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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a u- r fa a 1 pis 0 THE BREOKENRIDGENEWS I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT Li1 VOL XXXIII t CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 3 1909 8 Pales NU 34 l r Contents of This Weeks News Ir Hardinsburg Items x Irvlnpton Personals 4J Gentleman from Mississippi Buffalo Bill Stories IiIivaluable Paragraphs Advertisements Say About The News 1 Personal aud Local Death Accounts 1StephensportNewsI Court Notes g NoticesI IWddl Itemsi a i Prize offered in Educational Columnb Custer News Inauguration of Mr Taft Inaugurations from Washington to Lincoln Farmers Institute Squabble Baptist Revival Society Notes t I I WELL DESERVED I The Praise that Comes From t Thankful Cloverport People One f Kidney remedy never fails Coverport people rely upon it That remedy is Doans Kidney Pills Cloverport testimopy proves it always I reliableJ Weatherholt High St Cloverll port Ky says Two years ago not think ii possible that I could ever be well again in fact I had settled up my f affairs I cannot describe the misery I endured from pains through my back and whenever I stooped they became so sharp that it really felt as if someone were thrusting a knife into ray kidneys I was often very dizzy dark spots float ed before iny eyes and I had to grasp something to keep from falling My joints became swollen to twice their natural size and I lost weight rapidly until I was a skeleton The doctors medicines or the many guaranteed cures that I tried did nol help me and finally it was my good fortune to hear about Doans Kidney Pills I immediately I procured a box at Fishers drug store and I was greatly surprised at the re c suits received Before I had taken the contents of the second box there was a marked improvement and I continued using them until completely cured I am now as well as any man in this county and I give Doans Kidney Pills the credit For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesiRemember the name Djans and take no other J KILLED BY DOGS jf Twentytwo Rue Angora Goats Meet Death on Oglesbys Farm Near Town Friday WAS A BIG LOSS TO OWNER Friday a herd of goats Were run downJI J by several yicious dogs on the farm of J Mr Ed Oglesby Twentytwo goats I were killed and others injured The loss was exceedingly great for the goats were quite valuable to have on the fatmII for the purpose of cleaning underbrush i In several states farmers keep a herd of goats to clean their fields and it is I I found they do a good job at moderate cost However the animals have been I a big Ions to Mr Oglesby He thought I the goats would fight and protect themselves but he learned differently Friday I IIt Saved His Leg All thought Id lose my legIt writes I J A Swenson Wn ertown WfsI Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me ups Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it wand and well Infallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sow Burns Scalds Cuts and PiUs 25ca Severs Drug Store tJ o Srti HARDINSBURG The Rev English Delivered his Farewell Sermon To a Large Audience at the County Capital Sunday Night MUCH ILLNESS IN TilE TOWN Miss Beulah Rowland an appointee- to the Western State Normal left for Bowling Green Monday Kev E B English preached his fare well sermon to a crowded house Sunday night No other services were held in town thus giving to all church goers an opportunity to hear from one respected and loved br all the last sermon after four years pastorate undue city Rev and Mrs English do not move to Owens oro until the last of March though his work begins there the second Sunday Dr McMullin has bought of Roy E Moorman the brick corner now occupied as a store house by H J Roberts Con sideration 600 Dr McMullin will make some improvements and alter ations but does not yet give out to what use the building will be put It is one of the most desirable locations in town Miss Verbel McMtllin left Monday for Hendersou after closing her work Friday in the Public School She is successful teacher a hard worker and is thoroughly acquainted with the work of a graded school Her departure from Hardinsburg is attended by much re gretAfter a trial of n weeks duration in which the testimony in the J H Glass cock suit vs the Louisville Tobaccoo Warehouse Company was all given Judgs Chelf became too ill to remain in court As he was unable to give in structions to the jury court was adjourn ed at noon Friday without anything being effected in the trial It will be gone over again at the May term Charley Durham returned Sunday from a visit of several days to friends iinI Tell City Tom Moore spent Sunday in Louis ville Mrs J E Wright of Louisville iis here visiting her father Judge N Me MercerMiss Maggie Baker of Centertown stopped pver hero Saturday on her wuy to Louisville and spent the day withI Miss Lelia McGary Mrs Morris Beard is in Louisville Thos Miller grader at the warehouse here finished his work last week und returned to his home after about sixty days of most satisfactory work The colored school closed last week with a creditable entertainment on Sat urday night Both the teachers leave this week for the State Colored S hoolI at Frankfort where they will remains veral months Judge Board and Hon G W Beard I two of our oldest citizens are unable to be out being it is thought only tempo arily indisposed MISERY IN STOMACH And Indigestion Vanishes In Five Minutes and You Feel Fine Why not start nowtodayond for ever rid yourself of Stomach trouble and indigestion A dieted stomach gets the blues and grumbles Give it agoodeat then take Papas Diupepsin to start th digestive juices working There will be no dyspepsia or belching of gas or eruc tations of undigested foou no feeling like a lump of lead in the stomach or heartburn sick headache and Dizziness and your food will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors Papes Dinpepsin only costs 50 cents for a large case at any drug store here I and will relieve the most obstinate cars of Indigestion and upset Stomach in fiveI minutesThere is nothing else better to take Gas from Stomach and cleanse the II stomach and intestines aud besides one triangule will digest and prepare for assimilation into the blood all your food mach1woulrests gets itself m order cleans up and then you feel like eating when you come to the table and what yon eat will1 do you good- Absolute relief from all Stoma Misery is waiting for you as soon as you decide to begin taking Diapepsit4 Telll your druggist that you want Ptpes DiaI pepsin because you want to be thoroughly v cured of Indigestion D r FARMERSINSTITUTE More Politics Than Farm Talk At Elizabethtown Meeting A Political Wrangle FARMERS LEAVE DISGUSTED From Evening Post Elizabeth town Ky Feb 26At yesterdays session of the Kentucky Farmers In stitute H M Beard of Breckenridge county was chosen a member of the State Board of Agriculture from t the Second Appellate district to succeed W R Moorman The election of Mr Beard however was not accomplish d without a long wrangle the Democrats contending that the dele gates to the Second District Conven tion which met earlier in the day were not legally elected and the Re publicans claiming the contrary There was also some trouble in the Seventh Appellate District Conven tion where Frank Blackburn Repub lican of Powell county was elected to succeed J J C Mayo These fights which started In the district conventions were carried to the floor of the big meeting and when Lucien Beckner presented the repor of the Committee on Credentials he Seca retary ewman of the State Fair Board who claimed that none of the delegates to the institute of delegates had been properly elected A lon squabble followed and Roy Wilhoit C M Barnett and Commissioner Rankin attacked the stand of former Senator Newman The charge was then made that letters had been sent out from the office of the Commissioner of Agriculture urging the attendance of delegates to vote against Moorman but the Commissioner replied that if such a thing had been done he knew nothing about it After long debate however the report of the Committee on Credentials was adopted the Democrats refusing tovoteLast night the members of the State Board of Agriculture met and re elected J W Newman Secretary of the State Fair by acclamation The following officers were electe by the Institute C M Barnett vice president and P M Shy secretary Later at the night session ad dresses on important topics wer made by Cicero Barnett Ben L Bruner and Roy Wilholt secretary of the Railroad Commission Many of the farmers left during the political squabble yesterday declaring they were disgusted with a action of some of the delegates an saying that the affairs of the farmers had not received nearly so much at tentlonas the matter of politics The majority of them blame the Demo oats for attempting to introduce th political matters In the meeting N Wormology should be studied by every parent If your child is nervous fretful starts in Its sleep is pasty taced gas rings under its eyes always h oma hungry Is net gaining weight you can be sure the trouble is worms Whites Crea Vrrinifugtt is an absolute cure tor worms Is its own pnrgative Bold by A R Fisher MEMORIANe In last weeks issue of the Ne 8 reo ference was made to the funeral service of Mrs Elizabeth Wilkerson in this city detailed facts not being then ob tamable Elizabeth Fisher Wilnerson widow of the late Judge John S Wilker 1son aria youngest daughter of John and Agnes Fisher was horn July 4th 1827 at the old FVher homestead near this cityand fell asleep in Jesus Friday February 12th1909 at the residence of her daughter Mrs David Stancliff iin Booklyn N Y Born on an anniversary our national independence day and IIof anntversaryiher life thus was srictly identified with the patriotism of the nation About setfentyrfive years of her life was spent in Cloverport In her you up wimatibood two years was spent i Louisville while the last five years o Bookhe one Sixtyfive Ylar ago Mrs Wilker son united with the Cloverport Baptistt church where her membership remain ed until her death c A consistent Christian a loyal citizen t 1 c b REVIVALSERVICES The IRev Jenkins State Evange list Assisting Rev Lewis in The Baptist Revival in Progress Here EVERYBODY INVITED TO ATTEND Sunday the Rev James Lewis had the pleasure of Introducing to his congregation the Rev J P Jenkins who will assist him In the Baptist re vival Rev Jenkins is one of thejStote Evangelists and has won the corm deuce of all those who have heard his discourses His sermons are sincere and his address is engaging Services are held dally at 230 p m and every evening at 730 Sunday afternoon Rev Jenkins will deliver an address not a sermon to men and boys only His theme for this occasion is influence He will ap 1 preciate a large attendance of the men of this city and surrounding communityMr t Mrs Thos Tousey havet1 thrown open the doors of their hospitable home to Rev Jenkins and he thetI close of the revival a kind neighbor and a devotedly loving I mother she lived to see all of her children useful and prosperous citizens 1 hegr armour and entered into sweet rest fully resigned to the will of the great Father her last admonition to her children being to love one another Funeralservices were held at herI daughters home in Brooklyn Sunday Feb 14th conducted by the Rev Walter S Rounds of the Third Chris tian church who spoke feelingly of the beautiful motherhood of the deceased as well as of her confident hope in the Christian life Two beautiful duets were sweetly rendered by Mrs Weeks and Mr Bowes of St Marks Methodist Episcopal church after which the re mains accompanied by two sons andI two daughters were taken over the Pennsylvania R R to Cloverport via Louisville where they were met by another son daughter and grand daugh Newsdfull mention was made of the baauiiful1 and touching services in the Clover port Baptist church and at the grave anethe chinch choir The body was laid to rest beside that of her late husband iiu the Cloverpoit Cemetery Airs Wilkerson leases three sons Johand three dnughters MrsChas G Warfield of Meridian Mina Mrs Etta Evans and Mrs David Stancliff of New York also five grandchildren througeh the News their grateful and heartfelt thanks to the many fneuds and relatives in Clovorport rind vicinity for thou r great sympathy aud loving service EO beautifully and touchingly tendered Harsh physics react waaken the bowels cause chronic constipation tonme the stomach care constipation 250 Ask your druggist for them MR VAUGHN State Sunday School Worker Will Deliver An Address At WebsterEverybody Invited An interesting visitor to Breckenridge county will be Mr W J Vaughn who will address Sunday School workers at Webster Sunday March 7 Mr Vaughn will speak at 23Y oclock and all persons in the count are Invited to Webster next Sunday to hear him He has done much Sunday School work in the state especially iin the mountains I Race Suicide Is not nearly the menace to increase in infantne fare Eight out of ten of these deaths are directly or indirectly caused by bowel troubles MoUees Baby Elixir dares diarrnoeu dyaentaiy sour atom ooh and aU Infant ailments of this nature Just the thing for teethingt I babies Price 2Co and 50o per bottler Sold by A R Fisher J li 1oY4La f a s B4KJN6POWDF Makes delicious hot biscuit griddle cakes rolls and muffins The only Baking Powder Made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar t STEPHENSPORT I IV Rev W P Gordon of Owensboro is holding MEMrs Zerilda Brodie of Chenault was the guest of Mrs Pike Conn a few days last weekIQuarterly meeting convened at this place Saturday and Sunday Mrs Clayton Crosson of Madlsonville two is the guest of Mrs J W French James Biggs of Louisville was in town Saturday Come out to church to right bring Ida some one with you soJohnpassed through town last week with tlJtheIeDexterinJuneuncle Barney Frymire last weeksoMisses Carrie and Mary Walls have returned to their home in Hardinsburg after spending two weeks with friends at ChenaultLIStonewall Brashear of Frymiro wasth the guest of Mr and Mrs Barney Fry all mire last weekTMr Frymire has been SillDont forget to tell your neighbors to come out to church Dont Be Misled The retail druggists of this country as a class are noted for their high standard of intelligence and honorable dealing but it is n well known fact that witd1 you you call for a remedy of established youhealths pocketbook For example when you ask for Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great Kidney Liver and bladder Remedy dont let any druggist drug clerk or storekeeper 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 yourM health v For many years we have watched with much interest the remarkable record maintained by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot From the very beginn as ing the proprietors had so much confi dence in it that they invited every on 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 troubles On another page of this paper you will find a few of the letters prompted by feelings of heartfelt gratitude thatsc are constantly coming to Dr Kilmer Company No one can doubt such sincere and honest testimony IISwampRoot dlKilmerton N YDont experiment If yo need a medicine you should have th best GARFIELD D T Penick was in town Saturday fraYBen Vandegraf son is ill at this writing Mrs V W Smith and Miss Mar Leigh Gregory were the guests o Mrs E C Harned Wednesday afternoon Miss Maggie Horsley left Sunda night for Earned where she willa enter schooltlV W Smith and wife spent Saturp day with Mr andMrs M P Compton Mr and Mrs Houston Springate of Ouster came to Garfield Saturday on their way to Louisville where the were called to the bedside of theirrare little grandson Lee CarltonI r Misses Maggie and Olevia Horsley the guests of Mrs Harry Ken nedy Saturday evening Edgar the little son of Mr and Truman Meadow Is very ill with LaGrlppe D H Smith was in Hardlnsburjf on business Please do not forget our Missionary Society next Wednesday evening at oclock Near Death In Big Pond it wai u thrilling experience to Mrav Soper to face deatuIItor years a Inng trouble gave me intense suffering she wiius ana several nearly caused my death All failed and doctors said I was curable Then Dr Kings New Dis covery brought quick relief and a care permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve year Mrs Hoper lives in Big Pond Pa It works wonders in coughs and colds Sore Hemorrhages LaGrrippe As Croup WhoopIng Cough and Bronchial uffections 60c and 100 bottle free Guaranteed by Drug Co IRVINGTON ITEMS Mrs Sue Simmons of Brandenburg arrived Sunday to be the guest of her sister Mrs Henry Neafus Mrs Ollie Bolton of Glendeane who has been visiting Mrs Walker Brown has returned home Among the little folks on the sick list HeronrVirginia Head Eliza Piggott Eva May Chapin Mary Aliene Claycomp Edwin Alexander and Jack Board Edd Alexander left Monday on a business trip East to buy his Spring stock of goods Mr and Mrs Tony King of Holt were in town Sunday visiting Mr and James King On Wednesday afternoon Feb 24 the Social Club spent a most enjoyable afternoon at the home of Mrs Lydia A Jolly with Mrs Edwin H Jolly acting hostess The house was decorated- in pretty plants and flowers which adds fouretables of 42 and the highest number of points were given to Miss Annie Leo Bandy An elegant three course luncheon was served concluding a delightful time thoroughly enjoyed by the guests present Mrs Matt Payne opened a spring on Monday with a good attend anceA little girl arrived at the home of and Mrs Tom Lyddans on Tues Feb 23 weeksu ofeMrs Mack Avitt returned homo Prl dayTho public school with Miss Carl Whlttinghill as principal and Mr Percy Macy as assistant was brought to a close on last Friday afternoon after a MissmWhittinghill and Mr Macy are two of the countrys best and most successful teachers SlayerfA merciless murderer is Appendicitis with many victims But Dr Kings preventionyThey bowels preventing that clogging invites appendicitis curing Constl Biliousness Chills Malaria Headache and Indigestion 25c at Severs Drug Store Mrs Ollie Tousey andTlittle bablMI the guests of Mr and Mrs Thos t q V r A r 0i f lJti0iiJc 10pC10L 0M- 1 Q WILL OPEN QQ Q 0 i int 0 MARCH 3 1909 Mr MrOS IfatGlendeane Ky jj I t o a new complete and uptodatestock n of goods consisting of Y 4 r ii U II Ladies and Gents FURNISHINGSo- r F Ft and everything that goes to make up U a firstclass stock of goods These n s PIPIgQods are all new and were bought cash and everybody knowsnS n that money talks when it comes toUS IIjIoI to every i n Glendeane and vicinity to trade with U Vin 1 1usyouknow us and we mean to 0 whoQQ every man woman and child U deals with us a square deal Our 0 prices will be the same to all and that Ejpriceo always the lowest We want n produce and we want you to U rw s 1myour to see us Yours for businesso ttA J MOORE HUNTER EJII 101 JHQlII 101 IJII 101 JI Iti a 211 101 Jill 101 1111 101 JI WHEAT FLOUR p U CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD o 0 rn4 IiIiU S GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT buyrEgo- e H 385 In e Beof Sirloin 410 Mutton leg 445 Milk 1030 n Pork loin 1035 Breakfast foods 1117 0Cheese 1185 0 S Butter 13G5 Rico 2025 I Potatoes 205C Bt ans dried 3040 WHEAT FLOUR 6540 ENERGY MUSCLE AND STRENGTHGIVING QUALITIES I liiiOne pound of flour costing 3 coals will go as fur 18njj c U two pounds of meat costing 15c to 20c per pound UII t o In flour that is bleached strengtn is sacrificed for color o Ask your grocer for LEWTSPORT BEST flour II and you will get tho best Hour II A Q FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING GROCERS ID1 LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY ID1 LEWISPORT KY n 211 tOOLfo1ci 101 IIcCCr II- II The Carlsbad of America i T r I French Lick and West Baden Springs Ind Iba reached by direct line of INow theI 4 IISouthern Railway I aLeave Evansville 7 20 am 2 20 pm itIAla tlIIrr I II Tell City 7 25 am 2 22 pmIIC Troy 7 35 ame2 32 it 11WjDaily Except Sunday II ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS III miEVal1sville to French Lfck3 16 To West Baden3 20 fl RockportIt It 2 52II 2156 CanneltonIC 2 72 I Tet City II 2 60 2164 Troyn 2 41II 248 I t Iniji i d i i J C Beam Jr A G P A St Louis Mo miWHit i Wt iyaaiwiq I A GentlemanII From Mississippi By THOMAS A WISE NercIlzcd From the Play by FredcrlcK R Toomkr COPYRIGHT 1000 BY THOMAS WISE II CHAPTER VIII now SENATOU LANODON GETS A SEGUE TAHY ANGDON leaned over and solzed the arm of his interviewer See here young man why arent you in politics he said Too busy senator replied Flames Besides I like the newspaper game Game queried Langdon Oh I use the word in a general sense senator replied Halnes Pret ty much everything Is a game socie ty politics newspaper work business of every sort Men and women make moves to meet tho moves of other mon und women Why even In religion tho way some people play a Tho speaker was Interrupted by the appearance of Hopo Georgia who was searching for her father Stay hero and listen to what a hard task your old father has got said tho Mississippian to his daughter whom ho presented to names with a pictur esquo flourish reminiscent of the pride and chivalry of the old south He has tho idea that those New Yorkers who read his paper would actually lllco to know something about me Hope Georgia stole many glances at the reporter as ho talked with her fa therelIo made n deep Impression on her young mind She had spent almost all her life on the plantation her fa ther providing her with a private tu tor instead of sending her to boarding school where her elder sister had been educated Owing to the death of her mother tho planter had desired to keep I Hope Georgia at home for companion ship This good looking clean cut j well built young man who was taking I so big and so active a part of thcc worlds work brought to her the at mosphere that her spirit craved He gave ono an impression of ability of earnestness of sincerity and she was glad that her father approved of him Hopo Georgia by the same token I did not escape the attention of the In terviewer Her appealing charm of face and figure was accentuated by her daintiness and n fleeting sugges tion of naivete In poise and expression when she was amused Ills first glance revealed to Haines that her eyes were gray the gray that people say Indicates the possessor to have those priceless qualitiesthe qualities that make the sweetest women true that make the maidens eyes In truth the windows of her soul the qualities that make women womanly She sat close to her father her hand his listening Intently to the unfold lug of n story of what to her was a mysterious world the mans world tile strong mans world which many woman would give her all to enter and play a part therein What else have you against a po Itlcal career Mr blues went on the senator taking up their conver ration well my age for one thing I liavcnt any gray hairs Langdon waved this objection aside I might arrange to pool ages with you Sometimes I think we want youngmen In politics like you The reporter sliook his head Old ln ago and young in politics ike you Senator Langdon he replied Politics I sometimes think Is pure hypocrisy and sometimes something worse A man gets disgusted with the rlckcry and dishonesty nnd corrup lon Then drawled Langdon the thing to do Is to Jump in nnd stop It I rend In the newspapers a great deal bout corruption The gentlemen In national politics whom I have had the honor of knowing Senator Moseley in Intimate friend of thirty years my present colleague Senator Stevens al1l1JJ ithers have been ns honest as the day Is long NOIvemberI they laughed afraid Ive taken too much of your time and I seem to have talked a lotI ancaon was aicusei Does look like Id been interviewing you I reckon each one of us has got 0 pretty good notion of what the other mans like I wanted It that way nnd It like you Mr Haines Ive got a prop sltion to make to you They tell me Ill need n secretary Now I think I need Just such a young man as you I Jont know Just exactly what the work would be or what the financial ar rangements should be but I think you md I would make a pretty good team- IL wish youd come He turned to his daughter with a smile What do you think of that Hope Qeorgla Isnt your dad right Smiling her approval tho young girl squeezed her fathers hand in her en thusiasm I think Its a splendid Idea dad Just great I Wont you come Mr Halnes WeehII know my fa ther would like to have you As he stood before his two new found friends for such Haines now considered the Misslsslplan and his daughter he could not suppress feel Ings of surprise tinged with uncertainty He had like other newspaper men received offers of employment fromI politicians who desired to Increase their Influence with tho press Some times the Bttlary offered had been largo tt- rY 1 J Jt ti tTfJJrl Wont yon come Mr Rained the woric so light that the reporter could earn the money and yet retain his newspaper position a scantily dis guised species of bribery which had wrecked the careers of several promis ing young reporters well known to Haines young men who had been thus led Into selling their columns by unscrupulous machine dictators Haines know that tho Mississippian had no ulterior purpose to serve In his offer yet he must have tlmo to think over the proposal- I thank you senator ho finally said I appreciate the opportunity coming from you but Ive never thought of giving up tho newspaper profession Its a fascinating career that I am too fond of to leave Langdon started to reply when a de lightfully modulated southern voice Interrupted Father Ive been out with Mrs Spangler to look for somo other rooms dont like this hotel nnd I found some that I do like flames turned to see a handsomely gowned young woman who had the stamp of a patricians daughter In her bearing and her countenance bru nette with delicate features though determination shone In her eyes and appeared In the self contained poise of her head Sho was the Imperious type of beauty and suggested to Haines the dry point etchings of Paul Hclleu He instinctively conceived her to be In tensely ambitious and of this Maine was soon to have unexpected evidence Gazing at her with a sense of a grow ing admiration Haines gave an Invol untary start as Senator Langdon spokeMy daughter Miss Carolina Lang don Mr Haines said the senator Carolina was Interested Are you the newspaper man who Is Interviewing father 1 hope youll do- a nice one We want him to be a successful and popular senator Wed like to help him if we could The correspondent bowed I should say you certainly help him to be a popular senator h declared emphatically falling to notice that Hope Georgia was somewhat an noyed at the enthusiasm displayed over her elder sister In tact Hopo Georgia was suffering n partial If not total eclipseIm leaving It to Mr Haines to put- down time things I ought to say broko In the senator He knows Yes he knows everything about Washington Carolina exclaimed Hope Georgia spiritedly The older girl spoke eagerly I wish youd interview me Mr Haines Ask me how I like Washington I feel as though I must tell somo one Just how much I do like itl It Is too wonderful Id like mighty well to Interview you Miss Langdon enthusiastically exclaimed Haines I hope you will some time Mr Haines remarked Carolina as she said goodbyWatching her as she turned away HaInes saw her extend a warm greet 1 hope youll do a nice one Ing to Congressman Charles Norton who had advanced toward the group Strange how tho Langdons treat him as a friend Ultimate one too ho thought What If they should learn of Nortons questionable operations at the capitol of his connection with two unsavory deals one of which resulted In an amendment of the pure foed law so that manufacturers of a value less consumption cure could continue to mislead tho victims of the white plague Norton who had uttered an epigram now celebrated In the tap rooms at Washington The paths of glory lead but to time graft Miss Langdon Is very beautiful and attractive sir said Haines resum with the senator Yes drawled the Mlsalsslpplan Girls In the south generally are Well 1 must bo going Ill think about your secretaryship Senator i ijangaon rernnps i can non someone Wish youd think about It for you self obsereC the senator while nopq Georgia again nodded approval would be a hard Job There aro so many matters of political detail about which I am sadly inexperienced that really most of the work would fall on the secretary Bud Haines paused Again ho thoug over Lnngdons offer Its genuineness appealed to him Suddenly there da ed on him an Idea of Just what it might mean to be associated with this honest old citizen who had asked for his hqlp who needed It as Hnlncs knew only too well He would bo the senators guide and confldant his ad visor In big matters Why ho would practically be United States senator himself He knew the Inside few others In Washington Here was a chance to match his wit against that of Peabody tho boss of the senate chance to spoil some of the dishonest schemes of those who were adroitly playing the game Ho could bother too the intriguing mdmbcrs of th 0 third house as tho lobbyists ar called He could direct a llghtnlu- bolt Into the camp of Andy Corrigan who claimed the honor of being speaker of the third house These thoughts crowded Into his mind Then too he would become practically a member of the Langdon family and have association with tho two charming daughters with Carolina Lang donIt would be a great chance he murmured half aloud next thing to being n senator Tho old Mississippian heard the young mans words- I reckon It would he drawled In agreementYou sure you want me urged the other Langdon chuckled I asked you he said Haines came abruptly to decision Ive thought it over senator and It lit will be a great chance in every wn Ill accept seems to melt will be a great In every way Ill accept Well fix 1 ItIU up tomorrow and Ill try to make yo a good secretary Langdon held forth his hand And Ill try to make you a good senator my boy Fix up nothing tomorrow Your duties begin tonight You are to come to dinner with me and my daughters To be Continued YoueRegular 1 If you arc not it Is a sign of disease a sign of some kidded female trouble that May be under minIng and weakening your con stHutlon and laying up for you much future suffering Many thousands of weak Ir regular suffering women have la the past 50 years been greatly benefited or cared by the use of that wellknown successful purely vegetable female tonic and cura five remedy OFCARDUI I WOMANS RELIEF Apple 0 Barnes of Alto Tex writes I caught cold wUck made ae Irregular and gave me pains te my shoulders and sides For almost 2 weeks I could not Hit a chair Cardul broagHt no all right again I have no more palls and am la very good health At All Drudslltl WRiTR FQR FRPB ADyiCE stating age and describing symp toms to Ladle Advisory Dept CO1Chattanooga = Wa Bu- yFURS Hides and Wool l1li Feather Tallow Beetwnx ChueBfi Golden Se lYeSow Root MayAPR Wild Ginger etc We are dealers I ealblbed Ia ieJ6Oref halt a cwkiiri Lawrilleaodwadobetterfayouduomgagent or cocuBuaoa weeklynpnc g IRf Sabal A Sons ZM C Mtrktt St LOUISVILLE KY I t y x tOof4i- r The Century 1IN1909- t will have spine remarkable articles on LINCOLN Includlnif unpublished documents from his own yen The great sculptor SAINTGAUDENS wrote his autobiography just before he died tfUE OKNTunv will print it The full report of a remarkable conversation 11with the GKHMAN EMiKnoii will ap pear in THK CENTURY and an inter view with the great pianist PADKHKW SKI ANDREW CAKNEOIE is writing on the Tariff for it Articles by GRO VEIl CLEVEDANDS nearest friends will tell the intimale story of his 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tailors em I ployed J H HUNSCHE CasperMay Co Can eltonInd t J W IFry IIit is tho surest nnd safest place you want to havo your fItIUT C LEWIS ho knows how and does as ho knows Ho has ono of tho finest collections of beautiful uptodateJEWELRY all goodnot shoddy at the very lowest prices goldand silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Como ho is glad to welcome youaudgive you satisfactionT Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky L II tr ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 140 Dally Must Train loaves Olovernort PoIntStitesLouisvillo2SNo 142 nallyMatlana Kxprossleaves ain yorport 10i07 A M stops ut all way stations vrmes Louisville 1358 p to Train No 141 Dally tact mall leaves Olo ver ort 458 pm stops at all way stations atLoulsvUleTrain NoHb Ually Oloverport accommo dation arrives Oloyerport 7 40 p m WEST BOUND accommodationleavesstations arrives Henderson 8i5b am Train No 141 Dully fast mull and express onlyuUawosvllle arrlveJStTrain No 143 Mull and Express dully arrives Olaverport 748 p m Evansville 1035 p m S jps at all stations No 145 daily St Louis last train loaves ol ASIHaweevllleOwensboro betweenLonlsvllle N cars and trop reclining chair curs on trains 145 and 146 between Louisville Evansvlllo And St Louis Fordsvllle Branch EAST BOUND touvesVordsvlllo000atnTrain leavesIeordsv111o 59QpmTrain No 6 Sunday only irorh v111o700 a m Irvlnston836 turn WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves rvlngton 1110 am srlves Kordsvlllp 255 u m Train No 5 Dally leaves hvlnKton 1106pJTit arrives Korrtsvllla 1015 u m Dr Charles Stone Permanent DENTIST OHIee Over CUOVERPPRT eckenridyeuank V KENTUCKY r ntY t- J 1 S U I w r SssmnEa00T t t TillS GREAT REMEDY IS t V RECOMMENDED FOR ij Acute and Chronic Diseases of r the Kidney Liver Bladder FT or Urinary Organs and L Ji Acute Chronic Rheumatism w Uric acid lumbago or gout PREVENTS N BRIGHTS DISEASE Dissolves andexpels Gravel A or Gall Stones It heals and removes irritation Inflammation Ulceration or Catarrh oft the Bladder The Test That Tells Dothan Ala Jan 21 190Q Dr Kilmer tCo Binghamton JJ V- GentlemenAboitt otiefear ago two of my chlldren suffered badly from weak kidneys hind djaljetes their Urine was very ball and they would hays severe spells rdizziness rtndjwere rUn tiown in health I was just about dfscourag ed ttried several remedies and hnal lyadoctor but they did not seem to improve I knew Of a friend who was taking SwhmpRoot for kidney trouble with good results and I decided to get some for 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 A Georgia Woman Sparks Ga Jan 11 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y GentlemenSome time ago I was troubled with kidney troublejhnd severe pains in the back and hips Was treat anybenefits advertising and resolved to give jt n trial After taking four bottles I was completely cured Have not suffered any pain at all since and can recom mend SwampRoot to anyone suffering from kidney trouble i Sincerely MRS E V STEVENS Baptist Minister 1909DrGentlemenScme time ago I suffer ed severely with pains in the back and hips My back pained me continually and I felt miserable A friend recom mended SwampRoot I obtained and took the contents of two bottles when I felt relief My back has not troubled me since and I can thoroughly recom mend SwampRoot to anyone suffering from kidney trouble as I find it afford ed me great relief Yours very truly Rev E T DAWSON Results After Using Boston Ga Jan 13 IflOO Dr KllmerCo Binghamtlon N Y GentlemenSome time ago I was thoughtforbetes 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 iomy prales pf this wonderful medicine and it gives me great pleasure to give my testimonial in regard to its merits J B ROUNTREE Former Mayor and Members Legislature SwampRoot alwaySwithJ C Adams Son r COLU Nmj It I 1 Edited By County Supt Joel It Pile Hurdlnsburff Ky t i Prize Offered For the best answers to the questions 10 days lication n bundle of ten cent classics will given a very pretty prize All students and teachers are invited to + case tie neatness and1 J govern priz- eSend1wers to JoelliI Pile Hardins burfc Ky The Value of a Remedy Is Proven by Its Cures ELI WOOD ALA Dec 14 1008 Kilmer Co Binglnuiplou N1Dear SirsI have derived such great hem fit from tho use of your remedy SwampRoot that IIlleliev it to be most lliipuruui for the public to know its worth For tho past tn years I hive bean the most miserable of men Did not know what tho trouble was but bad to urinate very frequently b to day and night was all puffed up generally could seep more than a couple of h urs ai a time WitS greatly distressed after eat ing a arealand about worn out 1 had tried nearly everything I could see advertised and hear of without helping me to any grant ex ent until finally in October last at Ripan Wia I purchased u one dollar bottle of SwampRoot and commenced taking it accotding 10 direc tions and followed that with another bottle and experienced such great relief and benefit from same that I purchased five dollars worth at Huntsville Ala acid continued its use and am now taking it but in smalltr doses and twice a day in place ot four times a day and believe by tho time present supply is used up I will Le entirely well I am feeling bet ter now than for ten years past Gin cat and sleep firstclass in fact I am so good that I cannot resist telling you ajout it You are at liberty to publish this testimonial should you wish Very respectfully THOS STALLARD U S A Retired Box 7 R R NO2 Elkwood A a A Clergyman Nuw ROADS LA Tan 22 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Biughampton N Y Dear bin I write today to the public thnt your SwampRoot cured me of kid ney trouble I almost past going having spasmodic spells with my kidneys that breaking down my constitution The best medical aid was employe t 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 welt man This was six years ago and I have had no trace of the trouble Yours for suffering menl REV J R TAYLOR Pastor Baptist Church New Roads La Mall Carriers Experience BLOUNTVILTE TBNN- II have been a rural letter earner for over five years Some two years ago I was taken with severe pins In my back I used medicine from my family physi cian for several mouths without any benefit A friend Mr J D Nelson advised me to try your Swamp Root but I had no faith in it I to grog worse and at last decided to try this remedy and bought of Long Bros a fiftycent bottle which gave me great relief I then bought two one dollar bottles which I can truthfully say have completely cured me Had it not been for SwampHoot 1 wou d hive been compelled to the rural free delivery service painsinI cure them- I was so bad that very often my wife would have to help me to orise M B HENDRICKSON Rural Letter Carrier Route No2 A Contractor DONALSONVILLE GA Jan 20 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y GentlemenAbout four years ago I snfferea from Kidney trouble and rheu matisai in my hips The pin across my back became so severe that II could hardlystraighten up and could mt walk without dragging my feet I Mould uri nate frequently and would have to rise nightcausingAnd with the pain I was all run down and begin to lose flesh I saw Swamp Root advertised and bought bottle to try it After taking it I felt better and could nleep all right at night I continued to take it until I had taken four largebottles I was entirely free from any pain in the and begin to gain in weight I al Nays recommend Swamp Root to my friends as I think the cure in 1ycase remarkable y1 S History 1 Shrewd and miserly and wiseHe a the 2 his best d Avery jiionfcer MixI i insurrection caught and his 5 a anti strayed by a and a j Pjl n KILMERI IDRDr Kilmers likeness Is on the outI side Wrapper of bottle Beneficial In Severe Cases Edgefield Dr Kilmer Binghamton N Y Gentlemen I how to express my appreciation for the SwampRoot has me 1 had greatly troubled with my kidneys and in my also with the doctor inflammation of the of the bladder Sometimes my get in a shape that I almost helpless I had eral doctors and medicines no and finally I noticed in some Dr Kilmer proposed to a sample of his kidney medicine SwampRoot free by I sent at once and received promptly a sample taking it I it did me I then two merchant Mr W taking the medicine I felt like a new man and I rode five to are liberty to this or gladtoremedythisi of Saundersvllle is taking it with results A MONTGOMERY Member Tennessee Legislature No 24 Edgenfield Results It Proved 1909DrSlrsHave been suffering more less Kidney for the last five and was induced try your Swamp Am happy to say or testimonial that it has me I am a traveling salesman for Messrs Colgate Co and am always traveling on the road Drinking the different affected my kidneys respectfully SAMUEL WOLF A PromlnentvMason Jackson According to experience I do notI equalSwampRootit relieved me I was com pletely helpless last time I was traveling in my kidneys became affected and for tendns I suffered excruciating pains accompanisd with severe Several having relievedof a I naturally sought re SwampRootAftersize bot tles I was completely restored and praisingSwampRootago and I had indication of a of the affliction- J C SMITH Jr 33 Mason Fully Satisfied 51909DrKilmerCoBinghamptonNYDear who pre scribed for me but his treatment did not me reading some SwampRoot literature I decided to it a trial taking a few 1 felt relieved and two one had I had no and was completely I mybackperience I can cheerfully recommend wampRoot to any one suffering kidney trouble very SIMON MARTIN Mr conducts a carting and transfer business Every brings unsolicited testimonials from people from all over United States foreign expressing heartfelt gratitude for Dr Kilmers SwampRoot done thorn Do let anyone other medicine to place of Swam- pRootif do be disappointedinsist on getting what forthere is other medicine as good as Dr Kilmers SwampRoot YOU NEED A MEDICINE YOU SHOULD HAVE THE BEST i SwampRoot is not recommended for everything but if you kidney or bladder trouble or obliged to go during the day and get up many during the night smarting or irritation in passing or disturbance due to kidney trouble SwampRoot will be the remedy you Be Allsled For example you ask for Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the Kidney and Bladder Remedy any druggist or store keeper to pursuade you into buying something else In its place T Every time subceeds in rolling you a worthless substitute he wore profit but are humbugged at the expense of health v NOTE Every reader of The Breckenridge who has not SwampRoot the Kidney jpjyerandjBlnddor Tremedy may address Dr Kilmer Co Binghainptou N Yand receive a sample free bymaiifI I11 JI all dealers in 50c and 1 sizes 5 Sworn Certificate of Purity With I Every BottleSee Inside Wrapper EDUCATIONAL lIt of following tn be answers In of penmanship will award of Dr nut was was were continued one Prize Rhyme brought down by string from Jr Three expeditlonfhe made to Was called thoPaUiiniler and did 3 remarkable tI i ed up somehow anVggy hear 4 An he tried toraise Was hanged days Amid many nation peril he Saved once compass once by maid yokei overy Tenn tCo hardly know good your done been with pain back what termed neck back would such was tried sev to good effect paper where send bottle mail bottle After found good purchased bottles from our J Elizer After each day mils teach school You at use letter refer Tenn fiord Very truly yours D Rural Route Tenn Has Dear or from trouble years to Root give you cured Now York waters Yours Tenn my Twice when The Texas when chills previous been similar attack have no return kidneysI benefit After give After doses somewhat after dollar bottles been taken pain cured from Yours truly Martin mail the and land has fpr not sell you some take the you you will you ask no IF have liver often times have heart fonnd just need Dont when Great Liver dont allow drug clerk he makes yoU your News tried great bottle At 00 A from pub send quit back Witty fame skies the West with thus closed years 7 Through povertys struggle to fame he arose And gave the invention that makes our clothes 87A line he stretched from shore to shore Binding nations mprqf and more 9 i In old Kentucky two boys were bredWho ruled apart when the nation bhiaV 10 Afighting he was neer afraid to- go But in courting he feared a womans No 11 A princess in Her native land Loved aplanter who won her llandst 12 Broad and Tolerant honest and true Exiled he was from the Bay State new IV Broken j edooe lloss of wife still son cHefaufeht on lUllftitat fell by traitors gun 1yu M Apostle he was to thechildren Red With whom he worked and gave his bread 15 With silver rings on artificial leg Long he walked with aid of wooden peg 16 Most remarkable preacher of his day Ten thousand for an audience they say 17 Mortal wounds to generals on each side And each was happy that he died 18 A buccaneer of famous sort By hanging had his life cut short 19 On a plank he placed a Yankee box forcheese And revolutionized war upon the seas 20 From Boston town two riders went To warn the people they were sent 21 He helped us Independence get And in old age was jailed for debt 22 What lady wise and great and good For hours was lost in one great wood 23 Soldier lawyer traitor in a duel A wanderer at times in poverty cruel 24 He never slept so Indians said Would fight though he had to rise from dead ART AND WEATHER A Storm That SulTcd the Painter but Not the Committee- In a gallery there hangs a largo canvas In an Imposing frame The painting shows a waterfall in one of the states famous for startling nat ural scenery The picture has occupied Its present place for several years Does It belong here asked a visitor of tip man in charge No more than the others you see Seems to me it should be in the capitol of the state where this scenery Is said the visitor It was painted for the state re plied the man In charge but when it was submitted to the art committee It refused to accept It What was the objection 7 You sc the sky Is overcast The artist put In a gathering storm like nn impending calamity The art commit tee said It was a reflection on the reputation of the state that a storm such as Is represented was unknown in that latitudeCouldnt the artist put In another sky one that accorded with the states reputation for sunshine I suppose he could but he refused Ho said that the rumpus kicked up by the art committee warranted the storm effect on the canvas and ho refused to budge He sent It lucre and here It remains Boston Herald a Wo say without hesitation that DAVittB Kidney and Bladder Pills are unequal d for weak kidneys baoK ache inflammation of the bladder and all urinary disorders They are septic and act promptly in all cases of weak I bank backache rheumatism and rheumatic pains Accept no substitute We sell and recommend thorn All druggists Just For a Change What I want said the theatrical manager Is a genuine novelty Something cilstlc asked the playwrightYes I dont want any real pugilists or real naval disasters or real live stock or real battles In It The playwright looked wearily thoughtful and after a pause in quiredHow would it do to spring some thing on the public with real actors In ltLondon TitBits DEATH OF THE WORLD When Water Disappears and Air Get Too Thin to Brut The age of the earth is placed by edme at 500000000 years by others 100000000 years and still others of later time place It at 10000000 years None place it lower than 10000000 knowing what processes have been gone through Other planets go through the same process The reason that other planets differ so much from the earth is that they are In so much earlier or later stages of existence Tho earth must become old- Newton surmised although he could give no reason for It that the earth would lose all Its water and become perfectly dry Since then it has been found that Newton was correct As the earth keeps cooling It will be come porous and great cavities will be formed in tho interior which will take in the water It is estimated that this process Is now in progress so far that tho water diminishes at the rate of the thickness ta sheet of paper each year At this rate in 0000000 years the water will have sunk a mile and in 15000000 tho water will have disap I globeI the at time It 111 In an inappreciable degree but the time will come when the air wHlboao thin thqt no creature wo knoW could breathe it and live The time will come when tho world cannot support iyc That will bo tho period of old age anti then will come death Richard A Proctor A Swollen Jaw Is not pleasant Whether its caused by neuralgia toothache or accident Ballards Snow Liniment will reduce pafnIile tism cuts burns brnlsee t scaldsany- and all itches find pllns Sola by A R ltf6h n W II IIowMEn President A B SKJUMAN Cnsbler F L LIOHTFOOT VicePresident i CIIAS SKILLMAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRI3CKINRIDGE BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 6200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited Demtewet a u aiI Ii WANTED IIa For publication in the News a storyI IIriever heard Write on one side of IDIvords Send article to L E 1 IIIIImropa rrmprterrtrv rrryrrr yrroptrDrr rryn rrtrr rsrrrrr s 0 i For a Limited Time I YOU CAN GET The Louisville Times i Regular Price 500 a Year c K AND 3 j- Ii 1 Ii The Breekenridge News i S Both One Year For iIIV 350 i st i The Louisville Times is the best g i Afternoon Paper Printed I i Anywhere I Has the best corps of correspondents x i Covers the Kentucky field perfectly S itiiDemocratic in politics but fair to everybodyii i Send Your Subscription x Right Away c to this papernot to the Louisville iti This rate is good only for 1 nAIL subscrip tions and we cannot accept orders for THE LOUISVILLE TinES where that paper has a regular agent who furnishes cpapers by the monthtir Two Papers for Less Than the Price of One i o ssak5ta7a tM9asryr r5e aw3srAaaadalc Rtteaa ce+l aatteG 1 FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS 1 GUARANTEED TO SATISFY PURCHASERS = tV a F Ldi Y iTfiABLY JHfltfV iVAiU I Ul la t4M ra X ALti1 b1A IW PBUIT1TNJYYU FLATmrnveal111y PRICE In leb 01110 4 i1I rLFlcryLowWesatisfied customers und we have grown and sold more cabbage plants than all other persons In the Southern states combined WHY because our plants must please or we send your money back Order now it is time to set these plant in your sec stmoney8otcWlermIOdr toarrwn nnlanW C fiCriljGe 1 lifYei S K t J s C For Nice Job Printing Nicely Done C n011 Os ff t Y + I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING COII 4 Issued Every V ednesduyJJ I Subscription Price 100 a ycnr in advance f CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate ofII I tO cents per line t OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money In advance q Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please Ylxotify us f When ordnrinp a change in the address subscribers should giveI their old as well as the now address EIGHT PAGES i CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 3 1909 The proceedings of the Farmers Institute at Elizabethtown las n k week wore completely disappointing and thoroughly disgusting The idea of an independent class of men like farmers permitting politics to take possession of their affairs Its deplorable What the outcome I will be is not known but the meeting which should have been a stimu iL iLlantto agricultural pursuits was paralyzed by politics Of all insti 5tutions we thought would ever turn a deaf ear to political dictations r the Farmers Institute headed our list Be they Democrats or Repub K I licans or hQth they had better stay at home next time and read the farmers almanac i t f t Tomorrow when Mr Taft takes tho oath of office as president ofI tho United States many spectators will cast one long interesting I glance at Theodore Roosevelt as he leaves the Executive Chair i President Roosevelt is a wonderful man and has held the close atten l tion of the whole world for seven years It is too early for History to judge him and the influence of his administration cannot yet be i weighed but assuredly his political independence is being felt throughout America Ho will live in the hearts of all true Americans b1 The independent voters have things going their way in this county The party lash and the party boss have lost their power They are afraid to make a move No man dares to stick his head up for office who is not a square man a sober man a trustful lawabide ing law respecting man No matter under whose banner ho sails hes got to be the right kind to win In last weeks editorial mention of the Colonial Tea given by the Ladies Aid of tho Baptist church at Irvington we said Methodist r That was a dreadful mistake and we arc frankly sorry If the Bap j tist will purdon us this time we promise to remember them when the Methodists give an entertainment as delightful as the Colonial Tear 1 About the best thing Gov Willson has done during his adminis f tration is the issuing of a pardon to tho Louisville Herald which was s convictedof libeling a judge and commonwealths attorney who failed L to do their duty in some night rider cases fvThereare two Democrats in Mr Tafts cabinet Thcyarc not regular of course and not of the Bryan stripe but are Democrats just the same a People are getting tired of the political trickster What they f want is fair play and a square deal in everything even in Farmers + Institutes fj Cloverport has the distinction of having a son among the 14000 circumnavigators just graduated by Uncle Sam t Mr Taft may have played possum down in Georgia but he will never play it in the White House Congress may not like President Roosevelt but tho people do J VERY FINE i This Simple llomeMadt Treatment r Nt Will Overcome Rheumatism Few people here know that you can cure that dread American disease Rheu matism with just common everyday M drugs found in any drug store The prescription is so simole that any one can prepare it at home at small cost It is made up as follows Get from any good prescription pharmacy Fluid Ex tract Dandelion one half ounce Corn- Y pound Kargou one ounce Compounds Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Mix by shaking in a bottle and take in teas spoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime These are all very pimple in gradients making an absolutely harm less home remedy at little cost Rheumatism us every one knows is a symptom of deranged kidneys It is ft condition produced by the failure of J the kidneys to properly filter or strain from the blood the uric acid and other matter which if not eradicated either gall in the urine or through the skin pores remains in the blood decomposes and forms about the joints and muscles r causing the untold suffering and deform ity of rheumatism This prescription is said to be a splendid healing cleansing ard invlgor ating tonic to the kidneys and gives al most immediate relief in all forms of bladder and urinary troubles and back ache COURT MINUTES At a called term of the Brecken ridge County Fiscal Court lick at the Court House in Hardinsburg Ky on- t February 20 IgOO r iti f iI1Wl1 J i k Present Hon H Dell Moorman presiding Judge of the Breckenridge County Court and the following named Justices of the Peace Jno 0 Reilley Thos M Bates C H Drury and H G Vessels Came the Committee heretofore appointed to examine the bridge over Clover Creek at Cloverport and filed the following report which is now ordered recorded and is as follows To the Honorable Fiscal Court of Breckenridge County State of Ken tuckyWe the undersigned committee having been appointed by the Fiscal Court of this Breckenridge County at its regular October term 1908 to I I I toIClover Creek In the said city of Cloverport and county of Brecken ridge as to the requirements and the things necessary to be done to said bridge in the way of repairs so as to make safe and useful for all necessary public travel over same beg leave to report that we have investigated the condition of said bridge and that we find that the sleepers or girders arc in a rotten condition and are in such a condition as to make travel of heavy loads over same unsafe and that it is absolutely necessary that the repairs thereto be made at once if possible as said bridge is already condemned by Breckenridge county and the city of Cloverport After having fully investigated this matter and having taken into consideration the great cost to keep this bridge in repair by reason 6f the girders rottening therein every few years we have come to the conclus ion that It will be a great saving to Breckenridge county and the city of Cloverport to have steel girders or sills placed therein While the cost to have this done may seem a little Y + ia + rr +trw + w +4 + t t= r= wwf enormous to the critics we know that in a few years it will amount to a saving to the said city and county In view of this matter from a standpoint of economy to said city and county we recommend that steel girders or sills or whatever you may wish to call them be put in and in stalled in said bridge and by so doing this the county and city of Cloverport will hereafter be released from expending largo sums of money on this bridge every two or three years All of which is respectfully submitted Gus Brown County Atty- J V St Clair K S B C Thos M Bates J P B U Evidence being heard and the court being otherwise advised and the re port of the committee having been duly considered the same is now adopted It appearing that there is urgent demand and conclusive reason for prompt action concerning this bridge the Bridge Commissioner of Breckenridge County is hereby order ed directed and empowered to forth with take uch steps as his discretion may dictate to put said bridge over Clover Creek in the city of Clover An Iron Enameled Bed like cut Actual value 500 For Ths Manu facturers Outlet Sale Off The Floor Or By Mail 225 WE PAY FREIGHT TO YOUR TOWN r 1 3 I An Oak Bedroom Suit 3 pieces like cut Actual Value 2200 For This Manufacturers Outlet Sale Off The 1FREIGHTi 1Iin r atValuettMailYOUR TOWN as the to T TA Bed Lounge like cut Actual TSaleWEPAY FREIGHTTO YOUR TOWN AT or the Elegant Sideboard like cut Actual Value For This Manufacturers Outlet Sale Off The Floor Or By Mail 1795 WE PAY FREIGHT TO YOUR TOWN x 1- w i 1t port In proper safe condition for use As to whether he shall use steelor wooden stringers he will inform him self thoroughly and consider the mat ter from the standpoint of economy and procure the opinion of an expert as to the present condition of said bridge and as to the advisability of using steel stringers and when said Commissioner is satisfied on the var ious points of safety and economy his discretion shall govern his acts When he is satisfied on the points suggested he is empowered to con tract for such repairs as are needed and cause said bridge to be promptly put in condition as aforesaid and this court suggests that J B Bates the Justice of the Peace in the Dis trict and J A Barry of the Street Committee of the Cloverport Council be advised with by said Commissioner as an advisory committee and that all advise with the County Attorney in any matters in which their duty Is not clear The Commissioner will advise with the County Attorney as to what agreement or contract he shall make with reference to the relative I countyI I will file a report of their acts herein at the April term of this Court and provision will be made for payment of any obligations thus created Ordered that the following Justices be allowed the sum of 3 each for one days attendance to wit 0 H Drury one day 300 H G Vessels one day 300 John OReilley 300 T M Bates It 300 Ordered that the proceedings of this meeting be published in the Breckenridge News and the Brecken ridge Democrat Minutes read and approved and ordered that court adjourn No false pretense has marked tho careerof Elys Cream Balm Being entirely harmless it is not responsible like the catarrh snuffs and powders for minds shattered by cocaine The great virtue of Elys Cream Balm is that it speedily and completely overcomes Nasal catarrh and hay fever Back of this slatement the testimony of thousands and a reputation of many yearssuccess All druggists Sec or mailedby Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York A Quart r Million Dollar Distribution OF FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOME FURNISHINGS Manufacturers Lose Their Nerve THE PUBLIC BENEFITS THE public of Louisville and the entire states of KENTUCKY INDIANA and adjacent SOUTHERN TERRITORY will again benefit by another colossal purchase which was recently made by the James Greene Furniture Company amount to a QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS WORTH OF- ANUFACTURERS SURPLUS STOCKS consisting of furniture carpets rugs curtains stoves and household goods of every de scription This is without question the greatest purchase that was evermade by any furniture establishment in the UNITED STATES The great sale given a year ago by the JAMES GREENE FUR NITURE COMPANY was a most WONDERFUL SALE and a bar gain giving event that was the talk of the country for months thereafter The sale this year involves a much greater purchase which was bought at practically 20 LESS THAN THE BIG MANUFACTURERS PURCHASE OF A YEAR AGO It matters not how many hundred miles you reside from Louisville this willI certainly be an opportunity for you to save from 2500 to 25000 buying an outfit for your home H Never before in the history of furniture and carpet buying were such low prices quoted Our reason for giving the public at large the benefit of our big pur chase is namely to attract 10000 new patrons to our establishment During this big sale which will be the largest sale of FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS ETC that was ever GIVEN in the UNITED STATES during the entire tenday sale all profits will be entirely swept away It is our yearly offering to the people and we propose making it such a real sacrifice and bargain feast as will amaze the public Even if you live at a distance of 500 to 600 miles your Mail Orders will receive the same promrt attention as- a J visit from you in Understand however that all MAIL ORDERS MUST REACH OUR ESTABLISHMENT AT LOUIS VILLE NOT LATER THAN THE MORNING OF THE 19TH OF MARCH We hereby agree to PAY THE FREIGHT ON ANY PURCHASE TO ANY TOWN OR CITY WITHIN A RADIUS OR byMailfreight charges will be paid by us This big furniture and carpet sale presents an opportunity to those who are thrifty to to whom the saving of a dollar is equivalent to a dollar earned The great values we gave one year ago were the sensation of the day but we wish to go on record as saying that the sale this year our Second Annual Manufacturers Outlet Sale which starts on Wednesday March 10th at 830 A Mwill make any and all other furniture sales pale into insignificance It will be a bargain jubilee and a furniture feast for judicious buyers such was never given before by any other establishment throughout United States The banks the savings banks only pay 3 on money During this sale your money will practically earn 80 40 profit for you in the purchasing furniture carpets rugs and household needs This will be a premier effort in valuegiving- on furniture carpets etc such as the public will long remember James Greene Furniture Building is now closed in order to get this great volume of home furnishings in readiness forthe big 8THONSTARTS promptly on WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 10TH 830 A M BE CAREFUL AND BE SURE YOU FIND THE RIGHT PLACE TAKE ANY MARKET ST CAR AND GET OFF AT 425427429 E MARKET ST LOUISVILLE KY and look for the big Green and White Signs reading JAMES SALEAskREMEMBER THE OPENING DATE WHICH IS MARCH 10TH ON WEDNESDAY AT 830 A M Be here on the opening day on one of the special ten sale days and secure your share of many bargains offered Prepare accordingly and you will save many dollars on furniture carpets rugs curtains and your LASTSTENMARCH10TH20th If you cannot come in person then send your order by mail which will have our immediate attention In justice to your BUTSELDOM Take Advantage of This Sale and Accordinglyf A T rt t Ii i i ij u t i I IThere is more Catarrh In this Section Ot the country than all other diseases put tocgether and until the jait few years was supposed r- I to bo incurable For fc great many I years doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by dn- stantly talllnl to cure with local treatment pronounced It incurable Science has proven S catarrh to bo a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment halls Catarrh Guru manufactured by K 1 Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Is the only ton stitutional euro on the market It is taken Internally In doses from 10 drops to u tea spoonful Itacts dlrcctlyon the blood and mucous surf aces Of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case It falls to cure Q Send for circular and testimonials Address B1 J Cheney k Co Toledo Ohio Sold by druggists 75c Take lI Family Tills constlratlon Mrs Lee Bishop and Miss Emma Hook of Hardlnsburg are in Louisville to look up the latest things in spring millinery CASTORIAForI The Kind You HiiftUmp Bought Sours tho dSignature of Combination Desk and Book Case like cut Actual Value 1600 ForEThis Manufacturers Outlet Sale off the floor or by Mail 975 WE PAY FREIGHT TO YOUR TOWN k IThrfeTO l 1 I Davenport like cut Actual Value 2500 For This Manufacturers Outlet Sale Off The Floor By Mail 1575 WE PAY FREIGHT TO YOUR TOWN IElealInt A Large Arm Rocker like cut Actual Value 300 For this Manufacturers f Outlet Sale off the floor or by Mai v PAYFREIGHTTOYOURTOWN l- I n rr r ReliableCATARRemedy I I s Cream Balme M d1M quickly ebrorbed4l4 CO Dyes Relief at OnceVRh HFD Gzisprotectsdiseased norcBiilliiifjfroin tarrh and drives gRe qy a Cold in tho wr riTlfFKresDrugisi y Brothers CO Warren Street Now York She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAR 3 1900 PERSONALANU LOCAL 1 i Cod hNoltesTobacco cloth Noltes I Seed potatoes Noltos Northern seed oats Noltes Grass seed all kinds Noltes- SS Robert Pierce spent Sunday in Evans Ville I Louie Ditzenbach has been ill severalI days i Mrs Miria Duncan is visiting Mrs ierce Miss Reba Lewis hasreturned fro I Irvington Beautify your lawns use Noltes Blue GrassI bylIillerj Claude Mercer of Hardinsburg where as Saturday Ira F Jones of Evansville is here this week on business Ernest Miller arrived here from Missouri Monday night Rob Moorman of Glendeane was the guest of friends Sunday Hardlnsburgisi Ladies Home Journal for March on sale at the News office Mrs Frank McGary of Kirk is the i guest of Mrs Thos Lews i Overton Blanford of Bewleyville left Monday for Washington D C =I John Bell of Louisville has been J the guest of Miss Hazel Holder 6 Mrs Reuben Marlow of Owensboro is the guest of Mr and Mrs Bowlds I Remember Johnsons sale on Fishers I corner Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock P Miss Evelyne Beavin of Henderson I spent Sunday with Miss Esther Pop j ham Mrs Mary Jane Hardin eightythree years of age is ill at her home at Lodi burg OASTOBlANara Always Bought Btbcth1Miss Daisy Dean and Miss Emma Dean Moorman have returned to Glen i deaneTelephone your meat orders to Miller Black the cleanest meat market in the city I H T Dowell of Sample Jas Stilwell rind Jas McCoy of Stephensport were here Saturday- J C Mills went to Louisville Satur day to see his sister Mrs Ben Rhodes who is very sick Sheriff Milt Miller Chris Alit and Houston Alexander of Hardinsburg went to Louisville Monday Fred Cox Lawrence Sills aid Robt Kennedy of Hardinsburg were here Sunday the guests of friends t Ernest Kincaid and Oliver Flowers of Patesville and Homer Tindall of Dukes were in town Saturday OAXWOElIABelts to The Kind You Wale Always Bought arttanaof I Return Nome Herbert and Thomas Beard two en terprising stock men and farmers returned Monday from the Farmers In stitute and from Eminence where they purchased a car load bf fine Jersey cows and calves for their trade in this county Beard Bros are building up a large business in horses mules and t cattle and are doing a great work for farmers and stock interests in this county Consumption is by no means the dreadful disease it is thought to Jjein the beginning- It can always be stoppedin- the beginning The trouble is 0 you dont know youve got it you dont believe it you wont believe ittill you are forced to Then it is dangerous Dont be afraid but attend to it quick you can do it yourself and at home Take SCOTTS EMULSION T of Cod Liver Oil and live care fully every way This Is sound doctrine what ever you may think or be told and if heeded wQlsavel life SooJ thte advertswith name ti tilotspaper In which it appears your address and few untsto cover poU c and we wlllHnd ywW Cempletc Handy AtUf of the World SCOTTBQWNEi 409 PIIatl IL New York fI = I Hancock Clarion says Geo Hawley Jr was married recently In Oklahoma to a young lady whose name they could not learn A healthy man Is a ICIng in his own right an unhealthy man IS nn un happy slave Burdock Blood Bitters builds np sound healthkoeps yon wellMrs John D Gregory of Cloverport who has been quite sick at the home of her daughter Mrs R N Hudson was taken to the Norton Infirmary at Louis ville for treatment Mrs Hudson ac companied her Woodford Sun The best known pills and tbo best pills made are DoWitfa Little Early Risers Thoy nre small easy to take grntlo and certain and are sold by All Druggists Dr Bush Cloverport 1st 2nd rtnd 3rd Mondays and Tuesdays Hard insburg 4th Monday 3 days Irving ton Thurday and Friday following 4th MondayTimber Wanted500 cords 30 inches long for Home blocks of Beech Sugar Maple Ash Oak White Elm Hack berry Apply to T F Sawyer Grocery and Wallpaper store Cloverport Selzg 100 Royal Blue Rubber Boots at 320 350 Western Blue Rubber Boots at 280j 200 Good value Felt solidmLeather shoes for Ladies at 120 250 Selz Shoes for Ladies at 200 Any Boot Shoe or Rubber in the house at cost this day only Watch for Ad nbxt weekJ H Brown a fSOCIETYNOTfSMiss W J j the guest of honor at a beautiful dinner given Friday evening at the home of Dr and Mrs ForrestLigttfoot Plates were laid for Dr and Mrs Lightfoot and daughter Jane Miss Josie Raitt and Miss Feland and Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot 000 Mrs Bowne gave a 500 party Friday afternoon at her home in the East End The guests included the following Misses Elizabeth Skillman Anne Jarboe Irene Jarboe Margaret Skillman Mrs Harry Newsom Mrs Fred Ferry and Mrs D Stewart Miller 000 Miss Feland was complimented with- a charming card party given by Mr nnd Lovers of good hfaltn should prevent sickness instead of lotting themselves got sick and then try to cure it So long DBi you keep your liver bowels and atom ach in a healthy and active condition you wont get sink Ballards Horbino relieves constipation inactive liver and all stomncn and bowel troubles Hold by A R Uinner l E fP Vi j CUTICULA COMFORT FOR LITTLE FOLKS Most grateful and comforting is a warm bath with Cuticura Soap and gentle anointings with Cuti cura This pure sweet econom ical treatment brings immediate relief and refreshing sleep to skin tortured and disfigured little ones and rest to tired fretted mothers For eczemas rashes itchings and chafings Cuticura Soap and are worth their in gold JapanMarufaPotter Drug Chem Gtorp Sole Props Boston Mrs File DeHaven Saturday evening Those present were Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Skillman Irene and Anne Jarboe Ir nnd Mrs Bowuo Mr and Mrs Wick DeHaven Accidents will happen but the best regulated families keep Dr Thomas Electric for such omor genoies It subdues the pain and helps the hnrt omcedownstairsu nones Owennhoro Ky Suffered day and night tho tor meats of itobing plies Nothing helped mo until 1 used Deans Ointment I oared me permanently Hon Joan R Garrett Mayor Girard Ala Subscribe for The E I t0 1111 101 1111 Q01 II I Come and See Us o 0 We arc now open for business with a new and uptodate lino of general merchandise consisting of DryI0- QQ Also a complete lino of Q o o- ol Farming Implementsd 0Binders Mowers Rakes Twine Cultivators Disc Harrows Plows both riding and OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST o Bring your Produce Highest market price paidofor everything you have to soil Our Motto Quick Sates and Small Profits BLACK SMITH t Addison Ky 0 II tIi0i 1111 101 Jill Q0 II 0J BEARD PlcsidtmtI M 11 BEARD f Cashier PAUL COMPTOlfe Assistant Cashier FAT irritations Cuticura Ointment weight 27ChartethousoAostraHaPaulCalcuttado 011 t News walking THE Capital Surplus Un= divided Profits 1100000 I WarttS irr- tv + + AprlnK8II FOIL SALEAt n hllrltllln Ono portable saw new nnd Qiinr Scott traction engine In good condition Address Ilawesvlllo Hub and MunufiiiturlMK Co Iluwesrlllo ICy FOR RENTTwo splendid rooms In the building suitable for u small busl ness GreenUniversityenrldRoNews HEATER and cooker combined stove for News ofllco WANTED Itcsponstblo man with horse and buggy In perdnytoclmrdsnnd IlomoGardens A splendIJ op portunity for farmers eons also fruit tree and sewing machlno agents to make a bust mess connection which will become mOre profi YOUDKS18lorld FOR SAte Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Pure bred Sows and Guilts a Specialty Furnished in Pairs not Related E P HARDAWAY- R No1 IRVINGTON KY Farm WantedA Wish to henr quickly from OWNERS K who will soil UIKEOT TO ItUYKUS t I locudtyNotOWNERS only need answer who are wllllnc to close their own deal direct with BUYER without paying any commission to anyone I am no agent and accept no commission I wish to con nect my H0NDHBUS or nuvKus with OWNERS so they run buy direct rind save paying a fancy price to some nRentII lowest NY L DAR prIceII iilOOANt001 f 0 l1 0rM Ij JJIEI KEITH SON i Dialers In i i GelramIeII I II i MarbleI Kentucky I a0 lOd lOlE all ltil l til c JYJ1r 1 Dont I Forget Us When in need of Foundry Machine Boiler and Gasoline Boat Work Tin and Electrical work t Wo carry a full line of Plum bars Supplies Mill Sup plies The best Paints and Floor Finishes Oils Greases Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Order Once a Customer Always One Cloverport Foundry Co tC4 Special Sale Saturday March 6th I will have a special sale on Boots Shoes and Rub lets Come in that day and get any thing you want in this line at cost Saturday March 6 onlyno longer J H Brown I Subscribe Now geesprorwa rraasgeaaasaaaa+aattr w L The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company 1 lB 50000 and Machine DIRECTORS Morris Eskridgo G WJBeard D S Richarclsop Dr A M itincheloe 0 V Robertson BF Beard I i Pays 3 per cent oh time depositsno more Three percent is as much as the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed bank can afford to pay a 11 I- Ma wwwNtTheI There is no better Coffee than the I FamousI Chase Sanborns I K COFFEE II- No i other kind has the flavor and youll say so too after one trial Buy a pound and youll come again 01J01 CLOVERPORT KY rJftftAJIMWJ- r ebaMyeive0l a FURS WANTED FURS I We want especially Skunk Mink Raccoon Fox Opossumctter and IMuskrats Ship your produce to us Highest market prices paid for Hides Wool Tallow Feathers Beeswax Dried Fruit Hicinal Roots Ginseng and Horse Hides We arc Dealers and returnsAgentsREFERENCE Any Hunk or Merchant In Ixiulsvlllo or usk your nolghbefrs whoshlp to us Shipping tugs and prices on application Try us with shipment Established 1F08 ISAAC KyInev ttrovedta0i JA a aaOnsOhJC- oI II Qo J QO Jill 101 II QO 0 FOR SALEo 0 j One pair 5yearold horse mules 14 hands well brok en One 15 handmare mule One extra good har o ness mare Two cheap o mares one in foal Three good horses One fresh Jersey heifer and her heif 1111er calf o 0 0BEARDj V OJj DJII I1 L 1I BANK OF CLOVERPORT Incorporated 1903 u Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Safe Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful1 attention as larger ones undwe appreciate your business anti influence Interest paid on t Time Deposits St BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT KY It f DR W M CASPER DENTIST 1j At OloverpoTt every Wednesday and Thu- rs0day ut DrLlRlitfoofs Office I re- b YOU Have Yourself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You Eyes Tested FREE Glasses Guaranteed Severs Drug Co c H DeH riOORMAN Attorney at Law- t1ARDINSBURO KY thoJourtRor Special attention Riven to col octtoiw oad cases and criminal prnctlce License 0 OaurtsOfilcoover HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Reduced rates from Cloverport to Washington and return Feb 28 March l 2 and 3 good returning March a on ccouut of Inauguration 1- I C N t I4 Inaugurationwentof J the President It Will Be a More Imposing and Costly function Than Any of Its Predecessors rftk ROM present indications it Is np p parent that there will be no J litfnll1 off In the 1Inaugural cel v ebration this year Although lie lever led a charge of rough riders and has no actual right to sing Cheer Up Comrades Mr Tuft will be honored i by an attendance at the Inaugural eel cmones of as great a military force as i that which marched In parade behind President Roosevelt In keeping with the essentially peaceful and civic char acter of the Incoming president the In dustrial and civilian feature of the pa made of next March 4 will be far morn jjnxtenslre and Imposing than ever be J tore The program of the Inaugural period Is divided Into five Important features and some others of a lesser degree of Interestfirst tthe Imposing military f division of the pageant which has teen arranged on a big scale by Major I General Franklin Bell who Is grand t marsialI second the civic organization I division of the parade with Major l I I H TAFT PRESIDENT r i eommlttcc In charge as marshal third the great display of fireworks on the UFWte lot ust in front of the White s ousc In combination with the Illu t Mnatlou of the streets of r through the downtown section the lame of the United States capitol and Gte Washington monument and a drill ftd display of pyrotechnics by the Re yultllcan Flambeau club of Mlnneapo Ida fourth the Inaugural ball In the pension building the biggest brick structure In the world fifth the fore noon parade of the American veteran I soldiers and sailors of the G A R the United Spanish War Veterans and r the Army and Navy union which will form the escort of honor for President Elect Taft and Vice President Elect I Sherman from the White House to tho capitol where they will take the oath of office preceding tho big parade and other features Sailors and Marines The details of the big military pa rude have been worked out by Briga dler General John A Johnson chief of General Bells staff assisted by Major Samuel D Sturgis adjutant general both regular army officers on duty at the war department Here Is tho In auguration day program In a nutshell as prepared by them The morning escort of the president from the White House to the capitol at 10 a m by the veteran grand dlvi Bloii the exercises at the capitol on a stand accommodating 7000 persons concluding with the administration of t the oath of ofllce to the president and Ills address the assembly of the mill tary and grand division in tho streets south and southeast of the civic grand division In the streets west and north west of the capitol the afternoon es curt of the president by the military and civic grand divisions from the capitol to the Wtlto House at the con elusion of ids inaugural address at about 120 p m review of the military and civic grand divisions by th president from his stand In the court of honor In front of tile White House from nbout 3 to 0 In time afternoon and the dismissal of the parade the dis play of fireworks from 730 to 0 p m- In the military division there will bo t about aoon Bailors and marines from T tho batth p fleet fresh from Its cruise around the world the famous r t a jptilllpplno constabulary band the mid shipmen and cadets from the acade 11 mies at Annapolis and West Pointr I x I I ITlw Joint committee of tho two houses of congress purposes to make I the ceremonies attending the actual In auguration of President Taft and ViceI President Sherman as solemn and dig nified us befits so Important an event Joy and music and the spirit of Costly ity will marlI the Inaugural ipordeI w1111botol anti on the Inaugural stand erectei on Its east front solemnity and dignity will dominate The details are already perfected and every official and every employee understands the part ho Is to playTime senate will complete the work of the last session of the Sixtieth con gress about 103Q a m on March 4 and will then take a recess so that the scenery may be set for the Important act In the great drama of the republic so soon to take place Shortly before noon the vice president will call the senate to order The secretary of the senate will announce the arrival of the I represents 1 WILLIAM TWENTYSEVENTH Washington fives and they will file Into the senate chamber nrd tike till places assigned to them Next In order will come the supreme court of the United States headed by Chief Justice Fuller and then the ambassadors and ministers plenipotentiary of the foreign nations Following the heads of the diplomatic corps will cone the heads of the exec utive departments who will take their places Immediately back of the seats assigned to the chief figures In the dramaFollowing the cabinet the vice president elect will be formally announced and will enter accompanied by his es cort Senator Fryc president pro tern pore of the senate nvd Representative Young The president elect will be the next announcement and William II Taft accompanied by Senators Knox and Lodge will enter and finally the president of the United States will enter alone At each dnnounce ment the entire assemblage will rise and remain standing tutu the person announced Is seated Mr Fairbanks Valedictory When nil the dignitaries have ar rived the Vice president will deliver Ills valedictory and will then call to the rostrum James S Sherman to whom he will administer the oath of the vice president of tho United States after which he will declare the senate adjourned without day Having been sworn Mr Sherman will ascend tit rostrum and taking the gavel will call the 89iiate to order for tho new session and will ask that new members of the senate come forward and take the oath of office Presumably there will be sixteen new faces In the senate Each new senator accompanied by his colleague will step forward and take the oath This done the entire assem bInge will proceed to tho Inaugural I standThe Bcrgeantsatarms of the senate l statelylI heretofore It has been led by the mar shals of the supreme court and of tho District of Columbia Those present In the senate chamber will fall Into line In the same order In which they en tered the senate and the entire com pany will march to the inaugural standThe troop gathered In front of the stand will present arms as the presi dent and the president elect appear at the main door of the capitol and when they have arrived at the front of tho stand Chief Justice Fuller will step forward and administer to Mr raft the oath of office following which the new president will louver his Inau gural address which is understood to be unusually brief From the stand the president will descend a flight of steps to his carriage and drive Imme diately to the White House where he may snatch a brief luncheon before taking his place in the stand There will bo a slight change this year In the order of the progress of the president the president elect and the vice president and the vice president elect to the capitol In view of the close relations of Senator Lodge to the pres ident he will ride In the carriage with the president and the president elect as will also Senator Knox who as chairman of the committee on arrangements Is the personal escort of the executive The vice president will have as escort Senator Bacon and Rep resentatives Burke and Gaines while the vice president elect will be nccora panted trj Senator Frye j the prlsllent pro tempore of the senate and Repro sentatlve Young Hcrctof are only one senator has accompanied the two chief figures In the ceremonies Ball a National Function Always a pleasing and picturesque feature It Is proposed to make the In augural ball of 1909 something more n great national function of supreme Interest and significance It will take the form of a reception by President Taft nUll Vice President Sherman to the country at large Each state In the Union will be officially represented on the floor by one of its distinguished sons whose mission It will bo to co operate officially In the presentation of I the visitors from bore there and everywhere to the great men of the nor tion who will be In nttemlaniIcGist Ilhilr whose father Montgom ery Blair was postmaster general In the cabinet of President Lincoln Is chairman of the committee In charge of the inaugural halt and has so plan ned the event as to bring the entire Union through the fortysix states Into direct and active participation In the function Washington Is a national city a city belonging to the country Chair non Blair said In discussing the ball arrangements It Is our desire that all who conic to the Inauguration and there promises to be time biggest at tendance In the history of these QfI fairs should feel that In coming to the national capital they are coming to their own city The ball will be essentially and dls tinctively national A representative from each state has been designated as a member of the inaugural ball committee These gentlemen will know many of the people who come from their respective states and will see tint they lire properly Introduced to the statesmen and their wives and other distinguished visitors Thus It Is hoped to bring the fortysix states Into close touch with the national cap- Ital on this memorable occasion i LATEST TAFT TAMLLY GROUP I II I Presidential Inaugurations From Washington to Lincoln All the Way From Jeffersonian Simplicity to the Pomp and State of Modern Times the early years of time ifRING before the capital to Washington the Induction of a president although a ceremony of great dignity and solemnity was a very small and select affair In New York for nearly a fortnight preceding the great day of April 30 1780 every tavern and boarding house had been thronged with visitors and on the day before the inauguration every private house was tilled with guests from all parts of tho Union In time center of the procession lIre ceded by the senate and followed by representatives walked George Wash- Ington On reaching Federal hall the troops formed a line on each side of thb way through which the president with his attendants was conducted to L t CROWD FRONT CAPITOL the chamber of till senate where tin OIl RentntlvM Ind assembled 1a fev minutes before and at the door till Vice president received him and at tended him to the chair Tho vitro president then said Sir the senate and the house of represent atives are ready to attend you to take oath required by the constitution which will be administered by the state of New York The president answered I am ready to proceed The vice president and the senators led the way und followed by the rep resentatives Washington walked to the outside gallery overlooking bfeth Wall and Broad streets which were filled with a sea of upturned faces Washingtons first official act was to attend service In old St Pauls The second Inauguration of PresI dent Washington took place In Inde pendence hall at Philadelphia on March 4 179- 26n March 4 1707 John Adams was Inaugurated president of the United States In the old statehouse at Phila dolphin Although the day was favor able there was no parade or gathering of a large assemblage Although the generally accepted ac- Counts of Jeffersons Inauguration make It appear that he rode to the cap ltol on horseback without attendance and that the ceremony was of till simplest kind a newspaper of the day states that on this day President Elect Jefferson was escorted from his lodgings to the capltol by a body of militia and a procession of citizens Jeffersons second Inauguration o March f ISO was simpler If possible than his first A Ceremonious Occasion The Inauguration of mimics Madlwon was the first ceremony wlikh was made a groat occasion The tiny wu ushered In by a federalI salute maid at an early hour tho voluntcer corps of militia began to assemble So gretit was the crowd that the oath of ofllce was administered In tho old hall of representatives now statuary hall at the capltol For tho first tlmo in tic history of Inaugurations the various branches of tho government were ash eivd Into the hall with ceremonious pomp and parade James Bali vii was Inaugurated thf setoud time on March 4 1813 Ho had a military escort and the cereinonlf in tie house of representatives were similar to thoso of his first Inaugura tion la the evening there was an In augurn lIon boll at Davis hotel which Is now the Metropolitan The 4th of March 1817 was a beau tiful tiny and there wits a largo crowd to witness the Inauguration ceremo ales Tho president elect and vice president elect left the private rest fence of President Monroenttendcd bya large cavalcade of citizens on horseback They were met at the oapl J 4 4I- r o I tol by the militia and tho ceremony took place r In the senate chamber which Is now the supreme court room As the day foij the second Inaugurn tion of James Monroe fell on Sunday the ceremony took place the following day Monday March 0 QuincY Adams was Inaugurated IJohn 4 1825 and tho day was one displayI bUt House and here they were Joined by the military escort and the proces sion headed bt time cavalry moved at once to the capitol The Inauguration of Old Hickory took lilaco on March 4 1820 nnd was a memorable one The friends of President John Quincy Adams had INAUGURATION IN OF the agreed not tl partlJiato In the In augural coronionki anti the only nut formed military company In the lIHls trlct of Columbia declined to offer its escort to the president eh jt A company of Revolutionary off ors and sol titers however organize nnd ten dered their services to Gnneral Jack son ns an escort and he rode to the capitol In an open carriage The second inauguration of Andre Jackson way very simple There was no military escort no outward display anti no procession The 4th of March 1838 was a beautiful day and time inauguration core monies of Martin Van Buren weje elaborate nnd the crowds In Wash I ington severely taxed the capacity Of I the city Van Buren was the first nil live American citizen inaugurated 1 president for all the others had belf born as British subjects A Notable Celebration The inauguration of Old Tlppcca noo was one of the greatest events that ever occurred In the national cap- Ital After the furious campaign which preceded his election great crowds gathered In Washington to witness the Inauguration Exactly one month after this Presi dent Harrison died and on April C John Tyler took the oath of ofllce be fore William Cranch chief judge of the circuit court of the District of Co lumbia It was a cold rainy day when Presto dent Polk was Inaugurated but there was a long procession of the military as well as civic organizations Zachary Taylor lad fine weather unlimited nolso and great ceremonies attending his Inauguration As the 4th fell on Sundpy he was inaugurated on Monday As President Taylor died on July 0 one year after his Inauguration Vice President Mlllard Flllmoro took the oath of office on July 10 In the house of representatives Thd inauguration of Franklin Pierce was unique in the fact that tho vice president elect William H King was not in Washington to be sworn into once but was on a mission to Cuba and took the oath of ofllce at a plantation on the hills above Matanzds at the same time President Elect Fieri was being sworn In in WnshlrigtocfiT There was tio Inaugural ball The 4th of March 1857 was a splen did tiny and James Buchanan was in auguri ted with much pomp and cere mony After reaching the White Houso President Buchanan heJda public reception and at night attended the inauguration ball which was held in a building In Judiciary square erect ed for that purpose The Lincoln Festivities Abraham Lincoln hud a bright clear day for his first inauguration but it rained and tho streets were wet arid muddy when he took his second oath of office The martyr president went to the capital from Springfield by way of Indianapolis Columbus Cleveland Plttsburg nod Philadelphia and al though he was given receptions nil along tthe way when ho reached Har rlsburg on account of threatened violence It was tthought best to change the plans and he proceeded to Phila delphia In one of the public cars and arriving there at midnight he entered the New York sleeper and passed through Baltimore undisturbed and ar rived h Washington at 030 on the morning of Feb 23 He remained at Wlllnrd lintel until the Inauguration day when President Buchanan called for him and In an open carriage the party proceeded to the capitol In or l der to avoid threatened violence the president and president elect In their carriage were preceded by a company of Infantry double tiles of time Dis trict cavalry on either side and lute fantry and other military organiza tions following In the long proees eloij there was a large car or donr representing the constitution and the Union each state being represented bya little girl dressed In while A battalion of District troops guarded the steps of the capitol The ceremony of swearing In the vice president In the senate completed the entire party marched to the east portico of tho capitol where the great scene of swearing In Abraham Lincoln topk placeThe civil war was In progress when Mr Lincoln was Inaugurated for they second time There were evidences of the war everywhere and gloom mil sadness covered the whole land 111 The presidentt went to the capitol eart ly to sign illsI anti therefore the par rtitfe rched dwn without him the procession IK wrver was noteworthy 1 J dr Tl Ly 194 M c I t I DkSlfROOSEVELT DELIVERING HIS INAUGURAL w o n- jl tD n 1RFSCUINIACAIY1IVE t T1 AlV- jj SAVING A HERD BY BUFFALO BILL FROMTRUE TAIL S OF THE PLAINS OOPVRtaKT190BBY rCODY TINE 18 1869 under General Eu gene A Carr saw us hunting for I 1a band of Indian dog soldiers who were like the Irishmans a here there and at times every here Nebraska Colorado and Kansas were 1 excited over the depredations of ese renegades They hnd murdered ght and left had captured several I n destroywngonio trail of some shod nnlmals What tcnslfled our desire to punish or cap irtf them was the fact that they had imo white captives Mrs Aldcrdlce hose husband and children they hail lied anti Mrs T elgel wlise bus nd and family had also been mas credo and these two women were own to be still alive and with them tiltt last we got on their trail and bar most daily skirmishes and General err decided to use some stratagem b sec If we could not get them In a Ight place He consulted with med after a day of continual skirmish g and a night attack he ordered a trograde movement which created good deal of discussion between the fficcrs and men nt the time Appar ntly abandoning the pursuit he reo red as If r Ins back to tlu fort and i two or three Cays ni ho surmised tio Indiana were nowhere to be seen ring cond to the ooricIuJmi that re were illrhcirlenctl find that they buld TvMi l iapuU tie a little re OSQ themselves Thb was exactly hat our wily cpuimcv cr desired as e Intended to retrace his nteps and atch them sleerln 60 bsln7 cure bat there were rj Indians 1 In sight b packed all the grub l oile en the ilea burned the wag s aid im dimenta ard IsinieClalcl started to eke forced marches In their dire mAs I had Burinlacd they were head is for Summit Springs a few miles mth of the Platte river nnd among e sand hills which formed a beau tal little oasis as It were for a mp ground Striking their trail by grog from their dally campfires we adc In one day the same dIstance- t they made In three but when r the Springs as we saw the trail ittlng fresher we covered four of clr days journeylngs wfth all their feodlmcnta and village outfit In One iy and landed at the Opportune mo put ready for business while the ene y hnd been thrown off their guard id gave us an opening that resulted gloriously that this battle Is recog zcd as having been one of the most active In the early breaking of the wer of the red man on the plains In Carrs Campaigns General Carr ritesOn Sunday July 11 1809 I was Inking of going to the river to wate j horses when Buffalo Bill came ick and said I have seen the village is over a ridge away from the river alley We bind not seen the trail for tnp time They had followed an old stom of trailing along the ridge here we had dismounted to cross It nd going so liat any one followingthem would be Islble from camp Codys Idea was t got around beyond and between and the river Ho changed 1em quickly anti went on and I took b the gallop for several miles through ho deep sad and got to the top of n- and hill or mound Sonic Pawnees way off to the left on the bluff beck ned me ntl I went The Pawnees olnted over the ridge and said lions oss I saw what looked like a band if ponies but said No buffalo They laid1 No lio boss boss They took my lasses and looked and said Yes lions Better Not Get- lyspepsia it prevents Dyspepsia by effectually helping Nature Indigestion Indigestion A great many people Tyhq have trifled with Indlgeijtion hqviqbjjenI lorry for nervous or chronic dyspepsia resulted and they have not been able to euro It Use Kodol and prevent haying Dyspepsia Everyone Is subject to indigos tlon Stomach derangement follows s stomach abuse just as naturally t and just as surely as a sound and I stomach results upon the taking ot Kodol t When you experience sourness ic stomach belching of gas and nauseating fluid bloated pawing pain In tho pit of the Jftomacb heart burn socalled headaches dullness or r chronic tired feeling you need Ko viol And thou the quicker you take Xodotthe batter i8at what you Want let dg tltI Ordinary dyspepsia tab seta phyalcaV etc Tare not likely i jto be of much benefit to you In dltesttv1Iu lta Pepsin Ii Daly- i 1 y 1- 1r1 b G I I looked and sure enough they were lionlcg grazing and the camp no douji wan how I remitted the Pawnees a wits their custom to strip and take 01T their saddles und all their uniforms but to keep on their drawers so as to be recognized us friendly I had sen word to Colonel Royal and he sent ui Major Walkers company and came 01 with the rest I placed the Pawnees on the left and two companies of thi Iflfth cavalry In the center nnd one ot Captain Prices on the right I told Major Eugene Crittenden to take command of the center and I would takt the reserve and send up reenforce ments as required When we all got started I told the bugler behind me to sound the charge and we were among the enemj before they had any Idea that we were with In a thousand miles Then I heard the rattling of rifles on the right and left plainly distinguishing the basso sound of Buffalo Bills trusty rifle old Lu cretin Borgia Buffalo Bill got pretty well arount the village when he went In on Cap tain Prices right As he advanced lit saw a chief on a horse charging about and haranguing his men lie and his party laid for him and as he came nearer Buffalo Bill shot him off his horse and got tho animal This was the celebrated race horse Tall Bull which he Cody rode for a long tlm and with it won many exciting races When he cme into camp Mrs Tal Bull said tilt it was her husbands horse leaving no doubt about the fact that Buffalc Bill bind killed the chief On this occasion the Indians had two white captives Mrs Aldcrdlce ol Missouri whom they killed during the fight and Mrs Wcjgcl of Kansas whc had been shot In the back with a pis tol bullet which broke a rib but war deflected and passed around and lodg ed below her left breast Fifteen hun dred dollars In gold silver und green backs which was gathered In the camps was given her and she went back remarried and proved up hex claim Next morning we dug a grave on a hill above the village and burled Mrs Alderdlce the surgeon reading the service I detailed a board of officers to count the dead Indians and notwith standing that it is their custom to car ry away the wounded and to hide 01 bury the dead we found elxtyelghl dead bodies on the field r r r r r r As chief of scouts under General Phil Sheridan I and the men were rest ing at Fort after a hazardous expedition and a long and suc cessful chase It was a quiet June evening und we were enjoying refresh Ing breezes A detail had left the tort to water + he government herd of horses and mules in the nearby Platte river when shots were heard Every one was on his feet In a moment for it was learned that a party of SIoux Indians had dashed from the cotton wood trees shooting shouting and waving blankets and had stampeded- a herd oJf about 400 animals The In dlans had killed two of the herders and wounded another Some of the herd ran for the corral where they were accustomed to go for the night but the Indians got away with about 20Q and started for the bluffs south of the fort All was excitement but as was lily custom I bad my war horse Old Buckskin Joe near at hand and was mounted in time to make a recon uolssanco and note the direction in which the Indiana bad disappeared with the government stock General William II Emory had his bugler sound tho boots and saddles and by the time I returned for in y If you can help Kock to Relieve But dont trifle with itwhenn healthy sensation diarrhoea Kodol pepHitf McPherson J a partial 1lgeaterandpby ies aro not dlgcst rs at all Kodol IB a perfect digester Ill you could see Kodol dlgestlngeveryi particle of food of all kinds in tho glass testtuben In our laboratories you would knpw this just as well as wo do- Ntltureand Kodol will always cure a sick stomachbut in order to bo cured the stomach must rest That is what Kodol doesrests the Stomach while the stomach gets weUJustaB simple as A B 0 Our Guarantee getVdollarentire contents of the bottle if you eaa I honestly say that It has not done you any good return the bottle to the druggist ant lie win refund your money without quee- t drulttIithr 271 ana to but one in a fatally Tlte large be I toe contains Stf tlaa M much aa the attar cent bottl- eKodolIs prepared at the labors torlMQf XG D Witt ft CoChlcac6 t r ru structlons five troops of cavalry were busy saddling up getting their arms ammunition nail some supplies One company 1 Fifth United States cav alry were the first troops saddled and ready for the chase Their officer p young lieutenant by the name of Karl D Thomas now Brigadier General Thomas and in command of the de partment of Colorado was Just out from West Point full of anibltlon and delighted to be in command in the ab sence of his superiors General Em ory and myself agreed on the necessity of quick action and to the delight of young Thomas ho wns ordered with his troop to follow me while the other troops us soon as ready would follow Fours right Trot Gallop And we dashed off We followed at a gal lop until dark but did not get a sight I of the Indlrns and tile tracks showed that they were whooping It up on the run A halt wits called to give the pulling horses a rest and Thomas con sulted me His orders were to follow und recapture the animals I told Thomas I ould follow the trail at night If necessary and awaited his an swer I will follow you Mr Cody as I was told to do so and I will go wher ever you propose After a short resft Mount and forward was the order and the chase was continued During the night the Indians repeatedly dou bled on their trail We did not reach a Medicine creek where we got water for men and horses until 11 oclock the next day The trail showed that the Indians were headed southwest In the direction ly of Red Willow Springs Knowing that there as no water between Med icine creek and the Red Willow I was sure that the Indians would make a stop there as it was many miles from of there to the next water We decided It was best to keep continuously on tho job and us the Indians must make all some stop to rest and eat we could overlap them When the horses were rested and as we had nothing on hand to eat to delay us and had had noth ing since dinner the day before our best possibility for a meal was to over take the Indians surprise them whip them and capture what dried meat they had After leaving the creek the Indians began their old tricks in trying to hide their trail by devices well known to me but I paid no attention to this knowing what must be their next stop ping place and I was ns familiar with that part of the country ns they were Straight on we kept to the Springs ex cept that occasionally we went out ors the direct line to keep In low places between the sand hills so as not to be seen At 0 oclock that night we halt ed four miles from the Springs Ad vising Thomas to allow the men to un saddle and unbridle letting each see ond man hold two horses by their hal ters und BO let them feed on the grass changing the men every two hours so they could get some sleep I disguised myself as an Indian nnd started off to locate the hostiles and be back In time so as to attack them at daylight No fires were to be lighted nnd all were to be silent until my return Before I left half of the tired men of the little band were slumbering One hour later I had seen the camp just as I expected In fancied security believing that wo could not be within a days march of themCrawling back till I could hoof it on the run I found the boys as I had left them Quietly they were called to sad It die up instructions were given men were detailed to pay particular atten tion to recapturing and rounding up the herd and others were instructed ns to the attack on the camp I estimat ed the Indians to number about thirty and there were fortytwo of us Ten were to creep up to the sleeping In dians on foot and be ready to work in open order Twenty besides the lieu tenant and myself were to charge on horseback The rest were to bring in the remaining horses attack the tier ers and round up the entire herd We attacked at break of day and tilt whole scheme worked well The tlrel lot were surprised when awakened toI meet their foes Kus of them were sent to sleep forever Many had kept their war horses near them ana hastily mounting they escaped withI several picked horses from our band Among them was ono of my favorite war horses Powder Face which one of them who probably knew him hidl appropriated for his own use As soon as the fight was over and I saw that we had captured some of their herd as well us our own I saw that Powder Face was not with them but I recognized him half a mile away his rider heading for the hills ThisI made me hot and knowing that thet Indians would think others were fol lowing me I dashed after them Old Buckskin Joe soon began to gain and I got near enough for a shot My firstt shot killed the horse that an Indianl was riding alongside of Powder Face and his rider was soon up behind in the usual manner they try to save al warrior riding backward shooting at me with his revolver Powder FaceI was as swift as Joe Being In theI rough sand hills and haying a dpubleI S a1- 4its 1 Fresh rrJ VCuarfltfiI lnCna i I Hni CFttS IIweFAMOUS COLLECTION1 pip 00 Dr Tonita Sic 1 pop TrliMH Rt41 h Irb I 1 pti BeltGrowing Cthrr Ji 1 pli KmrlrlmwktkdCaMitt 1U Htrkit Ull 10 j ltrli = f frwiltI F puktor an4 m+ lre the abor FaBlOI C ll 6Ucn to Mther with our Now and Iniimcllrc CIn OulJ- oGSKAX NOKXlUiUN SKKD CO 1351 tole lt QOkCIItlI111III I I ewatt slslts KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery run OOOLDS PRICE AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED raras weight to enrry Joe In a few minutes got me near enough for a good shot kept closing on them as I did nnt want to hit my old friend Powder Face When I thought It sure as they were riding up over n mound I fired The Indians fell the one bullet going through both and when Powder Fac C heard my voice he ran toward n1e whinnying and with two of the boys who had been ordered to follow close behind mo by the lieutenant we returned to the camp In high glee The found a lot of dried buffalo and deer meat and some fresh antelope and deer with accompanying pepper and salt and copious drafts of spring water so few minutes rejoicing was hind A detail was quickly made up to bury the dead nail as we hail but thre slightly wounded and five horse knocked out the enthusiasm can hart be described The Lurid Glow Of Doom was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son of H M Adams Henrietta Pa His awful pligltd from eczema had tor five years defie remedies and baffled the best doctors who said the poisoned blood ha affected his lungs and nothing could save him But writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is supreme Only SOc Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Not Included After the dry goods salesman hud completed his business with Cyru Craig Centervllles one storekeeper ho asked what was going on In the town Had any entertainments this sen he Inquired No said Mr Craig Not one Salome Howes pupils have given two concerts piano anti organ and the principal of the cademy has lecture twice once on Our National Forests and once on Stones as I Know Them but as far as entertainments are concerned Ccntervllle hasnt got round t- em e yet this seasonYouths Cora panlon This is the most dangerous time of the year to catch cold and it is thE hardest time to onre it If yon nhonl takea cold a few doses of Kennedy Laxaitve Cough Syrup will act ver promptly Its laxative principle curt tbe cold by driving it from the svste- by a gentle but natural notion of tb bowels Children especially like Ken nodys Laxative Cough Byrup as iII tastes good neatly like maple sugar is sold by all druggists = A Gentleman from Mississippi makingIbattle 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 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The Growing Little Town Told In An Entertaining WadLyons Johnston Wedding NO POSTOFFICE AT ROSETTA Ernest Meador is quite sick Mrs Raymond Meador who has been confined to her bed with tonsilitus is convalescentIJohn Cooke is quite lame with rheumatism in the knee joint Willie Penick continues very sick but at this writing is thought to be a little better Will Harrington will move back to this neighborhood from Constantine asI soon as his house is completed that is now being built for his occupancy We are glad to welcome he and his family as citizens again Miss Mattie Smith is visiting Misses Mattie and Stella Lyon this week J Mrs Emma Meador is able to call up on her old friends again after being 1 Calicos best goods 5o Blench Cotton 4t to TO Outing Cloth Tie All Wool Dress Goods 38c All Colors of Moirs 39c Percales from 7c to lOc Ginghams from 5c to 8c Waist Goods from 7c to 16c c Old Hickory Shirting 7t rind 8c Good Quality Jeans 23c t Best Quality Blue 12io s Towels from So each to pair 36c Mend Collars each 8c Ladies Hose from 80 pair to 19c Childrens Hose from 8c pair to 10o Mens Socks from 8c pair to 26o laid up for a time with fa dislocated ankleMr A B Oliver has another new piano The one ho purchased first proved unsatisfactory he returned it back to the house and had a better instrument placed instead We are told it is very pretty Since the rains we have mud mud nothing but mud David Penick has not moved into his new house yet owing to the serious sickness of his brother Willie and his own affliction of sore eyes which have been giving him serious trouble Miss Lizzie Hall of Webster visited the family of Mr James Harrington- Sr for two weeks On Sunday she returned home accompanied by A B SuterMiss Lizzie Hall was the guest of honor at the home of Miss Pearl Rhodes on Saturday evening from eight to eleven The following guests were in attendance Misses Lizzie Hall Lora Harrington Eliza Taylor Rhodes and Bettio Taylor Messrs A B Suter Joe Trent and Jeff Bruner Miss Melony Butler is on the sick listMiss Bettie Taylor gave a social tea in honor of Miss Lizzie Hall The ladies were Misses Lizzie Hall Lora Harrington and Pearl Rhodes gentle men were Messrs A B Suter and Jeff BrunerHenry Board moved his family back to his farm Thursday They have been occupying the parsonage during the past two years On account of the heavy rains we have had no mail since Saturday Sinking Creek is on a tear The water is higher than it has been for I Butler sold twenty sheep withl their lambs to Leander Heir this week He also shipped a load ofcalves to Garfield for the Louisville market but they will have to be brought back un til the trains start their traffic again Mr and Mrs Alf Taylor eqtertained Miss Elizabeth Hall Miss Lora Har rington and Mr Jeff Bruner to tea on the eighteenth Miss Stella Lyons and Mr Lewis Johnston were united in wedlock o Feb 28 at the home of the bride Rev Martin officiating The attendants were Miss Mattie Lyons a sister and Mr Herman Blair The postoffice has been at Rosetta Custer has petitioned to the Postmaster General for the mail from this place to be sent from Gar field Rene Bennett and wife moved into the parsonage Thursday Mr Bennett recently sold his farm and will occupy the parsonage until he decides what he will do in the future j Joe Milburn has returned from Texas to be a permanent citIzen of Custertt Mr Ed Haynes a brother of Jas Haynes Is seriously ill at his home near Big Spring Mr Jas Haynes was call ed to see him Tuesday He is some better but owing to his age 74 there or Denim STALL AT COST Neck Ties at 19c to 390 Work Shirts 40c Fine Shirts 39c and 76c 42 piece Set Dishes 376 HARDWARE AND AT COST PAINT AT COST FURNI TURE AT COST Childrens Shoes horn 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 100 to 425 Carpet Slippers pair 32o I il r tg i IS CRIP A Which Over the Land r Every Year withstand tfa Read What Victims of the Grip Say After Effects of Grip Mr K Esvcld Company B 21st Michigan V r39 Hermitage St Grand Rapids Mich writes I felt with advancing years that m vigor failed mo and rear of polsonin- my system with noxious medicines prevented my taking anything for it until noting the effect Foruna had on several of my comrades I mado up my mind it would be good for mo I suffered for years from effects of the la grippe which seemed to settle Five bottles of Pcrnna macho new- man of me I wish that I had known of Pcrnna years ago and then it would have saved mo much suffering B Allen Potoskey Mich writesICBoth my husband and myself were seriously ill with la grippe One day I saw an advertisement Peruno in papor and asked him to cet mo bottle Ho had no faith in it got the medicine I took it and bUtII diately began to improve is very slights chance of his recovery Friends of Mr Mack Meador sympa thise with him over the death of his wife who was taken from him few weeks ago They had only been married few years and were so happy and contented It is sad to witness the I breaking up of a happy home For long time I could not persuado him to take it but finally ho began to take Perttna too and ho now Is as on thusiaatlo in its praise as am Poruna also cured my husband of ttiQontyAvogyears standingBad CASs of Grip 1Mrs Gentry Gates East Lake Ala grippeIcould get no relief 1 tried Poruna and it cured mo I 1can solely say that it is fine medicine I havo used it in our family often and find it to bo good- Systcmlc Catarrh Follows Grip Mrs Jennie W Cecil Big Cabin Indian Territory formerly housekeeper for Indiana Reform Sohool for Boys writesSix years ago had la grippe which was followed by systomio catarrh The only thing I used was Peruna and Mana lln and I have been in hotter health the last three years than for years before I give Poruna all tho credit for my good health John Cooke is in the timber business again Jim Mitcham sold him nice lot off of his farm recently Roscoe Lyon son of Mr and Mrs Jno Lyon was buried at the Good Hope burying ground the eleventh of Feb ruary He had been effected with that dread disease consumption for several COSIPRICEKnns2 From Saturday 27 produce Goods x J l i Shoes r I + v I 1 I i a t a a t a a a a a ALL 35 TO 65 PR Caps from 19c to each 750 Hats from 65o to each 150I ALL CANNED GOODS AT 8C CAN r Coffee good 10Jo Beans pound 4io Meat pound 9o Soap cake l40Crackers 4c Underwear 69c IP ho can grip that clutches thou sands in its grasj Can arty one hide fill its terror Can any one afford 1 ignore its consequences A remedy to allay iit ferocity during its attack A remedy to mitigate to the system Can anything more fa done tIs not Perttna the re nowned catarrh medicine such a remedy I Many of pet pie think so Grip Entirely Relieved Rev Georgo A E Troutman Mt Washington Mo writes My wife and I aro strong believers in Pernna I was cared of a boo case of catarrh when nothing else that I tried had any effect My wife was cured from a severe caso of la grippe and we fool that tho least wo can do is to gratefully acknowledge the merit of Pernna My wife joins mo in sending best wishes for your success Grip With Other Symptoms- Mr E B StlognitZj Nopal Texas writes 1 take pleasure In testifying that Poruna quickly helped me in a severe attack of tho grip accompanied by pain in tho kidneys- I often jok jtho Peruna and called It good biers but havo now learned that it is a good medicine- I give this testimonial for tho benefit of other sufferers A Tonic Alter La Grippe Mrs Charles fe Wells Sr South 8k Delaware Ohio writes After n severe attack of la grippe I took Per na and found it a very Soodt tonic y ears and we knew he was doomed but when the test came to give him up his friends were not ready He was a model son a loving brother and a kind friend We wish there were morn like him He leaves a father mother one sister and three brothers They all have the sympathy of their many friends 5 ail day until 17th will sell at cost for cash c p Dry c yearsLogan NOTIONS TINWARE I I OVERSHOES FROM pound 0 k remorsele damages thousands 1 I 1 Ladies Underwear good garment 1ge Ladies Underwear best garment 89e I Suits from 248 to 750 Each we will sell at from 9 to 12 in the 4 III IIIBRING IF I DO IT II I I IR M JOLLY EPIDEMIC CATARRH CALLED WorldWide Scourge Sweeps Nearly kidneysn Gripd Every March Feb absolute Groceries 45cfCoffee boxrUnderwearM- ons suit dreatlfulltalll1Of periodically ClothingM- ens Saturday Auction oclock morning I THESE PRICES AND SEE NOT MEAN I V Irvington KyI = Y Jhn