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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l t THE BRECKENRIDGENEWS4I = ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT f VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 17 1909 8 I ales t 36 POOLHILF Marriage of Interest To Breck enridge People Takes Place In Los Angles California Invitations were received In this county to the wedding of Miss Edna Pool to Mr Richard H Hilf The marriage took place Thursday March the fourth in Los Angles California Mr and Mrs half are at home at 533 Sduth Hooner Street in that city Mrs HUE in the daughter of Mrs J C Pool Mr Hilt is secretary of the chief of police in Los Angeles t IRVINGTON Mrs Jones who has been visiting her sister Mrs James F Claycomb for a week left for her h6me In Louis ville Sunday- Mr John Waller of Hopkinqville Ky whs a visitor of Miss Evelyn Herndon for a few days last week Mr J F Claycomb spent Saturday at Glendeane Last week was a busy week for the popular and uptodate auctioneer D W Henry He cried three sales at West Point and one atGarfield and one here tm Miss Beulah Mudd is the delegate 11 it i from here to the Baptist Sunday School Convention to be held at Elizabethtown In April Mr Stites and Mr Irwin of Houls vllle were in town Tuesday Mr and Mrs LaRue Cox entertained a few friends last Sunday to dinner In honor of their daughter Kather ines sixth birthday The table was beautlfullyldecorated with evergreens cut flowers and candles She received a number of very handsome presents Covers were laid for twelve little tots Mr Leo King left Tuesday for quite an extended trip through Kansas on a prospecting tour Mrs Virginia Callaway and laughter Virginia arrived Thursday from Smithville Ky to be the guests of her sister Mrs Kate Bennett fo sometime Mrs Brown is spending thin week at Jolly Station visiting relatives Miss Mary Cornwall has from Louisville where she was the guest of her sister Mrs R E Turner Mr Frank Peyton spent two days In Louisville last week buying new spring goods for the Lyons Dry Goods CompanyMr Neafus of Guston has accepted a position as clerk in the hardware store of C D Ashcraft Prof Frank Allen Peake the noted I humorist will lecture In the town hall Wednesday evening March 17 Everybody come and have a good laugh I = z I The Most Liberal ContestI- s t Is prepared by our Publicity Department for the purpose of more generally and + thoroughly Advertising the line of pianos made by usThe Baldwin Ellington Hamilton Howard and Valley Gem8s well as to secure a new list of piano andI player prospects for 1909 which compiled through the medium of canvassers and solicitors would be very costly It is a well Known Fact That advertising under modern business methods is a most important factor in the marketing of any article Having both manufactured and sold pianos and piano players for a period of nearly half a cen tury we have found that Baldwinmade pianos in the homes of satisfied patrons the invaluable advertisers We have ac t cordingly diverted a portion of the fund usually spent in periodicals magazines billboards etc to this method of Direct Advertising i by which the benefits go to the many purchasers instead of few publishers Ili Baldwin Contests Therefore Inp l k varably Prove Direct Home Economy Out of Town ContestantsI I Those living outside of Louisville have the same opportunity as those living in the it city as the awarding of prizes will be t baSedon the correctness and neatness of i solutions instead of the time in which they are receivedi L Contest closes Thursday March 25 1909 at 6 oclock p mi1lDd all answers must reach us by that time I kMusic Book Free to Every Contestant Each and evyery person entering the con test will bo entitled to a book of music i 1 FREE Winners of Rebus Prizes Last Year o Wm Del h400 Ellington Piano 111 East Jacob Street Louisville Ky Mrs R D Pratt 400 Hamilton Piano Shblbyville Ky Miss Anna Lyons 250 Baldwin Piano Player 3312 3rd St Louisville Ky o 1tIJsRT Rogers 250 Baldwin Piano Player 217E SpringStlTew Albany Indu 6 rIJ u Mrs Nannie Wathen who has been In Louisville for the past two months came home Saturday for a several days visit to her mother Mrs Eliza Jolly Mr and Mrs H H Kemper were at the Seelbach for a few days lastweck Mrs Lydia A Jolly Ihas gone to Mt Vernon Ill for a visit of several months to her mother Mrs Nannie Williams Mrs Orla Woolfolk and little son have returned to Brandenburg after a short visit to her sister Mrs T R Blythe Miss Mary Peyton delightfully en tertained a few of her friends on last Thursday eveningI torHardinsburg after an absence of several days here visiting her aunt Mrs Feed H McGehee t 1Mr Alex Dent of Louisville was the guest of Mr and Mrs Henry Head Sunday Misses Mabel McGlothlan and Nellie Smith will leave in a short time for Elizabethtown to visit Mrs Mattie Cox for a week- Clarence Penick went to Loulsrille Monday on a business trip The Rev T W Gayer pastor of the Baptist Church began a series of five sermons on last Sunday evening His text was Gods Attitude toward Sin 1 4 First Prize For the correct or nearest c Treat and best solution of rebus we wll present absolutely free of charge the b u ful 700 Ellington Combination Pit rPao i For the next correct or noun t Iemect and best solution we will present aS lutely free of charge the beautiful 400 Hamilton Piano Third Prize For the next correct or nearest corrct and best solution we will present asn lutetyfree of Baldwin Piano HARDINSBURG Frank Mercer has been here several days from Louisville Allen Kincheloe medical student in Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents Dr and Mrs A M Kincheloe Claud Mercer came home Saturday after a ten days absence on legal matters in Louisuille and other pointsMr and Mrs J H Pile are at cook for a visit of several days John Hickerson from near Sample has moved to the Mrs Snyder Farm on the Brandenburg road Jess Walls was at Chenault a few days last week T B Henderson of Webster Pres I the Committee and other advisers for 130 p m next Monday said meeting to be In HardlnsburgV The burial of the remains of E T Guthrie who was found dead on the night of the Oth occured Thursday afternoon owing to the belated ar rival of relatives from the South After brief impressive ceremonies at the house conducted by Dr Mather pall bearers Ed Dillon Jeff Dillon Finley Miller Jess Walls Hal Murray I Player Piano ROYAL BAKING are crowd attended the funeral cere moniesF I Jarboe Bro have a meat In connection with their businessJas I Kincheloe who has been InII school at St Melnard Indiana for months is at home until next fallT Lewis was in Crescent Hill Saturday and Sunday to see his daughter who is attending school at Sacred Heart Academy 11II BALDWINS FAMOUS PRIZE REBUS I FREE One 70000 Ellington Combination Player Piano One 40000 Hamilton Piano One 25000 Baldwin Piano Player One Hundred other prizes amounting to thousands of Dollars rpe1of AliT CAN YOU SOLVEAlE l No Expensed Second Prizei PlayerEllington orIganlzatlon bOdY1to Ii Other Prizes To tho other contestants in their or der of merit will be presented Advertis ing Prize allowances as follows 10 Afberiistnff Allowances of ffOO each 10 Advertising Allowances of 95 each 10 Advertising Allowances of 90 each 20 Advertising Allowances of 85 each 20 Advertising Allowances of 80 each 30 Advertising Allowances of 75 each These advertising allowances will be accepted by us as that much credit on any new Piano or Piano Player instru ment manufactured by us at its regular selling price when presented at our warehouse I t tvINSTRUCTIONS jf Give solution to tho robus State tho kind of instrument you have if any Give name n gadu dross oron oiJnore persons whom you think might want a piano Dive your full name and address Mail or deliver to the address given below marking on the envelope J r i r REBUS DEPARTMENT l THE BALDWIN COMPANYINCORPORATED 425 South Fourth Avenue Louisville Kentuchy Contest closes Thursday March 25 1909 at 6 p m All answers must reach us on or before that time Prizes will be awarded Monday March 29 1909 c l 1J t 1 11 1n94 n c + POWDEIlIJIcIIlfflJAuY The finest most tastefuland wholesome biscuit cake and pastry made with Royal Baking Powder and not otherwise Royal isi the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar opened shop several C I I Miss Eliza Stith left Monday for Bowling Green State Normal She will continue in school throughout next year Mrs F Petty of Huntsville Ala bama is visiting her brothers J Wand Allen Guthrie Iw T Wilson returned to his home in Knoxville Tenn Sunday morning Mrs Wilson will remain two weeks visiting relatives and friends Mrs Wilson was Miss Lottie Sharman before marriage and has numerous friends here and other points in the county F I FREEI I 1 Rules Governing the Awards The solutions submitted by the contest ants will be opened for record a short time previous to the date the awards are to be made They will then be examined in the presence of representatives of the Louis ville Times The Louisville Post and The Anzieger whoso decisions will be final and irrevocableShould or more contestants tie in being correct or nearest correct in their solutions awards will then be made upon the form penmanship and general neatness and correctness of such tying contestants papers If you are fortunate in getting one of these Advertising Allowances and already have a piano the Allowance may be dis posedof to some one less fortunate providing such transfer is properly endorsed by usThere are no limits or restrictions as to tho number of contestants in any family but only one prize will bo given in such family and no prizes will be awarded out of territory assigned Only one Advertising Allowance can be applied on purchase of any instrument I Neither the Player Piano Piano or Piano Player nor any of the other prizes will be awarded to anyone employedor connected in any way with the sale of musical instruments nor to anyone winning ft Pianos or Player in any of our formorcontosts All Pianos Marked in Plain Figures As has been our custom for many years past every instrument is marked in plain figures at the regular selling price and not only will the Factory Advertising Allowance bo accepted as so much of a credit but tho balance of the purchase price can be arranged in monthly payments if desiredEvery instrument is made and fully guaranteed by us Handsome stool and ofBcdfrae with each piano r It L U V wirEnk- n1 1- t 7 nrf rr C1 i J 1 I I QJI C10 JII 0II-Q 01JI o QtQ t t0U WHEAT FLOUR 0 CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD I a ll U S GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT 1 Articles Energy lOc will buy 4Beef Sirloin Mutton leg M Ut Milk I Pork loin- Breakfast f- oo1035U w o Cheese 3185 0 i f t U 651OU 1n1 twoliii1 U 1 o In pour that is bleached strength iis sacrificed for colorlol jJf1I 1 jJ1 Q LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY 0 illJLEWISPORT0Lu Lu KENTUCKY lfjJ I0 0 III OOJQOiE r uA W ANDiii 10 EXPECTED 25 RECEIVED I 1 expected a 10 increase and received 25 Not so bad I This letter shows the Business Mans view of graduates of Iour Bookkeeping and Shorthand course ShortIbaudI r Call phone or write for NEW SPECIAL OFFER and list of i graduatesClarks School of BusinessII THE GROWING SCHOOL 937 FOURTH AVE LOUISVILLE KY Home 2330 Cumb S 939 a I M IW MMIJ Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees 1 If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you wantJt and let J us introduce you to the man who has tho very property you are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive I and fair in pllcoIDo You Want to Sell your farm or business If youI Want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling t buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales JnoDBabbage1I I AvenuoJA splendid business stand store 1 750 155 acres on Uardlnsburg and house stock of goods good willetc r Nulls of Sinking road 3 miles Annual sties 5000 to 6000 a yearfrom Sample Improvements dwelling and I beechPostI about 120 per year Three miles from Hooch nover been worked Timber can be railroad station on the branch Here Limestonelaud forIsa small capital to drop right into a good round yyone third cash balance In business For further particulars write easy JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport KyFoR SALFA farm containing 50acros and I andall under fence A nlco cottage of JlVIJj 3950lhalls on lIardlnsburg L5 rooms two cisterns u walled cellar with j of Slaklug road 2 miles U store room over It two good stock burnsfrom Sample lmprovemeuts hog two onestory ono tenant liousu about 5t0 apple and peachhouse anddwellings three big buriitsnecessary trees also pears quinces undaprlcots mostall outhousesblacksmith shop I and pastnrod ull kinds of small fruits including a nice130 acre under cultivation of choicest 200vinyard acres la timber white oak black oak beech grapes acres loUerJI seversandsJ EkrongoodI SAfifift acres situated 1HI tulles from long and easy payments 1 1ItultJoins Uiibu Pierce good Kldcoland dwel r j druggistflag30x41 foot 1 neverfalling sprlug two pontIsand physician in a good town surrounded This Is good tobacco wheat and corn land SO by good prosperous farmers This Is Just acres in timber white oak sugar tree and the ploeo for somu young physician to step I beech balance cleared Plenty of good fruit Into u good practice antI u good drug business Good road to8topheiisportK miles and good An old established physician wants to retire road to Hot IK miles This farm Is not worn Is the reason for selling Nor further partic out It is good land and In good tlr Just the ulars address JNO D BAODAQK CloverI farm for a man with a small family port Ky RURAL TELEPHONES I Mr Farmer arc you interested 1 If so call on the manager of the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph m Company and have him explain tho special Far Line rate ifmorBl f CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE tILEGRAPH COMPANY 41Tr 1Gr3ti rr w J 1l93l1 3l9 7l 9 r r l k b II IIA Gentleman From MississippiB- y THOMAS A WISE JVoielised From the Play by Frederick R Toomke COPYRIGHT 1000 BY THOMAS A WISE CHAPTER X WHEN BENATOnS DISAQKEE wiseacres of Washington bad THE predicted that tho site the hundred million dol gulf naval base would bo decided on in March after the excite ment and gayety attending the presi dential inauguration had subsided On the morning of the day before this action of tho committee on naval affairs was to be taken Secretary lames sat at his desk In Senator Langdons committee room in tho capitol Richard Cullen tho favorite as sociate of EInlnos in his journalistic days out earlier than usual on Ida dally round of the departments for news for his Chicago paper had strolled In and attempted a few of his characteristic cynicisms Haines usual ly found them entertaining but these were directed at Senator Langdon Now let me tell you something Dick the secretary answered firmly Dont you work off all your dyspeptic Ideas in this neighborhood My sena tor is a great man They cant appre date him up hero because hes honest crystal clear I used to think I knew what a decent citizen a real man ought to be but hes taught mo somo new things Hell teach them all something before ho gets through Cullen hung one leg over Halncs deskYoure u nice quiet gentlemanly lIt- tle optimist and I liko you old fellow retorted Cullen But dont de ceive yourself too much Your Senator Langdon is personally one of the best ever But ho was born a mark and a mark holl be to the end of time He looks good now Sure I like his speeches and all that but just wait When some of those old foxes In tho cenato want to put his head in the bag and tie it down they wont have any trouble at all Smiling Halnes looked up at his cynical frIend- T h o bag 11 have to go over my head too he said with a nod Tourc a nice little Well I dont optimist know that Pea body d have to strain himself very much or get such an awful big bag to drop you both in if it comes right down to that old chap Youre making a mistake Youre as bad as your old man Youre a beautiful pair of opti mists and you a good newspaper man tooIts a shame After momentary hesitation Cullen continued thoroughly serious Bud my old friend he said In low tone glancing quickly about theres one thing that youve got to put a stop to Its hurting you The secretarys face showed his bow wildermentWhat you mean he snapped abruptly Out with itl 1 mean replied Cullen that ru mors are going around that you are keeping Langdon away from the crowd of Insiders in the senate for your own purposes that In short you plan to I understand was the quick Interruption 1 am accused of wanting to deliver Senator Langdon guarantee his vote on some graft proposition so that I can get the money and not he himself Consequently Im tipping him off on what measures are honest so that hell vote for them untiluntil Im offered my price then influence him to vote for some big crooked scheme telling him it is all right He votes as I suggest and I get the money I Thats what delivering a man means in Washington dryly answerII ed the Chicago means winning a mans confidence his support his vote through friendship and then selling It for cash But you Dick you have Of course old man I have denied the truth of this I knew you too well to doubt you Still the yarn is hurt Ing you Remember that western senator who was delivered twice both ways on a graft bill he laughingly asked the secretary Should say I did Dick That Is the record for that game It was a corporation measure One railroad wanted it another opposed it The senator innocently told an eastern senator that he was going to voto for the bill Then tho easterner went to the railroad wanting the pill passed and got 7000 on his absolute promise that ho would get Senator X to voto for if who of course did voto for it Yes said Cullen and later when Senator X heard that Senator Z had got money for his vote he was wild Then when another effort was mado to pass the bill whlch had been de tented the delivered senator said to Z as ho met him unexpectedly You scoundrel heres where I get square with you to some extent Anyway Im going to vote against that bill this time and make a long speech against it too Senator Z then hustled to the lobbyist of the railroad that want ed tho bill killed and guaranteed him that fQr 10000 ha coujd get Senator n r X to change his vote to dole against thebillAnd he got tho money too both ways added Ilnlncs as Cullen con eluded and both railroads to this day think that X received the money from Z Of course said Cullen but X was to blame though He didnt know enough to keep to himself how he was going to vote Any mrin that talks that way will bo delivered I know bow to stop those rumors for Im sure Its Peabodys work he thinking Langdon will hear the talk and mistrust me began Haines when in came Senator Langdon himself his faco beaming contentedly Little did the junior senator from Mississippi realize that he was soon to face the severest trial the most vital crisis of his entire life Cullen responded to tho senators cheery greeting of Mornln every bodySenator he asked Cullen my pa per wants your opinion on the ques tion of the election of senators by i EliI That concerns future senators popular vote Do you think the sys tons of electing senators by voto of state legislatures should be abolish edT The Mississippian cocked his head to ono side- I reckon thats a question that concerns futuro senators and not those already elected he chuckled Haines laughed at Cullen who thrust his pad into his pocket and hur- rIed away It is today that I appear before the ways and means committee Isnt Itr Langdon queried of his secretary Yes said flames consulting his memorandum book At 11 oclock you go before ways and means to put forward the needs of your state on the matter of the reduction of tho tariff on aluminium hydrates The people of Mississippi believe it has actually put back life into the exhausted cotton lands In Virginia they hope to uso it on tho tobacco fields Where does the pesky stuff come from asked the senator From South America coached the secretary ibo south is in a hurry for it so the duty must como down Youll have to bluff a bit because Pea body and his crowd will try to make a kind of bargainwanting you to keep up iron and steel duties But you dont believe that iron and steel need help you will tell them dont you see so that they jwlll feel the necessity of giving you what you want for the south in order to gain your support for the iron and steel demands The office door opened and Senator Peabody appeared Peabody whispered the secretary Instantly tho Mississippian had his cue His back to Peabody ho rose brought down his fist heavily upon the desk and expounded oratorlcally to HalnesWhat we can produce of aluminium hydrates my boy is problematical but the south is in a hurry for it and the duty must comQ dawn Its got to como down and Im not going to do anything else until It docs i Tho secretary stretched across tho deskExcuse me senator Senator Pea body is here ho said loudly and sur prisedly as though ho had just sIght- ed tho boss of the senate The Mississippian turned Oh good morning senator I was Just talking with my secretary about teat hydrate clause Peabody bowed slightly Yes I know it was coming up he said + EIjust dropped over Im not KILLTHECOUCHAND I WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FORCOUCHS TrO PRICE tttfFoe AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES OURAlfTJt1iD BATIBFAOTOliG- OR t MONEY REFUNDED J tD L1 t K I1- jq ippbsca to It or Any fcoutfcern measure but It makes It more difficult for me when you southern people oppose cer Lain Plttsburg Interests that I have to take care of- Lnngdou smiled Ive never been In Plttsburg but they tell me It looks as If It could take are of ItselV The visitor shrugged his shoulders Thats true enough but give an take Is the rule In political matters LangdonThis remark brought a frown to Langdons face- I dont like bargaining between Ion tlenjpj Peabody More Important still I di cH believe American politics has to be run on that plan Why cant we change a lot of things now that ware hero Langdon became so enthused that ho paced up and down tho room as he pokePeabody you and Stevens and I continued Langdon could get our friends together and right now start to make this great capital of our great country the place of tho square deal tho place wuere give and take bargain and sale are unknown We could start a movement that would drive ou all secret Influences The secretary noticed Peabodys In voluntary BJirt The newspapers would help us went on Lungdon Public opinion would bo with us and both houses ot congress would have to join In th work If we went out In front led the way and showed them their plain duty And I tell you Senator Peabody that tho principles that gave birth to this country the principles of truth honesty justice and Independence would rule In Washington If Washington cared anything about them Langdon Interjected the Penn sylvaniaii Thats my point cried the Missls slpplan =get us teach Washington to care about them Langdon Langdon said Peabody patronizingly youve seized on a big ger task than you know After you reform Washington you will have to- go on and reform human nature hu man Instincts every human being In tho country If you want to make poli tics this angelic thing you describe It Isnt politics Its humanity thats wrong waving nslde a protest from LangdonAnyway your Idea Is not constitu tional Langdon continued Peabody You want everybody to have a share In tho national government That wouldnt meet the theory of centraliza tion woven Into our political system by Us founders They intended that our government should bo controlled by a limited number of representa tives so that authority can be fixed and responsibility ascertained You distort my meaning cried Langdon And senator twould like to ask why so many high priced con stitutional lawyers who enter congress spend so inuch time In placing the con Btitutlonof the Uiilted States between themselves and their duty sir between the people und their government sir between the nation and its destiny I want to know if in your opinion the constitution was designed to throttle expression of the public will Of cours not Thats the reason you and 1 Langdon and the others arc elected 10 the senate added Pea body starting to leave Then he halted By the way senator he said Ill do my best to arrango what you want regarding aluminium hydrates for the sake of the south and Ill also stand with you for Altacoola for the naval base Our committee is to make its report tomorrow Langdon observed the penetrating gaze that Peabody had fixed on him It seemed to betray that the Pennsyl vanlans apparently careless manner assumedHml Langdon glancing at Haines Im not absolutely com mitted to Altacoola until Im sure its the best place Ill make up my mind today definitely and I fMnk It will be for Altacoola The boss of the senate went out glaring venomously at Haines slam ming the door A moment later a page boy brought In a card Colonel J D Teller Gulf City read the senator Bud he remarked to the secretary Im going to send my old acquaintance Telfer mayor of Gulf dlty in here for you to talk to Hell want to know about his towns chances for being chosen as the naval base I must hur ry away as I have an appointment with my daughters and Mrs Span glen before going before ways and means CHAPTER XI ON TILE nAIL OF TILE INSIDERS L J D TELFER J D COLON for Jefferson Davis explained proudly to proved a warm advocate of the doubtful perils of Gulf City as a hundred million dollar naval base His flushed face grew redder his long white hair became disordered anti hp tugged at his white mustache continually as he waxed warmer in bis efforts to Impress the senators Secretary IteU you Mr Haines Gulf City sab leads all the south when tt cones to choosin ground fola naval base Her vast expanse of crystal sea her miles upon miles of sllvah sands sah protected by a natural harbor and th islands of Mississippi sound make her th only spot to be considered Shes Gods own choice and the peoples too for a naval base But unfortunately congress also has something to say about choosing ItTi spike Baines I Continued on poet seven r1 1 f I The Century f IN 1909 will have some remarkable articles on LINCOLN Including unpublished documents from his own pen The great sculptor SAINTGAUDENS wrote his autobiography just before he died fulldreport of a remarkable conversation with the GERMAN EMPEROR will ap pear in TILE CENTURY and an Inter view with the great pianist PADEREW SKI ANDREW CARNEGIE is writing on the Tariff for it Articles by Gno VER CLEVEDANDS nearest friends will tell the intimate story of his life Mug RICE the author of Mrs 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 offers TilE CENTURY Co Union Square N Y fEiT4JRIdrtBean d You Haw Always BNVJttt- Blgafthece Yd s treIFit is the surest and safest place you want to havo your watch repaired go to T C LEWIS ho knows how and does as ho knows Ho has ono of the finest collections of beautiful uptodate JEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices goldand silver can bo bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Coinoho is glad to welcome youandgive you satisfaction T C Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky i rMaa Ali STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes 4 All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fabjj rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod erate prices Expert 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sage from the home folks I would like to hear from Hites Run and Derby Ind through the News We are having fine weather here now and people are getting busy fanning John Hall just sold a Iiorre for 225 so you see he is still keeping good horse I flesh I will look for this next wee1I Ben Bates Sterling Kan 000 Please find check for f2 Send the News one year to each address F S Pease Hamilton Ohio Arthur Pease- Lawrence Kansas Yours truly Fob 26 The Pease Mfg C- oooo Enclosed find check for 2 for the News sent to Dr Meador and J H Iya Lyon Yours truly Miss Bettie Taylor 1M Custer Ky Feb 26 Oo ooo IIlhave been rending tho Breckenridge t News ever since 1876 and i think it is the best weekly county paper I know of t and Ilam taking four inducing the News W S Dean Mar 6 Dundee Ky t 1NearDeath In Big Pond It was a thrlllino experienco to Mrs Ida Soper to face death For years a severe lung trouble gave me intense suffering she writes and several times nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors said I was Incnrabfe Then Dr Kings New Dis covery brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives in Big Pond Pd It works wonders in coughs and colds Hore Lungs Hemorrhages LaQrrippe As ltbm Croup Whooping Cough and all Bronchial sffectiona GQcand 100 Trial bottle free Gnaranteodby Severs Drug Co- Their f Good Time iilttlb Elslo was very disobedient y and nxithcr was Cross and scolding Suddenly the little one locked up and r tsaid very sweetly Oh mamma aint we having a good timer How asked tho mother crossly Oh Just afuwlng Delineator r The beet known pills and the best pills madflars DeWittfl Little Early Risers They arc small easy to take fMtlaadcartain and are sold by r All Druggists D UoJ iJlf 0- i cl uui c k EXEMPTIONS Of Harry II Board Includes all Assets Telegraph Operator and Clerk at Henderson Lists Liabilities Harry Head Board of Henderson a clerk and telegraph operator for A Waller Lo filed a petition in bank ruptcy in federal court Friday placing his liabilities at 81352 and his assets at 106 and al 000 life insurance policy in the Equitable Life Insurance company All the creditors are Louisville firms with the exception of the First State Bank of Irvington which has a claim of 3U0 against him and J 0 Crutch er of Webster to whom he owes 17 The petitioner is a married man and has wife mother and two sisters depend ing on him for support He asks ex emptions on all his household furniture and other assets amounting to 106 Two suits of clothes aud an overcoat are listed at 15 while a Knights Temp lar uniform is valued at 2L These are among the articles claimed as exempti Owensboto Messenger Accidents will happen but the beat regulated families keep Dr Thomas Electric Oil for such emer gencies It subdues the pain and helps tbb hurt ERROR MEANT DEATH Typesetters and Proofreaders on Chi neso Paper Careful China with all Its vast population boasts not quite two dozen dally pa j pers but among them are the two old I J est papers In the world The Kin Pan J used to bo considered by Europeans the oldest paper but It has been issued a mere thousand years The Tslng Pao or Pekln News was first published 500 years before the Norman conquest and has been issued without Intermission for nearly 1400 years The Tslng Pao has the appearance of a yellow backed magazine of twentyfour octavo pages each page containing seven columns consisting of seven characters Two editions are publishedan edition de luxe for the court and the up per classes nt a cost of 24 cents aImouth arid an edition Inferior In and printing costing 10 cents a mpaplrII It has a circulation of about 10000 and Is really tho principal paper of CblnaI chronicling the movements of the em peror and of the court and printing the ministerial reports It Is probably the most exact newspaper In the world The punishment for an error In print Ing was until recently at least Instant death New York Times It Saved HisI Leg All thoughtId lose my lei writes J A Swenson Watertowri Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve pured it sound and well Infallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at Severs Drug Store The English Three Rs We are constantly being misunder stood by the foreigners says Clarence Rook and the Frenchman of whom the following story Is told contrived to do us something less than justice Ho had been on a visit to this coun try in order to study at first hand the social manners of the English people On returning to his native land ho was asked by a friend whether be had discovered the meaning of tho myste none three Its Oh I found out what they were on the first day of my visit said he And what are they then Rlppln1 rotten and rlghtolI replied the triumphant Frenchman London Mall This is the most dangerous time of the year to catch cold and itia the hardest time to onte it If you should takea cold a few doses of Kennedye Lnxaitve Cough Syrup will act very promptly Its laxative principle cares tbe cold by driving it from the sYstem by a gentle but natural notion of tbe bowels Children especially like Ken nodys Laxative Cough Syrup as It tastes good nearly like maple sugar It Is sold by all druggists- WHEN WRITING News items to The News please plgn your name and NOTuA Friend Then we know the information is from a reliable source Editor Had Them Tested The loss mud recovery of a 0500 pearl necklace recall thp story of a similar experience which a New York woman had after tile last Old Guard ball She also mussed her necklace When she arrived at her home and the next day it yens brought to her by a woman who had shared her car riage on her way home Handing the necklace to her friend the finder sawV So glad T found it Wo always thought they were realNew York Tribune Harsh physics react weaken the bowels cause cnronlo constipation jan Hegnlets operate easily tone theBtqmach ours ooastipatlbn 25o Ask yoqrjirnggUt for them 1 VlI u tPaiJ 00J o 0 0 A Lovers Envy Henry Van Dyke in March Century I I envy every flower that blows Beside tho pathway whore sho goes And every bird that sings to her And every breeze that brings to her The fragrance of the rose 1 envy every poets rhyme That moves her heart at even lime And every tree that wears for her Its brightest bloom and bears for her The fruitage of its prime I envy every southern night That paves her path with moonbeams white Andsilvers all tho leaves for her And in their shadow weaves for her A dream of dear delight I envy none whoso love requires Of her a gift a task that tires I only long to live to her I only ask to give to her All that her heart desires LEE AT APPOMATTOX MISERY IN STOMACH uuna of One m blosa Scenes Ir the History of the War Men who saw the defeated general when he lame forth from the chamber where he had signed the articles of capitulation say that he paused a moment as his eyes rested once more on the Virginia hills smote his hands to ether as though in some excess of Inward agony then mounted his gray horse Traveler and rode calmly away If that wits the very G thsemn of his trials yet he must Imvo hadI then one moment of supreme If chastened Joy As he rodo quietly down the lane leading from the scene of capitulation he passed Into view of his menof such as remained of them The news of the surrender had go t abroad and they were waiting grief stricken anti dejected upon the hill sides when they caught sight of their old commander on the gray horse Then occurred one of the most notable scenes In the history of the war Ian 1 instant tthey were about lam bard headed with tear wet faces thronging him kissing his hand his boots hi saddle weeping cheering him amid their tears shouting his name to the very skies He said Men we have fought through the war togetherT have done my best for you My hear Is too full to say moreFrom Robert E Lee the Southerner A Contractor JDONALSONVILLE GA Jan 20 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y GentlemenAbout four years ago I suffered from Kidney trouble and rbeu tnatisn in my hips The p tin across my back became so severe that I could hardly straighten up and could not walk without drugging my feet I would uri note frequently and would have to ris two or three times during the night causing me to suffer from lose oi sleep And with the pain IIwas all run down 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 deep all right at night I continued to take it until 1 had token four large bottles I was entirely free from any pain in the backand begin to gain in weight I always recommend Swamp Root to my friends as I think the cure in my case remarkable Yours very truly M Hi HICKSON Donalsonvjlle Ga OBEYED THE DOCTOR Did Hit Best In Keeping a Watch Upon the Patient The late Dr Drummond the habitant poet once related an amusing anecdote Indicative of the simplicity of tho rural French Canadian He was summering in Megantic county Que when early one even- fag he was visited by a young farmer ufrtned Oxide Loblanc Bon solr docteur said Ovldo byway of greeting Ma brudder Molse heeut ver seeck You come on dhouse for see heem doc Drummoml always kind hearted and obliging complied with the request of Ovlde and found the Moise suffering from what ho ding nosed as a fairly severe case of phoidWishing to provide Moise with some medicine said the doctorpoet I asked Ovldo to accompany me back to the village The prescription compounded 1 I proceeded to Instruct Ovlde The dose was to be administered three hours during the night and try lug to be as brief plain and as possible I said Be sure and keep watch on Noise tonight and give him a teaspoonful of thus at 0 oclock 12 oclock and at 3 and 0 In the morning Como and see me about 0 oclock in the morning Ovldo understood and deported Tho following morning ho again presented hlmelf and Drummond asked Hows Mouse Did you do as I told you Ma brudder Molse r tlnk ho some better dan las night replied Ovlde I give iieem do medeclne but I doan have no watch in dhouse doc I tak dleetlo clockdone what male dbccs decsturb for get up I keep get on hoes dies all night Tlnk get do beem good dat Jus Ink dwatch Wat you tlnkdocHftrpors Weekly SfarrtDonty iI I i j1n tIq 4 I And Indigestion Vanishes iin Five I Minutes and You Feel Fine Why not start now today and for ever rid yourself of Stomach trouble and Indigestion A dieted stomach gets the blues and grumbles Give it a good eat then take Pipes Diapepsin too start the digestive juices working There will be no dyspepsia or belching of Gas or eructations of undigested food no feeling like a lump of lead in the stomach or heartburn sick headache or Dizziness and your food will not fer tmeat and poison your breath with nauseous odors Papes DiapepSin only costs sOcents for a large ease at any drug store here and will relieve the most obstinate case of Indigestion and Upset Stomach in five minutesi There is nothing else better to takes Gas from Stomach and cleanse the stomach and intestines and besides one triangule will digest and prepare for as similation into the blood all your food the same as a sound healthy stomach would do it When Diapepsin works your stomach rests gets itself in order deans up and then you feel like eating when you come to the table and what you eat will do you good I Absolute teller from all Stomach Misery is waiting for you as soon os you decide to begin taking Diapepsin Tell your druggist that you want Papas Diapepsin because you want to be thoroughly cured of Indigestion- e Race Suicide is not nearly the menace to increase in population that deaths among infants are Eight out of ten of these deaths are directly or indirectly caused by bowel troubles MuUees Baby Elixir cures diarrnoea dynentaiy sour atom acb and all infant ailments of this nature Just the thing for teething babies Price 25o and GOo per bottle Sold by A R Fisher THE QUEEN BEE Her Household Service the Most Per feat In the World We must go to the bee for the real solution of the servant question said a housewife The queen bees serv ice is the most perfect in the world Why she even has servants who di gest her ford for her Tho queen bee is so entirely occu 1pled in egg layingshe lays 2500 eggs twice her own weight dally that all other things must be done for herAnd so n corps of servants makes her toilet This corps all day long cleans and brushes and polishes her person It1 as though her life were parloreAnother corps of servants has charge of flee nit she breathes Thor air must bo tho purest that her eggs may be tho finest So standing In a circle about her funning with their wings these bees mako a living ventilating system 1ITer most Important servants are trainIngymay begin specialItly molded eggs with glands In their heads for the reception of bee milk the chosen predigested food of the queen The feeders stand always nt attention presenting like a brimming cup their head glands swollen with predigested food to the queen bee i busy at her task of laying a dozen eggs a minute Now Orleans Times i DemocratII Wo say without hesitation that DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are unequaled for weak kidneys bacir ache inflammation of the bladder and all nninary disorders Tbey are septic and act promptly In all cases pf weak back backache i rheumatism and rheumatic pains Acospt no substitute Wo sell and recommend them All dinggljsts U U m- fin i 0 8 W II novTMEti President A n SKIILMAN Cashier F L LioiitroOT VlcoPresldentr Cues SKIILMAN AmitCaabier The Old Relia- bleBRFCKINRIDG13 BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits t Business great and small solicited ttaiQHl MilalMtl Io II 01Jo 10 JIIII 10J 1121 iQ New Stand New Goods 01Q MI MOORS HUNTER II- U Glendeane Ky U to inform their friends and patrons that BEG have rented Dr Dempsters old stund which is being remodeled painted and im- o proved where they have installed a brandnow o stock of 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 andat the lowest and best prices We are prepared to of fer the trade = prog0 Jj JQ Moore Hunter I II 10III 0J112J1r10JE II n0 == n 0 WEEKLY COURIERJOURNALHENRY Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and th- eBRECKENRIDGE NEWS Both One Year for I 150I if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the CourierJournal Daily CourierJournal One Year 600 Sunday CourierJournal One Year2tOO We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paperII L n FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS IIGUARANTEED TO SATISFY PURCHASERS = eiiLl JKIISEY VjuciariKLO UIAKLIJTOV JAROK mwnmojr- T AuauMTATlsoxut IUUIkTxrrJIaYU lirtlc t 1 mWAKiVUXl Th nou AltuliutI JtOT lIrlil lobbor Jwra MUillat Fist ft Mot A i lftl U CvamJia I sl4LautllUJf- awn la lob 01111to 4 n atI JI50 per m 5 Ila S EL al L2S per IlL n B tad over si M6S per aF 0 aYOUNGS ISLAND S C Our Special Express RailS on Plants is Very Low We grew the first Frost Proof Plants in 1868 Now have over twenty thousand satisfied customers and we have grown and sold more cabbage plants than all other persons in the Southern states combined WHY because our plants must please or we send your money back Order now it is time to set these plant n your sec tion to get extra early cabbaeand they arc the ones that sell for the hNt money SotdcrG Hats as Aids to MatrimonyII The wise woman Is as careful about the choice of a lint as she Is about the choice of a husband Tbo celebrated author who uttered this dlrtum may lime exaggerated a little but not much And allow tae a woman to tell you solemn men whom I see sneering at tho frivolityof my sex that often tho cleverest among you chooses a wife for no better reason than that tie woman tutus selected has herself cts n a beoinl gbatlMll1e Ojf SroutellOB in Grand Mafaxbae J n nI1 u NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish obitu aries tree All newspapers of any con sequence charge for such matter We gladly publish accounts of death im mediately after they occur Editor OItIonX rt little t1W I 6w- si QSCL = J r- p+ e n 1 g DELIGHTFUL SURPRISE FOR TWIN SISTERS 1 IIRJ = SM i i3T t W llim io wA N V A jolly company if friends surprised Mrs James Stiff uni Mrs Mien Kiipsbury Thursday evening in honor of their 28th birthday They arrived lit Mrs Kit tsbnrys bt me and the surprise was perfect to both her undher twin sister Aftera most delightful evening the twi s were presc nte 1 with two handsome rugs from the following Mr nnd Mrs John Hums Mr And Mrs Joe Fitch Mrs Mottle Collins Mrs Nary Dunn Mrs John Ridge Mr Chits Hook Mr and Mrs A FallotJ Mr aud Mrs Tom Tousey i-r j NEWjJNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Suh ttription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at thee rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine tho label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as thQ now addr- essEIGHT PAGESr CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 17 1909 SAMPLE The high water is dropping back and people can come over the bridge in safety now- Herman Niles and family of Stephens port have moved in our midst and Mr Niles expects to open up a full line of groceries at the old stand formerly kept by L D Dowell r Miss Annie Seaton after an extended visit to Mr and Mrs Scott Pe ken paugh returned to Louisville Sunday Mr and Mrs James Stilwell entertained Saturday evening a number of young people in honor of their daughter Virgie A pleasant time reported by one and all Mrs A C Hunter is on the sick list L H Miller has returned from Chicago where he has been under the care of an eye specialist for several lays C C Springer was in Louisville last weekThe stork visited the home of Mr andMrs Crit Bennett Wednesday and left a girl Virginia MissLilllan Dowell of Beech HUt was the guest of Mrs L D Dowell last week James McCoy James Stilwell arid H T Dowell were in Cloverport last week on business- J W Hunter shipped two hogsheads Mrs W H Brown was called to her long resting place Monday February 22 Her death was not unexpected to her friends as she had been a sufferer for some time of consumption She leaves a husband and one child Master Keith Frymire Moorman Dittqclosed hisschool here February 20 with a nice treat Mr Ditto is a fine teacher and won a place in each scholars heart Mr and Mrs 1 H Dowell are re joicing over their new visitor that ar rived Saturday February 26 a little daughterMiss Dowell Is the guest of relatives near Stephensport this week D C Walls got busy last week get ting his boys out on the high water There Is more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until tho llust few years was supposed to be Incurable For a great many years doc tors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly fulling to cure with local treatment pro nounced It Incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F T Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Is tho nly con stltutlonal cure on tho market It Is taken Internally In doses from 10 drops to u tea spoonful It acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer ono hundred dollars for any case It falls to cure Send for circular und testimonials Address If J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by druggists 7 c I1InngtlttlnntobaccoI QI01JIII 101 1111 101 II o 1 THE DOG LAW a o Any owner or harborer of n dog subject to be taxed o who shall fail or refuse to list same with the assessor shall be fined in any sum not exceeding 10 for each dog he so fails or refuses to list for taxation and any person who shall keep or harbor a dog upon his premises or elsewhere and who fails or refuses to pay the tax thereon when duo shall be fined in any sum not exceeding 25 for each offence and upon conviction tho judgement may include an order requiring such dog to bo l killed which order may bo executed by any peace officer who shall be allowed 1 therefor to be taxed as costs It shall be the duty of the sheriff and his deputies and each constable in oH his district to kill or cause to be killed any dog tho oisnorofo which has failed or refused to pay the tax thereon when duo and for each dog so killed without tho order of a court suqh officer shall be allowed by tho fiscal court fifty cents to be paid out of the dog tax fund For the purpose of this act tho 7 tax on dos shall Rio cousidored duo on the first dayof March 1 of each year Provided however The sheriff may collect such tax at time and in such manner as taxes are now collect- iblen by JnwnUThe1 Court has ordered all dogs killed that the tax has not been paid U 0on and if you have a dog you had better pay the tax at onceo 4 o MILTMILLERSBC II 101 JU 101 JIl 101 Q I 1 1fJ If if Ii 4 dO i COURT IOTICE Breckenridge County Court Called Term March 15 1009 At a called term of the I3recken ridge county Court called and held in the court house in Hardiusburg on Monday March 15 lOOn Present Hon H DeH Moorman Tudge of Breckenridge county Ky It appearing to this court from re ports of the County Supervisor of Roads and Bridges and other reliable sources that the high waters of the Ohio river and other smaller streams have done most extensive damage to a great number of bridges in this countywashing some entirely away tearing away approaches and abut ments of others and rendering many entirely unsafe for use and it further appearing from personal knowledge and that gained from author tive sources that the damage is so exten sire that it cannot be met by the reg ular bridge fund as it wlUamount to thousands of dollars and It appear ing that many of the steel or iron bridges of the county are very old and are dangerously effected by the com bination of time use ahfl results of said high waterin order that the Fiscal court may fully and intelligent ly discharge its duty in the premises and take the proper action for the preservation of life and property and avert such castastrophes as have be fallen some other counties because of the existence of similar conditions I hereby order and direct the Super visor of roads and bridges of Brecken ridge county to make a careful and complete investigation of the condit ion of each and all of the bridges of said county forthwith reducing his findings to writing and that he submit the result of such examination in the form of a detailed report to the Fis cal court Breckenridge county on the first day of its April 100U term approximating the amount necessary to rebuild and repair the bridges of the county and pay accounts thus cre ated and outstanding- All citizens possessing knowledge of the damaged condition of any bridge MIX THIS Prepare at Home By Shaking In gredients Well in a Bottle What will appear very interesting to many people here is the article taken from a New York daily paper giving a simple prescription which is said to be a positive remedy for backache or kidney or bladder derangement If taken before the stage of Brights disease Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Shake well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and again at bedtime A wellknown druggist here at home when asked regarding this prescription stated that the ingredients are all harm less and can be obtained at a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy or the mixture would be put up if asked to do so He further stated that while this prescription is often prescribed in rheumatic afflictions with splendid results he could see no reason why ft would not be a splendid remedy for kidney and urinary troubles and back= ache as it has a peculiar action upon the kidney structure cleansing these most impottant organs and helptagthcm foulacidssickness and suffering Those of our readers who suffer can make no mistake in giving it a trial J 1 n I I u Settled Colds Are Always Dangerous CONSUMPTION BEGINS WITH A COLa l vA Heavy Cold Samuel McKinley 1309 Askew T2 Avo Kansas City Mo mombor of tho Society of tho United States Jewelry Auctioneers writesI honestly say thatI owe my life to Peruna After some of tho best doctors in tho country gavo mo up and told mo I could not llvo another month Ioruna saved mo- Travelingfrom town to town throughout tho country and f having to go Into all kinds of badly heated stores and build i iv ings sometimes standing up for J hours atatime whllo plying my y trado as auctioneer it is otoly iX natural that I had colds fro quontly so when this wouldll occur Ipaid little attention to it until last December when I contracted a sovoro case which through neglect on my part sot tled on my lungs Whoa almost too lato I be gan doctoring but without avail until I heard of Poruna MB It cured mo so I cannot praise U it too highly Nasal Catarrh Coughs Mr Emil PIckart 310 Indiana Avo Hammond Ill writes I am entirely cured of catarrh of tho nose and my stomach is in good condition also I only used about five bottles of your groat medicine although I had catarrh so bad and for so many years that I thought I wouldnt live much longer I had to consult doctors right along Now all my friends say I nev looked as well as I do now I can also say that it is a great rom edy for coughs because I givo it to my children I never will bo without I used enough other medicine to know how valuable Peruna is Yea nro at liberty to use my namo In spreading the merits of Peruna n approach or abutment will kindly bring same to the attention of said Supervisor and thus assist him in making a complete report It further appearing that it will be necessary for the said Fiscal court to take some steps to provide means to defray the expenses of such re building and repairing of bridges and abutments the County Attorney is hereby directed to advise the said Supervisor or bridge commissioner in the premises preparatory to recom mending legal and proper steps by the said court at such term in an effort to restore to our citizenship safe means of public travel atthe earliest possible time and at the minimum ex pense having due regard for proper amount and quality of the work The said Supervisor will also take careful notice of the damage over the county to culverts and roads generally oc willIthis subject County Clerk will have countynewspapers this 151000H MOORMAN Judge Breckenridge County Ky A copy attest W F HOOK Clerk Settled on Lungs Mr Charles A Schufor Nebraska City Nob ExPresident Local Brotherhood of Bookbinders writes I am pleased to givo my experience with Poruna Some years ago Icontracted a heavy cold which settled in my body andL finally resulted in catarrhal trouble ofr tho lungs and stomach orIII tried many remedies but foundL nothing effective until I tried Poruna In a very few days I was fooling much hotter and as tho result was so promis- It ing I was glad to keep on using it I about a month tho soreness had entirely left my joints I felt much bettor andI I mrII EPHENSPORT 1 Mrs Nancy Dowell is some better at this writing Mrs Mary Morgan who has been sick for several weeks is able to sit up some Mrs R S Skillmanis still in a criti conditionMrs Hanks is on the sick list Estill Mckaughn is very ill at this writingMrs F R Roberts is on the sick list Barney Frymire is some better at this writing H S Roberts and wife of Hardins burg were guests of their parents Rov F R Roberts and wife Sunday- R A Smith went to Louisville Sat urday Mr and Mrs Will Dowell were here Saturday and Sunday at the bedside of their mother Mrs Nancy Dowell Miss Ward and Miss Gordon came over from Kingswood Saturday and at tended services at the M E church conducted by Miss Gordons brother Rev W P Gordon Fred Dlcckman and family will leave in a few driys for California to locate III used Pornna for about two month before I was ablo to say that I was en tirely well but I have never regretted tho money which I oxnended for it for it has put mo in perfect health Catarrh for Five Years Mr S H Johnson Greenville IlL writes III was rrfive years troubled with ca tart Two years ago I had ono foot in tho grave Ihad tried seven doctors and also wont to a catarrh specialist in St Louis and took several kinds of medicine a day I could not walk more- L than a hundred yards without resting II My friends told mo to take Perunc- I and I did so 1now feel that Peruna has saved my life ItIs tho best medicine o11 earth and I would not bo withoutitr trcckenridgeFairJ At a recent meeting of the stock holders of the Breckenridge County Fair Association the following Board of Directors was elected for the ensuing year D C Moorman W R Moor man Jr Joe Glasscock T J Hook Coleman Haswell J E Kincheloe H M Beard Charles H Drury and E H ShellmanThe elected board will meet at an early date and select officers for the association The Kentucky Farmer Wants First Chance Maud Would you marry awidower EthelNo I Wouldnt The man I marry I am going to tame myself 1 The Tatler The soothing spray of Elys Liquid I Cream Balm used in an atomizer is an unspeakable relief to sufferers from Catarrh Some of them describe it as a Godsend and no wonder The thick foul discharge is dislodged and the pati1 ent breathes freely perhaps for the first time in weeks Liquid Cream Balm contains all the healing purifying elements of the solid form and it never fails to satisfy Sold by all druggists for 75c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren Street New York tr ALICE B HICKE Y Cordially Inviter You to her t z SPRING i t if1 1 OPENINqk1ti I I r IJ 1 IGH= GLASS MILLINERY iFhisWe k and Next Week t d J- II 2O Pd UL JONES 13UILDINQ j r rii p rIi ckyr t v a 1 irJ l 4 1 tIft t- l I t JR D i t 4jisi1 f n1 0lIl otiiM11 i U U f 1110 Fvr I i I A Reliable RemedyY F9RCATARRH Elys Cream Balm IrrtvfpU 11GivesI It cleanses soothes heals null protects the diseased mem brane resulting from Catarrh and drlvea away a Cold in tho Head quickly Restores thb Senses of Taste and Smell Full size t LiquidCreamEly Brothers CO Warren Street Now York She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAR 17 1900 PERSONALAND LOCAL Elmer Hoffious is illC j Miss Eloise Nolte is improving Ernest Popham was at Holt Sunday Jas Harris went to Louisville Thurs day Miss Florence Lewis spent Sunday at Holt Telephone your meat orders to Miller Black Miss Bessie Mitchell spent Sunday at Addison E C McDonald has returned to LouisvilleVv Stuart Babbage who has been ill is improvingIJames Lawson spent Saturday in Louisville Bernard Morrison spent Saturday in Owensboro Mrs Sarah Jane Furrow is visiting in OwensboroGus of Hardinsburg is ill at Tar Sprites The clearest meat market in the city Miller R lackIBT dhio riverafeh fresh and good at the E gllsh K hen9- Fte V ewton was in Owensboro Sat urdryy and Sunday y M Beatty cf Harned was here Monday on business jJohn Warfield returned home Sunday if night from Louisville Miss Islamic DeHaven has returned home from Louisville Fresh Ohio river fish always on hand at the English Kitchen Geo King of Irvington was here Wednesday and Thursday Mrs Fred Hawkins of Stephensport is here the guest of relatives For prompt delivery of meat try Miller Black cash butchers Mrs W H Williams of Hawesvillc is visiting Mrs T F Sawyer Richard Wathen of Louisville was the guest of Miss Smith Sunday Edison Gibsonof Owensboro was the guest of Miss Carrie Pate Sunday Miss Genevie Elder of Hardinsburg the guest of Mrs James Beavin F Winchell of Stephens port JisRetJ Sundl to nttnd the revival Mis Florie HardinjofHolt was the- N t of Miss Jennie Warfield Sunday 3 rrMiss Virgina Hudson of Versailles C1t nt Thursday with Mrs Fred Fraize t r Hacs Fred Fraize has returned home Q0t Louisville with Mrs JD Gregory ifcK Meyer left his home in Louisville Sunday for a business trip to Decatur Ala Np Mrs Wllburn Gregory and daughter Francis Lee haverJurned to Louis g ville VMrs Orley Woolfolk of Brahden burg is visiting Mrs Ruth Withers itt Kirk New potatoes lettuce green onions new cabbage kale and celery at T F Sawyer it BLOODWe it We thrive or starve as our i blood is rich or poor There is nothing else to live on or by When strength is full and spirits high we are being re freshedbone muscle and brain in body and mindwith a continual flow of rich blood This is When healthIItow spirits no cheer no spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not sleep we are starved our blood is poor there Is little nutriment initn Back of the blood is food to keep the blood rich When it fails take SCOTTS EMULSIONIt againman woman and child o Send this together with name of paper In which It appears your address and foxy cents to cover pwtauie and we will send V s 7yensCeapleteIlandyAtlarottlte World SCOTT ftBOWNB 401rIItNewYodc- is rl- U o rito j = fJ rion Kim Martin of Owensboro has ac cepted a position with the Home BakeryOscar Blaine of Hopkinsville is here the guest of his sister Mrs Gra ham Jolly Mrs John Reynolds and daughter Edith Sippel of Louisville spent Sun day here Master Samuel Allen has pneumonia at the home of his grandmother Mrs Eliza H Allen Mrs Bettie Napper of Stephensport was here Monday the guest of Mrs James Younger Mrs Hovlcus Behen and little daugh ter Marion have gone to Hawesvllle to spend A month Mr and MrsHerbert Beard of Hard insburg were guests of Dr and Mrs Lightfoot Thursday A little girl gladened the home of Mr and Mrs Taylor Triplett ot Cus ter March the sixth Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Miss A Louise Babbage returned home Sunday night from a visit to Miss Florence and Addle Fairleigh in Louis villeMr and Mrs H H Kemper of Irv- ington were passengers on Thursdays train to Louisville where they spent the Weekend For this Saturday I will sell fencing wire at cost smooth barb woven wire at cost Saturday only Watch for the next weeks issue Mr and Mrs Ira Behen and Misses Eva and Edith Plank went to Louis ville Saturday to seeliThe Servant of The House at Macauleys Gillie Dowell who fell unconsious In Haswells store Hardinsburg Monday was able yesterday to be taken to the home of his father Taylor Dowell in IrvingtonCapt Ryan has accepted n position with the Mengel Box Factory he will have charge of one of their large boats Capt and Mrs Ryan will probably return to Louisville to live Albert McGan of Stephensport has accepted a position at the Cloverport Foundry He has moved his family here and will soon occupy a new residence which is beirg built in Brecken ridge addition The funeral of Mrs Lucia Ann Tucker was conducted by the Rev Graves from the Presbyterian church yesterday afternoon Mrs Tucker died at the home of her neice Miss Nannie Morton Monday She was ninetyone years of age and a most remarkable woman Mr and Mrs Carlton Stiff and daugh ter Mildred leave today for California where they expect to reside in the future Mr and Mrs Stiff have many friends here who regret to see them leave and who wish them healthwealth and happiness in their new far away home Miss Alice B Hickey of Louisville issues in this weeks News an invita tion to all visitors to Louisville to at attend her millinery opening at the Paul Jones Building Miss Hickey is wellknown to lovers of exquisite mil linery asCllIUss Alice For a number of years she was head of tho milinery department at the New York Store Miss Hickey has just returned from New York and would be pleased to fill your orders either by mail or through Miss Addle G Ditto if you do not ex pect to be in the city soon Kills WouldBe Slayer A merciless murderer is Appendicitis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels preventing that clogging tiat invites appendicitis curing Consti pation Biliousness Chills Malaria Headache and Indigestion 25c at Severs Drug Store Green River Growers Stand Firm The Green River District Tobacco Growers Association will close its books on April 1st and a report of the extent of the acreage pledged will be made at a meeting to be held on that day It is reported that the Assocla McLeanHancock Counties are taking a firm stand for another poolWestern Tobacco Journal A CHARMING GIFT A beautiful and acceptable gift for Easter is a good photograph Have your picture made for your best suitor and he vill send you some flowers for Easter Mr Chris Brabandt guaran tees the picture to be splendid and attractive Visit his studio this week This is also a suggestion to young men who would like to delight their 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retreating But as no trumpet had been sounded and no order had been given he hesitated and waited for the call As the men had Been the others retreating tl ey uncere moniously left and De Rudlo seeing the guidon left behind rode back to get It which he did but saw thirty fivo or forty Indians coming lie dashed off and they fired a volley but lean Ing low on his horse It went high over him He rode Into the thick under brush when they fired many shots Into the woods the bullets cutting the branches all around him He crossed the creek scrambling up the bank when suddenly he saw hundreds of InIdians In front of him not fifty yards I1910rsInstantly saw that be was entirely cut off While thinking how desperate a f run for It It would fety Uio Jhoiighj of wife and children norveJliini dud he was about to bravo It when a young Indian about thirty yards distant on his right tired and killed his horse The shot attracted Nje other Jndlans and 1e Rudlo jumped down theAiding In nn excavation and several seemtDglrTrts killed t1 4 terrible yelling began among the Indians and all at once the firing ceased Peering out he saw the cause Captain Bentecns column was com- Ing over the hills and had attracted their attention It aroused the hope that they would conic near enough for him to join them but In a few minutes they disappeared and the Indians all started off In that direction Renos command had evidently rallied and they all got together so his only hope was to crawl around under the underbrush and get as near Renos com mand as he could which ho could plainly see At the same time there was a movement on another hill on the right and he thought he saw for a moment General Glister and some of ficers and then they disappeared While quietly going through the brush he heard a whispered Lieutenant lieutenant Then he recognized Pri vate ONoIl of G troop nnd Gerard In terproter and Scout Jackson Tho two latter hind horses but ONeils had been killed Gerard and Jackson would not desert their horses fearing they would neigh or be seen as Indians wero passing N I raAnareraJ They hid in a deep part of the creclt Back and forth attracted by heavy firing on the village which must have been the Custer fight As they refused to leave tho hordes he started with ONcll afoot on their own hook At one time an Indian rode within a few feet of them cut a switch and went on They were then at the edge of a clearing which they dared not doss until dark and they hid them selves between some driftwood In a hole placing their cartridges all around handy and ready for the expected at tack Two shots were fired in close prox- Imity and they thought they were Bono Peoung out they saw that it was irdlua women who were mutilat ing the bodies of some dead soldiers Searching around tho ground they rave so near that they wero tempted tours at them The Indians eeemad to be although vccupkd suspicious that IC88 were t r Btlll around the bushes and so set fire to tho timber The smoke and flames forced them out of their bIdIng place just as Jackson and Gerard joined thorn having left their horses where they first met stuffing grass In their nostrils to prevent them from attract ing attention Wrapping their blouses around their heads they succeeded in escaping Into tho thick brush along the bank of the creek From here they saw that McDougall had Joined Reno with the pack train At the finish of the firing In the direction where Cus tel was hundreds of Indians returned and the fight on the hill was kept up all night The two scouts got their horses and with ONcll and DC Rudlo holding the tails decided to ford the river under darkness at the place where they had crossed in the morn ing By making a detour round the In dians and as it was dark they passed close to three bands of red men with out molestation ONcll and De Rudio on the occasions keeping alongside the horses and out of sight The fourth party came along and shouted to them in Sioux and Jackson and Gerard cut loose and the two afoot dropped and I 1hid In the sagebrushII The horsemenI a short distance firing shots themI I I but did not see the two men in the sagebrush although they passed In sin glc4Jle within three or four feet of them OXell and he reached the ford and decided to secrete themselves and wait until dnyllpht The moon came out but dlmlyaiidI they saw a party that look ed like American cavalry as they were on American horses and dressed In the soldiers uniform the leader riding a sorrel horse with four white legs lie was sure that It was Captain Tom Cus ter Elated ho cried out Hello cap taint The cider stopped and although they could uojeglinnerendlshiyell and n volley of bullets told them they were Indians They rushed through the brush the Indians firing at the YOIlCYITheirIt turned out afterward that these Indians by their firing spoiled n bltotIstratagem they had arranged to deceive Reno by dressing In tho clothes of dead soldiers of Custers command and equipped with clinking sabers and on American horses they expected to deceive him In the night by pretend ing to be men of Custers party This tiring at DC Iludlo and giving the In dlan yell put the Reno men on their guard Proceeding oh their way two Indians came hunting for the fugitives believing of course that It was only some wounded soldier While hunting for them they approached within five yards and evidently having seen them one jumped from his horse when Do Rudlc fired and dropped him dead ONells carbine knocking the other one out of his saddle nnd killing him The Tndluns In the hills saw the flash nnd puff and fired another volley In that direction but the two desperate men hastily concealed themselves be hind a big log which several bullets had struck The bullets struck the ground within a few feet and even inches of them continuously Again tho woods were fired nt this point but as It had been rainy In the evening the smoke was stronger than the flames and was thus their salva tion and they hid In u deep part of the creek with only their heads out of water but with their cartridges and firearms on the bank ready for action They remained there and In a little oasis of bushes that the fire hall not touched without moving or speaking until 11 oclock on the 20th of June About 4 oclock there were two signal pistol shots tired the Indian vedette left his post at the ford and u loud voice was heard haranguing the Iii dians and a band of three or four hun dred passel closely and rode off They could see them for miles down the river and heard them singing a pecul iar chant By 630 they hind gone as far as they could see and It was evident that something had caused them to move away as it appeared to them that the troops must have also left the hill Hungry exhausted and dispirited their condition can be imagined thu command gone and they u hundred miles from the Yellowstone river However when everything was quit In the dark night they started In the direction of Renos retreat and after about live miles they came to a high hill from which they saw a fire At times tho fire disappeared timid they concluded that thieve must be human beings passing around It which hid It occasionally from sight But what kind of human beings Indian or white There was tho rub The crawled on with great cautiousness fearing tho Indians would have to be crawled through even to reach Reno if It was Reno when their hearts were raised by tho braying of a mule Still he might be a captured mule so they crept along on their bellies cautiously until they got so near that they hoard voices talking In English They crawled within a hundred yards of the visible party and called out to the picket who they were Do Rudlo and ONell For Gods sake dont shoots A cheer from the picket and in a few minutes the tired and famished sur vlvora of jfaany mental deaths wero munching crackers and coffee with Captain Vnrnum Do Itudlos reception by his com rades brings to mind the time when an army was drawn up In battle lino to receive me I will refer to one of tho press dis patches sent from Terrys command to I f give an nccount of this incident Our march now lay through a suc cession of abandoned Indian camps showing that we were on1 the trail of the Sioux The bleached bones of buf faloes and now und then the shaggy head of this monarch of the plains testifying to the recent passage of In dian hunters were met with from time to time scattered among theI wickiups or temporary shelters made of saplings nnd tree branches but PO far no signs of the hostile Sioux were I encountered Our picturesque Crow I and Crce allies had brought Informa I tion of the near approach of the Sioux and we were In hourly expectation that jI the savages would appear to dispute our less Plains scarred by deep canyons we passed which might con I o A single horseman advanced from the tlmbcr coal an army from Ylew nail yet were invisible nt h few hundred yards distant Right nnd left ran continuous lines of bluffs on either hand offering positions that defended by resolute nnd well armed men would be almost ImpregnableSuddenly while standing around a firo at a temporary stopping place we were startled by a quick succession of unearthly yells and sops after a band of Crows painted hideously burst Into camp at full gallop They reported heap Sioux coming toward us more Sioux than they hind ever seen before This our Informant expressed clearly in sign language showing us the Sioux mounted nnd coming to cut our throats The Interpreter soon after arrived and confirmed our interpretation of the In dlan sign language Soon we were startled by a simultaneous rush of tho Cree scouts who announced the Sioux The troops Immediately formed in line of battle and tie scene was an animated one Two companies of the Seventh cavalry under Captain French and Lieutenant De Rudlo were to sup port the scouts in case of attack while the column was properly arranged as well as the difficult nature of the ground would permit One battalion of the Seventh cav airy under Captain Weir formed a mounted skirmishing line at full gal lop aided by the Second cavalry drawn up In column on their flank un der General Grlsbln and Lieutenant Lows battery of three guns The trains wore closed up and tho com panies of the Fifth infantry under General Miles the Sixtysixth under Colonel Moore and the Twentysecond under Colonel Otis were extended along the flanks and moved In the rear as supports For a few minutes all was expectation and anxiety A single horseman advanced from the timber and there was a muttered exclamation from many mouths There I they comet As wo strained ouP ears for the report of the first gun the horseman advanced toward tho skir misters making signs of friendship It proved to be Bill Cody the scout Jotter known as Buffalo Bill dressed in the magnificence of tho border fash ion lie announced that we were in front of General Crooks command and said we might put off all bloody thoughts for that day Such a recep tion probably no man ever received as warm In its greeting as would have been the warmth of the reception of the hostile Sioux The Thundering Legion In the year A D 174 n Roman legion made up wholly or in part of Chris thins fought under Marcus Antonlua against the Marconiannl Tho Roman Army were shut up In a defile and ready to perish from thirst when a severe thunderstorm with heavy rain reliev ed them of their distress and at tho same time so terrified their enemies that a great victory was gained The Christians attributed their deliverance to the prayers they had ust presented and considered it miraculous and tlie term thundering legion was applied to the soldiers New York American 11 j o w r The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company B F BEAltD DIRECTORS PresidentCapital 50000 Morris Eskridgo M H BEARD Surplus and Un GVVtBeard RichardsonCasi11orI divided Profits Dr A M Kincheloo PAUL COMPTON 0 V Robertson 1100000I BeardIPays 3 per cent asIthe best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed bank can afford to pay DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDOOIF The American Farm Review and Digest of the Agricultural Press I ElItcontains the cream of everything published in every other farm paper is endorsed by the leading agricultural authorities of tho country LIt a seekingoBelieving that the wideawake and up todato farmer will appreciate such a publication BI 1as Tho AMERICAN FARM REVIEW we have for the benefit of our readers contracted FARbITIBHEREIS OUR OFFER RFor LII I 100 we will send the Breckenridge News and- The Q Elm American Farm Review one year L x aSend your orders to HTheBreckenridge News o= Cloverport Kentuckyy DfDDDDnconnddnnnDnnnnnnnnnnc lOW ONE MAN SOLD HIS FARM A Minnesota Farmer success fully tries new long dis tance plan of selling FOURTEEN MEN IN SIX DIFFER ENT STATES WANT HIS PLACE Makes sale without aid of real estate agentI and doesnt pay a cent commission Cass Co Minnesota Special Correspond IntenselyIntetstodneighbors Mr II St John who owned a form In Cesa succeeded sellni It at a- lown price without the help of areal estate ngcn and without Iliylng n cent In commission He could havo sold the farm fourteen times over as ho had tint t number of men after It In Ufo caul so correspondentSt ilr Yes I my any and for tho benefit of others who dcslro to sell I happenedhad lIs 1 by advertising in the local papers and throucn local real estate men and had at out given up hopo of being able to sell when I happened to come across the advertisement of a concern known as Leonard Darbyshiro incorporated of Rochester N L who mako a business of find log buyers for anything one wants to sell 1 wrote to those people for their plan and 1 re celved a letter from Mr Derbyshire the President of the Corporation together with a copy of their booklet fully describing a new and upto date method of bringing buyer and seller to gether Their plan looked Rood to me and Isea them a description of my farm which they inns have sent to prospective buyers all over the country because I received no less than fourteen letters from men who wanted my place and tlteso letters came from Iowa Illinois Missl slppl Wisconsin and Nebraska and otncrbtates outside of Minnesota You can imagine that with such a demand I had no trouble In maklnsr n solo and I sold my farm to a man In Iowa a- my c own price and whnts more to the point 1 didnt have to pay a cent commission to anyone 1 cannot say too much in favor of the Rochester concern and laIn dell hted with the treatment they gave mo They did everything for mo that they tiereed to do and I never would have been able to sell so quickly without their assistanceS because itis hard to sell through an agent and even If an agent does find a buyer you have to pay a large amount In commission The system orlIClnatedbyhoard of and ho seems to bo able to find buyers for all kinds of properties no matter where they are located Mr St Johns successln selling his farmwas duo to rending a bjnklct issued by Leonard Derbyshire Inc of Rochester N Y This booklet tells of a new and successful method of finding buyers for farms and real estate bus ness properties automobiles patents and In fact almost anything soluble The Corporation issu ing this book Bro not real estate agents and do not accept apenny In commission on sates made by their asUstanco Their plan of cutting out the real estate agents lies met with remarkable success and owners throughout tho country nro opportunitytoI whtailedwhich tho agent placed upon tho property killed the sale It Is said that Mr Leonard Derbyshire tho president of this concern is doing moro to assist property owners to sell than all the real estatagents in America combined and anyone dlsposo of anything anywhero at al1Yprice would do well to write to Leonard Darby sMto roslde t Dept OH Rochester N Y- Irlvlnlt a brict es riptton ot the property IQr de and asking him to send a free copy of h- ISt explaining his now method of seullag r Subscribe Now r lai L Y 1 i Il r Dont Buy Moody Lands Without Seeing T eirThe Moody lands axdtierichest in Texas and are locator in East Panhandle adjoining the Oklahoma lino where over quarter sectioniran improved farm The land Will produq from 50to 70 bushels of corn per acre wheat 30 to 35 buatyels Alfalfa 4 to 6 tons per acre cotton etc Price of land ranges from 10 to 25 per acre Write or callat once for particulars as to soil climate location crops government report on rainfall map showing Western limit of tEo growth of corn about our EXCURSION EVERY FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH A postal will bring full particulars a letter is better Address THE MOODY LANDS COMPANY Geo C Cundiff Dist Mngr Upton Ky t YtWhen you write mention this paper r I LoversIof good b altb should prevent sickness instead of lletting themselves get sick and then try to cure it So long as yon keep your liver bowels and atom aoh in n healthy and active condition yon wont get sink Ballards Herblno relieves constipation inactive liver nd nil stomach and bowel troubles Sold by A R lifiner A Mechanical Ape What has become of the old fash loned mother who sat up to see at whnt hour her boys got ink I iirtsume sho has been superseded by a time clock Kansas City Jour nal tbcommon danger produces unanlm fry Ltln Proverb Suffered day and night the tor meats of itching plies Nothing helped me until 1 used Doans Ointment It cured me perulanentiyHopiJohn R Garrett Mayor Girard Ala enr V Old London Cookshops Mediaeval Loudon besides being a city of taverns was famous for its cookshops such ns the place on the i river hank described by Fltzstephen the thirteenth century There everyday ye may call fqr any dish of meat roast fried or sodden fish both small and great venison and fowl If friends come upon a sudden wearied with travel to a citizens house and they be loath to watt for curious preparations and dressings of fresh meat let tho servant run to tho water side where all things that can bo desired are at hand This particular place of public cookery apparently did an Indoor as well as an outdoor trade for Fltz Stephen further described it as being used both day und night byjimu1U tudes of soldiers or other strangers who refresh themselves to their con tent on roust goose the fowl off Africa and the rare gadwlt of Ionia But what wero the two llast mentioned t viands London ChronicleI J t r I Subscribe for The News I r t ci lil t i a I f t T a Pressing Down Pains area sign of serious female com plalaf that should hive Immediate i altentloi If you begin In time you can generally treat yeurecll at home without the need pf consulting a physician by the regular use of Cardul the wcIl known remedy for womens Ills- Composed of purely vegetable and perfectly harmless medicinal Ingredients being besides a gen tie Doalntoxlcsting strengthen ing tonic WINE CARDU1WOMANS I complaintsMy ARodgers skeletonfrom bearlnZdownache Doctors failed to rellcTO IiJ1AtAll Druggists ADVICeJCOlChattnnoogn I t J l lA GENTLEMAN FRO 1 = 1 MISSISSIPPI i from Pago Two JJContinued hey do said Gulf Citys mayor but And there was a man here tram J t InterruptUj f City was fit only to be the state rcf J for aged and Indigent frogs II Say they aint a man In Altacoola l root can speak th truth Indignantly I shrieked the OKI colonel almost control of himself because their heads Is always abuzzln and ahummln from th quinine they have to take to keep the fever away sab The mayor sat directly In front of Haines at the I opposite side of his desk Regain ing his ure he suddenly Congress has tome leaned forward thing to say and half whis pered to tho secretary Mali young friend dont let Senator Langdon get twitched away from Gulf City by them cheap skates from Altacoola Now it youll get th1 sen ator to vote fo Gulf City well seem see sab as an officer of th City Lan companythat you get taken caah of- Haines eyes opened wide Go on colonel go onwlth your of fer bo said Well Ill see that a block of stock saha big blockIs set aside fo Senator Langdon an another fo you too Weve made this abrangement else wheah Well outbid Altacoola everah time Theyre po an bate to give up So Altacoola Is bidding too ex citedly asked Haines Why of cose It Is Ah yo as I blind as that o ah yo foolln with meV questloned Telfer suspiciously Seems to me yo ought to know moro about that end of It than a fellah clear from th gulf- Certainly certainly mumbled IIaines Impatiently as he endeavored rto associate coherently Intelligently in his mind these startling new rove lations of Teller with certain tact dents he had previously noted In the operations of the committee on naval affairsThen he looked across at the mayor aad smiled Apparently he had eardJn nothing to amaze him Colonellli he returned calmly drop ping into a voice that sounded of pity far the gray hairs of the lobbyist about fifty men a day come to me with propositions like that There is nothing doing colonel I couldnt pos Bibly interest Senator Langdon be judgingfordiced against either town that came oat with such a proposition Lan speculation is legitimate pro tfWSJj1 e colonel cunningly r W4FURSHides stud Wl losing compos sports Feathers TaHow BeMwVx GJatMV GoIJaae4YeLw I IWildStabUedLoungenJJa deleafteriw tbie n aseoti cc on r eeodykagRafeeen e Atl I + tlroliyAOwt1 M label A SIMM- Xttl fc Market StJ LWISYfLLE lCtiIft iu J 0r is Unities agreed- Certainlyby outsiders But Il- sdd thievery when engaged In by anyone connected with putting a bill through If 1 were to tell Senator Langdon what you have told mo it would decide him unalterably In favor of Altacoola Senator Laugdon sir Is one of tho few men in Washington who would rather bo thought a fool than a grafter If it came down to thatThe mayor of Gulf City jumped to his feet his face blazing in rage not in shame Seems to me yoro mighty fresh young man ho blustered What kind of politics is Langdon playln Not fresh colonel only friendly Im Just tipping you off how not to be a friend to Altacoola As to his poll tics the senator will answer you him selfA scornful laugh accompanied Tel fers reply Altacoola huh I I reckon yo must be a fool after all Why everybody knows of the speculatln in land around Altacoola and everybody knows It aint outsiders thats doln it Its the insiders right hero In Washington If yo aint in yo can easy get a latchkey Young man yoll find out things some day and yoll drop to It all I guess I was too late with yo Thats about the size of it I guess Al tacoola 11 talk to yo went on the mayor If that feller Fairbrother of Altacoola had been able to hold his tongue maybe I wouldnt know so much But now I know whats what I know this that yore either a big fool oran insider Yoro a nice young tel ler I have kind a taken a fancy to yo I like to see yo young fellers get along and not miss yor chances Come my boy get wine to yorself get wise to yorsclf Climb on to the band wagon with yo friends ableMTelfer If he humored him a bit- I tell you colonel bo finally said these are pretty grave charges youre making but Ill tell you confidentially owing to your liking for me that it is not yet too late to do something for Gulf City Now Just suppose you and I dine together tonight early and well go over the whole ground to see how things lie Will you The colonel held out his hand emil ing broadly He felt that at last ho had won the secretary over that the- o young man was at heart anxious to take money for his Influence with the senator All right my boy yoro on Well dine together Yo are absolutely cer tain that it wont be too late to get to Senator Langdon Oft wise to yorsclf I Get wiser Absolutely positive I wouldnt make a mistake in a matter like this would r unless I was what you said I wasa-I fool Of course not Oh yore a slick ono I like to do business with folks like yo Its mighty educatlnlI Thanks answered Bud dryly Its certain that Langdon wont decide which place hes for until tomorrow I promise you that he wont decide until after I have my talk with you Yo see said Telfer I asked that question because as yo probably know Congressman Norton and his crowd Is pretty close to Senator Lang don Haines cut him short with a gasp of surprise Norton Teller wrinkling his forehead Incred I nlously looked at HaInes Surest thing you know my boy Bud turned his head away in thought Oh leave the Norton outfit to me Ill fool them ho finally said Good setter shook the secretarys hand heartily Yore no fool my boy Anybody cana see thatafter they got to know yo- mall Thats what comes of beln one of TbeypearImighty sanctimonious on th outside but on th inside theyre the real goods all right of Tho lobbyist hurried away hIs blbu lens soul swelling with satisfaction Ho was sure of triumphing over Alta cools and ho was willing to pay theJ priceIHnlnea sank into his chair I wonder what Washington Welders ha Murmured are speculating in Alta coola land Telfer mentlohii Nortons name I wonder1 I Tim door opened and before him stood Carolina Langdon- VAh buss Langdon be exclaimed 1 aii ghVa to seO yoU Shd walked to lilt and extended coiv dlallY a slenderl gloved hand This is a real pleasure Mr HaInes she fiegan v Ive been walling to talk to you for some time Its about some i thing important Something importantsmiled us You want to see me about important WenletJOe youItCarolina Langdon had never appeared more9 charming more beautiful to young iHatnes than she did that day lisps she Appeared more inspiring uj of the contrast hejr prance t iff U t rtSl d 1bous ads Havo Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect iit How To Find Out Filla yourwaterdust sedi mentorsettling stringy milky- appearllnceoften tion the kid too frequent intheyou the kidneys and bladder are out of order and attentionWhat To Do There comfort in the knowledge expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy correctingrheumatism kidneyslivertlleurinarypassageand passing bad effects orbeercessity of being compelled go manytimesandimmelliatesoon realized stands the hilhest because ofits remarkable health restoring properties If you need a medicine you should Jdruggists J a brick or indicates an un healthy condi of neys desire to need is so often scalding pain in it or to often It and onedollar sizes swnpiYoutrccbymniJhamton N Y Mention this paper and SwampRootDinghamtonN episodesthroughalso Carolina wns dressed In her triost becoming street gown which she well realized as she was enacting n care fully plannl part with the unfortu nate secretary His frankness and the sincere adml ration that shone In his pycs mused her to falter momentarily almost made her weaken In her purpose but slip made an effort and secured n firmer grip on herself for she must play n role that would crush to earth the nlr castle this young secretary was build Ing n role that would crush the Ideals of this young optimist as well 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 lor five years defied all remedies and baffled the best doc tors who said the poisoned blood had affected his lungs and nothing could save him But writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters com pletely 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 What It Does Speaking of poetry does the modern school make us think Well It makes us hustle for the dictIonarythat is those of us who have any curiosity at all Louisville CourierJournal A healthy man is a king in his own right an unhealthy man la an an happy slave Burdock Blood Bitters halide np sound health keeps you well Warm The spirit of your husband wishes to speak with you madam What does he soy He says that he doesnt have to dress In n cold roomBohemianC- rushed Again Mrs Denhnm Do you think that I shall be a good looking old woman Denhara =I dont know why you should xpect any such radical change Now York Press MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL The second biennial May Music Festival to be held in Louisville May 67 8 at the First Regiment ArmoryI will give to the South the greatest usical event which it has ever enjoyed- A greater nutnbaf of artists flnternaI tional tame has been engaged than ever before and the scope of the festival ia larger magnitude than anything hitherto undertaken It has been announced nevertheless that prices for the festival will be lower than beforeso that the attendance is expected to break records i CTORXABMW tto Always Bent Wgnatara ef aH I SEEDS J Fesh RsIlabte Pure luannteed to Plmor ndPloterj luperlorjnerltaof Our 1onheruGrownStldllII Iiiwoe FAMOUS COLLECTION1 plf oDe TnaU t so 1 pkf PrUntH Radlih 10 I pIt edMrall Ctltrr 101 pEar1rtrrba4 Cmlikic lie1 k FuIUrtea Market Ut t 10Alto l2TarldsebleYkrSd it- V To3WrlUl 1ndpioldnrj 100 r with our Nw and InrtrnclUo O r Un Guldo 1GUEAT NOKTJIKKN SETA CO1 Koekford Illinois iJ I THE MANN WHO LAUGHS By the Way He Does It He Gives an Index to His Character THE POTENCY OF LAUGHTER Shown by the Effective Way In Which Cervantes Smiled Spains Vain and Foolish Chivalry AwayMen Who Never Laughed and Rarely Smiled What an Index to character is mans laugh What surer clew can wo have to both his intellect and his temper unless It be that ho seldom or never laughs Nothing say Goethe 1Is more significant of mens eharacte- than what they find laughable You know no man says Tleck till youI have heard him laughtill you know when and how he will laugh The perception of the ludicrous says Em erson Is a pledge of sanity A rogue alive to the ludicrous Is still convert ble If that scnso Is lost his fellowmen can do little for him Lavatcr the great physiognomist lays his great stress on the very un equivocal and derisive nature of a laugh us an Index of character If itI be freo und hearty and occasion a gen eral und lCht movement In all the features and dimple the cheek and chin it Is an almost infallible eV- Idence of the absence of any great ma tonal wickedness of disposition Cae sal mistrusted Gasslus because that lean and hungry conspirator rarely iIf ever Indulged In laughter When Hor ace Walpole was in Paris In 17G5 ho found that laughing was out of lash Ion In that gay capital Good folks he writes ihey have no time to laugh There arc God and the king to be pulled down first and men and wom en ono and all are devoutly employed In the demolition how often n man falls to betray the tiger that lurks within him until he laughs Is there nothing significant- In the fact recorded by Plutarch of Cato the younger that nothing could make him laugh that his countenance was scarcely softened even by a smile Is It not a characteristic trait of the gloomy tyrant Philip II o Spain that he rarely smiled and that he laughed but once In his entire life and that when lie heard of the massa crc on St Bartholomews day Is i not a suggestive fact regarding the gloomy taciturn Wallenstcln the ter ror of the people at the sight of whom as ho paced through his camp with his lofty figure enveloped In a scarlet mantle and with a red feather In bis cap a strange horror took possession of the soldiers that he was never seen to smile Can we wonder that the poor little dwarf Alexander Pope the cynical satirist afflicted with asth ma and dropsy tortured with rheuma tism racked with headaches and threatened with cataract should never have laughed but only smiled It has been said of the greatest of English dramatists who united with his intense humor an equally Intense piercing insight into the darkest and most fearful depths of human nature that no heart would have been strong enough to hold the woe of Lear and Othello except that which bad the un quenchable elasticity of Fulstaff and the Midsummer Nights Dream Might not u similar remark be made of that pendulum betwixt a smile and a fear Abraham Lincoln In whom sadness and a keen sense of the comic were so strikingly combined How exuberant was his mirth sparkling In Jest comic story and anecdote and yet bow often the very next moment those j sad pathetic melancholy eyes showed i a man familiar with sorrows and ac J quainted with grief Who can doubt that but for the merriment In which ho Indulged the contagious laughter which welled up from his soul as naturally as do bub bles in the springs of Saratogahe would have sunk under his weary i weight of care long before he fell by the plstpl of Booth It is indeed statesmen students and thinkers generally who most need tho relaxation afforded by occasional mer riment Some centuries ago Iit woo the fashion Jn Europe for men of rank to keep a buffoon and a banquet was considered Incomplete where a privi leged jester was not an attendant This was perhaps for those days a wise custom It Is surprising how much a few minutes sleep will refresh I the body and a few minutes laughter tho mind and many a useful life might be prolonged by the substitution of i theso remedies for carking care and wearlnoss In place of the usual trench erous tonics and stimulants What a dismal deduction would be made from the happiness of our homes Jf they were robbed of their merrli mont What pictures of Innocent Imirth has Goldsmith given In the Vicar of Wokefleld and how artless the remark of the good Dr Primrose If be had little wit We had plenty of laughter What a power for good and evil Is the worlds dread llaugh which scarce tic firm philosopher can scornHow ij many men have been cowed by It who eonld have faced without flinching a batterys deadly fire How many pad customs and wicked practices how maup quixotic schemes of philanthropy or reform how1 many absurd doctrines iIn pouuts theology and sociologyl which have defied time artillery of argU- ment txgI have been laughed off the public Istage never to return Did not Cervantes smile Spqlns vain and C foolish chivalry away William Ma thows In London Great Thoughts perGerImaa o Proverbtl 1Pj rwr- y i rrJiJr JT7 A r1sl a- t1 FIELD SEEDS FOR SALE I OatsIjjand Brick at Depot Hardinsburg Ky J HESTON WHITWORTH CO t I a erPf AIlpOnsatrp ge a rw dI = r THE U =I OnlrIII- Iy Fifth Avenue iMtdass hotel tn the city msktnq a IttOO rate i Only one block trom the principal ihopplnil dtitrlct and two blocks r HOTEL the principal theatres tromII I Street cars pass tbeidoor to all parts of the cityfi LouisvilleI i9 KyEveryLhlnjt peat and clean I PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr Jo m IIThe Carlsbad of America I ndiI i 1 Southern Railway ILeave EVansville 720 am 2 20 pm ti1II Rockport 715am 2 15 pm III Cannelton pmTellpm ITroy 735am 2 32 pm pmfArrive French ffI Arrive West llndenIO 30 am 555 pm Daily Except Sunday Ft DAYSt fi 20Rockport56CanneltonI 264Troy76TellIE IndIImllMIJI Drr RKrrrrstt rwrpsistro rt+ KraDstrrKrKrasrarK KaKtKKKKp- K For a Limited Time II GETI Times II Ii iiRegular Price 500 a Yearx33- G iAND Cii 8 The Breckenridge News j i i IBothi 350ss Y I The Louisville Times is the best Afternoon Paper Printed I Anywherek r i A Has the best corps of correspondents iv Covers the Kentucky field perfectly Sf Covers the general news field completely I reportsA 1 SubscriptionAI Right Away i t t v to this papernot to the I f Times This special low LouisvilleII V Sf withdrawn atanytime SO This rate is good only for MAIL subscrip J K tions and we cannot accept orders THE LOUISVILLE TIMES where forII furnishesii A Two Papers for Less Than the Price of One Y91StitSStd11d 1kkStSt9131S1if5lA7cSlS1ASgYSCt1t71S1AAA7AIAIAS1711AMiiS1A iR7 ISidtSl t For Nice Job Printing Nicely Done Call onIUS f li ForALameness inHorses Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect See that your horse is not allowed to go lame Keep Sloans Liniment on hahd and apply at the first signs ofstiffness Its wonderfully penetratinggoes right to the spotrelieves- the soreness limbers up the joints and makes the muscles clastic and pli- antSloans Linimentwill kill a spavin curb or splint reduce wind puffs and swol len joints and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula sweeney founder and thrush Price 500 and gioo Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass Sloan book on horses cattle sheep and poultry sent free OVER FOUR MILLION DOLLAR Taxable Wealth of Breckenridge County For 1909large increase Over Last Year Interesting Notes o vLY TWENTYONE DIAMONDS The Assessors book shows an in crease of 12405 over last year an in crease of 90 voters a decrease of one stare a decrease of f42 171 in banks ta decrease of 2862 acres of land but atI increase of value of 27834 in the lands an increase of 51 children of school age an increase of 682 acres of tobacco andl a decrease of 141 dogs upon which the tax of 1 each is to be paid The complete statiscs as shown or the book and reported to the State Auditor are Igiven below Amount of bonds E 130030 Notes secured by mortgage 123502 Oilier notes 223928 Accounts oO815 Cch in hand r 9G38 Cash in banks 184346 Cash on deposit with other corporations i 300 Cash deposited with other in dividuals f 1900 All other credits or money at interest 14030I Suck in associations not paid on by corporation 8 3275 Stock in foreign corporations riot exenipt bylaw 1050I Acres of land 327601 Value of land with impove ments i 2310973 Number of town lots 1324f Value of lots with improve ments V f 629625 i Tnoroughbred stallions 5 Value of stallions f 1450I Thoroughbred geldings2Va- lue of same and 275 Thoroughbred mares L colts t 22 Value of same S 1720I Common stock stallions 28 Value of same 2715 Common stock of horses and colts 5433 Value ofsame 315517r Head of mules 2790 Value of samo 189667r Number of Jacks 39 Value of samer 4255 Number of Jennets 16j Value of same 8 340 Registered bulls 9 Value of same 355 Registered cows and calves 88J Value of same 1790 Head of common stock 882g Value of same S 128679 Number of sheep 10400 Value of same 29004 Number of hogs 10502 Value of same 61004 Value of agricultural impli ments 42128 Value of carriages wagons automobiles etc 58i 72 Value slaughtered animals 535 Value of safes 5 1963 Value of household and kitchen furniture 214863 Manufacturing implements and machinery 24711 Value of musical instruments 29087 Materials for manufacturing 23910 Value of manufactured arti cles 680 Number of paintings 11 Value of same 35 Number of libraries43Va- lue of libraries 4250 Number of diamonds21Va- lue of diamonds 1900 Valueof watcHes and clocks 7972 Value of jewelry 660 13181ValueSteamboats and other water craft 1985 Value of patent rights 100 Value of brick stone and other building material 11895 Number of stores 150 Value of same 189655 Value of property held for sale for others 9046 Value of all oth6r property 40634 Value of exemptions 690416 Taxable worth 4466238 Legal voters 4798 Children between 6 and 20 5433 Pounds of tobacco raised 4140700 Tonsof hay 4163 Bushels of corn 66089 Bushels of wheat 83696 Bushels of oats j588 Acresof wheat 9161 Acres of corn 38340 Number of acres of meadow 7350 Acresof woodland 67952 Acres of tobacco 5745 Number taxable dogs 1826 BY MAGISTERIAL DISTRICTS The taxable worth by districts is Hardinsburg 11160710 Cloverport8 959022 Union Star 55906J 7505581Hudson I McDaniels 601501 Each of the first three districts lists less than it did one year ago while each of the latter three lists more the biggest gain being in Bewleyville The voters are distributed First 967 a gain of 19 last year Cloverport 809 a loss of 43 Union Star 085 a gain of 19 Bewleyville 713 a gain of Hudson 814 a gain of 45 McDaniels 111 a gain of 39 Bewleyville has the most acres 62481 Cloverport the fewest 44789 j R B PIERCE Proprietor Phones iI AMERICAN PRODUCE CO 1 General Commission Merchants II t 122 West Jefferson Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY iStricllj A Coinmission Business All Kinds of Country Produce r 3S2 72 FOR SALE=A lot on the corner of Third and Huston Streets Clovorport Ky being100x125 feet and containing a large frame dwelling in good condition This property is known as tho old Murray property and is now occupied by Mr D C Ben ton Tno owners of this property are desirous of winding up their business and will soil the property for a bargain at terms to suit the purchaser Any one interested should address SPALDING STITES PAUL JONES BLDCL louisville Ky r- a t rni r ciuxur rlld ardJ ItWWCntuIJ 71s n trI Jrl rta u t Like A Snow raU Before A July SUIl EmlII 1oi1I iIm rL tb 14 a r r ICombination Desk and Book Case 114 cut Actual value 1000 For This Mam facturcrV Outlet Sale off the Floor Or n Man OTi WE PAY FREIGHT T YOUR TOWN An Iron Enameled Bed like cut Actu I value 5OO For This Manufacturer Outlet Sale Off Tho Floor Or By Mn TOWN 225 WE PAY FREIGHT TO YOU E r An Oak Bebroom Suit 3 pieces 111 cut Actual Value 92200 For This Mam facturers Outlet Sale Off The Floor C By Mall 14O5 WE PAY FREIGHT T YOUR TOWN Value This land valuation of Hardinsburg district runs the highest464483 Hudson is lowest with 295249 Hudson has 1112 of horses valued leading both in number and value Cloverport has fewest McDaniels leads in listing mules at 45592 Cloverport j has exactly half as many which she lists 22805- Bewleyville has 3433 sheep valued at 9714 Cloverport has but oOO worth 2475 McDaniels leads with 4150hogs worth 13484 Cloverport has the least number of hogs Io26 but she values them at 6804 Hardinsburgs vehicles are valued 13958 Hudson values hers next at 10699 Union Star is next at 7843 Household and kitchen furniture at Cloverport is 54004 which is 5000 ahead of Hardinsburg next on theI leads with IflOOO worthI of musical instruments Hudson theI least musically inclined has but 1800 worth of pianos organs etc Of the 43 libraries in the county 25 belong to Hardinsburg the district reporting none Hudson reports at5 1 1 1 r I J 1tmIIJtJliS tI ra1 mIl11 owa9iZuzclfJ BEGl PURCHASE OPmow o etGtnuCl IIu LtY1i UlytiyjSyyti Ly WNUR1 Eu nim iFECt Ja g I- Is Ii WI1U fJn V TO THE HOMES Mottling 2I 2 OF i E PEOPLE This ESZsg SacriiHce Sesfts only Icrnr MORE DaysJ SEND IN OUR MARL ORDERS AT ONCE That the people of Louisville Kentucky also throughout the states of Ohio Indiana and the entire South have been taking ad vantage of Jas Greens Manufacturers Outlet Sale Ilt1broll manifest by the large crowds attendance at this big Furni ture sale since the opening day Shipment upon shipment ei manufacturers surplus stock of furniture carpets rugs etc have been added to this great sale from day to day and this o most wonderful furniture sale has proven one of the greatest bar gain feasts that the people Louisville and the entire State of Kentucky have ever heretofore been able to participate in rind those who arc attending the sale buy liberally are well pleased their purchases recommending their friends to Jas Greenes Big Manufacturers Outlet Sale of Furniture Tho good news has been spread far and wide of the many bargains that Jas Greene is offering on Furniture Carpets etc now selling at about onehalf their regular value Commercial circles have been shaken from center to circumference The sale is the talk of the entire state The people appreciate furniture carpets rugs the good quality at a bargain price and they are show ing their apprcciaiton doily by buying out Jas Greenes Big Manufacturers Purchases by the wagon loads THE SALE ONLY LASTS FOUR DAYS MORE AND POSITIVELY ENDS SATUR dI DAY NIGHT MARCH 20th AND TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT ATTENDED THIS SAL AND BENEFITED ACCORDINGLY It I wish to say to outhat you are missing n great opportunity- to secure for yourself your home needs and furnishings ati about onehalf their usual cost In justice to yourself you cannot af furd to stay away as this sale presents au opportunity to save rany dollars on furniture carpets and household needs Jas Greene would be unable to make this great sacrifice on furniture carpets and house furnishings were it not from the fact that manufacturer were forced to realize cash on their surplus stocks wiili instructions to sell them out at retail at from onethird to onqhalf their actual value This is a sale that comes about once ein n lifetime and you owe it to your family and your pocket book to make this great saving when the opportunity presents it self and this is your opportunity during this sale to save your selves many dollars Remember that this sale positively closes Saturday night March 20th so buy all you may need for the next ten years as such a sacrifice sale oij furniture carpets etc will probably never occur again Extra help have already been secured for the last four days of the sale WEDNESDAY MARCH 17 THURSDAY MARCH 1STH FRIDAY MARCH 19TH AND THE LAST DAY SATURDAY MARCH THE 20TH as we want everybody to waited upon properly The last four days moulding BIG SATUR DAY MARCH 20TH THE LAST DAY OF THIS BARGAIN FURNITURE FEAST will see tho biggest crowds of people at Jas Greenes Manufacturers Outlot Sale of furniture that was ever seen at any sale in Louisville Kentucky before Make your arrangements to attend tho sale before it closes and secure your share of the many furniture bargains being offered A word to the intelligent should be sufficent as Jas Greenes big furniture sale present tin opportunity to make your dollars do double duty Make no mistake Be sure you find JAS GREENES BIG STORE Look for the big sign reading Jay Greenes Manufacturers OutII lot Sale at 425427429 East Market Street Louisville Kentucky DONT DELAY AS THIS SALE POSITIVELY ENDS SATUR DAY NIGHT THE LAST DAY OF THE SALE MARCH 20TH AT 1100 P 11 I ActQuickly Before Too lat Maltsi7oa1 11 p These Prices BSoB I Gocd Dresser like Val M BJnrn Sale Ends SC1ItU i r MDavenportt cut Actual Mall Outlet 1575 BJflJtJWE LlJb PAY FREIGHT YOUR TOWN FurniturernarrI Co ORDERS I 425 429 Eas tet Street Louisville Ky JrJLPtt T yrYn s p head at 65250 the at at i listHardinsburg j Bewleyville is one in of of kind be Of the 21 diamonds in the county valued at 1900 hardinsburg has 12 at 635 Cloverports diamonds are valued at980McDaniels led with 1078000 pounds of tobacco Star had but 293450 lbs McDaniels leads with 157955 bush els of Hudson next with 135170 Hardinsburgeads with 19000 bushels wheat Bewleyville and have 18000 each Dogs are as follows I I Hardinsburg Cloverport 343 Union Star 302 Bewleyvillo 206 Hudson 205 McDaniels 201 D Moorman of Glendeane re mains the biggest sheep lister in the county He also lists them much above the average price Mr Moorman also gives tho most list in the county his possessions embracing most all the sorts of stock a farmer can W R Moorman Son have almost as wide a range in their listing A Swollen Jaw is not pleasant Whether its caused by heuralfon toothache or accident Ballards Snow Liniment will reduce thu swelling and relieve the pain Tno great and sore care for rheuma tism cuts barns bruises waldfl any and ell aches and pains Sold A R Fisher t 1J I V Elegant Sideboard llko cut Actual nue U1SUO For This Manufacturers root N A Largo Arm Rocker like cut Actual raluo TOO For This Manufacturers lutlct Sale Off Floor Or By Mall IMKS WE PAY FREIGHT TO YOUR OWN 7 Elegant Buffet like cut Actual Value UiI Oll For This Manufacturers Outlet Sale Oft The Floor Or By Mall 1450 WE PAY FREIGHT TO YOUR TOWN As Oui3y like Solid Oak cut Actual ManufacturersManufacturers Out dau Hi ht Floor Or By WE TO 1 IItI F19 JlQ7 The horses 618 672 the with Union corn McDaniels distributed 209 C varied own by The GOES TO ANOTHER CLIMATEWormology should be studied by every parent IfIyour child IB nervous fretful Btartq Mrs JW Haltingly left last Wed thatin Its sloop Is pasty taced has rings i nesday for the West with a hope the change will benefit her health under Its eyes always seems huugryll Mrs Mattingly has been living at Jbs h net gaining weight you can be sure t Bedford Ind during recent years the trouble Is worms Whites Cream She will spend some time at the home Vermifuge is an absolute cure for of MrvW L Pierce at 413 Malino Stj worms Is Its own purgative Soli- I Los Angeles Gal by A R Fisherk3- i FARMERS INTEREST SEED CORN i WHITE DENT YELLOW DENT Ears of Farmers Interest White and Yellow Dent Corn weigh 10 to is ounces average and easily yields 10 bushels per acre more than the aye rage corn It is an ideal corn for this section Awarded lijQOOpremfuni at the Omaha Exposition 1008 For sale by r McGlothlan PiggotttM IrVIngton Hy- Price 150 per Bushel v f ij tt U- I 0gIl o t3 n