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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTrVOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 10 1909 8 Pates NG 34 d Contents of This Weeks News Annual Report of Irvington Fresh y terian Church Some Experiences of CloverpoJt t girls What Folks Say About The News Mr Tafts Inaugural Address Pictures of Local Interest Gentleman from Mississippi Valuable Advertisements Miscellaneous Matter EditorialI Paragraphs iiijry Stephensport Newsii Personal and Local L Hardinsburg Items f Irvington Personals Glendeane News n Death Accounts Wedding Notices Big Spring Newsd Raymond Items r- rr Shooting Affrays Garfield Items SHOT IN FACE John Loesch Suffering DreadfullyI As a Result Of a Shooting Affray Saturday Night Tobinsport Ind March 8Speclal John Loepch was shot in the face with a shotgun by Price Wilson Saturday evening The shooting took place four miles West of Rome Ind at Wilsons house It seems that Roesch was and the influence of whiskey and went toy Wilsons house to run things his wa when Wilson objected and emptied the contents of his gun into Loeschs fac Loesch is the looser of one eye and is a critical condition Kills WouldBe Slayer A merciless murderer is Appendicitis s with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Constipation i Biliousness Chills Malaria Headache and Indigestion 25c at Severs Drug Store Buried At Dukes k The remains of Frank Johnson who died of consumption were brought here Friday for burial in the cemetery at Dukes He died at Maceo and was twentyfour years of age Mr Johnson was the son of J T Johnson MR DYERDIES AT PHILPOT An Old and Loved Citizen of Clo verport Goes To His Reward After a Years Illness FUNERAL HELD FRIDAY James Jasper Dyer died Thursday at the home of Dr and Mrs James Harris at Philpot The funeral was held Fri day morning at eleven oclock at Pleas ant Grove church in Daviess and the services were conducted countyII Rev B M Currle and Dr presiding elder The interment took place in the church graveyard Mr Dyer vras born near Forks o Rough in 1832 and had lived in this city fortyfive years He was three times Besides his wife he is survived by the following children Chas and Tom Dyer Mrs James Harris and Miss Clara Dyer Yesterday a year ago Mr Dyer book ed his last piece of work at his wagon shop here and had been ill ever since His death was expected several times last summer and his children were called to his bedside but he rallied un til last Thursday Mr Dyers life was well spent T say he was a good man is repeatin- what g has been sincerely and many times said by his fellow citizens His heart was full of love and kind ness for his family and neighbors hi work and plans were for the welfare off all those with whom he was daily as socl ted The Methodist Church was sweet as home to him The members showedI their devotion to him all through his illness and sent a beautiful floral offer gravelGREAT SHOCK MrtoGuthrie To The Citizens Of elIardinsburgSplendid inBusiness Man Hardinsburg KyMarch 8Edward1 Guthrie one of the bestknown busi ness men of this county was found deadi with his read through the iron plcekts of the fence surrounding the courthouse The body was discovered by some boys and they immediately summoned sever al men who removed it from the post lion The supposition is that he was seized with a heart attack while passing and leaned on the fence and becoming faint his neck became lodged between the pickets Mr Guthrie who was the proprietor of a drug store here left his place off business pnly an hour before his body was found His neck was broken Mr Gttthrio was thirtysix years of age and unmarried He leaves a brother Allen Guthrie1 who was associated with him in business and Bud Guthrie a groper IJ M WtNWIr W W AA lV The Way Our rII I SHOESare moving proves they are all right A large stock to select from We are sure to please you We have t The High Cut and The Lowz Cut Heavy light Medium s Any kind you want Little Tots and grownups Let us fit you next pair you needr RUBBERS For Damp and Wet Ground r 1 JC NOL TE BRO CLOVERPORT KY i l n- 1i w THE REV JENKINS BapfI tist is one of the best evangel I ists of the State Prospects are excell dant for a splendid meeting notwithstanding the inclement weather IRVINGTON NEWS- PERSONALLOCAL Mr Edwin Foote and Miss Fannie i Moore Surprise Their Friends Cloverport Boys Go 0ACuurtine J i LONNiE DOWELL FARM SOLD- f Miss Theolia Pearson who has been spending the past two weeks here visit ing Misses Claudia and Maggie Bandy returned to her home at Cecillan Wednesday Mr Edwin Jolly was in Ekron last week on a business trip Mr W S Winterbower of West Point spent two days here last week buying horses and mules He bought three very fine saddle and harness horses from Taylor Dowell at fancy prices and one fine harness mare from JM Herddon Mr Ed Alexander returned the first of the week from Cincinnati where he went on a business trip Mr Ben Clarkson after a two weeks trip to Louisville passed through town Sunday on his way to Big Spring and was the guest of Mr and Mrs H H Kemper Misses Maggie Carter and Anna Mae Mattingly of Cloverport have returned home after being the guests of Mr and Mrs Worland Carter and Misses Maggie and Julia Greenwood Mr G O Blanford was in Washington last week visiting the principal places of interest and while there was the guest of his brother Mr Murray Blanford Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons Jr of andfMrs Jonas Lyons Sunday The Misses McGlothlan entertained a fewfriends to a 42 party on last Friday evening Mrs B S McAfee after a few days visit to Cldverport the guest of her mother Mrs Mullen returned home SundayMr Foote of near here and Miss Fannie Moore of McDaniels surprised their friends by going to Louisville on last Thursday and getting married They were married in the parlor of the Williard Hotel at 4 oclock by the Methodist Minister Rev W B Baird Miss Bessie Foote a sister of the groom and Mr Moore the brother of the bride were the only attendants Mr and Mrs Foote arrived at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs G A Foote on Thursday evening where a reception was given for them including only the immediate relatives and friends The newlyweds have the best wishes of their many friends of the city and country for a happy and prosperous lifeMisses Claudia andMaggie Bandy en tertained sixteen ladies very charming ly Tuesday afternoon to compliment Miss Theocha Pearson of Cecilian A game of 42 was played and later a tempting salad course and an ice were served The guest list included MesJ dames L H Jolly E Vf Graves H H Kemper N B Netherton and E H Jolly Misses Eva Herndon Ellen Munford Nellie Smith Eva and Mabel McGlothlan Mary Peyton Willa Drury and Lelia Turner Mr Vaughan of Louisville State Sunday School Worker gave a very in teresting talk at the Presbyterian church on Saturday afternoon to alarge and appreciative audience Mrs Nora Board and children have returned from a short visit to Hardiiis burg the guest of Mr and Mrs Charlie B ard 1 r 00 I EXPECTS TO WIN W S DEAN of DUNDEE KY This cut is a picture of W S Dean who was given the nomination for Representative last December bv the Republicans of Ohio county Mr Dean was born and reared in Breckenridge county and his many friends here wish him a successful race Miss Lelia Turner left Saturday for Louisville after a pleasant visit herewith her aunt Miss Mary Cornwall Mrs W J Piggolt went to West Point last Thursday to attend Womens Missionary meeting of the Elizabeth town District Among some of the visitors in town Sunday visiting young ladies were Messrs Lawrence Murray Allen Pierce and Hal Murray of Cloverport Fred Bright of Lewisport and Clarence Westerfield of Owensboro Lon Cowley purchased the farm nea ttown belonging to Lonnie Dowell last week for 1400 and took possession at once Mr Dowell will move to town where he has a good position as Rural carrier for Route No2 and contemi platesputting up a nice residence iin the near future A Swollen Jaw is not pleasant Whether its caused by neuralgia toothache or accident Ballards Snow Liniment will reduce thq swelling and relieve the pain Tne groat and snre cute for rheumx tism outs barns bruises scalclfl any and all aches and pains Sold by A R Fisher IRA HUFF STABBED IN HEARTi Tom Tierney Cut on Knee Acc I dent Happened at Lyonia No Eye Witnesses No Arrests Made DEAD MAN LEAVES A FAMILYi Disagreement over the burning of a plant bed caused one man to be kill and another to be seriously injure Mo day afternoon in front of Bivens general store at Lyonia Hancock county five miles from the Daviess county line Ira Huff was stabbed in the heart by Tom Tierney and the latter received stabin his left knee and a dislocated shoulde- Huff died instantly The quarrel began over tho burning of a plant bed whl = h the men had pre pared on a partnership basis They met at the store and hada few words early Monday afternoon which was noticed by several men but it seemed to be a matter that would not result ser iously Both men started to leave th store at the same time and it la sup posed that the trouble was again brought up and they engaged in a fist encounter and drew their knives A woman employed in the store discovered that some kind of trouble was going on in front of the store and look ing out the door saw Huff on the ground and gave a startled cry that attracted several men to the scene Tho coroner at Haweaville was called but no arrests were made Monday night Huff is survived by a wife and four children and Tierney has a wife and two children Owensboro Messenger Mr Huff was a brotherinlaw of Mrs Morrison of this city She and Mr Morrison will attend the funeral today New Saw Mill Huff Kaseyof Ekronhave bought a brand new saw mill and engine They will set it up at Ekron where they have 05000 feet of lumber to saw When through with this tract they will move over to Be Clarksorts and sate 150000 for him Mr Clitrkson intends to put in a bIg Crop of tobacco and will build severs big barns to house it s- yBo alBaKiiuf Powder IIIAbsottltelv 1rtrri II y I Renders the foodmore wholesome and su perior in lightness and flavor The only baking powder made from Royal Grapo Cream of Tartar HARD1NSBURG Marvin Beard and his chief clerk Mr Clark left for Cincinnati Sunday for spring purchases Miss Hannah Pile en route to he home at Mook from her school at Morton town spent Friday with Mrs John Alexander John Alexander was at Buras Satur day and Sunday Miss Arrie Robertson of Glendeane was here Saturday arranging to leav for Bowling Green State Normal srAmon Hook has left for Tar Fork where he is employed by his brother Ed Hook The seats have arrived for the M E Church and are being put in place They will add much to the comfort of the congregation and the beauty of the churchThe ladies of the M E Church have organized a Ladies Aid with the purpose of further supplying the church with necessary equipment for its perfect accommodation of worshipers Mrs Nora Board and children of Ir vington were guests of Mrs Chas Beard several days Cleve Brock and Raymond Dowell spent Sunday in Irvington T J Hook has recently installed four brilliant modern lights for busine houses in our city He went to Ki Friday and put lights in Sheeran Bros storeThe check for the last school money SettlIe ment has been make with all teache I whose schools have been reported closed and all teaching is paid for dateJohn Heston of Basin Springs was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs C M Heston Sunday and Monday Miss Maude Smith is teaching a spring school in the public school1 buildingMarriage s PotvcrnGannaway Joe Morrison spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville Mr and Mrs George Evans are iin Louisville for a few days rThe board of directors of the Breckin ridge Fair Association met Monday and elected the following oiiicers T J Hook President Chas Drury Vice SecreteryEHv Drury and H M Beard solicitors to visit other fairs Morris B Kincheloe was recommended as assistant Secre opening threetAs A token of their appreciation of his valuable services as President of the Breckenridge Fair Association for the last two years Conductor Jerry Tilford and Messrs Jesse Howard of Glendeane and proseatedgant presents Colonel Tilfords gift was a handsome English riding bridle Messrs Howard and Lyddan together presented a beautiful watch charm a four leaf clover design There Is more Catarrh In this section or the country than all other diseases put to gether and until the last few years was sup posed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment pronounced it Incurable Science has proven catarrh to boa constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Is the only con stltutional cure on the market It Is taken Internally In doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it tails to cure uSond for circular and testimonials Toledorlby druggists 75c Take Halls Family fills tor constlration a Was A lien SLittle Harry with his sister and broth toere was bring taught natural history by the governess through the instrumental ityof a game The game was called Barnyard One child was a duck another a turkey and a third a calf and so ona noisy delightful game But little Harry remained ia all the tumult as still as death Far off in a corner he crouched silent and alone The governess spying him approached- e saying indignantly Come Hurry and play with us Hush answered Harry Im lay ing an eggThe Circle magazine for March Dr Bush Cloverport 1st 2nd and 3rd Mondays and Tuesdays Hard insburg 4th Monday 3 days Irving ton Thurday and Friday following 4th Monday 0L0I II Q 10 II OG9j- t FOR SALEo 0 Ii IiOne pair 5yearold horse 11 mules 14 hands well broken One 15 handmare mule One extra good har o ness mare Two cheap 0 mares one in foal Three good horses One fresh Jersey heifer and her heifer calf 0 0 BROSn i Ijj0 HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY O OnIQIKI t0 II COJlQO01 0 qu r- rj uU TT 0- v jrj tj C CI01IJIIcT0 ijt 0JIoI 0 WHEAT FLOUR 0 LoJoCHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD 0o 1111U S GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT Articles Energy 10c will buy Eggs 385 Beef Sirloin 410 Mutton leg 1 445 Milk 1030 Pork ToinZHT 1035 Breakfast foods 1117- o Cheese 1185 0 Butter 1365 Rico 2025 Potatoes295GBeans dried 3040 WHEAT FLOUR6540 ENERGY MUSCLE AND STRENGTHGIVING QUALITIES nOne pound of lour costing 3 cents will go as far asn U two pounds of meat costing 15c to 20c per pound U o In flour that is bleached strength is sacrificed for color on Ask your grocer for LEWISPORT BEST flour U and you will got tho best flour E FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING GROCERS o tjQQ IIII IOJ JII 10III =10II 0 Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees 1 If you do you may find just what you need in thjs department If you are interestS ed in any of tho following proprieties write us at once name aud address If none of these places suit you write us at onceI telling us what you want and where you ivantlit and leti us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business Gil you want cash for your property send price and description at one and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno D Babbage Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc Annual sles 5000 to 6000 a year Pont office in connection which pays snout 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE v Cloverport Ky C7 3T S cres on Unrdlnsburg and 9503 t 1ifiiiis of SlnkliiR road 2 miles from Sample Improvements two onestory dWillIInlts three big barnes hog house and blacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 22 acres in timber white oak black oak beech and sugar true alt Rood size Plenty of Rood water tbo year round Onethird cash and good easy terms on balance Kflfl Ti acres situated IH miles from 3 OUU volt Joins Gabo Pierce Itldgolniid In Rood sliapu good fenctuR one Rood dwel llue house 3 rooms 1 Rood cistern 1 burn 30x48 tout 1 nfiverfullliifj spring two ponds This Is RoodI tobacco whuat and corn laud SO acres in timber white i ak sugar tree and L Leech balance cleared Plenty of Rood fruit Good road to HtephensportZK miles and Rood road to loot 1M wiles This farm Is not worn out It Is good laud IK Just the farm for u man with a small family Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Wol locatea Ilents for tt5 per month C 1 750l acres on Uardlnsburg and PI r Falls of Sinking road 2 miles from Samplo Improvements riwomnir iinrl a Rood big barn BO acres in oak and beech timber Tho oak timber Is good tie timber hooch never bent worked Timber can bej hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plenty good water year round Terms ouo third cash balance 1 ini easy payments FOR StLEA farm containing 230 acres and under tence A nlcu cottage cf Uv 15 rooms two cisterns ti walled cellar wits n store room over It two good stock barns ono tennnt house ILbut Sao tipple and peaCH trees also pears quluces und apricots niosi all kinds of small fruits Including a nice vlnyard of choicest grapes 2oO acres cleared- buluuco In woods 15 acres In grass Wai J troves of black locust sutllclent for posts twlro the whole farm in It lies near Ekrot on L 11 St L 15 It prlco Is J5000 01 long andeasy payments drug0laandd by good prosperous farmers This is Jus the place for some young physician to stoj4 Into a Rood practice and u good drug business An old estaollshod physician wants to retire Is the reason for selling lKor further partlc ulars address JNO D I1AHHAGK Clover port Kv Ir AlWWlMN4 1 = 10 EXPECTED AND I 25 RECEIVED I expected a 10 increase and received 25 Not so bad This letter shows the Business Mans view of graduates of our Bookkeeping and Shorthand course We will teach you actual practice Bookkeeping and Short hand in 28 weeks and guarantee you a position Calls came the past week for two at f10 two at 50 two at 05 and one at SiOO a month Day and Night School Enroll now Get a 25 increase Call phone or write for NEW SPECIAL OFFER and list of graduates Clarks School of Business ISCHOOLI KY ft iAMMMNAMNMiAAMwiAAMA AAI wd IlL r I RURAL TELEPHONES i Mr Farmer are you interested 1 If so call on thomTelegraphCompanymore Line rate CUMBERLAND 1 TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated w 6 wr 6Atn iidl31f161 t t- IP Q t N i IIIII A Gentleman From Mississippi By THOMAS A WISE JVooetxed From the Play by Frederic TR Toomb COPYRIGHT 1009 DY THOMAS A WISE CHAPTER IX A NEW KIND OF 1OLITICAI combination of the forces of and Haines did not THE much favor among tbo that areat the capital Senator Peabody peremptorily demand cd an explanation from Stevens as to bow he had allowed his senator to engage as his secretary this Inquisi I tine man lames a reporter who didnt know his place Hero woo put Langdon on naval1I affairs because wo knew ho didnt un derstnnd whats going on and you Stevens supposed to bo tho finishedI product of the political mill you fall asleep and let him take up a man whom nobody can control one whoi knows the Inside workings of Wash ington and who will take partlcular pleasuro In teaching1 your follow Mississippian far too much for our good Stevens reply to effect that prob ably Haines would consent to be taken care of If Judiciously approached was derided by the observant Pea body A young reformer grows fat on notoriety he laughed and think what a scandal ho would have for his newspaper if wo took a chance on dis closing our hand to him No no ste- vens we must have him watched and try to discredit him In some way Per baps we can make Langdon believe that his secretary is dishonest Congressman Norton was another man who was dismayed at the forma tion of the firm of Langdon and Hanna Young Randolph too could not forget the defeat and humiliation he had pre vlonsly suffered at Haines bands and grew more bitter as the reporters In fluence over his father grew stronger But Haines most effective enemy had arisen In the person he would be the last to suspect one whom ho unceas ingly admired one whoso very words tie had come to cherish And possIbly- It was not all her own fault that Caro Ina Langdon had enlisted her services subtle and quite overwhelming owing to flames fervent worship of her against the secretary Perhaps the so cial system of which she had become a part In Washington had something to do with the craving to become a leader In that fascinating world whose daz zling variety and Infinite diversion seemed to fill her soul with all that it yearned for Love she had for she had now promised to wed Congressman Norton She loved him fondly she had confessed to hire and gradu desperatelyiconvinced by Norton and Randolph would prove a stumbling block to them to her father to herself In her career at the capital If his Influence over the senator should be permitted to exist or to Increase And so on the surface Carolina Langdon was most amiable to tho secretary encouraged him In his attentions to her led him surely Into her power Norton having prevailed on her to keep the knowledge of their en gagement secret from every one even her father The days and nights became filled 4with Important work for Senator Lang don and his secretary Together they went over the Important measures out lined what appeared to be the best course of procedure and carried It Into effect as far as possible Langdon be came a prominent figure In the senate owing to his consistent support of measures that fitted In with the public policy or what should bo the public policy of the nation He had learned that the only practicable way to out wit or to cope with the members of the dominating machine made up he was surprised to see of members of both the partiesthe only two In Washington was to oppose what the machine wanted with enough power to force it to grant him what ho believed deIscilbedI siders on Capitol hill as the only brainy man who had fought the ma chine in thirty years At tho home he had later established In Washington as preferable to the International hotel were frequently seen a small coterie of senators and congressmen who had become known to the sarcastic party bosses in both houses of congress as the Langdon crowd which crowd was admitted to- be somewhat of a factor when It final ly prevailed on tho president to take over 11000 postmasters from tho appointment class and put them under- the control of the civil service commis sloe resulting in the necessity of a competitive examination for these postmasters instead of their securing positions throiiskJJfilltical favoritism KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COLDSrJlllotUoFree W4Fchief AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES aTTAIitLNTJblED L3ATIfdFA0T0E OR MOXEY REFUNDED o n Those who did not know Langdont foliorought to bo taken care ot What iin Gods name docs he want A commit chairmanship An ambassadorship for some Mississippi charcoal burner A couple of federal judgeships for hisI friends Well whatever it Is give i to him and get him in with the rest ot usl Again It was Peabody who had th deciding say 1Theres only ono thing worse than a young reformer and thats an of one he laughed bitterly at a secret conclave at his apartment in the lux- urIous Louis Napolebn hotel The young one thinks be is going to live and wants our future profits for himself The old one thinks hes going to die and hes sore at leaving so much graft behind him Heads and hearts thinking and throb bing together Langdon and his secre tary flames plodded along They had learnci to lean on each other the young gaining Inspiration from thoI old the old gaining strength from the young They loved each other and more than any love they trusted one another And Hope Georgia watched believedlwltheen years of Innocent girlhood that Mr Bud HaInes was quite the finest specimen of young manhood this world had ever produced How ouldii he have happened She was sure thatI she had never mot his equal not even In that memorable week she had spentII In Jackson The passing weeks taught IIalnesII that he was deeply in love with Caro Tina and though he had endeavored I to keep the knowledge of this fromIher her womans Intuition lead told her his secret and she stifled the momenll tary regrets that flitted into her mind because she was now In the games herself the Washington game that ensnares the woman as well as the man and makes her a slave to its fancy No one but herself and Norton knew how deeply she bad plunged on a certain possible turn of the po litical cards She must not she could not lose It life itself were to remain of value to her and on her sway over this secretary she was told it all de pendedA that for some unexplainable l reason frequently lodged in HaInes mind was that of the apparent assiduity with which Mrs Spangler cultivated Senator Langdons friend ship For several years she had occu- pIed a high social position at the capi tal he well knew but various Indefi nite intangible rumors he had heard he could not state exactly where had made him regret her growing intimacy with the girls and with the senator They had met her through letters of Introduction of the most trustworthy and assuring character from people of highest social rank in Virginia where the Langdons had many friends but even so Haines realized people who write Introductory letters are some times thoughtless in considering all the circumstances of the parties they Introduce and residents of Virginia who had not been In the capital for years might be forgiven for not knowing of hall the more recent developments In tho lives of those they knew in Wash ington While not wishing to have the senator know of his intention tho sec retary determined to investigate Mrs Spangler and her present mode of life at his first opportunity hoping the white that his quest would reveal her to be what the Langdons considered hera widow of wealth fashion and reserve who resided at the capital because the memories of her late hus band a former congressman of high standing were associated with it oneInext day Haines was somewhat puzzled at tho pe onIAnswering the secretarys look of inquiry th- eMississippian said Ivo been told that I can name the new holder of a five thousand dollar a year posI- tion l In the department of com merco and labor IVa kayoHomes 1 noon in partlcu I lar from my state to name that that you would be a good man for the job First I was glad for your sake my boy for if you wanted it you could have the position But on thinking fit oVcr it seemed there might bo some tiling behind it not showing on the sur face lilts a trick said Haines Who made the offer Senator Stevens I might have known hotly responded the secretary Theres a crowd that wants you and me separat fomer td rqbJ1DrJ1lMQDrtts t4ro 1iJ4 1it c + f f hair in a perplexed manner strange Isnt It senator that a man of your party Is offered this desirable piece of patronage entirely unsolicited on your part from the administration of an other a different political party Espe cially when that other party has so many hungry would bobu caters clamoring to enter tho land of milk and honey I think Stevens dcllber atcly There there Bud broke In Lang don you mustnt say anything against Senator Stcveua to me True ho nsso elates with some folks I dont approve of but that doesnt necessarily mean anything wrong and I myself have al ways found him thoroughly honest uYcs muttered the secretary fol lowing the senator into the library youve always found him honest because you think everybodys honest but Stevens Is Just the doctor who will euro you of this ailment this chronic trustfulness tHaines laughed softly When Pea bodys little Stele gets through hack poUticalIpolit ical corruption will need new edges hisdsecretary had suspicion of any ques tionable deal In regard to the gulf naval base The rush of other events particularly the fight over the reduc tion of the tariff had pushed this project tempora rily into the back ground so far as they were con corned though the boss of the senate and his satellites had been losing no time In perfecting their plans regarding the choice of Altacoo la as the site- Peabody and Stevens had inWI genlously exploit ed Langdou atUcttcr sec Senator every possible opLanu on portunlty in relation to the naval base Asked about new developments In the rommlttee on naval affairs the ready answer was Better see Senator Langdon Ho knows all about the naval base tins the matter In full- harge I really know little about It1 So by hiding behind the unsuspect- Ing old hero of Crawfordsvllle they diverted from themselves any possible and placed Langdon where he would have to bear the brunt of the great scandal that would they well knew come out at some future time after their foul conspiracy against the nation had been consum mated after the fruits of their betrayal had been secured What after all the schemers con cluded Is the little matter of an Investigation among senators to guilty sen ators who deeply versed In the law have destroyed every compromIsingdocument could be admls Bib I cas evi denceWhy the senate would appoint an Investigating committee and Investigate it self would it not when the ridiculous scan comatI what senatordal And That sonwould fourhlmscifr ator would fear himself or for himself as he Investigated himself when tho blame had already been put publicly on some one else some simple minded old soul who could go back to is cotton fields in Mississippi and for get all about it strong in his innocence even though shorn of reputation and desire to live To be Continued The Lurid Glow Of Doom was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son of H M Adams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had tor five years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors who said the poisoned blood had 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 Care of Snowshoes Snowshoes need very little care You dont have to wipe theta dry with a chamois for instance the prescribed treatment for skates Whoa taking them off merely tap them against the wall or a tree to shake free the cling ing snow and stand them up on their heels outside Never attempt to dry them before a lire When they are put away for the summer select a dry place whero there will be no danger of mlceCountry Life In Amprlca We Buy FURSHides WQI Fetxthen Tallow Beetwu CtaieBr ColdenSoaYellpwRootblarAppleWild ttubUed iin t18560rer lull a century in- L impeaedandobetterfaywduoag- ents or cctmaMooo aefiin ateuy Dank in Louinib Writ for wwUy nee litltaodi4upyiegtses M lab foils218 IT Market St LOUISVILLE KY Z r The CcJ1turytf J IN 1909- Vill have some remarkable articles on LINCOLN including unpublished documents from his own pen The great sculptor SAINTGAUDENB wrote diedjlreport of a remarkable conversation with the GERMAN EMPEROR will ap pear in TIlE CENTURY and an inter view with the great pianist PADERLW siu ANDREW CARNEGIE is writing on the Tariff for it Articles by GRO VEn CLEVEDANDS nearest Heads will tell theintimale story of his life MRS RICE the author ofIIMrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch will contri bute a great novel and THOMPSON SETON a splendid new tale of animal life The COLORED PICTURES will be more beautiful than ever Send for prospectus and special sub scription l offersii 1 Union Square N YarEXPERIENCE 60 YEARS I rTRAeMARK 1 DESIGNS ICOPYRIGHTS tic anddeecrlptlonmatquickly ommunicatloneatrletsacuringyateats1atentatptclal notice without chorac In the Scientific American handsomely Illustrated weekly Tnrecst cir culation of any eclontlflo Journal Terms t a SoldbyallnewadealoraMUNN Branch Office 095 F BU Washington D 0 sarosJSTYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern metbbds Fit guaranteed Mod erute prices Expert tailors employed I JN HUNSCHE CasperMay Co Can eltonInd C fAl IF it is the surest und safest baveyour1wutch Te Ca LEWIS he knows how and does as ho knows He has one of thetfinest collections of beautiful uptodateJEWELRY all good not shoddy at tho very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Come ho is glad to welcome you andgiveyou satisfactionT Lewis Home Jeweler- HardinsburgKy I L II ax ST L FIA1E TABLE EAST HOUND No 148 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloveroort 507 A M stops at Irvlngton West Point Louisville725ANo 142 lally Mall and Express leaves Olo ferport 1001 A M stops utall way stations 1iTrainverport 458 p m stops at all stations atLouisvilleTrain No 1445 Dully Oloverport accommo dation arrives Oloverport 740 pm WEST BOUND accommddaUonloavesstations arrives Henderson 8J55 am xprelleavcsOwensooroQtanleySt Louis 750 p m arrivesI stationsNo tralnloavosOlor 1 1 i AHfHawoevlnoOwensboro 11 Olialr cars on trains 141142 143 144 between ri taatgsl4banA o u St Louis LfordSYllleEAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Hunday leaves a 048Train F ergpTratur Ford vlllo70flani Irvlnaton 836 am WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leavesII Irvington 11 up a m BTlvw Fordsville 3 Ipm Train No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 706p mj arrives tfordsvtllo 1015 D m Subscribe Now- nanoOA XI ozt xiho Kind You Bate Alwes Eft tILL I t- d u t f 7fj i p JBIG SPRING Scott Sells His FarmNorris Home Saved From Flames By Good NeighborsOther News 1 i Miss Malissa NorrIs entertained Friday afternoon- J W Moorman spent several days in Louisville recently Dr Witt was called to Bewleyvilli last week to see his brotherinlaw Preston Foot DRKILMERS I SWAM ODT L REMEDY MTHIS GREAT REMEDY IS 0RECOMMENDED FOR Acute and Chronic Diseases of the Kidney Liver Bladder FT or Urinary Organs and L A Acute Chronic Rheumatism a qf Uric acid lumbago or gout PREVENTS BRIGHTS DISEASE a Dissolves and expels Gravel or Gall Stones It heals and a removes irritation Inflamma tion Ulceration or Catarrh of the Bladder The Test That Tells Dothan Ala Jan 211 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y- GentlemenAbout one year ago two of my children suffered badly from weak kidneys and diabetes their urine was very bad and they would have severe spells of dizziness and were run down in health I was just about discourag ed I tried several remedies and finally a doctor but therdid not seem to improve I who was taking SwampRoot for kidney trouble with good results and I decided to get some tor the children I noticed there was some improvement after they had taken two large bottles and continued to give it to them until they had taken a half dozen bottles and were well on the road to recovery T 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 t 1 Sparks Ga Jan 11 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y GentlemenSome time ago I was d troubled with kidney troublehad severe J pains in the back and hips Was treat ed by a physician but without any benefit I noticed some SwampRoot advertising and resolved to give it a trial After taking four bottles I was completely cured Have not Suffered any pain i at all since and can recom fmend SwampRoot to anyone suffering from kidney troubleSincerely MRS E V STEVENS Baptist Minister Brinson Ga Jan 20 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Gentlemen Seme time ago I suffer ed severely with pains in the back and hips My back pained me continually and I felt miserable A friend recom mended SwampRoot I obtained and I took the contents of two bottles when I felt relief My back has not troubled I me since and I can thoroughly recom mend SwampRoot to anyone suffering from kidney trouble as I find it afforded me great relief Yours very truly Rev E T DAWSON Results After Using Boston Ga Jan 13 1Q09 Dr Kilmer Co Binghamtion N Y Gentlemen Some time ago I was troubled withkindney trouble I thought for some time I was suffering with Dia betes I had severe pains in my back A friend recommendedSwampRoot and I decided to give it a trial obtained a bottle from a druggist and after taking a few doses j felt relieved After taking several bottles the pain was entirely gone and I have not suffered the slightest since I cannot be too enthusiastic in my praies of this wonderful medicine and it gives me great pleasure to give my testimon ial in regard to its merits J B ROUNTREE Former Mayor and Members Legislature i SwampJJ i iofcases for kidney trouble and always with perfect satisfaction J C Adams Son iI Born to the wife of Jim Willhitc a daughter Qeo Casperkof Newark N JM was here shaking hands with friends Thursday A B Suterof Custer was on hands Sunday afternoon H Meyer was In Louisville a few days last week His store was closed for a week waiting for the adjusters Miss Vernice Moorman is with re latives at Mays Grovc Miss Mable and Maud Scott enter tained at 42 Friday afternoon Taylor Norris house caught fire Thursday but the flames wore soon extinguishedA sold his farm to Mrs The Value of a Remedy Is Proven by Its Cures EtKwodn ALA Dec 18 1908 Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y greatbenefitSwampRoot that I believe it to be most important for the public to know its worth For the past ten years I have been the most miserable of men Did not know what the trouble was but had to urinate very frequently b ttt day and night was all puffed up generally could not sleep more than a couple of hours at a time was greatly distressed after eat ing a meal and was about worn out I had tried nearly everything I could see advertised and hear of without helping me to any great extent until finally in October last at Ripan Wis I purchased a one dollar bottle of SwampRoot and commenced taking it according to direc tions and followed that with another bottle and experienced such great relief and benefit from same that I purchased five dollars worth at Huntsville Ala and continued its use and am now taking layinby the time present supply is used up I will he entirely well I am feeling bet ter now than for ten years past Can cat and sleep firstclass in fact I am so good thanI cannot resist telling you about it You are at liberty to publish this testimonial should you wish respectfullyTHOS A Retired Box 7 R R NO2 Elkwood Aa A Clergyman NEw ROADS LA Jan 22 IgOO Dr Kilmer Co Binghamptou N Y Dear Sir I write today to the public that your SwampRoot cured me of kid ney trouble I was almost past going having spasmodic spells with my kidneys that were breaking down my constitution The best medical aid was emploe 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 well man This was six years ago and I have had no trace of the trouble Yours IJREVOR Pastor Baptist Church New Roads La Mall Carriers Experience BLOUNTVILLE TKNN I have been a rural letter carrier 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 months without any benefit A friend Mr J D Nelson ad vised me to try your SwampRoot but I had no faith in it I continued to grow worse and at last decided to try this remedy and bought of Long Bros a fiftycent bottle which lave me great relief I then bought two one dollar bottles which I can truthfully say have completely cured me Had it not been for SwampRoot I wou d have been compelled to quit the rural free delivery service I advise all mail carrier who get pains in their back that SwampRoot will cure them I was so bad that very often my wife would have to help me to orise M B HENDRICKSON Rural Letter Carrier Route NO2 Contractor DONALSONVILLB GA Jan 20 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Bioghampton N Y Gentlemen About four years ago I suffered from Kidney trouble and rheu matism in my hips The pain across my back became so severe that J could hardly straighten np and could not walk without dragging my feet I would uri nate frequently and would have to rise two or three times during the night causing me to suffer from loss of sleep And with the pain I was all rundown and begin to lose flesh I saw Swamp Root advertised and bought one bottle to try it After taking it I felt better and could nleep all right at night I continued to take it until 1 bad taken four large bottles I was entirely free from any pain in the back and begin to gain in weight always recommend Swamp Root to my friends as I think the cure I in my case remarkable J curr for 400 Miss Edna Dowell left Saturday for Louisville where she Is taking lessons in millineryMr of Louisville was here and made a settlement with Mr Meyer Thursday They opened up Friday The beet known pills and the best pills inndh are DaWitts Little Early Risers They arp small easy to take gentle and certain and are sold by All DruggistsRAYMOND Alva Wright sold a fine young horse f AlrolODR KILMER Dr Kilmers likeness Is on tho out side wrapper of every bottle Beneficial In Severe Cases Edgefield Tenn Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Gentlemen I hardly know how to express my appreciation for the good your SwampRoot has done me I hud been greatly troubled with my kidneys and with pain In my back also with what the doctor termed inflammation of the neck of the bladder Sometimes my back would get in such a shape that I was almost helpless I had tried sev eral doctors and medicines to no good effect and finally I noticed in some paper where Dr Kilmer proposed to send a sample bottle of his kidney medicine SwampRoot free by mail I sent at once and received promptly a sample bottle After taking it I found it did me good I then purchased two bottles from our merchant Mr W J Elizer After taking the medicine I felt like a new man and each day I rode five miles to teach school You are at liberty to use this letter or refer anyone to me as I will always be glad to tell tnem what n wonderful remedy this SwampRoot iIF Mr James Ivens of Saundersville Tenn Is taking it with good results Very truly yours D A MONTGOMERY Member Tennessee Legislature Rural Route No 24 Edgenfield Tenn Results It Has Proved Dothan Ala Jan 21 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dear SirsHave been suffering more or less from Kidney trouble for the last five years and was Induced to try your Swamp Root Am happy to say or give you testimonial that it has cured me I am a traveling salesman for Messrs Colgate Co New York and am always traveling oi the road Drinking the different waters affected my kidneysYours respectfully SAMUEL WOLF A Prominent Mason Jackson Tenn According to my experience 1 do not consider there is anything to equal SwampRoot for kidney affection Twice it relieved me when I was com pletely helpless The last time I was traveling In Texas when my kidneys became affected and for tendays I suffered excruciatingpains accompanied with severe chills Several years previous having been relieved of a similar attack I naturally sought re SwampRootAftersize bot tles I was completely restored and praisingSwampRoot ago and I have had no indication of a return of the affliction- J C SMITH Jr 33 Mason Fully Satisfied Waycross Ga Jan 5 IgOg Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton NY Dear SirsDuring last October I suf fered from my kidneys I consulted my physician who pre scribed for me but his treatment did not benefit me After reading some SwampRoot literature I decided to give it a trial After taking a few doses I felt somewhat relieved and after two one dollar bottles had been taken I had no pain and was completely cured I have not had the slightest pain In my back or hips since From my own ex perience 1 can cheerfully recommend SwampRoot to any one suffering from kidney troubleYours trulyIa MARTIN carting and Every mail brings unsolicited testimonials from people from allover the United States aud foreign land expressing heartfelt gratitude for Dr KilmersJSwampRoot has done for them Do not Iqt anyone sell you some other medicine to take the placeof Swnmp Rootif youdo you will be disappointedinsist on getting what you ask forthere is no other medicine as good as Dr Kilmers SwampHoot IF YOU NEED A MEDICINE YOU SHOULD HAVE THE BEST fVamp oot is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble or obliged to goo often during the day and get up many times during the night have smarting or Irritation in pissing or heart disturbance tf 1due to kidney trouble SwampRoot will be found just tho remedy you need V TT Dont Be Misled For example when you ask for Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the Great Kidney Liverand BladderRemedy t dont allow any druggist drug clerk or store keeper to pursuade you into buying something else InJts place Pr Every time he subceeds in selling you a worthless substitute he makes more profit but you are humbugged at the expense of ypur health NOTE Every reader of The Breckenridge News who has not tried SwampRoot the great Kidney Liver and Bladder rzt Jlemedy may address Dr Kilmer Si Co Binghamptou N Y and roceive a sample bottle tree by mail a- Y At all dealers in 50c and 100sizes al A Sworn Certificate of Purity With Every BottleSee Inside Wrapper ji Ir- Ii l 4Iii TI J a I 7 Aip RI to Arthur Drane of Webster u few days ago for 150 Logan Logsdon moved in a house on J E Mercers farm last week He will raise a crop there this year E A Cashman has his new house about completed and has moved in Mr Sam Johnson and Miss Ida Hall were married at the home of the bride and last Wednesday March 3rd May this be a life long happy union to both is the wish of a friend THE SERVANT OF THE HOUSE Beautiful And Remarkable Play Will Be Given At Macauleys theatre This WeekAlail Orders For Tickets Given Special 1Attention Henry Millers Associate Players will present Chas Rann Kennedys new play The Servant in The House hi Louisville at Macauleys Theatre for a three days return en gagement beginning Thursday even ing March 11th with matinee on Saturday This is the play which created such a remarkable sensation in New York last Spring and Summer and which played to capacity for ten weeks at Powers Theatre in Chicago at the beginning of the present sea son The return engagement in Louis ville is arranged specially for the ac comodatlon of theatregoers in near by cities The management of Macauleys Theatre Louisville is giving special attention to mail orders which will be filled in the order of their receipt when accom panied by remittance The prices range from 25 cents to SI 50 I SAD DEATH Richard Burdettc First One of Twelve Children to Die in The Burdette Family DIES AT HOME IN MATTINGLY Information was received last week of the death of Mr Richard Burdette He was the sou of Mr and Mrs Burdette of Mattingly and was the first of twelve children to die He had five brothers I and six sisters Mr Burdette would have been twenty three years of age last Friday had death not taken him the twenty second day of February He had been ill of throat trouble for three months and was conscious until tho end came He as an ambitious young man full of energy and wanted to make a man of himself His death is deeply lamented by the family who were devoted to him The funeral was conducted by Father Knue and the interment took place at Jolly Station on Wednesd- aySTEPIIENSPORT Miss Maud Jasper and Mr Jesse Powers MarriedJames Bar ger Dies of Typhoid Ftver Mrs J N Aslop of Owensboro was the guest of Mrs John Adair last week James Barger ofnear Chenault died Saturday morning after several weeks illness of typhoid fever He was a good man and the community has lost a good citizen He leaves a wife and four children who have our deepest sympathy Mrs Lizzie Paulmon was called to Owensboro to the bedside of her daugh ter Mrs Luella Adams Miss Mary Bassham was the guest of Mrs R A Shellman last week Jesse Powers and Miss Maud Jasper were married March 3 Rev F R Roberts performed the ceremony Wess Dyer of Tell City is bringing quite a number of logs down Sinking vWcreek Dudley Ammons of Ammons has re turned home after serving three years in the army Barney Frymire is some better Mrs M L Roberts left Monday for Hillsboro Texas to visit her brother Mr Moorman She will return in April accompanied by her qelcO Miss Pauline Moormanrwho will meet with a hearty welcome by her many friends here who have missed the sunshine of her bright and smiling face these long wintry daysMrs Nancy Dowell is ill Mrs George Driskel and children were in Louisville last week Olden Dqwell is again at his post of duty at the dept The series of meetings still continue at the M E Church Miss Myrtle Beauchamp has returned hotni romfii ifiI tr11Y I 5 W II BOWMEn President A B 8KILLMAN CASlllC- rCrusF L LIOIITFOOT VlcoPrcsldentcr SKILLMAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRI3CKINRIDGI3 BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited 8 tassrset 8 I r r rvM R B PIERCE Proprietor Pkones 4 General AMERICAN Commission PRODUCE COII 122 West Jefferson Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Strictly A Commission Business All Kinds if Country Produce Jo r7 QO to11JE 0JIQIt 10JI iI- i New Stand New Goods IQIQ 0 0 8 MOORS HUNTER II- II Glendeane Kyato inform their friends and patrons that BEGI have rented Dr Dempsters old stand which is being remodeled painted and im- o proved where they have installed a brand new o stockof Dry Goods Groceries notions and Farm Implements Not an old piece of goods in the house It is a fresh clean stock bought for cash and at the lowest and best prices Wo are prepared to of rin = rmlilJI IjIj- Q JQ Moore Hunter I tQI t01QO 10JIQIE t01JJI OQ = WEEKLY COURIERJOURNALI HENRY WATTERSON Editor- Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news 11 without fear or favor The regularIprice is 100 a year but you can the WEEKLY getII and th- eBRECKENRIDGE NEWS Both One Year for 150II if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the CourierJournal I II Daily CourierJournal One Year 600 i Sunday CourierJournal One Year 200 i We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper j h 1 H IQUARANTEI oqFJJT r = SIIUCrtlTUl111aItACLYlla9h1WAxrlll1JljIiL7YNLA11a6Who TVriVKITlKlJC ntofliw AI il 1 nATWJWH- Ul U Uni MIMIal rulltaklVllttp Uu Ala4 apI Ad Ja1UalboP- lRlCI U Ilk ot 1 to f r tt 151 per a 5 to B m d JUS pet w U IDolad3 ontoat SI Jf wio F 0 B YOUNGS ISLAND sCOW Special Express Rates oa Plow laVeryUw We grew the first Frost Proof Plants in 1868 Now have over twenty thousand satisfied customers and we have grwt and sold tOe cabbage pits than aa tether persofls is the Southern states combifiod WHY because our plants must please or we scud your money back Order fiow it is time to set these plant iv your sec tiort r4thepnectbatsellfortheIastmoneyWawlopeiaxwhorekup tIOI oe e tj c 7 sr wr iiiii D f ri IrlTHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D BAn AGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday 0 f Slbucription Price 100 a year in advance t CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at the rate of z 10 cents per line yOBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 6 cents per line Mono ia advance fr Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us i When ordoringr a change in the address subscribers should give Ifesir old as well as the new address u EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 10 1909I J Last week we received one of Elbert Hubbnrds Little Journeys Xlio subject of it is James Oliver who made the first Oliver Chilled jJ Plow that has been such a Gods send to tho farmer This interesting i sketch should be read by every man who has one spark of am bition to live n true lifeI It is invigorating and the way Elbort Hubbard tells it is as fascinating as it is unique These Little Jour t nays arc only ten cents each and we urge you to send for a copy of James Oliver Oliver was a farmer and manufacturer and the I l phamplet tells how he got all that was coming to him success and happiness Ono of his methods of working was what Andrew Car negie put forth in these few words CCput nil your ergs Ih one basks and then watch tho basket Another of his principles of living was his iidea of religion Hubbardwrites Oliver hnd a deal of his own personal religion which he never saved up for Sunday but used it in his business Read this brief homo story it is well worth while A copy of the Breckenridge News published at Cloverport Ky came to our desk this week It is a bright newsy little weekly edited by Jno D Babbago who is ably assisted by his daughter Miss A Louise Babbage The paper is filled with social and local news r andmust prove a welcome visitor in the many homes where it goes The Cle Eluin Echo Tho Echo is a western newspaper similar to the News in the re spect that it is edited by a father and daughter Chas S Fell is edit tor nnd proprietor and his young daughter Miss Ada E Fell is as sistant editor The home of the Echo is at Clo Elum Kittitns county Washington It was through tho columns of The American Press that The News and The Echo become known to each other Our re lationship in the future is anticipated with pleasure The Hartford Republican says editorially that tBo action of tho Farmers Institute at Elizabethtown last week was grossly misrepre sented and went on to say that of course there would6 be no politics in the Farmers Institute so long as the Democrats were allowed to elect all the officers and appoint all the committees There is more truth than poetry in what the Republican implies Tho Hon John M Dickinson President Tafts Secretary of War is a Democrat He declares that he has always been and is still a Democrat though ho says lie never voted for Bryan There are n lot of Democrats of the Dickinson stripe in Kentuch and this recognition of their character standing and loyalty by one of the foremost men in the Nation is encouraging Right will prevail Wo take pleasure in publishing Mr Tafts inaugural address in full for our readers It contains no llowery phrases of speech but is practical and purely business Many questions for tho welfare of I the nation are touched find his ideas on trusts and other matters arc I clearly givenII I CURE YOUR KIDNEYS No Need To Take Any Further Risks Why will people continue to suffer the agonies of kidney complaint backache urinary disorders lame ness headaches languor why allow themselves to become chronic invalids i when a certain cure is offered them Doans Kidney Pills is the remedy to use because it gives tothe kidneysI the help they need to perform their workIf have any even one of theI symptoms of kidney diseases cure yourself now before diabetes dropsy or Brights disease sets in Can Clo verport residents demand more convincing proof than the following Mrs Charles Stephens 520 Clay St Owensboro Ky says I have used Doans Kidney Pills and believe they arc a good remedy I did not take them exactly as directed but they strengthened my back and re leived me of the acute pain When I felt better I would stop taking them instead of continuing their use until a complete cure was effected I am now improved in many ways since using Doans Kidney Pills and can re commend them to those suffering from kidney trouble For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Uoans and tnke rio other GARFIELD i prf T Mrs Wm Dowellisalil to be out again after a few we ks illness of pneumonia Jlvil Please do hot forget piirJMjfoionary1 Society Wednesday jTif ernoonf at two oclock s F cVy Misses Shellle and Ida DowelfandJ Ii Cora Woof are on thesick list r O V MaryLeighMrs Mandle Scott of near here A M Wood is on the sick list Rev R H Morefleld our future PresbyterIan Jesse Bruner spentFridaySmith it being his twclth birthday Mr and Mrs Ginger Bandy of near Basin Springs spent Sunday with Fannie Board Mrs James Johnson who has been very ill is improving Mrs Alvin Keauchamp opened school at this place Monday r Mules and Horses for Sale Span of black mare mules 2 and 3 years old 2 year old 15 12 hands high 3 1old1 Horses dark bays 3 and 4 years old two Coach mare colts II tII and 2 years old J I JJICi RYAN 1 12 miles above TOBINSPORT IND I Ii IN THE SPANISH AMERICAN WAR During the SpanishAmerican War many of our soldiers suffered severely from cramp in the stomach anil bowels due in most cases to the cli obligeydi drinkMr A Lake of Dennison Texas gives an Interesting account of how he came to the relief of some of the men in his regiment Just a 1 was starting for the war says Mr ej largebottlein our troop at Camp Mobrey fo cramps and dysentery among the men It took finely and lots of the boys of Troop L1stfex Cav U S V will1I never forget the name of Sjoan s Liniment One case in particular was our bugler Fred Ormsley he was cramped until he could hardly stand it I gave him a dose of Sloans Lini ment and in five minutes he was up troopEvery ment in stock You can get it in 25c J 60c or 100 bottles Its a goodcc thing to have in the house for rheu anyI r 1Combination Desk and Book Case Ilk cut Actual Value 1600 For Tills iMnnu fncturers Outlet Sale off the Floor Or n Mall J975 WE PAY FREIGHT T o YOUR TOWN Iron Enameled Bed like cut Actual l 500 For This Manufacturers IIAn Sale OK The Floor Or By Mal WE PAY FREIGHT TO YOU r IJofJ 4 1 An Oak Bebroom Suit 3 pieces Ilk cut Actual Value 2200 For This Mann I factureru Outlet Sale Off The Floor O By Mall 1495 We PAY FREIGHT To YOUR TOWN GLENDEANE Mrs E E Glasscock and childre- went to Short Creek Saturday to visi her parents Mr and Mrs W T RobinsontMr and Mrs Jeff Owen went to Louisville Mondayc quitde Robertton Bros sold touOwensboro parties last week 100000 pounds of dark tobacco t10 per IOU This is a record breaking sale considering the state of aressplendid handlersand their product al ways commands the top price i Moore fc Hunter have opened up their- r now stock in Dr Dempsters old stand They have n nice stock of goods new fresh and clean Glasscock Co are still doing busir ness at their old stand The deal by which Moore S Hunter were to take over their stock fulled to materialize and they will continue In business Green Bros of Falls of Rough shipped Saturday two car loads of fine cattle to the Cincinnati market A- Miss Jonnle Moorman is visiting rela ed lives at Dundee a Glendeane is growing Business is splendidntobaccotat big prices they havo money to throw at the birds Glendeane handled more tobacco and paid out more money thiS season than any other town in the county It Is right in the center of one of the best tobacco districts in the county ns well as corn wheat hay cattle hogs mules and horses In a few more years our town will be the third largest in the county Lovers of good health should prevent sickness insteadof letting themselves get sick and then try to cure it So long as you keep yonr liver bowels and stom ooh in a healthy and active condition you wont get alok Ballards Horblna constipation inactive liver and all stomacD and bowel troubles Sold by A R Insner Mr and Mrs James Younger and little daughter Eudora went to West Point last week to visit Mr and C M McGlothlan who celebrat their thirtysixth wedding anniversary ThursdayII L c 1 The People Are Snapping Up The Carpet QUICKLY AT Second Annual Manufacturers Outlet Sale Which Began At Loassvillej Ky Wednesday Morning The crowds attending this sale are terrific anti many people came from a distance of 350 to 400 miles This great sale of Furniture carpets rugs and homo furnishing needs is certainly attracting the people from every direction The people appreciate genuine bargains This was certainly manifested by the thousands of dollars worth furniture carpets rugs etc that wfere sold on the opening day of this the most wonderful furniture and carpet sale that was ever given in the United States A great many remember ed James Greenes stupendous sale given a year agorlhe bargains at our sale given a year ago were money saving opportuni ties to tho people the masses those who work for a living the sale now going on outclasses last years sale in value giving in I every department the wonderful bargains offered are being snap- pede up rapidly the news of the grand values to be had is spread ing like wild fire Never in the history of retail merchandising have the public had such opportunities to buy furniture earpets j rugs and home needs such as this sale now affords you On ac 1 fact alone has not only brought the people from a great distance to attend the sale but mail orders have literally poured in by the thousands Every one rich and poor seem to want to share and benefit in Greene 9 Second Annual Manufacturers Outlet Sale It is James Greenes yearly offering to the people and the one time of the year when TUTS BIG ESTABLISHMENT TIE JAMES GREENS FURNITURE COMPANY SACRIFICES ALL PROFITS DIRECT TO THE PEOPLE IN ORDER TO AT TRACT TEN THOUSAND NEW PATRONS TO OUR ESTAB LISHMENT If you haven got the ready cash it will pay you to borrow itin order to take advantage of the many grand I values to bo had at this big ten day sale now going on at James l of Manufacturers surplus stock is certainly proving to be a re gular bargain feast for the people The entire stocks arc going rapidly but just as fast as the oTferings on any one of our four big floors find purchasers then immediately fresh lots of furni ture carpets and rUgs from our five big warehouses take their places 1It was a tremendous purchase indeed and naturally welare unable to show tho entire stock all at one time That which you looked upon yesterday you wont find tomorrowthe display is continually changing It is indeed a wonderful exhibit and a bargain offering of furnituro carpets rugs etc that it will pay you to come five hundred milts to see Understandand remember that this sale only lasts ten days and positively ends on Saturday night March 20th Dont delay but act quickly and attend James night March 20th Let nothing keep you away come at once and come prepared to profit bythis the greatest bargain carnival and sale of furniture carpets rugs etc that was ever given in the United States This sale presents a veritable harvest of furniture bargains and household needs such as was nuvcr offered the peo pie before in any section of the country Tire crowds attending daily have been delighted with the wonderful values offered Every visitor to James Greenes furniture Store are liberally supplying themselves and are in appreciation sending their friends and neighbors If you havent already attended this most wonderful furniture and carpet sale thendont lose any time getting here in order to secure your share of the many grand bargains this big sale now affords to you Mail Orders to be filled must positively reach our store at Louisville not later than Friday morning March 19th as tin r big sale positively ends Saturday night March 20th A word to the intelligent should be sufficient as this is an opportunity to matte your dollar do double duty Bo careful and bo sure you find the right place lake any Market St Our going Last which brings you direct to the store Look for the big sign JAMES GREENE MANUFACTURERS OUTLET SALE AT 425427429 EAST MARKET ST LOUISVILLE KY NOTICE We Advise Quick Action On Your Part As These Prices Only loll OoodI Thepure food law is designed by publicfromfoods and drugs It is beneficial both to the public arid the conscientiousr r manufacturer Elys Cream Balm a successful remedy for cold in the head nasal catarrh hay fever etc containing no injurious drugs meets fully the requirements of the new law and that fact is prominently stated on every package It con tains none of the injurious drugs which are require by the Jaw to be mentioned on the label Hence you can use it safely Mrs NE Taul who hasbeen visit ing Mrs Bone Pate and other rela tives will leave soon for her home at Wynoka Oklahoma Her visit has been one of pleasure to both herself andher old friends in this county A healthy man Is a king in his own right an unhealthy man is an unhappy slave Burdock Blood Bitters builds np soano health =keeps von well Subscribe Now tiA Regular Jam Of Eager Buyer furniture Bargains Ja1Y1eS Greenee IouisI JJouisl everyday r ActualValue 1795WE r 1A1 T Elegant Buffet like cut Actual Valuo 200 For llhls Manufacturers Outlet r sale Off The Floor Or By Man 14GO VE IAY FREIGHT TO YOUR TOWN y I NU 7 lo IiOIlUUnKuresserIIKeCUI iCtUIlI viU Iiavenport nice CUt ACtUal V1uuo 1500 For Tills Manufacturers 500 For This Outlet let Sale Off Tho Floor Or By Mall OttJJ Ji MD tlo Oft The I NfMail li575 WE 4JWE PAY FREIGHT TO Y9UR LL aysS FREIGHT TO YOUR TOWN Address Mail Orders Carefully to James Greene Furniture Co r i 425 to 429 East Market Street Louisville Kyt 4 J I tr 0 7- c c l 0 1yh c Ji 1 3 1ijIe fAReliable Remedy Fcvs FAMBALMJATA1 o HfYfLVER Cream Balm aPIsGives Relief at aIt gl heals and protecisFeattho diseased mem brane resulting from Oatarrh and drives UcstorcsthoLiquidOroomEly Brothers CO Warren Street New York 15he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAR 10 1909 sx PERSONAL AND LOCAL Fine cooking figs Noltes Shoes shoes shoesNoltes r Fred Hill of Owensboro is here Mrs Marlon Ryan has returned home Many good things In canned goods NoltesrFirst class field aud garden seeds Noltos r jTlmej to sow your lawns with Noltels blue grass Miss Mamie DeHaven is visiting in Louisville t Chas Hall leaves this week for i OklahomaMack was home from Louis ville Sunday George N Harris has returned home r from Sample John Burn has been ill at his home forseveral days Mrs Frank Mattingly has returned t from Louisville Mrs John Gregory of Louisville has returned home Mrs Ben Ridgeway has returned from ShepherdsvilJe Fools rush in where angels fear to wed March Smart Set Jack Watt of Louisville was the guest of Miss Feland Sunday Miss Mildred Babbnge who has been ill several days is convalescent Postmaster Robert E Woods was here Saturday from Louisville Victor Hagman of Saillman attended the funeral of Mr Johnson Friday r Morality is your way of living my life March Smart Set Mrs Chas Evans of Louisville was here Saturday night enroute to Troy p t Ind Misses Lucile Berry and Lottie Matheny have returnec from Owens born Mrs Fred Fraize went to Louisville Monday to see her mother Mrs Gre r goryMr and Mrs Harry Hills and little daughters have returned to Rich mond Mr and Mrs Harry Ncwsom re turned home Friday night from Lou isvilleWhen pleasure becomes a habit It ceases to be a pleasure March Smart Set Col David Block a former citizen of this place died at Springfield Ill 4 s last week Wallace Skillman and George Wen delkenbave returned home from a trip to OklahomaDr McDonald will arrive here taturday from Louisville to spend Sunday Mrs L B Perkins and Miss Virginia Harris arrived homo Monday night from Nashville Tenn It is impossible to tell where an orderly woman wifl rut things March Smart Set f This is the trademark of Scotts Emulsion U and is on everybottle of itsold in the worldwhich amounts to several millions yearly 1 t WhyBecause it has made so many sjckly children strong tu wellgivenhealth and rosy cheeks to so many pale anaemic girls and restored to health so many thousands in the first stages of Consumption Send this advertisement together with p name of paper in which it appears your address nudfour cents to cover postage and we will send you a Complete Hi dy Atlas of the World 1 eCOT1JiBOWNi4o9PearlstNY nrr In rl- Q k Qn Mrs Eugene Haynes and Mrs Prince Davis of Louisville visited at Sample last week Julius Nolte Chas Fallon and Stewart Babbagearo improving after several days illness Experience is the only school that has no correspondence course March Smart Set Mrs Wallace Skillman and Mrs Henry Wendelken are recovering from an attack of la grippe Mrs Joe Couty and little son Don ald of Owensboro are the guests of Miss Carrie Lee Tucker Mrs James Harris and Mbs Jennie Mabel Harris and Mr Russell Harris have returned from Florida Mrs Wilbur Gregory and little daughter Francis Lee of Louisville are guests of Mrs Thos Bohlcr Rev Jenkins has been delightfully entertained by Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot and Mr and Mrs Frank PayneMrs Dyer has returned from Phil pot and is at the tome of Mrs Vernie Connor She was accompanied by Mr Toni Dyer- Raymontd Pate has not been able to be at his post of business for sever al weeks on account of suffering from a sprained wrist Miss Adele Feland will leave this morning for her home at Stanford She will be accompanied as far as Louisville by Mrs Sallle Gross lieu Davis the uptodate cleaner and presser of mens clothes and ladies skirts is now located in the rear of Dr Lightfoots office hall and see him Special sale on same article every Saturday For Saturday March 13 one bolt Hoosier cotton to each customer at 5C per yard Watch for next weeks adJ H Brown Mr and Mrs H L Stader were host and hostess to an elegant dinner Wednesday The guests were Rev Jenkins Rev Curric Rev Lewis and Mr A H Murray Hi and Mrs Attilla Cox Mr and Mrs W C Martin Harriett Gaulbert of Louisville were passengers on the VednesdayI INDIGESTION ENDS Misery From Yuur Disordered Stomach goes in Five Minutes You can eat anything your stomach raves without fear of a case of Indigestion or Dyspepsia or that your food wilt ferment or sour on your stomach if you will occasionally take a little Din pepsin after eating Your meals will taste good and any thing you eat will be digested nothing can ferment or turn into acid or poison or stomach gas which causes Belching Dizziness a feeling of fullness after eat ing Nausea Indigestion like lump of lead in stomach Biliousness Heart burn Waterbrash Pain in stomach and intestines or other symptoms Headaches from the stomach are ab solutely unknown where this effective remedy is used Diapepsin really does all the work of a healthy stomach It digests your meals when yopr stomach cant Each trlangule will digest all the food you can eat and leave nothing to ferment and sour Gett large 50centcase of Papes Diapepsinfrom your druggist and start taking today and by tomorrow you will actually brag about your healthy strong Stomach for you then can eat any thing and everything you want without the slightest discomfort or misery and every particle of impurity and Gas that is in your stomach and intestines is go ing to be carried away without the use of laxatives or any other assistance Home On Furlough John Johnson of Jefferson Barracks St Louis Mo is at his home at Dukes for a fifteen days furlough having been called home to attend the funeral of his brother Frank Johnson MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL The second biennial May Music Festival to be held in Louisville May 6 tand 8 at tho First Regiment Armory will give to the South the greatest musical event which it has eVer enjoyed A greater nuiubar of artists of internaI tlonal famu has been engaged than ever before and the scope of the festival is of larger magnitude than anything hitherto undertaken It has been an nounced nevertheless that prices for the festival will be lower than beforeso that the attendance Is expected to break records CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children Tin Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signaturei of Lt 3- YI f r COULD NOT CURE MEEPINGECZEMA Spreadtilling Inflammation and Soreness Were Terrible Lasted Over a Year and All Treatments Failed UNTIL CUTICURAoAGAIN PROVED GREAT SUCCESS Eczema began over tho top of my ear It cracked and then began to spread I had thrco different doctors and tried several things but JoodAtfaco and my neck clear tip to my hair wero raw Tho water ran out of it BO that I had to wear medicated cotton and it was so inflamed and sore that I had to put t a tern of cloth over my waterfromstain the doth a sort of yellow Tho eczema itched so that it seemed as though I could tear my faco thofallnext winter Then I began to uso tho Cutlcura Soap and Ointment and it beforoItCuticura Resolvent Pills onco in a while thankful AnnPearsortsj GROWS HAIRCuticura Removes Dandruff and Soothes Itching Scalps Warm shampoos with Cuticura Soap and light dressings with Cutlcura prevent dry thin and falling hair remove destroyhairfolliclesloosenwith energy and nourishment and mako tho hair grow upon a sweet wholesome healthy scalp when all other treatment falls forEverySkinLUtlenraOintment horol1I1ICosteBloodSoldChernCornMTUalled free Cuticura Boot on Skin Disease + + p Wrts1VANTED+ + n- WANTEUScceess 111ACAZINlcrequires the countytosecure new business by means of special propositionporrnanel1tj11rlferono ural nullifications salary SI 50 per day with commlulon option Address with roforuu 11pgazino DOYOU WANl TOO 0 TO COLLEGE It sowocanhelpyou Welmvoulreaiiyput hundreds through cbllctro by means of our plan Write to day for full Information re garding our offer of a trIo HCholorshlp in nay Sherlock FOR RENT theNewsness resIdenceottownFOR SALE HEATER and cooker combined stove for News otllco 1 GreonUniversityenrldgo News LOST DranchDonle1000 for twelve months All parties warned not to accept or cash sam- eWANTED Responsible man with horso and buggy In perdaytochards and Homo Gardens A splendidop portunity for farmers sons also fruit tree and sowing machine agents to make a bust uess connection which will become more profi YounJjsIslafld FOR SALE Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Pure bred Sows and Guilts a Specialty Furnished in Pairs not Related E P HARDAWAY- R No1 IRVINGTON KY Farm WantedM Wish to hoar quickly from OWNERS who will soil UIKEOT TO BUYERS I locadtyNotOWNERS only need answer who are willing to close their own deal direct w Ith BU YER without paying any com mission to anyone I am no agent and accept no commission I wish to con withOWNEltSttpaYluJj u fancy prfco to some a write quickly Give price and de scription placetoso I can please my many I ILI J 1 Heavy Rainfall Another heavy rain fell here yesterday morning audits a consequence the pas senger trains on the Henderson Route were very late Clover creek was raginc into the Ohio nil day yesterday Mr and Mrs Frank Fraize and Miss Jennie Warfield have returned homo from a delightful visit m Florida Q orO i IIJI GREAT FIRE SALE I III Having adjusted my Fire Loss with the inII Iii surance companies Iwill from this dateIoffer my entire stock I I ofII I III I GREAT REDUCTIONS e III IIIii the Farmers in Big Spring and vicinity toIget goods at their own price It will pay I you to ride miles to get the bargains we IIhave to offer I I I Dont Delay Come Right Along I I I I III 1 e 1 JJIE1 KEITH SON I Dealers in GraniteMarble and Stone Cloverport Kentucky I iN liA tlt1 Dont Forget Us When in need of Foundry Machine Boiler and Gasoline t Boat Work Tin and Electrical work We carry a full lino of Plum bers 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 Machine Co Jessie Lee Bowlds Mr and Mrs Clovas Bowlds are re ceiving congratulations upon the ar rival of a little daughter to their home She will be christened Jessie Lee Bowlds Morrison 8c Calhoon dentlsta office downstairs 216 Fourth street both pfaOQM OwKWbore Ky ou i re U r 4T J r LV r FURS WANTED FURS I We want especially Skunk Slink Raccoon Fox Opossum Otter and Muskrats Ship your produce to us Highest market pricw paid for Hides Wool Tallow Feathers Beeswax Dried Fruit Medicinal Roots Ginseng and Horse Hides We arc Dealers and Exporters No commission charged prompt returns Agents for largest tatiLurles In America KEFEHFNCE Any Rank or Merchant In Louisville or ask your neighbors whoshlp to us Shipping tugs and prices on application IFCSISAACr In shipping to the abovo firm or writing to them mention this paper BANK OF CLOVERPORT ncorporatcd 1903 n u CapitalSurplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 SafeSound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones and we appreciate your business and in t r fluence Interest pnidon r Time Deposits r r I BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVEBPORT KY I = Sells Meat Market Miller Winn has sold his market to Jacob Miller and J Blackwho will carry on the business under the firm name Miller Black Mr Wlnn has been one of the me occomqdating butchers of this city Re leaves immediately to enter business f in Louisville His parents Mr and Mrs Wlnn will return to the farm c I YOU Have Yourself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You Eyes Tested FREE Glasses Guaranteed Severs Drug Co H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- IIARDiNSBURO KY tWl111r1tlce his profession in all of the Courts of nreckonrlilKe and adjoining conn t cr Special attention given to collections road cases and criminal practice License to CourtsOfco HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Home Seekers Rates To tho West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H R St L DR W M CASPER lpAr At Clovorport every Wednesday and day DrLlRhtfoots Olllco stCELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Uncle N ick Helt celebrated his eighty first birthday last Sunday at his homer near Irvington He is hale and hearty and very active for a man of his age o h rl i A- fir s I AUGURAADDR ss t Outlines Policy of Administration f Speech Begins With Advocacy of Predecessors Reforms PRAISE FOR ROOSEVELT I Many Questions Touched Incoming Presidents Ideas on Trusts and Other Matters My Fellow CitizensAny ono who takes tho oath I havo just taken must tool a heavy weight of responsibility It not ho has no conception of tho powers and duties of tho office upon Which he is about to enter or ho is lacking in a proper sense of tho obllga lion which the oath Imposes The office of an inaugural address is to give a summary outline of the main policies of the new administration so far as they can be anticipated I have had the honor to be one of the ad Vlsers of my distinguished predecessor and as such to hold up his hands in the reforms ho has initiated I should be untrue to myself to my promises and to the declarations of the party platform upon whlch I was elected to office if I did not make the malnte trance and enforcement of thoso reforms a most important feature of my administration They were directed to tho suppression of the lawlessness and abuses of power of tho great combina tions of capital Invested In railroads and In Industrial enterprises carrying on interstate commerce The steps which my predecessor took and the legislation passed on his recommendation have accomplished much have caused a general malt In the vicious policies which created popular alarm and havo brought about in the busl ness affected n much higher regard for existing law Further Action Needed To render the reforms lasting how ever and to secure at the same time freedom from alarm on the part of those pursuing proper and progressive business methods further legislative and executive action are needed Re lief of the railroads from certain re strictions of the antitrust law have been urged by my predecessor and will be urged by me On the other hand the administration is pledged to legis lation looking to a proper federal su per lslon and restriction to prevent excessive issues of bonds and stocks by companies owning and operating inter state commerce railroads Then too a reorganization of the de partment of Justice of the bureau of corporations In the department of commerce and labor nnd of tho interstate commerce commission looking to effec live cooperation of these agencies is seeded to secure a more rapid and cer tain enforcement of the laws affect tog Interstate railroads and industrial combinationsI be able to submit at the Jlrst regular session of the incoming congress in December next definite suggestions in respect to the needed amendments to the antitrust and the Interstate commerce law and the changes reQuired in the executive de partments concerned in their enforce ment Good and Bad Trusts It is believed that with the changes to be recommended American busi ness can be assured of that measure of stability anil certainty In respect to those things that may be done and those that are prohibited which is essential to the life and growth of all business Such a plan must include the right of the people to avail them selves of those methods of combining capital and effort deemed necessary to reach the highest degree of economic efficiency at the same time differenti sting between combinations based upon legitimate economic reasons and those formed with the Intent of creat- Ing monopolies and artificially control ling prices The work of formulating into prac tical shape such changes is creative work of the highest order and requires all the deliberation possible in the in terval 1 believe that the amendments to be proposed are just as necessary in the protection of legitimate business as In the clinching of the reforms which properly bear the name of my prede cessor Revision of the Tariff A matter of most pressing Impor tance is the revision of the tariff In accordance with the promises of the platform upon which 1 was elected 1 shall call congress into extra session to meet on the 15th day of March in order that consideration may be at once given to a bill revising the Ding ley act This should secure an ade quate revenue and adjust the duties in such a manner as to afford to labor and to all industries in this country whether of the form mine or factory protection by tariff equal to the differ ence between the cost of production abroad and the cost of production here and have a provision which shall put into force upon executive determina tion of certain facts a higher or maxI- mum tariff against those countries whose trade policy toward us equitably requires such discrimination It Is thought that there has been such a change in conditions since the enact ment of the Dingley act drafted on a similarly protective principle that the measure of the tariff above stated will permit the reduction of rates In certain schedules and will require the ad vancement of few If any Tho proposal to revise the tariff made in such an authoritative way as to lead the business community to count upon It necessarily halts all those branches of business directly affected and as these are most Im portant It disturbs Ithe whale business of the country It Is Imperatively nec essary therefore that a tariff hill be drawn In good faith In accordance with promises made before the elec QII t01i 101 IIIcOi IIIQ Come andSee Us o 0 Wo are now open for business with a now and uptodate line of general merchandise consisting of a DryarrJ1 ff- U Also a complete lino of U o 0 d harming Implements fld IDJj DiscII1I= j Borders Mowers Hakes Twine Cultivators 11 11hlarrows Plowsbothriding and walking OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST o paidfor o Quick Sales and Small Profits t I titiBLACK SMITH Addison Ky t 0 II i01Oli ioi JIE0 o lion by the party In power and as promptly passed as due consideration will permit Inheritance Tax Advocated- In the making of a tariff bill the prime motive Is taxation nnd the see curing thereby of a revenue Due largely to tho business depression which followed the financial panic of 1007 the revenue from customs and other sources has decreased to such an extent that the expenditures for the current fiscal year will exceed the receipts by 100000000 It Is Impera tive that sUch a deficit shall not con tinue and tho framers of the tariff bill must of course have In mind tho total revenues likely to bo produced by It and so arrange the duties as to se cure an adequate Income Should it be Impossible to do so by import duties new kinds of taxation must be adopt ed and among these I recommend a graduated Inheritance tax as correc in principle and as certain nnd easy of collectionGovernment Economy Urged The obligation on the part of those responsible for the expenditures made to carry on the government to be as economical as possible nnd to make the burden of taxation as light as pos sible is plain and should be affirmed In every declaration of government pol icy This Is especially true when wo are face to face with a heavy deficit But when the desire to win the popu lar approval leads to the cutting off of expenditures really needed to make the government effective and to en able It to accomplish Its proper objects the result is as much to be condemned as the waste of government funds in unnecessary expenditure- In the department of agriculture the use of scientific experiments on a large scale and the spread of information derived from them for the Improvement I of general agriculture must go onThe importance of supervising business of great railways and industrial I combinations and the necessary investigation and prosecution of unlawful business methods are another neces I j sary tax upon government which did not exist half a century ago Proper Form of Expenditure The putting into force of laws which shall secure the conservation of our resources so far as they may be with in the jurisdiction of the federal gov ernment Including the most important work of saving and restoring our for eats and the great Improvement of wa terways are all proper government functions which must Involve large expenditure If properly performed While some of them like tho reclama tlon of arid lands are made to pay for themselves others are of such an indirect benefit that this cannot be expected of them A permanent im provement like the Panama canal should bo treated as a distinct enterprise and should be paid for by the proceeds of bonds the issue of which will distribute its cost between the present and future generations in ac cordance with the benefits derived It may well be submitted to the serious consideration of congress whether the deepening and control of the channel of a great river system like that of the Ohio or of the Mississippi when defi nlte and practical plans for the enter prise have been approved and deter mined upon should not be provided for in the same way Then too there are expenditures of government absolutely necessary If our country is to maintain its proper place among the nations of the world and is to exercise its proper influence in do fense of its own trade interests in tho maintenance of traditional American policy against the colonization of Eu ropean monarchies in this hemisphere and in the promotion of pence and In ternational morality I refer to the cost of maintaining a proper army a proper navy and suitable fortifications upon the mainland of the United States and in its dependencies The Army and Navy organIzed capableinWith tho national militia and under the provisions of a proper national volunteer law rapidly to expand into probablinvasionreecect ble BxpediyQnarj forge jf nec t r i f essary in the maintenance of our tra ditional American policy which bears the name of President Monroe Our fortifications are yet in n state of only partial completeness and the number of men to map them is Insuffi cient In a few years however the usual annual appropriations for our coast defenses both on tho mainland and in the dependencies wilt mat e them sufficient to resist all direct at tack not by that time we may hope that the men to man them will be pro vlded as a necessary adjunct The distance of our shores from Europe and Asia of course reduces the ne cessity for maintaining under arms a great army but it does not take away the requirement of mere prudence that we should have an army sufficiently large and so constituted as to form a nucleus out of which a suitable force can quickly grow What has been said of the army may be affirmed in even a more em phatic way of the navy A modern navy cannot be improvised It must be built and in existence when th emergency arises which calls for its use and operation My distinguished predecessor has In many speeches and messages set out with great force and striking language the necessity for maintaining a strong navy commensu rate with tine coast line the govern mental resources and tho foreign trade of our nation and 1 wish to reiterat- all the reasons which he has presented in favor of the policy of maintaining a strong navy as the best conservator r of our peace with other nations and the best menus of securing respect for I the assertion of our rights the defense of our Interests and the exercise of our Influence in International matters Must Arm as Other Nations Do Our International policy is always to promote pence We shall enter into any war with n full consciousness of the awful consequences that it always entails whether successful or nut and we of course shall make every effort consistent wit h national honor and the highest national interest to avoid a resort to arms We favor every instru montalltyllike that of The Hague tri bunal mind arbitration treaties made with a view to Its use In all international controversies in order to main thin peace and to avoid war Hut wo should bo blind to existing condition and should allow ourselves to become foolish Idealists If we did not realize that withII tho nations of the world armed and prepared for war wo must be ourselves In a similar condition in order to prevent other nations from taking advantage of us and of our In ability to defend our Interests and as sert our rights with a strong hand In the International controversies thai are likely to arise In the orient grow ing out of the question of the open door and other Issues the United States can maintain her Inter ests intact and can secure respect for her just demands She will not be able to do NO however if It Is understood that she never Intends to backup her assertion of right and liner de fense of her Interest by anything but mere verbal protest nnd diplomatic note For these reasons tho expenses of the army and navy mid of coast defenses should always be considered as something which the government must pay fur and they should not be cut oft through mere consideration of econ omy OUR government Is able to af ford a suitable army and a suitable navy It may maintain them without the slightest danger to the republic or the cause of free institutions and fear of additional taxation ought not to change a proper policy In this regard Protection For Our Citizens Abroad The policy of the United States in the Spanish war and since has given It a position of influence among the nations that it never had before and should be constantly exerted to secur- Ing to its bona tide citizens whether native or naturalized respect for them as such In foreign countries We should make every effort to prevent humiliating and degrading prohibition against any of our citizens wishing temporarily to sojourn in foreign coun tries because of race dr religion The Japanese Question The adtr ision of Asiatic immigrants who cannot be amalgamated with our population has been made tho subject either of prohibitory clauses In our treaties and statutes or of strict administrative regulation secured by dip lomatic negotiations I sincerely hop that we may continue to minimize the evils likely to arise from such immi gration without unnecessary friction and by mutual concessions between self respecting governments Meantime we must take every precaution tQ prevent or failing that to punish out bursts of race feeling among our peo pIe against foreigners of whatever na tionality who leave by our grant n treaty right to pursue lawful business hero and to be protected against law less assault or injury This leads me to point out n serious defect in the present federal jurisdiction which ought to bo remedied nt once Having assured to other coun tries by treaty tho protection of our laws for such of their subjects or citi zens as we permit to come within our jurisdiction we now leave to a state or n cIty not under tho control of the federal government the duty of performing our International obligations In this respect By proper legislation wo may and ought to place In tho hands of tho federal executive tho means of enforcing the trqiijy rights of such aliens in tbo courts of tho federal government It patf otjuvjjQvarnmant ili c uV i U + Iffli In a pusillanimous position to mak definite engagements to protect aliens nnd then to excuse the failure to per form those engagements by an expln nation that the duty to lkeep them Is In states or cities not within our control If we would promise wo must put ourselves III n position to perform our promise We cannot permit the possi blo failure of Justice due to local preju dice in any state or municipal govern ment to expose us to the risk of a war which might bo avoided if federal jurisdiction was asserted by suitably legislation by congress and carried out by proper proceedings instituted by tho executive in the courts of the na tional government Monetary Laws Need Change One of the reforms to be carried out during the Incoming administration Is a change of our monetary and banking laws so as to secure greater elasticity in the forms of currency available for trade and to prevent the limitations of law from operating to increase the em Theemonetary commission lately appointedg is giving full consideration to existin conditions nnd to all proposed reme dies and will doubtless suggest one that will meet the requirements of business and of public interest We may hope that the report will embody neither the narroty view of those who believe that systemeshould be to sccuri a large return on banking capital nor of those who would have greater expansion of currency with little regard to provisions for its immediate redemption or ultimate security There is no subject of economic discussion so intricate and so likely to evoke differing views nnd dogmatic statements as this one The commission In studying tho general Influence of currency on business nnd of busi ness on currency have wisely extend ed their Investigations In European banking and monetary methods The information that they have derived from such experts as they have found abroad will undoubtedly be found helpful In the solution of the difficult problem they have in hand Favors Postal Savings Banks The incoming congress should promptly fulfill the promise of the Republican platform and pass a proper postal savings bank bill It will not bo unwise or excessive paternalism The promise to repay by the govern ment will furnish nn inducement to savings deposits which private enterprise cannot supply and nt such a low rate of Interest as not to withdraw custom from existing banks It wil substantially Increase the funds available for Investment as capital in use ful enterprises It will furnish the absolute security which makes the proposed scheme of government guar anty of deposits so alluring without its pernicious results Ship Subsidies Advocated I sincerely hope that the incoming I congress will be alive as It should be to the importance of our foreign trade and of encouraging in every way feasible The possibility of increasing this trade In the orient in the Philip pines and in South America is known to every one who has given the matter attention Time direct effect of free trade between this country and thd Philippines will be marked upon our sale of cottons agricultural machinery and otLer manufactures The necessi ty of the establishment of direct line s of steamers between North and South America has been brought to thq at tention of congress by my predecessor r and by Mr Root before pad after hisi nOtewdrlhy visit to that continent add I sincerely hope that congress may 16 induced to see the wisdom Of a tenta tive effort to establish such lines by the use of mail subsidies The Importance which the department of agriculture and of commerce and labor may play in ridding the markets of Europe of prohibitions and discriminations against the Imports tion of our pjOducts is fully under iI win stood and it is hoped that the use ot o time maximum and minlirium feature iii of our tariff law to be soon passed will aq bo effective to remove many of those lit restrictionsmfe Lock Canal Plan Defended tit The Panama canal will have a mot important bearing upon the trade beqcth tween the eastern and the far western sections of our country and will catransportationand the western seaboard and may V lbpOssiblynental rates with respect to bulky metUchandise It will also have a ofbetween flotsome of the Important ports of thetqVI itbyrrworkisfactory progress The typo of theacanal as a lock canal was fixed byt1congress after a full consideration ortthe conflicting reports of tho majoritya boardsg w tlwartluponthat something had occurred on theaIsthmus to make tho lock type of time canal less feasible than it was supciposed to be when the reports were made and the policy determined ontr tl led to a visit to the isthmus of aaboard of competent engineers to exambm ine the Odtun dam and locks which aa are the key of the lock type The rehport of that board shows that nothingehas occurred In the nature of nowlyerevealed evidence which should changevthe views once formed in tho original q discussion The construction will gofon under a most effective organization 0 controlled by Colonel Gocthals and hisbfellow army engineers associated withthim and will certainly be completedeearly in the next administration If notebefore 0 Some type of canal must bo conrstrutted The lock type has beenseIIlooted We are all In favor of having it built as promptly as possible We must not now therefore keep up a fire in the rear of tho agents whom weshave authorized to do our work on the isthmus We must hold up their bands and speaking for the Incoming administration I wish to say that I propose to devote all the energy possijble nnd under my control to the pushll ing of this work on the plans whichtt have been adopted and to stand behindIthe men who are doing faithful hard i work to bring about the early comply Won of this the greatest constructive lt enterprise of modern times Free Trade With Philippines The governments of our dependen cies in Porto Rico and the Philippines fire progressing as favorably as could be desired The prosperity of Porto Rico continues unabated The bust ness conditions in the Philippines are not all that we could wish them to UCr but with the passage of tho new tariff bill permitting free trade between the United States and tho archipelago with such limitations in sugar and tobacco ns shall prevent injury to the domestic interests on those products we can count on an improvement In business conditions in the Philippines and the development of a mutually tblscQun11nnd uplioliImg increasing popular control which might be expected under American auspices The work which we nre doing there redounds to our credit its a nhU hIWords of Friendship For the South I look forward with hope to increase ing the already good feeling between the south nail the other sections of tie country My chief purpose Is not fojeffect a change In the electoral vote of the southern states That is a secdnd iContinued On page Sevcni Home Seekers 1 EXCURSION I TUESDAY MARCH 16th 4 Our Private Pullman Cars will be run from Louis yule Ky to Canadian Texas and berths will be furnished free through to the land Deal with reliable people who are financially re dnotY other i thin to get your money Ve guarantee Feverything to be as represented or refund faro paid I A postal will bring full particulars letter is bettor d lAddressf 4 THE MOODY LANDS COMPANY I I Geo 0 Cundiff Dist Mngrj Upton Ky Office 423 West Jefferson LOUISVILLE KY r When j6u write ncntion this paper jj Cat 1 we 0 1 I0 st Ia Tofts InauguralAddress I IConttnued from page Six ary conslflerntlon What I look for- wardv to is nil Increase In the tolerance of political views of nil kinds anti their advocacy throughout the south pontlcnl more than than this to nn Increase feeling on the part of nil tho people in the south thlt this government Is their government and that Its officers in their states arc their officers The Negro Question The consideration of this question- ii cannot lhowever be complete and full WithOUt reference to the negro race Its progress and Its present condition The thirteenth amendment secured them freedom tho fourteenth amend ment dUe process of law protection of property and the pursuit of happi ness and tho fifteenth amendment at tempted to secure the negro against any deprivation of tho privilege t l vote because hp was a negro Tho thirteenth and fourteenth amendments have been generally enforced- and have secured the objects for which they were intended Whlld tho fit teenth amendment has not been gener ally observed in the past it ought t be observed nod the tendency of Jfuthorn leslslatlun today Is towar tho enactment of electoralI qualifica dons which shall square with that amendmentNo of Fifteenth Amendment Of course tae uiLiv adoption of constitutional I law isI only uuu step inn the right direction it niist bo fairly and justly enforced au ved in time both will come Llenci it IIs Blear to all that the domination of an Ignoruut Irresponsibly clement ran IK prevent ed by coustltutlonul IIVM whlh HlIallI excludo from voting bo li ijims and whites not having minimum ur lithe qualifications thought to be iiivesmar for a proper electorate The dange of the control of an Ignorant ulurtonite has therefore passed With this change the interest which many of this suuth ern white citizens take In the welfar- of tho negroes has Increased The colored men must base their hope on the results of their own Industry self restraint thrift and business success as well as upon the aid and comfort and sympathy which they may receive from their white neighbors of tho south There was a time when northerners who sympathized with the ne gro In his necessary struggle for bet ter conditions sought to give to himI the suffrage as a protection and to en force Its exercise against the prevail lug sentiment of the south The move meat proved to bo a failure What remains Is tho fifteenth amendment to the constitution and tho right to have quallficalI1ast of compliance with that amendment This Is a great protection to the negro It never will be repealed and It never ought to be repealed If it had not been passed it might be difficult now tar adopt it but with It in our funda mental law the policy of southern leg islation must and will tend to obey it and so long as the statutes of the states meet the test of this amend ment and are not otherwise in con filet with the constitution and laws of the United States it is not the disposi tion or within tho province of the fed eras government to Interfere with theI regulation by sopthern states of their domestic affairs Negro Is Now American There Is In the south a stronger feel ing than ever among the intelligent well to do and influential element 1InI favor of the Industrial education of the negro and the encouragement of tho race to mako themselves members of the community The progress which the negro has made tin the last fifty years from slavery when Its statistics are reviewed is marvel ous and it furnishes every reason t hopo that in tho next twentyfive yearsI a still greater improvement In his condition as a productive tnember of society on the farm and in tiie shop and In other occupations may come Tho negroes are now Americans Their ancestors camo here years ago against their will and this Is their only court Ijcy and their only flag They have lIqowu themselves anxious to llvo for It and to die for it Encountering th- race feeling against them subjecte- of times to cruel Injustice growing out ef it they may well have our profound sympathy and aid in tho struggle the ire making We are charged with the sacred duty of making their path as jtmpqth and easy as wp can Any I recognition of their distinguished men I lay appointment to office from amon their number in properly taken as an encouragement and an appreciation olf l their progress and this just policy hall be pursued I The Appointment of Negroes But it may wet admit of doub- whether in case of any race an ap pointment of one of their number to tlalocal office in a community In which kSEEDS f Fresh ReHab Puro guaranteed to Pleaeo Every GallteneuudI Planter should teat the superior inorltB of our- Northernarownaeedl SPECiaL OFFER I 111we IIJi n 1 alt 6IfAroelarlkGry XO- it SkJ KjrlrirrowhfMfbl1 lie I i I ta 1uIUrttmVjUtUltue 104- if NN lerarlahaCaalrDletia4 IIi I 1 1uRFdloI l r T 4 rtl 14 roceire tiaunt raraonr C UMUM to u asdxtt 1lttitru p t itoaUrolwlunois- r I i rt Easy Confinement l It you line cause to fear the pains of childbirth remember that they are due to weakness or dis case of the womanly organs and sufferdones The specific Medicinal vege thatnfamous female medicine and wo manly tonic OfCARDW WOMANS RELIEF Is composed will build up the afafooand thus prevent needless suffer lag Before my confinement writes Mrs Rose Schubarin of Manu ment Colo I had such bearing down pains I didnt know what to do Cardul quickly relieved me fineo12ib baby was sick only thirty haveda doctorAt All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE mpt Advisory Tho Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga TenD fl 3b me race reeling Is so widespread and acute as to interfere with the case and facility with which the local govern ment business con be done by the ap pointee Is of sulllclent benefit by way of encouragement to the race to outweigh the recurrence and increase of race feeling which such nn appoint ment Is likely to engender Therefore negroerace by appointments must exercise a careful discretion not thereby to do it more harm than good On tho other hand we must be careful not to en courage the mere pretense of race feel ing manufactured In the interest of in dividual political ambition No Race Feeling In White House Personally I have not the slightest taco prejudice or feeling and rccognl tlon of its existence only awakens in my heart n deeper sympathy for those who have to bear it or sultan from It and I question tho wisdom of a policy which Is likely to increase it Mean time If nothing is done to prevent o better feeling between the negroes and the whites In the south will continue to grow and more and more of the white people will como to realize that the futue of tho south Is to bo much benefited by the Industrial and Intel lectunl progress of the negro The ex crclso of political franchises by those of his race who are Intelligent and well to do will be acquiesced in and the right to vote will be withheld only from the Ignorant and Irresponsible of both races The Labor Question There is one other matter to which I shall refer It was made the subject of great controversy during the ciao tlon and calls for at least a passing reference now My distinguished predecessor has given much attention to the cause of labor with whose struggle for better things ho has shown the sincerest sympathy At his Instanc congress has passed the bill fining tho liability of interstate carriers to their employees for injury sustained In tho 1course of employment abolishing tho rule of fellow servant and the common law rule us to contributory negligence and substituting therefor tho so called rule of comparative negligence It has compduosatlon of government employees for injuries sustained In the employ of the government through the negligence of tho superior It also passed a model child labor law for the District of Co lumbla In I previous administrations an arbitration law for interstate com mcrco railroads and their employees and laws for tho application of safety devices to save thee lives and limbs of employees of Interstate railroads had 0been passed Additional legislation of this kind was passed by the outgoing congress canyI hope to promote tho enactment of 1 further legislation of this character I am strongly convinced that tho government should make itself as responsible to employees injured in its employ as an interstate railway corpora- tIon is mado responsible by federal1 law to its employees and I shall boI glad whenever any additional reasona blo safety device can be invented tq amontg urge congress to require its adoption by interstate railwaysUse of Injunctions Necessary Another labor question has arisen Which has awakened the most excited discussion That is in respect to tho power of tho federal courts to issue injunctions in industrial disputes As to that my convictions are fixed Take away from courts if it could be taken InjunctollriJIwoutacreateaand save the lawless among their number from a most needfull remedy avail able to all men for the protection of wlilcpclnnln JRIuttet I of UIi i tf Usually linked with one to nnil i iil secondary boycott lawful Much u proposition is at variance with the American Instinct and will find no support In my Judgment when submitted to tho American people Tho see ondary boycott Is an Instrument of tyranny and ought not to be made legitimate Tho issuing of a temporary restrain ing order without notice has in several Instances been abused by its incon slderate exercise and to remedy this tho platform upon which I was elect ed recommends the formulation In a statute of the conditions under which such a temporary restraining order ought to Issue A statute can and ought to be framed to embody the hest modern practice and can bring the subject so closely to the attention of the court as to make abuses of the process unlikely In the future American peo pie if I understand them Insist that = the authority of the courts shall bo sustained and are opposed to any change In the procedure by which the powers of a court may be weakened and tho fearless and effective admin istration of justice be Interfered with Having thus reviewed the questions likely to recur during my administra thou and having expressed In a sum mary way tho position which I expect to take in recommendations to con gross and In my conduct as an executive I Invoke the considerate sym pathy and support of my fellow citi J zens and the aid of Almighty God In J the discharge of my responsible duties Near Death In Big Pond It was a tbrillineexperience to Mrs Ida Soper to face deathII For years ai severe lung trouble gave me intens suffering she WI iteslIand severs times nearly caused my death All1 remedies failed and doctors said I was Incurable Then Dr Kings New DIs oovery brought quick relief and I cure so permanent that JiiiVe notneen troubled ititwelveyear Mrs Soper lives in Big Pond Pa It works wonders In coughs and colds Bore Lungs Hemorrhages LaQrrippe As thma Croup Whooping Cough an all Bronchial affections GOC and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Keepsakes Washington Irving who wrote tin following lines on the value of trlfiesI evidently believed In them as em1 blems of friendship There is something after all i those trifles that friends bestow upo each other which is an unfailing ind cation of the place the giver holds in the affections I would believe that one who preserved a lock of hair a simple flower or any trifle of my bestowing loved me though no show was made of it while all the protesta tions in the world would not win my confidence in one who set no value on such little things Trifles they may be but It is by such that character and disposition are oftenest revealed 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 a well known fact th i occasionally you will find one who winth h try to sell yowl something elso who you call for a remedy of established d reputation He forgets that your health is more important than his pocketbookFor when you ask for Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great KidIney Liver and Bladder Remedy dont let any druggist drug clerk or storei keeper persuade you into buying something else in its place Every time heI succeeds in selling you a worthless sub stitute he makes more profit but youI are humbugged at the expense of your healthFor many years we have watched j with much interest the remarkable I record maintained byDr Kilmers SwampRoot From the very beginning the proprietors had so much confi dence In it that they Invited everyone to send for a free sample bottle so that people could judge of its great curative value in even the most distressing cases of kidney liver and troublesOn page of this paper yo will find a few of the letters prompte by feelings of heartfelt gratitude that are constantly coming to Dr Kilmer Company No one can doubt SUCllI sincere and honest testimony SwampRoot is prepared only by DrI KllmerCo Laboratories Bingham ton N YDont experlraentIf you need a medicine you should have theI best I The Missing Link A lawyer having offices in a Phlla dolphin building wherein there fire some hundreds of tenants recently lost a cult link one of a pair that he greatly prized Being absolutely certain that he had dropped the link some where In the building he caused a n I tice to bo posted in tho following termsLostA gold cuff link Tho ownerI William Ward will deeply appreciate Its immediate return That afternoon on passing the door whereon this notice was posted what were the feelings of the lawyer to b servo that appended thereto were these lines The finder of the missing cuff link would deem It a great favor if th owner would kindly lose tho other link Harppra WeeklyI Oa IJI 0RBMW theTheKind You HafflMmys Bought SIgnAture of GGGCiEd 0- ur II J m LV 7 ff JY V rA The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company =B F BEARD DIRECTORS PresidentCapital 50000Morris Eskridge M II BEARD Surplus and UnaG WJBeard D S Richardson Cashierdivided1 Profits Dr A M Kincheloc + PAUL COMPTON C V Robertson Assistant Cashier 1 1000UUB F Beard Pays 3 per cent on time depositsno more Three per cent is as much as the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed bank can afford to pay v q ANNUAL REPORT OF THE j Irvington Presbyterian Church For Year Ending December 31 1908 RECEIPTS Total receipts from members 28395 Total receipts special sub scriptions 28310 50705 EXPENDITURES Current expenses Pastors Salary20000I-ns on Church and llance 10 00 Sexton 2400 Coal oil etc 13 90 Sunday School Literature 1500 Bldg and repairs 175 00 Hyinbooks 10 00 Pres Dues 1350 BENEVOLENCES Foreign Missions 15 00 400dChurch Erection 500 Synodical Missions 1000 Ministerial Relief 700 Education 500 Home Missions 15 00 Young Peoples Work 1000 StateiSunday School Association York 500- Evangelist Prison Work 100- n Ladles Missionary Society 20 Co purl poses 507 05 S C DOWELL Treas Upon the first day of the week et every one of you lay by him in store as God has prospered him I Cor 162 4500 of this amount was given by outside friends Announcements II CHURCH Church services on the first Sunday of each month morning and evening alsoen Saturday afternoon before the first Sunday SUNDAY SCHOOL Sunday School every Sunday morn ing at ten oclock- CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY Christian Endeavor Society meets on the first and thirdSunday evenings LADIES MISSIONARY SOCIETY Ladles Missionary Society meets on Saturday afternoon before the first Sunday x BROTHERHOOD The Brotherhood meets on Saturday afternoon before the second Sun day MEMBERSHIP Number of resident members 00 Number in Sunday School 55 CHURCH OFFICERS ELDEIIS DEACONS W G Bandy SU Dowell Beadyrinfo L Dowell PayneuJ V St Clair rlEW GRAVES Pastor Race Suicide Is not nearly the menace to increase in population that deaths among infants are Eight out of ten of those teethe are d reolly or indirectly noosed by bowel troubles MuUee a baby Elixir cater diarrnoeu dyaentaty eour stom aoh and all infant ailment of tins nature Just the thing for loathing tobies Price 25o and GOo per bottle Sold by A B Fibber Jn Training Are you going to mlnglo in tho oldatime friend III dont know yet answered Mr fnuirox 91 depends on whether vtjior and tile girls ran tench me to nt I lta Ti ors u lt i n fr rt wither inn 1 1I mo j111IIY cll s 1 ItSavod His Leg All thought Id lose my leg writes- J J A Swenson Watertown Win Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Thou Bucklens Arnica Salve cured U sound and welt Infallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Bolls aPdlPi1es1 t t 1 i w C err FIELD SEEDS FOR SALE Northern White Oats Mixed Seed Oats Corn Timothy and Clover Hay Coaltand Brick at Depot Hardinsburg Ky HESTON WHITWORTH CO t r THE I y1Tnemosocentrally located and tlrst class hotel In the Jclty onlJIIjJ Fifth Avenue too rate Ij principalja i I Street cars pass tbeldoor to all parts Iof the city- EverythingI y Louisville IKya neat andclean Ii PIKE CAMPBELL Mgrv ON AN OCEAN LINER It Doesnt Pay to Get Haughty With the Stewards Never oh never speak harsh words of rebuke to a steward on an ocean liner declared a congressman of Now YorkOne summer I journeyed over to the other side The first day out at mealtime I found that I had to em brace the table leg to get near enough to operate with my knife and fork For my unpleasant seat I called the steward to account Most harsh was my criticism Then I told him I would have my meals served thereafter in the upper cabin The next morning the cabin stew ard told me of a better room and that I should get It immediately It was more costly and elaborately furnished than the one I occupied with my trav cling companion Then too it was on the main deck I looked over the new room and decided to change I had my luggage with that of my friend moved below When my friend found the new quarters he gasped with horror Man alive he said this is the worst hole on the ship You and I are In for a great big seasick We got every Jar of the ship and good and seasick too The day I landed the dining room steward met mo on the deck Much obliged for changing he said It was at my request that the cabin steward got you to move The gentleman ahead of you In that cabin and who wanted to move gave me 75 to fix tho deal I thank you for what Is a most glorious tip Washington Post We say without hesitation that DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are unequaled for weak kidneys baon ache inflammation of the bladder and all uninary disorders They are septic and act promptly In all cases of weak back backache rheumatism and rheumatic pains Accept no substitute We sell and recomjiend them All dingglsts WILD MACEDONIA Strenuous Life Amid Savage Animals In the Balkans Besides some warlike men Macedonia contains an abundance of wild animals A traveler writes By the side of oaks and walnuts you find great tortoises and snakes eight feet long and bears and wolves abound They are a serious drag upon Indus try and even in civilized Bulgaria it has lately been found necessary to increase the government rewards for killing them I believe it to bo a true story that a party of peasants with horses was not long ago wholly destroyed by wolves In the Mori IIovo mountains nothing but the bits and stirrup Irons being found to record themIn the same hulls the peasants mi grate for the summer to lofty shoul ders whero tho land is fiat enough to grow little patches of maize and here night after night they wilt sit up with a flre to drive oil bears There are tragic stories of women with babies In their arms beating off bears with burning brands from the fire The prevalence of eagles is a de lightful feature for the traveler and on the cliffs of Montenegro I once counted at the same moment thirty nine ravens Subscribe for The News n n Wormology should be studied by every parent your child is nervous fretful IfII in its sleep is pasty faced nas under its eyes always heems hungry Is net gaining weight you can be aura the trouble is worms Whites Cream Vermifuge is an absolute cure for worms Is its own purgative Sold by A R Fisher A WHISTLER WHIM =t dfl I The Artist Wouldnt Argue About His Birthplace 1Jnmes1 sist upon inquiring Into two details his biography In which ho offf and professed with some that he was not interested These do i tails were his age and his place of i birth a It was once mentioned In a Parisian paper that Whistler was born In Balti more Although this was contrary to fact Whistler could not be Induced to correct it The mistake was copied I over and over again and angry patri ots from Massachusetts accidentally I the birthplace of this citizen of the world would write Impassioned letters t to him asking him to deny the libel All he could be prevailed upon I to say was If It pleases any one to have me born In Baltimore let mo be born In Baltimore An Individual hailing from Lowell Mass onto apos t trophizcd him In tho generally insult ing manner which certain people regard as etiquette In addressing a man of genius upon a first introduction- Mr Whistler said the stranger like me you were born In Lowell Mass and you are sixtyeight years of age and I am sixtyseven I re memberII The painter interrupted wearily and plaintively My dear sir if you like to be born In Lowell Mass and you enjoy being sixtyseven years of age well and good but I dont want to be sixtyeight years of ago and dont remember being born In Lowell Mass New York Telegraph Harsh physics react weaken the bowels cause chronic constipation Doans Regulets operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation 2So Ask your druggist for them WHEN WRITING rl News items to The News pleasa sign your name and NOT uA Friend Then we know the information is from a reliable source Editor thebestrenlatedThomas Electric Oil for such emer holdstheoftheMicrobe People Just now are living in a state of almost morbid apprehension con corning what they should eat and drink There have been the paleo T llthlc ago and the red sandstone age Tho present ago would como to be known as the bacillus microbe and tubercle ageLord Habblcsdale In House of Lords OJk JH TOH 3C JLu eIfIt1 too Kind You Hue Awty8 ll- t Miit 1J 4 1- y f TLU w ijJ J- iw i r tf tu 1 HER PHYSICIAN itADVISEDTaking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Columbus OhioI have takent I I Till V plnlrhnmlZ VPt1hln COin pound d u r i n change of life My doctor told me it was good and since taking it I feel so much better that I can do all my work again I thinkLydia E Plnkliams vegetable Compound a fine remedy for all womans troubles and I newer forget to telli my friends what it has done for meI sirs E HANSON 304 East Long St Columbus Olio- Another Woman Helped Granitoville VtI was passing through the Change of Lifeand suffered annoyinsymptoms table Compound restored myhealthan- strength and proved worth mountains of gold to me For the sake of otheri suffering women I am willing you should publish my letterMmg CIIAULES BARCLAY RFD Granite vine Vt- Women who arc passing through this critical period or who are suffering from any of those distressing ills p culiar to their sex should not lose sig of the fact that for thirty years Lyd 33 Pinkhams Vegetable Compouu- which is made from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills In almost every community you will find women who have been restored to health by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound = r t SOME EXPERIENCES J I X11j m JOP =j m CLOVEKPORT GIRLS ff JCloverport has long been known for its beautiful sunsets and pretty girls but few people know about the many interesting experiences that have come into the brief lives of the ones who are now enjoying the state of be ing real grown up young ladies One could not term these experiences non proper because they were unpremedi tated and each one was unexpected 000 Mr S is coining tonight said the girl in this city who is known for her marked resemblance to Gib sons IJternal Question one night recently Who is Mr S I in quired quickly Oh you know that man who was so nice to me on the train when I was taken ill that time t I went to Cincinnati explained Miss Question Mark She kept talking saying she had no idea how he looked und only remembered his broad shoulders and his sympathic brown eyes Homehow and sometime he learned her name and sent her a postcard Of course she sent him one in return Then her uncle look ed him up and learned he was all right and best of all owned an orange grove In Florida Really I dont know whether I will like him or not were the last words she said to me as she lifted her chin and passed on The next time I saw the living picture I asked Did you like him She answeredlAh Kid you will never know 4 o00- g When I went to Nashville one winter just as I was leaving the coach a goodlooking man walking behind me said very politely and softly I have drawn your picture Six months after that I got a nice little note from the man enclosing a check for 100 He wrote he had re celved 300 from a popular magazine for my picture and he considered that I was entitled to a part The pretty girl is now wearing an exquisite diamond ring Whether the artist bought it or whether she bought it with the artists money is yet to beg ascertained by her curious friends 000dClOne time almost caught aforeign beau said a girl seriously to me It was the only time I ever got away from the sticks The last thing mother said to me when I got on the train was to not even look at a mane I certainly tried to obey but you acds sometimes This man smiled at me and of course I didnt cry Then h asked me if I should like to see hisI magazine I told him no After that he had the porter to bring me some fruit I refused that notwithstandin I was almost starved When the trai pulled into Washington he put a magazine on my chair and said Perhaps you would like to look at the pictures As I adjusted my I glanced at the magazine and fursI on the cover was 3Nomatter where you are With whomsoever you be Put a thought of love on wings And let it fly to me r B 000 As long as I live I shall never for get seeing the man to whom mother promised me to aboutwell a little This is the most dangerous time of the year to catch cold and it is the hardest time to cure it If you should taUela cold a few doses of Kennedys Laxtiitve Cough Syrup will not very promptly Its laxative principle cures Vie oold by driving it from the system by a gentle but natural notion of the bowels Children especially 1 ke Ken nedys Laxative Cough byrup as It tastes good neatly like maple sugar It is sold by all druggists Calicos best goods oc Blench Cotton 4t to 7c Outing Cloth 7 c- All Wool Dress Goods 38c All Colors of Moirs 39c Percales from 7c lOc Ginghams from 5te to Sc Waist Goods from 7c IGc Old Hickory Shirting no and 8c Good Quality Jeans I 23c Best Quality Blue Donim 12io Towels from 8c each to pair 35c Mens Collars each Ladies Hose from 8c pair 19o Childrens Hose from 8c pair to 19c Mens Socks from pair to 26c WAS Druggists Hear Much Praise for A Simple homeMade Mixture Some remarkable stories are being told about town and among the coun try people coming inbf this simple home made mixture curing Rheumatism and Kidney trouble Here is the recpo and directions fqr taking Mix by shako ing well in a bottle onehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kargon three ounces Com pound Syrup Sarsaparilla Take as a dose one teaspoonful after meals and at bedtime No change need be made in your usual diet but drink plenty of good waterThis mixture has a peculiar tonic ef fect upon the kidneys cleansing theJJ cloggedup pores of the eliminative tis sues forcing the kidneys to sift and strain from the blood the uric acid and other poisonous waste matter overcoming Rheumatism Bladder and Urin ary troubles in a short while A druggist here who has had hun dreds of calls for these ingredients sinceI the first announcement in the news papers last October stated that the people who once try itco swear by itIespecially those who have Urinary and Kidney trouble and suffer with RheuI matismAll druggists in this neighborhood say they can supply the ingredients which are easily mixed at home There is said to be no better bloodcleansing agent or system tonic known and cer tainly none more harmless or simple to use anehonest girl last week One night we were coming home from Louisville and as soon as mother and I entered scatginn teresting looking man was sitting I always look around for the men But I was too sleepy to flirt and my eyelids were so heavy I could not even peep at him she explained re gretfully But I heard him say You know Mrs B you promised her to me when she was a baby girl1 It aroused me but you have an Idea how tired and sleepy a country girl is after invading the city shops When I awakened the man was gone but lying on my pocketbook was a little slip of paper on which was written A sweet girl Is like a cinder hard to get out of a mans eyes If I could only just one more time get to see that man I would be willing to stay awake forever Dont you believe me she asked A L B Suffered andthe tor ments of itching piles Nothing helped mo until I used Doans Ointment It oured me permanently Hon John R Garrett Mayor Girard Ala Subscribe for The News C3TALL AT COST Neck Tics at 19c to 39o Work Shirts 40c Fine Shirts 39c and 76c 42 piece Set Dishes 370 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 o Gone Home News has been received of the death of Elnora Morgan the Infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Morgan of Roberts Bottom Sickroom Mirrors Only a land mirror should find place in a sickroom said a doctor and it should be ono flattering to the patient tho kind for instance which If the face is too broad will lengthen it a little And the patient should only be allowed to look In the mirror at prppltlous times Many a patient has been frightened literally to death by his haggard reflectionhas looked sighed end renounced hope But many another patient In n really bad way really desperate toobeing given a look at himself just after he has taken a stimulant has bucked up wonderfully In fact a sickroom mirror wisely bandIed is a curative agent while reck lessly handled it may kill His Usual Way The new waitress sidled up to n dapper young man at the breakfast table who after glancing at the bill opened his mouth and n noise issued forth that sounded like the ripping off of all of the cogs on ono of the wheels In tho power house The new waitress made her escape to the kitchen Fel low out there Insulted me she said The head waiter looked at him Ill get it ho said Thats Just the train caller ordering his breakfast Argo naut Improved How do you like your alarm clock naked the Jeweler First rate You didnt seem pleased with It at firstNo but Its broken now TitBits FOLKS SAY THE Dear Mr Babbage Enclosed is my check Please re new my subscription to The News We always enjoy reading the News and look forward to Its coming every Thurs day morning as we would a letter from homeMrs J B Randell 1120 W Broadway Louisville Ky 000 Mr BabbageThis e will extend my sub scription to May 22 I like The News Doris E Taveling Tar Fork Ky 000 Find enclosed 1 Please send the News one year and obligeWm T Hale Brandenburg Ky 000 Mr find 225 1 is for a newI subscription and 125 is for a back dueI subscription which I told you I would payJ J Wooster 000 Orchard TexasII Please send me the News If you dont Ill have to leave homeCurt Weatherholt t1The Is Pcruna an alcoholic beverage in disguise Is it possible to use Perax as a substitute for whiskey Do people buy Peruna and use it as a toddy or a bitters or a bracer It would be the easiest thing in the world for any one to demonstrate tit falsity of suchstatements Lot any ono go to the drug store and purchase a bot tIe of Per na Let him undertake to use itas abeverage or take this remedy ia doses larger than those prescribed on the bottle Would there be alcoholio intoxication Nothing of the sort Let any one try it and see Peruna is a medical compound quite heavily loaded with medicinal ingred ients If taken in doses larger than prescribed it would produce positivt drug effect No one could take it as a beverage Ifany one doubts these state monts try it and see Wo know that Peruna cannot be used as a beverage that it will not intoxicate that it cannot used as a substitute for liquors Wo guarantee that PERUNA CONTAINS NO CHEAP WHISKEY OR ANY OTHER WHISKEY for that matter It contains a small per cent of cologne spirits absolutely essential to disc solve and hold in solution medicinal ingredients but the drugs contained in Peruna prohibit its use as a beverage It would be tho easiest thing in the world for any one to demonstrate this if they chose to do so Peruna is sold everywhere THE INGREDIENTS ARE PLAINLY PRINTED ON EACH BOTTLE It has been said over and over again that chemists have analyzed Peruna and found it to contain only oubebs and whiskey Now wo challenge any chemist to demonstrate any such statement Lot any one who has even a smattering knowledge of chemistry purchase a bottle of Peruna and see whether or not it contains whiskey find out for himself whether or not it is composed of cheap whiskey and cubobs Of course cubebs is one of the of Peruna but there are many other ingred ients It contains hydrastis canadensis corydalis formosa collinsonia and at least four other medicinal To be sure no chemist could so ana lyze Peruna as to be able to identify the various medicinal ingredients Thi is beyond the ability ofany chemist But any ordinary chemist would be able to say that Peruna is heavily loaded with medicinal of some kind in addition to cubebs Now why are these statements repeated when their falsity could be DO easily demonstrated Simply because there is continued hostility toward Pe runa on the part of the medical profession Very likely the magazines which took up the crusade against Peruna and denounced it as a cheap beverage were misled by statements of the medical profession Probably they were sincere in their attitude towards it But now after all these things have been said and refuted it would seem to be in order for such people to use a little fairness and common sense in the matter Every timo any one says that Peruna is nothing but cheap whiskey and cubebs he is telling alie an absolute falsehood Most people intend to speak the truth But the prevalent habit of repeating other peoples statements without investigation as to their truth has led many wellmeaning people to say these false things about Peruna Used according to the directions on the bottle PERUNA IS A SAFE AND RELIABLE CATAF1tl1 REMEDY but like any other good medicine if taken in excess of those doses it will produce drug effects very to the person who takes it It is therefore up to every honest person to quit making such statement concerning Peruna or acknowledge that ho is repeating slanders about which he knows nothing One might just as well say that Castor Oil is an intoxicant that if taken in large enough doses it will operate as a booze If people never tried to see but simply repeated such statements about Castor Oil the majority ofpeople would come to believe them It is no easier to demonstrate such a statement about Castor Oil than it would be about Peruna Any one who takes Peruna knows that such statements are false To say that Peruna is cheap 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