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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0- Ii I THE BRECKENRIDGENEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT I i VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 22 1908 8 Pates NO2 LEAGUE CARNIVAL GLORIOUSI I K This Seasons Greatest Social Event for Clover port Everybody Enjoyed the Whole Affair I MANY ATTRACTIONS AND GOOD MINISTRELS j Big feet little feet bare feet and flat r r feet followed the huge white foot steps through town Friday and Saturday t qand trotted merrily to the Epworth Leaf gue Carnival Saturday night was the biggest night and asIIJoe Mulhatten twould say everybody was wearing a four acre smile v The carnival opened Friday night on H Main and Elm streets Light rain showers fell and somewhat checked the business of the evening but the Lea guers decided that it was better to work I and lose than not to work at all So they stuck lose to their posts and a big I crowd and a clear day and night greeted them Saturday The Leaguers will very probably J C make the carnival an annual affair as it was so well received by the people 1 Little over one hundred dollars was ttaken i- nIjV On each ATTRACTIONS side of the street next to Ijv iFishers and Noltes buildings were at tractively arranged booths each one 1 representing a different country They were all patronized extensively and ifwereas follows 4l IIGay PareeMiss Eudailey Fanny T Smith Messrs Stuart Babbage and Chas Fallon l Dutchland Misses Lula Severs Edith Y r C Burn Eve Plank and Maggie Burn 4 Colonial Mrs Dunn Virginia Mc r Gavock Mildred Babbage Mrs Young to era f JapaneseMisses Jennie Mabel Har ris Edith Plank Jane Smith Mrs Reid and Lilbon Smith AmericaMisses Ella Smith Grace Plank Mayme DeHaven and Miss Hart of Louisville v The speelers for the different booths were Dewey Denton Virgil Babbage KINGSBURRYS LATEST H r NEWS ITEMS v Raymond Pate enjoys fights pArticipantlabout f Byran but says he cannot vote for 5 him this time v Jno Felix Jarboe Specialty man at tho tiling factory has resigned and is going on Pas faun where ho belongs 1 ti Stuart Babbage was busy going through his pants pockets a few days ago Some one asked what the trouble was he replied I hKve lost my coat Doc Lasley the old darky who was never known Jbo take a drink i v was asked if ho had not quit he ij saidno indeed whatin the H= fJ IV H is the use after these long years v tItis awful nice to take a trip toy Owensboro free to have a tooth pulled but not near so nice to think that Cloverport is without a V dentist Some good mechanist in this trade should locate here Otto Fallon one of Clover ort v Swells who for a Jong time has iv been on the retired list is now i learning cattle buying principally bv in thQ west end ys Some one told Barney Bohlor about the runaway and asked iS I v AJrTncle Barney did you know the ansya IWrcd did they get scared at that In arkomobubleal- o+ WestII t lip callinglj y boys hank you Mr Joe Mulhatton r explanation V9iy satisfactory say the purchase of nuts- u ii must spoke of last week was indeed rofitable one as there has been art crops every since It is the ie man that looks ahead See Jr J David Murray Jr and Harold Murray HereafterA wonderful concession given inNoltes cellar was Hereafter It was managed by Miss Ray Lewis Heyser who acted as an old witch Ira Behen the devil James Younger the guide Eldred Babbage and Miss Lula Severs assistants Allen Tierceuspeeler and David Phelps business manager Ministrel Ben Davis the famous nigger ministrel man gave a contin uous performance both nights He star red in Chicken Aint in it When Water Melon is Around which is a song of his own composition and as he saysICIt wcftild make a mule laugh Each member of his troup was fine All the Leaguers are truly responsible for the success of the carnival for eachl and everyone did their part in some earnest way to make the affair one of which the Chapter could be proud However the Rev Cutrie Lawrence Murray the president and Capt Row land the chairman and Mrs Rowland the power behind the throne perhaps have more joy up their sleeves and iin their hearts than folks can tell over the out come NOTES Confetti confettier confettiest everyplace and every where The managers at the American booth sold 15 worth of confetti and had many calls for more 600 cones of ice cream were sold at the Colonial booth and many saucers oft sherbetDr Smith attended the Carnival1I Friday night and his presence was much pleasure to his many friends One of the minstrel men saidliltl was the most enjoyablest time me ebe had folks was quick to laugh and allti had deir fun Our boys were not in the ball1I SuPnI day They were not given a fair show the umpire was determinedl that Patesville should win Never mind wait until they come hereI Saturday Vhat we will do for them will be a caution Health Coffee is realty the closest Coffee Imitntiotrever yet producedThis clever Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Dr Shoops Health Coffee is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fool au expert who might drink it for Coffee No 20I or 30 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute says the doctor Sold by J C Nolte Bro- Improving Residence The home of Mrs Rosa Whitehouse has been extensively improved by the owner Mr Jeff Hambleton of Louisville A tile roof has been adjusted andI makes it one of the prettiest places i l the West End A Golden Wedding means that man and wile have lived to a good age and consequently have kept healthy The best way to keep healthy is to see that your liver does its duty 365 days out of 365 The only way to do this is to keep Ballard Herbine iin the house and take it whenever you liver gets inactive 50 cents per bottle Sold by A R Fisher Launch Damaged The launch of Mr David Phelps was considerably damaged Mon day after noon by a blaze from its engine It is being overheatedand will be ready for use within a day or so Mr Phelps is doing an ex tensive mussel shell bnsiness this year Dr Rafferty Moves Dr and Mrs Rafferty and little son are now deinociling at the residence of John Carter near Mortons sawmill in the east end Patrons may call for him there when unable to get him at his ofilce l i ENGINEER SAVES MANY LIVES Mr Pauley Former Cloverport Man Prevents Horrible Dis aster at Paris III ONE WOMAN STRUCK Only by tho prompt action of Engineer Pauley of this city and the quick and instant response of the emergency brakesVas a horrible disaster one which would have meant great loss of life avertedat Paris on Saturday night when train No 27 west bound bore down upon a crowd of people who were at the station just having ar rived on another train from picnic 1grounds nearby As itwas only one persona woman was hurt and she was struck by tho pilot of No 27 and hurled from the track The whotwas removed to a hospital and later to her home Her injuries are not serious How It Occurred The people of Paris had beenf spending the day at a picnic grou nds several miles east of Paris An excursion train had been mult- ing periodical trips during the day and its schedule was close on the of No 27 which is a fast train its cargo being comprised mostly off mail The excursion train having just made its trip from the grounds was depositing its passengers att the Paris station having run iir on a side track when the fast train made its appearance The main 1tuck was thronged with people and as the fast train was makingr pretty fair speed at the time it was all engineer Pauley could accom torab standstill just in time Had it beer otherwise a number of persons iin 1all probability would have been killed as men came to tho rescue oi others who had failed to notice their danger and literally pushed and shoved them from the track At the sight of No 27 the people endangered especially the women andchildren became panic stric ken and paralyzed with fear En gineer Pauley and his fireman C C Jones brought their train o to this city and made the remainder of its trip without furthe- rmishapMattoon Ill Journal The Remedy That Does IDr Kings New Discovery is th remedy that does the healing other promise but fail to perform says Mrs E R Pierson of Auburn Ceutre Pa 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 reasonable length of time will restore me to perfect health This re annthroat and lung healer is sold at Severs drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Will Visit in Ohio Mrs James Randellof Louisville who has been visiting will leave soon for Columbus Ohio when ArSnow Her son Dwight Randell is spending tho summer at the beautiful country home of Dr Nuckols at Cave City DoanaRegulets cure const pation tone the stomach stimulate the liver pro mote digestion and appetite and easy passages of the bowelsAsk your druggist for them 25 cents a box Taft Notification Day Demonstration Cincinnati 760 round trip from Cloverport Evening trains July 26 all trains July 27 and early trains July 2S good returning July 29 J D Gregory has returned home from Estill Springs Since his return Mr Gregory has been quite ill but was somewhat improved yesterday EPWORTH LEAGUEJJ PRESIDENT TO WED Engagement Of Miss Anna Belle Fox Of Danville And II B Fleece Announced WEDDING IN EARLY FALL I An announcement of much interest iis that of the engagement of Miss Anna Belle Fox and Mr Hugh Berry Fleece 1parents1 of Danville The announcement did not come as a surprise as it vas generally known by their friends and relatives that the wedding would take place in the early fall Miss Fox is a young woman of rare personality and is the daughter of one I of Kentuckys best known families Mr Fleece is the junior member of the law firm DuRelle Fleece of Louisville He has many friends in Cloverport having been in attendance at the annual meeting of the Epworth League Conference of which he is state president Mr Fleece and his bride will go to housekeeping in Louisville at an early date after their wedding which will take place in Danville in September STEP ENSPORT Mrs John Arnold Dies at Her Home Near Sample Other News Items Rev Lewis filled his appointment here Sunday Albert McKangam has typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Godfrey Haswell an little daughter Georgia Mc of Hardins f burg are guests of Mrs Haswells parents Mr and Mrs Geo McCubbins Miss Bettie Allen has returned fro I Omaha Neb where she has beenI visiting relatives for quite a while Barney Frymire is quite ill and is ii- a in very critical condition Mrs Jake Hanks went to Evansville last week to visit her sister Mrs W SandersMrs Carrie Smith ot Lewisport was the guest of Mrs M L Roberts a few days last week Mrs Ed Sager is very ill with ty phoid fever Chas Tinius is looking much bitter since his trip to Tar Springs He thinks the tar water has been a great benefit to his health nEugene Connor says he did not know BreckenrJdge county was so big until he weut to Tar springs Mrs Chas Tinius and Mrs Eugen- Condor are perfectly delighted with their trip to Tar Springs and wish that thesprings could be moved up here as they are so very fond of the tar water W Sanders and son of Evansville were guests of Mr and Mrs Jake Hanks last week Master Phillip H Parrish of Owens boro whohas been the guest of Mrs M L Roberts for several weeks has re turned to his home thedguest of his daughter Mrs W J Hchopp Mrs John Arnold died Saturday at her old home near Sample She leaves a husband a seven weeks old baby one little sister and several brothers and u host of friends to mourn her loss She was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Al bert Bennett Arthur Haswell of Hardinsburg i the guest of Mr and Mrs Geo Mc Cubbins Mr and Mrs Emmett Mattingly of Cloverport were guests of Mr and Mrs Thomas Blaine Saturday and Sunday Mrs Hebbie Robinson and son Webb have returned home from Texas Mrs John Tobin and children of St Louis passed through town Thursday enroute to Chenault to visit relativesv Mrs M Lr Roberts spent a few days in Owensboro last week Pike Conn and Geo Petitt returned Sunday with their gasoline boat Paul Bi from Tobinsport where they have been towing wheat to Cannelton Alvin Askins is very low at this writingMr and Mrs Wm Frymire of Ekron came down Saturday to see Mr BarneyFrytnlre who is critically ill MARRIED AT FORT WORTH Mrs Mary Hall Formerly Of Cloverport And Air Burt Muir Made One June 26 RELATIVES HERE SURPRISED On Friday afternoon at 5 oclock Mr Burt Muir of this city and Mrs Mary Hall who was recently the Reviews bookkeeper were united in Jhe holy bonds of matrimony Dr Caldwell pastor of the First Presbyterian church officiating The couple arrived here on Saturday and will be temporarily locat ed at the Chaney hotel Mr Muir is one of the best architectural men in the state He is an efficient employe of the FordOsborn Lumber and Mill company and has made good in every par ticular Mrs Hall came to this city from Cloverport Ky and was known by Rev W KPenrod while a resident of that state The fact that Mr Muir and Mrs Hall have become one will be pleasing news to their friends all of whom will join this paper in wishing them a long and happy life Clebnrne Morning Review LOCAL OPTION ELECTION SEPT 26 County Expected To Go Dry Temperance People Aroused And Working Hard DR WALKER SECRETARY temperancedMonday afternoon at Hardinsburg Hon G W Beard was retained as perman ent Chairman and Dr W A Walker themcounty temperance campaign which will terminate with a general election September 20 when it is expected that the will countygo dry by a handsome majority To raise the necessary amount of money to meet the expenses of the elec tion the following gentlemen were appointed to solicit contributions which are to be forwarded to the treasurer not later than next Saturday R A Shell man Stephensport D S Richardson Union Star T B Henderson Webster W J Piggot Irvington R O Penick John Corner Hudson Wade Pile Mook Ed Glagscook Glendean DrMcMullen McDaniels Dave Howard Rockvale The campaign committee will be com po od of the chairman the treasurer and one man appointed from each mag isterial district From the First district ReveB M Currie Third Andrew Crawford Fourth S C Dowell Fifth Dr J W GlasscockeLittle Girls Complimented Miss Ruby Haynes und Elizabeth Moorman Hook were the guests of honor at a beautiful party at the home of their aunt Mrs T J Horroian at Tell City July the sixteenth The occasion was in celebration of little Miss Eliza beth Moorraans fifth birthday and thirty five guests were iu atten dance The Herrmann home was like a harden of sweet peas as the flower was used in profusion in the decorations The little ones present were delightfully enter tained by the hostess and during refreshmentsswere served An attractive fea ture of the party was the birthday cake It was very elaborate andon top of it wore five candlots that burned in honor of Elizabeth Motfrman Hook The popular little visitors are now at the homo of their parents Mr and Mrs Chas Hook in this city They wore accompanied by Mrs Herr mann Tuesday Excursion Fares To Niagra Falls And Return 15 round trip from Cloverport July 29 Aug 4 Aug 15 Ask agent for further information The Sunbeam society of the Baptist church will give an ice cream supper Saturday night July 25 In Oelzes Hall MARRIED AT HARDINSBURG 1 Mrs Mary E Burdette Becomes The Bride Of A Prosperous Meade County Farmer QUIET WEDDINGI1 I In the presence of a few friends Mrs Mary E Burdette and Mr Joe W Fowler were united in marriage at Hardinsburg Monday afternoon at the Ahl house The wedding was a very quiet one on account of the death of Mrs Fowlers daughter Mrs John Fisher Immediately after the ceremony was solemnised Mr and Mrs Fowler left for their home near Bran denburg Mrs Fowler is the daughter of Mr Mark Taylor of Oweneboro and a sister to Mrs Mattie Collins of this city She visited here quite frequently and has many good friends in Clover portMr Fowler is a well thought of farmer of Meade county and owns a splendid farm The News wishes them perfect happiness and unlimited prosperity HIGHWAYORAINGLTiles Stone Roads SOME POINTS ON THE WORK Underdrainajjo Below Surface With Farm Tiles a Great Protection Sid Ditches That Hold Water Make an Inferior Roadway Tile drainage says Professor Ira O Baker Is the very best preparation fot a gravel or a stone road Gravel or broken stone placed upon an undralned foundation is almost sure to sink gradually whatever Its thickness whereas a thinner layer upon an undcrdralncd roadbed will give much better service Roads tiled without gravel are better than roads graveled without tile The road should be uudordrnlncd so as to keep the water level woll below the rond surface In most localities this can bo accomplished reasonably well by laying a line of farm tile three or three and a half feet bolow the road surface along one side of the roadway It Is sometimes claimed that thoro should bo a the on oach sIde of the road Sonic writers on good roads advocate tho use of a line of tile under tho mid dle of the traveled portion aud some advocate a line on each side of tho wheel way The object sought by those l tiles Is rapid drainage and therefore it U urged that they should lie laid near the furfnce It is doubtful whether any water will reach the tile since the road surface when wet la muddled by the traffic which prevents the water percolating through the soil and It is curtain that In clay or loam the drain age thus obtained is of no practical value More than one farmer has tried to drain his barnyard by laying the near the surface always without ap preciable effect While a line of tile on one side of the road Is usually sufficient there is often a great difference as to the sIde on which It should bo laid If one side of the road Is higher than the other the tile should bo on the high side to Intercept tho ground wator that is flowing down the slope under the sur faceThe tine should be laid in the bottom of the silt ditch below the frost line Of course the tile should have a uni form grade and a sufficient fall and an adequate outlet The size of the tile required will depend upon the length of the line and tho grade of the ditch but local experience in farm drainage Is likely to be a better guide than any general statement that can be made Farm drainage Is almost certain to precede road drainage in any particu lar locality Tho side ditches are to receive tho water from tho surface of the traveled way and should carry It rapidly and entirely away from the roadside They are useful also to Intercept and carry off the water that would otherwise flow from the side hills upon the road Ordinarily they need not be deep and If possible should have a broad flar ing side toward the traveled way to prevent accident If a vehicle should bo crowded to the extreme side of+ the roadway The outside bank should be flat enough to prevent caving The proper form of ditch Is easily made by the usual road machine or road grader The side ditch should have a freo outlet Into some stream so as to carry the water entirely away from the road No good road can bo obtained with Bldo ditches that hold the water until It evaporates fl lV 4 d 1 Ir y 1908iFIFTH ANNUAL r Masonic CeIebratio y AND PICNIC i i c lh1r HARDINSBURG KYWII 1I diA N4d t4V p JrVprV TMQNOV fr 77iVdL i 7mYY YV m ttA SATURDAYPAUG 1t- I j i t t lX f J4 t I IjU IIi H iYt Jt SPECIAL FEATURE Reunion of the Vetrans of all Wars All Soldiers are to take part in this Reunion Prepare snow to come 1000 Soldiers expected HARDINSBURGS FINE MILITARY BAND WILL FURNISH THE MUSIC MerryjjoRoundFor the Children 200 in Prizes Given Away I 50 Graphophone Given by the Management BABY SNOW 5 to prettiest baby given by Farmers Bank Ring to second prettiest baby given by T C Lewis BEST CAKE fine Umbrella given by John T Hoben SECOND BEST CAKE American Lady Shoes given by jus Shellman 1 doz photographs to ugliest man on grounds JJCody EEST RIFLE SHOT 1 box fine cigars given by E T Guthrie OLDEST CONFEDERATE SOLDIER on ground 5 years subscription to Breckinridge Ut mocrat OLDEST UNION SOLDIER on ground 5 years subscrip tion to Breckinridge News Plenty of Seats for Everybody For Particulars see or write MASONIC COMMITTEE Mule Colt Show L i ii Reduced Rates I I Round Trip Rate Louisville 200 West Point 100 I Howard 100 IBartels 100 Rock Haven 100 Long Branch 100 Brandenburg 100 Elcron 1 00 fusion SO Irvington 75 Webster 80- lodilurg 100 Mvstic 10U Round Trip Rate Fordsville SI 00 Falls of Rough 75 Mitchell 95 Oaks 90 Asians SO Van Zant 70 Rock Vale 65 Round Trip 100 100 100 Holt 100 100 Skillman 110 Hawosville 125 P 135 Adair 150 L 150 175 175 Owensboro 200 I Round Dempster 60 50 35 Kirk 30 20 Garfield 35 Basin Spring 50 Train special train leave Fordsville at 630 a in arrive at at 815 a m A special train will leave Irvington at 1015 a m specialtrain400 p m connect at Irvington with all main trains points on below Har dinsbursr Special train will leave Ilardins agentPassengersto Irvington use train No 112 in connection with train No3 from Louisville to Irvington will use train No 111 in connection with train Irvington to Best Mule Colt 10 in gold given by Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Second Best Mule Colt 5 cash r Rate Sample Stephcnsport Addison Cloverport trie Lewisport WaitmanMacco Line Points Trip Rate Glendeano MoQuadj Harned Schedule- A will and Hardinsburg and line For the Branch the will Passengers special Hardinsburg I v i1L1 llJ1rii a v- mlj 1908 ljT V P II t invited Branch Barbecued Dinner For Everybody Price 25 cents MULE RACE Five Thousand People Saw the Mule Race Last Year To winner Beard Bros will give 10 in gold Owner of second mule in race gets SOO saddle given by Haswells Special Rates and Trains on Railroads I + K Ice Water in Abundance FREE Something Doing all the TimeJ I Something Especially for the Farmers I Horse Colt Show J 1 fl i Best Horse Colt 10 in gold glveq S 1 rI i by Dennie Sheeran t 1 Second Best Horse Colt 5 cash i r r H t II John W Kern of Indiana95tXrr f 7 f Bryans Running Mate One of Democracys Most Valiant c ChampionsA Man of High Ideals and Sterling Worth Excellent Campaigner A Stump Speaker Second to None In the Hoosier State Iif i By GEORGE H PICARD I p OHN WORTH KERN tho man theKI f ulns mate of William J Bryan I p is known ns one of the most vnlinnt I champions of Democracy In the Hoo Bier State It Is true that In tho ma jorlty of the political contests In which i ho hits figured he has been on tho los ing side but that has not had tho of I y feet of lessening his popularity or- t relegating him Into tho obscurity l V which is the usual fate of tho oft de i fcatcd candidate for political hon- orsLIt Is admitted by nil of those who lire at nil conversant with the political situation In Indiana that Mr Kern is f y far and away the most popular Demo o crat In the state This fact has been t wmade apparent on numerous occasions IL Ho has been twice honored by his par governorfiJf dilate for United States senator i IIt Is not by his political associates t i alono that Mr Kern Is held In high 1 repute Men of all political creeds j havo learned to like him and to ap preciate his sterling worth Although J ever since his entry Into political life ho has been accounted an extreme par t ty man ho has never permitted him- self oven during the beat of a political i i campaign to indulge In personalities JOHN W or descended to the abuse of any of his political antagonists Ho Is es teemed throughout the state as a man of high Ideals and pure motives In 1000 Mr Kern received the nom- Ination tot governor but bo went down to defeat with Mr Bryan Again InI 11904 he was given another opportu arty but the sorry political fortune of the previous campaign was repeated Although he was regarded as one ofI lMr Bryans stanchest friends he was the first Indiana man of any especial prominence to come out for JUdge Al ton B Parker whom bo supported loy ally without In any way endangering his friendship for tho man from Ne braska Thus it is that ho is today one bf Mr Bryans closest friends and ad mirersMr Kern is a native son of the Hoosier State born In Howard county dear Kokomo in 1840 Ho is of south tiern extraction his father having emi grated from Virginia in 1830 and becoming one of the pioneers of Howard county where ho practiced medicine for several years When John was five years of age his parents decided to remove to Iowa and tho family ro mained in that state until the lad was fifteen Soon after the Kerns had returned to their old homo their son entered the State Normal school and after a short period of preparation became a district school teacher In How ard county After ho had succeeded In saving a little money ho entered s the University of Michigan as a mem ber of the freshman class His means were not sufficient to ad mit of regular attendance at the tint versity and he was obliged to takep several long intermissions In order to earn the money necessary to complete his course But ho was resolute In the determination to obtain an educa itlon and he permitted no hardship to turn him from his purpose When he t twos graduated ho carried off all the honors to which he was eligible and Vihis record was most gratifying of any n rmember of the class Successful at an Early Age + jLt a very early age Kern bad de rf stilted to enter the legal profession and ffyrhen ho returned home from college l ti Mt about the achievement Of his iwTllitrtIs desire without delay As soon Ntas1mUtec11e1 her be hung out his shingle In Kokomo and began business on his own hook From the very first day ho was a pronounced success In obtaining business and his luck In bringing his cases to a favor able conclusion soon became prover bial In an Incredibly short time he es tablished a business second to none In tho prosperous county town and his prospects were exceedingly bright lie came by his political creed very naturally Ills father was n so called Democrat of the old1 school having Ini blbed his political ideas In the atmosphere of Montlcollo near which he was born Thomas Jefferson was the older Kerns political ideal and ho made n point of training his clever son In the same faith Outside of his Immediate homo circle young Kern received little sympathy In his political predilections for Howard county was overwhelming ly Republican and a follower of any other party was In a hopeless minority Thus It was that the young lawyer traveled a rather hard political road In his early days A Man of Nerve This preponderance of Republican sentiment In his Immediate vicinity however did not discourage him He realized that ho was fortunate In hay ling established a reputation for ablllt and uprightness in a community which U HU- v KERN was so opposed to him In political views and he accepted the situation and devoted himself to the tusk of building up his business It was not long until he bad arrived at a 1 legalI eminence which seemed to him anill I cleat to warrant a Sight into the poUt ical field With this cud In view he i came out as a candidate for the legislature and at once entered on a vigor ous campaign Although tho circum stances of the case did not acorn to justify tho experiment and all his friends were opposed to the venture he ac tually came within a few votes of se curing tho election He carried the city In which he lived but could not secure the country districts It was actually a great triumph for the young Democratic lawyer and it added im mensely to his reputation as a man o nerve without In any way detracting from his character In 1878 Kern was elected city attor ney of Kokomo and when his term expired ho was accorded a reelection While serving in this capacity he made an excellent record During his two terms law and order were dominant and it becamo a current saying in Ko komo that there was no necessity to bolt the door as long as Kern was on the watch In the state election of J8S4 Mr Kern was elected reporter of the supreme court on the Democratic tick et In this responsible position he proved most efficient and conscientious and won many powerful friends At tho close of his term he settled in In dianapolis and soon became closely identified with the business interests and policies of that growing capital lIe was elected to the state senate in 1892 and did admirable service In the legislature From 1S97 to 1001 Mr Kern was city attorney of Indianapolis under Mayor Tom Taggart the nation al chairman of the Democratic party He took a very prominent part In the great political battle of 189G and was Identified with the fortunes of Mr Bryan in the state of Indiana Redhot Campaigner The gubernatorial campaign of lOOt Into which Mr Kern was practically drafted by party demands left him la an Impaired physical condition and how obliged to relinquish his business activities ter HIDe Ume and go awaj nom home to recuperate He con ducted a whirlwind campaign that year making a great nuiber of speeches and traveling over A greater part of the state He Is regarded as a redhot campaigner and Is an orator of force and eloquence lIe was the friend of Hcndrlcks and Voorhccs and I served with those great political lightsII In many well fought battles Mr Kern Is above the middle height of slight build and active nervous temperament An able constitutional lawyer he arraigns the present Re publican administration severely for usurpation of power and the state ad ministration for Its enactment of tit so called ripper bill which he claims was used for partisan purposes by tit Republican governor Mr Kern Is dark hatred and has a crop of flowingI whiskers and Is a most Impressive per I sonality generally I Family Socially Prominent The Kern family Is prominent so chilly In Indlanpolls Mrs Kern Is n brilliant woman endowed with a live ly wit and the Kern home Is the center of a refined circle composed of the most Intellectual people of the notably Intellectual capital of Indiana It Is no secret that the Kern boom has been the particularly pet hobby of the Democratic chairman Tom Tag gart who announced to his friends on the eve of his departure for Denver that he should never return unless John Kern were given the nomination for the vice presidency It has long been known In Indiana political circles that Taggart has always considered his friend to be first class presidential timber and he saw no especial reason why he should not be given first place on the ticket if the Nebraska man failed to make good Taggarts deter mination to promote tho advancement of his friend was the cause of much merriment at Denver although those who are personally acquainted with the nominee arc of the opinion that Kern is big enough to Justify the chairmans admiration When His Aim Was Poor A story Illustrative of Kerns dispo sition to grow restive under disap pointment comes from Indianapolis When ho was a member of the state legislature he Introduced a bill which was defeated It was a matter In which he felt a great personal Interest and when the vote was counted against It he rose In his place accused the speaker in no undecided terms of kill Ing his bill and hurling a bulky type I theIyou pass itsI gl1latorsl derous mtacilc went wide of the mark The speaker saw the humor of the sit uation and was disposed to make a joke of It So it happened that the hasty legislator did not suffer from the consequences of his Indiscretion It Is altogether to his credit that a short time for reflection convinced him that he had been an offender and he lost no time in making tho proper apologyThe between Taggart and Kern Is really something out of the or dinary At the St Louis convention the latter might have been considered seriously as a vice presidential candi date but for his determination to put no obstacle in the way of Taggarts candidacy for the national chairman ship When the party leaders went to Kern and almost importuned him to permit them to use his name in con nection with the vice presidency he declared that he would not be mentioned for the place because he wanted In dianas share of the glory to go to Tag gart who was a man that deserved all he could get He even went to New York to urge Judge Parker to stand for Taggart for the chairmanship He obtained a proxy from a western mem ber of the committee and he it was who placed Taggart In nomination at the meeting In New York at which his friend was made chairman A Free Silver Champion Perhaps the most telling charge which will be made against Kern In tho coming campaign Is his more or less sudden conversion from an ardent advocate of gold coinage Into a champion of free silver at 10 to 1 It will be remembered that at the outset he was a gold advocate speaking at a public meeting In Indianapolis in 1890 against what he then termed the free silver craze The leaders of the gold movement remembered kerns deser tion as they were pleased to term it and when ho ran for governor they withheld from him many of the votes which he might otherwise have con trolledBut in spite of his somewhat mixed political tendencies Mr Kern is certain to find many warm friends In Indiana among the members of all par ties Personally he Is liked by al most everybody Schoolboys Wiathcr Observations An Interesting method of Instructing boys In that part of nature study per taining to the atmosphere has been de riled by John Reid tho headmaster of the Rcckleford Council school at Yeo nil In England Each day of the school week several boys are sent to the corporation gas works to copy tho records of barometer movements and rainfall there kept one or two less experienced lads accompanying thorn Meanwhile other boys note the direction of the wind and record the temperature from readings of thermom eters bung in the open on the north and south sides of the school The teacher of the class then enters the particulars on a sheet and encourages the scholars to make deductions from the collected data The boys copy the results and every Friday they write en account of their observations in the form of general remarks on the weeks weather f Weak WomenT- oweak and alllnjr women there Is at least one way to help But with that way two treatments constituZonalDr Whoops Night Cure is the Local Dr Bhoops Restorative the Constitutional The former Dr Snoops Night Cure Is a topical nracous membrane suppository remedy while Dr hoops Restorative is wholly an internal treatment The Restorative reaches throughout the D0rT8allThe NIght euro as Ito name Implies does Itl inflamedand41Jchallfespxctement gives renewed vlspr and ambition builds up wasted tissues brtnging about renewed strength vigor and energy Take Dr whoops toratlveTabletsorLlquldseageneraltonloto Dr Shoops Night CureA- LL DEALERS Preacher Ties Ilardinsbuifr Ky July 14 Rev Lewis C Harris who was serving his third year as pastor of the litirdinslmrg colored church died at his home 1 ere Saturday after a lingering illness of brights dis ease He was a native of Virginia having been born there forty eight years ago Rev Harris served his people well and has accomplished much for them His death makes a vac ancy not easily filled He had the respect and confidence ofall who knew him On Sunday afternoon the rem ains were depositeb in tho Hard insburg colored cemetery by the colored Masonic Iorder Clover port and Glendean were well rep resented at the funeral Heat prostrates the nerves In the summer one needs a tonic to off sot the customary hot weather Nerve and Strength depression You will feel better within 48 hours after beginning to take such a remedy asDr Shoops Restorative Its prompt action in re storing the weakened nerves is surpris ing Of course you wont get 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 diges tion it wilt strengthen the weakened Kidneys and Heart by simple rebuild ing the wornout nerves that these organs depend upon Test it a few days and be convinced Sold by All DealersImprovement on the Pike Dr R L Newsom is spending not a few hundred dollars in improving the condition of the turn pike between this city and Hard insburg when the improvements are finished the pike will be one of the best in the state Boys Life Saved My little boy four years old had a severe attack of dysentery We had two physicians both of them gave him 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 tf many children each year Give it with castor oil ac cording to the plain printed directions and a cure is certain For sale at Severs drug store The Japanese have three forms of salutation one for saluting an Inferior one for saluting an equal and another for saluting a superior rJ TWEBSXEKS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY A Library in One Book practical lary cf English enlarged 7ith 23000 1TEW WORDS the Intsraationr1 contains a IIiatory of tlO English Langtiaro Guido to Pro nanoiaticn Dictionary of Fiction how Gazetteer cf tlio World row Biomraph isnl Dictionary Vocabulary cf Scripture ITamej Greek Englilrciga Q 1otationrJ Abbrevia tions Metric System Etc aJO farc GOO Jlllldrnlone SHOULD YCU HOT OWN SUCH A BOOK P 1OSCU culL urta liUuuua r t ror brad menu lie nar nd Tptu Iancrr u4 llUlac llOOJIlnitntloufc t tffDteMonnrVVntW Fr G C MEI lAM CO Springfield Mats GET TIlE BEST iI iI The August Smart Set A novelette of unusal interest opens the August number of The Smart Set It is culled rjhe Dairy of an Unconscious Eve and iis written by G Vere Tyler a write who probaly has as keen an insight into the feminine temper ament as any living author The situation on which the novel k founded is at once unidue and dar ing and the ending is so absolutely unlooked for that it willsup rise even the most clever readers A moro original piece of work has not appeared in this magazine Numerous wellknown writers are represented in the August issue Particularly interesting if Elizabeth Jordans story Her Letters Lilian Boll who never fails to write a lively story contributes a pright sketch called Dinner for Six Beatrix Dem arest Lloyd in The Word and the Wise contributes what ii probaby her strongest short story Anne Warner handles a tense sit uation with great art in her story The Night of the Eighteenth Nineteenth Mary Fenollosas Japanese play The Lady of the HairPins is remarkably vivid drama in one act containing all the color and glamour of Japan Other striking fiction is contrib uted by Elliot Flower Jeannette I Helm Johnson Morton Kath arine M Roof Thomas L Masson and Vanderheyden Flyes The poetry is of the usual exc spends and is written by John G Neihardt Florence Earle Coates Madison Cowein Archibald Sul livan Elsa Barker and Charles Hanson Towne 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 end return from Cloverport 1550 Ticket to be sold July 15 ant Aug 1 good to return within 15 days including date of sale National Convention Prohibition Party Columbus O Reduced rates Columbus and return fromI Cloverport account above occasion Tickets to be sold July 10 11 12 13 and 14 good returning July 24 155 from Cloverport to Owensboro 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 ned return on account of Reunion ot Kentucky Bridgade of Confederate veterans Dates of sale July 29 30 and good to return Aug 3 Reduced rates from Cloverport to St Louis andreturn on account of Knights of Columbus National Convention Dates of sale Aug 1 21n and good to return Aug 16 Masonic Celebration llardinsburg 100 round trip Cloverpoit to Har dinsburg and rtturn Aug 1 limited toI rtturn same day Tickets to be for train leaving Cloverport 1104 a m Special Tqurist Fares Old Point Comfort and Norfolk Re duced fares from Cloverport July 23 30 Aug 6 13 20 27 Srpt 3 10 17 24 Return limit 40 days from date of sale L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 118 Dally Fast Train loaves Cloveruort SLOT AM stops at Irvington and West Point only arrive at Louisville 725 A M No 112 nafiyMall ana tx press leaves Clo verport 1004 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 12 r ra Train No 1U Dally fast mall leaves Clu stutlonsieMtLouisville 7 35 um Train No148 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport 810 u m WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Evansvlllo coacmmodatlon loaves Oloverport 600 a m stops at all way stations arrives Evansville goo am oXfiessleavesStanley Hendrrsm and Evansville arrives St Louis 750 p m TraIn No 113 Mull and Txpross dlllly arrives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p io stops at all stations No 1 15 sully St Louis fast train leaves Clover tort 11 arrives Evansvlllel35 A M St Ilt1tPM M stops at nawesvtlle Owppshoro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 111 112 113 114 between Louisville and Kvansvlllo Through sleoplne cars and free reclining chair cars on trains 115 ant U between Louisville Evansville awl St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No S dally except Kunday leaves Fordsville 6 00 n ayes Irvington ONO aDTrain No Dallv except Sunday Leaves tfordsvlllu 330 pm arrives Irvington fI30 pw Train No8 Sunday only Fordsvlllc700a m Irvington II IllS a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leave Irvington 1110 am arrives Fordsvllle 35- PTralnNo5 Polly l o Irvington 7063 m t arrives Fordsvllle 101D m KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryII I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED ATISFAOTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED Useful Trees For Roads French roads are ronunonly border ed with shade trees This Is believed to bo a protection of the roads against the effects of excessive heat and Drought Only such treos however ire considered useful as have vertical 4r descending roots Tho spreading toots of other kinds might damage tho road MudImudIthor materials by the highway au thorities of tho District of Columbia The LouisvilleTimes 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 priceSof 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 order to this paperNOT to The Times rertIP rwsA STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor jMade Clothes i I All the latest patterns for Suits and Troupers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod erute prices Expert tailors employ I ed J H HUNSCHE CasperMav CoCan eltonInd H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law- IIARDINSBURQ KY Will practice his profession In all of tho Courts of Brockonrldge and adjoining count or Special attention given to collections tOad cases and criminal practice License to practice InUnncd States Distil 3 Courts Office over Bank of llardlnsburg 1IIVSI IF it is the surest and safest place you want to have your watch repaired go t- oT C LEWIS ho knows how and does as he knows He has one of tho finest collections of beautiful uptodateJEWELRY all good not shoddy at tho very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Como ho is glad to welcome you and give you satisfaction T C Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Kye T1 1rm r T THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Yedne6Clay S ibsoription Pnco 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charred for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money J In advanco Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us I When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JULY 22 1908 Dr Parks of Irvington says that the general use of cistern wat the doctors out of business As er and screen doors has nearly put long as the mosquitoes the flies and spring water had their sway he says the doctors had plenty of work No greater boon has ever come to the human family than the wire screen door The time was i when only the well to do could afford screen doors and windows Now every home in town and country has them and Mr Mosquitoe and Mr Fly can no longer spread their bacteria germs broadcast There is no politics in local option It appeals to any good citi zen Democrat Republican Protestant Catholic and every one who desires to uplift his county city and town There is no place for the saloon in Cloverport The people dont want it and they are not going to have it The blind tiger is had enough i but not near so bad as the open saloon If you are for temperance and the elimination of the drink habit from your town and county get busy Get to work yourself and put your neighbor to work There are many fine crops of tobacco along the branch Farmers in that section will have fine fat pocket books when time for selling comesThere ought to be a Womans Club orgapized in every voting precinct in Breckinridge county to work for local option Fifteen hundred majority for local option in Breckinridge county Thats what every lover of good order ought to work for Nothing scares a politician like a local option fight Its like a snag in a river one and all steer clear of it If you dont want your paper stopped please renew before time expires 4 Splendid rain in this section last Mondayp It was needed badly SEVENHILLS CHAUTAUQUA AUGUST M4 1908 OWENSBORO KY Summary of Daily Program14 Big Days SATURDAY AUGUST 1 Third Regiment Band plays during Assembly Athletics Miss Jeanette Kling in Baraba Frietchie The Younas Japanese Jugglers Tom Cor win Imitator Ella Mae Hargrove Whistler Moving Pictures every night Lecture Edward Ru iell Perry Pansy B Rose Soloist SUNDAY AUGUST 2 The Modell Sunday School 11 a m Rev T C Gebauer Sacred Concert Chautauqua Chorus Solos by Miss Hargrovt LaRose Boslev Hansen Readings Miss KUng Mitt Mayme Miller Dr Edward Russell Perry Pansy E Rose MONDAY AUGUST 3 George R Stuart S A Long Tom Corwin Miss Hargrove Miss Kling TUESDAY AUGUST 4 Chicago Glee Club Feorge R Stuart- S A Long Miss Kling Tom Corwin Mist HargroveWEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 Father Vaughan the Dramatic Ora tor in two lectures Chicago Glee Club Miss Kling Tom Corwin Miss Hargrove THURSDAY AUGUST 6 Col A W Hawkes Sunshine Floroace Maybrick Twenty years in an English Prison Tom Corwin Chicago Glee Club Miss Hargrove Ad minion 50 cents FRIDAY AUGUST 7 President Kinnaman Music Festival Chautauqua Chorus and Soloists Tom Corwins last number Miss Willie Neely Render SATURDAY AUGUST 8 Dov John A Johnson of Minnesota indorsed for President of the United States Pitt Parker Cartoonist Miss- Neely If the Eye Is Malmea Necessity gives to the eye a precious power of seeing and In the same war It gives a precious power of feeling to the whole body Sometimes It seems as If the very substance of my flesh wore so many eyes looking out at will upon a world new created overy day The sllonce and darkness which art said to shut me In open my door most hospitably to countless sensations tlm distract Inform admonish and amuse With my three trusty guides touch smell and taste I make many exclu sins into the borderland of experl cnce which Is in sight of the city of light Nature accommodates Itself to every mans necessity If the eye iIIs maimed so that it does not se the beauteous face of day the touch be tomes more Doltcnant and dlaccixuUiat SUNDAY AUGUST 9 Bible School Commencement Sa cred Concert by Chautauqua Chorus and Soloists Sermon Dr Talmage of England Pitt Parker Danger Sig nals MONDAY AUGUST 10 Concerts by Weils famous St Louis Worlds Fair Band of fifty non Lecture by Lenora Lake Single admission this day 50 cents children 25 cents TUESDAY AUGUST II Closing Concerts by Wells famous St Louis Band Lecture by Mrs Lake = The Divine Rights of a Child Ad mission 50 cents- WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12 Grand Concert Chautauqua Chorus Henry A Bntchel Governor of Col orado Lincoln and Smile and Push THURSDAY AUGUST 13 Daviess County School Commence ment and 0 atorical Contest Mont aville Flowers Chautauqua Chorus FRIDAY AUGUST 14 Closing DaySenator E W Car mack Tennessee Montaville Flowers Concert Prices of Admission Notwithstanding the great program the management has placed the price of tho season ticket at 250 Remember this ticket gives you the right to pass in and out as often as you like A hilds season ticket costs 150 tor children 12 years and under Daily dmission tickets good for one ad mission only25c children Isc three pecial days fOc children 25c A transferable season ticket for 300 No pau out checks issued for any cause IDS Nature proceeds through pmctlcv to strengthen and augment the roinnln Ing senses For this reason the blliul of ton hear with greater ease and dlsl tlnctness than other people The senr of swell become almost a new faculty to penetrate the tangle and vnguenos of things Thus according to u Im mutable law the senses assist and r enforce ono another Helen Keller Souse and Sensibility in Century Magazine Knew the Animal BaconWore you over In a runaway accIdent Egbert Well my horse ran away with me once but I think It was more by design than accident on the part or- that horseYonkers Statesman IRVINGTON Tom Blythe went to Louisville Sat urdnyMiss Neafus of Horse Branch is visiting Miss Jess Brady Miss Aline Hardaway of West Point is the guest of Mrs John Galloway lira Forrest VanMoter of Louisville is home r6r the summer Mrs Abb Newman of Cairo Ill the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Bate Washington Miss Ruth Miller has returned home from Hardinsburg A M Dent of Louisville was tbe guest of Miss Mary Peyton Saturday and Sunday Mrs Leah Pate of Bewleyville is visiting friends in town this week Miss Sue Bandy has returned fron Guston where she has been visiting James Leteger of Jacksonville Fla is visiting Miss Frankie Richardson this weekMrs Tony McCoy of Louisville has returned home Mr and Mrs Tite Adkins two little girls that were hurt at the mill are im proving Mrs Abb Newman of Cairo Ill Mr and Mrs Harry Major of Louisville and Dr and Mrs Larue Helm of Lex ington form a merry house party at Mr and Mrs Bate Washingtons country homeMr and Mrs G O Bailey and Mr Mrs J Foote leave for Virginia August 1st for a two weeks stay Dr Walker dentist will be in Irving ton July 28 29 and 80 to do dents workMrs Geo W Jolly of Qwensboro Iis visiting her sister Mrs Nora Board Mrs Jim Malen of Louisville is visit ing at the home of Dr and Mrs Parks Miss Margaret Peyton who has beer visiting in Glendeane has returned Glen Fisher of Glendeane was in town Sunday Dr Walkcr Dentist will be iu Ir- vington July 28 29 and 30 to do dents workAsk Charlie Chamberlain about that new bathing brush be is using Mr and Mrs A B Coleman were called to Louisville Sunday to see their daughter Mrs Reasor who isseriousJy ill James Owen Cunningham of Chenaull is visiting his sister Mrs L H Jolly Mrs Newsom Gardiner was in Webster Monday Miss Mary Peyton and Ada Drurj were in Louisville shopping Saturday Miss Maggie Bandy and Bulah Mud were visiting in Hardinsburg last week State Of Ohio City Of Toledo 1 LuasCountySS Frank J Oheney makes oath that ho II senior partner of tho firm of K J Chenoy r Co doing business In the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that laid firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDUED DOLEU tor each and every case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by tho uso of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before mo and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D mectfMl A W OLEASON Notary Public HaW Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Send for testimonials tre- eN1 CHENEY ft CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75c Tako Halls Family Hllsifor constipation 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 90I acres adjoining good black land part in timber and part in cultivation Will sell one or both places This is a bargain for some one For further infor mation apply to Mrs John F Morton Cloverport K- yflodern Woodman r JtnDay AT COUNTY FAIR Henderson Kye I Wednesdy July 29 I THE GREATEST DAY OF THE BIG FAIR The Local Camp Insures Every Visiting Woodman a Good Time Rate from Cloverport and Return 275 4ro- CU Statement of Condition of The i Bank of Hardifisburg Sc Trust Co Hardinsburg Kentucky at close of business June 301908 I c I Resources Notes and bills 233651 89I Cash in safe = 16380 73 I 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 32913401 T 4lPr 2 3 for to It Cant Be Beat The best of all teacbers Is experience C M Harden of Silver City North Carolina saystll fiud Electric Bitters does all thats claimed for it For Stom ach Liver and Kidney troubles it cant be beat I have tried it and find it a most excellent medicine Mr Harden is right its the best of all medicines also for weakness lame back and all ruu down conditions Best too for chills and malaria Sold under guarantee at Severr drug store Farmers have about finished threshing and a rain is needed badly Rev E H Raux of at Thresia is very sick- Walter ONeil of Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday with his aunt Mrs Tula Frymire Miss Bobbie Brodie is visiting her brother T D Brodie in Louisville I Mrs Edward Tobin and children of St Louis are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Stallman Miss Kate Clark of Mooleyville spent Sunday with Misses Anna and Mary Manning Mr and Mrs Walter of Derby Ind spent Sunday with her parentsWill Gardner was in Irvington last weekMessrs Ben and Frymiro at tended the given at Kay Vassels last week at Rhodelia The picnic given for the benefit of the school Saturday wns quite a success and enjoyed by all- Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Would Have Saved Him 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 simular 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 A MillIonaires Baby attended by the highest priced baby could not be cured ofstomach or bowel trouble any quicker or surer than your baby if you give it McGees Baby Elixir Cures diarrhoea dysentary and all of the stomach or bowele Price 25 cents and 50 c nts1 Sold by A R Fisher I Liabilities Capital stock 50000 00 and undivi ded profits 9887 47 Dividend No 36 3 per cent 150000 Amount due depos itors Ii 267746 54 Total 329134 01 Very respectfullyM BEARD Cashier Get Ready forthe Next Fair 4 September 1 and Get ready the FIRST DAY An extra effort make the first day attractive Running and Trotting Races Every Day 5o- eCI1ENAULT I Cummings Gqpdson entertainments specialist derangements Surplus Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees 1 If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once toiling us what you want and where you want it and lotus introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is cQnducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quicksales Jno D Babbaae Avenuewell R f Tern 155 acres on Hardinsburg and pl3U Kails of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwolling und timberbig barn oak 50acresIi 111 good oak tie timber Iteoch never been worked Timber can be hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments FOR SALEA splendid stand for a druggist good town surrounded by goodprosperous farmers This Is just the place for seine young physician to step into a good practice and a good drug business An old established physician wants to retire Is the reason for soing For further partlc ulars address JNO D BAnlJAGE Oloyer port Ivy Co 950 352 acres on Hardinsburg andp r halls of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample improvements two onestory dwellings three big barnes hog house and blacksmith ShOP all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 22 acres in timber vhUo oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good water tho year round Onethird cash and good easy terms on balance acres situated IK miles from 600S Joins Gabo Pierce Ridge land In good shape good feuclug ono good dwel ling house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn BOxiO feet 1 neverfulling ponds This Is good tobacco wheat unicorn land 20 acres in timber white auk sugar tree and beech balance cleared Plenty of good fruit Good road to StopliensportUH miles and good road to 1101 IK miles Tills farm Is not worn out it is good land and in good fix Just the farm for a man with a small family DUKES I Albret and Ira Hall were ill several days last week Mrs Jim Roland is no better Dr Frymire was here Monday to see tho sick Misses Margaret and Eva Basham of near Cloverport spent Monday with their cousin Miss Pearl Basham Homer Tindle was in Cloverport WednesdayGord of Owensboro is visiting his mother Mrs E Dunn Mike Newton of Colorado visited friends here Sunday I IMrs Gertrude Cary of stt LbaiBris f r 11 800 1 acres 6 mils from Cloverport onOloverportprovements 6room dwelling barn 28x30 feetand other out buildings 13 acres In orchard500 rasesbalancoTwoneverGoodlimestone Onethirdcash 850 13 acre farm 4A miles from Clo Bowlinsmandvell1ngs1house ana corn crIbi Ono good cistern and sulphurspringInwoods20000poundst2 On six acres of the wood land there are farmforuncuttimber ThisIsasmallFOR SALEA farm containing 50acresand fiveLfia store room over it two good stock barns peachtreestill kinds of small fruits Including a nice vinyard of choicest grapes 200 acres cleared balance In woods 125 acres In grass several groves of black locust sulliclont for posts to wire the whole farm In It lies near Ekron onlongvisiting her father Chris Basham Mr and Mrs John Johnson and son James spent Sunday with relatives at GoeringMrs John Corley and little daughter Ruth of Duncan spent Saturday with her sister Miss Laura Burnett Hilious Basham spent Sunday with friends at Goering- A large crowd attended the ice cream supper at the school house Saturday night n Tortouring eczema spreads its burn ing area every day Doans Ointment quickly stops its spreading instantly 1ly1 u 1 TiI rTT U tr the Breckenridge News I 1905htiAnnouncement Vo are authorized to announce the ZION DEN JOHNSON as n OHiiUlcltttu for rerlir tlon to Congress fcuhejet to the action or the Democratic party and voters generally For Commonwealths Attorney We are authorized to announce Judpi Henry UcIIaven Moorman us a candidate tor Commonwealths Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party I PERSONALAND LOCAL See Dr Bush when ho comes next week u Senator Dick Owen went to Holt MondayNo dentist in the country than Dr BushWm was in Hordinsburg last weeki Sam Hendrickson has been ill for several days j Dr Bush will be here next Monday and Tuesday- J Garfield Tucker went to Stephens port Saturday Miss Rosa Newton is visiting friends tat Stephensport Miss Ray Lewis Heyser expects to go Leitchfield soon Wallace Pierze of Louisville is tho guest of his parents Marcus Miller has been suffering from an injured foot The Rev Sanders was here Friday enroute to Tobinsport The Rev Currie is assisting in a pro tracted meeting at Holt Mrs Travers of Lima Ohio is the guest of Mrs James Harris Miss Fronie Dean spent Sunday tho guest of friends at Skillman Beautiful photographs can be made of anyone at Brabandts studio Herb Vuils of Evansville Is the guest of Everett Frank at Mattingly- Mr and Mrs John Lawson went to Louisville Saturday shopping Carl Ellingsworth of Louisville spent the week end in in this city Mrs M E Newcomb of DeKoven Ky Is visiting Mrs Phillip Kramer Miss Marion Bowmer went to Owens boro Saturday to visit Miss Jean Todd David Murray Jr of Hopkinsvllle is the guest of Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry John Matthews of Mattingly was here Friday aud subscribed for the J NewsMessrs Howard of the Howard Mfg Company were in Hardinsburg last weekMr and Mrs Wjckliffe DeHaven left Thursday to spend sometime visiting in TexasAlford Hawkins and J A Reeves of Mattingly were in town Saturday on businessTom Allen of Louisville has been visiting Mr C C Whitehead at To binsportJohn Keith went to Elizabethtown Saturday to visit Mr ard Mrs Clar ence Keith Dr J C Bush the dentist will be here next Monday and Tuesday to do dental work Miss Juamita Carr of BHzabethtown bas returned home after a visit to Mrs Proctor Keith Mrs H W Wendelkin is visiting in Nashville Tenn and will later go to R cumond Ky Mr and Mrs Wm Hensley of Har dinsburg drove down yestejday to see Dr F M Smith Miss Marcia King of Marion Ky is expected soon to be the guest of Miss Virginia McGavock Call on Dr Bush at Dr J T Owens office next Monday and Tuesday if your teeth need attention I t Mrs M Burdette who has been vfs iting Mrs Mattie Collins will leave soon for Brandenburg I Miss Georgia White has returned I ome from the South where she hasten for several mouths Morrison Calhoon dentists office Downstairs 206 Fourth street both hones Owensboro Ky J Mrs Francis Sawyer has returned home from West Point after a visit to Mrs Richard Whitehouse Mrs Randell and Miss Knuckols of LouisviHe have been the guests of MissesReo and Matt Willis Miss Adelia Moorman and Frank Moorman of Louisville have been the guests of relatives T1ISS SOPHIA JKITTLE5EN HEALTH VERY POOR RESTORED BY PERUNA Catarrh Twentyfive Years Had a Bad Cough Miss Sophia Kittleeen Evanston 111 writesI been troubled with catarrh for nearly twentyfive years and have tried many cures for it but obtained very little help Then my brother advised me to try Pcruna and I did My health was very poor at tho time I began taking Poruna My throat was very sore and I had a bad tough Peruna has cured me The chronic catarrh Is gone and my health Is very much Improved- I recommend Poruna to all my friends who are troubled as I was PERUNA TABLETS Somo people pre fer tablets rather than medicine in a fluid form Such people can obtain Peru na tablets which represent the medici nal ingredients Pornna Each tablot equals ono average dose of Peru us HanaUn the Ideal Laxative Mrs Jame Dejarnette and attractive little girl Miss Ladoska May Dejar nette are the guests of Mrs Miltont BrownWm Duboc and J D Babbage Jr left Monday morning for Cincinnati after a visit to Mr and Mrs J D BabbageMrs Mrs Sawyer and Miss Virgjnla Hudson were here from Ver sallies Wednesday the guests of Mrs John D Gregory- Steamer Gazelle and Excursion barge Blanche are open for eugdgements Phone or adlress W D Crammond Hawesville Ky Miss Kathleen Hart a most popular young visitor from Louisville return dI home Monday after a visit to Miss Mamie DeHaven Theres nothing so good for a s re throat as Dr Thomas ElectricI Oil Cares it in a few hours Relieves any pain in any part Mrs James Mattingly and daughters Misses Ruth and Sybil of Marshall Texas have arrived to visit Mrs O B Mattingly aud other relatives Miss Mason Saunders and Hurbert Saunders have returned to Nashville They were accompanied as far as Louisville with Mrs Perkins I John T Ditto and daughter little Miss Rebecca Ditto have been visiting Mr Sam Parker at Hamilton III Mr Parker is formerly of Sebree Ky Cloverport people are fortunate in securing the services of Dr Bush He Is a splendid dentist and uses all the modern and uptodate improvments known to the profession Mrs David Mattingly and little daughter Mary Elizabeth Mrs Selby McCrackeu and little Miss Mildred McCracken went to Owensboro Sat urday to visit Mrs Mattingly J D Patterson expects to go East soon for a visit before going to New Orleans to spend the fall and winter months with his son CURS Patterson Mr Patterson says his son writes that the Breckenridge News is worth a dozen letters to him every week Mrs Spalding and little Son Proctor WtlIof Morganneld returned homo Monday after a visit to Mr and MM Ben Ridgeway Miss Katharine Moorman has just recently had tho good fortune of accepting the position of stenographer at Zapps grocery in Louisville Convalescents need a large amount of nourishment in easily digested form Scott J Emulsion is powerful nourish menthighly concentrated t- It makes bone blood and muscle without putting any tax on the digestion- ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND SIOO Statement of Condition of The Two States Bank tlphen port Ky at the Close of Business Tune 30 UK Resources Loans and Dlacounta73S 63 Cash in Safe 8744 81 Cash in other Banks 496274 Banking House and Lot 502 89 Furniture and Fixtures 1557 12 Current Expenses Last- S x Months 959 5- 3Total59O323 72 We have passed the fifth milestone in our existence During that time we have grown from a small beginning to a large and prosperous business We have endeavored to keep abreast of the times provid ing for our depositors every safeguard known to their protection and security Our funds are guarded by a modern burglary and fire proof safe and insurance is carried to cover losses by either burglary or robbery 4 per cent interest time deposits which is more than other bank Breckenridge county pays We believein paying our patrons all we can for the use of their money The late disasterous bank failures have demonstrated that it is not the and largest bank that is the safest We take this opportunity to thank our customers whose patronage has helped to make this the largest best statement our five years of business ADAIR Cashier I Important Mr Jibo We fiord an expert repair man is an addition to our jewel ry department Bring your broken Watches and Jewelry to Co i + I WantS t1 + FOR RKNT A furnished room In a rest convenient to business of town and depot Apply at the News office FOR BALK machinePondAlso 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Profits 3195 09 Amount Duo Deposi tors 71351 4- 5Total90323 72 We pay on any in oldest and in RespectfullyJNO Severs Drug part farm watered STRUGGLE Ky PATESVILLE Farmers are calling for rain Little Ethel Gabbert has chick en poxMr and Mrs Lafe Jarboe wcre in Hawesville Thursday shopping YoJ Former made a flying buisness trip to Goering Friday B A Arbra and J T Parso were in Hawesville Tuesday ion buisnessMiss Farther was the guest of Miss Lillie Pulliara from Sunday until Monday afternoon Jess Staples of Sorgho was thE guest of Mrs Rena Lamb nnd children several days last week Cloverport and Patesville crossed bats on the ball ground Sunda afternoonMrs and Miss Murii Parson were at Weber Monday the guests of the formers daugl toy Mrs Thos Brown James Lamb attended the Hancock Co teachers ExaiLinatioa al Hawesville Friday and Saturday Mrs Bert Day and two childrc were the guests of her brothe Mr and Mrs Clint Reidof Clo verport from Friday until Sunda Miss Nellie Fawor and Murk Parson 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11- t C J Hensol Irvington 1 Duggins Harnod rttm ft tingly Bros Kirk N M Crews Co McQuady T G X M Morgan Co Stophonsport y IK VJ 1 I Carr Bottling and Manufacturing Works i j Hawesville Kentucky lIA c E+ Y14C I Mfr w r t D tc 11 w x T OFFICIAL I Proceedings and Claims Allowed at Called Term of Breckinridge Fiscal Court Held July 67 1908 I At a called term of the Fiscal Court began and held In and for the county of Breckenridge at the Court House In I Hardinsburg Ky on Monday July 6 1908Present Hon H DelI Moorman presiding judge of the Breckenridge county court and the following named justices of the peace towit John OReilly Thos M Bates Charles H Drury John T McCamish Frank Rup pert and H G Vessells being all the justices of the peace in commission This day came Z T Proctor and R E Moorman and made a final report in the matter of the bridge at Eveleighs Mill which is as follows towit Wethe undersigned commissioners one for Grayson county and one for Breckenridge countyto let contract and superintend the construction of the abutments for the bridge across Rough river at Eveleighs Mill make the following final report to the Brecken ridge Fiscal court 1st The abutment on the Brecken ridge county side is on solid rock and is c solid2nd The abutment on the iGrayson I side has cracks in it as described in the former report of Moorman which cracks were pointed in March and when lastI seen by Moorman on the 6th day of April the painting had not been dis turbed and when seen by Proctor on the 25th day of June it was undisturbed 3rd Maj Crump of Bowling Green an expert reported to the Grayson Fis cal Court that the said abutment was good and sufficient and the said court has received and paid for same Moor man only reports this qn information Proctor reports this on his personal knowledge 4th Proctor reports that the Gray son abutment is on solid rock and Moor man reports that it is on solid rock as for as his information boos and he is reasonably sure that the foundation is solid rock 5th Notwithstanding the cracks in the Grayson abutment these commis sioners believe that the abutment is sufficient and that the cracks are not caused by any fatal defect or want of rock foundation but are caused by ir regularities that will not render the abutment unfit for the reception of the bridge6th While it iis impossible for any one to certainly foretell the life of this or any atmtmentyet these commission ers believe that the abutment is safe and should be received and paid for by the county Witness our hands this the 6th day of July 1908 Z T Proctor Commissioner for Grayson county R E Moorman Commissioner for Breckenridge county This day came V D Roberts and J P Motaley special Commissioners and J V StClair county Bridge Commiss ioner together with justices Ruppert McCamish and OReilly a committee oC the Fiscal Court and filed a report in the matter of the Eveleigh Mill bridge which was received and ordered Weak Heart Action There are certain nerves that control the action of the heart When they become weak the heart action is impaired Short breath pain around heart choking sensation palpi tation fluttering feeble or rapid pulse and other distressing symptoms fol low Dr Miles Heart Cure is a medicine especially adapted to the needs of these nerves and the mus cular structure of the heart itself It is a strengthening tonic that brings speedy relief Try it For years I mirrored with what 1 thought was stomach trouble when the doctors told me I had heart trouble I had tried many remedies when the Dr Miles almanac came Into my hands and I concluded to- try Dr Mlles Heart Cure I have taken three bottles anti now I am not suffering at all I am cured and this medicine did it I wrlto this In tha hope that It will attract the at tcntlon of others who suffer as I did MRS D BARRON 804 Main St Covington Ky Your druggist sells Dr Mlles Heart Cure and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only If It falls i M benefit you ilesModica1 Co ElkhartInd to record Said report is as I We the undersigned V D followsII a civil engineer and J P been namedcontractor having as missioners to inspect and report on the condition of the Grayson abutment of f the Eveleigh bridge do report that on the 25th day of June 1908 we visited said bridge and examined said abut ment and desire to make the following joint report towit We find the stone used in said abutment to be of good quality and well quarried we note the cracks in the abutment as mentioned in the report of the Commissioners of the counties of Breckenridge and Grayson and they seem to be in about the con dition this day reported by said commissioners The cracks are either caused by voids incident to the con struction or by the foundation of the abutment setting having caused them in either event We recommend that the contractors remove the top stones of the abutment on the Grayson side so as to enable them to pour into the crevices in said abutment grouting in = such manner and to the extent thatttall possible cracks and crevices be fill ed full length from to bottom drill ojingother obstruction practicable and thus practically making the said abutment solid and curing the defects which caused the cracks Said grouting to be made of hydraulic or portland cement and washed sand one part cement and two parts isand This work should be done before the bridge is placed on the abutments We find the Breckenridge abutment to be satisfactory We re commend to the court that the afore mentioned work be done at once and when same is done that the said bridge abutment be received and paid for and if the said contractor fail or refuse to do said work fts recommended we recomtmend that the court withhold the sum of 500 or the amount such work may cost if done by other parties and refuse to pay same until said work is completed 3 as indicated- It appearing that the coping on said abutment is not level and in proper condition we suggest that same be leveled ready for the bridge All of which is respectfully reported- V D Roberts Engineer J P Mose ley Contractor J V StClair Bridge j CommissionerWe in the above report and recommendationsFrank RuppertJ John OReilly 1 Fiscal Court CommItteeI I This day came M H Beard commis sioner for the R R Tax district andc presented to the court R R bond No 46 for 1000 which he had paid markII ed canceled which bond was burned in the presence of the courtjj This day came the commissioners to erect the Tar Fork creek bridge and made a report concerning the same 1 which was received by the court andtt ordered to be recorded Said report is as follows towit We the undersigned having been appointed by the Fiscal Court of Breck I enridge county as commissioners to contract supervise and erect a bridge across Tar Fork creek on the Bowling c Green road 1M miles south of Clover port in the county of Breckenridge State of Kentucky respectfully submit the following report In persuance of said appointment we advertised for bids telegraphing to divers different firms IIby in the erection of such constructions and after receiving bids the contract for the building of the abutments was awarded to the Bigleman Construction Company of the county of Daviess State of Kentucky the bid of said Company being 6 per cu yd same being about 1 less per cu yd than the other bids presented by the other of said construction companies We further report that said Elgleman Construction Company has fully performed its part of the contract in the construction of said abutments in accordance with the plans and specifications thereof and that the same is now ready for the placing of the bridge thereon We further say that as such commissioners that either one or all of us were there at all times carefully watched the construction of said abutments as well as the material which was used in the construction thereof and in so far as we are capable of judging the material used as well as the work as a whole comes up to and conforms to each and every condition of the plans and specifications for the building of the same On the whole we state to the court that all of said work has been done in a good workman like manner that the structure is solid and fit for the purpose for which it was erected and in view of the premises we recommend that payment be made to the Elglehart Construction Company 1 1 Pressing Down Pains are a sign of serious female com plaintt that should have immediate attentionIf begin in time you can generally treat yeureelf at home without the need of consulting a physician by the regular use of Cardul the wellknown remedy for womens Ills- Composed of purely vegetable and perfectly harmless medicinal Ingredients being besides a gen tie nonIntoxicating strengthen Ing tonic I WINE OF CARDUII WOMANS RELIEF relieves an female complaints My wife writes John A Rodgers of Hampden Sidney Va was nothing but a walking skele ton from female trouble She suffered agonies with bearing down pains backache nod head ache Doctors failed to relieve her so she took Cardul and Is now entirely cured At All Druggists 4 WRITE FOR FREE ADVICe stating age and describing sym toms to Ladles Advisory Dupt COlChattanooga contract cost of same Witness our hands this the 6th day July 1908 Chas W Bohler Com John Jennings Com R E Moorman Com This day came V D Roberts civilII engineer heretofore appointed to examine the abutments of the Tar Fork bridge and filed his report as such which was received by the court and ordered to be recorded Said report is asfollows towit I Virgil Roberts civil engineer wish to state to the court that I at the request of John Jennings and James StClair examine the abutment work of the bridge now building across Tar Fork creek in Breckenridge county Ky and after so examined the same do pronounce said work to be solidsound and well fitted for the purpose for which it was erected This the 6th day of July 1903 V D Roberts Civil Engineer After taking top measure ments myself and taking Mr Chas Bohlers meas urements for the base I find Old Masonry re built on Clover side 89 cu yds Bowling Green side 301 cu yds Cu Yds Total 390 Ordered that court adjourn until tomorrow morning at 9 oclock At a called term 9f the Fiscal Court continued and held in and for Brecken ridge county at the Courthouse in Har dinsburg Ky on Tuesday July 71908 Present Hon H DeH M6orman presiding judge of the Breckenridge county Court and the following named justices of the peace towit John OReilly Thos M Bates Charles H Drury John T McCamish Frank Ruppert and H G Vessells being all the justices of the peace in commission The commissioners nerein in the matter of the Tar Fork bridge Charles Bohler John Jennings and RE Moor man having filed their report together with that of V D Roberts a civil engi neer all recommending the acceptance of the abutment work and that the same be paid for as per contract and the court hearing other evidence and being satisfied in the premises said stone work is now received and the Bridge Commissioner will direct the Bridge Company to proceed to erect the bridge It appearing that in the rock work of the old abutment from the en gineers report that there are 89 110 yards of work at 111 per cu yd amount ing to 53460 and that in the concrete abutment there are 301 810 yards at 6 per cu yd amounting to 181080 making a total of 234540 It appear ing that the original contract for this work was in the name of Henry W Ei german who afterward by written as signment filed in this court transferred said contract to J P Moseleyit is now ordered that the sum of 234540 less credit of 300 paid out of the bridge fund to said Moseley be now paid to him and the Commissioner and Reciev er of Breckenride county is hereby ordered and directed to procure said sum by issuing the obligations of the county bearing 5 per cent interest from date until paid payable annually and due and payable in one two or three years after date or before at the option of the county And the said special commissioners are retained and the will report at the next term of thisi court relative to the iron work and ap proaches Continued on Page Eight Women loves a clear rosy complex ion Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood clears the skin restores ruddy sound health i FThe Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company J lIiB F BEARD President AII H BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier Pays 3 per cent on time depositsno more Three per cent is as much as I the best banks in this state pay and as much as any bank can afford pay rv lvt J LpaduisvIle Evansville Packet CoIN- CORPORATED PASSENGER RATES REDUCED Cloverport to louisvill SI75 Cloverport to Evansville 175 Boats leave Louisville Mondays Wednssdays Fridays and Soturdays II p m Freight shipped by this lins delivered quicker than by rail Through rates quoted to all Ohio Cumberland Green Barren and Tennossee river points Write for folder General of- fIces 154 to 158 Fourth street Louisville Ky T L BENNETT G F h P A GEO H WILSON Supt The 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The Merry Widow 0 By ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNEII COPYRIGHT 190B BY With the most dangerous suitor Who is he Well replied Popoff confidentially Ive had my eye on her and It seems to me that De Jolldon De Jolldon exclaimed Daullo ImpossibleWhy pray I think I have ns good eyes as any man I think sir I can detect love whon I see It And from the way De Jolidon looks at the widow why man I dont know a single thing that doesnt point toward his being in love with her If If I may say so your excellency put In Nlsh shuttling nervously I think I could tell roil of a single thing if or rather lie added chuckling when I say single I mean married Mr Nlsh interrupted Popoff if you can stop wriggling around like nu Inobrlated centlncd long enough to talk plainly will you do UHJ the honor to put your blithcrlugs into plain words Well your excellency stammered GUESTS NATIVE NIsh I happen to know M de Joll don is already head over heels In love with a lady who has a husband He Mr Nlsh thundered Popoff you are demeaning to the con temptible act of talking scandal Are tyou aware of that Mr Nish If so go on talking It and tell me who she la You fool whispered Danllo In Nlshs ear Everybody but the am bassador himself knows it Is Mme Popoff whom De Jolldon loves De carefulI Well Mr Nlsh repeated Popoff majestically as he eyed tho squirming clerk with lofty Im wait ing to hear the name of the lady that De Jolldon Is In Jove with lieho neglected to tell me your excellency sputtered Nish Then decided the ambassador I shall discover her by diplomatic means and when I find who sho is sho shall use her Influence to luro De Jolidon away from tho widow Prince will you help me in this Leave it all to me suggested Da nllo with startling willingness Dont try to learn hor Identity yourself Let mo attend to the whole matter All right Popoff It will be a good lesson in diplomacy for you Perhaps I can put you on the right track The ambassador drew an Ivory fan from his pocket Last night at the embassy ball said he Nova Kovltch who used to be one of my attaches brought me this He was crazy with jealousy Hed just picked up the fan said it f hadfsticks Ho was going homo to beat his wife and make her confess who the villain was when I persuaded my wife to gave poor Mme Nova Kovltch by pretending Ute fan was her own t1t J go but my AXT76 Is a boTIfQipToGfdOst Nova Kovltch wns convinced and I pocketed the fan for future reference Danilo took the trinket from Popoffs hands nud road the penciled Inscrip tion I Why he said on impulse this is DC Jolidons handwriting How does It happen that ho Then squealed Popoff In triumph It Is Mme Nova Kovltch he loves Tho whole thing Is absurdly simple whon n brain llko mine is brought to bQar on Itr i Delighted with his own astuteness the ambassador puttered off to join the other guests leaving Danllo fan In hand blankly facing tho astounded lit tie clerk i Nlsh observed tho prince do you suppose Its possible Do Jolldon can be in love with Mme Nova Kovltch as well as with Mme Popoff IdId Hk6 to think so murmured Nish as he started faithfully off In the wake of his chief Id like to think so It lL wjojiUi uvkff It less exclusive WORE yourself I less or a monopoly And fo think his excellency never recognized his own wifes fun Where ignorance is bliss why rend up on divorce laws Laying tho fan on n nearby table Danllo was turnhfg away when a voice behind him called mockingly Still in retreat So you are afraid of me Whirling about the faced SonIn She was bowltchlnily pretty IL the black anti gold Mnraovlan dross that snowed to fullest advantage every willowy line of her ilguro Im not retreating he contradicted only skirmishing lu light cavalry fashionAnd you are going away like that Oh you stupid maul I cant tell what you mean he nn swered purged And I shant tell what I mean she rejoined By time way she added how do you happen to be here You declined my Invitation Im here he replied bluntly because Im making it my business to got rid of every Frenchman who shows signs of proposing to you But why she asked in wonder I For my owu amusement thats all You you dont happen to bo In love with mo yourself she asked a tinge withsuspiciousQtherYoure very very rude sho reproved ijutslnC9 you dont love me iI you ought to bo able to gIve me good advice about accepting a man I really want to marry 1Oh I growled Danllo chagrined Then there is some one you want to marry She nodded Whoever the man is hos after your money link sueered fiNo she contradicted He la not not tills oue You said all men wero alike This man is different He loves mo Then marry him What is it to me Marry any one you want to I dont care And Ill dance at your wedding Ill dance till I wear holes through both my shoes You silly boy she scoffed Youre JealousJealous he raged Jealous I jealous Thats a good onel Words failed him and ho stalked away to a nearby summer houso where he paused1 lost In seeming con templation of the little buildings archi tectureThe neglected fan lying on the table caught Sonlas eye She picked It up Idly and opened it The words I love you met her gaze Quickly she glanced at Daullo I understand she murmured to herself lie vowed hed never say 1It to me so hes written It Noting that Danilos back was toward her she furtively lifted tho fan t16 her lips and kissed tho written words Then as she restored It to the table she whisperedI Just the same Ill make him say It He slialll Site crossed to where he stood Have you nothing to say to me prince she asked thinggoodbylGoodbwr Youre youre not going I leave Paris tomorrow morning by the first train forever Then you wont be here after all to dance at my wedding No But you promised And now I suppose I shall never see you again for vJ12t1 T l ittryletlLsU llllbeJnPalls UALL HER MARSOVIAN THEIR PICTURESQUE COSTUMESp I majesty consented prince toneCertainly I thought you sore iuoro patriotic he sighed It seems hard that you should turn your back on your native land marry a Frenchman and settle here Yet it is what I have decided sheI answered This is probably the last time I shall wear our native costume or dance our wild national dances To days fete Is a sort of farowell to old timesNo our dances and costumes would not appeal to a Frenchman Who IIs It you are going to marry The engagement Isnt announced yet she evaded Then he returned with n shrug I suppose I shrill never know for I leave early tomorrow And you wont dance at my wed dingIve told you I would not If you wont she cried a sudden inspiration flashing through her mind and lighting her pale face to dazzling beauty dance with me now Sho stretched out her slender white arms with an allurement that no mor tal man could resist CHAPTER IV The Waltz ANOE with mot repeated Soi nlaTho faroff orchestra had struck up a dashing gayI Warsovlan air Impelled by the tousle bad her glance of daring Danllo sprang n u V V I forwarfl In an Instant the two ware whirling madly amkl the vtiMcacles of a wild Uusslnn dance such MS hits for count loss centuries been performed from Si berias icj plain to Tartar steppes n dance of youth agility utter aban donYet as they came panting to a halt at the Inst crashing note of music the face of ucithor reflected tho exhllara tlon thb swift motion and stirring measures usually evoked In fact Da nibs brow wore a very perceptible scowl Sonia too was downcast Had her rash experiment failed You didnt enjoy that said she Not especially he confessed Dill youNo You dont dance as well as you aid Youve probably grown to prefer French partners he replied piqued it the reflection on his dancing From nil I hear she retorted you tliavo little right to reproach me on that score Yon dance a good deal at Maxims dont you Now and thpn ho admitted And with what sort of partners I wonder she scoffed n touch of scorn In her sweet voice With polito onus said Danllo icily 4 She winced over so little at the roe proof and went on I suppose you dance better with them than with me Possibly he agreed You see I too may prefer French partners She raised her great dark eyes to his a world of meaning In them Do you she asked almost in a whisper The distant orchestra had been play Ing again this time not a native all buta dreamy infinitely sweet Vien nese waltz The opening notes of the haunting melody though softened by distance wore wafted none the less distinctly to the listening couple Again their eyes met With a mutual impulse they drew toward each other Then began a dance ns different froth the stiffly conventional ballroom waltz as moonlight differs from a gasoline flare With more than a hint of th free marvelously graceful posesI c Slavonic dancers Danllo and Sonia began their wondrous waltz Throwing herself back Into tho strength of his circling embrace the girls outstretched arms swayed llko wind blown lilies In rhythm with th music her light step scarcely touchln earth as tho prince guided her through the mazes of the danceIIt was a oast and west of lissom oriental posturing and of gliding modern walt- zstepsthe very poetry of motion Nor from the first note until the last strain of music died away did either dancers eyes leave the others Love eager and eternal was in the gaze of each Eye said openly to eye A lady went into the summer house with a gentleman what sullen pride forced back from the lipsThen a last dreamy chord and the music was hushed Danllo and Sonla started amazed as though from some vision of paradise Tile widow fearful lest by impulsive word she might wreck her plan of bringing Dnullo to her feet darted breathlessly away to welcome a new group of guests The prince left alone stared after her open mouthed A clapping of applauding hands aroused him Bravo bravo my dear prince wheezed the ambassador toddling for ward What a delightful little danccl But is it customary to catch ones purl nor In a jlu Jltsu grip like that or js it a fashion that has como In since my waltzing days Tho old bores feeble Jest brought Dnullo quickly back to earth and to a sense of everyday surroundings Were you looking for me he asked none too civilly Only to see If you had succeeded yet In finding who the lady is with whom Do Jolldon is In love She must bo made to win him away from any Ideas of marrying tho widow To blazes with that and all the rest of your silly plans shouted Danllo Dont worry any more about the widow Its no use I tell you She Is itolnir to innrnr a Frenchman la snlto J or us srrr And ire Tent on bitterly goaded by time chagrin and abjdct disappointment in Popoffs face Im go- Ing to dance at her wedding Going to marry a Frenchman is she yelled the distracted ambassa dor Preposterous Ill thud a way of stopping it tad It is Do Jolldou she thinks of marrying Whats tmt to me I dont know who shes engaged to and But Popoff waited to hear no more Catching sight of Nlsh he rushed upon that unhappy clerk Find M de Jolldou he command ed Keep your eye on him all the rest of the evening See if he makes Jove to the widow and report to nH I have already told Mme Popoff tllIsound him on the subject Among all we ought to learn something were done befoltII Youll learn something If you kcop on spying muttered Danilo under his breath as he moved away But Ill bet a years Income itll be something that will give you more surprise than pleasureDusk was falling Above the myriad colored lights that dotted the garden the moon was rising Along one of the t dged paths leading to the summerhouse man Illtl a woman were 8troliuglmo Natalie Popoff and M sJ2lliI And soyour worthy husband sot you the task of finding out whom I am in love with De Jolldon was saying Yes tho ambassadors young wife answered He Is afraid you will marry the widow Why shouldnt I queried De Jolt don jokingly You told me to B tbut you wont will you she plea id Why dont you look at me Whni are you looking at De JolldonM eye had fallen on the fan where it lay forgotten on the tablel The fan you lost and that your husband pocketed he said handing It to her Thank goodness Natalie exclaim ed seizing it then Lend me a pencil She wrote a sentence on1 the fan di rectly beneath the three words he had scribbled the night before at the ball There she sighed handing it to him keep that as a reminder IMe held the fan up to the light and read 1ainadutifulwife Remember that always she ad juredNatalie he cried passionately- It Is trutl am a duttrl wife If I have beet foolish enough to listen to your lovemaking at least I have never encouraged It I have always rebuffed you for consciences sake 1 am a dutiful Why remind me of the hopl ssness of my love murmured De Jolldon You may refuse to reciprocate It but you cannot prevent my telling you But I can After this evening we must not meet again My husband trusts me This must be our farewell interview Dont try to alter my par pose I hove made up my mind Aft er this evening 1 shall never Natalie you cant mean I do this is the last talk we two shall ever have together Then Implored De Jolldon if It uf really to be our farewell Interview why must we talk here In the garden where at any moment others may come to claim nl r aWfiUJJou Grunt me a I SUFFERED WITH ECZEMA 225 YEARS Limb Peeled and Foot Was Like Raw FleshHad to Use Crutches AmputationNecessary Writes of Cure Seven Years Ago BELIEVES LIFE SAVED BY CUTICURA REMEDIES I have been treated by doctors for tvrentyflve years for a bad case of enema on my leI rbey did their Ihost but failed to euro itMy doctor had ad vlI ed mo to have my leg cut off but I said I would Cutlcura Remedies first Ho said Trythem if you like but theywIIlgoodAt Ylegwas liko a piece of raw flesh and I had to walk on crutches I bought a cako of Cuticura Soap a box of Cuticura Ointment and a bottle of Cuticura Pills After the first two treatments the swelling wont down and in two months my leg was cured and the new skin came on The doctor could not believe his own oyos when ho saw that Cuticura had cured me and said that ho would uso it for his own patients I used two cakes of Cuticura Soap three boxes of Ointment and five bottles of Resolvent and I have now been eared over seven years and but for tho Cutioura Remedies I might have lost my life I havo lots of grand children and they arc frequem users of Cuticura and I always recommend it to tho many people whom my heal ness brings to my house ovary day Mrs JeanBaptisto Ronaud clairvoy ant 277 Montana St Montreal Quo Feb 20 100- 7SLEEP FOR BABIES Rest for Mothers Instant relief and refreshing stoop for skintortured babies and rest for tired fretted mothers in warm baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle anointin with Cuticura Ointment tho great skin euro and purest of emollients IlOo2andCorpSoleWtdaned Free Cutlcun tfoekou Skis DIMMM FOUR GIRLS Restored to Health by Lydia E Pinklmms Vegetable Compound Read What They Say Ml89LlllinnRoMB3Q East 84th Street Now York writes Lydia E rinklmms Vegeta ble Compound over eamelrrtfUlartthllporlod nervous headaches after everything Gist liedl failed to help me and I loci it a duty to let oilers know of It tlg9d55Lafayette Cil writes Thanks to Lydia BIMnkhama Vf iuble Compound I am well after Itdrorlng for months from ne v His prostration tMiss Claris Stoltz ni tin of LftOre la writes I wMiDa run 1wneondit ion andsuf fared from suppression poorfVegetabloloinpollnd wall ujd Jtrone1 tMiss1 Ellen JLOlson of 417 X East St Ko Lydia ti tablei Com domed llli Of JMCI c9 sdQ aihc and i bllshed my x rixli after tho doitoiibailtolld I FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink mndefromstandard remedy for female ills and has positively cured thousands ol women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulceration fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear lIatulenCyindigestiondizzinessornervou Why dont you try it lIrs IMnkhnm invites all sick women to write her for advice Site Inns led thousands to health A dress Lynn pass nual halt hour of your society all to myself Let the talk be uninterrupted Let us sit in the little summer house over there SeeIt Iis rmpty They entered the little Julioed ar bar It was lighted by a string Qt Japanese lanterns and two rustic chairs were at opposite sides of Its round center table There was a door at each end of the tiny room an Meal spot for a teteatete chat now that the moonlight had wooed most of the guests out of doors The light wicker door swung alittt behind the couple Natalie quite ern Joyed the prospect of listening to her adorers melodramatic words of tkrf well and of posing heroclally as a self sacrificing dutiful wife In half as hour at most she would rejoin her has band with time righteous consclotunMW In her heart of having dismissed tot ever the one man besides Popoff who bad ever made love to her So Interested was Natalie In De Jell dons parting speech that she did Mb hear the ambassador just outside flf clae excitedly tNlsh Im sure I saw that nmuMK house door close behind a ladys afclrtt Lets see who IIs In there To be Continued f Not Wanting a Job When Gladstone was chancellor of the exchequer one day be was la tttshipping department of the government oilier getting RODIP Information and figures for the coming budget Vbfe thus engaged a Sunderland shipowner called to see Mr Lludsey time hen member for Sunderlnud While waiting for Mr Llndsey to come In the shipowner got his eye on Mr Gladstone and was watching elm close ly After doing so n lIttle while ho thus addressed him Thou seumst a good writer and clover at figures Ill give you f too a year and thats an offer tluult not get every day Mr Gladstone thanked him antI said he would seo Mr LIndscy Just then Mr LIndscy entered Then Mr Gladstone told Mr Lindsay of the other his friend had made him Mr Llndsoy said it was a very good offer but he did not Iknow if Mr Gladstone could be spared Anyway ho hail better Introduce them Turning to his friend the shipowner he said Allow mo to Introduce you to W E Glad stone chancellor of tho exchequer Mr Soandso Sunderland The amaze ment of the shipowner cannot be de scribed The Grand Old Man laughed Immoderately London Answers Just Exactly Right I have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for several yearsand find them just exactly right says Mr AA Felton of Harrisville N Y New Life Pills re- lieveh without the least discomfort Best remedy constipation billiousness and malaria 25o at Severs drug store Inconsistent Dear me said tho poetess I dont see why those horrid editors insist on saving manuscripts written on only ono side of the sheet whon they go quid print their paper on both sldosPnth finder t l Best The World Affords It gives me unbounded pleasure to recommend Bucklens Arnica Salve says J W Jenkins of Chapel Hill fy C I nm convinced its the best salve the world affords It cureda fellon on my thumb and It never fails to heal evi cry sore burn or wound to which tit applied 25ctat Severs Prug Store 7e aac yr wc GREAT CLEARANCE SALE OF BUGGIES AND RUNABOUTSJi Ji1ICIaJLUbYJ I = IHdh I7 n 1i T Jj iUlJiSi r Uptodate line Vehicles at a reduced price to close out stock A few special bargains at prices so low you cant help but buy A full line of flooring ceiling and finishing lumber and mould ings We are agents for the genuine American Fence Wire We carry a full stock in allsizes Call and see us and we will make you an interesting price for a short time only ASHCRAFT ASHCRAFT Irvington Kentucky Reduced Rates to Hardinsburg Ky Via The Henderson Route account of The Masonic Picnic Saturday Aug 1 1908 For the above occasion the Henderson Route offers the following round trip fares to Hardinsburg Cloverport 100 Hawesville 125 Addison 100 Stephensport 100 1i Special train will leave Irvington at 1000 a m arriving at Hardinsburg at 10sO a m returning leaves Hardinsburg at 4 p m For full information regarding connection at main line trains ASK THE AGENT L J Ge Pe A Official Proceedings of Fiscal Court Continued from Page Six The commissioners herein for the pint bridge between Breckenridge and Grayson counties Z T Proctor and Robert E Moorman having made their lfinal report as herein before filed And recorded recommending the accept ance and paying for said stone abut ment and special commissioners V D Roberts civil engineer and J P MOle ley a contractor and J V StClair bridge commissioner and Frank Rupert JT McCamishand John OReilly Fiscal Court recom a committee of the mending the acceptance of said work conditioned as indicated by their re port filed and hereinbefore recorded and said commissioners together with others having appeared before the court and given testimony as to the condition of lAid work etc and it appearing that Grayson county has had the said work examined by an expert and that said county has paid its part of the joint obligation for said work in full and de mands being made by the Bridge Com pany that its contract be executed and 1 the demands being general by the peo pleof the community surrounding the bridge for its completion on the abut ments and it appearing from the testi mony of experts given before this court that the grouting will make the abut ment perfectly good if there be any voids or joints into which it will be run and which are not now filled with mor tar and if there bft none that it is the opinion of said experts that the work is not materially damaged by the said cracks under the reports of experts and the advice recfived as aforesaid and all conditions as presented it is ordered that the said abutments be now re ceived upon the following conditions towitThe Bridge Commissioner of Breck enridge county J V StClair will at once proceed to the said work together with Grayson countys representative whoever he maybe and they will in vestigate the condition of the said Grayson abutment as directed in the Breckinridge experts report and as certain if the work is solid or whether it will admit the grouting as suggested Hit be solid or in such condition as not to admit the grouting then it shall t e received Ju it is otherwise the di itUions of the engineer and the con tractor shall be followed as outlined in Webster 80 Irvington 75 Guston 50 Brandenburg 100 IRWIN said report and the Bridge Company will not erect the bridge until ordered by the Bridge Commissioner J V StClairIt that there are 4686 tithes in Breckenridge county and 4479 tithes in Graysoncounty and that there are 1655 cubic yards of masonry to be paid for by both counties at 4 91 per cubic yard amounting to 768170 and that Breckenridges part 392760 it iis hereby ordered and directed that the said sum of 392760 less 1000 already paid from the bridge fund and 1 less the sum of 500 which is withheld to guar antee the performance of the stipulations of the commissioners report be now paid to Murphy Brothers of Bowling 1 Green Ky on their said contract The Commissioner and Receiver of Breckenridge county is hereby ordered and directed to procure said sum by is suing the obligations of Breckenridge county for said amount bearing inter oat at the rate of 5 per cent per annum from date until paid payable annually and due and payable in one two three four and five years after date or before at the option of Brockenridge county in such payments as the Commissioner and Receiver deems proper The joint commissioner R E Moor men will accompany the Bridge Commissioner and they will report their acts in the premises at the next regular term of this court together with the Grayson county commissioner relative to both the abutment and bridge- It is ordered by the court that the following sums be and they are hereby allowed and appropriated to the per sons below named respectively for the services mentioned John OReilly justice two days called term Fiscal Court July 1908 6 00 M Bates justice two days IT called term Fiscal Court July 1908 6 00 H G Vessells justice two days called term Fiscal Court July 1908 6 00 C H Drury justice two days called term Fiscal Court July 1908 0 00 J T McCamish justice two days called term Fiscal Court July 1903 600 Frank Ruppert justice two days called term Fiscal Court July 1908 600 It Iis ordered by the court that the proceedings of this term of court be pub lished in the Breckinridge Democrat I I and the Breckinridge News in accor dance with the former agreement Ordered that court adjourn until court in course Starved to Death is what could truthfully be said of man children who die They have worms poor little things they 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 Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand storehouse stock of goods good will etc Annual sales 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three 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 business For further particulars write NOD BABBAGE Cloverport Ky GUSTON Miss Aliene Frymire of Ekron is the guest of Miss Lucilo Rich ardsonMrs Annie Cain is spending a fewdays with her mother Mrs St anSmithMiss Smith and Clara Os born spent a few days last week with Miss Louise Miller Mrs Laura Legrand spent Friday night with her sister Mrs John Durbin A crowd of young people en joyed u party given by Miss Lula Osborn last Thursday in honor of her oloventh birthday all report ed an enjoyable time Mr and Mrs Earnest Galloway returned to their home in Louis ville after spending a few weeks with their mother Mrs John Chi lds Mrs John Miller of Irvington spent Saturday with Mrs Jim Os bornThe ice cream supper given Wednesday night for the benefit of the church was quiet a success after all expenses were paid there was left about twenty dollars for the treasure Miss Ella Robertson sold the most tickets and got the white apron Mrs Minnie Dugan and baby spent Thursday in lrvington the guests of Mr S B Arms Mr and Mrs Bill Tobin are spending a few days in Louisville this being Mr Tabins acationI Mr G II Anderson went to Louisville Saturday Lee Ashcraft has charge of the depot during the absence of Mr TobinMr Will Smith is greatly im proved and hope ho will soon bo home with his family again i Miss Jane Jantzen spent last Tuesday with Misses Beulah and I Laura Dowell near Irvington Pain will depart in exactly 20 minutes if one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets is taken Pain anywhere Remember Pain always means congestion blood pressurenothing else Headache is blood pressure toothache is blood pres sure on sensitive nerve Dr Shoops Headache Tablets also called Pink Pain Tabletsquickly and safely coax this blood pressure away from pain centers Painful periods with women get instant relief 20 tablets 25c Sold by All Dealers BASE BALL NEWS Some of the Guston boys are wearing crape on their caps this weekCloverport reds will play Holt Sunday at Holts Bottom The Cloverport Reds are anx ious to have a game with any Jun ior team and will be ready to make dates anytime Mrs Lollie White of Fort Worth Texas who is visiting her brotherMr R B Pierce spent part of last week at the Satter field homestead HARNED Wilbur Webster left Monday for Illinois to seek employment- Mrs Stephen Basham and Mrs Monroe Basham were the guests of Mrs Bruington Saturday aft ernoon Mrs Nannie Moredock and dau ghter Bessio were in town Mon shoppingMr Matthews of Hal comb Mo arrived hero Tuesday to be the guest of Iris sister Mrs J M Beatty and family for several daysRev Green Cundiff filled his regular appointment at the Presb yterian church Sunday afternoon Several from hero attended the funeral and burial of J W Brown at Garfield Saturday Misses Ethel and Martha Mea dor of Hardinsburg were the guests of their sister Mrs Mary May Saturday Mrs Julia Knott was the guest of Mrs J M Beatty Friday after noon Mr W S Payne and Miss Rep tie Snyder were married Tuesday evening at the homo of the bride The ceremony was performed by Rev J Duggins Miss Pinkie Tucker and brother Wesley of Cloverport came up Sunday to bo the guest of relatives dflYsII The farmers are busy this week making hay Mr G E Tucker and sister Miss Lena of Mook were the gu ests of Miss Shollie Quiggins S t1 rIt WHAT HAVE YOU 100 YEARS OLD II- The IM I I News wants to know about relics of bygone ft1 Yq days If you have a piece of furniture an inter ft esting booka picture of any note or anythmgJrJ t9 else that is worthy of mention and not loss than jjj ii- II a hundred years old write usifti S 1 ASSISTANT EDITOR CLOVERPORT KY l CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE FARMERS BANK Of tlardmsburg Ky at the close of business June 30 1908 Resources Liabilities Loans and Discounts 79478 08 Bonds 5200 00 Cash and diiefrom Bks 17825 40 Banking louse and Lot 1500 00 Furniture and Fixtures 875 00 Overdrafts 536 47 10541495 00 4000 00 Profits 24149 Due Natioual II 29 I so ti The above statement is correct 4 Respectfully JnO D ShaW Cashier r LVJIA Y I How do You get Your Water There are Several Ways to It csasa m- Ara you using a modern laborsaving convenient method or do you use the windlass or rope or backbreaking pump in your well or cistern and tbte water in a pail from your spring If you are using these unhandy uneconomical and unsatisfactoryif f f youstopandthinkaboutit methods you will do well to investigate the Howard for Domestic Water At a 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 well cistern or spring to any part of the house or by simply the valve at the water is desired the work for the day may be done at one time by a special hand that is easily operated with one hand IIAllyou our will system r write us we will gladly furnish you full information re llTHE HOWARD MFG w CO VI CIoverort Ky urday and Sunday Rev and Mrs J Duggins spent Tuesday the guests of Mr and Mrs James Knott Mrs Ella Davis and little grand daughter Gola Davis left Wed nasday for Texas where they will Capital Stock 15000 Surplus Undivided Banks 5217 Deposits 86121 10541495 Do hygienic System Supply premises opening point where visit relatives for several weeks visitingherat Guston this week Miss Horsoloy of near Hardins burg is visiting her aunt Mis Missouri Watts at this place