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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c- rt THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT of VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 10 1908 8 Pales NO 48rDEMOCRATS IN PERFECT HARMONY Mass Convention At Hardinsburg Saturday A Business Affair Gen David Murray Chair man RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED Hardinsburg Ky June SSpecial- The Democrats of Breckenridge County in Mass Convention met at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon in the Court House with a representative gathering from all parts of the county In the absence of county chairman T J Moore the convention was called to order by Dr Milton Board who called for nominations for chairman F The names of Gen D R Murray and Judge H DeH Moorman were presented to the meeting Mr Murray was elected and in a neat way told why William Jennings Bryan would be elect ed in November There being no contests on and as the Democrats of Breckenridge are in perfect harmony and of one mind no exciting or unusual scenes occured No Federal office holders were arrayed against the outs or the masses It was a clean business affair in which all were united in one common cause The chair appointed a committee composed of Jesse Whitworth John A Barry Dr M Board E F Shellraan and C V Robertson who submitted the following resolutions which were t unaminously adopted after which the convention adjourned 1 RESOLUTIONS- The Democracy of Breckenriuge County in Convention assembled ap f prove the call of the State Executive Committee for a State Convention to be held on June 11 1908 for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Democratic s National Convention which convenes in Denver Colorado July 7 190S We re Aectfully approve the call for a con ention to be held outside the city ofI a Louisville whose representation in the a legislature elected as United States h Senator the leader of the Republican party of Kentucky instead of the Demo itcratic nominee made so by the people PrimaryrIWe are in favor of the utmost ny between all the factions that have heretofore existed within the ranks of the party but we assert that harmony ed connot be secured by putting apremium te on party perfidy or by putting in places jy of power the leaders of the movement Ve to defeat Democratic nominees and ri elect Republicans to office to which in Democrats ought to be elected s Reaffirming our belief in the integrity ty political and private character and lie matchless ability of William Jennings Lye Bryan of Nebraska we instruct our has delegates to vote for delegates from tly the 4th Congressional District and from his the State at large who will spare no effort to bring about the nomination of Mr Bryan for the presidency at the Denver Convention Recognizing the fitness of county chairman T J Moore for the position for State Central committeemanfor the 4th Congressional District we instruct our delegation to vote for him for such position and to vote for such other men anil measures as Mr Moore may direct 12 rbringing about his election Judge H DeH Moorman having been mentioned as a delegate to the Nation al Convention and declining in the in terest of T J Moores candidacy for State Central Committeeman to run he is hereby indorsed as Chairman of the Breckenridge County delegation to the State Convention We further instruct our delegation to vote as a unit upon all questions which may come before the District meeting delegates or the State Convention We indorse the record of the Hon Ben Johnson our efficient congressman and commend him for his faithful service We recommend the following persons delegates to the State Convention Hon D R Murray E Ft Lyons Gus Brown Mike Miller Edmund Wroe James Younger John Jennings R C Richardson W C Elaine Hop E H Shellman Jesse Walls Earl Bennett Ernest Henderson Willis Carter Huse Alexander Wade Pile T J Moore H DeH Moorman C V Robertson and D C Moorman I Visiting In Alabama Mr Joe C Mattingly and his daugh to inlaw Miss Johnnie Moorman of Jl Gltndenne are visiting Mrs Frank Connor in Birmingham Ala LIFE SPENT IN- BRECKENRIDGE John Thomas Moore Prominent Farmer Dies After an Ill ness of four Years WAS SIXTY YEARS OF AGE IInrdinsburg June 9Speciat John Thomas Moore one of the most prominent farmers of the county died at his home three miles from McDaniels at 10 oclock Thursday night June 4 after a severe illness of several weeks following a period of three or four years in which he was practically an invalid from kidney disease Mr Moore was born December 26 1818 His nearly 60 years were spent almost wholly in Breckenridge county where he was widely known and es teemedHis wife was Laura Bell Mercer daughter of M J Mercer To their union were born an interesting family of children the eldest being Circuit Court Clerk Tom J Moore of Hardins burg The others are E A Moore of Glendeane Mrs Jas Mattingly of Ax tel and Joe Will and Blackburn and the sisters Fannie and Jewel The mother and children survive their loss as do two of Mr Moores sisters Mrs Joe White and Mrs Edward Cannon both of Grayson county The deceased was a lifelong active and influential Democrat and a charter member of the McDaniels lodge af Free Masons After the dissolution of the McDaniels lodge he became a member at Glendeane In belief he was a Bap tist though he had never attached him self to the church A few weeks before his death he was immersed and his last days were ones of Christian resig nation and full faith in the eternal est beyond the grave His home was a most hospitable one known to all who ever visited the Forks of Rough section of the county and the visitor or traveler who once was enter tained under his roof retained pleasant memories pf true Kentucky hospitality as it was ever lavished in his home On Saturday afternoon after the Rev Dan Shacklett of Meade county had preached the funeral at the home the remains were given over to his Masonic brethren who laid them away in the family burying ground on the farm a few hundred yards from the house W J Piggott of Irvington was master of ceremonies Masons from Glendeane Short Creek Hudson Bewleyville Hardinsburg Hardin Springs and Leitchfield lodges were present besides an immense gathering of other friends and relatives who met to pay their parting tribute of respect to a friend whom they honored and loved Cloverport Girl Greatly Admired Miss Ray L Heyser of Cloverport who will be a participant in the Daly OSteen wedding is now a house guest of Miss Irene Daly Miss Heyser is a beautiful brunette and is very vivacious and attractive Having visited here before she has many friends and ad mirers among our people Franklin Favorite REPUBLICANS Hold County Committee Meeting At lardinsburgJ PIIaswell Jr Succeeds Gus Shellman Hardinsburg KyJune OSpecial- At a meeting of the Republican County Committee here Saturday after noon the Hon John P Haswell Jr was elected County Chairman to suc ceed Gus Shellman who has been Chairman for something more than three years and a most excellent one at that Hia fide record did not prevent there being a little army of seekers for his place Besides Mr Haswell who con sented to accept the place Judge Wm Ahl Dr a P Parks Herbert Beard and John Bates were anxious to serve their party Allen R Kincheloe was elected Sec retary This position has been held for some time by Mr Haswell who goes to the County Chairmanship Visiting In Alabama Mrs Smith wife of A E Smith cashier of Glondeane Bank has gone to Birmingham Ala IRVINGTON CITY HAPPENINGS Mrs Piggott Elected Superinten dent of Sunday School De partmentsNewsy Personals ROBERT LYONS HONORED Irvington was well represented at the Breckenridge County Sunday School Association held at Webster on June 3 A large number from each church here being present We were honored by receiving three of the appointments in in the selection of county officers Mrs W J Piggott Sr Superintendent of Departments Mrs John R Wimp superintendent of organization and Miss Lydia McGehee superintendent of primary One of these Mrs Piggott tills a new office in the Sunday School world it being her duty to have an over sight of the entire work of all the departments helping all and keeping in touch with the best methods for nil the different departments Our Association has the distinction of the department Mrs J M Mudd left Saturday for Louisville for an indefinite visit to rel ativesRev and Mrs F IL Farrington and sister Miss Ethel Farrugton have re turned from Highland where they were the guests of friends Have your picture taken Mr and Mrs Bert Cunningham and Mr Will Gardner and children left Thursday for Chenault after being here duting the illness and death of their daughter and wife Mrs Ruth Gardner Miss Hettie Schindler of Louisville spent lust week at home visiting her parents Mr and Mrsi Schindler Rev E W Graves filled his regular appointment both morning and evening at the Presby terumchuch He preached two excellent sermons Miss Nannie Adkisson and Mr Jim Claycomb both formerly of Breckenridge county were married at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Billy Ad kisson of Dalhart Texas on May 29 Mr and Mrs Clajconifa arrived Thursday to be the guests of his patents Mr and Mrs Nelse Claycomb near town Mrs T L Curtis and daughter Elnora of Glendeane were visitors of Mrs Walker Brown for a few days last weekHave your picture taken Much Credit ia due Messrs Lewis II Jolly and Poinuexter Galloway for the nice and well fixed brick walk laid before the Irviugtou Pharmacy Mr Pierce Harduway passed through town SunJay enroute lor Louisville to meet his brother Dr A M Hardaway who is coming home for a short visit Mrs L B Moremen and son Louis Bennett returned Friday from Bran denburg where they were the guests of Mr and Mrs Moremen Mrs E W Graves and son Junioui and mother Mrs Virginia Calhoun left Friday for Owensborp for a three weeks visit to relatives and friends Again we have the opportunity of complimenting some or our Brecken ridge county boys We tender con gratulations to Robert Lyons who re ceived high honors in all of his classes in his final examinations held at the State University last week Mr Lyons arrived home Friday to spend the summerMrs R B McGlothlan after a two months stay at Monticpllo on a business trip came home Friday The drug store recently occupied by Dr P E Dempster has been sold to Mr H II Keniper and moved to the vacant lot lying between the Shelman Bank and the Lyons dry goods store Mr Keuiper will build an additional room making it large enough for a nice grocery store and an ic0cream parlor This is quite an addition to the town and adds much to the appearance of Main St Mrs D C Heron and daughter Mary have returned from a several days stay in Louisville visiting friends Miss Ida Waggoner has returned to Cloverport after being the guest of her cousin Mrs Frank Waggoner Mrs H H Kemper is spending a few days in Louisvilo this weekshopping Mrs Eliza Jolly and grandson Joe Piggott arrived Wednesday from Indianapolis Indiana after being the guest of Mr and Mrs Miller Mrs Pomp McCoy and children came down from Louisville Sunday to be the guests of her mother Mrs Nannie Bandy this week Mrs Lucy Heston and daughter Irene of Lewsport and Mr Alfred Hawes of Owensboro spent several days last weelc visiting Mr and Mrs Charlie HawesMr and Mrs Ed Alexander and children spent Sunday nt Stephensport visiting Dr and Mrs Henry Nevilt Miss Louise Babbage of Cloverport was a visitor of the Musses McGlothlau Monday evening Mr Pojndexter Galloway left Monday for Hopkiusville on a business trip Quite a large crowd from a uisuince attended the funeral of Mis Ruth Gard ner on last Tuesday Have your picture taken A party of young people were delightfully entertained at the creek on last I Sunday from three to six Covers were laid for sixteen and those who composed the party were Misses Essie Biggs Jessie Brady Eva and Mabel McGloth lau Willa Drury Nell Smith Annie Lee and Claudie Bandy Messrs Hiliard Biggs Puindexter Galloway G C Woods Everett Ashcraft Ernest Reese Oscar Burke Prestor Ford and Clarence WesterfieldMrs N McGlothlan is expected home this week after a shore visit to Rome Indiana the guest of her sister Mrs Adam Auspach Mrs Emmett Richardson of Louis ville was the guest of Mr and Mrs D W Henry Sunday Mr Milt Lockard has just completed a beautiful little cottage on Railroad St for his son Mr Lee LocKard and they have taken possesion at once C Brabandt Cloverport photographer will be here every Tutsday TOBACCO GROWERS MEETING JUNE 20 Important Plans to Be Discussed Farmers Urged to Attend Something Must be Done LETS ALL TURN OUT Hardinsburg June 9Special There will be a meeting at Hardins bvrg Saturday June 20 at 1pm in the court house to discuss and devise a method of selling the 190S crop of to bacco to determine whether or not we shall affiliate with the Green River To bacco Growers Association and if so to effect the organization of the county and elect members to the board of con trolThe association is so thoroughly ac quiring control of the Daviess county crop that it has been decided to vig orously push the canvass into every county of the district There will be addresses by men thoroughly conversant with the situation and every tobacco grower of whatever affiliation is earnestly requested to be presentLets all turn out get to work and do something S It Lee National Secy of the National Tobacco Growers Association Henry Berry President of Green River Tobacco Growers Association Victor Bowmer A Bachelor Still Hardinsburg KyJune 9Special Victor Bowmer is at home from Cali fornia Just before arriving in Louis ville he sent a telegram to his relatives there saying to expect him and his bride on any train The news of his marriage soon spread and it was re ported that he had married a dashing young widow with a son ten years of age Great preparations were made for a reception to the bridal couple but when he was met at the train here and inLouisville he was a bachelor still and so far as can be learned he is without prospects for a change from his lone lorn condition Wedding Did Not Materialize The marriage of Miss Minnie Weath erholt and Mr Pleas Finley which was announced in the News last week fail ed to take place When the groom went to get license objections were raised and he was not successful Mrs Ella Gregory Hurt Mrs Ella Gregory who was thrown from a horse several days ago is still confined to her room with a very badly sprained ankleMeade County Mess enger George Thayer of Clevelandwas the guest of friends here last week CHILDRENS DAY Services of M E Sunday School Beautifully Conducted By Young Christian Workers The celebration of Childrens Day of the Methodist Sunday School was beau tiful The program was short and enter taining and said by many the best that has ever been given on elmiliar occa sionsThe Japanese faa drill civen by a number of pretty girls was extensively admired The girls wore attractive kimonas and had their hair dressed in Japanese flowers The messenger boys gave a military drill Rev Currie succeeded in taking a large collection for the Sunday School at the close of the exercisesIMisses Grace Plnnk Lula Severs and Margaret Burn deserve much credit for so well training the children It meant much work and time to them They were assisted by Miss Lizzie Skillman and Miss Louise Babbage Boat Party Mr P D Plank gave a boat party Saturday afternoon After a spin on the water a delicious luncheon was served by Misses Eva and Eliza May Besides the Misses May the guests were Misses Edith and Eunice Wheeler Capt and Mrs J H Rowland and Dr Simons Baptizing Sunday The Rev L S Sanders will baptize next Sunday at Winding branch the fol lowing Mr and Mrs P Sansom Murtel Sandriga Richard Mullen and daughter Jessie and grandson Richard Mullen They have just recently united with the Celina Baptist church LINEN SHOWER FORMISS MOORMAN- Miss Lula Margaret Severs will give a linen shower atl oclock Monday afternoon of next week in honor of Miss Margaret Wickliffe Moorman who will become the bride of Dr John Kinch eloe a week from this evening Twentytwo unique invitations have been sent out by Miss Severs They were written in green ink ouwhitelinen and tied with green ribbon The color scheme of the shower will be green and white HOME BOY AGAIN PRINCIPAL Edmund Wroe Successful Miss Crenshaw First AssistantTwo More Rooms Wanted For The Building OTHER TEACHERS TO BE CHOSEN Monday night the School Trustees of the Cloverport Graded School were elected as follows Edmund Wroe Principal Miss Anne Crenshaw Ver sailles Ky First Assistant Miss Margaret Wroe Second Assistant Miss Lessie Newton Third Assistant Two more teachers will be appointed if the school Board succeeds in getting appropriations for two more rooms for the school buildin- gIRVINGTON AND- WEBSTER hHONORED T B Henderson and Mrs W J Piggott Will be Represen tatives at I S S FIFTYFOUR DELEGATES In the allotment of Kentucky Repre sentatives to the International Sunday School Convention to Louisville June 18 to 23 Breckenridge county is signally honored The 110 counties of the State have only 54 representatives yet the worth over our Sunday School workers is so well Known that two delegates were given to us President T B Henderson of Webster and Mrs W J Piggott of Irvington will represent the Breckenridge county Sunday Schools and no better workers are found in the State Mrs Wilbur Gregory has returned home to Louisville after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Tom Bohler HARTCANNON Prominent People Of Brecken ridge County Wedded Here Miss Eula Hart and William Cannon of Breckenridge county were married this morning at the Cathedral of the Assumption by the Rev Father Rock The ceremony was witnessed by former Representative Dave Moorman and Sheriff Milt Miller of Hreckenridge countyaccompanied Miss Hart and Mr Cannon to Louisville Mr and Mrs Cannon are among the most prominent people in Breckenridge county Mr I Cannon is a wealthy farmer and has a large farm only a short distance from Hardinsburg Mrs Cannon is the dad ghter of Dr John Hart of McDanitto They will remain in Louisville sevtwi days before returning home and ere stopping at the Fifth Avenue IlotLrLouisville Time- sINDEBTEDNESS IN THE SAVINGS BANK The following schedule shows the principal indebtedness to the Owens boro companyTMrs S H Anderson 1000000 Rufus N Grossman T S AndersonendorMr 180008 R L Courtney T S Ander son endorser 136000 W A Underhill and Annie Underhill T S Anderson endorser S 4 esSR L Courtney and Courtney Bros 388241 Jas D Bennett discharged- in bankruptcy 467280 L P Becker 194L97 J W Carter 1057810 Carter Parish k Cole 194188 H K Cole 3812177 A T Daniels 819214 Davies County Title Co 851748 J Allen Deane 8038430 Same L Deane 2760678 29UREdwardEdward Dean19j0l530Sue G Deane 1498554- Deanfieid Coal Co 3529731 John G Delker 817800 W L Delker 300000 t Fenley Coal Co D S Miller mSl3S5 Harrison Telephone Construe tion Co 70i537 M Hongland 231733 Hoagland Buggy Co 3296907 Homestead Land Co 4670909 Kenyon Realty Co 320000 D Stewart Miller 191625 Owensboro Chamber Suite Co 2193811- Owensboro Coal Co 522928 Owensboro Coal and Land Co 6206772 j477jlOwensboro Owensboro Seating and Cabinet Co 30073 Owensboro Fence Co U H and 1 N Parrish 34220ft Owensboro Pole and Tie Co J H Parrish H K Cole and C Riley 16S24J5 A L Parrish I 163252 George VS Parrish 1640982 George W S Parrish Son 2992198 Henry S Parish 790803 W E te IN Parrish 2530325 W E Parrish1 663083 JOtis Parrish 270000 Elizabeth Parrishh 286797 Jessie M Parrish 280000 i James H Parrish 8886360 Parrish Broste72081J H Parrish Son 130000ii Price Furniture Co 8499M PriceKlein Co Assigned 3801004 Royal Buggy Body Co in bankruptcy 1806448 Seven Hills Brick Co 393303 Solar Glass Co In bank ruptcy 70799Q Seventy Street Planing Mill Co Discharged in bank ruptcy 865681 SevenHills Brck Co 3903308 Co 4846049- T S Vanable eta 1005180- H A Williams 2984026 Total 587549361 Owensboro Messenger Judge Heavrin Lands Federal Position Washington June 5M L Heav ron of Hartford Ky has been appoint ed an inspector of the internal revenue service at 5 per day and expenses Heavrin is a lawyer of Hartford and was formerly a member of the Republican State Central Committee i 0 T ITh i L Lii i I The Fighting I Chance Copyright 1000 by the Curtis Publishing Company Copyright 1005 by Robert W Cnambcrs L cJ t It I Ill say It tomorrow ne rlpilttl contemplating her In a dull impassi e manner as though absorbed In other thingsSay what there Is to be salt now she Insisted the hot color staiulng her checks again Do you desire me to free you Is that all I will If you wishNo And I shall not free you Sylvia I This all can be adjusted lu timeAs you please sho said slowly In time he repeatep his passion loss voice now under perfect control Ho turned and looked at Leila All tho wickedness of his anger was con contrated in his gaze Then he took his leave of them as formally as precisely as though he had forgotten the whole scene and a minute later the big motor car ran out Into a half elr cle backed wheeled and rolled away through the thickening dusk the glare of the acetylenes sweeping the desert eI street Into the twilight sped QuarrIer head bent but his soft dark lashed eyes of a woman fixed steadily ahead Every energy every thought was now bent to this newest phase of the same ques tion which he find fate were finding simpler to solve every minute Of all the luxuries he permitted himself openly or furtively onethe rarest of them allhis self denial had practlcall eliminated from the list the luxury ot puninblng where no end was sledsave that of more personal satlsfai tlon The temptation of this luxur now prisiiitpd Itself and the mean of gratification were so simple so iw cret so easy to command that tile temptation IMMIUIIO almost a duty Slward hf had not turned out of his way to injure Slwnrd had bean In the way that was all and his ruin was to hSve been merely an agreeable Coincidence with the purposed ruin of Amalgamated Electric before Inter county abfiorlxid the fragments nut here was n now phase Mrs Mortl mer whom he had expected to use and If necessary sacrifice laid sudden ly turned vicious And he now hated her as coldly us he hated Major Bel wotlier for betraying suspicions of a similar nature As for Plank fear and hatred of him were becoming ha tred and contempt He had the means of checking Plank If Mortimer dh not drop dead before midnight There remained Sylvia Long ago whatever of liking of affection of passion lu bad ever entertained for her hail quloted to Indifference and the un emotional contemplation of a future methodically arranged for Now of a sudden this young girl he had bought he knowing what she sold and what he was paying for had become ex posed to the infection of a suspicion concerning himself and another wom ana woman unmarried and of his own caste and numbered among her own friends And he knew enough of Sylvia to know that If anybody could once arouse her suspicion nothing on earth could Induce her to look Into his taco again Suppose Lelia should do so this evening Certainly Quit rler had several rout tcrs to ponder over nnd provide for and first and foremost of all to pro vide for his own security and the vital necessity of preserving his name and his character untainted In this he had to deal with that miserable judge who had betrayed him with Mortl taf r whnh L own blackmailed him Are Yon- Regular If you arc not It Ii a sign of disease a sign of some hidden female trouble that say be under mining and weakening your con stitutlon and laying up for you much future suffering Many thousands of weak irregular suffering women have la the past 50 years been greatly benefited or cured by the use of that wefl known successful purely vegetable female tonic and cura five remedy WINE OF CARDUI WOMANS RELIEF Apple a Dame of Alto Tex writes I caught cold which made me Irregular and gave mo pains In my shoulders and sides For almost 2 weeks I could not lilt a chair Cardul brought me all right again I have no more pains and am in very good health At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing Bynjp toms to Ladle Advisory Dent The Chattanooga Modlcmo Co Chattanooga Tcnn E 34 IROBERTI and who now wastemVorariry in his service with Mrs Mortimer who God Agatha Caithness knew how when or where bad lie como suspicious of Agatha and him solf with Major Belwothor who had deserted him before ho could sacrIfice the major and whom he now hated and feared for laving stumbled over suspicions similar to Mrs Mortimer1 He had to deal with Sylvia herself and with Slwardreckon with Swards knowledge of matters which It wore best that Sylvia should not know But first of nil and most Important of all he had to deal with Beverly Plank And he was going to do It II- a In manner that Plank could not have foreseen lie was going to stop Plank where he stood and to do this he was deliberately using his knowledge o- fto man and paying Plnnk the compliment of counting on his sense of Idouor to defeat him For he had suddenly found the op portunity to defend himself He had discovered the Joint in Planks old fashioned armor the armor of the old paladins who placed a womans hon or before all else in tho world Now through his creature Mortimer he could menace Plank with a threat to Involve him and Leila In a vile publicity Plank must sign the truce or face with Leila an action for damages and divorceFirst of nil he went to the Lenoa club and dressed Then he dined spar Ingly and alone The motor car was waiting when he came out ready to run down to the great Hotel Corona whither the Japanese steward had con ducted Mortimer Mortimer had dined heavily but his disorganized physical condition was such that It had scarcely affected him at all Again Quarrier went over patiently and carefully the very simple part lit iud reserved for Mortimer that even ing explaining exactly what to say to Leila and what to say to Plank In case of Insolent Interruption Then he told Mortimer to be ready at 0 oclock turned on his heel with a curt word to the Japanese descended to the street entered his motor car again and sped I neglnaIcards cause ifor Agatha and Mrs Vendenning lie entered the gilded elevator stepped out on the sixth floor Into a tiny rococo public reception room Nobody was there besides himself Agathas maid came presently and he turned and followed her into the large anti very handsome parlor belonging to the suit which Agatha was occupying with Mrs Vendonnlng for the few days that they were to stop In town Hello she said serenely sauntering In her long pale hands bracketed on her narrow hips her lips disclosing her teeth in a smile so like that nerv IllS muscular recession which passed for a smile on Quarrlers visage that for one moment he recognized it and thought she was mocking him But she strolled up to him meeting his eye calmly anti lifted her slim neck lips passive under his Impetuous kiss Is Mrs Vendenning out he asked laying his hands on the bare shoulders ofr the tall pallid girltall as he and as pallid No Mrs Yen is in Howard Now You mean she is coming In to Interrupt Oh no She isnt fond of you Howard You said he began almost angrily but she laid her fingers across his lips I said a very foolish thing now- ard I said that Id manage to dIs- pense with Mrs Ven this evening You mean that you couldnt manage IU Not at all I could easily have man aged It DutI didnt care to She looked at him calmly at close range as he held her embraced lifted her arms and with slender white On- gels patted her hair Into place where his arm around her head had dlsar Mroit 1L w IDJtbjtJ1 all the while lout ot Ifni gibe Iialih4tQ eyes You promised me he said that you Oh Howard Do men still believe in promises Quarrlcrs face had color enough now Ills voice too had lost Its passionless monotonous precision What ever was In the man of emotion was astir Ills Impatient voice his lul of poise the almost human lack oi caution In his speech betrayed him Inn new and interesting light Look here Agatha How long Is this going to last Are you trying to make a fool of me1 What Is the matter Is there anything wrong Wrong Oh dear no How coulil there be anything wrong between you and me Agatha what Is the matter Look hero Lets settle this thing now and settle It one way or the other I wont stand It II cant Did you ever misunderstand me Did I give you any chance to Were you Ignorant of what that meant with a gesture to ward the splendid crescent of flashing gems scintillating where tho low lace bodice met the silky luster of her skin Did you misinterpret the collar or the sudden change of fortune in your own familys concerns Answer me Aga tha once for all But you need not answer after all I know you have never misunderstood me I misunderstood nothing she said You are quite right Then what are you going to do Do she said In slow surprise What am I to do Howard You have said that you lovedme- I said the truth I think ThenWell How long are you going to keell- me at arms length he asked violently That lies with you she said smiling She looked at him for a moment then resting her hands on her hips she began to pace the floor lo and fro to and fro and nt every turn she rats ed her head to look at him All the strange grace of her became insolent provocation her pale eyes clear rapid harboring no delusions haunt ed with the mockery of wisdom chal longed and checked him Howard she snld why should I be the fool you want me to be because I love you Why should I be even if I wished to- be You desire an understanding Voila You have it I love you I you know what you arouse in mc never misunderstood you from the first I could not afford to You know what I am You know what you arouse In me Slim pale depraved In all but body she stood eying him a moment the very incar nation of vicious perversityYou know what you arouse In me she re peated But dont count on it You have en couragedpermitted me to count His anger choked him or was it the haunting wisdom of her eyes that committed him to silence- I dont know she said musingly what It is In you that I am so mad aboutwhether It is your brutality or the utter corruption of you that holds me or your wicked eyes of a woman or the fascination of the mask you turn on the world and the secret visage naked in its vice that you re serve for me But I love youIn my fashion Count on that Howard for that Is all you can surely count on And now at last you know As he stood there It came to him slowly that deep within him he had niI ways known this that he bad never really counted on anything else though he had throttled his doubts by cover Ing her throat with diamonds Her strangeness her pallor her acquies cence the delicate hint of depravity In her the subtle response to all that was worst In him had attracted him only to learn little by little that the taint of corruption was only a taint Infect ing others not her that tho promise of evil was only a promise that he had to deal with n young body but in old intelligence and a mind so old that at moments her faded gaze al most appalled him with Its indolent clairvoyance Long since he knew too that In all the world he could never again find such a mate for him This had un admitted even to himself always remained n hidden secret within this se cret man an unacknowledged un drawn on reserve In case of the fall uro which he even in sanguine moods know in his Inmost corrupted soul that his quest was doomed to And now ho had no more need of se crets from himself Now turning his gaze inward he looked upon all with which he had chosen to deceive himself And there was nothing left for self deception If I marry you he said calmly at least I know what I am getting- I will marry you Howard Ive got to marry somebody pretty soon You or Captain Voucher For an Instant a vicious light flashed In his narrowing eyes She saw it and shook her head with weary cyn Seism No not that It could not attract me even with you It Is really vulgar that arrangement Noblesse oblige mon ami There Is a depravity In mar rying you that makes all lesser vices stale as virtues Ho said nothing She looked at him lazily amused then Inattentive turn oLflnd paced the flaor again F Cough Caution nrluugsIfyqesaaheveaauirsys heal sc the sad eaae the irritated bron- chIal tubes Dont blindly suppress It wIth s stupefying poison Its strange how HQTTIQ thlnn finally come about For twenty years Dr ShoeD hat constantly warned people not to take conan mixtures os prescriptions containing Opium littleItof and others should lntlstoii having Dr Shoop Couch Cure No poison marks on Dr Shoot e none inthe medicine else it must by 11abelSand label And its not only safe but It by those that know It best a trulthen maruble cough r lhaedp Take 10 chance gartlcularty wltb your children Insist on haivlna Dr fihoops Cough Curs Compare carefully the Dr Shoop package with others and note the alfforenoe No there You caa Jways be on the safoside by o mandlnff Dr Shoops- Cough CureA- LL DEALERS Shall I see you tomorrow he dl mandcd If you wish Captain Voucher came down on the same train with me Ill set him adrift If you like Is he preparing for a declaration sneered Quarrler I think so she said simply Well If he comes tonight after Im gone you wait a final word from me- Do you understand he repeated with repressed violence No Howard Are you going to propose to me tomorrow Youll know tomorrow he retorted angrily I tell you to watt Iyl ni right to that munch consideration anyway Very well Howard she said roe ignlzlng In him the cowardice which she had always suspected to be there She bade him good night lie touched her hand but made no offer to kiss her She laughed a little to herself watching him striding toward the ele vatorShe turned leisurely her slim hands balanced lightly on her narrow hips and strolled into the second dressing room where Mrs Vendonnlng sat stir only indulging In that particular ape cles of solitaire known as The Idiots Delight Well Inquired Mrs Veudennln looking up at the tall 11110 girl she- was chaperoning so carefully dtirli their sojourn In town What did toward Quarrler want lIe knows I think but he hasnt yrt informed me Ill tell you one thing Agatha said Mrs Vendenning gathering up the packs for a new shufilo Grace errall doesnt fancy Howards mitten thou to you and shes beginning to say so When you go back to Shotove youd better let him alone Im not going back to Shotovcr said Agatha WhatNo dont think so However Ill- let you know tomorrow It all depends but I dont expect to She turned as her maid tapped on the door Ol Captain Voucher Are you at home to- him flipping tho pasteboard on to- the table among the scattered cards Yes said Mrs Vendennlng aggressively unless you expect him to flo- pdoyn on his knees tonight Do you I donttonight Perhaps tomorrow I dont know I cant tell et- And to her maid she nodded that they were at home to Captain Voucher Quarrier had met him too Just as he was leaving the hotel lobby They exchanged the careful salutations of- men who had no use for one another On the Englishmans clean cut face a- deeper hue settled as he passed on Quarriers not a trace of emotion but when be entered his motor he sat bolt uprIght stiff backed and stiff necked his long gray gloved fingers moving restlessly over his pointed beard- S S S S- The night WAS magnificent Myriads of summer stars spangled the heavens Plank driving his big motor northward through the night Leila Mortimer beside him twice mistook the glimmer of a firefly for the distant lamp of a motor which amused Leila- nnd her clear young laughter floated back to tho ears of Sylvia and Siward curled up In their corners of the huge tonneau But they were too profoundly occupied with each other to heed- the sudden care free laughter of tbe- young matron though In these days- her laughter was Infrequent enough to set the more merciless tongues wagging when It did sound Plank had never peon fit to speak to- her of her husbands scarcely veiled menace that day ho had encountered him In the rotunda of the Algonquin Trust company His first thought was to do soto talk it over with her con- alder the threat and the possibility of its seriousness and then come to sonic- logical and definite decision as to whnt- their future relations should be Again- nnd again ho had been on tho point of- doing this when alone with Leilaun nfortable even apprehensive because of their frank Intimacy But he- had never had the opportunity to do so- without deliberately dragging In the- subject by the ears In all Its ugliness and Implied reproach for her imprudence and seeing that dreadful vacant change in Leilas face which the- mere mention of her husbands name- was sure to bring turn Into horror un- spenkable A man not prone to fear his fellows he now feared Mortimer but that fear- struck him only through Leila or had so reached him until the days of his- closing struggle with QuarrIer That- threat of Mortimers to Involve Plank- with Leila In one common ruin that- boast that he was able to do so could not be Ignored as a possible weapon It- QuarrIer should by any chance learn of ItIn all his life ho had taken Leila into his arms but once had kissed her hut once But that once had been I enough to arm Mortimer with dagger from head to toot Some prying sere ant had either listened or seenper ts a glimmer of a mirror had betrayed them At all events whoever had seen or heard had Informed Mol timer and now the man was equipped the one and only man In all the world who could with truth accuse Planlt the only man of whom he stood In honest fear And it was characteristic of Pnn that never for one moment had It oc eurred to him that the sheer fault of It all lay with Leila that It wns her Imprudence alone that now tlireatened herself amt the man she lovedthat threatened his Very success in life as long as Mortimer should live All this Plank In his thorough pains taking review of the subject had taken into account and he could not isee how It could possibly bear upon tIme matters now finally to be adjusted between i Quarrler and himself because Quarrier was In New York and Mortimer In Saratoga and unless the hatter 1 had already sold his Information the former could not strike at him through knowledge of It And yet n curious reluctancy n hied atlon inexplicable unless ocrwo explained Ithind come over him when Hward had proposed their dining 1 tor ether on the very eve of his compli d victory over Quarrler It seemed absurd and Plank was too stolid to entertain superstitions- but he could not even with Leila laughing there beside him shake off the dull Instinct that all was not well that Quarters attitude was still the attitude of a dangerous man that Ihe Plank should have had this evening In his room alone to study out the natters he had so patiently plodded through In the long hours while SI ward slept i Yet not for one instant did he dream f shifting the responsibility if re ponslblllty entailed blame on Slwari who against Planks judgment and leslrc had on the very eve of con animation drawn him away from that lecplcss vigilance which must forever bo the price of n business mans safety Lola gay and excited its a schoolgirl chattered on ceaselessly to Plank all the silence all the secrecy of the arid years turning to laughter on her red lips pouring out In broken phrases of delight words strung together for the sheer pleasure of speech and the npplness of her lot to be with him unrestrained And would you believe it Beverly she said I formed the habit nt Uotovcr of walking across the boundary and strolling Into your greenhouses md deliberately helping myself And every time I did it I was certain one 0f your men would march me out He laughed but did not tell her that hits men land reported the first episode md that he hind Instructed them that Mrs Mortimer and her friends were to do exactly as they pleased at the rolls However she knew It because s garrulous gardener proud of his Service with Plank had Informed her Beverly she sold you ore a dear If people only knew what I know He began to turn red She could lee It even In the flickering lamp shot darkness And she teased him for awhile very gently even tenderly and their voices grew lower In a half serious badinage that ended with a quiet Indrawn breath a sigh and silence And now the river swept Into view a darkly luminous sheet set with re fleeted stars Mirrored lights gleamed- In It Sudden bright yellow flashes zigzagged into its somber depths The foliage edged it with a deeper gloom over which on the heights twInkled the multicolored lights of Riverside InnUp the broad gentle grade they sped curving in and out among the clumps of trees and shrubbery then on a level sweeping In a great circle up to the- steps of the Inn Now all about them from the brll lIantly lighted verandas the gay In- mult broke out like an uproarious welcome after the swift silence of their Journey The stir of jolly people keen- for pleasure the clatter of crockery the coming and going of waiters of- guests of hansoms coupes victorias and scores of motor cars wheeling and turning through the blinding glare ot- their own headlights Somewhere a gypsy orchestra full of- 6ttul crescendoes and throbbing suspensions of caprice furnished resonant accompaniment to the joyous clamor The scent of fountain spray and flow- ersi was in the air I didnt know you had telephoned for a table said Slward as a head- walter came up smiling and bowing to- Plank I confess In tho new excitement of things I clean forgot it- What a man you are to think of other peopleiPlank I reddened again muttering something evasive and went forward with Leila SylvIa moving leisurely beside SI- ward who was walking slowly but confidently without crutches whls- pared to him I never really liked Mr- Plank before I understood his attitude toward you He is a man every inch said SI- ward simply- I think that generally includes what- men of your sort demand doesnt It sheaskedMen my sort sometimes demand to others what they themselves nre- lacking In said Siward laughing Sylvia look at this jolly crowd- Look I at all those tables 1 It seems an ago since I l avo done anything of this- sort I feel like a boy of eighteen the same funny quickening fascination in me toward everything gay and- bright and alive Ho looked around at her laughingly As for you he sand you look about sixteen Ypu certainly are tho most beautiful thing this beautiful world ever paw Schoolboy courtship she mocked p f i STYLISH COMFORTABLEI 1 Tailor Made Clothes t All the latest patterns for Suits and Ti outers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern- methods Fit guaranteed Mod ertste prices Expeit tailors employ I ed J H HUNSCHE CasperMay CoCan eltonInd 4rsilOrt Js IF iit is time surest and safest place you want to have your watch repaired go to T C LEWIS he knows how and does as he knows He has one of the finest collections of beautiful uptodate JEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices gold andII silver becan bought forrRemember it is the same T C Lewis Come he is glad to welcome you and give youJ satisfactionT Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- f1ARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of flreckcnrldgo and adjoining coun t or Special attention given to collections road cases and criminal practice License- to practice In UnIted States Dlstit Courts Ofllco over flank of Hardlnsbura Miller Brick Tile CDi Incorporated Cloverport Kentucky Capacity of Plant 60000 Brick Per Daye v Main Office Rooms 8 and 10 I 00 F Building Owensboro Kentucky him lingering as he maue his slow way through the crowded place Mr Plank as they arrived and seat- edl themselves Mr Slward has Just admitted that he uses crutches only because they are ornamental Lei la isnt this air delicious All sorts PlankSuchthemquite pretty too In a certain way Are you hungry StMr Si wardAre If you StMr Slward mimick edl Leila promptly- I am said Siward laughing at Sylvias significant color and noting Planks direct gaze as the waiter filled Lellas slender stemmed glass And nothing but apolllnarls he said coolly as the waiter approached him But though his voice was easy enough a- dull patch of color came out under tho bones1ThatSylvia with elaborate carelessness Plank and Leila Immediately began to make conversation Slward his- eyes bent on the glass of mineral war- tor at his elbow looked up in silence at Sylvia questioningly There was something In her face he- did not quite comprehend She made ns though to speak looked at him hes stated her lovely face eloquent under- the Impulse Then leaning toward him she said 1 And thy ways shall be my ways Sylvia you must not deny yourself just because I Let me It Is the happiest thing 1- havo ever done for myself But I dont wish It Ah but I do she said the low excited laughter scarcely fluttering her- lips Listen I never before in all my- Ufo gave up anything for your sako- only tbls one little pitiful thing- I wont let youl he breathed It Is nonsense to You must let me Am I to be on- friendly terms withwith your mortal enemy She was still smiling but- now her sensitive mouth quivered sud donlyHo sat silent considering her his- rootless fingers playing with his glass In which the harmless bubbles were lnen1t1nfL Continued Next Week DeWitts Little Early Risers thL- famous little liver pills are sold by an druggists o emu I r 1 Get Ready forthe Next Fair j September 1 2 and 3 I Get ready for the FIRST DAY An extra effort to make the first day attractive Running and Trotting Races Every Day R M JOLLY COIrvingtons Leading Store Is offering the people of two counties bargains that are selling the goods Everyone in your family will always be welcome to make our store your headquarters when in Irvington We will appreciate your valued orders and insure you that they will have our prompt attention If our claim on your patronage is fair we will be glad to serve you in the near future Great Picture Offer We are making the greatest picture offer made by any mer chant in this county With every 5 cash purchase we give you a 1 picture free With every 2 cash purchase you can get one of these fine 1 pictures for only 39 cents If you wish to buy the picture alone we charge 1 each for them They are all best quality pictures and you will have to see them to appreciate our liberal offer as you should Buggies and Surries M CO Ky + I THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mftr Pi l9i 9ir1i NEW OFFICERS Knights Of Pythias Have Semi Annual Election Last Week The K P Lodge of this city has elected oflisers for six months as follows B M Currie CC H G YeageivfV Co Rev J T Lewis Prel T S Nicholas M of W J C Epley M of AAllen Black J G Edmund Wroe 0 G Chas W Hamman Dist Deputy G C and K of K S Chas May Sr Dist Deputy of 5th Dist and M of F and Ed Whitehead Master of Exchequer twcre retained DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are prompt and thorough and will in a very short time strengthen the weakened kidneys and allay troubles arising from inflammation of the bladder The are recommended everywhere Sold by all druggists Elected Delegates Miss Eva Plank and Mr Lawrence Murray have been chosen as delegates to the annual Louisville Epworth League Con ference which meets at Henderson Miss Plank is one of the most attractive and popular members of Cloverport Chapter and Mr Murray is the president They will be accompanied by Miss Mamie DeHaven who is one the Conference presidents Other League workers who have been especially invited to take sparfcin the Conference program will be in during the meeting from this city Thedates ri IkVe June 30 July 1 and 2 Big eats or little cuts small scratches itlaidesor big olsoare Healed qufdkly- fcyjDeWitts Witch Haull flye It Is etptclally ffobd Jor piles Be Sdre 16 Itt DeWitt I Sold by all druggists o Clothing I We are headquarters for the best Clothing Our offers in this department should attract your attention and our goods should make you buyII We handle the celebrated B E Straus COs Chicago Clothing and we can fit you satisfactorily Let us take your measure at once and have you an excellent SuitII madetoorderPeters at Cost R0 JOLLY Irvington attendance The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the Jclty Jmaklne a 200 rate Only one block from tbe principal bopptc olstrlct and two blocks from tbe prlnclpaUbeatres Street cars pass tbeidoor to all pun of the city- Everything neat andlclean 9Rf4 Ws ll 11lra71 lPl1iy NEWS FROM- HANCOCK CLARION 000- Will Return I Report has it that on account of continued ill health in Paducah Dr Chas Lightfoot will return to Hawesvillo to locate Dr Light foot has been in Paducah several years where we understand he has made friends rapidly and built up a good practice 000 Uncle Tom Poole Uncle Tom Poole an aged and much respected colored man diedat his home near Patcsville Monday at the age of 82 after an extended illness Many years ago Uncle Tom kept a blacksmith shop in Hawesvillo where he was wellknown and respected by both whites and blacks 000 Good For Hawesville The Clarion says that EEKelley has been elected City At torney for Hawesvillo The citizens made a wise choice when they elected Mr Kelley and the town can be assured that this oflice will bo given the best attention 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 expertocnce Elpaso Texas the writers life was retnedyWehaysIntroduced titlygtI Tedy 1 it formal bySevere Drug Ce L Groceries Our groceries are going at Everydaythis department Watch our of fers and buy from us We sell just a little lower than anyone else Furniture- We have just received a new and complete line of Furniture Our prices are right in this line Lime Lime Lime J I I J j I j J 1 I JI JJ 1 1 J 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 from Cloverport June 14 15 16 17 and 18 Good to return June 26 General Association of Kentucky Baptists Louisville 3 round trip from Cloverport Jun 89 10 Good to return June 15 Fwsnc ofhind A clergyman was talking on the prevalence of selfishness We incline li said to put ourselves too far ahea of other people We could alt make no better resolution than to be less selfish vAsstudent There was you know a poor Vermont art student who shared a studio bedroom with a journalist front Wisconsin The Vermonter went out ponebrought home two chops lIe laid them on the table and the cat leaped up and devoured one H I1nn it bfriendWashington Star Cant look well eat well or feel wen j with impure blood feeding your body Keep the blood pure with Burdock Blood Bitters Eat simply take exercisekeep clean and you will have long lif Mr ChurchWhew How its raining Lend me your umbrella dear Ive got to run over to tho vestry meeotlug Mrs ChurchBut why not use that umbrella youve been carrying nilI week Mr Church What To the ves try meeting Why thats whore II got It Philadelphia Press = sl llI ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 110 Dally Fast Train leaves Clovoroort 507 AM stops at lrvlll + tcn and West 1olnt MNo Ok verport 10104 AM stops atoll way stationswrfves Louisville 1245 p m Train No 114 Dully fast mall leaves Olo verport 450 p nj stops at all way stations atLoulsvllioaccommodationWEST BOUND No 147 Dully Kvunsvlllocoacmmodatlon leaves Clover waystationsTrain No Iii Dally fast mall and express atHawesvllieStanley lIenderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dully ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p stationsNollSdally train leaves Clo AMHllwesvllloOwensboroChair cars on trains ill 112 us 114 between as Loulavllleand Evansville Ihrough sleepJlUl ofcars and freorocllntngchair cars on trains115 aidStFordsville ErasckwEASTBOUND leliUlIordn1lle 840ABIleavesFor4av1lly3IOpmavriveeirvington I+ p bTralllroeBprdh11le30 able Trylnxton sO3 a1n HOIINDTr4la7 JK tt11l1 J prt 4 I 1Kentucky and Indiana Beauties JMISS ZILPHA GILLILAND MRS FRANK SANDERS 1Cloverport Ky Tobinsport Ind MUST BELIEVE IT When WellKnown Cloverport People Tell It So Plainly When public endorsement is made by a representative citizen of Cloverport the proof is positive You must believe it Read this testimony Every back ache sufferer every man woman or child with any kidney trouble will find in the reading 1profit Graham Railroad St Clover oIwill act up to representations For four years I suffered from kidney complaint The secretions from my kidneys forcingJes waJly aggravate the trouble My back ached severely and when I stooped I would suffer from sharp twinges through my loins The aching in my back at night greatly disturbed me and in the morning I rose feeling lame and sore I was very nervous the slightest work tired me and I often felt dull and languid Doans Kidney Pills procured at Fishers drug store relieved me after two weeks use and it required but the contents of four boxes to effect a com plete cure I can state that this cure has proven to be a permanent one and it gives me pleasure to recommend Doans Kidney Pills to others afflicted in a similar manner II For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co BuffaloNew York sole agents for the United States nameDoansandetake no other The Majesty of the Pyramid As the wonder of the sphinx takes possession of you gradually eo gradI majestydo pyramids step pyramid of Sukkara which even one Is near Itlooks like u small D part of the land on which It rests The pyramids of Glzeh look what they refilUticlnI excrescences Invented and carried out by man ex of manOR greatness Exqul B ns they are as features of the drowsy golden landscapeI at the setting of the sun I think they look most won derful at night when they ore blackc Ollellth the stars On many nights I have sat In the sand at a distance and looked at them and always and In creasingly they have stirred my hung inatlon Their profound calm their classical simplicity are greatly emphnII sized when no detail can bo seen wlwlIII they are but black shapes towering to tho shies They seem to Inspire then like prayers prayed by one who has said God does not need my prayers but I need them Robert Hlcheus in Century Magazine 1Oy child was burned terribly about tile face neck and chest I applied Dr Thomas Electric Oil The pain cells ed and the child tank into a restf- ulleepMrs Nancy M Hanson Ham burR N Y oAj An old negro preacher gave ns hIsttext De tree Is known by his fruit an hit des oupossiblo ter shake doIpossum downIj After the benediction an old brother said to himtI never knowed befo dot such n text wuz In de Bl letWell admitted the preacher hit aint xactly sot down dutaways 1 IIthowed1JlIgenceConstitutiontlA Stateimans Confessionsll For all his caustic wit Thomas nrReed of Maine was as tender of heart large of frame He was not much a hunter I never shot but one bird In my life ho once confessed I spent a whole day doing that It isas a sandpiper I chased him for hours up and down a mill atreamv tiWhenfclm up tip one of bis + poor little legsmaever felt lions + dthansed of styeelfs all my life I nldtim In my coattail pocket for fear somebody would tree W big 1 was+and now Btqall the rlc asd I pgvtr t iltbeguntp again teicoal ximf sl t uauaJ bltNletjJ t liarsgei t 1 iv UNION MEETING The Baptist Young Peoples Union and Epworth League will hold a joint meeting in the audil torium of the Methodist churchii Sunday night June 14 The ser vice will be led by Mr K L Oele and an especial program is being arranged for this occasion All young people of tho city are iinvited to be present at 045 A Vital Point The most delicate part of a baby in 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 curs diarrhoea d sentarjr and all derangement of the stomach or bowels Sold by A R Fisher THE GHOST OF THE FUTURE Fear of Coming to Want and the Ter ror of Failure The terror of failure and the fear ott coming to want keep multitudes o people from obtaining the very thing- they desire by sapping their vitality by incapacitating them through worry anxiety and fear from the effective creative work necessary to give them successWherever we go this fear ghost this terror specter stands between men andI their goal No person Is in position to do good work while haunted by It There can be no great courage where there is no confidence or assurance and half the battle Is In the conviction that we can do what we undertake The mind always full of doubts fears forebodings is not in a poeltio- to s do effective creative work but 1 perpetually handicapped by this untor tunate attitude Nothing will so completely paralyze the creative power of the mind and body as a dark gloomy discouraged mental attitude No great creative work can be done by a man who Is not an optimist The human mind cannot accomplish great work unless the banner of hope goes in advance A man will follow this banner when money friends repu tation everything else has goneSuc ess InnzlneIi I 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 25 cants Samples froe at Severs Drug Co HINDOO CASTE MARKSII I tinI The Women of India Wear Them the Forehead The caste marks worn by women In India ore conllnetl to the forehead nnii ono more uniform than those affoctmij J by the men Tune orthodox marl Invariably worn religious and ceremonial occasions Is n small saffron spot In the center of he forehead But the more popular and fashionable mark Is a tiny out J made with n gluellku substance usualI Ily jet black In color which Is obtnluddlt by frying sago till It gets charred and boiling It In water Women who have not reached their are sometimes partial to till use of small tinsel disks purchasable the bazaar at the rate of about a dozen for a pie To attachI these to the skin the commonest way used Is the gum of the jack fruit quantities of which will be found stick ing to a wall or pillar in the house for Immediate use In the more orthodox families It Is considered objectionable that the fore read of a woman should remain blank even for a moment and accordingly It permanently marked with a tattooed line The blister takes some mes a fortnight to heal but the Hin doo woman who Is nothing It not n artyr by temperament i and training the pain uncomplainingly Madras Man l Qewjttlllttevcl la vacclaadoli7 layQlpgtQekt Stray storhis JJ- r 1 KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery IIIIFOR COUCHS SOo PRICE do 100 I Trial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES 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the new address u u EIGHT PAGES U u WEDNESDAY JUNE 10 1908 tI Ir i J SdTS OFFICER WISEY Tis grreat times th Kaypublicn parthy will be bavin1 at thou Qonvihtion in th Collysooum week afther ntxt said officer Casey to his wife Ill be thankful if it passes off without anny bloodshed but tis moren likely there will be a favrit son or two kilt What murdered asked Mrs Casey No crushed t dith in thrush t git on th Taft bandwagon c said Casey There will he manny a promnint sthatesman thatll be glad t hang on t th back sprrings an puff like he was pushin th whole can rt t But if they airo all fr Taft thin why arre there so nanny consists asked Mrs Casey- A contist maam means no more thn that there is not room in th dellygation fr all th loyal parthy min that hope later t exchange their dellygate badges fr postmasters jobs an ministers t furrinl- ancjs Take th grreat Kaypublicn sthate iv Alabama fr instance e Alabama has a contist Why Because there arre by th last cin sus sixtysivin Kaypublicns in th sthate with twintywan on th 1 deliygation an by a strange coincidince twintywan fidral jobs available fr Alabamans With nothin but th prospict iv starvation t befure thim fr anuther four year th fortysix arre makin a dcsprit fight fr life an jobs It makes no diffrunce which crowd gits th scats in th convin tion hall fr thim that is declared reglar wont dare vote frannywan I but Taft Tgitr home they have t go through AVashnton an cn ye imagine anny min that voted fr Hughes darin t vinture that near i th Vhite House Tis not so certain about th Tixas dell gation however fr their return tickets read by way iv Roosia an so they may vinture t vote fr Knoxunder assumed names though r Thin if th convintion is goin t do just what th Presidint wants whats th use iv goin t th expinse iv havin it1 asked Mrs Casey If ye ndersthood th real purpose ha convention manm yed not be askin such a question A national convintion is held fr th benn fit iv th hotels th cabmin th railways an th married min that dont dare be seen takin a drop at home lnsthructed del1y gates arre thim that have been told by their wives t be in bedreglar at 9 oclock iv a night while dellygates at laarge arre those that didnt i4 have t sign th plidge befuro gettin on th train An alternate is a dollygatfts understudy that does his votin fr him if th grreat maan kgits stranded on a baar an cant be floated off befure mornin Chicago EveningI Post The members of the school board are interested in the children of- F Cloverport and they arc eager to give them better advantages They like all unselfish citizens want two more rooms ndded to the school building and may everybody in town do his part to help tho trustees succeed in this undertaking A flower cannot grow and develope in a intellectucrowded ally in a crowded school room Let us do all we can for the school children for a little child shall lead us We go to hear him speak t his first verse in the Graded School we attend his High School commencement t and follow him where ever he goes The brighter we make his path in life the happier will be our life i When the Democrats in Kentucky get in line and good fellow ship with the Hon Henry Watterson and Col Bill Haldeman they will be in good shape to do something You may say what you please about those two men but they are leaders they are the power behind the throne in the Democratic ranks in old Kentucky We dont ad mire their methods or their policies but we do admire their loyalty to their party and to their principles No man in Kentucky has donei more for the Democratic party than has Mr Watterson Arc you talking and working for water works You know and very man knows how badly they are needed in our town Vhynot got on the firing line put yourself to the front and go for them Your enthusiasm will enlist others No greater work to engage in for Cloverport Lots all got in line for water works all over the city The Democrats ought to turn over a new leaf Endorse loose volt and his policies that they love so wolf and nominate him on their tiokdt That is the only road for them to take to get into the White House Uncle Sum hw 500000000 surplus money now on hand that ho dont know what to do with Tho last Congress gave it to him My isnt Uncle Sam rich John Ditto is a red hot Bryanito Ho says tho country is wild for him Its another case of 1B1KS and some of us remember what kind of a case that was It will cost tho newspapers of this country more than a quarter of a million dollars to handle the coming National conventions Harry Summons ought to turn himself into a Juno bridegroom and then ho wouldnt have so much to say about Juno brides = V You Dail + t route the Republicans ofn thing they havo had for forty years and run so successfully iThe Democrats are now engaged in their regular order of busi ness resolutinLr and condemning rr v Wo predict for Taft a greater victory than Roosevelt got HARDINSbURG Charlie Bush of Detroit Mich is here studying telegrapby with M WhitworthClint is visiting 1his brother Will Beauchamp Mrs Blanche Read is in Louisville for a visit of a few weeks Mrs G W Beard is visiting her- r granddaughter in Birmingham Ala Hon John P Haswell left yesterday to attend the Chicago National Convention and to do some visiting near ChicagoTom Moore left yesterday for Lexington to be in attendance at the Demi erotic State Convention which meets tomorrowMr Mrs jesse Whitwflrth and J H Bile attended the Cfpunty Sunda School Convention at Webster Wednes dayMr Collins representing the Kentucky Childrens Home of Louisville was in town and visited the Sunda Schools Sundry He made short ad dresses at each Misses Edna Lixiie and Maude Mat tingly and Mabel Hoskins of Glen deane visited friends in town Sunday The next teachers examination wil be held here the 19th and 20th A competitive examination for ap pointment to the State University at Lexington will be held at the public school building June 20 Two appoint ments can be made under the new law Anyone interested can secure particu lars by writing Supt J H Pile Daily Beard stepped upon a nail Fri day which penetrated his foot inflicting a painful wound Hes out on crutches Gus Brown has sold to Mary M Murray one and onehalf acres of land ad joining the Murray home for 252 Lindsay Kincheloe returned Sunday night from a visit to Scio Ohio John Alexander Sr of Buras was here Monday Mr Alexander is pre paring to move to Hardinsburg Arthur Haswell is at home from the State College for vacation Our base ball grounds at the depot are about completed and will soon be in tiptop order Misses Nancye and Della Kincheloe are at home from Union College Bar boursvilleMiss Miller is visiting at Fry mire and Sample Frank Mercer is here trom Louisville Miss Louise Moarman after several months with her sister Mrs D R Murray returned to Glendeane yester day Arthur Scott came down from Louisville last week He contemplates going West again Judge Mercer and Lewis and Morris Kincheloe attended the burial of John T Moore at McDaniels Saturday Sam Monarch and daughters Zula Verna and Cecil of Denver Colo are guests at John 1 it Monarchs near townTwentyfive are in attendance at the extra month of school After the close next week Mr Driskell and wife will leave for a trip to Oklahoma- T B Lyon has qualified as execntor of the will of Emily Pile deceased widow of the late Geo M Pile of IrvingtonThe now has the tax book for the 1908 taxes and is ready to collect any and all taxes STEPHENSPORT Mrs Harry Hamman and little son have gone to Cloverport after spending several days with her sister Mrs P D Hawkins Mrs R H Smith and Mrs Nora Lennon and children visited frieuds in Rome Ind one day last week Jamie Owen Hawkins hits returned home from school at Danville Will Dowell and son of Mystic were in town Saturday- E II Miller has had his residence newly paintei which adds much to Its beautyJas T Bnshaui came home from Bowling Green Saturday where he has been in school for ten mouths Mrs Sue Wedding and granddaugh ter Irene llubenger of Rome were the guests of Mrs E T Connor Friday The ladies of the M E church will give an ice cream supper Friday night June 13 Rev and Mrs E B English have returned to their home in in Hardius burg after spending several days with their parents Mr and Mrs H S En gHth Mrs Lecretia Hensley and daughter Miss hula of Hardinsburg were the guests of Mrs R H Skillman Sunday Several from here attended the Sunday School Convention at Webster last WednesdayMrs Alexander of Irvington was tha guest of her sister Mrs Dr Nevitt Sunday PartyMr and Mrs Frank English chap aroned a crowd Thursday who had n jolly time fishing IAMt 1I1 1 1 AWW MrNAll hfMi1f AW14MI6r1I fb M IM9 MO iIAAM1MAfA WMIf Bankrupt SaletIn the District Court of the United States for the West District of Kentucky Owensboro Division IIern Bankrupt of Dieckman BrothersIj n Bankruptcy an order of Court as trustee of the above named estate IIPersuantto I Saturday July i108 I at 1 Oclock p m the property of said bankrupt at public auction to the highest and IIsell bidder the personal property and real estate located in Stephens Breckenridge county Kentucky will be sold at Stephensport real and personal property located in Rome Perry county Indiana will be sold at Rome personal property and real estate to be sold at its I location The real estate and personal property located at Rome Indiana will be sold for cash The real estate located at Stephensport+ Kentucky will be sold onethird cash onethird on a credit of three months one third six months The personal property at Stephensport + Kentucky will be sold on a credit of three months excepting amounts under 5000 which shall be for cash Purchaser will be required to give bond with good security for all deferred payments The purchaser shall have the privilege of paying cash for all if desired Said personal property consists of two good work horses appraised at 7500 each one twohorse road wagon appraised at 825 one top buggy appraised at 25 one Oliver typewriter I appraised at 845 coal binding twine lubricating oil paint corn shellers wheat sacks flour sacks counter scales wagon scales at Rome Ind platform scales Rome Ind telephone box andstock in Roberts Bottom Telephone line harness etc The real estate at Stephensport Ky consists of two lots adjoining each other on which is located the Diadem Mill a flouring mill and a barn This tract will be divided into two par cels one lot containing the mill and about two acres of ground and the other lot the remainder of the ground These boundaries will be more accurately given on the day of sale This mill is in firstclass condition equipped with scales and everything necessary to at once get up steam and commence business This real estate mill and equipment is appraised at 450000 The real estate at Rome Ind consists of an undivided fourfifths interest and an undi vided fourninths of the remaining one fifth interest subject to the dower interest of Anna Dieck man of lot No 71 conveyed to said bankrupts by Edmund Connor Said lot is of the appraised value of 96 The two lots at Stephensportwill be offered separately then together the sale realizing the most money will be accepted All of said property to be sold subject to the approval of the- court 4 All of said property will be sold free of encumberances Bank of Hardingsburg Trust Co- Hardinsburg TRUSTEEw Kentucky PI AItTOBINSPORTNEWSY ITEMS MrIIBanty Hayden from Yellow Bank visited friends here Saturday and Sunday Prof Miller and family moved down to Masons Landing Sunday Mr Walter Dyer spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks Mrs Wills Mrs J D Gregory Mrs Sawyer and granddaughter spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs E H Weather holt Childrens Day service at the M E church was quite a success Rev L S Sanders filled his regular appointment here Sunday Quite a number from here attended the show at Cloverport Saturday night Misses May and Clara Cox returned to their home at Greenfield last week Mrs Sipple and daughter Lillian spent Sunday with Mr Avery Polk and leis sister Mrs Martin Frank after a long ill noes of cancer died at her home in Cannelton Friday She WAS buried at the Upper cemetery hero Saturday She leaves a husband and three sons to mourn her loss Mrs Belle Polk has returned home from Cannolton where the has been for several weeks ofCloverportjlvisited week COPJTA9NS Mothers mdorsi It Mrs Nancy Leaf who has been very ill is not much better Mr Cyril Lyon who has visiting his grandmotherreturned home Sunday C C Whitehead went to Louisville f Sunday Peter Loesch shipped twentyfive hogs to Louisville Monday Walter Weatherholt met with a pain ful accident while working with the engine in the ferry boat The injury received was under his left eye Must Have TheBreckenridge News Dear EditorWe are now subscrib ing for your newsy paper again as we have found we cant do with out it in our home Please send paper this week and if you will again furnish me sta tionary I will send you tho news when there is anything to send This is a small town and noumuch news of in terestTrust this letter will reach you and will receive the News this week Your CorrespondentMargaret Chenault Ky June S 08 Mr Jack Gross Verylll- Much apprehension is caused in the county over tho critical condition of Mr Jack Gross He is very ill and Mr and Mrs File DelInven have been called to his bedside LJ HONEY IAXATIVEChildren COURIERJOURNAL CUTS A Special Rate of 125 For The Campaign And Election For the first time in its history The CourierJournal has made a special cut rate on its Daily for the campaign The regular price of the paper is 6 a year or I3 for six months For the campaign a rate of 125 has been made to apply to all orders received during the month of lure July a August After August 31 the regular rates will be in effect Subscriptions received during these months at this rate will be entered on the CourierJournal mailing list until December 1 next when all will expire Send in your orders at once through this paper The earlier you get in the more papers you receive Henry Watterson has announced that the CourierJournal will support the Democratic ticket front end to end and he believes the ticket will win in No vemberThe Louisville Times edited by Col W n Haldeman has made the same rate 125 under the same conditions Tho Times is the best Democratic After noon paper printed anywhere Little Girl DeadIWord has been received that Effie Doming field who was taken from the home of Mrs Carter a year ago died at the Baptist Orphans Homo iTastes d iit TARfillip EC DaWITTM CHIOAM p Knedrs Ltxitlr CouiS Jyrup bowels eonttlai ao OytelM Ibftfe tH ether mjh wrti usass5p1n arreur Ihow onUlntai OpUU OTtll Por Sale by uJlIDrigI = ii 1 Tolls Pills After eating persons of a bilious habit will derive great benefit by taking one of these pills If you bave been DRINKING TOO MUCH they will promptly relieve the nausea SICK HEADACHE and nervousness which follows restore teeIngsTake No Substitute T5he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JUNE 10 1906 Announcement We are authorized to announce the LION BEN JOHNSON UI li riiiulldHti for reelection to Congress fctilxjct to till action of the Democratic party ono voters generally For Commonwealths Attorney We are authorized to announce Judge Henry DcIIiircn Moorman as a oirulldate for Commonwealths Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party PERSONALAND LOCAL Geo Graham has gone to Louisiana- Be sure to read every page of the NewsMrs Wm McCracken is ill of appen dicitisTwo packages Quaker oats for 150 at PophamsRaymond Pate enjoyed Sunday in LouisvilleVm of Evansville was here last week Bulk coffee from lOc to 20c per pound atPophamsMiss Berry was in Hardins burg Sunday John T Ditto of Decatur Ill was here Sunday New Orleans molasses Jsc per gallon at PophamsRev F Winch ll went to Lou isville Monday Mr and Mrs John Batt were in New Albany last week Mr and Mrs Joe Hedden went to Fordsville Monday David Owen Hall has returned home frora Union Star Howard Pine of Evansville is the guest of Wm Pine Miss Mary Goering of Haweaville is theguest of Mrs H Behen Evaporated apples and peaches lOc per pound at Pophams Mrs J Haynes of Union Star is the guest of Mrs Chas Hook Wallace Pierce of Louisville spent Sunday with Miss Estelle May Dr F M Smith expeetsto return home from Louisville this week Henry Haynes of Bluff City wilL ar rive soon to visit Mrs Frank Fraize Mrs T F Sawyer is in Hawesville at the bedside of her sister Mrs Griffin Robert Young of Morganfield has been thg uest of Mrs Chas Skillman JohnS Bryan of Derby has boon the guest of Mrs Walter Weatherholt Mrs Frauei and Miss Warfield have been the guests of Miss Florrie Har difi Mrs James Younger and daughter1 Eudora expect to go to West Point tOe dayMiss Eunice Jennings has been vis iting Miss Jessie Beavin at Persimmon FlatMr and Mrs Tired May have been the guests of Mr Torn Leaf at Tobins portFrank Pragoff of New York has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Henry MayTwo cans of corn peas tomatoes hominy or Pumpkin for 15c at Pop hams Miss Eva McGlothlan of Irvington was the guest of Miss Louise Babbage SundayMrs James Harris aDd daughter Miss Jennie Mabel have gone to Brain ard Minn Mr and Mrs Orfila DeHaven were called at the bedside of Mr Jack Gross ThursdayMr Mrs Spotts of Oklahoma are the guests of Mr Hugh Leaf at TobinsportLadies Journal Argosy and other June magazines on sale at the News office Mr and Mrs Geo Ryan of Madi sonville Ill are visiting Mr A Ryan at Tpbinsport Misses Edith and Eunice Wheeler of Hardin Grove Ind Are visiting Mrs J H Rowland Mrs Will Muttingly and daughters Agnetta and Mary Joe will go to Lewisport soon Mrs Isadore Popham and little daughter Regina have returned home from Chenault Miss Eva Herndon is OApeoted soon from Nashville Tenn to visit Mrs James T Lewis Miss Lillie Waller of Morganfleld will arrive Saturday to be the guest of Miss Lula Severs Mr and Ms Harry Hamman and son Robert Leonard of Louisville are the guests of relatives Mrs Benton Eubnnk and little daughter Alice are expected from Frankfort next week Adie Kendall and Tom McGnvook of Webster have beau visiting Mr and Mrs Jesse Weatherholt Morrison Calhoon dentists ore lownstalrs 205 Fourth Street both ohon 8 Owen boro Ky For the next two weeks we will give one beautiful enlargement with each dozen cabinets for f3 Brabandt Mrs Edwin Bell of Memphis Tenn is expected here the lat of this month to visit Mr and Mrs A R Fisher Miss Maggie Harrington of Washington D Cis expected soon to be the guest of Mr and Mrs Jesse Weath erholtA enjoyable dance was given to a number of young people Saturday evening at the home of Mr Alton Mat tinglyWilford Pennington of Louisville former chief of police is visiting Mr and Mrs Ernest Henderson at Basin SpringsColin Miller will be here from Owens boro Thursday and after a short stay will return to that city to spend the summerMr Mrs R S Carter Mr and Mrs Pat Greenwood ard son Claude spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs J S MattinglyHave your millinery orders filled at Mrs Polks before Miss Youngs de parture She will return to Franklin next week Mr and Mrs Potts Miss Nellie Flood and Mr Mike Flood of Hardinsburg spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Thos Flood at Holt Mr qnd Mrs Tom Tousey Amiel and R L Oelze Ira Behen and V G Babbage attended the Sunday School Convention at Webster Mrs Reuben Marlow and children of Owensboro and Mr and Mrs Lude Bowlds of Patesville were the guests of Rev and Mrs Bowlds Sunday Mrs Walker and little sons Jule and Will of Witchita Kansas aril Mrs Jule Brashear of West Point spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Bef-JtidgewaytP i Mrs Clara Sheldon Mrs HNtosbey Miss Francis Sheldon of Cannelton and Mr Dan Ryan of St Louts were the guests of Mrs H L StadeirSatur dayMisses Allie Greenwood Dessie Pop ham and Florence Lewis Ernest Pop ham and Paul Lewis will be entertained at the home of Mr Sam May in Lewis port next Sunday DUKES J H Basham was illa few lays last week L Newbury is on the sick list this week Mrs West Roland of Yclving ton was the guest of relatives here a few days last week The Misses Kapp of Louisville and Miss Francis Walt of Hawes ville spent Friday and Saturday with their cousin Miss Senada Powers Miss Ella Evans of Patesvillo was the guest of Mrs L New bury several days last week Mr and Mrs Albert Johnson and children of West Virginia spent last week with his parents Mr and lrstJ T Johnson Miss Mabel Hall was in Pates villa Friday evening shopping Miss Flora Newbury roturned home Sunday after a two weeks visit with relatives at Sebrce John Johnson returned to his home at St Louis Sunday after a Consumption is less deadly than it used to be I Certain relief and usually complete recovery will result from the following treatment Hoperest fresh air andScots Emttfoion ALL DRUGGISTS I50C AND X1001 nm few days visit with friends and relatives at this place Mr and Mrs Wallace Powers spent Sunday with their aunt Mrs Carrie Johnson Misses Maggie Edna and Mary Powers of Goering attended the burial of their cousin Charlieh Johnson Yednes ayIMr and llrs Marion Campbell1 and children Mrs Elizabeth DunnI spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Vernon Milburn of Patesvillo John Johnson and Homer Tin die spent Friday evening withL friends at Patesville Miss Carrie Basham of this place itnd Will Clark of Philpot were married at Ilawesvi lie Sun day morning Whey left on the noon train for their home at Phil pot Mrs Clark is the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs J II Basham Their many friends wish them much happiness Deafness Cannot Be Cured 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 cause 1by au inflamed con dition of the mucos lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it iis entirely closed Deafness is the result andunless the inflammation can betaken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be do stroyed forever nine cases out often ore caused by Catarrh which is nothing but nn inflamed condition of the mucosI surfacesWe give One Hundred DollarsI for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by HallsI Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J Cheeny Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists Zoc Take Halls Family Pill for consti a ition CHENAULT NEWS Guy E Burch of Louisville came down last week to spend a few days with his wife and children Merlin Warren who has been attend ing school at Bloomington Ind has returned home Mrs Floyd Miller and little daughter Louise of Henderson are spending a few days the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Abe Allen Mrs Tula Frymire is visiting Mis Ed Shellmari at Shilo Edward Stalluian and sister Margaret attended the funeral of Mrs WillI Gardner last Tuesday at lrvington Mr and Mrs J F Jarboeand family spent Sunday the guests of H Y Stall man and family Mrs Dick Waggoner of Amnious spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs George Waggoner- A lovely little daughter arrived at th home of Mr and Mrs Joseph Greenwell June t LATEST NEWS ITEMS BY ALLEN KINGSBURRY George Miller will raise au extensiv- crop next winter by Noltes red hot stoveTom Satterfield was all out last week cause Sam Ahl wouldnt let him plow Capt Rowland is eating fish he didnt ketch Chas Fallen the great hack driver went to the cemetery Sunday Chas Fallon Jr died Saturday night She was buried in Noltes back yard Sunday She is the first cat that has died in the East End this season- J W Hanks bought a race horse from Malcolm Allen colored for 225 Nat Moorman colored weighing several hundred pounds is slightly inrlispos- edi ParksNorton Wedding Raymond Ky June SSpecial A very beautiful church wedding was that of Miss Nora Lee Norton and Mr Owen M Parks on June 2 at 730 pm While the wedding march was being played by Mrs Hollis Drane the bridal1 party entered the church The brides maids were Misses May Watlington Anna Parks and Dot Basham and the groomsmen wore Messrs Clyde Gibson Malcolm Robertson and Carlton Payne The bride was attired in brown whilo the bridesmaids wore white all carrying a beautiful bunch of flowers A very beautiful and impressive cere mony was said by Rev C E Scott of lBrandenburg Immediately after the ceremony they loft for the home of the grooms grandmother Mrs Harriet Parks of Clifton Mills whore they will snake tkeir home for a while The bride is the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs H11 Norton of Webster while the groom is a prosperous young farmer and son t of H B Parks of Clifton Mills Maytheir lives be one of peace and happiness 4 + + jI Warvt s ft I + h +FUlt KENT A furnished room In a resl convenient to business part or town and depot Apply at the Newsolllce u VOK SALE DIUNTINO Presses and Cutting machines and ono lot of qoQd Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Ons and OlLliOllne EnRlnesMAUTIN OAIJLE 516 3rd Street Louisville Iv 1IJATN1Ugood hands to work on turn roadoronItL Newsom at Peter his olliccnllh on HARED Rev JM L Roberts preachedl at Ephesus Sunday morning Mr tend Mrs W G Payne left Tuesday afternoon for Texas where they will visit relatives this summer J M Beatty went to Hardins burg Monday on business Quite a number from here at tended the BrunerDavis wedding at Garfield Sunday evening Little Miss Evelyn Bruington happened to a very serious ac cident one day last week by stepping on a nail which penetrated her foot inflicting a very painful woundOur Sunday School at Ephesus superintended by Mr C L Bru ingtou is progressing nicely Joy Beatty went to Garfield Wednesday on business Miss Rue Picador has gone to West Point to visit friends and relatives Rev and Mrs Joe Duggins were the guests of Mr and Mrs I Stephen Eo Basham Sunday Mr and Mrs Stephen Davis were the guests of his father Mr John Davis of Locust Hill Sat urday and Sunday Mr Pat Miller of hook was hero Monday on business Mr Robert Weatherford and Mrs Olu Driskell attended the Sunday School convention at Webster Wednesdays Her Life Was Saved When Bitten By A Large Snake How few people there are who are not afraid of snakes Not long ago a harmless little garter snake fell on the wheel of an automobile which was be ing driven by a woman The woman promptly fainted andthe car left to its own resources ran into a stone wall and caused a serious accident The bite of a poisonous snake needs prompt attention Mrs K Mf Fishel Route No4 Box 10 Dillsburg Pa tells how she saved her life when bitten by a large snake On August 29 1906 I was bitten on copperheadesnake Being a distance from any medical aid as a last resort I used Sloans Liniment and to my astonish ment found it killed all pain and was the means of saving my life I am the mother of four children and am never Linimente II file SPRING Mrs H D Lane of Hodgenville who has been visiting Miss Zolma Strother the past week returned home Sunday Mr and Mrs II Meyer wore in Louisville last week Their son Carl was confirmed last Wednesday and he ac companied them home Dr Strother was in EHsabethtown last Wednesday Mrs F C Williams of West Point visited her parents Mr and Mrs John H Meador last week F C Williams of West Point came down Sunday and accompanied his wife homeRob Rawlins representing a tobacco firm in St Louis was here calling on Ithe merchants last Thursday This being his old home wo wore all glad to see him Jack Collins and Lum Crnycroft Jr went to the circus at EHsabethtown last Tuesday Carl Stylus of Vino Grove was here Sunday the guest of Miss Edna Dovoll John D Meador and wife spent the week in the city the guests of her par ents laat week Mr and Mrs Alex Scott aryl daugh ter Mary Elnora v iitod Mrs Scotts neice Mrs Fuller Hall of Elisabeth town last week H H Kemper of Irvington was here Sunday and was accompanied home by Mrs Kemper who hastbeen nere thepast two weeks t On junWthe i thMM5ss Ohio Ma- eClaronand DrAJMy Hardaway vll toe married at the McthojjHst church t- 830pm JtviiUa t DONT BUY AN ORDINARY- PETTICOAT I Theres trouble ahead if you doso says one wo man of experience They mny be beauties to look at but they wont stand the wear and tear of every day ac quaintance Look for the trademark inside the band i THE bG S 0ROSISPETTICOAT 4 When you see that you can safely buy for you couldnt do bettor I know because Ive tried 1t is far away the hest petticoat I ever found in style fit finish und fabricand it looks it inside and out If youre as fussy about petticoats as I am youll try a Sorosis and do it now As this lady talks so do otherstry one J C NOLTE BRO CLOVEltPOKT KY Cadick Milling Co Dont I oresWhenfII Foundry Machine Boiler and Gasoline Boat Work Tin and Electrical workI u Wo carry 1a full line of Plum bers Supplies Mill Sup plies The best Paints and Floor Finishes Oils Greases Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Order Once a Customer Always One LIi t Cloverport Foundry i fIt1 f rIIIt nn is Ull itadltlpn vcl chos und r rICDr tr1 r t This To CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR Those who have used it are telling their friends about it Those who eat it are In quiring what brand of flour was used to make such delicious bread cakes and piesJoin happy throng that CADICKSGOLD DUST FLOUR Indiana BANK OF + 7 Capital and UndividedProfits 2200000 Small accounts receive same careful attention as larger ones and we appre ciate your business and influence Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVEWORT KY r JY rts4 b nev r M I CLOVERPORT PLANING tGREGORY iS CO Proprietorsi I sell make do oft Doors Flooring Custom cost plans and of Y olkII I Our Material is the Best and Prices Low u IS I Ju IH Cr Important MrJno Wa lord expert repnir nrtut tp out jt ry department 131 nrM1r bloltonVatII r tewelry4a Severs Cot Refers the uses Grandview CLOVERPORTIncorporated H Surplus SafeSound and- Conservative the CLOVERPORT ILLt Iill RAYMOND Rev C E Scott filled his regular ap pointment here Sunday Hiss Vanda Frymire was baptiatfl In the pond at Willis Chappells Saturday We are glad to report Mrs Thomas I Hall improving Miss Clara Macy of Garfield isvbit ing her brother Glen Mac Ahmed Cashman is ill of mumps Winfield Hendry Sub Mail Clerk w jqt to BvansVille SAt 1ay Ho is on ntrain from there to Nashville Tann1 There will be anall day meeting at this place on July 4th Everybody 1 invited VABweet Girl baby xintfved at the home of James Ater May 3o iti+wr i ii i MEMORIAL SERVICE AT FORDSVILLE Col Edwin Forbes Talks About Y The Early Settlers In An El oquent Address LARGE AUDIENCE PRESENT On Saturday May 30 Decor ation Day Edwin Forbes of Fordsville held memorial services in honor of the early settlers of that community at Macedonia Bap tist church one mile south of Rockvale Breckenridge county At 10 oclock a m Rev Henry tfentress a Baptist minister opened the service by a few re marks on the solemnity of the oc casion that had brought them together and after the choir had sung a hymn and he had offered up a fervent prayer to the Divine ruler for his blessings on these descendants of the early settlers of the community he gave up the pulpit to Col Forbes who was dressed in a full uniform of tho rebellion He prefaced his address by giving a short account of the l hily settlement of Kentucky by Virginia and North Carolina and how by holding a lineof forts from the lulls of the Ohio now Louis I ville to Boonesboro and the inter mediate stations during the Hev olutionary War which so greatly facilitated the ultimate success of Wsshingtons army Col Forbes gave an account of some of the engagements between the settlers and the Indians at Fort Hardin now Mardinsburg and Barnetts Station now Hartford and road a list of names of tho early settlers of what iie now known as the Cut Oil in Brock I enridge county and its surrounding and also a list of those who served in Washingtons Continental army and later in the War of 1812 in cluding the names of GeoEskridge Benj Burch Stanford Petty Isaac Johnson and James Yells of Washingtons army and Wm Fentress Wm Blain Mr Buch anan Jacob Clemmons John Pat tie John Ford Wn Keawn Elisha Barker and John Askins of Gov Shelbys Kentucky troops in Gen WHk Harrisons North western army He also told of the hardships and dangers in settling homes and driving back the prowling bands of discontented savages long after pence had been made with them He said that the early settlers were a social and religious people that they brought from their homes in the old settlements their English Bibles and hymn books and until they could establish I churches they held religious meetings at each others homes and the site of one of their first chur- chesNeuralgia PainsAro the result of an abnormal condition of the more prominent nerve branches caused by con gestion irritation or dis ease If you want to re lieve the pain try Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They often relieve when every thing else fails They leave no disagreeable aftereffects Just a pleasurable sense of re lief Try them 1 have neuralgia headache right ever my eyes and I am really afraid that my eyes will burst I also have Neuralgia pain around my heart I been taking Dr Miles Antl Ell Pills rectally and and they re these troutttoa quickly I seldo- mYt It necawarr to take more than tie tablets toe oces terelkL MRS KAWMNZ BARTON 1UT tMr V Carthce Mo e8 fcaro awfl uot neurala- qtM fcave ipctov 4 a- Forrithrnut d vMkurmiafc Atlaat ST takingINitVtUwayi iaHi M I tan been ao kta I po saw I uI- tfcut to severaaetheyaretorive mM MBS FERRIXR Nebtribi altf Kkit alootsilly it fait te he t yes t KwloEJklJlrt us 5 is near where the Macedonia church now is Fifty years ago he knew some of these early settlers and though they were far advanced in years their minds were unimpaired by ago and they talked pleasantly off their early settling in what wasi then a wilderness and how near their journey of life was over Col Forbes closed his addressi by admonishing the school teachers to teach the rising generation toI reverence the memory of these early settlers who not only hurled back British oppression and India atrocity but made smooth the path for generations yet to rise up He warned the school children of the importance of education if they ever expected to be useful and good men andwomen Weak women should try Dr Shoops Night Cure These soothing healing antiseptic suppositoies 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 AskI the Doctor in strictest couffdence any questions you wish answered Dr Shoops Night Cure is sold by All Dealors HITES RUN Miss Della Winchell of Tobins port Ind was a pleasant visitor of Mr and Mrs L L Waggoner and family Sunday Mrs Ben Miller wits the guest of her parents Mr1 and Mrs John Elder near Stephensport Wednesday Miss Shelly Payne of warned returned home Thursday after a weeks stay with her aunt AirsI C 1ID Payne Wilbur Clmpin of Clovorport was the most of Herman Wag goner Sunday Mrs Fannie Kinder returned toII her home in Evansville after a few days stay with her sisterMiss Letitia Hawkins Mark Taylor of Owensboro is visiting friends and relatives here Mrs Lula Elder and sister Miss Bertha Smith of near Hardins burg spent the day with Mrs Katharine Carroll one day last weekIFarmers are busy setting out tobacco There is some scarcity of plants in this neighborhood Stomach troubles are very common in the summer time and you should not only be very careful about wbat you eat just now but more than this you should be careful not to allow your stomach to become disorderedand when the stomach goes wrong take Kodol This is the best known preparation that is offered to the people today for dys pepsia or indigestion or any stomach trouble Kodol digests all foods It is pleasant to take It is sold by all druggists STEDMANS LOST BOOK How the PoetBanker Paid For an Outburst of Temper Edmund Clarence Stedman the poet hanker had a sigh temper and was exceedingly sensitive One day exasperated by the cross stupidity of n servant he throw a hook at his head The boy ducked and the book sailed out of the window After it hurried the menial but he was too late a passerby had picked it up and walked oft with It Stedman began to wonder what book he had thrown away and to his horror discovered that it was n quaint and rare little volume for which he had pail 50 Ills chagrin was Intense as the work was almost unique lad tho prospects of replacing it were remote Sonic time afterward when browsing in a second hand bookshop our sple netic poet banker perceived to his great delight a copy of the very book he had lost lIe asked the price Its very rare replied the dealer but as yon are an old customer Ill let you have it for 40 Nobody else could have I for less than GO Stedman gladly paid the e4O got home with his treas are as soon as possible and sat down to gloat over It A card dropped out of the leaves It was his own Further examination showed that he had bought back his own property Itt cured him of casting books at servants headsNew York Press There Is Biblical proof of the fact ikat gloves have been worn 8000 yart The first mention et them Is wade In the book of Ruth When mJJnbolm fa 1860I sought solitude that lie telfht wrft illI Inaugural addrta 1k cakedIkfcit Mal KernfeB ter a t W et te coil tIt1ItiM tw1febltlft tl li yiie- iMt JackMaa meiIsItlrltliIpS1IId- ripCb IuiIb fell 0Iai i M senlKerirt 1 i PRINCIPAL Wallace Babbage Receives Posi lion In Alt Sterling School A W Babbagc a Senior class ical student of State University received official notice yesterda morning of his election to the principalship of the Mt Sterlin Graded SchoolIHe will enter upon his duties iin September In the meantime as soon as graduation days are over Mr Babbage will go to Knoxville Tenn where he will spend a few months in the Summer School of the South pursuing a special line of work arranged for teachers Lexington Herald You Never Can Tell just exactly the cause of your rheuma tism but you know you have it Do you know that Ballards Snow Liniment will cure itrelieves thepain reduces the swelling and limbers the joints and muscles so that you will be as active and well as you ever were Price 25C 50c and 100 Sold by A R Fisher THREE DEADLY AGENTS Peculiar Properties of a Spider a Grain and a Vine What Is the most terrible form In which death comes hero arc three llul whjch out of them Is the worst I IB hard to My In Peru and parts of South Austral there Is found n small spider al cr half os big as a pea When this Inpp digs Its fangs lute Its victim It IIHMT a poison which begins at once to nc It scorches up the blood vowels am spreads through the tissue causiii most dreadful agony The worst purl of It In that the victim usually suffer for two days but death in the end Ih inevitableAnother fwirfnl death results froi eating bint a vegetable which grows in the east of which a feu grains cause violent mania ending In death Ilhat occasionally prows It among the rice ClOp from which It I hard to distinguish until dry when tin poisonous grain Is of a brick red coin There Is a South American vine called the knotter which grips any Hv Ing thing coming In contact with It Its tentacles twine round the object seized searing and burning the flesh like redhot wires Then the prey 1h drawn Into the heart of the follap and there crushed to death The method Is too horrible to describe In detail Pearsons Weekly Bucklens Arnica Salve Wins Tom Moore of Rural Route 1 Coch ran Ga writes I had a bad sore come on the instep of my foot and could find nothing that would heal it until I ap plied Buckleni Arnica Salve Less 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 A Sporting Judg After Baron Martin who possessed a great horror of sporting prophets bad become partially deaf be was on one occasion trying a racing case an exercise of his functions he reveled In One of the counsel engaged In It was named Stammers a solemn formal sententious personage who seldom made a speech without quoting pas sages from Scripture In addressing the Jury he was about to pursue his old habit and got as far as as the prophet says when the Judge inter posedDont trouble tune Jury Mr Stain mers about the prophets There Is not one of them who would not soil his father sixpenny worth of halfpence But my lord said Stammers in a subdued tone I was about to quote from the Prophet Jeremiah Dont tell me replied the baron I have no doubt your friend Mr Myer Is Just as bad as tho rest of them London Graphic The Best Pills Ever Sold After doctoring 15 years for chronic indigestion and spending over two hun dred dollars nothing Ins done me as much good as Dr Kings New life Pills J consider them the best pills ever sold writes B F Ayscue of Ingleside N C Sold under a guarantee at Severs Drug Co 25c To Receive A Sum Thos N Berry who has recent ly lost his eyesight will receive a sum from the Loyal Americans Tired mothers worn out by the peev ish cross baby have found Cascasweet a boon and a blessing Cascaswaet is for babies and children and is especial ly 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 Nftbllity does not lie S la the hall full St family portraits dimmed by the hand ott1DltBenea Ifcji toll of B n 3eae4r that whew u laif ttloMi tjq Ottattaa tct aim a avail aM jtij tnitted- t w0 tae e iMnM a tea= M LNw1Ut aki Jtft1 laW rJIsll11LI ilsilirM lThe dank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company rlB F BEARDPresident M1 H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier Capital 50000 Surplus I cent on depositsno more Three per cent is as much as L1best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed bank can afford to pay SUTTONSM1TH Former Editor Of The News Weds Popular Fordsville Girl Thursday A marriage of much interest to many took place when Miss Ella Smithand Mr Cicero T Sutton of Owensboro were united in marriage at the home of the brides sister Mrs Elizabeth Johnson in Fordsville Thursday Im mediately after tho ceremony thejj bridal couple left for a Western trip tics is an attractive young woman and exceedingly popular Mr Sutton is well I known in business circles and is a former newspaper man He was once editor of the Breckcnridgo News and also worked on the edi torial stalls of Owensboro papers Dont use harh physics The reac tiou weakens the bowels leads to chronic constipation Get Doans Regulets They operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation A BORN TRADER He Was a Bit Unlucky but Then He Had No Dull Times One hundred dollars seems an aw ful high price to pay for a typewrit- Ing machine said Mr Jenkinson had Just bought one It may seem wboII you answered his friend Mr Hankin son but I have one at my house that cost me 1750 and I dont suppose its half as good as yours You neednt tell me such a Its a tact broke In the other Why how In the world Well Ill tell you A year and a halt ago I bought an automobile for 600 After I had paid 1150 for r- eptrs storage fines and other expenses connected with it I traded it for a suburban lot The lot proved to be in the middle of a swamp and when a real estate man offered me a horse and buggy for it I took him up The horse ran away one day and smashed the buggy Into kindling wood I traded the horse for a gold watch The watch wouldnt keep good time and I swapped It for a bicycle One day I fell from the bicycle and put a finger out of joint Then I exchanged the machine for a secondhand type writerI And Ive no use for the typewriter Do you know of anybody that would give me a good dog for itYouths Companion Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it Irevnluncy of RhIne MUenso Most people do not realize the alarm ling increase and remarkable pre lcncy t of kidney disease While kidney orders the most common- diseases that pre vail they almost the last recognized by with doctoring frets while the orig inal lisaise undermines the system What To Do I There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder andevery part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes Yon may have a sample bottle and a book that tells bothsentfrCCIbY Kilmer Co fling dis are are tlc up for its all hamtonN Y When Ila+ viewwriting mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the Dont make any mistake but fRemember tb iaaae fcwajripfioot Drt KUrieri SRlP 5000 PhY1sicians SkatpRootandthdddr2ee TIIG4 DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge W Beard S Richardson M Kincheloo C Robertson B F Beard time Sutton 0 I First State Bank I IRVINOTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresiden- B H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits OtNNNmiN N1NmNli- PilA HssmENimallNDil iw II HOWMEH President A B BKILLMAN Cashier L LIOHTFOOT ViceKresldent CHAS SKILLMAN AsstCasbler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 I Insured every way and protected by the very Ilatest equipment I Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited c aam Geeeeso8ga ssttte arse aatra ptiin n The Carlsbad of America French Lick and West Baden Springs Ind Now reached by direct line of the Southern Railway Leave Evansville 720 am 220 pm Rockport 715am 215 pm 44 Cannelton am 215 pm Tell City 7 25 am 2 22 pm cc Troy 735am 2 32 pm Arrive French Llck1020 5 pm Arrive West Dadenl0 30 am 555 pm Daily Except Sunday ROUND TRIP RATES tIIIIT 30 DAYS Evansville to French Lick f3 16 Rockport 2 52 Cannelton 272 Tell CityU U 2 60 Troy 2 44 G D Dr A V in 715 am 45 To West Badenf3 20 2 56 a 2 76 I 264 2 48 ED Stratton P A Evansville Ind J C Beam Jr A G P A St Louis Mo The Proof is in the Comparison I Particular people whose pride of name and pride in product goes into their stationery have preferred 6MPM C3 airre spective of price for over fifteen years Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow carefulmethods that make for fineness and permanence are still used in making CQUIPOM 0890913 Its beautiful color and texture its remarkable toughness and erasing qualities make it not only a distinctive paper but the de luxe and incomparable paper for oil business correspondence Write your letters so that they willcompel a reading write themon THE DE LUXE BUSINESS PAPER Order letter heads and envelopes from us ad enjoy complete letter satisfaction i Tit Breckenrldf e News JObR toJ1l CarrlesThisI Pafjper lIn OCktt I SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS JTOPAY i w n f J h AAVEL ROAOMAKINGi How the Material Should De Ap plied and Selected UNDERDRAINING IMPORTANT With Proper Grading Gravel Rightly Used Will Make Most Excellent HighwaysTho Advantage of a Flat RoadwayEven gravel employed has boon applied In road construction in Maryland owing to Its method of appll cation the roads do not always maintain I their form as they should In wet weather This fault Is not usually due to the material employed so much as to an entire Jack of proper grading and underdraining Merely to throw some gravel over a wet or spongy place without raising the level of the road bed or making any provision for tho drawing off of the water can never make a road which will not cut through and become muddy whenever the frost comes out of the ground The water sinks through the gravel covering Into the clayey foundation and renders the latter yielding to the overlying road which pushes the wheels through the gravel into the clay or If the covering Is thin causes the clay to be pushed up between the pebbles With proper attention toward grad ing underdrainlng and the shaping of IIATIII BTBEP GRADES 1 the road before the gravel Is placed opon it considerable improvement mayfbe made on almost any of the where gravel Is obtainable as it makes an even hard and firm roadbed when supported by proper foundations An example of the better constructed gravel roads Is that extending from Marlboro to Washington which was built originally as a toll road An economical form of construction lIs to use the gravel as a support for a c macadam surface where the travel over any particular thoroughfare would warrant such an improvement The crown or transverse slope of a road should only be sufficient to carry the surface water to the gutters On dirt roads where ruts are easily formed the slope needs to be more than on a macadamized surface but never sum j slant to cause inconvenience to travel One inch to tho foot or seven and a INSTANT RELIEF OF- ITCHINGHUMOR t Limbs Below the Knees Were Raw Feet Too Swollen to Get Shoes OnSleep Completely Broken by Intense Itching and Burning Well in Two Days and Says That sCUTICURA IS AMONG HIS HOUSEHOLD GODS God bless tho man who first com pounded Cuticura Some two months ago I had a humor break out on my limbs below my knees They came to look likbraw Beefsteak all red and no ono knowshow they itcIed and burned They Wore so swollen that I had to t i split my drawers open to got them on and could not got my shoos on for a week or more I used five or six dif- ferentl1 remedies and got no help only I when applying thorn tho burning was 2 worse and the itching less One morning I remembered that i had II bit ot Cutl cura and tried it From the moment I it touched me the Itching was gone and I have not felt a bit of it since The swelling wont down andin two days I had my shoes on and was about as usual I only wish I had used the Cuticura Remedies in the first of my troubles They would have saved me two or three weeks of intense suffering Dur ing that time I did not sloop an hour at a time but was up applying such remedies as I had Henceforth the Cuticura Remedies will be among my household gods rest assured George B Farley 50 South State St Concord N H May 14 1907 FOR BABY RASHES Irritations Cuticura EczWorth Its Weight In Gold The suffering which Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment have alleviated among the young and the comfort they have afforded wornout and worried parents have led to their adoption In countless homes as priceless for the skin and scalp Infantile and birth humors ecallcdhcad eczemas rashes Itohings r chafings and every form of itching scaly pimply skin and scalp humors with loss of hair are speedily perma nently and economically cured Complete External and Internal Treatment for Even Humor of lntantJ ChUdrenLand theSkin IIlstiof CUticura BolP 250 to lcatuIQ CUUeura Ointment OO to Ilral the Skin and Cull eura Resolvent 500 or In the form of Chocolate Coated PUla 2110 per VIal of 60 to Purity the Blood old throughout the world Potter Drug do Chem corP Bole Prop Boston Mall WMaaed Free CUUoura Book on Skin DUMMO l IThfs woman says Lydia E Vegetable Compound saved her life Rend her letter ManningIowaI can truly say that Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound saved my grntitudetowith the worst forms of female com plaints continually doctoring and spending lots of money for medicine without help I wrote you for advice LydiaEit has restored me to perfect health Had it not been for you I should have been in my grave today I wish every suffering woman would try it FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills and has positively cured thousands or women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulceration fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear mgdown feeling flatulency indies prostratIonWhy Mrs Plnltham invites all sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Mass half Inches on a fifteen root road will be found about right A good macadam road does not ordinarily need so much crown depending on the grades Qn grades up to and Including four feet per hundred onehalf Inch to the foot Is sufficient from four to and Includ ing six feet per hundred threequarters of an inch should be allowed A trans verse slope of more than one inch per foot gives too much list to a wagon when at one side The advantage of as lat a road as possible Is the lessening of the tendency for the travel to keep to the center of the road and the consequent avoidance of the formation of ruts and a horse path There are many counties In Mary land where gravel of excellent quality Is abundant and where at the same time there Is very little stone that is fit for road construction The gravel however properly applied will make most excellent roads far superior to any earth road and while not possess ing the wearing qualities of hard broken stone will answer sufficiently well for those country roads that have com paratively light traffic On roads having very heavy traffic it will be found In the long run to be cheaper even at a very much greater first cost to use a macadam construction owing to the rapid wearing of the gravel road under such circumstances and the consequently largo expense for maintenance- A good gravel can always be told when inspected as it stands in place In the pit Whenever It Is hard and compact In the bank and requires tho use of the pick to loosen it it will form a hard and compact road GraveI which contains a mall amount of fer ruginous clay and has angular rough fragments of stone is tho best that can be obtained Gravel mixed with sand or composed of smooth rounded frag ments of stone does not compact and form a hard smooth road surface and la of little use except for general till lag To get the best results from gravel which is formed of various sized fragments it should be screened all pieces two Inches in size being thrown to one Bide There are found in many places gravel deposits which contain few fragments over two Inches Such grav el does not need to be screened but could be spread upon tho road directly from the pit unless too sandy The two Inch gravel is spread upon the roadbed to such a depth that when rolled it will have a thickness of three to four inches Over this first courses spread the second course composed of the smaller gravel with fragments one inch or less In size The second courpo is treated similarly to the first The rolling Is continued until any do presslons cease to be formed When ever depressions are noticed during the rolling materials should Immediately be spread upon such places and the rolling continued until the surface is brought up to true grade The gravel should not be dry when rolled If fur nished dry it may be sprinkled or the rolling put off until after a rain The top course should be about three inches thick after rolling Usually a gravel road docs not be come firm and hard until after a con siderable time during which it needs constant attention Each year how evert tho roadbed becomes firmer and ultimately nearly as solid as macadam Arcadian Bliss You frequently hear folks say they wish they were millionaires But our idea of happiness Is tho one that owns forty acres of land in the hills doesnt Owe a cent has a wife and seven chil dren five good coon dogs a sorrel team of mules a good shotgun forty seven miles from a railroad and right on a good stream of fish If that would not be happiness unalloyed we would like to know where you would go to find it Auxv asso Mo Review BLACK JACK NOTES Mr and Mrs Ernest Brown spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Will Brown near Pleasant Grove Mr and Mrs Emerson Bradley spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J K Smith of Guston- C Bradley and mother spent last Sunday with Mrs Kate Clarkson of near Guston Misses Ora Hardesty and Don Miller are visiting in Patesville this week Miss Tula Prather is spending a few days this week with Mr and Mrs G W Prather Mrs Lamb and Mrs Brow n attended the Sunday School Con vention at Guston last Tuesday Mr Will Smithone of our pro minent threshing machine men of Hill Grove mind became derang ed last week and was adjudged in sane before Judge Bassett at Brandenburg last Monday The family has the sympathy of this entire community Misses Nannie Band Lula Sipse spent one day last week with Mrs J W Downs Dr Hardesty of Paynesvillc was here to see his parents Mr and Mrs J S Hardesty last Sun dayMr and Mrs Ernest Brown were in Brandenburg last Saturday shopping The M Yoof As decorated the graves of Byron Dowellat the family burying ground at the W B Dowell farm toldIV J Burch at the Buck Grove Come tery Juno 7 Mrs Ernest Brown and Schley Miller were in Flaherty last week shopping 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 get the nourishment in the food and the baby starves actually starves Whites- Vermifugeexpels the worms and nourishes the child sure and safe Price 25 cents Sold by A R Fisher Mr Bates A Delegate S C Bates of Marion Ohio willattend the International S S Convention having been elected as a delegate from Ohio Mrs Bates will accompany him and they will visit relatives here and in Mauckport Ind To stop any pain anywhere in 20 min utes simply just take one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Pain means con gestionblood pressure that is all Dr Shoops Headacheor Pink Pain Tablete will quickly coax blood pres sure away from pain centers After that pain is gone Headache Neu ralgia painful periods with women etc get instant help 20 Tablets 25c Sold by All Dealers The Runners Attitude They were walking through the office of a big athletic club when one of the men stopped and said Do you see anything wrong with that painting Indicating a mural decoration up above the clerks desk No said the other I cant say that I doWell its a thing that most persons wouldnt notice said the first man That runner there who is Just passing the finish line has sir left leg forward and has his left arm out at the same time If ever youve had anything to do with athletics youll know that the arm extended always is the opposite to the leg to keep the balance Youll notice that sort of thing all the time in athletic pictures made by those who dont study the subject Washington Post The Big Head is of two kindsconceit and the big head that comes 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 absqlute and cer tain relief youll get Sold by A R Fisher Genius Little WillieSay pa what Is a gen ius PaA genius my son Is a man who as a boy the neighbors said would never amount to anything Chicago News The haughty ero always the victims of their own rash conclusions LeSnge 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 LIBRARY THIEVES Assorted Into Four Classes by a Li brary Official Library thieves fall Into four classes snld the librarian The first and most numerous Is the umbrella clasp gender I regret to admit feminine This lady lounges about your libra ry with an unrolled umbrella in her wnntQta magazine or a newspaper pop It goes into the umbrellas capacious folds Her type Is well known Never carryall unrolled umbrella Into a library If 1you would escape the surveillance of the watchers and attendants Another class male steals weeklies This daring thief rolls a weekly Into a cylinder slips his hand through It and works It up his sleeve Fancy running such risks for a five or ten cent weekly- A rare genus feminine again is the partitive or Installment thief who steals a book a f pages at a time Though this genus Is known to libra ries I have met with but two speci mens In ten years One stole a Hall Caine and the other an H A Vachell volume In Installments Both were more or less daft The most numerous class of all Is the open daring one These people bluff They walk out with a stolen book or paper under their arms as if It were their own And hang It they escape too If they are careful that our label doesnt show Our percentage of thefts Well we count to have about two books In every hundred stolen Cincinnati Enquirer 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 Shoops Health Coffee is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an expertwho might drink it for Coffee No 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made in a minute says the doctor Sold by J Nolte Bro How It Works Once there was a struggling young author who was bloMcd with many friends all of whom told him that he was the coming great writer of the countrySo lily a bright thought struck him He said I will publish my book and all my friends who admire It so much will buy my book and I will be rich So he printed his book And all of his friends waited for him to send them autographed copies of his bookAnd so Ills books were sold as junk And ever after he didnt have an friends Success Magazine If one feels dull and spiritless in the spring or early summer they call it Spring Fever But there is no fever usually It is the after effects of our winter habits The nerves are mostly at faul Tired wornout nerves leave us languid lifeless and without spirit or ambition A few doses of Dr Shoops Restorative will absolutely and quickly changeall of these depressing symptoms The Restorative of course wont bring you back to full health in a day or two but it will do enough in 48 hours to satisfy you that the remedy is reaching that tired spot Druggists every whereare 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 frees sluggish livers and kidneys and brings new life strength and ambition Test it and be convin ced Sold by All Dealers Her Portrait Miss ElderlyI painted this portrait of myself some weeks ago and Cod lings looking at the picture of a young girl What a good memory you have Transatlantic Tales A Grand Family Medicine It gives me pleasure to speak a good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlan of No 436 Houston St New York Its a grand family medi cine for dyspepsia and liver complica tions while for lame back and weak kidneys it cannot be too highly recom mended Electric Bitters regulate the digestive functions purify the blood and impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated of both sexes Sold under a guarantee at Severs Drug Co 50c Misfortunes Its an old French saying that mis fortunes are In morals what bitters are in medicine Each is at first disagree able but as the bitters act as corrobo rant to the stomach so adversity chas tens and ameliorates the disposition Nature has provided the stomach with certain natural fluids known as the digestive juices and it isthrough these juices that the food we eat is acted upon in such a way as 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 and yet it is so easy for any one to put the stomach out of order When you neeJ to take something take it promptly but take something you know is reliablesome thing like Kodol For Dyspepsia and In digestion Kedol is pleasant to take it is reliable and is guaranteed to give re lief It is sold by all druggists pr Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or husinces l If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive and fall in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together enablingbuyersJno D Babbage venueWell4 1 750li acres on Hardlnsbure and milesfrombeechtimbertimberBeechbehuuledLimestonelundfortobaccoyearroundeasy payments FOR SALEA splendid stand for a druggist surroundedbythe place for some young physician to step businessAnretireIsJlIlrtlcularsport Ky C 950 352 acres on llardlnsburc andJ70 r falls pf Sinking road 2 miles onestorydwallingsblacksmith shop all necessary outhouses130 acres under cultivation and pasture S22 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all Rood size Plenty of Rood water the year round Onethird cash and Rood easy terms on balance CnnPUUU fromHoltdwelllugpondtlThisacres In timber white oak sugar tree and beech balance cleared Plenty of good fruit Good road to HtcphensportiSH miles and good road to Holt 14 wiles This farm Is not worn theI l Cheapest In Price of- SubsGrlption The News a and nice letter Mr Ben Bates is in Kansas Ho that the and is near his mother and Mr sprains cruises burns matic all other pains use Oil sold In 1852 still the In Good for man or beast 25c 60c 1100 Cloverportnnd Improvements and other out buildings I12 in orchard500 acresIngrass balance In state of cultivation Two OoodlimestoneandwheatOnethirdcash850 12 acre farm 44 miles from Clo flowItngsmalldwellingsandcorn andUsUlphursprlng20000poundst2 On six acres of the wood land there are farmforuncuttimberThlsIsa small farm YearIA splendid stand store house stock of good willetG sales 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection pays about per year Three miles from railroad on the Here is a tine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a good For further write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky n Middle Ridge Poultry Yards Single Comb White leghorns- Bred to Lay e Eggs 100 15 2 00 per 50 300 per 10- 0MRSJIHJ PAYNE TOBINSPORT IND Phone 134 Box 20 m Most Complete and Accurate In News Kentuckys Fearless Newspaper The greatest Presidential campaign of this generation will soon be in swing Just now there is a most interesting fight on for the nominations Are you in touch with the trend of events in both parties Are you acquainted with the qualifications of the various candidates No newspaper in Kentucky is better fitted to publish complete reports during Presidential campaign Its reputation for fairness is supreme You must have a daily newspaper clubbing arrangement is very attractive V t The Breckenridge NewsA- ND The Louisville Herald Both One Year for 300 In Sylvia Kansas received subscription from who Sylvia likes of country very prosperous there Ho lives Sam Hall for cuts rheu and McLeans Volcanic Liniment blrst same effective remedy 1908 and 800 acres good business goods Annual which 120 station branch business particulars Strain per full the Our part Thinks It Saved Ills Life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says in a recent letterII 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 remedy for throat and lung complaints and would no more be without a bottle than I would be without food For nearly forty years New DiscoVery has stood at the head of throat and lung remedies As a preventive of pneumonia and healer of weak lungs it has no equ J DrugCotJia r ay 4rW+ rw rN Inw rwR1rn + rrrrrr + i 1 4i 1 I Lj DAYJuly 4thLl n 1 iW 1000 Skating Dancing Music Furnished Good Dinner and Supper Water Free Grounds by Handsome Prize Awarded in Young Ladies Contest WAITED PATIENTLY FOR DEATH ANGEL Mrs II L Zeijrler Of New Bridge Oregon Dies Of Consumption In Hard insburg DAUGHTER OF MR DURHAM Hardiosburg Ky June 9Special- At flue oclock Thursday morning June 4 Mrs H L Zeigler of New Bridge Oregon quietly treathed her last at the home of her father Mr James Durham of this city On January first 1907 the deceasec whose maiden nams was Edith Durham became the bride of Mr H L Zeigler who had come all the way from Oregon to claim her as his wife The soon left for their distant home with dreams of many happy years His wifes failing health caused Mr Zeigler to return some time ago with her and the little Edith who had corn to brighten their home In consumption clutches she reached her father s home patiently to await for the death she knew to be near Mrs Zeigler was a beautiful Chris tian character a member of the M E church South On Friday morning the Rev B A Brandon preached the funeral sermon a the Methodist church The local and several of the Cloverport members of Knights of Pythias were present Mr Zeigler being a K P The interment was made on the formei h mlltead of Mr Durham near Kirk where live other brothers and sitters lie b tried The News extends sympathy to the bereaved Mr Plank III Master Mechanic Plank has been ill dace Sunday He will probably be able to bi at his office at the Henderson Route shops today Million a Year For Roads Connecticut still lends In the good roads movement as a state Sho was the third to get Into It New Jersey being the first four years before IHM and Massachusetts the second in is iv Now Connecticut upend lOOOOH u- year while the first spends but Iil OW and the second but 100000 I than that Connecticut spends the II- gnllt amount per capita for good r1Ii bf far the only other states who ttal annual appropriations are larger bjlng New York with 5000000 nnll Pennsylvania with 1500000 but l1111 tt states are vastly hirgor than little i t COftDectJlUtII Bad Roads Indeed It Is no wonder that tho grangers are spanking places In favor of bettor roads ns the mud Is something forml dablo on the country ronds At East Longincmlow Muse one of till I churches was closet on a recent SITU day on account of the muddy condition of the roads says the Hartford Tlm A Hartford funeral party driving ttl Croirwpll found the roads Impassible la some places rendering it necessary t take to the fields The mllkmon and HamiltoN declare that they never saw tie beat of IV and the chauffeur who gets off the macadam is entitled to a Ipremium The Cheapttt Roadmaker The goal rouds without money movement that has by moans of Kings split log road drag converted tho Slough holes of the corn belt roads into model turnpikes la extending to the eastern states whore most roads are either very good or very bad says Garden Magazine Mr King is arrang ing with the various state boards of agriculture to give u series of practical demonstrations of the use of his de vice on eastern ronds where the suc cess of rond drugging is more doubtful because of sand and rocks Six Cent Lambs rBrnest Henderson is wearing a broad smile See that field of lambs over there they are mine and I sold them for 6 cents a pound he said and was not a bit sorry for the other fellow Ollie Lewis will go to Lewiiport Sun day to be the guest of friends A Good Trade J C Dugin agent for the Singer Sewing Machine who opened his office in this city several weeks agocontinues- to have a good trade Anyone want ing a fine machine can get it from him Chas Johnson Dead I Chas Johnsonone of the bestknown young men in the Dukes community died at the home of his parents Wed nesday night His brother John Johnson of St Louis attended the funeral Pretty Party Miss Helen Kingsberry was the guest of honor at a party given in colebration of her eighth birthday last Tuesday at the home of her patents Mr and Mrs Allen Kingbarry A number of her little friends were present and had a most joyous time Good Emersons Floating Palace gave a splendid vaudeville here Saturday night The entire program was bright and en tertaining The music was good and best of all the show was clean morally Mr Emerson is to be commended for putting such a highclass 9n his boat and for this performanceII ihvdys welcome in AT TAR SPRINGS GUESTS EXPECTED Illuminated Electricity Popularity ShowI HENRY SPENCER Detains Mrs Maggie Sanders on Public Highway i Mrs Maggie Sanders living in the neighborhood of Patesville Hancock county was here one day last week and swore out a warrant before Squire Bates against Henry Spencer of the same locality charging him with having detained her on the public highway against her will Mrs Sanders was alone in her buggy returning home from this city when she says Spencer accosted her She says she got out of her buggy and Spencer grabbed hold of her but she pulled away from him and ran some distance to the nearest house Spencer lives in Hancock county and the sheriff there has a warrant for his arrest A New Yacht Mr Ira Beben launched his new yacht in the Ohio Saturday afternoon It is an elegant little launch and will be used for pleasure trips onl- yChildrens Service The annual exercises of the Presby terian Sunday School will be held at the Presbyterian church the evening of the third Sunday of this month Lr 0 07mm 1 rlFood Laws f pulec1 i FOR SALE BY b- j1j Ulor ort T F He ser Veisenberg Noble C L X- ty Sippel X H Quiggins W B Oelze Ijj C T Ilensel Irvington J Duggins Harned Mat X- ftl tingly Bros Kirk N 11 Crews Co McQuady T G 1jy Oi 1 Morgan Co Stephensport K rJc l W- l 1r l Carr Bottling and Manufacturing WorksmjJm lHawesville Kentucky f YOUNG MAN KILLED BY TRAIN Remains of Allen lurch Brought Home From Gallagher III To Hardlnsburg LIVED TWENTYFOUR HOURS llardinsburg June 0 Special The remains of Allen Burch son of J O Burch of Kewanee III arrived here Sunday night and were buried in St Romualds cemetery Monday morning On trying to alight from a moving train last Thursday at Gallager 111 young Burch aged 20 fell and was thrown under the train suffering such mangling of feet and limbs that both legs had to be amputated He survived the amputation but died on Friday Allen Burch formerly lived two miles from Hardinsburg on the Leitchfleld road Two or three years ago they moved to Illinois He was au excellent I yonug man and had many friends The father and three brothers accompanied the remains here for burial The sym pathy of the entire community is ex tended to the bereaved in this untimely death of one just entering into manhood HINTS FROM MISSOURI How to Use the King Drag and Have an IIdeal Road In Missouri the roads are really bad and Improvement by the King road drag hits been taken up systematical flic following suggestions are from H jullotln by the Missouri board of agri culture Dont drive too fast Dont walk Get on the drug and rU1 Dont wait for your neighbors to tako hold They may be waiting on you Dont walt for the big grader to come and shape up your road All OU can do first will help to make the work of the grader permanent Dont try to drag with one piece ue two One will scoop out the holiows In the road and deepen them When wo are used the one keeps the other ip and soon the hollows will have llled and become level like the balance of the road Dont wait for good roads until the I rlty folks begin to tall about rune I iilnrn nt public expense This will cost rom 3000 to 5000 a mile and for country purposes where there Is no icnvy hauling It Is no better than not as easily maintained as a road proper I y made with the drag Five dollars 1 mile with n proper use of the road drug will keep time ordinary country aid that Is properly drained graded md bridged or converted In first class rendition nine months in the year and nake it a fairly leant rond the other hreo months But this cannot be done In I ono year or two The longer the I drug Is used Intelligently the bettor tho road will become until finally its oval and smooth and hard and elns tic This is the Ideal road and noth- Ing but n road properly made with the ling or an asphalt road meets nil theo I oqulrcmentfl CATARRH IRELIi I Ij IAN GEORGE W WEICK x Seventh Street Denver Col Alderman Eleventh Ward writes I have used Poruiia for catarrh of tho stomach and it has helped mo wondor fully Chronic Stomach Trouble SAMUEL A SEAL Route 2 MHTroadway Toxin writes It gives mo groat pleasure to testify to the great good your medicine Peruna has done for me In a chronic case of catarrh of the stomach I was confined to my bed for some time and could not sit up I had tried everything that I could find recommended for catarrh without any benefit I tried tho best physicians in Hancock County with little or no benefit 1 then tried two of tho best physicians in Hawkins County and found they were doing me no good I was gradually growing worse Thou a friend of mine passing by handed mo one of your pamphlets and seeing how Peruna was recommended for catarrh I sent to Rogersville Tennessee noxt morning a distance of about fifteen miles and procured some of your Poruna and began taking samo according to directions and after taking it a few days I began to got bettor I continued using it until I was able to go to work on tho farm again and now I am in very good health and do work on mv farm Miss Bush And Miss Johnson Honored The second annual meeting of the Ky State of Graduate Nurses is meeting in Louisville today Miss Eliza Johnson and Miss Edith Bush both here will take part in the program There are over 150 nurses Mrs Polk Entertains Miss Young Mrs Mary Dunn and Miss Jennie Patterson were entertained to an elegant supper at home cf Mr and Mrs Robt Polk Sunday evening Perhaps No Medicine in the World Has Relieved More Cases of Catarrh of the Stomach Than Peruna The Symptoms of Stomach Catarrh Are Heaviness After Eating Belching Gas Sourness of the Stomach Sluggish Bowels GEOWWEICK DENVER COL W5 r I HAVE USED PERUNA FOR ATARRH OF THE STOMACH AND IT HAS HELPED ME WONDERFULLYJ SOME OTHER TESTIMONIALS 11 ALDER 4LDERMAN STARTLING do honestly boliovo your great II Peruna saved my life and I recommend it to like suffer ers You ore at liberty to publish my testimonial and I truly hope it may be- n benefit to somo one Catarrh of Mead and Stomach Mr Prank Rich tor of 809 East Second I Street Winona Minn writes As a remedy for catarrh I take pleasure in recommending Poruna for catarrhof the afI sider it my duty to say a word in behalf oftho remedy which gave mo such relief Poruna cured mo and 1 know it will euro any ono olso who suffers from this disease Itgives mo grcatpleaauro to teas tify to the curative effects of this medicine Peruna is a well tested and fre quontly used remedy and for catarrh of tho stomach it is unsurpassed My catarrh was principally located in my head and stomach Itried many remedies without success I tried sev oral doctors but they woro unable to euro mo I read of Pcrnna in tho papers and five bottles cured me Almost from tho first dose Poruna will relieve symptoms of stomach car tarrh Peruna at once sharpens the appetite increases th digostivo powers and gives renewed strength People who Object to Liquid Medicines Should Buy Peruna TabletsIII Association wellKnown attending t the t cheerfully Visiting At Union Star B F ParrSuperintendent of schools of Winchester III is visiting hisr f mother Mrs Mahala Parr at Union Star Mr Parr comes back to his former home every two years and his visits are most enjoyable ones to his old friends K P Services The annual memorial services of the K P Lodge were held in the Methodist church Sunday afternoon after which a large number ol Knights decorated the graves of the deceased brethren t8 i CE- COMPANYgI J 7232527 W Main St WHOLESALE LOUISVILLE KY GROCERS P