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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS r ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT a VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY nAY 27 1908 8 Pages NO 46 FOULOWS BROTHER IN DEATH Jacob Peck Severs Died Monday MorningS cond Death In Severs Family Since t larch FUNERAL HELD YESTERDAY 4 After a lengthy illness Mr James Peck Severs died of complication of diseases at his home near Union Star Monday morning He passed away at 7 oclock surrounded by the members of his family His brother Mr D H Severs of this city was also as his bedside having been called there Saturday Before his ill health Mr Severs was an active citizen of Breckenridge county and took much interest in Union Star and the surrounding com munityA and six children survive the deceasedThe was held yesterday and the remains were interred in the Union Star cemetery Bridge Party For Mrs Pierce In honor of their sister Mrs F H Pierce of Las Vagas N M Mrs Donald Tyler Mrs Weir Griffith and Miss Mary Jewell Watkins will enter tain at Bridge Tuesday afternoon Owensboro Inquirer NEWSY ITEMS FROM IRVINGTON Farmers Get Low Price For Wool 7000 Pounds Pooled Wed nesday LADIES AID MAKE 29 Miss B Ada Drury of Louisville came down Saturday and spent Sunday the guest of her sister Mrs R B Mc GlothlauMisses Eva and Mabel McGlothlan and friend Miss Annie Lee Bandy after several days spent in Louisville shop ping last week have returned borne The Busy Bee F M S of the Meth odist church met with Mrs Piggott on Sunday afternoon The young people are meeting fortnightly and are reading the account of Alexander Mackays Mission in Vaganda Dont forget the dates of the County Sunday School Conventions held ac Gus ton June 2 and at Webster June 3 Mrs Ed McAfee and Miss Gedry Bramlett were visitors of Mrs McAfees mother Mrs Mullen at Cloverport Sat urday and Sunday The W F M S met at the Methodist church on last Thursday The mission field studied was China The study for next month will be Korea Mrs Addie Brown who has been ill with LaGrippe is convalescent The Ladles Aid was very successful with its strawberry and ice cream sale on last Friday night The treasurer deposited 2018 to the credit of the paidlbanksaredue kindly patronage and to Mr Tom Blythe and other gentlemen for valuable ser vices rendered Mr Walker Brown returned to his work last week after being at the bed side of wife for several days Thurman Dowell bought a carload of I sheep from around this neighborhood last Monday and had them shipped to Louts iV ville tl Miss Nellie Smith returned last Wed pnesday from Hardinsburg where she has been the guest of Mrs Jeff Hook for a I week j Miss Addle Yelmington of Scoby Miss left Monday for her home after I being the guest of Miss Willa Drury Regular services at the Baptist church last Sunday 11 a m and 730 p m conducted by the pastor Morning sub ject Christ nnd His Messengers Eve ning subject Back Biters and Family Again Irvington witnessed a big day on last Wednesday known as wool da 7 A hive of wagons was drawn up from the top of the hill clear down to Ash craft Ashcraft by six oclockwaiting their turn to come About 7000 pounds were pooled here that day bringing 18c per pound the lowest that the farmers have ever gotten Mr Davis of Louis yule was here and bought the wool and nd it shipped to Louisville 3A tr Mrs F II Farrington spent several days in Brandenburg this week the guest of her father Mr Temple Simmons Mrs C L Chamberlain has returned from Tip Top Ky where she was called on account of the illness and death of her father Mr Brandenburg Mrs Walker Brown has had a severe attack of tonstlitis but is better Mr and Mrs Clarence P nick and children of Louisville were the guests of Mrs Penicks parents Mr and Mrs R S Bandy last week Mr W B Gardner sold all of his household goods at a public sale on last Saturday afternoon Mr Dave Henry had charge 01 the auction Mrs Nannie Wathen returned last I week from a months sojourn in the West Mr Weaver of Louisville came down last Saturday to see his son Mr Perry Weaver who is ill Miss Richardson of near Ekron came down Saturday for an indefinite visit to her grandparents Mr and Mrs Dave Henry NEXT WEDNESDAY County Sunday School Conven tion Meets At WebsterGreat Day Expected The people of Webster are making extensive preparations for entertaining the County Sunday School Convention which meets there next Wednesday- It will be a great day for Christian workers and Pres Henderson is anxious that every superintendent and a delegate irom every school in the county will attend Miss Ora Hendricks the secretary and Pres Henderson assure all visitors a welcome and an interesting meeting at Webster STOCKHOLDERS MUST PAY 200000 Stockholders in Defunct Owens boro Savings Bank Called on For Large Amounts FULL LIST OF STOCKHOLDERS It is well known that the stockholders of the defunct Owensboro Savings Bank Trust Co will be called upon for 200000 In a few days the United States marshal will begin serving no tice upon the stockholders of the insti tution calling upon them to turn over to Receiver Pedley their pro rata of the assessment made against them STOCKHOLDERS OF BANK The stockholders of the Owensboro Savings Bank Trust Co will be called upon to pay to Receiver Pedley the following amounts James H Parrish 13400 E Rice 25000 Mrs M L Felix 15000 J Otis Parrish 15000 George W S Parrish 13400 W E Parrish 10 000 I N Parrish 10000 W S Wil son 10000 A L Parrish 1900 Mrs P A Millers estate 2500 W H Owen 2000 Preston Blake 2000 L F Little 1100 W D Nowlin 2 000 J N Alsop 9000 Harold Van Trump 1000 Mrs Virginia Calhoon 500 Mrs Virgie L Williams 500 R L Courtney 1000 James E Keeley 1000 S R Ewing 1000 Mrs Em ma Hale 1000 R A Miller 1000 Allan Reid 5000 Robert Reid 2000 Mrs M L Roberts 1000 H N Rob ertson 1000 L D Smith 1000 R S Todd 1000 J S Field 1000 W E Whitely 1000 J J Taylor 1 000 C C Calhoon 1000 John Hub bard 1000 H T Welsh 8ooj Mrs H T Welsh 100 Clarence Welsh 100 Emmett Welsh 100 Wilfred Welsh 100 C W Wells 500 E E Owsley 500 W F Axton 400 T A Pedley 400 F H Quigg 400 J W Quigg 400 B F Jenkins 30C Mrs G M Buttorff 200 Mrs Elizabeth Parrish 100 Mrs Jessie M Parrish 100 M M Parrish 100 Mrs A L Parrish 100 Miss Sue Parrish 100 Mrs M M Lumpkin 100 W E Parrish Jr 100 Mrs Ella Parrish 100 H K Cole 200 Parrish Bros 7800 William Calhoun 1000 H S Parrish 60- 0Shipping Brick At Miller Plant D S Miller manager of the Miller Brick Plant has been superintending the shipping of several orders of brick to Webster Glendeane and Louisv ille during the last few weeks H APARTMENT HOUSE IN ASHES Burned Sunday Morning Sam Furrow And Wm Embry Losers INSURANCE ON HOUSE Sunday morning about 11 oclock the the house on Second street occupied by the families of Mr Sam Furrow and Mr Wm Embry was totally destroyed The origin of the fire ii unknown but it is thought to have been caused by a de fective flue Mrs Furrow was the first to discover the fire She was in the kitchen when she saw the first flames which were bursting forth on the side walls She called her husband and they immediately alarmed the neighbors A large crowd of people from the Sunday Schools the shops and Main streets came to the scene at once but as usual they were helpless as they always are n a case of fire in Cloverport Some of the furniture was saved for both families but it was very little Mr Furrow was probably the heaviest loser He lost several dollars in cash and his wifes new sewing machine on which ouly a few payments had ben made was burued too This is the third time that Mr Embry has been visited by fire The house was one if the oldest res idences in town It belonged to Mr F N DHuy of Evanston Ill It was insured for 800 A bucket brigade was formed and protected the city jail aud the homes o Mr Burn Tout Tousey aid Joe Fitch HOME WEDDING IN JUNE Miss Ruth Copeland Haynes and Mr Samuel Prince Davis to be Married Junt 30 AN EXTENSIVE BRIDAL TOUR Mr and Mrs Eugene Taylor Haynes announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Ruth Copeland Haynes to Mr Samuel Prince Davis of Port land Me The marriage will be solem nized at the home of the brides parents Tuesday June 30 the Rev James T Lewis officiating Mr Davis has planned a beautiful bridal trip which will include several places of interest in the East and also a visit to Canada after which they will be the guests of Mr Davis relatives for a short while Mr Davis and his bride will make their home in Louisville Henry Mines And Ed Leigh In Newspaper Work Edward O Leigh formerly of Ow ensboro formerly private secretary to Gov Beckham has accepted editorial management of the Bowling Green Messenger a semiweekly paper started by Judge Henry Hines and Charles Cooms Mr Leigh will have entire control of the editorial and news department of the and will hold in itOwensboro Enquirer BUSY DAYS IN- POLICE COURT Two Negro Boys Plead Guilty When Brought Before Jjidge Wills Friday Afternoon IIOLMES fiNED 32 Buddie Barnes and Ben Jolly both secured two 10 jobs for disturbing the peace of the West End Thursday night The negro boys rocked the servants house at the St George Hotel where Randolph Kelley was staying and tried to make things hot for Kelly that night for some trivial reason The two fellows were arrested by Marshal DeHaven and pleaded guilty in the Police Court Fri day Judge Wills fined each one 10 and cost They could not pay their I fines and are compelled to work them outWhiskey was the cause of David Holmes trouble which occured in this city last week Three charges were held against him for disturbing peace for carrying deadly weapon and for firing same within the city limits His fines amounted to 32 which was paid by Mr Clark Holmes is a young man of Hancock county and his friends re gret his misfortune Mr Miller Hurt Hites Run May 2LSpecial Wednesday Mr Ben Miller met with a bad accident which resulted in break ing his leg He was dragging logs Mr Miller was just recently married and lives at Mr Joseph Elders place M E Parsonage Cloverport Ky I new paper stock KANSAS BELLE Former Breckenridge Boy star ries A Popular Young Girl Of Leavensworth The many friends of Sargent Daniel Grant of Company K 19 Inf will be surprised to learn of his marriage to Miss Mary S Miller a charming young societywoman of Leavensworth Kansas Sargent and Mrs Grant are now making their home at Fort Mackenzie Wyo where his company is stationed He is the son of Mr and Mrs C C Grant of Lodiburg and has a wide circle of friends in Breckenridge county Mr Phumprey Hurt Abe Pumphrey while working at the Henderson Route shops Monday after noon got his left foot hurt A car wheel fell on it and mashed it painfully He was brought to the operating rooms of Dr Simons where immediate attention was given to the injury Lightning Strikes Barn Saturday morning lightning struck the barn of Will Us Green on his farm at Falls of Rough Twentyfour mules were in the building and only two were killed The barn was afire but the flames were extinguished by several men 1I Dr Earl Moormanof Yost kyv is visiting his mother Mrs Ethel Moor man at Harned J 0 = LEXINGTON GETS STATE CONVENTION Bryan Indorsed And Kentucky Pledge To Him After A Dis cussion of The Advisibility of Taking Such Action JUNE II MEETING DATE Frankfort Ky May 19Lexington- was chosen as the place and June 11 fixed as the date for the holding of the Democratic State convention by the Democratic State Executive Commit teeThis action was taken at an executive session which lasted only two minutes The vote stood six for Louisville and six for Lexington Chairman McQuown broke the tie voting for Lexington The committee adopted a resolution indorsing Bryan for President and pledging Kentucky to him The reso lution was offered by Committeeman Rouse and seconded by Col Haldeman It was adopted after some discussion as to the advisability of taking any action at this time The committee adjourned at 130 oilockLouisville Time- sCorrespondents Notice This week we are sending out stationery and stamped envelopes to corres pondents and we trust that each one of you will send us a newsy letter for next weeks paper Please get your letter hereby Friday or Saturday We want to fill the paper full of county news next week Assistant Editor Engaged To Sing A committee came from Tobinsport last week to engage Misses Eva and Eliza May Ira Behen and Lawrence Murray to sing several selections for the Farmers Institute of Perry County The Institute will have an annual meeting at Tell City in September CONVENTIONNEXT SUNDAY Sunday Schools Will Hold An nual Meeting in the Metho dist Church PROGRAM AS FOLLOWS The DistrictSunday School convention will hold an annual meeting at the Meth odist church Sunday afternoon The sessioh will open at 230 aud all persons interested in Sunday School work are requested to be present The program for the occasion is as follows SongPrayer PrayerPastors Relation to Sunday School Rev J T Lewis Duties of ParentsJno Burn SongThe SuperintendentV G Babbage The Sunday School a Feeder of the ChurchRev B M Currie SongHow to Make the Sunday School At tractiveR O Willis Qualifications of TeachersIra Behen and other teachers Reports of Sunday Schools Election of Officers SongBenediction HOMECOMING Tell City Making Great Prepa rations to Entertain Old Home Folks Invitations are being sent broadcast to former citizens of Tell City to attend the celebration of a homecoming of its natives which will be held at that place in the latter part of Juno This will be the greatest event in the history of Tell City and hundreds of guests are expected S U K Commencement The fortieth annual commencement KentuckymillInvitations have been received in this city from two graduates Clayton Jeffer son Rice and Arthur Wallace Babbago J CHURCH WEDDING AT RAYMOND Miss Ora Lee Norton And Mr Owen M Parks Will Marry June The Second POPULAR YOUNG PEOPLE Mr and Mrs H H Norton of Ray mond Ky announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Ora Lee Norton to Mr Owen M Parks The marriage will be solemnized in the RayII mond Baptist church at 780 oclock i Tuesday evening June the second I Miss Norton is a lovely young woman who has many admirers and Mr Parks is a wellknown and popular man of Breckenridge county Their wedding will be of much inter est to their wide circle of friends and many relatives HARDINSBURG ITEMS VERY INTERESTING 1 t Masonic Picnic First August Day Four Divorces Granted Turn Pike Co Fined S200 NOTES ABOUT PEOPLE Hardinsburg May 26Special The Masonic picnic date has been set for Saturday August 1 This annual event promises to be greaterII = this year than ever before Further p announcement will soon be made and a dazzling list of attractions will be offer edrV G Babbage of Cloverport was in town Monday on legal business Mr l Babbage iis getting to be the champion j divorce lawyer of the county At this term of the court he was successful in dissolving the bonds of matrimony be tween the following parties James Blair from Mattie Blair Nora Pool from Henry Pool Peyton Eskridge from Hnttie Eskridge Pearl Muffctt from Joseph Mutfett t Ernest Haswell will arrive at home Friday from Cincinnati where he has spent the year in an art school Miss Francis Smith n teacher in the E Eliznbcthtown Graded Schoolis at home for the summer Miss Smith has ben reelected to her position for next year Judge W K Barnes was able to beWout driving Sunday afternoon Tom Moore and Miss Louise Moor man spent Suuday in Glendeane Hurdinsburg will soon be treated to the luxury of concrete side walks in a part of the town Drs A M and J E Kincheloe Paul Compton and John P Haswell Sr will be the first to put down the concrete walks It is hoped others will follow Miss May Watlington has completed her school at Lookout and is now at homeA force of hands are tearing away Old Fort the old brick residence oaii Main street opposite Morris Beards Mr i Reeves will erect a handsome residence near the site of the old building which is now being demolished- Of the fortynine applicants at the recent teachers examination three secured first class ten made second and eleven received third class certificates- Mr Driskell began school Monday to teach until the June examination Marriage licenses were issued last week to Id A Beavin and Jessie C Ryan H J May Jr and Lydia J GrahamMrs Clarence Hodge of Johnson CityTennessee is here for a few weeks visit to her parents Judge and Mrs Milton Board- Vandymurkle Powell was given a ten year sentence for the murder of Robert Miller An appeal has been granted to the supreme Court of the State The case of Russell Hutchinson vs Pete Sheeran Bros Co has been continued- In the action of the Commonwealth vs the Hardinsburg Cloverport Turnpike Co the jury returned a ver dict declaring the road unfit to travel for ten days and fixed a fine of 20 per day for each day of the time Mary Sutton of Garfieldwas adjudg ed of unsound mind and has been taken to the Lakeland Asylum The program of Music and Recitations rendered by the ladies at the city Hall Monday was highly enjoyed Thetaudience made an offering of 25 which will help the Aid to pay for their new pianotJyt w 4 01 4 II T1 j siF fThe Fighting i I I Chance Copyright 1106 by the Cortfc I III Copyright 1808 by Robert W III Exactly I know you would knew youd see It In that way cried Mortimer heartily Confound It all Quarrier Ive always said you wen that sort of man that youd never let a friend In on the top floor and kick him clear to the cellar As a matter of fact I sold out at 10 Walt Heres a pencil Lydia give me that pad on your desk Here you are Quarrler Its easy enough to figure out how much you owe me Lydia would you mind hunting up that cheek book I left here before din He had made a mistake The girl flushed Ho choked up and cast a star tled glance at Quarrjcr But Quarrier If he heard made no motion of under standing Perhaps it bad not been necessary to convince him of the con spiracyWhen he had finished his figures he reviewed them tracing each total with his pencils point then quietly handed the pad to Mortimer who went over it and nodded that it was correct Lydia rose Quarrler said without looking at her I have a blank check with me May I use one of these pensSo he had brought a check I Had he supposed that a check might bo necessary when Lydia called him up Was be prepared to meet any demand of hers too even before Mortimer ap peared on the scene As long HH you have a check with you Howard said Lydia quietly suppose you simply add to Mr Mor timers amount what you had intended to offer me He stared at her without answering That little remembrance for old times sake Dont you recollect No said Quarrier Why Howard Didnt you promise me all sorts of things when I wanted to go to your friend Mr Siward and explain that It was not his fault I got into the Pat oons club Dont you re momber I felt dreadfully that he was expelled that I was simply wild to write to the governors and tell them how I took Mcrkles clothes mind drove to the club timid waited until I saw a lot of men go In and then crowded In with the piiH- hMortimer was staring at Quarrler Ol1tII of his protruding eyes The girl That is thcnmmmt she a+ abl ed forward deliberate self possessed the red lips edged wit1 h growing scornThat was a dirty trlcksald Mortimer heav fly He took the pad added a fig ure passed It to Lydia and she coolly wrote a total underscor ing it heavily That Is the amount she said Quarrler looked at the pad which slit had tossed upon the desk Then he slowly wetted his pen with ink IIIHII laying the loot e check tint begun to till it In Afterward he dried it and lIItIII ing it carefully pushed It asldo antiII rose I It wouldnt be advisable for you to I Stop payment you know observed I Mortimer Insolently 1 lying flack In hl4II Chair and stretching his legs- I know said Quarrler pausing to I turn on them a deathly stare Then he went awny After awhile they heard the door close But there was I PressingI I Down PainsII i are a sign of serious female countmI plaint that should have Immediate attentionIf begin In time you can generally treat yourself at home Ii i without the need of consulting a physician by the regular use of Cardui the well known remedy for womens Ills- Composed aj of purely vegetable and perfectly harmless medicinal Ingredients being besides a gene tIe non lntoxlcattng strengihenei i Iflf tonicII I OFCARDU1 WOMANS RELIEF complaintsMy A Rodgers of Hampden Sidney Va was nothing but a walking skele ton from female trouble SheIbeatingdownache Doctors failed to rcilere her so she took Cardui and ti BOW entirely cured At All Druggists WRITS FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing sym toms to Ladies Advisory Dept COlChattanooga f r- y fot il r t 1 IROBERTI no sound hansom and to tho windowHes Lydia CItAMBERSCHAPTER thecheckWe touring car yellow now that THIRTEEN heat which had been severe June driving the last fash THE loiterer into the coun continued fiercely through out July August was stifling Nobody who was anybody remained In town except some wealthy business men and their million odd employees but the million being nobodies didnt countQuarriers huge limestone mansion looming golden in the sun was tenant less Its owner closing even The Sedges his Long Island house and driven northward for a breath of air was expected at Shotover The house of Mrs Mortimer was closed and boarded up A caretaker apparently guarded Major Belwethors house peeping out at Intervals from behind the basement windows As for Planks great pile of masonry edging severalin it at night and a big yellow and black touring car whizzed down town from its bronze gateway every morn ing with perfect regularity For there was a tight on that had Iteadlly grown hotter with the weath er and Plank had little time to con cern himself with the temperature or to mop his red features over the weather bureau report Harrington and Quarrler were after him horse foot and dragoons Harrington had even taken a house at Seabright In order to be near In person and Quar riers move from Long Island to Shot over House was not as flippant as It might appear for he had his private car there and a locomotive at Black Fells Crossing station and he was within striking distance of Rochester Utica Syracuse and Albany which was what Harrington thought neces saryThe noise of the fray In the papers which had tlrst excited then stunned the outside public continued in a deI lirium of rumor report forecast and summing up at the weeks end Scare heads involving everybody and everything from the district attornei to Planks office boy succeeded one another Planks name headed column after column Already becoming familiar In the society and financial sections It began to appear In neigh boring paragraphs Plank scarcely noticed what the press said of him He was too busy his days were full days brimming over deep Into the night Undaunted inexorable slow to the verge of stu ldlty at times at times swift as a startled tlgor this new amazing personality steadily developing looming higher heavier athwart the financial horizon in stature holding his own among giants then growing gradually Inch by Inch dominated his surrounding level sky line Harrington old hoary seamed scarred maimed in onslaughts of long forgotten battles looked long and hard upon this weird of his own dead youth vhlch now rose towering to confront him menacing him with the armed point of the same shield behind which Ill himself had so long found shelter the law I The closing of the courts enforced armed truces along certain lines of Planks battle front the adjournment of the legislature emptied Albany Olltl It was rumored that Plunk had inssed an entire morning with the ovornor of the greatest state in the tulon ami that the conference was to Ill repeated A swarm of newspaper lien settled about the governors summer cottage at Saratoga but they famed nothing nor could they fluid II truce of Planks tracks In the trod lout trails of tho great spa Besides the racing had begun Des iond Burbank Sueed and others of the gilded guild had opened new club louses There was plenty of copy for newspaper men without the dally speculative paragraph devoted to the do- Ings of Beverly Plank Some scandal I toobut newspapers never touch that And after all It was nobodys affair that Leroy Mortimer drove a largo yellow and black touring car new node all over Saratoga county Perhaps the similarity of machines gave rise to the rumor of Planks presence perhaps not because the car was often Irlven by a tall slender girl with dark eyes and hair and nobody ever saw tbat sort of pretty woman In Planks car or saw Leroy Mortimer for many Lays without a companion of that spe lesMortimers health was excellent The races bad not proved remunerative however and his new motor car was horribly expensive So was Ly flu And he began to bo seriously afraid that by the end of August he would be obliged to appjy tQ Quarrler o J v Jit Weak Kidneys Jddn07Eessad ttnngthon them Dr Shoops Restorative f11 medicine specifically prepared to reach theM aloneIIwell n TOur back aches or U weak U the wine MIld orls dark and strong 117ou haTe symptom leT eC Dr8hoopaBestorativeamonthleta orlon l1n1U1Ireooamc4 and H11 Dr Shoop RestorativeALL once more ror some slight temporary token of that gentlemans good will He told Lydia this and she seemed tu agree with him This pleased hint She had not pleased him very much recently For one thing she was be coming too friendly with some of his friends Desmond in particular Plank it was known had opened his great house at Black Fells Ills servants gamekeepers were there his stables kennels greenhouses model stock farm all had been put In 1m maculate condition pending the advent of the master But Plank had no appeared His new seagoing stem yacht Slwanoa still lay In the East riv er and at rare intervals a significant glimmer of bunting disclosed the own ers presence aboard for an hour or twoThe Ferralls were at Shotover with their first Installment of guests Syl via was there QuarrIer expected because Kemp Ferralls break with Ism was not a social one and Graces rea affection for Sylvia blinded neither her nor her husband to the material and social importance of the intimacy Siward was not invited Neither hut an invitation to him been even discussed in view of what Grace was aware of and what everybody knew concerning the Implacable relations existing between him personally and Howard Quarricr Bridge yachting and motoring were the August sports The shooting sc had not yet arrived of course in fact there was still another relay expected before the season opened and brought the shooting coterie for the first two weeks But Sylvia was expected tt last through and hold over with a brloi interlude for a weeks end at Lenox So was Quarrler and Grace always animated by a lively but harmless malice hoped to heaven that Plank might arrive before Quarrler left Oh to see them together In a small room she sighed ecstatically In Syl vias ear Id certainly poke them up If they only turned around sulkily in the corners of the cage and evinced a desire to lie down What a mischief maker you are said Sylvia listlessly There seemed in fact little to Inter est her that summer at Shotover House Her Interest too In peopleI had seemingly been extinguished Once or twice she did inquire as to Marlons whereabouts and learned that Mss Page was fishing in Minnesota somewhere but would return to Shot over when the shooting opened Somebody Captain Voucher perhaps mentioned to somebody in her hearing that Slward was still in New York The hot mouth drugged on Quar rim came Agatha Caithness arrived a few days later scheme of the Fer rails Involving Alderdene but the SI vauoa did not come and Plank remained I invisible Leila Mortimer ar rIved from Swans Harbor toward the middle of the mouth offering no In formation as to the whereabouts of what Major Belwether delicately des iguated as her legitimate But ev rybody knew he was at last to be rossed olr and struck clean out and the ugly history of the winter now so upudently corroborated at Saratoga ave many u hostess the opportunity long desired Gad said Alderdene shes well rid of him A suit before a referee would settle alma mused Voucher He hasnt a- leg to stand on Lord the same cat lat tripped up Stephen Slward Fleetwoods quick eyes glimmered for an instant in Quarricrs direction uarrler was in the billiard room out of earshot practicing balk line probe ems with Major Belwether and Fleet wood said The same cat that tripped up Stephen Siward Yes But who let her loose It was your dinner You ought to know said Voucher bluntly I do know He brought her jiod ding toward the billiard room Belwether No yawned Fleetwood Somebody said presently Isnt bo- one of the governors Oh I say that was rather rough on Siward though Sylvia passing the hall glanced in through the gunroom door with an ab Hitinlnded smile at the men and theirI laughing greeting as they rose with uplifted glasses to salute her The sweetest of all observed a man disconsolately emptying his glass Oh Irony What a marrljge Beverly Plank had no time for anything outside of his own particular business except to go every day to the big darkened house in lower Fifth avenue where tho days had been hard on Slward and tho nights harder Slward however could walk now using his crutches still but often stopping to gently test his left foot and sec how much weight ho was able to bear on It even taking a tentative step fir two wlthout crutch support Ho tl drove when iio mougnt it prudent to uso the horses In tho heat usually very early In the morning though sometimes at night with Plank when the latter had time to run his touring car through the park and out into tho Bronx or Westchester for a breath of airBut Plank wanted him to go away get out of the city for his convales cence and Siward flatly declined demanding that Plank permit him to do his share in the fight against the Inter county people When it was that he first began to tike Plank very much he could not ex actly remember He was not perhaps aware of how much ho liked him Planks unexpected fits of shyness of formality often and often amused him But there was a subtler feeling under tho unexpressed amusement and beneath all a constantly increas ing substratum of respect Too he found himself curiously at ease with Plank as with one born to his own caste And this feeling unconscious but more and more apparent meant more to Plank than anything that had ever happened to him Then one sultry day toward the last week in August a certain judge of a certain court known among some as Harringtons Judge sent secretly for Plank And Plank knew that the crisis was over But neither Harring ton nor Quarrier dreamed of such a thingFear sat heavy on that judges soul tho godless selfish fear that sends Fear sat heavy on that Judges soul the first coward slinking from the councils of conspiracy to seek immunity from those slowly grinding- millstones that grind exceeding flop Quarrier at Shotover with his private car and his locomo Uve within an hours drive strolled with Sylvia on the eve of her depart ure for Lenox with Leila Mortimer then when their conference was ended he returned to Agatha calmly uncon Kcious of impending events Harrington at Seabrlght paced his veranda awaiting this same Judge annoyed as two boats came In without the expected guest And never for one instant did he Ireful that his creature sat closeted with Plank tremulous sal low nearing the edge of cringing avow al only held back from utter collapse by the agonizing necessity of complet- Ing a bargain that might save himself from the degradation of the punishment that had seemed Inevitable All day long hR sat with Plank Nobody except those two know he was there And after a very ong time Plank con sented that nobddy else except Siward and Harrington and Qunrrler should ever know So he called up Harrington on the telephone saying that there was In the olfico somebody who desired to speak to him And when lIar rington caught the judges first faint stammered word he reeled where he stood ashen unbelieving speechless Harrington was an old man a very old man mortally hurt but he stead led himself along the wall of his study to the desk and sank Into the chair After a little while he passed a thin hand over his eyes over his gray head over the mouth that all men watched with fear over the shaven jaw nowI grimly set but trembling His handI too shook with palsy as he wroteI painfully picking out the words and figure of the cipher from his code book but he closed his thin lips and squared his unsteady jaw and wrote leis message to Quarricr It Is all up Plank will take over InterIIounty Come at once Plank slept the sleep of utter exI laustion that night The morning round him haggard but strong cool InI his triumph serious stern faced aItt nost sad that his work was done the tattle wonIFrom his own houso ho telegraphed Iii curt summons to Harrington and to Quarrier for a conference in his own Dice then finishing whatever busl less his morning mall required put 011 his hat and went to see the one nan In the world ho was most glad for Its all over Slward he said with a laugh Harrington knows it Quar ler knows it by this time Their Judge crawled In yesterday and threw himself on our mercy and the men whose whip he obeyed will be on their way to surrender by this time Well avent you a word Many said Slward slowly too nany to utter but not enough to ex cess what I feel If you will tukeI wo on account hero they arc in one hrnse thank you Debts canceled said Plank laugh tig Do you want to hear the details The narrative exchanged by Plank 111 return for Siwards Intensely Interested j questions was a simple limpid review of a short but terrific campaign hat only yesterday had threatened to ago through court after court year after year In the sudden shock of the cssatlon from battle Plank himself was a little dazed Yet he himself hari xpectcd the treason that ended all lo himself had foreseen It Plank said Slward at last there Is nothing In the world that men ad alro more than a man It is a good deal of a privilege for mo to tell you BO Plank turned red with surprise and embarrassment stammering out some thing incoherent That was all that was said about the victory Slward unusually gay for awhile presently turned somber and it was Planks turn to lift him out of it by careless remarks about his rapid onvalgscencoand hoc1nce for va 1 r ti cation he so mucu nsoaed Once Slward looked up vacantly Where am I to go ho asked Ii as soon stay here But Im going Insisted Plank The Fells Is all ready for us The Fells I cant go there You once promised Plank Ill go anywhero except there with you Id rather be with you than with anybody Can I say more than that- I think you ought to Siward A a fellow feels the refusal of his offered rooftree Man Man It Isnt your roof I am refusing I want to go Id give anything to go If It were anywhere except where it is Id go fast enough Now do you understand ItIt Shot over House and Shotover people were not next door to the Fells Id go Do you know whats the matter with me PlankI so I have wondered I wonder now how much you know Very little Siward How much Plank looked up hesitated and shook his head One Infers from what one hearsInfers what The truth I suppose replied Plank simplyAnd whAt Insisted Siward have you Inferred that you believe to be the truth Dont parry Plank It Isnt easy for me and II never before spoke this way to any man It Is likely I should have spoken to my mother about It I had expected to It may be weakness I dont know but Id like to talk a little about it to some body And theres nobody fit to listen except you You know what a pillow Is to a tired mans shoulders I want to use your sane intelligence to rest ju ji moment Its my brain thats tired Plank77 Although everybody had cynically used Plank nobody had ever before found him a necessity Go on ho said unsteadily If 1 I can be of ue to you Siwnrd in Gods anmo let me be for I have never been necessary to anybody in all my life Siward rested his head on one clinched hand How much chance do you think I have he asked wearily Chance to get well YesPlank considered for a moment then You are not trying Slward I hove been trying since since March In Marcia Mss Landis spoke to mo Ive made a better tight since Planks serious face darkened Is iho the only anchor you have Plank I am not even sure of her- II have made a bettor fight since then That is all I dare say I know what men think about a man like me I know they demand character pride self denial But Plank I am driving ister and faster toward the breakers and these anchors arc dragging For- tt is not in my case the physical fail ire to obey the will It is the will itself that mad been attacked from the first That Is the horror of it And what is there behind the will power to strengthen it Only the source of will powerthe mind It is the mind hat cannot help me What am I to- do There is a spiritual strength said Plank timidly- I have never dreamed of denying It said Siward I have tried to find It through the accepted sourcesac jpted by me too God knows that I eslre to be decent Ho must lug ware too that all anchors save one have failed to hold me You mean Miss Landis Yes It may bo weakness it may lie to my shame that tho cables of ride and self respect even the splr teal respect for the Highest cannot bold mo when this one anchor holds She said that I might see her I have waited a long time I have taken my hting chanco again and Ive won out so far He looked up at Plank curiously embarrassed Your body Is normal your Intelll gouco wholesome balanced sane anti I want to ask you 1C you think that perhaps without understanding how I have found In her or through her In- 90me way the spiritual source that I Sink might help mo to help myself You ask me If I believe It possible that she can be the medium Yes Plank said deliberately Yes I do think so The silence was again broken by PlaQk Slward you have asked me what I think Now you must listen to- the end If you believed that through herher love marrying heryou stood the best chance in the world to win- out It would be cowardly to ask hero take the risk As much as I care- tor you I had rather see you lose the fight than accept such a risk from her Now you know what I think but you dont know all Slward I say to yon- that if you are man enough to take- her take her And I say that of the two risks she is running today the Nance she might take with you is in iltely the lesser risk for with you It you continue slowly losing your fight the mental suffering only will be- hers But If she closes this bargain with Quarrier selling to him her body tho light will go out of her soul for overHe rose striding tho length ot time Continued on Page Seven A Smile Is a pretty hard thing to accomplish when youre blue 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District Courts Office over Bank of Hardlnsburj Miller Brick Tile Con Incorporatedr lover Kentuckyl Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Davs v Main Office Rooms 8 and 10 I 00 F Building OWens 9ro Kentucky mr- I ii r = F 4 Resolutions Adopted by the White House Conference Governors of the several States sum up their views on the conservation of the resources of the nation THE Governors of the WEStates and Territories of United States of America in con ference assembled do hereby de clare the conviction that the great prosperity of our country rests upon the abundant resources of the land chosen by our forefathers 4for their homes and where they laid the foundation of this great nationWe look upon these resources as a hertage to be made use of in establishing and promoting the comfort prosperity and happiness of the American people but not to be wasted deteriorated or need lessly destroyed We agree that our countrys future is involved in this that thereat natural resources supply the material basis upon which our civ ilization must continue to depend and upon which the perpetuity of the nation itself rests We agree in the light of the facts brought to our knowledge and from information received from sources which we cannot doubt that the material basis is threatened with exhaustion Even as each succeeding generation from from the birth of this nation has performed its part in promoting the progress and development of the republic so do we in this generation recognize it as a high duty to perform our part and this duty in large degree is the adoption of measures for the conservation of the natural wealth of the country We declare our firm conviction that this conservation of our nat ural resources is a subject of tran sendent importance whichshould engage unremittingly the attention of the nation the states and the people in earnest cooperation These natural resources include Jthe land on which we live and which yields our food the living waters which fertilize the soil supply power and form great av enues of commerce the forests which yield the materials for our homes prevent erosion of the soil and conserve the navigation and other uses of our streams and the minerals which form the basis of our industrial life and supply us k with heat light and power We agree that the land should From a Great Book 6 sl The factory stack was a black monument against the western sky Its dark clouds of smoke had drifted into misty specks on the horizon and the sun was shining triumphantly Down in the street a man in a carriage flung a coin f to a ragged cripple and the boy hobbled after the money and smil ed his thankfulness To Ruskin that smile was like a gleam of light in darkness It awakened ijis old faith and silenced his con Dieting fears and from the boys gratitude he snatched a lesson that that would abide with him forever He had tried to define love before he had thought the tender affection he bore for his mother and the passionate dreams he had dreamed of Ruth covered it all Now he saw differently Love was too broad a thing to admit of any one definition It vas a synonym for life It was the sympathy that tossed a coin to a lame street urchin It was tho forgiveness that overlooked an enemys faults it was the courage that lifted the cross from anothers shoulders to bear it on your ownlfrom The Fall of the Mighty by H Graham Du Bois in TaylorTrot wood Magazine for June Bad Attack of Dysentery Cured leAn honored citizen of this town waa suffering from a severe attack of dysen tery He told a friend if he could ob tain a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy he felt confident of being cured he having uied this remedy in the West He was tild that I kept it in stock and lost no time In obtaining It and was promptly curedsays M J Leach druggist of Wolcott Vt For sale by Severs Drug Co irir- n 11ir be so used that erosion and soil wnshshould cease that there should be reclamation of arid and semiarid regins by means of ir rigation and of swamp andover flowed regions by means of drain age that the waters should be so conservedand uedas to promote navigation to enable the arid re gions to be reclaimed by irrigation and to develop power in the inter ests of the people that tho forests which regulate our rivers sup port our industries and promote the fertility and productiveness of the soil should be preserved and perpetuated that the minerals found so abundantly beneath the surface should be used so as to prolong their utility that the beauty healthfulness and habita bility of our country should be preserved and increased that the sources of national wealth exist for the benefit of all the people and that the monopoly thereof should not be tolerated We commend the wise fore thought of the President in ending the note of warning as to the waste and exhaustion of the nat ural resources of the country and signify our appreciation of his ac tion in calling this conference to consider the same and to seek rem edies therefor through cooperation of the nation and the states We agree that this cooperation should find expression in eqitable action by the Congress within the limits of and coextensive with the national jurisdiction of the subject and complementary thereto by the legislatures of the several states within the limits of and co extensive with their jurisdiction- We declare the conviction that in the use of the natural resources our independent states are inter dependent and bound together by ties of mutual benefits responsi bilities and duties We agree in the wisdom of future conference between the President members of Congress and the governors of the states re garding the conservation of our natural resources with the view of continued operation and action on the lines suggested And to this end we advise that from time J D B Jr In Ohio John D Babbage is bold as a lion when it comes to tackling an tr editor in his sanctum but just watch him when called on to assist a lady in putting on her gloves Buckeye Informer Boys Will be Boys nnd 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 re lieve the pain and heal the trouble Price 2sc 50c and 1 Sold by A R Fisher Value of Religion Some people said the Rev Mr Goodman cnn never be made to ap predate the value of religion Thats right replied MnlnchnntK the merchant they dont know how to catch the church trade at ullPhU adelphia Press The early bird Is all right but the early worm Is a foolCharleston News and Courier 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 the 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 Doing Without the Dot The small letter I was formerly wrlttqn without the dot The dot was introduced in the fourteenth century to dlslngulsh P from e in hasty and indistinct writing The letter 1I Ras originally used where the letter J Is now employed The distinction between I and J was introduced by the Dutch printers at a comparatively recent date and the J was dotted because the I from which it was de rived was written with a dot to time as in his judgmenc may seem wise the President call the governors of the states members of Congress and others into con ferenceWe that further action is advisable to ascertain the present condition of our natural resources and to promote the conservation of the same and to that end we recommend the appointment by eachstate of a commission on the conservation of natural resources to cooperate with each other and withany similar commission on behalf of the federal government We urge the continuation and extension of forest polices adapt ed to secure the husbanding and renewal of our diminishing timber supply the prevention of soil erosion the protection of head waters and the maintenance of the purity and navigability our streams Ye recognize that the private ownership of forest lands entails responsibility in the interests of all the people and we favor the enactment of laws looking to the protection and replacement of privately owned forests Vc recognize in our waters a most valuable asset of the people of the United States and we re commend the enactment of laws looking to the conservation of water resources for irrigation water supply power and navigation to the end that navigable and source streams may be brought under complete control and fully utilized for every purpose We especially urge on the federal Con gress the immediate adoption of a wise active and thorough water way policy providing for the im of our streams and con enervation of their water sheds re quired for the uses of commerce and the protection of the interests of our people We recommend the enactment of laws looking to the prevention of waste in the mining and extrac tion of coal oil gas and other minerals with a view to their wise conservation for the use of the people and to the protection of human life in the mines Let us conserve the foundations of our prosperityTh Professor Ducrden In the report of the South African Association For the Advancement of Science alludes to a curious habit of the ostrich which may have given rise to the once widely spread belief that it tries to hide itself by burying Its head In the sand The young chicks it appears when alarm ed lie down flat on the ground with the neck stretched out In this posh thou they harmonize with their surroundings and are not easily seen If taken up they are found to be limp and helpless and do not recover for some time This is an instance not uncommon in the animal world of death feigning for protective purposes Adult ostriches however being swift of foot usually seek safety in flight At times however if suddenly alarm ed as by the appearance of a man from the top of a kopje or from be hind an ant hill an adult bird will col lapse laid fall to the ground with outstretched neck This Professor Duer den thinks may be a retention of the death feigning instinct of the chick and it has probably given rise to the fiction that the ostrich tries to escape observation by hiding its head in the sand 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 willI ake the child well sooihe its nerves induce healthy normal slumber Best for dis ordered bowels and sour stomachall teething babies 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 To Get Them All Clean Norab the green cook poked her head in at the dining room door Please maam she asked an how will I be knowln when the puddln is cooked Stick a knife into it said her mil tress recalling the cookbook instruc tions If the knife comes out clean the pudding is ready to serve Yls maam And oh Norahl1 The mistress had an afterthought If the knife does comes out clean you might stick all the rest of the knives Into the pud ding Everybodys Magazine MR BATES DEAD Funeral Held Saturday Afternoon In The Bates Family- Cemetery Saturday the regains of J W Bates were brought to this city andwere interred in the Bates graveyard that afternoon Mr Bates died of consumption at Hawesville Thursday night He was thirtyeight years of age and is survived by his wife His friends called him Bud and many here willremember him by that name His brother Frank Bates is ill of the same disease and his death is momentarily expected Brother Bryan Inquires This query which it calls A FullGrown Question the Commoner prints weekly in its first column in typo of increasing size What is the extent of the finan cial interest held by Joseph Pulitzer owner of the New York World in raih companies and in great corporations commonly know as trusts 1 This is a perti nent question because an honest answer might uncover the special interests for which the New York World speaks in its presentday attacks upon Democrats We dont know what Mr Pulit zers investments arebut suppose for the sake of argument that he hada million dollars in the stocks of the United States Steel Corpor ation and another million say in the stocks of various railway companies Would that explain to Mr Bryans satisfaction the re luctance of the World to accept him as its candidate And if so Brother Bryan why What do you propose to try to do if you ever reach the White House to make the securities of the Steel corporation and ofall the railroads less valuable than they are at present Do you wish it to be understood that you declare yourself to be the enemy of all the railroads and therefore a natural object of apprehension to every owner of a railroad security Nothing less than that is implied from the question you put to Mr Pulitzer But Mr Bryan the face value of the securities of the railroads of the country foot up to about 15 000000000 and in 1906 the roads earned 790000000 and paid their owners over 560000000 in interest and dividends besides paying 1500000 employes If you re gard yourself as the enemy of so large a share as that of the pro perty of the country you might as well stand up as the enemy of all property for if yon could suc ceed in doing serious damage to the railroad property of the country you would injure the marketable value of every other kind of property that the country hasAre you the enemy of all pro perty Brother Bryan or do you make an exception of lecture earnings invested in farms and farm buildings and perhaps farm mortgages in Nebraska 1 Harpers Weekly Mr John Rika of Vining la says I have been selling DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills for about a year and they give better satisfaction than any pill I ever sold There are n 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 Clubs Last Meeting The Ladies Reading Club was beautifully entertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs Wicklifle De Haven This being the last meeting until next fall The books were distributed to the members several days ago A Californians Luck The luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklens Ar- nica Salve writes Charles F Budahn- of Tracy California Two SSc boxes cured me of an annoying case of itching piles which had troubled me for years and that yielded to no other treatment Sold under uarartee by Severs Drug Co MAYGRAHAMNUPTIALS Miss Lydia Graham and Mrlleni Y May Quietly Married at liar dinsburg Wednesday WEDDING AT COL MURRAYS The marriage of Dlirs Lydia Jane Graham and Mr Henry My was quietly solemnised at the home of Col and Mrs David R Murray in Hardins burg last Wednesday evening The ceremony was said in the presence of a few friends the Rev Everetts English officiatingMrs is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Price Graham and is one of the most cultured young women of Clover port She and Mr May have boon sweethearts tor a number of years and the culmination of their courtship was not a surprise to their many friends Mr May is one of the best known engineers on the Henderson Route The News wishes him and Mrs May much happiness REORGANIZE Louisville Republicans Elect David W Fairleigh Chairman The last biow to the Fairbanks forces in Louisville was struck by the Taft crowd Wednesday night when the new Republican City and County Executive Committee unseated the five committee men elected at the primary convention April 25 last and seated the five men on the Taft ticket The canvassing board of the old City and County Ex ecutive Committee certified to the re turns from the Eleventh ward which gave the election to the Fairbanks ticket However in the State Conven tion the Fairbanks delegates who were chosen at the election were thrown out and the Taft contestants given seats in the convention This gave the City and County Committee precedent it claimed to follow suit The organization of the committee was also completed by the election of David W Fairleigh chairman Mr Fairleigh said that his private business was such that it would be impossible to give the attention to the work that he would like to and for that reason tried to be off but his colleagues would not permit it CourierJournal ANDERSON ASSIGNS President of Defunct Bunk Turns Over Property Owensboro Ky May z1T S Anderson president of the defunct Daviess County Bank and Trust Com pany and his wife Susie H Anderson today filed a deed of assignment nam ing Postmaster F A Van Rensselaer as assignee The Petition states that Mr Anderson is unable to pay all of his creditors in full and that he desires I each of them to share alike He has considerable real estate in Owensboro and at Detroit Mic- hPRETTY WEDDING PratherDowell Nuptials Entertained at The Grooms Home Black Jack May 25 Special The marriage of Geo Prather and Lena Dowell which was solemnized at the Hill Grove church on last Wednesday at 7 p m was a beautiful affair The church was beautifully decorated and the bride and groom entered to the strains of the wedding march rendered by Miss Tula Jordon The bride was handsomely gowned in an exquisite persian material with lace and ribbou After the cere mony they returned to the home of the groom where supper was served to only n few near relatives The groom is the second son of Mr and Mrs W D Prather while the br de is the oldest daughter of Mrs Eligah Dowell Both are fine young people and everyone wishes them hap piness in their sea of matrimony A great many people Imagine they have heart trouble whon the fact is that the whole trouble lies in the stomach The pains in the side around 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 or whenever 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 right again There isnt any doubt about what it will do and you will land the truth of this statement verified after you howe used Kodol for a few weeks It is sold hero by all druggists I IKILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryIIFORII I I t Ii 1 AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED Louisville Evansville Packet CoU- NCOKIOKATEDJ Fast Passenger and Freight Line between Louisville and Evansville Steamers Tell City- Tarascon i f t Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday at 4 p mll Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at 6 pmThrough freight rates and passehgd tickets to Cincinnati Freight shir 2 ments delivered quicker than 1 j rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville jSOC Cloverport to Evansville 200 h Cloverport to Owensboro 100 Splendid accommodations for BlocV General 15415158 4th at Louisville K- yT1 BENNETT G F and A Chas F Tavlor Receiver i The LouisvilleTimes t r c is the livest afternoon paper published anywhere It prints the news right up to the min ute Four or more editions every day The regular price of The Times is 5 a year but you can get th- eBreckenridge News i AND THEaa Louisville Tmes Both One Year For 1 1t 500 If you will send your order to this paper NOT to The I Times BLACK JACK NOTES Miss Ora Hardety speut Sunday afternoon with the Misses Montgomery mar Big Spring Mrs Nannie Bradley is spending this week with her father R W Smith near Irvingtou- W W Barnes of Stith Valley spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Tom MillerA crowd attended the Praher Dowell wedding at Hill Grove Mr and Mrs Tom Miller were in Ekron shopping Tuesday afternoon Miss Eula Prather spent last week with her uncle Will Sipse Another little son has come to make his home with Mr and Mrs W T Sipes He arrived on the 18 Miss Bettie Sipes was iu Flaherty shopping Tuesday Mrs Lizzie Brown was the guest of Mrs R J Roby of Garrett Tuesday afternoonMisses Xaveri and Mae Roby are at home after attending the Normal at Brandenburg for the past three months If You Only Knew What a great help Websters International Dictionary is you would make every effort to own the Unabridged For particulars read the advertisement of G C Merriam Co in the News THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D BARRAGE 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- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should their old as well as the now address giveIII EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY MAY 27 1908 4 BUSINESS VIEW OF THE SIT UdTIOJY It is o pity that the country should again be confronted with an attempt for political ends to sandbag thQ commercial and manufacturing interests for the benefit of a discredited labor organization and its votes It is a worse pity that the attempt should come at a time when business needs nothing so much as to bo let alone It would b the worst pith of all if business were to bo taken oil its guard by the attempt and that at least we are to be spared The best answer to the question whether business men remember and see the danger is found in the ten thousand telegrams and letters of protest which last week poured in on Congress and the President from business men in Seattle and Tampa in San Francisco and New York That uprising showed conclusively that the men who went out from their banks and factories and stores and ollices to help elect McKinley in 1890 are going to take a similarly decisive share in the protection of their own interests this year There was no mistaking the point of last weeks protest It served notice that the business interests are tired of foolishness i that they are not going to stand for any more class legislation to help the chances of any political candidate They are not asking for any legislation for their interests those interests need peace more than the further beneficent attentions of the lawmakers Even peace may be too dear at the price of suicide however and business men are coming to feel that it is better to light than to bo assassinated in the interests of a coalition of politics with labor American In dustries for May WHAT TIFF CCUJVTRr WEEDS What this country needs now is not a radical politician but a man who is familiar with the underlying principles of business from the standpoint ofa business plan The consensus of opinion as it comes from the uttermost ends of this country the highways and the byways the industrial centers in all sections is to the effect that the business men must again enter the arena of politics as they did in the Bryan and McKinley campaigns America has been known for many years as a nation of traders Is it not about time that the Govern ment should be run with some regard for business principlesAmerl- ean Industries for May t You want to keep oil the grass in the court house yard Dont plow in the mud Better plow in the dust later on Willis Green over at the Falls tells us he intends to put in 700 acres of corn this season We hope he will get it all in and gather next fall fifty thousand bushels There is iii movement on foot in this town to build water works It is a genuine soulstirring moyen move that r means business and water works It will be a system built and owned by the city and one that every taxpayer will be proud of Let every citizen in the town get in touch with the movement say a good word for it If you oant say something good keep mum A man who spends much of his time traveling over Breckenridge county and who keeps his eyes open said that the more he sees of this good old county the more clearly he sees that this is one of the best allaround counties in Kentucky Wo can raise anything here that can be raised anywhere in this climate We have the most hours I between the rising and the setting of the sun the longest seasons and the lands if given just half attention will yield equal to any lands Vest or South He went on to say that Breckenridge county was the garden spot of the earth for the young man especially the young farmer We like this man Henry Head and his life and his beliefs are as a big hit of sunshine to the countyII you our I Picture I are the greatest made by any in this countyI With every 5 purchase we give you a 1 free I With 2 cash purchase you can get one of these fine 1 I pictures for only 39 If you wish to the I alone we charge 1 for I offer as you and I are for best Clothing Our in this should attract your attention and goods you We handle the celebrated E E Straus Cos Chicago Clothing and we fit you Let us take your at once and have you an at Cost HITES RUN Bob was here Friday Charles Morris came down from Lou isville last Friday and remained until to the wife of Dolph Richard son the 15 a daughter Miss Laura of Kuttawais here her sister Mrs McCamell Born to the wife of Rev McCamell 14th a daughter Dr C B Witt who has been practic fouISpring and formed a parthership with Dr Strother and will practice to getherBen was in Louisville a few days last week John H Meador has from LouisvilleJim working around n saw mill got his leg last Wednes dayW H Doran and will leave for Port Texas Tuesday Mr and Mrs Henry Hardin of WAS hero for a couple of last week Mr Carl Styles of Vine Grove was the guest of Miss Dowell last Woodman will soon or ganize a lodge hare Her First Party Little Endora McGlothlan Younger will be the guest of honor at a party given in honor of first birth day at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs James Younger this after noon from 2 to 4J oclock The color scheme 3f occasion is and white and will be carried out in the decorations and refreshments The invited are Louise Weather holt Lenora Mary and Addie Mc Gavock Elizabeth Skillman Eloise Nolte Jane Lightfoot Mary Christina Lillian Polk Ruby Haynes Hook Tula Babbage Jane and her mother Mrs Joe Sawyer Robert and his mother Mrs Lenoard Lathrope Reid and his mother Mrs L T Reid Currie Neu baur and his mother Mrs John Neu baur Mary Curry and her mother Mrs B M Curry Samuel Edward Conrad tad his mother Mrs Shelby Conrad Sarah Miller and her mother Mrs D S Miller George Delker Jr and nother Mrs George Delker of Owens joro Annie Murray Ferry and mother firs Fred Ferry and Mrs Mary Hog Cholera The drawback to the hog in ustry which breeders in this country have to contend with in what is known as hog cholera and swine plague Hog cholera is rt highly contagious disease and unless checked is liable to arry off a great number of hogs in a- very short Mr A P Williams of Burnetts Creek Ind tells of an experience which he had with some that had the cholera Five years ago says Mr I was in the employ of Mr J D Richardson Lafayette Ind as his barn foreman Some fine hogs that I was feeding took the cholera I gave them Sloans Liniment and did not- lose a hog were so bad would not drink sweet milk and I was impelled to drench them I have tried it at every since and Iways find it O K Write for Sloans free book on- the treatment of Horses Cattle Hogs and Poultry Address Dr S- Sloan 615 Albany Street Boston Mass F H Hastie of Markland is the guest of Ora R M JOLLY CO Irvingtons Leading Store Is offering the people of two counties bargains that are selling the goods Everyone in your family always be welcome to make our store your headquarters when in Irvington We will appreciate your valued orders and insure that they have prompt attention If our claim on your patronage is fair we will be glad to serve you in the near future Great Offer IWe making offer merchant cash picture every cents buy picture each qualityIshould IBuggies Surries Clothing We headquarters the offers department our should make buy- AlndetoOrder Suits can satisfactorily measure excellent Suit madetoorderPeters McGuffin SundayBorn Scott visiting the they Clarkson returned while broke wife Arthur Elicabethtown days Edna SundayThe Miss her the pink guests Hamman Sawyer Oelze Oelze Dunn greatest time hogs Williams Some they opportunity Dr Earl Miss Chapin will will Groceries Our groceries are going at prices that sell the goods Every ddy a new bargain is offered in this department Watch our of fers 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 Lime Lime I R M JOLLY CO Irvington Ky Never Without Pe=ru=na in My House J So Writes Mr 0 G Convers Hot Springs Arkansas There Are a Multitude of People in the United States Who Have Been Restored to Health By the Use of Peruna There are a multitude of people in the United States whohavo boon restored to health by tho uso of Poruna Thero Is no use trying to deny this fact As a rule doctors dislike to admit It There Is now and then a courageous doctor who does admit it however In such cases Foruna is prescribed by tho doctor himself Even though the doctor suffers pecuniary loss by such a transaction his patient is benefited which ought to bo the doctors chief concernWo not claim that doctors generally prescribe Poruiia But we do claim whenever Poruna is in telligently proscribed it rarely disappoints either tho doctor or patient w roteBRACKEN f Nasal Catarrh and Indigestion- Mr James P Bracken 610 Tenth Ave Now York City N Y has occupied the ofllco of Water Inspector of New York City for the past fifteen years Ho carries on an extensive plumbing business at GJO 10th Ave He Is Post Deputy of Grand Knights of Roigna Celia Council Knights of Columbus N Y He writes i as follows For nearly a dozen years catarrh has bothered me in one form or another I was troubled with nasal catarrh that had affected J my stomach which troubled me most in the morning My appetite was poor and I did not seem to relish my food Indi- gestIon bothered mo at times also I was advised to take Peruna and I took it as proscribed for a month whorl my cure was j almost complete Today there is not a trace of catarrh in my system and I can say without hesitation that Poruna cured meIJ Kidney Disease Mr Samuel A Paxton 1118 Troost Ave Kansas City Mo member 10 0 P and National Annuity Association writes lam a well man today thanks to your splendid medicine Peruna- I was troubled with catarrh and kidney disease of long standing When I first began using Poruna I soon found I was getting better and continued taking it for four months It cleaned out tho system leaving me well and strong and fooling better than I have in years SadVisit Nome Mr and Mrs G L Severs of Cripple Creek Colo came home last weet to visit their fithcr Mr J P Severs whc died Monday Before they retun borne they will visit Mr and Mrs C C Grant at Lndiburg HOWS THIS we olTer One Hundred Dollars Itewurd for any caseof Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure P1 Cheney Co Toledo O- We tho undersigned have known F1C- heney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable hall business transactions and llnun chilly able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Wuldlni Klnuan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken intereimlly acting directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free 1rlce 75c per bottle Sold by all Drug gistsTake Hulls Family Pills for constipati- onCOURIERJOURNAL GUTS A Special Rate of 125 For The Campaign And election For the first time in its history The CourierJournal has made a special cut rate on its Daily for the campaign The regular price of the paper is 6 a yEar or f3 for six months For the campaign a rate of 5125 has been made to apply to all orders received during the months of June July and August After August 51 the regular rates will be in effect Subscriptions received during these months at this rate will be entered on the CourierJournal mailing list until December 1 next when all will expire Send in your orders at once through this paper The earlier you get in the more papers you receive Henry Watterson has announced that the CourierJournal will support the 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 unfer the same conditions The Times is the best Democratic after noon paper printed anywhere CONTAINS ENNEBYSPothers J ji Colds and Stomach Trouble Mr 0 G Convers Pres Cold Storage Ice and Coal Co Hot Springs Ark writes- I had been troubled with a very serious case of catarrh for a number of years Having tried many prescriptions by good physicians I found myself no better On the advice of a friend who had used Poruna with good results I purchased a bottle The results wore so good that I continued using it Have perhaps In the last three years used a dozen bottles which have kept mo from the try Ing troubles of catarrh I am never without a i bottle of Fernna in my house J Ono always gets relief from colds and Indlges don if you have Peruna J wwwCatarrh of Bladder Mr Michael Rooney 26 Fifth St Watorvliot N Y writes If I had known of Pernna years ago I should have been saved much suffering Under carelessness and exposure in my younger years my system got into a very bad condition before I was aware of it My doctor thought that I had catarrh of the bladder and duly prescribed for mo but nothing did mo any good My friends advised me to try Peruna for which I am very thankful as it has cured me in two months and I am in perfect health Catarrh of the Head and Stomach Mr Frank Richter of 800 East 2nd St Winona Minn writes I take pleasure in Peruna for catarrh of the stomach Peruna cured me and I know it will cure any one else who suffers from this disease My catarrh was principally located in me i ishing Party Kill Huge Snake Saturday Saturday afternoon a rattle snake was killed by the members of a fishing party on their return from Donah Ford The snake was 4 M feet long weighed seven pounds and had nine rattlers It was eleven years old Miss Florence Woods stepped over the snake think ing it was a black stick but she soon saw she was mistaken and her friends assisted her in killing it The members of the party were Messrs Squires Wm Hoffiious Tilford Harper Lee Woods Miss Florence Woods and Miss Lillie Harper Insist upon DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve There are substitutes hut there is only one original It is healing sooth iug and cooling and is especially good for piles Sold by all druggists Important lNotice Do not ask us to print cards of thanks obituaries or resolutions free of charge The trice is 5 cents 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 Sons RAYMOND Mrs Thomas Hall still remains very poorlyRoscoe Hendry attended the Hardin Decker wedding at French Lick Ind last Wednesday Mr and Mrs Ottis Stiff and children attended church at Walnut Grove Sun dayMaster Hobert Hendry of West Point is spending the summer with his grand mother at this place News was received Here last week that Mr Henry Cashman of Kennard Neb is very ill and not expected to live HONEY AXATIVEChildren MR CGCoNvsJ recommending withIMr S A Stiff lost a fine cow one day last week- J T Knott is building a new store house for Gus Barger Frymire Mr Edmunds a hustling drummer for a St Louis coffee house was here Saturday I have been somewhat costive but Doans Regulets gave just the results desired They act mildlv and regulate the bowels perfectly George B Krause 306 Walnut Ave Altoona Pa Glendeane Girl Has Nice Position Miss Emma Lula Moorman has been visiting her mother Mrs Joe Matting ly at Glendeane Miss Moorman has a tine position as stenographer for the City Board of Works at Aurora Ill and she is progressing most success fully in her work For cuts sprains bruises burns rheu matic and all other pains use McLeans Vol canic Oil Liniment First sold In 1852 still the same effective remedy In IOCS Good for man or beast 25c iOc and JlCO 4 High School Graduate Invitations have been received in this city from Miss Mary Smith Barrett to the commencement exercises of the Owensboro High School of which she is a graduate Miss Barrett is a sister of Mrs Byrne Severs and visits her quite frequentlycc A specific for painDr Thomas Electric Oil strongest cheapest rim ment ever devised A household reme dy in America for 25 years 1Handsome1I Hon Ben Johnson sent Mrs James j Younger two handpainted dinner plates from Washington D C The portrait of Martha Washington was beautifully painted on one and on the other was a handsome likeness of George Washington Col Johnsoni was an honored guest in this city last fall and was entertained at the Younger home AN- DOUCH Tastes so good TAR YRIIPlt CHIOAlOl Ns all tllur Mngh ecru UI MUttwritec MM mr OOM conUlataf OpUtti K nn dji LuaU Couth Syrup mon the bowtlf eeaUlBi M OyUta For Sale by eJIDrugg8ts i IljA Tolls Pills will save the dyspeptic from many days of misery and enable him to eat whatever he wishes They prevent SICK HEADACHEIcause the food to assimilate and nour ish the body give keen appetite DEVELOP FLESH and solid muscle Elegantly sugar coated Take No Substitute T5he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 27 1908 Announcement- At tin solicitation of numerous friends I I announce mvsolf us u Taft dole ato to the Republican National Convention from tlio Fourth Congressional District CIIAS 11LANPOHD Announcement We lire authorized to announce the HON DEN JOHNSON as a candidate for rooluc tlon to Congress subojct to the action of the Democratic party und voters generally For Commonwealths Attorney We are authorized to announce Judge Henry Dellaven Moorman as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney subjeot to the action of the Democratic party t PERSONAL AND LOCAL I will pay 9c for hens Julian Brown Ed Morrison went to Louisville Thurs dayI will take all butter at 15c Julian Brown Chas Babbage of Louisville was here Friday Miss Annie May Mattingly is visiting Miss Maggie Carter Mrs Viola Massie went to Lodiburg Monday morning Rollie Fallon of Seeleyville is the guest of his parents- I will pay all of this week Me for eggs Julian Brown N Nielsen of Tar Springs has returned home from Chicago I UnionIto Cannelton Saturday night- I t will sell you mixed feed for 130 per hundredJulian Brown Miss Hattie Sterrett of Skillman was the guest of friends last week Presiding Elder Hayes of the Meth Jdist church was here Sunday Miss Lois Basham of Skillman spent Saturday in the city with friends Mrs Harris and daughter Miss Jennie went to Louisville Wednesday lI Mrs Fontaine of Louisville has been the guest of Mrs James Skillman- C N McGlothlan of West Point has been the guest of Mr James Younger Miss Flossie Stephens of Cincinnati was the guest of Miss Ashley Sunday Coirimodore Polk of Skillman was the guest of Miss Carrie Pate Sunday Mrand Mrs J T Smith of Fords ville atevisiting relatives at Glendeane Miss Helen Kingsberry will leave soon to visit her grandparents at Orrel Ky Mrs J H Rowland spent Sunday at the Wheeler home at Hardin Grove Ind Mr and Mrs John Burn and daugh ter Jeanette spent Saturday in Louis villeMrs Tony Nichols and daughter Louise returned from Hawesville Sun dayMrs Forrest Lightfoot and Mrs Frank Payne were in Louisville last weekI sell you the best stock peas you ever saw J26Q per bushelJulian lkown H Bowmer is visiting her4Ydaughter Mrs Hugh Atkisson in ChicagoLawrence Lynch has gone to Allen Ky to spend the summer with his I parents Mrs John Reynolds is in Owensboro where Mr Reynolds has accepted a- JPosition Beautiful dress hats wedding hats and net hats made to order at Mrs CordreysMrs and Mrs Wedding of Rome Ind were in the city Thursday shoppingOwen of Mattingly has been visiting his sister Miss Nell Whitehouse Referee J Allen Dean was in Steph ensport Tuesday and appointed the Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co trustee of the estate of Dieckman Bros bankrupts Rev and Mrs E B English are vis itiug af Ammons Mrs Morris Jolly andson Morris Jr are the guests of Miss Jennie Maba HarrisMrs Milt Miller has returned to her home at Hardinsburg after a visit iin IndianaMrs Geo Delker and son George of Owensboro are the guests of Mrs D S 1Ii1lerIMr and Mrs Frank Bates of Hawes ville were the guests of Mrs J E Keith Saturday Remember I am closing out the larg est and best lot of shoes in this county at cost Julian Brown Miss Estelle May is expected tomor row from Oxford Ohio to be the guest of Mrs Robert Pierce The customers of Mrs Polk are re ceiving Japanese fans as souvenirs at her millinery parlors this week The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co has been appointed by the count court guardian for the children of Oscar Alexander deceased Miss Esther Jackson and Ed Morri son were the guests of friends at Can nelton last week Mrs Virge Babbage will leave Saturday to attend the commencement of State University Mrs Kolley Watts returned to her home at Earned Monday after a visit to her mother Mrs Tuckor Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 285 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Dr Grossman will lecture at the Presbyterian church Thursday at 8 p m Admission 5 and 10 cents Mrs John Sawyer of Charlottsville Va will arrive in Versailles next week to visit Mrs R N Hudson Misses Edith and Grace Plank spent Thursday in Louisville They were accompanied by Mr Ira Behen Mrs Currie and granddaughter Lida Currie of Brownsville Tenn are the guests of ReV and Mrs B M Currie Mrs Hendricks of Hardinsburg and Mrs Hugh Ireland of Skillman have been the guests of Mrs Hilary Hardin Miss Katie Penner and Miss Annie May Penner who have been visiting Mrs James Penner went to Henderson SaturdayMr Smart and family and Mr Henry Waggoner and family were the guests of Mr Waldo Simons at Tobins port Sunday Mrs Polk is selling all flowers trim mings and a few hats at half price this week Have Miss Young to trim you a midsummer hat The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co has been appointed by the county court guardian for the children of Mil ton C Dejarnette deceased Miss Addie Ditto and Mrs David Fairleigh have returned to tneir home in Louisville after a visit to Mr and Mrs John T Ditto at Decatur Ill T B Henderson the County Sunday School Superintendent was busy last week attending conventions held at Hardinsburg Glendeane and Sand Knob Mrs Chas Windelken and daughter Miss Lelia went to Owensboro Saturday for a short visit to Miss Virgie Daniels before returning to their home at Richland Ky Mrs Frank Herzon Mis Eldred Miller Mrs Will Tyler Mrs Mattie Mason Mrs C B Fritz Mrs J B Fritzl Mrs Della Bozarth and James Blackford of Hawesville attended the funeral of Mr Bates Saturday Mrs J D Brashear is in Lexington where she is visiting her daughter Mrs Peter Brashear and her little granddaughter Gense of New York at the home of Mrs Peter Brashears father Mr Walter Payne Mr Brashear will go to Lexington today to accompany Mrs Brashear homeCourierJournal- Miss Raitt Better Miss Annie Raitt who has been seriously ill for several weeks is im proving Aged Woman Dies Miss Mary Hawkins died of dropsy at her home at Hites Run Sunday She was seventyfive years of age Big Sale at Custer L G Marrs of Custer sold this season 60 tons of Bone Black fertilizer at Garfiield and 15 tons of Homestead Tobacco Grower Convalescents need a large amount of nourish ment in easily digested form Scotts Emulsion is powerful nourish menthighly concentrated It makes bone blood and muscle without putting any tax on the digestion- ALL DRUGGISTS 6Oo AND 100 HITES RUN Rev J F Winchell filled his regular appointment Saturday and Sunday He preached to a large congregation on SundaySunday school is progressing nicol1 with good attendance Mrs Malissa Chapin was the guest of Rev and Mrs J F Winchell n few days last week She returned to Clo verport Wednesday to be the guest of Mr and Mrs L V Chapin Mrs C Payne and children were the guests of his parents at Harned a few days last week Mrs Tom Blythe and children spent a few days with htr sisterinlaw Mrs John Blythe last week Misses Clara Hardin Viola Chapin Alice and Ollie Waggoner met at Mrs A L Ho wards Wednesday afternoon to attend to some church work Mrs Bettie Basham and children and Miss Ollie Hawkins were the guests of Mrs Bashams sister Irs chas Chapin Wednesday night and spent tha day with her brother Richard Hawkins ThursdayMrs Lou Ball is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Samuel Walker this week Tom and Wave Jennings of New Bethel attended Sunday School and church at Hites Run Sunday Wedding bolls are ringing Miss Letitia Chapin is expected home from Glendale Ohio soon Mr Eli Chapin has purchased what is known as the widow Squires farm de ceased adjoining his farm Consisting of 120 acres Consideration 500 Mrs Mary Hawkins who has been ill for several weeks is some better at this writingMr L Waggoner and Richard Hawkins have been attending court this week Dyspepsia is our national ailment Burdock Blood bitters is the national cure for it It strengthens stonach membranes promotes flow of digestive juices purifies the blood builds you up STEPHENSPORT Rev F R Roberts filled his regular appointment here Sunday Scott Bell and family are in Hardins burg Miss Lizzie Blitz of Louisville and Miss Aline Cohen of Cincinnati are the guests of Mrs W J Schoop Mrs M L Roberts was in Owens boro a few days last week Miss Mabel Moorman is the guest of her aunt Mrs M L Roberts G B Cunningham of Chenault passed through town Friday enroute to Irvington to the bedside of his daugh ter Mrs Will Gardner who is quite ill Dr Nevitt and futully have gone to housekeeping in Mrs Mary Paynes ottage on Main street Mr and Mrs S H Dix were in Louisville last week Yandel Sargent is on the sick list P D Hawkins had some fine sheep tilled and crippled Friday night by ome dogs Jake Hanks has been in Hardinsburg for the past two weeks on the jury Mrs E A Blaine is having her home on Main street painted Master Phillip Parrish of Owensboro is the guest of Mrs M L Roberts Geo McCubbics is home from Louis Mlle where he is under treatment with Dr Dunn Ilenrv Plock of Tell City was in town Thursday We were glad to see our riend and neighbor JloverportIAlvin Askins is quite ill with lung roubleMr and Mrs R D Hamilton of mnious were in town Saturday Mort Skillinati of Washington D C is the guest of his brother R S Skill man Mis George Drfckell bnd children returned home from Louisville Saturday evening Mrs M L Roberts has gone to her country home to spend the summer We are enjoying flue strawberries that are being shipped from Tobinsport- Ind Why couldnt some of our farmers give some of their time to berry culture Any skirt itching is a tempertester The more you scratch the worse it itches Doaus Ointment cures piles 3czema any skin itching At all drug stores Attends Friends Funeral Miss Kate Oglesby attended the funer- al1 of Miss Tennie Carlton at Hawes Tille Sunday Miss Carlton died Friday tight after an illness of some time Extend Thanks For Help We desire to return our grateful hanks to all our neighbors and friends who so kindly assisted us in protecting our home from fireJ Burn and Family Back number magazines for sale at the News office n + x + WritshI m + r +FOIL itENTA furnished room In a resl convenient to business purt ot town and depot Apply ut the Newsolllirc iOn HALl PRINTINO Presses and Cutting machlncs lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN OARLE 518 3rd Street Louisville Iv- WANTED0 rood hands to work on turn Cull on Peter C Smith 011 road or on R L Nawsom at his office BANKOF CLOVERPORT Incorporated 1903 o CapitalSurplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Safe Sound and- Conservative n Small 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Order today as subscription will start with issue of day order is received No back numbers can bo sent Or you can have the Breckenridge News for Six Months and either of the above Dailies until December 1 for only 150 This special campaign offer is in effect only during Juno July and August and no subscriptions will be received at the reduced rate after August 31 under any circumstances Send your subscription orders to this papernot to the Courier Journal or Times i i 4 I tlfflfki i f l4 iful5fgiIl-w II t w STANLEY AND DALZELL 1 W tJ t By Savoyard Some three or four weeks ago the agricultural appropriation bill was un der consideration In committee of theIi wholo in the houso of representatives and on March 26 Mr Stanley of Kentucky got the floor and proceeded toI reply to a very able speech by Mr Dal zell some time earlier In which thet accomplished statesman from Pennsyl vania undertook to contrast Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson much to the disparagement of the latter and much to the credit of the former Mr Dalzell got his history of the New England schoolthe Harvard se Henry Adams Henry Cabot Lodge Theodore Roosevelt and so on not to forget William E Curtis and Edward- S Ellis and it made the sedate thinker from Pitts burg ordinarily so wary and so accurate a very credulous per son Wo seo the somewhat similar effect when the brilliant mind of Ger trude Athorton contemplates Hamilto- and Jefferson through tho same his tone specs Owsloy Stanleys reply to Dnlzelll was crushing and conclusive H painted the two men Hamilton and Jefferson precisely as they were and placed them precisely whore authentic history will put them the Virginia- the wisest of political philosophers the West Indian the most brilliant of political adventurers Many of Stan leys political friends tried to dissuade him from the encounter They did not know much about Hamilton and Jef hereon but they know a deal of Joh Dalzell whose conclusions they had never embraced but whose statement- of facts they had never challenged I Stanley did not dare to enter the lists without being armed capapie and he spent a week of almost cease less investigation night and day He searched fifty volumes and drew from manuscripts in the national library and the state department When he began the Democrats were apprehen alvo and the Republicans confident A few minutes the Democrats were san game and the Republicans confused Both were astonished Never before in more than 100 years of history making had the American congress Gene the two great fathers of Ameri can politics as they were and as they will be estimated by the future Gibbon orHumeAlexander Hamilton was born a British subject in the insignificant stand of Nevis in the West Indies His father was a Scotchman and his mother a French woman In his earli est youth he gave earnest of the splendid genius of which nature had endowed him Ere he was twenty he was the first political controversialist In the colony of New York whether With tongue or pen His motto might Lave been Why then the worlds mine oyster Which I with mind will open AB a political writer he was greater than Paine and little inferior to Burke As an orator he was perhaps keoond to Henry only of the Revolu tionary generation Had he gone to London he would have been capable of filling a bigger place In English any tools than the younger Pitt Had he ftobe to France and escaped the Terror be might have been second to Napoleon Bonaparte alone an honest Talley rand a more fortunate Masaona Instead Hamilton came to America and assumed the role of Hampden He opposed Lord North not for the tax be levied so much as the principle it Involved It was a little bit of a tax a great piece of folly on the part of the ministry though not oppressive but If allowed to be a precedent it was In the power of the crown to make serfs of the colonists Hamilton entered the army and became the sec Rheumatism Do you want to get rid of it If so take Dr Miles Nervine modified as di rected in pamphlet around bottle In addition to the direct curative properties it has a soothing effect up on the nervous system by which the rheumatic pains are controlled and rest and sleep assured It has made many cures of this painful disease some of them after years of suffering If it will youIf cated write us for advice it costs you nothing and may save you prolonged sufferingI crippled that I could scarcely walk After having my shoes mantotoI began to have pains all through my system My doctor told ma I had an acute attack of Inflammatory rheumatism I read about Dr Mlles Nervlne bought a bottle and I com eatnced to get better from the start and for the past six months have carcely any pain and am able to walk as well ac ever JAB H SANDERS P O Box 5 Rockaway N J Yeur druflflUt tells Dr Mlles Nervy flits and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only If It falls t benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkart Ind rotary of the comnianaerlnchief and In the field he was as daring as he was able In the forum That archflatterer and matchless scoundrel Talleyrand declared that Hamilton was greater than Napoleon or Fox which is all bosh but Hamiltons eulogists are tho surd enough to take what the unscru pulous French miscreant said for hisI real opinion Well might the shade of Hamilton pray to be delivered from American history as she is writ Hamilton is actually held up as the father of the constitution when the one thing for which he had more contempt than for that instrument was the Articles of Confederation which it supplanted As for patriotismthe real stuff not the brand described by Walpole Hamilton had none and it was Impossible for him to have any having expatriated himself at the age tof sixteen years The patriotism that springs from the heart and fills the soul is not a plant that can be carried from clime to clime The patriot Is made of the boy that plays around the spring gambols in the orchard re clines In the shade of trees in happy boyhood It is catching in the schoolroom as it is imparted from ur andnaround the playground Washington and Henry Adams and Putnam Rut SolPhilipeSchuyler These wereII Native and to the manor born But Hamilton the adventurer was thensentiments that wore natural to these men Hamilton mode one great speech In the constitutional convention and thenI he disappears but the romancers one of whom makes him a compound ScipionAfrlcamiB nay that Hamilton wrought constitutions i In the background True his writings secured the adoption of the constltuIj tlon after Madison Elsworth Sherman and company had made it but it was not that he believed in the constitution or loved It but that he thought it bet ter than the articles of confederation because It lodged more power in the federal establishment I As the secretary of the treasury InI Washingtons cabinet he was at greatest He had the gift of hiliI zatlon and he brought order out of chaos but he had too much mental integrity or mental pride to pretend that the protective system was not a hardship on the people And Mr Stanley quoted from him some guage that sounds marvelously InnII ocratic on the tariff question Mr Dalzell made this declaration He certainly is a bold man who in the face of history contends today that the permanent policies which have entered into the statutes and character of our nation are not the policies dictated by Hamilton and his followersAnd that Mr Stanley retorted Here my temerity may argue more than my judgment but I deny It There never was a deduction more ab solutely unfounded hurled defiantly Into the teeth of history What were the policies of Alexander HamiltonHe 1 have had a president for lifehe Is elected every four years He would have senators during good behaviorthey serve a fixed and definite term of six years He would have the executive arm ed with an absolute vetoyou can by twothirds majority annul that veto He would have muzzled free speech Jefferson opened the deliberations of this house to the naked view and can did criticism of a free and untram meled press He defended the alien and sedition lawsthey are repealed He founded a national batIkIt Is demolished All his cherished and vaunted schemes are gone glimmering in the dream of things that were exploded fallacies they litter the debris of history- I challenge the gentleman from Pennsylvania to give me one single solitary policy of Hamilton which was ever crystallized Into law that lived His policies are gone his followers are dead There are only left his apologists and his eulogists It Jefferson had not come back from France when he did it is more than possible that the colonies would have sought tho protection of England and that would have resulted In a return of allegiance to the British flag When the French revolution came it was hailed with approval by the best of the intellectual world including Ed mund Burke Charles James Fox Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Paine It was the revolt of liberty against despotism the long dolayed triumph of light over darkness but In the compensations of human affairs the atrocities of the Terror were commen surate with the centuries of enormities that privilege had perpetuated In France and there was a revulsion of public opinion Even Burke became the most formidable of all the adver sarles of the revolution he had ap plauded Hamilton agreed with Burke and so did a far greater than Hamil toneven George Washington There was actual war between France and tho United States and nu merous battles fought on the water between the two powers Washington was again appointed commanderln chief and chose Hamilton as his chief lieutenant England and France were In a death grapple Had war been declared and waged for a year It is morally certain that British rule would have been reestablished In our coun try Jefferson prevented that war and by that act he saved the Union Mr Dalzell had tho temerity to chal lenge the conduct of Jefferson In theII acquisition of Louisiana andassejtfid IIt that the tnTng was accomplished 1n spite of Jefferson And now It was that the Lord delivered the accom pushed Pennsylvanlan Into the hands of the brilliant Kentuckian Stephen A Douglas In reply to Seward did not tower above his adversary more gigantically than did Stanley over Dal zell It was this part of the speech that showed what a genius for research is possessed by the gifted ora tor from the Second Kentucky district It is too long to quote One must read it entirely to get a proper conception of it It Is not at all remarkable I Mr Dalzell was content to allow thatII the debate Is a closed Incident Every Intelligent onlooker In our political Vienna should read Dalzells speech and then read Stanleys reply When Stanley came to discuss the I duel between Burr and Hamilton he put an entirely new phase on the con troversy Hamilton was a believer in the code He was on the field as Laurens second In tho duel with Gen eral Charles Lee He sought a quarrel with John Adams that could have been settled according to his Ideas of per sonal honor only on the field He challenged James Monroe and would have fought him If Aaron Burr had not lent his good offices and composed the difference without a hostile meeting i On the field of Weehawken ho do layed the giving of tho word till he could wipe his glasses to motto his vision clearer and yet we are told that his intention was to fire in the air For years he had assailed Burr and for years Burr held his peace Hamiltons eulogists tell us that he accepted Burrs call to tho field because the standards of those days made it imperative that ho should do so To that Stanley made this inexor able retort- I agree that wo should not judge the duelist of that day by the standard of this But there is no logic by which i Iyou can pardon tho acceptor of a chal lenge and condemn the sender By that barbarous code he who was charg with an infamous offense could not clear his skirts by proving its falsity To prove the charge false and to fail to resent It was to aggravate the Im putation of cowardice in that day more odious than vice or crime Th sable perverted public opinion whlci1 I necessitated the acceptance forced tin sending of a challenge Could a retort be more conclusive If Hamilton was a martyr of the bar barons code when 1 he accepted it nee essarlly follows that Burr was also p- I martyr when it required him to send the challenge Those fond of the brilliant the or nate the exuberant the splendid can find it in these passages with whicli Stanley closed his speech For centuries neither the telescope of the astronomer nor the researches of science could solve the mystery of that misty light that glimmering gos earner encircling the brow of night at last the spectrum revealed In this nebula unborn worlds held In a shim mering gauze revolving masses of In candescent gas cooling through the passing cycles of time growing denser without shrinking within forming smoky concentric circles a whirling luminous fog congealing into molten rings drawn by their own gravity into rude globes and these spinning spheres shaped by the plastic hand ofI Divinity like clay upon a potters wheel into planets and their satel lites new solar systems swinging for the first time into their orbits in the trackless fathomless depths above Thus God peoples the heavens with radiant worlds- I have fancied that those daring bands of exiles forgotten by one world and lost In the dark wilds of another living and dying in Ignoranoe of the mighty destiny of their childrens chil dren conscious only that they were trocI have fancied that He with whom a thousand years are as a day or a watch In the night when It Is passed saw an unborn and puissant nation through all the mists of mis ery persecution and death through which succeeding generations paslletlI DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sue to know of the wonderful by Dr SwampRoot kidney liver remedy the great medl of the nine century dis after years of research by Kilmer the eml kidney and blad specialist and is wonderfully promptly curing lame back kidney uric acid trou bles and Brlghts which Is the worst form of kidney Dr Kilmers Is not recommended for Thecures If you havekid ney liver or It will be found Just the remedy you IIt has been tested In so many ways in work In private practice among too poor to pur chase relief and so successful in every case that a arrangement ha been made by of this pacr who have not It may have a sample bottle sent mall also a book telling more about and how to find out if you have or bladder trouble When writing this generous offer In this paper send your address t Dr Kilmer Co hamton N Y made regular fifty cent and Home of SrampRoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont makq any mistake but remember th name SwampHoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y 01 ever bottle I first to Independence Then to tho Inas tery of the land and sea In the vast womb of the wilderness the colonies took form though vary ing in their orbits and splendor but they differed only as one star differs from another star In glory In the hour of destiny each found Its own place about the great central power to which like the planets they were eternally bound yet forever separate The fathers I declare to you heard the voice of God when they covered this continent with states even as the starsIand the state The state dissevered from her sisters Is lost even as a planet wrenched from Its moorings comet like becomes the wandering vagrant of the skies Either drawn by the compelling gravity of a central force Into Its mighty vortex is annihilated by the power which should have been the source of light and life From the chaos bt disunion and the wreck of centralization may he who ordained long preserve this constella tion of states Let no new Hamilton arise to din turb or destroy their exquisite bal ance harmonious distinct indissoluble they shall remain eternal as the revolving stars For years and years the dogmatism of Hamiltons eulogists has dominated American public thought I only wish that Owsloy Stanley would take time to elaborate this splendid speech of his and offer it to some leading maga tine It would carry confusion into every Hamilton camp and shake the walls of Harvard College themselves Tired nerves with that no ambition feeling that is commonly felt in spring or early f summer can be easily and quickly alterated by taking what is known to druggists everywhere as 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 tho winter time the circulation often slows up the Kidneys are inactive Iud even the Heart in many cases glows de cidedly weaker = Dr Hhoops Restora tic is recognized everywhere as a gen uine tonic to thefe vital organs It builds up and strengthens the wornout weakened nerves it sharpens the failing appetite and universally aids diges tion it always quicklyI brings renewed strength life vigor and ambition Try it and be convinced Sold by all dealers Paris In 1775 Crime was so rife In the good tot Paris In the year 1773 that half a dozen corpses were shown most morn- Ings in the morgue and nets were lowered each night from the Pont Neuf to catch the persons thrown over by the cutthroats Yet the punishments were by no means lenient and Jekyll gives a horrible description of how he had seen a criminal broken on the wheel without stirring from the bal cony of his own apartment when Monsieur de Paris discharged the duty of his office in bag wig and rut then and bleu poudre When you think of Indigestion think of Kodol for it is without a doubt the only preparation that completely di gests all classes of food And that is what you need when you have Indiges tion or stomach troublesomething that will act promptly but thoroughly some thing that will get right at the trouble and do the very work itself for the stom ach by digesting the food that you eat and that is Kodol It is pleasant to take It is sold by all druggists The Evil Eye The evil eye was one of the many superstitions that at one time beset humanity In the time of Its Ignorance It was believed throughout the middle ages that certain persons had the pow er of cursing you by their glances of subjecting you to the fascination which unopposed blighted and destroyed you Amulets of various forms were used against this much dreaded power BB well as certain practices such as laugh Ing spitting and turning a somersault New York American The Most Common Cause of Suffering Rheumatism causes more pain aud 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 relief from pain which is at first tem porary has become permanent while in old people subject to chronic rheuma tism often brought on by dampness or change in the weather a permanent cure cannot be expected the relief from pain which this liniment affords is alone worth many times Its cost 25 and 60 cent sizes for sale by Severs Drug Co Pretty Dad Boston BillIm getting weary of this blase nomadic peripatetic exist ence Arent you pal Omaha Red aft er recovering Wbyeryou see Bill It never struck me In dat light before Is It really as bad as all datPuck Art Appreciation You Americans dont appreciate art said the man from abroad We dont eh rejoined the earnest patriot Why we pay some opera singers more than we do baseball play ersI Exchange Learn to unlearn what you have learned amiss German Proverb I I ICondensed140 IIollrvington Kyat the close business Loans and ItE OUHCE8IOverdrafts 46011 Due from bans und bunkers 11 OM 45 Bunking house and lot 4 000 00 Gush on hand 7 345 uS Furniture and fixtures 100000 gig514506 March Capital profits II ICusterI RESOURCESLoans 21Due54Cash020025Furniture31 462 00 2 I 00AI smss m mmNa 9 The Old BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured every Interest paid on time deposits Business great and smallsolicited a uN ab 4 4e4 J The Bank of Trust 5000000- B BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Cskritlge Does a General Banking Business Acts Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss byFire orBurglary tN+ 4 N N NNN 4 o+ THE I Fifth Avenue I Louisville Ky I PIKE CAMPBELL MgriU 3025 LIABILITIESI CashierFRelia- bleBRECKINRIDQE verylatest Hardinsburg- and CompanyCA- PITAL BeardDrand HOTEL The most onlI theatres tremI neat pariI The Carlsbad of America French Lick and West Baden Springs Ind Now reached by direct of the Southern Railway 7 20 am 2 20 pm Rockport 7 15 2 15 pm 41 Cannelton 7 am 2 15 pm II Tell City 7 25 am 2 22 pm 11 Troy 735 am 232 pm Arrive French Lick10 20 5 pm Arrive West BadenIO 30 am 555 Daily Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT DAYS Evansville to French Lick3RockportIt I 2 52 Cannelton 2 72 Tell City 2 Troy 2 44 D P A Ind C Beam Jr A G P A St Louis Mo Weak women should read my Book No 4 For Women It was written expressly for women who are not 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 Racine Wie The Night Cure is sold all dealers Didnt Get the Reward A Jeweler hung a watch In his win dow and labeled It Look at this watch for 10 shillings And the unsophis ticated gentleman who stared at the article and then went In and wanted the 10 shillings had to get down on the floor with the jeweler and roll over and under him a number of times be fore he could made to understand that he couldnt have any 10 shillings London Telegraph A Living Skeleton is the final condition of any child that has wormsif it lives Think of hav ing something in your that eats all you take as nourishment Nine tenths of the babies have worms maybe yours bas Be certain that it has not by giving It Whiles Cream Yermtfujfe it worms and is a tonic for the baby Price 25 cents Sold by R Fisher lJi 31 1908 I IILIABILITIES stock paid In f20 000 00 Surplus and undivided IfJS M Due banks 00 Deposits 40 H93 53 g73 545 00 Deposits Undivided I u in 4 + F Cashier as e4 A centrally located and firstclass hotel In the city I200 rate Only one block from the shopplnRldlstrlct and two blocks Ithe principal Street cars pass thedoor to ot the city- Everything Iand iclean m line Leave Evansville am 15 am 45 pm Except 30 16 60 stomach expels all To West Baden3 20 it 2 56 2 76 II 264II 248 E Stratton Evansville J by be all LII TABLEEAST No 118 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport PoiatonlyMNoCloverportstationsarrivesmTrainCloveratLouisvilleaccommodatlon WEST BOUND coacmmodatlonleaveswaystationsTrain No 111 Daily fast mail and express atHawesvilleStanley Hendenon and Evansville arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p stationsNo train loaVes Olo AMHawesvilleOwensboroonlyChairbetweenLouisvillesleepingcars lJdStFordsville Branch EAST BOUND leavesFordsvllloi a mTrain leavesFordsvlllemTrain No 0 Sunday only Fordvllio630 a m IrvlnR ton 803 a m WEST BOUND leaveslrvlngOnpmTrain l 6S0pmTry the News Want Column I u L- hoo fr m i 15he Fighting Chance room once or twice turned holdln out his broad hand Goodby he said Harrington Is about due at my olllcc QuarrIer will probably turn up tonight I am not vindictive I shall bo Just with them as Just as I know how which is to be as merciful as I dare be Goodby Blward When he had gone Slward lay back In his chair very still eyes closed A faint color had mounted to his face and remained there It was late in the afternoon when ho went downstairs using his crutches lightly Gumble handed him a straw hat and opened the door and Siward cautiously descended the stoop stood for a few moments on the sidewalk looking up at the blue sky then wheel ed and slowly made his way toward Washington square The avenue was deserted Ills own house appeared to be the only remaining house still open In all that old fashioned but respecta ble quarter- A cab driven smartly passed through the park the horses feet slapping the asphalt till the echoes rattled back from the marble arch He followed It Idly with his eyes up Fifth avenue saw it suddenly halt In the middle of the street saw a woman spring out stand for a moment talking to her companion then turn and look toward the square She stood so long and she was so far Away that he presently grew tired of Thatching her A dozen ragged ur chins were prowling around the foun tale casting sidelong glances at n dis tant policeman But it was not hot enough that evening to permit the children to splash In the water and the policeman drove them off Poor little devils said Slward to himself and he rose adjusted his crutches and started through the park I Mr Slward f with a vague Idea of seeing what could be doneAs ho limped onward the sun level In his eyes he heard some body speak be- hInd him but did not catch the words or apply the hall to himself Then Mr Slward came the low breathless voice at his His heart stopped aselbowII sun had dazzled his e turned on his crutches he could not see clearly for a second That past ho looked at Sylvia looked at her out stretched hand took It mechanically Btlll staring at her with only a dazed iinbelief in his eyes J I am In town for n day she said Leila Mortimer and I were driving uptown from the bank when we sb v you and the next thing that happened was me on Fifth avenue running aft er youno the next thing was my flying leap from the hansom and my standing there looking down the street and across the square whore you sat Then Leila told me I was probably Continued Next We- ekHEMORRHOIDS SORES AND ECZEMA Accompanied by Terrible Itching A Complicated and Most Distress ing CaseWellknown Remedies Failed to CureDoctor Thought an Operation NecessaryThen CUTICURA PROVED ITS WONDERFUL EFFICACY I Ul am now eighty years old and ono morning three years ago I was taken with a hard pain In my right side In two days I had an attack ot plies hemorrhoids bleeding and protruding rhe doctor gavo me some medicine and jan ointment for them which heloed mo some but I had to keep using them all the time Then I changed to the p remedy but if I did not use it every day I would get worse The doctor enfa the only help for mo was to go to Atathis time about a year ago I went to using tho sremedies I tried them for four or five months but did not got mumy piles During this time sores would come on a fleshy part allothe time I would get ono healed and another would come These sores changed to eczema accompanied by a terrible itching It seemed as if- tearing I could not keep my hands from my flesh This and the pile trouble brought on an inflamed condition Then I not the Cutloura Remedies I washed the affected parts with Cutlcum Soap and warm water In the morning at noon and at night then used Cutt cure Ointment on tiho Irritated surfaces and injected a quantity of Cutl cura Ointment with a Cutlcura Sup pository Syringe I also took Cut cura Resolvent Pills three times a day It took a this treatment to set mein monthfairly healthy state and then I treated myself once a layfor throe months and after that once or twice a week It Is fortunate that I used Cutl euro The treatments I had tried took a lot of money that I would have saved by using Cutlcura Remedies sooner but I am wiser now I am supplied wIth a full set of tha Cutlcuro Remedies and would not feel safe without them O H Henderson Hopkinton st Law rence Co N Yf Apr 20 1007 Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humorofinfants Children and Adults con etsta of CUticura Boap 1110 to Cleanse the Skin and CUticura Ointment 600 to heal the Skin the form of Chocolate coated Pills25cpervialQ60 to Purify the Blood- also the CUticura SUWOlltIOIY Syringe 3Iio BOh- dIe thfOUthout the workl Potter Drug ok Chem Corp Dluasessa I ifcV More proof that Lydia E Pink hams vegetable Compound saves woman from surgical operations GardinorMaineI was a great sufferer from female Vegetablethreemonths physiciandeolaredlutely necessary CloybournoI suffered from female troubles a tumor and much Inflammation Two of the best doctors in Chicago decided that an operation was necessary to save my life Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound entirely cured me without an operation FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills and has pqsitivelycured thousands ol women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulceration fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear ingdown feeling flatulency indilfcs prostrationWhyMrs Plnkham invites all sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Mass ROADMAKING EXPERIMENT Long Island Town to Use Native Stone From Sound Shore as Foundation The town board of Riverhead N Y has decided to make an experiment road building and it isnt going to have the experiment on a crossroad or In the woods somewhere but right on a busy part of Multi street in the heart of the business section At a recent meeting it voted to spend not over 1000 to rebuild that section of Main street between Roanoke ave nue and the Congregational church us ing native stone gathered from the sound shore a few miles distant for the bed of the road and the usual crushed trap rock for top dressings This road is now a deplorable mud hole It is believed the native stone which is of the proper size without crushing will be fully equal to mac adam material brought from points distant to Long Island and If it proves sufficient for the needs road building In Riverhead town will be greatly cheap ened It is Interesting to note also in this connection that under the new dog tax SPREADING TRAP BOCK law the town has so far received near ly enough money from the canines to pay for this improvement The dogs have brought in 900 net If using the native stone proves sat isfactory the experiment will have a wider Influence than merely local for there is u great quantity of material that can be gathered at an almost nom inal cost and utilized on roads in other towns Rlverheads highway commissioner has also been authorized to ascertain the cost of a stone crusher Possibly Riverhead will buy one and not only make Its own macadam material of both coarse and flue sizes but also make some to sell to other towns us ing the rocks along tho sound shore for the purpose Some think it would not only provide a way to get better highways for Rlverhead at a moderate cost but would be a paying investment through the sale of the macadam Maintenance of Macadam Roads No macadam road Is going to be permanent unless you keep tho coar ser stones covered up A floor will never wear out If you keep It carpeted and just the same treatment will keep the road from wearing out Carpet It patch It but patch It and carpet It with the same kind of material as it Is mado of crushed stoneand not with mud frqwtho shoulders or ditches A hlguway commissioner or pathmastcr who will scrape a lot of mud on top of a gravel or stono road ought to be the center of attraction at the rear end of four mules standing at different angles and be kicked into a cocked hat to be worn on tho head of some bad roads enthusiast that the enthusiast may bo known of all men for what he really Isa dunce Every contractor should be required to leave at lhcgstflyQpublcyardsof stone chips r to the mile not oust hut chips measuring from oneeighth inch to threequarters inch and whenever there is a depression that will hold a quart of water put in a quart of stone and a little more If this Is done three or four times a year over all your macadam roads you will be surprised how little it costs to keep them In repair However if allowed to get out of repair you will be as much surprised to see how quickly they will go to pieces The best way Is if you do not intend to keep them In perfect repair dont ever payout the money to build them It Reached the Spot Mr E 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 flOc and 1 Trial bottle free Imaginary Conversations Charles I of England and Louis XVI of France were discussing varl ous methods of execution at the club house of the Associated Shades socie ty nnd Charles frankly confessed that his had hurt him It wasnt the ax so much as the thought that there at the last minute I was cut by ono of my own former employees he observed Youd have thought hed never met me before The guillotine was absolutely pain less said Louis Youd hardly be Hevo It but It is true that I didnt oven know the thing had happened until next morning when I started to brush my hair and discovered that my head was gone It was the shock of that discovery really that killed me Ananias and Baron Munchauscn were so affected by this story that they left the clubhouse weeping John Kendrick Bangs In Harpers 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 Shoips 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 bjood pressure congestion Stop that pressure wits Dr Shoops Headache Tablets and pain is instantly gone 20 Tablets 25c Sold by all dealers Cause of tRain In Moving Pictures Moving picture films are practically spoiled long before their life of useful ness should end because of the rain which blots out the clearness This injury comes from the continuous winding and rewinding of the film through the machine at the rate of a foot a second forming static electricity I The electricity attracts all the particles of dust and dirt floating In the atmosphere to the films and In pull Ing the film up tight these particles PopulaiMechanics Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffes Substitute was re cently produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Vis Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Dr Shoops Health Coffee is nude from pure toasted trains with milt nuts etc Really it would fool an expert who might d ink it for Coffee No 20 or 50 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute says the doctor Sold by J C Nolte Bro Didnt Know Poe The editor of a New York magazine told me recently that to test the equip ment of the employees of his establish ment he passed among them a type written manuscript of one of Poes stories bearing the title and name of the author It looked as If it had just been submitted for publication An opinion regarding the literary merits of the manuscript was solicited from the mail clerks and stenographers of the publishing plant Forty young people made reply None of them recog nized the name of Poe but all of them had opinions to express the majority concluding that tho story was not up to the literary standards of the maga alneUncle Remus Magazine When the baby is cross and has yon worried and worn out you will find that a little Cascasweet the well known remedy for babies and children will quiet the little one in a short time The Ingredients are printed plainly on the bottle Contains no opiates Sold by all druggists Hanging Pictures Dangerous Railroad casualties receive such wide publicity said an Insurance man recently that there Is a common belief on the part of the public that one Is more liable to accidents while tray eling than when living the simple life In the confines of his home As a mat ter of cold fact statistics show that accident insurance companies pay more losses to people who get Injured In tholr own homes or on their promises than they do to people hurt In railway accidents Insurance companies pay more money to people who get hurt hanging pictures or taking stoves apart than they do to the victims of head on collisions It sounds strange but Its the truth Kansas City Journal J SMART STYLES Gray Green a Smart Summer Color A Stunning Hat Gray green In all kinds of attractive materials Is being made up Into pretty summer dresses A charming little taf feta silk of this cool color has an ac cordion plaited skirt Into which is in set n band eight Inches wide of pompa dour silk The Jumper bodice has bre telles of this silk edged with black satinA lovely hat is of the ubiquitous sail or shape in white chip with the entire crown hidden In a bower of rhododen dron blossoms in pale shades of pink blue and cream Mingled with the flowers are dainty fronds of maiden hair fern Many of the linen suits have coats braided with white soutache In ageo I A NEW SHIRT WAIST 3992 A pattern of this waIst may be had in seven sizes from 32 to 44 Inches bust measure Send 10 cents to this office gIv- Ing number 3332 and it will be promptly forwarded to you by mall metrical design These coats are ex- pensIve to buy but it is easy for the needlewoman to work one for herself They launder beautifully and are smart The shirt waist seen in the illustra tion is a tailored affair laid in plaits reaching from the shoulder to waist on either side of the front Two shallow plaits extend over the shoulders JUDIC CHOLLET FASHION NEWS Picturesque Evening GownsA Quaint Childs Bonnet Evening gowns are delightfully pic turesque and the sleeves are things of special beauty They are almost Inva- rIably of tho thinnest materials and are arranged in such a manner that they permit the whole to be seen even when they pretend to drape It A quaint little childs hat is of pink tuscan straw bonnet shaped nnd bent Into a scallop In front On each side of the brim Is a bunch of tiny pink flow ers The crown Is encircled with mes saline ribbon of the same shade tied in rosettes ending in long ribbon streamers to be tied under the chin Some of the newest veils have ring embroidered dots while others are merely a double thread net and still others are plain net with a border of fancy net or ribbon Some of the new skirts are lined with soft crepe de chIne and are worn without any petticoats The umbrella cvTUCKED BLOUSE 3994 A pattern of this shirt waist may be had In seven sizesirom 32 to 44 Inches bust measure Send 10 cents to this of fice giving number 3994 and It will be promptly forwarded to you by mall shape at the foot Is quite unpopular In fact the skirts if anything curve Inward at the foot line Hats are smaller and much more piquant The plain unbroken line of the basin has been displaced by the smart little twist to one side and the straight military trimming of algret and quill Especially pretty Is the arrangement of tucks in this blouse The ones In the center front are stitched the full length of the waist and have the effect of a vest while the short ones at the shoul ders give a pretty fullness JUDIO QHOLLET Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or busipees i If you do you li may find just what you need in this department If you are interest v ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners a 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 enablingbuyers i 7 Jno D Babbage venueWeUR 1 750IW acres on lardinsburg and3 f Malls of Sinking road 2 miles from Samplo Improvements dwelling and a good big barn HO acros la oak and beech timberBeech beILimestonelandtobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments FOR SALEA splendid stand for a druggist physician in a good town surrounded JustthestepIntoAn old established physician wants to retire Is the reason for soiling For further partic ulars address JNO V BAHDAGE Clover port Ky R7 950 352 acres on Hardlnsburg and 4O r Falls Of sinking road 2 miles onestorydwalllnKsblacksmith sbop 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 I C 6001 acres situated 1H miles from 3 Joins Gabe Pierce Ridge land In good shape good feuclup one good dwel llug house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn pondsThIsacres In timber white oak sugar tree and beech balance cleared Plenty of good fruit Good road to 8tephel1port miles and good road to Ilolt 1H wiles This farm Is not worn out It is good land and In good fix Just the farm for a man with a small family Cheapest In Price of- SubscrIption be in of in of is The Lion A lion tamer over his sup per talked shop The timid lion the only I fear he said The fierce lion my Joy What a show ho the people fdr their his great face in his teeth and to strike me with his paw he goes his and the held a sus half half that tho big brute will chew me up their eyes e 800 and 182 acres 6 miles from oaCloverportIraprovomonts feetand500 bearing trees and 150 young trees 4u acresIn timber KrlliJ8balanceTwoneverGoodlimestoneandwheati Onethirdcash850 72 acre farm from Cii 4 ver port on wort and Dow smalldwellingshouse and corn crib One good cistern and i sUlphursprlnKwoods 7 acres In Raised 20000pounds In 1000 sold It at is and2 On six acres the wood land there are tarmforuncuttlmoor Thisis 1- I small farm Sales A A stand storefstock of goods good will etc yearPost120 per year Three miles from station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with goodbusinessJNO CJoverport Ky Middle Ridge Poultry Yards I Single Comb White Leghorns Bred to Lay Strain Eggs per 15- S2 00 per 50 300 per 100 J MRS J H PAYNE TOBINSORT IND Phone 134 Box 20 Complete and Accurate In Kentuckys Fearless Newspaper I greatest Presidential campaign of this generation will soon in full swing Just now is a interesting fight on for the nominations Are you touch with the trend events both parties Are acquainted with H the qualifications the various candidates No newspaper in Kentucky is better fitted to publish complete reports during the Presidential campaign Its reputation for fairness is supreme You must have a daily inewspaper Our clubbing arrangement very attractiveII The Breckenridge NewsA- ND M a The Louisville Herald fi Both One Year for 300 Timid midnight is one pugnacious Is gives money hideously wrinkling dreadful snarls gnashing threatening through tricks audience Is In delicious pense hoping fearing maybe before Cloverport lover orchard of tobacco J8 of 6000 Year splendid business house about railroad D BABBAGE 100 jr Most News The there most you Growling Yes the ncrcc iiou naauce n nsrs attractive turn But the timid one liThe timid lion just when you want to give your best show will whimper with terror at the crack of the whip and slink oft to the farthest corner of the care and turning its back to you lie down and bury Its face in Its paws Gehenna l But say do you know what Ive been known to dot Ive been known to dope up timid Hong YI sir Doped them up till they were maniacal Thats dangerous too Batty like that they might do for youNew Orleans WmesDemoorat IIIlt1tII d t r r r MARRIED YESTERDAY Miss Stella Landrith And Mr Emery Smith of Mitchell Ind United in Marriage Yesterday afternoon Miss Stella Lan drith and Mr Emory Smith of Mitchell Ind were married at the brides home in Hardinsburg at 4 oclock They will leave this morning for Mitchell to make their home 11r1Jwoman CARD OF THANKS ONE CENT PER WORD As has been stated in the columns of the News the price of card of thanKS is one cent a word Obituaries the same price Do not ask us ts print this class of matter free Does your subscription expire this week If so renew at once Do not miss a copy of the News YJ WEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY A Library in One Book Besides an accurate prac tical and scholarly vocabu lary of English enlarged with 25000 NEW WORDS tho International contains a History of tho English Language Guido to Pro nunciation Dictionary of Fiction Now Gazotteer of tho World Now Biograph ical Dictionary Vocabulary of Scripturo Names Greek and Latin Names andEng lish Christian Names For eign Quotations Abbreviations Metric System Etc S3HO Puce GOOO lUiintratloni SHOULD YOU NOT OWN SUCH A BOOK IBHTKUS tOLLKGUTE Ul TIoNA r Ijirg Nt of oar RbridtfmMiU lUeul r and Tin PalFAlotion HlBlaffM 140311Inuntionr Writ for Dirtionarr WrintlraFr- O C MERRIAM CO Springfield Mass GET TIlE BEST HIDDEN DANGERS Nature Gives Timely Warnings That No Cloverport Citizen Can Affurd to Ignore Danger signal No1 comes from the kidney secretions They will warn you when the kidneys are sick Well kidney excrete a clear amber fluid Sick kidneys send out a thin pale and foamy or a thick red ill smelling urine full of sediment and irregular of passage Danger signal No2 comes from the back Back pains dull and heavy or sharp and acute tell you of sick kidney and warn you of the approach of dropsy diabetes and Brights disease Doan Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys and curl them permanently Heres Cloverpor proofWilliam Johnson Cloverport Ky says Doans Kidney Pills in my case proved to be a very reliable remedy and It have no hesitency in recommending them For six years my kidney s troubled me The secretions were much too frequent in action and whet illowed to stand contained a sediment I was forced to rise several times during the night and as a result my rest was greatly disturbed My back ached everely particularly at night and in the morning I would be so lame and sore that I could scarcely get around Whenever I contracted the slightest told it settled on my kidneys and made ay suffering more intense Doans Cidney Pills profured at Fisherss drug tore have given me great relief from hese troubles and I can give them my ndorsement knowing them to be a- very reliable remedy For sale by all dealers Price 50 ents FosterMilburn Co BuffaloNew York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansand take no other A 0 U W Delegate Chas Jackson of this city was in ouisville last week attending the A OI U W grand lodge He was sent as n delegate from the Cloverport Chapter No 42 and had a most beneficial visit For stomach troubles biliousness and nstipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Many remarkable cures have been effected by them Price 25 cents Samples free For sale by Severs Drug Co Mrs R Williams returned Monday from iI Stephensport 1 CUPIDS MANY MYSTIC WAYS Mr Eskridge And Miss Pearl Muffett Marry Separate Marry And Separate Agnin Then Are Remarried LAST WEDDING YESTERDAY Hardinsburg Ky May 25 Special Peyton Eskridge and Miss Pearl Mul fett each of whom on last Saturday secured a divorce dissolving former matrimonial bonds were united in mar riage this afternoon in the Count Court Clerks office The ceremony was performed by the Rev J H Lennon Rumor has it that these people wer first married to each other but finding the matrimonial sea somewhat rough of navigation they became legally separ ated through the efforts of attorney V G Babbage several years ago At i a later date Mr Eskridge married again as did his divorced wife Upon finding roublous waters in this second venture each disembarked with a legal separ ition last SaturdayMrBabbage securing the divorces The If at first you dont succeed try try again motto was in their minds and acting upon its advice they launched he matrimonial ship for the third voyage today officered by the same crew ailed on the first voyage Heres to their smooth sailing a lifelong voyage and a continuous stream of unbroken happiness Both For 3 The Breckenridge News and Daily ouisville Herald both one year for 3 Send in your subscription if you want them as this offer may be canceled at ny time DeWitts Little Early Risers are small safe sure and gentle little pills Sold by all druggists New Book By Carson The Romance of the Reaper is a splendid new book that has just been received in the News office It was written for the farmers of the U S whose energy and progressiveness 1have made this wonderstory come true r La r Get Ready forthe NextFair September 1 2 and 3 Get ready for the FIRST DAY An extra effort to make the first day attractive I Running and Trotting Races Every Day J w Mr Pate at Kingswood Will Pate foreman ot the Cloverpor Foundry has been at Kingswood this week installing machinery in the canning factory BIG CIRCUS John Robinsons Shows at Cannelto Wednesday June 10 Indications Bre that a large crowd will attend from here Very low excursion rates will bt in affect on all railroads The Show under the management of John Robinson is enjoying Its eighty seventh year of prosperity and is one of the foremost amusement attractions of America if not in the world It numbers among its arenic favorites some of the most expensive and best acts that money can procure The Capt French troupe of America Calvairymen- in expert feats of daring and original lorsamanship James Dutton Co three in number Europes greatest riders and twenty equestrains associates forty joyous subjects of King Slomus in a gleeful sufficency and more than a hundred other foreign and American features in three rings and an elevated stage Dr Smith Will Return Dr F M Smith who has been at St osephs Infirmary in Louisville since Sunday will return home Fridaynight An operation will not be performed bu he will be under the treatment of DrI Vance and Dr Simons He was accom anied to Louisville by Mrs Smith and laughter Miss Jane Smith Dr Smiths riends have been exceedingly anxious about him and hope his trip to Louis ille will prove beneficial u IIHavo Food Liws puroII never affected our drinks in any way They were before we had Pure Food Laws FOR SALE BY Cloverport T F He ser Weisenberg Noble C L M Sippel N II Quiggins W B Oelxe X C J Hensel Irvington J Duggins Harned Mat ft tingly Bros Kirk N M Crews Co McQuady T G r1 Morgan Co Stephensport P Carr Bottling and Manufacturing Works llHawesville Kentucky Miss Mamie DeHaven and Mrs Ben Ridgeway spent Monday in Louisville and called to see Dr Smith at St Josephs Infirmary Mr and Mrs O V Potts and little daughter Katie have gone to Harned to visit rela ives Bright Prospects The brightest of crop prospects are looming up in this county just now Large acreage of tobacco already set large acreage of corn acres upon acres of the finest grass a splendid crop of wheat not a bad crop of fruit plenty of hogs cattle and sheep make things ap pear to us perfect for the farmer and all of us Nature is doing her part giving us a little too much rain as we think but it will all turn out right in the end All we have to do is to stick to our bush and work while the sun shines Card of Thanks Mr and Mrs Joe M Fitch wish to thank those who who did so efficient and heroic work in saving their home Sun day from fire- Beautiful Home At Olendeane Jas K Bramlette and Ed Whitehead have the contract for building Col EC Robertsons new dwelling at Glendeane The work is progressing nicely and the Colonel and Mrs Robertson will soon have a nice cozy home- Photographer at Irvlngton Chris Brabandt of this city will be in Irvington at his photograph gallery every Tuesday Be sure and attend the Sunday School convention here Sunday and at Webster Wednesday I JoooDOOD0000GREAT SUCTION SALE I I Of Dry Goods Clothing Hats Shoes Notions Hard ware and Queensware Glendeane Friday and Saturday June 5 and 6 08 u n This is a Money Raising Sale We need money These goods will be sold without regard to cost Every article offered must go at whatever price it brings It Will be a Great Opportunity for Cash Buyers REMEMBER THE DAYS AND DATE AND COME GLASSCOCK CO Glendeane Ky D W Henry Auctioneer