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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d n vws rnalnwS tw+ p a a Vf o w r j tt tit THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 1 r ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 24 1909 8 P e6 NO 37 F IvI e county Mrs William Tucker was horn in Vermont February U 1810 She died March 15 1909 and was ninety years of age At the age of thirteen she with her parents came to Kentucky andset l tled in what is known as the Rock Lick neighborhood She was the last member of her family and was a sister of the late Mrs William McCrae of this place Mrs Tucker and Mrs McCrae Avero recognized in their young days to he the STOLEN BOY BACK INPARENTS ARMS BIG RANSOM PAID Pretty Little Lad Walks Into Hotel Rotunda In Cleveland According to Plan of Ills Captors t NO ARRESTS HAVE BEEN MADE Cleveland Ohio March 22Llule Willie Whitla who has caused the police of the entire country endless worry since he was kidnapped from school in Sharon last Thursday was returned to his father at the Hollende n Hotel here tonight at 830 oclock In compliance with the agreement entered into between the kidnaped boys father and an agent of the kid napers here today the boy was placed the outskirts of theon a street car on city and started for the hotel shortly after 8 oclock Two boys G W Ramsey and Ed ward Mahoney recognized the lad on the car and taking him in charge con ducted him to his lather who was in waiting according the prearranged plan which he had followed at the dictation of the kidnapers The boy wandered about the hotel lobby unannounced for several minutes asking bell boys for his father before f the latter knew his son was in tne big foyerThe moment that the anxious parent heard that a strange boy was in the hotel sauntering in aimless fashion he i rushed across the lobby grasped him Into his arms and smothered his face with T kissesAn attempt had been made to disguise o the lad He wore a pair of smok glasses and a large tan cap which i ed was pulled down over his ears and the i I M father said it would have been difficult to have recognized the boy In such a i igarb had ho met him on the street Willie is in perfect health He says he has been welt treated and ever since indoorsit1 He was F to Warren and thence to New Castle j rLPa Commissioners Sales t Commissioner Lee Walls made three Isales Moutjay One hundredeleven and onehalf + acres of land near Harned for 1300y y Bought by Milt Davis The Lucy M Hall house and lot at Cloverport yaasy soldlto H 0 Pete for 768 JIJ ei rhe Mary E Beavln house and lot In s iCcQuady was Sold to Sam Baayici Sam 1 Jack nllhd Torn 51ic ran for 95r o r r11l Fr It is not knOwn just whet Mrs Tucker came tq Oloverport to live but she was one of the charter members of the Lu cite Memorial Presbyterian church After Ithe death of hr husband she made ltor homo with her sister and frindsAt time of her death she was liv ing with Mr Henry Morton and daugh ter who cared for her in every way Her funeral took place from the Presbyterian church Tuesday March 16 CHURCH 1m NOTES r At The Methodist Church Sunday School at 930 a m Preaching at 11a m Epwortb League 630 p m Memorialt Service or lessons from the life of Bro J J Over at 730 p in All are invited to attend and the membership urgently requested to be present at the Memorial Service 730 P m B M Currie P C 000 Ladies Aid Society Miss Lizzie Skillman President Mrs Adams First VicePresldent Mrs A R Fisher Second VlcePresidn j Mrs Wick DfHaven Rcc Secretary Mrs Chas Skillman Treasurero Miss Bettie Lewis an elocutionist of Louisville will give a zecitalnt the Presbyterian chinch iu the near future 000 Clover Blossoms Fred Pierce President Rosa Mippel FUt Vice Prsitleiit Paul inn Ni holas Second V icePresident Frances Sa syer ueceiving1 Sec + elaiy Isiibflig Burn Treasurer Tula B bbngfe Corretp i it leg Secretart H 1m Kirgsbeny Agent ibr Little Worker Elizabeth Sskltlmai yMRna000Mizpah timeMable01IallnReceivingSrcretuyi Piauo1st TO REDISTRICT IBRECKENRIDGE Plan To Enlarge The County Of Hancock Cloverport Citizens Think They Are Being Slighted WILL PETITION LEGISLATURE t From The Owensboro Messenger Cloverport Ky March 20Whep the next legislature meets there will be something doing when Hancock and Breckenridge county lock horns in the redistricting of the boundary lines be tween the two counties A petition is now being prepared to be circulated to cut off a portion of Breckenridge county and add it on to Hancock I county Theline as mapped out will start about ohe= half mile above the city limits and runs in a direct line to Vic toria in Hancock county The promoters arc all Hancock county people and they were agreeably surprised to find the business people in Cloverport would join in making u changeCloverport it is said has been getting the cold shoulder from theupper end of the county and is displeased over the treatment she has received Last spring the bridge that spans Tar Fork creek was condemned by Brecken ridge county officials the floor taken up and travel for six monthl was cut off from Cloverport which meant a loss of several thousand dollars that come to Cloverport merchants The farmersr were forced to go to Hardinsburg or travel ten miles around back water Two years ago three bridges above Cloverport were wrecked in the flood and while only a few dollars were needed for the repairs nothing was done all summer and not until late in the fall were the bridges remodeled And now to cap it all tie bridge that spans Clover creek that devides the town now bears a sign condemned and yet the city of Clo verport is thf metropolis of Brecken county Over fifty tax payers were asked yesterday as to how they would like a changeand it was almost unanimous for the proposed change One man expressed this way To go to Hawes ville to court it costs seventyfive cents for the round trip and to Hardinsburg it costs two dollars and twenty five cents and the coldest or hottestdrive a man ever took Mrs Uiarles Smith Dead oclockit i Mrs Mary Apalona Smith wife of Charles Smith of Canneltou Ind diedI at her home on lower Second streetj after an illness of several months Beside her husband nhe is survived by ten children also her father James W lilUer and two brothers of near Hard insburg MrsSmithwas bornln Breckenridge county near Hardinsburg Dec 2 1851 where she resided until nineteen years aguvrn thby removedlto Cannelton where they have since nuue their home The funeral was held Tuesday morn ing from St Michaels Ciititolieurch- of which she had been a member for several years the interment taking place in the Catholic cemetery She was a sisterinlaw Mrs Mattie Collins of this city who attended the I funeral MRS MARY J- HARDiN DEAD Home At Lpdiburgf For More Than Fifty Years AN OLD LAND MARK Mrs Mary J Hardin died at Lodi biirg last Friday March 18 She had been ill for several weeks and her death was due to old age and a com plication of diseases Mrs Hardin was born in Virginia on October 23 1825 being 84 years of age When a small child she came to Kentucky and for 50 years had been a resident of Lodlbtirg She was the wife of Elijah Hardin a prominent citizen of Breckenridge county who died a number of years ago Mrs Hardin was a devoted Christian and a most estimable woman She is survived by four sons two daughters 15 grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren The children are W H Hardin of Owensboro Dr John M Hardin of Brandenburg Samuel E Hardin of St Louis Asia M Hardin of Lodiburg and Mrs Lizzie R Robertson of Missou- riGARFiELD Mr Morris Beard Qff Hardinsbnrg was in town Wednesday- Mr A A Richardson and James Jones were in Louisville last week sell ing tobacco Owen Conner left last week for Louis ville whore he intends to move his familyD H Srnith wife and little son Victor Hawkins Jr spent March 15 with Mrs Taylor Dowell of Irvington Misses Maude Mattingly and Lena Whit Northspent Tuesday with Mrs 0 M PriestMiss Snider spent Thursday with her mother Mrs Nancy Snider of HardinsburgMrs Whitworth was in Hardinsburg Thursday Miss Cora Wood spent Thursday with Misses Mary and Emma McCoy Mr James Gray purchased a horse from Mr M P Compton last week Little Samuel and William Evans of Hardinsburjj spent Thursday and Fri day with their aunt Mrs Fannie Board Miss Bessie B Weatherford of Har ne spent last week with Miss Nancye BoardD Smith was in Lexington last we k- Paul Compton of Hardinsburg sprat Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs M P Compton Senator R W Owen Buys Fan y Saddle Horses Senator R W Owen purchased from John Pate on last Saturday a very fine HeIalso purchased from Knox Emmick at the same time another horse the price of which was 175 The Senator made these purchases for a gentleman from Irvington whose name we failed to learn Hancock is jaininlrquite a reputation for fancy horses Lewis port Cor Clarion New Buildings Hugh Haycnft of McQuady has contractedwith JL Pool to build a dwelling house and barn to cost 655 I I = D Pure II The Only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Made from Grapes A Guarantee of Pure Healthful Delicious Food REV FATHER BREY Doing Good Work at Lewisport Will Build New Church The Lewisport correspondent of the Clarion saysIIRcv C Brey of Cloverport preached at the local Catholic church Sunday delivering an excellent sermon Rev Brey is untiring in his efforts to better the con dition of his church and as evidence of what he accomplished we make mention of the fact that only a few years ago the church was without a pastor and remained locked the yea round when now there Is regularly on 2nd Sunday of each month The church is in all respect- in a flourishing condition The de nomination contemplates erecting iin the near future a modern and upto date house of worship They will more than likely use brick in the con struction of this new building Godfrey Haswell and littlel daughter Georgia Mc are visiting i StephensportCharles Sr has pneumouia I Dr Mather who has been indisposed I for more than a week was unable to fill his pulpit Sunday Marvin Beard and Alford Heston went to Custer Sunday to see Willie Penick who is sick Mrs Rebecca McGary and daughter Miss Lelia were in Louisville a few days last week shopping Circuit Clerk T T1 Moore spent Sunday in Glendeane Gen and Mrs D R Murray have returned from a visit of several days in CloverportCounty Gus Brown was atI Tar Springs several days last wee for the curative effect of the waters Mr and Mrs George Evans return ed last week from a few days iin LouisvilleMrs DeHaven of Cloverport is the guest of Dr and Mrs J E Kincheloe i John P Haswell Jr attcndedcourt at Custer last week Editor Roy E Moorman made a business trip to Louisville Saturday Mrs J E Wright of Louisville who is visiting her father Judg Mercer entertained informally a few of the married ladies Saturday after non Jas T McDonald formerly of The I Two Handsome Hardinsburg Residences I Residence w F HOOK Residence MARVIN BEARD j l Ig uJ tt r irt6ttbn 11 I L I = fffir 1tOtl4KIN6 r WDfR IIIfibolutely HARDINSBURG- Mrs joinI 1n well County News a well edited and typographically neat four page paper Hut one marriage license was Issued Y last week It being to Wm Miller and Lula Rhodes Miss Maggie and Miss Annie Mae Mattiiiftly of Cloverport are visitors at Pat Dillons Miss Ruth Kinrheloos friends treated her to a surprise party on the evening of St Patricks it being her birthday Every one wore Shamrock in honor of the day and a pleasauter occasion has not been in many a year Supt J H Pile Thursday received a telegram announcing the death of his Nebr raska funeral to take place Saturday eMr vile son of Edward F Pile deceas probsblysthirty years ago His life has heengiven to educational work For several years he has been at the head of the Wayne Normal un nstitution with about a thousand students each year Prof Pile was a most energetic man and in the absence of definite knowledge it is thought here that his dtath came from over work His wife had lately return ed from a tour of Europe One of his NewnYork His son is a teacher in the great school which the father bu It Eli Pile of Harned Wm II Pile qf Constantine Jesse Pile of Buras and E C Pile of Vine Grove are brothers of the deceas ed His only living sister is Mrs Isaac Bruner of Custer I Dow Grumit Co have opened up a produce house in the brick on the turner of MaUl Us Depot Streets These wen come from Minnesota where they have been for some time in the produce and commission business i There is strong probability ofa stock company being formed and a 35000 stuck of goods being put in here within the next few months Stveral well known local business men are at work the stock is partially subscribed and there teerm every reason to think the project will be carried to completion Mrs S M Heuniuger of Westview is the guest of Mrs Lelia McGary Mr Willett and family of Daviess county has moved into the Mrs Alice y Ball property Miss Ora Black of Harned returned home alter a two weeks visit to Miss Bettie Kincheloe A muss meeting has been called for Frioay night to consider street lighting alleother citizens are invited to be present Jane T Board returned to Hardins burg from Boyle county where be has been living Ho will occupy Mrs De Jeruetts property by the City Hall Goes To Oklahoma OscarBlaine who for several years has held a position with the Western Asylum at Hopkinsville Ky left Wed nesday night for Ft Supply Okla where he has accepted a positiOtfin the Asylum at that place He spent a few days here last week with his sister Mrs Graham Jolly Money Order Office The Clifton Mills postoffice will boa money order office after April 1st High School Building J K Bramlette the contractor and builder was in Ekron last week looking after the new High school building which Is to be built there this spring The building committee could not put this work in better hands There is no man more reliable andno better mechanic You can depend on what ho says and does All parties using Jumbo burners are hereby warned to remove same by April 1st or gas will be turned off II n I Cloverport Gas Cor LIi ti pi T I T eiIt IJ C cIIQI 2J11 Qo Jillc 10JI a oQ Q WHEAT FLOUR 0 11 CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD lJP II o 0 El U S GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT J Artlo osEnlr y lOc will buy Eggs L 385 Beef Sirloin 410 Mutton leg dos Milk 1030r Pork lain 1035 U Breakfast foods 1117 C 11S5 0Chcesti i 1365 Rice 2025 Potatoes 2950 I Beans dried 3040 WHEAT FLOUR 6540f ENERGY MUSCLE AND STRENGTIi GIVING QUALITIES n One pound of flour costing 3 cents will go as far as two jnII I pounds of meat costing 15c to 20c per pound fU- o I In flour that is bleached strength iis sacrificed for color O nAsk you grocer for LEWISPORT BEST flour II IJI I and you will get the best Hour 1 1 E1 FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING GROCERS 0- Q LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY 0 lLiiLEWISPORT KENTUCKY fiJ- IIQO 10JlrF 10Jill 10JI w V y W V1J1f IssI Is I expected a 10 Increase and received 25 Not so bad i This letter shows the Business Mans view of graduates of 11our Bookkeeping and Shorthand course 1Ii We will teach you actual practice Bookkeeping and hand In 28 weeks and guarantee you a position Calls the past week for two at tO two at SO two at 05 ShortIII at filOO a month Day and Night School Enroll now Get a 525 Call phone or write for NEW SPECIAL OFFER and list of i Clarks graduates School of BusinessII THE GROWING SCHOOL i 937 FOURTH AVE LOUISVILLE I Home 2330 Cumb S 939 a KYII = LI1VAWf iJ A Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees Y If you do you may find just what you need in this department Jf 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 want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or Business = II you 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 tho purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales i Jno D Babbage Sales 6000 A Year I J Walll Avcnul andhouseTj Annual soles 5000 to 6000 a yearfrom Sample Improvements dwehing and beecIJPostI about 120 per year Three miles from Beech never been worked Timber can be railroad station on the brunch Here hauled either by water or rail Limestone tOlisyour a small capital to drop right into a good round Terms one third cash balance In business For further particulars write easy paymentsoJNO D BABBAGE Cloverport KyFOIL SALEA farm ronuilnlnR 250 acres and I flvrv395S store room over two goof stock barns- dwellings from Snmplo olprovenents two onestory Itl three big IUIMIM hog house andone tenant lioue lO t610uPplo and peach- blacksmith shop nil neeossarv outhouses trues ulso puars 111 Us und aprIcots mOst 150 aurae under cultivation and pnstnreSit kinds of smolt fruits Including a nice beechvinyurd ot chotrest grapes 200 acres clesreIacres In timber white oak black oak bulanco in woods I 5 acre In grass sorer Jand sugar tree all good sire Plenty of good the round Unothird cash and grovosof black locust utilelunt for posts twater your tho whole farm lies halal1cewlrll near EkroitermsRood easy on IntIton L H St L It price Is 3000 or RAnn 7d acres situated IIK miles from long and easy imymenus 4 Holt joins Gabollerco Ridge land In good shapo good fencing one Hood dwel- UUIt house 3 rooms I Rood cistern 1 barn FOR SALE A splendid stand for a druggist 30x46 feet 1 nerer falling ttprluff two ponds physician In a good town surrounded This Is goal tobacco wheat and corn land 20 by good prosperous farmers This Is just acres In timber white nak sugar tree and the place for some young physIcian to step beech blllanoo cleared Plenty of Hood fruit Into IL good practice und a good drug business aGood road to HtophensportSM miles and good An oldcltabllshod physician wants to ret re road to Hoi 1M miles This farm Is not worn Is the reason for selling For further partlc out It Is good laud and In good vin Just the ulars address JNO D BAnDAGE Clover farm for a man with a small family port itv tRURAL TELEPHONESI Mr Farmer are you interested I If so call on tbeSmanager of tho Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company and have him explain the special Far mora Line rate Y CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated trr3r r3rJa 1S ri 3rr3r3r Jr 9 f I t 1 e xatiy If IfA GentletrianI From Mississippi By THOMAS A WISE JVoDolized From the Play by Frederic It Toomhr COPYrtldHT 1009 nY THOMAS A WISE CHAPTER XII THE IUHE OF A WOMANS LOVE AROLIXA hnd come to find C out from Unities If possible how her father was going to vote on the naval base nnd to induce the secretary to persuade him to stand for Altncooln If there seemed danger that he would vote for an other site That was her scheme for Carolina had put 25000 Into Alta cooln land money left by her mother Norton had persuaded Carolina to invest In the enterprise to defraud the government promising her 50000 clear profit How much she could do In Washington society with that The continued uncertainty over her fathers final attitude had strained her nerves almost to the breaking for time success of the conspiracy depended on his vote Not even the words of Nor ton her future husband could reas sure her Her worry was Increased by the knowledge of Randolphs In vestment of her fathers 50000 That Carolina must sacrifice Haines on the altar of her consuming desire for money for a higher worldly post tion was nn unimportant considera tion He stood In the way Any mo ment he mlrtht discover the existence of tho Altacoola scheme ho would Im mediately tell her father and she knew her father would Immediately decide against Altacoola the bright hopes of her future would turn to ashes Nor tons money as well wns Invested In Altacoola He too would be ruined She was sure that she loved Norton but she could not marry a penniless man Carolina resumed the conversation It Isnt anything so very Important Mr Haines Its about father Haines beamed- I have the honor to report Miss Langdon he bowed that your fa ther Is making the very best kind of a senatorThe girl hesitated Yes he might If he had some am bitionDont worry I If he comes down to that I have ambition for two You want him to be a success dont you Well he Is the biggest kind of a suc cess I never believed that he would be confessed the daughter Haines laughed Why do you realize that today he Is one of the most popular men in public life throughout the country that What does Langdon think has become the watchword of the big body of Independents who want honesty nnd decent government without graft- I tell you thats a big thing Miss Langdon Thats successreal suc cess In politics especially In Wash- Ington politics Now If theres anything else you want him to have Ill see that he gets It Ill try to get It for hlmhe caused a moment then added with heartfelt meaning In his voice and for you Miss Langdon Carolina played coquettishly with the secretary I For me Mr Haines she questioned archly with an effective glance Into his eyes Buds pulses began to throb violent yto leap Yes he exclaimed unsteadily for you and you know It Thais the InIspiration now my inspiration the chance of winning your belief In me of winning some thing more the biggest thing I ever thought Ito win because Miss Langdon Carolina I love you He bent ver and seized the girls hand Ever since the day I first saw vou I She shook her head Indulgently And for you Miss and In n ueGanpdon ment drew her hand from hisIYou mustnt be so serious Mr Haines You dont understand south ern girls at all We arc not just like northern girls Wo arc used to being made love to from the time wo aro knee high Sometimes I fear we flirt little but wo dont mean any harm All girls fllrta little But someboSy wins even the south ern girls declared Haines eagerly The girls face became serious ear nest sincere KILL E COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH DrKings New Discovery FORC8gsHSsSIffi o AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOXOB OR MONEY BEEUNDED Jjp J U WfiiVrr IrtlYlYs1 t1 w Yes somebody toes always HU said And when n southern girl won she stays won Mr Ilnlncs And I have n clinnce to win questioned the determined young north erner Carolina smiled sweetly and ex pressively Who knows First make my father oven n bigger successthats first Oh I wonder If you can realize what all this life means to mel If you can realize what those years of stagnating on tho plantation meant to met No man would have tndurcd IU she exclaimed bitterly 1 nm more of n man than a woman in some ways Im ambitious From the time I was a lit tie girl Ive want ed the world power fame money 1 want them still 1 mean to get them want power fame somehow any 11 monciT how if 1 cant get them myself some one must get them for me And love suggested the man You are leaving love out Suppose I get all these things for youIBuds pounding heart almost stopped He could scarcely gain his breath as he saw creep Into Carolinas eyes what he believed to be the light of hope for him the light even of a womans prom ise Who knows Mr Haines Theres no rcwarJ guaranteed There may be others trying she answered Haines laughed the strong hopeful fighting laugh of the man who would combat the boss of the senate on ground of the boss own choosing All right he cried If Its an open fight Ill enlist Ill give them all a run What are your orders Carolina appeared indifferent I dont know that I have any par ticular orders sir knight except to see that my father docs all he can for the Altacoola naval base Haines paused seized by n sudden tremor I The Altacoola naval base he stam mered Well all I can say Is that theII senator will do what he thinks right j1 That might bring power and fameaJjJ right decision In this casebut It cant bring moneyII Carolina shrugged her shouldersIMoney She laughed with affectII ed carelessness Well well have to let the money take care of itself for atj time But I do want him to vote for Altacoola because I believe that willljIl bo the best for him You believe In 1 Altacoola dont you Haines hesitated then answeredIWell between the two sites merely BB sites Altacoola seems to me rather better Ulss Langdon held out her hand Im pulsivelyThen it will be Altacoola she criedIjI Thank you Mr Haines We are partners 1 then for AltacoolaIThe young man grasped her handII earnestlyId to be your partner for good Carolina I he criedII They stood there close together bold- Ing each others hands looking into each others eyes when the door opened 1 and in came Charles NortonIi I CHAPTER XIII AN OLD FASHIONED FATHER I NORTON was CONGRESSMAN at the sight of p Haloes appar up in each other Perhaps she was getting Inter ested in the handsome interfering sec retary That a woman sometimes 1 breaks her promise to wed ho wellJ knew Plainly Carolina was carrying things too far for a girl who waS the promised wife of another I Carolina and flames showed surprise at Nortons entrance I The congressman advanced and spoke sneerlngly his demeanor marking him I to be in a dangerous mood Do I intrude bo drawled delib eratelyCarolina drew away her hands from Haines and faced the newcomer Intrude I she exclaimed contemptu ously a tone that Norton construed as In his favor and Haines in his ownJJ Intrude I Haines laughed sarcastically feeling that now ho was leadersIn the race for love against this Mis sissippi representative who was hett knew subservient tool and a taker of bribes You surely do intrudeII Norton Wouldnt any man who had Interrupted a tetentote another man was paving with Miss Langdon be in truding s t J suppose I cant deny that he root plied The secretary smiled again I Ill match you to see who stays saidBut rtons turn to defeat his rival had come Ho hold out a paper to Haines Senator Langdon gave me this for matchyThe I ttii iaIt 1 read Where in thunder does that Hy drate come from South America or Russia How much off on the tariff on time crca uro do we want Come over to the committee room where I am right away Soy Its an urgent message fInd get In with n tip The secretary looked up with aI laugh You win Norton Im off Good by And he started on a run to the senators aid Norton turned angrily on the girl ns the door closed uSee here Carolina he cried what do you mean by letting that fellow make love to you perntlseven man cure for She tossed back her head and coollyWhy I let him make love to me If I choose You know why exclaimed Norton his dark face flushing sullenly Be cause I love you and you love mel And ho seized her and pressed her to him That Is whylI he cried and ho kissed her again and again Yes I love you Charlie you know that Carolina said simply She was conquered by Ole southerners master fulnessThen why do you stand for that whippersnappers talk asked Norton perplexedlyCarolina laughed Dont you see Charlie I have to stund for it I have to stand for it for your sake for Randolphs sake for my own sake for all our sakes You know the influence he has over father ulIe can make father do anything he wants and suppose I dont lead him on Wheres our project Let him suspect n timing and let him go to father and you know what will hap pen Father would turn against that Altacoola scheme in a moment Hed beggar himself If it were necessary rather than let a single one of us make a dollar out of a thing ho bad to de ride Youre right I reckon Carolina said Norton dejectedly Your father Is a real type of the southcry gentle man He hasnt seen any real money In so long he cant even bear to think of It Somebodys got to make money out of this and we should be the onesWed lose frightfully Charlie If they changed to Gulf City wouldnt we said the girl apprehensively Do f intruder I Im horribly afraid sometimes Char lie Thats why I came hero today I wanted to influence Haines to keep him straight Is there any danger that theyll change You dont think there is do you Of course not child Stevens has got his money in and Peabody There only live on the committee Its j bound to go through 1 Then why is father so important to them asked Carolina Its past my understanding Caro lina I dont see how hes done It bittjj the whole country his come to believe whatever your father does Is right and theyve got to have him And father Is completely under the domination of this secretary murmured the girl thoughtfully Norton nodded Weve got to get rid of him Caro lina Thatb all there is to IL He has to gol When it comes to bossing the senator and making love to you too hes getting too strong How en you do it she asked You know when father likes anyone he wont believe a thing against him Norton a reed sorrowfully Thats i ht Seems like the sena tors coming to think more of this fellow than ho does of his own family Why I wouldnt be surprised if hed oven let one of you girls marry him if he wanted to marry you Wed have something to say about tilt Carolina laughed amusedly Do you think that Hope or I could ever caro for n man like this fellow Of course not But do be careful Char lie This Altacoola business must go through right It would be too cruel to have It so And then And then you and Ill be married at once Carolina whether your father likes it or not ended Norton for her With Altacoola safe we can do as we please as between us well be richI What does it matter how we get the money as long as we got ItITo be Continued Near Death In Big Pond I It was a thrlllinc experience to MrsII Ida Soper to face death For years a severe lung trouble g veme Intense suffering she wdteslIand several r V times nearly ceased my death 411 temedien failed and doctors said I was Incurable Then Dr Kings New DisII covery brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years bars Boper lives in Big 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xpresslellvesOJo verport 1007 A M stops at all WilY stations arrives Louisville 1258 p im Train No 141 Dully fastmall leaves Ole verport 458 pm stops at all way stations atLoulsvUIoaccomntodatlon WEST BOUND Jcndersopaccomrnodatlonloaves waystations tileavesOwensboroStanley arrlVeStarives miSV8 at all stations No 115 dally St Louis fast train leaves Olo AMUaw6aileOwensboro betweenLOulsvlllocars and free reclining chair cars on trains 145 dStFpr4syllle Branch EASTBOUND leave6ordsvlUo000p am leaveFordsvillop m Train No 6 Sunday only Fordvlllo700a m Irvington 996 a m WEST aTrain t t- Irvington1110 a m arrives Fordsvllle a55 pm JImi rS r t 7- I t I q n U 4 ii L iJ w 11Ilw Iw r I BEARD BROS BREEDINGI STOCKII JJf 1tr f HARDINSBURG KENTUCKYJl In offering to the public our breeding stock for 1909 we can say that never before have we been able to offer i our patrons suchadvantages as we can this time We purchased Highland Glenworth last season and he is recog nized as one of the purest bred stallions in America It requires a large investment to bring such as this to our county and we feel that the farmers should show their appreciation of our efforts to improve the stock of our county II by their liberal patronage Our service fees are the smallest for this class of stock ever offered to the people Your carefulconsideration ofour claim on your patronage will be highly appreciated l HIGHLAND GLENWORTH American Saddle Horse Breeders Association No 3196 t For Highland Glenworth wo have only to say that ho is the highest styled truest acting finest finished and richest bred saddle stallion money would buy Horsemen familiar with High land Denmark Monto Christo Black Squirrel and Chester Dare know that each was the cham pion of tho ring and also of the stud each in his day No other stallion living or dead can claim all these great horses for lineal sires and Highland Glenworths dam grand dam and great grand dam wore all noted mares productions from mating by tho shrewdest horsemen ever known to Kentucky It is no surprise that Highland Glonworth is one of the leading sires of the country as nothing but the hottest blood courses his veins and no cold cross anywhere in his pedigree to crop out in a colt PEDIGREE Highland Glenworth is a blood bay stallion 16 hands high black points foaled 1902 sired by Highland Denmark 730 by Black Squirrel 58 by Black Eagle 74 out of Mollie Black Eagle was by King William 67 out of Kitty Richards Mollio was by Giltners Highlander out of Bettie Highland Denmark 730 was out of Miss Gravy by Dave Akin 775 by Richmond out of daughter of Wagner Jr First dam Annette Lee 1385 by Black Squirrel 58 second dam Nancy Leo 476 by Monto Christo 59 by Montroso 106 out of Fannie Giltnor 59 third dam Nannie Garret 472I 4byDave Akin 775 fourth dam Nannie Wo want to farm a few of the best mares in Brcckinridgo county to breed to Highland Glen worth and will be glad to negotiate with owners of highclass brood mares See us as soon as possible SEASON FEE 15 to insure living colt Will also make stand at same time and IIIplace as Sporting Boy and jack John rl 1 two Good Colored Men Gone JonesmostFrank respecta colored man of this city died 1 lost Tuesday morning after a short illne- II The funeral nag held Thursday aft noon and services were conducted by Masons of Louisville Jones was forty ftwo years of age He was a reliable worker and held a position at the Hen derson Route shops He leaves an insurance to his wife 000 The funeral of Sam Spottsman who died last Thursday night was held from the Baptist church Saturday afternoon He was liked by both white and color people and held n pO itionvith theI American Tobacco Co for It years Spottsman is survived by 1 4 wife Berlie Spoilsman who gave him a very handsome funeral His coffin cost 250 Suffered day and night tho torments of itching piles Nothing helped mo utitil 1 used JDcans Ointment It cured mo permanently rHon John R Barrett Mayor Qfrard Ala that tie Did That man has done some mighty good things IIYesj I was ono of thgmLouis1 M e CourierJournalCASTORIA s For Infants and Children Hi Kind You Have Always Bought I Bera the 1 I Signature of l1 U JLra li- U i fl jJ W say without hesitation that DeWitta Kidney and Bladder Fills baoKle ache inflammation of the and septicssssand act promptly in all oases of weak irbaCk backache rheumatism andI rheumatic pains Accept no aobstitnto o We sell and recommend them AllI dingglsts No Ideas Mr Jawback Mr Braneigh sets 12000 a year just for furnishing his firm with ideas Id like to have a job like that Mrs Jawback Yes and wed starvej deathsixchangehe tA ownisright an unhealthy man is an an happy slave Burdock Blood Bitters builds np sound bealthJkeeps yon well i NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish calla aries free All newspapers of any consequence charge for such matter We gladly publish accounts of death im mediately after they occur =Editor i Race Suicide 1 la not nearly tho menace to increase in population that deaths among infants are Eight ont of ten of these deaths are directly or indirectly caused by bowpl troubles McOees lisp l Elixir spree diarrhoea dystmtary sonr atom ooh and all infant aliments of this nature Just the thing for teething babies Price olinillOo per bottle BoklbyA R Fisher M 1 r r MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL The second biennial May Music FeBI tival to be held in Louisville May 6 7 and 8 at the First Regiment Armory will give to the South the greatest musical ev nt which it has ever enjoyed A greater number of artists of international fame has been engaged than ever before and the scope of the festival of larger magnitude than anything hitherto undertaken It has been an nounced naverlbeless that prices for the festival will be lower than beforeso o that the attendance is expected to records breokI Quick climate changes try strong co sUlulions and cause among olher evils nasal catarrh a troublesome and offen andsl1uffiirlgIcoughing and difficult breathing and the drip drip of the foul discharge into the throat all are ended by Elys Cream Balm This honest remedy contains no cocaine mercury nor other harmful ingredient The worst cases yield to treatment in a short time All1 druggists SOc or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warron Street New York A Modern Bringing Up They tell mo the new senator is noted for the number of laborsaving devices fie has invented Yes and he has brou htupnil his boys tp be labor savers top Vlndeedt HOW is that They never workClevelandI Plain Dealer S No Doubt Theres going to boa linen trust Wc1l1I t11 spoee well alt have to wear itsI collar Kansas City Journal u h V 1 ankle handshighas well bred as any saddle stallion in America Ho combines many of the characteristics of both the MyOvensi rnndybredwas by Mont Rose 106 Artist 64Kingstyleundmany SPORTING BOYS dam is by the renowned model and show stallion Endor 27 who had more premiums to his credit than any stallion in his day and had for his sire King Denmark and dam Loxingtonq snddlehorsespossesses but the qualities in action and beauty Ho is a saddle horse from a walk to all gaits and in a trot ho is a breederSportingBLACK WARRIOR JOHN Known as the Miller Jack Black Warrior John is one of the best breeders and one of the finest jacks in Kentucky 15i hands high weighs 1000 pounds and is a sure foal getter Black Warrior John wilmaIm the season of 1909 at 10 to insure a living colt Important Notice These horses and this jack will stand the season of 1909 at the stable formerly owned by C V Robertson at Hardinsburg Ky now owned by John Elder III PREMIUMS1- st premium Highland Glenworth 20 2nd premium Highland Glen worth 10 1st premium Sporting Boy 1250 2nd premium Sporting Boy 5 WarriorJohnWill give 100 for premium colt from Highland Denmark BoyWUIf John 61 A Contractor 1909DrGentlemen About four years ago I suffered from Kidney trouble and rheumatism in my hips The p tin across my back became so severe that I could hardly straighten np and could not veal without digging my feet I would uri nate frequently and would have to rise two or three limes during the nights sleepAndI and begin to lose flesh I saw Swamp Root advertised and bought one bottle to try it After taking it I felt and could pleep all right at night I continued to take it until 1 bad taken four large bottles I was entirely free from gainInSwampRootI in my case remarkable Yours very truly M H HIOKSON Doimlsonville Ga WHEN WRITING pleasersign your name and NOTuA friend Then we know the information is from a reliable I source Editor This is the most dsngarond timo of the year to catch cold and it is t the hardest timoto cure it If you should talcea cold a few doss of Kennedys Laxaitve Cough Syrup will not very promptly Its laxativeJ principle cures too cold by driving it from the system by n gentlo but natural action of the bowels Children especially likp Kon nodya Laxative Cough Syrup as it tastes good nearly like maple sugar It fIs sojd by all druggists Dont Forgot to Subscribe Today s I a l lt Dont Buy Moody Lands t kWithout Seeing Them The Moody lands are the richest in Texas and are located in East Panhandle everyIfrom 50 to 70 bushels of corn per aero wheat 30 to 35 bushels Alfalfa 4 to 6 tons per acre cotton etc Price of land orecall at once for particulars as to soil climate location crops government report on rainfall map showing Western limit of FIRSTANDA postal will bring lull particulars a letter is better Address ITHE MOODY LANDS COMPANYG- eo C Cundiff Dist Tinge Upton Ky Office 423 West Jefferson LOUISVILLE KY When you write mention this paper 1q JP tPT= 3 Nice Neat Job Painting done ait at this office Give us your Next Order and be Satisfied r e tt trt f 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSI JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO- o I I Issued Every Wednesday Sabsoription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino 1 OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents perjino Mono i In advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct pleas- eiotify us When ordering change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now address a EIGHTAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 24 1909 To thineoivn self be true find it must follow as the night the day i Thou canst not then be false to any 71UU- liShakespeare FITZGERALD DEFIES HIS ENEMIES Representative Fitzgerald of one of the Brooklyn districts who came to the aid of the Republicans in the recent light on the rules is threatened with a sort of Black Hand treatment by his follow Demo crats in the house under the lead of Clark of Missouri Ho rallied enough Democrats on the side of the republicans to offset the seces sion of the Republican insurgents and to keep the rules practically pnchanged But Fitzgerald refuses to bo frightened at the menaces of Clark and his associates Ho remarks that Less than a year ago I was put out of a Democratic state convention and denied a seat in a Democratic National convention to which 1 was entitled And yet my district npminned me for CongressandI I received 3500 morpII votes in the election tnaij did the head of the Democratic presidential ticket I long thaf jjnd gf a Oempcrat in 189S nnrl iafn tfjmt jtjnd stjll I 4 From the number of plant beds looming up on the hills and in tho I I I I valleys of this county thero will be an injmense crnoff tobacco raised II 4 srtti It1 planters will keep In Inlhd quality instead of quantity the Iprice Will btt alright iiuniohso acreage of tbbabCo means mean tobacco anu1 melon tobacco metals next to nothing in prices Tobacco growers have things practically their own way now if they did but knoW it But a big crop will bust them up sure Dont do fr farm ers Keep down the quantity and the quality up 10000 plants to the hand should be tho watchword J 1 When you strike tho hands andfeet of the women of this country and lay them bare you will raise snob a cry that no Congress man will dare face his home constituancy Let them raise time price of gloves and stockings and there will be a laying on of hands and both feet that wont bo very pleasant for the Congressman who voted 1 for it I Clarence Sterrett wants tho Democrats and Republicans in that county to pool the county offices select men from both parties for the various Blocs endorse them and vote for them and do away with the old time scramble Pretty good advice and coming from an old line 1 Democrat is a new departure Senators La Follotto and Tillman will earn 25000 each on the Chautauqua circuits this summer It pays to be rood Col Bryans t earnings from the same source will amount to 100000 It pays tott i be better That secession movement is one of Ed Gregorys latest newspaper stories But it is well enough for our lords and masters at the county capital to study the temper of this people Our bridges and roads havent had the attention due them J 1 There are some diabolical Democrats in Congress and some in President Tafts cabinet according to Champ Clark Tho Republican party seems to be taking over all that is good in men and measures I loft in tho good old Democratic partyJJ It is noised around that Judge Moorman will be a candidate for reelection If the Judge should decide to enter the race he will make It mighty hot for the man who beats him Dont forget to renew your subscription you know our rule when time expires Senator Bradley seems to b- or getting in his work Good bye Teddy INDIGESTION ENDSi Misery From Your Disordered Stomach Goes in Five Minutes You can eat anything your stomach I craves without fear of a case of Indigestion or Dyspepsia or that your food will ferment or sour on your stomach if you will aczaaionalty take a little Diapepsin after eating Your meals will taste good and any thing you cat will he digested nothing can ferment or turn into acid or poison or stomach gas which causes Belching lixylncss II feeling of full ness after eating Nausea Indiges tion like a lump if I liiul in stomach Billiousness Heartburn Water bra t Pain in stomach and intestines oNii Other symptoms k Headaches from the stomach aro A absolutely unknown where this effec t tive remedy is used Diapepsin really t does all the work of a healty stomach t k Itdigests yoUr meals when yourstom ach cant Each triangule vill digeSt all the food you can eat and leave nothing to ferment or sour x Get a large j50 cent case of Papes J 4V Dlnpepsin from your druggist and start taking today and by tomorrow yon will actually brag about your healthy strong Stomach for you then can eat anything and everything you want without the slightest discom particleIcarried away without the use of laxatives or any other assistance FancyPricesForhorsesI C Vie Robertson sold two fine combined horses to Owonsboro parties last week at fancy prices Harry Newsom got one at 400 and W L Monarch- one at 350 This shows what good stock and good stockmen are doing for Brcckenridgo The 400 combined gelding was by Darling Denmark No III J v New Church at lilies Run Rev J J Willelt held his regular ser vices at lilies Run church last Sunday He says lie hopes to complete the new church nt that place this spring and summer and he will do it if the members and citizens will give him their aid and kelp Nothingspeaks better for J corn I munity than a good church r ofJ o- M JiaYegtMY NSPi4ffYdnt 6 a0r lTIa0 l101 JIIcIi5lIcIOII11 101 JIIIC o17JI LI 0 An Extraordinary Bargain 9 0 One IS h p Portable Frick Boiler and Engine on steel wheels Light use two years in firstclass condition One Knights No 1 Single Saw Mill complete with one 52 inch saw newly gummed and hammered and one 42 inch saw in firstclass order One good log wagon One 18x24 wall tent good as new All necessary logging and saw mill tools and equipment for saw mill camping Will sell as a whole or separately Price on application We also beg to announce the arrival of our new spring stock of Paints Varnishes Floor Finishes Leads and Oils which having been bought by us before the advance in prices we are able to sell at a lit tle above wholesale prices to the retail trade We also have some bargains in new and second hand gas engines gasoline boats and launches Remember we do all kinds of Foundry and Machine work Boiler and Sheet Iron and Tin workGasoline Boat Work FittingsVrass Goods Grate Bars Guttering Romps Packing Oils Greases Gasoline Etc Etco Estimates and prices on application ill Cloverpprt Foundry and Machine Company ill0 00 IC1I11Q0 1IcIOJIIcIOJI11 10JIII1 10Jill JI 4 A RECJPE Mix This Simple Helpful Recipe at Home and Try ItIAnytyay- pet from any prescription pharma 1 cst Jthe fflllqwing Huid Extract J Dandelion onehalf oimpe Cpmpound I axKrRRztlf ounce 1 poropQHml Syrup thr s ounces Shake well in a bottle and take a fcasnoonf dose aftr each meal I and atbcdtima j The above is considered the most Certain prescription ever written to relieve Backache Kidney Trouble Weak Bladder and all forms of Urinary difllcultics This mixture acts promptly on the eliminative tissues I of the Kidneys enabling them to filter and strain the uric acid and other waste matter from the blood which causes RheumatismISome persons who suitor with the I afflictions may not feel inclined to place much confidence in this simple mixture yet those who have tried it say the results are simply s1rprisinga the relief being effected without the slightest injury to the stomach or other organs Mix some and give it a trial It certainly comes highly recommended It is the prescription of an eminent authority whose entire reputation it Is said was established by it A druggist here at home when ask ed stated that he could either supply the ingredients or mix the prescrip = tion for our readers also recpmmends it as harmlessI J IRVINGTON Miss Rachel Mudd left Thursday for Louisville to be theguest of her sister Miss Iva Mudd foraweek H H Kemper lifts returned from Hardinsburg where hwent on business Mr and Mrs John R Wimp quite informally entertained on Monday evening for Miss Evelyn Herndon and Mr John Waller of Hopkinsville D M Duncan editor of the Meade County Messenger wus in town Thursday G Ni Lyddan bought a fine saddle horse from Brooks Wright of I kron last week Cosideration 256 The Ladies Aid of the Baptist church held an interesting meeting on last Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Henry Head The next meeting will be with the Misses Muiford Mrs F H McGehee and neice Miss I Lena Hensely of Hnrdinsburg will go to Louisville this week for a few daysII shoppingThe of the Baptist church will give an organ recital and sacred con cert on the evening of April 3at the church As they willhave out of town talent watch for program in next weeks paper Mrs Batdwell pf Louisville is ex pected soon to visit Mrs H H Kemper for a few days Mrs L B Morcmon and son Louis Bennett have cdncfuded a visit with Mr and Mrs A foremen at Branden burg Mrs G L Brady kris returned from Louisville where she was the guest of her daughter Mrs Tony McCoy- A new roof is being given to the elevator part of the mill owned by Mr W J Piggott I The merchants of our little city have some very pretty ahd attractive display windows snowing spring goods of tho very latest designs I Mr and Mrs Julias SIpple pleasantly entertained number of friends to a 42 party Thursday evening M J4fJ Nlplp5 UIIflj Ilk J F Claycomb was in the city ThursdayMr B Gardner ofChenault was in town last week shaking hands with old friends The entertainment given at the Public Hall by Prof Frank Allen Peake and little daughter Irene on last Wednesday evening was well attended and enjoyed by all present Prof Peak left Lhursday for an extended trip through the South giving lectures i MJss Mamie McGary of HadLisburg pane Sunday tq he tho guest of Mrs Let Siith fpf a few days I Mrs L H JoNy gae rt musical toi afterII1100nI with the progress of her pupils are makjj ing and they are working hard big musical at the close of tho termII RAYMONDII Ben Stiff and Austin Knott were in last week I Henry Cashman was at Hardinsburg one day last week Miss Bessie Knott has returned from visit to her cousin Virgie Mills of Paynesville Mrs Jess Knott who has been sick for some time is able to be out again Mr and Mrs J F Brown spent last Satuaday and Sunday with her sister Mrs Richard Basham near Lodiburg M D Cashman was at Paynesville last Saturday lOW ONE MAN I SOLD HIS FARM A Minnesota Farmer success fully tries new longdis tance plan of selling FOURTEEN MEN IN SIX DIFFERENT STATES WANT HIS PLACE Makes sale without aid of real estate agent and doesnt pay a cent commission Correspond olcnsclyeence Interested in a recent experience of one of their farmtoown price without thu help of a real estlltc agent and without paying a cent In commission lie could hnvo sold tho farm fourteen times over as he had that number of men after It In tlio coin so of a conversation with yourcorrespondent Mr John saidSttt Yes I sold ray farm without any trot 19 nnd for the benefit of others who desire to sea I dont mind telling you just how It happened 1 had tried nil the usual methods of selllmr that Is by advertising In the local papers and through local real estato Inca and had at out glen up liopfl of being able to sell vrlicn 1 happened to come across tho advertisement of a concern known as Leonard Durbysliirc Incorporated of Rochester N Y who mako a btytlnuKS of Had Inll buyers for anything one wants to sell 1 reZcelvedlent of the Corpuratlon together with a copy of their booklet fully duHcribVnsr a new and upto unto method of ringing buyer and seller to rather Their plan looked good to nioandjjjwit them a description o my farm which they must have sent to buyers ail over tho country because I received no less than fourteen letters from men who wanted cc Iud tlieso letters camo from Iowa Illinois Missis sippi Wisconsin and Nebraska and other Statej outside of Minnesota You can Imagine that with such a demand I had no troulilo In tnaklmr n sale and I sold my farm to a man In Iowa ct my own price nnd what n more to the point 1 rlldnt hllvo to pay aceqt commission to anyone I cannot say too much in favor of the Hochtttcr eonearn and I am delighted with tho treatment they gave mo they did everything for tnothnn they agreed to do and I never would hnvo bee nblo tu sell so quickly without their asslHtunca because It la hard to sail through an agent and oven It an agent does find a buyer you have to pay a largo amount commission flies yster of bringing buyer and seller together originated by Mr I4uonnrd Unrbyshlrc Is the host 1 evrr beard of and ho seems to1 bo able to find buyers wr all kinds of properties no matter whorouw are located Mr St Johns succcsRtn selling his farm wua doe to reading a b pklet issued by Jeonorl Derbyshire inc of Rochester N Y Tint booklet tells of a new and successful ITU bo I finding buyers for farms nod real estate buitiN naes properties autcnubFoypatenU and tj i c Isdtog a pot accept n penny In commission on aals luau by thuir nssistanco Their plan f culllci out the real estate agents has mot with remnrkllblo lnd owners throughout the country nro success aVlIlln fora opportunity to sell quicklyplace which long tlmo re mained in the hands of real estate agents who failed to sell for the reason that the commltlslon which tho hgent placed upon the property killed the sale It Is said that Mr Leonard Derbyshire the president of this concern Is 40lnlr more to assis property owner to sell than nIl tho real wino plent tntcomblnedand anyone tug to of anything lit Rny price aoutd do well to write to Leonard Pllrl shire roaldc t jjePt1201 Rochester Nyriving R brief send tho property for wk and asking him to a free Wal I Vloklet explaining hit new method pf selling- tint 01 ii rJ o tf R1l1li mi1 ljIRVINGTON IITake Your Prescriptions PHARMACY toIIII ITilE ONLY CUTRATE DRUG STORE IN TilE COUNTY I In our prescription work we use only the best drugs we I can buy on the market A few leaders at our Store for the next week II ilorphino Tablets i gr per 100 Gal Tab por 100 35IGum Opium per oz 40 Iilforpbino Sulphate per bottle 0mand S Tablets per 100 35 Milkweed Cream face powder box 25 lllEiNyalsT Powder can 15AI1mDolly Dimple Perfume oz 40 Household Ammonia pt 10 Dr Snoops One Night Cure box 50RiPowers Cigars 3 for 10 KisMo Chewing Gum 2 pkgs for 05 I HEADQUARTERS FOR NYAL REMEDIES III Come in and Price our GoodsYIVfGTONPIIAMACY I ICUTRATE DRUG STORK 1IRVINGTON KENTUCKY II MAIL ORDERS SOLICITEDtq fiMJn Iiw 1111WI II fB O rr1vAP+a J siattralr atllataRss I IDrDBBeelerDENTISTe 327 Fourth Street LOUISVILLE KY WIIIBeIAt OUSTER Monday Tuesday and Wednesday March 22 23 and 24 I ROSETTA Friday and Saturday March 20 and 27 IRVINGTON Monday Tuesday and Wednesday March I 20 30 and 31 bLODIBURG Friday and Saturday April 2 and 3 STEPHENSBORT Tuesday and Wednesday April land 7 UNION STAR Thursday Friday and Saturday April 8 9 and 10 B3iPlcaso remember tile above dates and if you want first class dental work call on him t t I tau Mr and Mrs Clyde Stewart visited her fparents near Gnrfieldlnst week Wm Chappell was in Irvington one day last week Mr nnd Mrs Chester Chappell of Webster visited in this neighborhood last week their first visit since Xmas tJJ t It Saved His Leg = All thought Id lose niyleg JI writes JA Swenson Wntertown Wis Ten years of eczema ibt 15 doctors could not euro had at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salvo cured it sound and well Infallible fog Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheun1DoU- sFeerSoresBurnsScat1s Cuts and Piles 25c fct Severs Drug Store Y- I i A I There Is more Catarrh in tbls section of tho country than nil other diseases put together and until the last tow years was supposed to bo incurublo For 11 great many years doc tors rpronounced It a local disease and pre scribed local remedies and by constantly falling to curo with local treatment pro nounced It Incurable Science has proven catarrh to boa constitutional treatment lulls Catarrh Cure manufactured by P J Cheney tCoToledo Ohio isthu only con stitutional curoon the market It In takeni Internally doses from 10 drops to u tens spoonful It acts directly on tho blood andrmucous surf aces of the system They offer ono hundred dollars for any case It tails tu cure Send for circular and testimonialsJ Address K J Cheney k Co Tofodo Ohio Sold by druggists 75c Take Ilalls Family Pills for constlratlop S bscrib TodayO r- 1I 7 I f illf A Remedy Reliable CATARRHI IFAMBAIMI pItaPthebranoresultingfromto of Catarrh and away a Cold in ItoEi0 FEVERJ4toroBI atDrugglats Ely Brothers CO Warren Street New YorI She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAR 24 1900 PERSONAL AND LOCAL I Robert Pierce spent Sunday here Sam Brown spent Friday in Hawesi ville Ira F Jones was In Webster Sun- dAy 1 I Rev Jenkins has returned to Louisville Allen Pierce will leave soon for Ver lailles Fresh Ohio river fish at the English Kitchen Judges Wills is ill at his homo in the East End Mrs Henry Duncan spent Sunday i LouisvilletMrs J HRoss went to Bartles Thursday Mrs Jesse Keys was at Tar Springs last week Mrs Haynes arrived here from Sample I Monday Beavin Tucker has returned from Tar Springs Mrs B M Currie has been ill for several days Walter May was hero from Owens boro Sunday Mr Ed English is ill at his home I the East End Mr L T Reid is recovering after a months illness Fresh fish received every day At the English Kitchen v Harold Gregory of Louisville is here visiting relatives Mrs Chas Moorman arrived fro VersaillelMonday Mrs Thomas Bohler is ill at her home In the West End Mr and Mrs Frank English Were in tLouisvll1e Monday Mrs Thomas Brown is ill at the Buckby homestead Mr andfeMrs Henry Yeager spent Sunday in Irvington Clyde Sanders spet Sunday in Tob insport withlhis+ parents- T J Brummitt of Evansville was here last week on business The fish you buy from the English Kitchen are fresh and good Mr and Mrs Prince Davis of Louisville are visiting friends here Mrs HoVious Behen and daughter have returned from Hawesville Mrs Joseph Hedden and little daughter have returned from Fordsville Mrs Henry Wendelken who has been ill for several days Is improving Lettuce and green onions new cabbage and celery at TF Sawyers Mrs Tony Nichols and daughter Louise were in Hawesville Saturday Miss Ollie Ri ketts of Louisville spent last week here with her parents Mr McKling of St Louis Mo was the guest of Miss Reba Lewis Sunday Mrs C E Lightfoot and Mrs Wick lD Haven were in Louisville Thursday j Col and Mrs D R Murray and little daughter of Hardinsburg are visiting here r BLOODWe live by our blood and on it We thrive or starve as our 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 mind with continual flow of rich blood This is health When weak in low 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 in it- Bark of the blood is food to keep the blood rich When it fails take SCOTT S EMULSIONIt againman woman and child I I s Send this advertisement together with nameIt Of paPer in which It appears your address c four cents to cover pottage and we will send you a Complete Handy Atlas of the World acorr101YNL4O Fe1it New YorkIy- z ft tc il Y Mrs Manic Moorman is here from I Hardinsburg Mrs Alvin Simons spent Thursda in Louisville last week Mr and Mrs Len Weatherholt were in town Saturday shopping Mr and Mrs Luther tiatterfleld were in Louisville last week Mrs Nathaniel Tucker and sonI Mike spent Thursday in Louisville Mr and Mrs Wm Downier have returned from a visit to their daugh torsk Carlton Robertson oSIdllman spent Saturday here with his sister Mrs BowldsJust received a nlco line of Ladies Misses and children shoes at Conrad SippelsMrs Mollie Dyer Is ill at the home of Mr and Mrs Vernon Conner In th West End Mr Hugh Wood spent Sunday 1 Hopkinsville the guest of Miss BeUieI Lee Smith Mr and Mrs Benton Eubanks and little daughter Alice Cleo are visiting in Frankfort Helmer Bettman shoes always satisfaction Sold by Conrad SippelI the Shoe Man Leave your orders for cut with Chas Fallon agent Nanz Flor ii CoOwensboro Ky Rev Graves of Irvington was the guest of Mr anti iMrs+ AJvin Simons Mondayn I There are several reasons why you should buy your shoes from Conrad Sippel the Shoo Man Mrs Sam Berry and son Paul Ed ward and Miss Virginia Hill were iin Evansville last week Morrison Calhoon dentists Ome downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Mrs Wickliff OeHavcn has returned from Hardinsburg after a visit to Dr and Mrs John Kincheloe I Russell Harris has returned home from Owensboro where he has just completed ajcoursc In book keeping- n Green Beans large 3 Ib can 10 cents large 3 Ib can of Beets 10 cents 3 can good peas 25 cents at T F Sawyers Mr and Mrs John Wendelken and little daughter of Mt Carmel 111 are visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Wendelj j ken Mr and Mrs Frank English and littl returnemd nhome after a two months stay at SkillI manFor this Saturday I will sell you anything in Roofing at cost Felt Paper or Iron Saturday onlyJulian H Brown Mr and Mrs O G Tague and little daughter Beatrice of Ekron were the i guests of Mr and Mrs James Tague at the Cloverport Hotel Sunday ii Mrs A P King of Holt nee Miss McGary and her sister Miss Margaret McGnry of Kirk spent several days i Louisville last week buying spring millinery Dr Bush Cloverport 1st 2nd andI 3rd Mondays and Tuesdays Hard I insburg 4th Monday 3 days Irving ton Thurday and Friday following 4th MondayDr B Moormen and J F Clay comb were in Louisville last week Mr Claycomb is just recovering from a lon spell of sickness Dr Moremen had a specialist examining his case I Vivian Pierce Well Liked i The charity performance given by theI members of the Y M C AwOrkers l will be held Friday Mnrch 26 at 8 p m at the Court house There will be n curtain miser The Pink Tea in which Miss Lutie Smith and Mr Guy Sewardsi twill occupy the center of the stage then follows Jack and the Princess the lead J lag parts taken by Mr Vivian Pierce 1 who is well liked by local patrons and Miss Jesse Turner as Princess Others i in the cast are Mrs Heury Childers J Jr Misses Lutie Smith Margaret HarIIIris Lillian Berryman Marietta and Messrs Oliver Farra Jean Alle Davis Guy Somards E S Woosley and minor characters Rehearsals have been held regularly by the choir of St Johns Episcopal Church for the Cantata which is to be given probabl Good Friday afternoon April 9th at the church Miss Mary Massorbocher as sisted by Gilbert Edwards as organists and Mrs Lindsay South of Frankfort who has drilled the chorus lire very much elated over the rendition which has been liven of the Crucifixion by Stainer The soloists will bo Mrs Keeno Arnold Misses Alice Fieldiji Norris Cassidy and Mrs Herman mar Fan Berry Katherine Bowniur Pearl Smithor and Messrs Moorman I Mosier Kennedy Stone Wooaloy andf others Woodford Sun HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Home Seekers Rat qiii To the West and South West first und third Tuesdays via L H St L II I Reduced rates to California and the = Northwes March 1st to April 30 Regular Homeseokers excursions to the South andBouthwestI on April 6 to 20 May 4 and 18 June 1 nn 1lG July- 6aNdiOAug Z aud i7 Sept Tand 21 aHdOcj Sand 19 V u lII J 1- n NO NEED Opu yA VETERINARY UWe run a Livery Feed and Sale Stable have n city transfer and handle hard and soft coal and consequently we need a good ninny horses say Bedell Bros of Mount Carmel Ill We have used Sloans Liniment and Veterinary Remedies for years and find they give perfect satisfaction As long as Sloans remedies are In our barn we do not needI u veterinary surgeon We are never without them and conscientiously re commend themto all horsemen Colby Bros ot the Mineral City Livery Fort Dodge La writeIb- ave used Sloans Colic Cure Liniment and Fever and Distemper Remedy for sinceehave been using them I have never had a veterinary in my barn and have t1not lost n horse from either colic or distemper and will say that any ma l with ft horse or horses who keeps Sloan n Liniment and Veterinary Remedies i his barn will never have occasion to call a veterinary j sSloans Treatise ion the Horse sent free to any horseman Address Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass iSold a Car Load of Cattle Jarboe Skillman soldaltar load of fine cattle in Louisville Monday at good prices The load averaged 1200 and brought top prices 5 111cents Sale Of Jerseys Beard Bros the enterprising stock dealers and farmers sold the following JakeeLimer 40 one to G A MattlnglyV5 one to Lawrence Berry fa0one to Francis Allen 40 They also sold pair of show mules 4 years old to n Glasscock of McDaniels for the fancy price of it51- 5Leaves For Montana homes Raymond Ky March 22 1909 SpecialMr Ben Stiff who has been visiting friends and relatives here for two months past left Saturday night for his name at Bozeman Mont This was Sis first visit here since he left bedelighted to see his kindred and boy hood friends in Kentucky Hjs friend- hated to See him leave and hope toI have him visif themagain soon I Dont Forget to Subscribe To- dayWirits J r il tWANTED1WNTEDAIOOll woman to do all kindsI priceTllOsWANTED a blacksmith with family a opportunity for tho right man For particulars apply to O L BLACK Ad dlson icy- U1ANTEDSuco ss MAGAZINE requires tho In lirecklnrldge county to look after centring subscriptions and to secure now business by menus of special methods unusually elfcctlvo proposition permanent prefer ono with experience but would consider any applicant with good nat withgcommission option referen ces It O Peacock Room 103 Success IIuRa zlno BldR N Y DOYOUWANTTO OO TO COLLEGE It We have already put hundreds through college by means of our plan Write to day tar Cull Information ro Kardlnj our offer of afrcoscholorshlp In any school or allege Address Robert J Sher lock 2D31 Eost23nd Street New York City WANTED Responstbleraan with horso and buggy In each community salary 500 to 110 00 per lay tape orders from owners of Forms Or clmrds uud 110160 Gardens A splendid op portunitY for farmers eons also fruit true und sowing raachlno agents to mako a busts connection which willI become morn profitable each year Address O Box IW Youngs Island S 0- Farm WantedWish tohenrqulekly fromOwNRIS who will sell DIKKOT TO BUYERS ocaltynNot particularaboutlocutlour OWNERS only need answer who are willing to close their own deal direct Tlth nUYEUwIthoutpaytngany com mission to anyone I am no agent and accept no commission I wish to con withnrtrVOT a so they lan buy direct and save paying a fancy price to some IIltentII I III tM tI 4z FOR RENT FOIt KENT Two splendid rooms In the building suitable for a small bust ness FOR RENT A furnished room in a rust convenient to business port of town and depot Apply ac tho News omceI FOR SALE rBttitOiC FOR SALE COslOQ foot a feet donp w J SOIIOOP BtophonsportKy HENrEnand otllco cooker combined stove torI OU SALE Scholarship m Bowling Croon Onlyorslty Howling Green Ky Ilrock enrldgti News =FOR SALE Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Pure bred Sows and Guilts a Specialty Furnished in Pairs not Relat- edE1PHARBAWAY NO1 v IRVINGTON KY 1- u Single Comb White Leghorns 1From tho very heat strains Excellent Layers Eggs 75o for 15 A HMI iIltITDJAY CLOVERPORtK I BANK O- FCLOVERPORT Incorporated 1003 f Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Safe Sound and- Conservative r I Small nccounts receive the same careful attention as innuppreI f Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT KY H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law KYetiCourtscoupsroad cnses and criminal practice LiensItoDis1rtCiurtsellicoevor W NH1 MUti l Aua UW I EVERYBODY r Getting Busy PlantingtIn the midst of work is the man now who wants his garden to yield the results of his labor Wo have the kind you prefer Potatoes Beans Peas Sweet Corn Onion Sets Tomatoes Cabbage Radishes Beets Etc ThenrH THEHOUSEWIFE- r I r wants her Lawn and Yard to look pretty and she is having put in Blue Grass Sweet Peas Nasturtium Pansy Phlox Zinnia Canna Carrnation Aqeratum Daisies Sunflowers Morn likesfWe Have All Kinds I J C NOLTE BRO ICLOVERPORT IC- YWWiV 4IJM M 111 r1ld a6 t rJ YOU JJHave Yourself toII blame if your Eyes Trouble You Eyes Tested FREE Glasses Guaranteed tSevers Drug Co j I t iiJ Wi01yrlOliiWW J JIEIKEITHSONDealers NNIiWWWBfQ i II IIDear I I Granite IMarbleI i W m Kentuckyaaea w IDR CASPERtAt Cloverport every Wednesday Bud Thurr day lit Dr Lfghttoots Office PUIJtiJ C SALE I III JIiR II8qL rIRiJfov i will offer at Public Sale at my farm near Hardins Mill 3 12 miles South of Cloverport Saturday March 27 1909 s I 190 acres ol Land all my Household and Ktchenrr Furniture Farming Implements Stock c9 conI listing of the following 3 horses 3 cows 19 hogsl mowing machine 1rake 1 disc harrow 1 wheat drill 1 Plano binder 1j twohorse wagon r 1 twohorse cultivator 1 buggy 1 Oliver Chill plow No 20 left hand 1 cutting box and horse power 1 onehorse cultivator 1 jumping shovel 2 double shovels onehalf interest in bailer 1 onehorse turning plow 1set of double tug harness 3 set of plow harness 2 saddles 1 set buggy harness 1 grindstone 1 emery wheel 2 bu stock peas 1 cook stove 2 heating stoves 35 ewes and lambs t y x Vy I I Terms Made Knowo On Date of Sale Chris Auctioneer Ahl John S Warfield ci f a 0 s SM9A idWlVl r1 O t Ha r- Cn it 2MDe4t from womnnd ailments are invited to write to the names and addresses here given for positive proof that Lydia E Pmkhams Vegetable ComPounl does cure female ills 1 f 1 n1f MHUior unmoved Chicago IIIMrs Alvorni Sperling 11 Lang f StreotfMr May Fry Klniloy ICuns Mrs Stella IlfforJ Itonmnn SeotI N1lrLi S J Birbor noughtotCnoinnatl0JIreWlfifouah7EastvlotrAv Mlhviiikeo WUKiMra JJmma liuso 833 1st 1BtOrman 11ChanRa of Tlfe bouth Bond Itu1lrJ Fred Cortta IOU S Lafayetto Street Noah Kentucky Mrs Ilzzlo Holland Drook old MoMre Sarah Ijuslgiiont 201 8 Market St lat rsonJNJ 3Us Wm SomcrTlll 105 f Avenue2hlladelr K E Garrett 2101 North Qaniot Street t 1111IQri1ronbleel Cote 117 Southgate Street IndIRonapollsInd1lrs A P Anderson 1207 K Pratt Street Dig Hun PaMra W E Pooler Atwator Station Olra Anton Muelhaupt Cincinnati Ohio Mrs E H Jloddocks 2135 Gilbert Avenue Mozadoro Ohio Mrs Lee Mangos Box 131 Dewlttvllle KVMn A A Gllei Johnstown NYMrs Isomer N Seaman 103 E Main Street BnrtonTlew ItMn Peter Langenbahn Avoid Operations Ham sed MdMra Jos IL Dandy Adrian qaLona V Henry Route No3 2J South Addison as 1 eetDcasloPiper LoulsTllleKy Mri Sum LeeSsB fourth St South West Harbor MnlnoMrs Lillian Jlobblns Mt Desert Light Station Detroit MichMre Frieda Koeonau CM Moldrum Avenue German I Organic Displacement toiler HUMrs Mary Ball jagpnler IndMrs lllza Wood RFD No4 Melbourne Iowa Mrs Clara Waterman- nIt F D No1 XJardstown Jy3Ir Joseph Hall Lewlston lalno31rs Henry Cloutier f IOxford Stroet- 1I1nnMpolls Minn Mrs John O Moldan 2115 Second Street N Shamrock Mo Joilo Ham RFD No1 Box 22 Marlton NJMrs Goo Jordy Route No3 Box 40 Chester Arklrs Ella Wood Oollla GaMrs T A CrIbb Pendloton IndMrs May MarahallRR44 Y b JI N Ill e ioaInnn thousands living Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound female diseases received for the advertisement will that should because may do suffering Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound honest medicine that statements advertisements I 1 EDUCATIONAL COLUMN jf S By County Supt Joel H fi1 S Pile Hartllnsburjr Ky ftl 8 m r9r r 3risT DANIEL BOONE ALLEN Boone Allen is one the countys most enterprising He is in the State Normal working toward the possession of a certificate Mr Allenstwo terms as teacher at Sand Knob have been successfully conducted h left for Bowling Green a short tam ago three of pupils accompanied liim in order to prepare themselves for the work of teaching in the pub lic schpols man who so teaches that he inspires to go to greatt er things is doing a work grows with the years and usefulness never ends His experience and scholarship broadening and deepening Mr Allen prefers this to teach where will assisted thus letting him have charge of the upper three or grades when opportunity will be increased doing the most effective workSomeone of that employ two teachers will be to secure him us principal is qual1 fled to vocal music which I Will give if rctiiiivd to his school Characteristic oi him is the little incident of two or three years ago when he saw the inconsistency of a teachers instructing against the tobacco while going on 1 it himself Mr Allen at once quit the the weed and set aside tobacco money for the purchase ofII- a good One man do 1 is a dozen theorize and hone way by precept and k k +y I i n n e Ooshcn Ala MrsW T Dalton Route No3 lUllyt4cOgdenAVla1 MlchMr Hurt Loyd HFDFlushing caro of D A SanUorn Coffoovlllo lniasJiro S1 Jones Cincinnati OhloMrs Flora Ahr 1362 Emit Street Cleveland Ohio Mill Llzzlo Stelgor C310 Fleet Avenue SliWlllyvJJeln MaggloEsterRFDl yersburgrantMrs LUll Milliard Itlt L JlnyUoW VaMr Mymo WlndlQ IrrcffuliirltrirorrlnIlMrS Winchester JlIIllra1fay Deal Dyer IiulMrs Wm Oborloh It F D No 1 Baltimore W S Ford 1033 Eoxbury Street MassMn Street Francis Merkle13 LanaII CUrksdrlo MoMiss Anna Wallace OhloMrs Ella Michael RFD 3 DaytondhloMrs Ida Halo Box 23 National Military Home Lebanon PaMrs Harry L Rtttle 233 man Street Minnie nan DetrottMlcht Mr Louise Jung332Chcstnnt 8tt Ovarian Trouble Vlneennes IndMrs Syl B Jerauld COS N Tenth Street Gardiner Maine Mrs S A R IT DNo14 Box 39 Phlladellhlliltjlra Ohai Boon 2407 N Garnet Street riattsburgMlssMlBsVornaVJlkesTlFDlIVnmlo Vfilllrnantlc ConuMw Etta Donovan Box 209- Woodsldo IdahoMrs tlachel Johnson Uockland Mrs Young 0 Col umbla Scottvlllo MIchMrsJtJohnsonRFD3 Dayton OhlpMM V R Smith 431 Elm St Erie Pl Mr J 1lndlich R F n No7 Beaver Falls PaMrs W P Boyd 2109 Seventh Avenue Falrchanco Pafirs T A Dunham Box 152 Hunter PaMrs Mary Jane Shatto Earl PaMrs Augustus Lyon RFD 2 Vienna W Valire Emma Wheaton Nervous Prostration Ornnogo MoMrs Mao MoKnlght Camden NJMrs Tllllo Waters 451 Liber ty Street Joseph Oregon Mm Alice Huffman Philadelphia Pa Mrs John Johnston 210 Siegel Stree- tChristianaTennMrs Mary Wood RFD No3- reeos TexasMrs Adl1 Young Eggleston- llroOraaltovillo Vt Baralny Da n o CambriThose women are only a few of of witnesses of the powor of to cure Not one of these women ever compensation in any form use of their names in this but are ing we refer to them of the good they other women to prove that is a reliable and and the made in our regarding its merit are the truth and nothing but the truth Edited 7 of young teachers again life a When his The others that his year he be four his for our schools fortunate He teach he use of using use of his books who will worth who will another y0K JIdMrs downo Leh Sykes Williams Maine Will Avenue Fort East ChfLA ILF by example The real teachers ex ample is right AN INTERNATIONAL GIVEN In order to call attention to the May examination and to encourage all eligible pupils to pass thus qual ifying themselves for admission to the county ugh School in September where they have free tuition for the four years course it has been thought well to offer two prizes to the ones making the highest general average To the one who makes the highest general average a copy of the latest edition of the International Diction ary will be given This is the great est single volume that could be pre sented to the general student and is a treasure of information throughout a life time To the one whose general average divided by his age gives the largest quotient a prize of g5 in gold will be given Age will be rekoned to near est birthday either backward or for ward The one who gets first prize is not eligible to compete for this This latter offer is specially favor able to the youngest applicant able to take the examination These offers are open only to people of school age who reside in Brecken ridge county No one who is a teacher or who is to take examination for teachers certlf kate this year will be allowed to corn pete for these prizes 000 WINNEReThe following are the answers to the History rhyme published two weeks ago 1 Beiijlman Franklin 2 John C Fremont 3 Columbus 4 John Brown 5 Capt John Smith I Abraham Lincoln 7 Elias Howe 8 Cyrus W Field IO Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis 10 Miles Standish See courtship of Miles Standish 11 Pocahontas 12 Roger Williams 13 King Philip 14 John Eliot 15 Peter Stuyvesant 1G George Whitcfield 17 Wolfe and Montcjilm 18 Captain Kldd lU Capt John Ericsson 20 Paul Revere and William Dawes 21 Robert Morris 22 Abagial Adams wife of Johnl Adams 23 Aaron Burr 24 Mad Anthony Wayne No perfect list of answers was rc ceived though Miss Helen Whitting hill of Glendeane missed but one inputting I Isaac Shelby for Christopher Columbus Miss Whittinghill is ac cordingly awarded the prize If Miss Whittinghill has a bit of history con 1nectlng1 Miss E Gertrude Allen of Kkron j sends a beautiful list almost as per- fectfisthe winning one but her subIstitution fIlL211 zorJolmBrnwnj cannot be accepted because Lopez was arroteriinstead Of hanged A careless substitution of Silas for Elias Howe prevents her trying with the winner All the lists received were neatly written and arc a credit to the con testants Another prize will be offered J soon for other work Kills WouldBe Slayer A merclle s 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 that invites appendicitis curing Consti pation Biliousness Chills Malaria Headache and Indigestion 25c at Severs Drug Storo I j John Gaynor htissing John H Gaynor lone of the four Hancock county citizens who voted to acquit James H Parrish when he was on trial at Hawesville last Decem ber is strangely missing Gaynor ac cording to statements made in a letter to his wife which was received Tuesday j morning iis due to be in the bottom of the Ohio river j IihisIi life and as he can not quit drinking he has decided to end his life He said that his body would be found at the bottom of the Ohio river The letter was written at the railroad shops at Howell Ind Gaynor has been away from home for two weeksIGaynor gained fame by being a member of the Parrish jury and further t fame when he voted to acquit the l former banker of the criminal charges against him He was employed by J V Stimson to furnish logs to a saw in Hancock county mmII Citizens of Lewisport state that nor did not seem to be in financial GayII ble during the past few weeks known that he recently paid off a grocery bill of about f50 at Lewisport- It is said that Gaynor had very littleIto say concerning the Parrish trial he returned to Lewisport but that itIdid not worry him to any extent Gaynor Is a brother of Henry Gaynor who was recently forced to resign from the Owensboro fire department and who was sent to the workhouse on TuesdayOwensboro Messenger LATnnA body supposed to be that of John Gaynor was found on the Ken tucky bank about half way between Evansville and Henderson The reced ing water left the body on shore Wormology should be studied by every parent If your child is nervous fretful starts fn Its sleep Is pasty faced pas rings under its eyes always seems hungry is net gaining weight you can be sure the trouble is worms Whites Cream Vermifuge is an 1 absolute cure for worms Is its own purgative Bold by A B Fisher SHIPS 1000000 HARES Maine is shipping 1000000 hares every year and eating 1000000 more and yet the supply is said to be in creasing every year These hares are shipped in barrels to the Boston New York and other markets The season for snaring begins with the fall of the I leaves in October and the caught constantly increases numberII snow gets soft under the sun March Half the quantity sent ofI of the State go to western where they are a popular citiesI stews or potted in rabbit pies the strange part of the harecatching industry is that the average price the hunters receive is 5 cents a head for every hare caught packed and de livered at the railroad York Herald stationNewI A Swollen Jaw is not pleasant Whether its caused by neuralgiaI toothache or accident Ballards Snow Liniment will reduce th swelling and relieve the pain The great and sure cure for rheuma- tIsm oats burns bruises Scaldsany and all aches and pains Sold by A R Fisher Your Town More towns die for want of confidence publicspiritIng editorial When a man In search of a home or business location goes into a town bud finds everything brim full of hope and enthusiasm of the prospects of the place and all earnestly at work to build it up ho soon becomes imbued with the same spirit and as a result he drives down stakes and goes to work with the same interest When how ever he goes to a town where every body expresses doubt and apprehension for the future prosperity of the place moping about and indulging In mourn ful complaints he naturally feels that it is no place for him and he at once shakes the dust from his feet whilo he pulls out with all possible speed for some other place Consequently try to make a live enterprising town out or the town in which you live When you are working fpr your town you are accomplishing all the more for yourself U w Ii The Bank of Hardinsburg aid Trust Company =B F BEARD DIRECTORS President Capital 50000 Morris Eskridgo M II BEARD G W Beard Surplus and Un= RichardsonCashiontdivided Profits Dr A lIGnchcloo- PAUL COMPTON C V Robertson Assistant Cashier 1100000B h Beard a Pays 3 per cent on time depositsno more Three per cent is as much as the best banks in this state pay and as mush as any safely managed paytI as9- M I JERSEYS FORe g r IWe have jjust bought a car of Jersey Cows at Eminence I Ky We can supply any want Write at once wl or come and see Also 50 good breeding ewes and II their a1sso have a few horses and mules some of them VERY cheap We also have 5or 6 2 yearold colts and fillies Let us know what you want at once Respectfull- yII I BEARD BROS Hardinsburg Ky I I I nDnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn B IF YOU ARE A FARMER YOU NEED o 8 The American Farm Review and R Digest of the AgriculturalPress DoItcontains the cream of everything published in every other farm paper countryol ng been seeking LIIItemployes the largest editorial force ever organized by a farm paper Believing that the wideawake and uptodate farmer will appreciate such a publication The AMERICAN FARM REVIEW we have for the benefit of our readers contractedI Iaswith the publisher for a limited number of yearly subscriptions to The AMERICAN FARM REVIEW to be offered in connection with a new or renewal subscription to this newspaper HERE IS OUR OFFER I ot fV For 100 we will send the Breckenridge sPewsand r The American Farm Review one year j HSend your orders to m The Breckenridge News Kentucky8rnrnrnoDDITJODDOOOrnOODJO MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL The revival oflAIda Verdis famous masterpiece is to be one of the many features of the May Music Festival which will be given May 0 7 and 8 at the FirstRegiment Armory in Louisville The Opera will be sung in its con cert form but much of the dramatic vigor of the worjc will be retained as grandopera stars will fill the leading roles Walter Damrosch will direct the production and his New York Symphony Orchestraand the Louis vile chorus of 150 will provide the orchestral and choral features assuring an impressive rendition of the Italian classic Lovers of good health should prevent sickness instead of letting themselves got sick and then try to cure it So long aa you keep your liver bowels and stom ach in a healthy and active condition you wont get sick Ballards Herbjn relieves constipation inactive liverand all Btomacn and bowel troubles Of told by A B i Isner t The Lurid Glow Of Doom was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son of H M Adams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had tor five years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors who said the poisoned blood had affected his lungs and nothing could save him But writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters com pletely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Elec trio Bitters is supreme Only 5o6 Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Allaying His Fears The Now Convict Say old man Im likely to ffo stomping around my bou doir at all hours of the night Im a eleepwulker It worries mo terribly too GuardIt neednt in this hotel for there Isnt tine slghtest danger of tour walking out of a window Puck o A Torn T A Bean theTheKind YOU llara A iYSB8 fi 8ignatntoG- N N ILSEEOS 1 IGuaranleodtClI IFORt 1 5 L 1 ptl CO na FAMOUSTOOlato S IptaarIWrowler plljrlnteultadUh 1r OLLECiioNII 1 ph Frarrowteed abhor Iiplir Fuller ton lart Left 1AlIa1 rUn Writ toJ end rteoatbhrpbeiIrj n atttether nlthour Norf in1rhe tuJ m + niiin tiw irvi Sl it I 1361 itoo St11r Not Out of Danger rs Wiggles I hear Bjenks has been very 111 Is ho out of hanger yet WagglesWell hes convalescent but ho wont be out of danger until that I pretty nurse who has been taking care of him liars gone away Life OA1OaX v IIaNt1M Y Have Always 9- 91gaNwe a i tlII 4yKa111r- a now IKILLED CHIEF YLLOWDANDBY nWMTRHE TALES OP TBE PLAINS copvniaKTioosar WILLIAM rcome AIL SHERIDAN I cENUAL this campaign so of the nrmy j i would leave several points ahd with various objects to be nccom plidhcd while the oycnttml objective r was to concentrate and corral with a cordon strong enough to crush forever the rower of the northern Sioux an1 Cheyennes and their allies Expedil tions under Major General George A y Crook General Wesley Merrltt arJ Major General Eugene A Carr started from different points but with active relations In cutting off the southern Indians especially the Ogallala and Brule Sioux antI the Chcycnues from joining en masse with Sitting Bull or to obstruct und prevent any junction of tho northern Sioux with them as such junction would have given them a strength almost equal to the army TCrad many times larger than the forces In that section of the country These three commandcrs will always stand in the front rank of our most expert i enced soldiers In the civil war and es peclally in Indian warfare had graduated at both games and had on their rosters of officers men destined to lie come equally famous and successful Merrltts command worked successfully and had many skirmishes finally cutting the main body of the Indians off and driving them back to their agency southward while driving back the porthcrn Indians coming south On July 1C while I was scouting for information General Merritt ascer wined through Paymaster afterward General Stanton that 800 hostile Cheycnnes fully equipped for the war path had started to join Sitting Dull These savage horsemen probably tho best In the world would have n start of sixty miles If Merritt pushed to the agency to make certain of their Inten tion and tl en pursued them He did nothing of the kind As we had been retracing our steps they felt pcrfcctl secureso much so that the white chief they thought could not double on his tracks and cut them off before they reached the timber fringe of th Cheyenne This they could not imag ine for one minute and Merritt had to plan n ride that would test to the utmost tho possibilities of man and horse to overcome the advantage they had of him To discomfit these scien tific fighters he had to ride clear circletthey a do it without being discovered bring every horse and man to the battle front In good condition as with seven companies rf cavalry that were avalla ble they outnumbered him two to one and by leaving the wagon trains and impedimenta behind men and horses i would have short rations It wns an adventurous ride worthy of extended comment and the old Indian trail was found The Indians had not F They were an astonlslicd lot of redskins passed yet and dust covered and weary at 3 a m of the 17th of July tho command to unsaddle was given on the banks of Hat creek across the Indian front with the Cheypnnes in Camp not ten miles away WQ had qutraced anti were then ahead of them having mndo one of the most remarka blerldosln cayalry armals t WS Bu- yFURS ldliera and Wwl Fcttn Tallow BeMtrax CIiea- f GeUeaSeaUYefiowRooO Mar Apple is WlWClaaeretc We an dealers ttUtJxd fa 1856olYIfceBlllria LouMTiBe udCUI liebelter for you Uau agentr or rrmmmo tncrdiintt Refuse any Bulk In LoiiHnle Writ tee weelljr Pprimliaeed iliptui Ug Me Sabal Sens tl 2KB I Market StLeUtlivILLE KY 4 r sa- AJ I J 1 1 I n t Wo had como scvontyflvo miles In twentyfour hours and were ready nt daybreak nid the Cheyenncs appeared Blmtiltniirnusly They were nn astonished lot of redskins nnd here occur red whnt Is known na the battle of Wnr Bonnet Creek It was In this engagement that fate allotted to me the duty to moot personally and successfully the war chief Yellow Hand A matter of detail that I well remember the chief yelled to me Come on come on White Long ham Coon coon PfiUnIIeIIasKal in Cheyenne We both Ural simultaneously my first bullet going through the chiefa leg antI entering the body of his horse Ills bullet glanced on my sad die and my horse stumbled in a prai rie dog hole but I landed on my feet Kneeling quickly I put n bullet through the head of his horse coming on at speed Thus we were both afoot antI In close proximity mho story is better told In the press dls patches of that day and by Lieutenant now General Charles King In his book Campaigning With Crook The dates and arrIval of these dls patches will show how Isolated was the country antI the length of time it took to communicate with the past The Indian Wnr Details of Colonel Mcrrltts Charge on the Chey ennesA Short Struggle Tho Indians Utterly Surprised Rush Back In Disorder Tho Latest From General Crooks Army Fort Laramie July 22 1870 At noon on Saturday the 15th Inst the Fifth cavalry under General Mer rltt were bivouacked on Rawhide creek eighteen miles from Fort Laramie to which point they were ordered in from the Cheyenne river 100 miles north en route to join Crook A cou rier suddenly appeared from tho agency with dispatches stating that 800 Chey ennes were making preparation to leave for the northwest to Join Sitting Bull that he was to throw himself across their line of march in time to Intercept them and Merritt had to make eighty miles before they coqld make thirty but off he went and Sunday night found him with seven companies hiding under the bluffs on War Bonnet or Hat Creek square up to their front At daybreak Monday morning Lieu tenant King commanding the outposts to the southeast sent word that the war parties were coming over tho ridge from the reservation Joining him at the advanced post General Merritt found the report correct The com mand noiselessly mounted and was massed under the bluffs a quarter of a mllo to the rear and out of sight of the IndiansAt same time the wagon train under Lieutenant W T Hall gow Brigadier General Hall was some six miles off to the southwest slowly ap pronchlng and tho Indians were close ly watching but keeping concealed from the view of Its guard The two companies of Infantry with him were riding in the wagons At 0 oclocl the Indians were swarming nil along the ridge to the southeast some three miles away Suddenly n party of eight or ten warriors came dashing lawn u ravine that led directly under the hill where Lieutenant King and his six men were watching The object wns as suddenly nppnr cnt Two horsemen unconscious of the proximity of the foe hnd ventured out ahead of the train nnd were mak- Ing rapidly for the creek They were couriers with dispatches for the com mand Tho Indians utterly Ignorant of the rapid move of the Fifth were simply bent on Jumping the couriers and getting their scalps Buffalo Bill chief of tho scouts Iny on the will with King and instantly sprang to hls horso down off tho hill All keep out of sight said the general Mount now antI when the word Is given off with you I Then turning to the officer of the picket ho said Watch them King Give the wore when you are ready Crouching behind the little butte Bill and his party of two scouts nnd six soldiers were breathlessly wait ing Halfway up were the general and his stag The lieutenant lay at the crest watching the rapidly advancing foe Down they came nearer and nearer the sun flashing from their brilliantly painted bodies and their pol- Ished ornaments Then Just as they ware dashing by the front of the hill King shouts Now lads In with you I General Merritt sprang up to see tho attack Just ns a tall Indian reeled In his saddle shot by Corporal Wilkin son of K company An answering bul let whistled by the generals head just when King still on watch sung out Hero they come by dozens The reserve Indians como swarming dow the ridge to tho rescue Company F was instantly ordered to the frost but before it appeared from behind t1 bluff tho Indians emboldened by frush of their friends to the renr turned 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a born nfllicteu with weak kidneys the the depend kidney step unpleasanttroublekidneys remedyThedruggists uoRw4Including monial letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr adtIressBinghamton kneeling and taking deliberate mm sent n bullrH through the chiefs leg and Into his horse Down went the two and before his friends could reach him n second shot from Bills rifle laid the redskin low On came the others bent on anni hilating the little band that opposed them when to their amazement a long blue line popped up In their way and K company with Colonel Mason at Its head dashed at them Leaving their dead the Cheyennes scattered back helter skelter for the ridge but their lire was wild and their stand a short one Company after company tIc touched from behlud the bluff und utterly disheartened the Indians rushed for the reservation leaving behind all their provisions General Merritt pur sued them until night when the whole command went Into camp at the agency The Indians left their dead and ad mit having more wounded They lost six ponies Their friends at Red Cloud say they never dreamed that the Fifth cavalry could get there in time to head them off The regiment sustained no loss It arrived at Laramie yesterday and leaves for Crooks command tomor rowThe above is from the New York Herald Sunday July 23 1870 From Captain Charles Kings Cam paigning With Crook published In 1800 By Jove general says Buffalo Bill sliding backward down the hill nows our chance Let the party mount here out of sight and well cut these fellows oft Come down here every man of you Glancing behind me I saw Cody Talt and Chips with five cavalrymen eagerly bending forward In their sad dles grasping carbine and rifle every eye bent upon me watching for tesignal Not a man but myself knovs how near toy arc Thats right close In you bCbgnrsl Ten seconds more and you are on them A hundred and twenty five yards a hundredninety- Now lads In with yen Theres a rush n wild ringing cheer then bang bang bang and In a cloud of dust Cody ana his men tumble In among them Buffalo Bill closing on a superbly accoutered warrior It is the work of a minute the Indian has fired and missed Codys bullet tears through the riders leg Into the ponys heart and they tumble In a confused heap on the prairie The Cheyenne struggles to his feet for an other shot but Codys second bull t hits the mark It is now close quar ters knife and knife After a hand to hand struggle Cody wins nnd the young chief Yellow Hand drops life less in his tracks after a hot fight Baffled and astounded for once In a lifetime beaten at their own game their project of Joining Sitting Bull nipped in the bud they take hurried flight But our chief is satisfied Bui falo Bill Is radiant His arc the hon ors of the day General Cook commanding the do partment who had started early in spring was up in the north and had fought the same Indians who after ward destroyed General Ousters com mandHe fought thorn In the battle of the Rosebud on the 17th of May This was a very indecisive contest practt I cnlly a severe check to him compel I ling him to take up permanent camp on the Big Goose creek where Sheri dan Wyo now stands and there await reenforcements General Sheridan ordered Generals Merritt and Carr with tho Fifth cav airy to mane forced marches to join IGoosccreckI as chief of scouts and guide and wo had been operating in northwestern Nebraska and the southern part of Dakota to keep the Indians from tho Red Cloud and Spotted Iran agencies from going north to join the hostiles under Sitting Bull I1ht best known pills and the best pills uuilt are DnWItta Little Early RiHrx Thftv nrl smell easy to take g ptU unilI certain and are sold by All Druggists r r i 1 It- A r SERMON TOIBUSINESS MEN Delivered By Dr Frederick Ed wards At Board Of Trade Noon Aleeting Kroui the Evening Post That a man finds his life in the thing he espouses antI that it docs not matter what that thing is so that it is decent r and capable of touching and Interpret ing the universal interests of manthIs thought was tile keynote of a strong ser i mon delivered at the Board of Trade J Lenten service at noon by Dr Frederick j Edwards recor of St James Episcopal y church of Milwaukee Dr Edwards J sermon was heard with interest and ap preciation by many business men Y Dr Edwards text was the words of j Christ at the age of twelve How is it j that ye sought me Wist ye not that I 5 must be about my Fathers business In the beginning of his remarks Dr k Edwards spoke of the pleasure and Y j satisfaction of the man who sees in his j son at an early age an inclination to ward the occupation he wishes to take up when he becomes older A father is glad of this he stated because it indi cates to him that his son is developing individual traits and that life is increas ingly demanding specialization in 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