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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t k JT k t x THE BRECKENRIDGENEWSbj ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT jl VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 1909 8 Pates NUI 32 i j 11 it f pxh t ff jt t j a If yrs Ii r j t dII l- 4ty i ttf ts- w f rI- It l I fI f- rJ L r g kiii t itt i x oJ 1 rA 4 4tC = r4i i h WHERE LITTLE ABE LINCOLN LIVED IN KENTUCKY t Breckenridge and Hancock County Folks Enjoy Lincoln Centennial Celebration on Lincoln Farm at Hodgenville Friday T PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT SPEAKS AND SMILES app IThe day was dark and dreary But the crowd was bigand cheery CloverIportI go to Hodgenville to attend the celebration of the one hundreth anniversary J of they birthday of Abraham Lincoln Kentuckys noblestson and Americas J greatest president Those who went 1 from here were Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry John D Babbage Joe FitchII Lafe Behen and Harold Murray They had a fine time together and those who joined the party were Hon D C Moorman Glendeane Allen Kincheloe Hardinsburg Sam Dix Stephensport G A Wright and Sam Beavin Mc Quady Miss Dood Adair Miss Brownie c Adair and Harry GansHawesvllle Miss Itona Price Jas Rlcketts and Mrs Bishop Brandenburg T L CurtisI h Glendeane J W Gaines Fordsville Marsha INorton I Mr Marshall Guston Walter Henninger West View Sam Jackson McQuady Long Walt At Cecellan If any one asks me if I was ever at Cecelian I will tell them 1 spent the day there Feb 12 said Miss Dood Adair The train which the above named persons were on was delayed About three hours at Cecelian in order t to let the Presidents special pass F After the party arrived at Hodgenville they got in road wagons and drove to the farm President Roosevelt had driven on ahead of them in a carriage that cost Mr Collier 115 just for that drive to the cabin- Program Carried Out The program for the celebration was carried out to the dot All the ceremonies were held under the big tent on account of the threatening clouds and cold bleak winds The Rev E L Powelll of Louisville pronounced the invocation after which Gov Wilson de livered the address of welcome on behalf of the State of Kentucky Gov Folk of Missouri Introduced President Roosevelt At 230 oclock President Roosevelt laid the corner stone of the Lincoln Memorial Hall and dedicated the Lincoln farm Bob Woods And Teddy Yes I saw Bob Woods and Teddy flash teeth said Mrs Fred Ferry Just as the President started to get in hit carriage Bob Woods stepped up and caned the President for the Ken tucky Postmasters Teddy smled and showed his lower teeth and Bob smiled and showed his upper teeth The cane was magnificent with a gold head was proud of Bob said Mrs Ferry because he was from Cloverport Winked At Ethel I have seen Ethel Roosevelt three times said a nervy hill billy to Harold Murray I winked at her but she paid me no mind the youngster continue- to J Mr Murray chatere dress is prett and bluewith that white fur lining a aint it And her mudder gots one on like it only purple haint she Mister said Mr Murrays unknown acquaint ante Mr Murray brought home a cane that he cut from the farm him self There were plenty on sale but I wanted to be sure mine came from th place where little Abe played I also got a drink from the spring e Had Letter From Lincoln Sam Dix had an prlginial letter whichl Lincoln wrote to Samuel Haycraft of Elliabethtown In 1800 Mr Haycraft wasi the grandfather of Mr Dlx TheI letter attracted great crowds at Hodgen vine and Mr Dix was busy all day showing It to Interested people Hodgenville Decorated Hodgenville is a pretty town Mid Mr Babbage There are many f itMMUtiful homes there and a handsome i ooilege building that looms up in the pittance Stars and stripes hung at iw +fry door and window and the latch bWdJW on the out aiclei to that hug crowd 6C patriotic vteltors a X r n 1 West Point Delegation- A large crowd of citizens of West Point went to the farm in a body Thry were badged and were boosting the Lincoln pike plan Tho pike will be by the way of West Point and will be a great path for them WellKnown Loulsvllllans Among those who attended from Louisville were D W Fairleigh andtsons La Rue and David Fairleigh Logan Murray Col E Polk Johnson and Ed Jonas who had Interesting acccounts of the celebration in The CourierJournalThough did not shine thec event will ever be bright in the history Iof America and the strains of Dixie J Star Spangle Banner and My Old J Kentucky Home will ring long in the ears of those who heard the bands playII on the Lincoln Farm February the twelfth 1909 ACT QUICKLY Delay Has Been Dangerous in Cloverport I Do the right thing aT the right time Act quickly in time of dauger Backache Is kidney danger Doaus Kidney Pills act quickly Cure all distressing dangerous kidney Ills Plenty of evidence to prove this Henry S Seng IIh ing two mil west of Elizabetht wu Ky says II have suffered severely irom kidney tIt lle fur the last four or fiiroars At times the pains would he so fevere after r st less night that I wm hardly able t get around If 1 sat i a chair for some lime 1 was only abl to straighten with ttteat misery Accompauying this backache was an annoying condition of the ki neys When I sew Dans Kidnev PIII advertised I procured a box I torte to take them stuctly accoidinj to d rec lions and they quickly cured th at ack During the la t Jew yoirs when II elt a recurrence I again resorted to D nils Kidney Pills and the results wme jut as satisfactory as m the first instance Mrs Seng has also used then with good results and wo bulk tiling there is notu Ing for kidney trouble like Doans Kid ney Pills 50Icents Foster Mllburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the Uultctf States Remember tile namc ans and take no other thandHielySalve We hereby warn tho public that we are not responsible for any njuri us effects caused from worthless or puison ous imitations of our DeWitts CurbuHz ed Witch Hazel Salve the original It is good for anything when a salvo is needed but it la especially good for Soldeby all druggists 5000 CONVERSIONS IRev Billy Sunday closed a five weeks meeting at Spokane Cal Feb ruary the seventh There were over fivethousand conversions and a free I will offering of 10000 was given Mr Sunday He will begin a meeting at I Springfield Ill February 20 IMost diefigaringskin eruptions scro fula pimples rashes etc are due to impuro Dloocl Burdock Blood Bitters is a cleansing blood tonic Makes you cleareyad ierbrained clears clnned I I I uRlrei downstairs 26 Fourth street trot phones Owensboro Ky I Ii AM GOING TO DIEI SAID MRS MERSERVE Wife of WellKnown and Success ful Lumber Man Dies Sudden ly Thursday Morning WAS BORN IN OXFORD OHIO Thursday morning at 230 oclock Mrs Meserve called liar husband and told him she would die in a short time and asked him to send fr the children Mr Merscrve was almost frantic but he managed to get word to their sons who nil live in the little inland village of Minnleville atthe entrance of Tar Springs They came quickly and within thirty minutes after Mrs Merserve hid said I am going to die she died as easily as she had gone to sleep the last evening of her life Dr Lightfoot went to the home immediatelyMrs had been complain- Ing for several days but her death was very unexpected The day before she had made plans and arrange meats for her Thursdays work and though she never dreamed of her death then she had gotten ready for it years ago She frequently told her and husband she was ready to dieBefore her marriage to Mr Mer serve she was Miss Cora E Morris and was bjrn in Oxford Ohio in 1835 Mr Merserve cume to Kentucky from New Hampshire and Is one of the most successful lumber men in this section of the State His wife is sur vived by him and three sons S A Merserve Carl W Mer erve an Ernest Merserve The funeral and interment toot place Friday afternoon at 2 oclock al Blackford Church in Hancock county The services were conducted by Me Tom Baker It youad a fill iHk DeSViti Littl Kany Ruers In is on them gentle easy tiesoant liulc liver pills Sold b nil dnikgiss Lntc iin isuuvenirv M pas H tnb oujjn of HtgI nville sent tte New d m t ante ctive Lincoh S uven r iVo ram last w k It Wa Issuid fr in the Haral i Itery Mr Ha sb ougu has i recently nod somi sieve md interesting rUcles in the Louisville Times ab ut the jncolu Cen ttnnin- lOe ti orc lUau delightsl d secondson at the home of fir and Mis Shelby Conrad H4RDINSBURGLOCAL NEWS I Mr Evans Will Leave B F Beard Company February School Money Will Be Sent Soon PERSONAL NOTES OF INTEREST Mr and Mrs David Penick of Custer ar the guests of Mrs Penicks parents Mr and Mrs John Stith I Charley Beard is again on the streets after being ill for several weeksSupt 11 Pile and Division Chairman Jesse Whitworth went to Frankfort yesterday to consult State Superin tendent Crabbe upon school questions Little Catherine daughter of Dr A M Kincheloe fell last week and so severely bit her tongue that she could take no nburishment for several daysMiss Mary Smith daughter of deputy sheriff S T Smith is the guest of Miss Mary ORellley Finley Miller spent Sunday in Louis ville News from F ankfort states that the February school money will beI j about two weeks late in being sent to the Superintendents for the payment- of teachersMrs Board Sr and Mrs T J Hook were visiting Dr and Mrs Milton Board of Louisville last week Dr McMullln was at Robards last week visiting his father who was very Illd President and Sirs J W Hughes of Kingswood College are in FloridaH for the remainder of the winter Geo W Evans will sever his con nection with B F Beard Companys store March 1 Mr Evans will leave decideeI a where he will go I Mrs George Moss has returned tc St Louis after a months visit to Dr I and Mrs Arthur Mather Mr and Mrs Mike Seim have returned from a visit to Cloverport t Mr Fred Ferry and his motherI iIIMrs Nannie Ferry were guests of General and Mrs D R Murray afeadIIj days last week i Presiding Elder A P Lynn of Ellzabethtown will fill the pulpit of the M E Church South Sunday morning Dr Mather has accepted1 an invitation to preach at Glendeane at that time Misses Carrie and Mary Walls are I at Chenault for a visit of two weeks r J F Jarboe of Chenault and his brother Fladge Jarboe of Caruthers Celebrated Golden AnniversaryI Mr and Mra Stinnett Sr who recently celebrated trip Golden Wedding Ann 11versuryatf Lewisport Kv They were given a grand reception at tut City Hall and many jfriends were present t 5I 1 it rested in f dence that food be light Ii1 and is asafe the alum are the menacers to of the day L IS THE ONLY BASING POWDER FROM ROYAL GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR ville Mo were the guests of Lewis Jarboe a day or two last week Percy Huston of Louisville is here for a two weeks visit 1 Hamlet 1 inactive liver i I takes one cross and irritable causes mental and depression and may resultC Balltirds Herbine is acknowledged to foe tho perfect liver If youre I blue and OUt of sortsget a bottle to day A positive cure for bilious headache I Constitution Chills and Fever nnd all liver Complaints Sold by A R Fisher NO DEFINITE FOR Master Mechanic Plank Trying to Make for Gen Supt Irwins Directions To Be Carried Out j CIFV FOLKS MIGHT BE BALK Plans are afoot now said Mr Plank In talking to a News repres entative to bring all the engineers to Cloverpjrt If matters can be so arranged as Sept Irwin wants them headquarters for all the L H St L engineers will be in this city as they were be fore the administration of Mr Van Alstine But there have been no ar rangements made nor plans perfected Should the change take place tenor more engineers and their famil ies will have to come back to the country after enjoying Louisville life fbr a dozen years or more ELOPED Ybun Folks of lamed Go to Hoosier Slate to Link Their Mr Ace Duggins and Miss Pearll Snyder bright young of flamed eloped Yincennies Ind last week and were nmrrjed The bride la the popular daughter of tho late Newton Snyder and the groom is the son of tho Hev Joe Duggins SICK LIST Inclement Weather Causes Many To Have PneumoniaBaptist Revival There is much illness in Cloverport and many have had pneumonia There is a large number ronorted ill as th News goes to prose who are as follows Mrs Wm Hofflus J T Lewis Jr Little Mary Currie Ruttier Pate O B Mattingly Jr Samuel Edward Conrad Miss Anne Jarboe Mr Milt Smith Mary Owen Oalze There is also Mines In the homes of Mr and Mrs Lee Yea ger Wm M Cracken Mr and Mrs I Staallwoqd and Mr and Mrs Powers r B N PowrnThousands of millions 5 BakingPowder in making bread biscuit and cake in this country and every housekeeper 1using has perfect confi her would sweet perfectly wholesome Royal guardagainst cheap powders which greatest health present LIRADE i thadphysical dlsatrouslyCregulator PLANS ENGINEERS Arrangements Monday Hearts people Postponed DR It L r41 W uM Although Dr Newsom has the ap G pearance of a man sixty years of age he celebrated the seventyseventh anniversary of his birthday the- wentysecond of last month Dr Newsom has resided in Clover port continuously for the last fifty eight years He commenced the drug and mercantile business in 1854 and continued the business until 1879 since which time he has been engaged in real estate carrying on the Har dinsburg and Cloverport turnpike r road and other incidental enterprises Dr Newsom Is active and alert In matters of business and has been most successfulHe one if not the best educated men In this part of the State and people frequently go to hint for valuable information Dr Newsoms parents were VIrgin- ians and emigrated from the State of Virginia In 1828 and bought land in West Springfield 111 on which the Llncoltl monument now stands Contents of This Weeks News Hardinsburg Items I Irvinptqu Personals Kindly Criticisms Elucattonal Col umn Society Notes- Gentleman from Mississippi Buffalo Bill Stories Valuable Advertisements Editorial Paragraphs What Folks Say About The News Tobacco Notes Of Interest to Colored Folks Personal and Local Where Little Abe Lived eDeath Accounts Sick List- Stephensport News r Court Notes Wedding N iticesSV i What Cloverport Woven Doytti 1t I I jIV SV J t I a t 4 tb- rr 1- r r f t tt a w es I t II i tti f A GENTLEMAN FROM MISSISSIPPI By THOMAS A WISE Novelized From the Play by Frederick FL Toombs COPYRIGHT 1809 BY THOMAS A WISE CHAPTER V THE BOBS Ol THE SENATE INSPECTS A NEW MEMBER N actor playing the role of a high type of southern planter would score a decided success by pic turing tho character exactly after the fashion of Senator William H Langdon as he strode to the desk of the International hotel A wide brim med black hat thrust back on his head a long black perfecto in his mouth coattails spreading out behind as he walked and the Big Bill Langdon smile on his face that carried sunshine and good will wherever he went bo- W s good to look on an inspiration particularly in Washington Following the senator were Miss Langdon and Hope Georgia leading a retinue of hotel attendants staggering under a large assortment of luggage Both beautiful girls they caused a sensation all of their own Carolina a different type from the younger had nn austere loveliness denoting pride and birth a brunette of tho quality that has contributed so much to the fame of southern women Hope Georgia more girlish and a vivacious blond was the especial pet of her father and usually succeeded in doing with him what she chose A real senator and two such young women handsomely gowned seemed to take the old hotel back a score of years back to tho times when such TheunclentInternational lived again How are you senator Glad to welcome you sir was the clerks greetingTho senator held out his hand Everybody was his friend Glad to meet you sir glad to meet you ho exclaimed Must make you acquainted with my daughters This Is Miss Carolina Langdon this Miss Hope Georgia Langdon The two girls with their fathers Idea of courtesy shook hands with the clerk who was not at all taken aback by the unexpected honor Hope Georgia was thoroughly de lighted with everything but Carolina I looked at the worn and faded walls I rind furnishings with evident distaste Oh this is Washington murmured Hope Georgia ecstatically clasping her J hands find gazing uta vista of arti I ficial palms In a corridor Ah this Is Washington sighed the J new senator contentedly as he gazed across n hall at the biggest and most I Korgootjs risnr stand he hud ever seen t r over hoped to seethe Only new thing mIlled to the hotel since Grant was president Truly magnificent establishment you Jiavo here sir magnificent he exclaimed us nn imitation marble col umn canto within his purview I remember my friend Senator Moseley Bpcaktiig to me of it thirty years ago Are our rooms ready The clerk hugely pleased hastened to assure him that everything was in first class order waiting v hiYoubettor go up girls while I look around a bit and sort of get theI hang of thIngstYes I think we hod better look around a bit too before we decide tauter said Carolina diplomatically- Her father patted her affectionately on the arm Now dont you worry Carolina I nee you think this place too expensive t from its looks too good for us But I tell you the best even this Isnt too good for you girls and your dad Run away and Ill come up and see you soon The new senator leaned his elbowII on the desk surveying the placeII understand this is a favorite haunt for the big men of Washington saidThe clerk eagerly agreed beII IIalliJusi ago Boy findtt Senator Peabody and Senator SteIvens and tell themII Senator Langdon I Is here Thetwosenatorst tImyou Langdon glad to see you exclaimed Stc Boy find Senators yens with an as Peabody and Stc sumption of of vans fusiveness I want to introduce you to Senator Pea body of Pennsylvania- Peabody bowed and Langdon held out his hand Im delighted to meet you senator This Is a proud day for me sir Peabody bad put on his smoothest and most polished manner I came especially to meet you Sen 1 ator Langdon ho said Although wo are on different sides we may be Interested in the same things I hope I we shall see a great deal of each otherLangdon chuckled Thats mighty good oi you senator Im depending on you experienced fel lows to nut mo through Dont know I much about this tlawmaking business you know Raising cotton arguing tho government and bossing niggers have been about tho extent of my oc cupation for the last forty years BO I reckon Im not much of a practical lawmakerOh learn youll learn quick ly assured Peabody With Stevens here for a guide you cant go wrong We all look up to Stevens Hes one of the powers on your side Hes an able man is Stevens The new senator from Mississippi gladly corroborated this Youre right sIr1A great maul I tell you when he told that legislature what they ought to do Senator Pea body they did It If it wasnt for Stevens I wouldnt be here now In mock protest the senior senator from Mississippi raised his hands Now now Langdon dont say that Your worth your integrity your char acter and our old friendship got you the senatorship The old planter laughed gleefully Sure Stevens I have the character and the integrity but I reckon the character and integrity wouldnt have done much business If you hadnt had the legislature Clearly delighted Peabody consider ed it Certain that this new senator knew Just the way he should go and would cause no difficulty His keen sense of gratitude made him appreciate how he had been elected Peabody literally beamed on Langdon- I hope we shall be able to work a good deal together senator he said I have the interests of the south at heart particularly with regard to this new naval base Perhaps we may be able to get you on the naval commit I tee Me laughed Langdon Well tbatII would be going strong But I tell you Im for the naval base For Altacoola suggested Stevens Langdon hesitated Peabody and Stevens watched him as eagles watch their prey from the mountain crag I Well it looks to me like Altacoola ought to be a fine site But the actual place Isnt so important to me I tell you gentle men ho said in impressive seri ousness that rang wlthsturdy Amer Jean mnnhoodI tell you that what is important Is that the great sweeping curve ot the gulf shall hold some of those white ships of ours to wit t c hrrAltacoola or 8 ItIJ over the lJullescsted Stoves and the canal and to peep an eye ou r South America And right there on our own south ern coast I want these ships built and equipped and the guns cast and the men found to man them I want the south to have her part in the nations defense I want her to have this greutI naval city as the living proof that Is again Just one country the United Statesand the north and the south both have forgiven Senator Peabody clapped the new member on the back Good he exclaimed Youve got o make some speeches like that Well have you as the orator for the naval baseLangdons eyes opened wide Orator he gasped Mel An ora or Why that was oratory good ora tory exclaimed Stevens with enthu lIasmII all that oratory Why that waaonly The truth Well see that you do some more oft then laughed Peabody Remember we count on you for tho naval baseFor rural simplicity hes perfection whispered Peabody to Stevens as they left the planter Hes a llv ing picture of Innocence Well push him forward and let him do the talk Ing for the naval affairs committee Hiding behind him we could put a through almost any kind of a proposi tionOnco more did tho senior senator a from Mississippi acquiesce CHAPTER VI NEW FBIENDS AND AN OLD 1NEUTI ANGDON gazed at the two departing senators with varied emo tions He sat down to think over what they had said and to carefully consider what manner of man I was Peabody who showed such an inIJ terest in him He realized that ho would have considerable intercourse II with Peabody in the processes of legls lation and finally hud to admit to himself that he did not like tho senator from Pennsylvania Just what It was i Langdon could not at this time make certain but ho was mystified by traces of contradictions in the Senators char acter slight traces true but traces nevertheless Peabodys sympathy were to cordlalitynndII oarlly genuine and partly false Just want was time cause or or the necessity for the alloy III the true metal be could not fathom Ills talk with these famous lawmak ers was unsatisfactory also in that it had conveyed to Langdon the sugges tion that the senate was not primarily a great forum for the general and ac tlvo consideration of weighty meas ures and of national policies It had been his Idea that the senate watt pri marily such a forum but the altitude of Peabody and Stevens had hinted to him that there were matters of Indlv ual Interest that outweighed public or national considerations For Instance Come atom colonel Yo cant sit hcah all day they were anxious that Altacoola should have the naval base regardless of the claims or merits of any other section That was unusual puzzling to Langdon Moreover It was poor business yet there were able business men In the senate Not one of them would for Instance think of buying a site for a factory until ho had Investigated many possible locations and then selected tho most favorable one Why was It he pondered that the business of the great United States of America Was not conducted on business lines lIe must study the whole question In telligently that was imperative He must have advice help To whom was he to go for It Stevens Yes his old friend who knew all the ropes Yet even Stevens seemed different in Wash ington than Stevens in Mississippi Here he played second fiddle He was even obsequious Langdon had ob served to Peabody In Mississippi la I was a leader and a strong one too But Senator Langdon had not yet learned of the ninny founts from which poUt strength and political leadership j tiny he gahwdIWhat he finally decided on was time engaging of n secretary but he must be one with knowledge of political op cratlons one who combined wisdom I with honesty Such an aid could prevent Langdou from making the many mistakes that invariably mark the new t in politics and he could point out I the most effective modes of procedure under given circumstances It might 1 prove difficult to find a man of the nec essary qualifications who was not al ready employed but in the meantime Langdon would watch the playing of the gamo himself and make his own deductions as best he could The senator started toward the hotel desk to ask regarding time whereabouts- of his sou Randolph when his atten tlon was caught by the sight of three powerful negro porters endeavoring thrust outdoors a threadbare old man The victims flowing white hair white mustache and military bearing recelv cd short shrift Come along colonel Yo cant sit licah all day Them chairs Is for the nests in the hotel time head porter was urging as he Jerked the old man toward the door The MissIssIppians fighting blood 1 was instantly aroused at such treatment of a respectable old white man by negroes His lips tightly compress ed as he hurried to the rescue He 1 cried sharply Take your hands oft that gentle man What do you mean by touching friend of mine The negroes stepped back amazed 1 Scuse me senator is this gentman friend of yours the head porter gasped apologetically Langdon looked at him You heard what I said he drawled n the slow way natural to some men of the south when trouble threatens Id like to have you down In Missis slppl for about ten minutes The head porter turned quickly on is assistants and drove them away shouting at the top of his voice Get about yo wuk How dare yo Intchfere wk n fIend of da senators Ill tench yo to Ke putting yob nose in where it aint got no business The old man astonished at the turn of events came forward hesitatingly to Langdon 1101 vr munch obliged to you sir he said Im Colonel Stoneman an old solsJlerIThe Mississippian stretched forth his band fly name is Langdon air Senator I for Female Ills You should take for female tils a medicine which acts oa the female organs and functions Cardul is not a mans medicine It is for women Its pure heal lag curative vegetable Ingredi ents go direct fa time womanly organs relieve their pain and In flammation and build ap their strength i Tongue cannot tell writes Mica Nola Smith of SweeUer lad what WINE OF CARDUI WOMANS RELIEF has done for MC lam oa my third bottle and am BO much better Before I began to take Car dul I could not do a days work Now I can work all day Mother took four bottles of Cardul before confinement got along fine and has been real strong ever since At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing symptoms to Ladles Advtiorv Dept COrChattanooaa Xiungaon or Mississippi 1 am an one soldier too- Delighted senator exclaimed the seedy looking old man taking the of fered hand gratefully Langdons easy method of making friends was well Illustrated as ho clapped his new companion on the back Everybody he met was the MIs sissipplans friend until he had proved himself the contrary That had been his rule through life Come right Over colonel have n cigar sir Then as they lighted their cigars he inquired What army corps were you with colonel- I 1 was under Grant along Vie Ten nessec replied the old G A R man Plamiliarity with a senator was something new for him nnd already ho was straightening up and becom ing more of a man every moment Langdon was thoroughly interested- I was along the Tennessee under Beauregard he said Great generals sir Great gener ala exclaimed Colonel Stoneman And great fighting I reckon Iecli- oed the Confederate You remember the battle of Crawfordsvlile The old Federal smiled with Joyous recollectionDo Well I should say dId Were you there senator Was I there Why I remember every shot that was fired I was un der Kirby who turned your left wing The attitude of the northern soldier changed instantly lIe drew himself up with cold dignity Plainly he felt that he had the honor of his nrmy to sustainOur left wing was never turned sir be exclaimed with dignity Langdon stared at him with amaze ment This was a point of view the Confederate had never heard before Never turned l ho gasped Dont tell me that I was there and besides Ive fought this battle on an average of twice a week ever since 65 down in Mississippi and in all these years I never heard such a foolish statement What rank wore you sir asked the Union soldier haughtily I was a captain that morning confessed the southerner His old enemy smiled with superi orityAs a colonel Ive probably got more accurate information he said I was a colonel that evening camo the dry retort But in an inferior army Wo licked you sirI cried Stoneman hotly The Mississippian drew himself up with all tho dignity common to the old Confederate soldier explaining the war1 The south was never whipped sir We honorably surrendered sir We surrendered to save the country sir but we were never whipped Did you not run at Kenyon Hill taunted Stoneman Langdon brought down his fist In the palm of the other hand violently Yes sir we ran at you I ought to remember I got my wound there You remember that long lane Ho pulled off his hat and threw it on the floor indicating it with one hand Here was the Second Alabama The hat of the old Federal dropped on the floor opposite the hat ot- tiloContederate And here the Eighth Illinois exclaimed Stone manLangdon excit edly seized a di minutive bellboy passing by and planted him alongside his haw Stay there a And hero the Eighth moment sonny Illinois he cried You are tho Fourth Virginia The newspaper Stoneman was carrying came dawn opposite the startled bellboy who was trying not to ap frightened This is the clump of cedarsle exclaimed Both In th6jreflepjew were bend Ing down oyef thelFImprovlsfeti battle plan their heads close together And here a farmhouse beside your cedars cried Lnugdon IThats where the rebels charged us echoed the Union man Langdpn brought down his fist again with emphatic gesture You bet we charged youl The Third Mississippi charged you I charged you slrl- Stoneman nodded- I remember a young fool of a John nle rob dashing up the hill fifty yards ahead of his men waving his sword and yelling like a wIld Indian The southerner straightened up Well whore in thundcratlon would you expect mo to be sir ho exclaim lBehlndthem I got my wound there Laid mo up for three months like to have killed me Then a new idea struck him Why colonel it must have been a bullet from one of your menfrom your reg iment sir The old northerner pushed his fin gems through his hair nnd shook his head apologetically Why senator Im afraid It was be hesitated i Langdons eyes were bIg with tho afterglow of a fighter discussing the mighty struggles of tho past those most precious qf all the Jewels In the treasure store of a soldiers memory Why it might have been a bullet fired by you sir he cried It might be that you were time man who almost killed me Why confound you sir Im glad to meet you I Each old veteran of tragic days gone by had quite unconsciously awaken ed a responsive chord In the heart of the other A senator and penniless old down and outer are very much the same In the human scale that takes note of the inside and not tho outside of a man And they fell Into each others arms then and there for what strong fighter does not respect another of his kind There they stood arms around each other clapping each other on tho back Here was the Second AlabamaI actually chortling In the pure ecstasy of comradeship now serious again laughing when on the scene appeared Bud Haines the correspondent who had returned to Interview the new senator from Mississippi Great heavens I ejaculated the newspaper man A senator a United States senator hugging a broken down old has been What is the world com ing to Haines suddenly paused I wonder If it can be n posemerely for effect Its getting harder every day to tell whats genuine and what Isnt in this town To be Continued 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 Witts Kidney and Bladder Pillsand be sure yqu get what you ask for They 7are1 Weak back urinary disorders inflamma tion of the bladder etc They are anII Useeptic and act promptly We sell and recommend them Sold hvall J druggists Waffles iIn StyleJJ Isnt it good news that waffles are really In style Every one has always 1 known that waffles with sirup were J extremely good but until recently they I have been half forgotten Now they are actually fashionable and it is quite the thing to serve them with brownII sugar or maple sirup as a separate J course at a luncheon c This being the case it is well to know just how to make them Made with rice they are delicious A good f recipe calls for a cup of boiled rice three eggs one ounce of butter two cups of sour milk and one teaspoonful each of salt and soda 1 Stir into the rice the creamed butter and the eggs which have been beaten to a froth Add the salt and soda stir In the milk and add flour enough to make a thick batter Be sure that the waffle Irons are very hot and buttered Fill them three quarters full with the batter and bake carefullyt If you havent the time to exercise regularly Doans Regulets will prevent constipation They induce a mild easy healthful action of the bowels without griping Ask your druggist for them 25 J The Century IN tj9will htive some remarkable articles on LINCOLN Including unpublished documents from his own pen The great sculptor SAINO GAUDENS wrote his autobiography just before he died THE CENTURY will print It The full report of a remarkable conversation with the GERMAN EMPEKOU will ap pear in Tim CENTUBY and an Inter view with the great pianist PADEKEW lswrltlngonVEit CLEVEDANDMS nearest friends will tell the intimate story of his life MU RWE the author of Mrs Wlggs of the Cabbage Patch IIwlll Optrl butc a great novel and THOMPSON SETON a splendid new talc of animal life The COLORED PICTURES will be more beautiful than ever Send for prospectus and special sub scription bITers THE CENTURY Co Union Square N Y maycInTontlon la probablY at qtab CommunlCft ttoneetrlctl oonddentlalHAND OOKonPatente sent free OIdet agency for aecurtng tent Patenta taken trough Mann k Co receive thoScientific an Abandeomolyilineratedweekly Tnrtrost clr Terms S3 a roar four months L Bold brail sawed lore YorkBranch STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in high grado fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod ernte prices Expect tailors employed I J H HUNSCtlE CasperMnv CoCan eltonInd r l IF it is the surest and safest place you want to havoyour watchrepaired go to T C LEWIS he knows how and does as ho knows Ho hasono of the finest collections of beautiful uptodato JEWELRY all good not shoddy at tho very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Comehe is glad to welcome youjandgive you satisfactionT Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky LHST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 148 Dally Fast Train leaves Clovernort PointStites25 A al No i142 Tally Man ana Kxpressleaves Olo erportlO07 AM stops at all way stations arrives u1svlllo 1258 p m Train No 144 Dally fast mail leaves Ole verport 458 pm stops at all way stations atLouisvilleTrain No US Dally Oloverport accommo dation arrives Oloverport 740 pm WEST BOUND accommooatlonleaves waystationsexpressteaves0loverportllOb OwensbOroStanleySt Lou s150p m Train No 143 Mull and Express dally arrives Oloverport 748 p m EvansvUle 1036 pm Stops at all stations No 145 dally St Louisfasttrafnleavesdlo AMvllIeOwensborobetweenLoulsv1llecars and free reclining chair cars on trains 145 andStFqrdsvllle Branch EAST BOUND loavesFordsviBoamTrain leavesFordsvillap mTralnNO6 Sunday only Pordvillo700 a m Irvington 1IS5 am WEST BOUND ptBundayleavealrvlngtonl110 p m Train No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 706 p mi arrives Fords vflle 1015 p m Dr Charles Stone PermanentDENTIST OWes Over CLOVERPORTKENTUC eckenrldge flank KV t l 1 t a tr tw t i + t 1 i y w- a rr- R r- x R i1 I rwr Tw9Wk r r I r i 1 j i i c i f THIS CHEAT REMEDY IS n COlt MEND1ZD FOR Acute anti Chronic Diseases of the Kidney Liver Bladder or Urinary Organs and Acute Chronic Rheumatism Uric acid lumbago or gout PREVENTS BRIGHTS DISEASE Dissolves and expels Gravel or Gall Stones It heals and removes irritation Inflamma tion Ulceration or Catarrh of the Bladder The Test That Tells Dothan Ala Jan 21 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Gentlemen About one year ago two of my children suffered badly from weak kidneys and diabetes their urine was very bad and they would have severe spells of dizziness and were run down in health I was just about discouraged I tried several remedies and final ly a doctor but the1did not seem to improve I who was taking SwampRoot for kidney trouble with good results and I decider to get Some for the children I noticed therer was some improvement after they had taken two large bottles and continued to give it to them Until they had taken a half dozen bottles nnd were well on the road to recovery I think Swamp Root has done more for my children than any other medicine I have tried and I recommend it to one having children who suffered as mine did R W LINSENBY City Clerk Dothan Ala A Georgia Woman Sparks Ga Jun 11 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Gentlemen Some time ago I was troubled with kidney troublejhad severe pains in the back and hips Was treat ed by a physician but without any benefit I noticed some SwampRoot advertising and resolved to give it a trial After taking four bottles I was completely cured Have not suffered any pain t at all since and can recom mend SwampRoot to anyone suffering from kidney troubleSincerely MRS E V STEVENS Baptist Minister Brinson Ga Jan 20 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Gentlemen Seme time ago I suffer ed severely with pains in the back and hips My back pained me continually and I felt miserable A friend recom mended SwampRoot I obtained and took the contents of two bottles when I felt relief My back has not troubled me since and I can thoroughly recom mend SwampRoot to anyone suffering from kidney trouble as I find it afford ed me greatreliefYours very truly Rev E T DAWSON Results After Using Boston Ga Jan 13 iQOn Dr Kilmer Co BinghamUonN Y Gentlemen Some time ago I was troubled with kindney trouble I thought for some time I was suffering with Dia betes I had severe pains in my back and hips A friend recommended SwampRoot and I decided to give it a trial I obtained a bottle from a druggist and after taking a few doses felt relieved After taking several bottles the pain was entirely gone and I have not suffered the slightest since I cannot be too enthusiastic in my prales of this wonderful medicine and it given me great pleasure to give my testimonial in regard to its merits J B ROUNTREE FormerMayor and Members Legislature- We have sold Mr Rountree Swamp Root and have also sold it in a number of cases for kidney trouble and always with perfect satisfaction J C Adams S6n THE If youlike News be kind enough to say if you do not like i4j kind enough to keep it to Friend oop The Newsis all rlghtJoe Sawyer coo The nearly at my house in trying to get first hold of the if rT Sawyer lo oqi The News ii a help to preach T i The Value of a Remedy IIs Proven by Its Cures ELKWOOD AM Dec 14 1008 Dr Kilmer Co Binghauiptou N Y greatLenefiSwampRoot that 1 believe it to be most important for the public to know its worth For the past ten years I have been the most miserable of men Did not know what the trouble was hut had to urinate very frequently b tu day and night wasTUl puffed up generally could not sleep more than a couple of hours at a time was greatly distressed after eat ing a meal and was about worn out I had tried nearly everything I could seo advertised and hear of without helping me to any great extent until finally in October last at Ripan Wis I purchased a one dollar bottle of SwampRoot and commenced tarring it according to direc tions and followed that with another bottle and experienced such great relief and benefit from same that I purchased five dollars worth at Huntsville Ala and continued its use and am now taking it but in smaller doses and twice a day iu place ot four times a day and believe by the time present supply is used up I will be entirely well I am feeling bet ter now than for ten years past Gan eat and sleep firstclass in fact I am so good that I cannot resist telling you about You are at liberty to publish this testimonial should you Very respectfully THOS STALL ARD U S A Retired Box 7 R R NO2 Elkwood Ala A Clergyman Naw ROADS LA Jan 22 1900 Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y Dear Sir I write today to the public that your SwampRoot cured me of kid ney trouble I was almost past goingt having spasmodic spells with my kidneys that were breaking down my constitution The best medical aid was emploo1 and they pronounced my trouble as alkali in the kidneys but were unable to me any permanent good 1 took four bottles of SwampRoot and became a well man This was six years ago and I have had no trace of the trouble Yours IJREVUK Pastor Baptist Church New Roads La Mall Carriers BLOUNTVILLE TENN I have been n rural letter carrier for over five years Some two years ago I was taken with severe p ins in my back I used medicine from my fanilly physi cian for several months without anv benefit A friend Mr J D Nelsou ad me to try your HwauipKoot but I had no faith in it I continued to gro worse and at last decided to try this remedy and bought of Long Bros a fiftycent bottle which save me great relief I then bought two one dollar bottles winch lean truthfully say have completely curedme Had it not been for SwiunpKoot I wou d hive been compelled to quit the rural free delivery service- II advise all mail carrier who get pains in their back that SwampKoot will cure was so bad that very often my wife would have to help me to orise M B HENDRICKSON Rural Letter Carrier Route No2 A Contractor DONALSONVILLE GA Jail 20 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Biogbampton N Y four years ago I snfferou from Kidney trouble and rheu inatisai in my hips The pin across my back became so severe that I could np and could n t walk without dragging my feet I would uri nate frequently and would have to rise two or three limes during the night causing me to suffer from loss of sleep And with the pain Iwas all run down and begin to lose flesh I saw Swamp Root advertised and bought one to try it After taking it I felt better and could nleep all right at night I continued to take it until I had taken four large bottles I was entirely free from any pain in the back and begin to gain in weight I al ways recommend Swamp Root to my friends as I think the cure in my case remarkable else in of ors in every wayL Holder Ho tis himMrs Tho Bohler 01 Y We like If Daddy dont wiH Sanders Ind Dear last I dolIUrl KILMERIon the out side wrapper of bottle Beneficial In Severe Cases Tenn Dr Kilmer 0 Co Binghamton N Y Gentlemen I hardly know how to express my appreciation for the good your has done me been greatly troubled with my kidneys and with pain in my back also with what the doctor termed inflammation of the of the bladder Sometimes my back would get In such a shape that I was almost helpless I had tried sev eral doctors and medicines to no good effect and finally I noticed in some paper where Dr Kilmer proposed to send a sample bottle of his kidney medicine SwampRoot free by mail I sent at once and received promptly a sample bottle taking it I found it did me good I then purchased two bottles from our merchant Mr W J taking the medicine I felt like a new man and each day I rode five miles to teach school are at liberty to use this or refer gladtothis if Mr James Ivens of Saundersville Tenn is taking It with Very truly yours D A MONTGOMERY LegislatureRural C Results It Has Proved 1909DrDear SirsHave been suffering more or less from Kidney for the last five years and was induced to try your Swamp Root Am happy to say or give you testimonial that it has me 1 am a traveling salesman for Messrs Colgate Co York and ant always traveling on the road Drinking the different waters affected my kidneys Yours respectfully SAMUEL WOLF A Prominent Mason Jackson Tenn According to my experience I do not I equalSwampRootTwice it relieved me when I was com pletely helpless The last timel was traveling in Texas when my kidneys became affected and for tendays suffered excruciating pains accompanied with severe chills Several years previous having been relieved a attack I naturally sought re SwampRootAftersize bot tles I was completely restored and praisingSwampRoot ago and I have had no indication of a return of the affliction J C SMITH Jr 33 Mason Fully Satisfied Jan51909DrDear Sirs During last October I suf kidneysI who pre scribed for me but his treatment did not benefit me reading some SwampRoot literature I decided to give a trial After taking afew doses 1 felt somewhat relieved and after two one dollar had I had no and was completely I have not had the slightest pain in my back or hips From my own ex 1 can cheerfully recommend SwampRoot to any one suffering from kidney Yours very truly SIMON MARTIN Mr conducts a carting and transfer business Every mail brings unsolicited testimonials from people from allover the United States aud foreign land expressing heartfelt gratitude for Dr Kilmers SwampRoot has done for them Do not letanyone sell you sonic other medicine to takejho place of Swamp Rootif you do you will be disappointed insist on getting what you ask for there is no other medicine as good as Dr Kilmers SwampRoot IF YOU NEED A MEDICINE YOU SHOULD HAVE THE BEST SwampRoot is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble or obliged to g0 often during the day and get up many times during the night have smarting or irritation in passing or heart disturbance duo to kidney trouble SwampRoot will be fonnd just the remedy you need Dont Be Misled For example when yon ask for Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the Great Kidney Liverand Bladder Remedy dont allow ally druggist drug or store keeper to pursuade you into buying something in its place Every time he subceeds in tolling you a worthless substitute he makes wore profit but you are humbugged at the expense of your health NOTEEvery reader of The Breckenridge News who has not tried SwampRoot the great Kidney Liver and Bladder Remedy may address Dr Co Binghatnpton N Yund receive a sample bottle free by mail At all dealers 50c and 100 sizes A Sworn Certificate Purity With BottleSee Inside Wrapper WHAT FOLKS SAY ABOUT NEWS the BO bo yourself A folks fight New F splendid it wish do Experience vised them- I GentlemenAbout hardlystraighteu bottle S Sandors 000 Please send Oscar the News says like agoodtlitter from home to 000atho continued stories in the News frenewj ours subscription we Beile and Hazel Franklic 000 Editor TUy subscription for the News expired summer was busy cbiinty paperHPtfryA Cannonj Made every Edgefield SwampRoot Iliad neck After Elizer After You letter SwampRoot good results trouble cured New of similar After it bottles been taken pain cured since perience trouble Martin clerk Kilmer Every rid Ky 000 Find enclosed 1 Send me tne News Percie Blnine Stephenspbrt Ky av 000 The paper was newsy last week Jirs Lucy Younger f s 000- I v Vi T liked the style ofthoNeW4very much last weekTaylor Beardt Har dlnsburc v 000 r The News wasrlght about Jack Binns I bejieve we oaghtto give flowers to folksvbBfora they die rBilly Prestos the News to my her at Leitcli I ISeud with January Pleasi send all back numbers Unclosed 1100- J H Bassett Jr Mobile Ala 000 There is not much room for improve ment in the News It comes ver I closely to my view of the ideal country weeklv Arch Pool Comfier Journal Louisville STOMACH DISTRESS 4 T And all Misery from Indigestion Vanishes Five Minutes Later Every family here ought to keep some Dlapcpsln in the house as any one of you may have an attack of In digestion or Stomach trouble at any time day or night This harmless preparation will digest anything you cat and overcome a sour stomach five minutes afterwards If your meals dont tempt you or what little you do eat seems to fill you or lays like a lump of lead In your stomach or if you have heartburn that Is a sign of Indigestion Ask your Pharmacist for a 50cent case of Papes Dlapepsin and take one triangule after supper tonight There vlll be no sour risings no belching of undigested food mixed with acid no stomach gas or heartburn fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach Nausea Debilitating Headaches Dizziness or Intestinal griping This will all go and besides there will be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors Papes Diapepsin is a certain cure for all stomach misery because it will take hold of your food and digest itI just the same as if your stomach wasnt there Actual prompt relief for all your stomach misery is at your Pharmacist waiting for you These large 50cent cases contain more than sulltcient to cure a case of Dyspepsia or Indigestion A Wlsrt Decision After an Inspecton of the Improved roods In Greene county Pa Stone Highway Commissioner Hunter has Decided that all xtato roads built in that county hereafter shall have n brick surface a ylso decision nn one that will npt y to the roads of many other counties in Pennsylvania and elsewhere Mays the National Stockman and rat mer One macadam road inspected by the commissioner had cost about 1300 a mile in maintenance and experience has shown that most macadam roads are costing too much If not that sum Ileoourl tlon of this fact Is sure to result In more desirable roads In Pennsylvania Other states where road legislation will lie undertaken this winter should sot miss Ithe lesson New York mil Peiinsylvunlii haS lintl In the final srccsslvo ost nf rutenlhn- mREQUESTED Recipe Easily Prepared At Small Cost And Many Swear By It Mix the following by shaking well In a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after meals and at bedtime Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces A local druggist is the author ity that these simple harmless ingredi ents can be obtained at nominal cost from our home druggist The mixture is said to cleanse and strengthen the clogged and inactive Kidneys overcoming Backache Bladder weakness and Urinary trouble ot all kinds if taken before the stage of Brights disease Those who have tried this say is pos itively overcomes pain in the back clears the urine of sediment and regulates urination especially at night curing even the worst forms of bladder weaknessEvery man or woman here who feels that the kidneys are not strong or act ing in a healthy manner should mix this prescription at home and give it a trial as it is said to do wonders for many persons Not Too Late Not long after the great Chelsea fire some Children In Newton Mass held n 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 re lief work with a letter which read somewhat ns follows We have had a fair and made J18 We are sending it to you please give Itto the Chelsea sufferers Yours truly etc P SWo hope the suffering Is not all over Worn Out Thats the way you feel about the luugs when you have a hacking cough Its foolishness to let it go on and trust to luck to get over it when Bollards Horehound Syrup will stop the cough lungsPrice and 100 per bottle Sold byA B Fisher r vvrIrerrkretkkkkrerrrkKarkriirrtrkktrrtrrkk rKKttetrkl e For a Limited Time I YOU CAN GET K The Louisvillesi t Regular Price 500 a Year ti AND = A g The Breckenridge News tI r a i Both One Year For Ii I I 350rr I x The Louisville Times is the best i Afternoon Paper Printed i Anywhere i tx Has the best corps of correspondents y Covers the Kentucky field perfectly 1 x Covers the general news field completely ix Has the best and fullest market reports r- x Democratic in politics but fair to everybody y A Subscriptions x i Right Away ya i iii t withdrawn at any time SO GET IN NOW iThis rate is good only for HAIL subscrip tions and we cannot accept orders for t THE LOUISVILLE TIMES where that er paper has a regular agent who furnishes x t papers by the monthtititi- m C- ii Two Papers for Less Than the Price of One i M3iSiSASI OaitASAita7eSlaayJkitaYa kC AIAAAilAi8i1AAA IAAAAiIAiPAAitkA asu4assss assIeassassse s W II BOWMEB President A B SKILIMAN Cashier F L LioiiTroOT VlcePresldentizr Cius SKILLMAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANKI Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way und protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited ssasaassssaasssassew elsarrielars e toeseessec eeww 4t FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS I GUARANTEED TO SATISFY PURCHASERS DJJ = r =avmv c JLfoiBABLI JKXSY WAXUnKLU i tAMClTOX IAHOK BIIOCR3I1OH JLVQL11TA TSrUtKB rIONTsrKIIMKI the Pins TYPE WAKIYUtD The IkrlliBt AlittfeUM FUT DUTCH CkUnftQnn J4 WNet Lin4TWetr ttufetcn LaT ud LafbhopjP- RIm i to Mi 01110l 4 n si tUJ ptr m 5108 In si JliS per B 11l1li1 ovrr al tlM per ID F 0 B YOUNGS ISLAND S C Our Special Express Rates on Plants bVery Low We grew the first Frost Proof Plants in 1868 Now have over twenty thousand satisfied customers and we have grown and sold more cabbage plants than all other persons in 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 section to get extra early cabbage and they arc the ones that sell for the u st money CordrMany sufferers from nasal catarrh say they get splendid results by using an atomizer For their benefit we prepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Except that it is liquid it is in ell respects like the healing helpful pain aliaying Cream Balm that the public has been familiar with for years JSo cocaine nor other dangerous drug in it The soothing spray is a remedy that relieves at once All druggists 75c Including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York t The Bird In Hand Lonny Sny lets promise to marry each other when we grow up Oracle Oh no I might like somebody else better then Lonny Me too Grach hastily Oh yes lets do promise Kansas City Times Soldier 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 the grove to cause his death I contracted stubborn cold he writes Ithut developed a cough that stuck to me in spite of all remedies for yearn My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery Iwhich restored my health completely I now weigh 18 pounds For severe Colds obstinate Coughs Hemorrhages Asthma and to prevent aMItoo Baby lands will get into mischief often it means A burn or cut or seal Apply Ballard Snow Liniment just as soon as the ac cident happens and the pain will be re lieved while the wound will heal quickly and nicely A sure cure for cpraius Rheumatism and all pains Price 25o 50c and 100 Sold by A R richer Prcty Loud Nell Hes n college boy BeUcl thought so Nell From his conversa tion BelleNo I was too busy listen ing to his lathes to hear what he had to sny Exchange l 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 tho child is starvingworms are eating all of it food Most children have worms yours neednt Whites Crenm Vermi fuge will got rid of the worms and strengthen the child Price 25 cents per bottle Sold by A R Fisher Hiety Piety Is not an end but a means of attaining the highest degree of culture by perfect peace of mind Hence It Is to be observed that those who male plctjr an end slid aim in itself for the most part become hypocrites Goethe I Dr titles Antirain PIH r lI1vJPafa o h i a 0 e- r I IT TTM I Iiq f- Y t j I E I upyY lr e MI s4 r- i G 1r- a trra y r- N i al ozr if ii i q c K r Id- t ial i ala- lf alr J I ifi r- ii J l- t al 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at the rate off 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Monoy In advance M Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please aotify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 1909 There is a strong upward tendency in wheat Corn and oats are also higher May wheat reached 114 in Chicago last Saturday The outlook for wheat in this section is not good Tho dinner given to Mr Taft in Now Orleans cost 25000 There seems to bo plenty of money down South Tempt a mans ap petite and you will be sure to touch his pocketbook Wonder if there will be any fur hats worn by the wives andI mothers and sweethearts at Hampton Roads when the fleet comes iinI next Monday1 The milliners and dressmakers say tho dressing onI this occasion will be brilliant and gorgeous On his return from Lincoln Park Mr Roosevelt said in a speech to railroad men at York Pa I like the railroad men 1 like them as a class they make tho very best kind of citizens They learn to act upon their own responsibility and yet to act under orders They are prompt and they are accurate They go in order and they go 0 timejust so And so does Cloverport Wo all like railroad men and we hope the engineers who went to Louisville twelve years ago will be moved brick lore Cloverport will indeed welcome her former citizens and trusts that Master Mechanic Plank and Supt Irwin can arrange the L H St L schedule so that this city shall have the pleasure of being the home of all the railroad boys Wo want them we need them in our business and social circles in our churches in our school work and in every good movement for the town Ton men with their lovely wives and sweet children They would mean a great deal to Cloverport and the latchstring is on the outside to i them STEPHENSPORT Two Deaths Within Its Bounds Personal Items Very Interesting About Friends After several weeks of suffering with whooping cough and pneumonia the death angel came and relieved the pain and tenderly lifted the spirit of Virgia Watjonlst up to the City of God Virgia was nine years old a bright beautiful Christian child While we cannot see and do not un derstand why this tender rosebud war plucked away from us we shall know some day and understand The funeral service was conducted by Rev F R Roberts and the little white casket was carried to the hill cemetery for interment Mr and Mrs E N Meadows and child of Kingswood were the guests of Mrs Meadows parents Rev and Tars Roberts Jastweek Laic Williams is able to be out againThe little child of Mr and Mrs Lige Brown has been very ill with croupOne of Mr and Mrs Courtland Pullems children is ill with croup at this writing Judge Clemens of Union County visited our town last week Mrs Will Walls passed away Tues day night after several months illness with lung trouble She professed faith in Christ and was baptized by- Re P R Roberts who conducted the funeral service at the home oi her parents Mr and Mrs John David Stiff The interment was in the Union Star cemetery Joe lark of Paynesvllle was in town Saturday Mrs Kate Jarrett has returned home fron a visit to Owensboro S H Dix attendedthe Lincoln cele bration at Hodgensville Friday Misses Carrie and Mary Walls of Hardinsburg passed through town Saturday evening en route to Che naultDr Nevitt and family have returned home from Irvington Mrs M L Roberts left Monday for Yelvington to spend a few weeks then will leave for Hillsboro Texas to visit her brother Cliff Moorman Miss Mattie Milliner of Union Star was in town Thursday- R A Shellman has in his possession quite a cqrtnsity in the way of a chicken which was given him by E P Mosey about sixteen years ago but Is in L + 6od preservation yet The ChIcken has two bodies rfne headand four legs EYE EXERCISE One Method by Which Poor Vision May Be Improved Have you n high roof was the apparently Irrelevant question put by the distinguished oculist to the woman who hnd complnlncd of having bad eyes Higher than the roofs of the surrounding houses Oh yes said the woman a good deal higher Then what I want yon to do said he Is to go up there every day 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 I13 that you exercise thorn so little at long range They are used to looking at short distances only Long distance looking Is good for eyes Persons who habitually have a wide expanse of sea or plain to gaze upon very seldom have weak eyes Of course you tan not move out to the plains neither can you spend n life on the ocean wave but you can let your sight travel across the Hudson river every day and I advise you to do ltNcw York Press MARION LOUISE PIERSON George A PIerson and wife of Hawesville are delghted with th little daughter Marion Louise who arrived at their home the thirteenth Mrs PIerson is a sister of J M Fitch of this place and has visited here manyfriendsAbout Mrs Taft A very justifiable interest centers around Mrs raft the coming first lady of the laud and It is gratifying to read from time to time such appre ciative and complimentary comments concerning her Those who know her are hearty In their praises of her char actor and ability If personal test mony were lacking her pictures would denote without question a woman of strong character but a genial and kindly temper She is saUl to be unusually wellI read to speak French well to be fon of music and to be an excellent host ess Iu this connection a commen by Hallle ErminIe Rives is especially Interesting It is as follows William Tuft and Helen Herron must have started life even She hasi the same straightforwardness the same honesty the contempt of tinsel and sham and pretense Her worst enemy if she could have one would call her genuine She has no affectations no surface veneer no Isms She has alvays remained tho sweet heart of her husband the Iplaymate and confidant of her children In the best sense she Is a woman of the world She knows the big business of statecraft and the smaller dicta of so ciety By rending and stud Inr 11r has kept melee with her husband till possibly there Is no woman In Ameri can life who Li better qualified to discuss the real questions of the day Surely suchn tribute as this Is worthy of emulation by every Amen can woman r DR JOHNFOSTER LIGHTFOOT DEAD Eminent Physician And Loved Citizen Passes Away at Ills i Home in Hawesville Sunday BURIAL IIERE YESTERDAY Sunday morning when death relieved Dr John Foster Lightfoot Hawrsville lostone of her btsl citizens and trusted physicians And the loss was felt not onlyin that city but in Cloverport and throughout Hancock and Breckenridge counties He died of Uraenia after two weeks attack of Plomnin poison Dr Lltfhtfoot was born in Clover port September 25 1846 and was the son of Annie T and John S Lightfoot deceased He was graduated from Louisville Medical College in 1871 and began the practice ot his profession at Fordsville in the same year In 1875 he married Miss Rebecca G Reynolds a daughter of John S Reynolds a prominent farmer of Ohio county where Dr Lightfoot practiced until 1884 when he moved to Hawesville Seventeen years ago ho moved to this place remaining two years when he returned to the for mer town He was a consistent mem ber of the Presbyterian church at Hawes ville Besides his wife he is survived by LightfootiHawesville Mrs John C Lietch Pitts burgh Pa and Dr F L Lightfoot Lightnfoot Cloverport Mrs George Dowden Brandenburg Mrs P S Miller and Mrs C W Gabbert deceased were his sisters The funeral was held at Hawesville Hnd the interment took place in the Cloverport cemetery yesterday morning The body was accompanied by the family and friends Among those who were with the familot the burial ser vices were Mr Lieich Pittsburgh Pa Mr Bently and Joe Sapp Hwesville Ewing Lightfoot Henderson Mr7 and Mrs Herbert Beard Hnrdinsburg John Atwell a Hustler John Atwell who works for C A Penick nailed on 48 horseshoes and besides did some other jobs in one day lately Mr Atwell says 51 shoes are an ordinary days nailing for him SERVING QUINCES Three New Ways In Which This Preserve Is Delicious- A delicious trifle may be made with chopped preserved quinces Arrange them In a deep glass dish with alter nate layers of macaroon or sponge cake crumbs then pour over a rich boiled custard wade with the yolks of six eggs three tablespoonfuls of sugar three cupfuls of milk and half a tea spoonful of almond extract Pour the custard over while it Is still warm and sot aside until very cold Just before serving heap over the top the whites of two eggs whipped to a very stiff snow with two tablespoonfuls of powdered sugar and two tablespoonfuls of chopped blanched almonds Garnish with candled cherries A quince tart is either a pic or pud ding if one prefers it so called but It is equally delicious under either name Press one pint of quince pulp through a colander add to It one cupful of granulated sugar the beaten yolks of four eggs and one pint of milk Line pasteeand pour in the quince mixture Twist a strip of the pastry around the edge of the dish for a border and bake Inn moderate oven for about halt an hour or until done Whip the whites of the eggs to a very stlflt sqow with four tablespoonfuls of powdered sugar help It over the top and let it brown very delicately in a slow oven Servo cold with whipped cream Tapioca cooked In water until perfectly clear and thick to jelly makes another pleasing foundation for a quince dish Sweeten the tapioca to taste and flavor with ti little nutmeg and lemon juice Place It In layers in a buttered pudding dish with chopped preserved qulneesI SuccessI red form you Mr HenpeckYou succeed ed Ill never marry again if I live to oldIllustratedtBits Nothing Is more easy than to tiecelve ourselves Demosthenes ITry Us For Job Work We Buy FURSHides Wool leathers IDIIOW BCMW Z umieng Golden SeaJYellow Root May Apple Wild Ginger eta We are dtta1erll etaLlhLrd fa 1856cmt lull a antunln Louimlk and cm do better for you thin geati or ccaaanioa mercKanU Reference uy Bank In LotumBe Writ lot weekly vice lUludiUpciaiUd M Sabl4 SensS- MB Market St LMJISYlllE ICY CHILDSI DREADFUL SKIN TROU8US Had Sixty Boils when but Six Months OldWas Annually Attacked by a HumorIt Looked Red Like a Scald and Spread Over Half Her HeadBoth Troubles are Cured I NO PRAISE TOO HIGH FOR THE CUTICURA REMEDIES When my little Vivian was about six months old her papa had a boil on his forehead At that Limo the child was covered with prickly heat and Isuppose in scratch ing it her owjn head became infected for it broke out in boils one after another sixtyinCutlcum Soap and Cuticura Ointment which cured her of them entirely Then sometime micr her little foot got sore between the toes Being afraid it vraS salt rheum I spoko to our doctor Ho upbutears They cracked half way around and the humor spread up on to her head until on several occasions it was nearly half covered The humor looked like a scald very red with a sticky clear fluid coming from it This occurred every springICuticuca Soap and applied Cuticura Ointment which never failed to heal it lip Tho last time it broke out was when she was six years old It became so bad that I was discouraged Then I procured a bottle of Cuticura Resolv herbloodSoap and Ointment with the Resolvent q until she was perfectly well Sho is now I about eight years old and has never yearsWegivingthoas a tonic We do not think any ono can highlyVClaWellsAvefotEverytlklnCutleum ChocolateCoaledltloodBoldChemCorpojMallcd Free Cuticura nook on Skin Diseases MRS WILKERSON DIES IN BROOKLYN I Former Citizen of Cluverport Died Last Friday In The East Brought Home For Burial s ALL TilE CHILDREN ATTEND The remains rf MM Elizabeth Wil kerson arrived from Brooklyn New York yesterday morning Funeral services were held in the Baptist church at 230 p m conducted by the Rev Jas Lewis The interment took place In the Cloverport cometery The flowers were beautiful indeed and there were a number of exquisite floral designs sent by loving friends The pallbearers were Fred Ferry Chas Hambletou Chas Ke1 Harry Hambleton David Murray Jr and Byrne Severs The funeral arrangements were made toy Dr Newsom by a request of the family Mrs WilKorson was a former citizen of this city A sketch of her life was received too late for this weeks News The deceased is survived by three daughters Mis Stancliffo Mrs Etta Evans Mrs Chas Warfield three sons John Lyn and Forrest Wilkerson who attended the funeral Mrs Walter Marlow of Meridian Mifs was also here J The members of thc family are the guests of Miss Jane Hambleton at the FiBherhomestead aria leave today for theirhomes The Peyton House The Peyton House which opened at Irvington a few weeks ago is another good home for the weary lonely travel fag man The bouse has been renovat ed cleaned papered and painted It has an office and sample room It is in every way firstclass Mr and Airs Frank Peyton who are well known to the men on the road will be glad to have their friendscaU and see them u their new home Not Dressed Fit For the Party A proud young housekeeper who had been presented with n piece of statu ary was giving n 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 maaml he replied Yes the Venus Whore Is It Well now Miss Margrlt maam excuse me manm but I jest thought asgeinmcns was expected dls evening id better set Miss Weeny under the Btalhs =Ladles Home Journal Subscribe for The Nfew 0 Ii 01IJQ0 1111 0 0o d WHEAT FLOUR d o a CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD o 0 Se GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE ITElElU Articles Energy JOe will buy Eggs 385 Beef Sirloin 410 1lufton leer 445 Milk i 1030 Pork loinI 1035tBreakfast foods 1117 1185o oButterRico 2025 Potatops 2950 Beans dried 3040 WHEAT FLOUR 6540 ENERGY MUSCLE AND STRENGTHGIVING QUALITIES MnOne pound of flour costing 3 cents will go as far asn ILJ two pounds of meat costing 15c to 20c per pound UJJ- Ino flour that is bleached strength is sacrificed for color O II Ask your grocer for LEWISPORT BEST flour H- IIII U I and you will got tho best flour J o1 FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING GROCERSo 0 LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY I J k LEWISPORT KYlfiJE II Q0 1111 0 Tii01iOQI E II Q0 = 10 1111t 10II0- o FOR SALEo 0 One pair 5yearold horse mules 14 hands well brdkv en One 15 handmare mule One extra good har o ness mare Two cheap 0 mares one in foal Three good horses One fresh Jersey heifer and her heif= er calf flJflJ- o o BEARD BROS IDJJ HARDINSBURG aKENTUCKY ID QOIIt 101111 X01= III 10 1 IIiID PUBLICSALE I Ii On W N Pates farm ono milo East of Mattingly on Saturday Feb 13 1909 There will fooa public palo of a few good mares cattle 48 head of t good sheep hogs farming implements 1 wagon 1 Spring wagon 1 Surrey 1 Buggy some feed XEHMsCash br note with good security W N PATE Haltingly Ky s E7m t1of Fresh tollIII u- Gusrenter it t le n Every Oilnf r a- Pl4nterlhontdrp Itt aapedornrerlreo r NotthtnrtrSPECtaL Ii C1rf is FOR 10 GENTS- we will aced j oBtiiftl our FAMOUS COLLECTION 1 pkr60 DIY TOt U1 pkr frloMii Rudlrii It t p1r BtllQnwlir Celtrr l1 1111 Earl Arrowhad C 1 b re a1 ptr Vnlltrtoa Market UtUl 1- 0AklsTaritlicwlHovrSd Y rr rTtlU tvSayl rurAto r1nf 1ip p t r ptcklut inti rtcelti toa tbom lu w t t w ether with er JionJ In ti r a onuATNOitruuitK Kin o 1381 Hose St Kooltfuitl IlUtioit Jate ue bswels b7 w Der- MYer fen wrl Uver UIiI i 3 MALL traWit asHert wrSM A Dont Forget Us When in need of Foundry Machine Boiler and Gasoline Boat WorkTin and Electricall work fro carry a full line of Plum bore Supplies Mill Sup plies The best Paints and Floor Finishes Oils Greases Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Order Once a Customer Always Ones Cloverport Foundry Machine Co JEiKEITHJ SON- Dealers In Granite Marble and Stoner Cloverport Kentucky iubMms4Nee W 4a ip v r I k 1 i f n r s s I 4Gt r t kt- r 1 I I w i Ii I M IaV- a r ppr pr pv pt 4 f rI Ss Ii A Remedy Reliable CATARRH 1 Elys Cream Balm It qulcktf absorbed GIves Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseasmomb- rand resulting from Oatarrh and drives JholIeal VERstorosTaste and Smell Full size CO cts atDrug- gists or by mall In liquid form 75 cents Ely Brothers 50 Warren Street New York T5he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEB 17 1909 PERSONALAND LOCAL Timber Wanted500 cords 30 inches long for Hamo blocks of Beech Sugar Maple Ash Oak White Elm Hack berry Apply to T F Sawyer Grocery and Wallpaper store Cloverport Mrs James Cordrcy has returned from Evanston Ill The Missionary Society will meet at jjbe Methodist church at 230 Friday afternoon All are requested to come Mrs H Behen and Mrs Ira Behen spent Thursday in Louisville- E Bowno hasrelurned from a busi ness trip to Chicago Mrs Wills and Mrs Sawyer have re turned from Hawesville- W J Mason of Cabot was here Saturday enrouto to Hawesville Judge Mercer was in Cloverport Fri day x Dr Bush Cloverport 1st 2nd and 3rd Mondays and Tuesdays Hard insburg 4th Monday 3 days Irving ton Thurday and Friday following 4th MondayJohn T Ditto spout Sunday here H Behen had charge of ths Freight Depot while Fred Ferry was in Hafdiris burg and Frank Morris of Hawesvillo was in the Passenger Depot until Mr Perry s return Mr and Mrs Burt Muir have arrived in Louisville from Ridgeway Penn Mrs Ryan went to Louisville Friday to visit her daughter Mrs Burt Muir Many new things in canned goods NolteeGo Noltes grocery for every thing good to eat Field and Garden seedsNolts- bCod Halibut and Bloater fish Nolle Tobacco Canvas at Noltes Shoes that willkeep your feet dry at NoltesVisit Noltes Grocery Department You will find good things Miss Lillian Sippel has returned from a delightful visit in Louisville Mrs Lusk has returned to Stonewall Miss She was accompanied home by her mother Mrs Keith The infant twin babies of Mr and Mrs Tom Faith who died Monday were buried in the Cloverport cemetery yes terday Mrs Fred Fraize went to Versailles Monday Miss Tula Daniels of Hardinsburg was here Monday from St Louis to spend the evening with Mrs V G Babbagc Oscar French of My5tic was in Hardi burg Monday J C Moredocfc of Harned went to Qwensboro Monday on business Mrs S D Sturgeon of Anchorage Is visiting Mrs B W Winn in the West End Cieo N Harris went to Sample Mon day to xaft and run300 logs out of Sink Tag Creek The logs go to Tell City How To Gain Fleshi Persons have been known to gainapoundadagbytakinganounce is strange but iit often happens Somehow the ounce produces the pound it seems to start the digestive machinery going properly so that the patient is able to digest and absorb his ordinary food which he could not do before and that is the way the gain is made isInecessary for health if you have not got it you can get it 0by taking SCOTTS EMULSION Semi thta adwtlMm ii erwltb ltof paper la which Ittaddrew and four conk to cover paMape Md we will send yw 1II Celetc Haady AUaiwtbe World SCOTT bOWN 4Oi Pirl9t New York Dr R H McMullin of Hardinsburg was called to Henderson last week to see his father who was very ill He is in his 77th year Monday he was call ed back home to SOP his motherinlaw Mrs R C Beauchamp who is critical y ill at her home at the Falls of Rough SOCIETY NOTES JGirls Club Miss Ante Jarboe will entertain the Girls Club this afternoon Birthday Party Mrs Viola Jackson celebrated the fortyninth annh ersary of her birthday Wednesday afternoon by entertaining fifteen friends at her home in the West End The guests had a most delight ful time and just before their departure delicious refreshments were served 000 For Miss Ditto Jifhonoraf the home of Mr and Mrs Chas SkillmanJMonday evening The guests were Misses Georgie White Josio Raitt Mrs Wick DeHaven Misses Elizabeth Skillman and Louise Bab bage 000 500 Party Miss Elizabeth Skillman gave an in formal 500 party Saturday afternoon in honor of Miss Addie G Ditto of Louisville pod Recital of Music The older pupils of Miss Lula Severs gave a very creditable recital at the home of Mr and Mrs D H Severs Saturday evening The house was decorated in potted plants and white carnations which Miss Severs had re ceived as a valentine Miss Mildred Babbage Miss Eloise Ivfolte and Miss Elizabeth Skillman played several num bers beautifully and from memory Misses Lenora McGavock and Francis Sawyer assisted in receiving Besides the pupils Miss Rebecca Willis ami Louise Babbage took part in the program The guests enjoyed the occasion thoroughly and are indebted to Miss Severs for the pleasure 000 Mlbs DeHaven Entertains Miss Moorman and Miss Dean were honored with a beautiful party given by Miss Mamie DeHaven at her home Monday evening Hows This Wo olfer One Hundred Dollars Reward for nny case of Catarrh that cannot bv cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Ir J CHENEY Toledo O Wo the undersigned have known K J Cheney for tho last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In ull business transact ions and financially able to carry out any obligations mado by his firm WAMHNO IINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting dIrectly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Testimonial sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all DruggistsTake Family Pills for constipation Tobacco Notes The Green River Tobacco Association and the Home Warehouse Association have joined hands and will work together this year Tho 12000 hills pledge adopted by the Green River Association is being circulated fqr the 1909 crop The Green River Association controlled 18 million pounds last year and sold at satisfactory prices There will be n big crop of Burley planted in Daviess county 000- A A Richardson of Garfield was in Louisville last week selling tobacco He disposed of 250 bhds of Burley at an average af about 16 Mr Richardson was well pleased with his sales and will make good money but he says we have a lot of dark on hand which will lose us money All of Mr Richardsons friends were hoping he would come out with good big meney on his purchase Goo Thomas Davis at Basin Springs has a plant bed of 400 square yards all planted and ready to come up He expects to plant 13 acres Says if good season ha will have plants enough to supply himself and all his neighbors Last year Mr Davis put out 2700 Mils which brought him JS10- 2iono Farmers should not lose sight of the A S of E It is HP organization that has helped the farmer and it will help him again if its principles are ived up to 1009 ought to be the banner year of the organization Every farmer in this county should lhe a member Join the order pay your dues and help the good cause In union there is strength Card of Thanks Thee undersigned takes this method tdtbanlcouf friends of Minnievllle and surroundings for their kindness to us In theh aaofour laying wiff andmother rOi Merserve and family AFTER FOURYEARSOF I Cured by Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound Baltimore bidFor four years my life was n misery reifrom draggingextreme nervous ness and that all gone feeling in my stomach I had given up hope of over being well when I bean to take Lydia EPink VegetableCompound I felt as thougha new life had been given me and I am recommending it to all my friondsMrs W S Form 1038 Lansdowno St Baltimore Md The most successful remedy In this country for the cure of all forms of female complaints Is Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound It has stood the test of years and today is more widely and successfully used than any other female remedy Ithas cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements inflam mation ulceration fibroid tumors ir regularities periodic pains backache flatulencyindigestion after all other means had failed If you are suffering from any of these ailments dont Irlve up hope until you Lytable E Pinkhams Vege a trial If you would like special advice LnDt1la89thousands to health free of charge WHAT CLOVERPORT WOMEN DO Busy as bees and happy as larks are Cloverport women from sun up to sun down In admirable ways they ac complish much which is worth noting oooL- earning to Farm 011 want to subscribe for the Farm Journal said Mrs Frank Mattingly the other day in that fascinating and shy little way she has in trying to be a farmer lady I want it to help me farm she explained One thing Mrs Mattingly did this winter atIhog kill ing time was to have all the spare ribs and sausage cooked immediately They keep splendidly put up this way and are delicious warmed just before serving ooo Saves nag zlnes Probably there is not a woman in town who is iso well read in current literature af Mrs James Harris It is most interesting to hear her converse upon the late topics Mrs Harris is now having a collection of her choice magazines bound and it is a most excellent way to preserve valuable arti des 000 Teaches Her Children One of the sweetest young mothers in Cloverport is Mrs Chas Hook She iid not only pretty and attractive but beautifully unselfish As much as there is to take up her time every weekshe always teaches her little daughters Ruby Haynes and Elizabeth Moorman the Golden Text in each Sunday School lesson One visit to the different Sun day school classes proves how few mothers take upon them selves to im part to their children this needed knowledge ooo Made Eleven Comforts A comfort day and eleven comforts That is what Mrs George Jordan has recently done by herself loan put a comfort in the frame and tack it in one day said Mrs Jordan and I have made eleven Mrs Jordan Is a wonder when it comes to managing a house and sire is truly one woman who has not missed her calling 000 That Agent Last week nearly every honsekgoper in town was pestered with what most thought was a fake agent but he de clared he was a working man He did work a few for a quarter or moreI His chief characteristic was his knowing everyone so well He called at Mrs Frank Paynes home When he entered the door Mrs Chas Skillman was sitting in the room null he bowed to her graciously nnd saidIGoodevenlng Mrs Skillman Mrs Payne judged from his familiar address that ho was n trfend of her visitor however Mrs Skillman did not know hint from Adam He proclaimed his business and said every woman in Pineville look his paIper and egg separator except a bankers I wife All bankers are robbers and I she couldnt rot uie of the magazine so Ijaveitt her Mrs Skillman said meekly My husband la a banker and Mrr Payne told him Mr Payne was a quicklyfrom cbairsaid Wants+ r3tir r v r3 a lt lar POll BALIAt a hnralnOno portable saw now and OaarScott traction enirlno In Rood condition Address Hawesvillo Hub and Manufacturing Co llawvsvlllo ICy poll ItENTA furnished room In a rest 1 deuce convenient to business part of town and depot Apply at the News umce On IIENTTwo splendid rooms tn tho News building suitable for a small busI- ness COR SALE Scholarship in Bowling Oreon 1 University Howling Green Ky Itreck enrldgo News HEATER and cooker combIned stove for News office FOItSALEOno pair bay horse mules years old broke to work Match L O Johnson Cloverport FOR SALE Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Pure bred Sows and Guilts a Specialty Furnished in Pairs not Related E P HARDAWAY- R No1 IRVINGTON KY Farm WantedA Wish to hear quickly from OWNERS I who will soil DIRECT TO BUYER good farm ot any size In any locality OWNERS only about need locution answer who are wllllnirto close their own deal direct I e Ith BUYER wIthout paying any com mission to anyone I am no agent and accept no commission I wish to con nect my iitwiwEDS or BUYERS with OWNERS so they can buy direct and save paying a fancy price to some agent Write quickly Olvo price and de manytuyorsby I yourlowestNY L DARBVSIIIRE Box 1812 Rochester I COURT NOTES In the case of the Commonwealth against Martin Dowell charged with voluntary manslaughter the jury dis agreed and another trial will be necessary 000 In the case of the Commonwealth against Albert PylEs John Pool John and Henderson Guthrie charged with breech of the peace Pyles was cleared tool was fined 10 John Guthrie was fined 25 and Henderson Guthrie was fined 150 o00- Frank Williams the sixteen year old boywho broke into Frank Fraizes store at Cloverport plead guilty aud was senten ed to one year in the penitentiary A motion has been made to have him bent to the School of Reform which will likely be done 000 These names were omitted from last weeks petit jury Hat John Carter J H Miller L H Dowell and John Gib son 000 The bond of foOO for the appearance Haschell Shellman at this term of court was forfeited upon his failing to appear for trial ooo Chester Daugherty was found guilty of disturbing religious worship and was fit ed 40 and sentenced to ten days in the county jjti1 000 Abe Lewis failed to appear at this court and his bondsmen had to make good the 850 bond for his appearance 000 Ksn Ferry oil the charge of malici ously shooting and wounding another with intent to kill was found not guilty 000 Isaac Comptons suit against the railroad for damage by fire resulted in the jurys awarding him 50 Mon day Dontt Be Misled The retail druggists of this country as a class are noted for their high standard of intelligence rind honorable dealing but it is a well known fact that occasionally you will find one who will try to sell you something else when you call for a remedy of established yourhealthpocketbook For example when you ask for Dr Kilmers SwarnpRoot the great Kid ney Liver and Bladder Remedy dont let any druggist drug clerk or store keeper persuade you into buying some thing else in its place Every time he succeeds in selling you a worthless substitute he makes more profit but you are humbugged at the expense of your healthFor many years we have watched with much interest the remarkable record maintained by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot From the very beginn ing the proprietors had so much confi dence in it that they invited every one to send for A free sample bottle so that people could judge of Its great curative value in even the most distressing cases of kidney liver and bladder troublesOn page of tbls paper you will find a few of the letters prompted by feelings of heartfelt gratitude that are constantly coming to Dr KilmerI Company NO one can doubt such sincere and honest testimony SwampRoot Laboratories by Dr Kilmer Co Bingham ton N YDont cperirnentrlftyou need a medicine ybut phpuld have the best V utr I trIMJ1Wb woutllfJt IMI GOOD WEATHER FOR 1 I nt- r SHOES 1 J Keep your feet dry to help preserve health These rainy and damp days demand good rfootwear We have the goods to make confortable The heavy medium and youjjj weight shoes for everybody I Rubbers Gaiters Leggings I Come to us for the kind that last the longest j JCNOLTEBROCLOVERPORT f 1 Ci t WftINllt I FFURS WANTED FURSWe want especially Skunk Mink Raccoon Fox Opossum Otter and Muskrats Ship your produce to us Highest market prices paid forII Hides Wool Tallow Feathers Beeswax Dried Fruit Medicinal Roots Ginseng and Horse Hides We are Dealers and Exporters No commission charged prompt returns Agents for largest tanneries In America REFERENCE Any Rank or Merchant In Louisville or ask your neighbors who ship to us Shipping tugs and prices on application Try us with a shipment Established 1868 ISAAC KyInI l = s eIryA4afM JI m Im9m ifti11U1i fim re IIThe Carlsbad of America I French Lick and West Baden Springs I IndINow reached by direct line of I theI I =c Southern Railway I riLeavt Evansville 7 20 am 2 20 pm Rockport 7 15 am 2 15 pmHI Cannelton 7 15 am 2 15 I II Tell Cily 7 25 am 222 pmIiII Troy 7 3b am 2 32 IiArriveFrench Lickl0 20 am 5 45 pm iiArrive West DadenIO am 555 pm IfiiDallyExcept Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS fJl seaEvansville l 20Rockport tl1 I 11 761TellIilD8iRtlIIlIMfllllIJIlWIfSfIlJfj BANKOF CLOVERPORT Incorporated 1903 CapitalSurplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Sate Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive tho same cnroful1 attention ris largos ones and we appre ciate your business and in- S fluence Interest paid on Time Deposits r BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVBDIORT KY I DR W M CASPER DENTIST- At Cloverpqrt every Wednesday and Thursday tttDrrl8utroot8 Office YOUH- ave i Yoirself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You- EyesyTcsfed o FREE Glasses Guaranteed Severs Drug Co H DeH riOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURG KY Will Ipractice his profession In nil of the Courts of HreckenrlOKo and adjoining coup iter Special nttentlonfvell to collodion road cases Llcen e to practice In United States DUinu Courts Olllcoovcr Hank of Hardtnaburi IIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Home Seekers Rates ITo the West and South West first and Tuesdays via L H St L Reduced rates to Mardi Gras Feb 17 18 1020 21 22 end one way second class ate to California and Northwest t Marc It to April 30 ua I I J r r r 1 H j i i r fw i I i i L q n r- r r i 0 i r Va krrr krr 1t I At i- srxr a 1V Cy iarCy k LC ttJ V t Jm Ire rfka r a Liz x e rr 7J i t t ri- rr tV fv z- k 4 k t I 4t t 4fV fV r j RED CLOUDS VICTORY AND m1 DEFEAT BY BUFFALO BILL FROM TRUE TALES OFT H PLAINS COPYRlGHT1oea WU7tAM1M1COIrf t Roman Nose Black WHILE Tall Bull Yellow and numbers of great Indian chiefs rocclv td stinging defeats and were sent to the happy hunting grounds themselves tko pages of frontier history teem with Mngulnary successes which will show that tho red man did not always get It In the neck One of these success ful red warriors who for years was known as the Terror of tho Plains well earned that title and that Is my present Indian friend Red Cloud now living at Pine Itldge agency over lghty years old Among his many teats was the wily cunning with The two colonels were found lylmj skin l y side which he engineered what Is known as the Fort Phil Kearny massacre Red Cloud was then a young ambi tious and a most powerful rising chief of the Ogalalla Sioux and ignored tho actions of the older Indian chiefs In 18G5 at the IIarneySanborne treaty heIboldly denounced the white mans from thevasion sprang up called on the discontented to follow him and went on the warpath From that time that section became a veri table burying ground wherever the wily chief could succeed In finding sub jects for his vengeance Red Cloud kept the fort in constant agitation even making It dangerous to collect wood on the surrounding hillsides In the first six months there were 154 per sons killed and a great number wounded besides hundreds of animals cattle and mules stolen One of these attacks Is famed because of the fall of Colonel Fetterman and his men were practi cally victims of gallantry and Indiscretion Colonel Fetterman was a man With a splendid record Although he had several experiences in one of which Lieutenant BIngham was killed together with several soldiers and only the timely arrival of General Car rlngton himself saved them yet he still expressed himself that with a hundred men he could ride through the Sioux nation On the fatal occasion the wood train had been sent out to se cure wood and bring timber to finish building the hospital for the fort Soon Information was brought from one of the outposts on the hill to General Car rington that the train was In peril Colonel Fetterman was put In com mand of about a hundred men and started to form a Junction with tilt wood train lie made a detour hoping to take the Indians In the rear The Indian scouts on seeing his ad vance from ttIS other side of the hill left a few to occupy the attention of the wood train and concentrated on Fetterman The wood train brokp cor ral and went off seven miles northeast of the fort to the PIney The Indians massed In overwhelming numbers and notwithstanding the bravery of the lit tle command simply wiped them out of existence and then retired to cole brate their victory In one spot was found a pile of about fortynine men stripped of clothing and mutilated Colonels Fetterman and Brown were found lying sldo by side some believ lag that at the last moment rather than bo captured they died by each others hands The news was receive nil over the country with great horror whUofrom one end of the plains to the other among tho red men rang peans of praise for the great young Red Cloud and his achievements gave him a power In the Sioux councils that he held through many long years Red Clouds continued success drew to his ranks ambitious braves from every section until ho had such a for midable organization that if It were understood that these tribes were of as many nations as distinct In a way as among tho white races onehalf of his followers would bo entitled to the name and devilish recklessness of tho most famed foreign llegions To sap that he kept the vast theater of con test In hot water n continuous stew or made the plains as active as a picnic party or a hornets nest Is not exagger ation lie kept Fort Phil Kcnruy prac tically invested for a year and with predatory bands sent hero and there over the plains he carried devastation and destruction to the most unexpect ed quarters possessing as he did an organization that conditions permit ting made his force as effective as light horse cavalry However the in ventive genius and commercial spirit of the white man In shop and factory was actively engaged in producing firearms so improved that like the needle gun in the Prussians hands in the Eu ropean wars of 1800 to 1872 they created in his simple mind an astonish ment that he could not believe or dream of until he suffered from a fear ful demonstration of the fact Myself and others of course kept up our per sonal pull by adopting every Im provement from the old muzzle loader to the breechloading Springfield and therepeatersIIenry Remington and WInchesterwhich gave us often the necessary protective advantage This Improvement in arms was destined a little over a year after the Fetterman massacre to give Red Cloud and Mr Injun the surprise of their lives and something to think of as bad medi cineSavage as we have called him the Indian In his primitive state was most loyal in his belief and appeal under all circumstances and conditions to tho Supreme Being always appealing for guidance assistance and success to tho Great SpirIt Whether it Was In fol lowing the chase for subsistence suc cess In war for rapine murder plun der or horso stealing for abundance in crops and grasses or in conquests in love he was strikingly Imbued with the necessity of the Great Rulers friendly assistance or Good Medi cine Failure in all these pursuits he attributed to the preponderating In fluence of the Evil Spirit or Bad Medicine So after several cam paigns of continued success the reader can imagine the surprise not to say consternation and depression that re sulted from his audacious attempt to at last annihilate the garrison at Fort Phil Kcaruy lie assembled nearly 3000 warriors for this purpose nil well equipped with carbines and muzzle loaders but was unaware that the fort had been supplied with the new Allen modification of the Springfield breechlondlug rifle Besides the rifles carbines etc the Indians were mighty well equipped for closeIn fighting with the bow and arrow With the latter In time of war and In a close fight with the whites an ex pert archer could keep up a stream of these death dealing missiles with a rapidity equaling the best Winchester of today and limited only to the number of arrows a hundred or more that his quivers held In the scheme of battle that Red Cloud had designed on this occasion he had Intended to over whelm even at great loss the ability of a muzzle loading enemy to with stand his attack backed with the ar row experts whose work would be far superior to that of the revolver This had been done In minor engagements successfully but had never been tried on as complete a scale as Red In tended it on this occasion though the idea just simply happened a little too late Suddenly Investing the fort he found the wood train as he thought in exactly the same condition as it had been under Fetterman but experience had taught the troops who armed magnificently and under the capable lead of Captain James W Powell and Lieutenant Jenness had been long pre paring for defense In case of surprise In hauling the timber and wood for winter use he wagon beds were not used tho wood and timber being carried upon the running gears and the wagon beds were used to form an ob long corral with openings at each end so that in emergency they could be closed by wagons which had the beds on them The wagon beds were used to storo all the camp equipage cloth Ing commissaries etc while reen forced with sandbags and anything that would stop a bullet and if Ire member correctly they were lined with boiler iron with rifle loopholes As preliminary to the attack on the fort Red Cloud thought to repeat the Fetterman result and sent about GOO picked then to surround the little cor ral to which Powell and the woodmen had retreated numbering thirtytwo in all Wagon sheets were thrown over the tops of the wagon beds to screen tho defenders from observation and save them perhaps from the 111 effects of the arrow fire at close quarters There was plenty of ammunition Slihd plenty of rifles Every man had at least three and some no fewer than eight Some men who were not con sidered deadly shots were told off to keep cleaning up for the others There was a quartet of old frontiersmen led by ono renowned as a dead shot Joe Mcrivillc and others whose names at tho present time I sincerely regret that I cannot remember who averaged eight or ten weapons apiece Powell himself took one end of the corral and Jenness tho other and everything was prepared to give the haughty Sioux H j lesson in the range power and wonderful rapidity of fire which the new rifle permitted At the same tittle the Indians bad really surprised them and appeared In such numbers that the lit tle garrison from commander down on hasty consultation decided that It was a forlorn hope to think of escape though nil were determined to tight to the last breath The Indians spread out and gallantly charged while the main body of Indians between thorn and the tort look ed on exultantly fully prepared to take advantage of any opening Powell had commanded not a shot to be fired until his orders and Inspiring his men with his own coolness it was reserved until the yelling horde came within 150 then 100 then 50 yards from them when Fire boys fire was shouted and a perfect sheet of flame burst forth Horses and riders tumbled and a drliv ing sleet of bullets struck the charging mass To the Indians astonishment the fire did not stop at ono volley OR usual but continued to belch forth un- Interruptedly Then the too circled around at a mad gallop but like the blazing spark from a fireworks pin wheel the corral responded with death dealing effect which at last the sur vivors hurriedly escaped from The result to the defenders was encourag ing as a mass of horses with dead and wounded Indians lay In all direc tions as a forest of trees falls by the striking of n tornado The corral lost the gallant Lieutenant Jenness with a bullet through his head one soldier was killed and two were severely wounded leaving twentyeight at the post To the Indians the whole affair was a terrible puzzle and they actually believed that the corral held ten times the number of men for they now adopted a new method by preparing to surround the corral with skirmishers the bow and arrow men creeping for ward ahead of those with rifles taking advantage of every depression In the ground until within range then to overcome the besieged with gun and arrow fire when the main attack would be made by the entire body of wi f riors This was wonderfully skillful In execution but the defense was almost Impregnable and the defenders were silent under the fusillade that tore Into the wagons and the arrows that lucre ed through the sheets So terrific was the fire that It sounded like crackling thunder ahd the strategic silence that ensued caused the Indians to think that It had been effective although actually not a defender was hurt in this second attack Under a heavy fire from the skir mishers a thousand Indians broke ipto a charge encouraged by the silence when again rang out tho merciless fire led by Powells own rifle On they pressed until almost to the wagon beds suffering from a slaughter al most unheard of when back they again rode A few feet more and It would have been all over In a hand to hand conflict But so close had they come that some of the men threw missiles In their faces This was repeated for six times tho sixth being the final charge and re pulse which If It lied been followed A driving elect of inflicts struck the In deans by another would have been success ful as many of the rifles had become overheated others useless and the ammunition was nearly exhausted Then to add to the general joy the distant sound of a howitzer was heard and Major Smith from the fort with 100 men was seen in the distance and a shell burst In the midst of the In dians as another puzzle in the use of arms The principal effort the Indians made then was to carry off their wounded which they eventually suc staI1dforwhen disheartened and dismayed they sullenly retreated Captain Pow ell in his report says that another attack would have been successful ow ing to the exhausted condition of arms ammunition and men The Indians had a splendid opportunity in the open to cheep Smiths command but believing in tho Great Spirits an ger and thtt there was Bad Medi tine in the neighborhood thpy thought It bcirt to retlro from the influence of the Evll Spirit The IncH ans lost 1137 inen The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company7t B F BEARD President M II BEARD Cashier I PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier Capital 50000 Surplus 5000 Richardson Pays 3 per cent on time deposits no more Three per cent is as much as t the best banks in state pay and as much as any safely paytItching piles provoke profanity but profanity wont euro them Doans Ointment cures Itching bleeding or protruding piles after years of suffering At any drug store NEW BUREAU FITTINGS I Dresden Silk Covered Articles For Miladys Dressing Tables Dresden silk is BO much liked now- Adays that it is even used to cover the backs of hairbrushes Hand mirrors and hairbrushes with Dresden eilk backs are beginning to supersede the silver backed articles on some wo mens toilet tables There is a cer tain Ingenious and industrious woman who has built up a flourishing bust nessa business in which she employs several girlsjust backing brushes and making toilet table articles with Dresden ribbon Backing u brush or a hand mirror with Dresden silk Is really a very elm TOILET BET OOVEHED WITH SILL pie matter and any one with deft tin ger can manage It The silk Is glued to the wooden backed brush and gold braid is glued around the edges A comb and brush tray and a powder box can be covered in the same spanner and the set makes a dainty pres ent for a woman The Dresden silk pincushion Is shaped n little like a pair of bellows The sides are of silk covered cardboard and the cushioned edge holds the pins Stops earache In two minutes tooth ache or pain of burn or scald in five minutes hoarseness one hour muscle ache two hours sore the at twelve hoursDr Thomas Eclectric Oil mon arch over pain 1 i + j CRANBERRY LORE Several Delicious Way of Preparing This Much Used Berry There are all kinds of ways of pre paring cranberries Some cooks serve themas a very acid thin sauce and take the trouble to strain it This Is a mistake Cranberries should be heavi ly sweetened and cooked with little water so that they can be molded In pretty individual molds A quart of cranberries require obly a cupful of boiling water Boll stead ily rather rapidly for twenty minutes add two cupfuls of sugar and cook for ten minutes longer An exact tlmq must be given in cooking cranberries If one wishes to have them jelly prop erly Almost any cranberries will Jel ly perfectly If cooked exactly according to these directions Do not strain them Pour Into small china molds This gives a dark rich looking mold that is not top acid yet preserves all the individuality of the fruit Spiced cranberries are something like spiced currants Put two even tablcspoonfuls of ground cinnamon ono of ground cloves and half a table spoonful of ground allspice into a muslin bag and tie it up Simmer It in a cupful of cold water for half an hour Then add the spiced water to seven pounds of cranberries three and a half pounds of sugar and two cupfuls of cIder vinegar Cook slowly until thick and then so 1 up In jars Some house wives servo this In place of the ordinary cranberry sauce as a novelty Cranberry sherbet is a refreshing dessert When not frozen very stilt it Is sometimes used as a unique sorbet to serve at an elaborate turkey dinner This Ice melts easily so that It should be served immediatelyI To make it boll a quart of cranberries with two cupfuls of water until soft Add two cupfuls of sugar and stir un til dissolved Let It cool add the juice of one or two lemons and freeze Some housewives may prefer the ice sweeterFor novel cranberry pie have at hand a cupful of cranberries half a cupful of seeded raisins n cupful of sugar It cupful of boiling water a tablespoonful of lour and a teaspoonful of vanilla If you like the flavor The pie will be just as good If not better without It Cut the berries In half and cover them with cold water Let them stand while you chop the raisins and mix them with the flour sugar boiling water and flavoring Lift the berries from the water and stir them into the mixture Bake it between two crusts tIq UJ PIOS lea ogt sasop SZoiagewaA9 KjetSStup 4q piog Bojnujux moj a Isnl ui urwl 6av glad areanay WlIW Ia DIRECTORS Morris Eskridgo G Wl Beard D S Dr A M Kincheloo C V Robertson B F Beard this managed The Secrtt Of Long Life A French scientist has discoveredone secret of long life His method deals with the blood But long ago millions of Americans had proved Electric Bit ters prolongs life and makes it worth living It purifie9enriches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells imparts life and tone to the entire sys tern Its a godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writW M Sherman of Cushing Mo bust Electric Bitters cured mo entirely Only 60c at Severs Drug Store Raised 329731 The raises made by the Board of Super visors together with their discoveries of unlisted property amounted to 329 731 By districts the raises are as follows Hardinsburg magisterial district 80368 Cloverport 61223 Union Star 48607 Bewlcyville 54773 Hudson f3s418 McDaniels 40342 Washington Once Gate Up to three doctors wat kept in bed for five weeks Blood poison from a spiders bite caused large deep sores to cover Ills leg The doctors failed then Buck fens Arnica Salve completely cured me writesJohn Washington of Bosqueville Tex For eczema boils burns and piles its supreme a5c at Severs Drug Store Of Interest 10 Our Colored Folks The colored folks will have a big con cert in the Methodist church Saturday night 000 Pete Jackson is still siCk t000 Joe Bradford buys a copy of the News nearly every week 000 Chas Green the mail carrier for the Cloverpor postoffice has been sick for several days Revolts At Cold Steel Your only hope said the doctors to Mrs M E Fisher Detroit Mich suf fering from severe rectal trouble lies in an operation 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A n i l s s lI t f 7- I r I- VIVVi J 71- 1 ayl F 4t t a i lJl i ny I ii r i 4 rd w i ll w it ra ll w I SIT s he Coolness 1 t of Peter ii- Dy EDGAR WELTON COOLEY Copyright 1008 by E W Cooley MWNNN S Sw- Nit sounded n bell fBrtnINOIj the stillness opened his n start then sat bolt upright and titnred INot tour feet from him stood a man with a mask over his eyes Ho was holding a dark lantern flashing tho IlghJ glaringly In Peters face How daro YOUh began the man with itio mask offended how dare you sot an alarm clock to go off at the very moment Im ransacking the house Dye want to scare mo to death How dp you know but I might be subject to heart failure or something and that the sudden fright IIm sorry began Peter humbly I didnt mean to disturb you IIcant sleep comfortably on one sIde all the time you know and I have to set tho alarm to awaken mo so I can turn over Oh I said tho man apprehending eWcll dont let It occur again iIll try not to replied Peter oblig ingly But you enoWhe hesitated Uju cant always fell about that clock You cant always anticipate Its behav lor It Is a very absentminded clock and possesses some very peculiar no tions of Its own Really It Is the most aggravating clock you ever saw Why once I set the alarm for 4 oclock in tho morning I wished to go to tho station to meet my uncle you know Ho WaS a very rich bachelor with no Im mediate family Besides ho was In exceedingly poor health And would you believe It that miserable clock betray ed the confidence Imposed In It And your uncle asked the man InterestedlyMy was compelled to hunt mo up and ring us out of bed It was very embarrassing Of course wo had to make some kind of an explanation But unfortunately you know my wife and I had no opportunity to consult together We told entirely differentt stories That made my uncle sus picious Naturally said the man Then to make matters worse resumed Peter with a sigh my uncle was a chronic story teller ono of those people who take a frenzied delight In relating a long narrative with a Joke at the end if itthe kind of a joke you know lmt you dont really laugh at until the next day- I understanar sam me man tan lug a sent on the edge of the bed re signedly Tve heard them kind of jokes myself I call em vaccination jokes They have a point to em all Rteht but they dont take until later Besides they are pretty near as bad RS having tie smallpox The man chuckled softly Well Peter continued at breakfast tha morning thlc uncle of mine told one of his stories It was during the days when nearly everybody had one of those silly little things they called chestnut bells You remember Perfectly said the man Well at the very moment my uncle sprang his joke and leaned back to enjoy our mirth that clockthat un regenerate malicious clock Peter laughed long and loudly Dont cried the man In a hoarse whisper glancing nffrightedly about Youll arouse the household There Isnt anybody else In this part of the house reassured Peter but my wife asleep In the next room and shes leaf you know Real ly she is so deaf that I can wear a red necktie green checkered trousers and a purple vest and como homo any hour of tho night without awakening heruYpurelucky said the man and being lucky Lucky repeated Peter Im so luckyNever mind about that Interrupted the man I was just going to remark that I never saw a lucky man who didnt have money Money replied Peter Of course I have money Really Ive got so much money that I cant fall down knowfOnco I- Just hand It over then Interposed tho man with the mask commandingly tlDo 1 understand that you wish me to hand my money over to you 7 queried Peter cautiously Thats what I remarked replied the man and youd better be quick about it If you dont want My dear sir said Peter impressive moreOor less successfully J peg to give you it little timely advice see here said the man Irritably flI aint going tp waste any more tuno with you Ive wasted too much al readyWhy Eo you have remarked Peter thoughtfully but you see it Isnt ex bctly my fault I didnt Invite you here and really Im not insisting upon yourojValtlngWell you are cool said tho man admiringly Of course Im cool replied Peter Iks very convenient to bo cool some times ona cold winters night for in stance You see your were wont put her feet against you If you are cool The man with the mask laughed soft ly then arose to hisi feet Look here herald Vare you going to give mo that money or aint you Ive got a gun in- say hand Its pointing at you its load 5 triggeryilIt certainly Is very kind of you to war ino of my danger replied Peter i gratefully The light of your lantern blinds me BO that I had not noticed your had a gnu But really wont you please point It In some other direction It uuko me nervous you know and when I get nervous my memory falls mo quite suddenly I might forget where I put my money I always ex perience considerable trouble In re membering what I do with all my money anyhow Come come said the man Hand It over Fork It out I cant stay hero all night I want to bo going Since you speak of It replied Peter wearily I really wish you would go I would enjoy going back to sleep you know Im tired You see I was out to the lodge last night Do you belong to any lodge No Well tho union then you belong to the union of courseI very plainly said tho man resolutely that you do not Intend to give mo that money peacefully Guess Id better Why my dear sir esponded Peter naively I havent refused have n Really I beg your pardqn It I have appeared backward In complying with your most natural and reasonable request I am not unmindful you know that you are at this moment a guest In my house and I certainly meant no disrespect How much money do you wantAll you have replied tho man gruffly But my dear sir protested Peter humbly If you could just manage to get along with a trifle lessjust a trifle you knowperhaps some time in tho future 1 lcnn repay your kindness and consldcitlon You see tomorrow morning before breakfast Is the day and the hour when our cook expects her weeks wages Possibly you lack the experience that would enable you to thoroughly understand the situation but really you know I cannot Imagine any position more embarrassing In which a man could be placed than to be forced to face his cook on such a momentous occasion without a cent in his pocket and mycook unfortunately Is a very robust cook Really I shud der to oven think of such a predicament To thunder with tho cook replied the man shortly I want to know If youre going to And then there are the gas man and the iceman resumed Peter Of course I realize that you have nearly as much claim upon my money as they havereally It Is rather difficult to dis criminate between youbut it wouldnt be just right you know to give you all the money id not save a cent for the other holdup men now would 117 Of course I understand that between you all you will get all my money anyhow and Im roally not much concerned who gets tl most only I dont want to appear partial you know You can lo Just as you please replied the man determinedly You have your choice between giving mo all your money and taking the consequences Im not hero for my health I tell you Oh well If you feel that way about it said Peter resignedly youll find my trousers on a chair at the foot of the bed My purse Is in the right hip pocket The man with the mask walked to the chair slipped his hand In the pocket indicated and pulled out a black wal let Emptying the contents upon the bed ho counted them deliberately See here he said Indignantly there Is only 1024 here What gasped Pater breathlessly leaping out upon tho floor How muchdid you say Ten dollars and twentyfour cents replied the man Are you sure demanded Peter In an agony of despair Are you certain you havent ma i a mistake No said the wan Thats all there Is Oh dear dear walled Peter I see It all I didnt want to believe It but I guess It must be true It really Is too bad I dont see why she did It She might have known She said the mantlWho My wife replied Peter tearfully I am exceedingly sorry but she beat you to It you know Well said tho man rather disap pointedly I reckon this will have to do then But next time Pardon me Interrupted Peter who had followed him to the door but really I am afraid you will fall down the stairs It is so dark behind that lantern Wait I will turn on the light There now you can watch mo and seo where you are going at the same time Thank you said tho man backing slowly down the stairs his revolver still in his mndIAs I was gojng to remark I never met anybody who was quitcINo that Isnt rlgbtLsold Peter You havo to turn that small knob first There that unlocks the door But yon were sryliig I was going to say again began tho man looking up at Peter but plat ing one hand behind him and pulling open the door that I never But two policemen suddenly sprang through tho door and pinioned the mans arms behind his back Really I am sorry grinned Peter but I guess you will have to finish your sentence In jail wont you You see that bell was a burglar alarm You rang It when you entered my room and unfortunately you know It Is connected with an automatic device afftlio police station They wore rather long coming but I trust you found my companionship agreeable I certainly did my best to entertain you Say said the man submitting quietly to the officers you lied tonic about tho Iceman didnt you Your Wife dont need no Ico when shes got R cold storage plant for a husband You rc the coolest nut the patrol wagon wasvrolllng away C jV w l KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR 8100OLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OH MONEY REFUNDED EDUCATIONAL COLUMN Edited By County Supt Joel H Pile Hardlnsburg Ky THOSE CRITICISMSKINDLY Supt Pile Makes Earnest Appeal For Cleanliness in the School room In Answer To Requests TEACHERS ARE CRITICISED I approach a painful subject one in which I may be misunderstood and charged with carping and caviling at faults of manner but such is not thecaseWithin the last few years there have from time to time been brought to my notice a number of instances of serious oversights and Inexcusable carelessnesses of teachers Many of these have been spoken others writ ten and all were with the injunction that you call the attention of our teacher to the matter so that it may cease to exist II Now this is a most difficult thing to doLittle criticisms of young friends however kindly meant are often the tests that show the strength of friend ship sometimes even severing It The teacher who is unwilling or un able to lay aside some hurtful habit or overcome some little eccentricity is poorly equipped for teaching others He who will not learn who refuses to perfect his own manners and con duct is out of his sphere when placed over children for the purpose of teaching them- Remember that example is one of the most powerful teachers But to the things complained I Chews and Spits Complains one our teacher not only chews tobacco but spits upon the floor of the schoolroom To this I have two things to say Brother tIteacher Trustee dont hire a mUll until you KNOW he doesnt set this fearful example for the children who go to school to learn of him Whiskey on Ills Breath Listen to this Our teacher Is spending too much money for booze and often goes to school with whiskey fumes upon his breath Rather than anything else Id rather reform such a man and make him right for the school room next to the pleasure of reforming such is the duty of revoking a certificate held by one of this sort In these cases come with the proof and the effective thing will be done at this office Needs a Punch Our teacher pleases the pupils but he never does any studying himself nor does he inspire the pupils to do a thing outside the school room Wake him up and put him to work or pass him on to another district next year with the fact well published that hes not the right sort to do any especial good For J Croup Tonsilitis andAsthma Needs a Bath Our teacher doesnt shave care for his teeth or keep his face clean This Is a wrftten complaint on file In my olllcc and would be shown were It not for the fact It would divulge the writer and the careless teacher com plained of No one need call for the letter or Inquire about it for it will not be shown The thing is for unshaven unbrushed unwashed untidy individual to take the hint clean up and henceforth go before pupils in a dignified way characteristic of the neat modernday gentleman whose personal appearance is in keeping with the exalted work Dirty Collars and Nails Our teacher does not wear clean linen and gives no attention to his nails says one I recommend that the patrons and pupils who have made this observation each present the school with the motto Cleanliness is next to Godliness and Addlcons Cleanliness may be defined to be the emblem of purity of mind The real teacher cannot overlook these things without calling upon himself a just criticism a criticism which will detract from his power and influence and the people are wise in complaining Appeal to Outsiders Can you Mr Patron or Mr Trustee go to your teacher and with Christian kindness tactfully tell him that he must conform to the standard of these days when thin teacher must live what he would have the child become Lacks Table MannersII The table manners of one excellent teacher have been observed to the embarrassment of every openeyed friendThese are some of the things that creep In to mar the good workof some otherwise successful teachers There are others In fact who of us is perfect Again who of us is satis fled with what he Is just now So long as perfection is not and dissatisfaction with self is there Is hope Will Be RtpaiJ If these words will help us to use the truth the whisk broom the laundry more if they will set any of us more earnestly to work if they will move some moral standard a notch higher It they will cause slang to be supplanted by good English ifII they will make a single teacher a higher conception of what it means to teachin fact if they arc product ive of any good I shall be glad I bore the pain of writing them They are applicable to some larger students THE CIGARETTE SMOKING BUY Continued from last week The ordinary ci arettesmokfntr stu dent often has a very peculiar qxper lence in his effort to prepare his dally lessons about as follows He goes to to his room in the evening with the full intention of studying and opens his text book but a certain feeling of nerveous uneasiness soon leads his hands automatically t roll and light a cigarette He indulges the habit a few minutes when presto the lesson task which awhile ago looked serious and urgent now appears trivial and unnecessary and he accordingly ne glects it He is now affable and com panionable but the higher moral judgements have lost their Value to him and he is most ready to yield to the evil suggestions of others Tile partial brain paralysis resulting from the smoking mkes the victim regard with indifference the most sacred promise he has ever made to anyone and he is likely to violate it upon the slightest provocation FEW ARE ABLE TO QUIT TilE HABIT The more I work with these con firmed crises of cigarette smokersthe more I am convinced of the futility of attempting a complete permanent Continued on Pnge 8 unu A quick and powerful remedy Is needed to break up an attack of croup Sloans Liniment has cured many cases of croup It acts instantly when applied both inside and outside of the throat it breaks up the phlegm reduces the inflammation and relieves the difficulty of breathing Sloaifs Linimentgives quick relief in all cases of asthma bronchitis sore throat tonsilitls and pains in the chest Price 98e coo sad Sloo Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass I THE FREE CLASS IN Chsirtier Shorthandr y Started January 4th By the end of the week the entire class wrote business letters at 75 WORDS A MINUTE some touched 85 WORDS A MINUTE all the 7th day 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oak black oak beech and sugar tree nil Rood size Plenty of Rood water the your round One third cash and Rood nosy terms on balance CAHM 7a cues situated IK miles from ipOUU Holt Joins GILbo PIerce Ittdgolnud In good Hkmpu good fenclUR one Rood dwel fug hOuso S rooms 1 Rood cistern 1 barn 30x48 feet 1 noverfalllnK eprlue two ponds This Is good tobacco wheat and corn laud 20 acres In timber white oak sugar trot and bone balance cleared Plenty of Rood fruit Good road to fltophen port t miles and Rood road to U ol W miles This farm Is not worn out It Is good lurid and fix Just the farm for a man with a small family r t iTHE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mgry lI lI AvenueWelt4 1 750 155 acres on Hiirdlnsburg and 3 t Kniis Of siuklmrroad S miles from Samplu Improvements dwehlug and a Rood big burn 60 acres In oak and beech tlmborlIuechLtmestonclandtobacco and fruit Plenty Rood water your round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments FUR SALE A farm containing 2SO acres and under fence A nice cottage ct five 151 rooms two cisterns a walled cellar with a btoru room over It two ROOJ stock burps one tutaot houro about Sao apple and peach trees also pears qulicos and apricots most till kinds of small fruits Including a nice vlnyard of choicest grapes 200 acres leered biiancu In woods 1rS acre In grass several troves of black locust bulllclout for PUNts tc wire tlru whole farm In It lies near EUroc oclongaudousy FOR SALEA splendid stand for a druggist physician In u good town surrounded by good prosperous farmers Tills Is just stepInlOAn old established physician wants to retire Is the reason for selling Nor further partlc ulurs address JNO U UAUUAQK Oloyor port KyTao oaafirstclass1100 rate t Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from Itho principal theatres Street cars pass theidoor to qll parts of the city- Everything neat and clean I rir36 i 13lF 11 kr t o r t c t 0 1YrtY- n r i II t e- i i V i L I i h 1- J 6 p A rrd r- I r i f at t i f e r r S f t i kIcNT CANADIAN HOSPITALS Some Interesting Letters Concerning 3PeruntitiSt Charles Hospital Quebec City One of our sisters who com menced to take Peruna has Im proved and will continue to take It Some others are trying It also Very truly yours Sr Ste Marie Supre CATARRH of the respiratory organs allmont in Canada for at least twothirds of tho This condition is no yearItho long sover0 winters experienced in this part of tho continent Therefore when Poruna was discov ered by Canadian people to bo a rolla ble remedy for theso catarrhal diseases- It at onoo became a popular medicine not only among Individuals and in fam flies but in the great hospitals whoro li was used as a preventive and relief in hundreds of cases These Institutions do not hesitate to iivo their endorsement of the remedy which hall heon so helpful in the treat ment of their poor and sick Among tlictio institutions is that of the Sisters of Good Shepherd who give the following endorsement Tls Peruna CompanyColumbus Ohio Havlngmsed Peruna for the past few areisatisfactionThe rsol the Good Shepherd August 01903 Montreal After H continued use of tho remedy this institution pas found no reason to change Its Rood opinion of the remedy = TIEl CIGARETTESMOKING BOY Continued from psge y c re I have attempted personally to asist hundreds in their efforts to quit awl have met with many failures Hypnotism suggestion and all the mere ordinary methods have been re sorted to with poor results No or dinary youth confirmed in the habit can break It off without the help of some very strong outside influence and then the struggle will be a desperate one A typical case of the quitter inay be represented by the following true story One night at gtfO I went to the door in response to afeeble rap and admit ted a pale 10 year old boy who said at once Professor dogged if I dont want you to hypnotize me I smoke four cigarettes every night in bed and about fifty every day and cant quit 1 tried to hypnotize the dejected youth lint failed It was an easy matter however to stir him emotion ally and as a result of my efforts he sprang to his feet drew out his makings and presented them to me pipe tobacco and all I am done with this forever he cried Here is my whole outfit Whereupon he seized the pipean expensive onerbroke it and threw the pieces out Into the darkness I will let out my blood with my own knife before Ill ever smoke again he exclaimed I wish my mother were here This boy was tremendously in ear nest and with the red blood crowding into the region of his brain where I Convent of St Laurent near Montreal Mother House Sisters ot the Holy Cross After using Peruna for two or three months several members of the community have experienced such good effects that they can rec ommend Its use to others Respectfully yours Sisters of Holy Cross T and expresses Its satlsfaotlon in the fol lowing terms Montreal Nov 7 1903 We found Peruna a relief In several casesWe can say It Is a good tonic and we are very thankful Sisters of the Good Shepherd When catarrh onto fastens itself upon tho system it becomes an obstinate dis ease to eradicate A systemic remedy one that reaches every internal organ of the body is an absolute necessity Poruna is Just such a remedy It searches out tho cause of the disease healing and strengthening the mucous membranes and thus giving Nature an opportunity to perform her part of tho restorative process One of tho many hospitals which have found Peruna of value in treating old and obstinate cases of catarrh is tho Hospital St John who write as follows Wo are happy to tell you that your Poruna has given us satisfaction Threo patients havo tried it one 68 years old Kenoul Dupuis afflicted with catarrh is much relieved more than he has been for a number of years A young girl 15 years old had an obstinate cough which half a bottle of Peruna caused to disappear had helped him to place it he believed that he would be victorious But alas for the sequel The emotion gradually cooled oft and during the next day the old craving gnawed at his vitals until late in the evening whenhe borrowed some makings and took a big smoke Nothing else then looked reasonable to him And this young man is still hard at it I have advertised widely for bona fide cures of the more pronounced cases but have had few favorable re plies Out of about 200 who met with some success I gleaned the following 1 By showing the boy tin every pos sible way he is hurt and hindered by the habit arouse his determination to quit His strong earnest desire to re form Is the first prerequisite 2 During the course of the effort do everything possible to build up in the boy a strong vigorous body He is usuallyunder nourished as a result of the practice 3 Fix for him the strongest possible incentive to quit such as a money reward or other valuable I gift a social advantages the I I exI tain disliked tasks 4 Several have found religious conversion a most ef fective means of salvation from this vicious habit But in such a case permanent reform will be at the ex pense of much careful vigilant work after the first change of heart PREVENTION TilE PRACTICAL SOLUTION Prevention is the only practical sol ution of this cigarette or smoking boy question Boys take up the prac andII are usually Hospital forIncurables NotreDame do Grace near Montreal Notre Dame de Grace Hospital for Incurables having used Peru na for several months recom mends It highly as an excellent tonlcand ItIs with pleasure that we add our testimonial to the others As to myself two bottles have con vinced me that Feruna is magnificent as a tonic Before tho treatment I could not walk for a quarter of an hour without experiencing much fatigue Now I can walk a mile easily Through these three cases we desire to make known to the public the ef ficiency of your remedy Hospital St John of St Johns Province of Quebec A later letter received from the same Institution reads as follows Three weeks ago 1 wrote to tell you how satisfactory we found Pe runs We recommend It highly for colds coughs catarrh and neuralgia I havo used it myself as a tonic the best results taken as directed withI a teaspoonful every half hour Peruna not only promptly relieves coughs and colds in their first stages but is equally prompt and efficient for catarrhal diseases in the chronic stage It is only reasonable to suppose that less medicine will bo necessary to cure a slight attack than after it has boon al lowed to become chronic Peruna is manufactured by Th Peruua Drug Mfg Co Columbus Ohio F I I matter is detected by their parents I I I I Any normal healthy boy will learn to I smoke if thrown amongyoungsmokers without any caution or restraintsl from those in authority over him I After the parent discovers the fault there is often a pathetic struggle I perhaps attended by many maternal tears and then a compromise That is the boy tries in vain to quit add finally agrees to compromise on a pipe But he will likely violate every rule of good conduct ever taught him by his parents before he will give up the habit entirely All his best mental attitudes and dispositions now come to him as a result of his smoking and the converse is true whenever he at tempts to quit But parents must learn more about the nature of this insidious habit and prevent its being taken up The fol lowing methods of prevention have been reported effective 1 Begin to talk to the boy as early as the sixth or seventh year about the matter and make a strong appeal to his sense of honor Do not be too insistent and threaten to inflict punishments but indicate rather that you think him too worthy to take up such apractice 2 Offer to set aside some material or pecuniary reward to be paid when he becomes of age provided he continues his total abstinence and add to this the sentiment that he may then do as he pleases Never ask a boy to pledge away in advance the years of his manhood 3 Remind the boy in every possible way how much concern you have for his wellbeing and how much you are willing to sacrifice for him and how anxious you are to be true to him and to help him He will WLW NlWt J D ASHCRAFTSuccessor to Ashcraft Ashcraft Wishes to thank tho patrons of the old tirm for their patronage and solicit their trade for the future Wo will keep tho same general lino of goods of the old firm and gtmranteo our prices the lowest If you want anything in the way of farm imple youknowwhen your needs requiro Respectfully J DASIiCRAFT order to close up the business of the old firm we wish all parties knowing thom indebted to it to call and settle at onoe IIIn ASHCRAFT ASHCRAFT M then likely never break faith wIth you 4 Keep in touch with the boy and know at all ties his joys and hppes anti aspirations Be his com panion and adviser and true friend and he will respect your wishes in re gard to him It is the misfortune of most boys and some girls to be misunderstood their parents There is no nobler and more praiseworthy service to be per formed by parents than that of pre senting to the world the rare gift ol wellborn wellreared sons and daugh ters Let nil parents study their chil dren more and learn to be their exemplars and boon companions and humanity will receive a great benefit as a result There is latent within the ordinary boy mnch that is clean and ennobling and inspiring Find it fond parent and bring it to realiza tiou and you will live to see the day when a Beneficent Providence will reward you richly for all the care and phinstaking it Involves NEWSY BUNCH IRVINGTON ITEMS Miss Durbin and All4 Springgale Married Many EnJertainIIments for Mr Tony King Ii T SOCIETY GIRLS ARE VERY BUSY Miss Lelia Turner of Louisville is the charming and accomplished guest of Miss Mary Cornwall Dr Will H Wimp returned home Thursday frout a stay of several days In ChicagoMiss Lizze Head uf todiburg was visiting in town Thursday Mrs Drown and Miss Mury Brown left 1riday for an extended trip to Louis ville and New Albany Rev and Mrs E W Graves were eiveu an enjoyable surprise party at their home Kriday evening Miss Mira Lyddan who has been visiiing relatives left for Oweusbmo M nday Rev and Mrs J W Gayer of Louisville clime Saturday for a visIt among the members of Rev Giyetti church The Rev A P Lyons Presiding El der will hold quarterly meeting nt the Methodist church on Thursdny evening Friday morning anil Fiday evening Master Philip Dempster of Glendeane stoat llast we k the guest of Mr and Mrs foster Lyous A very pleasant and hiully enjMnble patty was given on last Thursday eve ning at the home of Mr andai11 MS LWienie Kirtley on Railn ud sIre Ivuor of Miss Maud Kirtle Twelve young people wtr pr rent aid al n joyed themselves imuien ely Miss Nell BramMitte the daughterI of Mr and Mrs J K Brambltt e who has been seriously ill of pueunionU is greatly improved The members of the Girls Club will bo extensively entertained this n xt week Fuss Evelyn Herndon wi1l be hostess on Friday afternoon from 3 0 0 and on ruesday afternoon Feb 2H M R Edwin H Jolly will be at home to a 42 partyIts an old saying the more you laugh the longer you live Come to the Co onial Reception at the Public Hall on Monday Feb 22 an you will never die M ss Tida Lockard after being the guest of friends in Louisville returned home Tuesday Quite a number of people from here were disappointed in not getti gtogo to Hodgenvile on last Friday on accouut of the inclement weather Mr and Mrs Tony King arrived Thu rsday for a brief visit to Mr and Mrs James King Mr and Mrs Charlie Hawes expert to go to Owensboroand Lewisport this week Miss Theocola Pearson of Cecilia will arrive this week to be the guest of Misses Claudia and Maggie Danny Miss Mary Durbin of this city and Mr Springgate of Guston were quietly married in the parlor of the Neulus hotel on Sunday morning by the Rev J W Gayer Mr and Mrs James King gave a pretty five course dinuer at thoir country home on last Thursday in honor of Mr and Mrs Tony King who were married In Hardinsburg Wednesday Those that accepted of Mr and Mrs Kings invitation numbered thirtYfive Mr and Mrs William Harrison of Louisville were entertained t the home of Mr and Mrs W J Piggott Korea Missionaries at Irvington Sunday Mr and Mrs Harrison who have just returned from a stay of eight years in Korea were at Irvington Sun day They made delightful addieesge 4TWEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL HENRY WATTERSON Editor Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and th- eBREGKENRID6E NEWS Both One Year for 150if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the CourierJournal Daily CourierJournal One Year 5600 Sunday Courierjournal One Year 200 We can give you a combination cut 11write I RURAL TELEPHONES Mr Farmer arc you interested If so call on the 9manager oftho Cumberland Telephone Telegraph X Company and have him explain the special ForiX mars Line rate ii- II CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE Incorporated TELEGRAPH COMPANY I I Ir 1 t R- iit ii Pioneer Fence Wire 11 I I9ne of the best Fence Wires made and is adjustable to the ground You can make a tight fence on rough ground as well as on smpoth 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 23c per rod 27 in high at 21c per rod GEO H McCUBBINS ST SS3f and illustrated them with curioes from the foreign fields The nftemom meeting at the Metho dist church was particularly interesting as the children of the Busy Bee society had charge of the program Master John Walter Jolly introduced the speak o s and little Miss Elizt Piggott made a few beautiful remarks about the free will offering The meeting held at the Baptist church in the evening was splendid Ancient Covers Judge Haskins of Glendeane has two coverlids which were made by Mrs Susan B White mother of Dr W B White and they are 7s years old He has four other blankets that were made 26 years ago y Mrs Joe Wilson of Har din county Dr Miles AatlPata fltii wUwe Beadaehee N wnUlIa ail ail IIi11Ii Work of The Grand Jury followiugindiCtments Dischrtrging weapons on public high way Louney Rnymer Gussie Smith Disturbing a lawful assembly pink Powell William Walls Junius W ils1Carrying concealed weapons Dave WallWilful John Bavin Furnishiug liquor toa minor Alex Nicholson Assault and battery Junius Walls A Fine Mule Colt t T T H H Norton Webster bought of Dick Davis a beautiful l yearling mule colt for which he paid tVm handsotn price ofr14 50lr Norton ys it fis 1 one of the finest colts in the county for itsage o t4 tr q L 9 L L t i ii i Eyr3 t y7V