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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tIi H JTHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 29 1908 8 Pa es NO3 r rr i t1 iiir Jti tYry x ij 1 3t j v JUr A 4- 1iii T tJJ C rj 4 1 fi1 i BASE BALL IN- BRECKENRIDGEl Cloverport Defeats Addison in Onesided Contest Reds Give Holt a Shutout HARPER PITCHES GREAT GAME Not satisfied with tbeir defeat on the previous Saturday the Addison team came down last Saturday afternoon with only one purpose in view to defeat the local team by n score of about 20 to 0 P Their plans might have been carried out had it not been for the hard batting and brilliant field work that was dis played by the home boys Owing to the absence of regular playets on both teams several substitutes were employed As it was when the smoke of battle cleared away the score was 25 to 4 in favor of the local team Furrow and Allen were on the firing line for the home team while Halt and Chase graced the center of the diamond r for the visitors Wilson and Chase did splendid backstop work for their re spective teams A crowd of enthusiastic fans ere on the grounds hoping to witness a hot contest however their wishes were granted for only three innings During QalllWliSInning both teams had three runs to their credit The rest of the game proved to be a cinch for the home boys They hit Hall and Chase unmercifully and to gether with the poor fielding of the visitors the home boys easily succeeded in adding twentytwo more scores to their credit while the visitors were for tunate in getting one more man across home plate Shutout For Holt Manager Staders bunch of coming Reds who have lost only one game this season defeated the Holt Junior nine on the latter s grounds last Saturday after noon by the score of 16 to 0 The Reds gave a splendid exhibition of how the National game should be played Victor Harper a coming southpaw pitched a splendid game for the Reds During the whole nine innings he had the Holt boys completely at his mercy striking out nineteen men and giving only two bases on halls Harper was given splendid field support and one man reached third base while only two reached second Those who were so fortunate as to get hits were put out on first by Capt Tucker Another feature of the game was the backstop work which was performed by Casper Gregory In the sixth inning with two men on bases Harper made a wild throw Greg ory jumped two feet and caught the ball with one hand keeping Holt from scoring two men- The Reds challenge any team for a a game provided the players are be teen the ages of twelve and seventeen years NOTES Wasnt it easy 000 The game lasted two hours 000 Lewis a substitute did some clover field work N 000 Graham did excellent work at short 000 Some of the fans did their best to help Addison win the game 000 Although Chase was hit hard if he had been backed up by the proper kind of fielders there would probably been a different tale 000 Patesville will be in tomorrow for the third game A hot contest is ex pected and a large crowd wil no doubt be on hand 000 Hambleton caught the fly that ended gameMcCracken Pate and Tucker made nice hits for the Reds Ball Base Ball Fan News roaches Cloverport that Sherman S Ball is one of the biggest bas- elj ball fans of Frankfort CowHeelers Win Wednesday afternoon on the school hqnse diamond the Cowheelers de feated the Hill Billies by the score S 21 to 8 the Hill Billies are Walter Weisenberg Lewis Miller Darnell r Gregory Willie Seaton Forrest Weath erbolt Seb McCracKen R Lewis H t Perkins and C JWiluon Cow Heelers 71 AareH Johnson V Bowlds Elmer Hoffious Mark Lewis Hamman May Htfnd Yewell Holder ESCAPED DEATH Colored Man Shows Nerve Trying To Prevent Team Backing Over Baptist Hill Will Bridwell colored narrowly escaped death Friday morning while driving the City Coal Companys wagon The team backed over the embank ment of the Baptist church hill turned over the wagon load of coal and threw Bridwell over the hill Bridwell showed unusual norveand jumped back on the wagon twice to try to control the mules but to inve his own life he had to give up in the third attempt and let the animals have their way The wagon was torn to piec- esOFFICERS NAMED The Board of Election Commissioners have named the following officers to hold the election for trustees in each of the subdistricts of the county from 1 p m to 5 p m Saturday August 1 1908 The first named officer in each subdistrict is the clerk The other two are the judges Officers should qualify at once Any who fail to qualify before the Election may be qualified by either of the other two who have been qualifi ed The poll book and the ballot box will be delivered to the clerk before the date of the election iI Educational Division No1 Hardinsburg Subdistrict No1 John- B Stith Robert A Smith P Morris BeardHendrick Subdistrict No2 Silas Miller Goo T Jolly Luther Blair Oakland subdistrict No 3 Louis Payne RM Rowland David Henning Kirk ub district No4 Will Davis Eddie Davis J F McGary Weatherford subdistrict No 5 Jas P Kennedy E W Tucker James Wheatley Harned subdistrict No6 Frank May M G Payne G W Payne Freedom subdistrict No7 J W Bruington C P Meador Peyton Hay nesNortons subdistrict No8 Sol Loyd Mart Norton W A Allen Bells subdistrict No9 H C Jolly Irvin Robbins C E Robbins New Bethel subdistrict No 10 John Seaton D J Roberts Clarence MillerShellmans subdistrict No 11 Ern est Driskell Albert Dowell Dick Black Educational Division No2 Tauls subdistrict Nol HA Wal ker John E Brickey Warfield Hend rickBalltown subdistrict No2 Alf Hawkins E B Barbee S M Beavin Hazel Dell subdistrict No 3s Scott Peckinpaugh Gid Robbins Vol Fife Hickory Lick subdistrict No4 Jule Jackson Henry T Paul John Huff Pisgah subdistrict No 5 T M Bates W I Taul Marion Dunn Hardins subdistrict No 6 George Harris Tom Hawkins Nick Staples Hites Run subdistrict No 7 F L Walker Louis Sahli L L Waggoner Persimmon Flat subdistrict No8- L M Rush PB Greenwood Thomas N HawkinsHolt district No9 ZTHardin C J Fella W H Gibson Floods subdistrict No 10 Eli Chapin Jim Flood Sam Dejarnette Tuckers subdistrict No 11 Scott Gilbert Mike Basham Jim Johnson Tar Fork subdistrict No 12 Frank Ruppert Owen Rice Chas Tabeling Sample subdistrict No 13 John H McCoy Lorenzo Dowell W H Jolly Stephensport subdistrict No 14 Ben Lay John Martin P E Hawkins Educational Division No3 Irvington subdistrict No1 E B Smith T J Adkisson Willard Arnold Webster subdistrict No 2 E H White J B Dutchke Tom McGovock Raymond subdistrict No3 Wm Chappell Taylor Compton L T Pol lockFrymire subdistrict NO4 S J Brashear Clint Philpott JB Frymire Vessells subdistrict No 5 J A Miller M M Chappell Gabe Nevitt Mooleyville subdistrict No6 E F Egart P H Manning R L Redman Clifton Millssubdistrict No7 FW Hall T J Basham J S Wright Walnut Grove and Argabright sub district No8 Arthur Ater I C Arga I bright J H Bandy Jarrett and Poplar Grove subdistrict No9 B H Beauchamp H T Gib son G R French Union Star subdistrict No 10 Jo seph Severs W L Robertson R M Cart This district includes Lookout IShiloh subdivision No 11 W S Cart W W Barger J F Biddle English subdivision No 12 J D Stiff J S Dowell June Walls Pleasant Valley subdistrict No 13 John R Brashear W E Manning C M Hardesty Chenault subdlstrict No 14 L H Bosley John Tobin W W Fork Educational Division No4 Custer subdistrict No1 W H Board T N Harned Jesse B Rhodes Browns sub distriet No2 Sidney Johnson Boone Carman Doc Sipes Forrest Gladesub district No 3John Stearman H Tinius John Bridwell Germantown subdistrict No 4 John Brown Frank Nix Gid Carman High Plains subdistrict No5 Wil lie Johnson HTH NorrisJasO Lucas Capps subdistrict No C Hardie Hirtlay Joel StClair T H Bennett Dranes subdistrict No7 H O Bennett John AHaynes R H Bandy Rosetta subdistrict No 8 G C Garner Marion Roes T M Chappoll Spheres subdistrict No9 Jim Huf fines Bluford Still Chas Gross Bewleyville subdistrict Xo 10 W W Keith Ben McCoy G A Foote Basin Spring subdistrict No 11 J A Heston J B Gibson Taylor Bandy Gross subdistrict No 12 Bd Trip lett Alex Durbin Wm N Adkisson This district includes Bandys Perrins subdivision No 13 Jesse Bruner Isaac Whitworth John Webb Garfield subdivision No 14 W T Dowell James Kennedy Richwrd Whit worthMt Nebo subdistrict No 15 T N Dyer Alfred Allen Ed BHssett Educational Division No5 McDaniels subdistrict No1 B F Compton Asa Noblett J E Wilson This district includes the Rhodes district Beech and Calvert subdistrict No2 John H Hull John WCarwile Thos Mercer Antioch subdistrict No3 HCGar ner G W Holmes N M Mercer Mt Gilend subdistrict No 41 Noah Eskridge N L Mercer Wm Ramsey Little Union subdistrict No5 JW Quiggins J H Johnson Rev W A BashamConstantine sub distriot No6 Jesse Morris James A Sharp T HHarring tonFairfield subdistrict No 7 Thos Dodson R H Cook Mike Horsley Burns subdistrict No8 John L Lucas Thos Carman John Alexander Mook subdistrict No9 P D Mil ner R P Smiley George Galloway Wilsons Shrewsberry and Salem are together in this election West View subdistrict No 10 W D Smith P C Long General Good man Hayes subdistrict No 11 Henry Haynes S T Tucker H T Basham Cave Spring subdistrict No 12 Milt Whitworth Sam Galloway W S NilesHowards subdistrict No 13 C A Hicks M B Tucker Maudeville Gallo 4way Coyles subdivision No M David Pullen Jesse Duggins H S Garner Hudson subdistrict No 15 E L Mercer Edward Tucker W S Tuttle Educational Division No6 Glendeane subdistrict No 1 T L Curtis Perry Hoskins B A Whitting hillMoorman subdistrict NO2 W J Robertson Clay Cooper Robert Har low Mortons subdivision No3 Thos V Robertson Frank Burden Mason EmbryJackson subdistrict No4 Sam Jackson Sam BowmanWilliam Newby McQuady subdivision No5 Ros coe Laslie Gid P Ball Geo F Askins Mattingly subdivision No 0 Henry Matthews Matt Mattingly J V Hin tonPoplar Run subdivision No 7 AP Poole W L Cannon Jesse C Galloway Sand Knobsubdivision No8 Wm Jarboe Melvin Simmons J H Gallo wayBurtons subdivision No9 J A Matthews J H Rebarker Jas E Cooper Rockvale and Overtons go with Rockvale Sapps sub division No 10 J M Cooper G E Clark J W Moxley Askins Bobtown subdistrictNo 11 EV W Matthews C W Cooper J W Jones Handsome Improvement The Cloverport Foundry is placing a very handsome fence at the home of Mr Joe Mullen on the hill the work is being superintended by Mr Will Pate and is an exceptionally fine improvement BUSY DAY Merchants Enjoy Good Trade Many Folks In Town Saturday T A Robertson Here Cloverport was on the boom Saturday A large number of farmers and business men were on the streets and in the houses Crops politics weather pro hibition and temperance were the topics of conversation and nonwhisky seem ed to be in the air Among the men were Jno Elder Tom Blaineof Stephensport Henry laud of Rosetta Tom Hawkins Vester Moore Geo Harris Ivan Bates Asher Newby Win Ashby and TA Robert sonMr Robertson iis here from Tularie Cal He isi in Breckenridge county now enjoying a visit to relatives and friends When asked by a representa tive of the News if he liked the Wasthe smlledknd said Yes but old Ken tucky bette- rSCHOOL PER CAPITA Fixed At 360 By Superintendent J G Crabbe Frankfort Ky July 22The largest school per capita ever known in Kentucky has been fixed by Superintendent of Public Instruction J G Crabbe the per capita for this year is 360 which is twenty cents higher than it was last year and last year was the high water mark The increase in school children is 4735 Prof Crabbe has been at work on the figures from which he com putes the school per capita for some days and completed the task only late this afternoon The following is the statement issued by Prof Crabbe f The State school fund estimated dis tributed for the payment of teachers for the fiscal year ending June 30 1909 amounts to 266166790 The per capita is declared 360 The per capita last year was3 40 this year is an increase of 20 cents hence this per capita for the year 190809 is the largest in the history of the State Tne school census showing pupil children reports as follows Pupils in counties ftS7051 Pupils in cities 132301 Total 739353 The school census last year was 34017 pupils This year the increase is 4735 pupils Theres nothing so good for a sore throat as Dr Thomas Electric Oil Cnrts it in a fexv hours Relieves any pain in any part Over A Hundred Years Old Mr Wood Weatherholt reently brought into the News office two very interesting books that are about one hundred and seventeen years old One is the first volumn of the Laws of the United States of America and the other Acts passed at the Second Con gress of the United States They were taken from New York to Pitts burg by Mr Weatherholts grand mother Mrs Nelvina Ryan and since then they have been handed down to the descendants They are curiously printed but show that our father print ters were good at the case The books were made by Childs and Swaine Philadelphia A Golden Wedding means that man and wife have lived to a good age and consequently have kept healthy The best way to keep healthy is to see that your liver does its duty 365 days out of 365 The only way to do this is to keep Ballards Herbine in the house and take it whenever your liver gets inactive 50 cents per bottle Sold by A R Fisher SHOW BOAT Cooleys Wonderland Will Reach Cloverport Saturday Night With new acts pretty girls who have sweet voices good musicand an upto date kinodrome J W Cooleys Float ing Theater will cut the waters of the Ohio for Cloverport Saturday- J W Menke th e advanced advertis ing agent was in the city Saturday and he said unboastingly that Wonder land was truly an exception this sea son and that Cloverport people would bo highly pleased with the entire show See Cooleys display ad for particulars IRVINGTON NEWS AND PERSONALS Miss Still And Mr Walls Married Mrs J II Reesor Dies In Louisville MANY FOLKS GOING Miss Lissie Prentice of Lexington came Saturday to be the guest of Mrs G N Lyddan Mr and Mrs Ponnie Rhodes of Brandenburg were visitors of Mr and Mrs Edd Alexander last week A host of friends of Mr and Mrs A B Coleman sympathise with them in the loss of their daughter Mrs Sallie Reesor who died at the Beechurs Sanatarium near Louisville on last Wednesday The remains were taken to Garnetsville for burial Miss Ruth Miller has returned from Brandenburg after being the guest of Miss Minnie Lee Woolfolk Mrs Charlie Chamberlain is at home from a short visit to her mother Mrs Brandenburg Tip Top Mrs Lydia A Jolly returned Satur day from Mt Vernon where she has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Williams Mr and Mrs R BHayee and baby of Hodgenville are guests at Oakland this week R B McGlothlan lift last week for Monticello on a business trip Mr and Mrs H H Kemper and Mrs Julia Clarkson spent Sunday at bitsMr Charlie Bowman has moved his family from Hardinsburg and will occupy rooms with Mr Tom Thomas on Railroad Street Mrs Junious Foote spent last week near Guston visiting her parents Mrs J B Biggs and daughter Miss Essie Biggs are expected home this week from Evansville Mr and Mrs James Smith arrived Wednesday from Medford Oklahoma The have moved back to Old Kentucky to live and says she is good enough from them Rev T H Farrington has resigned the pastorate of the Irvington Baptist church Rev and Mrs Farrington will leave immediately for Portsmouth Vn where he has accepted a call The Rev B F Shaffer of Owens boro will give a Temperance Lecture at the Irvington Baptist church on Wednesday evening July 29 Everybody cordially invited to come Mrs Con Bland has arrived from Carlisle Ind for an indifinite visit to her parents Mr and Mrs v ockard Mrs G F Marshall and grand daughter Ruth Marshall are spending several days at White Mills Miss Pooll is visiting her aunt Mrs Eskridge at Hardinsburg- The Irvington Base Ball Team will give a Lawn Fete in the beautiful lawn of Dr L B Moreman on the evening of July 30th Come and enjoy your selfMiss Annie Lee Bandy left Friday for Louisville to visit the Misses Claycorab Miss Lelia Tydings left for her home in Louisville Friday Mr Lawrence Kirtley spent Sunday inBrandenburgMiss Still and Mr Walter Walls were quietly married by the Rev B F Wilson on last Thursday They left immediately for their future home in Hardinsburg Mrs Addie Brown left last week McQuadyMrs Harman of Hardinsburg came last week to be the guest of Mrs Frank Waggoner A Millionaires Baby attended by the highest priced baby specialist could not be cured of stomach or bowel trouble any quicker or surer than your baby if you give it McGees Baby Elixir Cures diarrhoea dysentery and all derangements of the stomach or bowels Price 25 cents and 50 cents Sold by A R Fisher Mr Ben Schacklett Dead Black Jack July 2H Special Several from here attended the funeral of Mr Ben Schacklett at Ekron las Thursday who died at his home iii Ekrou Wednesday morning He leaves a wife and two sons Dr J P Schacklett and Aldridge he iis a brothel of the Rev Schacklett and J H Schacklett The remains were interred in the Buck Grove cemetery after the funeral cc- 1f JUST BEFORE THE FAIR Baseball Picnic Fair Fine Horses Pretty Girls And Good Things to Eat Topics Discussed at Hardinsburg I never heard so much to talk about in all my life said a pretty visitor at the county capital last week Everybody is talking about thttplcnic Sat urday They say it will be the greatest celebration that has ever been given in any part of Kentucky The Masons 1908 motto Bigger and better than ever before is being carried out in the preparations to the letter One hardly gets to finish about the picnic until some baseball fan speaks I up and tells about the excellent man agement the Harditisburg ball teams haveHer big blue eyes sparkled like sap phires when she was asked how was the Fair coming It looks like a Fair ground sure enough They are nxing up things dandy out there Mr Beard says thy will have the best show horses that will be seen in the state this year Oh I cant wait until the third day of September I am making a white coat suit to wear and hope I can get it to fit right cause they are expecting such a big crowd When a representative of the News left the fair young girl she was stilt gabbling away about the Fair SUMMER SOCIETYI Miss Ida White was the hostess at a beautiful party given at the horse of Mr and Mrs A R Fisher Thursday evening The house looked very invit ing and Miss Georgia White assisted most graciously in entertaining An Art Class afforded those present much pleasure and after it was over delicious ices and carps were served The guests included the members of the Methodist church choir and a few friends who were Misses JosieRaitt Georgia Wkftft Eva and Eliza May Margaret Burn Mr and Mrs A H Murray Mr Jolla Burn Dr A A Simons and Mr Law rence Murray- o o a- In honor of her guest Miss Marta Bowmer of Cloverport Miss Jane Todd entertained at 0 oclock dinner Thurs day evening at her home on East Fifth street Owansboro Inquirer 000Thirtyone children had a glorious time lost Tuesday when they were ea tertained at an all day picnic given under the management of Mrs Robert Pierce who is one of the most enthusi astic and untiring workers for children and Foreign Missions in Cloverport Every year Mrs Pierce gives an annual outing to the members and friends of the Clover Blossoms and Mispah societies and the one last week was the best ever given The jolly crowd of young folks were chaperoned to Skillmans grove by Mefidames Geo Chris James Stiff B M Currie Tony Nichols Misses Lizzie Skillman Georgia White and Miss Eu dailey Mrs White and Mrs Pierce JuLt before a sumptuous dinner was served a free will offering amounting to over 510 was taken for the Missionary cause 000M- iss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough is hostess to a happy party of young people this week Miss Ann Eliza Robertson of Elizabethtown and Miss Jessie Jolly of Owensboro are the ladies and Mr John Helm of Elizabeth town Mr Robert E Moorman find Judge Moorman the men They wilt drive to Tar Springs today and spend the night returning by way of Clover port and Hardinsburg tomorrow The Democrat The members of Miss Greens house party were in this city Thursday for a short visit to Miss Ray Heyser 000Mrs L T Reid has awakened the spirit of swimming among the residents of the West End and during the last two weeks quite a number have enjoyed the sport in the Ohio at the levee in front of the Reid home If the weather becomes warmer a bathing party will take barstmarIried people who have been going in the river with Mrs Reid and her party are Mr and Mrs Loenard Oelze Mr and Mrs Fort Mr and Mrs John Lawson and Mrs Marion Weatherholt Fred May was In Evansville Saturday on business n AI fl I iL sa a I A i i 1 J I i i i VV IlLlf I i i I th 1 I to 1 I 1 I i 4 +I J = r 1 f t I 1i f j JI I tl = VM l I wI1 r 1908 FIFTH ANNUAL 1908 Masonic CeIebratii AND PICNIC HHARDINSBUROKYII A aA AAAtLAA AA a aa a A w wwwv IFII Iifvw w tww w nWW7iC 61 RLiN w tw 1rJfMMtAfJt ww w A 1 s e it J 1 M It iJi t B rao vf JWW b RIIrJH i 1i FStiI r TRFJLReunion of the Vetrans of all Wars All Soldiers are invited to take part in this Reunion Prepare now to come 1000 Soldiers expected HARDINSBURGS FINE MiliTARY SAND WILL FURNISH THE MUSIC MerrygoRoundFor X200 in Prizes Given Away 50 Graphophone Given by the Management BABY SHOW 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 Gus hellman 1 doz photographs to ugliest man on grounds JJCody BEST RIFLE SHOT 1 box fine cigars given by E T Guthrie OLDEST CONFEDERATE SOLDIER on ground 5 years subscription to Breckinridge Democrat OLDEST UNION SOLDIER on ground 5 years subscrip tion to Breckinridge News Plenty of Seats for Everybody For Particulars see or write I MASONIC COMMITTEE I Reduced Rates Round Trip Rate Round Trip Rate Louisville 200 Sample 100 Womt Point 100 Stopliensport 100 Howard 100 Addison 100 Bnrtels 100 Holt 100 Rock Huron 100 Cloverport 100 Long Branch- Brandenburg 100 Skillman 110 100 Hawosvillo 125 EkronGuston 100 Petrie 135 15QIrvington150YchsterAVaitmanMaceo 175MysticBranch Line Points Round Trip Rate Round Trip Rate 60Falls50Mitchell35Onks30Askins20Vlln35RonkTrain Schedule- A special train will leave Fordsvillo at G30 a m and arrive at llardinsburg at 815 a in A special train will leave Irvington at 1015 a m specialtrnin mainlineHardinsburgagentPassengersto Irvington will use train No 112 in connection with train No3- Passenols from Louisville to Irvington will truinIrvington r M 1 5 cash II I Barbecued DinnerFor 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 500 saddle given by Ha wells Special Rates and Trains on Railroads I Ice Water in Abundance FREE I Something Doing all the Time Something Especially for the Farmers byU givenHorseSecond Best Horse Colt 5 cash L s u u 1 tp U i i i I TI 4 w 1 4r- dd L ii r ll itiI I 1t t i I QI Reduced Rates to Hardinsburg KyI1I Via The Henderson Route account o- fMasonicThe Picric Saturday Aug 1 1908 For the above occasion the Henderson Route offersII f the following round trip fares to Hardinsburg Cloverport 100 Webster 80 Hawtsville 125 Irvington 75 Addison 100 Guston 50 Stephensport 100 Brandenburg J100 OSiySpednl train wi1l1leive Irvington at 1000 a m arriving at Hardinsburg at 1050 a m returning leaves Hardinsburg at 4 p m For full information regarding connection at main line trains ASK THE AGENT LoJ IRWINy G P A Q Q i Statement of Conditioh of The 1 I Two States Bank I 100811I63W1JCash in other Banks 4962 74 W1J Banking House and Lot 502 89 Furniture and Fixtures 1557 12 Mi 11 Current Expenses Last Six Months 959 53 ITotal 90323 721 Stock15OOOSurplus Undivided 09 Deposi 71351451 Totalu90323 I I We have passed the fifth milestone in our existence During that I I time we have grown from a small beginning to a large and prosperous business We have endeavored tokeep abreast of the times provid flM I WIling lor our depositors every safeguard known to their protection and I 1proofI more than any other bank in Breckenridge county pays We believe in paying our patrons all we can for the use of their ffMW1Jopportunity to our customers whose patronage has helped I make this the largest and best Respectfully statement Our five years of toI IJNOS ADAIR Cashier Im Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees 3 If you do you may just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking Wt recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in priceIDo You Want to Sell yOiir farm or business If you want caulfi trproporty f find price and description at once let us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purppse of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick salts D Babbage venupWeUt1750 15 acres on Hurdlnsburg and JUliefroma good blc burn SO acres In oak and beech timber Tho oak timber Is good Up timber Beech never been worked Timber can be hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable fur tobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments Ftiu SALK A splendid stand for a druggist and physician in a good town surrounded y good prosperous armors This Is just the pluce for some young physician to step Into u good practice und a good drug business An dId established physICIan wants to retire Is the reason for soiling iKor further partic ulars address JNO 1 BAUHAOH Oloyer port Ky CIO trn 352 acres on llardiosburK and POVOU yuiu of SInking road 2 maps onostorydwblacksmith slop nil necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 22 acres in timber whlto oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size of good water tho your round Onotlilrd cash apd good easy terms on balance oon CAnn 75 acres situated 1H miles from JUUU nolt Joins aiiboPlerco Ridge laud in good shape Rood fenclug one good dwel UUK house 3 rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn 3048 feet neverfalling sprluK two ponds This Is good tobacco wheat and corn land iO acres In timber wite ouk sugar tree and liecch balanco cleared Plenty of good fruit Good road t Stephensport BM miles and good road to llol iu wiles This farm Is not worn out it is Rood land and in good fix Just the farm for a man with u small family 0 Just Exactly Right I I have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for several yearsnnd find them just ejcactly right sas Mr AA Felton of Harrisville N Y New Life Pills re hove without the least discomfort Best remedy for constipation bill lousness and jnalafU 25c at Severs drug store Capital 00 Fund 777 18 Profits 31gS flM Amount Due tors 72 thank in find for and Jno 1Jonty 800 ClovorportDlldClovorport und HardlnsburR turnpike Im provemonts 0room dwelling barn SSxJ fuel orchard50011oarIng1 acresinrrLltSbalanceGJII1mestolloI wheat Woll located for market One third cash balance on easy terms 850 72 acre form 44 miles from Clo JlowlhigI smalldwollingshouse und corn crIb One good cistern ad suphurspringwoods T aorob In orchard Uaisod 80000 pounds of tobuccoln 1BOQ sold it at SSeS and r2 On six acres of tho wood lund there art farmforuncuttlmbor IhlJiIssmall farm FallSALEA farm containing KOacresnitd OveL611 store room over it1 two good stock burn peachtroosJ j all kinds of small fruits including a nice vlnyard of choicest grapes 800 acres feared balance In woods 1J5 acre In grass severs I groves of black locust sufficient fpr iposts to wire the whole farm in It lies near Bkroii on L H St L It It price la 15000 on lung und easy payments Steamer Gazelle and Excursion barge Blanche are open for engagements Phone or address W D Crnmtuond Hawesville Ky v Value of Thorough Road Work Though it rains there nine months In the year British Guianas roads have been so well built that a muddy one seldom if ever Is found VALUE Of GOOD ROADS I Dusty Highways Mean Disease Says Government Expert VALUE OF IMPROVING THEM Where Thoroughfares Are Good Chil dren Are Clean and Well Cared For and Vice Versa How California Learned sn Economic Lesson I have noticed wherever I see bad roads I invariably see neglected un kempt unwashed children If I travel along a good road I see children well cared for I do not say that one dlI rectly follows tho other but they undoubtedly go together A community that is negligent of Its roads will 1 he negligent of Its children and a con munity that is negligent of Its children will not produce good citizens nor above all things will It have a high standard of public health This observation oh cause and effect was made by Dr Allcrton S Ciislmwn assistant director of the olllco of pub- lIc roads of the United States depart ment of agriculture at n meeting of tho American Public Health associa Hon Dr Cushman was asked to Justify the statement It is I think JU8t1ftlCll by n day spent In an any country section said he and Instating as I do on the condition I think It has a hearing on the question so frequently asked by unthinking Americans What possible relation can there IM between the public road and public health If the medical men of the world know what they are talking about the relation Is Intimate Dirt and dust mean disease Cleanliness and sanitary surroundings work for a better citizenship The relation of science to man dune things is evident If one will use even a percentage of the powers of deduction which Conan Doyle gave to Sherlock Holmes Science holds In her archives a delightful little story which well Illustrates my purpose It Is re hated that at one time the flavor of the famous Staffordshire cheese had departed and a splendid industry was endangered Sir John Lubbock time great naturalist made n prolonged in vestigation and finally reported to the farmers that In his Judgment the best restorative measure possible would be to Import a great number of cats and set them free In Staffordshire Naturally the unbelieving scoffed at the proposed antidote for they deemed the suggestion ridiculous They asked n reason for so extraordinary a pre scription The peculiar flavor of the Stafford shire cheese comes from a hybrid clover which formerly grew hero in great abundance said Sir John The bum blebee is the one moans of cross ferti lizing that clover the field mice have Increased very rapidly in numbers of late and they are destroying the nests of the bumblebees If you can destroy tho mice the bees con work on that clover and Staffordshire Cheese will soon be as good as ever Get cats therefore tI dont vouch for tho story con tinued Dr Cushman but I indorse it for its power of illustrating tho deli cate equilibrium which under our com plex civilization exists between tho public health and public utilities No body will deny that tho 2150000 miles of public roads of America constitute the national dust factory and furnish fully 00 per cent pf tho lust we inhale Time delicate breathing appara tus of tho human body was never meant to harbor such substances as every passing breeze blows from the thoroughfares and tho percentage of people dying from disease carried by dust is higher than is generally believed When tho public will concede that to bo a fact the director of public roads and the state and county road builders and overseers will got a great or degree of popular support than they now receive Tho American finds dusty roads a menace only when It is brought homo to him that they cost him money That was demonstrated to tho orange growers of California a few years ago when dust covered fruit no longer commanded so high a price as when free from dust Tho result was an aroused interest In road im provement apd in dust suppression Appeals on the score of cleanliness and good health never stirred the Callfor j mans but a slump in the price of oranges brought about n wonderful era of activity The outcome was j gratifying and California soon had dustless oiled rpads In that state the oils possess a higher asphaltum base than the oils of any other section of the world and when they lireII spread on the roads the volatlfb tion of tile oil evaporates and tho as plmltum remains as a binder The almost immediate success of this plan attracted tho attention of highway engineers throughout the world In France and some of our eastern states it was at once assumed that oiling was the best road treatment and that the longed for solution of the dust nuisance problem had been found This lets not been proved to be the ease berne e In many localities the I only oil available possesses a petroleum rather than an asphaltum base It has bdon found that when the vola tile pardon evaporates the oil left be hind jJQComes greasy and similar inconsistency to vnaoline Such quality of oil docs not adhere and bind the road but Is picked up and scattered by passing traffic If then as the doctors say dust means dirt dirt means disease and disease means death dusty roads have no place in our national economics GOOD ROAD SUGGESTION Why County Fairs Offer Good Open ings For Starting Reform One of the most practical suggos tions yet offered for the creation of sentiment for good roads Is that put forward as follows In the Metropolitan Magazine The county fair offers a peculiarly good opening for starting reform Here are gathered tho brain and sinew of the community Intent It Is true onI diversion anti recreation but equally alive to the material benefits to bo do rived froth tho numerous meetings where a free interchange of Ideas is Insured Secure some good speakers make It known by circular or through the columns of tho county and town papers that the good rood problem at the next county fair is to be discussed by local talent and by men trained In the actual Held work of this Impor tant business There will be no dun culty in securing interested audiences mind It will be the exception If results are not manifested either in the change of feeling or in time organiza tion of a reform movement Meetings of hoards of trade granges both state and local educational conventions chambers of commerce and such tune lions are also good starting points for cffcctivp work in the good roads movement Public spirited thinkers whose minds can transcend the needs of the immediate present says the Atlanta Constitution are Impressed with the wisdom of pushing the prls agauda for good roads side by side with that for better transportation facilities by rail or water What will It avail to double track trunk systems and construct more In dividual lines and deepen navigable rivers if we make access to them along the country roads dltllcnlt slow and expensive The county fair is an established institution in Georgia in as great a degree as the other popular meetings to which reference is made in the foregoing excerpt It the importance of good roads Is made a topic of discussion at such gatherings And at such state wide as semblages as that comprised In the Atlanta interstate fair the l11btan tint progress legitimately expected hardly lends itself to computation Heat prostrates the nerves In this summer ont needs n tonic to offset the customary hot weather Nerve lId Strength depression You will feel1 better within 48 hour after beginning to take such a remedy MS Dr Shoops Restorative Its prompt action in restoring the weakened nerves Iis surpris ing Of cons you wont get tntiiely strong in a few days but each day you can actually feel the improvement That tired lifeless spiritless feeling will quickly dapait when using the Restora tive Dr Shoops Restorative will sharpen n failing appetite it aids diges tion it will 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 Dealeis Bevtare of Narrow Tires Where tho soil is stiff or loamy It pays to use the split log road drag after it rains and before tho ground dries hard Ninetenths of tho country roads could be made into splendid thoroughfares by the proper persistent use of the road drag and wldo tires Wide tires alone will keep a loamy road in fairly good condition with Just one scraping in tho spring to round tip tho turnpike Sandy roads are a much more serious problem but sometimes a surface of clay will soon mix with the sand to form a hard truck and wide tires will keep it hard and smooth so tho rainwater will run off quickly to time sides but narrow tires will ruin such a road surface quickly by cutting ruts to hold water It would be dim cult to invent a worse Implement of destruction especially on roads that are inclined to bo sandy Women loves a clear rosy complex ion Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood clears the skin restores ruddy sound health DoYOURCHILDRENASK QUESTIONSOf of learning and it is your duty to answer You may need a dictionary to aid you It wont answer every question but thoro aro thousands to which it will give you true clear and definite answers not about words only but about things tho sun men machinery places stories and tho like Then too tho children can find their own answers Some of our groateat men have ascribed their power to study of the dictionary- Of course you want the best dic tionary Tho most critical prefer the New and Enlarged Edition of WEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL I DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE HIGHEST AWARD for which was given at the Worlds Fair St Louis I VCBSTEm llYTEKNADONAlwcnoNAKry Ifyou pace any questions about it write v- sGCMERRIAMCO PUBLISHEHS SPRINGFIELD MASC PREVENTIVE OF DUCT Calcium Chloride Tried on a Road In Was1I ton Ofllciuli d1 f tlIi ulturalI departt uncut hire mule txiniiiients yitij th use of fa It lUll hlurule as a dust p ti ventlve Iud the tests were aclwith great success A stretch of road in HIP dty of Yasliliigtmi wai fieri ed for the trial and in preparation for the treatment all dust and dirt were scraped from the surface of the road way A solution was prepared by mix Ing 300 pounds of commercial calcium chloride granular containing To per cent calcium chloride and 25 per rent moisture with 300 gallons of water in an ordinary street sprinkler curl being taken to agitate the liquid thor oughly before applying It to Insure a uniform solution It was then applied from one sprinkling head the sprin kler passing slowly back and forth over the road to facilitate the com plate absorption of the solution Each application consisted of 000 gallons over an area of 1582 square yards or 0S gallons per square yard A marked improvement in the condi thou of the road was noted at once and after the second treatment It was necessary to repeat the operation only at Isolated spots The use of the wa ter wagon vhlch had before made regular trips over the road was aban doned as unnecessary The texture of the road surface was completely changed after the application of the calcium chloride Before treatment raveling was excessive In spots and the whole surface seemed loosely knit together After the second application this condition changed and the road surface became smooth compact and resilient Henderson Route Notes Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L E St L Cloverport to Atlantic City and return July 30 Auf 0 AUK 13 good to return 15 days from date of ale Old Point Comfort i nd return from Cloverport 11530J Ticket to bt sold July 15 and AUf I good to return within 15 days including date of sale National Convention Prohibition Party Columbus O Reduced rates Columbus and return Irons Cloverport account above occasion Tickets to be sold July 10 11 12 13 and 14 good returning July 14 155 from Cloverport to Owensboro and return on account of Seven Hills Chautauqua Dates of saleI July 3031 and Aug 1 to 14 inclusive Good to return Aug 16 155 Cloverport to Owensboro and return on account of Reunion ot Kentucky Hridgade of Confederate veterans Dates of sale1 July 29 30 and good to return Aug 3 Reduced rata from Cloverport to St Louis and return on account of Knights of Columbus National Convention Dates of sale Aug 1 2 3 and good to return Aug 16 Masonic Celebration Hardinsburg 100 round trip Clorerport to Har dinsburg and return Aug 1 limited to r turn same day Tickets to be sold for train leaving Cloverport J1104 a m Special Tourist Pares OldPouit Comfort and Norfolk Re duced faros from Cloverport July 23 30 Aug 6 1320 27 Stpt 3 10 17 24 Return limit 40 days from date of sale Dust Layer Water gas tar makes n satisfactory dust Inyor when used in moderate quantities on roads already in fairly good comliflon It can bo applied to good advantage with an ordlunry sprin kling cart- Tortouring eczema spreads its burn ing area every day DOAns Ointment quickly stops its spreading instantly relieveslhe itching ucres it permanent ly At any drug store L II ST L TIME TABLE BAST HOUND No 116 Dally Kant Train leares Clovernort 537 AM stops at Irvlngtcn and west PoInt only arrival LoulHvllle725 M No i UaUy Mall aca txurths leaves Cli arrives 1004 A M stops at all way stations Louisville 1245 p m Train No 114 Dully tart mall leaves Cio vorport 4frft p m stops at all way stations east of Olovorport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 786 u m Train Np148 Ually Olorerport accommo dation arrives Oloverport 810 u in WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Bvansvllle coacmwodat Ion leavesClov rK3rt 00 a m stops at all wayI HtHiloim yrrive6Itvansvilln900ttm expressloaves14wesvllle Lewlnport Magee Owensboro Hnley Spotuvlllr hoods Henderson and Evannvlllo arrives St LoBis7i90p m Truln No IKS Mall and Kxpres dally arrives Cloverport 740 p moo Kvarmvllle lOrSO p UI ritopg at all Muttonsl Mo llicmily It Ioul taut train lea vw Clo ferporr lIVtltrI arrives Evan vllU l35 A M St 11 stops at lIawlWvllle Owerstsrland HtMiuerNon nlv Chalr ears on Irulns HI 112 113 111 between Loulhvlllp und RvansvlHe TliroiiKh sleeping Citrs s mid tree reclining chaIr ears on ttlnl1lI nnr tl between Louisville Evunsvllle lI1d St Louts Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND TraIn No 2 daily except ooInday tea yes Iforusvlllo 600 Ti Arrives Irvington 040 am Train No 4 Dally except Sunday loaves Kordsvtllw 330 p m1 arrives Irvington 530 pwTrain No6 Sunday only Fordbvillo700a Irvlueton835aWEST BOUND Train No5 Dully except Sunday leaves Irvington 1110 am arrives Fordsville 855 pmTrain 705pin KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR 1fooODSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOR OR MONEY REFUNDED Rural Carriers and Roads It Is only right that the postal au thorities doinaiiil goad ronds over which the rural routes have to travel The people owe It to themselves to build the roads anyway says the Boll var Herald Irl fanner would figure the time paved to him by having the mall brought to his door he could well afford to build and maintain a good gravel1 road over every mile of the route Did you ever stop to cal culate how much you save In time and money each year by the ruralI routes Besides these think of the convenience maul satisfaction derived from them The E 3 1 LouisvilleTimes is the livest afternoon paper published anywhere It punts the news right up to the min ute Four or more editions every day The rngulurJ price of The Times is Sfi a year but you can iret the Breekenridge News AND THE- LoHisville lilies otli One c e f For 500S If you will send your order to this paper NOT to The Times r 7 1STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern method Fit guaranteed Mod erute prices Ex pet tailors employ I ed J H HUNSCHE CasperMav SsCoCan eltonlnd tt00+ L JH Dell HOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY theCourttI t er Spiolii ulirntlon nlviii ic rut ectlonroad cases and criminal practice License to CJunJftlltIJ1 H IF it is the surest and safest place you want to have your watchrepaired go t- oT0 C LEWIS he knows how and does as he knows He has one of the finest collections of beautiful uptodateJEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Como he is glad to welcome you find give you satisfaction T C Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg1 Kyr i I I T C 4- f J 41 t I I I f 1w I H 4JLM1I tgiijiiiiili n nun fTirr ifi iirni rte r ff- y it r r lit f ii1 V rt r t- t t1I 1 A- ii t- I vc it PW + fJ1 l hJ W j X V 4 Jilx of i 1 f j j THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO iiIssuedEvery Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JULY 29 1908 THE FARMERS MEETING The tobacco growers of Breckenridgo county will have a very important meeting in which every tobacco grower should be deoply interested It is to organize and discuss the best way of disposing of the crop of tobacco Every grower should be present to help adopt some plan that will bring the best results and the best prices There is no question but what this can be done to tho satisfaction of both seller and buyer Breckenridge county stands at the head of the list of all counties in the state for conservatism prosperity and law and order This has been brought about by conservative action on the part of all good citizens working and conferring together Let us keep the good work up and keep our good name The News urges every farmer to be present at the meeting on MondayAugust 10 and help bring about the desiredresults Talk about your dinners and good things to ont the Long Lick folks tatto the honors ylThat a sumptuous dinner that was last Saturday Tho Democratic Committee of the Ninth Judicial District mot at Elizabethtown last weak and called a primary oloetion for Novom bor 14 to select candidates for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney A petition was being circulated at the Long Lick picnic calling on Judge James Wortham of Leitchfiold to make the race for Cir cult Judge There is no better material in the district The News would like to see him on the bench C Vic Robertson President and Jesse M Howard Director of tho Ilardisburg Fair start out this week to make the rounds of soy oral county Fairs to see and learn how they do things They want to brin atrhomo A very commendable idea Judge Hflnry Dellaven Moorman has withdrawn from the race for Commonwealths Attorney This was a surprise to many of his friends who felt a sincere desire to see him win the race niter takings bold decided stand for the non use of whiskey and money in elections It is to be hoped that his competitor Mr Layman who looms to have a clear field now will take tho same rightious stand in his race The News trusts better things are in store for the young Judge He hAs plenty of time and talent if he will just got right down to business put in his days in good study and preparation a bright future can be assured him HARDINSBURG DEFEATS RIIODEL1A NINE The Hardineburg Regulars had no trouble in taking both games from Rho deUa last Friday and Saturday The score Friday was 15 to 5 and on Sat urday it was 9 to 4 When the baby is cross and has you worried and worn out you will find that a little Cascasweet the well known remedy for babies and children will quiet the little one in a short time The ingredients are printed plainly on the bottle Contains no opiates Sold by all Druggists Irvington Victorious The Irviugton boys defeated the Ekron boys on their grounds Saturday by a score of 12 to 9 Both terns played good ball but on account of the rough ground the score highI boys will play the Irving ton boys on their home ground on next Wednesday which will show the two best out of three Miss Donald Murray of Louisville is expected tonight to be the guest of Miss Jennie Mnbel Harris DONT EXPERIMENT 4 You Will Make No Mistake If You Follow This Cloverport Citizens Advice Never neglect your kidneys v If you have pain in the back urinary disorders dizziness and nervousness its time to act and no time to experiment These are all symptoms of kidney trou ble and you should seek a remedy which is known to cure the kidneys Dorms Kidney Pills is the remedy to use No need to experiment It has cured many stubborn cases in Clover portJ H Wills Judge of Police Court living on High St Cloverport Ky says I have no hesitancy in pro nouncing Doans Kidney Pills the best remedy I have ever known and I take pleasure in recommending this sterling remedy to other persons suffering front disordered kidneys It will be a pleasure for me to answer any questions about Doans Kidney Pills at any time I procured them at Fishers drug store For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Bnffalo New York sole aeents for the United StatesRemember the namo Doanu and take no other Guests At Tar Springs Mr and Mrs Hidgou Owensboro Miss Obrien and Mrs Steven Mrs Vaughan Utica Mrs Boone Sutherl and Mrs Taylor Made Mrs Bright Miss Gibson Mrs Hooker Morehouse MoIIerinnn Wllou St Louis Mrs ShrouM Mrs Sisaall and family Kno ttsville and M Vaudtrniare of Owtntboro State Of Ohio City Of Toledo Lu as CountySS Frank J Cheney makes oath that he Is Bnior partner of the firm of K J Cheney ft CO doing busing to the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said arm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDKHD DOrLKKSfor each arid every cine of Oaturrh that cannot be cured by the uso of Halls Catarrh Cure PRANK CH ENKY Sworn to before me and subscribed In mj presence this Ith day of December A D ISle cbeal A W GLKASON Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free 111 CHENEY h CO Toledo OISold by all Druggists Te Take Halls Family iHllstfor constipation J D BabbKgt Jr of Cloverport was iu town Tuesday Mr Babbage is a traveling representative of the American Type Founders Lo the largest concern of the kind in the world and is a splendid young man of most exoellent qualities Hancock Clarion School Opens at Hickory Lick School has opened and has an average attendance of 17 pupils Miss Lissa Mattingly is the teacher and a splendid term of work is anticipated Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc yearPostabout 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 JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky IHARDINSbURG Miss Robertson of Elizabethtowu was the guest of Miss Frances Smith several days last week Mrs Clarence Hodge and son of Johnson City Teun are visiting Mr and Mrs Milton Board Miss Lydia Macy of Garfield was the guest of Mrs Paul Compton last week Miss Maggie Baker of Centertown after a pleasant visit to friends left for Barboursville West Virginia to visit her sister Mrs Roscoe Severs The merrygoround is attracting the children It is located on Mrs Reeves lotDr W A Walker and family are visiting at Bewl yvillo this week R M Bashani Arthur Ater Miss Cora McCoy anA Miss Nellie Thomas of Iansas made firstclass csrtiflcates at the recent examination six made second class two made third and fifteen failedGodfrey Haswell returned Sunday from a two weeks visit at Stephenspoit Arthur and Vivian Haswell of this town and L D Fox of Stepheusport fished with Mr Haswell and they caught 200 pounds of fish Mrs Haswell remains in Htephensport visiting her parents Mr and Mrs George McCubbins Notices of appointment as election officers have been sent to the 240 men who will conduct the elections in the SO subschool districts of the county next I Saturday I The Lemon Squeeze given Friday night by the Ladies Aid at the home of Mr and Mrs G D Shelluian was a social and financial success Commonwealths attorney J R Lay man of Elizaoethtown spent Sunday in town Mr Layman attended the picnic at Long Lick Saturday Isis dinner ticket had one of the three lucky members and drew for our handsome official an elegant watch fob Mr Layman is a lucky individual drawing friends and prizes with equnlease Mr and Mrs Johnnie Stith went to Custer Saturday for a brief visit to Mr and Mrs Penick Lewis Kincheloe was the guests of friends at Falls of Rough Sunday Good rains Friday and Sunday have put a cheerful smile upon the face of every farmer Luke B Reeves has purchased of Clayton Beatd an addition to his lot on Main street Mrs Lecy and children of Pembroke Ky are visiting at the home of her bro ther Rev E B English I The Breckinndge Colored Institute was held here last week with twelve teachers in attendance S M Van Cleve of the Colored State Normal at Frankfort was the instruetorIH H Lewis cashier of tho Center owo Bank was the guest of friends in town Sunday Miss Susette Sawyer of Cloverport is the guest of Mr and Mrs Alfred Heston Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough and her guest Miss Jessie Jolly of Owensboro were the guest of Mrs Morris Hoard Saturday Mrs Harvey English of Ammons is visiting Rev and MrsEnglishi Finley Miller visited at McDaniels SundayAn will be held in the County Superintendents office on August 1C to determine appointees to the St te Normas st Bowling Green unless the applicants for the places all already hold certificatas or diplomas Those wishing the appointment will at once make ap plication to superintendent Pile GLENDEANE- Miss Lillian Bolton has returned to Louisville after a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs J C Bolton Willis and Randolph Deane of Ow ensboro are visiting Mrs Mary Deane Miss Annie OReilly who has beer visiting Miss Maud Smith has returned to her home in Hardinshurg Miss Minnie Wilkerson of Louisville is visiting Mrs Cicero Fentrise Mrs Mary Ford tins returned home after a several weeks visit to relatives near Bowling Green Miss Louise Moorman delightfully en tertained in honor of Miss Mollie aud Jenny Moorman Monday evening W R Mooiman and W W Lewis aud Melvin were called to Owensboio Sunday night to attend the funeral of Judge W T Owen Chas Moorman and son of Branden burg werethe guests of R H Moorman SundayTom Moore was in town Sunday- D C Moorman went to Owensboro SundayMrs Sallie Moorman of Lovisvillc is the guest of Mrs W R Moorman Miss Ednoh Mattingly was very ill last week but is better at this writing Miss Sadie Eskridge who has been ill is convalescent Knott Hardin In Town A farmer who very seldom cpmes to town is the Hon Knott Hardin Ho has been quite busy during the last two weeks on account of the big haryosting on his farm His crop yielded fifteen bushels to the acre and ho is not a bit stuck up over his 600 bushels of fine wheat Mr Hardin is an excellent far mer but has two decided faults in the judgement of newspaper folks Ho does not like to see his name in print and pays no mind to town maidsbwho i now how to plow corn and dig potatoes It has been observed that they who post loudly clamor for liberty do not most liberally grant ItSam Johnson DeWitts Little Early Risers safe easy pleasant sure little liver pills Sold by all Druggists Tnft Notification Day Demonstration Cincinnati 760 round trip from Cloverport Evening trains July 26 all trains July 27 and early trains July 28 ood re turning July 29 Excursion Fares To Niagra Falls And Return 15 round trip from Cfoverport July 29 Aug 4 Aug 15 Ask agent for further information Does your back ache Do you have sharp pains In the side and the small of the back This is due usually to kid ney trouble Take DeWitt s Kidney and Bladder Pills They will promptly relieve weak back backache rheumatic pains and all Kidney and Bladder disorders Sold and recommended by all Druggists A SURGICAL t OPERATION If there is any one thing that a woman dreads more than another it is operationWe fear of a contradiction that there are hun dreds yes thousands of operations performed upon women in our hos pitals which are entirely unneces Any and many have been avoided by LYDIA E PINKHAMS VEGETABLE COMPOUND i For proof of this statement read the following letters I KingmanKansas f II For eight years I suffered from the most sevcre form of female troubles and was told that an operation was my only hope of recovery I wrote Mrs Pinkham for advice and took Lydia EPinkhams Vegetable Compound and it has saved my life and made me a well woman Mrs Arthur R House of Church Road Moorestown N J writes- II feel it is my duty to let people know what Lydia E Pmkhams Vege table Compound has done for me I suffered from female troubles and last March my physician decided that an operation was necessary My husbandI objected and urged me to try Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and today I am well and strong FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills and has positively cured thousands o women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulcera tion fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains and backache Mrs Pinldmm invites all sick women to write her for advice She has raided thousands to health Address Lynn Mass Mrs Crawford Dies Mrs Charles Crawford 3f West Point who was operated upon for gall stones died at the St Joseph hospital in Louisville Tuesday Mrs Crawford j was the wile of Mr Charle Crawford the field uperintendentof the Kentucky Heating Company She was formerly Miss Mary Bickerstaff arid was daugh ter of the late Andrew Bickerstaff of Brandenburg She is survived by her husband her mother a brother Mr James Bickerstnff of Meade county andI an adopted daughter Mrs L Gray The funeral was held yeterda at Brandenburg her old home Elizabeth town Mirror Starved to Death is what could truthfully be said of man children who die They have worms boor little thingsthey dont know it and you dont realize it If 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 I quickly it picks up Sod by A R Fisher OOOODDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDODDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDo D o OUR COUNTY 0- o 0 AT HARDINSBURG 8 D 0J SEPTEMBER 1 2 and 3 08 8A real Kentucky Fair Something to suit the taste of everybody A o display of Agricultural Products A Horse Show An Exhibition C 3 of Cattle Sheep Hogs armed Poultry A Running Race each day B 8A Trotting Race each day Floral Hall the Greatest irv the State = A REAL KENTUCKY FAIR gggBSL mmmm flflEEEflEEiJDLED7jmi mi m HI jBLJii yggggLgsBSgi=11 l m li n 2 u f r1- U i 4 t r fi 4 4- P il t i3 i A 2 Ir l U I iV i r v 3 V fS i if r = v yrf i v C WMj T i1DJ kk- I k- e IJ j f ft- tt A vIff N tfIt e- 4iIjj IJ r f 15he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 29 1908 Announcement- Wo are authorized to announce the HON BEN JOHNSON us a candidate for reelec tlon to Congress eubojet to the action of the Democratic party and voters generally For Commonwealths Attorney JudgBenryu Commonwealths Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party PERSONAL t AND LOCAL Try the News for three months at 260 Marion Weatherholt went to Louis ville Monday All news items telephoned to the News office are appreciated Mrs Nelse Quiggins went to McDon els Friday to visit her father Miss Lucy Adams got her arra injured but not seriously last Tuesday Miss Lula Severs is the guest of Mrs John Kincheloe at Hardinsburg- The News is becoming more popular every week Dont miss a copy Mr apd Mrs Clinton Reid and child tfen went to Owensboro Saturday The B Y P U and 1pworth League will have a union meeting Sunday night Miss Irene McCoy of Corsi ana Tex is the guest of Miss Mamie DeHaven Arch Prizzell of Cannelton was the guest of Miss Esther Jackson Sunday Miss Iva McKibney of Morgadtowu has accepted a position in the News of ficeMiss Georgiii Purcell of Enid Okla is the attractive visitor of Mr and Mrs Toe Mullen The many friends of little Miss Jane Lamar Sawyer regret to hear that she has malaria fever Miss Lucy Adams and Fred Adams of Louisville are the guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry Mrs Wm Emery was called to Union town Saturday on account of the illness of her father Mr Grant Mrs Mary Oelze Mrs Harry Huh and daughters Julia and Mary and nursa have gone to Tar Springs Miss Pauline Moorman and Lonnie Keith of Elizabethtownare the guests of Mr and Mrs J E Keith Miss Mabel Holmes and Mr Wm Holmes of Evansville have been visit ing Mrs Lucy Rice at Pisgab LOST Saturday July 18 Black t coat on McGavock road Finder return to News office and receive rewaid Mr and Mrs Hardin Kinder nd children Roscoe Cora and Miss Mary Kinder spent Sunday at Skillman Miss Lucile Sterrett and Mr Dood Adair were here from Hawesvilli Inst Tuesday the guest of Mrs Bowmer Mrs Neil Burke and little daughters Sue and Bee of Owenshoro were the guests of Mrs John Burke last week Mrs Mollie J Hamblttou has re turned to Louisville after a six weeks visit to Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot- Dr J C Bush Dentist will be at Cloverport Monday and Tuesday of each week except week followi g4th Monday Mrs Fred Furrow and children Eliza beth and Marion Miss Maud Jasper and Miss Mary Merritt went to Addison Fri dayMisses Reba Lewis and Claudia Pate returned Fridav from Hawesville where they were the guests of Miss Mary Goer ingMrs Chas Crary and children James and Edith Virginia of Middleport Ohio are the guests of Mr and Mrs A H MurrayJohn Newman of Louisville was the guest of Miss Lucile Graham Sunday Miss Graham returns to the metropolis this week Mr and Mrs B F Allen of Louis ville and son of Brandenburg arrived here and are demociliug at the Clover port Hotel Mrs Eugene Haynes has gone to Sample to spend the summer Mrs Haynes will leave in the early fall for Durant Okla Mrs J H Travers of Lima Ohio has gone to Webster to visit after spend ing several days with Mrs Harris Mr Travers was here last week Mrs Harry Hills and daughters Mary and Julia ot Richmond are the guests of Mrs Mary Oelze Mrs Oelze is imp proving after a lengthy illness Misses Orbie and Lobie Rice of Ow ensboro who have been visiting Mr and Mrs Joe Mullen have gone to Tar I Fork to be the guest of their uncle Mr Owen Rie Mr J T Daniels came down from Cloverport Monday and went to Cham bers where he will pnint the residence and build a new veranda for Walter Brown Cfariou Mrs R E Moormen and Mrs John Kincheloe and Mr Morris Kincheloe were here Friday from Hardinsburg Mrs Moorman remained in the city for a visit of several days to relatives David May of Owensboro spent Sunday with bis parents Mr May was asked to siug in the Chautauqua Chorus On account tof the strain this work is to the voice he did not accept the Invi tation For Sale a Desirable Home Within ten minutes walk of Clover port in two tracts One tract of 40 acres nice comfortable cottage good as new with all necessary outbuildings and a nice fish pond located just above Tile plant on river and railroad Also 90 acres adjoining good black land part in timber and part in cultivation Wilt sell one or both placed This is a bar gain for some one For further infor mation apply to Mrs John F Morton Cloverport Ky FINE MONUMENTS J E Keith Son Furnish Import ed Granite From Different Places Mrs Louise Brown of Brandenburg was in Cloverport Saturday and bought of J E Keith and Son a Blue Pearl Granite family monument This monument was shipped from Aberdeen Scotland to this city 000- J E Keith and Son have erected a- very handsome family monument to the grave of Mr Ju T Skillman Messrs Keith had this monument made in Barre Vermont of the best Barre granite Summer complaints and other serious ailments common in hot weather can be traced to the stomach nine times out often Keep the stomach in good order right now by keeping a bottle of Kodol handy in the house all the time but especially during this month Take Idol whenever you feel that you need it That is the onl time that you need it then you will not be troubled with sour stomach belching gas on the stomach bloat ng dyspepsia and indigestion Sold by all Druggists Miss McGlothlan Returns After a two weeks outing in the camp bfMr H W Herndon at Grayson Springs Miss Eva McGlothlan has re turned to Irving ton Miss McGlothlan is one of Breckenridges most accomplished young girls She iilt assistant bookkeeper for McGlothlan Piggott and is also engaged in newspaper work being the efficient correspondent at Irvington for the News Lost 500 In the electrical storm Sunday morn ing two fine mules and a horse were killed on the farm of F Fraize The little attacks of stomach trouble and stomach disorders will undoubtedly lead to chronic dyspepsia unless you tare something far a sufficient time to strengthen the stomach and give it a chance to get well If you take Kodol in the beginning the had attacks of Dyspepsia will be avoided but if you allow these little attacks to go unheeded it will take Kodol a longer time to put your stomach ill condition again Get a bottle of Kodol today Sold by all Druggists No More Penny Work After August 1 all penny picture work at thoBrabandt Studio will be discon tinued Only cabinet and half size photographs will be made There are many imitations DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve but just one original Nothing else is just as good Insist on DeWitts It is cleansing cooling and soothing Sold by All Druggists Robert Ball Home Monday afternoon and evening Rbbt J Ball of Murfreesboro Penn was hero visiting friends Mr Ball is mak ing his annual visit to Hardinsburg and will be there until the first of August ooooo o ooo oooooooooo That hacking coughcontinues V Because your system is exhaustedand tOt your powers of resistance weakened 0Take Scoffs Emulsion 0 It builds up and strengthens your entire system It contains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites 0prepared diieltJALL u r I I Opening Week I CWith great pleasure Iannounce I to the public that my Mercantile fingf tThet f rounding towns throughout this and other counties are cordially welcomed f to view my stock which is complete in every detail Yours very truly B F ALLEN IiI r s trJllt geea00rrM AI IMy1 J7 M- It 10000PAID I Hills ATTRACTIONSS 8th Annual Assembly August 14 Greatest Chautnuqua South of the Ohio Under new manage ment Bigger and bettor than ever All it used to he and some more Educational I Entertaining Refreshing IIIITheI Henderson Route I Stepltensport11 90 Hawesville 1 i II80 Adair 10JJI I 55 Lewlsport on sale Uutil 30th to August Kth Return IITickets For further information ask the I L J IRWIN GP 4 JIitPP eo ICII I 41 Modern 7 WoodmanAT COUNTY FAI- RHenderson Ky o Wednesdy July 29 THE GREATEST DAY OF THE BIG FAIR The Local Camp Insures Every Visiting Woodman a Good Time Rate from Cloverport and Return 5275 EverybodyCome ICE CREAM SUPPER HITES RUN Baptist Church TONIGHTJuly Vegetable And Fruit Contest At The News Office A nice prize will be given to the per son who brings to the News office be tween now and next Wednesday the finest samples of fruits and vegetables Mrs John Babbage thinks she will get the prize for the tomatoes All persons whether or not sub scribers for the News are invited to enter this contest proIIgre Authorizes the followII CboroC IHolt Agent limitI Important MrJno W lord an expert repair man is I an addition to our jewelry department Bring your broken Patches and Jewelry to Severs Drug Co + =+ h II f Want- st I m + RENTA fur i lied room in a rest convenient to business part ot town and depot Apply at the News o III CI FOR SAL K PItJNTINO Presses and Cutting mnchinrc lot of Rood Laundry machines 01801lnoEnltlneslIIAHTIN LoulsvllloICv Fort KENTKlvcr bottom farm of 109 acre Molt Ky Pane land In good state of cultivation well watered and well Improved onlytor1 nah Hardin Holt Ky FoR SALESmall cottageeknown as tie nrocklnrtdgeBank The Remedy That Docs Dr Kings New Discovery is the remedy that does the henliug others promise but fail to perform says Mrs E R Pierson of Auburn Centre 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 a reasonable length of time will restore me to perfect health ItThi9 re nowned cough and cold remedy nnd throat and lung healer is sold at Severs drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Fine Meat Miller Meat Market is rapidly gaining patronage throughout the city for their meat is the best that can be bought QII 10 JlsIO Jill QomJill QaoJIQJ Specials This Week OMens Work Shirts 25e 0 Mens Overalls 25c O CombsO p n 100 yd Spool Silk 5c A Paper of Pins lcOButtons 2 doz for 5cEl ElPearl ShoeQQ nMens Oak Tan Bucklen n U Worth 200 For 150 U Biggest 10c Tinware asst you ever saw Good Bargains while they last Come and take them- o o J C NOLTE BRO CLOVERPORT KY QO II OCJJill QOOnl QOOJill OOJI OI1 n tI ri fI tt Ij Itmli I ljppl rti 1 I qIJJ im1 m r 1 DontForget IIF When n1 need Us fII IIFoundry 11achineII ttWe mtt carry a full line of 11 11bels Supplies Mill Supff plies The best Paints I Floor Finishes Oils Wastes Gasoline andII JJGive Us Your Order t 1111onflCloverportfl t b J t+ m dA I u Our Very Best I tfliofFlour If you havent it in the past usedInow The rich meltfnthe mouth bread made from Cadicks isIIDust Flour It pleases erybody and will please youSay Cadicks Gold Dust Ibefore saying Flour your grocer and you get toIin any quantity Grandview Indiana IDmJ iI- r BANK OF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 SafeSound and- Conservative Small accounts receive tho same careful attention as larger ones and we appreciate your business and in fluence Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVEPPORT KY H H CLOVERPORT PLANING ILLIIGREGORY CO Proprietors- Will i do Custom r We soil Flooring Plaster Hair Doors and olkttCan make plans pf give estimate of cost Our Material is the Best and Prices Low I t J Jn nn Ir 1 r Food LiwsIla- vo 0 I1I m never affected our drinks in anJywuY They wore pureY i before we had Pure Food LawsI1 Ir4 FOR SALE BY iI IJGlopS Sippel N H Quiggins W B Oolzc ii- fij m tiC T Hensol Irvington J Duggins Marred jIntijm tingly Bros Kirk N M Crows Co McQuady T GY w Morgan Co Stephonsport r Carr Bottling and Manufacturing Works Hawesville Kentucky i c c= c c 4lcl i J I t H 1 i W 4 t4 MFwYxYa x 1 Y J Uf ir3 f 1l I r f I j f- C i f I r rf t i j r CLEARED HIS CLIENT Episode In the Legal Career of Senator Stewart i HIS LAST CRIMINAL CASE The Trial Which Moved Him to De dare He Would Never Again Defend a Man Charged With Murder and Turned His Career Toward Politics Every true lawyer will be loyal to his client above all things said for mer Senator Stewart of Nevada 1 once beard that great lawyer Senator Davis of Minnesota any When a man places his life In my hands there IIs some danger that I may go to the pen itentiary but there IB no danger that he will hang Seiiatcr Davis meant to convey the Idea that he would resort to every conceivable means to save the life of any client who placed that life In his keeping That was the principle which eucom passed me when I was In crim- Inal practice Because I went to ex tremes in saving a man from the gal lows I quit criminal practice My last criminal case was a singular one I was practicing law In Ne vada and hail achieved quite a reputa tion as a criminal lawyer by reason of several almost phenomenal successes as luck would have It The rougher element sty nuK1 to have confidence In me and to fell safe In placing their interests In my charge Thus It hula pened that lien a man named Ellis was nrrwud for killing a man uamd OBrien on a mining claim a friend of Kills cume to me and paid me are tainer to defend Ellis I accepted the retainer without making any inquiries RE to details or particulars I was busy with other matters Just before the case came to trial I looked into It and found that the ana against Ellis was a strong one la tact I did not see how Ellis was toI have a ghost of a show for hIs life I could thud no plea on which to defend him The community was preju diced against him and some of my boat friends came to me and begged mo not to defend him But that made no difference to me I had accepted the retainer and I was Ellis lawyer It was my duty to save him if possi bla Consequently I told my friends that I was Ellis lawyer and that 1 Intended to clear him For the life of me 1 didnt know how though As trial day drew nigh Ellis grew more and more nervous He sent for me again and again to come and see hIm but I persistently refused to do BO I felt that be was guilty I be lined that be would lie to me and confuse me I stayed away from him and sent word that I would be on hand to defend him Tie was obliged to be satisfied No other lawyer would take his case But I made a bluff of telling all over town that I was going to clear lolls Meantime I bad been making desperate plans for my client Only one year previous to the trial of Ellis u popular young Irishman named Barney had been convicted of e murder on circumstantial evidence Subsequently the real murderer was found and lynched The case of poor unfortunate Barney was fresh in the minds of all and the man who bud boen his attorney and bad earnestly ploaded for his life was now the pre Pilling judge Moreover the principal witness ngiiuat my man Ellis had been Ute principal witness against poor Bur nay There was another witness whoII was attiictel with an Impediment his SIKHSU When excited he would Stutter and go through such contortions that nobody could understand anything tbat he mild and his gestures were tbe writhing of an Insane man I had no witness for the defense and had to Clear my mi with tbe witnesses for Are You SickMuch sickness is due to systemYours you cannot get well until tstrengthiYnatures power house the getthenthe power is not there the action of the organs is weak and disease sick ness follows Dr Miles Nervine cures ttoS sick because it soothes the irritated and tired nerves and gives the system a recuperateTry not quickly feel its beneficial effect- I was given up to die by a lead- Ing doctor Got one of Dr Miles books and found that Dr Miles Ner vine fit my case From the very first dose I took I got better I au better now than I have been for years and flo all my own work on the farm Thats what Dr Miles Nervine has done for me and I am glad to recom mend It to others JOHN JAMBS nivorton nebr Your druggist sells Dr Miles Nerv ine and we authorize him to return ferlce of first bottle only IIf It falls to benefit you Uilci Medical Co Elkhart Ind w AgoniesOf Never give up and thInk that all women yourself included have to suffer pain- Thousands of women have writ ten to tell how they have cured their womanly ills and relieved their pains and over a Million have been benefited In various other forms of female disease dur- Ing tho past 50 years by that popular and successful female remedy WINE OF CARDUI WOMANS RELIEF I believe I would now have been dead writes Mrs Minnie KyifI had suffered with bad cramping spells pains In my back sides and arms and awful bcaring down pains Now these pains have all gone as a result of using Cardul At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating age and describing symp DeprTheChattanooga Tenn E 39 theprosecutionThere a row on the moun tain side and tthe evidence showed that Ellis had murdered a man named OBrien without provocation except that OBrien bd claimed prior right to the mine of which Ellis had taken possession OBrien had gone ILto the mountain to assert hIs claim and Ellis had killed him in tbe presence of two witnessesWell when tbe time came for trial Ellis sent word to me that be wanted to talk to me In tbe courtroom but I sent back word for him to keep his mouth shut and see me immediately after the trial was over The poor devil sat in the dock and eyed me wlst fully I could see that bo Jiad confidence in me as a criminal lawyer wbo had never lost a case but his life was at stake and he was guessing hard I allowed the prosecution to make out its case with its witnesses and offered no objection of any kind I told them that I was busy and wanted to get through the trial as soon as possible and as soon as my client was acquitted must take up another case involving a great deal of property It was n bluff of course but a bluff sometimes boats n full band When my turn came I took tho principal witness for the prosecution and I went after him In this fashion You aro the man that swore thvay the life of poor Barney last year Ills blood cries aloud for vengeance We all know everybody here knows judge and jury and all the people know that you swore away tbe life of that poor boy when he was Innocent You seem to make It your business to testify In such cases You evidently like to place yourself in a position whore you can swear away human lives Everybody knows that poor Barney was bore In Nevada and his aged mother weep tag In Ireland when you swqre against mm and he was banged altogether on your testimony I dont know what you have against Ellis here but of course you have some grudge Here the prosecuting attorney prop erly interfered and demanded that the witness be protected from Insult but the judge ruled that the man who swore away tbe life of poor Barney deserved no protection That decision had an immediate effect upon the jury and I could see it I was not defend lug Ellis directly but I was successfully prejudicing tho minds of the jury against this witness I kept on abusing him and dually compelled him to admit to judge and jury that be had been mistaken In the Barney case the preceding year Then I ranted and shouted How dare you come into this court to swear away another human Ute How dare you appear before a jury of Intelligent men all of whom know of the Barney case You admit that you were mistaken in tbe Barney case and your testimony hanged that unhappy lad You are also mistaken In this case unless you are perjuring your self But you cant hang Ellis witb your prejudiced testimony I thank God that the people of Nevada did not mob you last year and I hope that they will not lynch you now but you had better get out of this community aa soon aa you can or I will not vouch for your worthless life Oet off tho witnesa stand and get out of my sight lie disappeared He was In a hurry to get out of the room lIe was almost scared to death and tbe jury could see that too While is was getting out Of the room I culled for the other wit ness and he came to the stand In fa nervous trembling manner which in dicated that 1 already had him scared almost to death lie was very much excited and evidently expected mo to go after him as I hud gone after the other witness He could scarcely stam mer his name and this IB what I did to himYou It saw OBrlon the dead man raise a shovel and try to brain Ellis bore You saw Ellis run away from him You saw OBrien run after Ellis clear to the edge of the pit Your own eyes witnessed the fact that Ellis did not draw bis gun untn lie was nooui to be brained and knocked Into the pit Now tell the Jury the truth with out any hesitation or quibbling Out with it- The poor fellow began to stutter and stammer and shako his bead Ho raised his arms nnd waved them about his head lie stammered and finally put his hands to hIs eyes tears of vexation flowing and then I shouted Tears will not avail you Let your conscience work You know the truth and you know that this deed wns done in self defense Tell the truth or get off the stand He got off the stand Tbe jury did not know that bo was a stutterer They saw only that the witness was stricken dumb before n determined attorney and they saw from his tears that he was regretting his direct testimony My case was won It took less than live minutes for the jury to ren der n verdict of not guilty As soon as tbo verdict hud been rendered Ellis came to mo and asked If hIs life was saved and I replied Your life Is safe for just about ten minutes These people aro now going to the saloon and as soon as their whisky takes effect they will come hero nod run you up on n ropo While they are drinking you must scoot up the mountain side and disappear Now get out as fast as your legs will carry you No man ever shinned up a moun thin side with more expedition than Ellis did that morning He disap peared in the brush and nobody oversaw him again In those diggings I got on my horse and also disappeared as I did not know what the mob might be tempted to do when they failed to find Ellis Of course afttfr they cooled down none of them blamed me for saving my client althqugb they were all satisfied tbat he was guilty Even the Jurymen told me afterward that they did not see how they ever acquitted blm That was my last case In criminal practice I declared that I would never again take tbe case of any man charged with murder I felt that I had done my duty as n lawyer and had saved the life of a client wbo trusted that life to me but I was deeply impressed with the belief that I could not do It unin under any circumstances So I quit criminal practice and went into politics But I had not seen the last of Ellis I had dismissed him from my mind entirely but ten or twelve years afterward I was In Salt Lake City partldpatiug In a public meeting Late at night I was walking to my hotel when n man rushed out of a little alley handed me a purse of money and sold Take it Its yours You earned mere but that Is all I have now You saved my life Im Ellis With that ho disappeared and I have never seen or heard of blm since All of the circumstances were against him and yet may bo he wns Innocent A man who will go out of his way to pay a debt as Ellis did must have some good qualities in him In the purse I found the neat sum of 750 which must have represented his savings for n long tluiq I presume that he had been watching my movements nnd followed me on that occasion in order to pity for ray services and let me know that he realized something of their value to him Whother be was Innocent or not I did my plain duty in defending him No other course would have saved him from hanging and It was well for him that bo got out of sIght as quickly as he did Those wore strenuous days in the mining regions If Ellis is alive ho will not blamo mo for tolling the story if be was innocent bo will bo glad to have it told Nmlth D Fry In Los Angeles Times Boys Life Saved My little boy four years old bad 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 tbat saved his life William H Strolin Carbon Hill Ala There is no doubt but this remedy saves the lives rf many children each year Give it with castor oil ftC cording to the plain printed directions mid n cure is certain For sale at Severs drug store Oiled Macadam as Rain Defier During a long coutldued porlod of wet weather at Kansas City and vicin ity the merits and disadvantages of different roads were strongly ompha sized The dirt roads though fairly good In favorable weather wero al most impassablo In many places But tho macadam roads that had bepn oiled were in excellent condition Aft or the oil has penetrated tbe macadam no amount of water can affect the firmness of the paving The rock roads have heretofore been extremely dusty In dry weather and sloppy and rutty in wet spoils Since oil has been ap plied to the surface they remain practically the same regardless of the state of the weather Best The World Affords It gives me unbounded pleasure to recommend Buckleni Arnica Salve says J W Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C I am convinced its the best salve the world affords It cured a tenet on my thumb and it never fails to heal ev ery sore burn or wound to which it is applied 25c at Severs Drug Store While the flounder Is a salt wator fish specimens have been found in the Rhine as far lip as Mayence and oven in the Necker Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky u nn mm Hun on n 1 4V The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company lIf J B F BEARDPresident MI H BEiUlD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier Pays 3 per cent on time more Three per cent is as much as II the best banks in this state pay and as much as any bank can afford to pay v W oI- NCORPOitATCDI PASSENGER RATES REDUCED i Cloverport to Louisvill 175 Cloverport to Evansville 175 Boats leave Louisvillo Mondays Wednssdayc Fridays and Soturdaysat 4 p m weight shipped by this lins de livered quicker than by rail Through rates quoted to nil Ohio Cumberland Green barren and Tennessee river points Write for folder General offices 154 to 158 Fourth street Louis ville Ky T L BENNETT O F P A GEO H WILSON Supt SPLIT LOG DRAG EFFECTIVE Heavy Rains Give Implement a Fine Chance to Prove Itself The heavy fall of rain that tho Rod rIver valley and northern Minnesota experienced recently proves beyond doubt the extreme efficacy of the split log drag as a good roadmaker The streets of Thief River Falls and many of the rural highways lending Into the city have been consistently worked by those drags for two years Tho re sults were most apparent and strik ing the other week Just following the heavy rains In spite of the amount of traffic that the streets of Thief River Falls carry dally they are In excellent con dition nicely graded and as hard as aIpaved street The country roads have been dragged for two years are as passable as during the driest sea son In summer while tho roads that have not been worked by tho drags are almost Impassable Constipation For constipation there is nothing quite so nice as Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Thoy always produce pleasant movement of the bowels with aI out any disagreeable effect Price cents Samples free Severs drugstore Novel Highway Proposed A novel proposition has been made for the beatttlflcatlon of the highway between Thermal and Coacholla In California a distance of throo miles The waste waters from the Coachellct Ice plant fire diverted along this highway and extend almost to Thermal be foro they uro absorbed by the soil says the Los Angeles Times The proposition Is now made that fig trees bo sot along the highway on the water ditch where they would bo kept grow lug by the waste water Within a your these trees come Into bearing and the three tulle highway lined with bearing fig trees would not only be n most attractive drive but might tn made to yield a profit for road im provement DO YOU GEL ur WITH A LAME BACK I RIdney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news oers is sue to know of the wonderful u cures made by Dr I Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver salI triumph of the nineteenth century discovered of nnnt kidney and blad dar speclalist and Is curinglameblISS and Brlghts Disease which is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not rec ommended for everything but Iif you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble it will be found lust the remedy you reed IIt has been tested Ipso many ways in hospital work in private practice as ony the helpless too poor to purchase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement hllw been made by which all readers of this paci who have not already tried it may Nava k sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this genet Qua offer In this paper and send your address to KllmerCoBlnghamton after years regular fifty cent nd nomeof Bwampnoot lobar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont make any mistake but remember th name SwampHoot Dri Kilmers Swampj Root and tho address Binghamton N Y j son nverv bottin IJ Capital 50000 Surplus DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge D Richardson- Dr C Robertson F depositsno safely managed 1tJLouisville Evansville Packet 5000 remedyIt byDr aeoceoeeeaeoeeeW II ItowuEU President A B SKILLMAN Cashier iAsstCushleriBRECIINRIDGEBANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured every way and protected by tho very I latest equipment Interest paid On time deposits I Business great and small solicitedtso soae8Qes etloccal NOem ali ai i IIThe Carlsbad of America I IndlII Southern Railway I Leave Evansville 7 am 2 20 pm ffM 11IArrive French Lick10 20 nm 5 45 pm gm Arrive West BadenIO 30 am 5 55 pm Daily Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS ffmW1JCanneltontI 2 72It 2 II Tell CityII It 2 60 2 76ITroy 2 44 2 IIE Stratton P Evansville Ind IWlJJ Jr A A St Louis Mo +y THE 1 II I Fifth Avenue I HOTELi Louisville1 Kj 1y MgriSi5SSI Ti and one of of put of It do set of as ever was and and for In Into one be for well The of of over cure tone the the pro and easy of for 25 of In any In 500 Get my For G W S A M V B J in N 20 D A G P ton the men man was now age the 200 tbe box the The most erd li the too rateAA one from the and two from jl the m cars pass all parts the city- Everything neat and J CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPORATED Long distance and telephones of this enable you to talk almost Southernillinoisand Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the countryWereason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAS E CALDWELL LELAND T D I W HUNTER Jr President General Treasurer Scrrrtary Quick Road Work Bright early morning twen tytwo farmers south Tren N J undertook task ting n quarter mllo stretch road lu a passable condition was as tormlnod n assembled for n purpose Every a volunteer gavo his freely Their 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omtlanoui laamifu toil lno Ic71lwil pr wftft tr of ohrg with tblt Cullcrtli li HibTloUo llonml Tulip Bulb The KKWt do i1 nutoof tbse Tble Buibi Isonbgneur- U II W DUCkuCBROOKFORDEiLL confidenial medical advice is entirely free Simply write Dr Shoop Racine Wis The book No 4 tells all about Dr Hhoops Night Cure and how these soothing healing antiseptic suppositories can be successfully applied to correct these weaknesses Write for the book The NighLCure is sold by All Dealera1 a I k L pP u l r I- tt i 1 p 4 ft I f A w I i wET W i r t i r rPe i i eoettueo oae o t oojiiiowi By ALBERT PAYSON OrObbd TERHUNEII COPYRIGHT 1908 BY CHAPTERV To the Rescue had obediently fol 1 1 Jolidon and Natalie ENJISUtwhoI orders until they the summer house now wriggled forward In confusion on Ii hearing the ambassadors voice Did you call me sir he asked I most surely did call you Mr Nlsh cried Popoff And I told you I was certain I saw a lady or rather a ladys skirt disappearing into that summer house Who was she II dont know your excellency tremblingly lied Nlsh You ought to knowI scolded Popoff You were standing nearer the sum mer house than I was Didnt you see her at all Yes siryes I saw her If I may sny so but I dont know who she wao I really dont I Was she alone 9o your excellency not quite alone There was If I may say sothere was a gentleman with her At least ho looked like a gentleman but I didnt recognize him either Well well well chuckled the am bassador seating himself In a garden chair and eying the summer house with delightful Interest A little flir tation eh Gone In there to whisper sweet nothings where no one can In terrupt om I wonder who they are Now I really wonder Mr Nish I would not for the world have you think I am tho least bit curious ButIll Just sit hero awhile for a joke and watch thorn come out In the meantime Mr Nlsh you might slip around to the rear of tho summer house and see If there Is another door thorn If there Is you might lock It Understand Yeyos your excellency mumbled li panic stricken Nlsh scuttling away tho The little clerk nover until bo had found Sonla to ho forth the whole story with wild as she broke Into a peal of she grew sober Her will never just a silly talk of the ways of Into her mind In that had been and mur dered for must be l done and done worry she the ter rifled Nlsh Say to any one 4 v else Ill get Mme out of the scrape If I can Nish could had dis down a path to the rear door of the house Ills nias lerlng him had left Ills sent Stoaiin on he put his eye to the of the door He had bent over this when to pass by on hit way to the gnte In t at sight of the thus tho role of Paul Pry hello old chap cried the What are you up to Hush I In an whisper A lady went Into the sum met house a few ago with a I cant see thorn very too much Huff In the keyhole But opposite tact other with only a little table be tween them The back Is to me but It somehow looks Tho man is as as if he were to money rfow hes bending across and her hand and she seem to mind bless my soul Its that fel low Do Well well Of all Now If only the lady would turn her face so I could see her Come away sir the whole bursting upon his mind He Popoffs sleeve but the shook him off Let me alone he Cant you see what It all moans It means weve found the lady De In love with tho very woman weve both been for And now If shell Just turn her head a little Ill be able to see her face and then Then you dont know who she Is No But Ill Then take my and dont try to find out Lot well alone Come away old chap and No no There you my head away Just as she was Id have seen her In another up go out by thq other door and thon I be able to know who Lot me do tho If either of us has to play the Ill No It itI my place Pop off Put Ill bet you a francs its Mme Nova KovlU hit would be IiP a vans Watt I wont irke the bet tome irvuv sir nud let the matter PM PROM MY CRAZY OF AND IM GOING TO MAXIMS among bushes paused her poured gazing horror uncontrollable laughterSuddenly husband forgive herselfTH0harmless sentimental theyre having Memories jealous Marsovian husbands flashed primitive fatherland wives beatenyes less Something quickly Dont nothing Popoff Before reply she appeared leading summer Meantime Poppff curiosity forward tiptoe keyhole wicker scarcely Danilo hippenlug paused amazement Marsovian ambassador assuming Why Prince warned Popoff excited minutes gentleman clearly Theres theyre sitting ladys familiar talking earnestly trying borrow kissing doesnt Itswhy Jolldon things begged Danilo situation caught ambassador whispered Jolldons looking queried Dnnilo advice enough pulled turning around second Theyre getting Maybe theyll slnt looking suggested Danllo eavesdropper assorted hundred stealing drunken AWAKE DREAM LOVE BACK consoled arop Tvnerc re ra iror your own nap plness But Popoff was once more at the key holeTheyre standing up to go ho reported Now shes beginning to face this way Its Oh good Lord1 The poor old man staggered away from the door as though struck be tween tho eyes Reeling to a chair ho collapsed and burled his face In his handsNo not It cant be It cant he moaned And yet I could hardly bo mistaken My wife And Brace up your excellency1 entreat ed Danilo In genuine distress Pull yourself together There are people coming along the walk Dont make n scene Perhaps you were mistaken uNo I saw hcrl groaned Popoff My own wife and Do Jolldon And ho kissed her hand Oh I daro say she was more kissed against than kissing I Danilo observed consolingly 14nut Ibjj cjjrefjiiJLjlr A wnoio lot or people are witHin ear shotThen let them know the worst cried Popoff In a voice that brought a number of guests hurrying to the spot Ill denounce her before them all Come out of t ere he bellowed rushing forward both of you Come out He threw the summer house door wide open and shrunk back Incredu lous aghast On the threshold stood De Jolldon andSoniaIVhntwhat I does this moan gur gled the confused ambassador this this change and You called to us to come out re turned Sonia calmly May I ask what you wanted of us Sonia gasped Danilo And through the confusion of many excited voices she heard him and thrilled to tho note of anguish In his half stilled cry ItIf It was you who wore In there with M do Jolidon stammered Popoff where Is my wife Here I am dear answered Natalie stepping out of tho crowd with which she had mingled after her hurried exit through the rear door of the summer house Hero I am What Is the mat ter Matter enough cried her husband I could have sworn 1 saw you sitting In that arbor with M do Jolldon My dear Natalies exclamation was a triumph of shocked propriety ulIt was kissing your hand I thought went on the dazed ambassa dorThis tlmo Natalie moved away from him In offended dignity But Popoff hastened to throw his arm about her and draw her back- I was wrong he assured herablunder of eyesight I apologize Im sorry I I begin to understand put In Sonia stepping forward In fear lest Natalie overdo her pose of virtuous indigna tion It seems that the Marsovian ambassador has done me the honor to listen at a keyhole iu hopes of over hearing my conversation Sooner than disappoint him M do Jolldon will you please repeat to him just what you said to me In there De Jolidon understood If Natalie was to be saved If Sonia was not to be talked about heroic measures wore necessary I asked Mme Sonla Sadowa said ho to do mo the honor to become my wifeDanilo stood motionless his lips sot in a white line amid tho buzz of con gratulations and laughter that followed Do Jolldons announcement Sonia noted his agony and said joyfully to herselfMy prince I think Ive won Youll have to speak soon or late now and when you do And Marsovla loses the twenty mil lions Popoff muttered recovering his solf possession and somewhat belatedly l remembering his countrys needs Prince called Sonia mischievous ly I havent heard your congratula tions yet You dont look as happy as you might at the news Happy echoed Dnnilo with a scornful mirthless laugh Why shouldnt I be Accept my congratu lations my paternal blessing and anything else you chooso to levy on me for My own motto Is Lovo when you may proposo seldom and marrynot- at all Let me tall you a little fairy story Thero wore once a prince and a prln coB8 Thoy loved each other But the prince was poor and dared not toll of his love for fear of being thought a fortune hunter His silence mndo the princess angry So sho went and promise her hand to another man and they all lived miserably unhappy over after Anti the moral of that stupid little story is that Im sick of respectability and Im awake from my crazy dream of lovo and Im going back to Maxims and you can all go toMar spvlalHe loves me He loves me panted Sonia under her breath CHAPTER VI At Maxims after midnight tile NIAXIMSrestaurant whither sight Americans and other tourists flock and whoso dizzy machine made merriment they solemn ly believe to be a part and parcel of true Parisian life On the night of Sonias garden party one group of men and women who en tered the Jolly restaurant were so dif ferent from the usual habitues of the place as to come in for not a few amused glances from their neighbors They were Mme Natalie Popoff Mme Nova Kovltch and Cascada and St Brioche The visit was Natalies Idea She had heard Danllos wild speech of goodby to Sonia and his announcement that ho was off to Maxims Hence tho ambassadors wife with a feeble yearning to atone In some way for the false position into which the widow bad boon thrust for her sake had re solved to follow In tho hope of securing n word In private with Dauilo and At Maxlmt setting matters rignt again Natalie had not confided her plan to hot husbaud and now as the party woro ushered to a secluded tnblu In an alcove she glanced at tho riotous scene about her with a delighted nervous nose The delight vanished suddenly however and the nervousness waxed to a panic fOUl as a familiar voice smote upon her oar Popoff had just como in and was standing not ten foot away from the secluded table whore his wife sat trembling I want to see Prince Danilo at once he said to the homl waiter Has ho arrived 1 Not yet sir was the reply but he will bo here very soon There Iis a supper party waiting for him over there waving to a tableful of gayly appareled girls with tired eyed men Really exclaimed tho ambassador Ill Just join them till ho comes He toddled off to the distant table where to Natalies jealous eye he seemed to make himself nt home with a phenomenal ease and quickness lie was scarce seated when Danilo strode in The whole table rose to give the prince noisy greeting Why hello your excellency cried1 Danllo This is queer company for a monument of respectability like yourself to wander Into I came only to see you protested the ambassador drawing him aside I was bound Id come here and wait till you appeared ifOh I see cut in the prince thor oughly enjoying his confusion Fools rush In where I didnt rush In fumed the am- bassador1 I crept hero in s measly cab and I sneaked into tho place like a pickpocket for fear some one would recognize me I sacrificed myself toy country Suppose my wife should III hear of iti came to implore you to cast myself on your mercy to bog you onco moro to prevent tho widow fromI must see his excellency Insisted a portly man behind them his voice booming through the wholo room Ho Is here and Oh ho broke off on sight of Popoff Here you are 1 My dear Nova Kovltch pettishly Interrupted tho ambassador Is It nec essary to hunt for me with a brass band Couldnt you Im sorry to interrupt you answer ed Nova Kovltch but bores a dis patch from the Marsovian ministry It seemed to me Important and I brought It on Popoff took the slip of taper and rend aloud If Mme Sadowns twenty millions are allowed to leave Marsovla we area bankrupt country There Prince Dnnilo ci ntimuj il the ambassador turning on th uutg man Iu melodramatic uppeU you see Its right UD to you Your country ap ponls toyoti to save itl Tou tire Mar sovius lest hope Murry the widow andIll marry no one flared up Danilo To the deuce with matrimony and Marsovla and myself Im done with slllr dreams of love and all that non sonso Im free and Im going to make a night of It I He paused and stood silent dum founded Down the little flight of stairs lending Into the room a woman was advancing alone Souls exclaimed Daub With a word of excuse to tho others he hurried across and met the widow as she reached the foot of tho stops Youre here he muttered In hor rIfted wonder here alone Yes replied Sonla coldly Is it any affair of yours First the summer house he went on as in a daze then Maxims Quite so Is that all you have to say MNo he retorted I have one thing morn You should not marry De Jolt donNo Why not pray Because I He checked hlmgolf Sho finished tho sentence for him Because you love mo she sug gested Ho broke Into a discordant miserable laughDont laugh that silly way sho reprimanded sharply I am sorry you dont like It he observed Its tho only way I know I laughisOn your side Yes You are angry at what hap poned this evening But It wasnt I who was In the summer house with M de Jolldon But I saw you there he declaredT getherher husbandwlth M Popoff She was And I never even guessed It cried Danilo lids sullen face breaking Into a smile of utter relief What a fool I was I was green and yellow with Jealousy 1 He caught himself up but It was too late Sonia eyes danced 1U t since you dont love me she andIgreen with- Because green and yellow are onr national colors I am nothing if not patriotic You see Mme Sadowa prince gurgled Popoff trotting up to them unable longer to restrain his anxiety I hope It Is all settled All nicely arranged oh If you mean Is madame to marry Do Jolidon answered Danllo she Is not PopIoff In the summer Refuel She took another womans place replied the prince disregarding Sonias wamlna atsMr LOVE YOU SONIA HE WHISPERED I I I Dour iner squealed iopoff Ills curiosity reviving Who was sho Excuse me your excellency re marked Nlsh who had entered with Nova Kovitch and had hovered aimlessly about waiting to get In a word but here Is a fan that was picked up In the summer house after the party You told me to search the place and I did If I may say so I Same old fan commented Popoff Idly opening It Then with a Jump as his eye vaguely caught the sentence Natalie had scribbled beneath Do Joll dons avowal ho screamed My wifes handwriting Then It was my wife aftor all Sir quoted Nova Kovltch Cae sars wife should be above suspicion But Caesar never brought his wife to Paris walled Popoff This Is bad for mo No no pleaded Natalie who at sight of the fatal trinket had left her table and run forward Its all a horrid mistake I can oxplainI = Silence commanded Popoff in his TWO REMARKABLE CURES Of ECZEMA l Over Twentythree Years Ago Baby had Severe AttackYears Later Grandfather Suffered Torments with the DiseaseVirulent Sores Developed from Knees to Toes I BOTH OWE COMPLETE RECOVERY TO CUTICURA I In 1S84 my grandson a babe had an attack of eczema and after ttrying the doctors to tho heaVYbills crease of the dla sulTeringI ticura and in a few weeks the child was well lie IB today a strong man and absolutelyI free from the disease A few years ago Icontracted eczema and became an in tense sufferer A whole winter passed without once having on shoes my ankles and nearly from the knees to the toes being covered with virulent sores Itried practitioners specialists dermatol ogists etc to no purpose My daughter prescribedCutlcuratwenty years ago I at once procured the Cut curs Remedies and found im mediate improvement and final cure yearsIdisease I am welt known in the vicin ity of Louisville and Cincinnati and all this could be verified by witnesses M W LaRue 845 Seventh St Louis vilte Ky April 23 and May 14 lU0711 1 The agonizing itching and burning of the skin as in eczema the frightful scaling as in psoriasis the loss of hair and crusting of scalp as in seaBed head the facial disfigurement as in acne pxtraordinaryvirtues That Cutlcura Soap OintmentandPille are such stands testimonials of remarkable cures when many rpm edies and even physicians have failed One set is often sufficient to cure Cuttom tap 25r to Cleaner UM akin tintaura Ointment 50c to Heal the Bkln awl Cutt lateCoattCIBroctoldaCorpVlUlled Free Cutlcura Book on Skin DIMM most magisterial manner aiaaame under section 4 of the Marsovian code I hereby divorce you This fan IB suf ficient evidence t As Natalie started back dumb with horror Popoff turned impressively to SOnia and to the widows amused dis may sank on one knee before her t Mme Sadowa he declaimer 11 am free and in the name of fUterland I beseech you to become my wife Sonia was seemingly blind to the white misery In Natalies face and the look of angry surprise in Danllos She answered with perfect composure My dear M Popoff I am deeply hon ored by your proposal but before I ap Madame I hereby divorce you It 1copt It Is only fair to tell you that If Imarry again I lose all my torture The ambassador scrambled hastily to his feet II was perhaps just a wee bit hasty he stuttered 1lookingi sheepishly about for a wayof escape Natalie came forward and handed him the fan Did you read the words I wrote on It1 she asked timidly Iemadutiful wife spelled out tho ambassador Forgive me I didnt understand Shall we let bygones bo bygones r Danilo who had stood silent during tho odd proposal now stopped past Popoff and faced Sonln a now light la his ayes Ills It true you will lose nil your monoy If you marry agnlr ho asked In a voice he tried In vain to keep stoadyII Yes she admitted It Is trueIThen why shouldnt I say now what I want to Why not sho agreed j demurelyIHe drew a stop nearer- I love you Sonia ho whispered Steadily happily she met his burn- Ing eyes as sho answered- I love you Danilo I have always loved you Tut tut fretted Popoff pushing peevishly between themlThlsll nov or do You cant marry her prince Youll both bo paupers Not quite gently corrected Sonia fll shall lose my money It Is true butonly because I am going to glvo lt all to my husband ij THK END Subscribe for the News Now a Ln s i I f I j c 4V 1I p v t 4 I t I i t 1 L pfcpWoVi v 74uc+seSnti3utJjfrvraxR 40 + Orc2wnA i iTEii F II l 1 0 s I y l14 ct t j i e I I v it 1t I t tItI J t If of r t I iI0J 0 r s I NVYMWMhvMWN W1 Wc 111iVSNWNNKMUMHiIN WYMV VMMMehtlihVMN VNVMIMNYNWWrhVMMwMMMAIMV411NV NM1MMIM i GREAT CLEARANCE SALE 1 OFI BUGGIES AND RUNABOUTSOSZSCB m I line Vehicles at a reduced price to close out stock A few special bargains at prices IIUptodatecant help but buy A full line of flooring ceiling and finishing lumber and mo- uldlings We are agents for the genuine American Fence Wire We carry a full stock in all sizes and see us and we will make you an interesting price for a short time only I I I ASHCRAFT ASHCRAFT Irvington Kentucky aWNtlt IA SEVENHILLS CHAUTAUQUA AUGUST 114 1908 OWENSBORO KY Summary of Daily Program 14 Big Days SATURDAY AUGUST 1 Third Regiment Band plays during Assembly Athletics Miss Jeanette Rung inUBaraba Prietchie The Yonnas Japanese Jugglers Tom Cor win Imitator Ella Mae Hargrove Whistler Moving Pictures every night Lecture Edward Russell Perry Pansy 3 Rote Soloist SUNDAY AUGUST 2 The Model Sunday School 11 a m r Rev T C Gebauer Sacred Concert Chautauqua Chorus Solos by plies Hargrove LaRose Boslev Hansen Readings Miss Kling Miss 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 8 A Long Miss Kling Tom Corwin Miss Hargrove I WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 Father Vaughan the Dramatic Ora tor in two lectures Chicago Glee Club Hiss Kling Tom Corwin Miss Hargrove THURSDAY AUGUST 6 Col A W Hawkes Sunshine Florence May brick Twenty years in an English Prison Tom Corwin Chi cago Glee Club Miss Hargrove Ad mission 50 cents FRIDAY AUGUST 7 President Kinnaman Music Festival ChAutauqua Chorus and Soloists Tom Corwins last number Miss Willie Keely ReaderSATURDAY AUGUST 8 Gov John A Johnson of Minnesota endorsed for President of the United 1Siatu Pitt Parker Cartoonist Miss Neely TOBINSPORT Sirs Bernice Allen who has been spending the summer months with her mother Mrs C C Whitehead returned home Monday Mr Carey Whitehead of Nebo came home Thursday Misses Nina Weatherholt and Della Wincbell have returned from Owens born where they have been visiting friends and relatives Miss Mary Wolf is expected Wednesday from Indianapolis to visit Miss Nina Weatherholt Miss Elva Leaf of Moweaqua 111 who has been vjsiting relatives here re turned home Friday Misses Irene Heck and Anna Dyerof Cannelton have been visiting Mrs Lula Dyer a few days Mrs Lula Dyer went to Cannelton Sunday evening to visit her mother Rev Chas Ketcham filled his regu mar appointment at the 11 E church SundayMiss Eva Earles is visiting relatives inCloverportClyde of Derby visited his parents here Sunday On account of rain the baseball game was postponed until Sunday Aug 2 Dr CD Kaiser who has been doing dental work here returned to Derby Friday Correction In the BurdetteFowler item in last weeks News it was stated through misunderstanding that Mrs Fowler was a sister to Mrs Mattie Collins bhe is not related to Mrs Collins SUNDAY AUGUST 9 Bible School Commencement Sa cred Concert by Chautauqua Chorus and Soloists Sermon Dr Talmago of England Pitt Parker Danger Sig nals MONDAY AUGUST 10 Concerts by Weils famous St Louis Worlds Fair Band of fifty men Lec ture by Lenora Lake Single admission this day 50 cents children 25 cents TUESDAY AUGUST 11 Closing Concerts by Veils 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 Butchel Governor of Col orado Lincoln and Smile and Push THURSDAY AUGUST 13 Daviess County School Commencement and 0 atorical Contest Mont taville Flowers Chautauqua Chorus FRIDAY AUGUST 14 Closing Day Senator E W Car muck of Tennessee Montaville Flowers Concert Prices of Admission Notwithstanding the great program the management has placed the price of the season ticket at 250 Remem ber this ticket gives you the right to pass in and out as often as you like A childs season ticket costs 150 tor children 12 years and under Daily admission tickets good for one ad mission only25c children Ijc three special days fOe children 25c A transferable season ticket for 300 No pass out checks issued for any cause Chas Burke Goes To Alabama Wednesday last Chas E Burke left this city to accept a positional Birmingham Ala Mr Burke is one of the best thought of young men of Cloverport For several years he was with Nolte Bros during which time he made a host of friends who wish him success Recently he worked at the L H St L shops Mr Burke was accompanied as far as Henderson by his brother James Burke1t Cant Be Beat The best of all teachers Is experience C M Harden of Silver City North Carolina says I find Electric BittersII does all thats claimed for it For ach Liver and Kidney troubles it cant i be beat I have tried it and find it aI most excellent medicine Mr Harden- Is right its the best of all medicines also for weakness lame back and all run down conditions Best too for chills and malaria Sold under guarantee at Seyerr drug store 5oc BIG SPRING Charles Morris came down from Louisville and remained until Sunday The ladies have changed the date of their ice cream supper to Saturday night August 1 Rev McConnell is conducting a protracted meeting at Consianttne Mrs Julia Clarkson Is visiting Holt and IrvingtonIJim Harned was in Elizabethtown MondayMiss Meyer cimo down from Louisville Thursday fur a ten days stay with her parents Mr and Mrs H MeyerH was in Louisville last week Walter and Hubert Lyons of Louis ville were down to see their brother Will who was critically ill A P Harness representing Park Davis and Co called on Drs Strother and Witt last Monday Mrs R S Dowell has returned home after a two weeks visit with relatives at Cecelia and Glendale Born to the wife of Tom Marlow on 16 a daughter Mr A B Suter of Custer was the guest of Miss Edna Dowell Thursday night Mrs Wave Roff is chaperoning the following persons at a cottage party W1 at Tar Springs Miss Jennie Mabel Harris Eva Grace and Edith Plank Messrs Behon and David Murray Jr The cause of temperance is working great headway in Norway We have adopted the local obtion policy with excellent result said P Aneusen a Mauufacturer of white paper from Skien Norway Whenever the people of a certain district or county wish to aoblish drinking houses an election is held at which all adult malts in that territoryare supposed to vote If any are absent their votes are counted for Prohibition another election cannot be held until nfter five years and it is very seldom that a second yote is ever taken when a community once goes against license Another thing that has I CLOVERPORT I TO gm I LOUISVILLE II I I And ReturnII SUNDAY AUGUST 9th Il- qj I X125 FOR ROUND I TRIPo Iam I II Good on trains leaving Cloverport 1507a m 1004 a m Good reI- I turning on any train same day I1J mmfSm ij fKENTUCKY BIGGESTSHOW1 EPT141516rM8191908 sIX BIG DAYS DAILY A BS 25000 IN PREMIUMS WEBER BANaoSIDE SHOWS REE TI4Ns Here is the place to display your live stock and farmII products to meet your friends and to combine amusement with information Show every day rain or shine in our new 100000 Live Stock Pavilion Be one of the quarter of aImillion to visit this years Fair I LOW RAILROAD RATES STor information entry blanks or catalog address J W NEWMAN Secretary X Louisville Ky I made national sobriety is the regulation in many places that liquor cannot be bought except by the bottle and requiring the purchaser to take the bottle to his home before using any of its contents Baltimore American A Contended Woman is always found in the same house with Ballards Snow Liniment It keeps every member of the family free from aches and pains it heals cutsburns and scalds and cures rheumatismneuralgia lumbago and all muscular soreness arid stiffness 25c SOc and 100 a bottle Sold by A R Fisher The August issue of Womans Home Companion is full of delightful stories just the right sort midsummer read ing just to pick up the magazine and look at the little Dutch boy and the wind mill on the cover make you feel cool ani comfortable then when you open the magazine you come across enough stories entrancing illustrations to give you enjoyment for the entire month Someof the authors areTemple Bailey Juliet Wilbor Tompkins Marion Hill Ruth Wilson Herrick May Isabel Fisk Clinton Dangerfield and Harvey J OHi gins And when we tell you that these stories are illustrated by Orson Lowell Alice Barber Stephens Charlotte Weber Ditzler and famous artists you will appreciate what a treat this summer magazine has in store for youThere are serious and practical things too Doctor Hate talks helpful about Sleep and ReCreation The Garden in August many recipes for summer salads meats and substitutes for meats by Fannie Merritt Farmeg and Christine Terhune Herrick the II Summer Fashions by Grace Margaret Gould Sam Loyds Own Puzzle Page are a few of the things that will interest most every Woman j who reads the August Womans Home Companion Interesting Trip Mrs Ike Meyer of Louisville Mr H J Nay Sr and Little Miss Cissell Simons of this city are visiting Mr and Mrs G W Roth at Morgan town Ind The visitors have been sight seeing at Indianapolis where they went especially to see the Soldiers and Sailors Monumeut The engine in this mounmeut was made and sold to the city by Mr Roth It pumps 7500 gallons of water in the Monument Fountain every twenty minutes Mr J D Babbage Jrof Cloverport representing the American Type Fouuders Co of Cincinnati was in town Tuesday to see Mr Hunshe the tailor who has been making clothes for the Babbages for 25 years 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