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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti V THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS o- k r ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 24 1908 8 Pates NO 50 DEATH CLAIMS GEN JACK GROSS Former United States Marshal Passes Away At His Home At Holt WAS BURIED HERE Gen A Jack Gross one of the most widely known men in Kentucky died of Brights disease at n oclock Wed nesday afternoon at his home at Holt In Breckenridge county near this city Over a year he had been in ill health and several monthsago he went to Louisville for treatment but his trouble hung on persistentlyand in the last two weeks the disease developed with such rapidity that his death was xpected When the end came he was surrounded by his wife and adopted daughter Mrs O DeHaven of this city and his close friends His life was an example of loyalty and industry He had a wonderful amount of energy worked hard in time of peace and fought bravely in time of war Gen Gross had a barrel of old fashioned horse sense and a heart full of gratitude He was very conserva tive and disliked notoriety He was born October 31 184H and his mother a widow brought him to this place when he was four years of age His boyhood days were spent here and when the Civil War broke out he enlisted with Col William B Haldeman in the Orphan Brigade un t der Gen John C Breckenridge Later he went to Fordsville where his friend Col W B Haldeman vis ed nim quite frequently and it was through Cot Haldeman that he receiv ed his appointment as U S Marshal during Clevelands administration in 1884 He was Adjutant General under Gov John Young Brown Forty years ago he married Miss Sal lie Smart the daughter of the late Greenwood Smart and a sister of Wil spentJuch4hred at the Capital Hotel In recent years Gen and Mrs Gross have made their home on their farm at Holt Be sides being a successful farmer he was i an extensive dealer in tobacco The funeral ot Gen Gross was held i Saturday morning and the Interment took place ip the Cloverport cemetery at 1130 The services were beautifully conducted by the Rev James Lewis The pallbearers were Morris Beard Thos Flood Thos Tousey Edward Oglesby O DeHaven and Claude Mercer BASE BALL An exciting game was played Mon day afternoon by the Hill Billies and Cow Heelers Score 15 to 14 in favor of H Bs The Hill Billy team is composed of the following Everetts Noble Marcus Miller C McCracken Lewis Miller Carl Mattingly Joe Miller Addis Kramer Walter Weisen berger Herbert Moorman The Cow Heelers team members areI Johnson Wroe Herman Lewis Berry Wallace Lewis H and M Morrison Holder and Happy Pate Tile game was one of the best that has been played this season r 000 The Cloverport Second Nine met defeat at Hardinburg Saturday 000 The Guston Boys crossed bats with the Irvington Boys on their diamond last Saturday afternoon They played ten innings and quit with a score 14 to 13 in favor of Irvington The Irving ton Team is becoming to be quite ex perts in the way of players and they are ready at any time to challenge another team who are in for a real good game = Here Monday W V Mickey advance advertising agent for the Sunny South and Mr A E Metcalf were here Monday in a 35 foot gasoline yacht Money in Oklahoma Mr and Mrs W C Taul and two children Mary and John of Waynoka Okla arrived here last Friday to visit his relatives old home and friends Mr Taul said they have the finest crops in Oklalfoma that have ever grown in any State and wheat is especially good He has made money since he went there ten years ago t Mrs Chester Beavin was in Louisville litweek BEAUTIFUL WEDDING- WEDNESDAY LAST Miss Margaret Moorman Lovely Bride And CHarming Bridal Party In Methodist Church A most beautiful wedding and the firs one that has ever taken place in the Methodist church was that of Miss Margaret Wickliffe Moorman and Dr John Edwards Kincheloe which was solemnized Wednesday evening of last week at 830 oclock The Rev B M Currie officiated in the marriage ceremony and tHe music for the occasion was rendered by Miss Lillie Muir Waller an accomplished musician of Morgan fieldThe church wits beautifully decorated An altar of evergreens made a picturesque back ground and the chancel was gorgeously banked with ferns and potted plants The grodmsmen Messrs Tom Moore Tom Bowmer Chas Morris and Claude Mercer entered first and were met at the altar by the groom and his best man Mr Lewis Kincheloe The brides maids Misses Ray Heyser Nancy Kincheloe Lula Severs and Louise Babbage came next Their dresses were white and girdles pink carrying out the color scheme of the wedding Each maid wore her hair high and pink ribbon laced through it The matron of honor Mrs Margaret Bennett and the maid of honor Miss Sue Roberts Watkins preceeded the bride and her cousin Mr Chas Moorman who gave her away The matron of honor looked very handsome in an exquisite pink dress and the maid of honor wore white silkThe brides dress was a lovely white gown and the bridal veil was quite graceful and becoming She never looked prettier and she won the ad miration of over four hundred guests The maids flowers were sweetpeas and the bride carried brides roses The ushers were Messrs Chas Skillman Chas Fallon J A Barry and J C Nolte The ribbon girls were Misses Eloise Nolte Lenora McGavack and Elizabeth Skillman Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Wickliffe Moorman gave a delightful reception in honor of Dr and Mrs Kincheloe Only the bridal party and the following were present Misses Ella and Jane Smith Miss Marion Bowmer Wm and Victor Bowmer Lewis Kincheloe cut the ring from the wedding cake Miss Ray Heyser the darning needle Miss Nancy Kincheloe the thimble and Mr Tom Moore the dimeDr and Mrs Kincheloe left for a short bridal trip on the westbound train at 11 oclock They were shower ed with rice at the station and bid farewell by a large crowd of friends Luby Adkisson Dead Mr Luby Adkisson passed away at his home near Lodiburg Friday night June 12 after several years of illness His suffering was great but the end was not expected quite so soon The funeral was conducted by Mr Compton Hen derson and the interment was in the Walnut Grove Cemetery He leaves a wife and one daughter Miss Mannie Adkisson to mourn his loss with a number of friends and realatives He was the brother of Andy Clint Sam and Dr S B Atkisson He is al so survived by one sister Miss Mollie AdkissonWEDDING TODAY Miss OIa Mae Shumate and ire W D Spaldin Will Be Uni ted in Marriage The marriage of Miss Ola Mae Shu mate and Mr W D Spaldin of Louisville will take place at the home of the brides mother Mrs Emily J Shu mate at Big Spring today The bride is a popular and attractive young woman and Mr Spaldin is an enterprising business man Tobacco Growers The Tobacco Growers at Hardins burg Saturday had a splendid meet ing after which they adjourned to meet July 11 Lack of space prevents publi cation of details I IREPUCLICAN PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE y COPYRIGHT IAO7 tTf UNDtHWOOO b VNOCWWOOO N V A LATE PICTURE OF SECRETARY TAFT HERE is the man whose personality is to become as familiar to all his coun trymen as that of Theodore Roosevelt William Howard Taft during the last year has been presented to the people by the pen of almost every one of our writers who are best able to estimate men Yet the peoples democratic wish to know and know intimately the individual character of a nominee for the Presidency makes them anxious and eager for more knowledge of him The way to get ft is to see and talk to the man himself Each one of his estimators has called Taft simple sincere and strong Each has given him modesty and selfrestraint Each has spoken of his approachableness of his big hearty laugh and his great heart These are hard characteristics to write on Without producing an impression that the writer is overdoing it a bit Yet a meeting with Mr Taft is convincing proof that the error has not been on the side of exaggeration ttt-Mr Taft does not give one the instantaneous impression of himself that Mr Roosevelt does The effect comes more slowly First you are surprised to find that this man is called to so exceptional a place is so like so many other people that you know There is no Olympian abstraction about him He is not think ing of Cuba or the Philippines when he is shaking hands with you On the con trary there is the same free direct relationship asthat which accompanies an in troduction to a man in your own office If you have known Mr Taft before you get a sounding Hello that bids fair to become as well known as the more familiar delighted If not your welcome is more gentle but you feel that you will be sure to get the Hello next time The fact that you occupy the entire attention of the man makes you certain of it For there is a solid substratum of honesty beneath the whole pro ceeding that removes it utterly from the routine political handshaking You like him and you cant help it It is a thousand to one that you will be surprised at the physique of William Howard Taft Not only the cartoons but the photographers have made us all believe that Taft is fat The same phenomenon is true of Roosevelt and in a lesser degree of the Kaiser and King Edward for it is a survival of the heroic tradition to add physical size to our idea of the great ones of the earth ttT- he t man who seems surely destined to enter the White House next March is not fat He is of large build but his movements are exact and certain He does not hoist himself from one foot to the other as he walks but swings stead ily forward like a battle ship that knows where it wants to go and intends to get thereIn fact his frame gives you your first sense of his power and his eyes back it up and drive it home There is a great deal in those eyes There is not only the frankness and kindness that goes with their deep blue but there is settled purpose and wisdom and a wonderful trustworthiness They begin to make you understand why the republic has come to hold the man morally and men tally capable of performing the high duties of its chief execut- ivettt This understanding gains force as you talk with Mr Taft His voice has a good masculine rumble to it and his words are not slouched or slurred over Each sounds as if it meant something and when you think it over afterward you find that each does its part in the exact expression of an idea Not that Mr Tafts diction is settled it is far from that falling easily into the vigorous and picturesque terms which we Americans have created for our own particular use But the coming President shows In his speech the intelligent mind that knows word values as a scholar a jurist and a statesman must know them You will find too as the talk progresses that the kindliness and gentleness in Mr Tafts character are not weakness He will not be hard or bitter nor will he fly out at you and try to cram his opinions down your throat On the other hand he will tell you bravely dud squarely what he thinks and he will not permit for a moment any misconception of his views or any slight however easy to pass over upon the principles which he believes to be the most important thing in his life tttT- his trait Mr Taft showed us all at the Boston banquet where he refused to sit silent as a lesser man would have done under the tactless insinuations which a New York jester sought to make against Theodore Roosevelt and the moral awakening of the American people His uncompromising courage in this direction Taft never fails to display and your assurance of this characteristic together with your consciousness of his undoubted ability are the most import ant impressions that you will take away with you tttF- or after all what the people want is a President who will see to it that there is no turning back in the policies which the nation has marked out for itself A talk with William Howard Taft must convince any openminded American that here iis a man firm enough to prevent any recession and mentally able inbehalf of the people to meet on an equal ground the master minds of politics of business and of the world of financeChicago Evening Post Sweet Services The Childrens Day Celebration given in the Presbyterian church Sunday night was very impressive and enjoyed by all present r I 1 Visiting His Mother J C Wheeler of Louisville went to GarfieldSaturday to see his mother Mrs Rohda Wheeler who is not well She is eightyfive years of ago u IRVINGTON LATEST FRESHEST NEWS Summer Visitors And Travelers Going in And Out of Breck enridge County INTERESTING PERSONALS Miss Josie Weaver of Louisville will leave today for her home after being the guest of Mr and Mrs Bate Wash ingtonMr Everett Ashcraft spent Saturday in the city shopping Mrs Ernest Henderson who has been i in Louisville the guest of her sister Mrs Peyton Henderson returned home FridayMisses Hssie Biggs and Willa D ury who spent ten days in Louisville are ex pected home today Mrs James Bolin has gone to Fords ville to visit her brother Mr Perry for several days- R B McGlothlnu was in the city SaturdayMiss Ada Drury came down Friday night from Louisville to spend the sum mer herewith her sister Mrs R B McGlothlanMrs Wathen left Friday for Louisville and will be at the Seelbach for several days before leaving for In dianapolis Ind where she will be the guest of her sister Mrs Ruben Miller Miss Claire Jolly after spending a few days in Louisville with friends retur ned home Saturday Mrs H G Yeager returned to Clover port last week after being the guest of her sister Mrs Ed McAfee Miss Mabel Hoskine of Glendeane is visiting her sister Mrs Walker Brown this week Miss Mary Henry and cousin Miss Frankie Richardson will return this week from Brandenburg where they have been visiting Mrs Effie Richardson- Dr and Mrs L B Moremen left Tuesday of last week to attend the opening of the Dalhart Lot and Land sale and while there they will take a trip into Old Mexico Dr Moremen has gone for a most needed rest and will be gone until the first of July Mrs G N Lyddau and two children were in Louisville last week attending the International Sunday School Con vention and while there were the guests of her cousins Mr and Mrs Lloyd Mrs John Shaw and sister Miss Eula Hensley of ILtrdinsburg were the guests of Misses Lyda and Nannie Mc Gehee last week for a short visit Miss L B McGlothlan is at home after an absence of six moths and will remain for awhile until she and her niece Miss Eva McGlothlan leave for the Spring Messrs G W and R S Bandy have received quite a valuable present from Mr James Smith of Medford Okla homa The gift was a wire cutter and stretcher combined and it is the first of the kind tbat has ever been used in this part ot the country Miss Eula Hensley of Hardinsburg who has just finished her education at the Baptist Missionary Training School of Louisville will be here on Sunday June 23 to given talk on on Why IIam going to the Foreign Field1 Breck enridge County should feel proud off producing a daughter that is competent and consecrated enough to take the Wdrd of God to the Foreign Field Mis Hensley will sail for China about th first of August Mr C L Chamberlain has returned from Louisville where he went to attend the Shriners banquet given at the Armory last week Miss Mamie Stith of Louisville was the guest of her cousin Miss Mary Peyton last Wednesday- Mr and Mrs H H Kemper returned Wednesday from Big Spring where they went to attend the ClarksonHardaway weddingMr and Mrs Fonnle Rhodes of Brandenburg spent a few days last week the guests of Mr and Mrs Ed AlexanderMr Peyton left for Louisville Friday after being the guest of hi parents Mr and Mrs Frank Peyton Mrs E F Neafus has returned fro Louisville where she was visiting her sister and brother Mr and Mrs Ernest GallowayMrs Charlie Chamberlain after a short visit to her mother Mrs Bran denburg at Tip Top has returned home Mss Cecil Hpaldm left Tuesday for Continued on Page Eight RALLY DAY Irvington Will Have Glorious Mis sion Celebration at Baptist Church Sunday Irvington will have a great day next Sunday June 28 There will be an all day service with dinner on the ground and baptizing in the afternoon in the new poolDr J N Prestridge editor of the Baptist World of Louisville will preach at night also Miss Eula Hensley of Ilardintburg recently appointed to work in China will he present and take past in the program The Baptist papers will be represented and subscriptions taken A special club rate will be of fered The large shady yard of Mr Payton has hun secured for the dinner tables to which all are cordially invited In connection with the offering for missions an opportunity will be given for volunteers mission work in our home or in foreign lands The pastor and people are expecting the greatest crowd the greatest dinner the greatest offering and the greatest spiritual blessing ever experienced Kingsburys Latest News Items Chas Burke declared war against China and Japan a few days ago Look out boys 000T- he Cloverpprt base ball club will suffer now that Jim Ricketts is going to resign as pitcher 000T- om Satterfield got so warm Satur day in the field he broke his plow Tom is a good old fellow He likes to work 000C- has Fallen went to Louisville Sun day and for a wonder did not get lost looking at the high buildings 000S- tuart Babbage got his right foot tangledwith his left in the store the other day and came near falling over a pin 000G- et ready boys to drink lemonade with Joe Burke at the next Masonic barbecue August 20 Joe didnt drink but a tub full last year For the next two weeks we will give one beautiful enlargement with each dozen cabinets for f3Brabandt DEATHS HARVEST Prominent And Aed Men Die At Their Homes In Brecken ridge County Geo H Fuqua died very suddenly at his home at Fordsville after an illness of a few days He was fifty years of age and is survived by a wife and two children Mr Fuqua was a highly re spected man and was a successful to bacco dealer 000- As the News goes to press word reached Cloverport of the death of John Gibson which occurred at his home near Irvington He died about four oclock yesterday morning Mr Gibson was a man loved and honored through out the county 000 Wm Kinkead the nineteen year old metepooleat the County Club at Louisville Sat urday SUNNY SOUTH 1Great Show Boat Will Reach Cloverport Saturday For Night Performance The largest and finest vaudeville show SunnySouthnight June 27 Mr Markle promises a grand street parade firstclass music and a enter palaceswill be greatly welcomed here and a themexperienced and gifted performers Want Whiskey LA petition containing names of voters of this city has been filed with the County Judge asking that an election be held to determine whether or not liquor shall be retailed In Cloverp6rlt r t i ii i i 1iT i I F The Fighting Chance r II ICoPfrightI CHAPTER TJFTLLN September her marriage to SI IN ward excitinglyI Imminent Sylvia had been seized with a passion for wholesale renunciation and rigid self chastisement All that had been so materially desirable to her In life all thntshe hnd heretofore wor shiped in anti belonging to her own world she now denied Down went the miniature golden calf from the al tar in her private shrine its tiny crashing fall making considerable racket throughout her world and the planots and satellites adjacent to that section of the social system which she bad long been expected to dominate The spectacle of their youthful ruler elect in sackcloth as the future bride of a business man had more that dis concerted them The amazing an nouncement of Quarriers engagement to Agatha Caithness stupefied the elect rendering In one harrowing In stant null and void the thousand petty plans and plots Intrigues and schemes upon which future social constructions on the social structure hind been based The grief and amazement of Major Belwethcr already distracted by his nonparticipntlon through his own fault in Planks consolidation of Amal gamated with Intercounty was pitia ble to the verge of the unpleasant Like panic stricken rabbits his thoughts ran in circles and he skipped in their wake scurrying from Quarrier to Harrington from Harrington to Plank front Plank to Slward In dis tracted hope of recovering his equilib rium and squatting safely somewhere in somebodys luxuriantly perpetual cabbage patch lIe even squeezed un der the fence std hopped humbly about old Peter Caithness who sud denly assumed monumental proportions among those who hud so long tolerat edhimBut Quarrier coldly drove him away and the Increasing crowds besieging poor bewildered old Peter Caithness trod upon the major and there was nothing for him to do but to scuttle back to his own brush heap and hud die there siiuaking pitifully As for Jrnce Ferrall she lost no time in teitni hilt took Agatha publicly to her bosom Iturned furiously on Quar rler in private and for the first time In her life permitted herself the lux iiry of tclli ig him exactly what she thought of him You hind your chance she said But you are nil surface Theres noth Ins to you but soft board and manicur ing and the reticence of stupidity The one girl for olllInd you couldnt hold on to her The ono chance of your lifetrod its escaped you leaving a tuft of pompadour hair and a imlr of womans eyes protruding from the- golden dust heap your father burled you In Now youd better sit there And let It cover your mouth nnd try to breathe through your nose Agatha K looking far a new sensation Shes Jrfod everything now shes going to try you Tints mill She will IK nn invaluable leader Howard anti w gliall not yitwn I assure you Hut oh the chance youve lost for lack of a drop of red flood nnd a barber to give you the heard of n man Which merely deepened the fear and hatred wbl h Qimrrlur had entertained for his pretty cousin from the depths of his silk wadded cradle As for r r Bad BackacheSuch suffer every month from back acbelIs It nccssary No It can be prevented and relieved when caused by female trouble by take ing a medicine with specific cura live action on the female organs and functions which acts by re lieving the congestion stopping tbe pain and building the organs and functions up to a proper state of health Try I OFCARDUI WOMANS RELIEF I suffered for 15 years writes Mrs Malinda A Akers of Basham Va with various female troubles I had such a backache that it drew me over so I could not stand straight The doctors could not help me so I lock Cardul and now I feel like a new woman At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing symp DeptTheChattanooga Tenn E 38 tiC IROBERTII I Kemp Forrnii ifow third vice presi dent of Intcrconnty he only laughed with the tolerance of a man In safety and looking at Quarrier through the pickets of the financial fence not only forgot how close his escape had been but being a busy and progressive youngman began to consider how he might ultimately extract a little profit from the expensive tenant of the In closureGrace made the Journey to town to express herself freely for Sylvias hell efit But when she saw Sylvia the girls radiant beauty checked her mud all she could say was My dear my dear I knew you would do it I knew you would lllng him on his head Its In your blood you little jadeyou lit tle Jilt You minx of a baggage I knew youd behave like all women of your race Then she drove to the Santa Regina where Marlon was to Join her in her return to Shotovor And she was already trying to make up her disturbed mind as to which might prove the more suitable for Marlon Captain Voucher gloomily recovering from his defeat by Quarrier or Billy Fleetwood who didnt want to marry anybody In the meanwhile Slwards new du ties as second vice president of Inter county hill given him scant leisure for open air convalescence He was busy with Plank He was also busy with the private investigation stirred up at the Patroons club and the Lenox and which was slowly but inevitably resulting in clearing him so that his restoration to good standing and full membership remained now only a mat ter of formal procedure So Siwaid was becoming a very busy man among men and Plank still carrying on his broad shoulders bur dens unbearable by any man save such a man as he shook his heavy head and ordered Slwnrd into the open Ami Siward who had learned to obey obeyedBut September had nearly ended when Lilln in Planks private car at tended by Slward timid Sylvia and two trained nurses arrived at the Fells The nurses Planks Idea were a surprise to I Hln and the day after her arrival at the Fells she dlsmiisod them got out of bed and dressed and came downstairs nil alone on a pair oJ sound though faltering legs Sylvia and Slward were In the music room very busily figuring out the probable cost of a house in that section of the city Itt of Park avenue where the newly married imprudent are form Ing olonlll v n Just punishment for those rwkltHH brides who marry for love and an obliged to drive over two car tracks to reach their wealthy friends and relatives of the golden zoneWhat have you peen playing ask ed Iella Wlwt do you timid to Iln lijiplnj her arm tiruiind Leilas wist w I t h yourself Sylvia with that plump sun hurried lay at your heelsl nil day- long Are there no men about Ores coming today said Syl viaI laughing and slipping her arm around Lei Ins waist she strolled witi hstier out through the tall glass doors to the ter race with a backward lookt of airy dismiss al for Siward t PlankI had wired from Xew York the night before tint he was com Ing In another hour ho would be there Leila knew It perfectly well nail she looked into the wickedly ex pressive young face of the girl beside her ryes srTt but unsmiling Child rhlld she murmured youl1I lIt know how much of a man acman ran be Yes I do said Sylvia hotly Leila smiled Hush you little silly Ive talked Stephen and praised Stephen to you for days and days and the moment I dare mention another man you fly at me hair on oml Oh Leila I know it Im perfect ly mad about him thats all Look at him as he saunters across the lawn Leila Look nt him Well I see him Isnt he almost an ideal He is He certainly is dear Do you think he walks as though he were perfectly well 1 He unity bo coming down with whooping cough Sylvia rose indignantly but Leila pulled her back to the sun warmed marble bench A girl in love loses her sense of hu mor temporarily Sit down you little vixenLeila you laugh at everything when I dont feel like it Im not in love nnd thats why You are in love They sat there In the sun Leilas hand lying idly In Sylvias the soft sea wind stirring their hair and In their ears the thunderous undertone of the mounting sea Look at Stephen murmured Syll via her euraptureQ eyes following Him as he strolled hatless and coatless along the cliffs edge the sun glimmer ing on his short hair a tall slim well coupled strongly knit shape against the sky anti a- But Leilas quick ear had caught a significant sound from the gravel drive behind her and she stood up a de licious color tinting her face Are you going in 1 asked Sylvia Then she too heard the subdued whir ring of a motor from the front of the house and she looked at Leila as she turned and recrossed the terrace walk ing slowly but erect her pretty tend held high Then Sylvia faced the sea again and presently descended the terrace cross Ing the long lawn toward the headland whore Siward stood looking out ncross the water Leila from the music room watched her then so henrd Planks voice and his stop on time stairs std she called out to him gayly- I am downstairs thank you How dared you send me those foolish nurses She was laughing when he came In to the room standing there erect head high a brilliant color In her cheeks and she offered him both hands which he took between his own holding them strongly and looking into her fate with steady questioning eyes Well she said still smiling but her scarlet underllp trembled a little then Yes you may say what you wIshwhat II wish you to say There can be no harm in talking about it But will you be very gentle with me Dont mmake me cry I hhavt I am ttrylng to remember how it feels to laugh once more- S e e S e Sylvia 1lying in the hot sand on the tiny crescent beach under the cliffs listened gravely to Siwards figures as notebook In hand he went over the real estate problem commenting thoughtfully as he discussed the houses offeredHe turned to look at her and she Drnu11Ir11HIICtrcldouh to hers convulsively lay there silent blue eyes look ing back into n 1 s Suddenly they glimmered with tears mill she stretched out both arms drawing his head down to hers convulsive ly her quive- rIng mouth crushed against his lips Then she rose to liar knees to tier feet dazed brushing the tears from her eyes To thinkto think she stammer ed that I might have let you face the world alone Dearest dearest we must fight a good fight He looked straight Into liar e elii fearlessly tenderly and she looked back with the divine untroubled gaze of a child laying her slender sun tanned hands in his And deep In his hotly as ho stood there he heard time low challenge of his south on guard and lie knew thntI the enemy listened TUB END If one feels dull and spiritless in l1wI spring or early summer they call it Spring Fever But there is no fever I usually It is the after effects of our wint r hal it The nerves are mostly Rt faul Tired worn out nerves leave us languid lifeless ail without spirit or ambition A few coses of Dr Shoops Restorative will absolurely and quickly I c nngaU of these depressing symptoms The Restorative course wont bring you back to full health In n day or two but it will do enough in 18 hours to satisfy you that the remedy is reaching I that tired spot Druggists every whereare advising its use as a splendid and prompt tonic It gives more vim and more spirit to the spoonful than any other kuown nerve or constitutional tonic Ic sharpens a Jailing appetite aids digestion trees sluggish livers and J j kidneys and brings new life strength and ambition Test it and be convin ced Sold by AllDea1ers j What She Was Trying to Accomplish I The other morning at the breakfast table threeyearold Jeannette was pok ing vigorously with her knife at a bis uit J What are you trying to do Jeannette j demanded mother Be careful C you will cut your hand Said Teannetto Im trying to un tightNetsYork I j j Stop That Cold i To check early colds or Grippe with Provent1etII means sure defeat for Pneumonia To stop a cold with Preventlcs ii safer than to lot It run and but obliged to cure it afterwards To bo tore Pro venUca will cure even a deeply seated cola but taken earlyut the ItI O It1iotho7 break or- esd 011 leo earlJCOldl Thats urely better ats wpy thorate call PrnenUea QntaiadronDand thorongbhT as tooNlceMOf11yityou sneeze l 7ongcii an J alto saw- sml loess And dont fC 7Q1J htrO psoliSa I bOxes for the et o Deicer o +ld I venues Insist on Jour ti iivfna reel 1 Preventics ALL DEALERS I From UNCLE REMUSSTHE HOME MAGAZINE for June Judge Stubbytoes CourtB- y ALAN S ROGERS II Its not too much trouble Do you happen to know A young man round hero Named Judge Stubbyfoe Of SquetiemHuggem Or CleanemSerubbem Or that other great firm of Lovem Cot Im In at defendant A moot serious cue Of a loving assault In Face vi Face Which plaintiff demurs So often occurs It happens each night In the very tame place To stop any pain anywhere in 20 min utes simply just take one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Pain means con gestionblood pressure hat is all Dr Shoops Headacheor Pink Pain Tablete will quickly coax blood pres sure away from pain centers After that pain is gone Headache Neu ralgia painful periods with women etc get instant help 20 Tablets 25c Sold by All Dealers STEPHENSPORT i Mrs Rhodes has returned home after a few days stay with her daughter Mrs I Dr Nevitt I Miss Louise Lewis of Cloverport is the guest of Miss Etta English Lawyer Blitz of Louisville was the guest of his sister Mrs W J Schopp last week John and Fred Dieckuian left for Illinois last week Mrs Adam Anspach of Rome Ind and sister Mrs McGlothlan of Irving ton were the guests of Mrs Barney Frymire last week Miss Vera Tinius of Holt and Miss Hlsie Gregory of Cloverport and Miss Helen Macy were the guests of Mrs Gluts Tinius Saturday and Sunday Mrs Will Lennon and daughter have returned to their home in Hardinsbarg Mrs Warren Dieckuian and children are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Will Basham of New Bethel Cleveland Hamilton has returned home from Georgetown where he graduated in May- Harlaud Morgan met with a serious accident last week by drinking some carbolic acid He is very much improved at this writing Mrs Pike Conn has returned home from Uniontown where she has been visiting relatives Change In Hospitality It is strange sighed the blue eyed girl how quickly even your best friends will learn to regard you with suspicion Take my case for exam ple When I boarded and had to pay for all my meals whether I ate them in the boarding house or not I had a standing Invitation at several places to drop in any time for dinner My frlqhds know I wouldnt save anything by partaking of their hospitality and they always were urging me to come But now everything is changed 1 eat out now and pay for each meal as I get It consequently all those standing invitations have been tacitly but none the less unmistakably recalled The fact that I am saving the price of a dinner every time I cat with then makes my friends think I am trying to economize at their expense I am Just as cheerful a guest now as for merly I dont eat any more and am not a bit more trouble but I find that not even my closest friends want to feel that they are being used for a good thlngXew York Press A Grand Family Medicine It gives me pleasure to speak a good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlan of Nou 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 bothI sexes Sold under a guarantee at Severs Drug Co 50c Now could I nndIYoung Judge StubbytoeII The trial would end IIn a moment or to For hed fine me lust Hilt One sweet goodnight kiss Wklch Ive waited to pay for an hour or to Frankness In Invitations Among curiosities which are models of frankness is the following Lord and Lady Spencer request the honor of company at dinner at halt past 0 oclock on An answer is particularly desired Nobody waited for after 7 oclock On many Invitations the time was of course stated and A polite answer requested or sometimes A reply would oblige but the letters R S V P were hardly ever used at this date their first mention being In 1781 on the card of Lord and Lady Kerry Indeed till quite recently An answer will oblige was the general formula and it is only In the last thirty years that the French form has been at all generally adopted In England Wind sor Magazine Badly Sprained Ankle Cured Three years ago our daughter sprain ed her ankle and had been suffering terribly fur two days and nightshad not slept a minute Mr Stallings of Butler Tenn told us of Chamberlains Patu Balm We went to the store that night and got a bottle of it antI bathed her ankle two or three times and she went to sleep and had a good nights rest The next morning she was much better and in a short time could walk around and had no more trouble with her ankleE M Brumitt Hampton Tenn 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by Severs Drug Co- Pride Sets the Pace We are a great people because we make such a hullabaloo about the things to do because we accomplish them to the music of the band Our pride has set the pace and Its our pride that keeps us up till we drop Cleveland Plain Dealer No Brother Needed But I shall always be a brother to you he murmured If I had any use for a brother she replied sweetly I could reach under the sofa and get one right now Philadelphia Ledger Health coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced i This clever Ooffee 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 I expertwho might drink it for Coffee No 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made in a minute says the doctor Sold by J Nolte Bro i Easy Shopping There is little trouble attached to shopping in Buenos Aires When a citizen with a plethoric purse goes toJJ market ltie buys his vegetables in piles without regard to quantity or quality Nothing is bought by weight If a 1 man wants beef he simply tells the butcher he wants some meat and ho goeshome I Knew Where It Went Are you one of those mean spirited tnen who ask their wives what they do with the money they receive Certainly not answered Mr Meek I ton I dont have to ask my wife I She plays bridge whist Washington Star A Vital Point The most delicate part of a baby is itsii bowels Every ailment that it suffers with attacks the bowels also endanger ing in most cases the life of the infants McGhees Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea dysentary and all derangements of thec stomach or bowels Sold by A R ji Fisher 1 I STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes L All the latest patterns for Suits fabrics methods Fit guaranteed Mod erute prices Expert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE 1 CasperMnyCoCan eltonInd IF it is the surest und safest place you want to have your watch repaired go t- oT I C LEWIS he knows how and does as he knows He has ono of the finest collections of beautiful uptodateJEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for remember it is the same T 1 C Lewis Come he is glad to welcome you and give you satisfaction T C Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Kye H DeN HOORMAN Attorney at Law- t1AIDlNSBURO KY theCourtst cr Special attention given to collections road cases and criminal practice License to CourtsOffice BLACK JACK NOTES Miss Lou Shacklett spent last week with her sister Mrs Ava Burch of GustonMr and Mrs Mevel Dowell of Ekron took dinner with Mr and Mrs J W Downs and attended the decora tion at W B DowellstMrs Nannie Bradley and Mrs Mary Lamb spent last Saturday with Mrs Lizzie Brown- J H Prather of Louisville visited relatives in this vicinity a few days last weekMisses Nannie B and Lula Sipse gave a wool picking last Tuesday Those present were Lillie and Dona Miller Lona Downs Ora Hardesty and Myrtle Prather All enjoyed the day fine but not much wool picked Misses Inez and Fanny Dowell spent last Saturday with Miss Eva Barnes of Stiths Valley Mr and Mrs Les Roberts Mr and Mrs Frank Priddy of Garrett spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Eugene MedleyMr Mrs Geo Prather spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs W D PratherMisses Lillie Dona and Schlley Miller spent last Friday with their grand mother Mrs Mary Lamb Clayton Bradley and mother went to Brandenburg last Saturday Mr anti Mrs Joe Scifres of Garrett attended church at Hill Grove Sunday nightLillie Miller spent last Wednesday with the Misses RitchieAFortyone Woodman were present at the decoration of Byron Dowells grave on last Sunday and a large crowd besides Many pretty flowers were pre sented which the grave was decorated with Mr and Mrs H D Brown of Gus ton spent last Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ernest Brown Mr and Mrs Emerson Bradly spent last Sunday with the latters father and Bro R W Smith Misses Ora Hardesty and Dona Miller returned last week from Paynesville where they attended the wedding of Miss Annie Daugherty Nature has provided the stomach with certain untqrnl fluids known as the digestive juices and it is through these juices that the food we eat is sated upon in such a way as to produce the rich red blood that flows through the veins of our body and thereby makes us strong healthy and robust and it is the weakening of these digestive juices that destroys health It is our own fault if we destroy our own health and yet it is so easy for any one to put the stomach out of order When you Wool to take something take It promptly but take you know is reliablesome thing like Kodol For Dyspepsia and In II itisi h if Seventh Anniversary oi O- urDepartment StoreSTEPHENSPORT KY A Great Feast of Bargains 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 prices for the next two weeks in order 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 out on every article for TWO WEEKS andnot 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 goodsAlso 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 d it Clothing Special toAllaI of Stein Alder Cos celebrated tailor made suits ieit itwhich we bought at a bankrupt sale and which retailed offrom 20 up go in this Anniversary t O 40d t Sale for CJ O ieSt Boys and Childrens Suits go from 90 cents up U Youths threegarment suits never sold for less than 750 00tofrom td tt lay Hamilton Carhartts Overalls go for 90cents lay Dry Goodswd ed All best grades of Calico go for 5c isHopeCotton V 7 l2c LayHoosier Cotton V r 514c Jent and Matting from I 1212c up tierAll of our large assortment of Dress Patterns go in this of Anniversary Sale at an immense reduction ATUh Shoe Special I Such as HamiltonBrown Co and other celebrated makes and a splen did line of lowcuts go in this Anniversary Sale like the rest at a great reduction FOR TWO WEEKS ii Screens for Doors and WindowsII 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- We have a splendid assortment to go in thissale at a special reduction 300 i i 58cJarsSmokless Club Shells and Nitro Powder regular price 60c 1 box to 4Vceach customer go at the p In conclusion we wish to say that while our success in business is due to fair and square dealing allowing sinsno ch misrepresentation and selling our goods at lower prices than our competitors We appreciate ands ushaE thank the good people of our own and nearby counties for their kind patronage which we will endeavor to lItt i- Etitat keep for the futurenach take take InCe Cei i t J SCHOPP Stephensport Ky II Y IS 1 Tiib BKECKtlNklDUfc NEWS JNO D BARRAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO 1 I i Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year in advance r CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charred for at the rate off 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 otify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should giveI their old as well as the now address u EIGHT PAGES= cc = c =WEDNESDAY JUNE 24 1908 LrThishot weather is fine for the tobacco crop Mrs Taft is just as tine a woman as her husband is a man Tho Allies where are they All in line shouting for Taft AVheac in this county is not turning out as well as was expected before cutting Threshing will begin next week No dull times at Beards store this week The crowd yesterday was bigger than Monday They say it pays to advertise People who are opposed to the open saloon will have some work on their hands from now until the 22d of August They had better get right down to business at once too The crowned heads all over the world took a deep interest in last weeks convention at Chicago Foreign newspapers gave much of their space to its proceedings It is said no previous political gathering over hold in the United States attracted so much attention abroad Our old friend Jerry Tilforcl has one of the nicest cottage homos it has been our pleasure to visit in a long time Jerry takes a great pride in his homo and family and next to them is the lender son Houte railroad for whom he has been working for the past eighteen years Whose who say it dont pay to advertise should have been at Hardinsburg Monday to see the rush at B F Board Cos Red Tag Sale The anxious bargainhnntoVs lined up in front of their store 200 strong waiting for the opening which was announced fort 880 a m It was a special sale of buckets for half an hour only and r in fifteen minutes or less time 150 were sold From the hour of opening to the close their store was crowded with eager buyers Ht looked like Christmas times What the Beards are doing others can j do if they will Taft and Sherman suit us all right It is a winning ticket no matter who the Democrats put up A majority of the American peo t thepI Kepublican party and they do not want a change For forty years they have carried on this government They have made us what we are=the independentrvoter sees thfc mid knows it and what he wants is good government honest stable and lasting And he will stand to the party that gives It to lean The only reward the independent voter wants is good gov ornment He iis not after spoils or political preferment He is not a knocker or a kicker just a plain free American citizen who loves his country for his countrys sake and votes as his conscience dictates 1 McQUADY Farmers are about through harvesting wheat They report a good crop this year Dire Dr Sandbach and little daugh ter Mildred Savannah have gone to Friedlnnd Ky where they will be the r guests of the doctors parents for two or throe weeks At the ice cream supper here last week Lonni Rusber struck J W Lyons r on the head with a pop bottle and cut hm SCrollS the forehead and nose with a knife producing dangerous and ugly wounds Mr Lyons was taken to Dr Sandbacbs office where his wounds were dress d Two officers were on the ground at the time but Rusher was allowed to make his escape John Bates and H Burden have for med a partnership in the flouring mill Mere Bates Burden lire putting in now rolls and seives and will soon be ready to make firstgrade flour Nr and Mrs R D Head of Fords vile were the guests of Mr and Mrs L C Taul Sunday Mr Head is the cashier of the Farmers State Bank at Pord ville Bates Burden have contracted with G W Eskridge to Haw for him 500000 feet of hickory lumber Mr Burden will move his hickory mill from Mc darnels to this place Lathe Keenan wife and Children of Tar Fork were the guests of Mr and Mrs H Burden last Sunday- L C Taul was in Balltown and Tar fork last week on business Miss Myldred Potts and Mrs Ola Burden went to Hardinsburg Thursday shopping if peevisht a boon and a blessing Cascaswaet is especiallyweather Look for the ingredients printed on the bottle Contains no harmful drugs Sold by all druggists Mr and Mrs Wilbur Gregory and little daughter Francis Lee have re turned to Louisville after a visit to Mr and Mrs Tom Bohler Mr Bohler has gone to Louisville to visit them 4 WOMAN RUNS TilE BIGGEST HOTEL The most pretentious hotel is owned by Mrs Anna L Miller and the name of it is The Rawhide says a writer in the Now Idea Womans Magazine for i July Mrs Miller made her first big stake on mining and business ventures in the Klondike She invested some of her capital in a lot just off Main Street Goldfield put up a hotel and leased it The man to whom it had been leased carelessly tent on a prolonged debauch disregarding the terms of the contract It was clearly up to her to manage her own hotel or get out She chose to i manage and emphasized the resolution with a secondstory addition and then she kept on building until she had one hundred rooms Today she has one hundred thousand dollars worth of stock and property in Goldfiel- dCOURIERJOURNAL OUTS A Special Rate of 125 For The Campaign And Election For the first time in its history The CourierJournal has made a special cut rate on its Daily for the campaign The regular price of the paper is f6 a year or f3 for six months For the campaign a rate of 125 has been made to apply to all orders received during the months of June July and August After August 31 the regular rates will be in effect Subscriptions received during these months at this rate will be entered on the CourierJournal mailing list until December 1 next when all will expire Send in your orders at once through this paper The earlier you get in the more papers you receive Henry Watterson has announced that the CourierJournal will support the Democratic ticket from end to end and he believes the ticket will win in November The Louisville Times edited by Col W B Haldeman has made the same rate 125 under the same conditions The Times is the best Democratic after noon paper printed anywhere r jiAkWliiSbuRU Miss Linnie Haswell is at home from Caruthersville Missouri for her summer vacation Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile spent Sun day at look Mrs George Wolfe and children are the guests of Mr and Mrs Morris H Beard Miss Emily McAteer of Louisville and her sister Mrs Wintersmith are the guests of Mrs Herbert Beard IHerbert Hall of B F Beard Co was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Win Hall of Glendeane Sunday Dr and Mrs J E Kincheloe ar rived Sunday night from Louisville where they hud spent a few days Mrs John Shaw Miss Tida Mercer and Misses Frances and Maude Smith left Thursday to attend the Inter national Sunday School Convention in LouisvilleMrs Sutton and children of Louisville are guests at Judge Mercers Miss Bettie Walker is in Louisville for a two weeks visit Misses Nell and Louise Moorman of Glendenne were guests of Mrs D R Murray last week Several from here attended the burial of Gen A J Gross at Cloverport Sat urdayJudge Wm Bnskett of Meade county has appointed the Bank of Hardins burg R Trust Co Administrator of the estate of Gordon R Kasey the child recently accidentally killed at the rail road station at Ekrqn Allen Kincheloe is at home from Louisville for the summer Prof Herbert Barnes of Cecilian was in town Monday Marriage licenses John H Lawson Louise Ellen Whitehouse Bert Smith Jennie L Heath Leonard Heath Daisy BashamExaminers Edmund Wroe and Miss Mary Joe Mattingly are at work grad ing the papers of the fiftythree applicants tor teachers certificates last Friday and Saturday As a whole the questions are pronounced more difficult the ones were in May Russell Compton of Garfield and Vivian Haswell of Hardinsburg tookII examination for appointment to State University The grading of the papers has not been done Saturday and Monday were the hottest days of the year Four wills were probated in the coun ty court Monday They were the wills of Mary J Miller T L Carter Mary E Hawkins and Geo W Pile Squire Aldridge of Hawesville was here last week Miss Nellie Hook loaves this week forII a visit to friends in Paducah John P Haswell Jr returned Monday from attending the Chicago Republican Convention Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they caunot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitution of remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucos lining of the Eus tachian Tube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be de stroyed forever nine cases out often lire caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an 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 aption STEPHENSPORT Rev J T Lewis filled his appoint meut here Sunday Miss Mabel Moorman has returned to her home at Maceo after several weeks visit to her aunt Mrs M L Roberts Mrs Johnson Stiles died Thursday evening at the home of her father Mr Sam Gilbert She has been a great sufferer for more than a year but was very patient and made her peace with God and she dreaded not the a droah of death but was fully resigned to go Mr and Mrs Chas Unzer of Owens boro are guests of Mr and Mrs Chas TiniusMrs Warren Dieckman and children have returned home from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Milt Basham I Miss Sadie Cohen of Cincinnati i is the guest of her aunt Mrs WJ Sonopp Miss Zelma Lay will give an enter tainment Saturday night June 27 for the benefit of the school Mrs Herman Lay and little daughter Mary Louise of Norfolk Va are the guests of Mr and Mrs Ben Lay Mrs Vester Allen and little daughter Louise of Canton Ohio passed through town last week enroute to Rome Ind to visit her parents Mr and Mrs P J Pititt J I J Get Ready for the Next Fair September 1 2 and 3 4 Get ready for the FIRST DAY An extra effort to make the first day attractive Running and Trotting Races Every Day to4T 4T 4T J w R M JOLLY COIrvingtons Leading Store Is offering the people of two counties bargains that are selling the goods Everyone in your family will always be welcome to make our store your headquarters when in Irvington 14 e will appreciate your valued orders and insure you that they will have our prompt attention If our claim on your patronage is fair we will be glad to serve you in the near future Great Picture Offer We are making the greatest picture offer made by any mer countyWith purchase we give you a 1 picture free With every 2 cash purchase you can get one of these fine 1 pictures fur only 39 cents If you wish to buy the picture alone we charge 1 each for them They are all best quality pictures and you will have to see them to appreciate our liberal offer as you should Buggies and Surries 11 We are for the best Clothing Our offers in this should attract your attention and our goods should make you Suits We handle the celebrated E E Straus Cos Chicago Clothing and have you an excellent Suit at Cost R to The Will furnish music for the occasion In Our groceries are going at this our of fers and buy from us We sell just a little lower than any one We have just received a and complete line of Fur I Our prices are right in this I Lime Lime I I I i Will be FREE the day A 40 Gold Will away Free to theI one selling the most Dinner 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 poss- etively held Be sure and come Scores of Come and see them and you can find anything you want on the grounds I The Committee is 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 Win AM 1 G D J W Cof fee 25 cents Hotel 50c Clothing headquarters department buy- MadetoOrder satisfactorilyLet madetoorderPeters Everydaydepartment Watch elseInewI lineI M JOLLY CO Irvington Kyi Are You Coming the Great RED MENSPowWow and Barbecue Hardinsburg Kentucky Hardinsburg Military Band 200GIVEN July Prizes GroceriesI FurnitureI limeI 4 Ice Water furnished Watch Special Attractions negotiating MerryGoRound Committee Beardr Kincheloe Tar Springs Barbecue Dinner with Dinner throughout Different Kinds of Games WATER FREE r Electric Lights Brass Shade Band Unequaled PopularitynN Contest Admission lOc CONTAINS ENNEBYSMothers Sat July4 HONEY AXATIVEChildren DancingPavilion AN- DOUCH Tastes so good Tickets TAR YRIIP Eo O MCHIOA9 tl tlter ep1 ouru utlMflsr Unr thou conUlnln OfUttt KranMyi Later Couth Syrup moves the boval owvUlsi M For Sale by aJIIDrugglsts l Breckenridge News and Louisville Times One Year 500 1 iri V jt the Breckenridge News 1k WEDNESDAY o JUNE 2i 1908 Announement ZIONBENtheAemocratkFor Commonwealths Attorney = e ludHenryI for Commonwealths Attoruey subject to tho action of the Democratic party PERSONALAND LOCAL Miss Reba Lewis is visiting in Louis villeBe Sure to attend Sippels great shoe saleFred Hill was here from Henderson SundayJohn Lawson was in Hardinsburg SaturdayMr Mrs Chas Lightfoot are in LouisvilleIMrs John Reynolds has gone toi OwensboroIra is visiting his parents in I I Evansville lMrs Allen Kingsbury went to Louis I tvine Sunday Miss Esther Popham has returned from Loretta Mr W T Halliday returned Sunday from Chicago Archie Frizzel has returned to his home in Cannelton Miss Mayme Hawkins of Mattingly was here Wednesday Mrs John Neubauer Vho has been very ill is improving IMrs F M Ryan of Louisville is visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs Chns Jackson were I in Louisville Satu- rday1M J LaHeist Owensboro is the of Mrs J E Keith Miss Kate Moorman of Louisville isI I JarboeI spent Sunday here with her husband I positionIMiss Ethel Greenwall of Rockport is visiting friends and relatives here Mrs Harris of Philpot was the guest of her fatherMr J J Dyer last week f Misses Julia and Katie Wroe have re t turned from a visitin Hancock county Mr and Mrs Frank English and daughter left Sunday for French Lick IndMrs Luther Satterfield spent Sun day in West Point the guest of relatives I Mrs Dave Wilson and granddaughter Evelyn Adams were in Addison SundayPercy Huston of Hardinsburgwas- here Sunday the guest of Miss Lucile BerryEleazer Hedden is here from New Mexico visiting his brother Joe HeddenClayton Claycomb of New Haven Ky has been visiting relatives at Irv ingtonMiss Bessie Keys left Sunday for a 1 1visitof several weeks to friends in EvansvilleMiss Gardner is home from St Louis where she has been attending school Misses Della Winchell and Nina Weatherholt ofHobinsport were here Wednesday 400 Oxfords for 300 go in this great i clearance sale of shoes Conrad Sippel the shoe man Mrs Foster Heyser has gone to fiJ Logan W Va to visit Mr and Mrs J Roy Heyser 0 = Mrs Port Thompson and sister Mrs Chas Jones of near Tar Springs were here Thursday Mrs Steve Carman and two children Charles and Irene are in West Point visiting her parents Misses Bertha Mable and Effie Smith are expected here this week to visit Mrs Mattie Collins Morrison Calhoon dentists offlcf fiownfltairs 216 Fourth street both v ones Owensboro Ky J Jchildren Berry Mrs Geo Chris and and Miss Ella Chris visited friends in Louisville last week Mr and Mrs Joe Fallon andchildren of Kosmosdale are the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs A Fallon =Mr and Mrs J F Mattingly and son Frank of Owensboro are the guests of Mr and MrsO B Mattingly HARD1NSBURG MAN GOT KISSED Charmed With Visit to Clover port But II L Staders In formation Will Disturb His Fond Recollec lions- HAPPENED IN THE DARK One night last week a prominent Breckenridge county jmn was here from Hardinthurg and upon his return home the next morning he very proudly bid at thecounty capital what happened to hint in Cloverport 1 My vsjt do thre last night was out of the ordinary I was at the station in a bis crowd and some woman slipped up behind me and kissed my cheek It occurred fo sud denly and was over so quickly I never could find out who thought so much of meSince H L Stader who is always at the station when the trains are due has told his information of the incident that Hardinsburg mans kissing story has dried up like an April shower Mr Stader says The person who did the kissing thought that man was her son w o had just returned from the armory liThe mistaken lady was as black as the ace of spades says Mr Stader Mr and Mrs Joe Fitch and son Jimmie went to Louisville Saturday They left there yesterday for West Virginia where they will spend several weeks the guests of relatives fNJOYA BLE RECITAL Too late for last week Mrs Withers recitals always draw n cowded house and the one on Tuesday night of lust week was greeted by an uuusually large and attentive audience and pronounced by all present to be in every respect the most delightful eve ningof music ever given in Hardins qurg Each year these recitals ate eagerly anticipated by our musical people and always measure up to the standard of excellence The program was can nIly selected finely arranged and faultlessly rendered The TopsyTurvy chorus added u wave of merriment and called forth great applause and laughter while The Japanese Maidens and the Good Night Drill were specially beautiful vith the glow of youth and childhood over all The chorus singing was ex ceptionally fine and every piece of music rendered was worthy of special mention Mrs Withers is untiring in her efforts and rich iu resources aud her talented pupils are always in demand in all musical entertainments given in our town She is an accomplished cultured Christian lady and the parents of her pupils are to ba congratulated having placed their children under her instruc tion and influence Great praise has been bestowed upon the four lundsotue little ushers H sward Hook Franklin Beard Ely Duvall and Fathaniel Shellman who on their first appearance at Mrs Withers recital to skillfully managed to seat the large crowd gathered at the Opera House The oriental stage decorations under the direction of Mrs M H Beard Mrs P M Beard and Mrs L B Reeves were pronounced by competent judges to be the most artistic ever seen in this place A Ra bbfWHistie Did you know that a short sharp whistle from the mouth would stop IIi rabbit It surely does Next time you see little Molly Cottontail leap from her burrow and make off dont shoot just whistle Whether from fear or curios ity I cannot tell but she will stop still in her tracks An antelope has beeu known to do likewise An African hunter once said that the elephant is the most timid of all animals and can be frightened into a cold sweat by u mysterious noise New York Press Those Consultations Why do they have consultations of physicians pa- Sometimes one doctor can think of something to operate for that hasnt occurred to the other Smart Set Not Always Well said the cannibal chief as hisi followers brought in the lean but plucky explorer who in blazes ever jald the bravest are the tenderest Princeton Tiger A New Orleans woman was thin Because she did not extract sufficient nourishment from her food She took Scotts Emulsion ResultShe a pound a day in weight ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 S GREAT CLEARANCE SHOE SALEIn order to make room for Fall Stock I will offer the public some great bargains in Footwear Mens Oxfords I One lot i5 values will go iu this Great Clearance Sale at One lot 150 valuing in this Gret Clear ance Sale at Ladies Misses and Chil drens Oxfords One lot S3 values go in this Clearance Sale at- One lot of S2 50 values KO in this Clearance Sale at One lot 2 values go InI this Clearance Sale at S235 215 t60 Ladies Mens Misses lOne this Sale Sale Sale this LI5 CONRAD SIPPELThe Shoe Man Cloverport Ky I How Youget YourWater There are Ways to It m- Are you using a modern hygienic laborsaving convenient method or do you use the windlass or or backbreaking pump in your well cistern and tote water pail from spring you are these unhandy uneconomical and unaatiffactorvif IIor think aboutit methods you will well investigate the System for Water Supply At a small first cost you can have this system installed in your home and after doing a few minutes work each morning it you fresh cool water flow direct from well cistern or spring to any part I is house desiredAll or premises by simply opening the the point where haveII work the day maybe done at ono time by n special air puiiip is easily operated with one hand I garding If you will system write us we will gladly furnish you full informationhandII l A MFGICO Cloverport Ky1 J Important Mr Jim W fiord an expert repair man is an addition to our jewel ry Bring your broken ches and Jewelry to I Severs Drug Co Henderson Route Notes Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Triennial Convention Sunday School Association Louisville Ky June 1823 For this occasion 3 round trip from Clov port June 14 15 16 17 and 18 Good to return June 26 Cloverport to Atlantic City and return July 30 Aug 0 Aug 13 good to return 15 days from date of sale Old Point Conifer t nd return from Cloverport 1550 Tic et to be sold July 15 anH Aug 1 good to return within 15 days including date of sale National Convention Prohibition Party Columbus 0 Reduced rates Columbus and return trout Cloverport account above occasion Tickets to be sold July 10 11 12 13 and 14 good returning July 24 Special Excursion June 27 50 round trip Cloverport to Louis leavesrLouisville 540 a m returning leaves Louisville 9 p m June 28 Fourth of July Rates Reduced fares for round trip 3 and 4 good to return July 6 Skull Fractured Chenault Ky June 22Special Quite a serious accitlent happened to James Owen Cunningham aged fifteen years Monday morning while and his brother Crafton were playing They became involved in little diffi culty Crafton struck his brother on the head fracturing his skull Dr D Sphire was called immediately and also Dr Kincheloe of Hardinsburg The boy is resting very well at this writing i rLot of u j Boys and Childrens Shoes lot 3 30 vnluts go iin Clearance at- One lot 3 values go in this Clearance Sale at Ore lot 2 f 0 values go in thie Clearance at One lot 2 winos go in this Clearance at- One lot SI1 50 values gin Clearance Stle at 265 225 200 160 r do Several Do rope in a your If using dI to Domestic enables to vavt nt for that our Ec department Wat 1 July he a and u I + + 1 WntSa K y + o+ 1 rlstdllwtown und depot Apply in till Newsulllce I FOR SAM PIUNlNU Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines UllsollnegllltltlusMAHlIN StrfJlJtfoulsvtlle CA HIENTEIt and latwrtrs winted atTiirSprings at once WANTFU To sell VWX feur of first rliss WrlloJ For Farm Gardenu Tobacco Distributes and Dry Pow der Paris Green to Per fection For Sale By McGlothlan Piggott Irvlngton Ky Agents for Breckenridge County Public Sale The undersigned as Administrator of the estate of Issac Blair deceased will on Saturday June 27 on the premises of the deceased near Balltown Ky sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder the ptrsonal property of de ceared also one half interest in corn mill TermsSale will be on a credit of 6 months notes with approved se curity except sums of 500 and under cash iu hind V Q Babbage Admr Mr l1 Taylor of Owensboro has been the guest of Mrs Mattie Collins for several day 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 A BIG BargainIi- i Childrens Brown Canvas SHOESSizes While They Last J C NOLTE BRO CLOVEKPOKT KY Cadick Milling Co liViO IA M A 11 I I I I IIInt fII Foundry Machine Boiler and Gasoline Boat Work Tin and Electrical work Wo carry n full line of Plum bers Supplies Mill1 Sup plies The best Paints and Floor Finishes Oils Greases Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Orderii I OneI I i It Cloverport Foundry I J Machine Co IL 4 1 JiI 25c This Refers To C A DICKS GOLD DUST4 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 suchI delicious bread cakes and piesJoin the happy throng that uses CADICKS GOLD i DUST FLOURI GrandviewIndiana j BANK OF CLOVERPORT Incorporated 1903 CapitalSurplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Sale Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones and we appreciate your business and influence Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVEWIORT KY rwtssqM F r CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL I GREGORY CO Proprietorsi Will do Custom Work i We sell Flooring Ceiling Cedar Shingle Laths Lime f JtJt- 1 Plaster Huh Doors and Windows Can make plans of building furnish all material and give estimate of cost Our Materiali is the Best and Prices Low Lr1A s1 rJs = i 1 Food Laws gg- llavo never affected our drinks In any way They were pureyj before we had Pure Food Laws n FOR SALE BY I mm1 1 i m ft C J Hensol Irvington J Duggins Earned Mat x- ft tin Kirkh N 11setts Co McQuady T G 1ti Morgan Co Stephonsport r Carr Bottling and Manufacturing I mHawesville Kentucky Worksii J F l MINE TIMBERS ii GThey Add Eight Cents to the Cost of Each Ton of Anthracite The cost of every ton of anthracite is Increased 8 cents by the expense of the mine timbers To supply those till bers says tho Vegetarian Magazine requires each year the product of ap proximately 150000 acres of forest Timber Is used for cross ties for tram roads in the main haulage ways as wooden rollers and as props A wet of gangway timber consists of two legs commonly nine or ten feet long and about thirteen inches In diameter and a collar six or seven feet long These sets uv placed on an average at Intervals Ilf five feet One gangway frequently ntains 1000 sets and ten gangways to a colliery Is not an un usualI numlxr The avtTitfi life of the timber Is banlly ulxnc two years Fortylive percent of the timbers are destroyed by decay while breakage wear and Insect destroy the remainder By peel Ing the timbers and properly seasoning them and especially by giving them a treatment in oils or chemical salts their length of service Is materially in creased 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 Dr Shoops Night Cure is sold by All Dealors The Marble and the Pencil The marble trick Is as old as the days of Aristotle Cross the middle and fore fingers and roll a marble between them The marble will feel Hue two because it is being felt In an unaccus tomed way If a pencil is drawn be tween the crossed fingers the one pen- cIl will feel like parallel bars The same illusion may be worked by plac ing the pencil between the lips and then moving the under lip to one sire causing the pencil to fool like two More curious than any of these Is the one where the forefinger is crossed over the little finger behind the other two and then applied to the end of the nose Not only can you feel two noses but one of them seems to be about an inch longer than the other This last sensation is caused by the tact that we do not ordinarily feel the edge of any object with these two fingers at the same time unless the part felt with the little finger projects boyond the part felt by the forefinger St Louis Republic Born In Iowa Our family were all born and raised in Iowa and have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy made at Des Moines for years We know how good it is from long experience in the use of it In fact when in ElpAO Texas the writers life was saved by the prompt use of this remedy We are now engaged in the mercantile business at Nurcoossee Fla and have introduced the remedy here It has prow n very successful and is constantly giowiug in favorEnnis Bros This remedy is for sale by Severs Drug Co- St Peters In Rome From the beginning of the founda tion to the time when the great church of St Peters in Rome could be said to be complete three and a half centuries had elapsed eighteen architects had been employed and fortythree popes had reigned The cost of the great church can never be known with exactness At the end of the seventeenth century It had cost 50000000 with out Including the sacristy bell towers etc The last important work on the edifice was done by Pope Pius IX on the four hundredth anniversary of the birth of Michelangelo New York American EpilepsyFits Convulsions or Spasms and St Vitus Dance are Nervous Diseases Most cases can be cured by strengthening and build systmuTocine is needed Dr Miles Nervine will be found efficacious and satisfac tory It has cured many cases of these diseases IIm and we believe it will cure you We can give you names of many who throughitsMy son John had epilepsy for years byitspells almost given up In despair but know ing the virtue of Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills for sick headache I concluded to try the Nervine During June 1906 1 gave him a teaspoonful three times a day then In July I gave it as directed and I could see that he was Improving and he has not had a spell since August 28 190C and has taken no medicine since Jan07 I am writing the case just as It Is hoping It will Induce others to try It W R ALLISON Mooresvllle N C Your druggist sells Or Miles Nerv Ine and we authorize him to return prIce of first bottle only If It falls to benefit your Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind S PATRICK HENRY A Saint In Religious Matters but Dif ferent In Politics The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography has a number of let ters by Roger Atkinson a Virginia planter who came from Cumberland England about 1750 and settled near Petersburg To his brothorinlnw Samuel Pleasant of Ihil idelphlii hlI VIIlnil18sates to the first Philadelphia congress The spirit of the man is shrewd but obviously not reverential Yc 3d gentleman Colo Washington was bred a soldier a warrior distinguished himself in early lifo before at ye Death of ye unfortunnto but Intrepid Braddock Ho is n modest man but sensible speaks littleIn action cool like a Blsiop at his prayer The 4th a real half Quaker Patrick Henry your Brothers man moderate mUd In religious matter a Saint but ye very Devil in Politicks a son of thunderBoanErgeathe Patriotic Farmer will explain thlsl know It Is above your Thumbs Ho will shake ye Senate Some years ago had lIke to have talked Treason in ye House in those times a very useful man n notable American very stern steady in his countrys cause at ye same time such a fool that 1 verily believe it wd puzzle oven n king to buy him off hes a second Shippou oh that he had the handling of some of our Court iers for instance was it North or South Scotrh English or Welsh ye poor Irish have enough of it In their own country our Patrick wd certain ly be very uncivil he is no Macaroni DeWItti Little Early Risers the famous little liver pills are sold by nil druggists Buckinghams Pranks After the defeat and flight of Charles I the daredevil Duke of Buckingham disguised Ihlmsolf as a mountebank set up a stage In the heart of London and for days laughed In the faces of the stern Puritans who were thirsting for his life One day when his own sister the beautiful Duchess of Rich mond was pasbiag the jocular duke set the mob on to drag her from her carriage They forced her to witness the pranks of her brother whom slip recognized but could not betray More Important Teas new doesnt seem so quick to deny her ape AS she used to bo 1 less No Shes got very stout lately Toss What has that to do with It los it takes nil her time now to deny her weight Philadelphia Press The Twins- CholmondeleyYou and your sister ire twins are you not 7 Marjorlbnnks Wo were when we wore children Now however she is five years young sr than I London TitBits Big cuts or little cuts small scratches or bruises or big ones are healed quickly by DftWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is especially good for piles Be sure to get DeWitts Sold by all druggists A Problem In Numbers No one is known to have succeeded in finding two integral numbers such that the sum of their cubes would pro duce the cube of a whole number The cubes of the first ten numbers give the following series lS2704125iiG313 5127291000 This series may be prolonged indefinitely The problem would then be to find two members of the series such that their sum Is just equal to another member Adding 125 and 210 wo get 341 which is certainly pretty close to 343 Again adding 210 and 512 we obtain 728 which is with in a single unit of 729 another member of the series Another example of be ling very close but not exact is that 729 plus 1000 gives 1729 which Is but a single unit more than 1728 the cube of 12 It will thus be seen that the first twelve cubes yield two cases whore the approximation is but a unit out of the way As the possible cubes are Infinite In number it may seem worth while to prosecute the search Scientific American Trapped by Its Portrait If an old English writer be true in his observations the pheasant must be a very simple bird for he declares that it puts its head in the ground and thinks that all its body Is then hidden The same author says that It was also captured by another curious plan A picture of the bird was painted on cloth and then placed in a spot where it was sure of being seen By and by a silly pheasant coming along catches sight of the portrait and goes up to have a close view of the new neighbor While engaged in Inspecting the can vas the fowler draws near from behind and throws his net over tho unwary art student The Dangers of Riches More men have been ruined by afflu once and its consequent temptations than have over been wrecked on tilt rock of poverty To tho rich man duty often loses its imperative voice and he tampers with its calms and neglects Its fulfillment while all the time he Is breeding greed and selfishness in his heart to the defilement of his whole life Against all this and much more tho man of relative poverty is defend ed and keptStrand Magazine Practical Sympathy A gentleman was one day relating to a Quaker a talo of deep distress and concluded by saying I could not but feel for him Verily friend replied the Quaker thou didst right in that thou didst feel for thy neighbor but didst thou feel in the right place Didst thou feel In thy pocket FLOATING IN THE AIR f The Impression on Ascending In a Free Balloon One of the first questions which I am usually asked by persons seeking In formation about balloons Is What IIs the sensation of going up In n balloon writes Captain C DeF Chandler U S A I will anticipate this same in quiry of the renders of this article an state for their Information that in a free balloon II have not noticed any pe culiar physical sensation which can be described It would bo like trying to describe standing still as a sensation Tho Impression on ascending In n free balloon Is more an optical illusion The ascent is so slow and gentle that It cannot be felt and ono has tho impres sion thitt the balloon Is motionless and the earth gradually dropping away All the noises and shouts of the people be come fainter maul die out As the alti tude increases hills aQd valleys are not apparent and the earth seems flat like a beautiful colored map showing cul tivated fields forests etc The greater part of the time n balloon Is moving either up or down but the motion Is not apparent and it requires a statoscope to Indicate whether the balloon Is ascending or descending If a considerable change of altitude Is wade in n short time the difference In air pressure may be felt on the ear drums In descending even quite rap- Idly I have never had any sensation of fulling Journal of Military Service The Bath of the Future The bath of the next century says T Baron Kussell In his book A Hundred Years nonce will lave the body speedily with oxygenated water delivered with a force that will render rubbing unnecessary and beside It will stand tho drying cupboard lined with some quickly moving arrange ment of soft brushes and fed with a highly desiccated air from which al most in a moment the bather will emerge dried and with a skin gently stimulated and perhaps electrified to clothe himself quickly and pass down the lift to his breakfast which he will eat to the accompaniment of a sum mary of the mornings news rend out for the benefit of the family or whis pored into his ears by a talking ma chine You Never Lan Tell just exactly the cause of your rheuma tism but you know you have it Do you know that Ballards Snow Liniment will cure itrelieves the painreduces- the swelling and limbers the joints and muscles so that you will be as active and well as you ever were Price 25C 50c and X1001 Sold by A R Fisher Marital Punishment- So you have had It out with your wife How dill you manage It Took her up In McLemores cove There there Is tho most remarkable echo In the world How dill that cure her What did the echo hun to do with her malady The echo hud the lust wordNew Yoi k Press Men Are So Unreasonable The young wife cannot understand why if slit only hits a vase of fresh flowers on the table at breakfast her husband should Iud fault Just because the steak Is IIIIIllSonltllIle Journal IADifferent March School Inspector Not children what IIs It that comes In like isi lion and Burs out like a lamb Small Ctrl Please sir Its zither when mother has been giving him u talking to London Express The vortifis full of men and women who do nothing They generally Im pose on some one who works too munch Atchlsoii Globe Buckleas Arnica Salve Wins Tom Moore of Rural Route 1 Cochran Ga writes I had a bad sore come on the instep of my foot and could find nothing that would heal it nail I ap plied Bucklens Arnica Salve Less than half of a 25 cent box won the day for me by affecting n perfect cure Sold under a guarantee at Severs Drug Co She Said So Anyway I The young man who was endeavor Ing to win the favor of Bobbys pretty sister met the boy on the street one morning and greeted him with much cordialityErdo you think your sister was pleased to know I bad called tho other day he was at last forced to ask bluntly after several efforts to guide Bobbys conversation In that direction Sure said Bobby with gratifying promptness I know she was 1I heard her say BO When she came homo mother said Mr Brown called while you were out and she said Ho did Well Im glad CompanIonI Ink on Leather For ink spots on leather chairs wash tho spots with milk renewing the milk till it Is no longer stained and the spot on the leather has disappeared Then wash the leather with warm wa ter and when dry polish It with a very little linseed oil and vinegar mixed In equal parts Tho ink stain should be removed as quickly as possible for If allowed to dry and harden It is doubt ful whether you will ever be able to entirely remove It A Better Authority Young HusbandMy dear Jemima I must say that this pudding tastes very bad WifeAll your Imagination dear The cookery book says that it tastes ixcollentl London Telegraph I fThef Bank of Hardinsburgand Trust Company lLI JJB F BEARDPresident M IL BEARD 1iierdPAUL COMPTON i Assistant CnshierI per cent on time more Three per cent as much as the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely payL1BASEBALL UMPIRES Kicking on Their Decisione Is as CM as the Game Much has been sold HUt written about tin habit that bull players leave and apparently cannot break themselves of entirely of disputing deri sloes of the umpire The practice date back for many years As far back na 1SCO In an account of a game between the famous Atlnntics of Brooklyn and the Excelsiors there appeared the fol lowing We hope to see the boys play of dis puting over the decision of umpires entirely done away with Many years have passed snco that was written and the players still dis pute what In some quarters ii is ar gued should be the sacred decisions of the judges of play Nowadays the best umpires In the game make allowance for the state of mind a player Is in while engaged in a close contest The following extract is from a New York paper printed In 1S07 Kelly says that Pecks dummy has created quite an excitement on Ann street Dressed In a full baseball rig he looks quite natty Scoficld of the Haymakers did think about bringing the figure over to the Union grounds to act as umpire in the Haymakers Eckford game yesterday but a young man named Monoll was found who an swered nearly as wellNew York Tribune Dont use harsh physics The reac tion weakens the bowels leads to chronic constipation Get Doans Regulets They operate easily acne the stomach cure constipation Self Satisfied Look at the self satisfied dub Now pos1sessjWell that of being easily pleased Louisville CourierJournal Three Feet and a Yard The trouble with buying residence property by the front foot Is that it requires considerably more than three feet to make a presentable yard Kansas City Star If money didnt talk some poope I would never be heard of Philadelphia Telegraph DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are prompt and thorough and will in a very short time strengthen the weaken arlsfngfromare recommended everywhere Sold by all druggists Whales The largest of all mammals are not the elephants but the whales A large elephant ellabout six tons but the largest whale reaches the immense weight of iO tons and wotd furnish four carload + of ttesh and blubber About forty different kinds of whale and dolphin are Known nnd although they lire in the open sell rnd ook Ike fish they are not fish at all but are true mammnls breathing air and feed Ing their young on milk like cows and horses The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In thl ountry most dangerous because so decep tlve Many sudden deaths are caused by itheart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexv are often the result of kidney disease iI kidney trouble is al lowed to advance blood will attack the vital organs or the ddneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from derangement of the kidneys and cure Is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy- It corrects inability to hold urine and scald Ing pain in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In fiftycent and onedollar mayhavethis wonderful new dis covery and a book that tells all about It both HomeofBmunpKoot sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper Dont makoany mistake but remember th name BwampItoot Dr Kilmers SwampII Boot and the address Binghamton on orr bottle t- I Capital 50000 Surplus 5000 i i I t a i n DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Richardson M Kincheloo Robertson tfeurd ii3 depositsno managed th- tkidneypoisoned ee8 eowaWSi iFirst State Bankii IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WlBJP VictPreslden H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time 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telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost SouthernillinoisMississippiandand satisfactory communication with the people this great section of country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed E CALDWELL President LELAND HUME- GeneraL Manager A Great Man Father said little folio what Is It great man A great man my son is who manages to gather about him a whole lot of assistants who will take blame for his mistakes while ho gets credit for their good ideas So Chilly- I feel said tho Boston girl that I have been on earth before in some remote period The glacial maybe ventured the reckless man Louisville Cour1e 1CM1 anal D S Dr A C V B F is in on am West Baden 264 D G A US ono the the To 3 20 II 2 56 2 76 2 48 The most centrally located ard firstclass hotel in the Jclty 300 rate Only one block from the and two blocks from the theatres tStreet cars pass thedoor to all pans Iof the I tI of the t F 4 T 0 WEBB Treatiutt I W HUNTER JrIStomach 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 disordered and when the stomach goes wrong take Kodol This is the best known preparation that is offered to the people today for dys pepsia or indigestion or any trouble Ifodol digests all stomachll pleasant to take It is sold by all druggists 1 CHOSE OF BUD ROUE Businesslike Methods Not Used In Highway Construction THE RIGHT SYSTEM LACKING Road Bosses Should Be Removed From Politics and Made to Pass an Ex amination Showing Their Efficiency Change Needed In Road Laws A back numberthe bad country road Is a back number It Is as much out of place and date as the grain cra dle or flail thrasher They had bad roads away back In grandfathers time ever since people began to travel to haul stuff In modern narrow tired wagons They had good roads away back In Caesars time In the old world What progress have we made In road building Very little Over three fourths of all the miles of country roads In the midwest are still unim proved says the Agricultural South west In most states 00 per cent would be more nearly correct Of course every bit of road gets Its annual tear ing up by the road officials who draw a salary for calling It road Improve mentWhy Is It thus Theres a reason why country roads are bad Cant lay it to the weather or the road material either As one farmer says I have seen In twentythree years hundrcdof thousands of dollars of taxpayers money expended on the roads In town and country but after all our roads are still as bad as ever As bad as ever What a comment to make upon the appearance of country homes had It been said that the farms had not been Improved In twentythree years But no the farms have improved the towns have grown and business places are better than they were twenty three years ago but the country roads are as bad as ever after spending fortunes upon them The reason Is this road building Is not done In the same businesslike manner as other things are managed We have seen the creamery come Into existence We have seen the skilled buttermaker turning out carloads of butter finer than that made by the farmers before the creameries took the job off their hands Science and business methods have made the change in buttcrmaking But the roads are as bad as ever because It Is a farmers Job to be done when It suits his convenience It is done by men who have never studied the sci ence of road building It is done in a hit and miss method devoid of business principles This is why hundreds of thousands of the taxpayers money have failed to make the roads any better t And again we say it Is not because of 1 bad weather or poor road building material The buttermaker takes hal cream and makes pretty good butter from it because ho knows how Of course he could do better with good cream Likewise the skilled road builder can make good roads out of Just plain country dirt because he knows how Of course he could do better with crushed rock and nil of that It Is not a scarcity of money o- rHER fH WRE SOREANU CRACKED Soles Seemed as Though Covered with Knife CutsCould Not Bear Weight of Feet Even on Pillow Was Long Unable to WalkMany Remedies FailedNow Cured S WILL PRAISE CUTICURA AS LONG AS SHE LIVES agoII Some four years had the mis fortune to iave my feet got sore The doctors could not tell me what it was I used everything I could hear or think of but all to no avail The feet were all cracked across the bottom as if you had taken a knife and cut them every whlchway They would peel up and oh mylI how thoy did hurt when I would try to walkwhich I was not able to do for a long time One day one of our neighbors came to our house and asked what was the matter I showed him my feet and ho said he had some Cutlcura Ointment which would heal them up There was only enough to apply once but I found It helped me so much that I sent for a set of Cutlcura Soap Cuticura Ointmentand Cuticura Pills costing one dollar and to my great joy my feet were cured and have never troubled me since I shall praise Cuticura as long as I live lor toe great help It has been Mrs Margaret Primmer Plattin Mo Juno 30 and July 211- 007I3CZI3MAS And Other Itching Torturing Humors Cured by Cuticura Warm baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle anointings with Cuticura Oint ment afford Instant relief in tho most dis tressing forms of Itching burning scaly crusted humors ecze mas rashesInflam mattons irritations- and chaflngs of and childhood perm rest and sleep and point to a speedy and permanent cure in tho majority of cases when all other remedies fall Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every tumor of Infanta Children and Adults consists of CUUcura Soap 2I1c to Cleanse the SkIn CUUcura Ointment 150c to Ileal the Skin ana Cuticura Resolvent 50corln the form ofChocolate ChemyllasaJon Skin Diseases I t I suffering for seven yearsII IAfter Plnkhams was restored Vegetable to health Compound Rend her letter Mrs Sallio French of Paucaunla Ind Ter writes to Mrs Pinkham I had female troubles for seven yearswas all rundown and so ner vous I could not do anything The doctors treated me for different troubles but did me no good While in this con dition I wrote to Mrs Pinkham for ad vice and tools Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound and I am now strong and wel- lFACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills and has positively cured thousands oj womenwho have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulcera tion fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear ingdown feeling flatulencyindiges tiondizzinessornervous prostration Why dont you try it Dont hesitate to write to IJIrsl Pinkham if there is anything about your sickness you do not understand She will treat your letter ineonfidence nndadviseyou free No woman ever regretted writing her nnd because of her vast experience she has helped thousands Address Lynn Mass of material but u rock or the ngnt ays tern that is responsible for bad roads Dollar for dollarwhat we want to see is a dollars worth of good roads for a dollar spent in road tax And why not have it Isnt it about time to quit pouring money into n mud hole Most roads could have been nicely paved with the dollars they have cost since first out Wheregone has that money Dont cry graft Of course there has been too much politics ah politics theres the rubbut there has been no political graft to speak of in connection with country roads The trouble is the sys tem is and has been wrong Road building is for the public good Just as mall carrying Is The mall carriers are under civil service out of politics entirely They are paid for knowing their business They must give a dollars worth of service for a dollar in pay Why not handle the road problem that way Remove the road boss from politics and make him pass an examination showing his efficiency Keep him just as long as he does his work well Then you will see good dirt roads wherever there is nothing better Enough money will soon be saved in road tax to macadamize every mile of the main traveled country roadsA farmer would be foolish to go ahead with a large Job of tiling with out having the whole thing mapped out and levels established by some one capable of doing It Then he would be equally foolish should he not study the capacity of tile needed to drain the area Intended It Is good business sense for him to hire a competent surveyor or ditcher Just one tile put In wrong will ruin the whole plan of drainage But that same farmer will pay money every year In road tax and let men who know nothing about road building squander the money It is time this foolishness was stopped- It will be stopped when the farmers who pay the money and who use the roads get together and demand a change of system demand that It be eliminated from politics demand that the road laws be changed from anti quated forms to suit the needs of a progressive age of business sense Good Road Requisites D Ward King the original road drag man says there are three requl sites for a good roadIt must be oval hard and smooth because all three of these conditions are necessary to se cure drainage Without drainage the best road soon goes to pieces MAYFLOWER TEAPOTS A Warning That May Prove of Value to Relic Hunters- It may be trusted that no lineal de scendent of the pilgrims would and no other person foolishly should ever claim to have or to have seen a teapot that had come over on the Mayflower Whatever other articles in whatever number may be treasured as parts of the sacred cargo that was landed at Plymouth rock In 1020 relic hunters may rest In the assurance that no rival owns a teapot of Mayflower descent The explanation is simple When the Mayflower sailed for America an ounce of tea was rare enough to have made up a fitting gift for royalty Yet forty years later the wealthy and fashion able people of England were fairly fa miliar with tea which the East India company had first brought Into the country and four years later It was on sale in the coffee houses at which time a pound might be purchased for the moderate sum of 00 shillings Only twentyfive years later tea was on sale in Boston and soon after there were two tea houses besides those kept by Daniel Vernon afed Benjamin Har I ris In the first decade of the eight r 1 eenth century it could bo bought from Zabdill Bolton at his apothecary shop Today the coffee houses of a hundred years ago in London are In reality ten houses In England were made the first teapots of pottery Later the most delicate creations in porcelain appeared but as tea became popular the art of the teapot maker was less exclusively refinedBoston Globe Poor Milk is often thoughtto be responsible for an infants loss in weight or general poor health The cause usually is that the child has worms They get the uour shment in the food and the baby starves actually starves Whites Vermifuge expels the worms and nourishes the child sure and Hafe Pr ce 25 cents Sold lhy A K Fisher DARING BELL RINGERS Pranks of the Athletic Young Span iards of Seville There Is a curious custom among the young Spaniards of the city Of Seville On certain fete days related a tourist the young men of the place have per mission to ring the hells In the clock towers of the cathedral They have an ingenious and original way of ringing them While the regular bell ringers repose these amateurs climb up on to the bells throw them forward with all their force and ride upon the bells in their furious swinging to and fro We may Imagine what an uproar Is pro duced when all the bells of a cathedral are being treated in this manner Any man who is able may exercise his skill and the duration of the ringing de pends upon the caprice or the strength and patience of the ringers The spectacle is very strange of the great bells swinging with one two or moro bold ringers hanging from them in any attitude which seems to them best adapted to pushing out the most noise In the Glralda at Seville the first time I witnessed this the clamor was frightful When I looked up I thought at first some unfortunate was entangled in the bell rope but I soon found it was a matter of sport An other ringer appeared suspended in the air holding the bell by the ears or the rim or the wooden framework and fol lowing it in all its movements some times feet sometimes head downward Such are the daring bell ringers of Seville The Big Head Is of two kindsconceit and the big head 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 The Egyptian Mummy Egyptologists have discovered that among the ancient Egyptians the Invi olate preservation of the body was deemed absolutely essential to time cor poreal resurrection of the dead Ac cording to tin teaching of the Egyptian priests the living hull consisted of a body a soul an Intclll cnco timid an ap pearance called Ki Dcnth separat ed these four parts which must ulti mately be reunited for nil eternity Between denth on urth and life ever lasting there Intervened a period of several thousand years during which season the surd performed a painful probationary pilgrimage through the underworld The body In order that It should await Intact the return of the soul must meanwhile be guarded from all corruption hence the custom of embalming Thinks It Saved Ills Life Lester 1l Nelson of Naples Maine says in a recent letter I have ustd Dr Kings New Discovery many years for coughs and colds and I think it saved my life I have found it a reliable rem edy for throat and lung complaints and would no more be without a bottle than I would he without food tIFor 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 Cu 50c and 100 Trial bottle free ARTISTIC TASTE In This the French Are First and the Irish Com Next Artistic taste is due to temperament and where this exists the simplest ma terials lend themselves to artistic com binations and beautiful effects The French excel in dainty graceful designs because of their volatile mirth loving temperaments The Germans can never reach these heights because their temperaments are Just the re verso while It has been proved In sev eral workrooms that next to the French the Irish temperament is the most artistic The more artistic the general train ing of a person the more ready are they to appreciate and profit by the fine orojtuctlnna of others hence we KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery II FOR COUCH IEEDo100 ITrial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TftOUDLES GUARANTEED SATISFAcnOR OR MONEY REFUNDED V Wu V W WV Aa iIoL y 1III rlI IBankrupt Sale r IIIn the District Court of the United States for the West District of Kentucky Owensboro Division IIern Bankrupt of Dieckman BrothersIn Bankruptcy to an order of Court as trustee of the above named estate I IIPersuant Saturdy July II 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 I withIat each one twohorse road wagon appraised at 25 one top buggy appraised at 25 one Oliver typewriter I 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 and stock in Roberts Bottom Telephone line harness etc The real estate at Stephensport Ky consists of two lots adjoining each other one 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 and about two acres of ground and the other lot thejremainder of the ground These boundaries will be more accurately given on the day of sale Thismill is in firstclass condition equipped with scales and everything necessary to at once get up steam and 450000Thean lundi 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 ofjtho appraised value of 96 I realizingIJ I Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co TRUSTEE Hardinsburg Kentucky AIr 1IJ 1W r Mft 11 1VtnA I are glad to see and grateful for the privilege of studying the models brought from Paris each season by Un enterprising Importers Twentyfive years ago In Paris anti London the houses that catered toI America and the colonies put aside for this trade any designs that were too extreme or screaming for the fastid ious home buyers says the Millinery Trade Review nut times have changed and time American woman Is now considered the best dressed In the world and the leaders of American society are the women who dictate quite as much as the elite of France No Need Of Suffering From Rheumatism It is a mistake to allow rheumatism to become chronic as the pain can always be relieved and in most cases a cure effected byappyiugChamberlains Pain Balm The relief from pain which it affords is alone worth many times its costIt makes sleep and rest possible Even In cases of long standing this liniment should be used on account of the relief which it affords 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by Severs Drug Co Man and His Tailor A man can be measured to too best advantage tailors say away from a glass Standing before a mirror he is almost certain to throw out his chest If ho does not habitually carry it so and take an attitude that he would like to have rather than the one he commonly holds whereas the tailor wants him as the portrait painter wants his subject In his natural pose and manner With the man In that at titude the tailor can bring his art to bear If that is required in the over coming of any physical defect and pro duce clothes that will give the best at tamable effect upon the figure as they will be actually wornNew York Sun Tonight- If you would enjoy toworrow take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets tonight They produce anagreeable laxative effect clear the head and cleanse the stomach Price 25 cents Samples free at Severs Drug Co i Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees 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 aud let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together enablingbuyersJno D Babbage Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Well located louts for 5 per month 1750 155 acres on tlurdlnsbure and 4 Mulls ot Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwehing and a good MRI barn t+o acres to oak and beech timber Thu oak timber Is good tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can be hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and lull Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plenty Rood water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments Felt SALEA splendId stand for u druggist physician In a Rood town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This Is just stepIntoAn old established physician wants to retire Is the reason for soiling Kor further partic ulars address JNO D RAIiBAGE Clover port Ky Ci 950 352 acres on Uardlnsburg and DO Fails of Sinking road 2 miles unostorydwalllusblacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 223 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water tho year round Onethird cash and good easy terms on balance 60015 acres situated IK miles from Joins Oabe Pierce o land In good shape good lenclug one good dwel lltuc house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn pondsThisacres In timber white oak sugar tree and beech balance cleared Plenty of good fruit Good road to StepnenaportSK miles and good road to Molt 1V4 miles This farm Is not worn out It Is good land and In good mix Just the farm for a man with a small family 163 t onCloverportprovements tJroom dwelllnl barn Sx36 feetand othor acresingrassbalunceTwoneverGoodlimestone andwhoRtOnethtrdcash balance on easy terms 850 010verportf IImalldwellingshouse andcorn andtIsulphurstlrlng Inwoods20000eu315 there are farmtimberThisIs a good bargain for some man who wants asmall farm Sales 6000 A Year storehouseyearPostabout 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with goodbusiness AGEI I i u Wd 4 irwww rM AANr1w COMINGW t t NEW I ITHEI C SHOWII Saturday June 27 I I BiggerlandPrices always the same 25c 35c and n 5ocI Dont Miss It Dont Miss wwM wwA + ItIJVt MrwM IJ1IIIIIJ DUKES Mts Clint Bivins is able to be out levjeralMrs lichard Sapp is on the sick 1 lilt Mrs Add Philips and son Ivory r turned to their home at Friday after a several days visit with her mother Mrs Elizabeth Dunn Mrs Dan Alsip and little gran daughter Virginia of Hawesville visiting her daughter Mrs Ellen BashamClifton Corley of Patesville visite friends in this community Sunday Miss Mabel Hall returned home Saturday after a pleasant visit with friends at Gatewood Miss Carrie livens returned home Wednesday after several days visit witht relatives at Cannel ton Eugene Basham attended the party c at Miss Tula Lambs of Patesville Saturday J night Ernest Evans went to Tar Springs J ThurdaycCarl Lambert of Gatewood spent Wedneadav with Emmett HallII I I Clarence Dunley of wasi the guest of Roy Sapp SundatMiss Tula Lamb of Patesville spent Sunday with Flora Newbury- Mr and Mrs F O Bennett and sont spent Saturday and Sunday of InstIe iI week with relatives at Patesvillcloi Muses Peurl and Anna Lee Basha spent Monday in Patusville the guest of i I IMissesII j tended church at Patesville Sunday evening ikied Buzz rd i I Fur several mi nules Sunday a belled i buzzrrdKns flyingHrund ne r the residmce of J R LHtiilreth n ar HarlIinsburg Haring the noise of the bell I j Mr Landreth left the house exj ectlng to find some bodys stock in the fieldII f but investigation located the bell tones I i overhead Will the heller of the buzzard please report when and where he turned the kird looseSlI p The Publishers I l Claims Sustained UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS The PubllRlicrs of Webster International Dictionary iilkKO that It is in facttbo popuVI fcVi overdetailthe of adapting it to meet the larger VIandttonWo are of tho opinion that this allegation most clearly and accurately describes the work that lias been accomplished and the result tbuthuutxjouirachcd The Dictionary as it now stands has been thoroughly reedited In every detail has been corrected in every part and la admirably adapted to meettitthe larger and severer requirements of a generation which demands more of popular philological knowledge than any generation StItto tho dictionary in our judicial work as of dellnl rJtloni1ndwill bo the source of constant reference CHAIILES f 2 OTT Chief Justice JVfLAWIlKNTf WELDOX 0tiTANTONCUAluEi 1J linwnv frodiNThe above refers to WEDSTERS and INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY St THE GRAND PRIZE tho highestWorldsIgiven to Intcrna tionol at tho Pair St Louis GET THE LATEST AND BEST p GC freeyouMERRIAM CO ItPUBLISHERS I I SPRINGFIELD MASS k p m I IRVINGTON Continued from Page One Big Spring for a visit to relatives and attend the Shumute Spalding wedding Wednesdaye24 at 3 oclock roMrs C C Smith and daughter Miss Nellie Smith returned Tuesday from thae Dalis1 Mr and Mrs Charlie Hawes have re turned from Owensboro who have been MrsdaMIssLouisville where she has beeeattending school for the past year and is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs JohnI Nevitt teethe summer WMrBranch came down Saturday and spen over Sunday the guest of Mr and Mrs F H McGehee Mrs Susie Simmons and daughter Jennie Mae BrandenburgJare visitors of her daughter Mrs F H Earringtou The ladies of the Baptist church will have an open meeting on Tuesday of June 30 at the church My child was burned terribly about this the face neck and chest I applied Dr Thomas Electric Oil The pain ctasatand the child sank into a restful- i Hamm Iburg her Mr Dutschke III Word has reached here that Mr August Dutschke is critically illat his home at LodiburxII Cant look well eat well or feel well bodyKeepBitters Hat simply take exercisekeep clean and you will leave long lif to W hirehouselawsonUJ Particulars of the WhitehoaseLaw wedding will be given next week Among those from a distance were the grooms father and sister Mr James Lawson and Miss Lydia Lawson in L liST L TIME TABLE mAST BODNDi No 118 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloveroort 507 AM stop at Irvlngton and Westbtotonly arrive at Louisville 12SA M no ill TalllIIal1 ana lxPcBIleaves CIa 1004A M stops at all way stations nrrires Louisville I45 p m Train No 114 Dally fast mall leaves Clo 450 p m stops at an way stations drlLmrlitvUleaccommodation I WEST BOUND SONo141I leaves Cloverport 600 a m stops at all way N arrives Evansvllle 900 Train No 111 Dally fast man amDexpress r leaves Cloverport 1105 a m stops only at Hawesville retsport Maceo Owensboro anley Ifenderton and Evansville Bt Louts 750 p mcTrain No 113 Mall and Express dally ar Cloverport 740 p m Eva SYilie 10r30 atm Stops at all stations No 115 dally St Louis fast train leavesClo 1166 Pbf arrives Evansvllle 135 A St Louts i40 A M stops at Ilawosv111e falOhairand Evansvllle Through stooping cars and free reclining chair cars on trains 115e116 between Louisville Evansville Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Sunday loaves ordsvllle 500 n rrlVes Irvington 840 am Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fords villa 3 Mp m arrives Irvington 520 mTrain No6 Sunday only Fords vlllefl30 am Irvington 903 amWEST BOUND Train No3 Daily except Sunday leaves Irvington 1100 a m arrives Fordsvllle 845 mTrain No5 Daily leaves JrvI Dgton 1150 p arrives Kordsvflle 1015 pm OVERTAXED Hundreds Of Cloverport Readers Know What It Means The kidneys are overtaxed Have too much to do They tell about it in many aches and Ipalns Backache sideacho headache Earlv symptoms of kidney ills Urinary troubles diabetes Bright disease follow Thomas T Duff living on Main St Elizabethtown Ky says Some two or three years ago I began to cuff painII across the small of my back which continued to grow worse and as n man of my occupation is forced to do a gre deal of stooping it aggravated the trouble 1 tried various plasters but they did not give me the slightest relief I then saw Doaus Pills advertised and as they were highly recommended I pro cured a box Theywent right to the cause of the trouble and a short use resulted in a complete cure Above I statement was given On April 9th 1903 The Cure Proved Permanent Mr Duff confirmed what he had pre viously said regarding Doans Kidney Pills on June 13 1907 in the following words Since Doans Kidney Pills cured me some time agoI have riot had a return of the trouble and cheerfully give Doaus Kidney Pills my heartiest le commendation For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole auents for the United States Remember the natne Deans and take no other RAYMOND Mr S A Stiff and Mrs OttSs StiffII and children attended the burial of Mrs Luby Adkisson at Walnut Grove on lastII Saturday Henry Cashman agent for J Venrie R Son was in the Garfield neighborhood last week selling stones He sold one fine monument to be erected at the grave of Mr Eupratns Board Mr and Mrs Clint Philpot and B children spent Sunday at Robert Norlons Lodiburg Mr and Mrs Ezra Layman of Union Star visited his Mr and Mrs 11JWm Chappell and Henry Cashman in Irvington Monday Mrs Sallie Eubank ajrl bright little thistneighborhoodMMrs Emma Rhodes is visiting her sister Mrs Margaret Cashman Mesdames Charlie Avitt and Jerrr Basham went to Irvington last Satur = day Mr and Mrs EllisStiff and daughter Esther of Brandenburg visited her parents Mr and Mrs Robert Raiser at place Saturday L TPollock was at JBDutschkes Webster last Sunday 1m After spending several days with her brother Miss Clara Macy returned to home at Garfield last Thursday wilastrwwithKingsbury Items Worth Many Times The Price Dear Mr Babbage I asked my wife i what about renewing our subscription ithe Breckenridge News Hurry and renew before it expires for IIf I cant do without itt and there is Allen UWtimesnews from Old Cloverport1 was herII reply and this settled it and here is your dollar Our regards to all our ndsIi t W I IWJGlendale The Best PUts flyer Sold uwi u After doctoring 15 years for chronicI indigestion and spending over two hun dollars nothing has dons me as much good as Dr Kings New life Pills i consider them the best pills ever 1m1 writes B F Ayscue of InglesideC Sold under a guarantee at Severs I Co 25c 1 Appointment To Hopkinsvflle iL L ii- S A Pate has been appointed Stuart 1 Hopkinsville Asylum The appoint 1 mJJtake1 will move to Hopkinsville where they will make their home tour 1 H1TES1 RUN Adrain and Lewis Walker were visitors of Paul Allen and Carl Howard Satur day night Mr and Mrs Chris Sahlie and little daughter were the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs D L Johnson Sunday Mrs Elizabeth Chapin and grand daughter Maud are on the sick list Felix Miller went to Stephensport Sunday to visit friends Mrs Clarence Miller and daughter Lula Mr and Mrs Wave Miller and their little daughter Katie B visited in Cloverpprt Saturday night Miss Letitia Chapin who has been visiting in Glendale Ohio has gone to Indianapolis Ind to be with her taunt Miss Irene Elder went to Hardins burg Sunday Miss Emma Blythe returned lost week from Irvington after a two weeks visit to her uncle Mr and Mrs Tom Blythe A telegram was received Saturday stating the death of Mrs Nannie J Huckeby who died at her home in Florida Jack Burdette was the guest of Miss Ida Waggoner at Irvington Sun day Mr and Mrs Spotts of Ill visited Mr and Mrs J B Smart last week Mr and Mrs Walker of Mattingly were the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Nelson Miller Saturday and SundayFarmers are almost done planting corn and tobacco C D Payne went to Harned Sunday Wave Elder of Stephensport visited his uncle Frank Walker Sunday Miss Ora Chapin visited Mrs A L Howard and Mrs James Chapin Satur day and Saturday night I Miss Drew Gregory returned to her home in Cloverport Saturday after a weeks visit to Miss Viola Chapin Miss Stella Walker was the guest of Miss Flora Walker Sunday and attend ed Sunday School and was accompanied home by James and Will Waggoner Alton Mattingly called to see Miss ulah Thurman Sunday before she left for Cloverport to spend a few weeksThe home of Mr and Mrs Cleveland was made happy Saturday June the 13th by the arrival of a fine baby I girlWheat harvest is on hands now and Bob White will have a good time Mrand Mrs J ESmith and children aggie and Milton spent the day with her sister Mrs Chas Chapin Sunday Miss Esther Hall is visiting in Holt MEMBER 54TH CONGRESS US I Recommends Peruna l Peruna l us A- Healthful I I Tonic i And SuccessfulCatarrh CatarrhRemedy HON W E ANDREWS Nebraska has furnished to our National Congress some of tho brightest minds that have ever adorntd that groat national legislature Men of push and fire rf men of great oratorical and Intollectual resources men who have done much to shape tho destinies of the great western section of our country Among those modern statesmen of that versatile American type is Hon W E Andrews of Hastings Nebraska Hon Andrews was formerly Vice President of Hastings College and established an excellent record all apromulgator of public education before ho became a member of Congress Speaking of PemnaTio says cheerfullyrecommend thepreparation Peruna as a healthful tonic and a successful remedy for ca tarrh in its various forms Hon W E Andrews IHon Thomas Calo who was elected to I Congress from Alaska is well known- on the Pacific slopo where ho has re sided His Washington address in 1312 Ninth street N W Washington D 0 Congressman Oalo writes of Peruna I can cheorfully recommend Peruna as a very efficient remedy for coughs and colds Some people prefer to take tablets rather than to take medicine in a fluid form Such people can obtain Peruna tablets which represent the medicinal ingredients of Poruna Each tablet 11 equivalent to one average dose ofPerana CLIFTON MILLS Mrs Jess Carter who has been ill for some time is no better Dr and Mrs H B Kurtz spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J G Wright Suuday School is progressing nicely Several from around here attended the birthday party of little William Hall of Webster Hon 0 Stamp Congressman from Virginia whose homo address It Big Stono Gap Vat writes I can cheerfully say that I have used your valuable remedy Peruna with beneficial results and can unhesitat ingly recommend your remedy to my friends as an invigorating tonic and am effective and permanent euro for ea tarrh Mr Boss Craig Fork Vale TUB MIll catarrh of tho hold for two yean riff had abandoned all hope of being earlbut to his surpriso Peruna oared hMI sound and well Miss Ruth Norton of Webster is visiting her sister Mrs Owen Parks this week Mrs Morgan Chappel and son Ches ter spent Sunday with Mrs John Burk harts Oral Coomes and date Norton weret here Saturday Miss Blanche Payne is visiting her sister Mrs Clara Hall Bread is the Staff of Life 1 A Little Common Sense Bread Talk First I want to thank my friends and customers for their kind patronage goodsImy pure and wholesome I have enlarged my shop for this season and I have more room and better ventilation than ever before I am prepared to keep my shop as countryImyhehalfnothing that is likely to carry germs or disease into the system Good pure fresh bread is the Main food So beware and be SURE that it IS fresh and pure and has had no chance to systemPROTECTGet r your Bread direct from the oven to the customer and avoid all possibilities of germedor diseased Bread Your Home Baker will gladly furnish you his Bread pure and fresh My wagon makes two trips daily morning and evening When you hear the Horn Blow if you will kindly step out to the wagon you may be supplied with BREAD ROLLS CAKES PIES Etc If you buy tickets we will sell you six for twentyfive cents A net saving of twenty cents to the dollar For your benefit take my advice Dont eat Bread that has been baked and then packed in old baskets and shipped all over the country to various places in cars with all kinds of fowls dogs hogs calves dead people and bag gage of all sorts And then the baskets thrown out on the sidewalk and used tellfishWe make and can furnish you daily from the oven SNOWFLAKE CREAM GRAHAM and SALTRISING full pound loaves Thanking one and all for past favors remain yours for health HOME BAKERY- S J BROWN Prop