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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fr1s THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSYA ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT r VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY nAY 6 1908 8 Pages NO 43 COUNTY FAIR I IDIRECTORS ELECTED Haswell and Green Resign Building Committee Refuses Compensation C V ROBERTSON PRESIDENT Hardinsburg KyMay 5Special- The stockholders of the Breckenridge County Fair Association met at the court house Saturday afternoon and elected the following Board of Direc tors for the ensuing year C V Rob ertson Jess Howard Joe Glasscock W R Moorman Jr John D Shaw H M Beard George N Lyddan T J Hook and W j Piggott No other names were before the meeting Hon John P Haswell and Willis Green resigned and would not permit their names to be presented- E C Haswell offered the following Whereas Our fair of 1907 was an unqualified success that our grounds and buildings and equipments are prob ably the most beautiful and convenient in the State with the exception of pos sibly the largest cities and that they have bought and buildtd with the strictest economy and the manage ment and the building committee in charge of this work have refused to ac cept any compensation for their serv ices Therefore be it Resolved That the stockholders as sembled endorse and commend the management of the fair of 1907 our Board of Directors the building com mittee T T Hook C V Robertson and John P Haswell Jr and thank them for their services Judge H DeH Moorman seconded the motion to endorse the resolution Everybody present voted a hearty aye and the meeting adjourned har monious and nappy wlthing fifteen min utes after President C V Robertson had called it to order and stated its J object CITY IMPROVEMENT Chas Hamman Affords Resi dents and Business Houses Convenience of Water- Works During the last ten days Mr Chas Hamman one of the most progressive and wideawake business men of this city has been busy putting in a system ot works by which a supply of water can be furnished to all living on Main street The pipes are being distributed and several hydrants have already been usedMr Hammans subscribers are Dr Forrest Lightfoot J C Nolte F Fraize Fred May Conrad Payne Severs Drug Co Lillian Sippel Wm Pate Marion Weatherholt and Chas May May Days For Picture Taking IThe month of May is a most appro time for having photographs made says a city photographer People like to have their pictures taken while their hats are new and their dresses are freshAnother reason it is such a popular month is because the weather is bright and persons look happier and prettier in the springtime The mothers crowd the art gallery with their babies before the summer gets too hot to worry them with the task By all means the month of May is the best month in which to have a photograph mad- eSecretary of Base Ball Club Enos Keith formerly of this city who now resides at Oolitic Ind is secre tary of the Oolitic Base Ball Club Mr Keith and the business manager Ray Cook are expecting glorious results from their team this season They solicit dates with firstclass amateur and semiproftessional teams Mr Pate Leaves E T Pate left Monday morning for Oklahoma City to make his future home Mr Pate has been a successful man in the sawmill business here and it is the 7 wish of his many friends that he will continue to prosper in the West ELEVEN CHILDREN SURVIVE Geo Blake 63 Years of Age Passes Away at His Home Near Cloverport On Wednesday evening April 29 at about 7 oclock George Blake breathed his last at his home on the pike near townHe had suffered patiently for six exIpressedMr Blake was born January 23 1845 at Cloverport He married Miss Eliza Clemmons To them were born children eleven of whom twelveI parents Three of them Miss Ed and Frank lived with the father at deathThe was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church The fu neral was preached at the home by his pastor the Rev Isaiah Cline after which the remains were taken to the Johnson buriai ground near Hites Run where the burial ceremonies were concluded and the interment took place on Thursday afternoon Mr Severs III 0 At his home at Union Star Mr Jake Severs is very low suffering from cancer of the stomach His condition has occasioned much apprehension PLAY BALL Cloverport Boys Getting Busy With Ball And BatMaking Plans For The Season Interest is being thoroughly aroused in out door sports among the school boys in this city and they are making plans to have a great time with ball and bat this season The members of the club are ambitious school fellows who are making rapid strides not only in athletics but in their studies The club is com posed of two teams West Side and East SideThe members of the East Side are Casper Gregory Sereno Winn Joseph Burk Wilbur Chapin Fred Pierce Lewis Gregory Raudell Weatherholt Wilbur Gilliland and Norman Gregory The West Side players are Amil Pate Mike Tncker Owen Berry Homer Morrison Chadwick Mc Cracken Muriel Morrison Willie Wroe Wallace Lewis and Herman V wisoA game between the E 8 and W S will be played on toe schoolhouse diamond at 2 p m Saturday The boys are expecting to make dates with Tobinsport and Skillmans team Base Ball Club Irvington Ky May 4Special- A base ball team was organized on last Friday electing Hillard Biggs as president Edwin Jolly vice president Poin Galloway secretary and treasurer The team is composed of the very best men of this section of the State such as Hubert Piggott of the Rose Polytech nic of Terre Haute Ind and Edgar Bennett of State College at Lexington They are anticipating a victorious team and are ready to receive challenges PRETTY ROMANCE Loves Young Dream Comes True For a Webster Girl and a Former BreekenridgeBoy Los Angeles Cal April 29Yester dap at the little town of Corona Cal two young Kentuckians were made man and wife They are William Tho ma aged seventeen and Mysa Hat field aged fourteen They both claim Kentucky as their native State having lived for many years with their respect ive families at the small town of Web sterFor more than a year the boy had kept his secret while an affection which began in a Kentucky schoolhouse grew warmer and stronger day by day span ning a gulf of 2000 miles ignoring the passing months and bravely meeting every obstacle that lay between When at last the truth was known Williams father knew resistance was useless and today there is only rejoicing in Coro nas Kentucky colony FESTIVE DAYS AT ST ROSE Eleven Priests In Attendance At The Forty Hours Devotion This Week- BEAUTIFUL MUSK With unusual splendor unequaled heretofore in the history of St Roses congregation the Forty Hours Devotion in honor of the Most Blessed Sac I rament of the alter were opened with High Mass sermon and procession last Sunday morning by the Rev Aloysius Meyering of Browns Valley Ky In most appealing terms he requested his audience one and all to make this a time of blessing by approaching on this hallowed occasion the Sacraments of Penance and Holy Communion Whilst the adoration of our Blessed Lord was being continued during each day of the celebration special evening devotions and an eloquent discourse on the Sacrament of Penance were render ed by the Rev George Connor of Owensboro Ky On Monday morning the high mass in behalf of Peace of the world together with a remarkable description of our heavenly reward for faithfulness to duty were conducted by the Rev Stephen Holleran of Irvington Ky The usual festive evening Vespers which are witnessed at this church only on this occasion were performed by the Rev John Kalaherof Louisville Kyand a glowing tribute to our Bless ed Lord in the Tabernacle the Centre of Devine Love was rendered by the Rev Joseph Odendahl of Henshaw KyThe concluded exercises of Tuesday morning were conducted at nine thirty Mr M citizens a m Solem High Mass was celebrat ed by the Rev Cyrin Thomas of Hardinsburg Ky assisted by Father Kalaher as ubdeacon The Revs G H Moss of Cannelton Ind and Jas L Whelan of St Alphonsus Church in Daviess Co Ky were the Masters of Ceremonies The concluding sermon whose thought was an exhorta tion to the faithful to persevere in their fervent devotion towards their Eucharistic Lord was delivered by Father Kalaher followed by a proces sion and solemn Benediction with the Blessed Sacrament The St Roses Church Choir under the leadership of Father Odendahl as sisted by Fathers Connor and Meyering rendered a program of the oc casion All in all the Forty Hours De votion of 1908 was an event replete with graces blessings for the faith ful congregation and will long be re membered by each and every one MUSICAL NOTES Special music will play an important part in the commencement exercises of the High School Mrs L T Reid and Mrs J Proctor Keith are giving the pupils especial training in the singing for the occasion 000 Misses Grace Plank and Lula Severs have charge of the childrens choir of the Methodist chnrch 000 Dr A A Simons and Miss Eva May sang a beautiful duet at the Methodist services Sunday Decoration Day Services The Tar Fork Christian church will hold services the fifth Sunday of this month the being in honor of Decoration Day Elder Thos Willis of Shrewsberry Ky will preach MRS PILE DIES Widow Of George Pile Who Recently Died Passed Away Saturday Irvington Ky May 4 Special Mrs George Pile died Saturday at the home of Mr Enick Smith after a weeks illness of a complication of diseases She was a great sufferer the short time she was sick but bore it patiently and was ready to go to meet her husband who halI passed away just two months previous to her death The remains were tacen to Huras and interred in the family grave yard the is survived by one daughter Mrs En ck Smit- ht1ARDINSBURO Cicuit Court convenes next Monday with a godly sized docket Mrs Porter Nunnelly of Georgetown was the guest of Mrs D R Murray a day or two last week The a vance sale of tickets for Col George Baius lecture at the Oily Hall Thursday night is large and indications point to a capacity house The Ladies Aid is to be congratulated upon bringing such talent to our town No one can afford to miss Col Dame as he is with out a superior on the platform- Dr P W Foote of Bewleyville was in town Saturday- W N Gibson and Z T Hardin of Holt were in town Saturday Clayton Crosson formerly employed on the Democrat is again in journalism For some time be has been in Louis ville writing an Indian history of Ken tucky Since complleiag that work he has returned to Madisonville where he again is on the staff of the Madisonville JournalMiss and Mrs M Freeman the oldest of leading worthy and occasion Tula C Daniel left last week for New Orleans a meeting of missionary workersMrs Godfrey Haswell and daughter Georgia Mac returned Monday from a visit at Stepbensport John Skillam has returned from the State College at Lexington He left college in time to make the trip with the party who went to Oklahoma Texas and New Mexico Mrs Paul Compton spent a few days in Louisville this week Miss Mollie Moorman was with her parents at Glendeane Friday and Sat urdayMrs Marvin Beard and Mrs Judith Dejarnett have returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs Allen S Edelin of Bur ginT J Hook the popular proprietor of our skating rink was in Louisville last weekAt the public school building next Friday and Saturday the last common school graduation of the year will be held by Supt Pile and one of the board of examiners Heretofore these exam inations have been held at two or more places as the accoiuodation of the ap plicants demanded but Supt Crabbe rules that the school law does not con template its being held in more than one place and he stands for strict interpre tation of the law The work of grading the court house yard and laying new walks is nearing completionThe who wont West to inspect their lots and to prospect at other points have returned delighted with their trip Mrs Skillman III The last ten days Mrs Chas Skill man has been suffering from an attack of malaria fever She is considerably better this week Her daughter Eliz abeth who has been ill is able to be in school j ROYAL I Baking Powder IfI The only Baking Powder made i I with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar made from grapes Insures healthful and everyhomeevery Safeguards your food against alum and phosphate of lime CHILDHOOD LOVERS TO BE UNITED Miss Lillian Greenwood and Mr J S Mattingly To Wed At St Rose This Morning FATTIER BREY TO OFFICIATE The marriage of Miss Lillian Green wool and Mr J S Mattingly will take place at the St Rose Catholic church this mornimg at 9 oclock Father Brey officiatingThe were sweethearts for five years twenty one years ago During the time that has elarsed since then Mr Mattingly has been marriedand his first wife has been dead thirteen months He now lives at Tell City where he holds a position with the Slack Barrel Heading Factory The bride is the daughter of Mr Frank Greenwood aid is a lovely woman After a visit to Mr Dick Car ters family they will leave for Tell City to make their hom- eIRVINUTON Miss Ethel Farrington of Atheirs Alabama who has been in Louisville for the past nine months studying music arrived Saturday to visit the Misses McGlothlan until after the wedding of her brother Rev F H Farrington to Miss Mable Simmons of Brandenburg the middle of May Miss Vesta Vaughan who has been acting as governess at the home of Mr and Mrs Jake Kendell left Saturday for her home near Campbellsville Ky Misses Eva and Mable McGlothlan leave today for Louisville to spend a few days Miss Ada Stith returned to Bewley ville Saturday after being the guest of her cousin Miss Willa Drury Mr and Mrs Harry H Kemper have gone to Frankfort where they will be the guests of his brother and sister Dr and Mrs Menish Mrs L B Moreman and son Louis Bennett spent Friday in Louisville shoppingMrs King gave a surprise party Sunday to her daughter Miss Evelyn King in honor of her fifteenth birthday Covers were laid for about twenty of her young friends Miss Nellie Smith expects to leave the latter part of the week for Hardinsburg for a weeks visit to friends Mr and Mrs Edd Alexander were the guests of Mrs W H Rhodes at Brandenburg last Sunday Mr J R Wimp has sold his land lying southeast of the L H St L R R containing about three hundred acres to Mr Jonas Lyon Considera tion 30 an acre Born to the wife of Mr Miner Arms on Tuesday April 28 a fine girl Mrs P B Hoskins of Glendeane spent several days last week here visit ing her daughter Mrs Walker Brown Miss Golla Brown has returned to her home near Garfield after a short visit to Mr and Mrs John Galloway Mrs Willard Arnold And children are visitors of relatives and friends in Owensboro this week J Fo Claycomb has returned from a I business trip down in the southern part i of the State I Miss MAry Cornwall spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville visiting re lativtts Mrs T1 M McAfee and daughter Della after being the quests of Mr and Mrs Edd McAfee for a week left last week for their home at AllenKy Allen Pierce of Cloverport spent Sunday here visiting friends Reports received from all over the county indicates that the fruit was greatly injured by the heavy frost and snow of the previous nights Some of the more tender vegetables were also slightly hurt Mr and Mrs LaRue Cox of Louis ville were visitors in town last week Mr and Mrs Moremarj of Branden burg have returned to their home after being the guests of Dr and Mrs L B Moreman i The Ladies Aid of the Methodist church will give an entertainment to the public Friday May 15 The Sunday School Convention of this district will be held at High Plane church ii i Buys Another Farm IJonas Lyons the restaurant man at Irvington has a hankering for farms He bought last week 300 acres oi John Wimp lying on the east side of the I Branch railroad He is satisfied now he says as he has one of the best farms in the county He paid a good round price for it 9000 He has no idea of quitting the restaurant business ANNOUNCEMENT OF f iiSECRET MARRIAGE Hardinsburg Ky May 5Special Keeping their marriage a secret for a short time In order to surprise their friends the happy couple were themselves suprised It came about in this way The groom had written his wife a letter which she joyously read and carelessly left it where a member of C the family a little later picked it up and happened to see the secret Of course there was an anxious inquiry and I and an explanation and then everybodyabegan to learn that Mr Alvah M Beau champ of Clifton Mills and Miss Min nie Poole of Garfield who had been sweethearts for about a year were quietly married at the Fifth Avenue Hotel irl Louisville on April 18 The groom an excellent young man is the son of Eugene Beauchamp The Bride is the daughter of Mr anti Mrs Steve Poole of Garfield and is one of the best known and successful teachers of the county Cupids pranks will not take away the teacher for Mrs Beauchamp will enter school again this fall as has been her custom for several years a r s 111 S iii i i iThe Fighting I Chance 1900 by the emu Publishing II I 1808 by Robert W I JIII IiTIift eyes Only for mi Instant tot he quietly picked up tin thread of conversation where she had dropped It snylng that It had boon ruining for the last ton mlMitos und tint they migt as well turn their horses toward shel terWithout reason through and through her shot n shiver of lonelll1l6Sutter lonollncag and isolation Without ren son becnuw from him she expecttet nothing required nothing except hol he offered tho emotionless reticence of Indifference the composure of perfect formality What did she want then companions Sho had them Friends She could scarcely escape from them Intimates She hnd onlyy to choose one or a hundred attune I responsive to her every mood every caprice Lonely With the men of New York crowding shouldering t crushing their way to her foot IMue ly With the women of New York struggling already for precedence In her favoromen significant of till days to come of those future years diamond linked In one unbroken UI umphant glitter About that Amalgamated Electric company she began without prelude Would you mind answering a ques- tIon or two Howard You coud not understand It he said nnplessantly disturbed by her abruptnessAs picase It Is quite true I can make nothing of what the newsp pers are saying about It except that Mr Plunk seems to be doing a number of thingsInjunctions and other matters oh served Qunrrler Is anybody going to lose any money In I itWho for example rWhyyou for oxampio sho said laughingI expect to Then It Is going to turn out all right And Mr Plank and Kemp Fei rail and the major andthe other pea pie Interested are not going to be al 1 likely to be ruined ns you say b Amalgamated Electric Xo But Kemp and the major I think the major Is out of danger replied Qunrler looking at her with the new an len narrowing of his eye 11m gold of that Is Kempand the others Y Fenall could stand It if matters gel wrong What often Whytho other owners and stockholders What others Who do you mean Mr Slwanl for oxampio she sulll In an even voice leaning over tu pn t her horses neck with her gloved haul Mr ShardI must take the chance we all take observe1 Quarrler But Howard It wjuid really meat ruin for liln if muttons wont badly Wouldnt It I am not familiar with the dotnlh nf Mr SI wards investments Nor nm I she said slowly She siwke about other things He responded in his impassive manner Presently she turned her horseI and qtmrriur wheeled his facing a WlmnI line niln slanting thickly front tin sinth I Ills silky Vandyke beard was nil wot with tho moisture She noticed It and unbidden arose the vision of the gun room at Shotover Quarriers soft beard wet with rout tho phantoms of people passing and renaming Siwarda straight figure swinging past silhou etted against the glare of light from the Mlllard room And here she made an effort to efface the vision shutting her eyes as she rode there hi the rain but clearly against Ithe closed lids site saw the phantoms pausing specters of dead hours the wraith of an old hap saw the cushions tasted lignin the muse petals thud her tips had stripped from the uloMMi8 saw once mare till dawn of something In lil steady eyes fflt isms arii nsnmt her ills breath Her hum suddenly ypurred lioiiiul ed forwiiI IIl 1 11111111 tilt nihi nnd she rode hrvrtliVH mlth her 1p4 half partt ed as If Ii raid 1inihu her head in look lemmas as tlnrtM fV coul IIlIt Cough Caution Never 061t1fJly never polson your lungs If you cough oven friin a simple cold only you should always heat sc the and ease the irritated bron chial tubes Dont blindly suppress ft with a stupefying poison Its strange how OQITIB thlogi finally come about For twenty PrShcop has constantly warned people not to take cough mixtures or prescriptions Containing Opium Coloroform or similar poisons And now a little fate though Congress soys Put it on tho label if poisons Goodf Very good 11 I1orea7trlorth15yerrreaonmothors and others should insist on having Dr Shoopi Cough Cure No poison marks on Dr Sboo- pabelland none In the medicine else It must by w be on the label And its not only safe but ft if laid to be by those that known best a truly ret piarkable cough remedy Take no chance then clearly with your ClilldreD Insist on hailS- E hoops Cough Cure Compare carefully the r ShooP1ckAre wlUl there You tbe- dlUerence No pllon mAra cq swam be on the site die by emandlnz Dr CureA- LL DEALERS IROBERTI ICoprrlsht CompanyI penDo lll1lug Shoops Cough ride time pluntom clinging to her stirrup masked like youth wearing time shadowy eyes of love- S S t r a An hour later fresh from her bath luxurious in looso and filmy lace hlsmall white foot shod with silk she lunched alone cradled among the cusli Ions of her couch Twice sho strolled through the rooms leisurely summoned by her maid to tho telephone the first time to chat with Grace Fcrrall who It appeared was a victim of dissipation being still abed and out of humor with the rainy world the second time to answer u the negative Marlons suggestion that she motor to Lakewood with her for the weeks end before they closed thci house Sauntering back again she sipped her milk and vIchy tasted the strawberries tasted a big black grape discarded both and lay back among tin cushions her naked arms clasped behind her head and dropping one knot over the other stared at the ceiling The room was very still and dim but the clamor in her brain unnerved her and she sac up among the cushions looking vacantly about her with time blue confused eyes the direct unsee ing gaze of a child roused by a half heard call The calllow imperative sustained continued softly persistent against her windows the summons of the young years rain She went to the window and stood among the filmy curtains looking out Into the mist A springlike aroma pen etrated time room She opened the window a little way and time sweet virile odor enveloped her A thousand longings rose within her Unnumbered wistful questions stirred her sighing unanswered Every breath was drawing liar backward nearer nearer to the source of memory Ah tho cliff chapel in the rain Tho words of a text i ambled deafly the yearly service for those who died at sen And site seated there in the chapel dusk thinking of him who sat beside her nud how he feared n header stealth ler more secret tide crawling purring about ills feet Always always at the end of everything he Always reckoning step by step Imckvard through time he tho source the Inception tho meaning of aU Unmoored at last her spirit swaying enveloped In memories of him she ga vo herself to the flood overwhelmed ftl tide on tide rose rushing over her body mind and soul She closed her eyes leaningt there heavily amid tho cloudy curtains She moved back into the room and stoOlII staring at space through wet lashes The hard dry pulse in her throat hurt tier till her under lip freed from the tyrnnny of her small teeth slipped free qulveiing rebellion I Sho laid been walking her room to and fro to and fro for a long tlmo before site realized that she had moved ntallAnd now Impulse held the helm A Mind unreasoning desire for relief bur I rlull Into action on the wings of 1m pulse There wan a telephone at her elbow No need to hunt through lists to thud n number bile had known so long by Iieart the tliree figures which had re I ernted themselves so often monotonously Insistent slyly persuasive re jatlng themselves even In her dreams so that she awoke at times shivering with tho vision In which sho hind listen cd1 to temptation timid had called to- him across the wilderness of streets nml mob a a a a- ots hn of Ihnmn In he tit homer o Ir Would you ask him to come to tho tele phono f Please say to him that it I- sua friend Thank you In the throb bing inilt of Item room she heard time fingers of the prying rain busy ut her windows the ticking of the small French clock very minim very Tar away or was it her heart Who is injHer voice left hor for an instant Her thy lips made no answer Who is It he repeated In his steady pleasant voice It Is I There was absolute silence so long hat It frightened hor but before sho ould speak again his voice was sound ing In hor oars patient unconvinced I dont recognize your voice Who nm I spoaklug t07 SylviaThere no response and she spoko againI only wanted to say good morning It Is afternoon now Is It too late to say good morning No Im badly rattled Is It you SylviaIndeed It Is I am in my own room II thought Yes I am listenin- gI dont know what I did think Is It necessary for me to telephone you a minute account of tho mental Droc for Female Ills You should take for female Ills a medicine which acts on the female organs and functions Cardul Is not a mans medicine It Is for women Its pure heal lug curative vegetable Ingredi eats go direct to the womanly organs relieve their pain and In lamination and build up their strength TongLe cannot tell writes Miss Nola Smith of Sweetser hid what OFCAROUI WOMANS RELIEF has done for me I am on my third bottle and am so much bet ter Before I began to take Car dul I could not do a days work Now I can work all day Mother took four bottles of Cardul before confinement got along fine and has been real strong ever since At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing symptoms to Ladies Advisory Dept Tho Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn E 4d esses which ended by my calling you up out of the vasty deep The old ring in her voice hinting of the laughing undertone the same trail Ing sweetness of inflection could Ill doubt his senses any longer- I know you now he said- I should think you might I should very much like to know how you ureI- C you dont mind saying Thank you I seem to be all right Are you nil right Sylvia r Shamefully and outrageously well What a season too Everybody else Is In rags makeup rags Isnt that n Ills agreeable remark But Ill come to time paint brush too of course We nil do Doesnt anybody ever see you tiny more She heard liiifi laugh to himself un pleasantly then Does anybody want to Everybodyi of course You know It You always were spoiled to death Yl8to death Stephen Yes Are you becoming cynical I Why should I You are Stop it Mercy on us If that Is what is going on in a corlnin house on lower Firth avoiiuo facing time cornet of certain streets its time somebody dropped In to To what To the rescue Ive n mind to do It nyself They say you aro not well sillier Who says that Oh the usual little ornithological ockatrlce or rather cantatrice Dont ask me because I wont toll you I lwnys tell you too much anyway Dont IV Do you r- OC course I do Everybody spoils rou mad so do 1 YosI am rather In that way 1 suppose What way- Ohspoiletl Stephen Yes And in u lower voice Please dont say such things will you No Especially to me specially to you No I wont Sylvia And after a hesitation she continued sweetly I wonder what you were doing all alone in that old house of yours when I called you Ult I Lot me see Oh I was superintending some packing Are you going off somewhere I think so WhoreI know Sylvia I decline to be snubbed Im shameless anti I wish to be Informed Please toll me Id rather not tell you Very well Goodby But dont ring ofT just yet Stephen Do you think that some tine you would care to see any people I moan when you begin to- go out again Who for example Why anybody No I dont think I should care to- Im rather too busy to go about even If I were inclined to Are you really busy Stephen Yes waiting That Is the very hardest sort of occupation and Im obliged to bo on hand every minute But you said that you were going out of town Did I Well I did not say It exactly but I am going to leave town For very long she asked Perhaps I cant toll yet Stephen before you go If you uro- going for n very very long whileper haps you will you might care to say jodby Do you care to have me Yes I do There was a silence and when his- volco sounded again It had altered I do not think you would care to- seo me Sylvia Ithey say I am1- have changedsince my since n slight illness I am not over It yet not cured not very well yet and a little tired- 1OU seeIt little shaken I am leaving New York toto try once more to be cured I expect to be well one way or another I Stephen where are you going Answer me I cant answer you Is your illness serious AIt IsIt requires somesome care Her fingers tightened around the receiver whitened to the delicate nails under the pressure Mute struggling with the mounting Impulse voice and lip unsteady she still spoke with restraint You say you require care And what care have you Who Is therewith you Answer me I Why everybodythe servants I have care enough Oh the servants Have you a physician to advise you 1 Certainly the best In the world Sylvia den Sylvia I didnt mean to give you an impression Stephen I will have you truthful with mo I know perfectly well you are 111 IIf I could onlyIf there was something sonic way Listen I nm I nm going to do something about II and I dont care very much what I dot What sweet nonsenseI he laughed but his voice was no steadier than hersWill you drive with me she asked Impulsively some afternoon Sylvia dear you dont really want me to do It Walt listen IIve got to tell you thnt that Im not fit for It Ive got to be honest with you I am not fit not in physical condition to go out Just yet Ive really been 111 for weeks Plank has been very nice to me I want to get well I mean to try very hard But the man you knew Is changed ChangedNot way he said In n slow voice IIhow then 1 she stammered nil ithrlll Nerve gone almost Going to get it back again of course Feel a million times better already for talking with you Dodoes it really help Its the only panacea for me he said too quickly to consider his wordsThe only one she faltered Do you mean to say that your trouble llness has anything to do with No no I only Has It Stephen NoBecause If I thought- S hlfi Im not that sort You mustnt talk to mo thnt way Theres nothing to be sorry for about me Any mail may lose his nerve and If lie is ai man go after it and get It back again Every man has a fighting chance You said It yourself once that a man mustnt ask for a fighting clan e ho must take it And Im go- Ing to take it amid win out one way or another What do you mean by another Stephen I Nothing Its n phrase What do you mean Answer me Its a phrase IIho said again no meaning you know Stephen Mr Plank says that you arelameWhat did he say that for demanded Slward wrathfully I asked him Kemp saw you on crutches at your window so I asked Mr Plank and ho said you had discarded your crutches too soon and had fallen and lamed yourself again Are you abut to walk yet Yes of course Outdoors 7- Ano not just yet In other words you are practically bedrIddenNo I can get about the room very well You couldnt go downstairs for an hours drive could you Cant manage that for awhile he- said hastily Oh the vanity of you Stephen SI ward The vanity Ashamed to let Oumblc me see you when you are not your complete and magnificently attractive self Silly I shall see you I shall drive down on the first sunny morn Ing and sit outside in my victoria un til you cant stand the temptation an other Instant Im going to do It You cannot stop me Nobody can stop me I desire to do It and that Is sufficient I think for everybody concerned If the sun Is out tomorrow I shall be out tool I am so tired of not seeing you Let central listen I I dont care I dont care what I am saying Ive endured It BO longI Theres no use I am too tired of It and I want to see you Cant we see each other without with outthinking Jabout Jhjngs that are Continued Next Week n Sturgeons Backbones From the dried backbone of sturgeon which has tho appearance of macaroni- an excellent Russian soup caned veslga Is made It Is excessively nutritive and invigorating almost as much so Indeed as tho famous beche de mar not met otherwise the trim pang or edible sea slug It Is collected In largo quantities throughout the Indian archipelago especially to the eastward for the China market There are many varieties such as the large scarlet trapang from Macassar the Ku roke trapang front Borneo the great black trapang from Lcuconla and many more Properly prepared this Is absolutely the most Inspiring soup there is and is ns superior to turtle as the latter Is to water gruel It costs about 2GO per pound Whooping Cough In February our daughter had time whooping cough Mr Lane of Hart- land recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy and said it gave his customers the best of satisfaction We found it as he raid and can recommend it to anyone having children troubled with whooping cough says Mrs A Goss of Durand Mich For sale by Sevets Drug Co Why Is one always chilled to the marrow Is an explorer always intrepid Is a swoop always a fell swoop Is a statesman always eminent Is a newspaper man always a well known newspaper man Is a bargain always extra special Is drapery always clinging Is sweetness always cloying Is a ruffian always burly Is one always within an Inch of death Why not two Inches1 And why why why Is a conclusion I always foregone Cleveland Press It Reached the Spot Mr K Humphrey who owns a large general store at Omega 0 and is president of the Adams County Telephone COIof Pike County 0 says of Dr Kings New Discovery It saved uty life once At least I think it did It seemed to reach the spotthe very sent of my coughwhen everything else failed Dr Kings New Discovery not only reaches the cough spot it heals time sore spots and the weak spots in throat lungs and chest Sold under guarantee at Severs Drug Co 50c aud- 1 Trial bottle free What Was Left II Mostly of Chicago Is the way a man described his residence His char ctorlzation seems reasonable When ho was six years old he cut off one of- his toes with a scythe When he was eight he shot off two joints of one of- his lingers lie ran away from homo when ho was fourteon and the frost of a winter night took off three more toes and the tip of his nose At twentyfive- he lost his entire right foot A drunker half breed bit off an ear In the Klon dike a Dakota corn shelter took his- left forearm and since then he has lost three fingers a joint from another l1- ngel and one eyeYouths Companion For stomach troubles biliousness and constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Many remarkable cures have been effected by them Price 25 cents Samples free For sale by- Severs Drug Co Mutually Helpful Husband Smlkesnus wife Is away and Im going over there this evening to cheer him up Wife Why dont ou bring him here llusbandWel- lerIm not feeling very well and need n little cheering up myself A great many people imagine they- have heart trouble whon the fact is that- the whole trouble lies in the stomach The pains in the side around tbe region of the heart are not necessarily heart trouble We suggest that you start with- the stomach and whenever you feel a depression after eating whenever your- food seems to nauseate take Kodol It willnot be very long until all these heart pains will disappear Take Kodol now and until you know you are- right again There isnt any doubt about what it will do and you will m nod the truth of ThisI statement verified after- you hive used Kodol for a few weeks It is sold here by all druggists Almost a Death Struggle- A large crowd had gradually formed around the two fashionably dressed and oblivious young girls and at ono- time It seemed necessary to separate themWhat can It mean said the stranger who had just come up It took me said the man addressed some time to learn but as I understand It now one girl has been six- montlms In Europe and while she was- gone the other ono has learned to play- golf and they are trying to tell each- other about itLife- KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr1Kings New Discovery I FOR COUCHSOLDS 100TII6I PEKE II AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES GUARANTEED 8ATIBFAOZOB OR MONEY REFUNDED sb- 3L 1Iu pL Meal and Feed at Mortons Mill We have just put in late improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner r F q J1- J FOR ALL KINDS OF J J Machine Foundry Boiler Electrical Gasoline Boat Tin and Galva nized Work Plumbers Mill IBoat and Tin ners Supplies Come To The Gloverport Foundry Machine CO Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Correspondence Solicited StylishComf able Ts r made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes lade methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Expert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE l Casper May Co Cannelton Ind IF it is the surest and safest place you want to have your watch repaired go to T C LEWIS he knows how and does as he knows He has one of the finest collections of beautiful uptodato JEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices gold and 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 Jewelert Hardinsburg Ky H DeH flOORMAN Attorney at Law- t1ARDlNSBURO KY theCourtst or Special attention given to collections oad cases and criminal practice License to practice n United States District Courts Jfflco over Bank of Hardlnsbun Miller1s s Brick Tile Co1In- corporated Cloverport Kentucky i Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v vS Main Office Rooms 8 and 10 I 00 F Building Owensboro Kentucky- s A r FISCAL COURTI Official Proceedings and Claims 411 lowed at the April t Term 1908 Continued from last week This day came Milt Miller sheriff and presented to the court a delinquent list as follows First district 08 delinquents amounting to 102 00 Second district 110 delin quents amounting 165 00 Third district 72 delinquents amounting to 108 00 Fourth district 53 delinquents amounting 79 sO Fifth district 51 delinquents amounting 76 56 Sixth district 85 delinquents amountingto 12750 And these lists were referred to the justices of the respective magisterial districts in which the delinquents reside and the same was allowed by the court and the sheriff shall be given credit by the total amount of the said lists in his settlement for taxes for the year 190V This day came Lee Walls pauper commissioner and filed his annual re port as such and the same is referred to a committee composed of justices Vessells Drury and McCamish who will report tomorrow morning- It is ordered by the court that Tice McCoy be and he is hereby exonerated from paying taxes on 1200 worth of property and from paying a poll tax as sessed twice for the year 1907 amount ing to the sum of 1266 and the sheriff is credited by said amount in his settle ment for taxes for the year 1907 It is ordered by the court that the Public Improvement Committee be and the same is hereby continued with the same powers until the next term of this court It is ordered by the court that all per sons who are required by law to work on the public highways of the county be and they are required to work four days in the year 1908 but not more than two days in any one week except in cases of emergency where they may be required to work any number of days in the week and year All overseers are required to call out and work all road hands in their respective precincts as set out in the order and required by few The Road Supervisor of Breckenridge county is hereby ordered and directed to cause all poll tax delinquents for the year 1907 to work out their said taxes on the public highways as provided by lawIt is ordered that justices Vessells Drury and Bates be and they are here by appointed as a committee to examine the settlement of the sheriff made with M H Beard as commissioner of this court for taxes due for the year 1907 and they will report tomorrow This day came T J Moore circuit clerk and withdrew his claim for costs in suits in the circuit court and the committee to which the same was re ferred is now discharged This day came the committee to which was referred the report in regard to the Eveleigh Mill bridge and filed their written report and the committee was discharged The said report is as followsWe the committee to act upon the report of commissioners of Eveleigh Mill bridge submit the following re port Said commissioners report that the masonry is cracked but does not necessarily weaken the structure and we as your committee recommend that the constructors of said stone work be paid in full for said work but before reviving payment that they execute approved bond insuring said masonry or abutments for one and onehalf years From date subject to the approval of the Bridge Commissioner at the end of that time Thos M Bates Frank Ruppert John OReilly It is ordered by the court that the sheriff Milt Miller shall have credit in his settlement for taxes for the year 907 in the sum of 560 the amount of axes assessed against Henry Carey and Mrs A M Mattingly for said year This day came the committee hereto ore appointed to investigate the report f the Railroad commissioner and re orts that they have examined the same md find it correct and satisfactory and aid committee is discharged The re ort of the said Railroad commissioner 3 as followsHardinsburg Ky April 6 1908 To the Honorable Judge of Brecken dge County Court The undersigned our commissioner for the Railroad Tax strict of Breckenridge county begs submit the following report of the mds received and disbursed by him id the condition of the indebtedness said district r 1907 Dr tit J9 To amount received Ifom commissioner B F Beard CormerI 1 u due from him as shown from his last report 898 65 April 30 To amount receiv ed from Milt Miller sher iff B C being amount due this fund from him as shown by his settlement with the April term of the Fiscal Court 1201 76 July 8 To amount received from Milt Miller sheriff B C part payment due from him of 1907 taxes 1440 00 March 31 To amount receiv ed from Milt Miller S B C part payment of taxes due this fund from him on 1907 taxesi 1440 00 Total 4980 41 1907 Cr April 9 By check paid B F Heard six months salary as commissioner ordered paid by Hon Judge oi this court 25 00 April 30 By check paid the Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co for bond No 6 1000 four months inter est on same 120 1020 00 May 1 By express charges from Louisville 25 July 20 By amount paid the Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co for bond No 28 81000 one month interest 5 100500 Aug 1 By amount paid The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co six months in terest on 48 bonds 3000 each 1440 00 1908 March 31 By amount paid The Bank of Hnrdmsburg Trust Co for 6 months interest due January 1 on 47 bonds LjlO 00 April 6 By balance on de posits in bank SO 16 Total 4980 41 Your commissioner furtherrespective 1 ly reports The account of the previous commissioner and the various sheriffs settlements show the number of out standing bonds against this district at the time the commissionership was turned over to the undersighned April 1907 to have been 49 Since then as shown by above report with attached vouchers your commissioner has re tired two of these bonds leavingyet un paid fortyseven bonds These bonds bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum payable semiannually Your commissioner is unable to give at this time the exact amount that will be turned over to him by the sheriff in his settlement for taxes collected in 1907 but by reason of a greater amount of property being assessed and a some what smaller amount being expended there will come into the hands of your commissioner a larger amount than was turned over to him by the sheriff in 1907 Your commissioner will have sufficient funds to retire another bond and leave a balance in his hands Very respectfully submitted M H Beard This day justices H G Ve sells moved the court the motion being seconded by justice John OReilly that the levy in Breckenridge county for the year 1908 be 18 cents on the 100 invnlue of taxable property divided into three funds towit General expense fund which shall include salaries of officers and other current expenses 7 cents sinking fund five cents and pauper fund six cents and each tax so levied shall not be diverted to any other pur pose than that for which it was levied except as provided by law And further that there be levied a per capita or poll tax on each male towit On each male citizen of the age of 21 years or over resident in the county of 150 f for the said year of 1908 and said poll tax to be levied and apportioned for the following purposes towit For road purposes 50 cents for General Expense Fund 1 and the said tax of 50 cents shall be devoted to work upon and ex pense of working public highways in the district in which it is collected And the vote being taken thereon resulted as follows John OReilly yea C H Drury yea T M Bates yea J T McCamish yea H G Vessells yea Frank Ruppert yea And said motion is voted upon and carried was adopted by vote and made the order of this court This day justice Drury moved the court that the levy for Road and Bridge purposes for the tax year 1908 be fixed at the sum of 25 cents on the one hun dred dollars worth of property in value twenty cents for roads and five cents for bridges which motion was secondedi by justice Bates And the yea and nay vote being taken thereon resulted as followsJohn OReilly yea Chas II Drury yea T M Bates yea J T McCamish yea H G Vessells yea Frank Ruppert yeaWherefore it is ordered by the court that there be and is hereby levied an advalorum tax under the authority ofJ section 4307 Kentucky statutes and section 180 of the constitution the levy for all purposes for the year 1908 other than the road fund being 18 cents and both levies not amounting to 50 cents of 25 cents on 100 in value of taxable property in Breckenridge county for the year 1908 said tax to be levied and ap portioned for the following purposes to wit To the Road and Bridge fund as follows For work on and expenses for work on the public highways of the county 20 cents and for bridges in cluding large culverts 5 cents on each 109 in value of taxable property in said county And it is further ordered that the tax collected from property situated in each magisterial district of the county shall be allotted to each district in which it is collected and same shall be applied to the roads and culverts in said district but the tax allotted to bridges wherever situated in the county when and where same is necessary in the discretion of the authorities to ex pend these funds It is ordered by the court that the fol lowing sums be and they are hereby al lowed and appropriated to the persons below named respectively for the ser vices mentioned Zeno Hendrick taxes erroneously assessed and paid for the year 1907 on prop erty valued at 1680 11 90 Hook DeHaven Co sup plies furnished county 59 15 T J Hook supplies furnished county C2 45 Tom Hook dog tax erroneous 1ly assessed and paid for year 1907 1 00 Milt Miller fees as sheriff 387 75 D R Murray room for registration and election 1906 6 00 Wm Ahl room for registra tion and election 1906 6 00 It is1 ordered by the court that the fol lowing claims for sheep killed and in jured be and the same are allowed to persons below named respectively and the same are certified to tho auditor for paymentBerry onesheep killed 6 00 Levi Norton two sheep killed 12 00 P C Butler two sheep killed and one injured 2000 C A Eskridge four sheep kill ed 3200 Taylor Dowell one sheep kill ed 550 George Squires one sheep killed 6 00 I Thomas Rhodes two sheep killed 16 00 Amos Black four sheep killed 20 00 This day came the committee to which the report of the Commissioner and Receiver was referred and reported that the same was correct and recom mended that the funds in his hands ex cept the Sjnking Fund be consolidated into one fund thereby making a Sinking Fund of 51286 and a General or Emergency Fund of 49191 which re commendation is adopted by the court Said report is as follows towit To the Honorable Fiscal Court of Breckenridge county Kentucky Your Commissioner and Receiver of Taxes for Breckenridge County begs leave to make his report of the funds received and disbursed by him since the date of his last report of April 2 1907 April 2 1907 Balance to the credit of Emergency ac count 155 23 Vouchers charged to this ac count as follows Voucher No 1 Lee Bishop f- orpaint21 25 Voucher 2 J E Kincheloe freight bill 1 97 Voucher 3 J Whitworth R R agent 4 00 Voucher 4 G Matthews repairs and material 3 50 Voucher Lee Bishop painting 11 90 Voucher 6 Heston Whit worth Co Coal account 5 25 Voucher 7 A Pool work on cistern 1 50 49 37 Balance on hand 10586 April 2 1907 Balance to the credit Sinking Fund SOS 28 Vouchers charged to this account as fol lows- Voucher S Bank of Har dinsburg Trust Co 57 65 Voucher 9 Jno D Shaw cas 1 74 Voucher 10 Interest on bond dated Feb 1st 1906 20 00 Voucher 11 interest on bond dated Feb 28 1898 40 00 Voucher 12 interest on bond No 14 12 00 Voucher 13 interest on bond No 16 40 00 Voucher 14 interest on bond Nos IS and 19 40 00 Voucher 15 interest on bond No 20 24 00 Voucher 16 interest on bond No 23 20 00 Voucher 17 interest on bond No 21 2000 Voucher 18 interest on bond No 2f 2000 295 42 Balance on hand 512 86 April 2 1907 Balance to the credit of Gon eral Fund 65 S3 April 2 1907 Balance to the credit of pau perfund 181 32 Vouchers charged to this account as fol lows- Voucher 19 Hoston Whitworth Co coal account 2i 21 Voucher 20 Heston Whitworth Co coal account 22 83 Voucher 11 Heston Whitworth Co coal account 9 85 60 89 Balance on hand 12093 April 2 1907 Balance to the credit of Emergency Fund for Roads and Bridges 551 92 Vouchers charged to this account as fol lows- Voucher 22John P Has well Jr atty 5 00 Voucher 211 Allen Lewis right of way 20 00 Voucher 21 Mary C Heston land 225 00 Voucher 25 Robert Speaks labor 110 Voucher 2i Pete Ben nett labor 110 Voucher 27 Paul Comp ton insurance 79 40 Voucher 28 Taylor Meador labor 6 00 Voucher 29 Clint Still well labor 300 Voucher 30 Colaman Wont labor 408 Voucher H2 Joe West labor 432 Voucher 1 H2 Stnnloy Mattingly labor COO Voucher 83 Milt Wast labor 4 45 Voucher 34 Chas Dur ham labor 4 90 Voucher 85 Eli Mat tingly labor 4 06 Voucher ilO Tom Ryan labor 0 50 Voucher 17 Matt Mat tingly labor 240 Voucher 38Vernon Mat tingly labor 3 00 Voucher 30 Jesse West labor 3 70 Voucher 40 Cal Bland labor 4 06 Voucher 41 Jube Hook hay for teams 10 3S Voucher 42 F P Payne- as per voucher 2 35 Voucher 43 Meador Simmons labor 3 19 Voucher 44 Jas Hinton labor 375 Voucher 45 Buren Brown labor b 15 Voucher 40 S A Yates labor 5 00 Vaucher 47 Neal Hol land labor 550 Voucher 48 Mart Dow ell labor 374 Voucher 49 Will Howard labor 275 42952 Balance on hand 122 4 Your Commissioner and Receiver makes the following report of the bond ed indebtedness of the county towit Bond 3 JnoGibson due Feb 28 1902100000F- eb 28 19021000 00 Bond 14 Mrs S McGary due March HO 1899 BOO 00 Bond 10 Mrs Lou Rob erts due Mar 31 1900 1000 00 Bond 18 Mrs Lou Rob erts due Oct 10 1900 50000 Bond 19 Mrs Lou Rob erts due Oct 10 1906 500 00 Bond 20 E J and M F McGary due Oct 12 1906 600 00 Bond 23 J and J B Gib son due October 19 1900 500 00 Bond 24 Isaac Norton due Jan 41 1907 500 00 Bond 25 John Gibson due July 6 1900 500 00 Mrs Lucy E Barnes dated Jan 31906 500 00 Isaac Norton dated Feb 1 1906 500 00 John B Gibson dated Feb 1 1906 500 00 Making a total indebt edness of6900 00 Said bonds bear interest at the rate of 4 per cent per annum payable an nually Several of the bonds are past due but no demands have been made on your commissioner for payment of them by the holders of the same- RECAPITULATION Balance on hand to the credit of Emergen cy Fund 105 80 Balance on hand to the credit of Sinking I Fund 012 86 Amount received of Milt Mil ler S B C April 19075114 Balance on hand to the credit of General fund 6fi 33 116 97 Balance on hand to the credit of pauper fund 120 93 Balance on hand to the credit of Em fund for roads and bridg es 122 40 Amount received of S T i Smith D S as shown by last re port 25 75 Total amount on handlK4 77 All of which is respectively submitted this the third day of April 1908 Paul Compton commissioner and re ceiver of taxes Breckenridge County KyIt is ordered by the court that the sheriff shall have credit in his settle ment for taxes for the year 1907 in the sum of 1956 the amount of taxes as sessed against John S Mattingly and Hilary Speaks and wife for said year It is ordered by the court that E H Tucker be and he is hereby exonerated from paying R R tax for the year 1907 on 400 worth of property erroneously assessed amounting to the sum of 120 and the sheriff is allowed a credit by said amount of 120 in his settlement for R R Taxes for the year 1907 It is ordered by the court that Albert Beauchamp be and he is hereby exoner ated from paying R R tax for the year 1907onS00 worth of property amount ing to the sum of 240 erroneously as lOlled and the sheriff iis allowed acred it by said amount of 240 in his settlement for R R taxes for the year 1907 At a Fiscal Court continued and held in and for the county of Breckenridge at tho courthouse in Hardinsburg Ken tucky on Thursday April 9 1908 Present Hon H DeH Meorman pre siding judge of Breckenridge county court and the following named justices towit John OReilly T MI Bates H Gp Vossells Chas H Drury John T Mc Camish and Frank Ruppert being all the justices of the peace in commission in Upon motion of Joel C Wilson and others John T McCamish Frank Rup pert John OReilly and J V StClair are appointed as a committee to investigate the facts and conditions connected with Hornback mill ford and report at thetnext term of this court their advice as to the propriety of appointing a com missioner to confer with a commissioner from Grayson county concerning the erection of a bridge at said ford This day came Morris Eskridge atty for S A Pate and V B Burtons admr and presented a claim for costs in suits in the circuit court amounting to 134 75 which was referred to justices Mc Camish Vessells and Drury then came T J Moore circuit clerk and presented claims for costs in suits in circuit court amounting to 5665 which was referr ed to the same committeeaThis day came the committee in the Harris Fork bridge matter appointed to investigate the report of the commiss ioners in regard thereto and made thec following report towitIIWe the com mittee find the report of the commissioners correct and in order and recom mend that said report be received and i t the commissioners discharged and said bridge be paid for- T M Bates 0JohnOReilly Frank Ruppert This day came the committee to which was referred the claims of the jailer and reported that same are correct and raccommendad the allowance of the 15820 claim less lo paid the janitor and the allowance of 10 on the 14 claims for services at the Court House And said claims are now allowed as fol lowsR Shellman fees as jailer 143 20 R A Shellman services at courthouse 10 00 It is orderqd by the court that the following persons be and they are here by exonerated from paying the amount of taxes set opposite their names the same having been erroneously assessed against them for the year 1907 Conrad Gasdorf 31 cents Logan Fisher 7 86 J R Duffin 730U S McCoy 150 Columbia Finance Trust Co 2 56 Willis Frank 150 Will Dowell 112 12 road overseers 6 And th sheriff is allowed credit by said amounts in his settlement for taxesfor tho year 1907It is ordered by the court that justices Vessells Drury and Bates together with M H Beard and M F Hook are here by appointed as a committee to investigate and report upon the condition of the bookr of the Supervisor of Roads and they will make their report in connec tion with the sheriffs settlements This day came the committee to which was referred the claim for costs of S A Pate and T J Moore and re port as follows We J T McCam j ish H G Vessells and C H Drury your committee make the following re port We recommend that all actions be deferred on the claims of Brecken ridge County vs S A Pate and others until the next term of this court in or der that said claims may be specifically 9ccc tWINCHESTER J ft Brush Shells For Bird Shooting These shells make a big open pattern at ranges most birds are shot With them you can use your duck or trap gun for field shooting with out mutilating the game They are loaded in Leader and Repeater grades Your dealer can get them for you GET WINCHESTER SHELLS ACCEPT NO OTHERS t 1any1 made the order of this court I It is ordered by the court the fellow ing persons he and they are hereby ex onerated from paying the amount of l t railroad taxes set opposite their the same having been DamII gassed against them for the year Bill Hughes 1257 F W Smith 292 Willis Frank 91 cents Ben Har er 111 cents Mrs Pannie Bland 37 cents P Sheeran Bros A Co 18 sheriff iis allowedcredit by said amounts his lettlement for railroad taxes for the year 1907 This day came the committee to which was referred the claim of A M Htrdin and report as followsIf We your committee find that the afore men claim relates to pauper matters and refer it to the Pauper Commissioner for such action as he deems legal and necessary Wherefore by motion second and vote this is made the order of this court f- lIt is ordered by the court that justices Bates Vassells and Drury be and they are hereby appointed as a committee to visit the poorhouse examine the property and ascertain the condition of the inmates and they will report tomorrow This day came Justices Ruppert OReilly and Bates who filed a report on yesterday recommending the accept nce of the work as completed on the abutment on the Gray son side of the Eveleigh Mill bridge and the payment for same and say that they have re additional information and after further investigation now move the court that they be permitted to with eni court and that action be taken by the Continued on Pago Eight Louisville Evansville Packet Co INCOIUOUATEI I Fast Passenger and 1 eight Li je between Louisville and I E Rbi ville i Steamers Tell City- Tarascon f Leave Louisville Monday Wednes i day Friday and Saturday at 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at C pm Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Fieipbt sLip ments delivered quicker than Ij rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville J20Q 200eCloverport to Oweusboro 100 Splendid accommodations for sloe General Office 1541 50 j58 4th M Louisville Ky T L BENNETT 6 F and P A Chas F Taylor Receiver r 4 I 1SIGNS i I Lilbon Ee Smith CLOVERPORT KY ti l J J j THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO iiiIssuedEvery Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of yoa1 CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate 1of 10 cents per lino OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Ioney advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct plcase otify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now address EIGHT PAGES=WEDNESDAY MAY 6 1908 HOW 10 KEEP TILE DIJWJSR PAIL FULL The traffic and earnings of our railroads are shrinking our industries continue to show depression and the greatest economies nre being enforced with a reduction of expenses in every department Unless the prospects brighten only one thing remains to be done nnd that is to reduce wages It has been our boast that the Republics party has brought prosperity the full dinner pail and the highs wages on record This is not a party question now Everybody iis interested in the prosperity of the country Everybody would like to have wages maintained at the highest figure and without a cut Why not have it 501 We can if all will unite in the good work Let us name a few essentials to the restoration of confidence Repeal the impracticable oppressive and in many respects im moral Sherman antitrust act Put an end to nil legislation calculated to further cripple the railroadsStop busting trusts and hampering great industries that hay done no one harm and that have boon of infinite benefit to our ma tonal welfare Permit no arbitrary rulings by any department of the govern moot to interfere with or handicap legitimate business enterprises Stop the mad socialistic outcry against wealth honestly am honorably acquired and the possessors of it Send the muckrakers to the rear Drop the demagogues Then we will be able to give the full dinner pail another chance Lot our leaders pause and think It will be too late if they trifle it will be too late if they tarry by the wayside or waste their strength In factional warfare for temporary advantagcLeslies Weekly It looks like it might be the old ticket Roosevelt and Fairbanks A Merry Widow hat only takes up a whole soot in a railroad toaeh We never saw things looking better between Stophonsport and Union Star than they are now All papers discontinued the expiration of tinge paid for Its our rule Dont ask us to break it That is a glorious sight from the hills above Stophonsport No viow on the lakes cnn compare with it Merry Widow hats Gibson ties Christy ties and Oxford tios will be in evidence at the races this week Taft gained 91 votes last week He now has in sight according to Mr Roosevelt 700 which will rive him a walkover on the first ballotTammany Hall Now York will send 8000 delegates to the Denver Convention at a cost of 80000 It costs something to be in politics in New York Mighty bad outlook for the farmers but they souldnt get dis couraged it cant rain very much longer The thing to do is to got ready fur the rightbon the spot that wins out There is universal regret among the members of the A S of E on account of President Shrewsburys resignation It is to bo hoped I he will reconsider his action It will never do to give up the ship that carried you over Mr Shrewsbury Now is the most important period in the history of the society Stand firm and a stand together means better farmers and more prosperity From Louisville to San Diego Dear Editor Breckenridge NewsI will try to give you a breif history u of our journey to California enroute to visit our brother and cousin Chas W Wood who resides at Bonita He is holding a position with the Sweet Water Fruit Co at Bonita We left Louisville at 8 a m Thursday October 10th 1907 journin through the day arriving in the city of St Louis at 6 p m the same evening Leaving St Louis via B O Rai way for Kansas City arriving there at 830 a m the following morning Leaving Kansas City via U P for Denver traveling the great prairies of the West Central State of Kansas darkness overtook us just west of Ellis Kansas Arriving in Denver at 8 a m Waiting in Denver about an hour we then left via Denver Rio Grande traveling through the noted Cannon called the Grand Cannon Arriving iin Salt Lake City at 3 p m hence to Ogden at 6 p m After leaving Ogden we passed over the Great Lucian Cut off and across the great tressel whicl crosses Great Salt Lake Theli enter ing what is known as the Great Sal Lake Desert after leaving the grea desert we entered the Serra Nevada Mts Afterwards we entered the Snow Sheds covering a distance of 12 miles just as we emerge from the sheds wt climb the summets of the mountains from there one can see some of the beautiful scenery getting a good view of the great pines also Demon Lake After leaving the station called The SummetK we gradually decended the mountains into the Sacroments Valley After leaving the Snow Sheds after two hours ride one enters the land where they can see fruit such as oranges grapes etc growing Passing the Capitol of California we took the cut off for San Francisco Arriving there al 11 p m remaining there through the sight and part of the next day veiwiug the ruins of the great earthquake leav agat215 for San Diego by Coast- Line The valley iis rather level from Frisco Entering the Madred range of mountains we passed through 7 tunnels within a distance of 4 miles Arriving at Los Angeles at 9 a m left Los ingelss at 215 p m arriving at San sego at 830 p m Staying in San Diego all night came to Bonita at 230 p m the next day We found Chas fat and hearty and able to eat all set lafore him still remaining at Bonita being employed at the same place as hat Yours Respy- C Wood S T Dowell HOWS THIS woolrur Ono Hundred Dollars Howard for- nny casoof Catarrh that cannot lie cured by lulls Otitnrrb Cure V J Chenoy Co oledo 0 Woothe undersigned hive known F T honey for the last 16 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business truns ctlonti and flnanclully able to carry out any bliRBtions made by his firm Waldlnp Clnnan Marvin Wholesale DruRgUts Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Interenally cling directly upon the blood and mucos urfaces of tho system Testimonials sent ree Price 7c per bottle Sold by all DiugI- fitC Take Halls family rills for constipation BIG SPRING I Miss Mabol Scotts school closed FriI dayIMiii Myrtle Moorman went to Louis vi11e Sunday Mr Suter of Custer was here Sun- ray and Thursday the guest of Miss oldie Hardin Miss Ella Dowell will return home Sunday Born to the wife of Geo Hicks the 29th a boy Harry McDermot of Elizabethtown I was here Sunday inspecting the hotel property which is for sale FineBuggies With handsome finishings and made of best materials Prices X35 to 115 Call at JOLLYS Store for particulars about Convey ances before buying elsewhere Best and immediate attention given to allorders R M JOLLY Irvington Ky IWJVrEVERY SHOE IS BUILT TO FIT That is what makes the famous White House Shoe OwM White House shoes for Men and for Women arc recognized the leading shoe product of St Louis the greatest shoe center of the worldWe know that we can please you inB shoe that is altogether stylish and at the same time comfortable selected from this line W We make them fit perfectly in every detail J Let us demonstrate to you the superior quality in these I goods We have a full line for both men and women Stop in andask about them WHITE HOUSE OXFORDSI n tJU r r IOMArW o A I you want to be satisfied EL1f the style and price your hats this season come I look through my complete I ment I can satisfy the fastidious Come and see I I i I Will Miller who has spent several weeks here with his sister Sirs Bailey left Tuesday for Louisville Dr and Mrs Strother were in Louis ville last week Mrs Julia Clarkson and daughter Olie Mae are in Louisville this week Mr and Mrs H H Kemper of Irv ington spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Julia Clarkson Mr and Mrs Henry Hardin of Eli zabethtown spent Sunday and Monday with his mother Mr John Riha of Vining In says I have been selling DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills for about a year and they give better satisfaction than any pill I ever sold There are a dozen people here who have used them and they give perfect satisfaction in every case I have used them myself with fine re sults Sold ball druggists DUKES Newbury was ill a few days last ILweekHomer Tindle attended the show given by Tucker Son at Pntesville Tuesday night I Mr Carrie Johnson and daughter Miss Josie were the guests of Mrs I Rosa Lasley of Cloverport Saturday Will Campbell was in Hawesville Fri I I dayMiss Anna Lamb closed her spring school Friday after two months of suc I cessful teaching Kirtley Kincaid of Patesville made I a business trip here Thursday I Mothers endorse It fOR PARTICULAR WOMEN With every dollars worth you at Glasscock you guess at number gourd one number 65 Runabout nearest seed to theII mobile Seat Buggy 1 GoodsII Our Spring Line of is best the largest and the cheapest have ever carried We have added a veII Millinery to our stock and is in charge Puss Anna Seaton an uptodate Milliner who will take pleasure in showing you I 1 II GLASSCOCK CO ttttGLENDEANE KY Customers Satisfied ofI Ibefore CONTAIN8I 00Hats p lOur Best OfferIii III Breckenridge News HONEY goods Cos We call it best because it hives you your own local paperthe best in this sectionand- the best and farm paper at a large saving The Breckenridge News is 100 per year the Farm Journals lowest club rate is 60 cents for five years Until we made this new arrangement the two papers would therefore have cost you 260 not lees We now offer to new subscribers and renewals or either paper ONE YEAR Journal YEARSS25 III t m ft Dont Drinki Any Thing Because Youre Thirsty i The same 5 cents you pay for a bottle of impure goods will buy a bottle of our goods ul1Rnteed pure m trater and syrups are filtered therefore our bottled goods w are more wholesome than most drinking We know the m l differeneoso do our competitors Dealers know the differRl ence Drink a bottle and you will knowTID mfjj Carr Bottling and Manufacturing Works 1 8 mHawesville Kentucky 1 1 1 1 Richard Harden visited relatives at Weber Thursday Mrs Anna Grey visited her parents at Henning Friday R Sapp was in Cloverport Friday- H Tindle and Eddie Powers were in Cannelton Saturday Little AlUm Jarboe of Patesville is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Amos Corley Sunday school every Sunday 10 a m at the C P church Mrs Myrtle Johnson spent Friday with her aunt Mrs Anna H H Tindle left Monday for Vin cennes Id where he has employ mentMr and Mrs Jerry Basham and AXATIVEChildren of buy Ret a the of seed in a The guess ing the of the line the S home always Farm I Old water Powers children spent Friday with his brother Delbert of Breckenridge county Insist upon DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve There are substitutes hut there is only one original It is healing sooth iug and cooling and is especially good for piles Sold by all druggists Valuable Cow Mr Bill Smith has the right to be very proud of a cow which he has on his place at Stephensport He says the cow furnishes enough milk for three churnings a week and each churning produces 65 pounds of fine butter As a consequence of this wonderfulcow butter sells for 15 cents a pound in Stephensport AN- DOUGH Tastes so good TAR YRIIPE OeWITTCHICAeo j I Ktutr tU efttr mouth uuru ue soaettpetlag upMttlty then eonUlntat OpUtti Kcnnwbc Luutlr Couth Syrup raoro tho bowel contains no 0Ute4 For Sale by ail Druggists 0 r JUST- ONEj r WORD that word fc TuttsIt refers to Dr Tutts Liver Pills and MEANS HEALTHA- reyou constipated IndigestionSick VIrtleoBilious BiliousInsomnia ANY of these symptoms and many others Indicate Inaction of the LIVER YOU Need MssPills Take No Substitute T5he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 0 1908 Announcement- At the solicitation of numerous frIends T announce myself ns u Tuft delegate to the Republican National Convention from the Fourth Congressional District CIIAS HLANPOItD Announcement- We are authorized to announce tho HON BEN JOHNSON us u candidate for reelec tion to Congress subejct to the action of the I Democratic convention PERSONALAND LOCAL New May magazines the News ofllce Mr Thomas Wroe was quite ill last weekLadies Home Journalfor May Nows office Mrs J H Rowland went to Louis ville Monday Jeff Owen of Glendmna wns in Lou isville Monday Mrs S T Hendrickson went to Lou isville Monday Clarence Hinton of Louisville is the guest of relatives Miss Eada Parrisb of Tobinsport was in the city Monday Miss Annie Raitt is very ill at her home in the East End Mrs L B Perkins wont to Louisville yesterday for a short visit Mrs II A Dawley of Louisville is the guest of Mrs Fred Ferry Alex Gregory cf Louisville has been the guest of Mrs Grant Gregory Mr and Mrs D H Severs spent Sun day with relatives at Union Star- el Mack Miller h s returned home from Louisville to spend several weeks Mrs Geo Shot of Durant I T is the guest of Mrs Eugene Haynes Miss Evie Miller of Hites Run has been the pleasant visitor of Mrs Ernest PateMunsey McClure Red Book and Ainslee magazines for May at the News officeMiss Jennie Wnrfield of Louisville is expected soon to visit Mrs Frank FraizeMrs Wickliffe DeHaven will leuve the first of July to visit her parents in TexasMrs R N Hudson and daughter Virginia wore here from Versailles SundayWm Barrett of Owensboro visited his sister Mrs Byrne Severs last weekMrs Chas Windelken and daughter Lelia of Richland are the guest of rel ativesFrank Burdette of Wheeling W Va has been visiting his father G P BurdetteLadies of the Methodist church will give a strawberry supper about the nineteenthChas moved his barber shop jinto a handsome room in the new Per kins building Mrs Wm Gibson and Mrs Larkin Gibson of Holt spent Friday with Mrs Chas Hamman Mrs L D Bowldes went to Owens boro Sunday nigbt to see her brother who is very ill Mr and Mrs W N Newton ot Louisville are the guests of Mrs Chas Bohler and friends Misses Maggie Greenwood and Lena Roberts of Irvington are the guests of Miss Maggie Carter Mrs Harry Morrison and children were in New Albany last week visiting J her mother Mrs Batt 1Morrison Calhoon dentists once downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Mrs Fred Fraize and Mrs John D Gregory went to Louisville Monday Bring me your ptoduce Julian Brown David Murray Jr has gone to Hop klusville Mrs Owen May has returned to Louisville lied Whiteneck who + as manager of Polks canning factory here visited his old friends in this city Sunday 11 have the George Dtlker Buggies for snleJuliHnBlown The Meade Countv Messenger says that Mr Clay McGhee has bought the corner drug store at Brandenburg Miss Annie Jurboe and Colin Millet have returned from a delightfal visit to Mr Millers sisters in Owensboro I have feed to sell Julian Brown Beautifnl new pattern hats at Mrs Polks this week They have just arrived and are for midsummtr wear I have the best Tobacco Fertilizer Julian Brown Mr and Mrs L D Bowlds who have been residing at the Home Bakery have moved into the Fraize property on River street Mr Bradley Coomes and Miss Irvice Pryor were married Sunday by the Rev D L Bowlds at the brides home near Midway III have on hand the best Stock Peas Julian Brown C M Payne was called home from Bowling Green Monday on account of the illness of his father G W Payne of Ilarued- II have German Millelt to offerJul ian Brown Miss Lillian May and MUs Lula Florence May of Lewisnort are the guests of Misses Mary Joe and Agneta MattinglyJohn was a dulegate to the meeting of the Knights Ladies of Security Lodge which was held in Louis ville last Wednesday Mr and Mrs Chas Miuary of Hen ton Harbor Mich are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of n fine son in their home last week Any skin itching is a tempertester The more you scratch the worse it itches Doans Ointment cures piles eczema any skin itching At all drug stores Jhas Reidel of Holt was in the city Friday Mr Reidel says the fruit crop in the bottom will be fine and it has not been injured by the prevailing cold weatherI lime and cement to offer Jul ian Brown Miss Ashley is makinga specialty of creating the net hats at Mrs James Cordreys The hats are beautifuland can be made in the champagne and blue shades also black and white A specific for pairDr Thomas Electric Oil strongest cheapest lini ment ever devised A household reme dy in America for 25 years Thos Robinson section foreman of the Henderson Route died Monday He was thirtyfive years of age A wife and daughter survive The funeral was held Tuesday at the Baptist church at StephensportMrs Dawley had a harrowing experience with a burglar who broke into the Dawley home in Louisville Thurs day night She was awakened by the burglar and screamed aloud frighten ing him away Mr Dawley imme diately secured four patrolmen who searched the house and nothing of value was discovered missing Two New Members Dr Forrest Lightfoot and Mr Chas Skillman were elected Saturday to fill the placer left vacant on the School Board by Thos Wroe and VL Chapin The other members of the Board now are Wm Reid S McCracken and Wm Smart Much interest was mani fested by the people Saturday A Californians Luck The luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklens Ar nica Salve writes Charles F Budahn of Tracy California Two 25c boxes cured me of an annoying case of itching piles which had troubled me for years and that yielded to no other treatment Sold under guarantee by Severs Drug Co Celebrates Ills Birthday Dr F M Smith was the guest of honor at a dinner at his home yesterday given in celebration of his sixtythird birthday The guests were Misses Jane Ella and Frances Smith Louise Bab bage and Margaret Moorman Scoffs Emulsion strengthens enfeebled nursin andgnerve forceIt rovides baby with the necessary fat and mineral food for hea thy growth- ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND S1OO McDANIELS I A small child of Virgil Pool died of pneumonia last Monday and was buried at Long Lick cemetery on Tuesday The little daughter who made her advent I into the home of Vernon Rhodes recently will be named Mary Agnes Cicero Cummings and T J Williams I went to Owensboro last week on busi ness i Friends and relations here were soon to learn of the death of Charles Rhodes of near Leitchfield who died April 23 He was the oldest son of Tom Rhodes formery of this neighborhood and was a good sober industrious young man He leaves a wife and three children Today Apr 30 we are having spring and winter combined snow flowers and I humming birdsIJohn Moore is speuding this weekwith his daughter Mrs James Mattingly at Axtel Mr Moore has been in very bad heath for some time and is out for a little vacation Miss Florence Rhodes is doing a good business here with her millinery goods Aunt Gannie Rhodes was treated to a nice box of candy Easter bv her grand aughter Mrs Lulu Quiggins of Clover portUncle Jack Bowles has been very low with lagrippe at his sons Chris Bowles of AxtelMorton Sorshell the only son of Joe Sorshell died in Oweusboro April 20 of consumption His remains will be brought here May 1 and buried in Plea sant Hill cemetery by the side of his mother May 2 at 10 oclock a m Morton was a bright youth and a lov able disposition kind and gentle to all He was born and reared near here rued had many friends He was a member of the Catholic church and most happily ami thankfully received the rest sacraments in his last sickness His funeral will be preacned at St Anthonys May I 1 at 1 oclock p m by Father Knu- eSTEPtIENSPORT t Rev Lewis filled his regular appoint SundayIVise Pauline Moorman tins returned front Cincinnati from the conservatory J whore she has been for the past three mouths Geo McCubbins is in Louisville underII treatment again with Dr Dunn I I Mrs Mary Payne has purchased the Brown Helm property and will occupy It as soon as she has some repairing doneEd Atkinson has moved back in his cottageDr will move in Mrs Mary Paynes cottage soon Kirby Blaine and family have retur ned from Fla and have gone to house keeping in a cottage on Main street Mrs James Brooks spent a few days in Sample last weak Mr Nelson Jolly is very low at this writingMrs Godfrey Haswell and daughter Georgia Me were the guests of her par ents Mr and Mrs Geo McCubbins last week Miss Zelma Lay went to Tell City Saturday to visit Kutie Plock Miss Mary Basham wan in town Sat urdayMrs W J Shoop went to Louisville SundayDr vitt and wife went to Branden burg Saturday evening for a few days Abe Bennett has returned home from LaKeland Asylum he is still in a veryI bad condition Mrs Will Alexander of Roberts Bot tom was the guest of Mrs S H Dix SaturdayMr Martin is able to get down town after several weeks of illness There was quite a crowd in town Sat urday who attended church and the tel ephone meeting John and Fred Dickman went to Owensboro Saturday Mrs E T Fox is able to be up again after several days of serious illness- It is reported that the apple crop in this section of the county is about all killedMrs Mack Stiff has rooms at Mrs Barney lfrymires Mrs Johnson Stiles is much better and is able to sit up DeWitts Little Early Risers are small safe sure and geatle little pills Sold by all druggists Tennis Club A Tennis Club has been organized for the coming summer by the follow ing Misses Anne Jarboe Lula Severs Jennie Mabel Harris Margaret and Edith Burn Grace Eva and Edith Plank and Mrs Harry Newsom and Miss Ree Willis The court will be in a pleasant lot in Breckenridge addition Still Enjoying Life Mrs Catherine Plock of Stephens port who is eightyeight years of ages visiting her daughter Mrs Henry Killman at Orieo Ind Though Mrs lock is past the fourscore post she is active as though she were in the mid summer of her life She is enjoying her visit immensely + tl f rl WntS i r i rh r3a r r r r r OUSALEOno 15 II P portable TrIck engine also saw rig good asI new every thing In first class condition Price 5500 cash Hoi son fur selling going west Gallon or address E T Piito Victoria Ky furFCloverport Ky FOR SALE Ono good farm mare Apply Whins butcher shop Cloverport FUR UENTA furnished room in a rosl convenient to business part of town and depot Apply til the Newsolllco FOR SALE pHINTINO Presses and Cutting machines and one lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Louisville Engines MARTINI Kv GABLE 518 UILsollneI I i MorseFyerrsaldnice family horse Ho Is dark luy I weighs over 1000 pounds Apply to Thus Smith Stephensport Ky I I11portant MrJnoWHord I an expert repair man is an addition to our jewel ry department Bring your broken Watches and Jewelry to Severs Drug Co Henderson l oute Notes Special Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 115 and 118 and all trains reducedtrip tickets will be sold at 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 Spring Races Louisville May 35 32s round trip from Cloverport to Louisville and return May 4 5 7 9 12 15 20 23 27 and 30 Good to return two days after date of sale except that tickets sold on May dI1 good to re turn May 31 and those sold on the 15th good to return May IS Valued Same as Go d B G Stewart a merchant of Cedar I View Miss says I tell my custoraern when they buy a box of Dr Kings Now Life Pills they get the worth of that much gold in weight if afflicted with constipation malaria or biliousness Sold under guarantee by Severs Drug Co 2sc TOBINSPORT Rev L S Sandors filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sat urday and Sucday Mr and Mrs Alex Ahl and daughter went to Louisville with u drove of hogs Messrs Chas Hawkins and Chester Polk were at Cnnnelton Friday Mr B F VanCoinn visited his fam ily front Yellow Bank Ky Mr Banty Hayden Sunday with relatives here Mr Chas Hawkins resigned his po sition at G L Polks and was succeeded by Wallace Haydeu Born to the wife of Dr David White a girlRev Charles Ketcham filled his regular appointwent at the M E Church SundayProf J L Davis returned to his home at New Ross Saturday after closing a very successful term of school here Mr J D Cockrell returned from Franklin Friday where he has been visiting his family a few days Boys Will be Boys and are always getting scratches cuts sprains bruises bumps burns or scalds Dont neglect such things they may result serious if you do Ap ply Ballards Snow Liniment according to directions right away and it will re lieve the pain and heal the trouble Price 2sc 50c and 1 1 Sold by A R Fisher Arrest At Custer Irvington Ky May 4It Special United States Marshall of Owensboro passed through town last Thursday en route to Custer to arrest IrvieKennersou who has been tampering with Uncle Sams mail The charge against Ken nerson is that he destroyed two letters containing bids for the rural route from Custer to Rosetta leaving his bid the only one to reach head quarters thereby securing the appointment himself The trial was set for last Monday Kenner was taken to Owensboro I have been somewhat costive but Doans Regulets gave just the results desired They act mildly and regulate the bowels perfectly George B Krause 306 Walnut Ave Altoona Pa Mrs H Behen has been visiting iin HawesvilieII ND MORE HOLES v ion my feet all day and every step a punch against toe and hallI Yet my socks have no holes rips or tears for six months I Theyre guaranteed not to haveif hole comes IIam given a new pair free to replace them1 Thats what the commercial man says If they serve him dont you think they would serve you EVERWEAR HOSIERY for men or women is made in fast colors from silky Egyptian cotton nonirritating to the most tender skin iis sold in boxes ofsix pairs one size to the box at 200 For Salt ly J C NOLTE BRO Il i Cadick Milling Co t CloaksSuits Waists Skirts DepartmentsI Silks and eletsI Dre BlilckI Drew Goods IWomensI Handkeichiefs Laces and- Embroideries Notions Linings TrimmingsWash Flannels and- Domestics Mens Furnishing Art Needlework Pyrocraphy China and Glassware Knit UnderwearGloves Readyto vrear- Garments Muslin UnderwearEtc Millinery Shoes CarpetsDraperies b and Furniture I i CloverportKy rl IS STRAIGHT and narrow But If you choose only CAD ICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR for your baking the wisdom of your choice will become more apparent with every loaf of bread eaten CAWCKS GOLD DUST FLOUR is healthful nu tritious and especially rec omended for family use Get Cadick s Gold Dust Flour from your grocer Qrandview FOR MAIL ORDER- CUSTOMERS ONLY 3 Sale Goods Can be Obtained Only through our Mall Order Department Special This Week 75c WOMANS UNION SUITS For Only50cA Indiana Gar Womens Bleached Ribbed Union Suits low neck sleevlsss and knee 1 length all sizes This union suit is excellent qual ity and is specially priced to mail order customers for one week only I swuavm cu 332340 W Market Street LOUISVILLE KY FREE Wo will send to anyone living out of town who sends us their name and address Tire Ladles Home Journal Style Hook once a month for ono year tree of charge hii Dress Goods Silks Dress i Trimmingsr Departments i Upholstery S adze Carpets CoverinisCurstte lBooksl Toilet Articles t Hjeiery Paper Patterns I Linens Wblte Goods MUmbrellasParasols i Sbirt Waists andIiFurs Infants Wear Leather Goods Toys and Sporting Gcods Trunk and Bags House Furnishings Veilings and Dress Nets ClothlnII Scys Furniture Music ra AGEITS FOR TUEii DemorestaSewiag Machine at 162 s ilalli Henderson Route Louisville Excursion Sunday May 10 Fare 150 Round Trip Good on Trains leaving Cloverport 507810 and 1004 a m Returning leavo Louisville 515J 900 and 901 p m n Plenty of room No crowdingF- or further Information ask the Agent 1 Try a Want Ad in the News t f n ii GOOD ROAD CAMPAIGN Policy of Construction Favored j by the National Grange GOVERNMENTS AID WANTED Farmers Ask For National Highway Commission and For Federal Appropriations to Improve and Main tarn Public Roadways The national grange an organiza tion of farmers In twentyseven states with an aggregate membership of near ly 1000000 members has for a nut ber of years advocated tho enactment by congress of legislation creating a national highways commission and making liberal appropriations for the Improvement of the public roads Dur ing the past year the grange has perfected plans for conducting a widespread systematic educational cam paign for the purpose of showing the urgent necessity for the adoption of abroad comprehensive policy of public highway Improvement by the arlousI township county and state authorl ties and to induce the national govern ment to lend Its assistance to a move ment intended to secure the establishment of a complete system of properly constructed roads In all sections of the United States It Is contended by the members of the grange that the Improvement of our highways Is fully as deserving of federal appropriations as is the Improvement of our waterways and that the work of the proposed national highways commission would greatly stimulate the construction of better roads by the various states counting and townships Tho splendid road sys tem of France admitted to be the best In the world is declared to be due chiefly to the road policy of the French national government under which a Corps of highly trained engineers plan and direct the work of constructing bad maintaining the principal roads of that country 4Tho deplorable condition of most ofI the roads in the United States prob ably the worst in any civilized coun try is generally recognized and It is urged by the grange that it is high time that action should be taken by the national government to bring or der out of the existing chaotic condi tions and substitute a scientific policy of road construction and Improvement for the haphazard methods which now prevail to so large an extent The following resolutions unanimously adopted by the National grange give the point of view from which the farmers regard the question of federal aid to public road improve ment Whereas The Improvement of the highways of the country Is a matter of general public concern and should properly receive the attention and assistance of the national government and Whereas The revenue raised by taxes paid by the people of the country as a whole should be devoted as tar as PONt ble to purposes which will benefit the greater number of the taxpayers In all sections of the country and Whereas No argument can be advanced in favor of the annual appropriations by congress on behalf of river and harbor Improvements that does not apply even more strongly to the Improvement of our public roads therefore I Resolved hat the national grange fa vors a general policy of good roads construction by the various municipalities counties and states and Resolved That we favor the immediate enactment of legislation by congress mak ing liberal federal appropriations for the Improvement of the public highways of the country these appropriations to be expended In such manner as congress may prescribe House bill 15S87 introduced in con gress on Jan 30 100S by Hon Frank D Currier of New Hampshire which embodies the views of the national grange on this subject provides for the creation of a national highways couimlsnlou mud for the construction Are You SickMuch sickness is due to a weak nervous system Yours may be If it is you cannot get well until you restore nerve strength Your nervous system IS natures power house the organs of your body get their power from it If the power is not there the action of the organs is weak and disease sick ness follows Dr Miles Nervine cures the sick because it soothes the irritated and tired nerves and gives the system a chance to recuperate Try it and see if you do not quickly feel its bene ficial effect 1 was given up to die by a lead ing doctor Got one of Dr Milos books and found that Dr Miles Ner vine fit my case From tho very first dose I took I got better I am better now than I have been for years and- o all my own work on the tnnn hats what Dr Miles Nervine has ono for me and I am glad to rocom mend It to others JOHN JAMBS Rlverton Nebr Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv Ins and we authorize him to return of first bottle only If It falls eneflt youride r Medical Co ElkhartInd Ii e 1- tf I NATUREAND WORK n T Nature and a womans work com J bined have produced the grandest remedy for womans ills that the world has ever knownIIn the good oldfashioned days of our grandmothers they relied upon the roots and herbs of the field toI cure disease and mitigate suffering The Indians on our Western I Plains today can produce roots andI herbs for every ailment and cure diseases that baffle the most skilled I physicians who have spent years inII the study of drugs From the roots and herbs of the I field Lydia E Pinkham more than I thirty years ago gave to the women of the world a remedy for their peculiar ills more potent and effica I cious than any combination ofdrugjt Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is now recognized as theII standard remedy for womans illsI Mrs Bertha Muff of 616 NC StII Louisiana Mo writes J Complete restoration to health J moans so much to me that for the salve of other suffering wonjen J am willing I to make my troubles public For twelve years I had been suffer 1 ing with the worst forms of female ills During that time I had eleven different physicians without help No tongue 1 can tell what I suffered and at times I could hardly walk About two years ago I wrote Mrs Pinkham for advice 1 I followed it and can truly say that 1 Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetables Com pound and Mrs Pinkhams advice restored health and strength It is 1 worth mountains of gold to suffering womenWhat Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound did for Mrs Muff itwill do for other suffering women 1c Improvement mm maintenance of pub lic highways It differs from the nu merous bills on that subject now pendr ing before congress In that It provides for the direct expenditure of the proposed appropriation In road construction and Improvement by the national government acting In cooperation with the state highways commission orI other authorities having supervision of the public roads The amount of the appropriation stated In the bill Is 50 000000 to be made available at the rate of 10000000 n year of which at least 500000 Is to be expended In each state at the rate of not less than 100 000 annually The members of the grange and the farmers In general In all sections of the country are vigorously demanding the enactment of this bill and It Is believed that It will become law in the near future Under the provisions of house bill 15887 It will be possible for the na tional highways commission to apply the appropriations provided for In that measure to the construction Improve ment or maintenance of any public road In any section of the country since all roads connect with or lead Into some other road used In interstate commerce It Is provided In the bill that the commission shall as far as possible act In cooperation and consultation with the authorities hawing charge of the construction and Im provement of the public highways of the several states and In accordance with this provision the distribution of the amounts appropriated will be governed by the wishes of the people of the states acting through their public road officials Under this policy there will be no danger of some roads In certain sections of the country deceiving more than their fair share of the fed jral appropriation since the people of ach state can be relied upon to see A COSTLY NAP Slumber That Led to the Death of King Charles I In the middle of Holborn once stood an inn tho George and Blue Boar and there took place an Incident which entirely changed the whole tale of Eng lands history As twilight was falling in October 1018 a very tired post boy mounted on a sweating horse pulled up outside the old Inn The lad knew nothing of the Importance of the letters which lay in his post bag Ills orders were to convey them to a point on the Great North road where ho would be met by other messengers But Cromwells spies had followed him from the south coast for Eng lands liberty depended upon his dispatches miscarrying The boy had some supper and afterward fell asleep his head pillowed on his post bag While he slept Cromwells men took the bag and found in It a letter from King Charles 1 to the Scottish generals arranging for his rescue an Imme diate advance on London and tho ar rest and execution of Cromwell an friends That same evening 1hlsII had the fatal letter and Charles deathLondon Tit Bits Jj JJ f IMPROVED ROAD MOVEMENT II Importance Said to Be Recognized by Taxpayers One of the drawbacks to the prog ress of rural development is bad roads This fact Is becoming generally recognized and in nearly every statn In the Union there is manifested a tend envy to remedy this evil by state appro priations for the establishment of good public highways says the Architects and Builders Journal Among no class of people Is the need of good roads realized better than by the farmers and others engaged In agricultural pursuits Until within recent years these same people opposed the Idea of the state issuing bonds to raise money for this purpose for by a false conception of economy they reasoned that the cost of modern Iimproved highways would mean an Increase of taxes Since however they have had prac tical demonstrations of the advantages of good roads by the saving they afford in time and the wear and tear of horses and vehicles no class of people is more enthusiastic In their advocacy It Is not the farmer alone who Is benefited by the building of good roads Others who for business or pleasure find It necessary to travel by public highways from city to city or from town to town appreciate the advantage of a smoothjj solid roadbed Like the railroad theslJ viaducts are an Incentive to develop ment and It Is demonstrable that wher ever good roads have been established that section has developed In material prosperity und the value of property has enhanced This Is particularly true of the suburbs of large cities Improved roads have proved themselves to be an attractive Incentive to urbanites to purchase lots and erect dwellings Modern demands In this re spect have enlisted the attention of road engineers who have devoted their thought and skill In the construction of these highways and they are built from scientific plans Instead of by the haphazard system which formerly pre sailed and which was invariablyI mended by unsatisfactory results The introduction of Improved macadam and bltullthic paving has done much to popularize modern roads Properly laid they are durable and satisfactory Eco nomically considered their cost Is mon ey well invested as the relative relief from wear mill tour the facilitation of travel and the benefit resulting to prox mate property more than compensate for the original outlay Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffes Substitute was recently produced by Dr Shoop of Racine j Wis Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Dr Shoops Health Coffee is made from pure toasted trains with mult nuts etc Really it would fool an expert who might think it for Coffee No 20 or 50 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute snys the doctor Good Work In Illinois President Miller of the Galva Ill1 Good Roads association stated recently that over twentyfive miles of road had been graded and as much dragged un del the auspices of that organization He said further We have specimens of road where the grade was complet ed in this mummer and dralntilc land where the water line was within one foot of the surface and through which for ninny years people waded huh deep in mud in the spring anti sometimes In the fall when it rained But these por loins of the road are now firm and as good as any we have lIe also stated that the highway commissioners had been making contracts with the farm ers for dragging their roads at 58 a mile and that the cash system of road working Is heartily approved by both the taxpayers and road users Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it Iruvnlencjr of Kidney Dlsoiiso Most people do not realize the alarm me increase and remarkable prevalcncy of kidriey disease orders the most common diseases that pre vail they almost the last by patient and physicians who con tcrat tlLClllSelTJCS with doctoring the effects wlhiic the orig inal disease undermines the system What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get many times during the night The mild and the effect of is soon realized It stands the highest for wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and a book thatt tells botbsentfreelby Kilmer Co Bing Whilekidneydis are are recognized SwampRoot up extraordinary SwampRoot its all hamton N Y When Home of writing mention this paper SwampRootI make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y 111ont make any mistake but remember tb SwampKoot Dr Kilmers Eworrp Root and the address Binghamton N Y ji 01 noerv bottln 4 o QUAINT CONCEITS Tan Shoes With Blue Stockings the FadHalf Length Coats II The summer canvas shoes are white with brown trimmings With the shoe will be worn white or leather colored stockings Another shoe fad Is the patent leather pump with white stock II I PLAICE SKIRT3822 A pattern of this skirt may bo had In six sizes from 22 to 32 Inches waist meas ure Send 10 cents to this office giving number 3322 and It will bo promptly forwarded to you by mail- Ings and the tan shoes with blue stock ingsHalf length coats are almost univer sally worn One must have at least one of these half length coats In ones- wardrobe The color can be suited to ones needs but a pretty little check Is popular The faint Indistinct stripe is smartA plaidIof red just visible The Jacket of plain gray Is trimmed with black rose and gold and with It is worn a scarf one of the novelties of the season Flare circular and kilt plaited skirts vie with one another each having its own especial quota of admirers The general figure effect aimed at Is a close flat fit over the hips to diminish the apparent size and a very full outline below The skirt Illustrated Is cut on these lines JUDIC CHOLLET VANITYS VISIONS Toques and Tricorne Hats In Vogue Mull Blouses to Match Gown In the new hats three cornered tur bans or trlcornes are very popular Toques are mostly oval narrow in width with large drumllke crowns The mushroom shapes seen are disguised under a bushel of flowers used as trimming A number of the new models have distinctly larger crowns A GIBSON SHIRT wAIBT3820- A pattern of this Gibson waist can be had In sevon sizes from 32 to 41 Inches bust measure Send 10 cents to this office giving number 3S20 and It will bo prompt ly forwarded to you by mall They arc of diverse shapes such as conical bell shape zlg topped domed plain straight and tam oshanter Waists made of mull to match tailored skirts are in order Dark blue the browns greens violets and grays come in mulls and being easily wash ed in a good soap and water aro Inex pensive and pretty worn over white linings A variety is attained when the silk lulling matches the gown mate rial and a contrasting colored mull is used for the waist The shirt waist Illustrated Is on the Gibson order and Is a very popular de sign The waist can be made with long or short sleeves as preferred Shirt waists sometimes give in the back before they wear out and If you want to put a yoke on either an old or a new waist cut n paper pattern from the upper part of the back of tim waist about three and a half Inches be low tho shoulder seams sloping it peacefully to a short point in tho cen er of the back JTJDIO OHOLLBT I Iw ICondensedI IIof Irvington Ky at the close 01 business RESOURCES Loans and dlscountsf40 734 82 Overdrafts 4fO11 Due from banks arid bunkers Il CM 45 Banking houso and lot 4 000 00 Cash on hand 7 845 68 Furniture and fixtures 1 000 00 873 545 03 of RESOURCES Loans nnd Duo from banks and bankers Cash band 8X00 Furniture und fixtures March LIABILITIES Capital and 2 3 Custer Branch n First II CashierII dlscounts11 601 21 13 117 64 on 25 450 00 31 462 00 oO 925 64 DO 40 52 00 LIABILITIESIIA U SUTEIt Cashier I LsNNsNNNUNt1NlN4t tN uW II BOWMER A B Cashier 1C L LiaiiTroOT Vlce COASt AsstCashler The Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANKOrganized Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in protected very latest equipment Interest on time deposits Business great solicited ttNiNN N 4N NNi N NNON IN O NNN+NI The Bank of Hardinsburgtand Trust CompanyCA- PITAL F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD CUMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G Beard Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson a General Banking Business as Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in Fiduciary Capacity Intrest on Deposits against Loss byFire or Burglary NNc+ Ni4N 41N+i ++ +0 00 N ONNNNNNN + THE Fifth Avenue HOTEL Louisville Ky 1 PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr 31 1 IIIrstclass Ithe n The Carlsbad of America French Lick and West Baden Springs Ind Now reached by direct of the Southern Railway Leave Evansville am pm Rockport am pm 11 Cannelton am pm I 7 am pm 11 Troy 7 pm Arrive French Lick10 am pm BadenIO am pm Daily Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS Evansville to Lick3RocltportICannelton I Tell City 260 Troy E D Stratton P A Evansville Ind Beam G A Louis women read my Book No4 For Women It was expressly for who not well The Book No tells of Dr Shoops Night Cure and howthese soothing healing antiseptic suppositories successfully applied The book and strictly confidential medical advice is entirely Iree Dr Shoop Ra cine Wit The Night Cure is sold by all dealers Road Maintenance Scheme County Engineer George F Horton Houston Tex has introduced the stitch in time on the under his supervision Inspectors arc employed by the month whose it is to the roads regular intervals and repair all damaged places and care for the ditches and culverts Stations established along tho highways where supplies are stored It is that this method maintenance will prove far less expensive and the In better condition than the old way them they require almost entire rebuilding When the baby is cross and has you worried and worn out you will find that a little Cascasweet the well known remedy for and children will quiet the one a short The ingredients printed plainly on the bottle Contains no opiates Sold by all druggists 31 1908 11 III stock paid Inf2undivided profits Duo banks Deposits 73 KEMPER Undivided Deposits President SKIMMAN Vresident SKILLMAN Old 1872 every way and by the paid and small SM4 5000000- B Cashier PAUl Lafe Does Acts Trustee every Paid Time Insured system expect I I Street cars pass thedoor to all parma ot the city- Everything neat andlclean m line 7 20 2 20 7 2 15 7 15 2 15 Tell City 2 22 3S nm25 45 Arrive West 30 5 55 Except French 2 52 2 72 2 44 written leaving To Baden3 264 J C Jr A P St Mo Weak should women are 4 just can be Write of roads duty patrol at are ed of keep roads of until babies little in time are 000 Surplud 625 903 545 W 15 25 32 20 16 West 20 Cl 2 56 2 76 2 48 L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No110 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloveruort 507 AM stops at Irvlnctcn and West Point only arrive at Louisville 725 A M No 112 Hally Mall and Express leaves Clo verport 10 04 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1345 p m Train No 114 Dully fast mall leaves Clo verport 450 p Woo stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Loulsvllln735urn Train No 148 Dally Cloverport accommo d atlon arrives Oloverport 848 D m WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Evansvlllo coacmmodatlon leaves Cloverport 600 a m stops at all way stations arrives Evansville 900 am expressleavesHawesvilleLewisport Maceo Owensboro Stanley Hcnderuon and Evansville arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dally ar 2 rives Oloverport 740 p moo Evansvlllo 1030- p m Stops at all stations Noll5dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo vorporfc 1106 PM arrives Evansville 135 A lit St Louis t40 A M stops at Hawosville Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 111 112 113 114 between Louisville and Evansville Jhroulb sloeplnR cars and free reclining chair cars on trains 115 and lift between Louisville Evansville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvllle 500 o n arrives Irvington 840 am Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllo 320 pm arrives Irvington 520 p mTrain No 6 Sunday only Pordbvllle8 a m Irvington 003 a m WEST BOUND Train No3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 1100 a m arrives FordsvlIIe 245 pm Train No5 Dally leavesTlivlngton 650 p m arrives Fordsvflle 10 15Dm Try the News Want Column THE GONDOLA JIb Gliding and Guiding Through Venices Intricate Canals The gondola Is so perfectly adapted to Its purpose that It Is like a sentient thing In the gondoliers control It obeys the slightest Impulse of the oar Through the narrow null Intricate lanes of Venice with the sharp and baffling turns It glides with unfailing accuracy The boatmen have about ten different calls by which they an nounce their approach as they come to a corner the turn they will take In a crowd their way to right and left and all that And these calls half song half cry echo day and night and yet BO musical are they that they seem to be merely a part of the brooding silence of Venice Indeed the wonder of Venice Is how nil thingsthe city and the sea the boats and the people the songs and the Bky combine to make one perfect whole caressing and Idle as one of Potrarchs sonnets which one I care not Here even death Is not merely somber It Is friendly and familiar as well I saw them put old Paolo to bed for the last time He had been In his prime a stout gondolier of the tra ghetto of Santa Sofia near the Rlalto but In old age was a ragged hooker of the gray In his quarter however he was a respected man Indeed to be old or to be a child is among the gondoliers a title to tenderness and re spect And so when a good man dies in the poorer quarters the neighbors combine and hire a brass band to eel yebrate his virtues Vance Thompson- In Outing Magazine The Worlds Best Climate Is not entirely free from disease on the high elevations fevers prevail while on the lower levels malaria is encountered to a greater or less extent according to ultitude To overcome climate affect ions lassitude malaria jaundice bil iousness fever and ague and general debility the most effective remedy ie Electric Bitters the great alterative and blood purifier the antidote for eVe ery form of bodily weakness nervous ness and insomnia Sold under guar antee by Severs Drug Co Price 50c Fish Pen and Ink One year I found a lot of cuttlefish that ran into the surf said a worker on one of the California beadles 1 was riding along the bench and I got a pole and rode into them and killed about twenty I guess Some were eight or ten feet long I hauled them up and showed them for four or five days In my whale tent then I sold them to the fishermen who salted them down for bait taking out the bills eyes and pens which t sold as curios Each cuttle besides a sac of Indelible Ink had a pen a foot long n beautiful object as delicate and fragile jis a feather pen The eyes when hardened looked like pearls and they are mounted as pins The bills are chestnut color and look like a parrots bill A Comparison Ever seen congress In session No replied Farmer Coboss but 1 know about how it looks I hey a hired man who kin git as busy doln nuthln as anything you ever saw Louisville CourierJournal BABY BOY HAD ITCHING HUMOR Which Broke Out in Different Places Nothing Would Help Him Mother Almost in DespairSkin Quickly HealedWithoutaScar and Trouble Has Never Returned SINCE USING CUTICURA MOTHER GIVES IT PRAISE Several months ago my littl boy now two and a half years old began to break out with itching sores I began to doctor him and as soon as I got upinoneplace would break out in another I was almosb in despair Icould- notgetanything helphim ing I read a tes tlmnnlnl from B lady who had cured her little boy with Guticura I began to use the Cuticura Soap and Cutioura Ointment and after using them three times the sores com menced to heal Ho is now well and not a scar is left on his body They have never returned nor left him with bad blood as ono would think Cuti cura Remedies aro the best I have over tried and they aro surely great I shall always have them la the house handy and shall highly recommend them to any ono who is suffering likewise I cannot give them too much praise Mrs William Geedlng 102 Washington St Attica Ind July 22 1907 ITCHING TORMENTS From little patches of eczema tetter milk crust psoriasis etc on tim skin scalp or hands of infants children or adults are instantly relieved and speed ily cured in tho majority of cases by warren baths with Cutioura Soap and gentle anointings with Cuticura Oint ment the great Skin Cure assisted when necessary by mild doses of Cuti cum Resolvent Cuticura Remedies are guaranteed absolutely pure Soap 5c to Cleanse the Skin Cutl Heal the Skin and Cut16ocor In the torn of Chocolate ileur 28o per vial of CO to Purify the flood r llout the world Potter Drug dt Chan Irops Boston laMSr rTMatled Brae Cuttcura Diseases Flattered Editor to Miss Oldglrl age about fortyYour work shows promise but do you know madam good literary work Is seldom done by a woman until she is thirty or thirtyfive Several years hence you will bo able to write acceptable articles Miss Oldglrl as she leaves That was the most do lightful man I ever met Tired nerves with thatIIno ambition feeling that is commonly felt in spring or early summer can be easily and quickly nlterated by taking what is known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative Oue will absolutely note a changed feeling within 48 hours after beginning to take the Re storative The bowel get sluggish in the winter time the circulation often slows up the Kidneys are inactive and even the Heart in many cases glows de cidedly weaker Dr Shoops Restora tive is recognized everywhere as a gen uine tonic to th pse vital organs It builds up and strengthens the wornout weakened nerves it sharpens the fail ing appetite and universally aids diges tion it always quickly brings renewed strength life vigor and ambition Try it and be convinced Sold by all dealers A Canino Suicide What has become of that line grey hound your wife gave you SuicideHonest HonestYes tried to nab a ilea on tho small of his back and miscalculating bit himself in two Exchange When you think of Indigestion think of Kodol for it is without a doubt the only preparation that completely di gests all classes of food And that is what you need when you have indiges tion or stomach troublesomething that will act promptly but thoroughly some thing that will get right at the trouble and do the very work itself for the stom ach by digesting the food that you eat and that is Kodol It is pleasant to take It is sold by all druggists Might and Mane Tom Hood the punster once describ ed the meeting of a than and n lion and In doing so ho said The man ran off with all his might and the lion with all his mane The Most Common Cause of Suffering Rheumatism causes more pain and suffering than any other disease for the reason that it is the most common of all ills and it is certainly gratifying to suf ferers to know that Chamberlains Pain Balm will afford relief and make rest anil sleep possible In many cases the relie from pain which is at first temporary has become permanent while in old people subject to chronic rheuma tism often brought on by dampness or change in the weather a permanent cure cannot be expected the relief from pain which this liniment affords is alone worth many times its cost 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by Severs Drug Co OIL TO LAY DUST Cleveland Park Officials Believe It Is Cheaper Than Water Hundreds of gallons of crude oil will be used by Cleveland 0 the coming summer in laying the dust on the bou levards and park roads It has been decided by park officials that oil for dust laying purposes Iis cheaper than water Experiments were conducted last summer by Superintendent Starke and Park Engineer Stinchcomb and it was announced recently that the crude oil composi tion would be used this season In place of water for sprinkling purposes- A composition of crude oil and soap Is used and this Is diluted with water At first the proportion of tho crude oil mixture is great but after a coating forms on the roadways It Is necessary to use but a small amount in the wa ter and the necessity for sprinkling also becomes less and less A well coated roadway will be sprinkled but once in two weeks at the height of the summer season after the system is in force The use of oil will be a great labor saver said Superintendent Starke We will net need nearly so many men and teams Road improvement In Canada The twelfth annual report on highway improvement in the province of Ontario Canada which has recently been submitted to the legislature shows substantial and encouraging results accomplished during the past year The total expenditure on the country road system which has been adopted by fourteen counties amounts to date to 1137004 of which the pro vincial government ling paid 305210 The systems established in these coun ties comprise about 2550 miles of high way or about 12 per cent of the total mileage If the remaining counties should avail themselves of tho provi sions of the act granting governmental aid and establish systems In the same proportion to their total mileage it would give the province eventually about 0000 miles of improved high ways Good Outlook For Road Improvement It is reported that the state treasury of Virginia had a surplus at the close of the past year of 1000000 to be op propriated by the legislature This amount it is said surpasses any sur plus in the history of the state It is encouraging news for road Improve ment advocates The state Is becoming thoroughly aroused to the necessity for good roads Thomembers of the 1Jejjls C c c 1 lature are committed to their constitu ents In the mutter of road improve ment Governor Swanson is himself an ardent good roads advocate Hustling For Better Highways Good roads sentiment is sweeping the Chardon 0 section of the coun try ns never before and if farmers keep up tho work they have started all roads from Clmrdon will be veri table boulevards The Chardon board of trade has offered 300 in prizes for good roads dividing the requirements In such a way as to excite much com petition More money for prizes will soon be raided W n Ballard has of fered to Improve a long stretch of road free of charge If the council will fu nlsh him a machine There is a Pink Pain Tablet made by Dr Slioop that will positively stop any I pain anywhere in 20 minutes Drug gisrs everywhere sell them as Dr She pps Heaiache Tablets but they stop other pains as easily as headache Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets simply coax blood pressure away from pain centersthat is all Pain comes from blood pressure congestion Stop that pressure wit Dr Snoops Headache Tablets and pain is iustantly gone 20 Tablets tic Sold by all dealers THE EDUCATED MAN Not All of His Knowledge Comes From Books and Schools The most important part of educa tlon comes from Intercourse with peo plot From this side comes the educa tion In love and luty told service The actions of people stimulate imitation and emulation By these men grow in power and skill From observation of the character of people men form ideals of character for themselves and are transformed thereby Herein lies the consummate educative power In Christianity the transforming power of the divine man According to this new idea educa tion is not merely receiving but giving not learning alone but doing The educated man Is open eyed and open minded quick to respond to influ ences from without llearning from all his experiences and growing in power as he grows in knowledge Charles KIngsley said of his father that he possessed every faculty but the facul ty of using his faculties lIe was not an educated man although he was a very learned one Education Is on individual matter No two men can be educated alike In manner or degree They respond to different influences and grow in differ ent ways One becomes educated byway of schools and colleges and life another by life alone The measure of a mans education Is the measure of his use In the world George W Mar tin in Boston Globe A Ilapp Father is soon turned to a sad one if he has to walk the floor every night with a crying baby McGees Baby Elixir will ake the child well soahe its nerves induce healthy normal slumber Best for dis ordered bowels and sour stomach all teething babies need it Pleasant to take sure and safe contains no harmful drugs Price 25 and 50 ceuts per bot tle Sjld by A R Fisher SETTLING DUST NUISANCE Treatment Used at an Automobile Factory That Improves Roads At an automobile factory In Toledo 0 the manufacturers believe they have settled the dust nuisance and pointed a way to a phase of road Im provement The plant covers a large area At the rear of time factory build ings Is a circular speedway while be tween the buildings are driveways These roads are subjected to very severe use from testing cars constantly passing over them going out and re turning to the factory generally at high speed heavy traffic of largo trucks heavily loaded touring cars and other vehicles Naturally these drives and the speedway created lots of dust and required constant repair Much experimenting has been done and tho factory people say they have finally hit upon a good treatment which gives excellent results and Is very economical Tho factory has Its own steel treating furnaces some oil heated and it Is the sediment from tub crude oil used In the heaters sprinkled with an ordinary can over the surface of the roads that has Improved the neighbor hood of the plant Three treatments n season it is said makes the roadbeds waterproof lays the dust and prevents ruts and breaking of embankments For cuts sprains bruises burns rheumatic and all other pains use McLeans Vol caste Oil Liniment First sold In 1852 still the samo effective remedy In 1903 Good tor man or boast 23c 50c and SlOO A Good Talker They say her conversational pow ers are Immense- Is that so Yes sir They tell me that girl once talked clear through Parsifal1 Louisville CourierJournal Dad Attack of Dysentery CuredI An honored citizen of this town was suffering from a severe attack of dysen tery He told a friend if he could obtain a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy he felt confident of being cured he having used this remedy in the West He was told that I kept it in stock and lost no time in obtaining It and was promptly cured says M J Leach druggist of Wolcott Vt For sale by Severs Dru Co ACT QUICKLY Delay Has Been Dangerous In Cloverport To the right thing at the right time Act quickly in times of danger Backache is kidney danger Doans Kieney Pills act quickly Cure all distressing dangerous kid ney illp Plentj of evidence to prove this Henry S Seng living two miles west of Elizfcbethtown Ky says I have suffered severely from kidney trouble for the last four or five years At times the pains would be so severe after a rest less night that 1 was hardly able to get around If I sat in a chair for some time I was only able to straighten with great misery Accompanying this back ache was an annoying condition of the kidneys WbenisawDoansKidueyPillsa- dvertised I procured a box I started to take them strictly according to direc tions and they quickly cured the attack During the last few years when I felt a recurrence I again resorted to Doans Kidney Pills and the results were just ns satisfactory as in the first instane Mrs Seug has also used them with good results and we both think there is nothing for kidney trouble like Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co BuffaloNew York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other OPTICAL ILLUSIONS Striking Examples That May Be Ob served In Daily Life Doubtless every one has observed while traveling by train that the trees or houses In the distance appear to bo speeding along In the same direction as the train while the nearer objects are fast receding Many too have ob served that the top of a level wall built on a steep Incline appears to slope upward In a contrary direction to the hill Itself at noary the same angle to the apparent level and soon have curiously regarded the ghostircc gliding and vanishing of lark shadows while pasting a double row of fencing but the following are not so commonly remarked One might stand for several minutes watching the revolutions of the cups of an anemometer for measuring tin velocity of the wind and still bo puz zled as to the teal way tllarl turn Ing round laze up at thorn whon there Is an uncertain breeze Mowing They revolve rapidly and you art per hnns perplexed as to their direction As the wind subsides you would expect to find It easier to tell the direction by the slower revolution but ns a matter of fact the dllllculty Is Increased With the varying speed your first im pression is that such nUll such Is the direction A moment later you that Idea mind the longer you ItVel80I more It seems as If they are splnnin round erratically in every possible di rection whoroas of course they can only turn one way Staiding Immediately beneath a high wall of a building tho longer the wall the better for Ipractical demonstration many would aver on looting upward that It was not exactly perpendicular but Inclined toward them In a threat ening manner This illusion Is the ef fect of perspective anal would be seen to beater advantage If you stood be tween two such walls which faced each other at short distance New York Telegram A Smile is a pretty hard thing to accomplish when youre blue bilious and out of sorts There is a sure cure for all kinds of stomach and liver complaints constipation and dyspepsia Ballards Herbine is mild yet absolutely effective in all cases Price 50 cents per bottle Sold by A R Fisher Gold For Good Road Prizes The King drag road meeting held recently at Wllliamsport Pa was all that could be desired Eight hundred voters wedged into the auditorium at time courthouse to hear D Ward King of Missouri speak on Good Roads Right Now Deputy State Highway Commissioner Ensign spoke in the morning The audience contained men from all the surrounding counties some of whom came seventyfive miles Tho board of trade raised 1000 In gold for good road prizes A Living Skeleton is the final condition of any child that has worms if it lives Think of hav ing something in your stomach that eats all you take as nourishment Nine tenths of the babies have worms maybe yours bas Be certain that it has not by giving it Whites Cream Vermifuge it expels all worms and is a tonic for the baby Price 25 cents Sold by A R Fisher Reassuring First ActorI am in a quandary I have bean offered an engagement by two mauftgers and I dont know how to act Second ActorWell dont woe ry Theyll soon find it out Dyspepsia is our national ailment Burdock Blood bitters is the national cure for it It strengthens stomach digestivegi juices purifies the blood builds you up o Real Estate Department 1 Do you want to buy a farm or husinees l If you do you may find just whnt you need in this department If you are interest r ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want It and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enablingnbuyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno D Babbaae AvenueWSi1 7501f1 acres on Hardlnsburs and r of Sinking road i miles from Sample Improvuitiunui uwullluK and u Rood tile burn l0 ucrus In oak and beech timberllewbIJIIIIUllodLlmtstorielandyeurroundeasy payments druJtstandsurroundoohythe place tor some young physician to step LtuliinesliAnIs the reason for selling Ior further nartic clovurolporL3 950 32 acres on llardlnsburR and mUestromstorydwellings130 acre under cultivation and pasture J acres in timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all Rood size Plenty of Rood water tho year round Onethird cash and Rood easy terms on balance Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good willetc yearPostabout 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with goodbusinessJNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky I STATE ROAD IMPROVEMENT Radical Changes Recommended toII New York Legislature RadicalI changes In the methods of construction supervising and main taining highways In Now York state are recommended In the roiwrt recently I transmitted to the legislature by the special legislative highway investi gating committee appointed by till leg islatureThe more Important recommenda tions are The creation of a department of highways to consist of three members appointed by the governor to have su pervision of highways now In tho hands of the state engineer The recoillfleatlou of nil existing highway laws Into one statute nod the repeal of all existing laws on this sub jectThe establishment of four systems of highway construction representing two now unknown in this state and continuing In force the present Illgblo Armstrong and FullerPlank systems Of the four systems of construction proposed perhaps the most radical Is the first which provides for the cou I H for c750 FAtui FORI SALE34 mile oil of 3mileafromIlardlnsburg housetwogo JnoUHSnipepaymuuwj 800 ClovorportmudClovorport and Hardlusburj turnpike Im tandI IllucresIn 1 trussbalance In suite of Rood cultivation Two Goodlimestoneandwheuthirdcu1I1I a t 850 72 acre farm 434 miles from Olov1 smalldwullingsandcorn andIaspringinwoodslOOOOpounds undtareml5tarmtoruncuttimberThisIsaSteal600 tromHoltl I wolUUIt1 pondsThis90acresaud1JcIItrultGoodKoodroudthefarm Middle Ridge Poultry Yards Single Comb White Leghorns Bred to Lay Strain Eggs 100 per 15 S2 00 per 50 300 per 100 MRS J H PAYNE TOBINSPORT IND Phone I3J Box 20 structlon of thirtylive trunk highways connecting the larger localities of the state and to bo built entirely at the expense of the state At present the state does not undertake tho construction of any roads unless the county and towns pay a proportionate share Those thirtyfive trunk routes would extend to all parts of tho state Tho second and third systems are the present IIIgbleArmstrong and Fuller systems which have long been in operation Time fourth Is what is known as the French system and provides for the construction of purely local roads the expense to be borne by the counties and towns the state take ing no shore of tho burden A bill accompanies the report but relates only to tho highway code Provision is made for the Imposition of a provisional tax on automobiles to defray tho cost of maintenance The Womens State federation or Delaware has begun the work of plant- Ing trees for the purpose of beautifying the rond leading from the fork In the New Castle causeway to IFarnhurst It Is announced that the federation will extend Its work to other parts of the state Spavini ItCurb orI Splin S1oixsLiTd1Tert unsUrpassedIIpain very quickly needs very little rubbing and does not leave a scar or blemish An antiseptic remedy for thrush fistula and any abscess PRICE 25t50 L00 p SloaiftTreatise t PoultryfienhAldreas Dr Earl S Sloan Boston May U Atf 4 I t Y I e PI ISJ RUNA AS A TONIC AND BLOOD PURIFIE I Mrs Paul Ca ft WriflS From 210 Manroc Street Topeka Kansas Conn nitiff Pi funa R ad Her Letter Below f r MRS PAUL caste Mrs Paul Casavant 210 Monroe street Topoka i Kansas writes I havo found Foruna very effective In restoring my health and strength after 1 had been worn i out and run down for a long time I began to use It about six months ago when Iwas unable to leave my bed My nervous system was shattered and I was daily losing flesh and strength This condition was completely altered after a few bot tles of Poruna had boon used and I kept on using It until I was finally restored to perfect health i and had gained about fifteen pounds I feel so grateful for what your medicine has done for mo that I am pleased to give it my hearty endorsement and shall always be glad to speak a good word for it Tones up the System Mrs William McRoberts Waverly Minn writes- I am perfectly well of the oatarrh I took Peruna and Manalin I recom mend your medicine to every one and cannot praiso it enough It is a fine medicine to take any season of the year Taken in the spring it tones up the system and acts as a gentle stimulant A Good Tonic Mr Joe Leonard Flat 3 382 Allen St Buffalo N Y writes I have good reason to endorse Poruna ne I have found it a good tonic stlmu lating the system and sustaining it under great pressure imparting un usual endurance and enabling mo to work much lunger and harder than the system could possibiy do were it not for the great po vi rs with which it en dowed me J t jji vhs one nerves of iron Fiscal Court Continued from Page Three court as a whole on the acid report of the commissioners Moorman and StClairIn of the recommendation of the committee appointed to examine the Commissioners report on the Har ris Fork bridge it is hereby ordered that the Bridge Commissioner issue a warrant payable out of the levy for 1906 for the purchase price of the bridge and also the price of the masonry as per the contract of the ommissioners It is ordered by the court that the fol lowing claims for sheep killed and in jurod be and the same are her oy ai lowed to the persons below named re spectively and the same are certified to the Auditor for payment Julius DuUchke two sheep killed 12 00 Tice Miller one sheep wound ed which diod 6 00 E Driskell 3 sheep wounded which died 15 00 It is ordered by the court that the fol lowing sums be and they are hereby al lowed and appropriated to the persons below named respectively for the ser vices mentioned J W Harris poll tax erron eously assessed and paid forynar 1907 1 50 Forrest Speaks attention to public privy from Oct 1907 to April 1908 to be paid out of the levy for 1907 11 011 Wade Pile Co Stove c for Mook voting house 4 30 Fred Moorman delivering ballot boxes election 1907 20 00 J H Brown chairman one day Veseells road case 100 Chas Barr chairman one day Vessells road case 1 00 G F Carter supplies for coun ty Clerks office 6 50 C J Hensel delivering regis tration book Irvington precinct 115 W F Hook making settle ment of R R taxes year 1907 800 W F Hook recording and balancing raised list 9 00 W F Hook express charges- on assessors book 1 25 Calvin Hendrick supervisor- of Tax lists 13 days 19 50 John Jennings supervisor of tax lists 13 days 19 50 J H Miller supervisor of tax II Md of the and I and after of and am to say It me I fool and and am not at all my I in to all and I you me for none hut as I can a cure as I to bet for La II 213 Ave Ala of n say is a In and a up the list 13 daIeo eo 19 50 supervisor of tax 13 19 50 A C Glasscock supervisor of lists 13 W F of of 13 19 50 W F Hookmaking settlement for 100 00 W F as 166 02 W F as in case 4 75 Milt as in case 200 Ova one in case 1 00 Nat one in ease 1 00 Alf day in case 1 00 one in case 1 00 in case 1 00 C D fees as case 7 00 Ben damages in case 30 00 W F fees as in Shrewsberry case 6 80 Milt as in Shrewsberry case 2 00 damages Shrewsberry case 00 Ben T one in Shrewsberry 1 00 in Shrewsberry case 1 00 in 1 00 chainman in Shrewsberry case C D as surveyor- in Shrewsberry case P Haswell room for 1900 3 00 Eskridge acting coun ty one 2 50 It is ordered by the that ces and be and are appointed as a committee to examine all public and will tomorrow morn came the committee to the of the In Spring and Early Summer a Tonic Needed of is air welldigested Ifanything interferes diges impureAthe stomach prevents perfect digestion a condition allows the to ferment and decompose various instead of digesting blood is contaminated various materials do not in the to eruptions on the general lassitude constipation Peruna corrects all difficulties by striking at the of By eradicating the ca tarrhal condition of the stomach Peruna at once restores digestion the is thereby purified the machinery of the is in working Peruna has probably a remarkable in of catarrh of the stomach medicine These are frequent we a of testimonials in which Peruna has received praise for prompt t in of catarrh of the stomach Mr Caleb Bortell Officer 212 North Baltimore writesFor I was troubled catarrh head throat stomach Many would vomit eating- I took seven your Peruna I glad that has curod more like living working bothered with old take pleasure recommending Peruna sufferers catarrh for you for those who suffered have appreciate found Peruna YiY Splendid Grippe Mr Fielder jieasant Montgomery formerly prin Haynesville High School writesI truthfully that Poruna splendid remedy for for building system Taylor Dowell lists days tax days 1950 Hook BOArd Supervisors with sheriff county levy Ig07 Hook fees county Clerk Hook fees clerk Luther Marr road Miller fees sheriff Luther Marr road Board viewer day Marr road Bruner viewer day Luther Marr Taylor viewer one Luther Marr road Jim Macy chainman day Luther Marr Cromer Bruner chainman one day Luther Payne surveyor- in Luther Marr Macy allowed Luther Marr Hook clerk Matt Millar fees sheriff Matt road Tice Miller allowed- in Matt road 75 Miller viewer day Matt road case Frank Lyons one day Matt road Mutt Shrewsberry chainman one day Matt Shrews berry road case Tice Miller one day Watt road Payne fees Matt road John Jr registration Morris attorney day court Justi Bates Vessels Drury they property they make report ing This day report pauper commis is The source good blood fresh and food with tion Such food in ways The with that belong blood This gives spring fever skin and these source them blood and whole body put order made record cases than any other cases very and have host lavish and permano relief cases Police Paca street years with times before bottles troublos groat with thank what have done have groat havo YivYiYtiv Frank cipal grippe good tonic clerk days Luther road road Marr road road road road viewer 100 400 year their which thus rise more Pain In Chest Mrs A W Gusttn 6200 Lake Ave St Joseph Mo writes When I began taking Peruna I had quite a severe pain and ache in the left of my chost I suf fered a great deal with it I wrote to Dr Hurt man and nuked I him whet I should do Ho advised my stoner was referred and report follows We J T McCamish C H Drury and H G Vessells your committee having examined the pauper commis sioners report beg leave to report the same as correct and evidences econom ical management of the pauper affairs of the county by the commissioner Lee reIportedJohn Elder salary as POOlIHouse keeper 6 months 405 22 Lee Walls salary as Pauper Com one year v 100 00 Lee Walls extra expenses 25 00 B F Beard Co supplies fur nished to paupers 67 00 B F Beard Co supplies furnished to poor house 25 52 Joe Teaff supplies furnished paupers 18 46 Rhodes Storms Co sup plies furnished paupers 80 00 Rhodes Storms Co coffin furnished for Joe Fraize 600 J C Nolte supplies furnished- to paupers 6000 A A Richardson supplies fur nished to paupers 60 00 Allie Pate supplies furnished- to paupers 36 00 Marcus Mattingly supplies furnished to pauper1 65 H P Pool supplies furnished- to paupers o 00 D S Richardson suppliesfur nishep to pauper 21 00 M L Harl supplies furnished to paupers 4200 Scott Cunningham supplies furnished to paupers 3 00 Sid Thornhill conveying pau per to poor house 500 W J Schopp supplies furn ishedpaupers 14 00 J T Jones supplies furnished paupers 36 00 Mrs Eliza Hendrick supplies furnished paupers 36 00 Frank Fraize supplies furn ished paupers 60 00 John Cook supplies furnished paupers 39 50 Alf Taylor supplies furnished paupers 36 00 Dolph DeHaven meat furn ished Macajah Pool 10 15 L D Dowell supplies furn ished pauper 48 00 P Sheeran Bros Co sup plies furnished pauper 6 00 E F Lyons Bro supplies furnished pauper 15 00 Clark Bros supplies furnished pauper 15 00 H Meyer supplies furnished pauper 20 05 IlNpG Mr William Hogo President Commercial Travelers Association 280 Broadway New York N Y writes- I endorse Peruna as the most effectual remedy for catarrh I have been able to find in my travels in this country or Europe I can truly say that I havo spent thousands of dollars in this country alone trying to find a cure and it was not until I was induced to givo Peruna a trial that I obtained any thing like permanent relief As a tonic it is simply great It ought to bo in the grip of every commercial traveler on tho road It cured my wife as well as myself Wo havo not had tho slightest symptom of catarrh for along time In a later letter Mr Hogo says I havo used Poruna for many years never without a bottle in my grip I am tho youngest feeling and youngest looking man of my age in Now York which I think is entirely duo toPeruna wwrYNVwvww taking Poruna which i did I took throe bottles and I can say I am cured Thanks for kind advice and Poruna Nay Fever and Catarrh Miss Mayme K Smith 414 East Mound St Columbus Ohio writes Have used Peruna for catarrh and hay foyer The results being remark Lewis Jarboe supplies fur nished pauper 15 00 Dr J C Sutton fees as pau per physician 22 50 Dr J C Sutton attention to prisoners in jail 750 Mrs John Elder sewing for paupers for one year 29 25 expenI 4 53 Payne Crume supplies fur nished pauper 720 Tice Miller meat furnished to Macajah Pool 11 75 T A Gray supplies furnished paupers 48 00 Guthrie medicine furn lET ished paupers 25 90 J T McCamish burying pau per etc 11 28 D S Sphire medicine furn ished paupers 12 35 S M Henninger supplies fur nished to paupers 10 10 M Hamman Son 2 coffins furnished to paupers 11 00 J T Hoben supplies furnish ed jail and poor house 1430 J T Hoben chairs furnished 7 50 H L Basham coffin furnished pauper 400 Field Hinton coffin furnished pauper 300 Joe Teaff supplies furnished poor house 58 54 Joe Teaff supplies furnished jail 400 It is ordered by the court that Lee Walls be and he is hereby elected Pau per commissioner for Breckenridge county for the period of two years from this date It is ordered by the court that Dr J C Sutton be and he is hereby elected pau per physician for Breckenridge county for the period of one year from this dateIt is ordered by the court that Paul Compton be and he is hereby elected commissioner and receiver of Brecken ridge county for the period of one year from this date It is ordered bythe court that Colum bus Davis be and he is hereby elected poorhouse keeper of Breckenridge coun ty for the period of one year from this dayAt a Fiscal Court continued and held in and for the county of Breckenridge at the court house in Hardinsburg Kentucky on Friday April 10 1908 Present Hon H DeH Moorman pre siding judge of the Breckenridge county Court and the following named justices of the peace towit John OReilly T M Bates H G Vessels Chas H Drury John T McCamish and Frank Ruppert IGivcs Mrs Emily B019 S Lawrence St S Tacoma Wash member of Ladles of the Macoa bees writes Three mon the ago Ihad an attack of blllonsneas which threatened to undermine my health and strength Luckily for mo I tried Pernna at the i suggestion of my friends before itwas toolato Ifound In a low days time that I did not have tho i usual sick did food nauseate mo any longer In two weeks time Poruna had com pletely rid my system of tho poison and bile and Iwas in a much bettor My skin assumed its normal color I had a splendid and I was In every way Improved In health I used Peruna for a month longer and iit wrought a won drous change in my entire system able I clan highly recommend it to all whoarosuffcrinKwiththoabovodiseases 1 am happy tobo able to say it has helped mo wonderfully Eyes Red and Watery Mr William S ITcarn 1053 Segal St Camden N J writes Fur about two years I was troubled I being all the justices of the peace in commissionThis came Gus Brown county attorney and objected and accepted to the allowance of ten dollars made to R A jailer for fuel and services furnished to tobacco growers at eight public meetings in the courthouse be cause said allowance is a of Sec 180 of the constitution and prays and appeal to the circuit court which is willingly granted This day came the committee appointed to examine public property and re ported as follows We your commit tee appointed to examine and report upon the condition of the public proper ty report that we find many improvements made this year and much badly needed repairing has been done on public property generally We find it in first class condition Respectfully reported K MILY NOGG 1 Kellogg headache neither condition appotito Shellman violation necessary with my oyes being rod and watery ant my general health was very poor tryPerunaelse BO I purchased a bottle of Peruna and commenced to take it at once sad before I had finished the first bottle Ifound I was improvin- gI wrote you for F social advice eon corning my eyes which I received I continued to take too Pornna until I had- used six bottles Now my eyes ao absolutely well and I feel like a now man in every way I honestly advise any one similarly afflicted to try Porunr Peruna Tablets Somo people prefer to take tablet rather than to take zncdlclno in a fluid form Such people can obtain Pernna tablets which represent tho medicinal ingredients of Peruna Each tablet iq equivalent to ono average dose of Perunai John OReilly Frank Ruppert J T McCamish Which report by vote was accepted and committee discharged This day came the committee appointed to investigate the condition of the county poorhouse and county farm and made the following report We care fully and thoroughly investigated the premises of the poorhouse and found everything clean and in a sanitary con dition and in a good state of repair We interrogated the inmates and find them contented and they report that they are provided with plenty of good food and receive proper attention from the keeper on all occasions We have no recom mendations or suggestions to make VeryrespectfullyT DruryH Continued next week Hot StoveCool Kitchen I as as that J Oil does every thing that any stove do is ideal Made three sizes fully not with your dealer write our nearest agency Tho made and hand some lamp Burns for hours with mellow light Just what you need for evening or to light the If with write nearest agency STANDARD OIL How do you expect en dure the broiling days summer you prepare all the food over a coal fire 4r1You need a New Perfec tion Oil Stove that will do the without the cook It concen trates of heat under the pot and little or none the room when with the I NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStoveI the kitchen actually seems comfortable you couldwish it to be J This in iitself is but more than the New Perfection Stove perfectly can It an allround cookstove in and warranted If aflLampIT a strong reading diningroom not ourdea1er our COMPANY lacmrperatef to ofIif glowing U 4 cooking cooking plenty diffuses through Therefore working wonderful