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Sr- v THE BRECKENRIDGENEWSIALL 1 VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 17 1908 8 Pates NO 49 BRILLIANT NUPTIALS i AT BIG SPRING I i Beautiful Church Wedding LasttI Evening At Methodist Church In Presence Of Many GuestsII HANDSOME HOME RECEPTION A most beautiful wedding was that of Miss Olla Mae Clarkson and Dr A M Hardaway which took place last even ing at 830 oclock at the Methodist Episcopal church at Big Spring Some time before that hour the churchwas filledwith the friends of the young couple and before the arrival of the bridal party a v musical programme was rendered Miss f L Clarkson sang Loves Token and just prior to the entering of the party Cupid Will Guide was sung by Mrs Milton Bardwell of Louisville The pulpit was hidden in masses ot foliage and potted plants Plants were also grouped around the church In the aisles were arranged posts trimmed with green supporting bunches of white flowers tied with white tulle Over the entire altar where the bridalI party stood was a canopy of smilax The wedding march announced the arrival of the bridal party They entered the church led by two ushers Harry H Kemper of Irvington and Pierce Hardaway of Bewleyville Then came Mr Philip Carter of Jacksonville Fla and WmHogan of Chicago The maid of honor Miss Etelka West Jacobe of Milwaukee came next un accompanied She was followed by Mrs Harry Kemper matron of honor She preceded the bride and he brother Mr Ben Clarkson They were met at the chancel by the groom and his best man Frank Thompson of North Dakota The ceremony was performed by the Rev G B Overton of Campbells vine and during the service Ruben J steins Melody in F sharp was played The bride wore an exquisite lace robe made over satin and chiffon It was made of point applique empire style with three flounces of lace finishing the bottom Itwas cut with a graceful train and had a transparent yoke of pearls She wore the usual1 tulle veil and carried a French boquet of lillies of the valley Mrs Kemper wore her wedding gown of chiffon over taffeta She carried an arm boquet of lillies and in her hair she wore a spangled eigrette The maid of honor wore a pink crea tion made emprie She carried an arm boquet of sweet peas and her hair wasII beautifully dresses in Grecian bandsIMiss Hardaway was unusually attractive I in a pink and white dress made princess It was trimmed in pinktt satin bands and had a sash of in koft satin She also carried a boquet ofinjj pink sweet peas and wore a Grecian I hair ornament Following the wedding ceremony was an elaborate reception given at the hos p pitable home 1 of the brides mother t Mrs Julia Clarkson The house wasI e artistically decorated in Japanese lanterns and decorations The dining room was the most beautiful of all a canopy of smilax occupying the room The brides cake was stood on a jtable to itself and was oblong in shape C on top of it was a pink candy basket and twenty pink ribbons hung from the cake which contained the thimbletc 1 The brides gift to her maids were b lovely pearl pins Dr and Mrs Hardaway left fmme diately for their home in North Dakota a Visiting In Rockvale h u Frank Bogard and Stiles Howard wi return to Cloverport this week after aat short visit to Mr G B Howard Rockvale Mr Bogard is a former iin- structor in mechanical drawing Clemson College S C He and Mr Howard will be most welcome in social life in Cloverport as well as in business circles Greatly Amused L greatIJi i the entertaining stories about the date Li 7 7on the terrapin He says the Cannel l ton Telephone should have made his r ago 71 which would have been more i exciting than making his age appear a several years more than it really is- ithe next two weeks we will givei llForbeautiful enlargement with each 4 IaoieA cabinets for3Brabandt- r PARDONS FOR POWERS AND HOWARD Both Prisoners Promptly Turned Loose Saturday And Leave For Their Homes Immediately PARDONS CAUSE EXCITEMENT Frankfort KyJune 13At 8 oclock this morning McKenzie Todd private secretary to Gov Willson sent word to all Frankfort newspaper correspon dents to come quickly to the Executive office where the Governor would soon be ready to announce his decision upon the applications for pardons made by James Howard and Caleb Powers Not long after the Governor appeared jand both men were pronounced pardoned Howard was serving a life sen i tence while Powers thrice convicted had been granted a new trial It iic said Powers will gOto Chicago to attend the Republican National Conven i tion When the pardons were issued Powers was in jail at Georgetown aud Howardwas wearing stripes in the Frankfort penitentiary I The Governor also pardoned Powers from the indictment of the Franklin Circuit Court charging subodination of perjury On being released from the peniten itiary Jim Howard took the Chespeake iand Ohio train for Louisville Lexington Ky June 13Powers will leave Georgetown on the 10 oclock C and O train tonight for his old home in Barbourville passing through this city and arriving at Barbourville early Sunday morning This was the ofrhis close personal friends He will be accompanied by his 1 brotherinlaw N H Green Prof HII J H Owens Dr Samuel Bennett W W i J Byrley Chairman of the Republican J Eleventh Congressional district com I mittee Henry McDonald and a half dozen other Barbourville friends Plans are being made at Barbourville to tender him a public reception Sunday and hundreds from Knox and sur rounding counties are expected to be present to extend congratulations SAD ACCIDENT Little Child Crushed To Death At Ekron Last Thursdayt I Tne little twoyear old son of Mr andij jMrs Sparrel Kasey was crushed toe death under the fly wheel of a saw mill engine near the station at Ekron last Thursday evening The burial took place at Rosetta Fri day The sympathy of the many friends t Mr and Mrs Kasey goes out to them 1 their gieat trouble Cant look well eat well or feelwell with impure blood feeding your bodyt Keep the blood pure with Burdock Blood Bitters Eat simply take exercisekeep clean and you will have long lif j Real Estate SaleHI V G Babbage administrator oftt the estate of Issac Blair deceased will1 sell the property of the deceased on June 27th i Methodist Parsonage Day All the members of the Methodist church and all friends of the church areI asked to be present next Sunday morning at 11 oclock to join in the Parsonage Day exercises A full account of theII new building will be given and the plan 11will be submitted for the completion of the work Dont fail to be on hand promptly at 11 oclock B M Currie P C atDiv child was burned terribly about the face neck and chest I applied Dr Thomas Electric Oil The pain ceas ed and the child sank into a restful sleepMrs Nancy M Hanson Ham burg N Y ALL DAY MEETING AT NORTONS VALLEY July the Fourth will be celebrated by an all day meeting at Nortons Valley Dinner will be served on the ground and everybody will be welcomed who want to come J S J Drear Fordsville Ky Wm Marse of Chicago will arrive soon to visit Mr and Mrs Nielsen at Tar Springs HOWARD MFG CO SEEKS CLOVERPORT May Establish A Plant In Thi City Companys Representa tive Highly Pleased With The OutLook ONLY GOOD WILL WANTED Frank Bogard member of the Howard Mfg Co was here Saturday making arrangements to establishI headquarters in Cloverport for that company and if satisfactory results can be obtained they will install a plant here for the purpose of making thei Howard System of Domestic Water Supply The company will not solicit stock and will carry on their businessi on their own hook All they ask of Cloverport is the citys welcome and good will Mr Bogard and the other two members of the Company Stiles Howard and G B Howard will arrive here iin ten days to make definite plans for business r wr CUPIDS PRANKS AND SOCIAL NEWS i June brides are now far iin dreamland some riding in touring cars in ocean steamers in pullman cars in rubber tire runabouts and others happily walking a dirt road to a magistrates office It matters not the way each i one is going toward that blissful event of her tlfeher wedding day Planning j i her trosseau dreaming of her i presents and adoring her prince charm iing A sweet dreamfrom which t be awakened by the call Come Andwhat that means only time can tell 000 When one of Cloverports prospective brides opened the boxes from the dressmakers i the other day showers of rice fell from the clothes and in her exulta tion over her wedding dresses she naturally left the handfuls of grain for J some one else to pick up That night at the supper table the old colored auntie brought in a large bowl and J said to the pretty young brideHoney heres at rice at come in yer clothes it looked too good to waste so I jest cooked it 000ii As a rule a girl in love is right absentminded but an engaged girl is worse than thatalmost crazy Just recent ly an attractive young girl who had be come betrothed to a devoted suitor was told by her mother to get a bucket of i water She obediently took the bucket and filled it with coal 000 Mrs W H Bowmer gave a beautiful party Friday morning from 930 to oclock in honor of Miss Ruth aynes and Miss Margaret Moorman J She was assisted id entertaining by her daughter Miss Marion Bowmer Thec house was prettily decorated in cut flowers and cupid made his appearance in other decorations Fruit punch WEtS served to the guests as they were re ceived and elaborate refreshments followed The ices were delicious and on the individual cakes were brides roses Just before the guests rand their departure each one was given a i chance to cut the wedding cake Miss Rebecca Willis cut the needle Mrs Fred Ferry got the thimble and Miss Eva May the dime The ring waa cu by Mrs George Short who afterward- threw it from the stairway to the unmarried girls It was caught by MissI Lucy McGavock Mrs Bowmer pre JapanesSe 000 The wedding of Miss Margaret Wickliffe Moorman td Dr John Edwards Kincheloe will be solemnized in the Methodist Episcopal church this evening The ceremony will be said by the Rev BMCurrie at 830 oclock Mrs Margaret Bennett of Henderson will be matron of honor and Mr Lewis Kincheloe will serve as best man The bridesmaids are Misses Nannie Kincheloe Ray Lewis Heyser Lula I Margaret Severs and Addie Louise Babbage The ushers are Messrs Claude Mercer Tom Moore Chas Morris and Tom Bowmer The bride will be given away by her cousin Mr Chas Moorman Miss Lillie Muir Waller of Morganfield will play the wedding march The colorscheme of the occasion iis pink and white The matron of honor will wear a pink dress and th maids will wear white dresses and pink girdles The bride will wear a whit dress and a bridal veil 000 Mrs L T Reid was a charming hostess at a dinner given at her home Saturday evening in honor of Miss Margaret Moorman 000 Twentythree guests made the linen shower in honor of Miss Moorman given by Miss Severs one of the merriest andI most enjoyable of the entertainments given for the bridetobe As the guests arrived they were received by Miss Louise Babbage and Miss Severs stood at the head of the receiving line I and introduced them to Miss Moorman Mrs Bennett Miss Nancy Kincheloe and Miss Lillie Waller Miss Rayjj Heyser presided at the punch bowl The house looked beautiful decorated in cut flowers the colorscheme green and white being carried out in the refresho ments Most interesting was the flower garden in the reception room which was madeup of linen presents for the bride Miss Moorman was invited to j dig into the garden of grass and daises and she found at the root of eachJJ blossom an exquisite gift of love and linen Immediately after the presents were opened a magazine article on linen was read by Mrs Harry Newsom Before the guests departed Mr Chas Moorman took several snapshots of the patty 000 willtt entertain the KincheloeMoorman bridal party at their home this evening immediately after the wedding 000 Miss Ruth Haynes and Miss Margaret Moorman were complimented by charming reception given at the home of Mrs Chas Skillman yesterday morn ing ji Sail For NaplesJJ Mrs Pinkham of the LydiQ E J Pinkham Medicine Company of Lynn Mass together with her son Arthur W Pinkham and the younger members i of her family sailed for Naples on May 20 for a three months tour throughout Europe and a much needed vacationI NINETEEN PRESENT Little Forrest William Woods was partegiven in honor of his birthdaay June 4 He received nineteen lovely DrlForrest Announcement Grand Demonstration of American Beauty Corsets June 22 to June 27 1908 You are most cordially invited to attend the Corset Demonstration at our storeIduring the above dates Miss Higby of Kalamazoo Mich a thorollihlyI equipped corsetiere will be present to advise you in reference to particular models to secure comfort and a stylish fiillreIIf you have corset annoyances and yovroorset does not give entire satisfaction ask our demonstrator and gain the benefits of her expert knowledge BF BEARD 9 CO J Hardinslurg Kyx M t CASTLEs Improved Outside And In By Mr And Mrs Frank Mattyngly Formerly Of Louisville Mr and Mrs Frank Mattingly who have recently bought the Castle and moved here from Louisville are making the place one of the most beautiful homes around Cloverport They have had the house painted i white on the outside added two new porches and put on a new roof The interior has also been handsomel varnished Mr and Mrs Mattingly are most hospitable and their home will be a pleasure to others as well as themselves Mr Mattingly is one of the bestknownI engineers on the Henderson Route HARDINSbURG The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust oeBuras the S D McGill house and lot Aleaandeer and wife will at once move to Hardlns burg where they are htld in very hieh esteem and will receive a cordial wel comeRed Tag Sale at B F Beard Company j June 22 Everybodys going make your plans to spend the day a that store Editor Roy E Moorman of the Democrat is at Cerulean Springs in attendance at the Kentucky Press Association Miss Tula C Daniel was at Princeton last week attending missionary meeting Wonderful bargains will be given at B F Beards store during the Red Tag Bale June 22 J R Johnson expostmaster and former citizen of Hardinsbujg was here last week from Louisville Miss Lelia McGary is visiting Miss I Maggie Buker at Centertown in Ohio County Mrs Mattie Foster Rouse of Memphis Tennessee was here Thursday and Friday the guest of Mr and Mrs J H I PileDout miss the Red rag Sale Jun 22A great celebration at B F Beards Frank Shellman left Monday for Paris Tennessee Mrs Shellman an two children who accompanied Mr Shellman when he came Thursday will remain until after July 4 There are four prisoners two whit and two colored in the county jail Rubt A Smith and his daughters Mrs A M Kincheloe and Mrs j H Pile were at Lodiburg Saturday to t t tend the burial of L H Adkisson Edgar Goodman has two acres o watermelons ith prospects fine for a big seep 25 dozen American Beauty corsets to CompanyaSurely you can be pleased Squire George Harned of Ouster wan s town Monday D S Richardson of Union Star was here on business Monday J Mrs Wm L Milner of Union Star j was the guest of her sister Mrs Percy Beard last week Mr and Mrs Andrew DrisKell left yesterday for Oklahoma and likelyI New Mexico to be gone several weeks Arthur Ater of Lodiburg has the iNorrnal in charge until after tbeII teachers examination Friday Mrs Eli Potts and daughter are visiting Mr and Mrs Sim McGaryf Miss Higby of Kalamazoo Mich will be with us to demonstrate the American Beauty Corset at our store June 22 to June 27B F Beard Co Mrs W A Walker took her Sunday School class apicknicking andsfishin last Thursday on Rocky Run Th e catches were few and small but the day was most pleasantly spent Mr H L Zeigler and infant daugh ter leave this week for his home iin OregonBaseball has taken the place of skating and the world is happy yet Thos J Moore was elected State Central Committeeman from the Fourth District at the Democratic harmon convention at Lexington last week Mrs Sim McGary has returned from a protracted visit to her son Phillip Mc Gary in Indiana andto her children iin LouisvilleMiss Kincheloe left Monday attend the linen shower given by MI Lula Severs in honor of Miss Margar Wickliffe Moorman and to act as bridesmaid at the MoormanKincheloe wed ding this evening General and Mrs D R Murray wero in Louisville several days last week Many visitors are thronging to at torney Morris Eskridges stable to see his young mule which is without a tail Otherwise it is normally formed and is an excellent little animal- C V Robertson attended the funeral of Mrs Claude Pemberton at Horse Lave Sunday Marriage Licenses W H Bullock Nancy H Allgood Frank Doan Min nie Kelni Hon D H Severs of Cloverport was in town Monday tonLouisville this week to attend the International Sunday School Convention excelY llent sermon to children Suuday morn ingThere will be a uiatcn game of ball on our new grounds Saturday afternoon between Irvington and Hardinsburg T J Moore spent Hunduy with frienda at Gleudeaue The Best Pills Ever Sold After doctoring 15 years for chronic indigestion and speadiug over two hun dred dollars nothing his done me as much good as Dr Kings New life Pills I consider them the best pills ever sold writes B F Ayscue of Ingleside i N C Sold under a guarantee at Severs Drug Co 25c RVINGTONt If you want good beef for Sunday sea JE H Jolly on next Saturday Terms unconditionally cash Mr Charlie Pennington of Louisville was the guest of Mr and Mrs Ernest Henderson Mrs Jerry Gannane of Whitesville Ky arrived last week to be the guest 01 her husband for weeks stay Brabandts in Irvington Tuesday Mrs L B Morenien spent Thursday in Louisville shopping Mrs A B Coleman left last Thurs day to visit her daughter Mrs Will Cain of Louisville She will return in two or three weeks Have your picture taken Tuesday c11urrayeof Hardinsourg were visitors of Mr and Mrs Frank Peyton on lust Friday Miss redturn home this week from Louisville where she has been visiting her brother Mr Mack Peyton lefteSaturday for an indefinite stay with relatives and friends in Louisville One of the most enjoyable picnics of the season was that given byitlrs JRWimp on last Thursday lor rue Sunday offwas a member The following guests were present Misses MaryCullinsAlline Cowley and Gedry Bramlette Other guests were Mrs F H Farring ton Eihel Farriugtoa and Lydiu Mc GeheeMrs Walker Brown and sister Miss Mary Brown returned Saturday from Glendeane where they have been vis king Mr and Mrs B P Hp kins Misses Maui and Agnes Kirtley of Brandenburg were visitors of their irother Lawrence Kirtle Sundaj The Irvington baseball boys crossed bats with the Rockvale boys on their diamond last Saturday and the scorn was 19 to 7 in favor of Irvington Hurrah for our boys they are all right Miss Ethel Farrington left Tuesday or Louisville after spending some time here the guest of her brother and sister Rev and Mrs F H Farrington Misses Mary Henry and cousin Fran kie Richardson of Macon Georgia left visiteMrs Luther Wilson and children have leturned from Jollys Station where they wero the guests of relatives Mr and Mrs Matt Payne spent Friday at Garfield ou a business trip Miss Rachel Mudd will leave this week for Louisville to visit her sister Miss Iva Mudd for some time DruryYgone for several days visiting Mr Hilliard Biggs and Miss Claudia Bandy spent Sunday at Guston the guests of Mr and Mrs Sam Bunger andtoextendedeof locating there in the near future Union prayer meeting on Wednesday evening Services led by RevkFj H Farrington Continued on FourtlijPage w 1 i I I TiT w 1 The Fighting1 I Ill Chancei Companyi II CbOTTight UOJ br Bobert W C ambers I drink to your health Stephen I 1 drink to your health Stephen sill said under her breath I drink to your happiness too and and to your fortune and to all that you de sire from for tune And she raised her glass In the starlight looking over It into his eyes All I desire from fortune he repeated sig nificantly Allalmost alt No all he demanded But she only raised the glass to her lips still looking at him as she drank They became unreasonably gay al most immediately though the hover age scarcely accounted for the delicate Intoxication that seemed to creep Into their veins Leila exchanged glance after glance with Plank Sward al ternately the leader In It all then the enchanted listener bewitched enthrall ed felt care slipping from his shoulders like a innntle and sadness exhal lag from a heart that was beating strongly steadily fearlessly ns a heart should bent In the breast of him who has taken at last his fighting chance He took It now under her eyes for honor for manhood and for the Ideal which had made manhood no longer an empty term muttered In desperation by a sick body and a mind too sick to control It Yes at last the lifelong battle was on He knew It He knew too whatever his fate with her or without her he must always go on with the battle for the safeguarding of that manhood the consciousness of which she had arousedAll know was that through the medium of his love for her whatever In him of the spiritual remained or had been generated was now awake alive strong vital indestructible an Impalpable current flowing from n sane Intelligence through medium of her back to the eternal truth return Ing always always to the deathless source from whence It carne Lingering over the fruit the cham pagne breaking In the glasses stand- Ing on the table between them rim to rim Leila nod Plank had fallen into a low desultory yet guarded exchange of words and silences Sylvia sprang up and pushed her hair into the farther corner against the balcony mil where no light fell except the radiance of the stars Here Slward Joined her dragging his chair around so that It faced her as she leaned back tilted against a shadowy columnIn darkness his hand encounter ed hers on the wooden rail nod the tremor of the contact silenced her She freed one finger then let It rest with Its slender fellow prisoners There was uo use In trying to speak just then utterly useless her voice In the soft rounded throat Imprisoned by the swelling pulses that tightened and hammered tad tightened Years seemed to full away from her slipping bark hack lute girlhood Into childhood drawing not her alone on the gilding tide but carrying him with her An exquisite languor held her Drifting deliciously her eyes some times meeting his sometimes lost IIIII the made of her reverie she lay therI j Headache I MonthEvery I You may think because you have long had It that you must hire a headache every mouth king a women Out H you think so you are wrong since a headache U a sign of disease of your womanly organs that thousands of other women have bees able to relieve or cure by the use of that wonder ful womans medicine I WINE OF CAROUI WOMANS RELIEF I recommend Cardul to all sick women writes Mrs A C Deaver of Unlcol Tend I suffered with headache bearing down pains feet swelled pains In shoulders and many others At last I took Cardul have gained 20 pounds and hive found it the beat med IclM I ever used for female trwMes At All Druggists WRITS FOR FREE ADVICE atating are and describing lIymP toms to bathes ddbiory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine COl Chattanooga Tenn m 31 By ROBERT W CIIAMBERSi In her chair her unresisting fingers looked In his Odd little thoughts came hovering Inv to her reverie thoughts that seemed distantly familiar the direct uncon scions Impulses of a child To feel was once more the only motive for expression to think fearlessly was once more Inherent to desire was to demand unlock her lips naively and nsk for what she wished Under the spell she turned her blue gaze on him and her lips parted with out a tremor What do you offer for what you ask And do you still ask It Is It me you are asking me for Because you love me And what do you give loveWeigh It with theother he said- I have often every moment since I have known you And what a win ter Her voice was almost Inaudible What a winterwithout you That hell Is ended for me too Sylvia I know what I ask And I ask I know what I offer Will you take It Yes she said lie rose blindly She stood up pale wide eyed confronting him stammer- Ing out the bargain I take nllnll every virtue every vice of you I give nilall all I have been nil I nm all I shall bet Is that enough Oh If there were only moro to give Stephen If there were only more Her hands had fallen Into his and they looked each other In the eyes Suddenly through the hush of the enchanted moment a sullen sound broke the sound of a voice they knew threateninglyI raised louder and louder growling profanely menacing Aghast they turned in the darkness peering toward the lighted space beyond Leroy Mortimer his face shockingly I congested stood unsteadily bal ancing there confronting his wife who sat staring at him in horror At the same Instant Plunk rose and laid a hand on Mortimers shoulder but Mortimer shook him off with A warning oathYou and I will settle with each oth er tomorrow he said thickly pointing a puffy finger at Plank Youll find me at the Algonquin Trust Do you hear Thats where youll settle this matterIn the presidents olllce He stood swaying and leering at Plank repeating loudly In Quorrlers ollice Understand Thats where youll set tie up See Leila white face quivering shrank as though lu hind struck her and he turned on ln r ngnln grinning As for you you come home And thatll be about all for yours Are you Insane to make A scene like this said Hank But Mortimer swung on him insult ingly and said Thats about all from you Leila are you coming He stepped heavily toward her but Planks sudden crushing grip was on his fat arm above the elbow and he emitted a roar of surprise and pain Dont touch him Dont In heavens name stammered Leila as Plank releasing him stepped back beside her chair Cant you see that I must go with him II must go She cast one terrified glance around her where scores of strange faces met hers and at every table people were standing up to see better Plank who had dropped Mortimers arm ns the latter emitted his bellow lor amazement stepped toward him sokejquietly Ill do what you ask me to morrow I will do what you ask If youll go now You come Do you hear snarled Mortimer turning on his wife who had already risen If you dont Ill make a row hero that youll never hear the end of as long as you live And therell be nothing to talk over In Qunrrlers office If I do Leila looked at Plank rose and mowed swiftly toward the veranda steps her head resolutely lowered the burn- Ing shame flaming In her face Morti mer cast one triumphant glance at Plank then waddled unsteadily after his wifeHold on he growled Ive a car here Ill drive you back wait Here It is Hero we are And to Quar rlers machinist he said You get Into the tonueau I want to show Mrs Mortimer what night driving Is Do you hear I tell you Im going to drive this machine and show you howLeila scarcely heard him She obeyed the Impulse of his hand on her arm and mounted to the seat staring straight ahead of her with dazed and straining eyes that saw nothing Then Mortimer clambered to his seat and without an Instants warning opened up and seized the wheel Unprepared the machinist attempted to swing aboard missed his foot Ing In the uncertain light and fell sprawling on the gravel Plank saw him from the veranda and Instantly vaulted the rail to the lawn below You dn tools yelled Mortimer looking around What do you think yoUll do And ho clapped on full- speed as Plank made a leap for the car and missed Mortimer laughed and turned his bead to look beds and the next In stant something seemed to wrench the steering wheel from Its roots There was a blinding glare of light a scream and the great machine bounded into the air full length turned completely over and lay across a flower bed partly I on one side- Something was afire too Men were rushing from the verandas women screamed and stood up wringing their hands A mounted policeman came galloping through the darkness Peo pie shouted Throw sand on HJ Get shovels for Gods sake Lift that ton neau Theres a woman under IU But they were mistaken for Leila lay at the foot of the slope one little bloody hand clutching the dead grass and Plank knelt beside her giving his orders quietly to those who came running down the hull from the roadway above which was now fiercely Illu urinated by burning gasoline At last they got sand enough to quench the fire and men sufficient to lift the weight from th6 dead mans neck and drag what was left of him on to the grassDont look whispered Siward drawing Sylvia back He and she both had put their shoulders to the tonncau along with the oth ers and now they stood there together In the shifting lantern light sickened shivering under the summer stars staring at the gathering crowd around that shapeless lump on the grass Plank passed them walking beside an improvised stretcher calm almost smiling as Sylvia sprang forward with a little sob of inquiry Theres the doctor over there That man is a doctor He knows repeated Plank with studied deliberation look Ing down at Leilas deathly face He says Its all right He says hell get a candle and that he can tell by the flames effect on the pupils of the eyes what exactly Is the matter No to Leila lay on the stretcher Steward beside him pressing forward through the crowd which eddied from the dead man to the stretcher no there is not a bone broken She is stunned thats all She fell in the shrub bery Well have an ambu lance here pret ty quick Ste phen using his first name un consciously Wont you look out for Sylvia Im going back on the ambu lance If youll find somebody to drive my machine I wish you would take Sylvia back No I dont want you to drive Stephen if you dont mind Get that machinist please Im rat tled and I dont want you to drive Leila lay on the stretcher her blood less face upturned to the stars Be yond under a blanket something else lay very still on the lawn Plank beckoned a policeman and whispered to him Then fur away In the darkness a distant clamor grew on the night air nearer newer Plank standing beside the stretcher raised his head listening to the ambu lance arriving at full speed Continued Next Week To stop any pain anywhere in 20 min utes simply just take one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Pain means con gestion blood pressure hat is all Dr Shoops Headache or Pink Pain Tablete will quickly coax blood pres sure away from pain centers After that pain is gone Headache Neuralgia painful periods with women etc get instant help 20 Tablets 25c Sold by All Dealers A Great Undertaking To promote the building of Improved roads In Colorado Wyoming Utah Montana Idaho New Mexico and Ari zona and make accessible the wonder ful natural scenery throughout the ter ritory along the eastern base of the Rocky mountains the Rocky Mountain Highway association has been incor porated at Denver by Gerald Hughes Harold Kountz and Charles A Johnson Membership In the organization Is open to any one Interested in the good roads movement and it is report ed that already a large number of prominent Colorado citizens have sig nified their Intention of joining The money for carrying out the plans of the association will be derived through private subscriptions and through state and municipal aid It Is hoped tOOt through the efforts of this association there will eventually be constructed a chain of good roads joining all points if interest throughout this section Indigestion I Itself a true disease We think of Dyspepsia JettbuspeclaeAerveelseIt led Dr Shoo StomachamodrDr IUcceudappsiomachdtsuew OCIEand Dr Shoops RestorativeALL BEAUTIFUL TAR SPRINGS Wonderful Improvements at Cloverports Summer ResortElectric Lights Water Works and Other Conveniences Installed BIG PREPARATIONS MADE FOR JULY FOURTH Tur Springs the fountain of health and happiness is beautiful I The many improvements that it has undergone this last spring has made the resort like another place in beauty comfortableness and healthfulness The new double entrance Is built by three high pillars of stone and adds much to the magnificence of the park Illuminated By Electricity The park has been cleaned and beautifiedwonderfully An at tractive summer house is near the hotel swings and benches are scattered through the grounds The entire park including the high cliO is lighed by electricity Over four hundred lights have I linen They are also lighted by electricity and a largo pile of wood stands at the buck of each house i 1000 Skating Rink I The skating rink is being built this week and when completed which will be next weekwill cost 1000 The skates are ball hearing and have already come The tennis court is fine this year I and will doubtless be as popular as I it was last season The merry go roundwill run on the Fourth The Waters The tar water is plentifuland the other springs are in good con dition this season The lake has been enlarged by the new drain age system The cool spring is a delightful and refreshing spot Grocery Store And Minnievllle A large stock has been put in the Tar Springs grocery store for 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 fault Tired wornout nerves leave us languid lifeless and without spirit or ambition A few doses of Dr Shoops Restorative will absolutely and quickly change all of these depressing symptoms The Restorative of course wont bring you back to full health in a day or two but iit 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 IIt gives more vim and more spirit to the spoonful than any other kuown nerve or constitutional tonic It sharpens a failing appetite aids digestion trees sluggish livers and kidneys and brings new life strength and ambition Test it and be convin ced Sold by All Dealers Dr Smith Home The friends of Dr F M Smith are exceedingly grad over his return home and the improved condition of his health He had been at the St Josephs Infirmary for sqveral weeks Dr Smith was accompanied by Mrs Smith- S ofILouisvilleHotel And Cottages Every room in the hotel hits been handsomely frescoed by Mr N Nielsen who decorated Macauleys theater Just to see the dining room walls iis well worth a trip to the resort The walls of the two bridalchambers are painted in panels of pink roses and chrysanthemums Water works on the first and second floors and an electric bulb in eachroom There are twenty five cottages furnished completely for house keeping with the exception of bed I the housekeepers and tho people of Minnieville Minnioville is growing rapidly and Mr J C Mersarve one of the best citizens there has charge of the telephone communications 600 Church The church built by W T Hal liday cost 600 It has been re paired and newly painted this season Sunday School and church services will open in July July the Fourth Over 5000 people are expected at Tar Springs the Fourth A young ladies poplarity contest will will be hold and the day will be a livelytimoyule will be there and a large number of Owensboro and Evansville people A crowd from Har dinsburg will be there too and daughters Miss Jane Smith and Mrs L T Reid Mrs Reid went to Louisville Wednesday especially tore turn dome with Dr Smith Nature has provided the stomach with certain natural fluids known as the digestive juices and it is through these uponinred 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 nevi to take something take it promptly but take something you knowis reliable some thing like Kodol For Dyspepsia and In itisreliefI A Slip What shall I play asked the or ftnist of an absentminded clergyman What sort of a hand have you got ndonTelegrapb Tis not the many oaths that make the truth ShaJs ipe re errM STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab rtes Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Expert tailors em plo eel 1 J H HUNSCHE CasperMav CoCan eltonlnd 1 IF i rtiitplace you want to have your watchrepaired go to T C LEWIS he knows how and does as he knows He has one of tho finest collections of beautiful uptodate JEWELRY i all good not shoddy at tho very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for 1 Remember it is tho same T 1 C Lewis Come he Is glad to welcome you and give youss satisfactionT Lewis I Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law- t1ARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts ot Breckonrlage and adjoining coun t er Special attention given to collections road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States DIstil Courts Office over Bank of Hardlnsburg ROAD DMGG1N How the Inventor of the King Drag Discovered His Method D Ward King of Maltland Mo In ventor of the King method of road dragging has a theory which practice has demonstrated to be correct It Is that all clay and gumbo roads should be dragged with a light drag after each 41 rain or wet spell The drag smooths down the rough places and fills up tho ruts When the sun dries up the road it leaves a roadbed as smooth and per feet as a city street The discovery of this method and the more Important discovery of Mr King were largely accidental Years ago he lived on a small but well Improved farm near Maltland He was not par ticularly interested in the good road movement as a national or state Issue but the four miles of road from his farm to Maltland were of great Interest to him says the St Louis GlobeDemo crat The road was of that soft sticky red clay that la wet weather clings to the wagon wheels In great lumps and dry weather Is as hard as a rock and almost as Injurious to wagon tires Passing wagons la wet weather would dig deep ruts and when the road dried up the ruts would remain At best the road was very poor Many tunes when wheat was selling at a good price and Sir King had many bushels of it the road would be so bad that he could not haul it to the market and when the road finally became passable the market would be low again After many experiments he con structed a small light drag using two old timbers connected with light strips and began to drag the road in front of bis residence After each rain he would run the drag over It and when tho sun came out and the road dried lbel neighbors told other neighbors that King was crazy Others told King klmself that he was crazy Others who did not say anything believed he was crazy But the experiments proved that Kings method was successful and he extended his operations until Kb was dragging all the road in front ot his farm His neighbors took It up and in a few months the road tfbja bis farm to Maitland was as wood as any la Missouri George B Ellis secretary of the state board of agriculture heard of Mr Kings good roads methods and invited him to speak at the farmers institute in his neighborhood He accepted anti being an enthusiast on the subject ho made several converts He was en gaged for a series of lectures and has turned over his farm to others and is devoting all of his time to preaching the gospel of good roads Good roads meetings have been held In various parts of Missouri and hundreds of converts have been made After everyIrain In Missouri hundreds of drag tho roads In front of theirtannersIand the number of theso Volunteer road workers Is increasing every week Tonight- If you would enjoy toworrow take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets tonight They produce an agreeable laxative effect clear the head and cleanse the stomach Price 25 cents Samples i free at Severs Drug Co 11 1 N p J J J 1t Seventh Anniversary of O- urleparliertm StoreSTEPHENSPORT KY I A Great Feast ofBargains for Two Weeks VERY ONE oTd and young are cordially invited to take part in this banquet of bargains while the knife has cut and slashed former pries for the next two we ksiI1ltorder to show our appreciation to our patrons for their kind patronage in the past seven years It is not possible in an advertisement like this for such a stock as we carry in FOUR distinguished stores to mention every article and the price but we will give a few of them and guarantee the same proportionate cut on every article for TWO WEEKS and not longer Please do not ask during this sale to charge a bill or credit as we can not do it at prices we offer Only CASH or PRODUCE will buy the goods Also remember that our Undertaking Department is complete in all details and we give our special attention to all orders intrusted to us and guarantee entire satisfaction Clothing Special All of Stein Alder Cos celebrated tailor made suits I which we bought at a bankrupt sale and which retailed 40SaleBoys and Childrens Suits go from 90 cents up Youths threegarment suits never sold for less than 750 toiO go m this Anniversary Sale f CCfrom 220 to J 6 lVt tHamilton Carhartts Overalls go for 90 cents 1 DryGoodsti 5cBI Cotton 712ct tHope Cotton 514c if Matting from t 1212c up to Allof our large assortment of Dress Patterns go in this te Anniversary Sale at an immense reduction n Shoe Special I Such as HamiltonBrown Co and other celebrated makes and a splen did line of lowcuts go in this Anni versary Sale like the rest at a great reduction FOR TWO lEEKSII Groceries Best Flour Gold Dust and Diamond Dust 495 a barrel or 63 cents a sack Next best 460 a barrel or 58 cents a sac- kSOAPWell known quality Big Deal 7 bars for 25 cents Lenox 8 bars for 25 cents Hardware and Furniture i We have a splendid assortment to go in thissale at a special reduction 300 dozen iMason Fruit48c Mason Fruit Jars 12 gal ETOiJars quarts at at fJ Smokless Club Shells and Nitro Powder regular price 60c 1 box to each customer go at 40c 48g g 1 In conclusion we wish to say that while our success in business is due to fair and square dealing allowing usn no misrepresentation and selling our goods at lower prices than our competitors We appreciate and ryI thank the good people of our own and nearby counties for their kind patronage which we will endeavor tor kIIkeep for the future eke my W JSCHOPP Stephensport Ky1 l- r r Y- t1 r t1 I t t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday L Subrription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please usWhen ordering a change in the address suhcribers should rivet air old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT n PAGES = WEDNESDAY JUNE 17 1908 DEFEAT FIST riCTORT Breckenridge Democrats as a rule are sensible and informod and repre sent the best thought of their party Notwithstanding this they have in a half approving manner submitted to machine domination for the past few years While loyal to Gov Beckham as a county the sentiment of the great majority beyond doubt were tired of the quibbling of leaders and joined in the united demand of Kentucky Democracy for harmony Notwithstanding these existing conditions the handful of officers politicians and their henchmen who met in the County Convention defeated Judge Moormanwho the week before had written a magnificent Democratic editorial advocating harmony the return of power from the centralised influence of committees to the people and other p sound Democratic doctrines that were unanimously endorsed by a united Democ racy at the State Convention While this young man may be so strenuous as to be a partisan while his editorial denunciations of things he does not approve are sometimes too severe it nevertheless remains a fact that he is one of the farseeing young Democrats of Kentucky with sound convictions and the fearlessness to expre them oven at the sacrifice of present personal preferment He stands on principle and even if he was overriden here in his desires to have the convention endorse McCrenry Haldeman and Woodson along with Beck ham James and harmony his ideas were vindicated at Lexington and are ap preciated by a majority of Breckenridge county Democracy He is the type of man the people need in politics Cloverport tton the verge of having another business plant and if the Howard ManufActurfnR Company gets sufficient encouragement this city will be Lhosen as the place for its factory The company has already decided to make headquarters here for the summer The members are Kentucky men two of themMessrsHowardof Breckenridge county and the otherMr Bogard jis formerly from Trigg county They are soliciting DO stockholders all they want isthe good will of Cloverport which will surely be given them by each and every citizen May the Howard Manufacturing Company come to our town settle here and make good What people can do when they exercise determined efforts can be proved by the success that Mr and Mrs Nielsen have made in improving Tar Springs Despite the bad roads and rainy weather this last spring they have gotten the resort into better shape than it ever before has been Breckenridge county should be very proud to have such a beautiful spot within its boundaries and unfortunate will be the person who cannot visit the springs this summer Judge Moorman and Road Overseer Ballman are to be commended for taking prompt a tion last week in having the roads worked and it is hoped that every mudhole ad hill will be given best attention Tar Springs does not only mean a place o rest for the people but it means pleasure and profit as well Thousands of dollars will have been spent there when the season closes and every cent of itII will come directly or indirectly into the business channels of this and surround i ing counties Let us visit the springs advertise the resort and keep it going L l music for the m t DO Their Work Keeps Us And All the blood in the body passes through the kidneys once every three minutes The kidneys filter the blood They work night and tiny When healthy they remove about 500 grains of impure matter daily when some part of this impure matter is left in the blood This brings pn many diseases and symptoms pain in the hAck headache nervousness hot dry skin gout gravel dis orders of the eyesight and hearing dizziness irregular heart debility drowsiness dropsy deposits in the urine etc But if you keep the filters right you will have no trouble with your kidneys- J J Dyer living in says I have kept Doans Kidney Pills in the house for over ten years and have never found a remedy that would equal them Three years ago my back was so lame and sore that I was scarcely able to after assuming a stooped position Whenever I contracted the slightest cold it was sure to settle on my kidneys and greatly aggrevate my suffering A few doses of Doans Kidney Pills have never tailed to bring me prompt relief and my wife has also used them with excellent results I procured Doans Kidney Pills at Fishers drug store and it gives me great pleasure to them to other persons afflicted with kidney For tale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Iitburn Co Buffalo New York solo agents for the United States the nama Doans nnd take no other Notice All pet sons having claims against tile state of Isaac Blair deceased are hereby notified to produce the same before ue properly proven on or before July 1 1908 V G Babbace Admr School Picnic The Baptist Sunday School had a pleasant all day picnic 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 You Coming to Gr- eatRED MENSPow=Wow and Barbecue 4Kentucky Hardinsburg Military Band furnish occasion 200 BIG DAY AWAYIn Prizes WHAT THE KIDNEYS Unceasing Strong unhealthy rheumatism CloverportKy constantly straighten recommend complaint Remember Sunday yesterday Are the The Healthy Ice Water Will be furnished FREE throughout the day A 40 Gold Watch I IWillsoiling be given the mostSpecial Dinner Tickets The most elaborate dinner ever prepared by any order in this part of the State will be served for the remark able low price of 25 cents Wait until you have eaten and then see if you dont say it is the best you have ever gotten at any picnic or barbecue anywhere Biggest Parade ever heldin this city will begin promptly at 730 oclock that morning This will posi tivelyjbe held Be sure and come Scores ol Attractions Come and see them and you can find anything you want on the grounds The Committee is negotiating with some parties to give about two Balloon ascensions that day one in the forenoon and one in the afternoon and expect to have a MerryGoRound Committee Wm Ahl G D Beard J W Kincheloe u July 4th AT TAR SPRINGS 1000 GUESTS EXPECTED Skating Dancing Music Furnished Good Dinner and Supper Water Free Grounds Illuminated by Electricity Handsome Prize Awarded in Young Ladies Popularity Contest IRVINGTON Continued From First Page Mrs D C Heron was in the city on last Saturday shopping Among those from here who will at tend the Iiiternaionnl Sunday Scoil Convention held in Loussville ths week are Rev and Mrs F H Farrington and sister Miss Ethel Farrington Mrs I W J Pig ott Miss Ell n Mui ford Mr FIWilsonI C Smith nnl daughter Mis Nellie Smith and Mrs J R Wimp i Dtnt forget the date t f the Missionary Day to be held 91 the Baptist chutch on Sunday June 28 A great day is anti ipated Mr J M Bings and son Owen sptnt Sunday at Stephensport the guests f Mr rn l Mrs Kirby Blaine Owen will continue bis visit for several weeks Mss Eva Herndon who has been the guest of her sister Mrs J F Berry at Nashville Tenn for the past month is exrected home in a few days Have your picture made Tuesday Miss Agnes Kirtley and Mr Ed Montgomery of Brandenburg were mnrrried in the parlors of Father Hol lerlands home on last Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock anIa few friends and relatives were present They 1 ft im mediately for Brandenburg where they will livf Mrs N H Quiggins is visiting her sister Mrs N H Crews in Louisville LATEST NEWS BY- ALLEN KINGSBURRY Charlie Burke is going to travel for the Nix Wearet Clothing Company Stuart Babbage has a pair of broken skates he talked about having fixed all winter and has now decided to have them handsomely repaired some sweet lay Al Lane like his potatoes fried on ore side and served on a broken dish When Bro Currie goes fishing he gets so interested he has to he called in out of the rain- Orville Perkins wears nose glasses and sports a cane when he goes to a country dance Editor John Babbage who never goes to a show except when they come went to Hawesville Wednesday and ended up at Cannelton Emeil Nolle a great baseball mans waiting for an excursion rate to go to I see a game n J on the Great Picture Offer We are making the picture offer made any chant in this county every 5 cash purchase we a 1 picture free every 2 cash purchase of fine 1 pictures for 39 cents If wish to buy the alone we 1 each for They are all best quality pictures you will have to see them to appreciate our offer as should CONTAINS SM- others Indorse QUEEN OF ACTRESSES S PRAISES PERUNA looaltP I 6 MISS JULIA MARLOWE OQOO OOOOOOO remedy bone ts digestion ANY the nerves The nerve centers require nutrition If the digestion Is impaired the nerve centers become anemic and indigestion is the result 4t- I Peruna Is not a nervine stimulant It benefits the nerves aII i benefiting digestion sMPoruna frees the stomach of catarrhal congestions and normal digestion IB the resultIn other words Peruna goes to the bottom of the difficulty when the disagreeable disappear Mrs JC Jamison 61 Marchant street Watsonville Cal writes- I troubled with my stomach for six years I tried many kinds of medi cine also was treated by three doctors said that I had nervous dyspepsia I was pi ton a liquid diet for three months L W James manager of the Postal T11 graph Company at Louisville the guest of Mr and Mrs J C Nolle Saturday He is a soninlaw f Mr Vic Culley are for in our goods make Suits handle E E Cos we can fit us at an I My- indorsement Peruna I So- Most I improved under the as as I taking medi cine I again I the for years I got sick again gave up all of cured I saw a testimonial of a whose similar to being cured Peruna so I I give it a procured a bottle at menced taking it I taken bottles am cured I IUXlIfeelas coal tar are doing a of harm are all alike not be nerves be all right If the wore goof corrects the Ed Bacon to Sunday after a short at homesteadMiss Tucker att r Ready forthe Next Fair 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 I 4T R M JOLLY COIrvingtons Leading Store Is the of two counties bargains that the Everyone in your family will always be welcome to make our store your headquarters when in Irvington Ve will your valued and you that they will have prompt If our claim your patronage is fair we will glad to serve you in greatest by mer With give you With can get one these only you charge them and liberal you Buggies and Surries it nnT that I nor whole symptoms was They WitS Clothing We headquarters the best Clothing Our offers this department should attract your attention and should you buy- MadetoOrder the celebrated Straus Chicago Clothing and you satisfactorily Let your measure once and have you excellent madetoorderPeters at Cost II Am To Of The Do HeartilyJJ 1 Julia oaooooo0000 treatment bat soon stopped the got bad medicine two and hopes getting man case was mine by thought would trialI once and oem several and entirely Nervines such preparations great deal Sleep medicines and headache powders heart depressants sad should used The woud agestlon peruna digestion returned Louisville visit the Fisher 411 attended the circus Cannelton Wednesday tC oilering people are selling goods orders insure our attention be near future you picture We take Suit took then have Groceries Our groceries are going at this department Watch our of fers and buy from us We sell just a little lower than any one else Furniture s We have just received a new and complete line of Furniture Our prices are right in this line Lime Lime Lime R M JOLLY CO Irvington Ky ENHED HONEY AX4T1YEChildren AN- DOUCH Tastes so good Glad Write GreatRemedy Marlowe Get appreciate Everyday TAR eCHI0AA0OS ae M MtaUr tkew conttlnlu OpUUi Kmndy UIUY Couth Sywp moys thl bovts eontsiasnoOa1MM JJasarllNNlusttiiYwsastl For Sale by aIIIDrugglsts TI iL i I p- I ZTShe Brecltenridge News WEDNESDAY JUNE 17 190S AnnouncementIWe are authorized to announce the nON BEN JOHNSON u4 u candidate for reul1c tlon to Congress tuhejct to tho nctlnn of the Democratic party iinrt voters generally For Commonwealths Attorney Wo ago authorized to antw unrx ludgt Henry DoIIavun Moorman us mHnrtldato foi Commonwealths Attorney subject to tin action of the Democratic party PERSONAL 11- jj AND LOCAL t Home Bakery for fresh pure bread Stanley Brown is here from Ekrou Mrs Tercell has gone to Paducah In every loaf a full poundHowe Miss Zula Bowlds has gone to Owens boro Bakery Lilbon Smith spent Wednesday iit Cannoltou Mrs Nannie Ferry has returned from LouisvilleMiss Belle Morrison is visitingir LewisportMiss DeHaven has gone etc V Greenville i Snow flake loaf cannot be beat Home Bakery I IMiss Nell Whitehouse went to Louisville yesterday Gus May and Len Gregory spent Sun day in Hardinsburg 1 ewis Klncheloe was here from liar dlhsburg last week Mrs Lain of Whitesville is visiting Mrs Joe Morrison Home Bakery salt rising bread is the finest ever put on the market Mr and MIS Marion Weatherholt attended the show at Cannelton Mrs Henry Pate and Mrs Wave Roff went to Cannel tau Wednesday TrN Davenport of Hardinaburg visited the News office Wednesday If you suffer with indigestion use Home Bakery Graham Bread Misses Lillian Sippel and Mamie Graham went to Canneltou show day Edward Dillon and Mills Monarch were here from Hardinsburg Sunday When in the market for cook stoves Ball and see my line Julian Brown Rev McCoy of Brownsville Teun has been the guest of Rev B M Currie 11Go to Mrs Cordreys this week for Milan hats and straw shapes Mrs Harry Morrison has returned from a visit to relatives in New Albany Mrs Day and Mrs Miller of Whites I yule are housekeeping at Tar Springs Oxfords at cost for men women and childrenConrad Sippel the shoe man If you Stave a heavy weight in your stomach use Home Bakery Graham BreadMiss I Neubauer of Owemboro is here to see her sister Mrs John Neubauer who is i1 i IWash Sipes has been here from the Old Masons Home at Shelbyville vis iting Mr Chas Pate Seventyfive guests from Hardinsburg are expected to attend the Kincheloe Moorman wedding Morrison Calhoon dentists offlc downstairs 26 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Thos Wroe is Tisiting relatives in Hancock county and his son Edmund Wroe is visiting at Frankfort Large lot of shoes for men women and children at cost prices this week Conrad Sippel the shoe own Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry spent a de lightful day in Louisville last week visiting Fontaine Ferry Park 1 Li Mr and Mrs Wm Minnett of Ow fensboro were the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Graham Sunday Mrs Napper who has been upending several days with Mrs H L fitader will leave this week for Glendeane Miss Annie May Mattingly has ref f I spedningIMrs JJarinie Ferry has been ill several days Her daughter Mrs Dawley of Louisville has been here to see her Miss Clara Dyer has returned home from Meridian Miss to spend the sum mer with her parents Mr and Mrs J J Dyer IrslChas Kiel and daughters of West Point and Miss Clara Fisher ofI I Owensboro are the guests of Miss Jane I HambletonMrs I I II rslI have returned from a visit to Louisvill and otherpIRce Mrs Chas Hamman and daughter Miss Minnie Embry Miss Young Misi Carrie Pate and Raymond Pate spen Sunday in Holt Herbert Beard and Morris Kincheloe of Hardinsburg were ii the city Wednesday soliciting advertising for tin Fair catalogue Mr Brown has secured the service of Mr Tom Lewis as assistant wharf master anfl will devote his entire time to the Home BlkeryIMrs V G nitbbnge retumid hotiu Monday from Franklin Ky where tohe has been attending the annual meeting of the IW lIt lit S Mrs C Sippel Emmett Sippel Misses Lillian Sippel and Mamie Granan were guests of Mr A A Polk and sister at Tobinsport Sunday Remember this is the last week tha shoes go at cost All having shoe picked out please call and get them by Tuesdayif they want to save the per centJulian Brown Hen Elder seventy years old anc blind went to Louisville Monday tc visit JD Perry Mr Elder has beet blind for twenty years but he has a bright happy disposition Mrs W H Bowmer and d lighter Miss Marion Misses Lizzie and Mar garet iSkillman anal little Elizabeth Skillman and Misses Eloise Nolte and Irene Jarboe came down from Clover portayesterday to attend the circus at CanneltonHancock Clarion Card Of Thanks tPheHCnights of Pythias Lodge hereby express thanks to the quartette ladies and till who assisted in making their Decoration Day a successCommittee County A S Of E To Meet meeting is called for members of the A SofE to be held at the Court House Saturday afternoon immediately after the speech making on the tobacco situationwhich has previously been an Hotmoed All Who pooled their 1906 tobacco at Hardinsburg are specially urged to be present State President To- Speak At Fordsvillp Hon JJ Campbell Cantrell State President of A S of E will speak at Fordsville June 19 A large crowd is expected there that day 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 by an inflamed condition of the mucos lining of the Eus tachian Tube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound 01 imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can betoken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be de stroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but un inflamed condition of the mucos surfacesWe give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J Cheeny Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pill for consti iptiou His Hand Burned Mr Lou Satterfield got his right land burned while working at the Henderson Route shops last week Born In Iowa Our family were all born and raised- n Iowa and have used Chamberlains folic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy made at Des Moines for years We know how good it is from long experience in the use of it In fact when in ilpaso Texas the writers life was saved by the prompt use of this remedy IVe are now engaged in the mercantile business at Narcoossee Fla and have ntroduced the remedy here It has rcven very successful and is constantly rowing in favorEnnis Bros This emedy is for sale by Severs Drug Co Cow Cost 70 J M Compton bought a cow from Dr Foote for 70 The effect of Scott Emulsion on thin pale children is magical It makes them plump rosy active happy- It contains Cod Liver Oil Hypophosphites and Glycerine to make fat blood and bone and so put together that it is easily digested by little folk ALL DRUGGISTS BOo AND 100 Plan for Summer Comfort Dont add the heat of a kitchen fire to the sufficient discomfort of hot weather Use a New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove II and cook in comfort With a New Perfection Oil Stove the preparation of daily meals or the big weekly baking is done without raising the temperature perceptibly above that ofany other room in the house If you once have Jeriencctwith the V NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove you will be amazed at the restful way in which it enables you to do work that has heretofore overheated the kitchen and yourself The New Perfection Stove is ideal for summer l1Se Made in three sizes and all warranted If not at your dealers write our nearest agency The rfectLucombustionwhether or low is therefore free from disagreeable odor and can not smoke Safe convenient ornamental the ideal light If not at your dealers write our nearest agency STANDARD OIL COMPANY ttxconratATtto n r etr eawB oRr gde t Henderson Route II- II Cloverport I LouivilleII AND RETURN Sunday June 21 Fare 125 Good on trains leaving Cloverport 507 leavingttand 1004 a m Returning on trains I Louisville 515 p m and 9 p m jMurr1AVr ry srt yr For Farm Garden g Tobacco Distributes and Dry Pow der Paris Green to Per fection For Sale By McGlothlan Piggott Irvlnflton Ky Agents for Breckenridge County FATS AND LEANS Have Exciting Game On School House Diamond Thursday Afternoon The Leans defeated tlta Fats Thursday afternoon by the score of 13 to 4 The game created quite a deal of interest and many climbed the hill to the schoolhouse diamond to see the baseball game The victorious players were Wilson B Morrison Graham B Tucker White Wendelken Court Babbage C W Babbage and M Tucker The Pats were Hook Hall Harper Overton Gregory Hamman May Roff and Muttingly Score 245 The Hill Billies Little Nine defeated the Little Cowheelers Nine Monday i Important MrJnoWHord an expert repair man is an addition to our jewelry department Bring your broken Tat ches and Jewelry to Severs Drug Co + I 1 IW aTtS I 1 1 residencetown and depot Apply at the News onlce FOR SALK PRINTINO Presses and Cutting machines machinesAlsoGasolineEURLouisville ICv CARPENTERS and laborers wanted at Tar onc- eHenderson Route Notes Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays viaL H St L Triennial Convention Sunday School Association Louisville Ky June 1823 For this occasion 3 round trip from Cloverport June 14 IS 16 17 and 18 Good to return June 26 peeveisha boon and a blessing Cascswaet is especially weather Look for the ingredients printed on the bottle Contains no harmful drugs Sold by all druggists Miss Fronie Dean has accepted a position in the sales department of the Home Bakery Vacation Days Soon you will be planning a tripa long run or a short onefrom home and maybe you will require some kind of a receptacle for your needs TRUNKS VALIESES BAGSSUIT CASES- TELESCOPES We have the Wearing Apparel suitable for the occasion Let us fit you up J C NOLTE BRO CLOVKRPOUT KY II II II u Cadick Milling Co slleM iJJI OdmulPIiI i t l lItnt fII Electrical Boiler Foundry Boat Work and l1achineII H H We curry a full line of Plumbers Supplies Mill1 Sup plies The bet Paints and Floor Finishes Oils Greases Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Order II- on e a CustomerAlways leff J Cloverport Foundry t Machine C- opIIuJIl I This Refers To CA DICKS 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 the happy throng that uses CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR Grandview Indiana BANK OF CLOVERPORT Incorporated 1903 CapitalSurplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Sate Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the wale careful attention as larger ones and we appre ciate your business and in lluenco Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVEWPORT KY CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL GREGORY CO Proprietors Will do Custom Work We sell Flooring Ceiling Cedar Shingle Laths Lime Plaster WindtnysCan furnish all material and give estimate of goat Our Material is the Best and Prices Low 7 I m Food La ws ffI- 5j I Have never affected our drinks in any wily They were pure H before wo had Pure Food Laws M FOR SALE BY mIDm j C J Hensol Irvington J Duggins Harnod Math fu tingly Brbs Kirk N M Crowd Co iMcQuady T G Morgan Co Stephensport I Carr Bottling and Manufacturing Works fc Hawesville Kentucky 1 tY rT IUIROHLDIK How Petroleum Is Used on Top of a Macadam Bed A FINE SURFACE OBTAIN- EDF Setter Than Asphalt Does Not Crack and LumpRolling Must Not Be Done In Wet Weather or When Ground Ila Soft The old system of oiling roads and atneta is clearly a flat failure except F tor a moderate Improvement of some of the worst thoroughfares The new system of making roads with oil is proving a success whenever proper taethods are pursued The oil and natural soU no longer Co where real results are wanted The use of the heavy ten to eleven gravity petroleum has become quite general Its superiority has been well demonstrated but there is a wide dif Tereuce between different oils of this gravity and with the same amount of sphaltum Some of that sold is well nlgli useless although it is unques tionably of the specified gravity and contains the required percentage of as phult The oil must possess the ad hesive quality and be able to bind the tock and asphaltum togetherIn other words the necessary petrollne The best roads are undoubtedly the macadamized highways found in older 1 sections TlC building of such thor oughfares with the use of oil on the surface to form a top dressing andII 1UAI READY Ion OILINO present a surface like asphalt pavement is just in its Infancy in southern California says the Los Angeles Times In Pasadena there are a num ber of streets of this kind notably Madison avenue prepared at a cost of 12 cents per square foot and with a depth of seven Inches of foundation I Blocks of this street are scarcely dis tinguishable from asphalt paving There are others similar but some are not equal to this At the same time they are superior to those prepared in the old way The new method of macadamizing and oiling as laid down in a set of specifications used for a number of Erects may be outlined substantially as follows For the foundation grading Is done by the removal of all earth atone loose rock cement shale hard pull etc to n depth of seven Inches below the intended finished surface Vl and to a farther depth of two feet below the sub IHdc whenever mud sand jtir or other soil material is encountered the space to be refilled with good w earth or gravel The whole is rolled with a roller of not less than twelve tou4 11 weight until Ithe surface Is un frr yielding all depression made by tin roller being tilled up and rolled ugiiu All portions that cannot be reached b the roller must be tumped solid anJ the rolling must not be done In wet I vonther or when the ground is soft and muddy Tills suligrudo must be chocked by the street suporhiumleut before proceeding with work On this gmde a bottom course of j macadam Is laid constating of stone not exceeding throe Inches In diameter and not loss than one and a half Inch fe es This layer will bo flvo Inches lu fe thickness and is rolled with a twolvr IM V I V- v Sleep Sleep is natures re I building period when the energy used by the brain muscles and isi organs re A newed If you lose sleep your system is robbed of 4 the strength sleep should r- y give Continued loss of sleep multiplies this loss v until you become a phys ical wreck Dr Miles Nervine quiets the irri tated nerves and brings fi refreshing invigorating sleep Nervine contains no opiates and therefor leaves no bad aftereffectsF- or over two years I suffered un told agonies my friends thought I was going crazy I could not sleep nor rest at all I tried different doctors but failed to find relief My head would ache all the time I was like ono drunk could not concentrate aiy mind and was so restless and worried that sleep wasne of the uestlon After bottle of Dr Miles Nervine I felt wonderfully changed I am now on my third bottle and am gaining all tho time I can lie down and sleep like a child and am able to do my work MRS MAY SCOTT English In etameprlco of first bottle only If It falls to benefit yeu Milts Medical Co Elkhart led P ton steam roner nnni tne stone ceases to sink under the roller or to creep In front of it A top course of stone between three fourths of an inch and an inch and a half In diameter will cover this to a depth of two inches and will be rolled as before after a first coating of oil onehalf a gallon to the square yard Is applied evenlyI so as to saturate the entire top layer Then all voids are fllled in with rock screenings of the same material as the macadam not ex ceeding threequarters of an inch in diameter with a top dressing of the same materialI laid to the depth of half an inch after which there is given a second coating of oil to the same amount as before and the whole rolled and tamped until no evidence of the oil remains on the surface except as shown in the color of the screenings Sharp sand is to be sprinkled wherever any oil remains to absorb it These specifications provide that oil shall be of 10 to 11 gravity with 80 per cent asphaltum at 80 penetration and with not more than 2 per cent water The Pacific Electric and Los Angeles Interurban railways are using this method on their rights of way In Pasa dena Long Beach and one or two other points It is said to be better than the use of asphalt as it gives with the pressure of the rails underweight of cars and can be taken up and replaced without difficulty It does not crack and lump as does the asphalt It Is hart to tell It from the latter sometimes Impossible for the average person In Long Beach the result has been very good New Road Machine C A Baldwin of Pasadena Cal Is experimenting with n new machine built on the principle of a disk plow for the purpose of keeping oiled roads In condition I Weak women should try Dr Shoops Night Cure These soothing healing antiseptic suppositories go direct to the seat of these weaknesses My Book NO4 For Women contains many valu able hints to women and it is free Ask Dr Shoop Racing Wis to mail it Ask the Doctor in strictest confidence any questions you wish answered Drjj Shoops Night Cure is sold by All Dealers In ancient times among inland peo pies the possession of a salt spring was regarded us n special gift of the gods The Chaonians in Eplrus had one which flowed into a stream where there were no fish and the legend saidI Heracles had allowed their forefa thers to have salt instead of fish DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little liver pills are sold by all druggists Young people suffering from the symptoms of first love have had their trouble explained by Dr James Crlch ton Browne who ascribes the phenom ena to a species of cerebral commo tion and a stirring of some hitherto dominant association centers by an appropriate alllnltlve Impression Rig cuts or little cuts small scratches or bruises or big ones are healed quicklyI by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is especiall good for piles Be sure to get DeWitts Sold by all druggists Were there no extenuating circum stances connected with the caso 7 No nothing but attenuated circumstances What do you mean by that The defendants circumstances were so reduced he could not afford to engage a competent attorney 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 MITES RUN I Albert Elder of Hardinsburg was the guest of his cousin Joseph Elder Sundayjj Josie Sahlie spent Thursday in Clo verportMiss Stella Walker attended church at New Bethel Sunday Layton Elder of Stephensport visit ed his sister Mrs Ben Miller SaturI day night and SundayIMiss Ira Chapin and her friend Miss Drew Gregory of Cloverport spent last week with Viola Chapinjj Mrs Emma Hardin and son Knott and daughter Clara attended church at Clover Creek Sunday Simons Smart was the guest of MissI Ollie Mattingly Sundajj Mrs L L Waggoner was the guest of her sister Mrs A L Howard Thurday i Miss Letitia Hawkins was in Clover port last MondayIjames Waggoner was the guest of Miss Settle Pateat CloverportSunday Mrs Melissa Chapin is on the sick listMrs Robert Thurman spent Wednes day with Mrs Chas Chapin- C D Payne was In Cloverport Tues J dayIHARNEDI Rev B A Brandon filled his regular appointment at Ephesus SundayI Miss Kitty Meador visited relatives atIGermantown SundayII Miss Martha Meadorof Hardinsburg visited his sister Mrs D S May at JI this place Sunday Dennie Webster attended church at Germantown Sunday The farmers have about finished setting tobacco Mr and Mrs Kelley Watts went to Hardinsburg Wednesday Vernier Beauchamp went to Clover jport Saturday on business Crofford Beauchamp went to Hardins burg Thursday- S M Hennenger of West View was in town Wednesday I Huston Alexander shipped a carload of stock from here Tuesday C M Payne who has been attend iing school at Bowling Green has re jturned jiome to spend the summer- J I A Gray is at McDaniels on busi ness this week John E Lambkin has gone to New Albany to spend a few days with his familyMisses Fanny Kennedy Mrya Macy Mary Beauchamp and Messrs J M Crume Warren Bruington and Coleman Payne attended the recital given at Hardinsburg Tuesday night You Never tan Tell just exactly the cause of your rheuma tism but you know you have it Do you know that Ballards Snow Liniment will cure ttrelieves thepainreduces- the swelling and limbers the joints and muscles so that you will be as active and well as you ever were Price 2c 50c and 100 Sold by A R Fisher Odorless and Oustiess Moaas Consul T II Norton writing to the state departiient from Chemnitz Germany says that n Saxon firm has Introduced a road binding composition which has been tried on the macadair 1 Ized streets of Leipzig and other places with much success The material is thus described- It is a mixture of the heavier resid ual oils obtained in the distillation of coal tar with high boiling hydrocar bons The method of mixing apparent jly Involves a certain degree of chem lical comblnrtlon In which phenol ami similar constituents play a role The manufactured material Is prepared fsr use by lieu lug In Iron caldrons Idc tlcal wlh those used for asphalt to temperature ranging from 121J to 2S degrees 1F 100 to 1UO CI It Is then sprayed evenly over the surface of n roadway with a special form of apparatus ami Uier sidi high pressure that the fluid mass penetrates to a certain distance Into the tipper layer of dust or dirt Tie result is the forma tion of a fmput lustrous black coating which meets the demands of heavy traffic and IIs not disintegrated into dust particles A marked advantage of the new process over the methods hith erto employed for the same purpose and bused upon the use of ordinary tar is the total absence of odor after the application Bucklen Arnica Salve Wins Tom Mooe of Rural Route 1 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 urtl I ap plied Bucklens Arnica Salve Less than half of a 25 cent box won the day for me by affec ing a perfect cure Sold under a guarantee at Severs Drug Co GIG BOOST FOR GOOD ROADS Plan to Hold a Monster Meeting In St Paul In December Unless something unforeseen occurs St Paul will probably entertain some time next December the biggest good roads meeting ever held In Minnesota or the surrounding states George W Cooley state highway engineer is planning on such a meeting and if theII necessary arrangement can be as now seems probable it will be held The idea of holding a monster good roads meeting was conceived by Mr Cooley after the meeting recently held In St Paul to which the county commissioners as well as others interested In good roads were Invited This meet Ing showed the widespread interest taken In the matter throughout the state He expected between 100 and 200 to attend but the attendance grew to about GOO says the St Paul Pioneer Press The same feeling has been shown In the meetings which he has addressed in the smaller towns throughout the state the farmers com ing in to attend the meetings In large numbers and showing an active inter est in the good road problem- If the meeting Is held It will cover the field thoroughly said Mr Cooley It will be an exposition of roadmak Ing machinery and materials with practical talks by men of wide experience In the various details of the work In a large meeting of this kind much better results can be obtained than by the smaller local meetings because In such a meeting as we expect to hold the manufacturers will have exhibits of all kinds of machinery used In road making and we can have speakers of wide experience at such a meeting which is impossible for all of the smaller meetings A question box would be a feature and through this means any one confronted by special problems in roadmaklng would be able to get the advice of tho men quail fied to give it- u1 have not yot decided definitely on the plan but there is a general de mand for such a meeting and if It can possibly be done the plans will be carried out Mr Cooleys plan Is to eliminate the hot air talks about good roads gen erally and to make It an instructive meeting by havlngjmjn go tojStJPaul t The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company t B F BEARDPresident M1 H BEAHD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier Pays 3 per cent on time depositsno more Three per cent is as much as the best banks in this state pay and as much as any 1 bank can afford to pay jrbo know aooac toe pncacn acum et roadmaklng Those who will go will do so for the purpose of learning something about the building of good roads and It Is the intention to race this expectation fully The meeting will probably lost one week The exhibits will rover stone crushers road rollers steel and concrete bridge work culverts and all sorts of ninhnprj and mnlerinl used In wtl Irilhllii Dont use harsh physics The reaction weakens the bowels leads to chronic constipation Get Doans Regulets They operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation CROP REPORT General SummaryCondition Of Growing Crops In Meade And BreckenridgeB- reckenridge CountyCorn planting has been hindered by wet weather but much corn and tobacco have been planted Oats look promising Wheat looks fine but some fields will not come up to early spectations Gardens are late Potatoes look fine and a full crop has been planted Peaches are large and fine plums and apples are very nice but not a full crop Cherries and pears are almost a failure Pros pects are good for an immense crop of berries All live stock are in good condition Poultry prospects are good Pastures are fine All things consider ed the outlook is flattering for farmers 000 Meade prospect is good for more than an average crop of wheat Spring oats and grasses are good We raise no barley rye nor hemp and very little alfalfa Some tobacco has been planted and there is some complaint of scarcity of plants Cut worms are in evidence 000 Blue Grass pastures are more prom ising than for many years Wheat shows luxuriant growth Fruit crop was greatly damaged Hemp is com ing up fine Scarcity of cattle in Kentucky A Great Lawyers Method Writing of Civilian Lenders of tho Confederacy in the Louisville Courier Journal John Goode says of Judah P BenjaminThe time I met him we discussed the practice of law and in the course of the conversation he asked me what we considered a good fee In my part of the country to which I replied that we considered 500 a very respect able fee He smiled and said When I practiced law in Now Orleans if a man employed me I charged him a re tamer If he came about the office much I charged him a reminder when I had done some work in the caso I charged him a refresher and when it was all over I charged him a finisher OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes its a kidneys are your blood purifiers they out the waste impurities in the blood they are out of order they fall to do their work Pains aches and rheu from ex cess of uric in the blood due to neglected kidney trouble unsteadyheartthey had heart because the heart Is overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries- It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble- If you are sick you can make no mistake by doctoring your kidneys and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It the highest for its wonderful cures of the distressing cases and Is sold on merits fiftYIcentes You may have The filter or If sick or matism come acid trouble first The mild stands most sample bottle by mall nome of swampRoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer 8t Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember tb name SwampRoot Dri Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y 4 oi aver bottle Capital 50000 Surplus 5000 DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge Dr M C F safely managed CountyThe Richardson essrnI iIFirst State Bank IRVINOTON KYrl W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VictPreuiden H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits I W II BowMEn President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIOIIITOOT VlceJresldent CUAS SKILLMAN AsstCasbler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment interest paid time deposits Business great and small solicited The Carlsbad of America French Lick and West aden Springs Ind Now reached by direct line of the Southern Railway Leave Evansville 7 20 2 20 pm Rockport 7 15 am 2 15 pm Cannelton 715am 2 15 pm It Tell City 7 am 2 22 pm I Troy 7 am 2 32 pm Arrive French Lick 10 20 am 5 pm Arrive West linden10 am 555 pm Daily Except Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS Evansville to French Lick3 16 Rockport 2 52 Cannelton 2 72 Tell City It 2 Troy 2 44 E D Stratton P A Evansville IInd C Beam A G P A Louis Mo iii + THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville e PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr ir r3 i3 onlI tromj r CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCOirOKATBD ofthisSouthernIllinoisMississippiandquickand EWereason able Equipments and facilities unsurpassed E CALDWELL President LELAND HUME General Manager Public Ownership of Roads The idea of public ownership of the highways to be coming to the It has been proposed that the city of Philadelphia purchase the right of way and the property abutting the proposed new parkway leading the central part of the city to Fair mount park In Milwaukee county WIs the board of supervisors Is die cussing the advisability of acquiring the title to roads in various townships to the number of twenty and Improv and maintaining by taxation11Bg G W Beard D S A Kincheloe V Robertson B Beard on am 25 36 45 30 60 MS To West Baden 3 20 I 2 56 It 2 76 4 264II 2 48 J Jr St seems front from I Ttle most centrally located ard firstclass hotel in the fclty ItOO rate Only one block from the shopping district and two blocks j the principal theatres Street cars plus tbedoor to all parts of the city- Everything neat andiclen ra Ba3 1 lDat the 1 them T D WEBB Treasurer J W HUNTER Jr- Secretary Stomach troubles are very common in the summer time and you should not only be very careful about what 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 dyspepsia or indigestion or any stomach4 trouble Kodol digests all foods It f pleasant to take It is sold by all druggists i i r Thz I tIc r o MILLIONAIRE GROOM 1L VISITED HERE Joseph Ltitcr Weds Miss Juliette Williams tf w a hington Ilotuymoou at Man t icrbyihiSea AUtNY cOSTLY PRE EiTS Whether or not Josephtiter the Chicago millionaire rem mberihis short visit to Cluverpo last Juie many Cloverport people very pleasantly recall the excitement ot the money nods short stay in this city Anyway he is mar ried now having married Miss Juliette Williams in Washington June 10 The wedding was a very quiet one and only a few persons were invited but the bride received many beautiful presents just the same Her mother in law gave her 3000000 Her father Col Williams gave her 1000 She bought a little horseshoe broochwith this It was set with diamonds and sap phires to match her engagement ring The brides trousseau cost 6000 and she intends to add another supply to it when she arrives in Paris Mrs Loiter at twenty years of age half the age of jjr husband Mr Leiter did not look to be over thirty when he was in Cloverport and all the girls here who saw him thought he was grand before they learned he was A man of great wealth The bridegroom not only has mil lions but he has manners and it is to be hoped that he will never lose either The June night that Leiter came to Cloverport he arrived in his automobile with for other traveling companijns right after supper He first stoppedat the St George hotel and receiving in formation there that supper had been served he spinnedoff in his machine to the Pate House His party were royally treated there but not until they were ready to make their departure did Mr and Mrs Pate know that this man had fio much junk Leiter sent word back from Cannelton that he he had never eaten a finer meal than Mrs Pate was so kind to have served to him and his guests that night after the supper hour had passed Millionaires are all right and Clover tort would enjoy having visits from I them frequently Mr and Mrs Leiter would he wel come visitors to this city again and I several would like to see the bridal couple blow in here some day in a great big touring car or on a aoecial train They are spending their honeymoon I lat Manchesterbythesea and in August they will go to Eogland I I IIn Persia a bonfire plays an impor part In the marriage ceremony the marriage service being read over I in front of It BABY TORTURED fOR 6 MONTHS By Terrible Itching EczemaFace- and Head a Solid SoreSpread 19 His Hand and legsWould S ratch Until He BledTiny Sufferer Immediately Relieved and I ENTIRELY CURED IN 2 MONTHS BY CUTICURA I When ray son Walter was three weeks olds eczema appeared on his face Wo did I not know what it was so went to a doctor who treated him for throe months Then ho was soI bad that his face and head were nothing but one sore and his ears looked as if they Wore going to fall off BO we tried another doctor He said he could cure him and we doctored there four months the baby never getting any better His hand and logs then had big sores on them and as for his sloopinjr we could not think of it the poor little fellow suf fered so terribly First I tied his hands scratchingbutshawl or ho would scratch himself all bloody When he was seven months old we tried a set of the Cuticura Remedies letSthe sores were gone but it stayed rod and sometimes it would itch so wo used Cuticura for two months then he had a clear and white face Now he is two years and seven months old and has nover had eczema again I hope I this letter will help somo who are suffer ing from skin disease Every mother skinintot is nothing better Mrs Louis Beck R Apr1507ouA single set of Cuticura Remedies is ou 4ten sufficient to euro torturing dis ur scalyhumorsen from infancy to age when all other l remedies fail tatcentpteteftxternnl and Internal Treatment for iot Cutleur BenA2bc tow bees Ilea sn CUtlcura RtIIOlnnt or In the chi + or ctidcoUte coated Pill 2c per rtl of oo lotrworldtieri anIIrKaUe4 me OBUew Book om Bktn Disease woMANS BACKACHE The back is the mainspring of womans organism It quickly calls attention to trouble by aching It tells with other symptoms such as nervousness headache pains in the loins weight in the lower part of the body that a womans feminine organism needs immediate attention In such cases the one sure remedy which speedily removes the cause organismtoLYDIA E PINKHAMS VEGETABLE COMPOUND Mrs Will Young of 6 Columbia Ave Rockland Me says I was troubled for a long time with dreadful backaches and a pain in my wayIthought I would never get well I read VegetableCompound decided to try it after taking three bottles I can truly say that I never felt so well in my life EarlPaI had very severe backaches and pressingdown pains I could not sleep and had no appetite Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound cured me and made me feel like a new woman 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 thoujands ol women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulcera tion fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear indiifestiondizzinessol IMPORT OF GOOD ROADS Points In Legitimate Support of Build Ing and Maintaining Them Good roads are a benefit to the farm ers because they render transportation of farm products easier they facilitate travel and shorten the time to and from town or city markets they are humane in that they lighten the draft for horses they make driving on pleas ure or business trips more enjoyable they foster n neighborly spirit through communication they are an aid to the federal government in establishing free rural delivery mall routes they are business promoters and a credit to AX ABOOlOQhr VOB GOOD ROAM may community state or nation and finally are an index to the intelligence prosperity and activity of the people All these points are In legitimate tupport of the construction and maintenance of good roads says the SOuth wti Cultivator Many other reasons might be cited In their favor It does Seem anomalous that amid all our boasted national progress this great necessity of modern crrillxatlon should be kept so far in the background The nation needs better and more substantial highways and it is hope ful to see indications that this subject will soon receive more attention from our national and state lawmakers than heretofore The Importance of good rural righways is being more thor oughly recognized by business men and legislators than ever before and the farmers need no argument to convince them that better roads will improve their business materially A Road Club The farmers of Pleasant View dis trict ten miles south of Eureka Green wood county Kan have organized a good roads club with 8 F Rocky pres ident and M O Hanson secretary The club has eighteen charter mem hers In the district are eleven miles of road and It is the object of the clubto have each mile properly graded and worked regulArly with the road drag The club will hold regular meet fcflInflWand IMO for w k AN ASPHALT ROAD New Jersey to Experiment With Mix ture of That Product With Dirt The Now Jersey state department of highways Is to construct In Mercer county an experimental mile of a new automobile road the plans for which State Ilond Supervisor Robert A Meeker recently obtained In Kansas City Mr Meeker says the new method of construction Is simple and cheap that It is self healing when broken and therefore practically Indestructible that It Improves with age that It is mud less noiseless and almost dustless and that It Is not slippery even when coated with Ice In the building of the road the origi nal soil is finely pulverized and then into this there Is worked a mixture of hot asphalt the whole mass being firm ly rolled In the finishing Breaks are quickly repaired by traffic the weight of wheels cementing them together The base yields slightly to heavy traffic and then regains its original shape It is equally good for horses and auto mobilesIf experiment proves a success it Is likely that the result will be a radi cal change In the road building meth ods of the state of New Jersey with the substitution of asphalt for the mac adam process now used 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 nourshment in the food and the baby starves actually starves Whites Vermifuge expels the worms and nourishes the child sure and safe Price 25 cents Sold by A R Fisher City Improvement A modern iron shed has been erected to the first floor of the Masonic Temple occunied by J C Nolte Bro This adds greatly to the appearance of the building and is also a splendid protec tion The Big Head is of two kindsconceit and the bighead that conies from a sick headache Does your head ever feel like a gourd and your brain feel loose and sore You can cure it in no time by acting on your liver with Ballards Herbine Isnt it worth trying for the absolute and cer tain relief youll get Sold by A R Fisher Not a Matter of Choice Columbia AlumnusThat woman on the debate team Is Intolerable You wouldnt like to debate with a woman would you Cornell AlumnusGot so I dont mind It now Been married five years New York Tribune A Vital Point The most delicate part of a baby if its bowels Every ailment that it suffers with attacks the bowels also endanger ing in most cases the life of the infant McGhees Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea dsentary and all derangements of the stomach or bowels Sold by A R Fisher A Weighty Trojan One of the ladles In fancy dress was though fair enough a trifle fat and we will not say that she did not look well out of the thirties And there spake to her a reporter May I ask what character you rep resentHelen of Troy she answered What did you think it was Well he murmured ungallantly enough as weights and measures con fused his brain and he gazed on her ample proportions I thought perhaps you might be Helen of Avoirdupois 1 ExchangeThinks It Saved ills Life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says in a recent letter I have used Dr Kings New Discovery many years for coughs and colds and I think it saved my life I have found it a reliable rem edy for throat and lung complaints and would no more be without a hottlo 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 equal Sold under a guarantee at Severs Drug Co SOc and filOO Trial bottle free Modern Tiled Road + It somewhat appears that our whole country is soon to be made available through roads constructed by what Bojne one has dubbed the petrolythlc process says the Los Angeles Times In riding over a country road a chauf feur was heard to remark I have driven over all kinds of roads but that sausage machine roller beats down the best surface I ever traveled over Judging by the mileage now under con struction by this process It would ap pear that the general public heartily Indorses the opinion of the driver quot ed KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery II FOR I IODSPRIGS 00 freo I I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUIL GUAAJfTJID iATIRPAOTOZ- OR YOXZTEEFUND1l1DJ J Bankrupt SaleTf In the District Court of the United States for the West ern District of Kentucky Owensboro Division In the Matter of Dieckman Brothers II Bankrupt Bankruptcy IiPersuant to an order of Court as trustee of the above named estate we will on Saturdy July It 08I at 1 Oclock p m sell the property of said bankrupt at public auction to the highest and best bidder the personal property and real estate located in Stephens port Breckenridge county Kentucky will be sold at Stephensport real I IndianaIwill be sold onethird cash onethird on a credit of three months one I 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 rood work horses appraised at 7500 each one twohorse road wagon appraised at 25 one top buggy appraised at 25 one Oliver typewriter appraised at 45 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 Milla flouring mill and a barn This tract will be divided into two par cels one lot containing the mill andabout two acres of ground and 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 onefifth 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 I realizingII Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co TRUSTEE Hardinsburg Kentucky n Cloverport the Prettiest Thos and Henry Haynes of Bluff City have returned to their home after being the guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Fraize In speaking of their visit they said they had greatly enjoyed tishing in the streams roaming over the hills and drinking the waters of the old springs They added that of all the places they bad been in their lives Cloverport was the prettiest town they had ever seen 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- Misses Age By Three Years Mr Wm Moore of this city has in his possession a live terrapin that is known to be more than 31 years of age On the shell of the terrapin the side which drags on the ground is cut the followingA A Simons- J M LaHeist May 12 1877 Dr Simons of Cloverport now 51 years old remembers the time when these names were cut on this shell Cannelton Telephone A Grand Family Medicine lIt 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 i r In the Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or husinees d 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 fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together enablingbuyersJno D Babbaa Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Well located Rents for t5 per month C 1750 155 acres on Elardlnsburg and3 rails of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwohlaq and a Rood big barn 80 acres la oak and beech timber The oak timber Is Rood tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can be hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plenty Rood water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments FOR BALEA splendid stand fQr a druggist physician In a Rood town surrounded by gooa prosperous farmers This Is just the place for some young physician to stop Into a Rood practice and a Rood drug business An old established physician wants to retire Is the reason for selling rOt further particulars address JNO 1 BARRAGE Clover port Ky 352 acres on liurdlnsburg and 4 3 950 Falls of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements two onestory dwellings throe big barnes hog house and blacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under pasture 222 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water the year round Onethird cash and good easy terms on balance 60015 acres situated IK miles from joIns Gabe Pierce land In good shape good foneiug one good dwel lluic house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn 30x48 feet 1 neverfalling sprlug two ponds This Is good tobacco wheat and corn land 20 acres ln timber white oak sugar tree and beech balance cleared Plenty of good fruit Good wad to StephensportSH miles and good road to Holt Itt miles This farm Is not worn out It Is good land ood its Just the farm for a man with a small family- I I 800 IfcS acres 6 miles from Cloverport and 4 miles 00CloverportImprovementsand other out buildings 12 acres In orchard500 bearing trees and 150 young trees 4u acresIn timber hickory and oak m acres In grass balance In state of good cultivation Two GoodlimestoneandwheatOnothiMcash850 Clovcrportsmalldwellings henhouseandesulphurspring Inwoods20000poundsf On six the sedland areUStarmforuncutumberThlsIsasmall farm Sales 6000 A Year storehouseyearPostabout 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Hero is a fine opportunity for a man with goodbusinessJNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky r r TIi iii jIIT 1 PRE= INVENTORY RED TAG SALE e i Monday June 22 1908 Two Days of Bargains Tuesday June23 1908 OUR STOCK IS BOUND TO GO This is not a Banquet but a Bargain Feast spread to help your pocketbook You are invited so are your friends On the house tops watching our Red Tag Sale in a in a of we no on as as we be a m a to us a of no on 22 23 If you have been waiting for Prices you need wait no longer We have the ball on our finest suits in two and three All sizes all to from s Red on This also an straw hats 1 to to yd 50 per cent 10 to 25 yd 25 per cent 25 to 40 yd lengths 20 per cent Every cent you invest will go honest and reliable goods at Red Tag Prices Come and save enough to merry over We want to say that you will get more your you ever got before No store can or will They were bought Cashand will de sold that way You never had an opportun ity and never will again To assist our customers making their purchases and save ourselves each Bargain will be designated by Red Tag On it will be marked former priceand also Tag Price Watch for them and you will find them each department and lots of them Almost every article the store will wear Red Tag and account these Low Prices will charge Red Tag goods regular accounts they will sold Strictly for Cash We hope every body will understand this thoroughly do not wish to embarrass any one The store will not opened before each morning This will enable people living at distance to get here time get their share of the best offerings each Space forbids itemizing each Bargain but few the many will show you that you will make mistake by coming Monday and Tuesday June and 1908 Mens Clothing Boys CutI started rolling andi piece fancies styles choose 15Suits 1125 1250Suits 937 1200suits 900 1000Suits 750 800Suls 600 600Sul 5450 Boys Suits 500Suits 375 400suits 300 300suits 225 200Suits 150 Tag Prices Odd Pants 500Pants 375 400Pants 300 300Pants 225 200Pants 150 150Pants 112 Swann Hats 250Tts 187 200Hats 150 150HTts 113 includes Ladies Skirts 500 skvrts 355 400Skirts 300 Mattings remnants discount remnants discountIdiscount for money be for money than other duplicate these bargains for have such time for Red positively 830 day here I Red Tag Bargain Starters From 830 to 9 a m Monday onehalf hour 12 pRedC One to a customer See window display From 230 p m to 330 p m Monday one hour 500 5cCalicoesFrom 830 a m to 0 a m Tuesday onehalf hour Elegant China Salad Eowl Cake plate Pitcher or Soup Tureen regular price 25c 35c and 50c each Red Tag rv each pricet JC- One to a customer See window display Very Special IT inch corset cover embroidery regular 35c value Red Tug Price yer yard 2lc Ribbons 35c ribbons at per yd26e3uc ribbons at per yd 22k 25c ribbons at per yd I8c loc ribbons at per yd lie lOc ribbons at per yd 7te 50c hand bugs at 25c 12 dozen lOc turnover Coll lars ladies each 5c- In ladies handkerchiefs each 5c Mens Furnishings 3 dozen Si shirts sizes 14 to 10 at 69c 50c shirts sizes 14 to lGi39c 1 underwear at 69c 25 4ply linen collars all sizes regular 15c values each5c5 dozen 4ply linen cuffs reg ular 25c values per pair lOc 25c and 35c neckwear 20c 50c neckwear 39c Shoes Star Brand Shoes are Bet ter Here is where we shine Ladies Oxfords 125 Oxfords plain or cap at 98c 150 and 160 Oxfords plain or cap toe 123 225 Oxfords patent185 250 Oxfords patent kid and tan 210 3 and 350 Oxfords red patent kid and tan 218 From 230 to 330 p m Tuesday one hour 4CperOne bolt of 20 yards to a customer Read Read Then compare these prices with others an you afford to miss them We think not MiscellaneousBargains 15cRedAx 67cRed55cvalue26c35c39c50c50priceJ 400price1 Z6cRed33cprice93cprice59cRedBreakneck rat trap regular price lOc jrr Red Tag Price vL 59cprice12 qt galvanized buckets regular priee 25c customer Red Tag Price one to a15c Mens Oxfords 250 Oxfords yici Idd188 350 Oxfords patent and gun metal 275 350 Oxfords vici old mens Southern tie 248 4 Oxfords patent and tan298 Hisses and Childrens Oxfords 2 Oxfords for150150 Oxfords for 115 ifl5 Oxfords for90c100 Oxfords for75cM-ens Shoes 15 pair Our Family box calf shoes regular 3 values Red Tag Price 225 Ladles Shoes 30 pairs Queen Quality patent and vtcf lace S3 values Bed Tug lrlco3SJ- 2pair Queen Quality patent button 3 Kea TUR Price SJ75- SI pairs 00 and 2 50 vlcllaco148-To make u good thing better we will make a 10 percent cut on every neverheaveParry SurreysStudy soo Surrey at 75 UO 80 Surrey at 67 50 B758 Surrey at 57 60 70 rubber tire bike axle runabout- at BO 00 g52 50 runabout at 4T 50 75 Two In One Buggy wood cap bike axle 62 50 K55 Two In One Buggy auto seat 54 50 50 tooth stol drag harrow regular prize 11 lied Tag Price 5 9 00 Groceries 4 boxes Shinola polish 25c 2 poUshbest3 boxes of table saltlOc3 punds soda for 5c 4 pounds of Garden City Cof fee roasted55c greenTeaTag price49c1 Ib black best grain at 2lc WrapperSoap4 cakes Ivory Soap15e Please remember these prices are for Cash only Do not bring produce of kind on these two Sale Days as we will not exchange Red Tag Goods for Produce B F BEARD CO Hardinsburg Our Red Tag Sale Will Draw the Crowd in on be in dozen dozen popper any Trunks 9 Teat ks 675 6Tratks 4JO 5Trunks 375 4 Trunks Y98 2 Trunks at 1149 Stoves Climax Steel Range regular price 30 Red Tag 25price No 7 Queen of the West 4 cap regular price with ves 98RedNo 8 Queen of the West 6 cap regular price with ves 98RedFolding Bed 95RedChase Leather Couch Regular price 12 Red Tag Price 898 Oak Side Boards 50Redl Dry Goods and Notions 30c and 35c white25egoods at per 25c white good at CyardI 20c white goods at per yard I15c 15c white goods at121eper yard Lawns 25c and27c Lawns at19c22Jc Lawns at 17 C 20c Lawns at15e15c Lawns at11c12Jc Lawns at9clOc Lawns at 8c 5c Lawns at4c5cT25c Table Linens per yard 18c 350 Table Linens per yard 26c 60c Table Linens per yard L J45c