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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p- ia l THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS J ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 3 1908 8 Pates NO 47 LAWSONWHITEHOUSE JUNE NUPTIALS Engagement of Miss Nell Halena Whitehouse And Mr John H Lawson Of Louisville Announced POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE Mrs Rosa A Whitehouse announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Nell Halena to Mr John H Lawson of Louisville The wedding will take place in the St Rose Catholic church Saturday morning June the twenty seventh at nine oclock The Rev Celestine Brey will officiate in the marriage ceremony Miss Whitehouse is one of Clover ports most admired young women She has a charming personality and her cordial gracious manner has won many true friends who appreciate her beauti ful character Mr Lawson holds a position with the Henderson Route and is a young man of promise and high integrity EXCITING GAME Junior Players Defeat The Big Nint Saturday Afternoon On The School Diamond Cloverport druggists bankers lumbermen cashiers and professors amount to very little when it comes to playing baseball at least they were put down and out by the Junior players in an exciting game Saturday It was played on the schoolhouse dia mond in the afternoon and the score was 21 to 20- Members of the Big nine were M Miller Marion Weatherholt L Ditzen bach J D Seaton R L Oelze Ed Wroe C B Skillman B Morrison and J Johnson Junior team C Gregory M Tucker S Winn A Pate P Jolly H Tucker C McCracken W Wroe and Joe Burk In Honor of Miss Young and Mrs George Short Miss Elizabeth Skillman entertained most delightfully at her home Friday afternoon in compliment to Mrs Geo Short of Durant and Miss Evelyn Young of Morganfield The guests of honor with Mrs Skillman received the guests Fruit punch was handed while the game fortytwo was played after which delicious ices and cakes were servedMARRIED SUNDAY Fine Young Man Marries Ness Minnie Weatherholt of Cloverport Miss Minnie Weatherholt and Mr Pleas Finley were united in marriage Sunday at the residence of Mr Frank Deane near Glendeane Sunday The ceremony was said in the presence of a few friends the Rev W Stone of 4 ficiatingMrs is the daughter of Mrs Belle Weatherholt and possesses a lovely disposition Charming Little Hostess The celebration given in compliment of the first anniversary of little Miss Eudora McGlothlan Youngers birth day was a beautiful affair The babies were taken in charge by little girls who wore attractive paper caps and aprons The baby guests were seated at the table in high chairs each one having lovely place cards made by Mr Harry Newsom They were round and the children put them around their necks as lockets The little guest of honor sat at the head of the table smiled and entertained her company One candle stood alone on a big white cake and burned brilliantly while ices and berries were being served Just before the party was over Mr Brabandt took sev eral pictures of them which will be on sale this week Mrs Stites Improving News has been received from Louis ville that Mrs James Stites is improv ing after a serious illness She has been removed to her home from the Deaconess Hospital and her speedy re j covery is anticipated BEAUTIFUL YOUNG MOTHER TAKEN Mrs W B Gardner Died Monday Morning At Her Home In Irvingtoir Wife of a Prominent Man THREE CHILDREN SURVIVE Mrs Ruth Gardner is dead The news of this death will sadden throughout Breckenridge manyIII deeply as it has grieved her devoted relatives at Irvington Mrs Gardner died of a complication of diseases Monday morning at 6 oclock and though her illness had been very critical hopes were entertained for her recovery and the result of her condition was a great shock to the family Before her marriage to Mr W B Gardner she was a Miss Cunningham the daughter of Mr Bert Cunningham She was a woman who took great in terest in her home and her cbaritable and kind disposition made it a place of sweet accord Besides her husband she leaves three small children Lamare G B and Nannie Lee who are twins From early childhood the deceased was a member of the Methodist church from which the funeral was held at 230 oclocf yesterday afternoon The ser vices were conducted by the Rev Mell followed by the interment ANNUAL MEETING M E INSTITUTE Hardinsburg Popular Place For Conferences Will Entertain Several Doctors of Di vinity This Month JUNE 30 JULY I And 2 Under the auspices of the Board of Education of the Kentucky Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church Hardinsburg will have a great meeting beginning on the last day of this mouth and continuing two days in JulyThis meeting which is an annual one met last year in Maysville and seldom goes to a towu the size of Hardinsburg Rev Isaiah Cline the pastor here is being congratulated upon securing the Institute Pastors and laymen teachers students lovers of oratory and seekers after the beautiful can all attend and be satisfied The program in lull is TUESDAY JUNE 30 730 p m AddressBishop E H Hughes D D President of DePauw UniversityWEDNESDAY MORNING SESSION 800 Devotional serviceThos C Henderson 820 The Holy Catholic ChurchE- E Hughes D D L L D 900 The Methodist Episcopal ChurchAmon Boering D D 045 The Local ChurchG F Oliver D D 1030 SermonThomas Hawford D D AFTERNOON SESSION 200 Devotional 230 Before the Service Geo V Morris D D 315 During the Service E L Shep ard 400 Evangelistic Service Bible ReadingThos C Henderson 730 SermonC A Fellows D D THURSDAY MORNING SESSION 800 DevotionalF L Creech 820 The Ministers Chief Business W G Bradfood A M B D 900 Preparation of SermonThos Hanford D D 045 Delivery of SermonE B Pat terson D D 1030 SermonJ W Easley D D THURSDAY AFTERNOON SERVICES 200 Devotional ServicesChristian Education 230 In the Home and the Church J I Wean 315 Secondary SchoolsJ D Walsh ItDD400 Public Common SchoolsJ D Walsh 930 Lecture HeidelbergProf R Bright Walh A M J G Crabbe State Suprrintendent of Public Instruction has boon invited to attend and address the Institute- A question drawer conducted by the Chairman Rev Amon Boering every night at the opening of services i = F H PIERCE Appointed By Governor As A Member of The University Board- Announcement is made that F H Pierce of this city has been named by Govefnor George Curry as one of the members of the board of regents of of Normal university which is located at Las Vegas Joshua S Reynolds tendered his resignation as member of the board and sueI retirement from the board is that he is to remove from Albuquerque to El Paso He is president of a bank in each city Mr Pierce is president and general manager of the Agua Pura company of this city and is well known throughout the territory He was for several years chairman of the board of commissioners for the penitentiary and made an envi able recordLas Vegas Journal Miss Margaret Ritcher of Morgan field made a short visit to Miss Jennie Harris after which she left for Oxford Ohio to attend the commencement of Oxford College She was accompanied by Miss Harris Saturday home has college and musician the possessor the Miss much of only six other her time she has many her and dispositionLIVE CURIOSITY Hendrickson Finds Terrapin With inscription In 1877 No little interest was aroused over the live the way a ter rapin that was brought this Monday afternoon On its carapace was M La Heist Ky May 12 1877 The was very distinct and Mr LaHeist having carved the turtle when on fishing trip thirtyone years ago The terrapin found by Roy on the farm of Mr Sam situated the pike Mr John Moore III Tom Moore and Joe Moore of Hard insburg were called the bedside their father John Moore who critically his home at McDaniels As News goes to press word ceived that his condition slightly better Oldest Indisposed Mrs Nancy the oldest woman In Tobinsportis ill She eighty seven AUGUST 20 Celebration In Clover port To Be A Great Event This Year Announcement made by the this city that their annual celebration will be held Skillmans grove Thursday August 20 Plans are on foot to make this the largest barbe cue that has ever been given in Breck enridge county and the event will be a red letter day for The Masons will hold a meeting in their temple June 5 at night for third degree work and discussion of plans for August 20 Republican Committee Meeting The Republican County Committee hereby called meet at Hardinsburg Saturday June 6 1908 at 1 oclock p m for the purpose of electing a county chairman and other officers of the comittee and to transact any other business that may properly come before- it Given under my hand this 29 day of May 1008 John Haswell Jr Secretary Miss Ida Dutschke is the attractive daughter of Mr Jthus Dutschke whose is at Holt Miss Dutschke spent several years is an complished She is proud of a Tevpe piano There are instruments like it in world Dutschke spends in Louisville where won friends by happy lovely Roy Carved curiousity in of to city carvedCIA A Simons J Cloverport inscription remembers it on a was Hendrickson Hendrickson on to of P is ill at the is re is Woman Leaf very is Masonic is Masons of at Cloverport is to on P at ac YOUNG PEOPLE Miss Bridwell And Mr Dowell Married Here Monday By Rev Currie Mr Marvin Dowoll and Miss Annie May Brjiwell were united in marriage at the home of Mr Chas L Pate Mon day morning The Rev B M Currie performed the ceremony afterwhich the bridal couple left for Garfield The brides father and sister Mr J T Bridwelland Miss Emma Bridwell and the grooms brother Mr B G Dowell were present at the wedding CUPIDS WORK I IN BRECKENRIDGE Many Marriages Of Young Peo pie Taking Place Home And Church WeddingsII PRETTY JUNE BRIDES A pretty home wedding took place at the residence of Mrs Cynthia Dowell near Sample at 630 p m Sunday when MrsDowells youngest daughter Miss Gracie was married to Mr Morton Brumfield in the presence of a large crowd of relatives and admiring friends The attendants were Misses Lillian Dowell and Bessie J Brumfield and Messrs Dennie Roberts and Carl Arm strongThe bride is a beautiful young girl and the groom is an industrious young farmerThe ceremony was performed by the Rev Isaiah Cline of Hardinsburg 000 Miss Ruth May Bruner and Mr Wm Davis were united in marriage in the Presbyterian church at Irvington Sun day night The ceremony was said at 7 oclock the Rev Edward Graves of ticiatedThe bride is a pretty Garfield girl and the groom a prosperous merchant at Kirk 000 Mr Frank Roads one of our popular young farmers and Miss Sarah A Wethjngton were united in marriage at St Remnolds church at Hardinsburg May 27 000- Marriage Licenses Sherman Haynes Shellie Pile Willis Johnson Dora LeGrand Frank Ronch Sarah A Wethington William Davis Ruby May Bruner Morton Brumfield Gracie Dowell Bernie Wilson Mary E Whitworth Forrest Butler Lydia Gregory Owen M Parks Ora L Norton Card of Thanks We wish to extend thanks to the K P lodge and other friends for kindness shown us since the fire Wm Embry Entertain Friends Mr and Mrs Walter Barbp enter tained Saturday night from 8 to 12 oclock in a most pleasant way Those present were Mr and Mrs N Tucker Mr and Mrs M Gilliland Misses Ada Knott Eunice Jenning3 Dessie Beavin Ira and Lorena Mattingly Rose Josie and Esther Hall Efiie Miller Pearl Hall Iva McKinney Ollie Bricketts Messrs Hardin Brown Roy Beavin Willie White T Furrow Thos Hinton J Ricketts a and V Knott H Mat tingly H and B Tucker W Mattingly Jake Weatherholt and Mr Hoffinei BUSY DAYS Murray Roofing Tile Co Filling Many OrdersPlant in I Fine Running Order The Murray Toofing Tile Companys plant is in operation now and large or ders are being filled daily During the last ten days roofing and tile have been shipped to Harrison 0 Cincinnati Covington and Indianapolis Paul Lewis and George Mullen are at Madisonville Ky putting a roof and trimmings on a handsome residence of buff brick Mr and Mrs Richard Whitehouse I of West Point spent Sunday with Mrs Francis Sawyer and Mrs J H Wills m MEETS DEATH IN NEW ALBANY I Mrs Mary J Miller CloverportI Woman PassesAway at the Age of Sixtyeight FUNERAL WAS HELD HERE ii Mrs Mary J Miller aged sixtyeight years widow of James T Miller for many years a prominent merchant of Cloverport died at 130 oclock Tues day night at St Edwards Hospital New Albany Mrs Miller had been ill of complication of diseases for six months and her death had been mo mentanly expected for the past week Mrs Miller was best known in the neighborhood of her home in Clover port She is suavived by a daughter Mrs Enola Rafferty a brother James Hovious and two grandsons Douglas Rafferty of Cloverport and H H Rafferty of this city who is on the reportoral staff of the Evening Post Evening Post The funeral of the deceased was held i here Thursday afternoon from the family residence at 930 oclock The ser vices were conducted by the Rev B M Currie The burial was in the family lot in the Cloverport cemetery The pall bearers were J C Nolte Henry Solbrig A R Fisher S I Lewis T H Chism and J A Barry Those who attended the funeral from a distance were Miss Maggie King Mrs A A LaHeiit and the Rev Dryy Frank Grossman of New Albany and Miss Lela Henly of Pewee Valley Breckenridge Boy Wins Honors in Indiana Bloomington Ind May nOA olass consisting of thirtyeight members BloomingtonGrammer mencement was well attended by friends of the graduates and a beautiful play was rendered by members of the class Among those who received their di plomas was Merlin Warren of Breck enridge county Ky He is the son of Mr Louis Warren of near Chenault By his own efforts the young man WAS successful and deserves credit for hisrenergy MEMORIAL SERVICES The annual memorial services of the K P Lodge will be held at the M E Church at a p m Sunday May 7th Rev I T Lewis and Rev B M Currie will conduct the services at the church Some special music will be rendered by the M E Quartet After the services at the church the Knights will march to the cemetery where a short address will be made by Bro Edmund Wroe Then graves of the deceased brethern will be decorated The services at the cemetery will be concluded by song by Quartet and prayer Irvington and Hawesville lodges will participate in the ceremonies The public is cordially invited to attend theseservicesChas Sr C C W Hamman S V Conrad Cradle Roll Members Invited Sunday The members of the Methodist Cradle Roll are especially invited to the Children Days service at the Methodist church Sunday John Johnsonof St Louis was called home to see his brother Chas Johnson who is very ill at Dukes To the Members of the Burley Tobacco Society The Executive Board of the Burley Tobacco Society recommends that no member of the Society shall sell his warehouse receipts or trans fer his tobacco to anyone 1st Because our Tdbaooo is selling rapidly we have to this date sold at market prices 24000 hhds out of the 52000 hhds 2nd Because we have little tobacco left ofgrades below 16 to 30c 3rd Because the 1907 crop will grade much higher than the 1906 4th Because the 190S crop has been eliminated beyond our highest expectation This advice is given to protect those who may not be informed Executive Board of the Burley Tobacco Society CLARENCE LoB US President r t r i The Fighting rii III ChanceI Copyright 1808 br the Cards Pibllshlng Company IIoprrlght 1908 by Robert W Cfiambcn crazy and 1 immediately coirflrniea her diagnosis by running utter you She stood laughing flushed sun burned and breathless her left hand still In his her right hand laid over It Oh she said with a sudden change to anxiety does It tire you to stand No I was going to saunter along May I saunter with you for a moment I meanI only mean I am glad to see you Do you think I am going to let you go now he asked astonished She looked at him then her eyes evaded his Let us walk a little she said withdrawing her hand If you think you are strong enough Strong Look Sylvia lf and he stood unsupported by his crutches then walked a little way slowly but quite firmly I am rather a coward about my toot that Is all I shall not lug these things about after today Did the doctor say you might Yes after today I could walk home now without them I could do a good many things I couldnt do a few minutes ago Isnt that curious Very she said avoiding his eyes He laughed She dared not look at him The excitement and Impetus of sheer Impulse had carried her this far Now all the sadness of It was clutch Ing hard ttt her throat and for awhile she could not speak walking there In hor dainty Rummer gown beside him the very Incarnation of youth and health with the sea tan on wrist and throat and he white hollow eyed crippled limping at her elbow Yet at that very moment his whole frame seemed to glow and his heart clamor with the courage In It for he f Lydia Vysc was thinking of Planks words antI he knew Plank land spoken the truth She could not give herself to Quarrlor If he stood firm Ills was the stronger will after nil his was the right to inter fere to stop her to check her to take hor draw her back as he had once drawn her from the fascination of de struction when she had swayed out too far over the cliffs at Shotover I came In with Leila Were asked to Lenox for the weeks end We go to StotkbrlilKe on the early train to morrow morning she said Im not going to let you go yet said Siwnrd Agonies Of Pain Never give up and think that all women yourself Included have to suffer pain- Thousands ol women have writ ten to tell how they have cured their womanly Ills and relieved their pains and over a Million have been benefited In various other forms of female disease dur lag the past SB years by that popular and successful female remedy WIRE OF CAROUli WOMANS RELIEF I believe I would now have been dead writes Mrs Minnie Lambe of Lebanon Junction Ky U It hadnt been for Carded I had suffered with bad cramping spells pains In my back sides and arms and awfal bearing dowe pals Now these pains have all lOse as a result ol using Carded At All Druggists WRITS FOR FREE ADVICE stating age and describing SfJDp toms to Ladies Advisory Depr The Chattanooga Medicine Co ChattanoagSt Tenn H 39 IROBERTI If I took to my heels here In the park would you chase me Stephen she asked with mock anxiety Yes and It I couldnt run fast enough Id call that policeman Now do you begin to understand Oh Ive always understood that you were spoiled Im partly guilty ot the spoiling process too Listen Ill walk with you a little wayshe looked at hima little way she continued gently then I must go There Is only a caretaker In our house and Leila will be furious It I leave her inil alone Besides were going to dine there and It wont be very gay If I dont give a tow orders first But you brought your maid NaturallyThen her that you and Leila are dining out Where silly Do you want us to dlno somewhere with you Want you Youve got tol Stephen It isnt best It Is best She turned to him Impulsively Oh I do want to so much Do you think I might It Is perfectly delicious to see you again Iyou have no Idea Yes I hove ho said sternly They turned walking past the bun Lain toward Fifth avenue again Furtively she glanced at his hands with the city pallor on them as they grasped the crossbars of the crutches then looked up at his worn face Ho was much thinner but now In the softly fading light the shadows under the eyes and cheek bones seemed less sharp his face fuller and more boyish the contour of head and shoulders the short crisp hair were ns she rumen boredl and the old charm held her the old fascination grew tightening ior throat stealing through every vein itlrrlng her pulses awakening impei optlbly once more the best in her There Is no use she said under her breath I cant go back to Leila Stephen the dreadful part of It Is tha- tII wish she were In Jericho I wish the whole world were In Ballyhoo and von and I alone once more Under their guy liiiiKhtor quivered the undertone of excitement Sylvia Raid Id like to talk to you nil alone IIt wont do of course But I may say what Id like maynt I What time Is It If Im dining with you weve tot to have Leila for conventions sake if not from motives of sheer decency which you and I seem to lack Stephen Wo rock decency said Siward and were proud of It As for Lelia Im going to arrange for her very slm ply but very beautifully Plaik will take care of her Sylvia theres not a soul In town and we can be ns imprudent as we please No we cant Agatbti at the Santa Regina She came down with us But we are not going to dine at the Santa Regina Were going where galha wouldnt Intrude her colorh ss- noseto a thoroughly unfashionable and selectly common resort overlook lag the classic Harlem and were go big to whiz thither In Planks car and remain thither until you yawn former cy whence we will return thence Stephen you silly Im perfectly mad to go with you Then with sud don self reproach and quick solicitude AUI I snaking you walk too far Wouldnt you like to go In now No Im not tired Im millions of years younger and Im as strong as- tbo nine gods of your friend Porsena Besides havent I waited for this 1- And under his breath fiercely Havent I waited he repeated turning on her Dodo you mean that as arep- ronch she asked lowering her eyes No I knew you would not come on the first sunny day Why did you think I would not- rome Did you know me for the coward I am jI did not think you would come he repeated halting to rest on his crutches He stood balanced staring drenuilly Into the dim perspective nlltl- ngnln her fascinated eyes ventured to- rCRt on the worn white face listless somber In Its fixedness The tears were very near her eyes- the spasm In her throat checked speech At length she stammered I did not come bbecause I simply couldnt stand It Ills face cleared as he turned quiet Iy Child you must not confuse mutters You must not think of being sor ry for me The old order Is passing ticking away on every clock In the- world All that Inverted order of dontiow mean you you will know when I grow Into something of what you think you remember in me and when I grow out of- wbat I really was Truly I dont understand Stephen But thenI am out of training since- you went went out of things Have I changed Do I seem more dull I- It has not been very gay with me I lont seelookIng back across all tbo- noise all the chaos of the winter I do- not see how I stood It alone AloneNnot seeing yousometimes lIe looked at her with smiling skeptical eyes Didnt you enjoy the winter Do you enjoy being drugged with chamnaur 7 I r PAINPain In the headpain anywhere has Its CStJA- Jtaln is oooaestion pain PSUlODOIsblooof110 waallT At least Dr ShOOp and to ve it he has created a little pink tablet ThaI tlbloteGlled Dr Shoope Headache Tablas- ei7eectlscchhanningDloaelaggl dellghtfuulOeui trouih safely n surely equalizes the blood circa Mttonyou have a headacheits blood pressure uIti painful periods with women same ceUts u yon are eleepless reitlOM nervous Its b ood pre urolbAt Burelr li auonb1ood8haop tablleh Tablets stop the UmI117 distribute pressureJlru1H ItI get nd and Swell and pain TOUT Oi count ft does Its con ItwhereP1aatfftttu at 90 cents ind cheertuUr reoorwe- a4Dr Shoops Headache TabletsALL DEALERS Ills face altered so quickly that confused she only stared at him the fixed smile stamped on her lips thou overwhelmed In tho revelation Stephen surely surely you know what I meant I did not menu that Dear do you dream for one moment hatthat I could No You have not hurt me Besides I know what you mean After a moment he swung forwar on his crutches biting his lip the Town gathering between his temples They were passing the big old fashioned hotel with Its white facade loin green blinds a lingering landmark of the older city Yell telephone here he said Side by side they went up the great broad stoop and entered the lobby If youll speak to Lelia Ill get Plank on the wire Say that well stop for you at 7 She gave her number then at the nod of the operator entered a smal booth Slward was given another booth In a few moments Plank answered from his office Ills olce sounded grave and tired but 1It quickened tinged with surprise when Siward made known his plan for the eveningIs Mortimer In town he do landed I had a wire from horthal she expected to be here and I hoped to see her at the station tomorrow on her way to Lenox Shes stopping with Miss Landls Cant you manage to come asked Siward anxiously- I dont know Do you wish it particularly I have just seen Quarrler soul Harrington I cant quite understand Quarrlers attitude Theres a certain hint of defiance about it Harrington is all caved In He Is- ready to thank us for any mercies But Quarrler theres something I dont fancy dont exactly understand about his attitude Thats why Ive expect- edI to spend a quiet evening studying up the matter and examining every loophole Youve got to dine somewhere said Slward If you could fix It to- dine with us But I wont urge you Ill go Will you say that well- stop for them nt 7 i I dont want to urge you repented Sward Youre not Ill go But wait one nmomenttell me did QuarrIer know that Mrs Mortimer was to stop with Miss Ion mils Walt a moment Hold the wire He opened the door of the booth und- suw Sylvia waiting for him seated IIY- the operators desk She rose nt once when she saw he wished to speak with herTell me something ho said In 1- 1low voice Did Mr QuarrIer know that Leila was to stay overnight with youYes site answered quietly sur- prlsetI Why ilward nodded vaguely closed the- door again mud said to Plank Yes Quarrier knows It Do you- tliitik hell be there tonight I dont snppOse Miss Landls and Mrs Mortimer know he Is In town liuiks troubled voice come back- aver the wire I dont know I dont- know what to think I suppose Im a- little just a trifle overworked Somebody once said that I land one nerve In me somewhere and Quarrlers prob 1bly found It Thats all If you think It better not to come Ill come Ill stop for you In the- motor Dont worry old follow And take your fighting chance Goodby- ilward absorbed In his own thoughts rose and walked slowlyI out or the booth utterly unconscious that ho had left his crutches leaning upright In the corner It was only tbe- surprise dawning Into tremulous de- lIght on Sylvias face that at last are- rested him See what you have done he said hughlng through his own surprise Ive n mind to leave them there now- and trust to your new cure But she was instantly concerned and No rlslta now I the said decisively anxious and entering the booth brought out the crutches and forced him to take them N o risksI now she said decisively We have too much at stake thisI evening Leila Is coming Isnt It perfectly de- lIghtful Perfectly he said his eyes full of the old laughing confidence again and the most de lightful part of It all Is that you dont know how delightful Is going to be Dont I Very well Only I In form you that I mean to be perfectly happy And that means that Im going to do as I please And that means lob It may mean anythingI What art you laughing at Stephen I know Im excited I dont care What girl wouldnt bo And I dont know whats ahead of mo at all and I dont want to know I dont care CHAPTfmFOlmTUN1 a mans grief does not awaken his II dignity then he has none In that event grief Is not even respectable And so It was with Leroy Mortimer when Lydia at last turned on him If you caress an Angora too long and too persistently It runs away And before It goes It scratches Lydia Vyse left Saratoga when the financial stringency began to make It unpleasant for her to remain She told Mortimer without the slightest compunction that she was going He did not believe her and he gave her the new big yellow and black car She sold It the same day to a book maker an old friend of tiers with drew several Jewels from limbogems which Mortimer had given herand gathered together everything for which If ho turned ugly she might not be criminally liable She had never liked him She had long disliked him So she wrote a note to the governors of the Patroons club saying that both Quarrier and Mortimer were aware that the guilt of her escapade could not be attached to SI ward that she knew nothing of SI ward had accepted his wager without meaning to attempt to win It had rev er again seen him and had on the Impulse of the moment made her entry In the wake of several men She added that when Quarrler as governor had concurred In Slwards expulsion he knew perfectly well that Slward was not guilty because she herself had so Informed Quarrier Since then she hall also told Mortimer but he had taken no steps to do Justice to Shard although he Mortimer was still a governor of the Pntroons club This being about all she could think of to make mischief for two men whose recent companionship had nourished and Irritated her shin shipped her trunks by express packed her jewel case and valise and met Desmond at the station Desmond had business In Europe Lydia had as much business there as anywhere and although she had been faithless to Mortimer for a comparatively short time within that time Desmond already had sworn at her and struck her So she was quIte ready to follow Desmond anywhere In this world or the next And that too md not made her the more considerate toward Mortimer When the latter returned from the races to find her gone the last riddled props to what passed for his manhood gave way and tho rotten fabric came crushing Into the mud Creditors with sharp noses scented the whirlwind afar ort and hemmed him In with unsettled accounts mostly hers Somebody placed a lien on his horses a deputy sheriff began to follow him about all credit ceased as bj magic and men crossed the street to avoid meeting with an old companion- In direst need Still alternately stupefied by his OWN grIef and maddened Into the necessity for action ho packed a suit case crawled out of tho rear door tolled across country und found a farmer to- drIve him twenty miles over a sandy- road to a local railroad crossing where he managed to board a train for Al banyAt Albany as ho stood panting and sweating on the long concrete platform which paralleled track No 1 he saw a private car switched from a Boston and Albany train shunted to the rear of the Merchants express The private car was lettered In gold- on the central panel Algonquin He boarded the Pullman coupled to It forward pushed through the vestibule shoved aside the Japanese steward and- clarky cook forcing his way straight Into the private car QuarrIer read- tug a magazine looked up in astonishment For a full moment neither spoke Then Mortimer dropped bls- suit case sat down In an armchair opposite Quarrier and leisurely mopped his reeking face and neck Scotch and lithia he said hoarse ly The Japanese steward looked at QuarrIer then at that gentlemans almost Imperceptible nod went away to execute the commission tie executed n great many similar commissions during tho trip to New- York When they arrived there at G- oclock Quarrlor offered Mortimer bls- hnnt1 and held the trembling puffy fingers as ho leaned closer saying with cold precision and emotionless emphasis something that appeared to require the full concentration of Mortimers halt drugged faculties And when at length Mortimer drove away In a hansom Quarters Japanese steward went with himperhaps to- cnrry his suit caser courtesy thnt- did credit to QuarrIers Innate thoughtfulness and consideration for others He was very considerate He even called Agatha up on the telephone and talked with her for ten minutes Then- be telephoned to Planks office learned that Harrington was already there telephoned the garage for a car which hej always kept ready In town and presently went bowling away to a conference on which the last few hours had put an entirely new aspect It had taken Plank only a few minutes to perceive that something had occurred to change a point of vIew which ho had believed It Impossible for Quar- rler to change Something had gone wrong In his own careful calculations some cog had slipped some rivet glvI eni way some bed plate cracked And Harrington evidently had not been aware of It but Quarrler knew It L There was something wrong It was too late now to go tinkering In the dark for trouble Plank under stood that Coolly as though utterly unaware that tho machinery might not stand the strain he started It full speed And when he stopped It at 1 last Harringtons grist had been ground to atoms and QuarrIer had looked on without comment There seemed to be little more for them to do except to pay the miller- Tomorrow said QuarrIer rising to go It was on the edge of Planks lips to say Today but ho was silent knowing that Harrington would speak for him And the old man did without words turning his Iron visage or QuarrIer with the silent dignity of despair But Quarrler coldly demanded a day before they reckoned with Plank And Plank profoundly disturbed shrugged his massive shoulders In contemptuous assent So Quarrier and Harrington went away the younger partner taking leave of the older with a sneer for an outworn prop which no man could ever again have use for Old and beaten that was all Harrington now stood for In Quarrlers eyes Tho least of his victims might now finish hhn with a club where he swayed In his loosened saddle or leave him to that horseman on the pale horse watching him yonder on the horizon For now whether Harrington lived or died ho must be counted as nothing- In this new struggle darkly outlining Its Initial strategy In Quarriers brain What was coming was coming between himself and Plank alone The result must bo attained swiftly with secrecy and with the aid of no man For he did not count Mortimer a tuna At the door of Major Belwethei house Sylvias maid received Quarri smilingly saying that her mistress was not at home but that Mrs Mortimer fvas which saved QuarrIer the necessity of asking for a private conference with Leila which was exactly what 10 had come for But her first unguarded words on receiving him as Ill rose at her entrance Into the darkened drawing room changed that plan too changed It all so utterly and so much for the better that he almost smiled to think of the crudity of human comb nations and Inventions as compared Ito the masterly machinations of fate Leila said laughingly Oh you are too late Howard We are dining with Mr Plank at Riverside Inn What iin the world are you doing In town so suddenly uA business telegram I might have come down with you and Sylvia if I land known Is Plank dining with you alonoI havent seen him smiled Leila evasively Ho will tell us his plans of course when he comes Oh salt Quarrler dropping his eyes and glancing furtively toward the curtained windows At the instant n hansom drove up Sylvia sprang outran lightly up the low steps and the silent shrouded house rang with the clamor of the Jell Leila looked curiously at Quarrlei who sat motionless head partly avert- ed1 as though listening to something heard by him alone He believed perhaps that he was listening to the voice ot fate again and It may have beet so for already for the third time all- his plans were clanging to suit this new ally of histhis miraculous fate which was shaping matters for him as he waited Sylvia had started up stairs like a fragrant whirlwind but- ber flying feet halted at Lellos con strained voice from the drawing room and she spun around and came Into- the darkened room like an April breeze Leila Theyll be here at a quarter to 7Her breath seemed to leave her body as a shadowy figure rose In the un- certaIn light and confronted her YouHo I Didnt you recognize the- car outside She had not even seen It BO excited so deeply engaged had she been with- tbe riotous tumult of her own thoughts And still her hurt unbelieving gaze widened to dismay as she stood there halted on the threshold and still his- eyes narrowing held her under their expressionless Inspection When did you come Why she- asked In an altered voice- I came on business Naturally be- Ing here I came to see you I understand you nre dining out Yes we are dining out Im sorry I didnt wire you because wei might have dined together I saw Plank this afternoon He did not say Iyou were to dine with him Shall I you later In the evening Sylvia IIt will bo too late Oh tomorrow then What train do youtnkeSylvia did not answer Ho picked up his hat repeating the question carelessly and still she made no reply Shall I see you tomorrow ho ask cxl swinging on her rather suddenly I thinknot I there will be no fJlmeHe bowed quietly to Leila offering hisi hand Who did you say was to- dine with you besides Plank Leila stood silent then withdrawing her fingers walked to the window Quarrier his hat In his gloved hands looked from one to the other his In- qulrlng eyes returning and focused on- SIlvIa Continued on Page Seven Poor Milk is often thought to be responsible for an- infants loss in weight or general poor- health The cause usually is that the child has worms They got the nourIshment in the food and the baby starves actually starves Whites Vermifuge expels the worms and nourishes the child sure and safe Price 2S- cents Sold by A R Fisher Nature has provided the stomach with certain natural fluids known as tho digestive juices and it Is through these juices that the food we eat is acted upon in such a way ae to produce the rich red blood that flows through the veins of our body and thereby makes us strong healthy and robust and it is the weakening of these digestive juices that destroys health It is our own fault if we destroy our own health md yet it is so easy for any one to put the stomach out of order When you nee to lake something take it promptly but take something you know is reliable some thing like Kodol For Dyspepsia and Indigestion Kodol is pleasant to take it is reliable and is guaranteed to give re lief It is sold by all druggists A Long Walt longtrIpIt seemed long to me Her father had promised to settle a snug sum of money on tu+ as soon as we got back Chicago RecordHerald The man who leads two lives Is Judged In the end by tho worst of the talr Philadelphia Ledger The acts of this life are the deettay St the next Chinese Proverb Stomach troubles are very common in the summer time and you shouldnot only be very careful about what you eat just now but more than this you should be careful not to allow your 1 stomach to become disorderodand when the stomach goes wrong take Kodol This is the best known preparation that is offered to the people today for dyspepsia or indigestion or any stomach trouble Kodol digests all foods It is pleasant to take It is sold by all druggists The Highest Windmill The highest windmill In England Is the High Mill at Great Yarmouth It- Is believed also to be the highest in the world Built In 1812 at a total cost of = 80000 Its height Jn brick Is 100 feet and the wooden cago on the summit further Increases this another ten feet In a high wind the mill works at thirty horsepower and Is capable of 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Milleri Brick Tile Co1In- corporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 j Brick Per Day v Main Office Rooms 8 and 10 t O 0 F Building Owensboro Kentucky V HIS WEAK SPOT l JThe Thought That Made the Nervy Man Lose His Composure Speaking of nerve said n Massa- Chusetts congressman there generally is a weak spot in the most colossal va riety If It only can be found In this connection I remember my grandfather used to tell a good story Some forty or fifty years ago a lonG shoremans eating place In Boston was the resort also of truckmen and other teamsters whose business brought them f out early In the morning One gray November morning about B oclock a stranger entered this place and took his seat among the habitues Ho ordered a substantial breakfast and ate It slowly and with evident enjoyment Then he took hlr hat down from the peg on the wall and started to go As he got abreast of the cashiers desk behind which stood the proprle tor he slowed up Much bilged he said genially So I longThe proprietor had a good many rough customers to deal with and his pistol was handy In a second it was out and the man covered Then he de manded tho price of the breakfast The man apparently unmoved look ed at tho shooting Iron with curiosity It was a queer clumsy affair of ancient date and it was evident that he had t never seen its like before Suddenly t his expression of curiosity changed to one of apprehension even terror and 1hedrew back a step t Isthatn stomach pump he fnl r 4 tered t This story has a happy ending the congressman concluded Time man t kept his breakfast Boston Post 1TheBest Pills Ever Sold S 11 After doctoring 15 years for chronic 1 indigestion and spending over two hurt dred dollars nothing Ins done me as much good as Dr Kings New life Pills t j consider them the best pills ever t sold writes B F Ayscue of Ingleside t N C Sold under a guarantee at Severs t Drug Co 2i5c It On her wedding day the Danish peasant girl wears a simple crown oft myrtle with her national costume varying with the district but always I Icharmingand pots of myrtle are care by girlish hands through the long winters In anticipa tion of the great event HiVes eczema itch or salt rheum sets you crazy Cant bear the touch of your clothing Doans Ointment cures the most obstinate cases Why suffer All druggists sell it The Mares of Mohammed In bygone days there was no more enthusiastic breeder of horses than the L Prophet Mohammed In the course of t Jtlme he became the owner of a vast number of mares and the point was how to arrive at a selection of tho very best At lost says Country Life he hit = upon the following scheme For three days and nights the mares were kept without water then they were loosed and as might have been expected tore I placeIsignal or assembly Maddened with the thirst the mares forgot their train lug all save five who forgetting their own urgent need galloped back at once to seek their musters These five mares were set apart by Mohammed as representing the pick of his stud and from them we are told descended the best and noblest breed of horses Meals and Brains We give too much thought to our meals for Instance They need con triving and It Is pleasant to have them set temptingly upon a table on which fresh flowers are arranged and to wit them in a room wherein there Is not ti speck of dust but It is not right that our bodies should be fed at the expense of our souls or that the dust should lie taken from every ledge In our house And left to gather thickly In our brains Reader Magazine Frank About It Shoe Store Salesman What size jvould you like madam Miss Larjun i Id like n ro but theres no use k a alklngo about that You cony as well show me your No 5s London Tele graph The reason some people can stay out i of debt Is nobody will let them get In = New York Press PLUG HATS OF JAPAN Cherished Tiles of the Vintage of Fifty Years Ago There Is one sight which you must not miss when you go to Tokyo salt the seasonell traveler to ti New York Sun reporter That Is the rrre dis play of anthropological plug hats Some people arrange to get to Japan In cherry blossom season and utters want to get there In time to receive an Invitation to the emperors garden party In chrysanthemum time but take the tip of pile who has batted about the world considerably and land Itj Tokyo either on New Years day or on the emperors birthday On both you can see something unique In the lines of headgear When JapanI began to get civilized she bought all the accessories of civ ilization that Knglund did not want nay more England sold her old fnsli ioncd out of date narrow gauge rail road stock antiquated tram cars and other secondhand junk including the then current styles of plug hat i The till of those days has remain ed the ruling fashion In Japan up to the present Japan may build Dreadnoughts but till plug hat of fifty years ago still reigns supreme Only on such ceremonious occasions as the New Years flstllties the em perors birthday or possibly the racing meets at Neglslil near Yokohama does the Japanese gentleman bring forth from his camphor wood chest his plug hint a heritage front his forefathers It may be warped with twenty sum mers damp or green with time shine of antiquity but that matters nothing Once this superstructure of his wrinkled frock coot and bagged trou sers Is added the Japanese gentleman feels that no dignity short of a decora tion of the Order of the Rising Sun can be added to his person That crowning glory of a plug hat may set tie around his cars or it may perch upon his head like half a peanut shell but no matter It Is the hat of civiliza tion and the badge of respectability He trots out of his house looking like one of the ancient dalmios still with the dignity of two swords All that fearful day he wears this hat of ancient vintage like a crown and In the end he stows It away In his damp proof chest awaiting another festal occasion or held as an asset in huts es tate after death The Big lead is of two kindsconceit and the bighead that cones from a sick headache Does your head ever feel like a gourd and your brain feel loose and sore You can cure it in no time by acting on your liver with Ballards Herbine Isnt it worth trying for the absolute and cer tain relief youll get Sold by A R Fisher A visitor to a stately ancestral home was being shown round by an old retainer He paused before a painting Exquisite he exclaimed rapturously That must be on old toaster No sir the guide replied talnt old masterIts old missis I London Scraps Cant look well eat well or feelwell with impure blood feeding your body Keep the blood pure with Burdock Blood Bitters Eat simplv take exercisekeep clean and you will have long lift The White Eveng Waistcoat Anything thin bre + throiuh 1111 gloomy funereal l waitemi uspic if male evening dress Iis to JB cotumenl ed But practically es i1 treneral rule the white evening waisteon cannot be effectively worn much after vle ng of twentyone Black It IIs well known diminishes the proportions but white undoubtedly increases them I see men whom I have hitherto considered to be film appear In vlite evening wust coats and look absolutely corpuunt London Graphic A Good Reason Pearl They thought tit first they would be married in Holland Htiby And what changed their minds Pearl Why they heard that old shoes In Holland weighed trout two to six pounds each Exchange Reassuring Old BullionTit galls me to think that my money goes Into your spendthrift hands when I die Young Bullion Never mind governor It wont stay there long London TitBits Tonsilitisis swelling and inflammation of the glands at the side of the throat Sloois Linimentas a gargle and applied to IIused of the throat reduces swelling and gives instant relief For Croup Quincy SoreThroaK II Bronchitis Asthma Pain in Chesroi Lungs this liniment is unsurpassed Sloans Liniment is indispensable when travelling because itS soothingtA dl Price 2550 t f 100 f 1 Dr EarlS Sloan Boston MassUSAA r I f l W AN AUDACIOUS PLAN How Captain Haraden Bluffed the Britisher Into Surrender A fight Is a fight for a that and Just as an example of early American nerve a story unearthed by Ralph D Paine In the old son logs at ESSOJ Institute In Salem Is of much Interestt It Is told by Mr Paine as follows In Outing Magazine the kings pocket was a foe to test Captain llaradens mett and hi found he had a tough antagonist The fought four full hours or tout glasses as the It s records It niter which Captain Haraden found that he must haul out of the action and repair damages to rigging and hull Ilie his covered also that he had used all the powder on hoard except one charge It would hove been a creditable eon elusion of the mutter If he had called the action n drawn battle and gone on his way It was in his mind however to try an Immensely audacious plan whirl could succeed only by means of the most cold blooded courage on his part Ramming home his last charge of powder and double shotting the gun he ranged alongside his plucky enemy who was terribly cut up but still un conquered and hailed her- II will give you five minutes to luau down your colors If they are not down at the end of that time I will fire Into and sink you so help me GodIt was a test of mind not of metal The British commander was n brave man who had fought his ship like ti hero But the sight of this Infernally Indomitable figure on the quarter deck of the shot rent Pickering the thought of being exposed to another broadside at pistol range the aspect of the blood stained half naked prlvateersmen grouped at their guns with matches lighted was too much for him Cap tain Ilaniden stood watch In hand calling off the minutes so that his voice could be heard aboard the packet Out TwoThree But he hnd not said Four when the British colors fluttered down from the yard and the packet ship was his Weak women should try Dr Shoops Night Cure These soothing healing antiseptic supposito ies go direct to the seat ef these weaknesses My Book NO4 For Women contains many valu able hints to women and it is free Ask Dr Shoop Racine Wis to mail it Ask the Doctor in strictest confidence any questions you wish answered Dr Shoops Night Cure is sold by All Dealers Vaccinated the Rifles Orders that were issued by the Ger man West African officials some years ago that all firearms in the hands cf natives should be stamped and regis tered aroused much discontent Lieu tenant Eggers in Damaraland how ever got along with no trouble Ho had inoculated cattle for the rinder pest three years before as the Dama ras saw with good results He therefore announced that he was ready to vaccinate their rifles so as to insure their shooting straight and doing no hurt to their owners and the Damaras crowded to him to get their guns stamped DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little liver pills are sold by all druggists A Curious Music Box In the South Kensington museum in London Is n curious musical box It was originally the property of Tlpu or Tlppoo Sahib the Tiger of Mysore who died In 1799 being killed during the British assault and capture of Scr ingapatain the capital of Mysore lie always hated the British and to show his enmity he had this Instrument con strutted The box Is n life sized stat nary group showing the symbolic tiger of India at the throat of England represented by n British ofllcer When Tlppoo wishedi to amuse his court one of his attendants turned a handle when the tiger emitted horrible growls and the man raised and lowered his arms and uttered terrifying shrieks Inside the tiger are four rows of pipes and a set of ivory keys which are either of French or British manufacture Saluting the Quarter Deck One of the oldest customs In the navy and one that Is often puzzling to the landsman Is that of saluting till quarter dock Many have the hazy idea that the national colors are Its object and that It Is merely a naval fad While to n certain extent It Is a fad It Is one of hoary antiquity be ing a survival1 of the days when a cru elm was placed on the stern of a ship and was always saluted as a matter of course When the crucifix was taken away the old feeling still remained and men continued to salute the place where It had been The younger gen eratlon Imitated their elders and the salute became a habit and continues until this dayIos Angeles Times Why He Mourned OFlnnnngin came homo one night with n deep band of black crape around his lint i Why Mike exclaimed his wife what are ye wearln thot mournful thing for Im wearln it for yer first husband replied Mike firmly Im sorry hes dead Everybodys Magazine What Piety IIs In the course of a discussion on hy giene in one of the medical societies n speaker In illustrating his remarks said Many a man thinks he is pious when he is only bilious New York Press u I WiNCHESTER NUBLACK Loaded Black Powder Shotgun Shells Nublacks are as per fect as brains and in genuity coupled with firstclass materials and modern methods of manufacture can make them They are sure fire make even pat terns shoot hard and strong and will stand reloading Ask for Nublacks next time THEY HELP MAKE BIG BAGS Chinese Torture The 1 iigoniilty of the Chinese In devising punishment for offenders smut passes that of the most cruel people of the middle ages Some tlne ago a boy was kidnaped from a village about thirty miles Prom Chlnklang and brought to that city to be sold The kidnapers were arrested and returned to the village where the people dug r hole In the ground like a grave about three feet deep covered the bottom and sides with unslaked lime placet the offender with his hands and feet tied upon the lime and covered his body with time some material Then they filled the hole full of water and as the lime slacked he was roasted alive and his body consumed u Health coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffee Substitute was re cently produced by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Dr Snoops Health Coffee is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really it would tool an expert who might drink it for Coffee No 20 or SO minutes boiling Made in a minute says the doctor Sold by J Nolle Bro We cannot divide our work from ourselves nor isolate our future from our qualities A ship might as well try to sail north with her jib and east with her foresail and south with her mainsail as a man to go one way in conduct and another way in character Henry van Dyke DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are prompt and thorough and will in a very short time strengthen the weaken ed kidneys and allay troubles arising from inflammation of the bladder The are recommended everyhere Soul by all druggists WONDERS OF WATER Extent to Which Fluid Mingles With Bodies Apparently Solid The extent to which water mingles with bodies apparently solid is won dertul The glittering opal which beauty wears as nn ornament Is only flint Had water In every plaster of parts statue which an Italian carries through our streets for sale there Iis one pound of water to every four pounds of chalk The air we breathe contains five grains of water to each cubic foot of Its bulk The potatoes and turnips which are boiled for our dinner have In tlioSr raw state the one 75 per cent and the other 00 per cent of water If a man weighing ten stone were squeezed flat Ju a hydraulic press seven and onehalf stone of water would run out and only two and one half stone of dry residue remain A man Is chemically speaking fortyfive pounds of carbon and nitrogen diffused through five and a half pallfuls of water In plants we find water thus mingling In no less wonderful a man ner A sunflower evaporates one and n quarter pints of water a day and n cabbage about the same quantity A wheat plant exhales in lit days about 100000 grains of water An acre ofI growing wheat on this calculation draws and passes out about ten tons of water per day The sap of plants is the medium through which this mass of fluid Is conveyed It forms a delicate pump by which the watery particles run with the rapidity of a swift stream By the action of the sap various prop ertles may be communicated to the growing plant Timber In France is for instance dyed by various colors being mixed with water and poured over the root of the tree Dahlias ute also colored by a similar processLon- don TitBits Big cuts cr little cuts small scratches or bruises or big ones are healed quickly by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is especially good for piles Be sure to get DeWitts Sold by all druggists I ht w CURING A TOOTIIACHE Remedy of a Cowboy That Proved Re markably Effective One of the cleverest old customers we ever knew was Judge Booth who lived on the Bell ranch along the Red river In the northeastern part of New Mexico One morning out on the range the judge rolled out of his blankets with a jut ping toothache and al though he exhausted all the remedies In camp nothing had any effect It was forty miles to the nearest town with the chances against finding a dentist there and it was finally de tided to appeal to one of the Texas cowboys riding herd five miles away He came over in response to the mes sage and after taking a look at the tooth which was a double one on the upper jaw he said Jedge 1 can shoot that tooth out ns slick as grease If you dont mind the scar It will leave on yen cheekShoot It out shouted the judge at the top of his voice Why man you must be crazy Waal then mebbe I kin pick In null powder to blow It out Blow it out Never 1f Might possibly hammer it out with a piece of Iron mused the cowboy And you might go to Patagonia and beyond exclaimed the indignant suf fererYes thats generally the way with folks Im only tellln you how we dot out here but If you doat want the tooth out of course youll have to stand the pain The cowboy started back to the day herd but after a gallop of half a mile he returned to beckon the other boys aside and say The jedge seems to be a purty squar sort o man though a leetel techy and Im sorry fur him Kin he sit on a boss Some of the time Kin he shoot Only now and then Then I think I can cure that tooth acheHe spent five minutes unfolding the plot and then went over to the sufferer and said Jedge Ive come back to say that ye are a booby and a cow ard l What yelled the judge as he sprang up from his seat before the campfireA a coward and a squaw jedge and likewise a durned old liar Tho Judge Jumped for him but tho cowboy ran for his horse There was another near at hand with two guns in the holsters of the saddle and the Judge sprang aboard and gave chase Half a mile out on the prairie the two men began to shoot at each other and it was not until the judge had fired his twelfth bullet that the kind hearted cowboy rode away and left his enemy to ride Into camp and declare Well by thunder If that Infernal toothache hasnt stopped BO dead still that I feel Just like singing Denver Field and Farm To stop any pain anywhere in 20 min utes simply just take one of Dr Shoopi Pink Pain Tablets Pain means con gestion blood pressurethat is all Dr Shcops Headacheor Pink Pain Tablete will quickly coax blood pres sure away from pain centers After that pain is gone Headache Neuralgia painful periods with women etc get instant help 20 Tablets 25c S Id by A II Dealers Dr Johnson and Checkers A fragment concerning Dr Johnson and draughts We walked with Dr Adams Into the masters garden and into the common room Johnson Aye Here I used to play at draughts with Phil Jones und Fludyer Jones loved beer and did not get forward In the church Fludyer turned out a Whig a scoundrel and said he was ashamed of having been bred at Oxford Bos well Wits he n scoundred sir In any other way than that of being a political scoundrel Did he client at draughts Dr Johnson Sir we never played for money Which shows that they used to play in Oxford colleges In those days nod that it was consid ered natural to gamble on the game Birmingham Post I Dogs and Blacksmlthing Two or three dogs are nearly always to be found loafing around every black smiths shop This fact Is so well rec ognized that detectives when sent out after valuable dogs that have boon lost invariably visit first nil the blacksmiths shops in the neighborhood The reason why dogs frequent the blacksmiths shops Is that they love inordinately the odor and the taste of burning hoofs They stuff the odor as a woman sniffs a rose and they eat the hoof parings as a gourmet eats trullles Landseer the great animal painter knew this odd fact well and In his famous picture of The Smiths Shop n dog In the foreground Is greed ily munching slivers of toasted hoof New Orleans TimesDemocrat A Cold Night In China One of the facts that Ineffaceably cut into my memory during my first winter In Newchwung was the finding on ont morning about New Years time thirtyfive masses of IIce each mass having been a living man at 10 oclock the preceding night The thermometer was a good bit below zero The men had Just left the opium dens where they land been enjoying themselves The keen air sent them to sleep and they never wakened North Chinn Herald A lion that had been III asked a sheep If his breath was bad The sheep said Yes and the lion lilt off her head for a fool A wolf asked the same question said No Him the lion killed for a liar A fox in nn dwer to the question said he had a cold in his head und could not smell oL 1 Ji r I t KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery II FOR COUCHS Trial PRICEII AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACXOB OR MONEY REFUNDED i Louisville Evansville Packet CoU- NCOIlPORArEDI Fast Passenger nod Freight Line between Louisville and Evansville Steamers Tell City- Tarascon Leave Louisville Monday Wednesii day Friday and Saturday at 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a inII Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at 6- pm ZZZZ Through freight rates and passer 11 tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than 1 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August M E II MEETS JUNE 30 HardlnsburgKy June 2Specisl- The school census for 19069 shows 6061 white and 044 colored children in the county This is an increaie of eleven over last year John Lyddan who was here last week from Webatar serving on the jury like every other good farmer wanted to be at home yet his farm work was unusu ally advanced for this spring He had finished planting his hundred acres of corn and plowed it over once IL E Winfrey and family have moved here from Pordsville Mr Winfrey is manager in this county for the Singer Sewing Machine people Dr Barl Moorman was here last week from Yost Ky J E Fann who is railroading was Mere last week from Altapass North Carolina to visit his parents Mr and Mrs Ed Fenn The date of the annual Teachers Institute has been fixed for the week beginning July 18 Charles Evans Superintendent of the Ardmore Okla homa Schools and Miss Frazee of the Western State Normal will be the in structors Mr Evans is a great favor ite here fund Miss Frazee is unexcelled in her work- Sixtyeight tickets were sold here Saturday for the excursion to Louis villeTom Moore was in Bowling Green last week Mrs Caleb Hodge returned to John son City Tenn Monday after a viiit to her parents Judge and Mrs Milton BoardJeff Hook returns today from a business trip to Estill county County Court Clerk Wm F Hook is at home after a brief trip to Estill SpringsMiss Eula Hensley is kt home until August when she will sail for Northern China to engage in the missionary work Her preparations have been made all examinations taken Recent ly at Richmond Virginia she was ac cepted for the work to which she will devote her life Miss Hensley just be fore coming home spent a week in North Carolina visiting a school mate who will go with her to China They hope to be stationed together Lewis Kincheloe spent several days in Louisville last week Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile visited friends at Shepherdsville Saturday and Sunday r the the I I IGreat Picture I IWe are making the greatest offer made by any mer countyWith purchase we give you 1 picture free With every cash purchase you can of these fine 1 pictures for only 39 cents If you wish to buy the picture alone we charge 1 each for They are all best quality pictures and you will have to see to appreciate our liberal offer as you should and Surries lease Walls attended the Brumfield Dowellwedding at Sample Sunday Hardinsburg will soon have crack base ball team with Capt Ed Dillon in charge The association of players anc stockholders will have T J Hook foi president and Jesse Walls for secretary These three officials together with two others yet to be named will constitute the governing board They have secured an ideal lot opposite the depot on which will be located the grounds which will be put in firstclass condition Money has been raised to do the necessary improving and to erect the grandstand Their first playing will be done Saturday afternoon Grover Severs who has lately re turned from Colorado to his home near Union Star was in town Monday The will of Emily Pile deceased widow of the late George Pile of Irv ington was admitted to probate Tuesday of last week Court adjourned Friday lacking but one day of a three week session The Batt Gorin suit against the Bank of Glendeane was continued as it was ap parent that the trial would consume more than the other day alloled to the termThe case of R M Jolly Jr vs United States Health and Accident Co resulted in a verdict of 210 for the plaintiffDeputy Sheriff Finley Miller took Will Richardson the Cloverport ngro who was sentenced for attempted rape to Eddyville last week Deputy Sheriff S T Smith left Monday with Vandymurkle Powell for Ed dyville who enters upon his ten year sentence for the killing of Robt Miller Deafness Cannot Be by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitution of remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucos lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is in flamed have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be de stroyed forever nine cases out often are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed conditton of the mucos surfacesWe give One Hundred Dollars for any case of caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J Cheeny Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pill for consti pation Mrs Kingsberry Hostess Mr and Mrs Allen Kingsbury gave beautiful dinner Sunday to the follow ing guests Mr and Mrs John Ridge and son Vernon Gault Mr and Mrs J C Stiff and Mrs John Gault of Louisville our our be get you Clothing We are headquarters the best Clothing Our offers in this department your attention and goods make you buy- MadetoOrder Suits We handle celebrated E E Straus Clothing and we fit you satisfactorily Let us take measure at and have you an excellent Suit madetoorderPeters at I Auction SaleI 25000 Stock Medium Priced Furn iture Carpets Rugs Stoves Rangesu Placedunder the hammer and sold the highest bidder The Wheeler Furniture Co will retire from business in Owensboro The affairs of this great Furniture store must immediately be wound up Every dollars ofmerchandise must be sold and quick Beginning at 930 Saturday Morning June 6that their store 115 East Main Street Owensboro Ky will offer a- tPublic Auction Ingrain Brussels Axminister and Velvet Carpets from the medium grades to the finest manufactured Fine room size Rugs Bed Room Suits Dressers Chiffoniers Rockers Chairs Beds Springs Refrigerators Foding Beds Mattresses etc Cooking and Ranges This stock is one of the and best selected in Western Kentucky and in offering these goods To the Highest Bidder is placing before the people pie of this section an opportunity of lifetime Positively Nothing Reserved Every goes to the highest bidder nor will any bybidding be permitted Sales Daily as Follows 900 to 12 each morning 2 to 5 each afternoon 730 to each evening No goods sold at private sale everything under the hammer Conditions of Sale Cash in hand in cases When checks are presented in payment purchase same must be certified Remember this great Auction Sale begins Sat June 6th andwill continue from day to day until stock is sold LOOK FOR THE RED BANNERS AT THE GREAT WHEELER STOREE Main st Owensboro Ky E B ALLENDER of Lexington Kentucky Auctioneer Like Sterrett John D Is Always Ready It is not intended to devote this column to newspaper but really we like to know if John Babbage is holding himself in readiness the first call for the picnic tableHancock cuts sprains bruises burns rheu matic und nil other pains use McLeans Vol canic 011 Liniment Vlrst sold In still same effective remedy In 1908 Good for- man or beast 25c 50c and 3100 I R M JOLLY COI IIrvingtons Leading Store ollering people of two counties bargains that are selling goods Everyone in your I II will always be welcome to make our store your headquarters when in Irvington We I willappreciate your valued orders and insure you that they will have prompt attention IIf claim on your patronage is fair we will glad you in the near future Offer a 2 one them them Buggies a Cured Deafness a serve for should attract our should the Cos Chicago can your once Cost to sold Iron a 10 goes of our brethren would I for ClarionI For 1852 the to Groceries Our groceries are going at prices that sell the goods Every day 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 Limel Limel Lithe R M JOLLY CO Irvington Ky e of Fine and andI worth oclock they Parlor Parlor Suites Stoves finest article all entire 115 entirely c UI Get Ready for the Next Fair September 1 2 and 3 Get ready for the FIRST DAY An extra effort to make the first day attractive Running and Trotting Races Every Day e J First Cousin Dead Albert Lewis passed away at his home in Plymouth Peun Friday May 22 Mr Lewis was a nephew of Mrs Jacob Morrison of this city He was thirty six years of age and his death caused much sorrow in the Morrison home Handsome Dinner Party Mr and Mrs Chas May gave a very delightful all day party at their home Sunday and entertained the guests to an elaborate twelve oclock dinner Those present wore Mr and Mrs Chas Markland Miss Susie Ree Miller and David May of Owensboro Mr and Mrs Sam Hendrickson Misses Eva and Eliza May CONTAINS ENNEBYSPothers CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL GREGORY CO Proprietors Will do Custom Work LimePlasterfc Can make plans of building furnish all material and give estimate of cost Our Material is the Best and Prices Low Mrs Frank Mattingly entertained most pleasantly a number of young folks Friday evening in honor of Mrs Ben Ridgeways visitors Miss Brashear and Miss Mattingly HONE- YJJAXATIYE Dr Grossman of New Albanywas the guest of Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry Thursday and Friday He made an interesting lecture at the Presbyterian churchAND OUCHTastes ood TAR YRUPLcu t I CHIOUGIUfc For Sale by eJlDrviggists 1 A FACT 1f BOUT THE BLUES 1 What is known as the II Blues- Is seldom occasioned by actual exist log external conditions but in the great majority of cases by a disordered UVER THIS IS A FACT which may be demonstrated by trying a course of Jolts Pills They control and regulate the LIVER They bring hope and bouyancy to the mind They bring health and elastic Ity to the body TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE T5he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JUNE 3 1908 We are AnnouncementI BEN JOHNSON us a candidate for reeluc tlon to Congress subojct to the action of tile Democratic pnrty and voters Kotiunilly For Commonwealths Attorney- We are authorized to announce ludt l Henry Dellaven Moorman as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney subject to tho action of the Democratic party PERSONALAND LOCAL Quaker Oats at Sc per boxJuliat Brown Wm White has returned from Elk tonFresh Macaroni 5c per box at Julian BrownsMiss Ruth Frymire has been visiting at Stephensport If you want good Paint call on Jul- Ian Brown James H Harris is in Cannada for a several days visit Cow Peas Millet Seed and Feed Julian Brown- Remember my Shoe Sale is on yet Julian Brown James Younger will take a business trip to Lexington soon Mrs Barrett of Owensboro is the guest of Mrs Byrne Severs If you want cash for what you have toIell take it to Julian Brown Mrs Wm Hoffiious and son Elmer went to Owensboro Saturday Tom Ferry visited his sister Mrs Dawley in Louisville last week Ivan and Purva Hawkins of Ball town were in the city Saturday Get a hat trimmed in one of the new red shades at Mrs James Cordreys Frank Morris was the guest of Miss Inez Gregory in Louisville Sunday Mrs Homer Dawley of Louisville was the guest of relatives Sunday Mrs John Gault of Louisuille has been the guest of Mrs John Ridge Prince Davis of Portland Me has been the guest of Miss Ruth Haynes Miss Brashear of West Point arrived last week to visit Mrs Ben Ridgeway Mrs Owen M Parks of Webster was in Louisville shopping last week Mr and Mrs Joe Sawyer and daugh ter Jane went to Irvington last week Dr Smith isimproving and will spend another week at St Josephs infirmary- T B Henderson of Webster attended the Sunday School Convention Mrs Gilmour of Calhoon is the guest of herdaughter Mrs J C Epley Miss Mary Frank of Tobinsport waste guest of Miss Margaret Wroe Sun wMrs George Short went to Falls of Rough Saturday to visit Miss Jennie I GreenBest Binding Twine 505 feet to the Ib Will sell in sO lb lots at 9c Julian BrownMiss Grace Plank and sisters Misses Eva and Edith went to Owensboro SundayMiss Lelia Henley of Pewee Valley is the guest of Dr and Mrs R L Newsom Mr Collins of Bowling Green was here Sunday in the interest of Orphans Home work Dr John Kincheloe of Hardinsburg was the guest of Miss Margaret Moor man Monday Mr and Mrs George Chris and chil dren Kathleen and Harry went to Ow ensboro Saturday Miss Jean Todd went to Owensbor Saturday after a short visit to Mis Marion Bowmer Rev Currie and Mr Wick Moorma left yesterday for South Carrollton Ito attend conference Misses Julia and Katie Wroe are spending several weeks with relative in Hancock county Mrs Margaret Smithand son Leon ard of Fordsville are the guests oC Mrs Mattie Collins Morrison Calhoon dentists offlo downstairs 215 Fourth street hotphones Owensboro Ky Mr Emerson advertising manager for Emersons Floating Palace spent Sunday and Monday here Vivian Pierce of Versailles and Robert Pierce of West Point were guests of Miss Estelle May Sunday Miss Tula Babbage went to Itving ton Saturday to visit relatives while her mother Mrs Virgil Babbage attend State College commencement John D Babbage Jr and Archibald Wallace of Lewisburg W Va are expected here the last of this month to visit Mr and Mrs J D Babba- geSTEPIIENSPOR f Mrs W L Basham and Mrs A V Whitwoith were in Cloverport Saturday shoppingThere was quite a crowd came dowi from Louisville Saturday in a specia coach for an outing Mrs F C Ferry and son Miller are the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs E A Miller Louis Perkins of Louisville was the guest of his aunt Mrs M L Roberts Saturday and Sunday Miss Marguerite Stallmau of Che nault Mrs Dr D S Syires of Mooley yule were in town Saturday Virgil Roberts of Ark is with his parents Rev and Mrs Roberts Dr Nevitt was called to Irvingtor Sunday to the bedside of Mrs Wil Gardner who is in a very critical con dition William Petitt and daughter MIss Lizzie left today for Uniontown te spend the summer with his daughters Mrs James Basham and Mrs Hewittl HawkinsPike and Geo Petitt launched their gasoline boat Saturday They will soon have it completed- Mr and Mrs S B Connor spent the day Sunday in Rome the guest of their grandparents Mr and Mrs Robert Gardner G B Cunningham passed through own Sunday enrouta to Irvington to the WilliGardzerSardnerMrs Will Lennon and children of Hardinsburg are the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs R A Smith Mr and Mrs E S Connor spent the lay in Irvington Sunday with friends Mrs Albert McKaugban and little daughter are visiting relatives near SampleThere was quite a crowd from this = lace attended the ice cream supper at Rome Saturday night Our orchestra js doing fine with Andrew Crawford Jr Miss Pauline Moor man Miss Cecil Dix Miss Esther Payne and Miss Corinne Conn Terry Cagey Wlmts the matter Jerry What are you running for Jerry Lacey messenger oylttI all rlcht Terry Im oft duty now LOATING PALACESATURDAY NIGHT Emersons Floating Theater which gave a performance to a packed house in the new floating theater last night was without doubt the best boat show hat ever played the city and pleased the entire audience assembled All the specialties and singing were extra fine and some of very high order with many pr tty girls and dancers in gorgeous ostumes The feature of the evening was the rliadoo Troupe or Victorinas mysteries of India a sensation of the century The levitrtionfact is also astounding and wore so from the fact that a child whose jody floats in mid air can by some unknown means tell the audience what any person in tbe audience has written ona piece of paper which is previously sealed up and opened after the nature of the writing is revealed The swallowing and discharging of a oaded gun barrell is another difficult feat The entire entertainment is one fa most remarkable nature and of heat merit Journal Marietta Ohio That hacking coughcontinues Because your system is exhausted and your powers of resistance weakened Take Scotts Emulsion It builds up and strengthens your entire system- It contains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites prepared that it is easy to take and easy to digestA- LL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 = 11 Dont I Forget Us fII When in need IIFoundry MachineII We carry n lull line of Plumbers Supplies Mill Sup plies The best Paints find Floor Finishes Oils Greases Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Order Once a Customer Always One c u Cloverport Foundry Machine Co v J Important Mr Jib W fiord an expert repair man is an addition to our jewel ry department Bring your broken Vat ches and Jewelry to u Severs Drug Co Card of Thanks We want to thank the Cloverport people for the great kindness shown us during our distress caused by fireII Mr and Mrs Sam Furrow Warts Foil furnished reslI convenient business Apply PRINTING Presses machines Laundry machines secondhand Gasoline KnulnoH MAKTIN GABLE Louisville turnWV BANKOF CLOVERPORT Incorporated CapitalSurplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Safe Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive careful attention larger appre business Interest paid Time Deposits BANK CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT Approval approve European extent answered Cumrox certain family quarrels conducted- In language understand Washington ConditionsIneighbors ourselves EthelYes mamma people thenIndependent workmanship 4 If this in per son send for oy some or If dont of who will this sale us by mail to state and extra to be and + tI tli i W + KENT A room In a to part of town and depot at the News olilee u Iron SALE and lot of Also now and Uus and 518 3rd Street Kv road or on It I N wsou at his 1903 the same I as ones and we and in on OF KY A Word of I So you of your son In lawr To some Sir Its a relief to have some of our a I dont Star book tells us to love our as Little but didnt live In flats Kansas City CROWN Under the Overshirt Over the Undershirt- The Only Practical Neg- ligeeSUSPFNDI9R Easy Always adjustable back front requirements each the trousers sup them perfectiy negligee C E Co pair50c NOL BRO CLOVERPOHT Cadick Milling SUSPENDER STRAIGHT choose DUST choice eatenCADICKS GOLD DUST healthful omended Cadick grocerGrandview GrandviewIndiana THE BOOKERPOLE COMPANYS BIG REMOVAL SALE SATURDAY MORNING JUNE 6 WE forced move from present quarters and now remodeling building 121 West Second which when completed the finest clothing stores Kentucky the meantime going SLAUGHTER present stock highgrade Clothing Shoes and Furnishings order that may open new store with entire new stock you have attended one our sales the past know that they GENUINE that no one gives greater values This will any similar event section Kentucky Come Owensboro enjoy days outingthe money you save on your purchases will pay expenses and leave you handsome besides Where Can You Match These Prices New and Stylish Clothing Shoes Etc L75 liens Young Mens two throe piece Suits light medium weights worth 10 to 20 675 Mens Young Mens stylish Suits stylish good materials 875 present seasons tine Suits Men Young Men blue serges now browns olives 1275 our regular 1650 18 Suits Fine ma terials linings and workmanship new colors 1675 Suit in the house Finest shown Regular 20 to 25 Suits from best makers in land 250 Boys Suits 150 4 Boys Suits 250 5 Boys Suits 350 Ment Summer Coats worth 250 to 350 135 Ministers Vests Drapete materials extra long worth 750 25 Boys Knee Pants fine line 39C you cannot attend what you want neighbor friend you know anyone neighborhood attend your order being careful enclose enough cover postage Unsatisfactory may returned money refunded Cutting Rood ciate your fluence that MAKE COATLESS to put on and take off invisible Double and may tightened or loosened in and to suit wearers Fastens at hip button of and ports comfortable per J l KY IS and narrow But if you only CAD ICKSGOLD FLOUR for baking the wisdom of your become more apparent with every loaf of bread FLOUR Is nu tritious and especially rec for family use Get s Flour from are to our are our at St will be one of in Western In we are to our of in we our an If of in you are and sale eclipse ever held in this of to a all a balance on for find and and for and colors and for for and and for and All for any ever the the All now All now All now Coats and fine now sale from your send sizes goods ofllce be your will Gold Dust your Boys Felt Mats black and brown good styles 26c Childrens White Yacht Caps now The CorlissCoon Collars regular loc kind now ic Mens 2 and S250 Still and Soft Huts now140lie- nsand Boys Straw Hats all sizes 9c Choice of all 350 and4 WalkOver Shoes and Oxfords best made now325Choi-ceof all 5 WalkOver Shoes and Oxfords at395Ch- oice of bin lot of 50c and S5c Shirts now 25c Regular 50c line FurgesonMcKinney Shirts now 39c Regular 150 Calumet Shirts now 98c Fine Balbriggan Underwear shirts and drawers 19c D V D Coat Shirts and Knee Drawers 39c Blue Cottonades N Y Camlets best made 35c Fine Black Socks seamless double heel and toe 7o A thousand other bargains equally desirable at propor tionate prices THE BOOKER= POLE CO Incorporated 117 EAST SECOND STREET Owensboro 11 Kentucky ti FAIRIES OF CORNWALL luperetltlont That Still Live In This Corner of England Cornwall thnt corner of Britain that fcaa resisted modernism made a strong peal to the imagination of Katherine Lee Bates and she writes of it In her From Oretna Green to Lands End Ib Cormval as in Ireland the fairy to still In possession and folk lore Is Almost a religion The small people have been gay and loudly neighbors sometimes whisking away a neglected baby and returning the little mortal ill pink and clean wrapped In leaves and blossoms as sweet as a nut These are the spirits of Druids or of other early Cornwall folk who as heathen may not go to heaven but are too Innocent for hell So they are suf fered to live on in their old happy haunts but ever dwindling and dwin dUng till it Is to be feared that by and by what with all the children grow ing stupid over school books and all the poets writing realistic novels the small people will twinkle out of sight The sprlggans lurking about the cairns and cromlechs whore they keep guard over burled treasure could bet ter be spared They are such thievish and mischievous trolls with such ex traordinary strength in their ugly bits of bodies it Is more likely they are the diminished ghosts of the old giants The piskies are nearly as bad as any bewildered traveler who has been pls ky led Into a bog could testify The only sure protection against their tricks Is to wear your garmonts inside out Many a Cornish farmer has found I nut young horse all sweated and spent In the morning his mano knotted Into fairy stirrups showing plainly how some score of the piskies had been riding him overnight And many a Cornish miner deep down in the earth has felt his hair rise on his head as 1m heard the tap tap tap of the knockers souls of long imprisoned Jews sent here by Roman emperors to work the tin mines of Cornwall If one feels dull and spiritless in the spring or early summer they call it Sprng Fever nut there is no fever usu lly It is the after effects of our wint I habits The nerves are mostly at fail Tired wornout nerves leave us languid lifeless and without spirit or ambition A few doses of Dr Shoops Rest rative will absolutely and quickly cbangeall of these depressing symptoms The Restorative course wont bring I you back to full health in a day or two but it will do enough in 18 hours to satisfy you that the remedy is reaching 1 1tlat tired spot Druggists every v her are advising its use as a splendid and prompt tonic It gives more vim and more spirit to the spoonful than any other kuown nerve or constitutional tonic It sharpens a failing appetite aids digestion trees sluggish livers and i Tcidi eys and brings new life strength fliui ambition Test it and be convinced Sold by All Dealers- Absentminded i Sir John Burden Sanderson was no toriously absentminded Of the cycle of anecdote that gathered around him much was fabricated The story of his boll I ir his watch while holding an egg In his hand often related also of Newton Is In La Bruyeres Caracteres But there seems to be some foundation Q for the suspicion that In his laboratory he once lunched on a frog and was afterward found deeply contemplating a sandwichUsing His Voice ElizaDid you say Sam was makin ft lot of money out of his voice Cloe Sure thing At de opera ElizaAt de opera Cloe Yas ho calls de car riages Yonkers Statesman Friendship that flames goes out in a hYoung HeadacheIf try Dr Miles AntiPain Pills Why not do so They will relieve the pain in just a few minutes Ask your druggist There are 45000 druggists in the U S Ask any of them A package of 25 doses costs 25 cents One tablet usually stops a headache They relieve pain without leaving any disagreeable aftereffects isnt that what you want1 My son Frank Snyder has used Dr Mlles AntiPain Fills for a lone time He never had anything to help him so much for headache A year ago he came home and I wu down sick with such a dreadful nlrY our headache He save ml one of the AntiPain Pills and after while I took another and was entirely re lieved I always keep them In the house now and gave many away to there suffering with headache MRS LOUISE LEVELLYN Powell South Dakota Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti oamyreturnIf It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind CROMWELLS BODY Conflicting Stories as to Its Disposition After Death What became of Cromwell The question is a vexed one According to an ancient tradition Cromwells body was conveyed away Immediately after his death in obedience to his last or ders and was burled on Naseby field where he had obtained the greatest victory and glory According to an other account Mary Lady Faucon berg Cromwells daughter was able to convey the body away from its grave In the abbey and to have it bur led in her husbands house of New burg in Yorkshire where the tomb an Impenetrable marble one is still shown Another corpse was substitut ed for Cromwells In the abbey and it was this nameless corpse which under went the Indignities put upon it in January 1001 when the putative body was hanged on the gallows at Tyburn together with Iretons and Bradshaws while the head was set up on a polo above Westminster hall This head still transfixed by a spike which was let through the cranium by means of a specially drilled hole is now In the possession of Horace Wil kinson of Sovenoaks It Is the head curiously enough of sows one whose body has probably been embalmed for the top of the skull has been sawed off in order presumably to admit of the removal of the brains The body to which this head belonged was burled under the gallows of Tyburn unless which Is probable the Fauconbergs obtained the body there and carried It off London Lancet A TRAGIC EXPERIMENT How a Husband Tried to Cure His Wifes Fear of Pythons Concerning pythons the following Js a true story A young lady in England for H long time resisted her lovers entreaties to go out to India with him asn his wife She had a horror of the wild animals she believed she might encounter there especially serpents At length however after he had Issued a sort of ultimatum she consented to accompany him She did not however leave her fears behind her and lived inconstant terror of some day meeting what she so intensely feared Her husband did his best to laugh her fears away but without avail Then he re solved to try more drastic means A huge python was killed in the neighborhood of his bungalow With out telling his wife anything about it he ordered the reptile to be brought into the drawing room and coiled up I as if asleep on the hearth rug Then he went out and called his wife telling her to go into the drawing room and that he would Join her in a few min utes Soon after he heard a dreadful scream That will cure her of her fear of serpents he smiled to himself and purposely delayed his entry When at last he went into the drawing room he saw his wife 1 lying dead on the floor and coiled around her was another huge python the mate to the lone that lay dead on the hearth rug St James Gazette The Turret Battery Early in the nineteenth century in 1812 Colonel John Stevens conceived the Idea of the construction of an iron plated vessel of war with a saucer shaped hull propelled by screws so ar ranged as to give a rotary motion to the structure The battery was to be of the heaviest ordnance of the time and the plating heavy enough to resist the shot of similar guns at short range The main purpose of the craft was harbor defense and the plan of action was to moor the vessel by a chain leading down through the bottom of the ship at its center and to spin it around this center firing gun after gun as It came In the line of tire thus anticipating the later Tlmby turret which in turn was the germ of the modern monitor urmorclad Such a vessel was actually built half a century later by the Russian government and was a good representative of the first Stevens battery Cusslers Magazine Paved With Tombstones Not the least noteworthy thing about the beautiful building writes Dr Siindormnun from Mayence to the Wocheuschrlft referring to the cathe dral of that place Is the pavement This is made with stones on which there are Hebrew letters which aroused our curiosity Investigation showed that the stones at one time marked graves in the Jewish cemetery and had been taken thence when there was a scarcity of building material and used to pave the cathedral They have re mained there ever since and some of the inscriptions are still in a fair state of preservation Its Cost A Frenchman meeting an English soldier with a Waterloo modal ani madverted sneeringly on the govern ment for bestowing such a trifle which he declared lid not cost 3 francs That is true to be sure replied the hero It did not cost the English government quite 3 francs but it cost the French a Napoleon Returned Empty- A mean multimillionaire who suf fered terribly from seasickness on his way back to New York has it is said demanded a rebate off his fare claim ing special terms as a returned emptyPunchs Almanack The Retort Caustic Miss Rinkles Everything costs so much nowadays I suppose Ill have to live plainer Miss SharptungWhy- my dear you couldnt be any plainer and live London Telegraph A rat may flood a province German Proverb J THE CAPTAINS PLAN His Rule For Fighting Seasickness Didnt Work Both Ways- A young woman who recently made a trip to Huropo decided to consult the captain of the ship as to the bestt preventive for seasickness Ilaviii1 armed herself with a letter of Intro duction to the officer she waited until the ship had cleared Sandy look says a writer in the Uoliemlnn und then approached him She described hoi fears and begged for a remedy MyI dear lady replied the captain with an amused smile you will not be troubled with any Illness If you will do what I tell you Most ladles con fine tthemselves to their staterooms and thereby Incur the very thing they fear Now If you will stay on deck get all the fresh air you can walk up and down take good physical cure of yourself and try not to think of trouble you will never be seasick The lady thanked him She followed time directions faithfully and when the ship ran Into the tall end of a heavy northwest gale she never felt a qualm She appeared regularly nt meals and enjoyed herself thoroughly As the gale was abating she bethought her that It was due time cap tain that she should thank him for his good advice and approaching the deck steward Intrusted him with n message asking for an Interview In due time the steward returned saying that the captain was unable to grant her an interview Why not she questioned Why wont he see me Captains compliments miss paid the steward but hes suffering with a bit of seasickness which as lasted two days now nn he aint in shape to talk to you Thinks It Saved tics Life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says in a recent letter I have used Dr Kings New Discovery many years for coughs and colds and I think it saved my life I have found it a reliable rem edy for throat and lung complaints and would no more be without a bottle than I would be without food tt For nearly forty years New Discovery has stoodat the head of throat and lung remedies As a preventive of pneumonia and healer of weak lungs it has no equal Sold under a guarantee at Severs Drug Co 50c and 5100 Trial bottle free Historical Novels To produce a so called historical novel has been attempted by many but with indifferent success by the ma jority so far as history is concerned Alike the best known and the most successful authors of this class are Scott Kingsley and Lytton In group lug books of this type in an order of merit based on their historical worth it cannot be denied that The Last of the Barons should be awarded the first place with Henry Esmond and Hereward the Wako bracketed as second Victor Hugos LHIstorie dun Crime which has been called the apotheosis of the special corre spondent is a notable example of a contemporary history written under a thin disguise of fiction Pearsons An Easy Job A schoolmaster set as an essay subject to a class of his young hopefuls What I would like to be and one pronouncement delivered In n bold half text was as follows I would like to be a horse driver When you are driving a horse you sit and do nothing You do that all day and feed the horse at night and your work Is done for that day Then when Saturday comes you get your pay and then you get all Sunday to yourself Kansas City Newsbook Grandma said the child who lived in a flat What is it dear Please tell me about how you lived in a house when you were a little girl and there wasnt any Janitor but n big parrot to play in on rainy days Washington Herald Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor one by cheerfulness soon when the kid are out of older diseasedKidney trouble has so I It is not uncommon a child to be born with weak kid if the child urin too often If the urine scalds the if when the child reaches an age should be able to control the is yet afflicted with bedwetting it the cause of the difficulty Is maUand and the first step should be the treatment of these important This unpleasant trouble Is due to a condition of the kidneys and not to a habit as most people Women as well are made mis erable with bladder trouble and both need great remedy The mild and effect of SwampRoot is realized It is sold by druggists in cent and sizes You may sample bottle prevalent tree also pamphlet tell home of Brnupnoot Ing all about it Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer c Co Binghamton N Y be sure and nentlon this paper Dont make any mistake but remember tb name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y sea AVerv bottle The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company lc BF BEARDPresident M H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMPTON I Assistant Cashier f WHEN SHE GIVES UP The Frenchwoman of Years Degen erates Into a Dowdy The French have a neat phrase for the woman who growing old throws off with the follies of middle ago all pretensions to toilet charm or good looks They say In a word that she has abdicated But when the Parisian queen abdi cates she does it in no half hearted manner Her dowdiness is a thing to make elegant elderly American women stand aghast Tire British matron of mature years is a dangerous siren com pared with her French prototype From being a plump silver voiced enchantress she changes to an unwieldy muss of flesh with a baritone voice a small bonnet twinkling with Jet placed far back on her parted and scraped hair and with black clothes of nameless fashion and depressing dingl nessThis elderly Frenchwoman may be a dowager duchess from the Faubourg or the cherished spouse of your grocer The type is the same The fact is that the French are an eminently practical not to say mate rial race and the Frenchwoman is the very embodiment of these nationnl idiosyncrasiesWhat use they would argue of running up bills for dresses and what not when there is no chance of any longer pleasing Why not enjoy the pleasures of the table even if your waist assumes alarming proportions when they are the only pleasures left Why try to speak in dulcet tones when as everybody knows it is the grand mother who has always the final word in the French family and whatever the timbre of her voice her family will be sure to listen to it This frank acceptation of old age and all that It implies is not without I tacle that Is too familiar in other lands of grandmothers still dancing in span tied tulleLondon Sketch Bucklenj Arnica Salve Wins Tom Moore of Rural Route 1 Coch ran Ga writesHI had a bad sore come on the instep of my foot and could find I than half of a 25 cent box won the day for me by affecting a perfect cure Sold under a guarantee at Severs Drug Co The Good Old Days The richest man in King CharlesI IIs England could not get a dinner as tens of thousands will sit down to today Cattle were of a tar poorer breed vegetables were few and bad and the commonest conveniences of the table were unknown Fish knives for instance are hardly con sidered an extravagant luxury but Mr Gladstone could remember when they were not to be found on any table London Telegraph Its Sometimes Like That They were rehearsing for the ama teur theatricals You mean to say cried the heroine clearing her throat that the people in the back of the house cant hear us speak our lines The professional trainer held up his hand with a soothing gesture Yes but dont let that worry you he said They can hear the prompter so they wont lose touch with the play New Orleans TimesDemocrat A Pecuniary Pointer You saw a great many paintings while you were abroad last year- I did answered Mr Grafton Grabb They bring great prices1 Yet the old masters did not become richThats what Im telling my boy who wants to study art instead of help ing me run the ward Theres more money in being a new boss than an old master Washington Star Knew His Business A circus man recently ordered a large advertising poster of his show to be printed and objected because there was so much clear sky In it I aint agoln to advertise the sky ho said to the lithographer I paid you to advertise my show Draw a few camels and stick them up in the eavenly blue I aint agoln to havo all that good space run to waste Liverpool Mercury A Natural Request A capital Instance of childs logic Is sent us by a correspondent In a let tor Just received from my son in New South Wales she writes he men tions overhearing the following on board a steamer from Sydney to Mel bourne A very seasick little fouryear old girl said to her mother Oh mam ma please do let the ship walklIItI London Globe Capital 50000 urplus 5000 DIRECTORS Richardson Kincheloe aSJthe Inre lapIplied ysIMSS AsNs-s ab First State BankiIRVINGTON KY J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresiden- H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Paid on Time Deposits 4 N 8 s ssussss w- iV II BOVMEH President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIOHTFOOT Vicepresident CHAS SKILLMAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and by the very latest equipment Interest paid time deposits Business great and small solicited Y + YI THE Fifth Avenue- Louisville HOTEL Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr i + Eskridge Robertson- B Interest protected onlJI fremI II The Carlsbad of America French Lick and West Baden Springs Now reached by direct line of the Southern Railway Leave Evansville 720am pm Rockport 7 am 2 pm 7 am 2 pm Tell City 7 2 pm Troy 7 am pm Arrive French Lick10 am pm West IlndenIO 5 pm Daily Except Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS Evansville to French Lick3Rockport 2 CanneltonII 2 Tell CityII 2 TroyI 2 E D Stratton P Evansville Ind Beam Jr A G P At St Louis Mo Tonight If you would enjoy toworrow take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets tonight They produce an agreeable laxative effect clear the head and cleanse the stomach Price cents Samples free at Severs Drug Co I Toboggan Elopement An elopement by bob sleigh occurred Blcnne last winter where a young Swiss forbidden to visit his sweet hearts house carried the girl by an ingenious ruse The girl persuaded her parents to accompany her the mountain route of Evilard to watch the tobogganing Halfway shouts warning were heard a sleigh came tearing down and every one the side of the course The girl alone stood still The lover and his friends who were on the sleigh slackened speed caught tho girl in their arms and flash down to the bottom tho run There the lovers caught a train placeimmediatelyhelpless as she is age My child burned terribly about the face neck and chest I applied Dr Thomas Electric Oil Time pain ceas and the child sank into a restful sloepMrs Nancy Hanson Ham burg N Y Morris W Beard S Dr M V Beard W I The most centrally located and firstclass hotel in the city I1200 rate Only block from sbopptngdlstrlct and two blocks Ithe principal theatres Street pass thedoor to of city- Everything neat andlclean 1Q1Ce E 51Pr a bwl Ind 2 41 15 15 11 Cannelton 15 15 II 25 am 11 2 5 Arrive 30 am 55 16 52 72 44 To West Baden 256 264 A J C 25 at off up up of to ed of to of was ed I M G A C F on ran D one tbe cars all par tbe rJ IW ate 20 22 35 32 20 45 60 i 3 20 II II 2 76 II 2 48 L II 4 ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND No 11 8 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloveruort 507 AM stops at Irvlngtcn and West Point Loulsvlllo12SAIIINo Clover ort 10ot A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1245 p m Train No 114 Dally fast mall leaves Ole verport 450 p m stops at all way stations east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 735 um accommodation WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Evansrlllo coacmmodatlon leaves Oloverport 800 a m stops at all way stations arrives Evaasvlllo 900 am oxpressleavesHawesvlllo Lewisport Maceo Owonsboro Stanley Henderuon and Evansville arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mall and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evanuvllle 1030 pallyLouis fast train leaves Olo rorport 1106 PM arrives Evansville 135 A M St LouIs h40 A M stops at Hawesville Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 111 113 113 114 between LouIsville and Evansvlllc through sleeping cars and tree reclining cbalr cars on trains II and 118 between Louisville Evansville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No2 dally except Pmday leaves Fordsville 560c aa arrives Irvington 840 anj Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 320 pm arrives Irvington 520 mTrain NO6 Sunday only Fordbvlllo630 a m Irvington 003 a m WESTBOUND leaveIInlngon4 PTralnNo5 Dally leaves JrvlngtoD 050 p m arrives Fordsville 115 v m j She Fighting J Chance i Who arc you dining with he ash cdalltJlIIlltyIIMr Mr Siward IIMr Slwnnl he repeated In sur prised displeasure as though lie had not already divined It Yesn air n I like A man I dislike he rejoined with the slightest emphasis simplySo goingtoAny excuse will do IlowandI mean that I do not care to have you seen with Mr Siward Have I over demanded very much of you Syl ofIgoui And still she stood there her eyes Vide her color gone repeating Excuse What excuse What do you mean by excuse Howard I have told you You know my wishes It ho has a telephone you can communicate with him And say that Ithat you forbid mo If you choose Yes say that lob ject to him Is there anything extraor dinary In a man objecting to his future wife dining In the country at a com mon Inn with a notorious outcast from every decent club and circle In New York 7 What she whispered white ns sayII I repeat what everybody ex I cept you seems to be aware on Do I you care to have me explain to you exactly why decent people have ostra sized this man with whom you are proposing to figure in a public resort He turned to Leila who stood at the window her back turned toward them Mrs Mortimer when Mr Plank ar rives you will be kind enough to ex plain why Sylvia is unable to accom pany you If Leila heard she neither turned nor made sign of comprehension- Wel will dine at the Santa Regina ho said to Sylvia Agatha Is there and Ill find somebody at the club to Why bother to find anybody said Leila wheeling on him exasperated Why not dine there with Agatha alone It will not be the first time I fancyWhat do you mean1 he said fierce ly under his breath The color had left his face too and in his eyes Leila saw for the first time an expression that she had never before surprised In any eyes except her husbands What do I mean 1 repeated Leila I mean what I say and if you dont understand It you can find the key to it I fancy Nor shall I answer to you- ror my guests I Invite whom I choose Mr Siward Is one Mr Plank Is an other Sylvia If you care to come I shall be delighted I do care to come said Sylvia Her heart was beating violently her eyes were on Quarrier If you go said QuarrIer showing the glimmering edge of teeth under his beard you will answer to me for it I will answer you now Howard 1 am going with Mrs Mortimer What have you to say- Continued 1 Next Week NOT II PARTICLE OFSKINONBODY Worst Case of Eczema Doctor Had I SixIto DieBlood Oozed Her BodyHad to Be Wrapped- in Silk and Carried on a Pillow I Now She Is Perfectly Cured DOCTOR RECOMMENDED tCUTICURA REMEDIES J M My little girl was born two weeka Wore her time and my wile died four hours after the birth of our child and I had to raise the baby on arti ficial foods Six months after birth she broke out and I had two doctors in attendanceThere was not a particle of skin left on her body the blood oozed out Just anywhere and we had to wrap her in silk and carry her on a pillow for ten weeks She was the most terrible sight I ever saw and for six months I looked for her to go to her mama but thank God and his agents she is alive and well Itoday and she will be three years oldI the seventh of December and has never had a sign pf the dread trouble sInce I used every known remedy to nllo viate her suffering for it was terrible Ito witness Dr C gave her up and then I went to CJ and got Dn B and ho and Cuticura Soap rand Cutloura Ointment saved her Ho recommended the Cuticura Remedies or said we were right in making use or them As nearly as I can remember we used eight cakes of Cutioura Soap and three boxes of Cuticura Ointment but you must tako Into consideration that hers was an exceptional case for an old and good doctor said that it was the worst case that had come to him In forty years I have always hinged on Cutioura Soap to keep her skin soft and to give her a pure complexion James J Smith Wood and Metal Pattern- Maker Box 234 Buena Vista Va Oct 14 ana 22 1006 Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor of Infant Children and Adujta I I SkinCutlCoated Plae 25o per vial of 60 to Purity the mood Sold throughout the world Potter Drug Chem Corp SOle Props Borton Miss Niraued FreeTcutleura Book oa Skin DUeww r r = hl v HELPFUL ADVICE You wont tell your family doctor privateLllnessneed not be afraid to tell Mrs Pink ham at Lynn Mass the things you could not explain to the doctor Your letter will be held in the strictest con fidence From her vast correspondence with sick women during the past thirty years she may have gained the very knowledge that will help your case Such letters as the fol lowing from grateful women es tablish beyond a doubt the power of LYDIA E PINKHAMS VEGETABLE COMPOUND to conquer all female diseases Mrs Norman R Barndt of Allen town Pa writes II Ever since I was sixteen years of age I had suffered from an organic de rangement and female weakness in consequence I had dreadful headaches and was extremely nervous My physi operation about Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetablo Compound and I took it and wrote you for advice following your directions carefully and thanks to you I am to day a well woman and I am telling all my friends of my experience FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulcera tion fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear mgdown feeling flatulency indies tiondizzinessornervousprostrationOUTLOOK Possibility of a Big Era of Road Building With the passage of the Bosworth Wyatt bill at the last session of the legislature the proposition of good roads becomes a possibility In Ken tucky No state of the pretensions of this commonwealth in all the Union has such Inaccessible roads and In some cases a veritable canal of mud binds two Important little hill or moun tain towns together To get from Mlddlesboro to Harlan in adjoining counties one has to take a railroad train through Virginia and then scram ble on horseback over the most precipitous road in the south to the scat of Harlan county The bill provides a constitutional amendment to be voted on at the next legislative election in 1000 It gives each county power to assess 5 per cent of Its total valuation for road repair and building in distinction to the pres ent law which provides only 2 per cent In the case of Shelby county which now has but 32500 for Its 500 miles of highways and pikes It would thus have 050000 though for 200 000 its roads could be well kept up The appropriation from Jefferson and Kenton would be enormous Nothing is more serious to the itinerant merchants or the Immense rural population of Kentucky than roads Any politician who like Gov ernor Wlllson traveled 40000 miles on roads during a campaign knows that the hardships to bo undergone are really tremendous Often Wlllsou was so sore from the jolting on some moun lain cow path that he would fall from his horse and lying down on a rock refuse to ride a step farther until his aching back was at ease Once in coming down a steep hillside In Letch er county made unendurable even by the sure footed horse because of its disrepair and roughness the animal stumbledGosh gasped Wlllson there near ly went the whole campaign I Sheer below ran a rock wall down to a valley GOO feet Should the people ratify the Bos worthWyatt bill there will begin an era of road building such as tho peo plo of Kentucky have never known before A state highway association will bo appointed and competent civil engineers put in charge of tho work VALUE OF THE DRAG D Ward King Asserts Split Log Va riety Has Obliterated Mudholes Missouri has today hundreds of miles of muddy mud roads without n single mudholo to tho mile said D Ward King in opening his speech on Good Roads at Troy Mo the other afternoon A muddy mud road with out a mudhole said he is a product of the King road drug By no other system can mud roads without mud holes bo made The twentyfour hours of rainfall just past has of course made the mud roads muddy but on my way from Mexico I saw from the car window mile after mile of earth road on I which in spite of the rain not a mud hole could be found Near Martins I burg and TTellsvllle on each sloe New Florence and Wentzvllle and otI other points = along the line are that to the practiced eye give evidence of the use of the road drag Mr King went to Troy at the invita tion of County Engineer T A Hal ley and represented tho state high way commission He said that Missouri had made greater progress In solving the problem of better roads than any other state In the Union A Vital Point The most delicate part of a baby Iis its bowels Every ailment that it suffers with attacks the bowels also endanger ing in most cases the life of the infant McGhees Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea djsentary and all derangements of the stomach or Vowels Sold by A R Fisher Mrs Popley Mr DAuber remarked today that our Georgle was like a young Apollo Mr Poplcy Oh thats the way with ttotr there artists They are all the time trying to make people think well of those old classical heroes Phila delphia Press Dont use harsh physics The reac tion weakens the bowels leads to chronic constipation Get Doans Regulets They operate easily one the stomach cure constipation AN INDIAN GREETING The Salutation a Canadian Heard on the Columbia River Telling about the Indians of the Pa cific coast as ho found them In 1840 Paul Kane the Canadian artist tried to give an Idea of their language as he found it at that time The example which he quotes would have delighted Max Muller and it may Interest some readers in this country In his Wan derings of an Artist he seems not to recall any particular Individual of the name of Clark who might have im pressed the Indians of the Columbia river but American renders will at once think of the comrade of Major Lewis in the famous expedition of 1803I would willingly give a specimen of the barbarous language of this people were it possible to represent by any combination of our alphabet the hor rible harsh spluttering sounds which proceed from their throats apparently unguided either by the tongue or lip says Mr Kane It Is so difficult to ac quire n mastery of their language that none have been able to attain it except those who havo been born among themThey have however by their Inter course with the English and French traders succeeded in amalgamating after a fashion somo words of each of these tongues with their own and Informing a sort of patois barbarous enough certainly but still sufficient to enable them to communicate with the tradersThis patois I was enabled after some abort time to acquire and could con verse with most of the chiefs with tol erable case Their common salutation Is Clakhoh ahyah originating as 1 believe In their ancestors having heard In the early days of the fur trade a gentleman named Clark frequently addressed by his friends Clark how are you 1 This salutation Is now applied to every white man for their own language affords no appropriate expression Minneapolis Journal Tired mothers worn out by the peev ish cross baby have found Cascasweet a boon and a blessing Casctswaet is for babies and children and is especially good for the ills so common in hot weather Look for the ingredients printed on the bottle Contains no harmful drugs Sold by all druggists He was an editor who had been landed once or twice for libel and he made up his mind to take no risks this timeNo more libel suits for me he said as he altered Cain the murderer of Abel to Mr Cain the alleged mur deror of the late Mr Abel You Never Can Tell just exactly the cause of your rheumatism but you know you have it Do you know that Ballafda Snow Liniment will cure Itreliees the painreduces- the swelling and limbers the joints and muscles so that you will be as active and well as yqu ever were Price 2sc SOc and 100 Sold by A R Fisher A Boy on Clergymen Bishop Potter at an ecclesiastical dinner In New York one time read a Cooperstown schoolboys essay on Clergymen The essay which creat ed much amusement was as follows There are three kinds of clergymen blshups recters and curats the blshups tells the rectors to work and the curats have to do It a curat Is a thin mar nod man but when he Is a recter he gets fuller and can preach longer ser mons and becums a good manWash ington Star Women and Betting Why is it that men bet and women dontMen choose betting as a means of putting a stop to an argument Well Well women never want an argu ment stopped Cleveland Leader A True Friend- I tell you Green Is a true friend Give me proof He borrowed money from me and paid it back when I asked him for it without Insulting meDetrolt Free Press o IAA DOLEFUL DILEMMA The Tearful Tale of the Per plexed Princess rROBLEMIA Most Puzzling and Lamentable Sit uation That Fortunately For the Peace of Mind of Womankind IIs Not at All Liable to Recur Now when It was the thousand and third night said Dunyazad to her sis ter Shabrazad Allah upon me 0 my sister recite to us some new story del- ightsome and delectable wherewith to while away the waking hours of our latter night With joy and goodly will answer ed Shahrazad if this pious and auspi cious king permit Tell on quoth the king who had freely partaken of the dish termed by the Franks the rabbit of Wales and was sleepless and restless So Shahra zad rejoiced with the prospect of talk ing thus began on the thousand and third night The Tale of the Perplexed Princess Afar In the realm of Guricund which lies within the land of Hindustan once reigned a mighty king who had one daughter of such exceeding beauty that all who beheld her became poets and warriors which was well for the national fame but 111 for the royal treasuryNow the loveliness of the princess being such It may seem strange that she hind attained her eighteenth year unmarried yet so It befell for In his hesitancy because of the great multi tude of eligible suitors the king who though otherwise respectable was a vilely devout heathen made a vow that he would give his daughter in marriage only to that man who should receive the indorsement of his idol an Image of exceeding ugliness housed in a golden temple adjacent to the palace So it was that many princes from many lands came to bow before the I iIdol offering splendid sacrifices and rich gifts of treasure for the desired sign of favor yet ever the Idol re mained silent At length there came from the is land of Lanka a prince of great power and so deeply smitten was he with lovo for the princess that he bowed before the idol saying Great lord grant but that the princess may become my bride and then shall I without delay return to thee and cut off my own head as a thank offering And the next day when the king and all his court came to worship In the golden temple the evil spirit that was within the idol caused the hand of the Image to stretch forth and point to the prince and caused the stone lips to open and say to the king Behold thy soninlawForthwith was the wedding of the prince and princess celebrated with great pomp in the palace and straight way thereafter in fulfillment of his vow the prince hastened to the tem pIe bowed before the idol and cut off his own head Then entered the priest of the tem ple and In his grief horror and tear for what had chanced and for what might well come to him In conse quence likewise cut off his head Then entered the princess seeking her husband and seeing but the two headless bodies raised the princes sword and was about to sever her own lovely head when the idol spoke again saying Hold Take the heads and set them upon the mena shoulders And the princess did even so And the heads grew fast to the bodies and toe bodies rose upon their feet But now It appeared that in her haste and tumult of mind the princess had set the priests head upon the shoulders of the prince and the princes head upon the shoulders of the priest so that In a way each was the other yet neither was either and each claimed her as his bride and each head being a wise bead spake many shrewd arguments one way and the other yet could neither prevail And so was the princess sore perplexed and In truth never have I learned how logically to conclude the tale In sooth said the king might she not have obtained a divorce Nay sire replied Shahrazad for from whom 1 And which must she then have married in ace rdance with the word of the lidol Then proposed the king why might they not have matched dinars to decide which should have her Ah my lord said Shahrazad shak ing her head that would have been In accord with the easy unscientific method of the far west which would still have left the problem unsolved Surely then urged the king they might have fought for her And would that have determined the truth 1 responded Shahrazad and would not the victor have been either or both a murderer and a suicide Alas my lord the Insoluble perplexity of this fair princess hath caused mo much sorrow and glad am I only that luch sad dilemmas do not often occur New York Times His Crime A popular actress recently visited Chicagos Ghetto seeking a samovar In that strange section of cosmopolitan- Ism she heard a new one As I turned a corner said the lady the boys mother had him by the ear and In her uplifted raised hand there was r menacing barrel stave Ill learn ye to tie the kettle to the cats tally she yelled In wrath It wasnt our catl cried the frightened boy No It wasnt our cat almost shrieked the enraged moth er but It was our kettle I i w v Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees t If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you arc interested in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want It and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price + Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you 1 want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together t enablingbuyersJno D Babbaae yonueWell1 750 I55 acres on HardlnsburR und mllosfroma good big barn HO acres In oak and beech timberBeechbehauledLimestonelandyearroundeasy payments FOR SALEA splendid stand for n druggist urroundedby stepIntoAn old established physician wants to retire particulars portly Cr Ocn n2 acres on Hardlnsburg and3OyOU falls of Slaking road 3 miles onestorydwellingsblacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation ant pasture 222 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree alt good size Plenty of good water the year round Onethird cash and good easy terms on balance RAftf w acres situated IK miles from PUUU Holt Joins Gab Pierce Itldgo land In good shape good fencing one good dwel llug house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 burn pondsThis0 acres In timber white oak sugar tree and beech balance cleared Plenty of good fruit Good road to Stephen port25S miles and good road to Holt 1H wiles This farm Is not worn It Is good land and In good MX Just thelOUt for a man with a small family I Cheapest In Price of- SubsGrlption be is is Clear A very young child was his at the In his grand house The anx ious to hear the stood at the room door which was open for him to see and hoar the child the usual God to bless his par the child bless and grandpa At the men of the last named the boys eye sight of his he and his little said There he In 1cIoob rcI 800 acres miles from Cloverport OUOlovcrpor i tand600 BCfeliIngrass balance In Goodlimestone nc1wlJeutOnetbtr4cashacre farm 414 miles from Olo DowlInltsmalldWtlIInlts andBsulpbutspring111woods20000poumis anlttarealfarmfuruncuttimberI ThaIfarm Sales A A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc yearPostabout 120 per year Three miles from station on the branch Here is a fine for man with small capital to drop right into a good business For write JNO D BABBAGE Ky Middle Ridge Poultry Yards Single leghorns- Bred l r to Lay Strain A 100 per 15 4 00 per 50 300 per 100 J H PAYNE IND Phone 134 Box 20 lillJ Most Complete and Accurate News I Kentuckys Fearless Newspaper The greatest Presidential campaign of r generation will soon full Just now there is a most interesting on for the nominations Are in touch with the trend of events in both Are you acquainted with the qualifications of the candidates No newspaper in Kentucky fitted to publish complete the Presidential campaign Its reputation for You must have a dailytt newspaper Our clubbing arrangement iti very attractive The Breckenridge NewsA- ND The Louisville Herald t Both One Year 300 Making It saying prayers bedside fathers grandfather boy suHidently After asking ents reached God grandma tion catching grandfather stopped pointing 1 finger isPhlladelphia quirer r l = = 183J 0 850 i2 l und t snrill 6000 Year railroad opportunity a a further particulars Cloverport Comb White V Eggs 2 MRS TOBINSPORT i In this in swing fight you parties various better reports during fairness supreme for A Grand Family Medicine It gives me pleasure to speak a good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr 1 Frank Conlan of No 436 Houston St New York Its a grand family media cine for dyspepsia and liver complica tions while for lame back and weak j kidneys it cannot be too highly recom mended Electric Bitters regulate the 1 digestive functions purify the blood and impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated of both sexes Sold tinker a guarantee at Severs Drug Co 60c Y 1 i iiiii Ii T II ALL WRONG The Mistake Is Made By Man Cloverport Citizens Dont mistake the cause of backache To be cured you must know the causeIt wrong to imagine relief is cure Backache is kidney ache You must cure the kidneys- A Cloverport resident tells you how A Fallon Railroad St Cloverport Ky says I can say that Doan Kidney Pills are all that is claimed for them My kidneys and bladder were in a disordered condition for twelve+ years and it required but four days use of Doans Kidney Pills procured at Fishers drug store to give them re lief My back ached severely and when I stooped or lifted anything sharp twinges darted through my loins caus ing me to suffer intensely When I lust arose of mornings I would be lame and sore and during the day the slight est work would tire me I was also languid and at times felt very nervous Headaches were added to my suffering and dizzy spells were of frequent occurance The too frequent passage of the kidney secretions caused mi great annoyance particularly at night when I would be forced to rise froth three to six times I used but one box of Doans Kidney Pills and received al most entire relief I intend to continue with them and have no doubt that I will soon be entirely cured For sale by all dealers Price 5C cents FosterMilburn Co BuffaloNev York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansandt- ake no other HITES RUN Mrs Blla Smart Miss Ida and Alice Waggoner were the guests of Mrs Ar manda Smith near Hardinsburg Thurs dty Miss Ida and Bertha Smith went to Kirk Saturday to visit friends Rev J C Argabright preached at Tuckers school house the fourth Sunday in May and also left an appointment for the fourth Sunday in June as there was but a small congregation present Mrs Ben Lou Ball returned home Sunday after a weeks visit to her par ents Mr and Mrs Samuel Walker Mrs Ariuanda Smith of near Har dinsburg was the guest of Miss Viola Chapin Sunday Mrs Elizabeth Chapin of New Bethel fill the other day and crippled herself lordly Preaching at Hites Run every third Sunday at 11 a m Rev J F Winchc pastor Sunday School every Sunday at 230 p m except on church day IL9l a m Mrs Georgia DeJarnette of New Bethel attended the burial of her grandmother Mrs Mary Hawkins Monday who died Sunday Mrs Fannie Kinder came up iron Evansville Monday night to attend the burial of her mother Mrs Mary Haw kins but got here too late for the burial She is spending the week with her sister Miss Letita Hawkins Miss Viola Chapin Beulah and Effi Thurman spent the day with Mrs F L Walker Wednesday Mr and Mrs James Salhie moved Tuesday to Mr Molissa Chapins farm which was formerly occupied by Mr DixonMasters Paul Allen and Carl Howard were the guests of Herman Waggone SundayMrs John Elder and son Wave of Stephensport were the guests of her daughter Mrs Ben Miller Sunday Mr George Miller oi Waitman visi ted his son Ben Miller Sunday Mr and Mrs Joe B Smart and children and Miss Ada Waggoner spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs G W Win chell at Tobinsport Ind Mr Alton Mattingly was the guest of Miss Beulah Thurman Sunday afternoon Mr George Basham of New Bethel was the guest of Miss Stella Walker SundayMrs Joseph Beavin and Mrs Joe Mays spent Wednesday with Mrs Joseph Elder Miss Shellie Payne of Harned is visiting Mrs C D Payne this week and lastLayton Elder of near Stephensport attended church at Tuckers Sunday and was the guest of Miss Jennie B Johnson There are some awful mud holes on the road between here and Stephensport Almost impassable in some places There was a large crowd attended Sunday School here Sunday Young girls look out for the old wid owers for they are getting to be as com non as the May showers Mr and Mrs Chris Salhie were the guests of her father Mr D L Johnson Sunday C V Payne our merchant attended court three days last week A Great Excuse Mother to Frank How is It that youre late homo every night Frank Wollj no wonder weve got such n big clock In our school Mother Why what lots the clock to- do with It lrank fC8iur r its en big It takes the hands sin fix I lous vhe to hP urnd HIt iiii1 a clu 11 pup i ttlt1 ie II I Kts IIJJ rii t IIi ieit deli IjUIIi l r Food Laws 1 l tiHave never affected our drinks iu any way They were puroti P Pbeforcwe bad Pure Food Laws m FOR 5 ALE BY 7ll Ulorportr F IIe set Weisenborg 8 Noble CLL L 1 j SIppel N II Quiggins W B Oelze m JlJi iC J Hensel Irvington J Duggins Harned Mat m f GfJiljj Morgan 8 Co Stephensport I j Carr Bottling and Manufacturing Worksmm Ljj Hawesville Kentucky = =rJYfJT A EMERSONS Floating Palace At The Rive- rSATURDAY JUNE 6 Presenting a Brand New MusicalComedy And a bigolio of the finest Vaudeville Illustrated Songs and Moving Pictures Added Attraction The Sensation of the Century Victorianas Hindoo Troupe See Mr Vanoran swallow and discharge a gun barrel while it is two feet down his throat Prices 50c 35c and 25c PROMINENT FARMER- DANGEROUSLY HURT Mr Sash Simmons Injured Irvington News Items Many And Interesting SEVERAL SOCIAL AFFAIRS Mr and Mrs Lewis H Jolly who have been spending several days in Louisville have returned home Mrs T R Blythe anti children returned Friday from a ten days visit to relatives and friends Miss Ethel Farrington who has been the guest of Miss lone Dowden at Brandenburg arrived Wednesday to continue her visit with the Misses Mc Glothans before returning to her home at Athens Alabama Miss Claire Jolly has returned from Bellewood where she attended school the past year Mr Banks Drury of Memphis Tennessee arrived Saturday to be the guest of his sister Miss Willa Drury Miss Willa Drury was the hostess at a charming luncheon given at her home on Maple Ave last Tuesday evening Miss Drurys guests included Misses Essie Biggs Nell Smith Eva and Mable McGlothan Annie Lee Bandy Mr and Mrs L H Jolly Mr Westerfield Messrs Edwin Jolly and Hilliard Biggs The Misses McGehees entertained a few friends to a house party over Sunday at the beautiful country home of their parents Mr and Mrs F H McGeheeMrs R Wimp spent two days in Louisville last week shopping- Dr C F Marshall was in Louisville on a business trip Friday Mr Dale Smith after a ten days visit to his sisters Mrs LaRue Cox and Mrs Newsom Gardner left for his home at Medford Oklahoma Mrs R B McGlothan left last week for Monticello Ky for an extended trip with her husband who is there o n- a business trip Mr and Mrs Charlie Hardaway of near Big Spring spent Thursday night with Mr and Mrs Frank Peyton on their way to Louisville shopping Miss Mary Alexander returned Sunday from Louisville after a few days isit to her aunt Miss Mary Alexander Mrs John Childs of near Gusto spent Saturday and Sunday here visiting her daughter Mrs C S Neafus Mr A B Suter the popular cashier ofE Custer spent several days here and ini Louisville last week The Sunday school of the Presbyterian church was nicely entertained on- last Saturday at Sinking Creek About 50 composed the crowd and everybody reported it a grand success Mrs Lafy Rhodes of Brandenburg at the bedside of her sister Mrs W E Gardner who is dangerously ill Mr Sash Simmons a prominent farmer of Breckenridge county was ngerously hurt on last Thursday about noon while riding an old family horse home from his work In trying to get off the horse his foot became entangled in the stirrup frightened the- horse and causing him to run some distance dragging the man He is in a very critical condition with several ribs broken lungs injured and hurt inwardly to such an extent that there is- very little hope of his recovery Dr L B Moreman is the attending physi cianRev and Mrs F H Farrington have taken apartments with Mrs Lydia A Jolly for the summer Miss Maggie Bandy returned last- week from Hardinsburg where she has- been the guest of her cousin Miss Atta St ClairMr Mrs Luther Wilson and children left Saturday for Kirk for n- visit to his parents Mr and Mrs W WilsonMrs Walker Brown spent several days at Glendeane last week with her- parents Mr and Mrs P B Hoskins Dr L B Moreman was in the city Saturday on a business trip Mrs William Cornwall left Saturday for Louisville for a short visit to her daughter Mrs McClintick Mrs J R Wimp entertaintd very in molly a number of her friends to dinner Saturday to meet Mrs F Harrington and sister Miss Ethel rrington Dr and Mrs P E Dempster and children of Glendeane spent a few days- last week here with Mrs Dempsters parents Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons Mr and Mrs Jonas Lyons were visitors of relatives at Big Spring Sun da Dr and Mrs Henry Nevitt of jphensport were the guests of Mr- and Mrs Edd Alexander Sunday CLoverport Beat Cloverport beat Hardinsburj yesterday in the ball game here Score 18 to 15 Catarrh the Bane of the World Peruna the Standard RemedyM HOT WEATHER CATARRH ft Affects the Stomach fBovelsf 3 Pelvic Organsm i p Catarrh is all over the civilized world as a formidable disease In the United States alone two hundred thousand people catarrh annually In other countries the or victims is as great For many years =ru=na has the foremost place as a standard remedy for catarrh Persons objecting to liquid medicines can now pur chase =ru=na tablets HARNED The farm worn is progressing nicely Prayer meeting every Saturday night atEphesusMrs Webster and Miss Rea Gray went to Hardinsburg Saturday Rev J Duggins filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday Several rom here attauded the Sun day School Couvention at Kingswoo Thursday Misses Ola Gray and Mary Carnia visited Misses Hallie and Nellie Beatt Saturday afternoon Mr Green Burnett and family of Leitchfield have located here Mrs Sallie Smith and little grand daughter Hallie D Meador have gone to West Point to visit Mr and Mrs El WilsonMiss Ora Black gave a party and ice cream supper May 26 in honor of her sixteenth birthday Those present were Misses Myra Macy Ola and Rea Gray Shellie Quiggins Letitia Dowell Ressii Davis and Myrtle Beard Messrs J M 3rume Percy Macy Ransom Dowell L J Mattingly Stephen Davis Arthur Beard and Clive Black All report a pleasant time- Warren Brumington G P Macy and J M Crume filled theirregular appoint ments Sunday evening B E Gray and family from Glen leane moved into town ths week Henderson Route Notes Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Triennial Convention Sunday school Association Louisville Ky June 1823 For this occasion 3 round trip fron Cloverport June 14 15 16 17 and 18 Good to return June 26 General Association of Kentucky BaptistsLouisville 3 round trip from Cloverport June 89 10 Good to return June 15 A Puzzler Solomon was fain to admit that there were three things too wonderful for him yea four which ho knew not The way of an eagle In the air the way of a serpent upon a rock the way ot a ship In tho midst of tho sea and the way of a man with a maid Had Solomon lived till this day and gen eration says tho Philadelphia Ledger ho would have added a fifth puzzler- to wit the way of an express company with a prepaid package McQUADY Joe West of Kirk was here on busi ness last week Mrs Laslie is quite sick at the home of her son Roscoe Laslie Born to the wife of Forrest Miller May 22 a boy Geo J Duggins has returned home after several days in Grayson countyO Potts and wife and little daughter Katie are visiting relatives hereMcQuady Camp of M W of A will give an ice cream supper and Ball at McQuady June 13 The hickory mill of G W Eskridge has shut down for a short time He is making a deal for a large amount of hickory to be delivered here A small son of Lafe Tauls had his What Stove 4 forSummer Nothing adds to kitchen convenience in summer weather like a New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove Anything that any stove can do the New Perfection will do and do it better Bakes n COLD WEATHER CATARRH 0i i Affects the i Sit f Head 1 Throat r Lungs rBronchialrr Tubes 1ft recognized have ratio Pe held Pe spending leg broken last week by falling from a wagon The wagon running over him He was attended by Drs Sandbach and J E Kincheloe- J C Taul and daughter Irenewent to Fordsville Thursday night to attend a musical given by Irenes teacher Mrs Head Born In Iowa Our family were all born and raised in Iowa and have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy made at Des Moines for years We know how good it is from long experi ence in the use of it In fact when in Elpaso Texas the writers life was saved by the prompt use of this remedy We are now engaged in the mercantile business at Narcoossee Fla and have introduced the remedy here It has proven very successful and is constantly growing in favorEnnis Bros This remedy is for sale by Severs Drug Co roasts boils toasts r heats the wash water and the Md irons and does it without dissipating its heat through the rooM toyour discomfort The NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame on CookStove actually keeps the kitchen cool actually makes it comfortable for you while doing the family cooking because unlike the coal range its heat is directed to one point onlyright under the kettle Made in three sizes fully warranted If not lI with your dealer write our nearest agency I The affords a- mcllow RarLAMPlight that Is very grateful to tired eyesa perfect student or family lamp Brass nickel plated hence more dur able than other lamps If not with your dealer write our near est agencyilIaeerl p