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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0- p 4 I I t THE BRECKENRIDUE NEWSLls ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT a VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 10 1909 8 Paces ate 31 r r It i 1 I II1 I a I r I I l fl Jii r 1 yy Y A J Iiiiti i frN i f Mt ffIf ptE IYr Iw JfJfII i ill I 1 ryvj W i etarw S- wI 3 vi 99- A 9- d r 7 kt Contents of This Weeks News r Hardinsburg Items Irvington Personals Glondeano Notes Clovorport Locals Educational Column Boys and Girls Department Society Notes- Gentleman From Mississippi t ClippingR From Exchanges r Buffalo Bill Stories Views of Stephensport V Address to A S of E I Valuable Advertisements I Cnurch Notes Death Notices I Editorial Paragraphs Wedding Accounts What folks say about the News Church Notes The Presbyterian Missionary meetin was held at the home of Mrs Robt PIerceyesterday 000 The Methodist revival will begin in April 000 Tho Baptist revival opens Sunday J T Edmonson the State Evangelist will assist Rev Lewis 4WESTGRANT Lodiburg Ky Feb 8Special A pretty home wedding was cele brated at the home of Mr and Mrs C 0 Grant Feb 7 The participants being Miss Ruth Anderson Grant and Henry Walker West both of Lodi burg The oHlciatlng minister was Rev I C Argabright The attendents were Misses Myrtle Deacon and Pearl Mays and Messrs Thad Mays and Will Avitt Invitations were restricted to only relatives and immediate friends of the family The bridal party entered the parlor promptly at 3 P M The bride always handsome looking more so on this day of all days clad in a beautiful brown silk gown leaning on the arm of the manly looking groom wowas arrayed in the conventional black Immediately after the cere mony which wai duly Impressive friends crowded around the happy pair to bestow congratulations- If the well meaning wishes of friends count anything the happiness of Mr and Mrs Walker West is al ready assured Those that attended from distance were Miss Lily Adkisson of Lewisport a neice of Mrs C C Grant and Miss Mattie and Susie Black and Lucy Hall of Addison Mr land Mrs Jim Avitt of Clifton Mills and Bro Dart of the Seminary of Louisville C L A TCard Of Thanks We wish to than r atlofour friends for the many kind acts shown us iq our sudden trouble of the loss of our young est son Louis Gregory who was drown ed Wednesday February 3 1009 We also extend our many thanks to his kind teacher Miss Crenshaw for dismissing school and her and all his schoolmates i in attending school in a body to A loving son brother dear So good and true andso sincere Great is our toss that wo sustain But hope in Heaven to meet again F Gregory and family tIJohn Catches A Groundhog Did thegroundbog lie or was he mis taken as to whether he saw his shadow on Feb 2 according to the old time saying Norman Gregoryhas set all old r time weatleJprophets a guessing and many theories are advanced But last Saturday night when the ground was covered with snow Norman cnug t a big groundhog in his traps and now has him alive at borne in a cellar where Mr Groundhog eats such summer dainties as cabbage leaves and potatoes ar- idJlokll through his Iron bars and wpnders whether hesavtctimotthelocalfore- eutrotWht lie got kie dates mixed HORRIBLE ACCIDENT RESULTS IN DEATH Ben Noble Dies Quickly After Be iitg Dreadfully Crushed Under Wheels of Passenger Train FUNERAL SUNDAY AFTERNOON Ben Noble died Saturday night from Injuries received In the accident which he met while getting off The Plug that same evening1 He got off the coach on the side opposite the passenger depot and just as he was crossing the track he fell under the train which was backing from the station Several saw the accident and as soon as the train passed Noble was carried into Prestons store and given immediate and best attentloh by Dr Simons who was at the depot Nobles injuries were severe One limb was cut off the other was broken He died within a few minutes after being taken to Dr Simons apart mentsMr Noble was fortyeight years of age last month and was born in Perry County Indiana He was a good man at heart and last summer In speak ing of himself to a representative of the News he said I want to live and intend to live a better life from now on at home and In a business Canneltongthe other day he promised his wife he would not take a drink and it Is evi dent he kept his promise for he was not drinking when the accident occurr ed as reported It is said he brought a jug of whiskey with him for another man arid that was his reason for get ting oft on the wrong side of the train he did not want folks to see the jug Had itnot been for whiskey his life would in all probability have been spared The man who got the jug must have felt a pang of regret when he took it The accident was horrible In every detail The deceased Is survived by a wife and three children one little girl and two sons Frank and Everetts Noble The funeral was held from the home Sunday afternoon by the Rev Currie and the interment took place in the the Cloverport cemetery Mr A Garrett of Evansville attended the services GLENDEANE Miss Dempster Hostess At A Pretty PartyPersonalNotes Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons of Irv- ington are the guests of Mr and Mrs P E Dempster Miss Syhio Mattingly spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs C L Fisher Mrs A E Smith and Miss Molly Moorman were the guests of Mrs C L Fisher Wednesday Miss Martha Lou Towel is visiting friends in Hardinsburg Roy E Moorman spent Wednesday here the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs W R Moorman Sr E L Robertson was in Hardinsburg SaturdayJudge Moorman was in town Wednes day Miss Sarah Deane Moorman is board ing in town and attending school Misses Ada Mattingly and Mabel Hoskins have returned home after an extended visit in Irvington Messrs D C Moorman Robert Moorman J M Howard and J C Mattingly attended the horse sale at Harainsburg Monday Rev Lewis was unable to fill his regular appointment here Sunday T J Moore spent Sunday here Miss Anna Seaton has gone to Lou isville where she has a position in a millinery department Miss Nell Dempster entertained the following at 42 Thursday evening Misses Nell MoDrraan Bottle Moorman Mabel Howard Jonnie Moorman Arrle Robertson Messrs Robert Curtis Owen Hunter Robt Moorman and Harry Moarman Announcement Proctor Kelt announces that the busil nose of J EKelthSon will be con tinued under the tame firm name and in this city Mr Keith will be manager and he is a most ablenicntimentbuilner J LEFT IRELANDWHEN Patrick E Teaff Dies at lIardins burg Came to Brecklnridge County In The Year Of 1854 LEAVES SIX CHILDREN Patrick Edward Teaff aged about 87 died at his home in Hardinsburg February 2 after being in poor healthl about one year and confined to hisI room for a few months At the age of seventeen he came from his native Ireland to Boston Mass where he married and remain ed for a few years In 1854 he came to Breckenridge County in company with a number of other excellent Irish citizens Settling at Cloverport where he was Superintendent of th oil industry for soine time Later he went to farming near Hardinsburg where he spent man ayears an honest man an resident whose life has been worthy ofemulationHis sons are J W Teaff the merchant T S Teaff of the State of Washington J N Teaff who will1 move here this week from Davies County and Frank Bwho farms near Kirk Besides Misses Ella and Monica there Is another daughter whose home is in Little Hock Ark The Rev Father Breyof Cloverport conducted the funeral services at St Romoulds Church Friday morning after which the remains were laid to rest in the St Romoulds cemetery WHAT FOLKS SAYABOUT THE NEWS I I couldnt live without the News Mrs Sallie Moorman Louisville 000- No matter what work I am doIng when the boy brings the News I have to stop and read itMrs D H Sev ers Cloverport ooo You dont know how good the News is until you compare it with the other HarrisCloverport ooo Why didntyou send my mothersI paper last week 1 borrow It every Wednesday Mrs Fred Fraize Clo verport 000 I have been wanting tne News ever since our subscription expired bu just put off ordering it Send it this weekMrs Dehaven Cloverport 000 The Inside pages of our News were lost from the paper last week It made me so madMiss Eva Plank Clpverport Our copy of the News got mis placed I want to buy another Dr R L Newsom Cloverport 000 I want your paper for Mr Pate He is an invalid and loves to read Mis Chas Pate Cloverporto I want to subscribe for the News now Mike Hendricks Cloverport I 000 Did Mr Hendricks get the New for me asked Mrs Mike Hendricks Monday No wonder Mr Hendricks wanted the News at once x coo I appreciate the notice you gave me in the NewsLeonard Oelze Cloverport 000 Those Buffalo Bill stories are fine Owen Berry Cloverport 000SThat was a nice mention you made of me in the News Miss Clara Fisher Oweusboro Aged Man Victim Of Dropsy Hawesville Ky Feb 4Mr Jim L Ireland of Skilltnan this county died last evening at his home of dropsy He had been sick for quite a long time He was about 70 years old and was the last son of Jas D Ireland whb died about ten years ago at the advanced age of IQt years Mr Ire land was one of the most popular men of the county and leaves some children He will be buried here to morrow by the Maspnic lodge as he was a member of that order Card Of Thanks Dins Elizabeth Keith and children think all friends for the loving kindness shown them in the Illness anddathfb- er husband and theirfather jI I LEWIS GREGORY I DROWNED Sad Death of School Boy Hap pened While Skating With Playmates Last Wednes day Morning SON OF JOHN GREGORY Wednesday about noon the many friends and schoolmates of Lewis Gregory were as grieved and shocked as his family In learning of his death by drowning In Clover Creek He was skating with a few boys The Ice broke where he was playing and he was drowned Instantly Lewis Gregory was a member of the Cloverport Graded School and well likeby the pupils He was strong healthy boy and his death seemed ofeI Mr and Mrs John Gregory and was fourteen years of age last September survivedaBarboe Mrs Leslie and Mrs Gillion The funeral was conducted Thurs day afternoon from the home by the Rev B M Currie HARDINSBURG Miss Katie Stith Is at home after clos ing her school at Custer ExSupt Driskells school at Harned has several Normal students already matriculated Attorney John P Haswell was in Louisville several days last week Marvin Beard is installing a lIghtas day andHghter too lighting plant in B F Beard Co storeroom The twenty lights will thoroughly illuminate the mammoth establishmcntand be one more link In our citys chain of modern progressMisses Martha and Isabelle Gardner are members of Mrs Estell Sutton Muse party at her home at Crescent Hill Squire Chas H Drury of Bewley ville was in town Friday Attorneys Gus Brown and Jno P Haswell were in Brandenburg last week attending Circuit Court Edie Reynolds of Axtel and Miss Zoa Sebastian were married in the County Judges tfflice Thursday Rev Arther Mather officiating GodreyBall was here last week from Hopkinsville to see his mother whose illness called all her children horde HolttBottom and now occupies the house lately vacated by H J Roberts Marriage licenses issued last week Jas L DeHart Mary L Gannaway B F Dejarnette Ressie Beavin Seth Knott Emily Johnson Isaac Whit wort Pearl Ammons H W West Ruth Grant Edle Reynolds Zoa Sebas tian Ferd DeHaven Amelia Vandiver Frank A Oelze Julia Carroll Jas Edward OReilley Florence Eskridge The banks of the county assessed their capital stock surplus and undivid ed dividends at 80 per cent of their value The Board of Supervisors raised them to the full hundred percent The two banks at Hardinsburg the two at Cloverport and E H Shel man Co of Irvington have through their attorneys Murray Murray brought suit in the Quarterly court against the action of the Board of Supervisors claiming as listing goes that they have given a fair list for the purposes of taxation Joe Morrison the canning operator here went to Louisville last week to attend the Canners Convention The chandelier which was displaced In the M E Church South by the new lighting system has been placed in the Circuit Court room a much needed Improvement for the court Mr and Mrs Frank DeHaven were in Louisville a few days last week Web Williamson of Vanzant has accepted a position with the Democrat Hon Dick Owen of Lewisport was here MondayII Buried At Old Home Hawesville Ky Feb 4The re mains of Mrs John Shercr of Illinois were brought here this morning on the early train for burial as this was her former home She was formerly Miss Nannie Trumbbe of this city and made her home in this city with her sister Mrs L H Sherer until a bout two years ago when she married and moved to lllhiols She died stomach trouble and was withtt I years did I Oipl vB4INt POWDERT- he most highly refined and healthful of baking powders Its constant use in almost every American household its sales allover the world attest its wonderfulpopularity and usefulness CHRISTIAN WOMAN LAID TO REST Mrs Ball After Being in Declin ing Health for a Year Dies at Her Hardinsburg Home LARGE FAMILY SURVIVE HER Mrs Judith Alice Ball after being in declining health a few years died at her home in Hardinsburg Friday Feb 5th at 240 p m aged 03 years two months and two days For the last 12 months she had failed more rapidly and her death was not unexpected Mrs Ball had lived in Hardinsburg for eight rears She was the widow of Trios J Ball and was the sister of Win S Dejarnett of this county and of Stuart Dejarnett of OklahomaThroughout life she had been an active energetic woman a consistent member of the Baptist church holding her mem churchsshe joined at fo rteen years ot nge At her douh her teu living children were all presentThey are Mrs Jas Tinius of Holt J s L Ball of Hardins burs W S Ball of Frankfort Mrs W Tiniut of Custer Mrs Do ph DeHaven of Hardinsburg Godfrey Bull of Hop kinsville Mrs M L Frank of Hardi as burg Hardy Ball of McQuady Mrs Dudley Miller g5f Hardinsburg and Rob ert of Murfeesboro Tenu The only other child died in infancy The Rev E B English c nducted the funeral ceremonies at the home after which the remains were laid to rest in hersfathers old home on Saturday afternoon- A good omen is gone a useful life ended a Christian gone to her reward BIG SPRING H Meyer spent last week in Louis villeCarl Styles of Vine Grove was the guest of Miss Edna Dowell Sunday Revs Lyon and Hoskinson failed to quarterly meeting here the 30th and 31 but will hold it the 13 and 14 Alf Thornhllls children are re covering from a severe attack of pneumonia He lost his baby with it about two weeks ago B S Jlarkson reft last week for a six weeks trip Miss Ada Meador is home for a short stay Miss Zelma Strother entertained Soturday afternoon Panic was played Those present were Misses Leah Meador Mallssa Morris Maud Scott Pearl Collins Alva Brown and Emma MillerJ Morris Is having a porch ex tended across the front of his store Mr O W draycrofts school will soon be out His patrons are anxious for him again next fall Mrs Ada Meador has returned from Louisville She brought her little granddaughter Madge home with her her mother having died several weeks ago j Connie Dowell has returned IMiss Grove after a three weeks visit to her uncle Dick Dowell Every one around took advantage of the ice and filled their houses Mr and MrXUeck Meyer entertained lastlTuesday with a pound party T H Harned spent several days in Loeisville last week Miss Deaneand Miss Emma D Moor MissIby a number of friends last evening WAS NEARLY SEVENTYNINE Mrs Elizabeth Durham Dies At Her Home In Hardinsburg Friday Morninsf CHRISTIAN WOMAN GONE I IA Lacking only until the sixteenth of March of being seventynine years of age Mrs Elizabeth Durham expired at 100 a m February 5 at the home of Nat Watlington in Hardinsburg where she had lived for several years She was the second wife of the aged Philip Durham who died a few years agoand a sister of Jubal Hook the Main street grocerThe deceased was a member of the t hertChristian virtues and tireless Industry Unusually active for one of her years not until a year ago did feebleness foretell her early demise She was the mother of six children all daughters five of whom survive They are Mrs Watlington with whom she lived Mrs Milt West of Kirk Mrs Sarah Snider of Garfield Mrs Nannie Snider of Hardinsburg and Mrs Jas V StClair of Webster The funeral services were conducted Saturday morning at the home by Dr Mather after which the interment took place at the Durham burying ground three miles beyond Kirk COURT NEWS The Petit Jury was as follows Wm T Morris Thos H Payne Thomas Simmons J U U Miller Sam At kinson J D Potts J U U Ater G P Beecham Dan Burks Orrin Har din Porter Atwood H H Martin Thos Gilpin John U U Marr Ben H Springgate A N McCoy W W Brown Clint Elliott J K Blythe Only 19 of the 30 men summoned were present and able to serve Under the present law not more than 3 of the 24 jurors can be selected from bystanders it was necessary to adjourn court at 10 a m Tuesday morning until 9 a m today and draw names from the Jury wheel and have the Sheriff summon 10 more men from various parts of the county From which the other side jurors will be selected today THE GRAND JURY Hubert L Bruner Frymire Fore man J W Storms McDaniels A C Glasscock McDaniels D H Sev ers Cloverport Jno Lyddan Irving- ton John A Carman Buras Jabe Haynes Union Star L L Waggoner Cloverport C C Ahl Hardinsburg J H Skillman Webster H A Oelze Gloverport This is just the time of year when you are most likely to have kidney or bladder trouble with rheumatism and rheumatic pains caused by weak kId- neys Delays are dangerous Get De Witto Kidney aud Bladder Pillsand be sure you get what you Jask for They are the best pills mode for backache weak back urinary disorders inflamma tion of tho bladder etc They are an tiseeptlc arid act promptly Wusell and recommend them Sold byall druggists Sale Successful Vic Robertson was well pleased with the results of his mule sale at the county Stat Monday The advertising attract ed a large crowd Fifteen melee brought 176 each and five sold at13S each Mr Robertson is one of the xnbat suoceseful livestock dealers in Kentucky v jw a 0 r rL J 0 1 ti iSS S I r 14i i s J t I 0- c kutkut k 1 i f f 1 4 r r I Fi Ft i r 1- S a r A GENTLEMAN FROM MISSISSIPPI By THOMAS A WISE Novelized From the Play by Frederick R Toombs COPYRIGHT 1009 BY THOMAS A WISE CHAPTER III nOW TO PLKA8E A SENAT- ORTnE International hotel In Wash was all hustle and bustle It not preparing for Its senator since 1885 No less a personage than the lion Wil liam II Langdon of Mississippi said to be a warm personal friend of Sen ator Stevens one of the leading mem bers of his party at the capital had engaged a suit of rooms for himself and two daughters Alnt It the limit remarked the chief clerk to Dud Unities correspond ent of the New York Star The sen r Ir wrote us that he was coming here because his old friend the late Sen ntor Moseley said back In 75 that this vris the best hotel In Washington and where all the prominent men ought to stay Unities the ablest political reporter In Washington had come to the International to Interview the new senator to describe for his paper what kind of a citizen Langdon was lie glanced mound at the dingy woodwork the worn cushions the nicked nnd uneven tiles of tho hotel lobby and smiled at the cleric Well If this Is the new senators Idea of princely luxury he will fit right Into the senatorial atmosphere Both laughed derisively By the way added Ilalnos I suppose youll raise your rates now that youve Gilt a senator here The clerk brought his fist down on the register with I a thud We could have them every day if we wanted them This fellow though well have all winter I guess Ills sons here now Been breaking all records for drink ing Congress man Norton of Mississippi has It ell cant you see been down here I wluit youre dolngr with him a few times There young Langdon is now Unities turned quickly Just In time to bump Into a tall slender young isan who was walking unevenly in the direction of the cafe Nell cant you see what youre do Ins muttered the tall young man thickly Undies smiled The chap who has pluyid halfback four years on his col legs eleven tind hold the boxing chain pionship In his class Is apt to be good natured lie does not have to take of tense easily Besides Itnndolph Lang don was plainly under the Influence of whisky So Unities smiled pleasantly at the 11 Her young man Deg your pardonnIl fault Ilalnes saidWell dont let it occur again mum bled Langdon as he strolled with un even dignity toward the door Bud Haines laughed I guess young Langdon is going be one of the boys Isnt he toI Hes already one of them when comes to a question of fluid capacity laughed sonic one behind him and Bud whirled to meet the gaze of his friend Dick Cullen representative of one of the big Chicago dallies You down here to see Langdon too commented Bud Cullen nodded Queer roost where this senator Is to hang out isnt t- It cant bo a rich one then sug gested Ilalnos Cullen chuckled Perhaps hesnn honest one I hadnt Ithought of that You al ways were original Dickie commented Haines dryly By the way what do you know about him Nothing except that the Evening Call printed a picture of his eldest daughtersays shes the queen daugh ter of the south a famous beauty rich planter for a father mother left her a fortune Shell cut quite a social caper with this hotels name on her cards wont she broke In Haincs as he led Cullen toa scat to await the expected legis lator whose train was late I dont know very much about him myself said Ilalnes All Ive been able to discover Is that Stevens said the word which elected him and that looks bad Great glory when I think what a senator of the right sort has a chance to do here in Washingtona nonpartisan straight out from tho shoulder man I He paused to shake his head in disgust You know these fellows hero in the senate dont even see their chance Why if you and I didnt do any more to hold our jobs than they do wed be fired by wire tho first day They know just the old po litical game thats all Its a great game though Bud filched Cullen longingly for like many newspaper men he had the secret feel Sag that he was cut out to be a great politicianSure Its a great game as a game agreed Haines So is bridge and stud poker and three card monto and moo flam generally Take this new man Langdon for instance Chosen by Stevens hell probabfy be perfectly obedient perfectly easy going perfectly p Big Dill Langdon A Gentleman from Mississippi mina ana pcrrccny useless TThars wanted now is to get tho work done not play the game- Thoroughly a cynic through his years of experience as a newspaper man which had shown the Inside workings of many important phases of the seemingly conventional lifo of this complex world Cullen pretended unbounded enthusiasm Hear Heart ho shouted All you earnest citizens come vote for Re former Haines Im for you Bud What do I get in your cabinet Ive joined the reformers too and like all of them me for PURITY as long as she gives me a meal ticket But not even Cullen could make Haines consider his views on tho necessity of political regeneration to be ridiculous Ills optimism could not be snuffed out for he was a genuine believer that the natural tendency of humankind was to do right Wrong he believed to be the outcome of un natural causes This quality combiner with his practical knowledge of the world and his courage made him a formidable man one who would one day accomplish big thingsIf he got thechanceYou you cant shut me up Dick was his response to Cullens oratorical flight Im going to have my say I dont see why a senator shouldnt bo honest All I want them to do is to play a new game Let em at least seem to be honest attend to their business forget politics Time country sends thorn here to work and If they do the work the people really dont care a hang what party they belong to- Come out of It Bud Your brain Is wabbly yawned Cullcu wearily Ill buy a drink If youll quiet down Lets be comfortable till this fellow Lang don appears He caught his friend by the arm and in spite of protest dragged him oft to the cafe just as young Langdon and Congressman Nor ton came down through the lobby Though but few years older than Randolph Langdon Charles Norton had long exercised strong Influence over him because of hits wider experl once In the worlds affairs Like hisI father young Langdon had stayed close to the plantation most of his life particularly after leaving school devoting his attention to studying the business of conducting the familys big estate Norton brought him the atmosphere of the big outside world he yearned to see even as did his sis ter Carolina and he Imitated Nortons manners his dress and mode of speech The congressmans habit of confiding in Randolph a subtle compliment was deeply appreciated by the lad who unconsciously became a continual advertiser of Nortons many virtues to Carolina and to his father all of which the congressman knew That Nortons political career was the outcome of Carolina Langdons ambition to shine in gay society was known to his friends as well as his family and his desire to win her and place her where she could satisfy ev ery whim had developed almost to a frenzy Seeing evidences of Senator Stevens vast Influence ho did not lies itate to seek a close relationship with him and tho senator was clever enough to lead Norton to consider him his friend At the start of his political career Norton had higher ideas of honor than guided his actions now that ho had become a part of tho political ma chine that controlled his native state of Mississippi and of the bipartisan combination that dominated both houses of congress in the Interest of the great railway and industrial cor porations Senator Stevens and other powers had so distorted Nortons vlow of tho difference between public and private interests and their respective rights that ho bad come to believe capital to be tho sacred heritage of the nation which must be protected at any cost Tho acceptance of a retainer from the O St and P Railroad corn pany for wholly unnecessary services In Washingtononly another war of buying nmana transaction arranged by Senator Stevens was but another stage In tho disintegration of the young congressmans character but it brought him just that much closer to the point where he could claim Caro lina Langdon as his own And oppor tunity does not knock twice at a mans door unless he Is at the head of the machineNorton the persevering young law student who loved the girl who hind been his boyhood playmate was now Norton who coveted her fathers lands who boasted that he was on the In side In Washington who was on the way to fortuneIf the new so ntor from Mississippi would or could bo forced to stand in favor of the Altn cools naval base Ills conversation with Randolph Langdon as Unities and Cullen saw them pass through the hotel lobby II lustratcd the nature of tho Norton of the present and his interest in the Al tacoola scheme Theres no reason why you shouldnt come in on the ground floor in this proposition Randolph ho was urging in continuance of the conversation be gun over a table in the cafe No rea son why you shouldnt do it my boy Why aro you still a child or are you really a man 1 You have now drafts for 50000 havent you Yeah agreed Langdon chagrined at Nortons insinuation of youthfulness and anxious to prove that ho was real ly n man of affairs Ive got the fifty thousand Charlie butbut you see thats the money for Improvements on the plantation As father has put me in as manager I want to snake a show IngYou cant make it until spring urged Norton The moneys got to lie in the bank all winter Now why dont you make a hundred thousand with it instead of letting it lie idle Isnt that simple The younger mans eyes opened wide and his imagination stimulated by the special brand of Bourbon whisky Nor ton had ordered for him took rapid boundsOne hundred thousand1 You mean I could make a hundred thousand with my fifty between now and spring Sure as a nigger likes gin replied Norton confidentlyeHow asked Langdon The young congressman leaned over confidentiallyThis your hat Randolph You can keep quiet Langdon nodded eagerly Then put it into Altacoola land The naval base gasped Langdon Norton nodded Now youve hit It The government will select Altacoola for a naval base Then land will jump way up to never Make a hundred thousand with it and youll clean up a hundred thou sand at the least Isnt it simple There are a thousand people with money who would Just love to have this chance And Im giving it to you because of our friendship I want to do you a good turn Ive got my money in there Young Langdon was visibly im pressed Youve always treated me right Charlie youve been for me 1 know But suppose the government doesnt se lect Altacoola Gulf Citys In the run nlngNorton laughed sarcastically Gulf City is a big bunch of mud flats Besides Ill tell you something else Just between us remember He waited for the boys eager nod before he went on The big men are behind Altacobla Standard Steel wants Al tacoola and what Standard Steel wants from congress you can bet your bottom dollar Standard Steel gets They know their business at No 10 Broadway Now then are you satisfiedij II satisfiedIeotly rich too for Norton had con vinced him that there was no reason why ho should not use tbo 50000 of his fathers when it hind to lie In the bank anyhow all winter and he would have It back in time to use on the plantation In the spring when It was needed How proud of him his father I would be when ho showed him a clear profit of 100000 I Ill go get the drafts at once Char lie and Im mighty much obliged to you he said with gratitude In his voice Nortons smile was ono of deep satis faction Thats all right Randolph You knpw L want to do anything I can for you Randolph was starting for his room whoa Ilalnes and Cullen turned sharp ly around the corner of the hotel desk Again Bud and tho young southerner accidentally collided Where are you going Cant you lookout blurted Langdon Haines grinned Guess Its your fault this tlmo 1I0h It is is 1t1 irritably replied Randolph who as the young marso had been accus tomed to consld erable deference on the plantation Well take that ho angrily cried aiming a savage swing at Haines The reporters athletic training prove of ready service Dodging under the clinch ed fist he turned- dexterously seiz ed young Lang dons outstretched wrist and bent t be arm down Langdon was helpless over his Hnlnes shoulder as though to throw the young attacker with the wrestlers flying mare Langdon was helpless as Haines had also secured his free hand but instead of completing the throw the reporter walked away with his foo held securely on his back to put him to bed n kindly service in view of Randolphs mental state From across the lobby Charles Nor ton hind watched Randolphs discomfit- Ing encounter with Halnea with amuse mentNow that Ive got the young fellow to sew up his old mans money In Alta coola land he chuckled reckon Sen ator William H Langdon wont see anything wrong with that same noble tract of universe when he comes to vote for the naval base Senator Stevens will be pleased CHAPTER IV JUST TUE MAN WE NEED Haines returned from 1Bud Langdons room where had left the latter in bed filled with cracked ice around his head he saw two familiar figures standing in a secluded corner of the lobby They were talking ear neatly In a low voice Whew I whistled tho newspaper man It must be something Impor tant that brings both the boss of the senate and Stevens of Mississippi hereGood afternoon Haines How arc you Senator Stevens said cordially as looking up he saw the newspaper man approaching Senator Peabody you know llamas dont you The brightest young correspondent in WashingtonSenator Peabody of Pennsylvania the leading power in the upper house was a man of commanding character and of strong personality The fact ho used these attributes to advance in the senate the financial interests of himself of Standard Steel and other commercial organizations met with very little protest In Washington That he deserved the title frequently used in referring to him boss of the senate none would deny who had knowledge of the inner workings of the sen ate and tho various committees Senator Peabody was very affable to the reporters especially to those of Halncs stamp who had never accept ed any favors from him and who op posed his methods He aimed to win the friendship of these opponents by diplomacyas he had found that re porters of the Haines sort could not be influenced by money He consld ered a reporter who would take a bribe as a constructive conservative member of society and frequently regretted that so many of the correspondents sent to Washington could not be bought nor had bills they wanted pass ed or defeated Ho extended his hand to Haines as Stevens concluded and said warmly Of course I know the representative of the Morning Star How do you do Halnes 1- III wonder If were not all here on tho same errand suggested the news paper man- Senator Peabody appeared to bo all candorWe came to call on senator Lang don Senator Stevens new colleague hesaidBud Haines dpened his eyes wide By Jove Langdon stock is going up when the chairman of tho naval committee drops In to welcome him You see Langdon went In on a naval base platform explained Ste Tons Our section of the south Is red hot in favor of the government spending its naval base appropriation right there Certainly Interrupted Haines but And there being a vacancy on the committee on naval affairs continued Stevens whoso dignity was offended by tho reporters Interruption the friends of Senator Lnngdon are working to have him appointed on that committee because he comes from the state where the naval base will be located and will like myself bo more familiar with the availability of the various sites suggested than a man from another state Unities nodded Yes of course What towns going to get it senator Senator Stevens paused judiciously UWelJhe said Altncoola and Gulf City are the chief candidates t suppose you had better talk to Langdon about ht The reporter smiled I Agonies Of Pain Never give up aid think that all women yourself included have to suffer palstThousands of women have writ tep to tell how they have cured their womanly IDsand relieved their pains and over a Millies have beea benefited te various safer forms el female dUeue dar lag the past M years by that popular cad swcessfal Hat- Red I WINE OF CAROUI WOMANS RELIEF UI believe I would now have been dead writes Mrs Minnie KyIUI had suffered with bad cramping spells pains In my back sides and arms and awful bearingdown pains Now these pains have all gone as a result of using Cardul At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing symptoms to Ladies Advisory Dopt COrChnttnnoobo Thats just what I camp for senator but I have to go up to the war department now When Senator Lang don comes will you be kind enough to tell him I want to interview him Stevens bowed cordially Indeed I shall Ill tell him hes in luck to have the smartest young man in Washington on time Job All right laughed Bud only dont make it so strong that he wont recog nize me when he sees me Good day And he hurried away to keep a belated appointment Clever boy said Stevens ns the newspaper man disappeared The boss of the senate agreed Yes only Im not sure Its a good thing for a newspaper man to be too clever Spoils his usefulness Makes him ask too many confounded ques tionsStevens acquiesced for it would never do to disagree with tho boss lIIts very kind of you senator he began changing the subject lito come with me to welcome the new senator from my state my old friend and col leagueAn smile a smile yet a cold oneaccompanied Peabodys an swerI have always found Stevens he said that a little attention like this to a new man Is never wasted and I make it a rule not to overlook oppor tunities Again the senior senator from Mis sissippi acquiesced and he laughed heartily at Peabodys keen insight into human nature- I think youll like Langdon Ste vets remarked after a pause and youll find him easy to deal with Just put up any measure for the benefit of the south and Langdon will go the limit on it Even a Republican majority doesnt mind a little Democratic support you know I think hes just the man you can use in this gulf naval base bill You can swing him asked Pea body sharply Stevens drew inen you guarantee closer to PealmimV snapped the bodybossIII elected him and he knows It ho chuckled Tho boss nodded And its likely that a man like Langdon new tp politicsa simple gentleman of the old school as you de scrlbo him might have considerable Influence on opinion throughout the countryLangdons colleague grasped the arm of the senatorial dictator Hes Just tho man we want sena torHes one of those old fellows you Just have to believe when ho talks Holl do what I suggest and be can make the public believe what we thinkThen you guarantee him snapped tho boss Unreservedly senator All right said Peabody Ho goes on the naval committee That ought to be enough honor for a man who a year ago was growing cotton on an old plantation miles away from civilization We have control now of all the land about Altacoola that can be used said Stevens I have had Norton the con gressman from Langdons district working on it There Isnt a foot of land there which we do not now con troll under options and ho added with a chuckle the options were dirt chap Continued on Page 7 If you need a pill take DeW Ills Little Early Risers Insist on them gentle easy plensant little liver pills Sold by fcil druggists t rr1 The CenturyI- N 1009 n vlll have some remarkable articles on LINCOLN including unpublished documents from his own 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of any nclentlQo journal Terms f3 a- earfnur months tl Bold by nil newsdealers 0t CO3010roadway New York Branch Uffloo 036 F BU WashIngton D Co r lV MaA 1+ IISTYLISII Made COMFORTABLE Clothes the latest patterns for Suits IIAllTrousers in highgrade fab Clothes made by modern Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Expeit tailors em I pioycdJ H HUNSCHE CasperMay Co Can eltonInd Lw r IF it is tho surest and safest place you want to have your watch repaired go to T C LEWIS ho knows how and does as ho kijows Ho hasono of tho finest collections of beautiful uptodate JEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought fora Kemeraber is tho same T C Lewis Come he is glad to weloorhe you anx giveyou satisfactionT Lewis Nome Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky L IIST L TIME TABLE EAST MOtJND OloverDort501AStites and Alodora only arrive at Louisville 725 A M Sxpressloaves010verport1010TAIi arrives Louisville 1258 p m Train No 144 Dally fast mall loaves Olo verport 458 pm stops at all way stations east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 7 140 u m accomtaoelation WEST BOUND accommodationleavesstations arrives Henderson 85b am Train No 141 Dally fast mall and express atliawesvlllo arrlvoBtTrain No 143 Mall and Express dally ar rives Olovorport 748 p m Kvansvllle 1036 p m Stops at all stations No 145 dally St louts fast train leayes Oho AMOwensboro and Henderson only betweenLouisvillecars and free oars on trains 145 and 144 between Louisville Evansvlllo and St Louis FordsVHIe Branch EAST BOUND 10nHFordsam leavesVordnlllup mTrain No6 Sunday omy Pordhvllle700 am IrvlnRton 986 am WESTBOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington Ii10am arrives Fordsvllle 255 pTram in No 5 Dally leaves livlngton 708 p mt nrrlva4 Pordsvflle 10U5 pm Dr Charles Stone Permanent DENTIST Office Over cfioVBRPORT oc ifrldga bank fCWSTUCKV u 1 j r 1 gAF f t 1I w u I k ItI- tt Itt 2t 1 i I II II + 1i1 idtt xj k r awn 0j r f I r i t i 0 1J tri i B 4 t i t 4 ti II KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNow FOR COUCHSPRICEFrco AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED EDUCATIONAL COLUMN Edited By County Supt Joel H Pile Hardlnsburg Ky THE CIGARETTESMOKING BOY In Southern School Journal Splendid Article Should Be Read In Every School I FINE ADVICE THROUGHOUT i By William A McKcovcr Owing to the length oUhls excel ent cigarette article nothing else can be given this week Next week I shall give the usual notes and will respond to some criticisms Ive re cently received concerning conduct and personal habits of teachers line a care about the personal p pearance and the personal neat ness and the neatness and cleanlinessI of the school room should be rung into the cars of every teacher until there is no forgetting It One of the greatest menaces to our moral and intellectual wellbeing today is the fact that cigarettesmoking Is be coming a popular fad among boys and young men while the use ofa strong pipe is a close second in favor Go where you will in this broad land of ours and the pale faces blear eyes trembling fingers and the foul stench of cigarette fumes tell the same pathetic story This most serious blight upon the bloom and beauty of our American boyhood is chargeable to parental ig norance and carelessness For the past eight years I have been tracing out the cigarette boys biography and I have found that in practically nil cases the lad began his smoking habit clandestin ely at an early age and with little Ono thought of its seriousness while the fond parents perhaps believed that their boy was too good to engage in such a practice MANY GOOD MEN SMOKE It is riot the purpose of this paper to make an attack upon smoking in general A majority of the best and ablest mien of the country are smokers and they un questionably get a great deal of satis faction out of their cigars and pipes After a man has fully acquired the deIpressionI with his lot and a moro agreeable companion to men anJ women By this I do not mean that the smoker has these advantages over the nonsmoker but I rather that the former through the rein dulgence of his habit gets these results over and above what he has when he goes without his usual cigar Out of one hundred such men whom I inter viewed ninetynine frankly admitted that smoking tends to injure the health and that they would not advise any you nc man to begin the habit This practice is very offensive to many deli cate natures Js somewhat filthy at its best and dtsgussbdly filthy at its worst as the ordinary smokingcar will bear witness Often in public places even refined women are forced to breathe the sickening fumes coming direct from the nostrils of some coarse brutal cigarette smoker Smoking is a practice entirely unnecessary to the development and refinement of the race and it will in tme doubtless go the way of the liquordrink lughabitMOST HURTFUL IN CASE OF BOYS But the serious nature and even tho cruelty of this smoking habit among Photos by Mrs Pike Conn Four Beautiful and Picturesque Views From Stephensport Ky men is at once apparent when we con sider its influence and effects upon boys I have tabulated reports of the condition of nearly 2500 cigarettesmoking school boys and in describing them physically my informants have repeatedly resorted to the use of such epithets as tallow epuny squeakyvoiceiVl sickly shortwirded and extreme ly nervous In my tabulated reports it is shown that out of a group of twentylive cases of young college students smokers whose average age of beginning was thirteen according to their own admissions they had suffered us follows Sorethroat four weak eyes ten pain in chest eight short wind twentyone stomach trouble ten pain in heart nine ren of them apPared to be rather sickly The younger the boy the worse the smoking hurts him In every way for these lath almost invar iably inhale the fumesYSMOKING A MOST SERIOUS OBSTACLE TO STUDENTSIIIP The injurious effects of smoking upon the boys mental activities are very marked Of the many hubdreds of tab ulated cases in my possession several of the very youthful ones have been re duced almost to the condition of imbec iles Out of 2336 who were attending public school only six were reported bright students A very few per haps tenwere average and all the remainder were poor or worthless as students The average grades of fifty smokers and fifty nonsmokers were computed front the records of one terms work done in the Kansas Agri cultural college and the results favored the latter group with a difference of 175 per cent The two groups repress tinted the same class rank that is the same number of seniors Juniors sophomores and freshmenTo Washington Once Gave Upii to three doctors was kept in bed for five weeks Blood poison from a spiders bite caused large deep sores to cover his leg The doctors failed then Bucklens Arnica Salve completely cured me writes John Washington of Bosqueville Tex For eczema boils burns and piles its supreme a5c at Severs Drug Store TI 1TilE PASSING OF A YOUNG MAN The death of Wayne Stanley Reynolds at his home in Kordsville Jan 27 1JfjOg calls from the walks of life a noble young man blights a future of promise and hope and brings gloom and sorrow to MMtllrlU4t w H BowMEit President A Ki SKIILUAN Cashier K L Lmiixroox VcoPre8lclentcJ Cuss SKILUIAN AsstOashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGE BANK Organized 1 872 Capital and Surplus 6200000 Insured in every way and protected by tho very latest equipment Interest paid on tine deposits J Business great and small solicited x the heats ofa fond moth r fntber sister ad brother and casts a pll over a Ilarije circle of friends On January 7th the old Court View hotel Winchester Ky at which he was boarding was destroyed by fire and he was forced to jump from u thirdstory window to save his lie While escap ing with apparent slight injuries it is evident they were more serious than tio doctors knew Those together with the shock of his narrow escape from being burned alive precipitated di letes whIch resulted in his death Being an ambitous young man desir ing to obtain an ideal which was by o means menial he did not confide if be realized his serious condition his falling health and injuries to his fatni y until forced to leave his work only five days before his death He was a young man of sterling woo th strong will manly and I friendsII greet After graduating from the Fordsville High sho d1 completing a business course at Bowling Green and spending a term in the State college at Lexington he accepted employment with the Far mers Bank Milton Ky and from there went to the Merchants National Bank Cincinnati as assistant Individual book keeper and later was made individual bookkeeper in tho Second National Bank Cincinnati His health not being the best be resigned this work and accepted a position with the Elkhorn Coal Coke Co of Pikeville Ky and later went to Winchester with the Hurley Tobacco Society where he was when Fate de creed his career should end I Hamlet had melancholy probably caused by an inactive liver Ab fl JlTfT Makes one cross and irritable causes mental and physical depression and may result disastrously Dullards Herbine is acknowledged to bo the perfect liver regulator If youre blue and out of sortsget bottle to day A positive cure for bilious headache Constipation Chills and Fever nnd all liver Complaints Sold bV A R Fisher PRESIDENT- ROOSEVELT To Be Caned By The State League Of Kentucky Postmasters At the conclusion of the ceremonies at the Lincoln Farm oh Feb 12 1909 the Dean of Kentucky Postmasters Robert E Wood P M at Louisville Ky will on behalf of the members of The State League of Kentucky Postmasters present to Presi dent Roosevelt a cane made of wood grown on the historic farm The ma terial for this cane has been in the shop of the Geo Cross COi of Louisville Ky for some time for finishing and polishing and Will be gold mounted and suitably inscribed President Mc H Webb has called a meeting of Postmasters of the Fourth class of kyon Feb 11at 200 p m at Louisville Custom House to transact II business of importance and to make ar rangements to attend in a body the ceremonies at Hodgensville This will be a gala day for Kentucky post masters and all postmasters are cordially invitedto attend and take part IN THE SP NISH AMERICAN WAR During the Spanish American War many of our soldiers suffered severely from cramp in the stomach and bowels due in most cases to the change of I climate and the water they were obyg ed to drink Mr Geo A Lake of Dennison Texas gives an interesting account of how he came to the relief of some of the men in his regimcntjust as I I was starting for the war says Mr LakeIIMr Davis gave me a large bottle of Sloans Liniment I used itI in our troop at Camp Mobjey for iI cramps and dysentery among the men It took finely and lots of the boys of i Troop L 1st Texas Cav U S V will never forget the name of Sloans Liniment One case in particular was our bugler Fred Ormsley he was cramped until he could hardly stand it I gave him a dose of Sloans Lini mentand in five minutes he was up troopEvery Lini ment in stock You can get it in 25c 5Qcor 6100 sized bottles Its a good thing to have in the house for rheuma tism toothache sore troat asthma and any pain or stiffness About Mrs Taft A very justifiable Interest centers around Mrs Taft the coming first lady of the land and it Is gratifying to read from time to time such appre ciative and complimentary comments concerning her Those who know tier are hearty In their praises of her char acter and ability If personal testimony were lacking her pictures would denote without question a woman of strong character but a genial and kindly temper She Is said to be unusually well read to speak French well to be fond of music and to be an excellent host ess In this connection a comment by Halllo Erminle Rives is especially Interesting It Is as follows William Taft and Helen Herron must have started life oven She has the same straightforwardness the same honesty the contempt of tinsel and sham and pretense Her worst enemy If sho could have one would call her genuine Sho has no affec tatlons no surface veneer no Isms She pas always remained the sweet heart of her husband the playmate and confidant of her children In the best sense she Is a woman of the world She kuows the big business of statecraft and the smaller dicta of so ciety By reading and studying she has kept apace with her husband till possibly there Is no woman In Amerl can life who Is better qualified to dis cuss tho real questions of the dny Surely such n tribute as this Is worthy of emulation by every Amen can woman Stops earache in two minutes tooth ache or pain of burn or scald in five minutes hoarseness one hour muscle ache two hours sore throat twelve hoursDr Thomas Eclectric Oil monarch over pain un n GOOD OPINIONS WISE ADVICE President lantrilis Excellent Address on American Society of Equity Should be Read By All Farmers SOCIETY BEARS NO MALICE Hon J Campbell Cantrill President of the Kentucky State Union A S of E had the splendid letter that follows in the Courier Journal of January 17 Dear Sir Thanking you for the many courtesies extended the American Society of Equity in the past I ask space for the following statement In the report in todays issue of the proceedings of our State Convention just closed at Atadisonville it is stated that IIwas voted a salary of 1000 a year as President of the State Union of the American Society of Equity This is true but the report fails to state that I m de a statement to the conven ion refusing to accept the salary or any compensation in any way even for the act ual traveling expersts for the services that I rendered for the past year at the same time declaring that 1 would accept no compensation for any service to be rendered in the future I appteciate very much the spirit and sentiment which prompted the conven tion to vote me this salary but it was adopted over my protest by the dele gates What I wish the members of the Ameiicau Society of Equity of Kentucky to know is this that I have never drawn a single cent horn the treasury of the American Society of Equity io the past although under the old bylaws I was entitled to 3 per day and expenses when at work and that in the future I do not intend to draw the salary of 100 a Elys Cream Balm has been tried and not found wanting in thousands of homes ell over the country It has won a place in the family medicine closet among the reliable household remedies where it is kept at hand for use in treating cold in the head just as soon as some member of the household be gins the preliminary sneezing or snuffl ing It gives immediate relief and a day or twos treatment will put a stop to a cold which might if not checked become chronic and run into u bad case of catarrh year and expenses as adopted by our convention just closed The principles of the American so ciety of Equity appealed to me HH a farmer so strongly that 1 lmv clicar fully given and will continue to gjve uv time to advance those principles I do not hesitate to declare to the peopl of Kentucky that the great victories tint have been won by the farmers of K i tucky in the mile of tobacco BIO due 1 most entirely O the teachings of tie American Society of Equity The story of its branch organizations was too direct result of those teachings The American Society of Equity IscUI educntional organization It is com prised of precinct county State slid national unions where each memh r however humble he nmy be has a Vo coin its affairs The different tobacco as sociations in Kentucky are but the child ren of the American Society of EqUhy The grave question before the fartxcrs of today is can the childrenthe different tobacco associations survive aid prosper with the parentthe American Society of Equity The American Society of Equity pays for its literature and educational work from tho small dues collected from its members This sum is not sufficient to carryon the work as it should be done The American Society of Equity has nut hundreds of thousands of dollars into the treasuries of the different tobacco associations of Kentucky Will tills associations be grateful enough to con tribute to the success of the American Society of Equity in the future or shall we be allowed to struggle on fighting their battles and ours unaided Today in Kentucky there is K multi plicity of tobacco associations Those associations in sonic sections compote with others The danger to the farmer is as great with too many orgnnizat ins as it was without any organization Yet it was proposed to found still snot rer organizationIt me to utter a word that would hinder any work to organize the farmers but I trust I will be pardoned it I suggest that the American Sociaty of Equity is the logical home and center for the union of all the different tobacco associationsLet Society of Equity send its organizers and workers and literature into the territory of each as sociation and urge the farmers to pool their tobacco with that particular asso ciation and in return let the association which receives the benefits of this work contribute liberally to the support and maintenance of the Society of Equity The Society of Equity prefers to remain an educational organization rather than to become a commercial organization but it hoes insist that the var ous branches which handle the actual busi ness and reap the large monetary profits should generously contribute to the sup port of the paront stem The Society of Equity advocates co operative farming In all farming products and with State organization already es tablisbed in eleven States of this Union it can bringeupport fr in thousands of farmers that no single tobacco associ ation can command The Society of Equity therefore is the natural home for all of our tobacco associations The American Society of Equity is truly republican and democratic in the fullest and truest sense of both term It begins at the farm and builds JJp to the national organization andevermove and step is repored back from the national head to the individual farmer It is a strongly centralized force built and maintained by full and free expres sion of each member I trust the news papers printed in the different tobacco counties of Kentucky if they deem this article worthy of reproduction will lay it before their readers The purpose is to strengthen every tobacco organization and also add strength to the Society of Equity We want harmony not discord we demand peace and order and not an archy in the old Kentucky home wo desire united sellers of farm products to meet united buyers The Society of Equity hears malice to ward none but has love for nil I thank you Mr Editor for your valuable space I thank the members of the American Society of Equity for their highest honor which they have unanimously bestowed upon me the second time and I pledge again my best efforts for their success The membership of the society is the peer of any class of citizenship in Ken tucky and to be their highest officer I consider n great honor to measure up to my responsibility Will bmy ambitiqp J Campbell Cantrill President State Union A S of B FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS 1 GUARANTEED TO SATISFY PURCHASERS SAILVJBldBirwAICElrUXB ctAHf TON LAlEOfc IHIOCrtWOM AVUl7TATCeaKG1t BHOirrMtMlltl- TtoKuUwt lVIiYAKRmLl WiK rta AOillVt Utfr IXATIIUTCII COtectOnn 4KrlUjO FM Haul YttUt UuUiw mlu IATa uaCkkU- jPWCt to M 01111to t a at lU per IlL SitI a 110 el tUS per x10 B avid over tl LOG ptr a F 0 II YOUNGS ISLAND se Our Special Express Metes oa Plants Is VeryLaw We grew the first Frost Proof Plants in 1868 Now have over twenty thousand satisfied customers and we have grown iaad sold more cabbage plants than all other persons k the Southern states combined WHY because our plants must please or we send your money back Order now it is time to set these plant in your see tioh to get extra early cabbaaeand they are the ones that sell for thetl t money 1terms Wrilf to ter petaee iYuanrtd 0 nakylKWIr Ctlrl iyCeIrhc 1 F jYtitr 81 s G J iI n I 1 0 Yr a j P r rt h- l j l 4z k 1 i 1 hitK l r pt 4 tti t r4k 7 z 4rz 4rt 4r3w i 4ri 3wts r tsdk fij r r 5 kr4Ir + rr r II r I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO === Issued Evory Wednesday S Kription Price 100 a your in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charred foi ut tho rate of to cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents por tine Money in adVtll1cc r Examine tho label on your paper If iti is riot correct pleas totify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give heir old as well as the now addr- essSIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 10 1909 a I shall try to correct errors when shown to be errors and 1 shall ndopt now views so fast as they shall appear to be true views Lincoln AT LINCOLN FARM FlUDdT Robert E Woods formerly of Cfoverport now postmaster of Louisville will have the honor of presenting President Roosevelt with a cane from Kentucky Postmasters Little did Cloverport dream when Bob Woods was playing marbles on the sidewalks down hero would one of her sons so soon come in such close relationship with a President of the United States Cloverport may be dry as a bone and slow as poison but many of liar sons have developed into men that any town should be proud to claim Never mind we might furnish Uncle Sam a president yet a 000Pr- esident Roosevelt will be accompanied by Mrs Roosevelt and their charming debutante daughter Miss Ethel Roosevelt to Ken tucky this week 000VWo hope tho sun shines bright in old Kentucky Friday 000 Robert Todd Lincoln son of Abraham Lincoln will not particii pate in any of tho public celebrations of the centennial of his fathers birth Ho said the widespread character of the observance gratified him but ho and his family would observe the day quietly in their own home in Chicago 000C M McGlothlan will be one of tho chaperons of the West Point party that will attend Lincoln memorial exercises It would he pleasant for the Cloverport people who expect to go to Hodgonsvillo to join tho citizens of that place Mr McGlothlan would be pleased to have any Breckenridge county folks to go with them The young people of West Point have organized a chorus and will sing patriotic songs and make merry the trip to Lincoln fIlImf 000 The old Lincoln cabin has been erectedon its original site and will likely never be movedagain Charlie Deans friends at Glondeano aro ure5ng him to make the race for County Judge Charlie would make a good judge His friends all over the county would like to Nee him at the head of affairs in this county Ho is a successful young farmer thoroughly practi cal economical and gives close attention to business Ho is not a pol itician nor an office seeker We doubt if he could be induced to make the race Hawkins Smith is making extensive improvements on his farm on the Branch recently purchased from the Dowell estate Mr Smith is a progressive farmer and believes in keeping tho farm right up to the top notch And it pays to have good barns good fencing and all tho surroundings in order There is no bettor way for a farmer to invest his surplus than in improvements on his farm Farmers are more enthusiastic and are taking more interest in their work than they have in many years There will be bumper crops again next year Farming lis a business where competition doesnt cut any figure Every man can sell all the stuff he raises and so can his neighbors The thing to do is to raise good products It is with keen regret the News learned of tho accident which be fell W L Woodson editor of the American Press last week We sincerely trust that his recovery will be rapid and certain Mr Woodson is a most able editor and his services have been u source of much benefit to newspapers throughout the United States John Allen Murrays play The Power of Politics is scorin wen in all the different towns it is being played Mr Murray- 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guest of Mr and Mrs Chas listweek Mr and Mrs William Hanks were In Clovcrport a few days last week visiting their daughters Mrs Join Wlsenbergcr and Mrs Lee Yeager Vigia the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Dick Wagnlst Is quite ill yet Her recovery is doubtful The other little daughter Is improving slowlyMiss Gvegla Bashamspent several days last week with Mrs Clans lf1 l11IMrs Latetla Robinson and daughter have returned home from a visit to Clifton Mills Mrs John Adair has arrived here from Hawesvllle to spend the remain der of the winter R A Smith and Oscar Black have opened up a general store at Addison Success to them Lafe Williams Is on the sick list Mr Horace Pease of Cincinnati was the guest of Mr and Mrs G W Payne last week Mr Pease Is a cousin of Mrs Payne James Biggs of Louisville was the guest of his daughter Mrs K B Blaine last week Mrs Eldred Powers and children of Owensboro were the guests of her aunt Mrs G W Payne a few days last week Mr and Mrs Wallace Skllhnan of Cloverport were guests of Mr and Mrs R S Skillman Saturday and SundayMrs Nannie Atkinson of Hardins burg Is the guest of Mr and Mrs G WPayneMiss townINancy we are glad to say Is enjoying the best of health this winter while she has never left her room for over four years She Is al ways cheerful loves to talk with her friends and It makes one feel there Is a brighter ray of sunshine in our life after being with her She reads her bible every day without glasses though she is eighty years old = Rosa Sippol of has best story of the Life of herewith LIFE llosa Sippol Lincoln was born Feb 12 1809 in Larue Co Ky in a log cabin His parents were very poor and his father could neither read nor write When Abraham was nine years old his parent moved to the of Indiana and in 1830 to Illinois Ills ather worked on a farm while his mother a garden with the help of her children Lincoln worked all dayrand when his work was dune he walked two miles to borrow a book and would lie down in front of the fire and study Early in the morning he returned the book Lincoln did various things He was a farmer clerk boatman and many other things His wholeUfe was a hard struggleHe captain in the Black Hawk war and when he came back he was interested in politics and was elected to the house of Representatives in 1840 He was a nominee for in 1860 and won- Lincoln was a plain manwith faith in the common people a great love for them and they also loved him In appearance as in character he was a most remarkable man He was six feet tall He had a noble mind and a heart withgHis oratory was simplicity itself but grand and set the slaves free In 186s he said this in of Labor Day Labor is prior to the of capital Capital is only the fruit of labor and could not have existed iif labor had not first existed- I bid the laboring people beware of surrendering Oho power which they possess and which if surrendered will1 surely be used to shut the door of ad van ement for such as they and fix new disabilities and burdens upon them until all of the liberty shall be lost It strange that any man l dare to ask a just Gods assistance inI earning bread from the sweat of other mens faces The same year he fell into the handsI Pretty Woman HI Mrs Allen Kingsbury Is quite ill Il her home In the Vest End Mrs Is suffering from rheuma tism p brr SUteB1 AntiPain Pills relieve Headacbeu Neuralgia aai all FEETsH ITCHfD1 2YEARS Suffered Terribly from Eczema which Made Hands and Feet Swbil Raw Arms Affected TooGave Up Hope of Cure CUTICURA AND WAS CURED I suffered from eczema on my hands arms and feet for about twelve years my hands and feet would swell sweat and itch then would becomo callous and get very dry then peel off nnd net raw I tried most every Jdnd of salvo nnd ointment without success only got temporary relief As soon as f would leavo off using them I would bo lIS bad lIS over I several doctors took arsenic for two years and at last gave up thinking there was a euro for eczema A friend of mine Insisted on my trying tho Cuticura Remedies but supposing thoy were tho same as other cures I had tried I did not give them a trial until I got so bad that I had to do something I secured a cake of Cu ticura Soap a box of Cuticura OInt- ment and a ilottio of Cutloura Resolvent and by tho timo thoy were used I could see a vast Improvement and my hands nnd feet were healed up In no timo I used several bottles of Cuticura Re solvent This was over a year have had no trouble since I think I am entirely cured Charles T Bauer RFD 05 Volant Pa Mar 11 10081 BABIES CURED Of Torturing Disfiguring Humors by Cuticura Tho suffering which Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment havo alleviated among skintortured dis figured infants and chil dren and tho comfort thoy havo afforded worn out and worried parents adpptionas a priceless treatment for tho skin and blood Ecstoma rashes and every form of itching scaly humor are speedily cured m who majority of cases when all elso fails torEverySkineutlrural ChorolatoCoMrmoodRolelChcmCorpojMalled Free Cuticura Book on Skin Dlscajwa rBOYS AND GIRLS CORNER Cloverport been awarded the prize for the of Lincoln and Emma Hngman Skill man deserves honorable mention Both composi tions are published OF LINCOLN- by Abraham backwoods tended Presidency allsimposing- He remembrance independence seems should Kingsbury Pain USED QUICKLY tried of nn assasln John Wilke Booth Lincoln went to a theater nnd Booth entered his private box and shot him through the head He lingered till next morning un conscious and then died The North felt they had lost their greatest Presi dent the South their best friend and the negros their emancipator LIFE OF LINCOLN- by Emma nugmun Abraham Lincoln was born in Hardin now Lnrue county Kentucky His mother died when he was ten years old His fat her could not read or write and you see he had a hard time in getting an education He would gef pine sticks and make a fire and study by them after a hard days work on the farm During the Black Hawk War he served as captain and this is when he got in terested in politics and then he began to study law In 1842 he married Miss Mary Todd Lincoln was six feet and four inches tall He was elected the first president of the Republican party and the six teenth preterit He served one term four years and one month from 18611865 and was elected for another term but was shot before ho could serve it out He only served one month His term was very popular He issued the Emancipation that freed the slaves which went Into effect the firs day of January 1863 He was the only president from Kentucky nnd one of the best we ever had After Thanksgivingdny wife There was a mad actor there and when he got there he shot him through the head His name vas John Boothe He only lived until morning He died twentytwo minutes past seven His death was mourned as a great loss all theyhadtheir best president and the colored people their emancipator He was buried at Oak Ridge Cemetery Ill He would 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Sunday with J D Babbage Jr in Cincinnati Miss Addie G Ditto of Louisville is the guest of Mrs John D Babbage Miss Florence Lewis left last evening to attend the McGaryKing wedding Thos Ferry who has been ill sever al weeks was down in town yesterday Mrs Chas Skillman and daughter Elizabeth were in Louisville last week Mr and Mrs Ike Meyer of Louis ville are visiting Mr and Mrs Alvin SimonsWallace Weatherholtof Derby Ind spent Sunday with his parents at Tob inspori Oscar Powers of Hawesville spent last week here with his brother Wm PowersRev E B English has been called to the Walnut Street Baptist church at OwensboroMrs returned to Owensboro Friday night after a visit to Mrs Byrne Severs Miss Mamie Elizabeth Graham is convalescent and was visiting her friends last week Joe Cooper of Hawesville was here one day last week and his friends were all glad to see him Miss Annie Head of Owensboro was the guest of her cousin Mrs Wm Mattingly last week C C Grant John Avitt JW Brown and Walter West of Lodlburg were in Hardinsburg Saturday Mr and Mrs John Warfield are rejoicing over the arrival of a little daughter at their home Mr and Mrs D S Richardson and daughter Miss Sallie went to Florida Monday to spend the winter Mrs Wilbur Gregory and little daugh ter Francis Lee of Louisville are the guests of Mrs Thomas JJohler Mrs Frank Mattingly and Mrs Ben Ridgeway were in Louisville last week the guests of Dr E C McDonald Mrs J D Brashear of Louisville is visiting Mr Brashear and will also go to Owensboro before her return home Mr and Mrs H A Dawley and little daughter Nancy Stark Dawleyarrived I Doctorssay undoubtedly mean Scotts EmulsionIt be just as sensible for them to prescribe Quinine in its crude form as to pre scribe Cod Liver Oil in its natural state In 4 I Scotts I Emulsion I the oil is emulsified and made jeasy to takeeasy to digest and easy to be absorbed in to the bodyand is the most natural and useful fatty food to feed and nourish the wasted body that is known in 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Mrs ManIc Moorman and daughter Mrs John Kincheloe of Hardinsburg were guests of relatives and friends during the week endvW M Powers who came here from Dukes last Fall for educational advan tages for his children will leave soon for his farm to begin Spring work It Dr and Mrs Chas Wendelken and children of Cloverport were in the city yesterday en route to Brownsville Texas to resideHenderson Journal Jas Cannon lost his home near Axtel by fire last Sunday It was a new house and his loss was 1000 or more All his furniture was destroyed Dr Bush Cloverport 1st 2nd and 3rd Mondays and Tuesdays Hard insburg 4th Monday days Irving ton Thurday and Friday following 4th MondayMrs Addle Ireland of Skillman Mrs D C Williams Und daughter Evelyn and Mr E H Ireland of Evansville were guests of Mr and Mrs L McGavock Sunday Frank Boyd of New York was in Louisville and Owensboro last week visiting relatives Mr Boyd has given his son and daughter Mr and Mrs Marse a handsome home In New JersyMrs Eugene 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has been giving the post office a continual rush every evening this week on account of expectancy of valentines and several of the young society girls have already received boxes of lowers and other charming remembrances of St Valentine Wed nesday night is theIIbig night at the postoffice and the loby isalways crowd ed with laughing and chatting young folks But no doubt there will be something doing at this popular place all through the week until February 14 000I Girls Club 1 The Girls Club was charmingly eni tertainsd last week by Misses Eva and Edith Plank and this afternoon the members will meet at the home or Miss Ray Heyser There will be no meetings during the Baptisreyival 000D- elightful Day Misses Eva and Eliza May and Messrs P D Plank and Lawrence Murray spent Thursday in Louisville Where they attended the Cannery ex hibition at the Armory and also enjoy ed an elegant luncheon at1 one of the fashionable cafes They were chaper oned by Mr and Mrs Van Dyke formerly of this placem 000A- merican Beauties Miss Lula Margaret Severs was the lovely hostess to the American Beauties Saturday afternoon Besides the club memberss thin following were L guests Misses Eloise Nolle Francis Sawyer Elizabeth Skillman and Lenora McGavock 000- Wedding Today Miss Maria McGary of Kirk and Mr Lony King of Hardinsburg are to be married today at the Catholic church jIn Hardinsburg After the 18th of February they will be at home to their friends at Holt Ky Miss McGary is quite an attractive young lady while Mr King is a prosperous farmer near Hardinsburg 000 Miss HaswelPs Pupil Honored The musical contest given under the auspices of the W C T U Friday night was a complete success The program was greatly enjoyed by everyone After the invocation by Rev Park tho musical program was begun and lasted for nearly nn hour and a half While the judges were deciding which contestant was the fortunate one Mrs Lettle Hill May of Campbell the president of this the 30th district of the union spoke of the result of temperance in Georgia and the necessity for 3Missouri to pass laws similar to those of Tennessee and Georgia At the conclusion of her address the judges made ttheir decision which was announced in a fewwell chosen words by Mr L W 1 Rood and Miss Agatha La Forge a- very promising pupil of Miss Llnnle Haswell was the happy winner of the medalDemocrat Caruthersville Mo o 00 Marries ills Adopted Sister Dr Forrest Gabbert of Deer Park Louisville and his adopted sister Miss Virginia Woodwere united in marriage iin Jeffersonville last week The bride iis a young girl sixteen years of age and was adopted when a little tot by Dr Gabberts mother Dr Gabbert has many relatives here who will be inter ested to learn of the wedding 000 Reading Club The members of the Ladies Reading Club will meet at the home of Mrs A R Fisher tomorrow atternoon Miss Georgia White will assist in entertain- Ing 000 Quite a number of informal parties are on for this week 000 Play a twostep and the 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Ilarkcr He had With him only two officers and three orderlies The general told Captain Ovonshlnc who was In command of Fort Hays at the time that he wished to leave Fort Hays the next morning tit daylight to join his regiment and wanted a guide who knew the country tone that would make no mistake well mounted to guide him to Fort Lamed t Captain Ovcnshinc sent for me and Bold me to bo ready sharp at daylight The mute would vet ahead of the horses to go with General Custer and that he wanted me to have the best mount there was at the post At that time the horses at the fort were pretty well run down from many chases after In dlans but I was riding and had at the time us good a long distance horse as I have ever known and he was a mule The general himself was riding a Kentucky thoroughbred- At daylight 1 rode up to the com manding officers quarters and Cap thin Ovcnsblnc Introduced me for the first time to General Custer The gen eral seeing that I was mounted on n mule said to Captain Ovcnshinc Captain I havent got time to dilly dally along the road with a mule I sec that my guide here Is mounted on a mule I want him to have a horse and a good one I said General this Is the best horse at the fort and I assure you that ho wont be much behind you when you reach Fort Lamed Tbe captain explained to the general that the horses were In pretty bad condlti at the tort and that ho had beard me brag so much about that mule that he felt quite sure that the beast was all right The general seemed a little displeas ed and said Well if that Is the best you have I will have to put up with ItWe mounted and started out on the road For the first fifteen miles to Smoky Hill river there was a good wagon road and as we rode along the general asked me numerous questions In regard to the country and the Inv dians and thus we talked along mile after mile Hut the general was going at a pretty rapid gait and my mule was not very speedy on the start but I knew he would finish all right So when the general was not looking I would put the spurs to the mule a lit tle to wake him up However I kept alongside of the general until I got to Smoky Hill river I noticed that the old mule was not panting much but the horses were I told the general that this would be the last water for fortyfive miles un til we got near Lamed that It would be best to water the horses there and If the men required any water they bad hatter fill up their canteens which they did- From this point we struck Into the rand hills leaving all roads It was pretty sandy and pretty heavy travel- Ing for horse or mule but I made up my mind that 1 would show the gen eral from there on that I had spoken the truth about the mule So when the general was not looking at mo I would put the spurs to him and as ho would lunge ahead I would say Whoa there Take It easy old fol low Dont get to frettln We went on like that for a mile or- eo The mule would get ahead of the horses and whenever the general wasnt looking I would spur him and is the mule would forge ahead I would pat him to calm him down Finally the general remarked That Is really quite a horse you are rIding thereOh he Isnt warmed up yet general I said Ho doesnt go good un til he gets his second wind By this time the mule was really be ginning to show his staying qualities over the Kentucky horse that the gen couldIafter mile through the sand hills until finally I had actually to wait on the general n little Every once In awhile the general would remark about that mule But we went on and the gen oral still would not give In We con tinued going until we got within about fifteen miles of Fort Lamed Hero we stopped on a hill to wait for the oil cers and orderlies to overtake us When they got up I showed the genera depression In the sand hills and told him that that was the Pawnee Fork creek and that all we had to do was to follow the creek down and we would come to the fort Now general I said If you have any urgent dispatches that you want taken to your commanding officer If you will give them to mo I will take them on and have them delivered to him You cannot help but find your wayAh he said you are kidding me about what I said In regard to that mule Well turning to one of the officers you bring the escort in Fol low the direction we are going and I will go on with Cody And we started I giving him as live ly a rIde as his horsocould stand until we rpached the fort That night the generals horse died The next morn Ing at guard mount I rode up to theII headquarters of Fort Lamed which was commanded by Captain Dalnger field Parker with whom the general was stopping and reported to him I said that If he had no further use for me I would return to my own fort and that If he had any dispatches he wanted taken back to Fort Hays I would take them as I expected to get there In eight hours on the same mule He laughed and said Well I will never say anything against a mule again S Among the many army officers under whom I have served one of my earliest experiences was with Major General I Eugene A Carr retired General Carr was a graduate of West Point when cabins were more plentiful than frame houses In upper New York state whence be came Graduating In 1850 he went to the frontier and graduated In that old school that made him one I fightersI I was a scout for Colonel Royals command whom he succeeded It has been the pride of my career that he being an officer of such wide experience and ability 1 secured his teem and friendship and in his writings he has been very generous in alluding to my services I had the honor of serving I with him In many trying campaigns notably In that which culminated In i his success over Tall Bull who had long been the terror of the plains with what Is known as the dog soldiersI who were renegades recruited from a dozen disappointed tribes and were composed of the most vicious fanatical I Indians who were opposed to the white mans Intrusion In the west The depredations were of a terrifying na 1 ture and Carr was delegated to pun ish them at all hazards Their contin uous pursuit for many months was a- very I trying one as they employed the Indians methods of annoyance in at tack by safely scattering when hard pressed Knowing that only strategic cunning could eventually effect subjugation or dispersal General Carr proved by his persistent energy and strategy that he was equal to the sit uation It was during the continuous pursuit of these warriors that I met one of my closest calls In an incidental fight which occurred at a point called Elephant rock It was In the spring of 1809 that we reached Elephant rock which Is a point on a rock on the south side of Beaver valley where I found an Indian trail going down the Beaver and following It the com mand went Into camp The general or dered Lieutenant Ward to follow It I being already on the scene I was keeping the Indians In sight while covering my presence from them when somewhat to the left almost parallel with them I heard firing and I after ward ascertained that Lieutenant Ward was In n skirmish so premature that at one time It threatened to cut Hie off General Carr left the command un flcr Major Brown to follow with the wagons and the Indians skirmishing with great daring put up a game fight General Carr followed them until nearly dark and returned to meet and protect the wagons Forming his men In n hollow square he made an orderly retreat the Indians showing great pertinacity In their skirmish tactics so much so that the general got a bullet through the scabbard of his saber Meeting the wagons and getting Into a good position be went into camp but the Indians stayed around all night emitting the crIes of owls and coyotes as usual Next day the Indians wet followed and skirmishing was kept UJ Incessantly Lieutenant Schctoofsky on that occasion came near being am bushed and had n few men killed This continuous skirmishing was ken up for three days with myself almost continuously In the saddle and whip we were In front the general sounder the officers call for consultation 1 will permit General Carr to tell tit story of an affair In which he punished the Indians severely while the stqrj relates also to my connection with the matterI heard some firing In front where the advance guard halt gone out of sight My orders were for the ad vance guard to regulate on tho mall column and always keep In sight of It but as Major Babcock and Lieutenant W P Hall now General Hall were so ambitious and anxious for n fight I thought I would give them a chance and so I let them alone After hasty consultation regarding lack of supplies I sent n bugler to recall the advance guard He came back saying he could not reach them as they were surrounded by Indians The Indians had got into four ravines which headed near tho trail two on each side The half dorcn had led the advance on with insulting gestures and defiant words some could speak and swear In English and when they came between the ravines tho whole poured out around them Babcock dismounted his men and formed them In a circle and stood the Indians off I sent Lieutenant Brady with tho next company to open communications and the Indians supposing the whole command was coming went on as before Reaching the scene we could see the Indians scattering In retreat A figure with apparently a red cap rose slowly on the hill For an Instant It puzzled me as it wore a buckskin and had long hair But on seeing the horse I recognized that it was Codys Powder Face and saw that It was Buffalo Bill without his broad brim med sombrero On closer Inspection I Raw that his head was swathed In a bloody handkerchief which served not only as a temporary bandage but as a chapeau his hat having been shot off the bullet plowing his scalp badly for about five Inches It had ridged along the bone and was bleeding profusely a very close call but n lucky escape However It would not do to turn back Immediately after such impudence so Il took to the gallop and ran them for twelve miles to and across the Repub lean and up the bluffs on the south side where they acted In their usual aggravating style by scattering In every direction after dropping a good deal of plunder We could see them nn the distant lull but could not catch them under the circumstances or with out means of some counter strategic sunning so we went back and camped north of the Republican The ad ranee guard had been relieved and the Indians severely punished with a loss ou our side of but four or five killed and a few wounded this with Babcocks horse wounded and Codys narrow escape as the resulting casualties The object of the campaign was nearly accomplished but our greatest need was supplies which the hot trail had sidetracked In tine excitement of the necessary pursuit of the defiant foe As the country was Infested with Indians and It was fifty miles to the nearest supply point Fort Kearny on consultation with Cody ho decided that It would be best to undertake the Job lilmsclf a point characteristic of him is he never shirked duty or faltered In emergencies I gave him the best His head was swathed in a btoodUiamb licrchlcf horse In the outfit and when twilight arrived he decided after patching up his head a little to bring relief and meet us at a point northwest on the Platte river about a days march onward These were about the most definite directions any scout got in the trackless wastes of those days and it showed tho peculiar sixth sense or acumen possessed by oxperlenced offi rera and why practical scouts like Cody In the wide terrestrial seas of the great plains rarely ever missed connections Cody therefore reached as safely making a successful ride of arty miles during tho night and ar riving at Fort Kearny at daylight DANGER IN DELAY Kidney Diseases Are Too Danger ous For Clovtrport People To NeglectI The great danger of kidney troubles is that they get a firm hold before the sufferer recognizes them Health is gradually undermined Backache headache nervousness lameness sore ness lumbago urinary troubles dropsy diabetes and Brights disease follow In merciless succession Dont neglect your kidneys Cure the kidneys with the certain and safe remedy Doans Kidney Pills which has cured people right here in Cloverport Geo F Meserle living on River St Cloverport Ky says For three months I was unable to do any work whatever My kidneys were in a disordered condition and I could not pass the secretions without suffering intensely and finally my feet became so badly swollen that I was unable to to get on my shoes There was a dull pain in the small of my back which ex tended into my head and although I tried a number of different remedies I was unable to find relief Finally Doans Kidney Pills came to my atten tion and I procured them at Fishers drug store I used them according to directions and in six weeks I was en tirely free front kidney trouble I at tribute my present health solely to the curative powers of Doans Kidney Pills sale by nil dealers Price 50 IFor FosterMilburn Co Buffalo York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the nameJ vatsand take no other Not Too Late Not long after the great Chelsea fire some children In Newton Mass held a charity fair by which 18 was real ized This they forwarded to the rec tor of a certain Boston church who had taken a prominent part in the relict work with n letter which read somewhat as follows We have had a fair and made 18 We are sending it to you Fleaao give It to the Chelsea sufferers Yours truly etc P BWe hope the suffering la not allover B F BEARD President MI II PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier SIZE OF BULLSEYE It Varies According Distance IP Riflo Shooting- A bullseyo Is a bullseyo is nn expression frequently used In connection uutaII11l11arat present conducted have little con ception of what Is meant by n bqllseyo on the regulation targets Tho ranges at which shooting pow takes placo are 200 300 COO GOO 800 000 and 1000 yards For these ranges three targets are employed Tho first Is target A which is Used at 200 and 300 yards tIs six feet tall and four feet In width with a bullseyo In the center eight inches In diameter This Is surrounded by a circle twentysix Inches in diameter Another circle lg fortysix Inches In diameter The bullseyo counts C a shot In tho inner circle 4 in tho outer circle 3 and on the remainder of tho target 2 The B target which Is used at BOO and 000 yards Is six feet square It thofirstthe second circle fiftythrco inches in diameter The value of tho spots Is tho same ns on the A target The 0 target is used at 800 000 and 1000 yards This Is rectangular In shape being six feet high and twelvo feet long It Is divided into threo sec tions by vertical lines three feet from each end In the center Is a thirtysix inch bullseyo surrounded by a fifty four Inch circle A shot In tho bulls eye counts C between tho bullseyo and the rim of the circle 4 anywhere out side of the circle but within tho six foot square 1and at either end of tho target but outsido of tho square tho shot counts 2 points Philadelphia Record Revolts At Cold Steel Your only hope said the doctors to Mrs ME Fisher Detroit Mich suf fering from severe rectal trouble lies in KingsNewAppendldtusevers Drug Store nety Piety Is not an end but n means of attaining the highest degree of culture by perfect peace of mind Hence It Is to be observed that those who make piety an cud and aim In Itself for the most part become hypocrites Goethe Itching piles provoke profanity but profanity wont cure them Doans Ointment cures itching bleeding or protruding piles after years of suffering At any drug store i OHoi The Kidneys Are Weakened by Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys are rt spoiisi blc for much sickness ndsuffcrhig should onedol may 1tllcreloretrouble serious rev are most likely to follow other organs may need attention but kid neys most because they do most and should attention first Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out of order you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected and how every organ badly begin taking the great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers SwampRoot A trial will con vince you of its great merit The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney and bladder remedy is soon realized It stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties have been proven in thousands of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine yon have ine best Sold by druggists in fiftycent and lar sizes You have a sample bottle by until free also a sults Your your have pamphlet telling you liomc iuprwa how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mt ++ take but remember the name Swamp Root and dont let a dealer sell you something in place of SwampRootif you do you will be disappointed A Wise Decision After an Inspection of the IrpproCI roads In Greene county Pa State Highway Comml loner Hunter hail decided that all utato roads built lu that county hereafter shall have n brick surface n also decision ant one that will nppOy to the roads of many other countf s In Pennsylvania and elsewhere says tho National Stockman and Farmer One macadam road Inspected by the commissioner had cost about 91300 u mile In maintenance and experience has shown that most nincadaii roads are costing too much If not Ithat sum Recogni tion of this fact 1s sure to result In more desirable roads In Pennsylvania Other states where road legislation will be undertaken this winter should not miss the lesson New York and Pennsylvania have had In the final successive cost of macadam Dr Muse AntiPain Pills stop pain to lust a few minutes Sold toy druggist everywhere 25 doses 2Se not sold In bulk The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company l BEARDCashier Capital 50000 Surplus 5000 herWoif isjcrinlttedtoc- ontinue dutrIf DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G WJBeard D S Richardson Dr A M Kincheloo C V Robertson B F Beard 3 per cent on time depositsno more Three per cent is as much as ItItPaysbest banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed bank can afford to pay t DTTTILJjyLJaDDDDDDDLJLJJUUaDa C IF YOU ARE A FARMER YOU NEED The American4 Farm Review and Digest of the AgriculturalPress contains the cream of everything published in every other farm paper DItis endorsed by the leadingagricultural authorities of tho country- It contains not only what the farmer needs but just what ho has long been seeking- It employes the largest editorial force ever organized by a farm paper Believing that the wideawake and up todate farmer will appreciate such a publication The AMERICAN FARM REVIEW wo have for the bonofit of our readers contracted 1 1aswith the publisher for a limited number of yearly subscriptions to The AMERICAN FARM REVIEW to bo offered in conpection with a new or renewal subscription to this newspaper I J HERE IS OUR OFFER Fot1S1oowe will send the Breckenridge News and The American Farm Review one year t si D 0Send your orders to at The Breckehridge News Z Cloverport Kentucky I El 1100DODD00000000EIJOD II- J f t iIj v W 4to 1e tunctidy ticon Iy- iior I- w u tls- hot lit 10Uabot atht htrn rna 0P 0Ic II Ictl tla tlg tlII tlC gego II IIC ded1J 1 i tld1 l 1i el 1 C1 cb i dII tt tf IJ t 1t 1 1 J c 1 l 1 l 1 M fcfc fcwFi w1 w1l 1 1 II S f I I I fP f 1 Pt j 11j t q GENTLEMAN FROM MISSISSIPPI Continui d from j ago 2 Feabody grunted approvingly There wont bo any New York for tune In It but it ought to be n pretty tidy bit he said Now It we could only get Langdon Interested directly ior Indirectly In a financial way that would clinch everything Tho senior senator from Mississippi shook his head Its toi risky Hes old fashioned idenIabout practical politics as well as we have of the Golden Rule Fact Is he Senator PcibocZy boss of the senate rather lives by that antiquated stand ard Thats where we get him He owes everything to me you see so naturally hell do anything I want him to By the way theres Norton now Perhaps he can tell us something Call him over said Peabody Norton had been strolling about the lobby hoping to be noticed The flame had lured the moth and It liked the manner of the singeing The con grossman hurried precipitately across Bt Stevens summons Ive been wanting to speak to you genUem n said Norton full of the good trick he had turned but I didnt Ilike to Interrupt you I think Ive done a big stroke for Altacoola to dayEven r Peabody pricked up his ears Yes said both senators together With a keen sense of the dramatic the congressman let hIs next words drawl out with full effect Ive got Senator Langdon Interested financially Interqsted he said His two hearers exchanged a signifi cant glance How asked Peabody sharply Norton sullied shrewdly iMvoll I Just let his son Invest 50 000 of the senators money In Attn coola land That ought to help some Stevens stared In amazement at his congressman his eyes threatening to bulge out of his head What he gasped You got Lang dons money In Altacoola through his Soil II sure have senator chuckled Nor ton Hes In to the extent of fifty thousand and Ive promised that the fifty shall make a hundred by spring Itll make three hundred thousand at least snapped Peabody Norton youve done a good days work By the way a New York client of mine has a little business that I cannot at tend to handily Doesnt involve much work and a young hustling lawyer like you ought to take charge of It easily The tee I should say would be about 10000 Have you the time to undertake It The congressman drew a long breath His eyes beamed with gratitude I should say I have senator Of course It wont Interfere with any of my duties as a congressman Peabody smiled Of course not Norton I see that your Sense of humor Is Improving If convenient run over to New York the cardMyThe ruler of the senate nodded a curt dismissalThank you senator thank you very jjiuchM And Norton bowed and left Rejoicing Peabody turned to Stevens You see even a congressman can be useful sometimes remarked Stevens dryly Keep your eye on that young man Stevens Hos the most valuable con gressman weve had from your state In a long while Does just what he Is told and doesnt ask any fool ques tions This was good work Lang dons on tho naval committee nowI Burei Come Stevens lets go td some quiet corner In the smoking room I I want to talk to you about something I I else the Standard has on hand for you tpdp j Hardly had they departed from thoIlobby when resounding commotion at I tlie e1ntrance followed by tho rushing bf porters and bellboys and an expect ant pose on the part of the clerk indi cated that tho new senator from Mis sissippi bad arrived To be Continued14 There is not say better Salvo thanII than DeWltts Oarbolz d Witch Hazeii Salve We hereby warn the public that we are npt responsible for any injurious c effects caused from worthless or poison 6u imitations of our DeWIWs Carboliz edWitch Hazel Salve the original IttiI 1f good for anything when a salve Is a ededi but It Is especially good for pJe Be sura you gct DaWitts Sold iy sit druggists 4 1 77CLIPPED FROM OUR i The Clarion to Enlarge Next week the Clarion will go back to its old and lamer formthat of a six columnS page pacer the size we for merly printed This is a great deal of additional lat or but we have great hopes that the business people of Hawesville and Hancock county will appreciate the situation and patronize tho paper with additional advertising The county Mill not support but the one paper and it should be of the best If the business people will do their part we shall muke it such a paper Editor Gore Sells The Sun J Rogers Gore hs sold the Spring field Sun to Hugh Leetjmltli who has been connected with the paper for soy oral years Mr Smith assumed charge of the paper with the last issue Mr Gore will go to Louisville where he is to assume the editorship ofa Sunday paper The Newspaper fraternity will ho glad to know that Rogers Gore will not leave Kentucky He is one of the brightest par graphers and editorial writers in the State and he has made the Sun a power for g od in Washington county We gladly welcome editor Smith into the ranks of journalism and wish him unbounded success in his now relations to the Sun Harrodsburg Democrat The News was delighted to receive a copy of the Jessamine Journal last week Moved to Big Spring Mrs Adah Meadornnd daughter Miss Adah also granddaughter Madge Rob ertson Meador of Louisville have move ed to Big Spring Mrs Meador will take charge of the Big Spring hotel Etowu Mirror Installs Linotype Mr Chas F Hart the enterprising publisher of the Morganfield Sun has installed Model No 5 linotype machine in his office With it Mr Hart can greatly improve the Sun which is al ready one of the best papers in the state Providence Enterpri- seINDGESTION ENDS I Misery From Your Disordered Stomach Goes In Five Minutes You can eat anything your stomach craves without fear of a case of Indiges tion or Dyspepsia or that your food will ferment or sour on your stomach if you will occasionally take a little Dia pepsin after eating Your meals will taste good and any thing you eat will be digested nothing can ferment or turn into acid or poison or stomach gas which causes Belching Dizziness a feeling of fullness after eat ing Nausea Indigestion like a lump of lead in stomach Biliousness Heart burn Waterbrash Pain in stomach and intestines or other symptoms Headaches from the stomach are absolutely unknown where this effec tive remedy is used Diapepsin really does all the work of a healthy stomach It digests your meals when your stomach cant Each triangule will digest all the food you can eat and leave nothing to ferment or sour Get a large 50cent case of Papes Diapepsin from your druggist and start taking today and by tomorrow you will actually brag about your healthy strong Stomach for you then can eat anything and everything you want without the slightest discomfort or misery and every partical of im purity and Gas that is In your stomach and intestines is going to ba carried away without the use of laxatives or any other assistance Six Nights 60 as You Please Race How many tired fathers and mothers in this town enter this race every night carrying a baby And they wonder what the matter is Chances are the t child Iis starvingworms are eating ullcc of it food Most children have worms I yours neednt Whites Cream Vermi fuge will get rid of the worms and strengthen the child Price 85 cents per I bottle Sold by A R Fisher Pretty Loud Nell Hes n college boy BeUe1 thought so Kell From his conversa Ih tion Belle No I was too busy listening to his clothes to hear what he had to say Exchange Most disfiguring skn eruptions scroJJ ula pimples rashes etc are due to I impure blood Burdock Blood Bitters is a cleanslugf blood tonic Makes you cleoreyedjclodrbraiued clearskinned I I A Loading Part j My brother has a leading part In I that drama What part He lleads n Jhorse across the stage Intn last act l Cloverport Would Like To Prof J G Crabbo superintendent ofI public instruction in an interview saidI that the Western Normal school might bo removed frotti Bowling Green unless the price on land offered the board of re gents was materially reduced Hopkins ville will take ltWeekly Ky New Era The News wishes The Pineville Sue would set Editor Metcalfs editorials inI 8 point instead of 12 point so there would bo room for a few more of his excellent views and articles Our neighbor the Democrat had fresh salt and ginger sifted through its columnsI last week But Editor Moorman with out ceasing will have to pile in the working powder if he wants that paper to keep rising with the News- Moberlyilaupt The marriage of Mrs Jean AmsdenI Moberly to Mr William Hnupt of Phila delphia wil take place very quietly at 5oclock this afternoon at the Sintou Hotel in Cincinnati The ceremony MelGlbMrs Moberly wilt be married in a brown tailor suit She will wear a black hat trimmed with yellow paradise plumesMr Haupt and his bride will leave Cincinnati tonight going directly toI Atlantic City where they expect to re side until June when they are coming Versailles to spend the summer After that they will make their home in Phila delphia where Mr Haupt js a large wholesale coal dealer Woodford Sun Observations Hang on to your farm No matter what tobacco section youre in hang onI to your soil When you learn scientifici marketing and join your neighbors iuII protecting and enforcing scientific methods farming will be the best business inI the worldTobacco Tidings ROADS ON HILLS How They May Be Protected From Being Deeply Gullied Where a road Is built on a steep grade some provision should be inadi to prevent the washing of the gutters Into deep gullies This can le done by paving Ithe bottoms and sides of the gutters with brick or field stones In order to make the flow as small as possible In side ditches It Is often ad visable to construct frequent outlets Into the adjacent fluids or streams or If possible to lay underground piper or blind drains with screened open Ings into side ditches at frequent In tervals says a bulletin from tbt do partmcnt of agriculture The size of side ditches should depend upon I ho amount of water tinny are expected to carry If possible they should be lo cated at least three feet from the edge of the traveled roadway All side ditches should have a grail unl fall of at least half a foot In I every hundred feet Their sides partic ninny those sloping toward the road way should be broad and flaring so as to prevent accidents as well as tine caving In of their banks Their hot toms should be wide enough to carry the largest amount of water that 1Is likely to flow through them nt any one time Sometimes the only ditched necessary to carry oft the surface wa ter tIre those made with the road ma chine Tine blade of the machine may be set at any desired anglo and when drawn along by horses or by a traction engine cuts Into the surface and spreads the earth uniformly over the traveled way The Secret Of Long Life A French scientist has discovered one secret of long life His method dealsi with the blood But long ago millions of Americans bad proved Electric Bit ters prolongs life and makes It worth living It purifiesenriches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells imparts life and tone to the entire system Its a godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Gushing Me but Electric Bitters cured me entirely Only 50c at Severs Drug Store Fine Receipt For Whitewash R L Newsom was requested to pub- lIsh a good whitewash receipt in The Breckenridge News The following can not be excelled Slack onehalf bushel or unslacked limo with boiling water strain it an l add a peck of salt dissolved in warm water one pouid of powdered Spanish whitinsrand one pouud of white glue dissolved in warm water Mix all these well together aud let the mixture stand for Feverall days When using put it on as hot as possible with brush Regulate the bowel by taking Dr MUM Nerve and liver Fill BO doses 6 ont ftsudlMt mildest auraat I RIGHT NOW Advice of Noted Authority Also lives A Simple Prescription Now is the time when the doctor gets busy and the patent medicine manufacturers reap the harvest unless great care Is taken to dress warmly and keep the feet dry This is the advice of an old eminent authority who says that Rheumatism and Kidney trouble weather is here and also tells what to do in case of an attack Get from any good prescription phar macy onehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kar gon three ounces Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Mix by shaking in a bottle and take a teaspoonful after meals and at bedtime Just try this simple homemade mix ture at the first sign of Rheumatism or if your back aches or you feel that the kidneys are not acting just right This is said to be a splendid kidney regula tor and almost certain remedy for all forms of Rheumatism which is caused by uric acid in the blood which the kid neys fail to filter out Any one can easily prepare this at home and at small cost Druggists in this town andvicinity when shown the prescription stated that they can either supply these ingredients or if our readers prefer they will compound the mixture for them EYE EXERCISE One Method by Which Poor Vision May Be Improved Have you a high roof wag the ap parently Irrelevant question put by the distinguished oculist to the woman who had complained of having bad eyes Higher than the roofs of the surrounding houses 1 Oh yes said the woman a good deal higher Then what I want you to do said he Is to go rthcreevcry lay and look around for half an hour That will do you more good than glasses One trouble with your eyes and with many pairs of eyes In New York Is that you exorcise them so little at long range They are used to looking at short distances only Long distance looking IH rood for eyes Persons who habitually have n wide expanse of sea or plain to gaze upon very seldom have weak eyes Of couire you cannot move cut to the plains neither can you spend a life on the ocean wave but you can let your sight travel across the Hudson river every tiny and I advise you to do itNew York Press Sildfer Balks Death Plot It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot ex isted between a desperate lung trouble and tho grave to cause his death I contracted stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me in spite of all remedies for years Mv weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which restored my health completely I now weigh 178 pounds For severe Colds obstinate Coughs Hemorrhages Asthma and to prevent Pueuuonia its unrivaled sOc and 100 Trial bottle free Guarauteed by Severs Drug Co Not Dressed Fit For the Party- A proud young housekeeper who had been presented with a piece of statu ary was giving a party Shortly be fore the guests arrived she looked through the rooms to see that every thing was In order Missing the Venus from Its place on the hall pedestal she asked the old butler what had been done with It Miss Weeny you mean maam he repliedYes Venus Where Is It Well now Miss Margrlt maam excuse me maam but I jes thought as gemmcns was expected dls evenln Id better set Miss Weeny under the Btaihs Ladles Home Journal Worn Out Thats the way you feel about the luugs when you have a backing cough Its foolishness to let it go on and trust to luck to get over it when Ballards Horehound Syrup will stop the cough and heal the lungs Price 25c sOc and 100 per bottle Sold by A R Fisher The Bird In Hand Lonny Say lets promise to marry each other when we grow up Oracle Oh no I might like somebody else better then Lonny Me too Graclp hastllyOb yes lets do promise Kansas City Times WoBuy FURSHides Wool0 leatheR Tallow lIeetwax in1eDf Golden SenlYcDowKoot May Apple Wild Glcstr etc We are dealer etUbEiLed in 1 8S6Orer half a centuir In Lcuhynloaadcia do better for you than geatt or cotusasog EMfdueU Reference any Bank in LouuviHe Writa for weekly pceliitl and tapping tallo MabeIIofl i 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY 1 = S Si 3t fI Better Than Free Shorthand I textbookJlJ Oi ing regular business letters This is equal to THREE fJMONTHS with the old systems With this system you riSAVEf months time and tuition and MAKE three NextfJFebriPOSITION or refund tuition We have had fifteen calls 1 this month more than we could fill Enroll NOW Gradu1 7atein Bookkeeping in ifl weeks and in Shorthand in 12 weeks Write phone or call for special offer and list of i I graduates whose salaries average 70 a month 1 CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 937 FOURTH LOUISVILLE KYb J I 1909 I9O9 LTHE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY GETREAD1 u FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS The Latest Kentucky MapUp To 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Chart will be given FREE to those who subscribe for the Hvening Post for One Year at 3U or for Six Months at J200 by STall This price only for those who cannot get The livening Post delivered by Carrier or Agent Send for Sample Copy and full description of OctlieTHE VIIINC pnST tnulgvlllc Ky PAPERIISPECIAL PRICEAND TIlE THE EVEINGPOSTWITHI THIS Six Months 250 12 Months 350 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY I Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees 1 If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair In price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at onco and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno D Babbaae Sales 6000 A Year i A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc Annual sales 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the bmnch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with n small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky 3 95085cres on llnrdlosburg and 1C Sinking road 2 miles onestorydwaltlngsblacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 223 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all Rood size Plenty of good water tho year round Onethird cash and Rood easy terms on balance Cifin 7o acres situated IIK miles from 3 OUU Holt Joins Gab Pierce Ridge land In Rood shape Rood fcnclup one good dwel hug bouse 3 rooms 1 Rood cistern 1 barn 30x46 feet 1 nnverfalllng spring two ponds This Is good tobacco wheat und corn land 20 acres In timber whIte oak sugar tree and beech balance cleared Plenty of Rood fruit Good road to 8tephun port 2H miles und Rood road to II ol 1H miles This farm Is not worn outI It Is Rood land and In Rood fix Just the farm for a man with a small family f THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr A Success Mrs HenpeckI married you to re form you Mr HenpeckYou succeed ed Ill never marry again If 1 live to be a thousand years old Illustrated DUs INothing IR moro easy than toecelvo- ottrselvesDemosthenes VtmueWoU andp1 mll6Jtroma Rood big burn bO acres in oak und bvech tImberUeechbohauledLlmcljwnetandtobacco and fruIt Plumy good water year IneasyFUit SALEA farm containing 2O acres asud fiveL4 btoro room over It two goon stock bums 0110 tenant mouse about 5tO apple and poach trees also pears qul ces und apricots most all kinds of small fruits Including a nice ruf1Imlauco tcwlroL 11 urlongCOU SALE A splendid stand for a druggist surroundedbythe place for some young physician to step JuslnesaAnIs the reason for soiling Ior further tartlc Uloyprport = JTao most centrally located and firstclass 200 rate hotel in the Jolty onbIi I Only one block from tho shopping district and two IIllnclp1IItho principal theatres Street cars pass tbedoor to all pare Iof the cltf- Everything neat and clean I IW r Baby IIlIndsJwill aburnSnow Liniment just MS soon us the ac cident hapiens and the pain will be re quickly pralnsRheumatism Soltby4 Ail F- I Y JCOJ Jr4 in K a I 1 IJii 11I t i2- i U I T r j t- I i CI i ii r 1 1 1 j- fr j r J I I Women Who Esteem Peruna Highly Mrs Gray of Wisconsin I Troubled with catarrh of tho head and throat for many years Miss Johnson of New Yorkf Had a bronchial troublo for somo s Months and chronic soro throat t or Bronchial Trouble Miss Harriet Johnson 124 Lark St Albany N Y writes- I had bronchial trouble for some months and nothing did me any good until I took Poruna which I took for three months I felt in much better health in ovory way after I had used it six weeks My throat had always been an annoy anco to mo and each cold would aggra vate tho trouble but since I took Peru na I have not had a bit of trouble with my bronchial tubes and as this was many months ago I feel that it will not return Catarrh ot dead Mrs J M Hitchcock Nowport Wash writes I must now toll you how well Iam and thank you for your kind advico and the interest you have taken in mo My oars aro entirely well My head feels bettor than it had for years before I dont havo headache any more and my oycs are clear and bright and 1 feel that my health ia bettor in every way The tllsagrooablo symptoms wore all gone before I had taken Peruna three weeks- I will answer any letters that may come to mo Peruna was n great help to mo and if r can bo tho means of help ing any one else I will try and do What I canThose who object to liquid mcdicinoa onn now obtain Poruna Tablets which represent the solid medicinal ingred tents of Peruna r t tMr J Biggs who has been in I I charge of the Irvington Produce House for the past three yearn loft lust week to- go on the road for them and to travel for the Willmrlne Oil Works of Cincin nati A number oi young folks wee peas antly eutcrtnin d to 42 at the public hall on Friday evening Mr Jim Dentof Ieitchfi Id spent Wednesday night the guest of Mr nod Mrs Htn y Head Mr aid Mrs John R Wimp entertained informally to dinner Thursday in honor of their son Dr H W Wimp who has just returned tram California Mr and Mrs Louis H Jolly enter tained a few friends to a 42 party on last i Mils Maud Kirtley of Brandenburg after being the giett of Mr aud Mrs Lawrence K rtlcy has returned home Mr G T Marshall and grandson Alton Marshall spent Thursday in GustonT Blythe was iu Louisville last week n u business trip Mr and Mis I Morrison of Louis ville were visitors of Dr and Mrs L B Moormen last Monday Miss Alberta Drury of near Bewley vile has been secured as governess in the home of Mr and Mrs L E Hender son at Basin Springs Miss Lyda McGheo left Tuesday for Louisville after spending two months at home with her parents Mr and Mrs Fi H McGhee MRS LENA OBYRNE Mrs Lena OByrno 626 Madison St Topeka Kan writes Wo have used Poruna in our house hold for a good many years I took it for acough and a tonic My husband used it and thinks there is nothing like it for hay fever from which ho suffered for years I also give it to my children for coughs and colds and my daughter Mary Was cured of catarrh of the head by Peruna It certainly is a medicine of unquestioned merit I I it I to I I a I for I till I I I A A Main was troubled of for so I was for it and I on to of I caught head would so 1 there was a dropping in was very nauseating my out of I she it I a of to what it for I I I had am to a in was goneII I yt rt IRVINGTON ITEMS B Wellussdaytvening IMIs John Nevitt inI Louisville visiting daughter Mary Nevitt who is attending the Sacred Heart Academy has returned I Ladies Aid of Irvington give a Colonial Reception Motday 22 George and Martha Washington receive from 730 to 10 30 in the evening The public is cordially invited and guests requested to in costumes refreshments be served to all presentMrs a short visit to her daughter Mrs J W Heston Tutsday for to he the of Horace Steward Dr and Mrs Henry Stephens last week here the guest of Mr and Mrs Alexander and at Springs the guest Mr Mrs John N vitt Mr Freeman a returned missionary from gave a interesting lec ture at Presbyterian on day afternoon While he was guest of E W Graves Dowell a fine pair of 5yearold to C V Robertson last week Consideration Luther Wilson and Saturday for McQuady for a brief visit to Mr and W D Wilson Miss Mary Lin and Mr Foxwortn and Mr Wathen of Kingswood were visitors of Miss Alberta and Mr Tom Drury Saturday and Bougard Brooklyn- Was aflllctcd for two years with of this throat Mrs OByrne Kansas Has used Poruna in her hoUiie a good many years ClearIHead and Throat Now Miss Maud Bougard 200 12th BrooklynNY wrl tesIII was for two years with of tho throat At it was very slight but cold made worse- I everyll followed your directions very short time began improve III one Bottle and now taking myIi second can safely say that my throat I and head are catarrh at tho I time but still continue to tako my usual dose for spring tonic and i IIfind there is hotter II Words cannot express bow thankful feel my cure as did not know the comfort of a good nights sleep now was continually with my breathing could scarcely breathe through my noso at all But to bed and sleep tho wholo night through without any trouble Healthy Woman ToDay Thanks to Pcruna Mrs L Gray 137 St WIs writes- I with catarrh tho head and throat many years that thought thero no cure that would have to go suffer ing tho end my days When cold my and throat bo stopped up that could hardly breathe and my throat which and mado breath bad and my stomach all order Mother suggested that try Poruna as know of some peoplo who had used with results II bought couple bottles and decided see would do me did not take many doses before know the right and pleased say that loss than two all tho catarrh IIam healthy woman today thanks to Pornna who has been her home The Society will evening Feb will very the are dress colonial Dainty will after left Webster guest Mrs Nevitt port spent Edd Bain of and India very the church Mon here the Rev Mr Taylor sold very mules 350 Mrs children left Mrs Ditto Brandenburg Drury Drury brother Sunuay Miss of catarrh of hold Bt afflicted catarrh first took took am cleared from present nothing bothered now go Monasha beneficial medicine months Mr Foster Lyons has returned from I Louisville where tIe dispose of the lust of his tobacco He had about 32 hogs heads weighing 15288 pounds and reports tobacco business still very good Mrs Nora Board entertained a few to dinner Sunday at her home in Wood land Mr and Mrs Julius Sippel of Louis ville arrived Wednesday and rave tiken rooms at the Peyton House Mr Sip theIbranchMiss Beulah Mudd and Mr Johnnie Jolly spent two days inHardtnsburg last week taking the county examination and they passed with excellent marks Miss Marie Ljddan of Owensboro cause Thursday to be the guest of her cousin Mrs George Lyd3an for an in definite tmir The new Peyton House opened up on last Monda with a fine record and the prospects are that we will have an other good hotel in o T little city One of the sellest social functions of the season was that given at the beauti ful home of Miss Ellen Munford on thj Heights on last Tuesday afternoon Those accepting Miss Muufords iuvi tation were Misses Eva Herndon Wil la Drury Eva and Mabel McGlothlan Nellie Smith Mary Peyton Mesdames Chas Chamberlain R B McGlothlan E W Graves Harry Keiuoer Edwin Jolly and Walter J Piggott Dr Boggess of Louisville came down Wednesday in consultation with Dr L B Moremeu in regard to Mr J F Clay comb Dr Boggess reports him jetting along nicely Mr and Mrs William Harrison of tIMArWWIJv tAVJW 11N UMtW J CRAFTISuccessorI Wishes to thank the patrons of tho old tirmfor thoir AshcraftIIfor tho future Wo will keep the same general line of guarantee our prices the lowest If you want anything in ments wagons buggies Hardware Lumber Furniture Carpets and Mattings you know that you can get it from me at the lowest price Please remonber us and call when your needs require RespectfullyJ In order to close up the business of the old firm we wish all parties know ing themselves indebted to it to call and settle at oneDIII Korea will tell oj their missionary work while there on SUnday afternoon at 330 oclock at the Methodist church Everybody cordially invited to come Mr Taylor Wndkins of Louisville was iho guest of Mr and Mrs J M Madd lustI week A Misiioimry meeting will be held with Mrs L n Moorman Feb 16 WHO OWrJS THE A1137 Ancient Lel Maxim Says Man Owns Lard Up to the Sky It Is sufi It moot point whether or not the Hvlng of airships over private property may be opposed by due proc ess of law In Enplfuul there is an ancient max im embodied in the English common law which says lie who owns the hind owns It up to skies This venera ble rule n legal authority points out fg as good today as ever it was and is full of menacing significance to the airship builder The effect of this rule Is to give the owner of laud the exclusive right fo the free enjoyment of the air over and above the four corners of his holding and any interference with that enjoyment however apparently slight nnd harmless constitutes n trespass for which an action may be brought Applications for injunctions against airship owners and actions for trespass by aggrieved landowners are not un likely proceedings in tho near future Now York Sun A Success Mrs Henpeck i married you to re form you Mr ncnpeck You succeed ed Ill never marry again if I Iivcto be a thousand rears old Illustrated Bits lNothIng is more easy than to deceive ourselvesDemosthenes VERMONT SNOW ROLLER Simple Device For Packing Down Roads After a Snowstorm R G Brock a Vermont man tells In the Rural New Yorker how to use nnd make a snow roller Snow rollers he says arc used for rolling the highways after a snow storm to pack the snow down which whet frozen makes a road ten fo wide The diagram shows that UK are made with two drums four nnd half feet long nod five feet In c IASNOW ROLLER a two inch steel sbnr running through in which the drum turn independently thus permittlr them to turn a corner easily Tl drums are made of two inch oak tb heads being double and hooped wl1 two by half inch tire iron The dniyi are hung in a svrong frame the pin goes through between them and fh- are about a foot apart A seat frau Is placed on the main frame over ti drums with a place for tools ct Four horses are required to haul tl snow roller on the level river road and six on the hill roads I AUTOISTS AND GOOD ROADS Kansas Club Formed For the Improve ment of Public Highways The advent of tho automobile and Its use on country roads have caused an awakened interest In good country roads and the owners of autos work Ing In conjunction with the farmers should before many years result In greatly improved roads The auto own ers of Newton Han have organized a club which In IXarvey county marks the beginning of an important good roads movement and the success of this club in the work undertaken will be watched with interest says the Farmers Advocate It the planlIH practical state vider organization of a similar character will result The Newton club has a permanent roads committee to make frequent trips over the various public high ways diverging from the city ard make note of such spots as may re quire improving and confer with the road overseer of tho township where in these bad places exist and arrange to have the necessary attention given the automobile club furnishing one half of tho money required to accom pUsh this It Is also tho purpose of the club to promote harmony among residents who own autos and residents of the rurall districts Nifturally the farmers have a feeling of Dislike toward auto mobile drivers some of the drivers are careless and tyke no precaution to avoid scaring toxins they pass or meet It is the intention of the club to dispel this feeing on tho part of farmers so that better feeling will prevail all around TOBACCO NOTES Foster Lyons sold last week 7 hhds of Burley that brought him nearly 1900 000Taylor Cook of Ouster sold 12 hhdsof Burley In Louisville last week at an average of 1060 per 100 pounds This Is probably the largest and best sale yet made 000 James Hazelwood a tenant on Jim Deans place near Glendeane raised 6000 pounds of one sucker on four I WKLYC- OURIERJOUHNAL HENRY WATTERSON Editor Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 1 100 a year but you can get the COURIERJOURNAL and th- eBRECKENRIDGE NEWS Both One Year for 150if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the CourierJournal Daily Courier Journal One Year 600 Sunday CourierJournal One Year 200 We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper i c RURAL TELEPHONES I Iff a Mr Farmer are you interested If so call on themf manager oftho Cumberland Telephone r FarrCUMBERLAND TEl 1 EPIIONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY 1t f Incorporated r I Pioneer Fence Wire III II lOne of the best Fence Wires made and is adjustable to the ground You can make a tight fence pn rough ground as well as on smooth We carry it in the following sizes 47 in high at 29c per rod 39 in high at 26c per rod 33 in high at 23e per rod 27 in high at 21c per rod CEOII MCc uBINSSTKENTUCKYRJ L 10 acres It brought the top price 9 0 and 3 000ii Wm Bowman raised four acres that panned out CSbO Mr Bowman is another man who knows his busi ness when itcomes to raising tobacco poo Moorman Howard of Glendeane have received 1115000 pounds of tobacco and paid out over 80000 Glendeane is one of the tobacco centers of the county ooo Jesse Pile of Buras was in Louis ville last week selling cattle and hogs He says the market was a little off but prices were satisfactory Mr Pile buys and feeds his on stock and says It pays 000 W and J Mattlngiy of Long Lick delivered to W B Moorman Son one of the cleanest crops of which we have heard They httd in five r I acres which weighed out 0350 pounds only06poun TheMattinglys They know how to raise It and their cropalways brings top prices It Is quality and not quantity with them SEI I tMtp rcBuarsnteedU f Every Oar10ntrllu1 Planter ihoniatcttUis uperor meril of pur NortbornOruwnbePdwSPCCiMLs i FOR 10 CENTSwo will en4 postpaid our I 1ps0DarrmsioLEC II 54I pkf Prison 11oIIb 1 1 pka HlfGioiTw Stirrr tApta Vttlf Arrvrl ivi i lot e 1 Jt leeJJfoIVuloUUUIM NeepeklKandwlthouT Tea one rmlntaya liirdn pall r I Ir1341t n1M1OJCTlIils itot i1t 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