness is supreme You must have a daily newspaper Our clubbing arrangement is very attractive The Breckenridge NewsA- ND The Louisville Herald Both One Year for 300 V IMr Winfield Hendry submail clod being at home a few days left But day night for Owenshoro Henry Cashman was near GarfielI and Cuater last week selling stones lor J Vernia and son of New Albany Im Mrs C L Avitt visited her motht and sister near Hardinsburg last west Haydon Basset was at Union Star lat Saturday on business CYCLONE Over 500 Persons Killed In The Southern States Friday And Saturday In the series of cyclones which swept Mississippi Louisiana Alabama Tennessee and Georgia Friday and Saturday reports say that f00 person were killed and 1500 wore injured A million dollars worth of property was destroyed The loss of life was cheif lly in the quarters of colored persons where the wind destroyed their cabins burying the occupants in the debris In Meridian Miss where Mr and JrslWalterformer Cloverport people are living comes a report that two persons were killed and several injured So far ns known the persons above mentioned escaped injur- yOWENSBORO SAVINGS BANK IN HANDS OF A RECEIVER T A Pedley Is Named Receiver Executed Bond For 200000 Took Charge Monday James H Parrish President of the Owensboro Savings Bank and Trust Company consented Friday to the fil- Ing of a petition asking for a receiver for the bank with the Secretary of State as the plaintiff This action came after weeks of embarrassment during which tune Mr Parrish has used all the business energy I he had tit prevent his bank from being placed in the heads ofR receiver for liquidation THE RECEIVER Saturday T A Pedley signed the 200000 bond that fixed his responsi bility as receiver of the Owensboro Savings Bank find Trust Co He took charge of the bank Monday lhere is no change in the condition of lhe Davies County Mankind Trust Co twill resume business in a few days DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR The capital stock of the institutions fSOOOOO its surplus 50000 and on Fauuary 10 deposits were over 1000 100 It iis said thit over 500000 of the ime cerificates of deposits are hold by MtrsotiB residing iu thirtysix States and Ix foreign countries James H Parrish ins been considered the Napoleon of Dwensboro banking concerns and manufacturing industries for many years I and his friends arc loth to believe that he hat met his Waterloo and are confi lent that he will devise some means to JRJ the depositors dollar for dollar DANGER IN DELAY Kidney Diseases Are Too Danger ous For Cloverport People 10 Neglect The great danger of kidney troubles hi that they get a firm hold before the sufferer recognizes them Health is jradually undermined Backache headache nervousness lameness soreness lumbago urinary troubles dropsy liabetes and Brights disease follow in nerciless succession Dont neglect your kidneys Cure the kidneys with the certain and safe remedy Doans Sidney Pills which has cured people right here in Cloverport Geo F Megerle living on RiverSt Cloverport Ky saysIIFor three nonths I was unable to do any work vhatever My kidneys were in a disordered condition and I could not pass the secretions without suffering intensely and finally my feet become so badly swollen that I was unable to get on my shoes There was a dull pain in the small Of my back which extended into my head and although I tried a number if different remedies I was unable to find relief Finally Doans Kidney Pills came to my attention and I procured them at Fishers drug store I used them according to directions and in six weeks I was entirely free from kidney trouble I attribute my present health solely to the curative powers of Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co BuffaloNew York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansandt- ake no other- Subscribe for the News WOMEN WHOBEUEVE IN PERUNA Honest Women Who Are Not Afraid to Tell the Truth About Peruna V MRS F EHENDERSON J Caught Cold Easily Mrs Henderson 221 Ninth St Milwaukee Wis writes- I never hud any faith In patent until tried Pornna but my experience with this reliable has taught me that there one which can be trusted and which will not fall In time of need For the past few years have found that caught gold easily which would settle in most unpleasant catarrh of the head had be especially careful about being out of evenings and not got chilled when dressed thin for parties but since have used Poruna my general health and my system such good condition that oven though am inclement weatmr longer affects me lesplendid appetite and enjoy life being in perfect health Pcrnua Tablets For two years Dr Hartman and his assistants have lalx red incessantly create Peruna tablet form and their strenuous efforts have justboon crowned With success People who object liquid medicines can now secure Poruna tablets Theo tablets represent the me THIRD DAY County Sunday School Coven tion Meets in June at Webster t The following invitation all per son interested in Sunday School andII christ worktt Our annual county School I will be held at Webster June 1908 We cordially invite nil be present We hope all Pastors and district I officers will begin at once call tenjj tion the convention and urge theI importance of attending We make especial olea for the tendance of pastors superintendents t and district officers our purpose to bring all the superinen tent of the I county to Webster that day We are going to make this big convention ifjj can get your hearty cooperation Henderson Pres Ora Hendricks Secy TENNIS CLUB ORGANIZED AT IRVINGTON tennis club has been organized among the young people of Irvington and they are anticipating great times they have excellent court situated just back of the bank what known the Winter property His Coffee Not Hot There are all sorts of tastes New York and of course everything matter of taste anyhow the old woman said when she kissed the cow But one can find many strange Ideas of how things should be done by simply listening while restaurant The most unusual was heard In quick lunch resort downtown the other day Give me cup of strong black coffee not hot wns the order and the waiter never said word Just went along fill the order which moment later proved be cup of steaming coffee with piece of ice the saucer to be used nt the discretion of the diner New York GlobeI Like Father Like Son Rev Dr Somers was In the hnblt of addressing Sarah his wife polysyll lables when he wished the children leave the room He never dreamed that they understood until nineyear old Jack recovering from measles was one day enjoying the dear privilege of bearing his mother read aloud The doctor ventured and began softly Sarah Up rose Master Jack In bed Sarah quoth he eliminate the obnoxious ele ment LIppincottB Magazine I Sincehave have a splendid f appetite enjoy j life and perfect health Jo x I F E medicines I medicine Is I I a I to to I is Improved is in I exposed to it no a to In to is to au Sunday convention 3 to to at to au at It is a we T B B A as an on is as In Is a as In a a a n to a to a u In In to In i J I dicinnl ingredients of Peruna and each tablet is equivalent to one average dose Mrs Josephine Hoist 162 E First St Portland Ore writes that she was troubled seriously with catarrh of the throat that she used Poruna and was wonderfully helped in two weeks and in a little over two months her system was rid of all traces of catarrh THE COMIC SPIRIT Tnoughtful Laughter Is tho Test of True Comedy One excellent test of the civilization of a country 1 take to be the flourish Ing of the comic Idea and comedy and the test of true comedy is that it shall awaken thoughtful laughter If you believe that our civilization Is founded on common souse nud It Is the first condition of sanity to believe Ityou will when contemplating mOil discern n spirit overhead luminous and watchful never shooting beyond them or lagging In the roar so closely nt Inched to them that it may be taken for a slavish reflex until Its features I are stmllCilIous observation upon earth does not attract it Their hones ty and shapeliness in the present do And whenever they wnx out of pro portion overblown affected pretentious bombastlcal hypocritical pedantic fantastically delicate wlyyijver it The Value of Health Who can set a money value on health It Is absolutely priceless No one in good health can fully appreciate what it means to have poor health The d lys are long and tedious The nights horrible and painful Nothing goes right Even the mind becomes deranged and in jured by continued poor health Once liberated from the thraldom of sickness words fail to express the Joy and relief Poruna has been the moans of rel- ievIng more women from ill health In the United States than perhaps any other medIcIne A multitude of women stand ready to give testimony in favor of Peruna whenever occasion offers Dyspepsia Entirely Relieved Miss Lillie 0 Martin Sholbyvllle Toni writes Everybody says I look bettor than I have for two or three years and 1 sincerely thank you for your kind advice- I believe your treatment has entirely cured me I can eat anything J want 1 believe your remedies will cure any case of indigestion or dys pepsIaMISS I HELEN SAUERBIER Head and Throat Ittiss Helen Sauorblor 816 Main StSt Joseph Mich writes Last winter I caught a sudden cold which developed into an unpleasant tarrh of the head and throat depriving mo ofmy appetite and usual good spirits A friend who had been cured by Poruna advised me to try it and I sent for a bottlo at once and I am glad to say that in three days the phlegm had loosened and I felt bettor my appetite returned and within nine days I was in my usual good health T sees them sell fleceiven or noonwinic ed given to run riot In idolatries drift lug Into vanities congregating in ab Btmlltles pl inulug shortsightedlyl and plotting dementedly whenever they nre nt variance with their professions and violate the unwritten but percep tible laws binding them in consldera tion one to another whenever they of fund found reason fair justice are false In humility or mined with con colt individually or In bulk the spirit overhead will look 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