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V w THE BRECKENRIDGENEWS V a ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OL XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 8 19088Pates NO 52 FOURTH CELEBRATEDIN BRECKENRIDGE Red Mens Picnic at Hardinsburg a SuccessTar Springs Barbecue GreatMany People Visit the Resort ABOUT SIXTEEN FIGHTS IN THE AFTERNOON TAR SPRINGS BARBECUE Fourth of July at the Tar Springs will not soon be forgotten by those in becausetEvery thing happened to make the picnicers have a real Fourth Those who were not there not only missed the time of their life but the fight of their life The Tar Springs was in perfect readi ness for the visitors early Saturday morning and though the clouds kept many from going a large crowd had gathered by noon A splendid bar becue dinner was prepared and ices and refreshments of all kinds were sold The merrygoround and the skating rink were most popular and the young folks patronized until late that night The music furnished by the Hardins burg colored band was good and added to the gayiety of the day Misses Mamie Hawkins and Alma Perkins were the winners in the popularity contest and received three days board at the hotel Much to the regret of the manager of the Springs a fight occured about 330 oclock in the afternoon The cause of it has not leaked out but many say and doubtless tis true that whiskey was the root of it The fight was be tween two men and an onlooker under took to separate them When the i separation was accomplished ORe of I the fighters Tom Ryan ran from the entrance of the resort where the trouble came up and made way to his wife and little baby He acted like a wild beast A that had just broken loose from his GRAND HOMECOMING Cloverport People Enjoy Themselves At Tell CityTen Thousand People There Saturday Tell Citys HomeComing was a suc cess Glorious was last week for hundreds who answered the call Come Back and who were royally entertained in their old home by their friends and kin folks Mr and Mrs John Weisenberger and daughter Eda were among the Clo verport people who were in Tell City the Fourth Mr Weisenberger said There were ten thousand people there and I never saw a drunken man in the crowd He spoke highly of the days entertainment and Tell Citys hospital ity News About Our Colored Folks t1 Aunt Sarah Clark was here from Indiana to attend the funeral of her son Ben Davis 000 Zale Worthara of Cincinnati is visit ing his old friends He has been working for a Gas Company in that city for seven years and like his brother George Wortham of Elvira Ohio is making good Interesting Visitor Miss Maggie Harrington who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs J W Weatherholt bas returned to her home at Rock Dale in District Columbia near Washington Miss Harrington has been a telegraph operator for ten years but she will give up her position soon to enter magazine work in New York City Her Kentucky friends are most interested in her literaty career and hope that her success will be as great in that field as it has been in telegraphy Tortouring eczema spreads its burn ing area every day Doans Ointment quickly stops its spreading instantly relieves the itching ca Jpermanent ly At any drug store j Mr Chas Mattingly and daughter 4 jtolrs Henry Unbenzath of Henderson spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ben IRidgeway l cage and evidently he was not resp6iij sible for his crazy actions In his blood covered arms he took up his little child screamed and cried frantically Men tried to quiet him but they were absolutely helpless Marshall DeHaven had been dreadfully cut and beaten A horrible scene it was for the women and children and not until the sun had set did the excitement and danger sub sideMr Nielsen positively asserts that no such occurance will ever happen again if it takes special police to prevent it Mr Neilsen says he asked to be sworn in as sheriff but was refused- HARDINSBURG PICNIC Despite the rain in the morning and an uncertain forenoon people swarmed to the Red Mens picnic last Saturday It was a sober crowd of people bent up on pleasure the temperature and lack of dust worked Hand in hand with the picnic committees until it was one of the best picnics possible Every body did his part had no money was lost bylithe braves who gave the picnic So for as learned the prizes offered were given as follows The ten dollars for the biggest family went to Lee Walls he having fifteen presentcount ing grandchildren Mr and Mrs Gid Jollys baby was decided prettiest and Mr and Mrs Orville F Franks was second Miss Nellie Burk of Clo verport received the premium for be ing the prettiest young lady Miss Annie Simmons received the watch for selling the most tickets IRVINGTON ITEMS BRIGHT AND NEWSY Peaceful Fourth In The Little CityLecture By J W Easley- In Interest Of Education MANY PERSONALS The Rev F H Farrington has been called to the pastorate of the West Point Baptist church and has accepted He will assume his duties at once Mr and Mrs I H Travoreof Lima Ohio arrived last Thursday to be the guests of Mr and Mrs R M Jolly for several days Dr L B Moreman has returned after a two weeks sojourn in the South West and Mexico He is at his post of duty and will gladly receive his old friends and patrons again Visit Brabandts studio in this city every Tuesday Wm Carter and family spent Sunday the guests of Mr Frank Haycroft near EkronMiss SaturdayforpositionMiss L B McGlothlan has returned from Louisville after spending several daysMiss Ethel Farrington who has been visiting her brother and sister for the past two months left for her home at Athens Alabama last Tuesday Miss Lena Simmons left last week for Chicago for an extended trip to her aunt Mrs Cal Pusey Mrs W J Piggott and son George have returned from Hardinsburg Little Miss Bertha Walker after a ten days visit to Miss Eliza Piggott left for Louisville Friday Mr and Mrs Edgar Lewis and sister Miss Myrtle Dryer of Bradfordsville were the guests of Mrs Kate Bennett at Basin Springs last week Mrs Jonas Lyons entertained a few friends to dinner Thursday in honor of her visitor Mrs Jerry Gannane of FordsvilleMrf Jolly expects to leave this week for Mt Vernon Ill to be the guest of her mother Mrs Williams Miss Lena Lewis who has been the I fi guests of her aunt Mrs S P Parks I left for Brandenburg Wednesday Mrs Ed Robertson and baby have returned from Lodlburg where they were visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Payne Dr J C Bush of Cannelton Ind will be in town on the 131415 of July for the practice of Dentistry Mrs E W Graves and mother Mrs Betty Calhoun accompanied by their I cousin Mrs Bettie Gale of New York arrived from Owensboro llast Tuesday after being the guests of friends and relatives Mrs Gale left for her home on WednesdaySupt Pile of Hardinsburg II was in our city Thursday Quite a number from here attended the picnic at Tar Springs on the FourthMr Gardner of Lexington has been the guest of friends Mrs C L Chamberlain left Sunday for Louisville to be the guest of Mrs MontgomeryJoseph and George Able were visitors of Misses Nellie Smith and Reba Lewis the Fourth The Little Sunbeams ot the Baptist church held a very interesting meeting last Sunday afternoon and the follow ing officers were elected for the ensu ing year President Gerdy Branlett Vice President Mildred Chitwood Secty Iva Rice Secty Harry Smith Assistant Secty Owen Biggs Mary Collins Lookout Committee Katharine Wimp and Louis Moreman Musical Committee Mr and Mrs A B Coleman were called to Cecilian Sunday very unex pectedly to be at the bedside of their daughter Mrs Reesor Dr C F Marshall returned Sunday from Tar Springs after being there for a ten days outing Mr Joe Helm of Lexington arrived last Saturday to be the guest of Mr and Mrs Bate Washington Miss Nell Ditto of Louisville came theIhome of Mr and Mrs John Cox Mrs James Bolin after a three weeks visit to relatives at Fordsville has re turned home Poin Galloway has a position in the Irvington Pharmacy during the absence of the clerk Hillard Biggs Misses Eva Payne and Claudie Bandy spent a few days last week at Tar Springs t Misses Nora Ashcraft and Alline Cowley returned Monday from Morgan fieldMr Perry Weaver is at Tar Springs this week Misses Adkisson of Owensboro are visitors of Mrs S P Parks Mrs Rhodes left Saturday for Steph ensport for a visit to Dr and Mrs Henry Nevitt Dr J W Easley of Barbourville College delivered an address on Educa tion at the M E church Friday even ing Dr Easley spoke in a most force ful manner of the elevating influences of education in its broadest phases upon the life of any community insisting that true knowledge Is not all that is gained of books but that surroundings and environments enter largely into the education of the human mind he that is truly educated is he that has gained not only the knowledge learned of books but also one whose environments has been uplifting and upon whose educa tion not only the least amount of money has been expended for the greatest good but the greatest amount of money for the greatest good It is hoped that this lecture will be the opening event in successful campaign for a system of Graded Schools in Irvington A BENEDICT Well Known Railroad Man Marries An Attractive Louis ville Girl The marriage of Mr W H Bouer and Miss Agnes Ford was solemnized in Louisville June the twentythird Mr Bouer is a splendid brakeman on the Henderson Route and is a cousin of Mr Richard Stites The many friends of the young couple wish them much happiness and prosperity Ice Cream Supper The ladies of Union Star will give an ice crerm supperr Friday night July 10 for the Methodist church at that place Every body attend Dan Duncan of Louisville was here Sunday GREAT MEETINGIN Epworth Leaguers Give One Thousand Dollars To a Girls School in Japan Large Attendance H B FLEECE PRESIDENT AGAIN The annual meetings of the Epworth Leagues Q the Louisville Conference I andIings and all the services held in Hen derson lust week were wo thy of much noteH B Fleece of Louisville president and who was reelected to that office presided with Gray Rochester of Marion secretary One of the most important matters that came before the Conference was that of Missions One thousand dollars were raised for the Hirashima School for Girls in Japan where Mrs McCauley author of The Lady of the Decoration taught The Cloverport Chapter pledged 25 of that sum The officers elected are as follows a B Eleece president Miss Winfred Baxter vicepresident Miss Eleanor Smith second vicepresident Miss Macey Beard third vicepresident Clarence Bradborne fourthvicepresi dent Lawrence Murray secretary Gray Rochester statistical secretary Miss Muhkle Junior Superintendent Next year the conference will convene at Leitcbfield and the Leaugeis hope they will have as good time as they had at Henderson Tbey were royally en tertained there and the stay in that city was moat enjoyable- An echo meeting was held at the de devotional services Sunday night and another will be held next Sunday eve ning EARNEST CALL FROM PRES BERRY Tobacco Growers Requested to Meet at liardinsburg Saturday LETTER AS FOLLOWS Will all the Tobacco Growers of Breckenridge kindly turn out and come to the meeting advertised for Saturday July 11 1003 It makes no difference whether you have in the past been an A Sof E Independent or Home man I would like for you all to be present and explain the only propostion that all can agree upon If you have differed in the past as to the best way to handle the tobacco question if in the past you hive had differences come to the meeting and see if wo cannot come to an understanding that will heal all our differ ences and put into operation a plan chat will insure the handling of the tobacco quettiou in away that will give entire satisfaction to all We who believe in the teachings of the A S oi E still remember the difficulties that we had to surmount in arriving at what we have attained and how we clamored and begged the Independents to come to our aid and how if the present plan of sel ling had not presented itfelf would have still further embarrased we of the A S of E but the Independents say that they will join with us on a plan as out lined by the New Green River Tobacco Growers Association- It will be my great pleasure to meet all the Tobacco Growers of Brecken ridge county on the 11 and put in oper ation the new organization to explain what we propose to do and how we will handle the question also I will be prepared to tell you what is being done in Daviess and other counties of the Green River district As the members who ate to represent BreckenrIdge county on the Board of Control are to be selected I am very anxious that all turn out so that men can be selected who will be acceptable to all Hoping to be met by a large crowd of Tobacco Growers I am sincerely yours to win for the farmer Henry S Berry Pres DoansRegulets cure constipation tone the stomach stimulate the liver pro mote digestion and appetite and easy passages of the bowels Ask your druggist for them 25 cents a box Dont worry your neighbor by bor rowing the News It is only three cents acopy She may be willirigVtoi let you have it but she dont want to 1 I NEW SCHOOL LAW Measure Explained To County Superintendents TilE DIVISION OF COUNTIES FranKfort Ky July lSpeclal- n answer to questions concerning the new school law which was passed by the last Legislature Prof J G Crabbe Superintendent of Public Instruction sent out circular letters to all the county school superintendents in Kentucky The circular letter answers questions which has been asked the educational department and the answers which Were prepared bv Pro I Crabbe after consultation with James Breathitt Attorney General will give the people of the State generally better idea of what the new law is and how it will work The circular letter is as follows Kentucky Department of Education J G Crabbe State Superintendent Frankfort Ky June 24 Dear County Superintendent A bulletin giving de tailed information and suggestions con cerning the operation of the new county school district law will shortly be is sued NuMerious inquiries and sugges tions about House bill No 41 have reached this department and will have most careful consideration Today this circular may be helpful to officers for immediate needs First the county is the unit The school boundary must coincide with the county The law recognizes no fractional districts However I think that conditions may make necessary convenient arrangements locally similar to the old law in Section 68 Such arrangements cannot be effected by this office but must be perfected by localauthorities Of course the re districting will have no effect concerning the operation of schools for the year 190809 Second The county superintendent the County Judge and the County At to ney shall divide the county into edu cational divisions and they shall subdi vide each educational division into school subdistricts Boundaries are to be based on white children but when ever these boundaries are fixed by these officers above named the lines of white and colored districts shall coincide ThirdParagraph 2 above indicates that the offices above named are the absolute authority to fix and change the educational division But Section 10 of the new law directs that the County Board of Education shall have full power to establish new school subdis tricts and to change the boundaries of school subdistricts The framers of the act however had no intention of ultra rigid boundaries A wise provision of the act see Section 17 carefully has reference to consolidation of school sub districts Two or more white subdis tricts may unite for the needs of the whie children vice versa several sub districts may unite for the needs of the colored children These are called consolidated schools Section 17 is to the superintendent who is a real states man a sufficient safety valve Look out for the needs of the schools not for the needless ft iction Fourth About numbering education divisions and subdistrict For future convenience number the educational divisions and the school subdistricts in the following manner Beginning in educational division No 1 with Cedar Valley subdistrict io 1 Oak Hill sub district No 2 an1 so on through the whole number of subdistricts in this division Then educational division No2 with Collett subdistrict No 1 Powell subdistrict No 2 and so on through the whole nnmber of subdistricts in this division Tnen in the saute way number each subdistrict in the other educatiocallIvlsionsFifthThe is asked Is it possible to make Lebanon for example an educational division by itself Re fer to the new law Bulletin NO3 Section 2 which says The County Judge the County Superintendent of Schools and the County Attorney shall then subdivide each of the said educa tional divisions into schotl subdistricts following as nearly as practicable the boundaries of existing school district for I white children If the educational division Lebanon can be subdivided into subdistricts and if the trustees can organize a division board as noted in Section 4 such possibility may be contrived The matter is scarcely prac ticableSixthAbout questions concerning election of trustees- a Trustees are elected by ballot Boxes are to be used and the secret ballot iib to be used as at all regular factions b The County Clerk furnishes boxes and ballots Procedure shouldobtain as in regular elections except as specific ally directed in the new law c The followiug blanks will be furnished by this office to the County Superintendent 1 Certificate of trusteeeligibility 2 Petition of trustee nomination 3 Trustees electionreturns- SeventhGraded common schools shall retain their present boundaries and be exempt from the provisions of the new act see Section 2 EightBulletin NO3 directs that the schoolsession of 19089 will not be af fected by the new law The superin tendent means it to be understood that old district boundaries according to 1008 census will exist thnt the present trus tees should arrange the opening of Schools the selecting of teachers etc but the old truste s vacate their office as soon as the division boards organize within thirty days after the date of their electionAugust 31 Ig08 See Section 4 The new officers take full control of school property school supervision etc at that time Fellow superintendent per cent of our school people believe in the new system I depend upon you as the head of your county Bear in mind these two things at once First it is a great opportunty you have to redistrict your entire county Second your influence should count for much in the selection of the right trustees Respectfully sub mitted- J G Crabbe Superintendent IDEAL HOME J W Weatherholt Remodeling Old Homestead on River Front in Breckenride Addition A beautiful place will be the home of Mr and Mrs J W Weatherholt when the work of remodeling it will have been finished The house is the old Weather holt home Colonial in style and a frama structure The whole interior and ex ter or are undergoing repairing in every detail The outside of the house Is being painted all white The situation of Mr Weatherholts residence makes it one of the most de sirable homes in the city The views from thereof the Ohio an J of the gor geous sunsets cannot be excelled ABOUT FELLOWS WHO HAVE SWEET TEMPERS By Kingsburry Hold Him While I Run on the Fourth at Tar Springs 000 Jno W Hanks is aiming to bring some apples to town Judgment Day1 000- E T Haynes was in town for about two weeks spending a great deal of his time trading shoes with J Byrne Severs 000 Chas Fallon gets so angry he almost cries when he cannot get out on each holiday He is a great boy to have fun 000- J D Babbage Jr came near losing a fine cane at Tar Springs the Fourth It was only a joke but the poor little fellow could not see it that way 000 Broiler Currie and V G Babbage were lost enroute to Tar Springs on the Fourth Mr Babbage was pilot but seems to have been without a rudder 000 Horace Tucker better known as the Hitless Wonder Strikes the ballWQ dont think Poorboy lets everything go by 000 Our old friend Albert Orum has just returned from St Louis Dont you think he made the trip without getting lost or a scratch 000 I am inclined to think that Joe Mul hatten Carter has something up his sleeve he is all smiles of late Look- Out Keep your eye on him 000 Lenoard Oelze Marion Meatherholt and Emil Nolte three very timid coun try fellows sported in the city of Louis villa tho Fourth Mr Oalze had the time of his life watching the street Sprinkler says his traveling compan ions Mr Weatherholt spent all his moneyon bump the bumps Mr Nolte although a bit timid came back with a cracked face from smiling so much at the 2 great ball games between Louisville and Columbus which the Colonels won 000 We do not often hear of people flying but it is said that Abe Pumphrey made a fly for life on the Fourth r 1 sese reesie oesela aenasssrsea e- siPIShe Merry Widow v By ALBERT DAYSOV TERHUfE rCOPYRIGHT 190BDY HENRY W SAVAGE JL e11Si CHAPTER I The Girl With the Millions widow Just now is the of our diplomatic chess lIrE sighed the Marsovlan bassadors pretty wife She will be here tonight My husband Is hanging over tho banisters watching forherBut what reason Oh he has exactly twenty million reasons for ul dont understand murmured M do Jolldon No Then you are probably the only bachelor In Paris who doesnt She was the daughter of a poor Mar sovlan fanner no dowry but her beauty An enormously rich old bank er named Sadowa wealthiest man In Marsovla fell in love with her mar ried her and did her tho exquisitely graceful favor of dying a week later She inherited his whole fortune 20 000000 And now I suppose she has come to Paris to spend it Oh the money Is safe enough for the present I believe in the Bank of I I Mars via But my husband wants it to stay there So does tho Marsovlan government Ours Is not a rich coun try M de Jolldon Thats why a new white hair appears In ray worthy hus bands head every time one of your Parisian lady killers makes love to her Its all absurdly simple Well laughed De Jolldon his hair neednt turn whiter on my account Ill be the one who wont make love to Mme Sadowa But you must WhatYou marry her at any rate Are you mad Natalie or is this Ult Is no jokq and Im not mad tve thought it all out The ambassadors wife glanced nerv ously about her She and Do Jolldon were ensconced In an alcove of the salonIt was the night of the embassy ball From the adjoining ballroom came the strains of n waltz and the soft gliding of hundreds of dancing feet Guests were passing and re passing along the great hallway and broad stairs at tho rear of the salon But for the moment the two had the room to themselves Listen she said My husband sus pects nothing thus far but ho is cer tain to in time unless Unless I detect his thoughts by marrying some one etseI cant and you know I cant for I S erasHush You mustnt say it I am a I dutiful wife Andwhat are you doing I she queried as he snatched up her fan from the table With tho I pencil that dangled from his dancing card Do Jolldon scribbled three words on one of the ivory sticks of tho fan then handed it to his hostess Natalie with a little catch in her breath slowly read tho words aloud I j IloveyouWhy you write this 7 she askedBecause you forbade mo to say It j ho retortedTell excellency I have comeback broke In a Tolce at the door As a servant hurried off with tho message the speaker waddled into the room Ho was a stout ungainly little man clad in the quaint national cos tume of Marsovia Bald of head pop ping of eye and with abnormally long red mustache his was a personality toI oxclto laughter In a mummy The newcomer was Nish messenger and clerk of the embassy At his ap proach Natalie and Do Jolldon slipped away to the ballroom A moment later a tall lean fussy man with hooked II nose and mincing gait trotted down the stairway and into the snlonIWell Mr Nish ho qsked peevishly did you find Prince Danllo at homeNo your excellency faltered the little man He Did you go thence as I told you to the American bar at THE MERRY WIDOW I Frenchman Yes sir But he was not at home there tonight Odd Hes usually very much at home there Im told So you failed in your mission You couldnt find himOh yes your excellency I found himthat is to say I Oh you found him at last Thats better Where- At Maxims your Maxims eh snorted Ambassador Popoff scornfully Idling away his time as usual when Oh no your excellency not exactly Idling if I may say so He seemed very busy There wero a num ber of bottles and Was ho sober Not distressingly so your excel Icwcy In fact if I may Did you give him my message Did you tell him I gave it word for word sir I told him his country was calling for him and that your excellency desired his Immediate presence at the embassy Well what was his answer IBe said Give my country my re rards and tell It to go to Where snapped Popoff as Nlsh paused in embarrassment IdId rather not say sir no place Im at all familiar with Oh the ingrate walled Popoff the Ingrate I Hero he hail been employed at tho embassy all these months I i tJ ess aeeseee and Ive winked at his loafing and his dissipation and tho very first minute I really need him ho refuses to comeOh no your excellency pleaded Nish scarcely as bad as all that if I may say sonot refused exactly He will come At least ho promised to uAh that lifts a load from my brain if he promised hell come Diplomat- Ically speaking Prince Danllos word is as good as his bond Diplomatically speaking your excellency affirmed Nish ho agrees to be hero as soon as he has finished tho magnum of champagne that was in the ice pall best him when I left How much of it was gone The cork was not yet drawn but Bo on the lookout for him Mi Nlsh When bo comes put Ice on his head if necessary Sober him at any costI fancy it will be cheaper than filling him up Ill do my best your ex cellencyBut ambassador at a whispered word from a servant had already pottered out of tho room as fast as his somewhat shaky old legs would carry him and tho voluble Nlsh ran along In his wake A commotion swept through the scattered groups in the foyera murmur a rustle a whisper that resolve itself at last into the excited phrases The widow has arrived I Twent millions and unlncumberediIIUWldow of Sadowa the animated money bag A Monte Cristo fortuno for sour lucky man Her name is Sonia Sa dowa twenty millionsred hair too but a beauty I Twenty millions Tho Merry Widow 1 Down the stairway from the dress- Ing rooms and into the salon swept a womanyoung beautiful ivnclous Alight of mischief danced in 4 er great dark eyes Her masses of auburn hair shoni like an aureole above her rather pale delicate face About her hovered a half score of gallants all vying for a word a look from the beauty nnd fortune of the Paris season Two menthe Marquis of Cascadt and the Count do St Brioche wen lucky enough to claim for a moment or two her attention uNo no Sonia was saying in protest At home In Marsovia men dont make such pretty speeches Courtship there is very primitive and marriage is for life When a man makes love to anothers wife ho is promptly shot When a wife flirts her husband beats her black and bluea good plan Why not try it in Paris- Delightful exclaimed Cascada Do you know madame we have been counting the moments until you ap pearedI well believe it assented So nia It must have been Just like counting money Oh madame protested the group horrifiedDont I know retorted Sonia a little bitterly Its always like that People count me like so much money If It la coarse for me to say so remember Im a farmers daughter and that In my country peoplo call a spado a spadePopoff and Natalie came hurriedly Into pay tier respects to the guest upon whom Marsovlas hopes so depended At a sign from tho ambassador tho others drew back So you were shocking some of our Paris gallants beamed the ambassador What a child of nature you are I You mean countered Sonia that I am a peasant dressed up How I wish sometimes that I wero a real peasant again Ah chuckled Popoff Child of nature true child of nature always remembering the dear old days on the farm the bleating of the pigs the new laid milk the tomatoes freshly dug up and nil tho simple Joys of the country But I want you to meet tonight some of our Marsovlan nobility for instance Prince Danlld a charming young fellow Hell be here presently Danllo is But tho mischief had died out of Sonlas eyes Her taco was paler than was Its wont and there was a stern look as of pain about tho daintily chiseled mouth- I have already met Prince Danllo she said curtly Really cried Popoff Then not- Ing her change of expression he added with apprehension- I hope it was not on one of his wet days a charming lovable youngster in spite of his I am not interested in hearing about him broke in Sonia in a curiously level emotionless voice It was long ago that we met He will have forgotten mo oven asas I have forgotten him Let us talk of something else please Even Popoff could see something was seriously amiss TheseBad wHch give yeti suck exquisite Buffering every month are caused as you know by female trouble Repel seldom er sever comes 4f Itself It Is necessary ta cure tile cause la order to stop the palls and this CM only be dose If you will take a specific female remedy that acts directly oa the womanly organs OFCARDUI WOMANS RELIEF Cardul did wonders for me writes Mrs If C Larson of Olds It I had female trouble for 8 years I had displacement which Increased my suffering the doc tor could only relieve me at times Now I am so much better I hardly know when my time begins or when It ends At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating age and describing symptoms to Ladies Advisory Dept Tho Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn E 33 The Occupant in tne near Is there a young lady by the name of Evans living in this house in quired the strange woman of the timid appearing man at the front door Yes returned he with a suddenly respectful and serious demeanor She occupies tho rear of this house so youd best step round to tho rear door and knock gently maam- I did but no one answered Ah then didnt you notice a sign on tho door In the shape of a neat placard 7 asked the man in tones of awe and admiration Yes TJie placard said Out Then shes out Thats her sign maamDo you know when sho will re turn No we never know that maam In fact she comes and goes whenever she takes the notion and wants none to interfere with her doings or habits In any way shape or manner maam Shes rather a mysterious and inde pendent sort of person I take it Well rather You see maam shes our cooklJudge Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Would Have Saved Him S 10000 In 1902 1 had a very severe attack of diarrhoea says R N Farrar of Cat Island La For several weeks I was unable to do anything On March 18 1907 I had a imular attack and took Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy which gave me prompt relief I consider it oue of the best medicines of its kind in the world and had I used it in 1002 believe it would have saved me a hundred dollar doctors bill Sold at Severs drug store On a sundial on the pier of Brighton England Is Inscribed the most hopeful line TIs always morning somewhere in tho world If Its not too much trouble Do you happen to A young man round her Named Judge Stubbytoe 01 SqueezemHuocem Or CleanemScrubbem Or T l A PRIZED RECORD The JAJ None of tho records of tho treasury department Is more highly prized than tho original muster roll of Captain A Lincolns company In tho handwriting of that famous man himself It was a voluntary company organized by Lincoln In 1832 to servo In tho Black Hawk war Lincoln as an army officer was tile same palnstnlring careful and orderly man that ho was later as president Ho kept tho muster rolls of his company himself and nowhere can a neater and moro complete ac count be found Although moro than seventyfive years old now the roll Is t wonderfully well preserved Tho paper Is of poor quality but tho handwriting Is still legible anti distinct not a single error having been made In tho copy The record has been bound together along the edges and where it has been folded constant handling has dono con siderable damage to it Tho muster roll is In charge of tho auditor for the treasury Quito a fright was given to that official years ago when it was announced that tho roll had disappeared A thorough search failed to reveal it and it was given up for lost Later however it t was found in tho desk formerly occupied by a clerk who had been dis missed Tho interesting document is headed Muster Roll of Captain At Lincolns Company of tho Fourth Regi mont of Mounted Volunteers Com manded by Brigadier General Samuel Whitesides Mustered out of service 1 jot the United States at the mouth of J Fox river May the 27th 1832 Tho roll shows that Abraham Lincoln was the captain and that ho was en rolled with tho rest of tho command on April 21 at Rlcbland Sangamon coun ty 111 At tho foot Is Lincolns cer tificate as to the correctness of the muster roll at the time of muster out The only other handwriting on the document is that of Nathaniel Buck master Inspector and muster officer Fortifying to tho accuracy of the rollof Lincolns company Heat prostrates the nerves In the summer one needs a tonic to offset the customary hot weather Nerve and Strength depression Yeu will feel letter within 48 hours after beginning to take such a remedy as Dr Shoops Restorative Its prompt action in re storing the weakened nerves is surprising Of course you wontget entirely strong in a few days but each day you can actually feel the improvement That tired lifeless spiritless feeling will quickly depart when using the Restorative Dr Shoops Restorative will sharpen a failing appetite it aids digestion it will strengthen the weakened Kidneys and Heart by simple rebuild ng the wornout nerves that these organs depend upon Test it a few lays and be convinced Sold by All ealers Where She Drew ths Line Mr BIrrells anticipation that ow- Ing to tho bigness of heaven It will not bo Inevitable that we shall knock up against our acquaintances there may have been suggested by ono of Dean Ramsays best Scottish stories It should bo mentioned that at Hawlck the scene of the anecdote tho peoplo Used to wear wooden clogs which mado a clanking noise on the pavement As an old woman lay dying some friends Bald to her Wed Jeeny ye are gaun to hceven an gin you should seo our folk ye tell them that were a reel Wool said Jeeny cautiously gin I should see them Is tell them but 0 you manna expect that I am to gang clankclanking through heaven looking tor your tolkLondon Chronicle 11 From UNCLE REMUSSTHE HOME MAGAZINE for June Judge Stubbytoes CourtB- y IALAN S ROGERS ifn know yfLovsm can Im In at defendant A most serious cue Of a loving assault In Face vi Face Which plaintiff demurs So often occur It happen each night In the very earns place JU L Now could I but find Young Judge Stubkytot tThe trial would end l In a moment or to t For held One ma Just tlllt jtOne iweM goodnigh tklft Which Ive waited to pay for H hour or w i i 41 u c NOVA SCOTIA BLUENOSES t No One Seems to Know Just Why The Are So Called Those who dwell In the Canadian province of Nova Scotia are called bhu1 1noses The name has stuck to thiii since time out of mind but how they came to get It is a matter of conjecture Ono thing Is certain they dont like It Nova Scotlans pride themselves on their English ancestry and some will offer the suggestion that the name Is n token that the blue blood shows When the French worn driven out of Areudii the fertile lands they vacated weiv taken up by English colonists chlellv from Massachusetts The spirit of revolt was strong then In Boston and elsewhere in New England Those who were loyal to tilt king and taxes found it a good oppor tunity to move and from these loyal fists Acadia was largely repeopled- It may be that the blue blood shows and that the name is a badge of honor but most Nova Scotlans dont believe it for they feel that it is a term of reproachWhy bluenose was the question t put to one young woman whose home Isnt far from Nova Scotia Why after the bluenoso potatoes of course she said and I think Its mean to name people after potatoes Now its true that next to apples po tatoes form the greatest product of the rich Nova Scotian soil And its also true that the bluenose Is the bright par F titular star among the varieties of po tatoes they raise in Nova Scotia But the potatoes were named for the people not the people for the potatoes Its a simple question of chronology You explain it carefully to the young woman and she says How silly of me but you can see with half an eye that you havent convinced her Heres another guess Being the third and last maybe its the right one At any rate its the one generally ac cepted in that part of the American world known as down east It is cold In Nova Scotia mighty cold for six months out of every twelve and tho Nova Scotian nose peeking out from the furs and woolen mufflers first gets red and then turns blue as the icy breath of tho north nips it But however it is tho easiest way to put the Nova Scotia nose out of joint Is to dub it bluenose Now York Sun For Value Received N When Mr Amasa Howe decided to turn tho old Howe mansion on Todds hill into a summer hotel there were persons who prophesied that ho would make a success of it and others who were sure be would not but at tin end of two years it was evident to all that Mr Howes enterprise was u financial triumph And no wonder he charges for everything except 0whensaid one of the dwellers in the village at tho foot of the hill What do you mean by that asked a visitor at one of tho village homes He doesnt charge for water I hope Some of it he does said the resl dent nodding All that comes from the north pasture spring ho doesn cent a glass I understand the folkR can have the artyarshetyan well water I free but they all take the other and pay the cent Charges em for riding boating half a mile walk included tenpins and the swimming tank But the cap sheaf was the charge he made on the bill of a New Yorker I heard tell that the man looked at It and looked at it and finally he culled Amasy and says he Look here isnt there some mistake about this 4 I guess not Amasy told him dry as chips Your wife Is so shortsight ed she cant see up Into the air sit tells me and Its took my clerk or one o the boys right away from their work night and morning to keep her posted on the wind II Youve been here a full month 1 call onefifty for the use o weather wane pretty reasonable myself Youths Companion Italian Hat Straw Few people know where the straw for making summer hats comes from A great part of it is grown in Italy To make suitable straw the wheat Is sown as thickly as possible in order It f that the growth of the plant may be jI Impoverished as well as to produce a thin stalk having toward the end from the last knot the lightest and longest straw The wheat blooms at the be ginning of June and is pulled up by tho roots by hand when tho grain is half developed If allowed to remain in the ground a longer time the straw would become brttle About live dozen uprooted branches the size of tho compass of two hands are firmly tied together into little sheaves and stowed away in barns Then the straw te again spread out to catch the heavy summer dews and to bleach In the sun Rheumatism X hava twm m tri lu4 teete4 eve for IUM- 60tt1 Nota remedy that boey- moths Umbl of focr1p tes nor turD back to IMh antn Thatlslmpoeeibl i lean now e w ely kin the pelns and ptUlllI Ia deplorable QeJmaDTWfthsCbelg In the City o- fbatNa4tI found till last tnyredlent with Web DrIIaoop Rheumatlo Kemedr was md perM ted dependable preacrfpUon Without JaM SQredJent I successfully treated IQ IGrJIIly ofRheumatJmlbUtJftwWJaat1unIo Msueh ieumattOBiodsoe1atodlsalvlte foundlnE y away under tho action of this sandy as- tr 1yron does sugar when added to pure water eWaeCi forever There fa now go ielteal needno e 1O at w1 seat Mip We Bell and in confidence ftOOM- mt A Dr Shoops 1 Remedyt1 niter additional bleachIng too straw is put Into small bundles and classified Finally It Is cut close above the first Joint from the top and again tied up in small bundles containing about sixty stalks each London Chronicle The Remedy That Does Dr Kings New Discovery is the remedy that does the healing others promise but fail to perform says Mrs E R Pierson of Auburn Centre Pa1 It is curing me of throat and lung trouble of long standing that other treatments relieve only temporarily New Discovery is doing me so much good that I feel confident its continued use for a reasonable length of time will restore me to perfect health This re nowned cough apd cold remedy and throat and lung healer is sold at Severs drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free A Refuge They were speaking of changes In Willowby since Mr Ransom had left the village twenty years before to seek his fortune out west Zeb Hobart is enjoying these last years said the constant resident to the returned wanderer He had a pretty exciting life while Ruby lived Never knew what would happen to him next But hes all calmed down now Somebody wrote there was talk of his marrying the other sister Polly said the westerner But the response was a violent shako of his old neigh bors head No foundation to that gossip he asserted with decision Zeb spoke with me about Polly himself He said to me I wont speak a word against her thats gone he said nor her thats left but theres a man from down be low has made me an offer to go with his show as wild beast tamer from hearing the luck I had with them bears cubs I took And if Polly looms up too close I shall take up with his offer and get a chance to live out my days in some kind o peace and secur ity Those were his words and you can make what you want to out of emYouths Companion Best The World Affords It gives me unbounded pleasure to recommend Bucklens Arnica Salve says J W Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C I am convinced its the best salve the world affords It cured a fellon on my thumb and it never fails to heal every sore burn or wound to which it iis applied 25c at Severs Drug Store Cares of State Anecdotes of great statesmen and orators are apt to prove interesting to the general reading public because it is expected that they will reveal some thing of the working of a great mind In the Life and Letters of Sir Rich ard 0 Jebb is told a story of Mr Disraeli which is worthy to be culled historical Mr Disraeli after one of his best speeches left the house with Mr Montagu Corry- I was wondering Mr Garry after ward confessed what a great orator would talk about just after a success ful speech Corry said Mr Disraeli do you know how to get into a cab Very few men know I was at Vienna once when I was a young man with Prince Gortschakoff and another Englishman a military man who was there on the narno buslqess A royal carriage was there to conduct us When we came to it the Englishman walked straight up to it and got in with his back to the horses Gorchakov said to me That is the politest thing I have ever seen an Englishman do- Constipation For constipation there is nothing quite so nice as Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They always produce a pleasant movement of the bowels with out any disagreeable effect Price 25 cents Samples freeSevers drugstore COULD NOT DENY IIT The Witness Had Been Mixed Up in a Case of Theft The attorney for the defense looked keenly at the witness who was testify ing for the prosecution Your name if I understood you correctly he said Is Horace Hinsey Is that rjght Yes sir Did you ever live In Nashua Yes sir Mr Hlnscy have you ever been ar rested on a criminal charge No sir indignantly answered the witnesstlNeverl Did you ever commit an offense for which you might justly have been ar restedNever sir Mr Hinsey Is It not a fact that you once stole from your own father Here the attorney for the prosecution Interposed but tho witness chose to answerNo sir he exclaimed Never in mylifeNow Mr Hinsey said tho lawyer suppose I should tell you that I knew of a case when you did steal from your fatherInstantlythe witness brow cleared Gentlemen ho said turning to the Jury hes right I remember now When I was about eight years old I stole half a dozen eggs from my fa thers grocery store took them down under tho bank of tho creek cooked them and helped cat them This lawyer who was a boy then not only helped mo steal those eggs but put ale up to stealing them How are you Jim Tho Judge and jury joined In the laugh that followed and the rest of the examination was conducted on more friendly lines Youths Com nantnn t I When Japan Cleans House The unexpected Japanese guest smiled at tlio dismantled drawing room made his way carefully between a broom and n pall of water and kicking aside a bar of soap that had nearly overset him he said You call this h housecleaning Well In Japan wed call It nothing We are required by law over there to have four housecltanlngs a year that are Indeed bousecleanlngs Everything goes out In the street Everything down to the bare walls must be taken from every Japanese house four times a year and set out upon the sidewalk then all must be thoroughly cleaned Last ot all government officials come and dls Infect and fumigate the cleaned dwell Ings and the cleaned possessions Ja pan is a strange sight on those tour annual cleaning days With all tho fur nlture piled outside youd think the Japanese lived In the streets Instead of IndoorsNew York Press A Golden Wedding means that man and wife have lived to a good age and consequently have kept healthy The best way to keep healthy is to see hat your liver does its duty 365 days out of 365 The only way to do this is to keep Ballards Herbine in the house and take it whenever your liver gets inactive 50 cents per bottle Sold by A R Fisher AN ANGRY LION Movements That Always Precede the Animals Spring A lions first signs of anger are jr follows Its tall rapidly twists from side to side the bottom slightly raising and the black tassel at the end beating the air It lowers its head more than usual and growls at Intervals showing Its teeth Then its voice becomes louder It roars shows its teeth and lowers its ears the movements ot the tail increasing all the time At the time of chargingthat is at tho height of its angerthe tail rIses in the air until It is almost vertical the black tassel continues to move the ears are flattened completely and the animal comes toward you at a slow trot then at a gallop and finally springs forward with open mouth and extended claws- Sometimes it shows these varlou symptoms without charging restrained by prudence but it never charges with out showing them When the taU rises the hunter can bring his rifle to the shoulder and await his opportunity In hunting a man who is on his guard is worth four A charge Is extremely dangerous al most always fatal when unexpected either because of the dense vegetation or other causes but if you see the animal getting ready flight is useless Stand your ground The only thing to do Is to keep cool and trust in your weapon If you have no confidence in yourself It is prudent to avoid measur Ing your strength against these ani mals Exchange Get my Book No4 For Women It will give weak women many valuable suggestions of reliefand with strictly confidential medical advice is entirely free Simply write Dr Shoop Racine Wis The book No 4 tells all about Dr Shoops Night Cure and how these soothing healing antiseptic suppositor ies can be successfully applied to correct these weaknesses Write for the book The Night Cure is sold by All Dealers Some Heights In the Catskills The height of some of the tallest and most Interesting mountains in the Catskllls is as follows Slide mountain 4220 feet Hunter mountain 4052 Black Dome 4004 r Thomas Colo moun tain 3075 Mount Cornell 8020 Peak o Mooso mountain 8875 the Witten berg 3824 Sugar Loaf 3807 High Peak 3800 Panther mountain 3800 Windham High Peak 3534 North mountain 3450 Overlook mountain 8300 Plaatcrskill mountain 3200 On teora mountain 2GS5 CE Bruce of Oklahoma and J H Glasscock of McDaniels were the guests of Mr and Mrs J E Keith Friday The News office was made happy by a brief but most pleasant visit from Mr Glasscok He is the kind of visitor that folios like to meet and the News force hopes he wii repeat his trip to this city No Cnjoyment This village enjoys the reputation of being the birthplace of two mem bers of the legislature and pne con gressman does it not politely in quired tho sojourner within its gates Nopel replied tho landlord of the Pettyvllle tavern who was a pessimis tic old grouch anyhow It Just has it thats allPuck Adding to His Offensiveness The man who told us sols always doubly offensive if he comes around after the arrival of our troubles and tries to look as If he had forgotten all about it Chicago RecordHerald When a young lady and gentleman have a controversy about kissing they generally put their heads together Starved to Death is what could truthfully be said of man children who die They have worms poor little thingsthey dont know it and you dont realize it It your child is cross fretful pasty complexioned and loses weight for no apparent reasongive it Whites Cream Vermifuge you will be surprised at the results and how quickly it picks uP Sod by A R Fisher L I MANS HE DGEARI From the Primitive Cap to the Glassy High Hat of Today Earliest of all forms of headgear was the cap The hat did not really como Into common use till the seventeenth century In thirtlme of Charles I the queer high sugar lost shaped hat came into fashion It was wound with a rich band and trimmed with a feather Constant balancing of the head was necessary to keep it on The lint was taken up by the Puritans who antis fled their bitter consciences by discard ing the frivolous band and the wicked featherCharles II brought the French pert wig into England and the tall hat went out to make way for a low broad brimmed thing gorgeous with feathers and giuicracrs These broad brims be came broader and broader At last it became necessary to turn them up First this was done at the back finally according to the wearers idea Out of this extravagant style of head gear grew the cocked hat Tho foot men and the liveried coachmen of many European nations still wear this style of headgear During Queen Annes time the cocked hat was the hat of the gentleman Tho correct fashion was to carry It under the arm as much as possibleThe revolution which took off so many heads that had worn the cocked hat took off the cocked hat too In its place tho crescent shape became the style partly by force Tho direct ancestor of that dreadful thing the high hat of today was the noble and sturdy beaver Beavers went out of fashion largely because the supply of material became exhausted London Answers NATURAL SOAP The Queer Fruit of a Tree That Grow In Algeria Soap grows on trees in Algeria The soap tree Is ornamental and reaches a height of fifty feet It begins to bear fruit when six years old The wood Is close grained takes a good polish and Is admirably suited for furniture The average Income from a tree is 10 to 20 a year The composition of tho fruit consists of a nut shaped hull in which Is a seed In the hull exists the soapy matter In the proportion of 30 to 40 per cent of the bulk of the hull The soap principle is set free by tho shredding of the hull and using it with water just as If It were a piece of soap A beautiful lather is the result and tho cleansing qualities are such that there la no soap made by human process that can compare with them For toilet purposes the same applies The hull can be made Into a powder and the powder into a cake so as to make the use of it easier It can also be made into a liquid for hair wash dentifrice and various other preparations Seeds of the Algerian soap tree have been Im ported to the United States and soap trees have been discovered In Florida indigenous to the soil The seed has n kernel which contains a fixed oil In ev ery respect preferable to the best Im ported olive oil either for eating or culinary purposes and also for all kinds of Industrial products In which the olive oil is used The yield In oil Is twice that of the olive fruit Balti more American A Chinese Superstition When a Chinese baby takes a nap people think Its soul Is having a rest going out for a long walk perhaps If the nap Is a very long one the mother is frightened She is afraid that her babys soul has wandered too far away and cannot find its way home If it doesnt come back of course the baby will never awaken Sometimes men are sent out into the streets to call the babys name over and over again as though it were a real child lost They hope to lead the soul back home It a baby sleeps while it is being carried from one place to another tho danger of losing the soul along the way is very great So whoever carries the little one keeps saying Its name out loud so that the soul will not stray away They think of the soul as a bird hopping along after them A Foxa Stratagem A fox is bound to be a thief when ever ho has half a chance to steal says London Answers Ho can no more help taking a goose than a badly train ed cat can help taking a chop from the larder There was a tamo fox that was chained In a yard to keep him out of mischief but ho soon hit upon a plan for seizing a stray duck or fowl At tho very farthest point to which his chain would reach ho used to place a portion of his food and then hide him self in his kennel In duo course a silly chicken was sure to spy the bait and begin pecking at it Before It had had time to enjoy Its meal however tho fox would pounce upon It and the stock of poultry be reduced by one When Not to SmokeIIt Is quite certain much may done to diminish the risk of tobacco amblyopia by paying attention to cer tain points of personal hygiene For Instance a rulo should bo made never to smoko upon an empty stomach but as far as possible only after meals It is absolutely bad to smoke before dinner and equally bad to smoke late at night to keep awako at ones work it should also bo forbidden to chow the cigar between the teeth as many smok ers are wont to do Hospital Qualified Head AstronomerI want a man to figure eclipses calculato the distances between various stars fix the orbits of certain comets and In fact be a sort of handy mathematical man around the heavens What are your qualifications Applicant proudly All last year sir I was tho official score keeper for a womans bridge club Life fJ I ISPONGE DIVERS Hardly a Single Cnphander of Tripoli Escapes Paralysis There are n great many varieties of sponges most of which are found in the warmer parts of the ocean The bath sponges are chiefly obtained from the eastern Half of the Mediterranean where they occur at all depths down to 200 fathoms and are obtained by div- Ing dredging or harpooning Writing in Harpers Magazine C W Furlong gives an account of tho work of the Greek sponge divers off the coast of Tripoli in north Africa Attacks by sharks and dogfish have gradually frightened away the common divers who dive naked with a piece of flat marble and a line and the field is left clear for the caphanders as tho men are called who use air pump suit and helmet The greatest enemy of the caphander is paralysis hardly a single diver es caping from it in some form or other The great cause of this disease is the sudden relief of pressure due to the rapid ascent the dangerous symptoms appearing when the diver emerges into the fresh air Strange as it may seem a partially paralyzed diver on descending into the waters recovers the use of his limbs again and his circulation becomes nor mal To battle with this scourge the Greek government has issued regula tions as to the depths to which a diver shall go and has also provided a hos pital ship and a sponge divers hOI pital on shore Women loves a clear rosy complex ion Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood clears the skin restores ruddy sound health Overzealous If you have ever been annoyed by a too enterprising barber you will appreciate tho little incident that left one of them rueful and crestfallen the other day Having shaved the customer he ran his hand over the mans head and said insinuatingly Have a hair trim today sir Do you think I need it Yes it looks pretty long Well how is the boss barber on hair trimming Is he pretty good 2 Yes hes pretty good all right But whyWell he trimmed my hair yester day Philadelphia Ledger A Contended Woman is always found in the same house with Ballards Snow Liniment It keeps every member of the family free from aches and pains it heals cutsburns and scalds and cures rheumatism neuralgia lumbago and all muscular soreness and stiffness 25c 50c and 100 a bottle Sold by A R Fish- erDOYOURCHILDREN ASK QUESTIONSOf of learning and it is your duty to answer You may need a dictionary to aid you It wont answer every question but there are thousands to which itwill give you true clear and definite answers not about words only butabout things thesunmen machinery places stories and the like Then too the children can find their own answers Some of our greatest menhave ascribed their power to study of the dictionary- Of course you want the best dic tionary The most critical prefer the New and Enlarged Edition of WEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE HIGHEST AWARD for which was given at the Worlds Fair St Louis Ifyou have any questions about it writs us GCMERRIAMCO PUBLISHERS SPRINGFIELD MASC L II Ii ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND No 118 Dally Fast Train leaves Oloveroort 507 AM stops and West Taint only arrive at Louisville 725 A M No US Tally Mall ana Kxpress leaves Olo erportlOiW A M stops at all way stations rrfves Louisville 12 U5 p m Train No 114 Dully tost 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leaves Fordsv11l113ZO p m arrives Irvlngton 5120 pmTrain No 6 Sunday only Fordbvillo630a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvingtonll00am arrives Fordsvllln 945 p mTrain No5 Dally leaveuliviugtou 850p ms arrives Fordsvflle 1015 Dm KILLTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscovsryIIII I n AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEEDSATI8FAO OB OB MONEY REFUNDED Tit For Tat Affable BarberYoure very bald on top sir Self Conscious Customer much annoyed What if I am You neednt talk so much Ow about that squint of yours London Telegraph Better be poisoned In ones blood than to be poisoned In ones principles Confucius Believe that you have nnd you have tOvld The Louisville Times is the livest afternoon paper published anywhere It prints the news right up to the min ute Four or more editions every day The regular price of The Times is 5 a year but you can get th- eBreckenridge News AND THE- Louisville Tmes oth One Year For 500 If you will send your 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SONS PUBLISHING CO i Issued Every Wednesday r ibsuription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES 1advance charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please usWhen givetheirit IEIGHTPAGES I WEDNESDAY JULY 8 1908 TT ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY YEARS Aunt Dinah Wheeler colored the oldest citizen of Breckenride county died at her home near West View Fri day evening July 3 aged 120 years A half century ago she was the servant of Aunt Sallie Wheeler mother of Perry Wheeler who died likely twenty years ago Aunt Dinahwas intensely re ligious and was esteemed for her ext cellent qualities and great age INSTITUTE POSTPONED y On account of the illness of Mrs Evans Supt Charles Evans writes that he cannot be here to instruct the institute July 13 It being too late to secure a substitute the date has been cancelled and at a later time the Breckcnridge county institute will be held Due notice will be given of the time which will probably be several weeks later GLEN DEANE lp Newsy Notes 4bout Folks You 1 Know py Mrs T L Curtis and children are visiting relatives in Browns Ill Mr and Mrs D R Murray of Har dinsburg were the guests of D C Moorman last week Miss Cornelia Wortham of Owens boro is the guest of Miss Jamie Moor man Miss Mary Smith is visiting in Har dinsburgzMisses Mildred Moorman and Nelle Dempster were in Irvington last week- the guests of Miss Margaret Peyton Tom Moore came down from Hardins burg Saturday night Mrs J C Bolton was the guest of Mrs Walker Brown at Irvington Sun flay Miss Mabel Hoskins came home Sun day after a three weeks visit to Irving- ton and Louisville Miss Margaret Peyton of Irvington Is the guest of Miss Mildred Moorman Miss Cora Osborne will leave in a few weeks for Colorado to spend the summer with her brothers Miss Molly Moorman is at home after a few days visit at Kirk and Hardins fciw burgWhat Stove i I forSummer Nothing adds to kitchen convenience in summer weather like a New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove r Anything that any stove can do the New Perfection will do and do it better Bakes T L Curtis went to Hawesville Sun dayMiss Minnie Wilkersou of Louisville is visiting Mrs Cicero Fentress Misses Mary and Edith Dean of Owensboro have returned home after a visit to Miss Amanda Dean Miss Arie Robertson is at home from Durant Okl D C Moorman left Friday morning for Denver Colo Johnie Johnson was at his homo in Fordsville Sunday Mrs Mary Ford is visiting her brother near Bowling Green Preston Ford of Louisville was the guest of Mrs E L Robertson last week Simon Smith of Fordsville was the guest of Mr and Mrs A E Smith last week Dr Frank Hook will be here from Louisville July 141516 to practice dentistry He will be pleased to see patronsMiss Thomas of Yelving ton has been the guest of Mrs W H BowmerMrs Tom Bohler and nephew Yewell Holder have been visiting Mrs WilburGregory in Louisville 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of this kind sees clearly what is best for him but lacks determination to put it Into execution Ho sees the goal and the steps neces sary for attaining It but in the same glance ho takes in all tho obstacles and while ho is pondering the matter escapesSt roasts boils toasts heats the wash water and the sad irons and does it without dissipating its heat through the room to your discomfort The NEW PERFECTION r Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove i actually keeps the kitchen cool actually makes it comfortable for you while doing the family cooking because unlike the coal Sf range its heat is directed to one point onlyright under the kettle Made in three sizes fully warranted If not with your dealer write our nearest agency I The affords t- mellow yLAMP Hr light that is very grateful- to tired eyesa perfect student or family lamp Brass nickel plated hence more dur able than other lamps Ifnot with your dealer write our near j est agency STANDARD OIL COMPANY Luerperated I I r CANT BE SEPARATED Some Cloverport People Have Learned How To Get Rid Of Both Backache and kidney acho are twin brothersYou separate them And you cant get rid of the backache until you cure the kidney ache If the kidneys are well and strong the rest of the system is pretty sure to be in vigorous health Doans Kidney Pills make strong healthy kidneys Elvin C West living on Main Cross St Elizabethtown Ky says Since I gave a statement recommend ing Doans Kidney Pills on April 1905 I have never failed to advise their use at every opportunity as they cured me of kidney complaint when other remedies failed I was troubled at times with backache which was so severe that I could hardly attend to my work and stooping lifting or any other over exertion would cause sharp twinges of pain My kidneys finally became dis ordered and the secretions were irregu lar and unnatural in appearance Doans Kidney Pills were recommended to me and I procured a box They quickly cured me of the trouble and I am happy to say that during the last few years there bas not been the slightest recurrence of the trouble For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other CorreSpondtnts Notice Let us have some News letters from Custer Patesville Tobinsport Lodi burg Garfield Sample Big Spring Glendeane and others for next week Assistant Editor State Of Ohio City Or Toledo I Lucas CountySS Frank J Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business In the City of Toledo County andJState aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLERSifor each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to beforo me and subscribed In my presence this 6th day of December A D 16 6 Seal A W GLEABON Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Takes Final Vow Miss Margrett Carter and Miss Maggie Greenwood attended the Solemn Religious Profession of Sister Raymond nee Miss Clara Carter in Louisville yesterday Sister Raymond is well known here as Cloverport is her former home She is a lovely yonug girl and a beautiful character Century Magazine for July Plenty of fiction is to be found in the Century Magazine for July five short stories and the contin uation of Dr Weir Mitchells se rial Illustrated papers treat of Polish village life of Mr Carneg ies early days and of the sturgeon fishery in the South Lady Ran dolph Churchills memoirs deal lar gely with musical people and Dr hardy concludes his recollections of General Grant There are many pictures without text Among the the other articles are a defence of Japanese business morals by pro fessor G T Ladd view of the pro hibition movement in the south by Dr W G Brown andanother plea for simplified spelling by Pro fessor B Matthews Business and Politics- In no nation in the world do the elections have the effect upon busi ness that they do in this country The reason is obvious In the first place the Tariff is made a political issue of in this country and great industries are effected by any changes made in tariff schedules The moment there is any likeli hood of a change in Tariff sched ules there begins a peroid of uncertainty that causes a temporary cessation of business until matters are adjusted and consequent dull times This cannot be avoided A radicalchange in the Tarifl policy of the Government would be inev itably followed by a periodof business depression Today nore than over the busi ness of the country will dependon R I Statement of Condition of The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardiiisburg Kentucky at close of business June 30 1908 Resources Liabilities Notes and bills 233651 89 Cash in safe 16380 73 Cash in other banks 24725 74 Stocks and bonds 52038 86 Banking house and lot 1800 00 Other real estate 136 79 Furniture and fixtures 400 00 Total 01 01 r 1 2 3 for the An extra to the day the coming presidential election and the voters are asking themselves how the business interests of the country will view the nomination of Taft Bryan or the other fellowIt evident that if the men with capital are going to put their capital into industrial enterprises they must know beforehand pretty near what the policy of the govern ment is to be Lawrence Mass American Sues Eor Divorce Chas T Davison Hawesville has filed in the Circuit court a suit for absolute divorce from his wife Malissa Davison They have been married about four years and they have two children who reside with their mother in Cannelton The couple have been living apart more than a year and divorce is askedon that grounds Mrs Dav ison was formerly Miss Livers of Cannelton where they were Clarion Struck Fine Coal Vein Capt Geo W Newman has had men at work for some time devel oping a coal mine on the Sum Mason place in the outskirts of Hawesvillo and a few days since his efforts wore rewarded by a nice strike of a 38inch vein of good marketable coal Mr Newman figufes that there are several acres of the product and inside of two months he expects to be hauling coal from the mine He will build a 100 foot slope to the coal five by six feet and proceed with the Clarion Greatly Honored Prof Edmund Wroo andsister Miss Maggie of Clovorport were in town Thursday for a short time Professor Wroo has recently been honored for his reelection as Prin cipal of tho Cloverport school and was recently elected at Lexington as second vice president of the Ky Educational Association Ho left on last Monday to take a short course in oqo of the Knoxville colleges Hancock Clarion Mike Seim went to Tell City last week ft Capital stock 50000 00 Surplus and undivi ded 9887 47 Dividend No 36 3 per cent 150000 due depos itors 267746 54 329134 Total 329134 Very respectfullyM BEARD Cashier Get Ready for theNext Fair September and Get FIRST DAY effort make first attractive Running and Trotting Races Every Day marriedHancock developmentHancock profits Amount ready CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE FARMERS BANK Of Hardinsburg Ky at the close of business June 30 1908 Resources Liabilities I ILoans and Discounts 5 79478 08 Bondsa 5200 00 Cash and due from Bks 17825 40 Banking louse and Lot 1500 00 Furniture and Fixtures 875 00 Overdrafts 53647 Stock15000 400000 Natioual 10541495 105414 95 I r The above statement i Respectfully JHO D ShaW Cashier Itrti NW MVti I WANTEDI girls to in Tomato Cannery at Kings wood Wages good and work light machinery or in peeling room board at 250 per week in Christian families Apply at once I C L Beard I Season will about July 20 A BASE BALL Star and Lahant base ball teams crossed bats June 21 results being a score of 32 15 in favor of Union Star The Ammons and Lahant base ball teams crossed bats twice June 28 and July 5 of first game being a score of 23 to 18 in 1 I Capital 00 Surplus Undivided Profits 24149 Due Banks 5117 Deposits U12119 is correct tM want thirty work my No steam Good to to fffP- I HARDIN KYSBUROI open JtWVWIfIAM I Union results favor of Ammons of second 24 to 20 in favor of Ammons 000- In one of the prettiest games seen on the local diamond this season the McDaniels team defeated the strong Mattingly nine Sunday by the score of 7 to MoDaniels plays at Hardmsburg Saturday July 11 Has your subscription expiredI I u- n I Tr v iT s Ay v s TShe Breckenridge News T WEDNESDAY JULY 8 1908 Announcement i HONitlon to Congress subejet to the notion of the Democratic party and voters generally For Commonwealths Attorney JUdRURenryf Commonwealths Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party PERSONAL z AND LOCAL j Father Brey is visiting in Spottsville- ii rJ C Stiff is ill at his home in this city Miss Ola Fallon is visiting at Big i Clltt- yJ 1 Henry Head of Custer was here jr Monday f Miss Hart of Louisville is the guest 1 of friends f Miss Alto Ashley has returned to CincinnatiIfI and cold drinks at the Eng f lash Kitchen f Capt Marion Ryan arrived from Lou ville last week Good meals served on short notice at I the English Kitchen I 1J M Tebow of New Albany spent the Fourth in the city t Fred Brown and J C Epley spent the Fourth at Tell City I C Mrs George Short left Sunday night for her home at Durant I T Chas Furrow has returned from a I ivisit to Rockport and Owensboro fc Rev and Mrs S C Bates have re- M turned to their home at Marion O Mr and Mrs Chas Hook and chil then have been visiting in Tell City Mrs Fred Ferry and daughter Annie Murray are visiting in Hardinsburg Miss Effie Weath is visiting her sister I Mrs Hugh Finch at Coffeeville Kas I j Roy Pate and Bud Hook of Hardins burg spent the Fourth at Tar Springs Mr and Mrs Fraize Mattingly of Owensboro are the guests of relatives Miss Annie Rush of Clifton Mills is visiting hersister Mrs Bernard Beavin Dont miss the great clearance shoe sale now going on at Sippels shoe store I Mrs James Stites of Louisville was the guest of Miss Grace Plank Wednes tday1 fai Davis Younger of New Orleans is f4 the guest of Mr and Mrs James Youn gerf Mamie DeHaven has returned home after a delightful visit at Greenville l Mr and Mrs Shaffield of Chicago w havebeen the guests of Mr and Mrs Lamb Mr Monk of Louisville is expected l tomorrow to be the guest of Miss Ruth Graham John Newman Bowmer Burks and Will Bowmer of Louisville were here Sunday Mrs White of Fort Worth Texas is expected soon to visit Mrs Robert Pierce Arthur Gregory and Werdie Graham of Louisville have been visiting in Can neltonMrs Sue Hawley and son George of Hawesville have been visiting Mrs J H Wills What is home without Mothers Fa vorite Loaf Fresh at Home Bakery X every day For sale one good milch cow andI calf cheapJohn Weisenberg Clover Sjfcport Ky iii r W Archibald Wallace of Lewisburg t i W Va has been the guest of J D JrJBL Marion Weatherholt and Y Leonard Oelze spent the Fourth in vv Louisville k f Mrs Katherine Ditzenbaugh and son i J P have been the guests of relatives in Louisville V Misses Lucile and Ruth Graham of f Louisville are the guests of Miss Mar l H garet Skillman Mr and Mrs Alvin Simons and chil jj i dren Cissell and Henry May are vis lw iting in Louisville ivBarney Bohler has been the guest of II friends at Tell City where he attended I the home coming R Morrison Calhoon dentists office it downstairs 216 Fourth street both K phone Owen bora Ky I Miss Mason and Herburt Saunders P of Nashville Tenn are visiting Mr K and Mrs L B PerkinsIt Miss Cora McCoy of Union Star and Julius Sippel of Louisville spent Sun day Mrs Allen Kingsbury- H J May Sr will leave Thursday for Louisville aud other places for an extended visit to his children Mrs Nora Board and daughter Helen of Irvington were the guests of Mr and Mrs J C Nolte Sunday Rev B M Currie Ira Behen and Miss Grace Plank were among those who attended the League Conference Edward Morrison and Miss Esther Jackson visited friends at Cannelton and Tell City Saturday and Sunday Miss Ada Mason and Miss Ewing of Cannelton Mrs Groves and Mrs Simp son of Evansville are at Tar Springs Misses Ruth and Sybell Mattingly of Marshall Texas are expected soon to be the guests of Mr and Mrs O B MattinglyWhat it profit a man if he gains the whole world and loses his health Avoid this by eating bread from the Home Bakery Sippels shoe sale will continue until Saturday July 35 Dont miss thisop portunity to buy the best of shoes at greatly reduced prices Mr and Mrs John Giberson and Miss Emma Langhorst of Alton Ill left Thursday for Caseyville after a visit to Mr and Mrs Phil Kramer Mrs George Chick of Mt Sterling in renewing her subscription to the News says The News is a welcom vis Itor every Thursday morning Wallace Weatherholt has returned to his home at Tobinsport Ind Mr Weatherholt has been In Michigan since the close of Depaw University Mrs Lain Mr and Mrs J F Mat tingly and son Frank of Owtnsboro Mr and Mrs R E Mattingly and Master Richard Brown of Louisville Mrs D C Benton and Mr and Mrs O B Mattingly spent Sunday at Tar Springs Henderson Route Notes Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Cloverport to Atlantic City and return July 30 Aug 0 Aug 13 good to return 15 days from date of sale Old Point Comfort i nd return from Cloverport f1550 Ticket to be sold July 15 and Aug 1 good to return within 15 days including date of sale National Convention Prohibition Party Columbus O Reduced rates Columbus and return from Cloverport account above occasion Tickets to be sold July 10 11 12 13 and 14 good returning July 24 155 from Cloverport to O vensboro and return on account of Seven Hills Chautauqua Dates of sale July 30 31 and Aug 1 to 14 inclusive Good to return Aug 16 155 Cloverport to Owensboro and return on account of Reunion ot Keptucky Bridgade of Confederate veterans Dates of sale July 29 30 and good to return Aug 3 Reduced rates from Cloverport to St Louis and return on account of Knights of Columbus National Convention Dates of sale Aug 1 2 3 and good to return Aug 16 DUKES The children of Chas and Will Camp bell have the chickenpox Ernest Evans was ill several days last week Rev Drear of Fordsville filled his regular appointment at the C P church Saturday evening and Sunday a m L Newliury had a horse crippled one night last week The cause is unknown Robert Powers wife and children were in Tell City the Fourth Oscar Nugent of Goering was the guest of friends here Wednesday and Thursday of last week Mr and Mrs Jack Tindle visited rel atives in Daviess county from Friday until Monday Hilious Basham is at home from Marshall Ark Mr and Mrs J J Evans spent Sun day with L Newbury and wife Mr and Mrs Nate Starks and chil dren Virgil and Thelma of Patesville spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs Finley Burnett Miss Pearl Basham was in Cloverport Saturday shopping- H H Tindle spent Monday and Tuesday in Tell City The effect of malaria lasts a long time You catch cold easily or become run down because of the after effects of malaria Strengthen yourself with ScoW EmulsionIt blood and tones up your nervous system ALL DRUGGISTS BOo AND t OO MANY VISITORS AT HAROINSBURG Folks Having a Good Time at the County Capital Other Late News MR SKIILMAN ENTERTAINS Mrs Will Duvall and son left Monday for a protracted visit to Milton and CarrolltonMrs Shellman returned Mon day to her home at Paris Tennessee Mies Addie K Eskridge of Owens boro spent Saturday and Sunday with parents Mr and Mrs Morris Eskridge Rev Dan F Shacklett of MeadeI county was in town Sunday Mr Shacklett leaves theta for a two months visit in Mis our and Nebraska His appointments will be tilled regularly during his absence George Hall came down from Louis ville to spend the Fourth Mr and Mrs Brown McCubbins of Tell City are visiting here before their departure for Southern California where they expect to make their home Miss Carra Hayes who has been in Oklahoma several months arrived here Saturday enroute to her home near Burns She will return to Oklahoma in September J F Lewis of New Albany Ind spent last week in town Mr and Mrs Jesse Payne of West Point were here Saturday and Sunday Dr Clarence Harned banker at Hel ena Oklahoma has completed a months visit to relatives in the county return ing to his adopted state this week He will likely move to Enid in a short time where will be interested in a bank Dr Harned s wife and children were with him on the visit Miss Lillie Muir Waller of Morgan field left Sunday after a visit to Mrs J E KincheloeMrs Brown of Kirk after an illness of several weeks died Sunday morning The remains were interred in St Roniualds cemetery in this city Monday forenoon Mrs Brown was the widow of Philip Brown who moved to this county horn Meade probably twenty years ago She leaves eight living children- A tennis party was given by Johnnie Skillman Monday afternoon in honor of the Misses Haldeman and Miss Maxwell A merry party from Hardinsburg were in attendanceMisses and Elizabeth Halde man of Loiusville are the guests of Mrs M H Beard Miss Margaret Maxwell of Louisville is the guest of Misses Margaret Evelyn and Lillian Beard Marriage licenses Ezekiel Robbins Mabel Robbin Pleas Finley Minnie WeatherholtMiss Green of Falls of Rough was the guest of Mrs Morris H Beard Monday Gus Pate of Oweusboro is the guest of L Bud Hook Mrs Eliza Pile of Mook was the guest of Mrs Joel H Pile Sunday Haroli Coomes of Louisville spent he Fourth with Buck Kinchel- oeMATTINGLY Watching Judge Moorman Folks do not Want Whiskey in Cloverport Interesting Personals CloverportisW C Taul of Oklahoma is visiting his friends of this place Mr Taul has stomach trouble since he came back Too much fine grub for W C Judge Moorman is all O K if he will only stick to what lie says about the dollars and the jug People lookat what a fellow does sometimes Little Marvin Furrow is ill at this writingMr F Frank and family spent the Fourth m Evansville Walter Brickey was the guest of Miss Mae Perkins Sunday Mr and Mrs R A Pate of Clover port visited their children Mr and iirs W C Pate last week Miss Sittie Pate who has been visit ing her sister Mrs P E Scott has returned home- J F Brickey of Abbyville Ians completefalll1resome cently that he has one hundred and forty acres that will yield twenty bushel per acre Miss JanIe Davis visited her sister Mrs S B Laslie last week Mrs Henry Jarbo of Kingswood is visiting her mother Mrs Mary Patterson We regret to hear that the good people of Cloverport have to fight the whiskey again hope they will be successful and wipe it outagain u r Wm J1 Bryan Speaks in a Million Homes This is because Bryan has made Edison Phonograph Records of his ten best speeches and Edison Pho nographs are owned in one million homes in this country- If you own a Phonograph get these Bryan Records If you do not get both The newspapers are filled with conflicting reports of what Bryan says in his political speeches but you can know for certain by hear BryanLhimself He spoke into the Edison in his best platform style on the red hot political issues and you feel as if you were right there when it hap pened for you hear the ringing words and genuine voice of the speakerEverybody is saying Wonderful It is the real Bryan And everybody is coming to our store to hear the Bryan Records Will you not come too Free exhi bitions every day Genuine Edison Phonographs with the new big horn at 1250 and 25 on terms of 1 a week Records 35 cents each Ed F Alexander IRVINGTON KY For Sale a Desirable Home Within ten minutes walk of Clover port in two tracts One tract of 40 acres nice comfortable cottage good as new with all necessary outbuildings and a nice fish pond located just above Tile plant on river and railroad Also 90 acres adjoining good black land part in timber and part in cultivation Will sell one or both places This is a bar gain for some one For further infor mation apply to Mrs John F Morton Cloverport Ky Edwin Hodge Jr has been chosen Sergeant Major at the Virginia Insti tute at Lexington Va This Is the highest office he can reach in his class in which he holds fourth placeHen derson Journal Important I Mr Jno W fiord an expert repair man is an addition to our jewel ry department Bring your broken Vat ches and Jewelry to Severs Drug Co + KLeCtr1r I lIi t rresidence town and depot Apply at tile News office FOR BALI PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines machinesAlsoOasolineEnginesMARTIN Louisville Kv TsrSpringsVlANTEDTo sell 5000 feet of firstclass WriteJ For Farm Garden g Tobacco Distributes and Dry Pow der Paris Green to Perfection For Sale By McGlothlan Pigptl Irvington Ky Agents for Breckenridge County I Ten Day Cut In Mens Straw Hats 200 Hat goes for 165 175 Hat goes for 140 150 Hat goes for 100 100 Hat goes for 75c 75c Hat goes for 50c 50c Hat goes for 40c 25c Hat goes for 20c GET BUSY BUY A NEW STRAW J C NOLTE BRO CLOVERPORT KY Cadick Milling Co Dont Forget Us When in need of Foundry Machine Boiler and Gasoline Boat Work Tin and Electrical work We carry a full line of Plum bers Supplies Mill Sup plies The best Paints and Floor Finishes Oils Greases Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Order Once a Customer Always One Cloverport Foundry Machine Co w This Refers To CA DICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR Those who have used It are telling their friends about It Those who eat it are In quiring what brand of flour was used to make such delicious bread cakes and piesJoin the happy throng that usesCADlCKSOOLD DUST FLOUR GrandviewIndiana BANK OF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and- Undivided Profits 2200000 Sate Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones and we appre ciate your business and in fluenco Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVW PORT KY I J CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL GREGORY CO Proprietors- Will do Custom Work We sell Flooring Ceiling Cedar Shingles Laths Lime Plaster Hair Doors and Windows Can make plans of building furnish all material and give estimate of cost Our Material is the Best and Prices Low W J 4 L I Food LiwsSHave nevera purebeforeFOR SALE BY if- fi ClovorportT F Hoysor Weisenberg Noble C L 8 m fiirmnl N H Oiiiotrinc W B Oelzerm C J Hensel Irvington J Duggins Harnod Mat jj1 tingly Bros Kirk N M Crews Co McQuady T GrfTV Morgan i Co Stephensport r r Carr Bottling and Manufacturing Works Hawesville Kentucky r j I c1111ij grl Ii inrrrr i V y0 aM5k IM M+v+ xr + t qjrJI xwxwr o- 1fJ1ctqPI + +r M1r r- 1 u Y FREAKS OF RAZORS The Way the Grain of the Blades IIs Sometimes Reversed The finest grades of razors are s icllcate that even the famous Damns cus sword blades cannot equal them In texture It Is not generally known that the grain of a Swedish razor Is so wnsltlve that Its general direction Is tkanged after a short service When 7u buy a line razor the grains run from tho upper end of the outer point im a diagonal direction toward the handle Constant stropping will twist the steel until the grain appears to be straight up and down Subsequent use Jtlll drag the grain outward from the tdge so that after steady use for several I months tho fiber of the steel occu pies a position exactly the reverse of that which It did on the day of pur chase The process also affects the temper of the blade and when the gram sets from tho lower outer points toward the back you have a razor Which cannot be kept In condition even by the most conscientious barber But heros another curious freak that will take place In the same tool If you leave the razor alone for a month or two and take It up you will find that the grain has assumed Its first position The operation can be repeated until the steel is worn through to the back Strand Magazine Old Scottish Sanctuary The old sanctuary of the Abbey and Palace of Holyrodd House to quote the tall description was an interesting in fcUtution The debtor was free from arrest during the week On entering the sanctuary he enrolled himself in a tormal manner and obtained a room that Is If ho could pay for It There was n public house within the boundaries and it was not uncommon to see the debtor in the Inn playing domi HOB and his creditor standing looking ta at the window with wistful eyes j The debtor was safe and ho knew It and the face of tho creditor told the blame tale Sunday being a dies non the debtor could leavo his sanctuary and visit his family but he had to be careful to get back to Holyrood on Sun tlay night Sometimes a debtor had the temerity to leave on a week day but fee did so at his perILLondon Globe Health Coffee Is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet producedThis clever Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis Not a prain of real Coffee In it either Dr Snoops Health Coffee is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an expert who might drink it for Coffee No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiliDgIMade In a minute says the doctor Sold by J C Nolte Bro The English bflt A lady accompanied by her smallI eon was making various purchases at the army and navy stores In London The boy grew tired Who are you buying thoso for he askedWhy for father was the reply Father in heaven or father in In t1a the boy persisted The lady mentioned the remark to a friend who thinking It amusing re peated it to an Englishwoman at church a few days later The Englishi woman listened sympathetically Poor woman I she sighed She was mar twice Everybodys Magazine The Problem Unsolved i story Is told or a young man In a great chess enthusiast who so annoyed at his failure to solve apparently simple problem that he he would neither sleep nor eat the solution was found He shut up In a disused room and was LLTied four days later by his relatives emaciated and out of his mind spent a year in a lunatic asylum as remains of his unsolved rash vow and the prob NervousBreakDown BreakDownNerve the force that controls the or gans of respiration circulation digestion and elimination Whet you feel weak nervous irri table sick it is often because you lack nerve energy and the process of rebuilding and sustaining life is interfered with Dr Miles Nervine has cured thousands of such cases and will we believe benefit if not entirely cure you Try it My nervous system gave away completely and loft me on tho verso of the grave I tried skilled physl clans no permanent relief I got BbaTl had to give un my business I began taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervlne In n few days I was much better and I continued missaman opportunity to recommend this remedy AIRS W L BURKE Myrtle Creek Oregon i Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return T ItTtall Miles Medical Co Elkllart Iud t ti A LITTLE ONE SIDED IAn Exchange of Presents That Was Not Wholly Satisfactory wasodiscussing on one occasion a labor struggle of the past You see they didnt give us a fair deal he said It looked fair on ItsI face but really It was like the deal of Harvey Barr of Braidwood Harvey Barr a successful lawyer had a wonderful talent for getting tho best of people Even at homo he kept this talent In play His wife said to him one morning U Harvey dear this Is the fifteenth anniversary of our wedding What are you going to give me U This is what I am going to give you Harvey answered affectionately- and he handed his wife 15 In crisp fresh bills I Oh thank you And what shall I give you the gratified wife asked 1IThat meerschaum pipe Ive been admiring so long Harvey promptly an wnounced niInthe pipe awaited him It had cost nJustit carefully But as the evening wore on his wife seemed 111 at case miWhereshe said at last fretfully U Why my dear Harvey explained gcDont wStA Millionaires Baby attended by the highest priced baby specialist could not be cured of stomach- or bowel trouble any quicker or surer than your baby if you give it McGees Baby Elixir Cures diarrhoea dysentary and all derangements of the stomach or bowels Price 25 cents and 50 cents Sold by A R Fisher A ThoughtTui tyrant Major Hayford Thorold second In command of the First battalion Duke of Wellingtons regiment had an odd experience in Matabcleland In 1890 when sent to restore order In a little tfltownshipthere he found the acting commandant an exstorekeeper In a state bordering on delirium tremens so ho had him locked up The commandant however managed to break out and make his way to the telegraph office where he dispatched the following wire Chamberlain London Man here named Thorold questions my sobriety Who Is ThoroldT Wire at once to avert bloodshed John D Gregory left yesterday for a short visit to his daughter Mrs R N Hudson at Versailles After spending a few days there he will go to Estill Springs Mr Gregory thinks that his visit will prove very beneficial to him physica- llyvy v li o- At a dinner during an Episcopal convention at Richmond a young lady sitting near the bishop of London said to him Bishop I wish you would set my mind at rest as to the similarity or dissimilarity between your country and ours on one point Does the butterfly because the tomato can The bishop laughed heartily at this vivacious sally Not so a young Englishman of his party who after dinner sought his host UI want to know you know said he about that Joke of Miss Bs She ahsked If butter flew because tomah toes could Pray tell me what the point Is Llpplncotts Magazine Theres nothing so good for a sore throat as Dr Thomas Electric Oil Cures it in a few hours Relieves any pain in any part The Ita Palm In the moonlit garden overlooking the sea no sound was to be heard save tlie petulant plaint of the mosquitoes angry at being disturbed at their food Come said the host let us go and sit under tie Ita palm They wont bother us there In comfort under the ita he went on This tree is from the Orlnoca delta the home of the Warau tribe The Orlnoca delta Is infested with mosqui toes to an Incredible degree The Waraus to escape them live in a palm whose odor tho mosquito cant put up withThis Is the palmthe ita which makes tho naked Waraus mosquito proof bed A handy thing it Is among these salt marshes to have In a garden too Cincinnati Enquirer Basely Deceived Tho HusbandYou want to know where I was so late last night I was at the office balancing my books Tho Wife It seems to me that you balance your books very often That excuse is about threadbare Tho HHmlI If you dont believe me why dont you consult a fortune tellerTho WNot much I consulted one once and she told me n pack of lies The HIndeedlI What did she tell youTho WSho told me I would get a rich handsome kind attentive and truthful husband Costly Eyeteeth I guess paw must have passed a lot of time at the dentists when ho was in Now York said Johnny Green Why do you think so queried his ma It Cause I heard him tell a man to day that It cost him nearly 300 to get Ills eyeteeth cut replied Johnny Chi cago News i 1 II A DRAGON HUNT It Took Place In Turkey and Was a Great Success Yes I wunst hunted dragons and the hunt was successful too said a sailorIt was in Eyoub the native quarter of old Constantinople I lived therewith my wife a Circassian gal Fat mah by name and comIn home from the calf one night Calf Surel Calf Dont you know what a calf is Kind of restaurant Where you eat nnd drink and smoke But where was I You were doming home Well as we come home from the calf Fatmah grabbed my arm pointed- to the moon and give a loud yell Tho full moon behind the domes and min arets was goln Into an eclipse I laughed but Fatmah says U A dragon 0 my beloved she says Ms tryln to devour the moon she sayslIt the faithful slay It not there be no more moonlight says she Then by tar begun the biggest I ever hear All Eyoub was on a dragon hunt From every housetop the faithful fired blunderbusses at the in the hope of klllln the dragon When we sot home I tried to explain to Fatmah what an eclipse was but she thought I was Inughln at her I gave up my explanations and a pistol each of us Joined In the QU bangin away at the dragon from the winder turn and turn about tlBy crlnus we got him I The hunt was a success The dead dragon dropped off the moon and she floated round and silvery wunsf more above the palms and minarets standin black agin the pale sky Fatmah claimed It was her shot what landed him but I was always convinced It was my ownNew Orleans TimesDemocrat THE TREATY TREE Where Penn and the Delaware Chief Exchanged Tokens The treaty tree the original Ameri Hague where our first peace congress was held with William Penn on the one side and the Delaware chiefs on the other was a mighty elm that stood at Shackamaxon on the banks of the Delaware river Kensington one of the suburbs of Philadelphia now surrounds the spot As was customary on such occasions the parties to tho treaty exchanged belts of wampum and the belt said to to have been given Penn on this occa elon is now in the collection of the Pennsylvania Historical society It consists of eighteen strings of black and white beads and In tho center are two figures representing a European and an Indian with hands Joined In friendship In exchanging tokens with the chiefs Penn said The friendship between you and me I will not compare to a chain for that might rust or the falling tree might break We are the same as If one mans body were to be divided into two parts We are all one flesh and blood When the Indians handed Penn the wampum belt of peace they said uWe will live in love and peace with William Penn as long as tho sun and the moon shall endure The treaty tree was blown down In a windstorm March 10 1810 Its age estimated by rings is 283 years The William Penn society erected a marble column upon the site as a permanent monument Kansas City Star The Overtired Conductor When the horse cars were in exist enco there was a greenhorn known as John who conducted on the Thirteenth and Fifteenth street lines He boarded with his two aunts who lived on Cath arine street between Thirteenth and Broad One day his aunts thought they would take a ride with John and see how be was getting along so they waited for his car Soon tho car began to get crowded and passengers got off and on at every square John began to get angry At last ho became so exas perated at having to stop so often that when an old lady asked him to stop at Chestnut he bawled out Im darned sick and tired pulling the bell Itrt nothing but stop hero and stop there stop hero and stop there Away with youse all down to Catharine street with me aunts and you get out In a bunch Philadelphia Ledger Two of a Kind Come come cried the brusque and hustling real estate manIIwhydo you pay rent when you might own a homo II dont pay rent replied the startled stranger Then you own a home Nno Thats strange May I ask your businessIm real estate dealer Cleveland Plain Dealer Two of a Kind Oh George sighed the lovesick maiden Im sure Im not worthy to toe your wife Well replied George wearily Im not worthy to be your husband so were Just about evenly matched Philadelphia Press To the Strict Letter Mary said the lady of the house sou didnt put any salt in this bread But replied the new girl didnt tho master say yesterday he wouldnt have nothing but fresh bread on hIs table mum The colors on tho artists palette make no show but when they are spread on the canvas we see their beautyGeikien VV i iThe Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company e t x lu B F BEARDPresident M H BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier I IIItime no more Three per II cent is as much as this state and as much as any safely bank can afford to pay I Louisville Evansville Packet CoU- NCOaPOIUTZDI I PASSENGER RATES REDUCED Cloverport to Louisvill 175 Cloverport to Evansville 175 Boats leave Louisville Mondays Wednssdays Fridays and Soturdays at 4 pm Freight shipped by this lins delivered quicker than by rail Through rates quoted to all Ohio Cumberland Green Barren and Tennessee river points Write for folder General of frees 154 to 158 Fourth street Louisville KyT L BENNETT 0 F fc P A CEO H WILSON Supt An Unhappy OutlOOK Prospective TenantI should want the studio for sculpture Caretaker Yes sir Some of these Is rented for that Theres n sculptor molding next door sir Harpers Weekly Mutual Reluctance Here is my seat madam but candor compels me to say that I think you are as well able to stand as I am Politeness compels me to say Thank you sir Chicago Tribune Earnestness is enthusiasm tempered ky reason Pascal Boys Life Saved My little boy four years old bad a severe attack of dysentery We had two physicians both of them gave him I up We then gave him Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy which cured him and believe that saved his lifeWilliam H Stroling Carbon Hill Ala There is no doubt but this remedy saves the lives of many each year Give it with castor oil ac cording to the plain printed directions anda cure is certain For sale Severs drug store atII English Army horses Every horse In the English army Is numbered and has a little history kept for it all to himself The number Is branded upon the animals hind teot the thousands on tho near hind foot and the units ten and hundreds on tho off hind foot Thus the horso whose number Is say 8354 will have an 8 on his left hind foot and 354 on tho other one On what is called his veterinary history sheet everything about the horse will from time to time be writ tenLondon Army Journal Something Comic Brownblggo to waitress who has handed him n newspaperAlnt yer tot nothing comic I likes to have something funny to look at while Im aheating Waitress Theres a looking glass straight In front of you slrLon don TitBits Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor In fifty one bottle by Cheerfulness soon I disappear when the are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble has prevalentthat for a child to be born kidIneysurine scat- reaches the flesh or If when the child an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of unpleasanttroublekidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold by druggists sizes cent and You may dollarII sample mall and kidneys free also pamphlet tell Horns of sraupitoot ing all about it Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer St Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont makelany mistake but remember tb name SwampRoot Dr1 Kilmers Swamp Root and tbo address BlnRhamton N Y son fwerrj bottle u m Capital 50000 Surplus 5000 DIRECTORS Eskridge Beard Richardson Dr Kincheloo Robertson Beard deposits pay managed children First State Bank A Rry IRVINOTON KYjW J PIGGOTT President R WIMP VlcePresldroW H H KEEPER Cashier 11Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits flrl L i w AaebjH Presldent A B SKILIJAN Cashier F L Lionrroor ViceVresldent CHAB SKitrjAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGB II l fJ3ANKOrg- anized 1872 caPI ataadS w 15200000 Insured in every way and pr ei the latest equipment a- 1InterestBusiness great and small solicited 1 4 The Carlsbad of Americai French Lick and West Baden Springs Ino Now reached by direct line of the Southern Railway Leave Evansville 720 am 2 20 pm Rockport 7 15 am 215 pm Cannelton 7 15 am 2 15 pmVTell City 7 25 am 2 22 pm 11 Troy 7 35 ajn 232 pm Arrive French Lick10 20 am 5 pm Arrive West DadenIO 30 nm 5 55 pm Daily Except Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS Evansville to French Llck3 16 Rockport 2 52 canneltoDII 2 72 Tell City 2 60 TroyII I 2 44 D Stratton P At Ind J C Beam Jrt A G P A St Louis O 4C CE THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville IILouisville Mgr w TED We solicit E CALDWELL President LELAND HUMS General Manager Hrs Dream TowneDo you believe in dreams Browne I used to but I dont any more as asI you were eh Browne Ob It wasnt a question of I was In love with one once and she jilted me Catholic Standard and Times How It Happened True the night was dark but he appeared to jump In front of tho automobile Force of habit The poor fellow was an actor and naturally dived for the spot light Kansas City Journal Morris G W D S A M C V BF JOHN BOWMEB = very 45 ToWestBaden3 20 II 25611 2 76 I I 2 64 II 2 48ii J a Evansville J Mo tCC C 9G l IiEREA Themost centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city making a 1800 rate Only one block from the principal and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass theidoor to all parts otthe neat andiclean CUMBERLAND TELEPHONES INcoaOKA TELEGWIIco Idistance ofthisalmostanywhereSouthernIllinoisMississippiandquickandthepeoplei reasonable unsurpassedlIAs TowneNot superstitious superstition deliberately shopplngjdlstrlct city- Everything T D WEBB Treasurer JW HUNTER Jr- Secretwr Pain will depart in exactly 20 minutes if one of Dr Shoops Pink rain Tablets is taken Pain anywhere Remember Pain Always means congestion blood labloodt pres ShoopHeadacbe Pain Tablets cocathisl centers Painful periods with womed get instantrelief 20 tablets 25c Sold by All Dealers 4t r T 7 ilSTREET GUARDS Detectives Haunt New orks Financial District 3TECTING ITS MILLIONS e Is No Display of Uniformed Po e but the Bags of Gold and the ndles of Bills and Securities Are rely Watched by Keen Eyes ro millions of dollars are carried ugh Wall street every day than other thoroughfare In the country jln a week and yet to the casual rver at least the great financial er boasts fewer policemen rind de ives than the average city boule i Tim explanation is in the boast Wall street is not obstruslve in nethods of guarding Its money but yards it nevertheless The appar y idle individual lounging along behind a bank clerk hurrying to ti the subtreasury with a suit case is hand is an armed detective The 11 t loitering on the curb and that er seeming workman riding on the of a wagon creaking under its 1 of canvas bags are detectives and y much alert to what is going on tho clerk with the suit case is car I ng a small fortune In paper money 1 the trucks load is 2000000 inld Vail street long ago learned that un r1 ta guards were far better than a dls jfflay of uniformed police for they do not attract a crowd of curious says the New York Tribune Moreover thotunknown guards can watch bank clerks as well as bank thieves Under I the present method a bank clerk hast the comfortable feeling that a million or two have been intrusted to him while athis heels may tread a detective who sees that the money reaches its desti nation in safety then ho is swallowed up in the crowd and neither clerk nor crowd is aware of his existence A few years ago an express company iqnt a large consignment of cash to Wall street in wagons guarded by men carrying rifles The caravan attracted such a crowd and advertised so widelyI ttho sending and receiving of riches that he company never repeated its expert 1pntot a show of force Now mil lops are shipped across the city in optfn trucks with only a helper on t tho seat beside the driver But both driver and helper aro heavily armed and on the sidewalk keeping pace with tlft wagon Are two or three unobtrusive 1 Individuals who are special guards and 1 known for their ability to hit whatever I they shoot atIIn the vaults of tho New York sub I treasury is perhaps 350000000 in I oney and yet one sees few guards 1 ound the building But tho guards 1 re there and doubly awe inspiring because they are unseen and unknown 1 A clerk in shirt sleeves lounges for a minute In tho corridor while a hand truck piled high with canvas bags Is dragged Into the building The can vas bags are filled with gold and the lerkI is an armed detective Each canvag by tho way weighs eight een pounds and contains 5000 fn gold J A wagon backs up to the curb It too 1 is loaded with white bags much splashJJ r 1 I SUffERED WITH ECZEMA 25 YEARS I Limb Peeled and Foot Was Like Raw FleshHad to Use CrutchesI and Doctors Thought Amputation Necessary Montreal Woman Writes of Cure Seven Years Agojj BELIEVES LIFE SAVEDI BY CUTICURA REMEDIES S I havo been treated by doctors for twentyfive years for a bad case of eczema on my log They did their best but failed to cure it My doctor had ad vised mo to have my leg cut off but Isaid I would try the Cuticura Remedies first He said Try them if you like but theTwillAt this time ray leg was peeled from the knee my foot was like a piece of raw flesh and I had to walk on crutches I bought a cake of Cuticura Soap a box of Cuticura Ointment and a bottle of Cuticura Pills After the first two treatments the swelling went down and in two months my leg was cured and the new skin came onT The doctor could not believe his own eyes when he saw that Cuticura had cured me and said that ho would use it for his own patients I used two cakes of Cutioura Soap three boxes of Ointment and five bottles of Resolvent and I have now been forthelost my life I have lots of grand children and they are frequent users of Cuticura and I always recommend it to tho many people whom my business brings to ray house every day Mrs JeanBaptlsto Renaud clairvoy ant 277 Mentana St Montreal Que Feb 20 10071 SLEEP FOR BABIES Rest for Mothers Instant relief and refreshing sleep for akintortured babies and rest for tired fretted mothers in warm baths with Guticjira Soap and gentle anointings with Cuticura Ointment the great skin cure and purest of emollients CUtkura Soap 25o Cuticura OIntment 500 and Cuticura Resolvent Me in the form ot Chocolate ttedPllle 25e per vial ot 60 8oM throughout tke vrodd Potter Drag tChem Corp Bolo Prop WAUlled rrwCuttc ire Booko Bkte DJMMN e Proof is inexhaustible that it Lydia E Plnklmms Vegetables Compound carries women safely a through the Change of Life Read the letter Mrs E Hanson 304 E Long St Columbusr Ohio writes to Mrs Pinkham I was passing through the Change of Life and suffered from nervousness headaches and other annoying symptoms My doctor told me that Lydia E PInkhams Vegetable Com pound was good for me and since taking it I feel so much better and I cnn agliln do my own work I never forget to tell my friends what Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound did for me during this trying period II FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs Has been tho standard remedy for female ills andhas positively cured thousands or women who have been troubled with displacementsinflammatioI1ulceratiol periodic pains backache that bear ingdown feeling flatulency indi es dizziness or nervous prostration Why dont you try it Mrs Pinkham Invites all sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Maw ea With UlUU irom tucu juutuej Lout some steamship dock Two or three clerks stand idly on the sidewalk and- a hatless mau paces the corridor while the bags aro being hauled into the buildingmore gold here and more de tectives but so unobtrusively Is the whole work carried on that no crowd Is attracted to tho scene But for all the seeming indifference tho subtreasury is an arsenal and fully prepared to deal either with tho in dlvldual robber or the collective mob High up between the Doric columns that lank the Pine street entrance to the building are two apparently small holes One notices the heavy iron door and the stout iron grille but not tho holes in the masonry And yet those holes are tho real terror to possible thieves or mobs for they are fitted with trapdoors and their purpose is to permit tho dropping of dynamite bombs upon the heads of rioters should they storm the building But these bombs are but a small part of tho system of defense Scattered around among tho clerks in the various rooms aro open pino boxes each of which holds a half dozen revolvers The boxes are so placed as to be with in reach of the clerks at all times and the clerks know how to shoot It is up under tho roof of tho build ing however that the real arsenal Is to bo found It contains at present a hundred Springfield rifles twenty of which are fitted with bayonets and 12000 rounds of ammunition Close by are four Catling guns mounted on their tripods and provided with 20000 rounds of cartridges Besides these aro a hundred Colt revolvers with 1200 cartridges and most awe inspiring of all perhaps 1500 bombs are ready to bo dropped through those holes over the entrance on tho heads of any un desirable persons who insist upon en tering the building Under the caves on tho Nassau street front of the building tho windows aro equipped with steel shutters so designed that they may bo projected from the wall and give shelter to marksmen who with their rifles could t oweep Broad and Nassau streets clear of human beings in a few minutes Al though those weapons are never used they are kept in perfect order By no means is all the gold of Wall street kept in the subtreasury In tho vaults down in the basement of the Stock Exchange building aro stored millions of securities and twice each day in the morning and again in the evening trucks back up to tho curb and trunks filled with bonds and se curities of all kinds are carried out of or into the building In order to guard amply against accidents making It im possible to open the vaults thoro are two doors one at tho Broad street end and tho other at tho New street side of the long room each door having four time locks Each of these giant doors weighs twenty tons and cost 30000 A lieutenant of tho New York po lice has charge of the financial de tective bureau composed of twelve or fifteen central office men with head quarters in a room on the fifth floor of tho Stock Exchange building Walll street side These men are on duty from 0 a m to 4 p m and inako it their business particularly to watch tho transfer of valuables to and fromI safe deposit vaults early and late inI the day They stroll through the dis trict comparing notes with private watchman in banks and looking out for crooks who may daro to invade tho historic dead line of Broadway Pearl I Beaver and Liberty streets They cor rect tho caolessness of messepger lads who come down tho steps of the sub treasury counting a bunch of hundredI dollar bills they unobtrusively follow porters with valises of greenbacks and stand by to make an arrest when a Pinkerton has gathered evidence against a dlBhongat employee JtisI tho boast or toe nnnucmt sQuiia inu not a dollar has been stolen by profes sionals In the district since Inspector Byrnes mapped the dead line Over ThirtyFire Years In 1872 there was a great deal of diarrhoea dysentery and cholera Infan turn It was at this time that Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoe Remedy was first brought into use 1 It provel more successful than any othe remedy or treatment and has for thirty five years maintained that record From a small beginning its sate and use hai extended to every part of the Unite States and to many foreign countries Nine drugghts out of ten will recommend when their opinion is asked although they have other medicines that pay thor greater profit It can always be de pended upon even In the most severe and dangerous cases For sale at Sever drug store THE DOGS OF WAR Mora Than a Mere FIguro of Speecn 1n Remote Times Tho dogs of war is not a mere figure of speech In remote times dog were used for war purposes Plutarci1 and Pliny relate many InstancesI I e of Agcsllaus at the siege of Mantlnea of Cambyses in his expedition to Egypt of the king of the Geromantlans In ra gaining his throne Aeneas GOO B 0 tells of dogs that carried letters In their collars also tho Clmbrlans and Teuton kept dogs These however were tight Ing dogs justly dreaded by tho Roman soldiers Tho Roman military author Vegetlus reports that dogs were used In the for titled towers to make known by their barking the approach of the enemy and to keep the garrisons awake also dur- Ing the middle ages war dogs were used for guarding camps and bulwarks Scotch bloodhounds were specially reputed for tracking escaped prisoners They were also used for attacking the enemys cavalry mutilating the horses with the prongs and hooks of their coats of mall To these coats firepots were attached which set the camps oc fire In the days of Granson and Mur ten 147G the battles started with in fight of Swiss dogs against Burgundian dogsand at Murteu the Burgundian dogs were dismembered by their ad versarles from the Alps It is said that after the discovery of America war dogs slaughtered not less than 200C IndiansThe of dogs for fighting purposes continued in modern times Emperor Charles V 15181550 received from England 4000 dogs as subsidiary forces against France Al Valence French and Spanish dogs joined battle in which the latter remained victors As late as in the sev enteenth century war dogs wero used as scouts against tho Turks In 1822 an assault on the Acropolis of Athens by the Greeks was frustrated by dogs The French employed dogs in Tunis against Arabian tribes In Mexico it IBM the dogs of tho Zaccateca volun teer corps proved the most terrible adversaries of the Mexican guerrilla until they were got rid of by poison In tho last TurkoRusslan war 1877 1878 the Russians employed war dogs both In Europe and in Asia Tne Austrians and Hollanders also used trained dogs successfully to protect themselves against being surprised by the enemy and to find their adver saries In the Impenetrable thickets Today tho dog is no longer employed as a fighter He is trained to carry ammunition to the battlefield to guard the outposts prevent skirmishers from stealing at too close range forward letters and finally as a Samaritan in finding the wounded after a battle Minneapolis Journal It Cant Be Beat The best of all teachers is experience C M Harden of Silver City North Carolina says I find Electric BittersI does all thats claimed for it For Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles it cant- e beat I have tried it and find it aI iiiost excellent medicine Mr Harden- is right its the best of all medicines also for weakness lame back and allI run down conditions Best too for chills and malaria Sold under guarantee at Seyerr drug store Soc How Macaroni Is Maae This is how macaroni is made To very glutinous wheat flour is added a plentiful supply of dried eggs Mixedl with water this becomes a dough which is so thickly kneaded as to bot difficult to impress with the fingers Then it is carried to a round pressI perforated with holes through whichI the dough Is pressed by means of a heavy plato worked by a screw The result is macaroni without holes in tho sticks Plpo macaroni Is made through a slmillar press with time difference that a round pleco of metal makes tho central hole As it issues in long snaky ropes from tho bottom of tho press they are violently fanned to pre vent them from sticking together andI are afterward taken out into the open and laid on long bamboo poles to dry Two or three days exposure in tho warm sunny air of Italy makes the dough pipes hard and brittle and fit to use for food Just Exactly Right III have used Dr Kings New Life Pil1s for several yearsand find them just exactly right says Mr A A Felton of larrisville N Y New Life Pills re lieve without the least discomfort Best emedy for constipation bllUousness and malaria 25c at Severs drug store 4 A CONFIDENCE GAME It Was Boldly Planned and Suc cessfully Worked THE VICTIM BADLY CAUGHT A Daring and Brazen Smallpox Swin dle by Which Two Clever Schemers Fleeced a Helpless Hotel Keeper Outa of 5000 I dare say you never heard of the great smallpox swindle said the hotel manager The facts of that remarkable affair were withheld at the time for the most urgent reasons of policy and even now I prefer to tell the story 1 without names or localities It hap pened In the fall of 1880 when a certain hotel in a largo western city was crowded with tourists One day at the height of tho season two gentle manly looking strangers put up at the f house and were assigned to what we call a double room About n week I later one of them appeared at tho of I lice and requested a private Interview with the manager I regret to inform you he said after the door was closed that my friend Is down with a severe I attack of smallpox Tho proprietor nearly fell out of his chair Thoro was known to be 1 smallpox in tho city and the bare sug gestlon that the disease had appeared In the hotel was enough to empty it in a twinkling To let the news get out meant the loss of thousands upon J thousands of dollars It meant the I ruin of the seasons business rio must be quietly removed at once said the proprietor trying to control his agitation Removed exclaimed tho other Taken through tho cold air to a laza J rettol Why man that would be mur derl Ill not permit iU The hotel keeper was thunderstruck Do you mean to say he must I stay here7 he gaspedICertainly said tho stranger It was a ticklish situation The hotel keeper dare not enforce his sugges tion while to lot tho case remain was like storing gunpowder in q furnace room He pleaded protested begged threatened and blustered but all in vain Tho man was firm as a rock It you attempt to eject my sick friend ho declared Ill publish your inhumanity to the entire community Finally it occurred to the distracted proprietor to see first whether It was really a case of smallpox so he sent for a physician swore him to secrecy and bustled him up to the room The doctor took one look at the disfigured face on the pillow and reported that the malady was there In a malignant type Ho advised tho mans Immediate removal at any cost If you keep him concealed ho said the disease may spread and It would ruin you for life You owe something to your guests Again the proprietor Interviewed th friend and again the latter refused to budge from his position Where can I take hlml he de manded You know very well I cantt get comfortable quarters for such aI purpose and I wont have him butchered In a pesthouse to please any land lord on earth The hotel man felt hi hair stand on end but concluded to lett things stand as they were until morn ingNext day he sent for the sick mans friend and asked him whether he had any suggestions to make Yes he replied I thought up a plan overnight which you may adopt or not as you like As I said before ho continued it is useless to try to rent quarters for such a case We might however buy a small cottage and take him there I have figured the thing up and the total expense would bo about 5000 If you are willing to hand over that amount I will take him away and assume all1I further responsibility I make the otter entirely out of sympathy for your guestsTho landlord looked him In the 1 too havo thought tho situatio- over na he said and Im convinced it simpleIIm convinced theres nothing ter with your dear friend upstairs but I am also convinced that the slightest breath of tho affair wouldI greatly damage the reputation of the house As a business proposition Ii consider it worth 5000 to get rid ofr you The other man smiled ironically Call a cab and get out your money he said and Inside an hour tho Incu bus had been spirited through a side door swathed in blankets and driven awayAs tho landlord shrewdly surmised tho wholo thing was a confidence game and ho learned the particulars later on through a sport ho had once befriended There was nothing the matter with the rascal upstairs exceptt that his face had been pricked a little with a quill dipped In croton oil some thing that makes a horrible looking pustule which disappears in a few days and leaves no mark I always thought tho hotel man showed good senso in taking the course ho did He was caught in a trap and took the cheapest way out Tho bare rumor o oven a suspected case would probabl- have involved a loss of 50000 or 60 000 It was far hotter to pay the 5 000 and charge it to education New Orleans TimesDemocrat A Wonder BillIs ho clover with his pen JillVery Why he can hold hh fountain pen behind his ear without getting ink all over his cheek =Yon kers Statesman Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you aro interested in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you t are looking for i We recommend the following properties as being productive fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quicksales Jno D Babbage Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Well located Hunts fur5 per month C t Ten 1M acres on Hardlnsburg and 3 13U Kails of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwelling and a good big barn tlO acres In oak and beecb timber The oak timber Is good tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can be hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plenty Rood water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments FOR SALEA splendid stand druggist physician In a Rood tofl rrounded by Rood prosperous farmers Tills Is just the place or some young physician to step Into a Rood practice and a pood drug business An old established physician wants to retire Is the reason for selling For further partic ulars address JNO D DADBAGE Clover port Ky and0r5Fallsfrom Sample Improvements two onestory dwallings three big barns hOlt house and blacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 22J acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of Rood water the year round Onethird cash and good easy terms on balance 3 from6IfoltIn good shape good fenclug one good dwel llug house 3 rooms 1 Rood cistern 1 barn 30x46 feet 1 neverfalling spring two ponds This Is Rood tobacco wheat and corn land 20 acres In timber white oak sugar tree and beech balance cleared Plenty of good fruit Good road to StephensportSH miles and Rood road to Uol 1H wiles This farm Is not worn out It is Rood land and In good fix Just the farm for a man with a small familyI tobacco County to at a to the July 11 Three questions come before county itself to five River county 800 acres 0 miles from Cloverport onUloverportprovemonts 6room dwelling 23x30 feet and other out buildings 12 acres In orchard acresIngrassbalance wheat located market Onethird cash balance on easy terms I1t850 72 acre farm miles from Clo bouse and corn crib One good cistern and 6 fresh water s 1 tar and sulphur spring 33 acres cleared land balance in 7 acres in orchard Raised 20000 pounds of tobacco In 1900 sold it nt 8 13 and tJ On six acres of the wood land there are farmforsmall Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of good will etc Annual sales 5000 to a Post office connection which pays about 120 per year miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a good For particulars write JNO D BABBAGE = CJoverport Ky The Proof is in the Comparison productegoes into their stationery have preferred eMPM tBOCOQ irre spective of price for fifteen years Not the cheapening hurry of today hut the old slow carefulmethods that make for fineness and permanence are still used in making COS0PQM DBOK1E Its beautiful color and texture its remarkable toughness and andsincomparable paper for all business correspondence Write your letters so that they will compel a readingwrite them on THE DE LUXE BUSINESS PAPER Order letter heads and envelopes from us and enjoy complete letter satisfaction The Breckenridge News Job Room Carries This Paper in Stock 1 111 J14 nHowI do You get Your There are Several Ways to oe AO ee esrerr e Are you using a modern hygienic laborsaving convenient method or do you use the windlass or rope or backbreaking pump in your well or cistern and water in a pail from spring If you are using these unhandy uneconomical and unsatisfactoryIf V youstopandthink aboutit methods you will da well to investigate the Howard System for Domestic Water Supply 1Ata small first cost you can have this system installed in your home and after doing a few minutes work each morning it enables you to have fresh cool water flow direct from cistern or spring to any part of tho house or premises by simply opening the valve at the point where water is desired All the work for the day may be done at one time by a special hand air pump is easily operated with one hand If you will write us we will gladly furnish you full information re garding our system THE HOWARD MFG CO Cloverport KyTT i Vs CaILYEvery grower of Brecken ridge is urged be present meeting be held in court house at Hardinsburg at 2 oclock on Satur day 1908 will the meeting Firsts shall Breckenridge tie the other counties in the Green Tobacco Association Second shall Breckenridge form an in 183 barn GoodlimestoneWell for 43ti Bowling smalldwelUDRsrings woods ThisIsfarm goods 6000 year in Three business further over sI LV Water tote your well that dependent Association governed by fifteen farmers chosen by the members of the organizations Third under prevailing conditions shall Brecken ridge join any association at the present time or will she wait until further 4 de velopments This call is issued by direction of growers assembled June 18 H DeHaven Moorman Sect Growers Com u I r Pr 4 t 1 I tii fe Quarterly rt of The 1tt Custer Branch Bank At tho close of business on tho 30th day of Juno 1908 RESOURCESr tLLoans and discounts 116V 03 Overdrafts secured 0- 0l Overdrafts unsecured 00 Duo from NationalBanks 3521 83 l jI Duo from Stato Banksp and Bankers 1200 05 I Duo from Trust Corn panies 00 4121111- II p lotOther 00 00 tp MOrtgages 00 ILSBonds 00 I Other Stocks and Bands 00 Specie 1228 M I Currency 3000 00 422384 Exchange for Clearings 00 Other Itoms carried as Cash 00 Furniture and Fixtures 450 00 p Fund to pay Taxes 00 Current Expenses Last I 00Give 00 L t howtowned longer than five ye r8f I 035880 I LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in I 00ISurplus Fund Undivided Profits S ill 411 Duo Depositors as fol lows viz toInot paid S14 247 31 Deposits subject to check on which int is paid rIJl Demand certificatesJI deposits on which int Is paid 00 Time certificates of deposits on which Int Is paid 12000 00 Saving Deposits on J which int is paid 00 I Certified Chocks 00 28247 31 I Due National Banks 00 Duo Stato Banks and Bankers 00 f Due Trust Companies 00 Cashiers Chocks outstanding 00 Bills rediscounted 00 I Unpaid dividends 00 I Taxes duo and unpaid 00 c Capital Stock not paid 00 L 2635380 SUPPLEMENTARY Uighest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person com pany or firm including Inthe 11 blIty of tim company or firm the liability of tho individual members thereof directly or indirect ly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of tho bank 00 How lsindobtednossstatedinabove item J secured 00 StatutesUlghtestof any director or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of Bans 00 See Sec 583 KontucKy Statutes 00Doesany person company or firm in cluding in tho liability of tho company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up 00If00Amount00Weretherefrombelorowas not less than 10 per cent of net profits of tho banK for the period covered by tho dividend carried to the surplus fund be fore said dividend was declared Seo Sec 596 Koutucicy Statutes IStateofKentucky I l SSiiruckentldge f A B Suter Cashier of Custer Branch Bank a Bunk organized loatcdand doing business at No street In the town of Ouster in foreI ment of the conditioner the said Bank at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1008 to the host of his knowledge and belief and further says the busluess of said Bank has been transacted at tho location named i reporrIsreceived from the Secretary tjf State desig nating the 30th day of Juno 1903 as the day on which such report shall be made A H Suter Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by A B Suter the 30th day of June 1903 Gilbert H Pile Notary Public Commission expires February 10 1910 W J Plggott WimpAlex Directors t STEPHENSPORT Rev J T Lewis filled his appoint ment here Saturday and Sunday- S H Dijcand daughters Misses Cecil and Marion and Mrs Mollie Atkinson attended the picnic at Bruners Springs Saturday Mr Barney Frymire is quite ill Mr and Mrs Thomas Smith spent the Fourth of July in Tell City LMrs M D Roberts who has been quite ill is slowly improving I picI nic at Bruner Springs Saturday Hewitt Dix attended the picnic at Tar Springs Saturday Dr Frymire was called here Sunday in consultation in MrBarney Frymires case Mr and Mrs L B McCubbins and little daughter Ruth left last week for Hardinstjurgfor a few days stay and will then leave for California where Mr McCubbins has a good position We were sorry to see them go and wish them much success and yet we admire their nerve in going and think if some more of our citizens would do like wise it would be better for them The farmers feel very much encourag S ed since the fine rains we had last week which was very much needed Mr and Mrs James Kerr And children of Louisville are guests of their parents Mr and Mrs Philip Petitt of Rome Ind oirrs Rosalia Glogaur of Louisville is the guest of her neice Mrs W J Shopp Thomas Robisqn of California is visiting friends and relatives here Mr Roblspn moved frpm here about three i years ago 4 1 1 c h Mrs Barney Gardner of Rome Ind k was the IDlest of her daughter Mrs ff4t1geneConnor Saturday 1 j fifiii Ft 4i ifM fIif t j J h t E Quarterly Report of The JI 9 First State Bank- At the close of business on the 30th day of June 1908 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 48i0 53 Overdrafts socured j1163l Overdrafts unsecured Due from National Banks 9150 48 Due from State Banks and Bunkers 00 Duo from Trust Corn panics 50000 10250 43 Bunking House and lot 4000 00 Other Real Estate 00 Mortgages 00 U S Bonds 00 I BandsI1803 8- 0Cirrency 00 2100 00 3963 SO Exchange for Clearings ot Other Items carried as Cash 272 00 Furniture and Fixtures 1000 01 Fund to pay Taxes 00 Current Expenses Last Quarter 00 00 Give description loatton value and how long owned all real estate except banking house and lot If any owned longer than five years 00 163180 55 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In 00cash008urplusUndivided Profits 591 42 Due Depositors as fol lows vizi Deposits subject to chock on which Int lsM 9notDeposits subject to check on which Int Is paid 00 Demand certificates of deposits on which Int Is paid 00 Time certificates of deposits on which Int Is paid 20307 30 Saving Deposits on which let Is paiL 00 Certified Checks 00 45214 99 Duo National flanks 00 Due Stato Banks and Bankers 74 14 Duo Trust Companies 00 74 14 Cashiers Chocks out standlnlfoo 00 Ellis rediscounted 00 Unpaid dividends 00 Taxes due and unpaid 00 Capital Stock not paid oO 68180 55 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm Including Inthe 11 blilty of the company or firm the llablllty of the individual members thereof directly or indirect ly If such Indebtedness exceeds SO per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount 00flowItem secured 00 See Soc 583 Kentucuy Statutes Hightostamountoflndebtednessof any director or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock 00See00Doesany person company or firm in eluding in the liability of the J company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exc ed 30 per cent of paid up 00If00Amount J 00WereJ and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of nit profits of tho bans for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund be fore said dividend was declared Yes Seo See 596 Kentucxy Statutes Stuteof Kentucky I S5 County ot Breckenridge H II Kemper Cashier of the First State Bank a Bank organized In 1003 located and doing buslnest at No street In the town of Irvlngton In said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1903 to the best of his knowledge ana belief and further Sllyjo that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made In compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary j of State designating the 30th day of JuneC1908 as the day on which such report shall bei madeiI II H Komper Cashier Subscribed and sworn to bef re mo by H U Kemper the 1st day of July 1009CPublicMyWJ Pljfgott I iAlexjDirectorsj I BLACK JACK OTESJJ Misses Lillie and Dona Miller spent last Saturday night and Sunday with Misses Florence and Lula Sherlock of Ekron and attended the ice cream supper at that place Mr and Mrs Ernest Barnes of t Marion county is visiting her father W W Barnes this weekcc Mr and Mrs ChasPriceof Branden burg spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs J H Shacklett Miss Rose Dowell is spending this week with Mrs Geo Prather I Rev C W Bowlds dined with Mr and Mrs Tim Clary of Garrett last Sunday and preached a fine sermon at the school house i Mr and Mrs Everett Bradly attend ed the picnic at Stithton the Fourth and spent Saturday night and Sunday with Clarence Bradley Bilge Dowell took dinner with Tom Miller Sunday and attended preaching atGarrettMrs Ann Hardesty is thought to have typhoid fever She is seventy seven years of age Miss Lillie Miller and brother Jim attended the BrammerWilliams wedding last Tuesday MrS Mary Lamb called to see Mrs Sarah A Hardesty last Thursday afternoonMr Mrs Ernest Barnes of Marion County and W W Barnes spent Wednesday with Mrs E L Dowell HARNED Rev J Dujfglns filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday I i Quarterly Report of The Bankof Cloverport- At the closo of business on tho 30th day of June 1908 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 50237 23 Overdrafts secured 152 00 Overdrafts unsecured hO 88 Duo from National Batiks 4525 91 Duo from Stato Banks and Bankers 00 Duo from Trust Com panics 00 4525 01 BnnldnsUouse and lot 00 Other Real Estate 00 Mortgages 00 rU 8 Bonds 00 Other Stocks and Bands 00 Specie 1000 08 Currency 2331 00 423406 Exchange for Clearings 00 Other Items carried as Cash 00 Furniture and Fixtures lOOOOO Fund to pay Taxes 00 Current Expenses Law Quarter 475 63 Expons squarterendlng March 31 1006 609 40 108503 Giro description Ioeattion value and how long owned all real estate except banking house and lot if any owned longer than flvo years 00 61245 17 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in 10 cash 12000000 Surplus Fund 1 11000 Undivided Profits 2055 76 line Depositors as follows vlx Deposits subject to chock on which Int Is not paid 13S08 84 Deposits subject to chock on which Int Is paid I00 Demand certificates ofAdeposits on which Int is paid 00 Time certificates of deposits on which int is paid2074320Savingi whichi Int la pakL 00 Certified Chocks 00 3405204 Duo National Banks 77 37 Duo State Banks and Bankers 00 Due Trust Companies 00 7737 Cashiers Checks out standlpgSBills rediscounted 395000 Unpaid dividends 00 Taxes duo and unpaid 00 Oapltal Stock not paid 00 801845 17 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person com pany or firm including Intho 11 blllty of the company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof directly or indirect ly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of the bank5375 00 How Is indebtedness stated inabove- IkernI secured By mortgage on Real Estate in Breckenrldge county Kentucky worth double the amount of the loan above all other incumbrances See Sed83 Kentucky Statutes Hlghtest amount of indebtednessof any director or officer if amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock 00gHow is same secured Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm in cluding In the liability of the company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus No If so state amount of such indebt ednessv 00 Amouut of last dividend 00 Were all expenses losses interest and tates deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of tho banK for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund be XSeeStato of Kentucky I qq County of Ureckonrldge f Marlon Wcatlierholt cashier of Bank of Cloverport a Bank organized located and doing business at No Wall street in the City of Cloverport Ky in said county be reportlsIndition of the said Bank at the close of bust ness on the 30th day of June 1008 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at tho location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received rom the Secretary of State designating tho 0th day of Jane 1908 as the day on which such report shall bo made Marlon Weatherbolt Cashier ofbyMarionJuno 1908 Chas B Sklllman Notary Public My commission expires January 21 1908 R L Oelze A A Simons John A BarryDirectors The crops are much revived owing to the recent rains Miss Myra Macy and Mr J M Crume dined with Mr and Mrs Monroe Basham SundayMisses Katie Simmons and Glen Johnson visited Misses Mary and Nan nie Beauchamp of near here Saturday and Sunday Miss Elizabeth Beatty is suffering with neuralgia- Mr and Mrs J A Gray and little son Taylor visited Mr and Mrs Ernest Driskell Sunday Dr Raymond Meador of Curter was the guest of J M Crume Saturday night Mis esRn anl Ola Gray were the guests of their cousinsMis EmmaGray Sunday afternoon Elmer Butler of neat West View was the gUest of his grandparents Mr and Mrs W O Butler of this place Saturday afternoon Robert Weatherford is on the sick listReid and Willard Driskell of Har clinsburc were the guests of their iI Quarterly Report of The Two States Bank At the close of business on the 30th day of June 1908 a RESOURCES Loans and dlscounts 573596 63 0000OverdraftsDuo from National Bauksj14674D-uo I from State Banks and Bankers 500 00 Due from Trust Cou panics 00 40a214 Banking House and lot 50289 Other Real Estato 00 MortRages 00 U Sdhonds 00 Other Stocks and Bands 00 Specie 163081 Currency 7114 00 87H 81 Exchange for Clearings 00 Other Items carried as 00lIurnlturoFundtopay Taxes 15511- 2OreQt Expenses Last- 00 Six months 9595- 3LIABILITIES 959 53 90323 75 I Capital Stock paid in in ogSurplusUndivided Profits 3105 09 Uuo Depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to check on which Int Is not paId21961 45 DepostsBubJect to check on which int is paid 00 Demand certificates of deposits on which Int is paidJ 00 Time certificates of de posits on which int is paid 45390 00 Saving Deposits on which Int is paid 00 Certified Checks 00 1135145 Due National Banks 00 Duo State Banks and Bankers 00 Due Trust Companies 00 00 Cashiers Checks outstanding 00 Bills rediscounted 00 Unpaid dividends 00 Taxes due and unpaid 00 Capital Stock not paid 00 19033 72 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder porson com panyor firm Including lathe ii thelIabllltybers thereof directly or indirect ly it such Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the bank None How Is indebtedness stated inabove Item secured iP StatutesHlghtestof any director or officer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of DanK None StatutesifowissamoDoes amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm Including in tho liability of the company or firm the liability of tho individual members thereof exceed SO per cent of paid up NoIf00AmountWere all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bans for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund be yesSeelSSOountyf StatesBankdoingbusinessStopbensport Ky in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is in all re spects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 30th day of Juno 1908 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Bankhas boon transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that tho above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30th day of Juno 1903 as the day en which such report shall be made Johu S Adair Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by John S Adair tho 3d day of July 1908 WV F Hook Clerk By Andrew Crawford D O R A Smith R D Hamilton O W Payne Directors cousin Gilbert Lacy of near here Sun dayMr Fred Snyder arrived here Tues day from Illinois to be the guest of relatives for several weeks Mr John Mattingly and family of McDaniels were the guests of Mr John Payne and family one day last week Mrs Rosa Watts is ill of flux Miss Lydia Macy came down from Louisville Friday to be theguest of her brother W T Macy and family for several days Misses Ola Gray and May Pile and Master Taylor Gray went to Mr Taylor Comptons Tuesday Miss Hallie Beatty was the guest of Misses Rea and Ola Gray Wednesday afternoonHunter Henninger of West View was in town Wednesday Mr Eddie Davis and family of Kirk were the guests of Mr James Compton and family of near here Monday During the storm Monday lightning struck Mr A Weatherfords house damaging it considerably but luckily no one was hurt Celebrates Birthday Stanley Browu went to E1ron to spendII the Fourth with his mother and celebrated his eleventh birthday there Monday Renew your subscription at once for the News Quarterly ftjprf of The Breckinridge Bank I Clovorportj KYt at the cioseof business on the 30th day C of June j908- RESOURCES Loansand discounts 120001t15 Overdrafts securecLno 00 Overdrafts unsecured 79 Duo from National Banks 137611 94 Duo from State Banks and Dankers192S6 44 Due from Trust Corn panics 00 5089988 Banking House and lot 3731 H Other Real Estate 00 Mortgages 00 U S flonds 00 Dthjr Stocks and Bands 58110 04 Specie im 5855 00 Currency 7009 17 12864 17 Exchange for Clearings CO Other Items carried as Cash 00 Furniture and Fixtures 228920 Fund to pay Taxes Current Quarter Expenses Last Give description lo Ca tion value and bow long owned all real bankinghouse owned longer than live years 00 tI2jll160 64 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in 45100 00Icash I Surplus Fund 8400 00 Undivided Profits 00 Duo Depositors aa follows viz Deposits subject to chock on which Int is not paid Deposits subjectto- check 163Ion which Int Is paid 00 Domand certificates of deposits on which lntvais paid Time certificates of deposits on which Int Is 9paidSaving Deposits on which Int is paid 003tCertified Chocks 4 OS Due National Banks 00 Due State Blinks and Bankers 00 Duo Trust Companies DO 00 Cashiers Checks outstanding Jlfills rdtsiouatod 0IVUnpaid dividends Divi 3percentedeclared 1853 00 unpaidUapltal 00 Fund to pay Taxes 963 91 249100 94 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder com pany or firm Including intho li bthlty of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof dlrectlyor indirect ly if such Indebtedness exceeds 20 per centot capital stock acttally paid In and actuaL amount of surplus of the bank CO How is Indebtedness stated inabove Item secured StatutesHlghtestof any director or officer If amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of BanK 00 See Sec 583 KentuCKY Statutes How is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm Including In the liability of tho company or firm the liability of tho Individual members thereof exceed 80 per cent of paid up NoIfedness Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of not profits of tho bans for the period covered by the dividend carried to tho surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes Boo Soc f90 KontucKy Statutes lOountyI fBa A B Sklllman Cashier of the Breckin ridge Bank a Bank organized located and doing business at Wall street In the city 01 Oloverport in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report Is In nfl respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at thO closo of business on the SO day of Juno 190s to the best of his knowledge and belief and furthersays tbatth business of said Bank has boon transacted at tho lo cation named and not elsewhere and that tho above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30 day of June 11108 as the day on which such report shall bo made A B Sklllman Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before mo by A B Sklllman Cashier the 2 JulYIOOSOl1as Notary Public My commission expires January 21 1912 F L Llghtfoot A R Fisher W H Bowmer Directors Local Option in Norway The cause of temperance is working great headway in Norway We have adopted the local option policy with excellent results said P Anensen a Manufacturer of white paper from Skien Norway Whenever tho people of a certain district or country wish to abolish drinking houses an election is hold at which all adult males in that territory are supposed to vote If any are absent their votes are counted for prohibition Another I election cannot be helduntil after five years and it is very seldom that a second vote is over taken when a community once goes against license Another thing that has made national sobriety is the regulation in many places that11 liquor cannotbe bought except by the bottle and requiring the par chaser to take the bottle to his home peforo using any of its con tents Baltimore American MRS FRANK STnOE iiI- was a nervous wreck Ij Ifelt no desire to live ir H BEMARKABLE RECOVERY STHANKS TO PEMRUNI D- loilitonII- I 181 j began using Poruna a few niba ago when my health and strength V all gone and I was nothing H Q nervous wreck could not sloop eL J rest properly and felt no desire to- nt Three bottles of Peruna mad y look at life In a different light as I began to regain my lost strength Whil my recovery took nearly four months t the end of that time Iwas better than I ever had been before I had a splendid color and never weighed more lm mylifofI certainly think Pemaa in without So rival aa a tonic and strength twtU0f and it has my endorsement This lady entirely recovered from a nervous breakdown She did not g sway to a sanitarium and spend hun dreds of dollars for t cure She Just staid at home took Pornna and In four months weighed more than ever In her life had a splendid color life looked bright to her Poruna did all this for her What more could be expected of any remedy Manalln the Ideal Laxative The Home Circle A little sixyear old calledei out to see her flower bed Itr was very pretty and it was early in the morning of the cool of the day and the plants were recently transplanted but the sun came out hot and before night that flower bed was a wilted mass evidently they were dead The little girl had planted cut flowers V and excepted them to grow r weiare sometimes Here is a man that has the semblance of a Christian life He is a moral man reads good books associates with chris tians gives to the cause that chan ces to appeal to him and is often heard in prayer meetings But he is changeable peculiar and cranky Judge Graham for State Senator Loitchfield Ky July 3 The field in the matter of the Demo cratic nomination for State Senator from the district comprising Grayson Hardjn and Bulitt coun ties seems to be cleared for the choosing of Judge J C Graham of Leitehfield It is tho longestab lished custom in this district that the counties shall altorate in the selection of a Senator As it is Graysons turn and as Judge Graham will have no opposition in his home county this would seem to settle it Judge Graham has served three terms as county attorney has boon delegate to Democratic national conventions and is president of the State County Attorneys Association OffIceh olding Family The young people of the Chris tiafi Church organized Christian Endeavor Society Thursday even ing The following officers wore elected Miss Stella Freeman president Miss Mollie Freeman vicepresident Miss Luoy Freeman secretary Paul Freeman assistant secretary Nellie Freeman chorister MaboJ Freeman organist Oscar Freeman treasure Cham paign News