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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ft j THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS v t ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY nAY 20 1908 8 Pates NO 45 I LIFE SENTENCE TO THE PEN Join Henry Clarks Third Trial Held Last Week At Hardins burg j TRIAL LASTED FOUR DAYS Hardinsburg Ky May 18 Special The trial of John Henry Clark charged with the murder of John A Cooke iin March 1006 was hld last week resulting In a life sentence to the penitentiary This was the third trial for Clark The first found the jury hopelessly hung A life sentence was pronounced the second time but the Court of Appeals reman ded the case back for another trial The rS trialoccupied four days this time The jury was composed the following men S P Drury Levi Chancellor H T Dowell 14L Waggoner John jarboe Joel Bruner Richard Hawkins A W Wheeler P S Bell John A Heston y M G Payne and Alf Hawkins COUNTY CAPITOL COURT NEWS Social Items of Much Interest Fortynine Teachers Being t Examined The principrl civil suits have bee courIt and will come up this week The prin cipal ones are James H Glasscock vs Louisville Warehouse Comyany Batte Gorin vr Bank of Glendeane Breck onridge county vs W E Rhodes andI r Rqssell Hutchinson Co vs Pete Sheeran Bros Co t Frank Kinney was fined 25 for a breach of the peace Mrs Lucy Canony was fined f10 and costs for unlawfully taking the property of another without felonious intent 2 Wm Beauchamp was appointed a special ellsor to summon a venire of 50 men to report at nine oclock last Mon day morning from which to secure a jury for the Powall case Allison Glasscock of McDaniels one of the grand Jurors became ill and was excused on Thursday John Alexander of Boras was placed in his steadlThe grand jury returned but six in dictments three for carrying concealed deadly weapons one for drawing a gun upon ano her one for breaking into a store and one for attempted rape Leonlardcellor Joell Bruner H T Dowell AIW Wheeler Harmon Parks H H Norton Charles Fentress Mike Miller John Furrow Taylor Bandy D H Smith and P S Bell Mrs Blanche Read was the guest of friends at Falls of Rough SundaydJudge Milton Board is unable to bout e and for a few weeks he has bee missed from his accustomed places up townMarriage license was issued to Ernest t Meador and Miss Emma Alexander of the Cuater neighborhood Prof Edmund Wroe of Cloverport and Miss Mary Jo Mattingly of Axtel are here this week grading the paper- of the forty nine applicants tor teacher- certificates Friday and SaturdaydMiss Eva Pumphrey of West View was the guest of Mrs Wm Hensley last week Owing to the fact that the Clark trial consumed four days there were not many cases disposed of last week Small crowds attended court the firstI week Farmers were taking advantage of the first fine farming weather arid wereat homo at work l+ lrand Mrs James Skillman Owensboro wore guests of Mr and Mrs Morris H Beard last week Hon Green W Beard Jesse Whit worth and daughter Miss Anna Lewl- and Rev B A Brandon returned from s Saturday where they naif been ffSonora Clara district Whitworth conference was the guest Julia Maggie McGuffiin Louisvl11eIJ Mr and Mrs A B Skillman spent Friday with Mr and Mrs M H Beard Mrs Nannie Board and Mis Bess I S Weatherford were guests of relatives few d21VSJJl Masters Samuel and iWilllam Evan I are visiting at Mrs Fannie Boards at jj Garfield r l Miss Katie Eskridge returned last week from a visit to Owensboro Miss Margaret Beard has returned from school at Blackstone Virginia Mis EulaHensley with two of her school friends who with her expect to- go to the foreign mission fields some time this summer caws down from Louisville Saturday night to visit Mrs Lucretia Hensley Tom Bowmer and Charley Morris of Louisville spent Sunday here Misses Ruth Miller and Nell Smith o Irvington have been the guests of Mrs Jeff Hook fora few days The skating rink closed Monday night to open again next fall Mr Hook will opening make many improvements before the fanII ACTIVITY INCHURCHES Baptist Childrens Day Service Second Sunday In June Visit ing Workers In The City SundayC- ONVENTION MEETS HERE The Rev Ed Goodson of Elizabeth town delivered two very excellen- sermons from the Methodist pulpit iin this city Sunday He was here in the interest of home missions 000 The Rev D L Bowlds preached at StephensportnSunday in the absence of the Rev J T Lewis who is at Hot Springs ooo At the Lucile Memorial church the Rev Edward Graves filled his appointment Sunday Large congregations were at both the morning and evening i services ooo Father Brey was in Hawesville Sunday ooo Prof Shacklette made a fine talk on the Bible at the Baptist Sunday school Sunday morning It was enjoyed by ninetyfive Sunday school scholars ooo The Baptist Sunday School will have their Childrens Day celebration the second Sunday in June The services will be under the directions of the following j teachers Mrs Robert Polk Mrs J Proctor Keith Mrs Lenoard Oelze Mrs James T Lewis Miss Evelyn Hicks Mrs James Cordrey Mrs Thomas Tousey Mrs Chasm Lightfoot L Oelze and Mr Keith 000 The fifth Sunday of this month the Sunday School Convention will meet at the Methodist church here 000 Mrs James Skillman an interesting Sunday School worker of Owensboro made a beautiful talk to the primary class at the Methodist school here Sun ay ooonPresiding Elder Robert F Hayes will hold quarterly meeting at the M E church Sunday A City Of Roses Cloverport could appropriately change monthsgardensthan a clover field Such an abun ance of roses has never been seen before here and the rose bushes are jlliterally covered with beautiful blossoms The Paul Neron in the yard of Dr 1and Mrs R L Newsom is one of the I jmost graceful roses one could ever picture t Among those who have many exquisite rosts are Mrs J E Keith birRogers1 11Mr Chas Lightfoot MrsJ itfVbuncanMrs Abe Skillman Mrs W HBowmerMrs Frank Fraize RowlandofJ Mrs AFH Murray and Mrs R O WillisAn attractive sight is the long hedge LLsReid and Mr Araeil Oelze at their homes on River Front Three Boys Leadii atIn the common school branches of the j city school the boys who made the highest marks in examinations in Miss Pattersons room were Lawrence Babbagee sixthagrade Mrs H L Stader and Mrs Ike Meyer had a pleasant visit to friends at Tell City last week THE FARMERS ARE POOLING Work of Securing Pledges in Green River District Prog ressed Well the Past Week WELCHfThe work of securing pledges to the Green River Tobacco association pooling plan has progressed well the past week G W Welch secured the pledging of 400 acres in live days He worked chiefly in the Southwestern part of Dstrict No2 He had not yet gotten over more than half of the district and consides the prospect good tor getting at least as much in the other parts of the county In out school district 75 per cent of all persons who were seen pledged and in another the percentage ran up to 00 per centOwensboroIn quirer I Miss Clara Dyer I A Musical Graduate Invitations have been received here by several friends of Miss Clara Dyer thetjMeridian College Conservatory Miss jDyer is a member of the OS class and jher home people are pleased to learn of jher accomplishment Friday the into the the Friday the Burk Perkins Mark Parlette to attend the commencement the class The exercises began at oclock and were uplift ing spir itually and musically The orations Miss Ala Perkins Harold Murray the graduates were excel lent and much praise them Miss Perkins Mur ray which were taken charge the flower girls Miss Reba Lewis and Miss Emiline A J Kinnaman Bowling spoke most forcibly on The Advantages Higher and made many feel that they u June annual Methodist Owensboro district held Epworth uniting Owensboro conference meeting John Proffessor Edmund gifts WEDDING BE IN JUNE Miss Margaret And John Be At Church WILL LIVE AT liAR BURG I The approaching marriage Miss Margaret Wickliffe Dr John Edwards Kincheloe place Wednesday evening June the seventeenth the Methodist Episcopal Church South The bridal couple have severa a large number guests present Miss Moorman the daughter Robert Moorman most beautiful young Dr a physician atIly purchased handsome his fiancee Make Highest Average Hardinsburg 1SSpecial- Of eight common graduates took the May examination Miss Angie Gibson Irvington the youngest applicant the COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES- AN ENJOYABLE OCCASION tHigh School Graduates Deliver Creditable Orations and Receive Diplomas Night at Methodist Church jDR KINNAMAM DELIVERS A SPLENDID GRADUATING ADDRESS large audience was ushered auditorium of Methodist church 1 night by following High School students Wilbur Chapin James Louis Ditzenbach Orville and Raymond Parker of 08 8 educationally of and Mr won for and Mr were showeredwith flowers in by LewisDr of Green of a Education attendants for PROGRAMME MARCH ChorusLike a Lark Franz AbtI High School Gi- rlsInvocationRev Currie Piano SoloBlau VeIichenR Eilenberg Miss Rebecca Willis OrationThe Value DecisonH Murray Smiling SpringJ Fearis Miss Eva May Miss Eliza May Mr Ira Behen Mr A Murray OrationTrue NobilityMiss Alma Perkins Piano No 1WollenhaupM- iss Lula Severs AddressThe Advantages a Higher Education Dr A Kinnaman Vocal SoloI Promise TheeReginald de Koven Mrs Lathrop Reid of Diplomas ChorusMorning Nigh Johann Strauss High School Girls Benediction Rev Currie ACCOMPANISTS Proctor Keith Miss Frances Smith Miss Margaret Burn should like know about ciphering and the blue back spelling book music was beautiful The pretty high school girls who given pedal training by Mrs Lathrop Reid and Mrs Proctor Keith rendered two choruses that greatly enjoyed by the audience Cloverport indebted Prof Edmund Wroe for delightful occasion and the program DISTRICT CONFERENCE South Carrolton Will Entertain4 Methodists The First Of The conference of the churches of the will be South Carrolton June 1- June 2 will be League Day and the question of the leagues of the district will come be fore the The Cloverport League has been asked to send a dele gate to this Burn has been appointed delegate from the Methodist church of this city Gold Rings Wroe gave Miss Alma Perkin and Mr Harold Murray signet rings as commencement f TO Moorman Dr Kincheloe Will Married Methodist DINS of Moorman to is announced to take at in this city will 1 and of will be is of Mrs E and is a popular and girl Kincheloe is prominent of t a home Ky May the school who of made best grade A B M of M QuartetCome S L SoloEtude M of J T Presentation is B M Mrs J to more The were es J were is to this entertaining at SEVEN YEARS Negro Boy vWjIl Have To Spend 3255 Days In The Pen f Bud Richardson a negro who was tried before the Circuit Court at Hard insburg last Tuesday for insulting Miss Jessie Hemphill was given seven years in the School of Reform- Breckenridge Bridegroom- Felix Gray a streetcar conductor and Miss Allie Harringtonboth of Lou isville were married in Jeffersonville last night by Magistrate Charles S Ferguson The trip was not an elope ment and several friends were wit the pair The bridegroom is a native of Breckenridge county Ky and the bride was born in Hardin county She is a daughter of James Harrington a Louisville insurance man and a young woman of pronounced beauty Louis ville titnes UNCLE BILLY- MOREDOCK I SUMMONED Genial Man And Aged Citizen Dies At HardinsburRe spected And Loved By Young And Old ONCE LIVED IN HANCOCK Hardinsburg KvMay 18Special After an illness of several weeks William T Moredock one of our agesi and most highly respected citizens quietly breathed his last at two oclock Wednesday morning May 13 1Dir Moredock was born near Hardins burg March 5 1834 After learning the trade of cabinet maker with the Hon G W Beard and Judge Eskridge he moved to Hancock county where his life was spent with the exception of the last two years here with his daughter and soninlaw Mr and Mrs George W Evans at the commercial Hotel Apart of the time be was a farmer iin Hancock county the other part found him in business at Lewisport In 1856 be was married to Miss Hannah A House of Hancock county and for fitly years they lived happily together a happiness broken only by his death Besides his wife he is sur vived by these children Jas William of Macon Georgia Samuel H of Tampa Florida B H Moredock of Louisville and Mrs Evans of Hardins burg He was noted for his social genial disposition His home was ever open to his friends and crowds ot young people loved to visit there and enjoy the hospitality and sunshine within its walls and nothing pleased him more than to know that he was adding to the pleasures of othersHe a Methodist a Christian gentleman a man whose citizenship enriched the neighborhood in which he IhedIThe remains were laid to rest at LewI isport on Thursday Mrs Mordock goes to Louisville where she will remain for some tim with her son Mr Lawson Hurt James Lawson got his left hand dreadfully mashed at the Henderson Route shops Wednesday morning He came to Dr Simons operating rooms immediately to have his hand dressed COW BOYS VICTORIOUS Lack Of Practice Cause Disas CloverporttAnd Tobinsport COWBOYS PLAY BRANDENBURG lilts a long lane that has no turn and although the Cowboys defeated the two Ports Thursday afternoon the home boys did some good playing oni the eighth and ninth innings which made the score of the game 23 to 5IThe Cowboys took things easy fromt beginning to end They were wellI trained for stick work and could twirl a high class ball The chief cause as signed for the loss of the game was thatI the Tobinsport and Cloverport playersi were in need of practice which made the victory easy for the western dagoesThe members of the Cowboys bandI were rather stingy with their musicI and played only one or two selectionsi at the ball park However when they pulled out from the port that night iin their boat Nellie sweet strains of familiar songs could be heard as they were cuttingthe waters of the Ohioi toward Brandenburg Will Play Holt I The Junior Base Ball Team of thisi city will play a game vithuthe Holt team at Holt Friday afternoon The Cloverport players are C McCracken J catcher Mike Tucker pitcher Syreno Winn first base Ameil Pate secondI base Owen Berry third base Wilbur Gregorhy right Percy Jolly left field Homer Morrison center field 000 Friday afternoon of last week in an exciting game on the High School diamond the Hill Billies defeated the Cow Heelers the score being 10 to 9 HAPPY SURPRISES losing Day At Hardinsburg Normal Brings Unexpected Joys For Teacher And Pupils HardiniburgKy May 18Special At the close of the Normal term of school here last Thursday the students and Prof Driskell each planned to sur prise the other So well timed were their actions that while Mr William L gracefullyijoint offering of the students to their teacher there arrived two men loaded down with fruits MrDriskells treat for the school stopMrwhich was made in well chosen words and marked by a pretty sentiment Prof Driskell made a happy response and school closed with many regrets that the term was Over 1000 EGGS IIndiana Woman Does Large Poultry Business By Adver using In the News Mrs J H Payne and daughter Miss citySaturdaysold over a thousand eggs for setting Shs believes in advertising in the News for by doing this she has made a success of the poultry business RIGHT STUDENTS LEAD IIN CLOVERPORT GRADED SCHOOL In the intermediate department which was under the wise care of Miss Dora McCoy did excellent work during the 0708 term Those who received the highest and second highest grades are as follows Fifth Grade Jesse Hemphill ElmereHoffius Mary Owen Oelze Third Grade Grace Pauley Louise Whitehead Wedding At Hill Grove Black Jack May 19SpecialThew- edding of Miss Lena Dowell and Mr George Prather will take place in the Hill Grove church tomorrow evening The ceremony will be solemnized at 7 oclock in the presence of a large num ber of guests Smallpox Scare About Over Blackjack May 19SpecialThe smallpox scare is about over here and no new cases are feared Those who were fated with this dreadful disease are convalescent After Eighteen Years of Silence That the Breckenridge News is a potent factor for the pleasure of the county and the advancement of all that iis worth while is becoming more evident with every issue About ten days ago Mr1 John D Babbage gave a sample copy of the paper to Dr Thomas Whayne who was in this city from Tobinsport Ind where he had beets visiting relatives While Dr Whayne was scanning its columns carefully and with interest he came across the name of John D Shaw an old associate whom he had not seen since they both had told their teens goodby The two spent their childhood days together on farms in the adjoining counties of Hickman and Fulton in the southwestern part of Kentucky When they got too big to go barefoot they left that neck af the woods and started out to bob their own roe in new fields s Dr Whayne studied and prepared for his professionahd now enjoys a good practice at Columbus Ky Mr Shaw acquired ability for commercial pur suits and has been connected with the Farmers Bank at Hardinsburg for five yearsr They are both married and V Jhave just stepped on the sunny side of V forty Although eighteen years had elapsed since they had communicated their friendship had not vacillated during the silence and last week when DrWhayne telephoned to Mr Shaw it was a time of much rejoicing to them to hear each others voice Index paints standard varnishes Johnsons floor finishes white and red lead putty putty kniyes paint brushes Cloverport Foundry Machine Co r i iThe Fighting F I Chance IOoP1rlaht 1900 by the Curtis Publishing IIQpyrlgbt 1000 by Robert W CompanyII Btories of which were nil golden In the sun against a sky of sapphire Quarrier was alone gloved and hat ted as though on the point of lean lug He showed a slight surprise at seeing Plank as if he had not been expecting him and the manner of offering his hand subtly emphasized 1It as he came forward with a trace of In quiry In his greeting You said 4 oclock I believe ob served Plank bluntly Ah yes It wits about thatah matterah I beg your pardon can you recollect- I dont know what it is you want You requested this meeting said Plank yawning Mr Plank Quarrier said there should be some way for us to come to gether Have you considered it No I havent replied Plank I mean for you and me to try to understand each other For us asked Plank raising hits blond eyebrows Do you mean Amal gamated Electric and Intercounty impersonally VI mean for us personally We are wasting opportunities This whole matter la involving us in a tangle of litigation requiring our constant ef forts constant attention I beg your pardon Mr Quarrier but you takelt too seriously I have found In this affair nothing except a rather agreeable mental exhilaration Mr Plank It you are not Inclined to be serious I am said Plank so savagely that Quarrier startled could not doubt him I like this sort of thing Mr Quarrier Anything that is hard to overcome I like to overcome The pleasure in life to me Is to win out I am fighting you with the greatest possible satisfaction to myself Perhaps you see victory ahead said Qunrrler calmly I do Mr Qtiurrler I do but not In tho manner you fear I may hope for J1 Quarrier said without emotion I repeat that It would be easy for you aid me to merge our differences on a built absolutely satisfactory to you aid to me and to Harrington You are mistaken said Plank rls irc Good afternoon Quarrier ruse too You docllno to diseuM the matter he asked It has IKMMI discussed sulllcloiltly Then why did you come here- To see for myself how ufnild of nu you really flue said Plunk Now I know and so do you Mr Quarrlcr I want to tell you something Never be fore In business differences ins pri vate indignation against any hull vIII ual Interfered or modified my course of action It does now but It does not dictate my policy toward you It mem Ily as I say mod I flea It I am perfect Ily aware of what I am doing what social disaster I am Inviting by this attitude toward you personally what I financial destruction I am courting In arousing the wrath of the Algonquin I Trust company and of the powerful Interests Intrenched Ibehind Intercoun ty Electric I know what the lobby Is I know what judge cannot be countedI on I know my peril and any chanesII and I take themevery one every For it Is a good tight Mr QuarrleroneII will be talked of for years to come wonderlnglyI not because of your effrontery not because of obstinacy ImmorulIStyof ours Your name Hacrlngtons Ij Easy I Confinement If you have cause to fear tM pains of childbirth remember that they arc due to weakness or dk ease of the womanly organs ad that healthy women do not suffer like weak ones Tho specific Medicinal rep table lingredients of which that famous female medicine and womanly tonic I OFCAROW WOMANS RELIEF Is composed will build up the wdmdhly organs to a healthy state and thus prevent needless suffering Before my confinement writes Mrs Rose Schubarth of Monu ment Colo I had such bearing down pains I didnt know what to do Cardul quickly relieved me Some months later I had a fine 12lb baby was sick only thirty minutes and did not even have a doctor At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing symptoms to LadiM Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn E 35 d IROBERTI mine will have become utterly forgot ten long long before tho horror of these present conditions shall cense to berememberedHe out one ponderous arm pointing full between Quarriers un winking eyes Take your fighting chanceIt Is the cleanest thing you ever touched and use it cleanly or therell be no mercy shown you when sour time conies ITaM your fighting chance Let the courts alone Do you hear me Let the legislature alone Keep your manicured hands off the ermine And tell Harrington to shove his own cold splay fin gers Into his own pocket for a change Theyll be warmer than his feet by this time next year For a moment he towered there powerful1 bulky menacing I then his arm dropped heavily the old stolid expres don came back into his face leaving it calm bovine almost stupid again And he turned moving slowly toward the door holding his bat carefully in his gloved handIStepping out of the elevator on the ground floor be encountered Morti mer and halted instinctively He had not seen Mortimer for weeks neither had Leila and now he looked at him inquiringly disturbed at his battered and bloodshot appearance Oh said Mortimer you down hereHave you been out of town asked Plank cautiously Mortimer nodded and started to pass on toward the bronze cage of the ole vator but something seemed to occur to him suddenly lie checked his pace turned and waddled after Plank rejoining him on the marble steps of the rotundaLook here he said I promised you something once didnt If Did you f saId Plunk with his bland expressionless stare of an overgrown baby Oh cut that out You know I tlltlI and when I say a thing I make good Dye see I dont see said Plank whet you are talking about Im talking about what I said Id do for you Havent I made good Havent I put you into everything I said I would Dont you go everywhere Dont people ask you every whereYes In a way said Plank wearily I am very grateful I always will be I Can I do anything for you Leroy Mortimer had attended a killing it Desmonds and as usual had pro vided the piece de resistance for his soft voiced host All he wanted wns I u temporary deposit to tide over mat ters He had never approached Plank In vain und he did not do so now for Plank had a pocket check book and a itylograph Its little to ask Isnt it he mut tered resentfully That will only square matters with Desmond It loesnt leave me anything to go on with And he pocketed his check with ii- a scowlPlank was discreetly silent And that is not what I chased you for either continued Mortimer Beverly old boy Ive got a certain mealy faced hypocrite where any decent mant would like to have hImby the scruff o ot his neck lIes fit only to kick and Im going to kick him good and plenty and In the process lies going to let goat several things One of ems yours Plank looked nt him- I told you once that Id let you know when to step up and say Good veiling didnt I Plank continued to stare Didnt I repeated Mortimer pees shly beginning to lose countenance I dont understand you said Plank und I dont think I want to under stand you What do you mean 1 demanded Mortimer thickly Dont you want to s marry that girl But he shrank dis mayed under the slow blaze that lighted Planks blue eyes All right he stammered struggling to his fat legs and Instinctively J hackIng away I thought you meant business Iwhat the devil do I care who you marry I Its the last time 1- trr t to do anything for you or for anybody else Plank gazed at him for a moment The anger In his faro died out I am not ungrateful he said You may say almost anything except that Leroy I am not disloyal no matter what else I may be But you have made a bad mistake So let us forget the matter But Mortimer keenly appreciative- of the pleasures of bolng misunder stood squeezed some moisture out of his distended eyes and sat down n martyr to his emotions To thInkI ho gulped that you of all men should turnoi mo like this 1 Stop That Cold To chock early colds or Grippe with Prorentlcs means sure defeat for Pneumonia To stop a cold with Preventlcs Is safer than to let It run and be obliged to euro It afterwards To bo sure Pre yendcs will cure oven a deeply seated colt but taken earlsat the sneeze stagethey breaK or head on thou early colds Thats surely bettor That s why they are called rrevonucs Preventlcsare little Candy Cold Cures No Quin ine no physic nothing sickening Nice vMdren and thoroughly sate too If forF1 ly If you snoexo If you ache all over i rentlcs Promptnou may also save half TOUT qaualtolmeu And dont orSet your child U- uipre II feyersshne nightor day Herein prob bly lies Preventlet greatest emclency Sold In bOxes for thi POCket ai o in Mo boxes of 3- Tenttca Insist on your drttgglst+ JPTm yob Preventics ALL DEALERS I didnt mean to Inm you under stand Leroy that you hurt me Hurt nothing retorted Mortimer todlctlvely Youve had sensation Let it go at that then battered out of you by this time I guess society has lauded you a few while I was boosting y o u over the out works Theres another Ilady thats all Let It go at that then said Plank redden- Ing And now let me ask you a questionI where were you going when I met you What do you want to know for asked Mortimer sullenly Why Ill tell you Leroy If you have any Idea of Identifying yourself with Quarrlers people of seeking him at this juncture with the expectation of Investing any money in his schemes you had better not do so Investing sneered Mortimer lOWellI no not exactly having nothing to Invest thanks to my being swindled In to joining his Amalgamated Electric gang Dont worry If theres any shaking down to be done Ill do it my friend And he rose and started to ward the elevators Walt said Plank Why man you cant frighten Quarrlcr What did you sell your holdings for Why didnt you come to usto mo Whats time use of going to Qimrrlor now and scolding You cant scare a man likeI that Mortimer fairly grinned in his face Your big mistake ho sneered is In undervaluing others I want you to undointund u few things my friend stud one of them Is that Im not afraid of Quarrler and another Is Im not ufrald of you Leroy Xo not afraid of you either repeated Mortimer with an ugly stare You keep a civil tongue In your head after this do you understand and well get on nil right If you dont Ive the moans to make you Are you crazy Not a hit of It Too sane for you and Lellu to hoodwink You are crazy repeated Plank aghast Am I You and Leila can take the matter Into court if you want touu less I do Andhere he leaned for ward showing his teeth agulnlOtbc next time you kiss her close the door Then he went away up the marble steps and entered an elevator and Plank grave anti pale went out Into the street and entered his big touring car But the drive up town and through time sunlit park gave him no pleasure and he entered his great house with a heavy lifeless step head bent as though counting every crevice In the stones under his lagging feet For the first time in all his life he was afraid of a man- S The man be was afraid of had gone directly to Quarrlers office missing the gentleman he was seeking by such small traction of a minute that he realized they must have passed each other in the elevators be ascending while Quarrlcr was descending Furious to think of the time ho had wasted with Plank he crawled into a hansom and bade the driver take him to a number he gave designating one of the new limestone basement houses- on the upper west side All the way up town as ho Jolted about in its sent he angrily regretted the meeting with Plank oven in spite ot the check What demon hind possessed him to boastto display its hand when there had been no neces ity Plank was still ready to give hIm aid at a crisis had always been ready Time enough when Plank turned stingy to use persuasionIHe lay back rolling about in the Jouncing cab scowling at spaceIIll shake down QuarrIer he said to himself Ill make him pay for hIsI renchery scaring me out of ArenlgaI matedI That will be restitution 1I0tI extortionIHe was angry because he had beenI for days screwing up his courage to the point of seeking Quarrler face toI ace lIe had not wished to do it The scene and his own attitude in it could only be repugnant to him although IllI continually explained to himself thutI It was restitution not extortion Oh ho groaned what an ass I am And ho got out of his cab in front of a Very new limestone base ment house with red geraniums bloom Ing on the window sills and let him self in with a latchkey The Interim of the house was attrac tive in a ratner brlgiit new clean fashion The maid too who appeared at the sound of tho closing door and took his lint and gloves was as newly groomed as the floors and woodwork and so noiseless ns to be conspicuous In her swift silent movements Anybody here ho growled leer Ing into the drawing room at n tiny grand piano cased in unvarnished Cir cassian walnut There is nobody at home sir said the maid He began to ascend the stairway breathing heavily thud thud over the deep velvet strip his fat hand grasp ing the banister rail Somewhere on the second floor n small dog barked and Mortimer tra versed the hall and opened the door Into n room hung with gold Spanish leather and pale green curtains Hello Tlntot he said affably as a tiny Japanese spaniel hurled herself at him barking furiously then began writhing and weaving herself about him gurgling recognition and wel comePresently another maid entered with an apple cut into thin wafers and a decanter of port and Mortimer lay rack in his chair sopping his apple in the thick crimson wine and feeding morsels of the combination to himself and to Tlnto at intervals until the ap pie was all gone and the decanter hreefourths empty It was very still in the roomso still that Mortimer opening his eyes at longer and longer intervals to peer at the door finally opened them no more t e It was still daylight when Mortimer awoke conscious of people about him As he opened his eyes a man laughed teveral people seated by the windows joined in lIe yawned laughed turn Ing his heavy eyes from one to an other recognizing a couple of young girls at the window He didnt want to get up but there is in the society be now adorned a stringency of etiquette known as reflnement and which to Ignore Is to become unpopular- So he got on to his massive legs and gravityHow dye do Miss Hutchinson Thought you were at Asbury Park How de do Miss Del Garcia Have you been out in Millbanks motor yet We broke down at McGowans pass said Miss Del Garcia laughing the laugh that had made her so at tractive in A Word to the Wise Muddy gasoline nodded Mlllbank tersely an iron jawed ovcrgroomcd man of forty with a florid face shaved blueWo passed Mr Planks big touring car observed Lydia Vyse shifting Tlnto to the couch and brushing the block and white hairs from her automobile coat How much does a car like that cost Leroy About twentylive thousand lie said gloomily Then looking up Hold on Mlllbank Dont bo going Why cant you all dine with us Never mind your car Ours is all right and well run out into the country for dinner How about It Miss Del Garcia But both Miss Del Garcia and Miss Hutchinson had accepted another Invitation in which Mlllbank was also IncludedThey stood about veils floating leather decorated coats thrown babe lingering for awhile to talk the garage talk which fascinates people of their type Then Mlllbank looked at the clock made his adieu to Lydia nodded significantly to Mortimer and followed the others downstairs There was something amiss with his motor for it made a startling racket in the street finally plunging forward with a kick Lydia laughed as the two young girls in the tonneau turned to nod to her In mock despair Then she came running back upstairs holding her skirt free from her hurrying little feet Well she inquired as Mortimer turned back from the window to confront her- I missed him said Mortimer She flung the coat over a chair stood a moment her fingers busy with her Cant you see himtO- morrow r she asked hair pegs then sat down on the couch taking Tlnto into her lap She was very pretty dark slim mar velously grace ful In her every movementCant see him tomorrow she asked Isuppose so said Mortimer slowly Ob Lord How I hate this busi ness Hasnt he misused your confidence Hasnt he taken your money she asked It may 1bo unpleasant for you to make him unbolt but youre a cow ard If you dont I wish Id held fast now I never supposed Plank would take hold It was that driveling old Bplwethcr who scared me stiff The minute I saw him scurrying to cover like a singed cat I was fool enough to climb the first tree Ive had my lesson little girlI hope youll give Howard his Somebody ought to she said quietly About half past 8 they dined in a white and pink dining room furnished In dull gray walnut and served by a stealthy white haired pink skinned butlerThey had planned to go for a spin in Mortimers motor after dinner but in view of the Quarrier fiasco neither was In the mood for anythlng Do you know Leroy she observed as they left the tablo and sauntered bock Into the paleblue drawing room I do you know that time servants havent boon paid for three months Oh for heavens sake he expostu Inted dont begin that sort of timing I get enough of that at home I get IIt every time 1 show my nosedI I only mentioned It she said carelessly You hind an opportunity to make Howard pay you back What are you going to do DoOf course You are going to do something I suppose You havent yet told me how you Intend to make How ard return the money you lost through his Juggling with your stock- I dont exactly know myself ad mltted Mortimer still overfiushed I mean to put it to him squarely as a debt of honor that he owes I asked him whether to Invest He never warned me not to He Is morally re sponsibleShe Ill tell him so too blustered Mortimer shaking himself into an upright posture and laying a pudgy clinched fist on the table Im not afraid ot him I Hell find that out too I know enough to stagger him Not that 1 mean to use It Im not going to have him think that my demands on him for my own property resemble extor tlon Ive half a mind to shake that money out of him in one way or an otherHe struck the table and looked at her for further sign of approval Im not afraid of him he repeated I wish to God he were here and Id tell him so She said coolly I was wishing that tooFor awhile they sat silent preoccu pled avoiding each others direct gaze When she rose he started watching her in a dazed way as she walked to thetelephoneShall she asked quietly turning to him her hand on the receiver Walt Wwhat are you going to do he stammered Call him up Shall U A dull throb of fright pulsed through himYou say you are not afraid of him LeroyNo be said with an oath I am not Go aheadl Site unhooked the receiver After a second or two her low even voice sounded There came a pause She rested one elbow on the walnut shelf the receiver tight to her tar Then Mr Quarrier please Yes Mr Howard Quarrlcr No no name Say it is on business of immediate impor tance Very well then you may say that Miss Vyse Insists on speaking to him Yes Ill hold the wire She turned the receiver at her ear and looked narrowly at Mortimer Wont he speak to you he de mandedIm going to find out Hush a mo ment and In the same calm almost childish voice Oh Howard is that you Yes I know I promised not to do this hilt that was before things happened Well what am I to do when It Is necessary to talk to you Yes It Is necessary I tell you It is necessary I am sorry it Is not convenient for you to talk to me but I really must ask you to listen No I shall not write I want to talk to you tonightnow- Yes you may come here If you care to I think you had better come How ard because I am liable to continue ringing your telephone until you are willing to listen No there is nobody here I am alone What time Very well I shall expect you Goodby She hung up the receiver and turned to Mortimer Hes coming up at once Did I say anything to scare him particularly One things sure as preaching said Mortimer Hes a coward and Im glad of It he added naively relight ing his cigar which had gone out If he conies up In his motor hell be tare In a few minutes she said Suppose you take your hat and go out I dont want him to think what he will think if he walks Into the room and finds you waiting You have your key Leroy Walk down the block and when you see him come in give him five minutes Her voice had become a little breathless and her color was high Mortimer too seemed apprehensive Things had suddenly begun to work themselves out too swiftly liDo you think thats bdsmtr ho faltered looking about for his bat Tell Merkle that nobody has been here if Quarrier should ask him Do you think were doing It In the best way Lydia By Godl It smells of a put up Job to me But I guess Its all right Its better for me to Just happen in snt It Dont forgot to put Merkle wIse He descended the stairs hastily Mer kle the butler held his hat and gloves and opened the door for him Once on the street his Impulse was to flee get out get away from the Whole business A sullen shame was pumpIng the hot blood up Into his neck and cheeks An electric hansom flew noiselessly past him He shrank back into the shadow of a porte cochere The hansom halted before the lime stone basement house A tall figure left it stood a moment In the middle ot the sidewalk then walked quickly to the front door It opened and time man vanished The hansom still waited at the door Mortimer ltishandAshfkIug1oDked- Continued on Page Seven A Smile is a pretty hard thing to accomplish when youia blue bilious and out of sorts There is a sure cure for all kinds oi stomach and liver complaints constipation and dyspepsia Ballards erblne is mild yet absolutely effective in all cases Price 50 cents per bottle Sold by A R Fisher Meal and Feed at Mortons MillI We have just put in late improved Corn and Feed Mill Are prepared to grind and furnish meal and feed on short notice- CHARLES MORTONOwner r FOR ALL KINDS OF FoundryMachine Boiler Electrical Gasoline Boat Tin and Galvafnized Work Plumbers Mill t Boat and Tin ners SuppliesCome Gloverpqrt Foundry i Machine Co Prices Reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Correspondence Solicited 4Y JY lP 4fSTYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod Brute prices Expert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE CasperMay CoCam eltonInd IF it is the surest and safest place you want to have your watch repaired go to TCLEWIS he knows how and does as he knows He has one of the finest collections of beautiful uptodateJEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Como he is glad to welcome you and give you satisfactionT Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Kye c In H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- IIARDINSBURQ KY Will practice his profession In all of the tor Courts Special of attention givendo collection road cases and criminal practice License to practice InUnlted States District Courts Office over Bank of Hardlnsbuijc MillerTile Brick CU1In- corporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Day v v Main Office Rooms 8 and 10 I 00 F Building Owensboro Kentucky CROP REPORT Condition of Growing Crops Am Prospective Acreage In Kentucky 1 The weather during the month has been rainy and damp with very little sunshine Farmers were never so behind with their work Little plowing and practi cally no seeding has been done Oats that were planted early are growing rapidly but much land intended for oats has not been sown on account of not being plowedMuch attention has been given to the selection of seed corn as a result of the great interest in Farmers Institutes and the cam paign of education going on among the farmers We predict a banner 1 corn crop for Kentucky this year All gardens and truck patches are very late More potatoes and tomatoes will be grown in Ken tucky than ever before New canneries are being established in many parts of the State Scarcely any tobacco will be raised in the Burley District be cause of the no crop sentiment which prevails among independent as well as Equity growers In the Dark District an average crop will be grown and the Grow ers Association is securing a large per cent of the prospective acre ageThe demand for poultry and dairy products steadily increases Rye barley and wheat look fine andare very green The snow that fell on the 29th will not materially injure the growth No appearance of Green Bug and Hessian Fly on wheat Alfalfa shows a splendid growth and the rain has assisted the roots in getting a very deep setting An increased acreage all over the State is shown and we have re ceived many inquiries for bulletins Y on alfalfa showing that much interest is being taken in this very important plan Corn will be planted late on ac count of such a heavy rainfall but a very increased acreage will be planted In the western part of the State some fruit has been killed by early frosts as the season in that section is further advanced than in the central and eastern sections of the State where very little damage has been done to the fruit crop The indications point to a prosperous spring notwithstanding that there is uneasiness displayed in some of the counties of the tobacco districts but on the whole condition are encouraging It Reached the Spot Mr It Humphrey who owns a large general store at Omega 0 and is pres ident of the Adams County Telephone Co of Pike County 0 says of Dr Kings New Discovery It saved my life once At least I think it did It seemed to reach the spotthe very seat of my coughwhen everything else failed Dr Kings New Discovery not only reaches the cough spot it heals the sore spots and the weak spots in throat lungs and chest Sold under guarantee at Severs Drug Co 50c and 1 Trial bottle free WESTERN TRIP Mr And Mrs Seaton Enjoy Visit To Former Kentuckians In The West Mr and MrsJ D Seaton and children William R Marion Davis and Chlora May arrivedI home last Wednesday afternoon from an extensive and most enjoy able visit of three weeks in the VestAfter a business visit to Enid Oklahoma they started on a journey to see their relatives all of whom are former Kentuckians They went to Carlispad New Mexico to be the guests of Mr Seatons father Mr Geo W Seaton and later visited Mrs Seatons sister Mrs Stuart De Jarnette who lives at Texhoma Oklahoma Then they had a pleasant stay with Mrs Annie Eurton a sister of Mr Seaton whose home is in Witchita Okln They were also beautifully enter tained in Newton Kansas where they were the guests of Mr Sea i tons uncle Mr James Seaton Mr and Mrs Seaton were favor ably impressed with the western towns and liked the sunset country t There is a Pink Pain Tablet made by Dr Shoop that will positively stop any pain anywhere in 20 minutes Drug gisrs everywhere sell them as Dr Shonps Headache 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 wito Dr Shoops Headache Tablets and pain is instantly gone 20 Tablets 25c Sold by all dealers Goes To Arkansas M M Chancellor formerly of Cabot Ky has gone to Fisher Ark to make his home The News wishes him much prosperity in his new field For stomnch troubles biliousness and constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Many remarkable cures have been effected by them Price cents Samples freeFor sale by 125 Drug Co I accept all first contributions de clared the magazine editor Its a paying scheme As to how The author buys many copies of the magazine and then nearly always frainqs the check we sendLouls vale CourierJournal A Californians Luck The luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklens Ar nica Salve writes Charles F Budabn of Tracy California Two 25c boxes cured me of an annoying case of itching piles which bad troubled me for years and that yielded to no other treatment Sold under guarantee by Severs Drug Co A Danger Avoided- It was n wise young man who paused before he answered the widow who bad asked him to guess her age You must have some Idea about it she said with what was Intended for anI arch sidcwiso glance I have several Ideas ho admitted with a smile The only trouble Is that I hesitate whether to make you ten years younger on account of your looks or ten years older on account of your brains Then while the widow smiled and blushed he took a graceful but speedy leave SUNSET AT GUAYAQUIL There IIs No Twilight No Interval Be tween Daylight and Dark The days and nights at Guayaquil are of equnl length The sun knocks off promptly at G oclock in the even ing and gets up at 0 in the morning with equal regularity the whole year around There Is no twilight no gloaming no Interval whatever be tween daylight and darkonly a brll giant Illumination the sudden disap pearance of a red ball into a blue ocean a spread of flame color over all the western sky for a few minutes and a purple haze In the east Then the surface of the ocean like the heavens is lighted with millions of strange and shifting stars for the wa ter is so Impregnated with phosphor us that each tiny wave is tipped with light and the foam that follows in the wake of the vessel Is often like a stream of tire Sometlaies you can see porpoises swimming nlong the bow of the vessel livid with phosphorescent light and followed by a streak of sparks like a comets tail The Southern Cross with the right arm tipped out at proper angle lies straight ahead In the midst of myriads of unknown worlds that look strange to those accustomed to the northern constellations Under the left arm Is a large black spot In the heavens bright ened by only a single modest star which the sailors call the devils din ner bag Over the stern It the vessel In the early evening you can plainlyI distinguish the familiar constellation of the Great Bear but It goes to bed with the children HIS SERVICES What Became of All the Bills He In troduced In Congress Yes my fellow citizens said the political candidate If you have paid any attention to the work of congress you will have noticed that luring tin past session I Introduced twentytwo bills each of which was Intended to benefit this community I stand before you today with the proud conscious ness of having served you faithfully and to the best of my ability Those twentytwo bills would if they had been passed have made this one of the most favored districts on Gods green earth and Oh yelled a man In the gallery we know you Introduced em al right but what happened to em after thutI Gentlemen I appenl to your sense of honor Do you consider It fair that I should be Interrupted In this manner Is It right that I should There aint no harm In nnswerln the question Is there asked another of the statesmans hearers Well sir I will tell you what became of those bills my fellow citizens Every one of them was printed In the Congressional Record where If you will look over the flies you may find them today nut to revert to the seed question gentlemen I do not hesitate to promise that no man living In this the most splendid district In our grand old state shall appeal to me In vain If you shall deem It best to send me back to Washington where I have served you with such signal abilityChicago RecordHerald The Ticket That Came Back A prominent railway man tells of a railway ticket that took n sudden jour hey on Its own account It appears that as u northbound train on the Cola rado and Southern road passed one of the stations n passenger In a forward car raised a window and In an In stant his ticket was blown from his hands The passenger naturally gave It up for lost and was much surprised when the baggagemaster handed It to him a little while later It appears that when the ticket Hew through the window a southbound train was pass lug The suction of that train which was moving at a rapid rate drew the ticket along with It and as it passed the rear end of the northbound train it blew Into the door of the smoking car There It was found by the baggage master Minneapolis Journal Dyspepsia is our national ailment Burdock Blood bitters is the national cure for it It strengthens stomach membranes promotes flow of digestive juices purifies the blood builds you up Manner Is much A man aiwava looks better when he carries himself well than when a couple of friends are trying to carry him WiNCHESTER Hunting Rifles From the ten different Winchester repeaters you can surely select a rifle adapted for hunting your favorite game be grizdyIwhich model you select you can count on its being well made ac curate and reliable SHOOT W1NCHESTEI CARTRIDGES IN WINCHESTER OUNS WONDERFUL Emersons Show Boat Will Bring Hindoos To Cloverport In June- Breckenridge News Dear Friends- I wish to let you know that the IEmerson Floating Palace will play your city on or about June Gth with a big Musical Comedy anda special attraction The Victorina Hindoo Troupe of Simla India This is one of tho strongest and best troupes of Hindoos ever in the United States These wonders actually swallow swoards bayonets table legs and do feats in magic the equalof which has seldom been witnessed outside of India Mr Vanaran swallows a loaded gun barrell1 and shoots it oil while it is two feet down his throat it seems beyond the possibility of human accomplishments but he does it in every performance while Miss Victorina actually swallows a 110volt electric light and as it passes down her throat a most marvelous sight is beheld The intense light shines out through the body and she becomes transparent the veins bones muscles and circulation of the arteral blood becoming visible This is I know one of the biggest and best acts on a boat show Yours Respectfully 11 EmmersonManager Origin of Pugilism Man being instinctively a pugnacious animal and the list being the simplest and most natural weapon it may safe ly be assumed that pugilism an a mode of settling difficulties is coeval with man himself So fur as we know boxing for men was Introduced in the Olympic games in the twentythird Olympiad 7GO IJ C and for boys In the thirtyseventh Olympiad ODD B C- rowI York American The discriminating + farmer Keeps a supply o- LINIMENTSLOANSFor spavin curb splint sweeny capped hock founder strained tendons wind puffs and all lameness in horses For thrush foot rot and garget on cattle and sheep hogsFordiarrhoeacankercndAT ALL DEALERS PRICE ZStSO 4 E 100 Send for free book on Horses Cottle Hogs and Poultry Address Dr Earl SSloan Bostdn Mesa MADAME LA MODE II Two Toned Walking ShoesMohair Makes Smart Jacket Suits The craze for two toned walking shoes has introduced evening slippers made up from two and sometimes three shades of kid One of these modelsa dainty pairseen recently ELEVEN aORED SKIRT 4010 The pattern of this serge skirt may bo had In six sizes from 22 to 32 Inches waist measure Send 10 cents to this office giving number 4010 and It will bo promptly forwarded to you by mall in a shop was of white kid the uppers trimmed with kid of a primrose shade while the heels and the buckles were of deep gold Red and gray too are most effective the slippers embroidered in beads exactly matching the color of the kid The beautiful lustrous mohairs greatly resembling Lyons silks are in favor this season for dressy jacket suits Many show the diagonal weaves They copy all the striped checked and bordered effects Separate skirts are always useful no matter how many whole costumes one may possess The separate skirts are needed to he worn with both tailored and lingerie skirts The eleven gored skirt illustrated is easily made For the average person it takes five and threeeighth yards of material forty four inches wide or five yards fifty Inches wide TUDIC CHOLLET HERE AND THERE Materials Suitable For Separate Skirts Dainty Corset Cover For the separate cloth skirt for gen eral utility there is nothing better as a material than dark blue herringbone serge There is no question however that a striped plaid fabric Is better for a separate skirt than a plain material Next to the deeply laid side plaits over tho surface the most distinctive feature of the new skirts for street i i I I JUMPER D11B88 4001 A pattern of this jumper dross may be hall In four sizesfor girl from six to twelve years of age Send 10 cents to this office giving number 4001 and it will be promptly forwarded to you by mall and morning house wear Is n lack of Hare Dainty corset covers are made of nIL ovor swiss embroidery caught togeth er with Insertions of valoncionnos lace The basque that holds the waist in position is cut circular In spite of time talk about close fitting bats one has to search In all the good shops to find one To be sure there are toques and pretty ones at that but they are worn by middle aged wo menA new shade of glove Is tho apricot which is a very light brown with a faint tinge of pink The long glove still holds its own as most of tho summer coats and gowns have threoI quarter sleeves Jumper dresses for children are al ways pretty and the design shows a mighty attractive model Short lengths of ribbons silks laces and all ovens can bq used for gulmpes when fagoted together JUDIO CHOLLET pIV KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery IFOR COLDSII AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TftOUILES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED Louisville Evansville Packet CoIN- CORPORATED Fast Passenger and Freight Lint between Louisville and Evansville Steamers Tell City- Tarascon Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday at 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at 6 mThrough freight rates and passengtt tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than Ij rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 200 Cloverport to Evansville 200 Cloverport to Owensboro 100 Splendid accommodations for 8toc General Office 154150158 4th it Louisville Ky T L BENNETT 6 F and A Chas F Taylor Receiver The LouisvilleTimes is the livest afternoon paper publishedanywhere It prints the news right up to the minute Four or more editions every day The regular price of The Times iis 5 a year but you can get th- eBreckenridge News AND THE- Louisville lilies Both One Year For 500 If you will send your order to this paperNOT to The Times Celebrates His Birthday In Oklahoma Elgin Okla May 11Special Mr T D Agnew was the guost of honor at a dinner at the homo of his parents Mr and Mrs j Gardner Agnew yesterday given r in celobration of his twentyeighth birthday Tho guests were Mr and MIs- T N Manning Mr and MrsJas Compton Mr and Mrs W W Brunskill MrI and Mrs Claremo Yokott and Mr timid Mrs T D Agnew lund children Hurry Jarrott and Mary Florence The occasion was one of much pleasure to all present A great many people imagine they have heart trouble whon the fact it that the whole trouble lies in the stomach The pains hi the side around the 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 orwhenever your food seems to nauseate take Kodol It will not be very long until all these heart pains will disappear Take Kodol now and until you know you are tight again There isnt any doubt about what it will do and you will find the truth of this statement verified after you hive used Kodol for a few weeksrJIt is sold here by all druggists q 1aWpa THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please otify Us I When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give i their old as well as the now address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY MAY 20 1908 TILE YOUJfG MdJV IA PUBLIC LIFE The man who stopped thinking decades ago and who therefore believes that all questions are spurious except those which he was thinking in his prime but which have been settled long ago cannot even grasp the meaning of public life today Indeed the latter is a realobstacle to the solving of our presentday problems Such a public man forgets that every year a full million young men and young women come of age whose minds fresh and strong are thinking new thoughts today just as his now obsolete mind thought fresh thoughts in his day Such a public man does not understand that the constant ly renewed intellect of the nation is casting with new ideas born of new conditions and so ho thinks that all new questions are really no questions at all and would dismiss them altogether if he could Pub lic men must take their stand on public questions while those ques tions are up for decision not after they are decided The public man who has no views is more dangerous than the demagogue The man who utters pleasing generalities instead of taking definite positions on public questions is either a coward or a deceiver of the people and usually he is both Never in history was there such a day for young men in public life as that which has now dawned There is so much more to be done than there ever was beforo so many more hands needed for that work than ever before clean hands strong hands trained hands American public life is crying aloud for men who are honest industrious and equipped Senator Bevendgc William Jennings Bryan is getting too thick with the plutocrats At the Governors Conference held in Washington last week his place was between Andrew Carnegie and James J Hill Mr Hill one of the biggest railroad men in America was a principalspeaker He made a great speech He said the meeting was in ellect a direc tors meeting of the great political and economic corporation known as the United States of America The stockholders he said are the 87000000 people of this country The directors are the state and federaloflicers whose position brings them in touch with the opera tion of the whole country Commerce he said wherever untram meled is wiping out boundaries and substituting the world relation of demandand supply for smaller systems of local economy If we fail to consider what we possess of wealth available for uses of mankind and to what extent we are wasting a national patrimony that can never be restored we might bo likened to the directors of a company who never examine a balance sheet Some idea can be gained of what it takes to feed the men on the warships who will start on their voyage across the Pacific next month More than a million and a half pounds of meat is to be supplied This quantity will include 800000 pounds of frozen beef 185000 pounds of frozen veal and mutton 180000 pounds of pork loins 40000 pounds of young chickens 5000 pounds of turkeys 90000 pounds of frankfurters pork sausage bologna and compressed ham 250000 pounds of smoked ham 2500000 pounds of flour and 100000 pounds of sugar Of canned peaches pears and tomatoes and evaporated ap ples there will be laid in about 300000 pounds Vegetables included 509000 pounds of potatoes 50000 pounds of onions 7500 pounds of lima beans and 30000 pounds of sauerkraut Weather conditions for the past week were ideal and all that a farmer could wish Plowing seeding and planting were pro gressing at a rapid rate up to Monday when the rains came again and checked them somewhat It was a good time for setting tobacco and many a plant was stuck on Tuesday Plants we understand are t rendyOneof things on the farms i Mayor HarrIs says the town IS now able to build water works and he is in favor of building them Now let all citizens join with Mayor Harris and provide for the ways and means No better time than right now to start Great Picture Offer We are making the greatest picture offer made by any merchant in this county With JS cash Ve give you a f free every 2 cash purchase you can get one of these fine pictures for 39 If you wish to picture alone we charge each for them They are best quality pictures and you will have to see them to our liberal as you should Buggies and Surries are headquarters theI best Clothing Our offers in this1 make you Suits We handle celebrated E E Straus Chicago Clothing and have you an excellent Suit Peters Shoes MAY 23 Republicans Are Asked To Meet In Mass Convention In the call made to Republicans to meet in mass convention date was wrong and should have been Sat urday May 23 1908 The call was made in last weeks Ne- wsImportant Do not us to print cards of thanks obituaries or resolutions free of charge The price is 5 per line and any article or local in the way of an adver tisement can be published for not less than the regular price Do not ask cor respondents to put locals in their items without your paying for them Jno D Babbage Glorious For Louisville Louisville made it out of three from the Brewers in the final game of the series at Milwauk- eeWARRANTS FOR BANK PRESIDENTS T S Anderson And James II Parrish of Owensboro ged With Violating Law Owonsboro Ky 18 Warrants have been sworn out before County Judge Owen charging T S Anderson and James H Parrish presidents of the two failed banks with violating the laws The action taken through the County Attorney by depositors SKATING PARTY YOUNG ACTRESS Miss Jenella Ktsenbarth an attractive young girl the little star on Bisen barthHendersous Floating Palace was given skating party in this city yes terday by Miss Ora Bowlds THE PRISON BIRD This African Beauty Seals Hfo Mate In the Nest The peculiarity of the prison bird feathered beauty of Africa I13 that he is the most tyrannical and jcaoun of husbands bl3 mate throughout her nesting time Living stono watched the birds b bits vbl in Monpour and In his subsequent ob servations referred to the nest as prison and the female bird as slave The nest Is built In the hollow of tree through an opening In the bark As soon as It completed the mother bird enters carefully and fearfully and settles In It Then papa wall up the leaving only just space enough for air and fool to pass through Ho keeps faithful guard and brings food at regular Intervals without fall The female thrives under her enforced retirement But It the prison bird In killed or In any way prevented from fulfilling his duties the mother and her little ones must die of starva tion for she cannot free herself from bondageNormally the Imprisonment lasts un til the chicks arc old enough to fly the male bird destroys the bar tier with his beak and liberates his family It Is charming writes Llv Ingstcie to see the joy with which the little prisoners greet the light and the unknown world Young Lady entering music publish ers shop to young man music Have you Kissed Me by Moon light Young Man turning round with surprise It must be the other young man behind the counter Ive only been here weekLondon Stand ard R M JOLLY COIrvingtons Leading Store IIs offering the people of two counties bargains that are selling the goods Everyone in your will always be welcome to make our store your headquarters when in Irvington We willappreciate your valued orders and insure you that they will have our prompt attention If our claim on your patronage is fair we will be glad to serve you in the near future livery purchase 1 picture With 1 only cents buy the 1 all appreciate offer Clothing- We for yournttentionbuy- MadetoOrder the Cos satisfactorilyLet madetoorder at Cost the the Notice ask cents Sons two Char May State was FOR and a Up a Imprisoning a a a 3 down opening other Then sorting a Groceries Our groceries are going at prices that sell the goods Every day a new bargain is offered in this department Wutch our Offers and buy from us We sell just a little lower than anyone else Furniture We have just received a new and complete line of Furniture Our prices are right in this line Lime Limel Lime R JM JOLLY CO Irvington Ky Its the man IhisI We carry The Brown Shoes in White Tan and Black for Men Wo men and Children Oxfords and Low Cuts at reasonablo prices Splen did line of Hosiery to match White Goods Our White Goods for summer dresses is exquisite Also beautiful embroideries for trimming Write for samples Come and guess at the number of seed in the gourd and take your chance of a 65 Runabout CO Ky LODIBURG LOCALS Several from Lodiburg attended the funeral of Mr Nelson Jolly at Sample SundayMiss Daisy Hall of Union Star is visiting Mrs G L Frymire Mr Alaska Hardin of St Louis Mo returned home Sunday Miss Mary Argabright is visiting her cousin Miss Viola Argabright at Bran denburgMr Ater Jasper Head and Claude Norton spent last week in 0 ens boroMr C C Grant and daughter Miss Ruth were at Sample Sunday Mr Charlie Brown and Owen Har destyof Rhodelia called on Miss Pau line and Maggie Cashmau Sunday Miss Lizzie Head is spending this week with Misses Lena and Caroline Brashear and attending the camp meeting at Frymire HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars toward for any caseof Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure F1 Cheney Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F1 Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all business trans actions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Waldlnp Klnnan R Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Interenally acting directly upon 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at once through this paper The earlier you get in the more papers you receive Henry Watterson has announced that the CourierJournal will support th Democratic ticket from end to end and he believes the ticket will win in No vemberThe Louisville Times edited by Col W B Haldeman has made the same rate 125 under the same conditions The Times is the best Democratic after noon paper printed anywhere Miss Rosa Sapp of Hawesville was the guest of Miss Alma Perkins commencement evening i CONTAINS ENHEDYS Ndhura niwn H Dont Lose MoneyB- yBuying Cheap Goods Pretty Ribbons Stylish Belts dainty Handkerchiefs and other uptodate novelties at our store Complete line of Clothing GLASSCOCK Glendeane r JI 1Food Laws y t Ilavo never affected our drinks in any WilY They were pure1 1before we had Pure Food Laws I I FOR S4LE BY Cloverport T F Hoyser Weisenberg Noble C L X- a Sippel N H Quiggins W B Oelxe C J TToncnl Irvington J Duggins TTo i nnl Mat M tingly Bros Kirk N 11 Crews Co McQuady 7 G ti Morgan Co Stephensporttt 1 i Carr Bottling and Manufacturing Works L Hawesville Kentucky Use ANEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStoveni Because its clean Becauseitseconomical Because it saves time Because it gives best cooking results Because its flame can be regulated instantly Because it will not overheat your kitchen Because it is better than the coal or wood stove Because it is the perfected oil stove For other reasons see stove at your dealers or write our nearest agency Made in three sizes and fully warranted TheDIu OLamlftcannotbeequal steady light simple construction and absolute safety Equipped with latest improved burner Made of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled An ornament to any room whether library diningroom parlor or bedroom Every lamp warranted Write to our nearest agency if not at your dealers STANDARD OIL COMPANY INCORPORATED + STEPHENSPORT Miss Essie Biggs of Irvington was BeBlaine last week Mrs Sarah Ahl of Mowequa Ill visited relatives here last week Mrs S H Dix entertained her sisters and brother Friday in honor of her father Gardner Hawkins it being ThougheGrandpa Hawkins is nearing the sun set of life he is real hale and hearty for one of his age Mrs E A Blaine and son have re turned from Florida where they spent the winter Jerry Lennon of Hardinsburg and Rev Clines two little sons are the guests ot Mr and Mrs R A Smith Mrs Johnson Stiles is able to be out in the yard Miss Pauline Moorman and Mrs Pike HONEY AIM lYE Chllreft IIkl It Conn attended the funeral of J B Fry mire at Chenault Tuesday Will Dowell of Lodiburg was in town last week Mrs G B Cunningham and the Gardner twins of Chenault passed through town last week enroute to IrvingtonS Pate of Hardinsburg wns in town last week Leon McGavock and little daughter of Cloverport were in town Saturday Mr Moorman the miller of Clover port was in town last week The Stephensport flourmill has closed Miss Zelma Lay has returned from a visit to Tell City- w Mr Fitch III r i k The many friends of Mr Joe Fitch are sorry to learn that he is ill at his home in this city AftD OUIiH Tastes ss A1I 1 J CodLol WITT ft M a1M11 cane In eeseopely- For t tittM iMhlilij OfMM KMMrfy la utinCweA ljn arena ale fcewita ao4OfWM i 111 = Sale by e IIIDruglata k HAPPY HOME Is one where health abounds With Impure blood there cannot be good health With a disordered LIVER there cannot be good blood Tuns Pills revivify the torpid LIVER and restore its natures action A healthy LIVER means pure blood Pure blood means health Health means happiness Take no Substitute All Druggists T5he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 20 1908 Announcement At the solicitation numerous friends I announce myself as a Tuft delegate to the Kcpubllcan Notional Convention from the Fourth Congressional IHHtrlc- ty CHAS BLANFOBD Announcement Wo are authorized to announce tho nON BEN JOHNSON as a candidate for reelec tion to Congress subejct to the action of the Democratic convention PERSONALAND LOCAL Mrs Winn is visiting in Webster Mrs Woods has been viiiting in Ad disbnEd English has returned home from GeorgiaLawrence Murray was in Hnrdinsburg weekWallace Pierce was home from Louis ville Sunday Mrs George Short will go to Louis ville this week Proctor French of Mystic was in the city Saturday Hilary Hardin is in Evansville this week on business p Prof Shaoklett of Brandenburg was In the city Friday Dr and Mrs Frank Hook went to Louisville Saturday Mrs Walter Oelze has gone to Jack son to visit relatives Mr and Mrs T F Sawyer were inn Hawesville Sunday Richard Wathen is expected here c y soon from CaliforniaJ Miss Mamie Graham went to Lewis port Saturdayevening Mrs Forrest Lightfoot has returned home from Hawesville John aqd Herbert McGary ot Kirk have been visiting friends Beautiful net hats made to order at Mrs Polks milinery store Mr and Mrs Owen Duncan were guests of relatives Sunday Mrs Mike Popham is visiting Miss Jennie Bates at Hawesville Messrs Will andTom Bowmer were here from Louisville Sunday Go to Mrs Cordreys this week for bargains In midsummer hats Misses Rhodes of McDaniels are the guests of Mrs Nelson Quiggins Miss Nannie Hall of Union Star is the guest of Miss Hazel Holder Miss Cora McCoy left Sunday after noon for her home at Union Star Miss Rue Meador of Harned is the guest of Mr and Mrs Steve Wilson Edmund Wroe went to Hardinsburg Saturday to superintend examinations Mathias Miller of Hardinsburg was the guest of Mrs H Hardin last week Mr and Mrs Chas Hook and little daughters spent Sunday at Union Star Mrs C Hendricks of Hardinsburg has been the guest of Mrs Chas Hook Miss Florrie Hardin of Holt was the guest of Mrs James Skillman last week We sell the best 68 test gasoline at 15c per gallonCloverport Foundry Machine Co Miss Jennie Patterson will leave Saturday for Lyonia to spend several weeks with Mrs Wright Mrs Walter Graham has returned home after a visit to friends in Owens boro and Lewisport Misses Mary Nell and Hattie Head of Owensboro have been the guests of Miss Florence Lewis Chris Brabandt the photographer went yesterday to Irvington where he I has opened a gallery Mr Henry Pate has gone la Kansas Mrs Fred Fraize has returned home from Versailles Misses Lottie and Theodosia Mattheny have been visiting in Louisville A little son arrived at the home of Dr and Mrs Rafferty last week Miss Virginia Hudson is ill of measles at her home in Versailles Miss Annie Raitt who has been seriously ill was improving yesterday Mrs Thomas Blythe of Irvington has been the guest of Mrs John BlytheMiss Martha Willis will go to Lou f ville this week to visit Mrs James I Randell A strawberry fete will be given in Oelzes Hall Friday night by the Methodist Ladies Mss Mildred Polk of Tobinsport will go to Columbus Ky soon to visit Dr and Mrs Whayne Mrs John Gregory and Miss Inez Gregory of Louisville are the guests of Mrs Clyde Morrison Mr and Mrs James Skillman of Ow ensboro were guests of Mr and Mrs Abe Skillman Sunday Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 206 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Dr Grossman is expected soon from New Albany and will give n lecture at the Presbyterian church Mrs Leon McGavock and daughters Misses Lenora Virginia Addie and Mary are visiting in Skillman The newest shades in all colors for hat trimmings are sold at Mrs Cord reys this week at the lowest prices Mr and Mrs Allie Weatherford of Sunnydale Ohio county came up last Saturday to visit relatives at Harned For the best paints varnishes floor finisheshigh grade guaranteed goods Cioverport Foundry Machine Co Mrs Cordrey and daughter Miss Cordrey of Elizabethtown are the guests of Mr and Mrs James Cordrey Mrs Willis Noel continues to be very ill As soon as she is able Mr Noel will take her to their relatives near LouisvilleMr Mrs William McGuffoy of West Point went to Fordsville Monday to visit Mrs McGuffeys old home and relativesMr Mrs Lou Satterfield return ed home from Louisville Monday night tfter spending several days in the city shoppingDr R Rowley of Hawesville will be at A R Fishers drug store the first Saturday after the 15th of each month until further notice Mrs Clyde Morrison and daughter Mildred and their visitors Mrs Gregory and Miss Carrie Essie Gregory went to Waitman yesterday Messrs E Smith of Irvington and Willis Smith of Owensboro spent Sun day with their brother Dr F M Smith who continues to be ill The best place to have your foundry machine boiler and plumbing work Prices reasonable work guaranteed Cloverport Foundry Machine Co Mr and Mrs Henry Davis have lo cated at Harned for the summer They went to Louisville Saturday to be with their daughter Mrs Laura Davis for a few weeks Mrs Herbert Saunders and daughter Miss Mason Saunders of Nashville and Miss Grace Buck of Virginia are ex pected next month to be the guests of Mr and Mrs L B Perkins Mr and Mrs Frank Hardin of Missouri who have been visiting Mrs Hardins parents Mr and Mrs John Alexander Burns Ky returned home Monday after a pleasant visit of two weeksPressley Moseley of Owensboro Will Frizzell of Evansville D Frizzell and son Archer Frizzell of Cannelton ar rived Monday to resume work on the new Tar Fork bridge They are stay ing at the Satterfield homei Yacht Party From Addison Thursday a party of Addison folks came in their yacht Clarie to see the ball game They were Dr Nevitt Ed Ad kisson W B Morgan O L Black and Hubert Bruner KILLED MONDAY Clarence Jackson was shot to death Monday morning in New Albany by Samuel Carpenter The killing was the result of a quarrel Jackson visited Cioverport friends last winter and spent Christmas week at this place RicketsSimply the visible sign that babys tiny bones are not forming rapidly enough Lack of nourishment is the causew i Sco1tjr Emtttsion nourishes babsr entire system Stimulates and makes hone Exactly what baby needs t- AU DRUGGISTS i SOc AND 100 MARRIES AN EASTERN GIRL Richard S Herndon And Miss Caverly of Massachusetts United in Marriage AT IIOA1E JULY FIRST Irvington Ky May 18 Special The following announcement has been received in this city Mr and Mrs M H Caverly an nounce the marriage of their daughter Fanny Johnson to Mr Richard S Herndon on Monday May 11 1908 Beverly Massachusetts At home after July 1 Thirtysix Pond St Beverly Mr Herndon is the eldest son of Mr and Mrs J B Herndon and was for merly of Breckenridge county and is well and favorably known among an exten sive relationship and numerous friends here Mr Herndon is now located at BeverlyI Mass in the forestery business and has been for the past eight years Congratulations are extended to him and his friends hope that he will have a prosperous and happy future HUNG JURY Hardinsburg KV May 19 SpecialThe jury for trying Vandymurkle Powell was socured by noon Monday and the trial began in the afternoon Powells trial at the last term resulted in a hung jury Following is tlul jury Henry V Dowell J T Lucas Davis Ashcraft J T Brid well J J Chancellor Charlie Dowell A W Wheeler J AGray John Hick erson Steve Galloway Burrel Brown Sam Carter SCHOLARSHIP FREE FOR FARMl BOYS Boys Who Attend State Fair Next Fall Will Have A Chance For College GET READY TO CONTEST A scholarship will be offered at the State Fair next fall for the farm boys of Kentucky This scholarship in the State University will carry with it one hundred dollars in cash The scholar ship will be offered for the best judging of several classes of horsescattle sheep and swine exhibited at the State Fair Written statements will be presented by each contestant in which he will set forth the reason why he placed one animal first and the others second third and fourth and he will explain the good and bad points of each animal exhibited in the class The young man presenting the best reasons and making the highest score will be awarded the scholarship with the understanding that he is to use the money in assisting to defray his ex penses while pursuing the agricultural course of the University The money will be paid the student by the Univer sity Treasurer in monthly installments of ten dollars each for one year Inas much as expenses at the University are not very high this sum will probably materially aid some farm boy to gain an education which he could not other wise possibly secure The young men of Kentucky are proud of their ability to pass judgment on the points of different classes of live stock and in this contest they will have an opportunity to compete one with another with the scholarship as a prize No doubt this will add materially in fostering the proper interest in live stock husbandry It is a difficult matter to estimate just how much value this scholarship wit prove in future years because this is just the kind ot work Kentuc iaus should endeavor to interest young men in Only farm boys will be permitted to enter the contest Students of agricul tural colleges would have a decided ad vantage over the farm boys who have not had special training along this line and tor this reason the college boys are barred from this competition Tile undersIgned Is now working in conjunction with Senator J W Newman Secretary of the State Fair in formu lating definite plans for the competition which will be published later yoursiJ Hooper Professor Animal Husbandry KentucKy State University in The Strawberry Patch Tobinsport is pink with strawberries and the Indiana folks are transporting the fruit in huge quantities The strawberries are unusually large this season and are aerq1uscioysl They ate now selling for 25 cents a gallon Messrs McFair and Leaf have fine berries Cincinnati Beats New York Saturday Cincinnati beat New York by a scdre of 7 to2 + + I I Wa rvt s i 1 + + FOR RENTA furnished room In IL rest convenient to business part of town and depot Apply at tilt Newsolllci FOR HALE pltlNTJNO Presses and Cutting machines and one lot of Rood Laundry machines Also now and secondhand OILS and Gasoline EnRlnesMAUTIN GABLE 518 3rd Street Louisville KvIFUR RENTTwo desirable cottages In one ClOvlrportApplyCioverport Real Estate k Improvement Co BANKOF CLOVERPORT Incorporated 1903 CapitalSurplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 SafeSound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones and we ciate your business and inIilucnco Interest paid Time Deposits BANK OP CLOVERPORT CLOE PORT KY Important 1 Mr Jib W fiord an expert repair man is an addition to our jewel ry department Bring your broken Vat ches and Jewelry to Severs Drug Co Henderson Route Notes Special Weekend Excursion Fares Every Saturday trains 113 114 115 and 118 aud all trains Sundays Round trip tickets will be sold at reduced rates to local points good to return Sunday Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays viaL H St L Spring Races Louisville May 35 325 round trip from Cloverport to Louisville and return May 4 5 7 9 12 15 20 23 27 and 30 Good to re turn two days after date of sale except that tickets sold on May 1 good to re turn May 31 and those sold on the 15th good to return May 1- 8LOUISVILLE WINS Southern Baptists Vote Unani mously In Favor of Kentucky Metropolis Next Year Hot Springs Ark May l6The Southern Baptist convention voted un animously to hold its next annual con vention in Louisville May next The features of the morning session were addresses by Dr George W Daniel of Richmond Va and Dr W W Lan drum of Atlanta Ga The subject uu der discussion was the enlargement and improvement of the Southern Baptist Theological sminary at Louisville A movement is being inaugurated at this session to raise an ample endow ment fund for increasing the facilities and broadening the field of the insti tution Mr Agnew In Durant Gardner Agnew from Cloverport Ky has been in our city for several days visiting his old friends Short Haynes of the Durant Drug Co Mr Agnew has visited several places in Oklahoma looking for a location to go into the Pork Packing business He is very much pleased with our little city and surrounding country He will likely locate here and be ready for busi ness by fall Durant News COWBOYS BEATEN The Glenwood base ball team beat the Cowboys in the game Sunday at New Albany Ind The score was 11 to li Ladies Tan OXFORDSBeyond it this season Nothing could be smarter for street wear than the tan Oxfords Get a pair and be one of the great army of the Gol den Browns J C NOLTE 8z BRO CLOVEKPOKT KY Cadick Milling Co I CloaksSuits WaistsSkirts Departments Silks and velvets slack Dress Goods Colored Dress Goods Ribbons Womens Neckwear HandkerchiefsLaces Embroideries Notions Linings Trimmings Wash Goods Flannels and- Domestics Mens Furnishings Art Needlework Pyrocraphy China and Glassware Knit Underwear Gloves ReadytowearGarments Muslin UnderwearEtc Millinery Shoes CarpetsDraperies C and Furniture IS STRAIGHT and narrow But if you choose only CA D ICKSGOLD DUST FLOUR for your baking the wis dom of your choice will become more apparent with every loaf of bread eatenCADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR is healthful nu tritious and especially rec omended for family use Get Cadick s Gold Dust Flour from your grocer Grandview Indiana FOR MAIL ORDER- CUSTOMERS ONLY Sale Goods Can be Obtained Only through our Mall Order Department SpecialThis Week 59c Bleeched Sheets For 49cShe- ets are something that no house keeper can hardly get too many of Here is a chance to get good ones at the price of cheap ones Linen finished bleeched sheets large size hemmed ready for use Regular Sgc sheets for 40c 332340 W Market Street LOUISVILLE KY FREE Wo will send to anyone living out of town who Bends us their namo nnd atlJrekS The Ladles Home Journal Style nook once a month for one year free of charge luuon tJL1I Dress Goods SilksDress Trimmings Departments Upholstery Shades Carpets Floor Coverings Corsets Stationery And Books Toilet Articles Hosiery Paper Patterns Linen White Good Blankets Bedding Umbrella and- Parasols Shirt Waists and Furs Infants Wear Leather Goods Toys and Starting Good Trunks and Bal House Furnishings Velllncs and Dress Nets- Jewelry Boys Clothing Furniture Music AGENTS FOR TH- EDemorest Sewing Machine at 1622 THE CAMPAIGN IS ON Who Will Be President To form your opinions and keep in touch with the progress of the campaign you will need firstclass newspapers We have made a special arrangement whereby you can get the Daily CourierJournal 125 Daily Louisville Times 125 Weekly CourierJournal 35 FROM NOW UNTIL DECEflBER 1 1908 w This gives you a live metropolitan paper through the campaign and tho election Order today as subscription will start with issue of day order is received No back numbers can be sent Or you can have the Breckenridge News for Six J lonths and either of the above Dailies until December 1 for only 150 This special campaign offer is in effect only during JunoJ July and August and no subscriptions will be received at thtfre dud1rate after August 31 under any circumstances Send your subscription orders tothis papernot to the Courier Journal or Times ll k a- e BLACK JACK NOTES Mrs Mollie Shacklett of Para disc and daughter Mrs Ida B Scifres of Hardin spent Wednesday with Mrs Rosa Sipse Misses Fanny and Lizzie Shack lett spent Wednesday with Cora Sipso at Garrett Miss Ora Hardesty entertained a number of her friends recently Misses Delta and Maude Ritchie of Garrett Agnes Lancaster and Florence Rhoads of Hog Wallow Misses Lillie and Dona Miller Lula Sipse and Fanny Dowell Quite a jolly day was spent this being Miss Oras sixteenth birth day Mrs Nannie Foushee and daugh ter of Hill Grove spent Thurs day with Mrs Rosa Sipse Farmers are very busy this week breaking corn ground No one Las any corn planted in this sec tion but if the weather stays fair there will be lots planted this weekMisses Eula and Tula Prather spent last Friday night with their aunt Mrs Margie Sipso Rob Roby called on Miss Ethera Board Sunday afternoon and at tended church at Hill Grove Sun day night Lonie Hardesty want to Paynes I ville Friday Mrs Lamb and Mrs Brown went to Flaherty last Saturday shopping Valued Same as God B G Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Miss says I tell my customers when they buy a box of Dr Kings New 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 25c The Thunderer The original Thunderer of Printing House square was not as many peo pIe suppose the famous newspaper it self but one of Its writers Captain Edward Sterling who after being call ed to the bar and serving as a volun teer during the Irish rebellion finished a versatile career on the staff of the London Times Captain Sterling was s well known figure In London pout ical circles and was father of the more famous John Sterling critic essayist and friend of Wordsworth Coleridge and Do Qulncey Any skin itching is a teumper tester The more you scratch the worse it itches loans Ointment cures piles eczema any skin itching At all drug Stores Owen Meredith Owoij Meredith rested his fame oni Luelle but could never be induced1 to contradict the charges of plagiarism that wore made in connection with Iti Whats tho use he said If I deny them people will believe there Is sonic thing In them If I say nothing at all the book will bo read and tie charges ignored or forgotten He was proud of the poem and In the circle of his In timate friends often quoted passages front It nnd described the circum stances tinder which thoso lines were written HeartTroubles TroublesThe may be weak just the same as the eyes stomach or other organs It often happens that a person is horn with a weak heart Then again dis ease fevers overexertion anxiety nervousness rheumatism etc weaken the heart The result is shortness of breath pal pitation pain in the heart t or in some of the nerves of the chest or abdomen The heart should be strengthened with a tonic and for this nothing equals Dr Miles Heart Cure Imthought In a mild form I was weak tired feeling and short of breath could hardly go about and a good deal of the time sort of an asthmatic breathing and cxtromely nervous I began taking Dr Mlloa Heart Cure and Nervine and now I feel so much better In every way I am BO thank tolloihemandi how much pood It has done mo MRS F J NORTON Freovme New York Your druggist sells Dr Miles Heart Cure and we authorize him to return I fallsIMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Hawkins Harris Just prior to the hour of going to press the Telephone learnedf the marriage of Mr Chas Hawk ins to Miss Elsio Harris both of Tobinsport in the parlors of the Sunlight Hotel Rev M L Payton of the local M E church tied the knot Mr Chester Polk and Miss Della Winchell accompanied them Cannelton Telephone Bad Attack of Dysentery Cured 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 curedsays M J Leach druggist of Wclcott Vt For sale by Severs Drug Co You are so preoccupied at timer said Mrs Fourthly that I dont feel safe In letting you out alone That Is to say my dear replied the Rev Dr Fourthly with his benev olent smile when my mind wanders as It does occasionally somebody ought to go along with It 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 App ly Ballards Snow Liniment according to directions right away and it will relieve the pain and heal the trouble Price 2sc 50c and f1 Sold by A R Fisher An odd contrivance is used in China to protect carrier pigeons from the at tacks of birds of prey Tiny bamboo tubes are fastened under their wings And as they fly the air passing swiftly through the tubes makes a shrill whistle which serves to frighten off other birds A Happy 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 i ake the child well sooihe its nerves induce healthy normal slumber Best for dis ordered bowels and sour stomachall teething tables need it Pleasant to take sure and safe contains no harmful drugs Price 25 and 50 cents per bot tle Sold by A R Fisher What do you regard ns the most Important thing in favor of the theory that Mars is inhabited The fact answered the popular scientist that an article assuming that side of the question can be made three times as readable as one taking the opposite view Washington Star Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffes Substitute was re cently produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Dr Shoops Health Coffee iis made from pure toasted rains with malt nuts etc Raally it would fool an1 expertwho might think it for Coffee No 20 or 50 minute tedious boiling Made in a minute says the doctor Work of the Farmer The countless millions of our popua tlon are fed and clothed by the American farmer The grain waving In golden beauty upon the great plains of the west the cotton drifting like sum mer snow upon tho fields of time south freight the fleets of nations and moose their sails thread the continents with track of steell till the earth with the ronr of trains and heap for trade and commerce and useful art those stores that make a nation great Where are the sinews of our strength If they are not found in our great dlvcrslfled agri cultural products What victorious hosts ever waved as joyous banners as those that float above the tasseled maize from the snows of Maine to the spicy groves of California What spirit of beauty hovers above southern fields when fleecy bolls uncover to crown King CoUonIIon Ezekiel S Comm dlor Jr of Mississippi in House of Representatives A Mole Catcher- A farm manager at Foddorty Dins wall Scotland watching a mole catch er at work saw sen gulls hovering over and occasionally alighting upon n turnip Held In which the observer and others were nt work A particularly large nnd handsome bird attracted his attention by the graceful way It flouted slowly over the drills Intently scan fling time surface of the ground Sud denly steadying itself a moment it dropped dug Its bill into the heaving ground anti rOle with a mole for its prey Hosting n few mluutos It grace fully began again a further search for prey In a few minutes a second mole was unearthed His Way of Putting It Paul Louis Courier when bitterly as sailed by a French professor quietly remarked I fancy he must bo vexed Ho calls me Jacobin rebel plagiarist thief poisoner forger lepor madman Impostor calumniator libeler a horri ble filthy grimacing ragpicker I gath er what he wants to say He means that ho and I are not of the same opinion and this is his only way of putting it PROGRAM S S Convention Will Have Inter esting Day At Webster Breckenridge County Sunday School Convention to be held at Webster June 3 1908 930 Song- Scripture Reading The Par able of The Talents Matt l5 chapt 1430 verses Rev E W Graves 945 Words of Welcome Rev B F Wilson Response Joel H Pile 1000 Reading of the Minutes 1005 Why We Are Here Rev F H Farrington 1020 Reports and Suggestions of Departments Superintendents Elementary Mrs W J Piggot 1020 Intermediate Miss Ada B Henderson 1030 AdultIra Behen 1035 Visitation and Homo Department Joel II Pile 1040 Organization Mrs J It Wimp 1045 EducationProf H- It Warner Conference on these ReportsSong 1100 Report of District Secretaries 1125 Stop the Leak State Pres J B Weaver 1145 Offering Appointment of Committees Noon Recess 115 Devotional Rev E L Rogers 130 Organized Adult Bible Class Movement Ira Behen 145 What is That in Thine Hand Mrs W J Piggot 205 Secretarys and Treasur ers Report 215 Wide World Sunday School MovementT C Gab aner 235 Tho Superintendent R L Oelze 255 Report of Committees 305 Newly Elected Officers I InstalledSong 325 Joy of Loyal Loving Service Rev J Yo Hughes 845 I Am Resolved Song and Benediction T B Henderson Pres Ora B Hendrick Secy A specific for pairDr Thomas Electric Oil strongest cheapest linI- ment over devised A household remedy in America for 25 years An African Critic Under the heading Printed as Re ceived n South African journal publishes a report written by n native of ia concert given by the Fauresmlth na tive choir at the Wesleyan church Kof fyfonteln In his report the contrib utor says Among the choir Miss Nora Moncho was the best songster and her cheeks were like an apple her mouth was like a cellar her eyes were like an owls at night her hair was soft and curly her ears were like shamrock flowers but she looked like n crane and her name was Jane The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In this ountry most dangerous because so decep I Many sudden deaths are caused b- yItheart disease pneumonia heartt failure or apoplexy are the resultt of kidney disease i kidney trouble is al lowed to advance j blood attack vital organs or kidneys themselves break down and wastei away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from i lerangement of kidneys and a cure is ibtsined quickest by a proper treatment of he kidneys If you are feeling badly can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers great kidney liver and bladder remedy- It corrects Inability to hold urine and scald- Ing pain in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to- go often during the day and to get up many times during night The mild and extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar mayhavethis wonderful new discovery and a book that tlve often th- ekldneypolsoned will the the the you SwampRoot the the the the by tells all about It both1 nom of SwampRoot sent free by pall Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mistake but remember th name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y t on every bottlAI BLOCKADED Every Household In Cloverport Should Know How To Resist It The back aches because the kidneys are blockaded Help tbe kidneys with their work The back will ache no more Lots of proof that Doans Kidney Pills do this Mrs W L Yates 919 Hall St Owenshoro Kv says I found in Doans Kidney Pills positive relief from a constant backache and an irregular ity of the kidney secretions Previous to using Doans Kidney Pills I was de jected had no energy and was languid and felt tired all the time I was rest less and nervous at night did not sleep well and I was subject to frequent head aches also at times experiencing dizzy spells When I read about Doans Kidney Pills they seemed to be just what I wanted and I procured them They strengthened my kidneys removed the backache and I am quite free from kidney complaint at the present time For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co feuffaloNew York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other Profound Emotional Sense Hold out your hands to feel the lux ury of the sunbeams Press the soft blossoms against your check and finger their graces of form their delicate mu tability of shape their pliancy and freshness Expose your face to the aerial floods that sweep the heavens Inhale great drafts of space wonder wonder at the winds unwearied activity Pile note on note the Infinite mu sic that flows Increasingly to your soul from the tactual sonorities of a thou sand branches and tumbling waters How can the world be shriveled when this most profound emotional sense touch Is faithful to its service I am sure that if a fairy bade me choose between the sense of sight and that of touch I would not part with the warm endearing contact of human hands or the wealth of form the nobility and fullness that press into my palms Helen Keller in Century When the baby is cross and has yon worried and worn out you will find that a little Cascasweet time well known remedy for babies and children will quiet the little one in a short time The ingredients ore printed plainly on the bottle Contains no opiates Sold by all druggists I sir remarked the self Important statesman was never approached with a proposition of graft in my life That fact answered Senator Sor ghum may be a recognition of your honesty and then again it may be a re flection on your influence Washing ton Star Mr John Riba of Vining la says I have been selling DeWitts Kidney and madder Pills for about a year and they give better satisfaction than any pill I ever sold There are a dozen peo ple here who have used them and they give perfect satisfaction in every case I have used them myself with fine results Sold by all druggists Charitable Man to former blind beg gar What Have you recovered your sightDegsarWell you see its this way I recently lost my dog and as I can no longer be blind I have concluded to become a deaf muteLondon Tele graph IFor cuts sprains bruises burns rheu matic and all other pains use McLeans Vol canic Oil Liniment first sold In 1852 still time same effective remedy In 1908 Good for man or beast 25c iOc and SlCO Moscows Beggars Of the beggars so characteristic of Russias ancient capital a writer says The old city of Moscow could not easily be dissociated from the beggars who haunt its streets 130000I city belongs to them If time clt own the drains they own the streets They are part of the city they are in perfect harmony with It Take away the beggars and you destroy something vital Some are so od and weather battered that they make the Kremlin Itself look older and of those who lie at the monastery doors some are sc fearfully pitiable In their decrepitude that they lend power to tho churches His View of It A little boy hind been sent to the dairy to set some etgs and on his way back he dropped the basket con tabling them How many did you break asked his motherOh break any he replied but the shells came off some of them Keeping His Word Mrs Fogacty In fashionable restau rant Now for goodness sake Mike dont order Irish stew Mr Fogarty All right I wont dear Waltber fetch me ayther some Hibernian suey or Celtic goulash Puck She Didnt Understand Can you tell your present fiances ring inquired the romantic girl as the doorbell sounded Why certainly answered her prac tical friend Its the newest of th- elotSt Louis Republic Age glides steadthlly on and beguiles os as it flies Ovid W J PIGGOTT Pres JNO R WIMP VPres IL 1L KEMPER Cashier I Condensed Statement of The First State Bank I of Irvingtonf Ky s SigSS March 31 1908 RESOURCES Loans and dlscounts149 734 82 Overdrafts 4CO 11 Due from banks and bankers11 C04 45 Banking house and lot 4 000 00 Cash on hand 7 845 B8 Furniture and fixtures 1 OOQ 00 li3 545 08 462 00 Inrundivided 2 Due banks 3 52 73545011 II ICusterRESOURCESLoans 21Duo54Cash620025Furniture I A n tUTER Cashier n II- ml- v II BowMEn President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIOIITTOOT VicePresldent CUAS SKILLMAN AsstCasbler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited 4 N N N N N NN N The Bank of Hardinsburg- and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000- B F BKARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUl COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Eskridge G Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byFire orlBurglary N N NN NN + y THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr + LIADILITIESI onlI 1otn The Carlsbad of America French Lick and West Baden Springs Ind Now reached by direct line of Southern Railway Evansville 720am 2 pm II Rockport 7 2 pm 11 Canuelton 7 2 15 pm Tell City 7 2 pm Troy 735 232 French Lick 5 pm Arrive West BadenIO 555 pm Daily Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT DAYS Evansville to French Lick316R- ockport 2 CanneItonII 2 Tell CityII 2 Troy 2 P A Ind A P St Mo Weak women read Book No4 For Women It was written women who are well The Book No 4 tells of Dr Shoops Night Cure and just how these sooth ing healing antiseptic suppositories can be successfully applied The book and strictly confidential medical advice is entirely tree Write Dr Shoop Ra cine Wie The Night Cure is sold by all dealers A Valuable Man- esl hail sumo vitro trouble eyes said celebrated oculist Every time ho started to read he would road double Poor fellow remarked sympa thetic person I suppose that inter fered with his holding a good position Not at nil The gas company gob bled him up in n Jllty and gave him a lucrative job reading gas meters London Opinion A Living Skeleton is the condition any child that has worms if it lives Think of hav ing something your stomach that eats all you take as nourishment Nine tenths of babies have worms maybo yours has Be certain that it has by giving it Whites Yermfuge It expels all worms and is a tonic the baby Price 25 cents Sold A R Fisher J LIABILITIES Capital stock paid 000 UO Surplus and profits 925 04 623 90 Deposits 40 993 I t31 Undivided Deposits II Morris W S NN should Cream The most centrally located ard firstclass hotel In tbe city I1200 rate Only one block from the Bbopplngfilstrlct and two blocks trcmIIthe principal theatres 1 iIW the Leave 20 15 am 15 15 am 25 am 22 am pm Arrive 10 20 am 45 30 am Except 30 52 72 60 44 of To West Baden43 20 II 2 56 2 76 264 2 48 E D Stratton Evansville J C Beam Jr G A Louis my expressly for not ho with his the the final in the not for by L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 118 Dally Fast Train leaves Oloveroort 507 AM stops at Irvlnptcn and West Point StNo Clo verport 10 IA M stops at all way stationsarrives Louisville 1245 p m Train No 114 Dally fast mall leaves Clo verport 4 50 p m stops at all stations atLouIsvilleTrain No 148 Dally Cloverport accommo mINo 147 Dally Evansville coacmmodatlon leaves Oloverport 600 a m stops at all way stations arrives Evansville 900 am expressleavesatHawesvilleStanley Hcnderion and Evansvlllo arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dally ar rives Oloverport 740 p m Evansvlllo 1030 p in Stops at all stations NolU5dally St Louis fast tralnlenvesOlov- erport1106t P M arrives Evansvlllo 135 A 40 A M stops at Hawesville onlyChairbetweenLoulsvUlecars and free reclining chair cars on trains 115 and tie between Louisville Evansville and St LouisbFordsville Branch EASTBOUND fJ Train No 2 dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvllle500c oiv arrives Irvington 840 am Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves + Fordsvllla 3 20 pm arrives Irvington 520 r p fiTrain1 61WEST tfTrainIrvington 1100 a m arrives Fordsvllle 8r 5- P Train No Jeatfeslivlngtbn 850 p mt nrrlvls Fordsvllle IOf5 D m Try the Newa Want Column J a dy h 4 =a t If 4 f r u 15he Fighting Chance nt his watch by the light of the cloc trlc bulbs llnnklng the gateway under Which he stood There was not much time In which to make up his mind yet his fright was Increasing to a pitch which began to enrage him with that cowards tour age which It Is Impossible to reckon withFumbling with his latchkey but with sense enough left to make no noise he let himself In passed silently through the reception hall and up to the draw- Ing room floor where for n second he stood listening Then something of the perverted sportsman sent the blood quivering into hIs veins lIe had him He had run him down The game was at bay An Inrush of exhilaration steadied him He laid his hand on the banister and mounted gloves and hat brim crushed in the other hand When he entered the room he pretended to see only LYdia Hello little girl he said laughing arc you surprised to At that moment he caught sight of Quarrler and the start he gave was genuine enough Never had ho seen it mans visage such white concentrationj of anger Jlather Unexpected isnt it said Mortimer staring at Quarrier Is lff return QuatTler In a low voice 1 suppose so sneered Mortimer Did you expect to find me hero H fto Phi you jexpect to find me asked the other with emphasis unmis UkabTe What do you mean demanded Mortimer hoarsely What the devil flo expectrM ip fjnd ypu heref If I lad Id not have traveled down to your once to day to see you Id have come here for you Naturally people supposo that an engaged man Is likely to give up this sort of thing QuarrIer motionless white to the lips turned his eyes from one to the other So l oked at Lydia and his lips moved You asked me to come he saidNo you offered to I wished to talk to you over the wire buther lip curled an 1 she shrugged her shoul dersyou s emed to be afraid of something or other I couldnt talk to you in my own house with g nests In the room One moment Interposed Mortimer blandly As long as I traveled down town to see ou and find you here so unexpectedly I may as well take ad vantage of this opportunity to regu late a little matter You dont mini our talking lshop for a moment Lydia1 Thank you Its just a little business matter between Mr Quarrler and my self a matter concerning a few shares of stock witch I once held In one of his companies bought at par and turn hjed to ten and What is the fraction Quarrler 1 forget momentfull at Mortimer and under his silky beard an edge of teeth glimmered Did you wLh me to take back those hues at onr he asked Continued Next Week BOY SCRATCHED DAY AND NIGHT Eczema Began When a Tiny Baby and Lasted 7 YearsTore Crusts from Face Till It was All Raw I Screamed with Pain and Could not I SleepThough Specialists Failed CUTICURA EFFECTED- A WONDERFUL CURE When my little boy was six weeks Ald an eruption flooItor and got ointments and mediclnea but his face kept on getting worse until it got so bad that no one could look at him His whole face was one crust and must have been very painful He scratched day and night until his face sometimes looked like l a raw piece of meat II was nearly Insane hlsscrntchhlgdLTall lh best specialists in skin diseases but they could not do much for him He sometimes screamed with pain when I put on the salve they gave me When he was two years old the eciefna got on his arms and legs so that I had to keep them bandaged up and I made gloves for his hands so the nails could not poison him worse Wo could not got a nights sleep In months and my husband and I were all broken up Then m mother asked why I did not give u the doctors and Cuticura i So Ip set and ho felt relieved the firsttime I used them tho Cuticura Ointment felt BO cool Ho used to wake up and ask for Cuti cura to be put on when he itched so badly that no could not sleep and ho would say OhlI Mama that makes my sores feel so goodI I gave tho Cuticura Remedies a good trial and gradually the eczema healed all up and now he Is as well as any other children Ho Is now seven years old and the cure has lasted two months so I think it will never return I cant tell you how glad I am that Cuticura did such wonderful work In our case and I shall recommend It everywhere StlNewarkA single set of Cuticura Remedies consisting of Cuticura Soar 25c Ointment COoJ and llesol vent 0C or Pills 25c per vial of 601 Is often sumclent to cure Sold throughout the world Potter Dtus AChem Corp Sole Props Boston Mass atrMailed Free Cuticura nook on Skin Disease I tJ HOUSEWORK Thousands of American women sacrificingtheirdutyIn the home neat and pretty the children well dressed and tidy women overdo A female weakness or displacement is often brought on and they suffer in silence drifting along from bad to worse knowing well that they ought to have hop to overcome the pains and aches which daily make life burden It is to these faithful women that LYDIA EPINKHAMS VEGETABLE COMPOUNDc- omes as a boon and a blessing as it did to Mrs F Ellsworotbfayville N Y and to Mrs W P Boyd of Beaver Falls Pa who say I was not able to do my own work owing to the female trouble from which I suffered Lydia E Pinkhams Vege tableCompound helped me wonderfully and I am K well that I can do as big a dva work as I ever did I wish every iolc woman would try it FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills- andhaspositivelY cured thousands o t women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulceration fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear ingdown feeling flatulency indi es prostrationWhy Mrs Pinkhnm invites all sick women to write her for advice She has twirled thousands to health Address Lynn Mass First Postal System The first letter post In the modern I acceptation of the word seems to have been established In the Ilanse towns in the early part of the thirteenth century A line of letter posts connecting Austria with certain towns In Lom hardy followed in the reign of the Em peror Maximilian In 1481 when Ed ward IV was at war with Scotland a system of relays of horses was estab lished In the north in order to provide the king with the latest news from the seat of war The first regular poet route between England and Scotland was established by Charles I la 1635 MEXICO CITY POLICE Street Lanterns That Keep Them Vigi lant at Night When I visited Mexico said an artist I found Innumerable things of Interest but that which gained my notice particularly was the police sys tem In the City of Mexico the police at night are stationed at short inter pals apart In the street Each police man has a lantern which is placed on a stand in the center of the street It Is his duty to remain in easy striking distance of this lantern at all times so that he will be on hand In case of an emergencyAny who is able to reach the lamp and lift It from Its hook be fore the policeman interferes Is entitled to a reward of 8500 Any policeman who loses his lantern is subject to in stant and dishonorable dismissal This is to insure constant vigilance on their part and to require their presence ai a certain point at all times At first 1 regarded the thing as a joke and 1 tried to get possession of the police lantern But then I found that I was greatly mistaken Not once although I exercised extreme caution was 1 quick enough for the policeman on watch The City of Mexico Is one of the host policed communities In the world Policemen are always on hand when one requires them and it Is virtually impossible for desperadoes to operate in the openNew York Telegram A SUICIDES HAND The Queer Superstition That Used to Prevail In England- In former times it was a common no tion that if a sick person could only touch the hand of a suicide he or she would be cured This superstition was especially common In tho west of Eng land In Cornwall touching a suicides hand was said to have onco cured a young man who had been afflicted with many tumors from his birth A sim liar superstition regarding the touch of executed criminals has been widely prevalent and has often been recorded Robert Hunt In his Romances of the West of England says that he onto saw n young woman led on to the scaffold at Newgate In order to have a wen touched by the hand of a man who bad just been executed At Northampton of old the hangman Is said to have had a regular fee for according a similar privilege to suf ferers from like disorders Even the coffin ot a suicide may have curative value There Is a Devonshire belief tho effect that if any one toII from disease can manage to throw a white handkerchief on such a coffin at the time of its Interment the disease will vanish as the handkerchief decays Much superstitious value has also been attached to the knots of the rope used eIther by a suicide or in the execution of a criminal Tired nerves with thatIIno ambition feeling that is commonly felt in spring or early summer can be easily and quickly alterated by taking what is known to druggists everywhere aa Dr Shoops Restorative One will absolu tely 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 decidedly weaker Dr Shoops Restora tive is recognized everywhere as a gen uine tonic to these 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 Mammas Kits This pretty child story is from the FrenchA tells her little girl that be cause she has been naughty she will not kiss her for a week Before two days have gone by the childs lips hunger so for her mothers kiss that she begs her not to punish her any more The mother says No my dear I told you that I should not kiss you aid I must keep my word But mamma mamma says the little girl would It be breaking your word If you should kiss me just once tonight when Im asleep I When you think of Indigestion think of Kodol for it is without a doubt the only preparation that completely digests all classes of food And that is what you need when you have indiges tion or stomach trouble something 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 The Sewing Machine Till Idea of the sewing machine orlfi mated In England during time eighteenth century but as an Invention of practicalI utility It Is a product of the nineteenth century and of the United States of America In 1iii Charles F NYlespnthiil patented 11 needle In England having mi eye In tho center nod being pointed at both ends and Rob ert Alsop In 1770 patented In the same country a device for embroidering with two or more shuttles In 1700 Thomas Saint took out a patent for sewing cloth and leather but It was not until Ellas Howe 184G patented the first lock stitch arrangement that the history of the modern sewing ma chine can be said to have begunNew York American 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 and sleep possible In many cases the relies from pain which is at first tem oorary has become permanent while in old people subject to chronic rheuma tism often brought on by dampness or change in the weather a p3rmanent 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 C- oteat and W at f Fiji Kftst of Fiji life Is one long lotus eating dream stirred only by occa atonal parties of pleasure feasting love making dancing and a very little gardening work Music la the soul of the people beauty of face and move ment Is moro the rule than the excep tion and friendliness to strangers Is carried almost to excess Westward of the Fljls lie the dark wicked can nibal groups of the Solomon Banks and New Hebrides where life Is more like a Nightmare than a dream Murder stalks openly in broad daylight people are nearer to monkeys than hu man beings In aspect and music and dancing are little practiced and in the rudest possible state National Geo graphic 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 ultitudo 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 every form of bodily weakness nervous ness and insomnia Sold under guar antee by Severs Drug Co Price SOc Hla False Step- I suppose said the good meaning lady addressing the man behind tree bars that you are ablo to look back now and sincerely regret your first false step Surest thing you know lady I was gottln offu a street car and If Id knew what I know now Id of soaked the corapny fer big damages pre tendln I brokoray leg or something Chicago RecordHerald iL ROAD WORK PDINTERS How to Make and Maintain Model Earth Highways USE OF LOG DRAG ADVISED Beware of Water and Narrow Tires Says Federal Bureau of Public Roads Bent Implements to Use How and When to Plow While American road builders are as capable of constructing good roads as those of any country of the old world they have not been as loyally sup ported as the men of those countries in maintaining the highways after com pletlon and the deplorable state of many hundred thousand miles of road Ii thus accounted for says a bulletin from the United States office of public roads County and township officials may at the outset stand the expense of having a road built but they strenu ously object when asked to provide funds to rebuild the road that has been allowed to go to ruin It is important that farmers learn of the benefits to be derived from good ROAD GRADER AT WORK earth roads that county boards be im pressed with the need of a proper maintenance of the same and that road builders and overseers learn how best to care for the roads In their charge The persistent and powerful enemies of earth roads are water and narrow tires and the constant effort of the men In charge of the roads should be to guard against their destructive ef fects and remedy all damage as quickly as possible i he simple Implements which have been found to be of great est assistance In this work are the plow the drag scraper the wheel scrap er the road grader and the split log drag With a sandy soil and n subsoil of clay or clay and gravel deep plowing so as to raise and mix the clay with the surface soil and sand will prove beneficial The combination forums a sandclay road at a trilling expense On the other hand If the road be entirely of sand a mistake will be made if It Is plowed unless clay can be added Such plowing would merely deep en the sand and at the same time break up the small amount of hard surface material which may have formed If the subsoil Is clay and the surface scant In sand or gravel plowing should not be resorted to as It would result In a clay surface rather than one of sand or gravel A road foreman must know not only what to plow and what not to plow but how and when to plow If the road is of the kind which accord Ing to the above instructions should be plowed over Its whole width the best method Is to run the first furrow In the middle of the road and work out to the sides thus forming a crown Results from such plowing are greatest in the spring or early summer In ditches a plow can be used to good advantage but should be followed by a scraper or grader To make wide deep ditches nothing better than the ordi nary drag scraper has yet been de vised For hauls under a hundred feet or in making fills It Is especially serviceable It Is a mistake however to attempt to handle long haul mate rial with this scraper as the wheel scraper Is better adapted to such work For hauls of more than 800 feet a wagon should be used The machine most generally used In road work is the grader or road ma chine This machine Is especially use ful in smoothing and crowning the road and in opening ditches A clay subsoil under a thin coating of soli should not be disturbed with a grader It Is also a mistake to use a grader indiscriminately and to pull material from ditches upon a sandclay road Not Infrequently turf soil and silt from ditch bottoms are plied in the middle of the road in a ridge making mud holes a certainty It Is Important In using a grader to avoid building up the road too much at one time A road gradually built up by frequent use of the grader will last better than if com pleted at one operation The foreman frequently thinks his road must be high in the first in stance He piles up material from ten Inches to a foot In depth only to learn with the arrival of the first rain that he has furnished the material for as many inches of mud All material should be brought up In thin layers each layer well puddled and firmly packed by roller or traffic before the next Is added A common mistake Is to crown too high with the road ma chine on a narrow road The split log drag should be used to fill in ruts and smooth the road when not too badly washed The drag possesses great merit and is so simple In construction and operation that every farmer should have one Caro of Culverts and Bridges All kinds of roads have culverts bridges and ditches and these should always be attended to Paint all Iron nnd woodwork Keep all culverts and ditches open Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business i If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprietiesI write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together enablingbuyersJno D Babbage I venueWelllocatea Si 750 155 acres on Hardlnsburg and milestrombeechtimbertlmberBeechbehauledLimestoneland yearroundeasy payments druggistandsurroundedbythe place for some young physician to step huslness1AnretireIsparticularsport Ky C3 950 352 acres on Hardlnsburg and mUestromonestorydwellingsblacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 223 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water the year round Onethird cash and good easy terms on balance Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business 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 Cheapest In Price of- SubsGrlption a lie eyes In are you into I PARM FOR mllo offof Oloverportand landtwogodryanonIISahliepaymentsSHOO 1a 6 miles onOloverportprovements barn 28x38 feet other out 12 In acresInstate of good cultivation Two GoodlimestoneWell for cash on 72 acre farm 4K miles from Bowling smaUdwellingshouse and corn crib good sulphurspring7 acres In 20000 sndCfarmtoruncutumberThlaIsfarm fSOfl fromhuhlandIndwetIlugpondsThisacres In white sugar tree beech good fruit Good to Stephensport SK miles good road to Holt IK miles This farm Is not thetarm Middle Ridge Poultry Yards Single Comb White J Leghorns to Eggs per 00 per 50 MRS J H PAYNE TOBINSORT 131 Box 20 Complete and Accurate In News Kentuckys Fearless Newspaper The greatest Presidential campaign this generation will soon in full swing Just there is a most interesting fight the nominations Are you in touch with the trend events in parties Are you acquainted the qualifications of the various candidates newspaper in Kentucky is better fitted to publish complete reports during the Presidential campaign reputation fairness is supreme You must a daily newspaper Our clubbing arrangement is very attractive The Breckenridge NewsA- ND The Louisville Herald Both One Year for 300 The Wrong Tense Dorotheas father was sitting before window In his country house with Dorothea on his knees was looking across the with unseeing the broke on hits reverie with What looking at papaI looking the future my dearThe future papal thought it was into the pasturel Harpers Weekly 750 SALE14 acres from Cloverport 6room dwelling and buildings acres orchard balance In wheat located market Onethirdbalance easy terms 850 Clo One cistern and woods orchard Raised small timber oak and balance cleared Plenty of road and worn Bred Lay Strain 100 15- S2 300 per 100 IND Phone Most I of be now on for of both with No Its for have Holds when lassie Whooping Cough In February our daughter had the whooping cough Mr Lane of Hart land recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy and said it gave his customers tho best of satisfaction We found it as he raid and can recommend it to any one having children troubled with whooping cough says Mrs A Goss of Durand Mich For sale by Severs Drug Co p ric IIi r J MNVf1r t tISI LooI r + y a r ax+ IrvK- Mt 17 z v rh t I 1 IRVINGTON Miss Frankie Richardson of Macon Georgia arrived on May 12 to visit her grand parents Mr and Mrs D W Henry for sevoral weeks Mr and Mrs A B Coleman span several days last week at Sonora Ky attending the District Conference Misses Nell Smith and Ruth Millo left Wednesday night for Hardinsburg for a ten days visit to Mrs Gus Shol man The ice cream supper which was to have been given on last Friday even ing by the ladies of the Methodist church has been post poned until this coming Friday evening May 22 in the K of P Hall Mr Tom Adkisson has hid his barbershop painted on the inside and it is a great improvement and adds very must to the beautifying our little city Master Lewis Bennett Moremen is spending this week in Brandenburg the guest of his grand parents Mr and Mrs A Moreman Wool Day Wednesday May 20 Dont forget the date Rev and Mrs F H Farrington have returned from the Baptist Convention at Hot Springs Arkansas where they wont on their bridal tour and are the guests of Mr and Mrs T N Mc Glothlan this week Miss Essie Biggs after a three days visit at Stephensport with her brother and sister Mr and Mrs Kirby Blaine returned home Sunday Mrs T R Blythe and two children Nora and Ross left Friday for Clover port for a two weeks visit to Mrs Adelia Blythe Mrs G L Brady and daughter Miss Jessie Brady were visitors in Louisville last Thursday Mr Dale Smith of Medford Okla homa arrived last week for a brief visit to his sister Mrs Newsom GardnerMrs PParks returned Friday from Brandenburg where she was the guest of relatives Jim Bandy of Iowa is here on a visit to his cousins Mr and Mrs Dick Bandy for some time Rev B F Wilson attended the Eli sabethtown District Conference which met at Sonora Ky last week Miss Emily Munford after spending the past month traveling in the west returned home Saturday- Mr and Mrs Perry Weaver spent several days in Louisville last week on a business trip Mr and Mrs Scott Brown and child ren left Saturday for a short visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Bowman We are glad to note that the great Southern Baptist Convention will meet in Louisville in 1909 Mrs Arthur Goodman and three children of Fordsville have returned home after being the guests of her sister Mrs Matt Payne Mrs C L Chamberlain left Thurs day for Tip Top Ky to be at the bed side of her father Mr Brandenburg who Js very ill- Messrs Dwight Randell and friend Paul Unckols of Louisville were the guests pf Mr Alford Herndon Saturday Mr anl Mrs La Rue Cox anddaugh ter Katherine who have been living in Louisville for the past nine months arrived Wednesday and are now the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs J Cox Mr Joseph Adkiston of Owonsboro was a visitor of Mr and Mrs G E Lyddan last week for a few days Mr and Mrs Newsom Gardner lefl Monday for Lexington where they expect to reside for several months Messrs Hillard Biggs and Roland Smith spent Saturday in Louisville Mrs Charlie Stith of Ekron Ih visiting Mr and Mrs John Livers at Basin Springs this week Dr and Mrs P E Dempster of Glendeane spent Saturday and Sunday here with Mrs Dempsters parents Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons Mr and Mrs Matt Payne and Mr and Mrs Arthur Goodman of Fordsville visited friends at Webster Sunday There will be a strawberry and ice cream supper given by the ladies Aid of the M E Church South next Fri day evening 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 Handsome Peonies White peonies pink peonies and red peonies in the yards of Mrs Robert Pierce Mrs James Harris Mrs Chas Bohler and at the Fisher homestead are being admired by everybody who sees them Insist upon DeWitts Witch Hazel salve There are substitutes hut there is only one original It is healing soothing and cooling and is especially good for piles Sold by all druggists The Publishers ClaimsSustainedUNITED Tho Publishers of Websters International Dictionary nilego that it Is In facttho popu lar Unabridged thoroughly WMxlltedlnovery detail and vastly enriched In overy part with tho purpose of adapting It to meet tho larger and severer requirements of another generation Wo are of tho opinion that this allegation most clearly and accurately describes tho work that bas been accomplished and tho result thllt hns been reached Tho Dictionary as it now stands has been thoroughly re edited In every detail has been corrected in every part and is admirably adapted to meet tho larger and severer requirements or a generation which demands more of popular philological knowledTO tian any generation that the World hasevcr contained It 119 perhaps needless to add that wo refer to the dictionary in our judicial work as of tho highest authority in accuracy of dctlnl tontan4itbnt in tho future 09 In the past It wlU UO tho source of constant reference CHARLES r Not Chltf Jwuoa- LAWRECFWELDON JOHN DAVIS BTANTON J PrrrLr mulcts u llOWU1od 4 The above refers to TTEDSTERS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE tho highest award was given to the Interna tional at tho Worlds Fair St Louis GET THE LATEST AND BEST I You will be interested in our specimen pages sent fre- eGCMERRIAM CO PUBLISHERS t SPRINGFIELD MASS Gloves Long Silk Gloves the celebrated Kayser make double tipped fingers Every pair guaranteed Shirt Waist Fronts 250CromYou shonld see them They are beauties i I We always cartya complete line of 15fIOmttIn this stock you will find Clothes to suit everyone Do nqt fail to see them before you b- uyPhonographs Wo are also agents for the Edison Phonograph and Records and carry a full line in stock Come in and hear them TOBACCO POISON If You Must Smoke Puff Your Cigar or Pipe Leisurely That it is much more injurious to smoke quickly than slowly is the conclusion arrived at by two Austrian scientists after careful study and ex pertinent The two professors Dr Llebermnnt and Dr Dnvklovlcs tested pieces or cotton which had been placed in the mouthpieces of pipes and cigar holder nnd found them covered with yellowish brown flecks These were found to be of a tarry nature produced dur ing the process of combustion and highly poisonous It was found also that two cigars ol the same brand and strength often produced differing degrees of discolora tion of the cotton Further investiga tion showed that these differences were due to the length of time occupied ir smoking The same weight of tobacco smoked in five minutes produced near ly three times as many yellowish brown spots as if it were smoked in fifteen minutes The professors therefore concluded that a rapid smoker inhales a much larger quantity of poisonous substance to the consequent injury of his health than does his more phlegmatic colleague Pall Mall Gazette Horses and Music Horses are particularly sensitive to music Guenoe who carefully studied the matter quotes tho following curI- ous fact In 1892 the Fiftyeighth reg- Iment of Infantry was making a mili tary test march when the music struck up The young horso of Captain De R hastened forward and plated Itself In spite of its rider behind tbe last rank of the musicians Then it followed peacefully giving obvious signs of pleasureWhen tho music ceased the captain was able to resume his place at the bead of hIs company but the band struck up again and tbe horse not withstanding the efforts of Captain De R galloped ahead and once more placed itself behind the musicians This happened every time the band playedLions have been found to listen with marked joy to the piano They appre ciate the top notes and the medium but roar terribly when the bass keys sro struck loudly Paris Revue Her Sweet Revenge Difficult subjects require careful handling and for this reason a room clerk at a womans hotel must have special qualifications One of the many ippllcants to approach a clerk of this lass was a young prepossessing woman who a few days ago walked to tho desk and hesitatingly asked if a room could bo had at a moderate price Would you like a room at a dollar and ni halt a day With a startled look she repliedcor want ono at 3 a week We have rooms at that price but none vacant You can see that the office is pull of guests and it is not probable hat we shall have such a room as you desire until one of our guests diesor jets married Sweeping the ofllco with her eyes the young woman replied sweetly Oh then it Is hop- elessNew York Tribune Changed Accompaniment One can hardly be expected to have music In his soul when there Is dls ord in his stomach HusbandWhat was that you were laying my dear WifeDid you like ItIt was lovely tho melody divine the harmony exquisite It Is the very thing I played last evening and you said it was horrid Well the steak was burned las- trentnrStrtr Stnriee HOUSEWIVES OF THE UNITED STATES JI Send Grateful Tributes to Dr Hartman For Benefits Received From Peruna A MRS D O NOLAN No More Throat Trouble Mrs D C Nolan Gem Ras writes I have no more throat trouble thanks to Peruna It is tho only medicine I caro to have I always feel safe when I have it in tho house HI have used Peruna for nine years and I ought to know about it Peruna has helped mo a great many times and I shall praise it to every one of my friends Ever since Peruna was in troduced to the public thirty years ago the housewife has been an over faithful friend to Peruna 1 She it is that has soon tho practical benefits of the use of Pernna in the familyWhen the baby has snuffles or cold she gives a few doses of Peruna Instead of fill ing the system with the doctors drugs When the school children have coughs or colds she again resorts to Poruna When any member of the family is afflicted with catarrh either in Its acute form or chronic Poruna is resorted to In a large number of minor ailments she finds Poruna a neverfailing remedy All this has won the confidence of the housewife in Poruna which cannot bo easily shaken by the statements of people who know nothing of Pernna having never had any personal experi ence in its use GUSTON NEWS Mrs Roy Anderson after spending the winter with her parents Mr and Mrs Chas Anderson returned to her home in Chattanooga Tenn Mrs Mollie Pike of Sand Hill and Mrs Nell Pike of Irvngton spent Wednesday with Mrs Tom Durbin Mrs Carrie Loup returned to her home in Cardon Ind after spending ths winter with her daughter Mrs A A Baxter Mrs John Durbin and daughter menMisses DRESS GOODS- We are now showing most line of goods ever brought to Irvington prices thatI willsurprise Ladies Dress Goods in woolen and wash fabrics most line prices that you will not duplicate Black Voile 125 quality 1 Chiffon Pan wast125 quality Black Blue and Gray Mohair qualat BlPanama 1 quality at 65c Ladies Hose lOc 25c Ladies Silk Hose 225 quality at Ladies Silk Hose 150 quality Pcruna Tablets Some people prefer to take tablets than to take medicine in a fluid form Such people can obtain Poruna tablets which represent the medicinal of Peruna Each tablet is equiva lent to one average dose of Foruna Mrs T J Bollard Pryor Creek Indian Territory writesHI keep free from my old stomach trouble fool no catarrhal symptoms at all I am able to do my work eat and drink what I wantand amre joiced to know that I found a sure cure in your valuable medicines MRS AUGUSTA IAULINE OCRS Vli Systemic Catarrh a fjFwrites I took Poruna over three years 1 suffered from sys rmtomic catarrh and had In my right side so I could hardly do my housework I am 66 years old and am now doing all my housework I am in tho best of health and cannot thank DrHartman enough for his advice and medicine spent Wednesday with Mrs Tom Durbin Clair and Monroe Osborn are spending the week with Miss Mary Durbin Mrs Henry rUynes returned home I Sunday after spending a week with her parents near Sirocco Raymond Durbin has moved his f m ily in part of aunt Lucinda Stiths house Mrs G T Marshall Mrs Charles Marshall and little daughter Ruth spent one day last week in Guston Friday was a busy day with the tie Mary Durbin Lucille Richard the at you a at at 100 at 100 75c 50c 15c and 50c 100 at 125 rather Ingredients tt pains Mary Dyspepsia and Constlpatlonf Mrs John M Stabler Mlllorsbnrj Ind writes I havo boon cured of JO very bad case of catarrh of tho Btomacif and constipation and a complication oft4j ailments that I havo had for years ell doctored with three Ij did mo not much good so I quit ing I bought a bottle of commenced taking it I found getting some better but thought I was o not doing as well as I might 86 I jt wrote to Dr Hartman to see what ho thought about me Ho gave me special directions and medical advice To our astonishment Iimproved am today a well woman and weigh much as I over did in my life anJMy old friends in Ohio where moved from about fifteen months ago say when they seo me How well you look I did not expect to see you ever look so well again I toll them Iwould not look so well if it had not boon for Poruna uPeruna saved my life I recommend Poruna wherever I am anti when anyII of our folks are sick I give them Peruna with success If I thank Dr Hartman and may he live many years more to go on with thi 1 good work Tonguo cannot express tho gratitude that my husband children and I owe to Dr Hartman for this f oingI want the public to know whstii Peruna and Dr Hartman have done for moAn astonisbingnnmberoffamiliesnee Feruna continuously for the potty ailments to which the ar1otUIII liableson Springgate Clara Osbonv Erman Durbin Henry Durbin and Bud die Brown bad a fishing party last i Tuesday night Mrs Thurman Dowell spent Friday t with Mrs Will Tobin s lFLOATING PALACE GLADDENS CLOVERPORT Last night Eisenbarth Hendersons I Floating Palace presented a splendid 1 vaudeville to a large audience Thett music was fine and the entire show was high class ED F ALEXANDER IRVINGTON KY Clothing FAITHFUL complete complete Blackand HOSE severalI Corsets American Beauty Corsets 100 50c 25c Belts Ladies Belts lOc to 50c lOc Counter You should see our 10 cent counter for bar gains on Friday May 8 We will sell ton dozen galvanized two gallon buckets worthc20c each at i ONLY OJJETO A CUST- OMERGorIes i1 We also carry a full line of Groceries x Five pounds SodaA lOc Three cans Tomatoes 25c Four cans Corn jtJHIfiifflE ilk v 25cHP rBacon nc Lard Hog Lard lie Coffee per pound 15c 20c 25c All other things at correspondingly low prices ED F ALEXANDER IRVINGTON KY