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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I l- C 1 I s BRECKENRIDGENEWS t Y ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTp L 1 VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 24 1909 8 Pages NO 33 I Contents of This Weeks NewsI JIardinsburff Items Irvlngton PersonalsJ Gentleman from Mississippi Buffalo Bill Stories Valuable Advertisementsi Editorial Paragraphs What Folks Say About The News Of Interesfto Colored Folks- i Personal and focal j Death Accounts + v Stephensport News Court Notes r Wedding Notices What Cloyerport Women Do t i Garfield Items Spring Fashion Notes 1 Mr McQuadys LetlerfPersonal Writeups Educational Column 1 I Dukes I Items t rheBoband Teddy Tooth Item Originated In The Breckenridge News i t Robert EWoDds the urbane postmaster uses to live in Cloverport and Cloverport Is exceedingly proud of that fact J It toes without saying that Mr Woods is tcjo During the S Lincoln celebration at Hodgensvllle last week Mr Woods was called on to present a handsome cane to President Roosevelt on behalf of the postmas ters of the State and a representa tive of a Breckenridge county paper caught him in the act He recorded the event thus Just as the President started to get in his carriage Bob Woods step ped up and caned the President for the Kentucky postmasters Teddy smiled and showed his lower teeth and Bob smiled and showed his upper teeth Iii iCloverport evidently is preparing I ttoboost the postmaster as the rival fof the strenuous and deelighted oneCourier Journal Postmaster Bob Woods showed his upper teeth when he presented that 5 Lincoln cane to President Roosevelt and then the President showed his greatestexNews I There is not any better Salvo than than peWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve We hereby warn the public that we are not responsible for any injurious l effects caused from worthless or poison ous imitations of our DeWitts Carboliz ed Witch Hazel Salve the original It is good for anything when a salvo is needed but it is especially good for piles Be sure you get DeWitts Sold by all druggistsI To4YOut Colored Folks Enclosed find 25 cents Send me the NewsomNannie Spaldlng248 Hoffman Ave Cincinnati Ohio She is a faith ful subscriber to the News 000 Aunt Mary Lowe has received word of the death of her sister Martha Mc Daniels at West View She left a small estate which will be divided be tween aunt Mary and her sister 000 The concert given in the Methodist- church Saturday night was a credit to the colored folks It was a clean show and well given Jennie Walker assisted by Brown and Hardin managed rt it Carrie France had charge of the r music Frank Roberts and Singleton made the hit of the evening Nea Fisher was especially good In her part The colored peoples entertainments trare far more elevating than they used to be and Prof Dean Is having a mark ed and uplifting influence among them The concert was given for the preacher Revolts At Cold Steel Your only hope said the doctors to I Mrs ME Fisher Detroit Mich suf firing from severe rectal trouble lies in KingsrNew Life writes wholly cured Jheyprevent Append 2gcYj v 5evtI IIt- S a Hastily thin usual for during the lunch eon it was noticed by all that the indi cations were that Jupiter was forging his thunderbolts and preparing soon to dash them down upon the heads of the unprotected and that some sprinting would necessarily have to be done to make tho hone run Those who en joyed Miss Herndons hospitality num bcredabout twentyfive and the honored guests were Miss Lelia Turner of Louisville and Miss Theocplu Pearson of Cecilian Local ReporterrI v Louie Dltzenbaugh has accepted a position with the News as local re porter Mr Dltzenbauch will appre ciate any news items handed to him or telephoned the News office He Is a capable young man and will be graduated from the Cloverport High School this year k TAFT CABINET COMPLETED Knox Will Not Accept More Than 8000 Salary Chicago Feb 17A Washington telegram to the Record Herald saysI Presidentelect Taft has completed his cabinet Announcement was made that Senator Knox would accept theI secretaryship of state under the enabling i act passed by congress but that at no time during his incumbency of that office would he accept an fncrease of salary even if congress were to vote oneJacob M Dickinson of Chicago and Nashville is to be secretary of war ac credited to Tennessee Judge Willis M Vandeventer of I Wyoming is to be secretary of the treasurer This was the last place filled by Mr Taft and Is sub ect to possible change between now and March 4 The remainder ot the cabinet is to be as heretofore understood Secretary of the navy George Von L Meyer of Massachusetts Secretary of the Interior Richard A Ballinger of Washington Postmaster General Frank H Hitch cock of Massachusetts Attorney general George W Wyck ersham of New York Secretary of commerce and labor Charles L Nagle of Missouri Secretary of agriculture James Wilson of Iowa BIG RESPONSIBILITY Upon The Shoulders of A Former Cloverport Man Roy Heyser Gaining Suc cess Rapidly The E R Johnson Coal Mining Co increased its output during January more than 100 per cent over that of the preceeding month Already this new operation is making rank as one of the goOd producers Over 1100 tons were shipped last month and that was only the second month the mine appeared in our official list Since the death of Supt John B Hudson the Johnson mine has been under the management of Supt Heyser He also is superintendent of the big Draper and Wilson operations Mr Heysers record as a man who gets re stilts is indeed remarkable He came here about 18 monts ago from Detriot He was a skilled engineer but we are told had never been inside a coal mine He assumed charge of Draper and Wil son and has conducted them with entire satisfaction to all concerned In now taking over the management of John son he will soon have three of the largel est produce B in the Logan field If his percentages of increase continue he will sootf make the big U S C 0 Co look to its laurels Logan Dem ocrat Stops earache in Jtwo minutes toothache I or pain of burn or MaId in five I ll minutes hoarseness one hour muscle ache two hours sore throat twelve hoursDr I Thomas Eclectric Oil mon 1 arch over pain- CALLED TO ARKANSASr4 The Rev Otto Whittington pastor ofthe Baptist church at Fordsvllle has been called to an excellent orate at Poplar Bluff Ark RevII Vhlttlngton is a tine pastor I ifeacher loved by all H His departure is deplored the memIj ierff of his congregation and the clti zen in general H- w VALIANT KNIGHTSCELEBRATE t Beautiful Banquet Given Friday Night in Oelzes Hall Largest Attendance In Several Years IIAWESVILLE BAND PRESENT J The annual banquet of the Knights J of Pythias of this city was the most delightful one that has been given for several years It was signalized by I two important features the Hawes yUle Band and the happy crowd o guestsAfter an Introductory address by the Rev Currie the Rev JamesJ Lewis made a brief but appropriate talk to the Knights His short speech included several good points and were I heartily applauded by Joe Fitch Sa Conrad J C Epley Chas Berry Will1l Pate Chas Hamman Prof Wroe Fred May and a few others that were smiling because they were Knights But everybodybecame Intoxicatedl with joy when that band commenced to play and the boys whoI made the music were O C Carr t Mitchell Eugene Mitchell Ionl Bob Cooper Leo and Nathant Rosenblatt Taber Miller Thos Fritz Edwin and Lewis Sherrer Harvey Eldred Trumbo Coleman Goer Ing and Philip Arnold The visitors had a glorious time too I especially Harry Hills of Richmond Among the outoftown guests were Editor Clarence Sterrett and Mrs Sterrett Mr and Mrs H J Allen Misses Emma Wilson Myrtle Gilllans and Lydia Goering of Hawesvllle Mr Will Head and daughter Miss Lizzie Head of Lodlburg tars Sarah Mason Lester Wilson Lew Aldridge Roy Allen and Gberly Sterett of Haw esvllle Chas May seemed to be the hap piest man present because he was busy seeing that everyone got bestI choice of oyster soup turkey ham salad celery pickles ice cream and cake The banqnet was fine The women and children especially en joyed it immensely A Gentleman from Mississippi Is a story of an epoch making battle of right against wrong of honesty against corruption of simplicity and sincerity against deceit bribery and and intrigue It is the story of today in this country It vitally concerns every nan woman and child in the United States so far reaching is its influence The warfare is now going on the warfare of honest men against corrupt political machines The story tells the inside of the political maneuvers In Wash ington and of the workings of bosses there and elsewherehow they shape men and women to their ends how their cunningin trigues extend into the very social life of the nations capital You will find inrplration in the career of the honest old Southern planter elected to the United States Senate and the young newspaper reporter who becomes his private secretary and political pilot Your heart will beat in sympathy with tho love of the secretary and the Senators youngest daughter You will read of the lobbyists find find that not all of them are men You will see how avarice causes a daughter to conspire against a father You will hear the note of a gripping national tragedy in the words of Peabody the iboss of the Senate But cause for laughter as well will not be found lacking in this truly many sided narrative Are you reading this story now running in this paper If not I you are missing the story of your life It it interesting from start to finish Read it hetimeIf you exercise Deans Regulets will prevent unsuprttioii They induce a mild easy healthful action of the bowels without griping Ask your druggist for them 2sc BUYS INTEREST B Squires has bought from Hilllary ardln his Interest In the Star Roller Mills Mr Squires will have complete charge of the operating the Mills I u 4 I i r IRVINGTON INTELLIGENCE Miss Hernddn Gives a Very Beau tiful Party Other Charm ing Entertainments for Young People NEWS ITEMS INTERESTING Mrs T W Gayer has returned to Louisville after n pleasant visit hero the guest of Miss Emily Munford Louisf villa Thursday after a stay of n few days viiiting her sister Mrs R B Mu Glothlan and Mis Willa Drurv Misses Claudia and Maggie Dandy girlIi Tiremcola Pearson of Cecilian Mrs F H McGhee lelt last week for Gulfport Mississippi on a business trip and while there will be the guest of Mrs Mack Avitt We see in the Meade County Messen ger whore Mr A O Marshall of Gus ton is closing out his stock of goods This sounds interesting to us as his in tentions are that he expects to return toI Irvington and go into sonic kind of busi ness Miss Iva Mudd of Louisville has re turned home after being the guest o her parents Mr and Mrs J M Mudd Mrs Ncwsotu Gardner spent Sunday in Gaston visiting her relatives Messrs Fred Bright of Lewisport undI Alon Pierce of Cloverportwere visitors of sImo friends in town Sunday Miss Jessie Brady of Louisville was 1the guest of her parents Mr and Mis G L Brady last Sunday Miss Mary Mercer of Raymond stop ped off on her ray home from Louisville and spent several days with her aunt Mrs J F Claycomb last week Dr S Pt Parks was called to Spring field Illinois last Saturday to see his brother Austin Parks who is very illl with tubercolosis Mr and Mrs Henry B Head were host and hostess to a twelve oclock din ner given at their home Friday in honor ft Mrs T W Gayer bf Louisville Miss A Louise Babbage of Clover port was the guest of Miss Eva Mc Glotblan Monday having come to attend the Colonial Reception given at th Public Wall Mr Philip Watkins of Eiizabethtown arrived lat week to be the guest of his auut Mrs J M Mudd for severa weeksMrs Forrest Vau Meter who has beeu here visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J F Claybomb for six weeks lef for Louisville Monday Alton McCoy of Louisville is visit ing his grandmother Mrs Nannie Ban dy this week The Rev A P Lyons Presiding El der held quarterly meeting at the Methodist church two days of last week Rev Lyons preached two very interest lug and spiritual sermons and splendidl exercises were enjoyed throughout- Mr Branham of Hendtrson was theI guest of Ocar DoWell Sunday- Mr A B Suter cashier of the branch Bank at Custer spent two uays of this week in Louisville and Irvington Mrs D C Heron has sold her fine race horse called Bessie to Mr Ar thur Beard of Hardlnsburg Mr Lou Dowell has been appointe- rural carrier for route No 2 recently vacated by Juuius Foote GUlia Dow ell is his substitute Miss Evelyn Herndon entertained the Social Club on lastFridayafternoon inf a most charming manner The nearness of Washingtons birthday suggested the decorations which were in the national colors with beautiful tally cards scorecards and table numbers Progressive 42 was indulged in for an hour or more after whicn a picture contest was en joyed Each of the guests was given a slip of paper with the name on it of some one present to make the picture from the magazine clippings When finished each guest was presented with her own picture as a trophy together with a very attractive mimture of George Washington in the style of a pin Mrs L B Moremen and Mrs Nora Board dressed very beautifully in the Colonial styles assisted Miss Herndon in receiving and walting On the guests At the close of the contest an elegant twocourse luncheon was served to the delight of all and the afternoon was very pleasantly spent by those present The adieus were made rather more h I- akin Powder Ii1 bsolutel Pure + The only baking powder I made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar RED BURLEY SEED FRE- Er Farmers Wanting Fresh Tobacco Seed Call At The News Office This Week WAS RAISED IN DAVIESS COUNTY The News has received quite a lot of Red Burley tobacco seed It will be given free to all farmers who call fat the News office this week The seed is reliable this seasons and came from Davless county Come to this office and help yourself to all you want Baby Hands will get into mischiefoften it means a burn or cut or scald Apply Ballardi Snow Liniment just us soon as the ac cident happens and the pain will bo re lieved while the wound will heal quick ly and nicely A sure cure for sprains Rheumatism and all pains Price aSc SOC and 100 Sold by A R Fibber Moving Days Mr and Mrs Ben Ridgeway who have been living in the Oelze property on Railroad street for several years will soon move into the cottage formerly occupied by Mr and Mrs John Reynolds who went to Louisville Saturday 3Mr and Mrs Leonard Oelze will go to housekeeping in their own home April 1 1BIG CROP More Ground Plowed For Tot bacco Than Ever Before Known All over the white burley tobacco growing district preparations are being madt by the farmers to raise the largest crop of tobacco this year that hasever been seen In this section More ground has been plowed than formerly and In every direction throughout the district can be seen hundreds of acres of ground that have already been prepared to receive the plants and beds for raising the plants have been prepared in large numbers Farmers aim to sow the tobacco seed during the month of February There is general satisfaction with the So ciety of Equity throughout the burley withdfew exceptions here and there the burley tobacco crop of lOOg will be pooled by the farmers A large per centage ot the pooledtobacco in many counties has been inspected and is in process of delivery All over this section there is a movement to organize the farmers In the betterI of Equity and It is believed course of a short time they will be pooling the wool corn wheat and many other products of the farm Harrodsburg Heral- dCHURCH NOTES AT ST ROSE Today Ash Wednesday Services at 8 a m FridayThe Way of The Cross at 3 P M SatuJdayCntec- heticnl Instructions for the children at 830 A M Sunday Services at 1030 A M 000Q- UARTERLY MEETING The Rev Hayes will hold quarterly meeting at the Methodist church next Sunday and Monday Rev Currie re 1eadfuessfor l FUNERAL WILL BE THIS AFTERNOON Mr Milt Smith Died Yesterday Morning After An Illness of Seventeen Days at Ills Home Here FORTY SEVEN YEARS OF AGE The funeral of Mr Milt Smith will be held this afternoon at 230 oclock from the family residence on Railroad street in the West End The services will be conducted by the Rev James T Lewis after which the interment will take place in the Cloverport cemetery Mr Smith died yesterday mOrning at 7 oclock His death was unexpected and caused from a complication of dis eases Friends of the family were with him during the moments of his critical suffering and kindly ministered to him until the end came Although Mr Smith had been here but four or five years he was a highly and well thought of citizen He held a position at the Henderson Route shops and all his coworkers speak of him in terms of love and regard He was born in Hardin county in i862 He married Mrs Lucy Pauley to this union no children were born In speaking Mr Smith Mrs Smith said He was loving and good to my children During the seventeen years of our married life he made us all very happy The deceased was a member of the Baptist churchMr and Mrs Tillman Pauley of Mat toon 111 and Mr Tom Pauley are with their mother in her bereavement Mr John Pauley of Owensboro Ins Smith and Mrs Pierce brother and sister of the deceased are here to attend the funeral Mrs Susan Smith of Hop kinsville is also a sister of Mr Smith TWO WEDDINGS At St Anthonys ChurchMr Jolly And Miss PoolMr Chritchelow And Miss Glasscock Alfred Jolly son of Samuel Jolly of Glendeane and Miss Lucy M Pool daughter of Wm Pool near Glendeano were married yesterday at St An thonys church near Axtel 000 Charlie O Chritchelow a young farmer of Roff arid Miss Mary O Glasscock daughter of Jas H Glass cock farmer and tobacco merchant of McDaniels were married yesterday at St Anthonys hurch Lqng Lick The contracting parties have many friends who wish them long lives of happiness The Famous Lewisport U Bestv IThe Departmentof Agriculture of The United States have ruled that the bleachfng of flour by the use of porox ide of nitrogen must be discontinued North Dakota and Tennessee have already fallen in line and the other states will rapidly follow Such decision and adverse laws on bleached flour will not effect the Fam ous Lewisport Best flour as no bleaching process Is used in its manu facture New Boiler Mr Spect and Mr Alfred Hunter re turned to Louisville yesterday after putting in a water tub boiler at the lea Plant The boiler Is something new and different from those installed in the plants do this city It Is 150 horsepower u r- I 0 x k 4 m E1101111 10Jillt 10JI ill WHEAT FLOURa CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD ll t o 0 U S GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT Articles Energy 100 will buy Eggs 385 i Beef Sirloin 410 I Mutton Iccc 445 4 Milk 1030 r Pork loin Z7ZZZll0354 UBreakfast foods am 0Cheose 11 1185 0 4 Butter 1355 Rico 2025 potatoes 2Q5G I jJoans dried 3040 WHEAT FLOUR6540 I ENERGY MUSCLE AND STRENGTH GIVING QUALITIES nnOne pound of lour costing 3 cents will go as far asn 1 I Itwo pounds of meat costing 15c to 20c per pound U o In flour that is strength is sacrificccTTor color 0- cc Ask your grocer for LEWISPORT BEST flour i Co U and you will got tho best Hour FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING GROCERS Q i 111ilfjJ LEWISPORT liY1t1J Q0rJI QII c0 Jill 101 JII 1 10JIQ 1 a FOR SALE o o 0 l One pair 5yearold horse Rmules 14 hands well brok II IIen One 15 handmare U Iimule One extra good har o ness mare Two cheapo II El ThreeIIf ULi Jersey heifer and her heif i n ner calf U n- II 0 0 BEARD ERlSo IjJ HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Q- I i OJiI 1r soLM fI t Wiretrc I i t ItOneItJ can make a tight fence on roughjj ground as well as on smooth We carry it in the following sizes 47 in high at 29c per rod 39 in high at 26c per rod 33 in high at 23c per rod 27 in high at 21c per rod GEO H McCUBBINS TeKYRT LIIRSEEDSFresh Reliable Pur- eGuirinteedtoPltaio Every Gardener end Planteranoulil test tho iuperkirmerluoOur Northerll o rO1JStedk SPECIAL SFFER FOR 10 CENTS wewill end postpaid our FAMOUS COLLECTION I ekg so oat rat Ia- 1pkgrrieaadW 100 I plf 84lMInmlc OtUrr l00 e I pkg Earlf IrnwhMj Cabbif Iii1 plr FilUrUB Kirkt Lellnt 10 All iS TuleUM Choice FUwrflwdl 11 f odWritpuking ui receive thtkbar famoai CoHctlon 0piker with our nw and rntruch Garden Old GKKAT NOUTUISKN SEED CO 1361 Koso St Rockfard Illinois If you need a pill take DeWitta Little Iarly Risers Insist on thorn gentle c ensy pleasant little liver pills Soldb all druggists When the Walter Wins Two men were wrangling ns to who should settle with the waiter for the luncheon When the question had been finally decided and the contestants had gone the walter said to one of his regular customers who was a witness of the scene Thats what we like for every time It happens we come in for an extra tip The man who couldnt get the check has only one way to get oven and that Is by giving the waiter something and nine times out of ten ho does It and makes tho amount more than he would have given If he had paid the check This one ordered ox tra cigars and left the change for me We like the give me the check quar relsNew York Tribune Morrison Calhoon dentists officr downstairs 215 Fourth street both KyyDr Mlles AntiFain JPllla relieve pain r r II IIA Gentleman i From Mississippi Bey THOMAS A WISE JVcdellaed From the Play by Frederick R Toambs COPYRICIIT 1000 DY THOMAS A WISE CHdPTER VII LAHGDON LEAnNS OK THINGS UNPLEAS AN- THAINES quickly walked over an the southerner on the my boy what can 1 do for you asked tho new senator turning with a pleasant smile My name Is Qalncs Senator Ste Yens was to speak to you about me Im the first of the newspaper correspondents come to Interview you Langdons familiar smile broadened Well you dont look ns though youd bite Reckon I can stand for It Is It Very painful I hope It wont be senator Haines said feeling instinctively that ho was going to like this big hearty citizen All right Mr Haines just as soon as Ive said goodby to my old friend Colonel Stoneman Ill bo with you And to his continued amazement Haines saw the senator balk away with the old Union colonel slap him on the back cheer him up and finally bid him goodby after extending a cordial Invitation to como around to dinner meet his daughters and talk over old times The antiquated Federal soldier march 1 ed away more erect moro brisk than In years completely restored to favor In the eyes of the hotel people Lang don turned to the reporter All right Mr Halnes my hands are up Do your worst Senator Stevens spoke to me about you said you were the smartest young newspaper man in Washington You must como from tho south Bud shook his head No Just New York he said Well thats a promising town drawled the southerner They tell me thats the Vicksburg of the north- I suppose you havent been to New York of late senator suggested the newspaper man Well 1 started up there with Gen eral Lee once responded Langdon reminiscently but we changed our minds and came back You may have heard about that trip Haines admitted that he had Since that time went on Lang don Ive confined my travels to Now Orleans and Vicksburg Ever been In New Orleans about Mardi Gras time Mr Haines Sorry but 1 dont believe 1 have confessed the reporter reluctantly The senator seemed surprised Well sir you have something to llvo for Ill make It my special busl ness to personally conduct you through one Mardi Gras with a special under standing of course that you dont print anything In the paper Im a vestryman In my church but since misfortune has come upon our state 1 have to be careful Haloes searched his brain Ho knew of no grave calamity that had hap pened recently In Mississippi Misfortune he questioned Senator Langdon nodded Yes sir the great old state of Mis sissippi went prohibition at the last election I dont know how It hap pened We havent found anybody In the state that says he voted for it but fact Is a fact I assure you Mr Haines that prohibition stops at my front door in Mississippi So Ive been living a quiet life down on my plantation a This new life will be a great change i for you then suggested the reporter Change Its revolutionary sir When youve expected to spend your h J old days peacefully In the country Mr homes suddenly to find that yourtstate has called on you A flavor of sarcasm camo Into Haines replySThe office seeking the man He j could not help the slight sneer Was a man never to admit that ho had I sought the office Haines knew onlyI too well of the arduous work neces sary to secure nominations for high of ice In conventions and to win an election to the senate from a state legislature In almost every case he knew the candidate must make a dozen dif ferent deals to secure votes might promise the same office to two or three different leaders force others into line I by threats send a trusted agent to an other with a roll of bank bills tho recipient of which would Immediately conclude that this candidate was the only man in the state who could save the nation from destruction Had not Haines seen men who had sold their unsuspecting delegates for cash to the highest bidder rise in the convention hall and in impassioned dramatic volco exclaim In pralso of the buyer Gentlemen It would be a crying shame a crime against civilization If the chosen representatives of our grand old state of did not go on record in favor of such a man such a true citizen such an Inspired patriot ns ho whose name I am about to men lion I So the reporter may be forgiven for the Ironical tinge in his hasty Interruption of the now senators re marksLangdon could not suppress a chuckle I at the doubting note In flames at titudeI pretbsmallPlace of United States senator Hip i tl 1 Haines he saidIlt he could get it When I was a young man sir politics In the south was a career for a gentle coulddbo better engaged than In the service of his state or his country Thats right agreed the reporter further impressed by the frank sinceri ty of the Mississippian The only condition in my mind Mr Haines is that the man should ask himself searchingly whether or not bos competent to give tho service But I seem to be talking a good deal Suppose we get to the Interview Ex pect your time is short Wed better beginI thought we were In the Inter view smiled the correspondent- In Hi exclaimed Langdon Well If this is it It isnt so bad rseo you use a painless method When I was down In Vlcksburg a reporter backed me up In a corner slipped his hand in his hip pocket and pulled out a list of questions Just three feet four inches longHe wanted to know what I thought concerning the tariff on aluminium hy drates and how I stood about the open- Ing of the Tento Pu reservation of the Comanche Indians and what were my Ideas about the differential rate of hauls from the Missouri river He was a wonder that fellow Kinder out of place on a Mississippi paper I started to offer him a job but he was so proud I was afraid he wouldnt accept It However It gives you my Idea of a reporter If youve been against that I ought to thank you for talking to me laugh ed Haines Then you dont want to know any thing about that sort of stuff said Langdon with a hugh sigh of relief No senator was tho amused re ply I think generally If I know what sort of a man a man is I can tell a great deal about what be will think on various questions Langdon started interestedly You mean Mr Haines if you know whether Im honest or not you can tIt 1 JXy hands are up Do your worstII me up with a set of views Is that thefIdea Seems to me youre the sort of man Im looking for The other smilingly shook his head- I wouldnt dare fix up a United States senator with a set of views he said I only mean that I think what man Is Is important Ive been do- Ing Washington for a number of years Ive lead an exceptional opportunity to see how politics work 1 dont be 1In1 Langdon nodded approvingly then a- winkle shone In his eyes We dont believe in parties In Mis- issippi he drawled Weve Only onethe Democratic party and a few kickersHaines grinned broadly at this de scrlptlon of southern politics j What was this you were saying about national politics continued the Mississippian Im a beginner you know and Im always ready to learn reporterteachingflames Senator Langdon Joined In tho merriment I reckon reporters could teach Unit i ed States senators lots of things Mr Haines if the senators had sense enough to go to school Now I como up hero on a platform the chief prln clplo of which Is the naval base for tho gulf Now how are we going to put that through My state wants it Youre probably sure It will be a wonderful thins for the country and tho south suggested Haines Of course But why do you think most of the congressmen and senators will vote for It- Tbo southerner took off his hat lean ed back and gazed across the lobby thoughtfullySeems o mo the benefit to the south and country WQuld be sufficient reason Mr Haines ho finally replied The newspaper mans brain worked rapidly Going over the entire con versation with Langdon and what be had seen of him he was certain that the Mlsfilselpplan believed what be wasdeenlpI I r d These- Bad Pains which give you such exquisite suffering every month are caused as you know by female trouble RcHel seldom or never comes 01 Itself It Is necessary te care ike causp IB order to stop the pains and this can oaly bo dose If you wIll take a specific female remedy that acts directly ea the womanly organs WINE OF CAROBIWOMINS Cnrdul did wonders for me writes Mrs IIC Larson of Olds la I had female trouble for 8 years I had displacement which increased my suffering the doc tor could only relieve me at times Now lam so much better I hardly know when my time begins or when it ends At All Druggists WRITS FOR FREE ADVICE symptomsCOrpl1attanoogn training had educated HaInes m toe ways of men their actions and mental processes what naturally to expect from a given set of circumstances He felt a growing regard an affection forIthis unassuming old man before him who did not know and probably wouldI be slow to understand tho hypocrisy the cunning trickery of lawmakers who unmake laws Sufficient reason for you senator Halves added You have not been In politics very long have you he queried dryly A wry smile wrinkled tho Mlsslsslp plans face Been lu long enough to learn some unpleasant things I didnt know be fore lie remembered Martin anI dersWill you allow me to tell you a few more asked Haines Langdon Inclined his head in ac quiescence Reckon Id better know the worst and get through with it Well then senator somebody from Nebraska will vote for what you want In the way of the naval base because hell think then youll help him de mand money to dredge some muddy creek that ho has an Interest In Somebody In Pennsylvania will vote for It because he owes n grudge and wants to hurt the Philadelphia ship peopleYoull get the Democrats because Its for the south but If your bill was for the west coast they might fight It tooth and nail even with the Japanese fleet cruising dangerously near And the Republicans may vote for It because they see a chance to claim glory and perhaps break the solid south In the next presidential campaign You catch the Idea What exclaimed the astounded LangdonWell who In hades will vote for It because Its for the good of the United he gasped I believe you will senator replied Haines with ready confidence To be Continued IN ANSWER TeIIsIIivTol Prepare a Simple Mixture To Overcome Disease 7 To relieve the worst forms of Rheumatism take a teaspoonful of the fol lowing mixture after each meal and at bedtime Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Corn mud Syrup Sarsaparilla three jj- ounces These harmless Ingredients can be I obtained from our home druggists andS are easily mixed bv shaking them well in ajbottle Relief is generally felt from the first tow doses p This prescription forces the dogged up inactive kidneys to filter and strain from the blood the poisonous waste matter and uric add which causes j Rheumatism As Rheumatism is not only the most painful and torturous disease but dan gerpus to life this simple recipe will no doubt be greatly valued by many suffer ers here at home who should at once ij prepare the mixture to get this relief It ia said that a person who would take this prescription regularly a dose- r two daily or even a few times a week would never have serious Kidney- or l Urinary disorders or Rheumatism Cut this out tend preserve it Good = Rheumatism prescriptions which really relieve are sCrceindeedand when you need It you want It badly Subscribe Now I A Tie Century tI- N Tf909 will have some remarkable articles on LINCOLN Including unpublished documents from his own pen The great sculptor SAINTGAUDENS wrote his autobiography just before he died THE CENTURY will print it The full report of a remarkable conversation with the GERMAN EMPEROR will ap pear in THE 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Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod ernte prices Expect tailors em I ployed J H HUNSfcHfi CasperMay CpCan eltonInd t a04M P gAVlearltO 0IFit is the surest and sufestI place want to have 1watchT C LEWIS ho knows how and does as he knows Ho hasone of the finest collections of beautiful uptodato JEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices gold and silver can bo bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Comohe is glad to welcome youandgiveyou satisfaction TeC Lewis Home Jeweler f Hardinsburg Ky L IIL fit ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 146 Dally Fast Train loaves Oloverport PoIntStites25A nL I42allylltallaudSxpressleavesOlonorport arrives Ioulsvlllo 1258 p m Train No 144 Dully tost mall loaves Olo verport 458 p moo stops at all way stations atLouisville1 aooommo1atlonWEST BOUND accommodationleavewaystationsTrain No 141 Dally t fast mall and express onlyenebomtanleyBt Louis 750 p m arrives i t + m S jps at all stations No 145 dally Bt Louis fast train leaves Clo A6lvOwensborot Chair cars on trains 141 142 143 141 between TnrOUghsleeptbrcars andBtLous1 Fordsvllle Branch EASTBOUND leavesMordsvlllup00al11 leavesUerdsvlllupol11 Train No 6 SundaYonly Pordbvlllo700a moo IrvltcUn996a m WEST BOUNjJ Train No 3Dany except Sunday leaves 4 lrvinRtonUtlQam arrlvw Fordavlllo 266m JrvlnRton1106pI ami t Dr Charles StoneAPermanent DENTIST wile over CL VD PORT ekenrldaeBaak KBNTUCKV l J t r I M THIS GIl AT JU IEDY i8jj I Jn COMMENDED FOR M Acute anti Chronic Diseases ofIthe Kidney Liver BlndderIAT or Urinary Orvaris ande E Acute Chronic Rlteutnatisrn goutgC DISEAsEI I lion Ulceration or Catarrh oft c the Bladder The Test That Tells Dothan Ala Jan 21 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y GentlemenAbout one year ago two of my childen 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 dlscourag ed I tried several remedies and final ly a doctor buttherdid not seem to improve I who was taking Sw nipRoot for kidney trouble with good results and I decided JO get some tor the children I noticed there 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 and 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 rA Georgia Woman Sparks Binhamton 1909 Dr Kilmer Co N Y GentlemenSome 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 1 noticed some SwampRoot advertising and resolved to give it a trial After taking four bottles I was completely cured Have not suffered any pain i 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 an hips My back pained me continually and I felt miserable A friend recom mended SwampRoot I obtained an 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 great relief Yours very truly Rev E T DAWSON Results After Using Boston Ga Jan 13 IflOO Dr Kilmer Co BinghamtipnN Y z Gentlemen Some time ago I was troubled with kindney trouble 1 thought for some time 1 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 praies of this wonderful medicine and it given 4megreat pleasure to give my testimonial in regard to Its merits J13 ROUNTREE Former Mayorand Members Legislature We have sold Mr Rountree Swamp Root and have also soldit in a number of cases forkidney trouble and altvay i with perfect satisfaction T J C Adams Sonr it t t I just rd ceived card that my time t would News Feb But my time until 22 09 i If you doubt I will send you my ISo please sending I the News I dont want to miss a of Bill for it is IrvrPi Kyi l 000 Sir rEhclos8d 1i 150 cents i t mathed A iJlifcoffj y r The of a Isll by Its Cures ELKWOOD ATA Dec 14 1008 Dr Kilmer Co DingtiHUiptuu Y Dear liraI have derived such great bentfit from the uce of your SwampRoot that I believe it to be most important for the public to know its worth For the past ten yeats I have been the most miserable of men Dd not know what the trouble was but had urnmto very frequently b tu day ami night was all puffed up generally could not sleep more than a couple of hh urs at n time was distressed after eat it meal and was about worn out I I tried nearly everything 1 could see and hear of without helping t to any great extent until finally in purchasedItaking tions nnd 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 nON taking it but in smaller doses and twice a day in place ot four times a day and believe by the time supply used up I will le well I am feeling bet ter than for past Can eat and sleep firstclass in fact I am so good that I cannot resist telling you about it You are at liberty publish this testimonial should you wish respectfully THOS STALLARI U B Retired Box 7 R R No2 Ala A NEw ROADS IA Tan1 22 IgOO Dr Kilmer Co Blnghampton N Y Dear Sir I today to the public that your SwampRoot cured me of kid ney trouble IIwas almost past going having spasmodic spells witb my kidneys that were breaking down my constitution The medical aid was emploo i and they pronounced my trouble as alkali in the kidneys but were unable to do me any permanent good 1 took four bottles of SwampRoot and became a well man This WRY six years ago and I have had trace the trouble Yours lJREVOR Pastor Church New Roads La Mail Carriers BLOUNTVILLE THNN I have been n rural letter carrier for over fiye years Some two years ago I was taken with severe my back I used from my family physi cian for several without any benefit A friend Mr J D Nelsou ud vised me to try your SwampRoot but I had no faith in it I continued to grow worse und at last decided to try this Brosd nil relief I then bought two one dollar havde Had it not been for SwampRoot I wou d hive been compelled to quit the rural free delivery service I advise all carrier who get pains in their back that SwampRoot will cure them- I was so bad that very often my wife would have to help me to arise M B Rural Letter Carrier Route No2 A DONALSONVILLE GA Jan 20 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Bioghampton N Y j eVirs from Kidney trouble and rhea in my hips The pain acros my back became so severe that I cool hardly straighten np and could nut wal without dragging my feet I would uri nate frequently and would have to rise two or three times during the night causingme to suffer loss of sleep And with the pain Iwas nil run down and begin to lose flesh I saw Swamp Root advertised and bought one bottle to it After taking it I felt better and could sleep all right night I continued take until 1 bad taken lour large bottles I was entirely free from any pain in the back and begirt gain weight I always Root to my friends I think the cureI inmy case remarkable I want take the six Send Ky Pophnm cents Send longer Ekron 6 I for News dont so much the some set along without Mrs Bates she would take JtifI Mattingly Ever copy Ky qur We missed J Fi11 JioDR KILMER outtside wrapper of every bottle Beneficial In Severe Cases Edgefield Tenn Dr Kilmer Co Gentlemen I hardly know how express my appreciation for the good your SwampRoot has I had been troubled with my kidneys and with pain my back also with what the doctor termed inflammation of neck the Sometimes thatIeral doctors and medicines good effect and finally I noticed in some paper where Dr proposed send a sample bottle of his kidney medicine SwampRoot free by mail I sent once and received promptly a sample bottle After taking it I found it did good I then purchased two JElizerI felt like a new man and each I rode five teach school You at liberty use this or me uS I will always glad tell them what a wonderful this SwampRoot if Mr Saundersville Tenn is taking it with gord results Very truly yours DAMember Tennessee Legislature Rural Route No Edgenfield Tenn Results It Has Proved 1909DrDear SirsHave been suffering more less from Kidney trouble for the last five years and was induced try your Root Am happy say or give you testimonial that it cured me I a traveling for Messrs Co New York and am always traveling the road the different waters affected my kidneys Yours respectfully SAMUEL WOLF Prominent Mason Jackson Tenn According my experience I do not aquaSwampRootTwice it relieved when I was com pletely helpless The last time I was traveling Texas when my kidneys became affected andi for ten days suffered excruciating pains accompanied with severe chills Several years previous having been relieved a I naturally sought re SwampRootAftersize bot tles I was completely restored and praisingSwampRootago and I have had indication of a return affliction J C SMITH Jr Mason Satisfied Jau51909IDear Sirs During suf kidneysI prekdl not benefit me After reading some SwampRoot I give it a trial After taking a few doses 1 felt relieved and after tw lone had been taken I had pain and was completely cured II mybackperience lean cheerfully recommen SwampRoot any one suffering kidney Yours Mr Martin conducts a and transfer business Every mail brings unsolicited testimonials from people from all over United aud foreign land heartfelt gratitude for Dr Kilmers has done them Donot let sell you some other medicine to take the pjace of Swamp Rootif you do you will be disappointedinsist on gutting what you ask for there is other medicine as Dr Kilmers IF YOU NEED A MEDICINE YOU SHOULD HAVE THE BESTi SwampRoot not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble or obliged g0 often during the day and get up many times during the night have smarting or irritation passing or heart disturbance due kidney trouble SwampRoot will be found just the remedy you need t Dont Be Misled For example when you for Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the Great Kidney Liver and Bladder Remedy 1 dont allow any druggist drug clerk or store keeper to pursuade you into buying something else its place Every time subceeds in rolling you a substitute he makes moro prom but you are humbugged the expense your health t a NOTE Every reader of The Breekenridge News who has not tried SwampRoot the great Kidney Liver and Bladder Remedy may address Dr Kilmer Co and receive a bottle free by mall At all dealers in 50c and 100 sizes I A Certificate of Purity With Every BottleSee Inside Wrapper WHAT FOLKS SAY ABOUT THE NEWS Dear Mr Habbage have your stating expire the dont expire Aug this letter receipt continue as acopy Buffalo fineZ T Dooley ton N Dear jg News for iixmorithsrT- bt Ii tj o Value Remedy Proven N remedy to greatly ling present is entirely now ten years Very A Elkwood Clergyman wrIte best no Baptist Experience pinsln medicine mouths mail HENDRICKSON Contractor GentlemenAbout four ago sufferer matism from try to it recomtneridjswarrjp as expressing SwampRoot as SwampRoot Binghampton Brandenburg to news months it to Mboleyville Isadore 009find 25 me the Ntws three months W want renew the We think paper but how we cannot it said didnt Squire Bates ooo place 19o Iseea of the Ne77S Hugh Wood Hopkipsville o Plwuwjseadj 8W11i Binghamton N Y to done me greatly in the of bladder to no Kilmer to at me day miles to are to letter refer anyone to be to remedy James Ivens of MONTGOMERY 24 or to Swamp to has am salesman Colgate on A to me in of similar attack no of the 33 Fully last October decided to dollar bottles to from trouble i trulySIMON carting the States for anyone no good is to in to ask ho worthless at of N Y sample Sworn to 15 to of at to in Enclosed M Frymire Kyoo to of N Drinking literature somewhat no MARTIN in last weeks copy Mrsl Joe Sawyer ooo Enclosed findonedo1ir Send me the NewsW SDeanDundee Ky v 0 OO Hello Charlie Fallon What is going on infold Cloverport Send me a Breckcnridge News Your friend Jesse T Moorman HonoiuluHnalil 0eo The News gets better all the time Dr Rafforty I OQO I want your paper and the American Farm Review one year I have raised 5ppO ppqndj of fine tobacco thisI years Van Howard TIr S Ss 5 JAPANESE SASSY IN CALIFORNIA Air McQuady A Former Kentuck ian Writes Interestingly About The Japanese Situation In California WAR PAINT ON BATTLESHIP Dear Sir Teimit me the space if yon think appropriate to write a few liu for our taper about the Japanese sit rig utlon in America But my understanding is riot so good as my speech The question I and others want ausworod is How much farther is this Japanese American farco going before it turns into a tragedy One thing we know sooner or later the pot must boll And the fooling in California today is at the highest against the Japs The bill was passed in the State Legislature eX eluding Japanese children from our schools nut the opinion is the Governor will not veto it as it will conflict wt our treaty with Japan President Roosevelt is being criticized for his attitude towards all bills that have a tendency toward Japanese exclusion lIe sees it would be a mistake to pass such laws now It would cause war with Japan But if war alone is the thing that will prevent us from be ing crowded off our native land I f one would welcome the war 1IWho is this country Japan that 1 should demand such consideration Just a little while ago America a England helped Japan on her feet rie she is sassy and unruly and may ne to be whipped Of course all tho States have not the same opinion of the Japs as California but if they had as ninny to deal with as California does they would A few years ago all the hotel help here was Japanese and all tho richi houses hired them for servents but bt fore long they got to know more than their employers They are very iin- quisitive They have been caught several times within our Forts prying around to see what we had to fight with until Uncle Sam had to say to AdmiralI Evans Bob take our fleet around by Japan and show the little bays what we have This cost Uncle Sam twenty million dollars The fleet has arrived safely to tho Atlantic Coast and the next thing on program was the arrival of Cruiser his tabwhich came into SanFrwcirco t morning with a full coat of war pai which is causing much speculation for a battleship to wear war paint in time of peace Japan has also shipped two 12 inch guns to Manilla each weighing 57 tons besides several million rifle cartridgesIt like war Yours TrulyC E McQuady Petalumn Calif Feb 5 1909 Overfeeding Men drunk from liquor and m drunk from overeating are most sus ceptlble to pneumonia and die of IIt said n Chicago health commissioner In an address Tho majority of cases 0of pneumonia are of patients who con tracted the disease after u drunken debauch or who were drunk from over feeding the commissioner continued overfeedingd i are ns who stupefy themselves with liquors The effects of pneumonia In such pa tients are much1 the same Fell From Scaffold And Injured His Back Thirty years ago James CLeo 1100 9th St S E Washington D C fell from a scaffold and seriously injured his back In telling about it he says 1111y suffering was terrible from the small of pack all around my stomach was just as if I had been beaten with club I tried all kinds of plasse belladonna capcine and porous wit out getting relief and bought socall electric belts but none of them did any good One day while working near my daughters house my back pained me so badly that I had to quit I went iin to the house and lav down for ease My daughter had a bottle of Sloans Lit I ment in the house anti she rubbed my back well with it and give me some tot take home I used six and a half bottles of Sloans 250 Liniment and can do as touch work as any man in the shop although I am sixtyseven years SloansLinltnuntommend it to anyone suffering pain We Bu- yFURS Hides and Wool Fettfceri Tallow Beetwax Cnuenr pleWyiaLouilYilled RclercaceanyfcrrceUpOcoM SalMl A lona 4t9 I Market St LMttWUC N KYa u I I WANTED 11IC t I ry IForpublication in the News a story Iofthe funniest experience of your I Iftjthe paper in ink sign name and IIt 1 r II hThe Breckenridge News I itCloverporl KentuckyIfiRIm lBIIIIOrM tD rrrrrrrKrrtrr r KKKrxorrr K K rrrs rKKr KKKrKK I For a Limited Times GETqf Times I s f Regular Price 500 a Year ccAND C j The 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VLATaUttTIlLtlryUue J TOO la lab of 1 to 4 IJ il1 tUO perm S to S lU it 125 rtf IlL 10 It and over al t100 per n t F LewWesatisfied customers arid we have grown and sold more cabbage plants than ail other persons in the Southern states combined WHY because our plants must please or we send your money back Order now it is tirne to set these plant in your sec tion money8oecIa1Jamli10 CatlasMMM EOJ Nice Job Printin Ki ely Bpj Gall Ilk Ite O- J0 lJ J y A J rf iJ I JLF FrV j iJj I I if- j ttiIh- r t I J ft r l NEWStt tJ JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING COV 1iiJ issued Ever Wednesday I OJ-WWy t Subscription Price 100 a your in advance i 1 CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at the rate of I i i cents per line- OBITUARIESi charged for at the rataof 5 cents per lino Mono r f iIi i Advance plcnseIri J1EIGHT PAGES tWEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 24 1909 r i Rev D J Griffith and Rev Hiram B Lamb officers of the Sal f nation Army left yesterday morning for Hawcsvillo after spending several days in this city The citizens here gave them 15 which I e speaks well for Cloverport fd 1 One of tho largest gatherings of farmers that has over attended I State meeting is expected at Elizabethtown today Breckenridgc t county will be well represented and wo are sure our farmers will derive great benefit from the Institute A strong program has beer arranged and various agricultural questions will be discussed Cloverport almost envies Elizabethtown tho pleasure of entertaining f the agreeable guests Within the next sixty days tho Clover Creek bridge in this city will be perfectly repaired and put in good condition The committee Jim Sinclair Gus Brown and Squire Bates are busy making arran- geImoats to have the work of repairing the bridge commenced at once Several matters have delayed the work of the committee but it is hoped their present plans will not be interfered with in any way The bridge has been condemned and is almost impassable G N Lyddan has engaged to H II Morton two car loads of fat cattle to go last of March and will bo weighed at Irvington They will woisrh 1400 pounds by then Last year Mr Lyddan sold one load to II L Kurtz at S6 which was considered the best load over shipped from Webster and these last steers are heavier and fatter They have been engaged by Mr Morton at 680 per hundred Geo Lyddan dotes on breeding and feeding tho best cattle in the county Ho is a wide awake up to date stock man and tho county is proudof him After u successful globeencircling trip the United States battle Vship fleet was welcomed home at Hampton Roads Monday The six teen battleships have made a unique record sailiner around the world It touched at ports of South America Australia Japan China CO- lon t Egypt and the ports of the Mediterranean and since they loft December 22 1907 the officers and men have seen much that will furnishreading material for years and years Tho voyage was wonderfulnndevery incident of which when told by the navigators 1 will bo of vital interest to every American citizen Among the sailors l back with the fleet is Jesse L Moorman a former Clovorport man All his friends hero remember him as Jaybird and are re I joicing over his safe return to Hampton Roads Bill Einerby lost 100 at Glondeane Saturday Ho was attending liiho salo at Glasscocks and about an hour after leaving the place ho missed his money lie hurriedly returned to the store and as the crowd backed up against the counters and in the corners tho roll of bills loomed up like a mountain top in tho center of the Uoor A hun I Dry best goods So I Bleach Cotton 4 to 7c Cloth 74c All Wool Dress Goods 3Sc All Colors of Moirs 39c Percales from 7Jo to lOc from 5c to Sc Waist Goods from 7c to 168c Old Shirting 7ic and Sc Good Quality Jeans 23c Best Quality Blue Donim 120 Towels from So each to pair 36c Mens Collars each So Hose from So pair to 19c Childrens Hose from 8c pair to 19o yo tired dollars had not looked so big and good to Mir Emerby for some time After ho had counted it and felt sure ho had found it ho took it to the bank and promised himself ho would never again be so care less with his change especially when there was a bankwithin stones throw It was a lesson to Mr Emerby and many others on carelessness It takes a little scare like this to quicken our appreci ation of a bank Sometimes we arc as slow to put our trust in a bank as wo arc slow to make money to put in them Breckonridgo county is fortunate to have a number of strong substantial banks and the sooner tho people put their money bags in the banks lkeeping tho better oft they will be I IGeorge Washingtons birthday was quietly observed throughou- the county Only hero and there could bo seen tho stars and stripes Nolte Bros of this city was patriotic enough to hang out a Hag in honor of The Father of Hin Country The schools banks and post oflice closed but aside from this there was no other observance of the day Perhaps tho only celebration was at Irvington at the City Hall where a Colonial Tea was given for the benefit of the Methodist Church The Hall was artistically decorated in stars and stripes and the tea tables were attractive with Washington souvenirs The most interesting feature of the occasion was the receiving line which was composedof several pleasant and sociable representatives of Irving tons social sot Mr and Mrs Kemper acted as Mr and Mrs Washington Mrs McGloth Ian Nellie Curtis Dr Wimp George Park Curtis Mrs Bennett Dolly Madison and Mrs Moromon Mrs Jeff orson The young girls who served the tea and ices were winsome in colonial costumes and the whole affair was beautiful and enjoyable COURT NOTES In the case of L J Dent against the L H St L R R Co for refusal to accept him as passenger while carrying with him a crosscut saw the jury de tided that no damages were due Dent 000 106 were awarded to Elihu McCoy as damages against the railroad company caused by fire from one of their passing trains 000 The cases of George A Conner andI Jas Haynes against the Railway Co for damages were dismissed settled each side paying its cost 000- L C Paynes suit for damage against the railroad was dismissed it having been settled out of court 000 The cases of Butler Butler and Logan Butler against the railroad were dismissed 000 The case of G Kaseys against the railroad was set for to morrow the 10th day ot the court 000- A great many cases have been con tinued till the May term 000- On account of the congested condi tion of the court it has been ordered that the May term be extended one week thus giving a full month for clearing up the docket OASTOaXABeaw theThe Kind You Have Alwais Bought l lgnnturo EG 10of WU at Ladies WALL AT COST Neck Ties at 19c to 39o York Shirts 40c Fine Shirts 39c and 7Gc 42 piece Set Dishes 376 AND AT COST AT COST AT COST I Childrens Shoes fiom 19c pair to 85c Youths and Misses Shoes from 90 to 120 Ladies Shoes from 95c to 215 Mens Fine Shoes from 145 to 290 Mens Coarse Shoes from SlQO to 425 Carpet Slippers pair 32c Court will continue all this week 000 Perhaps the hardest fought case in this court is the one of J H Glass cock vs the Louisville Tobacco Wares use Company In Nov 1004 Mr Glasscock entered into contract to buy leaf tobacco the Warehouse Company fuanishing money for same On Jan lg 1905 says the allegation his draft was turned down by the without his be their damages through its attorneys Mur ray S Murray The matter of juris diction was decided by the Court of Appeals and the trial was begun here Friday afternoon of last week Mr Glasscock at once went upon the Witness stand remaining two days and a half under the questioning of the at torneys On Monday afternoon it was not thought the case could be concluded until today L J Forest of Ellzabethtown John P Haswell Jr of Hardinsburtr and Humphrey CompanyrIndia Ink In both India and China there are thousands of people who manufacture India ink as a side Hue to their regu mar business working at It In the winter at night am on days when they are not otherwise employed It Is made by burning some kind of oil in a lamp with a very long chimney usur ally made In joints which can be taken apart for greater convenience in cleaning out the soot which makes the Ink Almost any kind of vegeta ble oil will answer and In districts where petroleum Is found even coal oil Is used In making the cheaper grades Tho best kind Is made from sesame oil Argonaut CREASING A WILD HORSE For One Captured by That Method KilledaWill 0 Barnes writing In McClures of tho various methods of capturing wild horses In the old days on the plains says- Creasing was one of their devices This consisted In shooting a bullet so that It struck the animal on the top of the neck just In front of the withers and about an Inch or so deep close to the spinal column The shock temporarily stunned the horse and the animalstfeet together before ho recovered A rope halter was slipped on his head A gentle horse or sometimes a work ox was led up alongside the prostrate beast and ho was securely necked up to tho gentle animal and thus could be handled easily Old inustnngers say however that for one horse caught this way fifty were killed and that as a matter of fact tho method was not used very much except In an emer gency when a hunter after days of attempts to capture finally took the risk of successfully creasing an unusually fine animal rather than see him escape altogether Ono of the best cow ponies 1 ever owned I bought from a mustanger who had creased him on the plains east of tho Pecos river in New Mex ico There was a hole In his neck fully two inches deep and wide where the ball from the heavy buffalo gun had plowed its way through the flesh just high enough above the spine not to kill and low enough to stun effectu ally FIVE SENSES NOT ENOUGH Our Limited Scale of Consciousness Shuts Out Many Vibrations Between the vibrations that we call electricity and the vibrations that wo call heat we Imagine there must be other vibrations filling up the gap but we do not know simply because we have no senses that can comprehend them The spectrum is Just such a little scale Below the darkest red at the lower end we cannot see at the other end as the vibrations get faster and faster through the orange the blue and the violet Is another unknown gap that Is we cannot see It But surely the vibrations are there Some of them for instance that we have never seen and never can see mark their presence on a photographic plate And this same spectrum may be used as an antilogy to describe spiritualistic phenomena Just ns there are limits lat eitHer owl of the scale of vlbratlors beyond will h our own KCMPCS slid tell us nothing so muy there be psychic forces at work beyond the limits of our consciousness These TIre seemingly supernatural to us when we witness their effect but they really nre no more supernatural than the X ray 1hatI pierces the solid bqdy or the Invisible ultra violet ray that marks the photographic plate From Are the Dead AliveV by Fremontl Rider In Deline- ator Subscribe for The News Bears Kind You Have Always Bought Signature Iod ALL FROM 35 TO 65 PR Caps from 19c to each 75c Hats from G5o to each 1 56 L ALL CANNED AT 8C CAN I Tea best per pound 45a Coffee best pound aGc Coffee good 10Jo Beans pound V ijc Meat pound V 9o 4o box Of 4c Underwear suit 69c AGONY Of I WORDS Whole Body a Mass of Raw Tor turing Humor Hair All Fell Out and Ears Seemed Ready to Drop Off Clothing Would Stick to Bleeding Flesh Hoped Death Would End Fearful Suffering p SEEM ED BUT CURED HER Words cannot describe tho terrible eczema I suffered with It broke out on my head and kept spreading until it covered my whole body I was almost n solid mass of sores from head to foot I looked more like a piece of raw beef than a human being The pain and agony r endured seemed more than I could bear Blood and pus oozed from the great sore on my scalp from under my linger nails and nearly all over my My ears were BO crusted and swollen I was afraid they would break off Every hair In my head fell out I could not sit down for my clothes would stick to the raw and bleeding flesh making me cry out from the pain My family doctor did all he could but I got worse and worse 1Iy condition + was awful I did not think I could live and wanted death to como and end my frightful sufferings In this condition my motherinlaw mo to try the Cuticura Rem edges I said I would but had no hope of recovery But oh what blessed ro lief I experienced after applying Cut cura Ointment It cooled the bleeding and itching flesh and brought mo the flint real sloop I had had in weeks It was as grateful as ice to a burning tongue I would bathe with warm water and Cuticura Soap then apply the Ointment freely I also took Cuti cura Resolvent for the blood In a short time the sores stopped tho flesh began to heal and I knew was to get well again Then the hair on my head began to grow and in a short time I was completely cured I cannot praiso Cuticura enough Iwish I could tell everybody who has eczema to use Cuticura My condition was so terrible that what cured me cannot fail to cure anybody of this awful disease If any one doubts the truth of this letter tell them to write to mo Mrs Wm Hunt 135 Thomas St Newark N J Sept 28 1008 Cuticura Sow Ointment and Resolvent liquid or pills iro sold throughout tho world Potter Druz k Chem Corp Sole Props Boston MOM WililleU Free Latest Cuticura Skin Book- S Notwithstanding the dispatches from Frankfort two weeks ago stated that the school money had been forwarded to the superintendents it has not been re ceived Again last week a false alarm stated it was being sent These reports cause teachers to write me asking about A theirs As heretofore I shall send out checks with all dispatch upon the receipt of the check from the State Capi tal making it possible for me to do so 000 Marshall Norton has entered Kings wood college to make a specialty of a few studies this Spring His sister Miss Lura who has the best record in the county for continuous public school attendance has also entered Kingswood 4 JOLIYS COSIfRICE S4LE l BEGINNING sell all goods absolute cost for Saturday FeCASHI OR PRODUCE a ICalicos Goods Outing Ginghams Hickory 260Lj NOTIONS HARDWARE TINWARE PAINT FURNITURE Shoes WarehouseCompany payMr attorneysfor OASTOarAthethe OVERSHOES GOODS Groceries pound SoapcakeVCrackers UnderwearM- ens ECZEMA BEYOND CASE HOPELESS CUTICURA EDUCATIONAL NOTES r Will I Ladies Underwear good garment 19c Ladies Underwear best garment 39c ClothingM- ens Suits from 248 to 750 Each Saturday we will sell at Auction from 9 to 12 oclocky in the morning 1 II BRING THESE PRICES AND SEE IF I DO NOT MEAN IT lYI I R M JOLLY Irvington Ky1 I 1Ft- w uIw L J I 11 r1 q t A Reliable Remedy FoilMBAIMCATARRH oJ1YElys Cream BalmaPIs qulcklrI absorbed Gives Rollc al Once nlF It cleanses soothes iV 1hcnIs and protectsJjIIWItj Ff tho diseasea inem l brono resulting from Catarrh and drives awfty aCold in tho Ilea qnickly Restores ffF tho Senses of Taste anti Hmoll Full sizo r GO cts at Druggists or by mall Liquid f Oream Balm for use in atomizers 75 cts r Ely Brothers 50 Warren Street Now York I the fircckenridge News t WEDNESDAY FEB 24 1909 k t fltjrx ft PERSONALII W L Henkle Iis in Loiisvllle tiitti Canned Vegetable SoupNolte Good things to eat and wear Noltos Yfit ii Remember the Salt Water Fish Noltet J Feld and garden seed the bestNoll It H Lk Raymond Pate has been ill severalI 3ays F Genuine German Noodles for soup iNoItes10 c LouisvillebLots of good things in fancy groceriesI Babbage at old Post officeI INOltes May has been visiting iinI pt Miss Cornelia Ditto is attending the ICMardi Gras Mrs Julius Sippel of Irvington spent rf Sunday here k John C Watts of Ekron visitedl friends Sunday Sterett Jarboe has returned home from Lexington to Extra Fancy Kentucky Blue GrassI for lawns Nolte i Hugh Woodof Hopkinsville hasI been here several days J W R Moorman Sr of Glendeano t iWas in Owensboro Monday- Sw Fred Newton has a position with theI i Cumberland Telephone Company t yj The revival at the Methodist churchI 4 at Glendeane has been postponed tlGld Squirts and Robert Hendricks I left Monday night fonOklaboma i I Miss Adele Feland of Stanford iis I 1theguest of Mrs Chas Lightfoot t Owen Adkins of Stanley was the guest of Mrs Chas Berry Sunday S MissesClaudie anJ Carrie Pate haveI been visiting relatives in Owensboro I r Jas Masterson ofTrdv lad has been 1the guest of Mr and Mrs Siader iiRev Curie attended the Missionary Conference at Central City this week v Rev J S Breer filled his regular ap pointment at Ha esville last Sunday V Order a package of Wyandotte the r greatest houtehold cleanser of the d y i Noltes V Miss Addle Ditto has returned to u Louisville after a visit to Mrs Job i n bb age i t tf Mr and Mrs Till Pauleyof Mattoon E aEf f kki i Gid P French of Ammons returned L from Louisville Mondav He sold a to- f V of cows and calves at 140 ti1 i y yR n Pierce spent several days in th- l Bluegrass last week visiting his sons Wallace and Vivian Pierce Kr Mrs Harry Hills and little daughters tVy Mary D and Julia of Richmond ar t f jyv visiting Mrs Mary B Oelze C V Robertson and Jesse M Howard f of Glendeano were in Lexington last week attending the Horse Sale r 1 i Scotts I t Emulsion 4hjJofCod Liver pills the means of life tor of life arid enjoyment thousands men women and n u children li1ti When appetite falls iit restores H it When food is a burden it 1l1lllifts the burden fi fWhen you lose flesh it brings r y the plumpness of health v e I+ When work is hard and duty is heavy it makes life bright f i Itis the thin edge ofthe wedge t the thick end is food But 1 1 whenkfVr I BCottsEmulsion of Cod Liver Ii t Oil is the food that makes you forget your stomach l t t rii 4 Send thU advorttwrnent together with name otpaper lnwltkblhHearsoutaddre6aand Ir ferry cents to cover Boetaee and we will sen4 i 1IMia CoreltMta lha 0y AUu of tbc iVerlQ I Ii r L SCOTT 4BOWS 40Y PMT stfNfwr A l 1dj = yL Il i Chas Smart and his sbnt Simon took a lot of hogs and cattle to Louisville Saturday and sold at very satisfactory prices Dr J T Owon was called to Ver saills Monday to see Mrs John Greg ory whois ill at tho home of her daughter Mrs R N Hudson Misses Floernce and Addle Fairleigh Brean Loirkridge and Mullane Keisker of Louisville spent Sunday with Misses Mildred and Louise Babbage Dr Bush Cloverport 1st 2ndand 3rd Mondays and Tuesdays Hard Insburg 4th Monday 3 days Irving- ton Thurday and Friday following 4th MondayICapt John 0 Jahine of Little Rock Ark has been visiting Dr and Mrs R L Newsom Capt Jabine attended the funeral of his brother Harry Jatiino in Louisville last weeK Timber Wanted500 cords 30 inches long for name blocks of Beech Sugar Maple Ash Oak White Elm Hack berry Apply to T F Sawyer Grocery and Wallpaper store Cloverport Mr and Mrs Harry Newsoin will chaperone a party of friends to Louis ville today tosesThe Merry Widow Tho members are Misses Ree andl Matt Willis Eva and Edith Plank Cleona Weatherholt dad Mr Lafe Behen This is just the time of year when yes are most likely to have kidneJ or bladder trouble with rheumatism andI rheumatic pains caused by weak kidneys Delays are dangerous Get Do Witts Kidney and Bladder Pillsand b sure you grit what you ark Jor They are tho best pills mode for backache weak back urinary disorders inflamma tion of the bladder etc They are an tiseeptic and act promptly We sell and recommend them Sold bv all druggists FRANK JONES ILL For several days Frank Jones colored has been sick at his home on the hill He is one of the Lest nnd most reliable colored men in town and has held a position at the Hen er son Route shops for years A Terrible Threat You say your titled son n lnw holds threats over you Yes answered Mr Cumrox He has us where we cant glue him any argument at nil Mother and the girls say we must yield for the sake of the family honor Is thereern skeleton in the closetNot at nil He simply announces that unless lIP has Ills own WHV hell get naturnlhcd id In a filnlii Ameri eau citizen nr bLah un SlurI Gillilands Will The will of Jas T Gilliland was ad matted to probate Monday His sister Mrs Zerilda Brodie of Chenault to whom he willed his property was made executrix without bond TITBITuHippopotamus Meat Has a Strong Odor and Flavor of Musk To the African traveler the hippopotamus Is a species of same particu larly desirable for its Ivory and It nots Inconsiderable danger involved pursuit provides the delicious emotion huntingeis tame and Insipid Moreover the ob ligation under which the leader of the expedition lies to feed his servants and carriers adequately makes one of these oer so and disproportionately wide a per feet godsend Not only docs tho hippo potamus furnish a formidable amount of meat but that meat has the lees timable merit of keeping fresh mace y longer than any other principally ow ing to the fact that flies seem to hurt an Insurmountable horror of U I must admit that for a long time thoroughly sympathized with the files Alive the hippopotamus his a peculiar odor somewhat resembling musk which discloses the presence of th 0 animal from afar when ho happens t be to windward of one In the flesh of the dead animal this odoror taste of it rather persists and Is muc appreciated by tljo natives though for eigners take a long time to get accustomed to It some are never able to support ItWldo World Magazine His Hanj Tom Reed was playlii VhlU on one occasion In his club in Portland Quo ot tho party whom the ZitI did not like extravagantly had u habit ot cur rying a good deal of black realty un der his finger nails and the rest of his hands never looked clean But tho fellow had good luck which nettled Tom Finally almost unable to conceal his Impatience V18 slant speaker of tho I house of representatives remarked In his metallic nasal tone of voice Blank If dirt was trumps what a hand youd have i CORRECTION In the Renouncement of the arrival of a little girl at the home of Mr and Mrs A Piersenj the place of their residence should have been Louisville instead of HaWesville Tljevcws gladly corrects any mistake 1 t ur- a STEPHENSPORT P D Hawkins went to Cloverport Saturday on business Jtlrs Mack Stiff of Henderson is the guest of Mrs S H Dix J W French went to Louisville Sat urdayMrs Chas Tinius spent a few days last week in the country visiting rela tives Mr and Mrs John Adair were in Hawesvllle the first of last week Mr Ben Beauchamp is our town marshal EcliT Fojc police judge Sy Stiles and family have moved to countryMiss Bassham was in town Saturday James Biggs of Irvington was ini town last week Herman Niles and family will move to Sample soon Mr Niles will go into the grocery business Albert McKaughn and family will lea e this week for Cloverport to make their future home Hows This Wo otTer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catnrrlrthat cannot be cured + by IlallsCatarrh Cute P JOHENEY Toledo O Wo tIle undersigned bavo known K J Cheney for the last 15 years and bellovQ him perfectly honorable In all business transact- Ions and financially able to carry out any obligations majlo by his firm WALDINO KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous sentefree Price The per bottle Sold by all Urugglsts Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Limited Lovo meIyour hued I way so wretched that wanted to throw myself out of the windowAnd why didut you lIt was hlhIUFtlse Blatter DUKES Mrs Matt Hall is ill Mrs Ollie Johnsdn of Hickman County is visiting relatives here and near Patesville Alono Rearden wife and baby of Pellville spent several days last week with her parents Mr and Mrs L jNeVberry Hilous Basham was atGoering frdm Friday until Monday- B F Powers was called to the bed side of his nephew Frank Johnson who is very ill at his home at Walt manLenord Campbell returned to his employment at Marshall Ark Sat urday after an extended visit with relatives here Miss Pearl Basham was the guesto her cousin Mrs Lonnie Ray of CJover port from Saturday until Tuesdays Hilous and Eugene Basham attend ed the party at Edd Gordons at Pates ville Saturday night Miss Mable Hall spent Saturddy night with Flora Newbury Our school closed Friday after a successful term taught by Messrs Klrtley Kincaid of Patesville and Homer Tindle The scholars gave a- very nice entertainment Friday even IngHomer l forsMiss Flora Newbury entertained a fewof her friends Saturday evening in honor of her eighteenth birthday Those present were Miss Mable Hall Senada Powers Messrs Oliver Flowers of Patesville Ralph Shaw of Midway and Edd Powers Highly Esteemed peopleyNo I woujt go as far as that answered the home grown philosopher but I will say that the love of money HerIald I A Gay Time 01Vawo Roff Raymond Pate Proctor Keith and Chris Brabandt have just put in their appllcationsfornioinbership Thehare new merry chase and they expect no relief 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careful attention as larger ones and we appre elate your business and in iiuonce Interest pnidon Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVORPORTC- LOVERPORT KY DR W M CASPER DENTIST At Oloverport luvery Wednesday and Tburs day ut DrLluhUoots Office y YI YOU Have Yourself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You Eyes Tested FREE v iGlasses Guaranteed m Severs Drug Co H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURG KY theCourtscountLicensetoCOuttsOaicoover 1 IIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Home Seekers Rates the West anti South West first and IITo Tuesdays via L H St L Reduced rates to Mardi Gras Fob i7i 18 1020 21 21and o elay a second class colonist rate to California and Northwest March 1 to April 80 t t rio y r t CUSTERS rIGOr I9SSIEGE ti tiBY BUFFALO BILL FIOM TRUE TALES OF TIlE PLAINS copY um t 19oe6Y WILLIAM P COPY k ENERAL SHERIDAN instltut cd methods of fighting the In dians somewhat in their own style and continued them under the most distressing conditions InI the winter Among his ablest and most I daring lieutenants at the time was General George A Custer the dashing t cavalry hero of the Army of the Poto t macHis final campaign is so strikingly remembered that it Is well here to give + a short description of one of his thrill Ingly successful battles sometimes tailed Custers Victory of the Vashl la General Sheridan who was In com tnand of the department vas TiImself In the field These Indians having+ r perpetrated many outrages popular I Indignation seconded and demanded active retribution The Indians naturally l in winter drifted southward If possible and Sheridan had made a rendezvous at Camp Supply in Indian t Territory a hundred miles south of Fort Dodge Believing that they were i In camp In concealment somewhere I Sheridan elected to detach Custcr and his regiment nnd scud them on a scout while he himself would seek In anoth er direction with Camp Supply as a base On Nov 23 nt 4 oclock in the morning hi n snowstorm Custer re ported himself ready to march with his usual evidenced ru arty to fight On the CCtli tiz C uiri river was reached Hull MVr Ilit vvi vent en a prospectt la t ur vlillj crossed the river vla lii Iitit3 ron taaud The ice VT j 1t r T croJfj to bonr thri u I EO th Ud ti break through It Ih hrls C rl r Artcr crossing Sc t Corbto Livuj rCws that Elliot hrd rtruc n trll Ul the south side f tri l r Tiii Ill was sent orders to Clio until 11lt and then to wait for Custer nul Hi men Leaving the wagon train lie 11lll him under an oacort nbaudosiff same and taking their puck train of miles a hundred rounds of ammunition and commissary stores of one days rations of coffee and hard tack und some for age for his horses he hastened on JTroop after troop was relieved at the L trout for breaking the road and the horses were pushed to the limit of their condition of safety as the In dians if they were in as large a num I Ifnud0 IIAt Ietthen to follow the Indian trail The i rest did the command some good the i girths being loosened and the t given their scanty supply With I I Isnddle disposition of the scouts In Custer led his men rind in about an hours ride Little Beaver ap proached and said he smelt fire A halt and Custer and the scouts went j forward crawled up over the ridge WUh a dicer the cavalry charged s saw a little fire smoldering which the scout said had been used by those guarding the ponies The main camp was at no great distance c Whispered commands were given and 4 Cooks sharpshooters dismounted and advanced The regiment was divided Into four squadronsMajor Elliot was to go around on the left and get in the rear of the camp Thompson on the right was to connect with Elliot Captain Myers on tho right and Thompson on tho left with Custer r nnd four troops In what would bo tho ji center Hoping fur no discovery by I the foe Custer was to gauge the time t necessary and give tho signal to attack With the bugle About an hour before dawn Captain Myers troop took up the last and nearest position A moment before the 6general was about to order the charge6 sounded a rifle shot signal was heard + from one of the Indian guards In the t camp and Casters bugle Bounded i e Three echoes came from three different I directions the cavalry charged and with cheers tho fracas opened Jump ling from their lodges hiding behind trees or lining the bank of the little theIreds fought in vain Black I himself was killed besides 103 of his warriors The village was captured the pony herds were shot as they could not be carried away taking an hour to kill 875 of them The village and all its possessions of winter provisions Including a thousand buffalo robes hun dreds of pounds of dried meat etc were destroyed Over COO pounds of powder and a thousand sounds of lead were at the same time captured Fifty three squaws and children were made prisoners thus entirely destroying Black Kettle Elliot and a party of fourteen who had followed some flying parties were missing having run Into a larger band of Indians in a large ad joining vlllqge which threatened now to rush on the command and glvo tit for tat but Custer rallied every man threw out skirmishing parties and ad vanced with his bands and buglep playing and after some sharp fighting the Indians believing that he must have reenforcements end seeing Major Bell with an escort coming dashing with a load of ammunition which by the way was badly needed and having Little Rock their fighting chief killed they broke away and scattered An unknown number were killed and wounded during the nil day fighting A white woman and child were found In the village who were killed by the Indians for revenge during the opening of the fight Our loss was seven killed and eleven wounded Owing to the condition of the weather etc It was necessary to get back to Camp Supply to recuperate which was successfully accomplished That same winter Custer repeated the same trick on a larger village and wiped It from the face of the earth and captured Satantn whom he held until many white captives were given up In exchange After some rest following the battle of the Washlta a search party was sent out to find trace of Elliot and his men whose remains they found the story being afterward learned from the Indians how catas trophe overcame them Flushed with in the Black Kettle village Elliot pursued the flying band and ran into the midst of a big band of braves coming to assIst In the fight They were seen an ambush was quickly effected and they were surrounded Their horses were shot down and others dismounted und they stood back to fightingIescapes from extermination General George A Forsyths siege on the Arlck aree river In September 18C8 being a famous example General Forsyth was in command of a body of about fifty plainsmen en listed as snouts and camped beside InIhad been reported as uprising and the expedition was projected for the pur pose of finding out the true state of affairs It being a season when very little water was in the river the party removed its camp to an island in the middle of the stream There their worst fears were early realized for at 0 oclock on the morning of Sept 17 18G8 Chief Roman Nose entered the river valley with his braves squaws and children and prepared for an at tack Roman Nose was a heroic speci men of the Indian warrior and he headed a party of nearly a thousand hostile braves General Forsyth immediately began making the best preparations he could with a view to fortifying his position digging rifle pits and placing saddles and other available material In a circle around his men There was so little water in th3 river bed that he knew hand to hand encounters would result from the impending attack unless the advancing host could be repelled be fore they reached the Imperiled sol diers Indian sharpshooters ranged In hiding nlon both banks of the stream began pourhg into tho Forsyth position a deadly fire at close range The besieged men crouched in the rifle pits they had dug In the sand their fire arms In readiness awaiting the word of commanu Closer came the caval cade of redskins until their fellow sharpshooters were compelled to cease firing for fear of killing their own men Then Forsyth shouted Now nnd a crash of musketry rang from fifty guns It was apparent that tho Indians were bent upon riding down their prey nnd killing them on the spot The first volley made no change in their intentions At a second volley they did not waver but when others followed too rapidly to count tho ranks began to thin out and at last Roman Nose went down shot dead from his horse The death of their defiant leader sent consternation into the ranks of his followers and when they worn Within a hundred yards of the miniature fort they broke in a panic During the next two hours the For syth party dug their rifle pits deeper strengthened their barricades with the bodies of their destroyed horses and protected themselves as best they could against a second attack At 2 oclock the Indians were again driven off and for a third time they returned at 4 oclock to be once more nnd foully repulsed The Forsyth party suffered se verely In all three of the attacks AllI their horses nnd mules had been killed thus cutting off their means of escape Lieutenant Fred Bcccher a nephew of Henry Ward Bcccher the distinguish ed Brooklyn divine and five of his men had also been killed or mortally wounded nnd seventeen men includ- Ing General Forsyth had been serious ly wounded Practically only seven men out of the original number were unharmedFort the nearest military post was a hundred miles away and the situation way indeed desperate for General Forsyth and his men without food and surrounded by nearly a thousand Indians The dead horses were cut Into strips for food and a well Inside the circular breastworks was dug for water The defense was fur ther strengthened as best It could bei nnd ever watchful they passed f days with no sign from the ourI save an occasional shot when a Indiscreetly rose to stretch himself On the seconds day the horse meat They crawled into the buffalo skeleton for refuge could not be eaten Suffering became intense and sending for help was ab solutely necessary else the command would perish Jack Stllwell a noted scout then a beardless youth in buck skin volunteered to go to Fort Wal I lace Old Pete Trudeau a frontiers j man said ho would go with him At midnight the pair crept out front the breastworks and were quickly lost sight of Stilwell decided that the best route to take would be by going directly ashore and over tho bluff nnd not to detour up or down the river or follow the ravines Into the Interior for he Judged that the Indians would guard these seemingly less perilous avenues feeling that no one would take a chance of escaping over the bluff Crawling on their stomachs and sometimes on their hands and knees three miles were covered before daWn They saw Indians on every hand The first stage of their long Journey I brought them to the top of the divide between thr Arlckarcc and South Re- pUblican i rivers There they concealed themselves for the day In a washout or head of a draw where the banks had been overgrown with tall grass and sunflowers From over the hill they could hear firing all day which told them that their comrades still held out Next night they crept away across the south fork of the Republican tho morning of the fourth day andI them on the prairie at the head Goose creek The Indians seemed to have been left behind and the boy and man decided now to travel also by day This piece of recklessness ly cost them their lives for nearI oclock In tho morning they dians coming toward them and they dropped Into the grass tho Indians had not FOrtunatelI but it was necessary to In looking for a place to conceal them selves on the open plains they ered some weeds growing dlscovI buffalo carcass Crawling to prospective shelter they found that the buffalo had been killed about a year before and that the skeleton was intact with little bits of little hanging to the ribs in places In a moment hey had crawled into the skeleton with Its almost unbearable stench The tenseness of their situation cou pled with the dangers at hand began to affect Trudeaus mind and he al most broke down completely lie wanted to shout shoot his revolver and leap out from their hiding place but Stilwcll persuaded him to remain quiet until dark when a refreshing drink of water revived him nnd they traveled on through the night The next day was foggy nnd they traveled by daylight without trouble Abou 11 oclock when almost utterly ex hausted they saw coming out of the haze of tho Denver wagon rond two soldiers bearing dispatches The cou Hers were on the way to Colonel Car penters command lying at Lake SIn ter about fifty miles from where Gen eral Forsyth was besieged Spurring their horses they made all haste to Colonel Carpenters camp and his force was quickly marched to General Forsyths relief 0The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company ldI B F BEARD DIRECTORS Pr siaentii Morris Eskridgc Capital 50040c W BeardMI II BEARD D S Richardson Cashier1 5OCto DlAlI Kincheloo SurplusPAUL C MITQN C V RobertsonahAssistant Cashier B F Board S1- r Pays 3 per cents on time depositsno more Three per cent is as much as n the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managedumbank can afford to payhetl efv Some Polled Durham Sales W R Moorman SOD of Glen deans Ky r port the following sales Messrs Gwultney Alosa Hick man Tenn one Polled Durham ball and eight heifers T M King flagon Va one polled Durham bull and two heifers U S Gardner JTobinsport Ind one ball Fred Stone Caneyvllle Ky one boll U D Dnnoan Russell vine Ky one Poland China boar Ester Shorshell Iitchtield one boar L Cox Lancaster Ky Farmers Homo Journal The Secret Of Longs Life A French scientist has discovered one secret of long life His method deals with the blood But long ago millions of Americans bad proved Electric Bit ters prolongs life and makes It worth living It purifiesenriches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve eels imparts life and tone to the entire sys tem Its a godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Cushing MeIbut Electric Bitters cured me entirely Only 50c at Sevtrs Drug Store WHEN WRITING News items to The News please sign your name and NOT A Friend Then we know the Information is from a reliable source Editor v i Dont Be Misled I The retail druggists of this country as a class are noted for their high standard of intelligence and honorable dealing but it is a well known fact that occasionally you will find one who will try to sell you something elso when you call for a remedy of established reputation Ho forgets that your health is more important than his pocketbookFor when you ask for Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great Kid ney Liver and Bladder Remedy dont let any druggist drug clerk or store I keeper persuade you into buying some thing else in its place Every time he succeeds in selling you a worthless sub stitute 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 everyone 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 this paper you will find a few of the letters prompted by feelings of heartfelt gratitude that are constantly coming to Dr Kilmer Company No one can doubt such sincere and honest testimony SwampRoot is prepared only by Dr Kilmer Co Laboratories Bingham ton N YDont experimentIf you need a medicine you should have the best Washington Once GavcJJp o three doctors wa kept in bed for five weeks Blood poison from a spiders bite caused large deep sores to cover his leg The doctors failed then Bucklens Arnica Salve completely cured me writes John Washington of Bofqueville Tex For eczema boils burns and piles its supreme 25c at Hovers Drug Store Quick Wit In the days when Rowley Hill was bishop of the Isle of Man one of hisI clergymen bearing the name of Tears came to say adieu to his bishop on getting preferment The parson said Goodby my lordI I hope we may meet again but if not here in some better place The bishop replied I fear the latter its unlikely as there are no Tears in heavenNo doubt wittily answered tho parson you are right that our chance of meeting is small as one reads of the plains of paradise but never of any Hills there Itching piles provoke profanity but profanitywont cure them Doans Ointment cures itching bleeding or protruding piles after years of suffering At any drug store Unexpected Bessie Yes he held me on his knee and I rested my head on his shoulder myIl ly weather for this time of year Philadelphia Ledger No man can produce great things who Is not thoroughly sincere with himself Lowell But Ft CURES INDIGESTIONnpd Levi All Distress From Stomach And Y Indigestion Vanishes In Fiveee orMinutesse Take your sour stomach or mayb nd you call it Indigestion Dyspepsia Gastritis ad or Catarrh of Stomach it matter take your stomach trouble right1rwith you to your Pharmacist and askthishim to open a 50cent case of Papes rper Dyspepsin and let you eat one 22 grangmor Iriangule and see If within five minutes there is left any trace of your stomach misery The correct name for your trouble is Food Fermentationfood souring the digestive organs become weakthere is lack of gastric juice your food is only halOligested and you become af fected with loss of appetite pressuro and fullness after eating vomiting nausea heartburn griping in bowels tenderness in the pit of stomach bad taste in mouth constipation pain in limbs sleeplessness belching of gas biliousness sick headache nervousness dizziness and manyother similar sym ptomsIf appetite is fickle and nothing tempts youor you belch gas of if you feel bloated after eating or your food lies like a lump oflead on your stomach you can make up your mind that at the bottom of all this there Is but one cause fermentation of undigested foodProve to yourself after your next meal that your stomach is as good as any that there is nothing really wrong Stop this fermentation and begin eating what you want without fear or discomfort r or misery Almost instant relief is waiting forbyou It is merely a matter of how soonillyou take a little Diapepsln Champagne CorksiiiThe manufacture of the best kindcaof corks those made for ehampagnotrbottles are never intrusted to ma st chines The ordinary common cork Is hi made by machinery but tho best work M Invariably Is done by human hands m and the champagne cork cannot bo trusted to a machine All the blemW isheswIVconSlderationhand labor Dr Miles AnU Pain Pills atop pain la just a few minutes Sold by druggists everywhere 25 doses 25c not sold In bulk ommErnrnDrnDErnErnEED IF YOU ARE A FARMER YOU NEED a The American Farm Review andIW r1 11 Digest of the AgrieullnratPiesst aa- It ac at contains the cream of everything published in every other farm paper + J countryn J been seeking EIItemployes the largest editorial force oyer organized by a farm paper Believing that the wideawake and up todate farmer will appreciate such a publication as Tho AMERICAN FARM REVIEW we have for the benefit of our readers contracted i with the publisher for a limited number of yearly subscriptions to The AMERICAN FARM l REVIEW to be offered in connection with a new or renewal subscription to this newspaper d I HEREIS OUR OFFER H itfE rj For sio0we will send the BreGkenridge News1 and J U The American Farm Review one yearaspV f w V V t fvi0 aSeod your orders to v ci The Breckenridge News In Cloverport r r Kentucky f M i i i DDDEDDElDDDEflflDflDflliTJI4DY II M IY NII i r 5 4 cj EDUCATIONAL COLUMN Bdited By County Supt Joel H Pile Hardlnsburg Ky o MAKING GOOD bert j borne Made Rapid Strides and js Now At School In Boiling Green A young man who was among tho umber that received appointments toe Bowling Green Normal and who de rves honorable mention is Albert L borne rFor several years Mr Osborne has inkde his home with Henry A Cannon t Madrid Ky Ever since ho was llever years of age he has made his j wy lu the world and when nineteen ie paid his father 50 and became a ree bo He stayed with Mr Cannon orked in spring and summer and went o school the remainder of the year He ia8 taught two schools one at Salem a ind the other at Pairfield He has no iad habits and with his energy and t jijjick Mr Osborne will make his mark Il ilt Cannon has been a great help to Ie his young man and If there were mores rnen like Mr Cannon there would beg more boys like Mr Osborne eoooSUCCESSFUL TEACHER q David C Walls In Speaking to Supt Pile about teach T ra the other day he rematked David busis a fellow the fchools ulwnys call back Frost the goo3 things Supt Pile went on to say about him Mr Walls popularity is not caused from the fact that he is a single mau but be cause he has excellent qualities and ris truly a gifted tncher He had a most f successful Hchool at Cuttr this year aud f has been asked to teach there next term r Mr Walls is the son of Master Corn missioner Lee Walla of li rdinsburg1 He has tudiedat Bowling Green and will enter upon another course at the 9 Normal at the c ose of the Hazeldell1 school near SampleIr i t r BLOCKADED t v i EVtry Household In Cloverportt l Should Know How ToRe sist It f The back aches because the kidneys s are blockaded Help the kidneys with their work The back will ache no more Lots of proof that Doans Kidney Pills do this Mrs W L Yates 919 Hall St t Owensboro Ky says I found in Doans Kidney Pills positive relief from 3t constant backache and an irregularity i of the kidney secretions Previous to dejectSethfelt tired all the time I was restless and nervous at night did not sleep well and I was subject to frequent headaches also At times experiencing dizzy spells When I read about Doans Kidney Pills they seemed to be just hat I wanted and I procured them IiThey strengthened my kidneys remov pd the backache and I am quite free from kidney complaint at the present I time E rsate by all dealers Price Scents p i FosterMilburn Co Buffalo r New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the nama Daans ahd take no othe- rKILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNoy FOR C8ZS TrisLBoilJl l FrttJ AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTROUBLE8 CIUAUXTHD BATX AOTOR II O XQNMTC BJCKUNBXD I 11- r We know of no other medicine which has been so suc cessful in relieving the suffering of women or secured so many genuine testimonials as has Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound- In almost every community you will find women who have been restored to health by Lydia E Pinjchams Veg etable Compound Almost every woman you meet has either been benefited by it or knows some one who has In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn Mass are flIes con taining over one million one hundred thousand letters from women seeking health in which many openly state over their own signatures that they have regained their health by taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has saved many women from surgicaloperations Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is made exclusively from roots and herbs and is perfectly harmless The reason why it is so successful is because it contains ingredients which act directly upon the female organism restoring it to healthy and normal activity Thousands of unsolicited and genuine testimonials such as the following prove the efficiency of this simple remedy Minneapolis lIinnII was a great sufferer from female troubles which caused a weakness and broken down condition of the system I read so much of what Lytlia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound had lone for other suffering women licIt sure it would help me and I must say it did hOllmo wonderfully Within three months I was a perfectly I want this letter mado public to show the benefits to bo derived from Lydia E Pinjcliqins Vegetable Compound Mrs JolmGMoldan ellG Second StNorth MiimcapolisMinn Women who are suffering from those distressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts or doubt the ability of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound to restore their health THE JIG SAW CRnZE Wearing Her Big Hat the Smart Girl Pours Tea BRIDES CARRY FLOWER MUFFS What the Gotham Shops Are Showing In Spring and Summer Dress Ma terialsMilady Now Wears a Watch on Her Gloved Finger My Dear Elsa Im worn to a fraz 1zld qver this Jig saw puzzle fad arent you Here in New York were absolutely going mad about the putting to gether of these picture puzzles And not only are our brains turned upside down with wondering whether a cer tain little jagged piece of wood fits In here r there or somewhere else but we are hounded on all sidles by friends who are making these puzzles for char ity to save all the colored covers of the magazines for them So high runs thcvcraze that a floor of one of the erstwhile fashionable old houses on Washington square north has be come a Jig saw factory boasting a staff of twenty or more workmen many pf whom ore art students at Codpcr institute and the league Yes my dear from the maid id tho kitchen to the master in the library WATCH WOBK OVKB UILADXS GLOVE weve all caught tho germ and it only remained for the man who invented the puzzle picture of different colored woods to delve us all to padded cells Well L made up my mind that ItIwas time something was doing to turn mho Jig saw tide And Ive done it sure enough by giving yesterday afterIj noon a tangram party A superabundance tpf jjgotlsrn Is not one of my glaring fauns I have been told but at this moment Im really gloating over my cleverness in reviving the cup rious mid Interesting pastime of dally ing with tangrams Is It a new variety of imported fruit No Miss Innocence but it is the fruit of a Chinamans brains Pho Tan who lived awhile ago say some 4000 years before we became inhabitants of this glorious countryI And to this oriental ancestor its de scendant the Jig saw owes much of its fame Unlike the present puzzle the tangram consists pf only sflvou pieces and these parts are all the same size Artistic values ate ipm pletely lost sight of In the struggle for entirety f ThA tnngrnm that I set before ray cuwti wnsjXh Ftousqfhat Jack 4y I vui i iii at t1 I the r v to malt as large us i house thru utainud It mutters nothi to tit nr lllcctR After the tmulgrnnns we had tea ant Elinor poured for me looking a hot brnndt study In n stunning big bind velvet hat charmingly trlinnied with bunches of silver raisins nothing else nnd the chitness of the timing beggar deKcrliifJoii You have rend of rtlmos every known variety of fruit flower and birds which have found their way Into the milliners hands but I reckon you didnt know that these artists had forsaken the garden timid the menagerie par7donsay that the raison dele of this 1is Paris anti that Elinor has Just come front the Vllle Lumlniere Why did she wear n lint while pour ing tea Simply and solely because Its the latest accompaniment to the 5 oclock It was a funny sight watching tho girls dodge that chapeau for those wishing a cup of the refresh- Ing beverage had to navigate around this cart wheel first to catch the eye of the wearer and then stand at a safe distance when receiving the brew for to disarrange that millinery creallou which had been poised and pinned at a fascinating anglean operation we all know takes this season many precious momentsIs possible by the lightest touch against the overshadow Ing brIm Fortunately there were no tempestS in our teacups Therap proach and tackles were splendid ly done But one can imifgine that at a crdsh affair such disasters can be averted only by the most careful en glneerlng of ones own hat and el bows And be it known that apolo gies afterward are no reparation for the catastrophe Elizabeth C who inquired most solicitously after you was wearing one of the smartest gowns of the after nodn an euplrc confection of taupe chiffon cloth that shone like heavy satin The embroideries on the skirt were exquisitely wqrkcd in taupe tones with silks wools and chenille Similar embroideries formed a bolero and the waist was confined by a folded band of black satin Her hat was large and flat and the crown was entirely of sa ble With an important looking black osprey standing out at ono side An other girl from Boston who came with Mrs Van S I thought was carrying n hand bound book after the manner of Bostonian highbrows who appear with literary equipments on all and every occasion but I suffered from an op tical delusion far the lady from the mud of beans was carrying a suede muff the newest sartorial accessory this side Of France And this muff reminds me that at one pf tho prettiest weddings of the Winter solemnized at St Barthplo mows thp blushing bride hid her trembling Ul hands Ina floral mutt of orchids with thousand of sprays of lily pf the valley banging on white satin ribbons like tails on the regula tion street mutt The effect was delicate and lovely The church was pack ed but thfcre is one thing to be said In favor of the machine turned newel t f c post nguro sans ch penal and that IR- a lot of them may be squeezed in at a function without the discomfort and the pushing and shoving or former years As Carolyn Wells says and by the wily dont you love lice hits at feminine foibles speaking of the modern datnosels silhouette So slim was slip that looking sideward to ward you scarcely saw anything And at n bridge the other night these lines of hers kept repeating them selves Her sleeves were such a nt And though at bridge she took a hand She stood she couldnt sit Which reminds me that a new wrin kle In sleeves Is to have chenille fringe meandering from shoulder to elbow so that when the arm Is lifted one gets quite a Mexican cowboy effect With the cowboy sleeves and the Robinson Crusoe fur turban all that Is needed to finish the wild west picture Is the Deadwood coach We dont indulge in conch holdups these days but on Broadway the other morning an ole phant escaped from the Hippodrome and afforded a good imitation of the olden days I I do wish you were here In town to go through the shops and see the dis play of advanced sprlug materials They are too lovely for words The silks and cachemire de sole a fabric we will see a great deal of the coming season are charming And French crape that wo all have admired from a distance on account of Its prohibitive price is now within reach of those of us who have been obliged to econo mize since the financial slump of last year The favorite designs In wash goods are in dotted effects both in printed and embroidered dots and disks and borders are still a smart finish Piq es and linens are both to figure largely In the summer ward robe says my dressmaker and many of the mostt expensive piques are in solid colors and in printed Persian pat ternsIn my journey through one of the most exclusive shops here in town I was delighted to see stunning designs in foulard among the showings I never could put through a summer comfortably without two or three of these little silk frocks and It was pleasant to find that we have returned to small figures and scroll patterns In two toned effects To quote a most courteous dork The colors that prom- Ise to lend for spring are wood rose wistaria cnlawba amethyst mulberry and dull rose There now Didnt I remember It all beautifully for your sweet sake But to gossip some more I met Mrs n at the lace counter and us she picked over the embroideries In her fussy fashion I noticed that she was wearing one of the new linger watches that are worn outside the glove on tho third finger of the left hand These timepieces are the tiniest things you ever sew and are mounted on plain gold finger bands You have vivid recollections of the Impishness of her small son John havent you Well last Sunday he was wriggling around In the family pew ris usual As you know our rector inn relic of the long winded school of theology and Johns patience reach ed time breaking point before the ser mon stopped So much to Ute amuse AN UMiiius VISITING GOWN ment and relief of the older members of the congregation this up to date kid sang out Oh I say cut it out old mane Lovely wasnt it Before I linIng this budget to an cud I must toll you how I enjoyed using at tho tea the sandwich plate and lem on dish you sent me for Christmas I like my plate of cut glass with rim of repousse saver so much better than the all silver ones And the dear lit tle silver legs it is mounted on theyre fascinating Then how do you imagine I ever got on without a special dish for slices of lemon Thank you again for theso gifts and believe me yours gratefully MABEL Boiled Dumplings If dumplings for bolllrigI are put in water one at a tlmo they are less apt to run together Worn OutIThats the way you feel about the luugs when you have n hacking cough Its foolishness to let it go on And trust to luck tp get over it1 when BallRrds- HoreholH1tl SyrupwllI stop the cough and heal the Iurg5 Price 25o sOc nndH flVOO per bottle Sold byAB Fisher p n fChartierJ f classXX Started January 4th By the end of the wek the entire wrote business letters at 75 WOKOS A MINUTE some touched 85 r WORD A MINUTE On time 7tu day they completed the text book and begin writing regular business letters in shorthand Isnt that u Ct record In 12 weeks they will be ready for a good position cost only I 40 28 weeks and 80 gives you u thorough flimsiness and Shcrthand education and when trained we GUARANTEE TO PLACE YOU IN A GOODrPOSIT-ION I We had 18 calls the first two weeks in January oa Rood fulaiies Write today for our New Special Offer If you wish toJJ1 secure u congenial position that will pay you a handsome salary ENJKOLL NOW and take the complete course atii Clarks 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Louisville MyAugustus E Wilson SPECIAL PRICEAND THE WALI ATLAS WITH THIS PAPER THE EVENING POST Six Months 250 12 Months 350 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORt KY Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business I If you drOlli my find just what you need in this department Jf yuu ur n rust ed ill any of the following proprieties Write us itt once for ow IHS name and address If none of these places suit von write us at o tee tolling us what you want and where you want Hitt let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business It you want cash for your property send price and description at once and lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of oimtilmg buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno D Babbage AvunuoSaiCSI A splendid business stand store 1750ta1 acres on UardlnsburK und house stock of goods good will etc r17 1ls of Sinking road 2 miles undAnnual1 Post office in connection which pays timer Tho ouk timber In Rood tie ilinbor about 120 r Three miles from Beech nimr been worked Timber an be Ltmowionorallroaa1 is a fine opportunity for a man with tobacco und fruit Iluiuy good wutur year a small capital to drqp right into a Rood round Terms one third cash buluuue In business For further particulars write cosy payments JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Kypon SALEA tarm containing oacreand andall under fencu A nice cottUKo at Live 3950l acres oh Ilnrdlnsburg road 9 miles t51 rooms two cisterns II walled collar with baruidwellingsniostblacksmttb190 acres under cultivation and pasture 22 vinyard of choicest grapes 00 acraa t1TIl lulandJ water the year balancewho tho while Rum litit lies near mCu good easy terms on II k 8t L It It price Is 3000 long audousy payments acres tiltUIlttU 114 miles from 600 Holt loins Gabellerco Ridge land druggistIlag1 30x48 feet 1 nevorfutltnK sprlup two pondsBud prosperous farmers This Is justIIItoott tobacco wheat and corn land SO stepacresbeech balance ciArcd lloiltY ot good trultInto goodAn etatasta practice physic good to retireGood road to StephonsportSH miles and reason for selling Kor further partic out road it to notgoadadtules This farm fix Is not Just wornIs the ulars Kv udurfess JNO U UAUUAGE Glover smallfarm for a man with a rumUyport I i1 PZ16 a44l34X 43f 1 = THE 11 I The most centrally located ard only firstclass hotel In the JcUylmiklnK Fifth Avenue 1300 rate Only one block from the principal two block from f theatresHOTELStreet cars pass tbetdoor to all i LouisvilleI i i I Ky Ot the city- Everything neat and clean uarraII PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr f J 3fiii 3li3liE4SrE9lijlill3li3VlY 3l 1 I 1Fa u y TP cL 1 u I J JRcsldenceof Mr C Hallock Antwerp Ohio 1 r I Ono of the Many Thousand Homes Where Pcruna J is a Popular Household Remedy i t OF THE HEAD i t tCATARRH writes II My daughter Alllc after tak is entirely cured of catarrh of the head of 1to 1twoyears standing Wo have used Poruna as a gonoral tonic as well as for catarrh and aro well pleased with it and recommend It to anybody who has catarrh j Anybody wishing any information can write to mo ft t Could TaRe No foodIII kept on using Peruna as I had J t dayMrI a j pains my amd Ave Philadelphia Pa writesstomaeli disappeared and they liavo On tho 10th of February 1001 I was never appeared since and It will bo tw taken with cramps that extended from years this July- Pcruna t Just below my throat to the bottom of my stomach Thoy were so severe that Relieved All Symptoms my wife had to go for a doctor about two Sir J 0 Orumpacker R B 1 KokomoJ oclock In tho morning Ind writes- II had from February until July of can say that I have nothing to com that year three doctors and they were plain of now I foal well rest well at giving mo medicine for kidney liver and night havo a good but moderato appo bladder troubles and after taking all tite can eat almost any kind of food Hnds of their mixtures in tho month of I havo no aches or pains anywhere July I could neither eat nor drink For and can do some kind of work every day three weeks I had not taken a morsel of I must say I can stand as much fatigue food except in a liquid form At the as I over could and feel good over It end of that timo I could not drink milkliTho homorrhage has yielded to Po or water except in small sips which runa tho grip has dono tho same as caused mo groat pain well as pains and aches of all kinds- I had given up all hope of livingTho roaring noise has entirely loft more than a week or two at most Imy ears and head my mind Is clear my told my wife I thoucht I had catarrh of recollection good my bowels are regu the stomach Sho seemed to think so lar and I just simply feel easy all over too and having road of Poruna 1 decid The cure of my case was surely a ed to give It a trial victoryI I took several doses that evening and ICatarrh of Long Standing for tho first time la weeks rested fairly Mr 0 A Retistrom riO Seventh St that night Ogden Utah writes I take groat s + 1i + 1 1 HARDINSBURG ITEMS I p M M + Mr and Mrs Win Hood were in Louisville Saturday shopping Deputy Sheriff Finley Miller left for Lexington Friday with Frank Will lams the sixteen year old boy who was sentenced to one year in the penetentiary for breaking into andl robbing a Cloverport store The sentence was changed from the pene tentiary to a term in the State Re form SchoolsDr and Mrs Arthur Mather are Y guests of Hon and Mrs D C Moor man of Glendeane this week where Dr Mather is assisting the Rev t Peake in a meeting thpe ti Miss Evelyn Beard who has been i Louisville visiting for several weeks L will remain this spring pursuing some special studies General and Mrs D R Murray were 1visitingin Glendeane Sunday Mrs Wade Pile of Mock arrived Saturday for a ten days visit here and to relatives at Sample and Frymlre Marriage licenses last week l Chas W White Myrtle Whorley Henry B Mays Loma S Kennedy Taylor Dowell May Wood Willia Hobbs Barbara Nickelson Miss Tula C Daniel has returned from St Louis where she has spent most of the winter Misses Martha and Isabel Gardner returned Saturday from a visit of several weeks to Mrs Estelle Sutton of Jrescnt Hill i jMrsClayton Beard was called Sat- urdayr to the bedside of her sister t Mrs Geo Hayes of Henderson Rev Cyrin Thomas left last week VI + for Mud Lavia Springs Indiana where he is undergoing treatment for rheu maiis Ill Rev John Francis Knue of McQuady is tilling his place at St Romuolds while the treatment con tinues Last week Thos Sheeran and I brothers of McQuady sold ten acres o- i land to Rev John F Knue An ele I I I villInext year work upon the foundation of which will begin this week i I parsonage and other buildings will be erected The situation is a beautifulI one being opposite the grove and just beyond the public school building as seen from the railroad Rev Knue thne one for such an undertaking Judge Moorman was in Louisville a few days last week New lights painting and a re arrangement of some departments and the addition of others have mad great improvement in the appearance of B F Beard C Cos store Mr and MIS Joe Bailey and little son of Louisville were guests of Mr and Mrs H J Roberts Saturday and arme now visiting relatives in the vicinity of Mattingly Dr A M Kincheloes friends were uneasy about him last veek For several days he was confined to hi bed with bronchitis and it seeme that he who has made so many well was upon the verge of a serious illness himself He Is able to be out now Finley Miller deputy sheriff left Monday night for Eddyvllle with John Henry Clark who is to serve a life P FIELD SEEDS FOR SALE r Northern White Oats Mixed Seed Oats Corn Timothy and Clover Hay Coal and Brick at Depot Hardinsburg Ky t HESTON VtfHITWORTH CO AX ttIf I pleasure In stating to you that your medicine Poruna has completely cured mo of longstanding caso of catarrh I had consulted noted doctors with out any relief By persistent urging of a friend I commenced the uso of your wonderful Poruna with tho best of results and today I highly recommend it to any one suffprlng from catarrh in any form As for myself I suffered untold agony but today I feel as spry as any one with more ambition and confidence in myself than I havo enjoyed for yearsAll my friends say I look hotter than over before and 1 urge them all to try Pernna and have sold dozens of bottles with tho greatest of satisfaction Your Poruna Is tho greatest tonlo and builder for a brokendown constitu tion arising from that dreadful disease catarrh Some people prefer to tako tablets rather than to tako medicine In a fluid form Such people can obtain Pcnunn tablets which represent the medicinal Ingredients of Peruna Each tablet la equivalent to an average doso of Peruaa sentence for the murder of John A Coke committed in March 1900 Obe Lewis colored who was under bond for appearance at this court failed to be on hands He was ar rested in Fayette county and deliver ed here on Monday night and placed in jail Hamlet had melancholy probably caused by an inactive liver l rf akes one cross and irritable causes mental and resultfdisastrouslyII Balliirds Herbine is acknowledged to be the perfect liver regulator If youre blue and outof sortsget a bottle to day headacheAConstipation Chills and Fever nnd tall liver Complaints Sold by A R Fisher RAYMOND Mrs Blant Westof Stony Point visited her daughter Mrs Dan Condor a few days ago Mrs Eliza Jones of Louisville has been visiting Mrs J E Mercer- A new girl baby arrived at the home ThursdayeG T Basham erected a fine Red Granite monument at the grave of his wife last week He brought the stone from Mt Vernon Ill Miss Bottle Mercer of Louisville iis visiting Miss Mary Mercer Soldier Balks Death Plot It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot ex troubledand the grave to cause his death I contracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me in spite of all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Rings New Discovery wbich restored my health completely I now weigh 178 pounds For severe Colds obstinate Coughs Hemorrhages Asthma and to prevent Pueunonia its unrivaled SOc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co- Building I A Home Mr and Mrsj Chus Moorman Jr are building a very beautiful home in Versailles fl A fit wJO ft T A Dean the You Have Always Bwight Elgsaiwe aI I f rI- I GARFIELD Woodr Dowel 1 Wedding t Very Newsy Letter About Folks You Know Mr Taylor Dowell and lItss taye Wood of this place were quietly married at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Dpwcll Thursday night Mr Boofe Gllpenvof Ouster was In town Saturday Mrs V W Smith and Miss Mary Leigh Gregory visited Mrs Tobe Brown of near Custer Saturday andI Sunday night Brother Shacklef spent Saturday night with the Brown brothers near Custer Martha and Mary Ann Harned were the guest of Mrs Retus Lyons Thurs day evening- V Wv Smith was In Harned Satur day to see Mrs Henry Davis George Harned son and grandson of Custer visited his song Dr flamed Mr Raymond Qowell and MIss Judith Walls of Hardlnsburg and CC Brock A M Wood and Nathan Dow ell of flamed attended the wedding Thursday night Mr Io B Richardson anti little son Morris Benton were in Hardlnsburg Thursday Miss Lucy Kennedy visited her sister Mrs Jesse Bruner Saturday Mrs Byron Johnson Is quite 111at this w itinrl Mrs William Stinnett and little daughter Mattie left Sunday for Maceo where she will gist her daugh ter Mrs Harvie Triplett and little sons Fred Franklin and Howard are visit lug her mother Mrs Charlie Mat tinglyMr and Mrs Paul Compton of Hardinsburg spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs I B Richardson t Lewjs Algood returned home from Oklahoma Saturday night Mr and Mrs Tom Gregory spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs V W SmithRaymond Dowell of Hardlnsburg spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs W T Dowell Mr and Mrs Taylor Dowell Jr spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Davis Dowell Mr Houston Legrand and family were the guests of Mrs Davis Dowell SundayMr Sipes of Bewley ville was in Garfield to church Six Nights 60 as You Please Race How many tired fathers nnd mothers nightcwhit the matter is Chances are the child is starvingworms are eating all of it food Most children have worms yours neednt Whites ream Vermi fuge will get rid of the worms and strengthen the child Price 25 cents per bottle Sold by A R Fisher HENDERSON ROUTE WILL GET BUSY SOON The Henderson Route bas planned ex tensive improvements between Hender son and Louisville The head engineer has been at work on observations and estimates of the cost of substituting cement work wbere wood is now in use for bridges culverts etc The cost will be about what the roads ofEcialshad in mind when they sa4geeted the im provement but tbere ta not the least intention to falter On the contrary it will need only settled weather such as best suited for the concrete wbrk and then gangs will be put at work An expenditure of at least 50000 or 00000 will be made this season along the line of improvement alone The ballasting of the road is another matter which is not being overlooked and which will receive attention as soon as the rock crusher can be gotten in action Business along the road is good just at present both in freight aud passenger lines and it is business which yields good revenuesHenderson Journal Do the right tjiing if you have lNasal Catarrh Get Elys Cream Balm at once Dont touch the catarrh powders and snuffs for they contain cocaine Elys Cream Balm releases the secretions that inflame the nasal passages and the throat whereas medicines made with mercury merely dry up the secretions and leaves you no better than you were In a word Elys Cream Balm Is a real remedy not a delusion All druggists 50 cents or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York MRS HOFFIOUS BETTERo Mrs 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