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ITHEERECKENR1DUENEWS t 1 i f ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT t VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 31 1909 S Pa eti yt 38l I PLANT A TREE NEXT FRIDAY= == I MRS HENDERSON IS DEAD I lovely Woman Dies At The Horn t t Of Her Daughter In Irving- ton p Friday Morning i SURVIVED BY FOUR CHILDREN On Friday morning near the noo hour Mrs Nannie Henderson widow J of Mr Peyton Henderson quietly breathed her last She had been very frail since she suffered a stroke of paralysis about two years ago bu i exi on an haustion or brief suffering She had been cheerful and engaged T in bright conversation with friends and loved ones on Tuesday afternoon + so that her going away was unexpected She was greatly beloved for her rare sweetness ofcharacter and her keen intelligence She was a New f Englandwoman bred in Vermont and came to Kentucky many years ago with two sisters She was a teacher of great ability who loved t her work During her last days the past winter she has taken great de light in teaching her little granddaughter The childs progress wasr source of much pleasure to her She was in her seventythird year She had made her home with her daugh II ter Mrs Nora Board for some years Her surviving children are Ernest Henderson Mrs Nora Board Irving- tonf Mrs Hugh Conley Birmingham t s Ala and Mr Richard Henderson of 1 1Boston SIMPLE i Directions To Prepare Simple Yetl Remarkable Home Mixture A wellknown authority on Rheumatism l gives the following valuable 1 I though simple and harmless prescript tion which any one can easily pre pare at home F onehalFf Ii Compound Syrup Sarsaparllla three J ouncesMix by shaking well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful after each meal1 and at bedtime He states that the Ingredients call be obtained from any good prescrip 4tionpharmacy at small cost and being of vegetable extraction are harmless I to take This pleasant mixture if taken reg ularly for a few days is said to overcome almost any case of Rheumatism The pain and swelling if any dimin ishes with each dose until permanent results are obtained and without in r juring the stomach While there ar C many socalled Rheumatism remedies l patent medecines etc some of which t do give relief few really give perma t pent results and the above willno I byIInquiry at the drug stores of neighborhood elicits the informationI that these drugs are harmless and can- tt rbebought separately orthe druggists here will mix the prescription for our readets if asked to v r STEPHENSPORT Ask your grocer for BEST lour Rev V R Hoberts conducted the funeral of John Agnew Thursday Mr Agnew was eightyfive years of age His remains were layed to rest In the Agnew cemetery near his old home There Is still quite a lot bf sickness- In town Dally Beard of Had nsburg wasI In town Saturday nMrs W G Butler and two daughters of Vest View were guests of Rev and Mrs Roberts Saturday and Sunday tMrs R S Sklllman Is doing as well as could be expected after undergoing an operation last week Mrs R A Smith Is able to be up again after several days Illness Mrs Hensley of Hardinsburg was called here last week to the bedside of her sister Mrs R S Sklllman Johnson Stiles and son Austin re turned last week from Virginia K S Sklllman has sold his grocery store to K B Blaine- S H Dix Is able to be out again after several days Illness Mrs E F Fox is quite sick at this writing Mrs J W French and Mrs Clayton Orosson spent the day on Orchard- a H Friday the guests of Mrs P D HawkinsI I IMrs Abe Skillman and son of West I I Point were the guests of Mr and Mrs R S Sklllman Saturday and Sunday Moorman Ditto of Hardinsburg was IfIn town Saturday Thomas Smith was at West BadenII Springs and Tell pity last business Miss Louise Babbage TaKing A Vacation Miss A Louise Babbage is at home from the News office for a several weeks yacation Please telephone your news Items to the office or give I i them to Mr Louie Dltzcnbach the local reporter Model Citizen And Good Officer In announcing Hon Jas R Higdon as a candidate for reelection to the office of County Attorney we can very heartily saythat he has at all times- n guarded the very best interests of the county and thrown all af his vim and ability into the prosecution of the evil doers Certainly he is better equipped now to fill the place than he ever was before No man can say j that he has not been vigilant and attentive to business No one will urge that he is not deserving He is a model citizen and a good officer and I if he is reelected he will continue at- c his post with the same fidelity that has characterized his tenure of office Hancock Clarion Tobocco Sales isJ W Keys Lodiburg sold 3 hhds dark tobacco in Louisville last week at 430 495 585 and 505 Mr Keys had good tobacco but he missedl it he says in not selling early W k n = a 1Ii1 1 Big Bargains in Mules I I have a number of good mules that I want i to close out in the next few days at reduced prices If you need mules comes quick i III H 3 year old broke Ir pair aged m mulesIII V 1 pair heavy 1 2400 FII1 A few farm mares and horsesIAll Bargains s n C V ROBERTSON Hardinsburg and Glendeane J W 1t II etlrl nn 1 cr I iMo SOCIETY NOTES Dinner Party Mr and Mrs Wickliffe Merman gave n six oclock dinner Saturday evening In honor of Mrs Chas Moorman o Versailles Among the guests were D Mr and Mrs Frank Payne Miss Anne Creushaw Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer 000- Extensively Entertained Gen and Mrs David R Murray and attractive little daughter Miss Mil dred Murray have returned to their home in Hardinsburg Lifter a delightful visit to Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry While here they were beautifully en tertained by Mr and Mrs Foster Hey ser Mr and Mrs D H Severs Dr and Mrs F L Lightfoot Mr and Mrs Chas Kiel and Miss Jane Hambleton 000 For Mrs Reynolds Miss Mayme DeHaven entertained at Fortytwo Friday afternoon from 3 to 6 oclock complimentary to her guest Mrs Reynolds of Greenville who left yesterday for Owensboro Miss De Haven also Issued invitations to a num ber of friends to meet Mrs Reynolds Saturday afternoon but on account of the sudden illness of Miss DeHavens mother the reception was called off Mrs DeHaven is improving 000 How Old Is Anne Miss Anne Crenshaw celebrated her birthday Saturday afternoon at the hoBe of Mrs Frank Payne A de licious three course luncheon was served by Mrs Payne and Mrs Leon Mc Gavock who acted as maids in a most pleasing way The guests were Miss Lula M Severs Miss Ray L Heyser and Miss A Louise Babbage 000 Ah Kid You Will NeverKnow Mr and Mrs Foster Heyser gave an elegant dinner party Sunday in cele bratitfn of the anniversary of the birth day of Miss Ray Lewis Heyser Plates were laid for six Should one ask now many candles were burned on this oc casion the guests would probably givei for an answer Miss Heysers charac teristic little saying Ah Kid you will never know 000 Skidoo Monday evening Miss Lula Margaret Severs was given a pleasant dinner party at the home of Mr and Mrs D H Severs in honor of the anniversary of her birthday 000 Girls Club Mrs Ira Behen will entertain theI girls club this afternoon 000 Auction Sale Social Epworth League members are cor dially invited to the Auction Sale Social tomorrow evening in the parlors of theI Methodist Church Preparations are being made for a large crowd and each one Is requested to bring an article well wrapped for the sale There will be noI charges at the social 000 Mr and Mrs H L Stader gave an all day dinner party for their nephew David Owen Hall Among the guests were J T Lewis and Louise Lewis A Handsome Present Mr W I Taul was pleased after he settled up with Mr Neilsen who pre sented him with a handsome gold watch The watch was given in appreciation of three yenrs faithful services Mr T ml says he has beenl treated fine since he went to work for him and it was just like leaving home when he left tne Springs Mr Taull has gone bick to his farm which he will attend this Spring and Summer Doing Good Business I stationagentGeo B Cox and mer chant at Mystic was in Louisville lwst week buying goods He says business is good Memorial Service A memorial service was held in the Methodist churcit Sunday night in memory of the late J sper Dyer The service were conduffell by Rev 11 M llrgelcngreg P 2 k 4 41v nr GARFIELD Ask your grocer for BEST flour Mrs II B Head and daughter Virginlaof Irvington were In Gar Held attending the Missionary Society Wednesday afternoon Messrs M P Compton Tom Gre gory V W Smith W T Dowell D Dowell and Wallace Brown were In Ekron one day last week Mr and Mrs Aaron Haynes were In town Friday shopping- Dr J W MeadoU of Custer re turned home Friday from Louisville Rev J W Breer and wife passed through town Friday on their way home from Constantine where they have been to see Mrs Breers mother who is very ill Luther Marr of Custer was In town FridayMiss Maude Bullock has lagrippe at this writing i Mr J D Babbage of Cloverport was in town last Saturday Mr Forrest Haynes of Owensboro- was In Garfield Monday and Tuesday Miss Mary Leigh Gregory who has had lagrippe is improving slowly Lawrence Tabor left Saturday for LouisvilleMrs Butler was In town Saturday shopping The F E 0 U of A met Satur day at Mr W T Dowells C S Board Is Improving slowly Mr Houston Legrand and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W TDowellMr MrsD D Dowell spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Taylor DowellLittle Beulah Bruner Is spending a few days with her aunt Mrs Erman Meadow We have quite an interesting young peoples meeting at the Cumberland Presbyterian church and jggijnlen did Sunday school and Missionary society Mr and Mrs Charlie Dowell spent nday with Mrs Bettle McCoy whoI is in very bad health John Berry of Ouster spent Sun day in Garfield The death angle visited Mr and Mrs Nat Whitwonh Monday morn ing and took away their youngest child Keneth Burton Arrested Saturday George Gracy was arrested Saturday by Marshal DeHaveu on charge ofr stealing several dollars from Noltesi store 1riduy night He has been placedI in jail to await his examining triall in police court which will not be untill JuJge Wills is able to hold it STOMACH DISTRESS And Al Misery From Indigestion Vanishes Five Minutes Later Every family here ought to keepI some Diapepsin In the house as any one of youmay have an attack of In digestion or Stomach trouble at any time day or night This harmless preparation will di gest anything you eat and overcome a sour stomach five minutes afterwards- If your meals dont tempt you or what little you do eat seems to fill you or lays like a lump of lead on your stomach or if you have heartburn thatis a sign of indigestion Ask your Pharmacist for a 50 cent case of Papes Diapepsin and take one triangule after supper tonight There will be no sour rlsingsno belch- Ing of undigested food mixed with acid no stomach gas or heartburn fullness or heavy feeling in the stom ach Nausea Debilitating Headaches Dizziness or Intestinal griping This will all go and besides there will be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odorsPapes Diapepsin Is J certain cure for all stomach miserybecause It will take hold of your food and digest i just the same as if your stomach wasnt there Actual prompt relief for all you stomach misery is at your Pharmacist waiting for you These large 5cent cases contain Ore than sufficient to cure a Dyspepsia or Indigestion i caseotl a- F ra IAbsolutely Pure A v Jj Grapes give I the chief ingredient r the active principle and healthfulness to ROYALBAKING t t POWDER w a fbfotafefy Pare Insures wholesome and deli cious food for every day A in every home No Phosphates No Alum HARDINSBURG J Ask vour grocer for BEST flour Dr Milton Board was here Thursday to see his father Rev E B English left last week for his new home In Owensborowhere his pastoral duties now call him Mrs English and her mother left yester day to join him In their going Hard insburg loses three of her best citi zensGeorge Evan left last week for Mississippi where he expects to locate His family will remain here for a few weeks- MrsAmelia Squires and DeJarnette went to Louisville Mon dayMrs J E Kincheloe delightfully entertained Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs Wick DeHaven of CloverportMrs Eskridge of Louisville is the guest of Mrs John P Haswell Mrs Walter Ward of Louisville iisI visiting her parents Mr and I Sim McGary The Town Council Friday nigh- voted to give street lights a semi equal to what the citizens would sub scribe This insures lighting as con siderable is always subscribed Passion week services will be held next week with alternating preaching by Revs Cline and Mather Services the first three evenings will be held atthe M E Church South and o Thursday Friday and Saturday even Ings at the M E church The big store proposition failed to materialize and the agitation for i has ceased Beards opening Friday was the finest they have ever had The biggest line of new and fashionable goods was most attractively displayed and hail day attire seemed to clothe the store and permeate the atmosphere In a beautiful beribboned canopy Mrs Morris Beard sat giving to each lady visitor a carnation thus adding to the beauty of the scene and to the delight of the admiring throng Mrs Clark wife of Mr Clark managing Clerk in Beards store Has arrived to make her home in Hard y insburg Her husband preceded her a few weeks Blanks are being sent out today for taking school census Supt Pile requests each list to be made out anti returned before the kith so as to let the Board get at the redistricting and boundary changing necessary oa account of the smallness of many of districtsMrs H Pile is spending the week at Mook Marriage licensee Clarence Brown Hallie Bryant Alvin M Nix Emily L Shrewsberry Isaac D Ammons Mary A St wart toh day celebrating the Bath anniversary of their marriage Many congratulations are being received from their friends George G Sills aged about 57 yeara died Saturday afternoon after an illness of several weeks though confined to his bed but the lat two weeks of his life He was born in Marion county and had lived in Breckenridge for 30 years His wife who survives him is the daughter of George Lewis of this city The i children four boys nd three girls all atDemocrat and n min whose acquaint ances were all friends He lived a blameless life and died without am enemy His remains were laid to rest iu St Homaulds cemetery Monday at nine oclock the ceremonies being con ducted by Father Knue sinn gle and a member of the firm of Mat tingly Bros at Kirk was taken with a chill at 3 p m Monday at the home of his brother at Kik from which attack deceast ed was a son of Joseph L Mattingly of i KirkA five year old child of Mr aud Mrs Court Dtiskell was buried InStRom aulds cemetery Monday morning Go To Louisville Mrs Robert Pierce and son Fred left yesterday for Louisville to spend an indefinite length of time with Mr Pierce who is now engaged in bus ness in that city They will still make Cloverport their permanent home t IINOTICE Ip BRECKINRIDGE CIRCUIT COURT ti M Adkisson Brothers et al Plaintiffs jffl vr Order of Reference and Notice of Claims an Two States Bank et al Defendants p It is ordered that any and all creditors of the firm of Adklsson M Brothers Charles Adkifsou Clinton Adkisson aud William Adkisson lIDsbHI1 appear before the master commissioner of this Court and prove m their claims on or before the first day of May IgOO Individuals of 1iVl said order aU of the creditors of theaforesnitl firm and are thistcourt on or before afoesnld date duly proven as required by j will receive said anima at my office in the Circuit Clerks office qf- Breckinridtfo county in Haidinsburg Kentucky on or before said dater II LEE WALLS M C B C I fffjQ- u n kt t- 1r L t n t I i idIo- tF = I 4 r n I U Q0 Jill 101 Jill 101 iiiIII LU 0 BEST 0 U F nihas the cream blend flavor Cream n U blend flour flour In buyingflour its 1 U- O r nestablishedn II U because it has cream blend It is 1 flourtBESTIt is BEST because it has been weighed in the balance and has al I ways met the requirements in the J lJ It is BEST because 0Uo it is made of the choicest winter wheat and invarably makes the most delibiour and nurishing bread rolls biscuits cakes pastries Etc your grocer for Lewisport milsnnnAsk uIIQ BEST FLOUR Y r ii and have no other 1 j ju FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING GROCERS + r iiih e LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY S u LEWISPORT KENTUCKY c 011DOCKJill 101 11111 101 J- It QI J rr I W W I 10 EXPECTEDtltt ANDII aAla eooe 25 RECEIVED t 3 + 1 expected a 10 increase and received 25 Not so bad If z l This letter shows the Business Mans view of graduates of our Bookkeeping and Shorthand course j We will teach you actual practice Bookkeeping and 1iX j xa hand in 23 weeks and guarantee you a position Calls the pat week for two at 10 two at 50 two at 05 ShortIIat 100 a monthM fJiI ir i Day And Night School Enroll now Get a 26 J Call phone or write for NEW SPECIAL OFFER and list of u I graduates I Clarks School SCHOOLIftt t THE GROWING hrif ri J 937 FOURTH AVE LOUISVILLE Ui j Home 2330 Cumb S 939 a KYII ifj ii- Y ftNIU rt a e1Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees 1 If you do you interests r ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address rf none of these places suit you write us at once itw tolling us what you want and where you wantJt and let I us introduce you to tho man who has the very property you are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in pricer Do You Want to Sell your farm or business 3 If you want cash for your property send price and description at once f t togethertThis department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quicksales Jno D Babbage Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store etcr1 paysfrailroad station on the branch Here M is a fine opportunity for a man with f a small capital to drop right into a good 1c business For further particulars write tE BABBAGElt + oiseinklugrroadu2gmlledst I dwellings three big blrne8 hog house and rug blacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 223 r acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar taw all good size Plenty of good t twatertho year round Onethird cash and good easy terms on balance 1gl 6007 acres H situated IK miles from Gaoo Pierce laud yuintoad shape good fenclug one good dwol HUJC houHo S rooms i toad cistern 1 barn e pondse0 acres In timber lIak sugar tree and i beech ba Plenty of Rood fruit goodfout It Is Rood land and lu Rood tlx Just the farm for a man with a small family vonueWoll1 750IL51acrefn UardlnsburR and milesfrombeechtimbertimberBeechbehauledLlmestonolandfortobaccoyearroundeasy payments FOR SALEA farm containing 250 acres and L fiveLblnn1oneI trees also pears quinces and apricots most nicevlnyardbtiiuuuu In woods VS acres In grass i sovera troves of black locust sulllclcnt fur posts tc wlro the whole farm In It lies near Ekroc orlungFOR SALEA splendid stand for a druggist physician Ina good town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This Is just stepInwaAn old established physician wants to retire partlcularsport Ky J I I RURAL TELEPHONES j f k Mr Farmer are you interested 7 If so call on the x manager of tho Cumberland Telephone Telegraph 01Companyand have him explain the special Tar 5k znors Lino rate fyfy- ti i t o I CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY f fIncorporatedf A fly TiieSaEy3S lo Sfrgfr3HSi t i3- tLt d lf I t rcaFrom Mississippi By THOMAS A WISE NotJell d From the Play by Frederic R Toornbs COPYRIGHT 1009 nY THOMAS A WISE CHAPTER XIV WHEN A DAUdHTEn nETBAYS nE ATm- mBUD returned to find Miss Lnng and Norton still In the New buoyancy new thrilled In his veins He would give this congressman till battle of his life for this prize of that ho was confident I have an engagement with Mrs Ilolcomb Senator Holcombs wife she said so I must hurry away bu I expect to bo back to see father i I think Ill Just wait suggested I Norton I havo to seo tho senator asI soon as possible and he ought to re turn from that ways and means com mittee meeting pretty soon When Carolina had gone a sligh- feeling of constraint settled over the twoTho senators pretty busy these days with his naval base matter com ing up isnt he Yes keeps him pretty busy receiv ing delegations from Altacoola and Gulf City and patting them both on the back said Haines Had a man from Gulf City in this morning with some pretty strong arguments The secretary watched Norton keen ly to note the effect of this hInt in favor of Gulf City Gulf City Norton sneered Shucks I Whod put a naval base on a bunch of mud flats I reckon those Gulf City fellows are wasting their timeThink soi suggested Haincs Are you absolutely sure Norton started Why you dont mean to tell me he exclaimed that Senator Langdon would vote for Gulf City for the naval base- I dont mean to tell you anything congressman was tho cool rejoinder Its not my business The senators the one who does the talking An ugly sneer wrinkled tho congress mans face Well Im glad he attends to his own business and doesnt trust too many people he said pointedly The secretary smiled in puzzling fashionThats exactly why I dont talk congressman ho said pleasantly The senator doesnt trust too many people If he did there might be too much money made out of land specu lation Senator Lang on doesnt hap pen to be one of those senators who care for that kind of thing- I suppose you think youre pretty strong with the senator ventured the MississippIanTell truth I havent thought very much about it replied Unities but if you come right down to it I guess I am pretty strong Suppose youve influenced hIt in the naval base business then Still the secretary smiled keeping his temper under the adroit attack Well I think hed listen to me with considerablel interest But youre for Altacoola of course Haines shook his head No I cant say that Im for Alta coola Fellow who was in here this morning put up a pretty good argu meat to my mind for Gulf City In fact he made it pretty strong Seem ed to show It was all to my interest to go in With Gulf City Think Ill have to investigate a little more 1 tell you Norton spoke Htilnea in a confiden tial manner this laud speculation fever is a frightful thing While I wasI talking to this fellow from Gulf City I almost caught It myself Probably- If I met the head of the Altacoola speculation I might catch the fever from tooWhy dont you put your money into Gulf City and lose It then replied Norton nodding his head Thatd be a good lesson scornfullyII young politician like you Senator Langdons secretary peered I straight into Nortons eyesIBecause congressman he said if I were to put my money in Gulf City perhaps I wouldnt lose It The southerner took a step forward leaned over and glared angrily at HaInes His face whitened You dont mean that you could swing Langdon into Gulf City he gasped flames smiled- I cant say that Norton but I guess people Interested in Altacoola would hate to have me try I didnt know you were that kind Haines said Norton his virtue Tit make you pay for that aroused at the thought of losing hit money So youre playing tho game like all tho rest Why shouldnt IT shrugged the sec retary I guess perhaps Im a little sore because the Altacoola people havent oven paid mo the compliment pf thinking I had any influence so they cant GxpeGt mo to work forthem Tho Julie City peoDlO hye M thing j li1jJ tIII stand Gulf City looks pretty good t menIs this straight talk exclaimedI NortonTake it or leave it retorted Bud Tho Mississippian leaned with hisI hands on tho desk Well Unities if youre like the rest nAd are really Interested in Alta coola I dont know that youd have t go very far to talk You know something of Altncooln Robertttingling with suppressed excitement He felt that he was getting closo to real facts In n colossal dente Norton was sure of his man now Well I nm in touch with some pco pio whove got lands and options on cometwhlflperedIHaines shook his head You know I havent much money Norton All I could put in would be my influence Who are these people Are they cheap little local folks or are they real people here who have some power and can do something that is worth while Do I look like Id fool with cheap skates Haines Theyre the real peo ple I think Haines that either Sen ator Stevens or Senator Peabody would advise you that you are safe IIAhl Then Stevens and Pcabody are the ones Theyll make It Alta cooln then sell to the government at a big advance and move to Easy street Thats right agreed Norton Bud Haincs straightened abruptly Tho expression on his flue gave Nor ton a sudden chill made him tremble Now Ive got you cried the secre tary Youve given yourself dead away Ive known nil along youre n- dd thief Norton end youve justI proved It to me yourself What do you mean Norton was clinching his fist Words like that mean fight to a southerner I menu that before Senator Lang don goes one step further In this raat I ter lie shall know that his colleagues and you are thieves Mr Norton trying to use him for a cats paw to steal for them from the government I sus pected something this morning when Gulf City tried to bribe me and a vis itor from there gave me what turns out to be a pretty good tip So that was your dirty trick ex claimed the congressman as he re gained his composure Set a make believe thief to catch n real one laughed the secretary Very good trick I think Ill make you pay for that cried Norton shaking his fist All right Send in your bill any old time laughed Ilalnes The sooner the better Meantime Im going to talk to Langdon He had started for the door when Carolina Langdon reentered followed by her brother Randolph Wait a minute said Norton with unexpected quietness I wouldnt do what youre about to do Mr Haines Of course you wouldnt sneered Haines III mean that you will be making t mistake Haines to tell the senator r n You cant refuse to believe Miss Lang don what you have learned rejoined the southerner struggling to keep calm at this critical moment when all was at stake Ho realized further that now was the tlmo to put Haines out of the wayIt that were possibleIIA mistake Mr Haines ho continued because you see you dont know as much as you think wouldnt talk to Lang don if I were you It will only em barrass him and do no good because Langdons money is in this scheme too and Laugdons in the same boat With the rebi of us Haines stopped short at this astound ing charge against his chief Norton you lie Ill believe it of Langdon when he tells me so not oth I erwiseNorton turned to Randolph Perhaps youll believo Mr Lang dons son Mr Haines Randolph Langdon stepped forward Its true lames ho said my fa thers money is in Altacoola lands Haines looked him up and down with n sneerYour money may Ue ho said JI KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr KingsO- UCLIS New Discovery FOR 100 PRICE 8100 OLDS Trial Bottle free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES GUARANTEED SATIBTACIZGR OR KOXS7 REFUNDED p ttIIi D qw1 r1 i Ptj 4ii J i Lovers of good hfaltn should prevent sickne instead of letting themselves got aid I and then try to curd 1t Ho long a s you keep your liver bowels and stom itch in a healthy anti active condition you wont get sluk Bnllards Eorblnn relieves constipation inactive Ii voran d all stomach nnd bowel troubles Hold by A R 1ioner doiit think youre a bit too good ror fi but your father Is a different kind Carolina Lnhgdon stood nt the back of the room nervously awaiting the moment when she know glio would1 dlsetiso sion I reckon you cant refuse to better Miss Lnngdon drawled Norton with1 aggravated deliberation IOf course stammered lames Id believe It if Miss Langdon says it j io The con esaman turned towardI lieor n tense look which spelled ns plainly ns though spoken Its all in your Lands my fortuneyours Sho slowly drew across tho room Haines could bardly conceal the turmoil of his m Hd The world seemed suddenly snatched from around him leaving her figure alone before him Would she affirm what Norton an Randolph had salt He must believe her But surely it was impossible that sue Carolina played for lime She fearedI the making of a false move I dont understand silo said in quiringly to Norton lie calmly began an elaborate expla nationMiss Langdon this secretary discovered t i1 n t there is a certain perfectly legiti mate venture in Altacoola lands being carried on through certain Influential people wo know nnd by me The blood of tho young re former Is boiling He is going straight to your father with the Wy fatheristnfactstheI I have tried to explain to him how it will needlessly embarrass tho senator nnd spoil his own future lIe wont believe me lIe wont believe your brother Perhaps you can make it clear At last Carolina nerved herself to speak You had better not go to my fa ther Mr Ilalnes It will do no goo- dIIeISlntho deal I You must be Hero me when I tell you so The girl took her eyes from the sec retary Ho was plainly suffering CHAPTER SV CAROLINA rANODONB ADVICE e me speak to Mr Haines LET said Carolina to Norton her brother Norton turned a triumphant grin at Randolph as he beckoned him out and whispered Leave him to her Its all right That New York dude has been riding for n fall hes going to get it now- I am sorry so sorry this should have occurred Mr HaInes Carolina said gently Tho secretary looked up slowly his face drawn It was an effort for him to speakI understand it ho said I mightnt have thought so much of this a month ago but I havo come to love the senator almost as a son and to think that ho could be like the rest of that bunch Is awful You are too much of an 1 idealist Mr Haines said the girl nAnd you What do you thlnkotlt he demandedTho girlsglance wavered Dont idealize me too much ei ther Mr Haines I didnt think it was much Per haps I dont un- derstandbuslness any too well But you see I insisted4tthe man The girl looked up at him sorrow fullyYes I seo at least that you and fa ther can never work together now Haines nodded affirmatively I suppose so Im thinking of that How am I to leave him Weve been so close Ive been so fond of him I dont know how I could tell him In girlish friendly fashion Carolina rested her hand on his arm Wont you take my advice Mr Haines Go away without seeing him Just leave a notq to say you have gone Ho will understand It will be easier for both that way easier for him easier for you Sho paused looking nt ilm appealingly as she end ed very softly And easier for me Mr Haines He looked at her thoughtfully Easter for you he said Very well Ill do It that way J The secretary stepped slowly to hi desk sat down tint started to wr the note Carolina watched him on ously xVContinued V I 4u J ifr1nPi f CenturyIwill have some remarkable articles on LINCOLN including unpublished documents front his own venThc great sculptor SMNTGAUDENS wrote his autobiography just before he died THE Cir runt will print it The full report of a remarkable conversation apipear in THE CENTURY and an interview with the great pianist PADEHEWI SKI ANDIIKW CARNEGIE is writing on tire Tariff for it Articles by Quo VEIt CEVEDAKUS nearest friends will tell the intimate story of his life Nits RICE the author of Mrs Briggs 1of the Cabbage Patch will contri bute a great novel and THOMPSON animalslife The COLOKED PICTURES willibe more beautiful than ever Send for prospectus and special sub scription offers v THE CENTURY Co Union Square N Y CIA fly XI 0aJABOMS the the Kind You Have Always Bo gW SIgnature IJloPd I ifr Yr IFit is the surest and safest yourswatch repaired go to T C LEWIS ho knows how and does as he knows He has one of tho finest collections of beautiful uptodateJEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices goldand silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Como ho is glad to welcome youjand give you satisfactionii T C Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky L Ii f fSTYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits 1 and Trousers in highgrade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod Brute prices Expert tailors em ploycd J H HUNSCHE GasperMay Co Can elton Ind 1 60 YEARSS II C 4EXPERIENCE 11COPYRIOIITS maygalcklfmmunfcaaoneetrICnyCOnddontlathIAINBBOOK tOrecelveepee Scientific Ill i4Cii drcnlattonofroar BodbyallnewdealonnUNH Branch Office C36 V BtWashington D G 1W L IIST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 148 Dally Fast Train loaves Gloreroort lolDtBtltes725AM 010vorportlO01stationsarrtvesl Olinver r atLoulsv1l10140U1 a Train No148 t o1atlon I WEST BOUND I accommodationleavesl a att rimTrain extreaa E OwensboroStanley arriveBtTrain No 143 Mall and Express dailyar 1036pNo145daily Bt Louis fast train leaves Oh ti rerport 1106 P M arrives EvansvUle 1 AbllawesvineOwensboro oDouisvillecars and free reclining chair arouKl1s1eeplngfJ and 148 between Louisville Evnusvllle add r St LouIslFordsville n Branch td KABT DOUNDnleaveFordsvillaO00s r St mtft II Train No4 Dally except Bundayteav8llJJ PpmTrain No fl Sunday only 1EFgrdbvillo700 a m Irvington986am n1o trTrainNo80IdlyIrvln GRthm 706Init r J snrt n u Pi 1 1 0 I BEARD BROS BREEDING STOCKtHARDINSBURG KENTUCKY a e In offering to the public our breeding stock for 1909 we can say that never before have we been able to offer our patrons such advantages 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 by their liberal patronage Our service fees are the smallest for this class of stockever offered to the people Your carefulconsideration of our claim on your patronage will be highly appreciated r F HIGHLAND GLENWORTH American Saddle Horse Breeders Association No 3196 IL II IIaI o I For Highland Glenworth we 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 a 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 the shrewdest horsemen ever known to Kentucky It is no surprise that Highland Glenworth iis one of tho leading sires of tho country as nothing but tho hottest blood courses his veins and no cold cross anywhere in his pedigree to prop 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 7Jt out of Mollie Black Eaglo was by King William 67 out of Kitty Richards Mollio was by Giltnord Highlander out of Bettie Highland Denmark 730 was out of Miss Gravy by Dave Akin 775 by Richmond out of daughter ofiWagner Jr First dam Annetto Lee 1385 by Black Squirrel 58 second dam Nancy Lee 476 by Monte Christo 59 by Montroso 106 out of Fannio Giltner 59 third dam Nannie Garret 472 by Davo Akin 775 fourth dam Nannie We want to farma few of tho best mares in Breckinridge county to breed to Highland Glen worth and will be glad to negotiate with owners of highclass brood marcs See us as soon as possible SEASON FEE 20 to insure living colt Will also make stand at same time and I place us Sportin Boy and jack John SPORTING BOY Not Wholly Careless Thomas Chett was a meek but careII less clerk who through no greater faults than carelessness was contlnu 4nlly blundering in his work Ills most usual mistake was to misdirect letters either by substituting wrong street number or by writing say Cal for OolOne day his employe laid on 1fh1sdesk a letter which had been over n in the malls without reaching Its destination and all because of Thomas error Now this has got to atop said his employer Such delays waste time and money If you had used an en v lope which hadnt had our address In the corner AVO might never have known where this letter went to Thats true assented the humble clerk But I am always careful to rise that kind of envelope just for that reasonBeing a little slow of comprehension iko did not understand why his patient 8 awayirilUng The Lurid Glow Of Doom tt was seen in the red facet hands and bpdy 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 doc tors who said the poisoned blood had 1 affected his lungs and nothing could r save him But writes his mother seven bottles offilectric Bitters com pletely cur dhimiV For Eruption Eczema Salt Rheum sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism lice tric Bitters is supreme Only 5Qcg Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Subscribe NQwt nu U TI- U = I 0 WormologyIII I should be studied by every parent If your child is nervous fretful starts in its sleep is pasty faced bas rings under its eyes nlw sfifems hungry Is net gaining weight you can be sure the trouble is worms Whites Cream Vermifuge is an absolute cure for worms la its own purgative Sold by A R Fisher Reasons For Cannibalism According to a writer fan French review there are three causes for can nibalism It Is due either to necessity pleasure or fashion Twenty per cent of the cannibals wo learn eat their dead to honor them The ancient Ti betans belonged to this class This is sentimental anthropophagy Nineteen per cent eat their great warriors to obtain their courage This Is designated egotistic anthropophagy Twen tynine per cent eat human flesh to punish their enemies and 32 per cent because it Is the fashion or because I they consider the flesh savoryln 1 fllanapolla News I The best known piUs and the best pills mado are DoWitta Little Early Risers They an small easy to take gentle and certain and Bro sold by All Druggists Subscribe Today The Dear Friends Vaudeville Dancer When do you o on Vaudeville Singer Right after thq trained cats Vaudeville Dancer Goodness mpl Why dont the manager trytto vary the monotony of his tctsTi WCaIeP- ri l nd Leader r t- O1 ITimeto Go I wonder how many of those con nected with newspapers said arc porter remember the famous dis patch sent by a press telegraph oper ator at the time of the San Francisco earthquake It was the only smile raiser In tho whole horrible catas trophe It read something like this The building Is beginning to rock bricks are falling about and its me for the wimple life Then It trailed off as if the operator had scooted for the open door or wall perhaps This dispatch was handed about the news paper offices and made all the boys laugh in spite of the serious picture it called to mind Philadelphia Ledger I I A Contractor DONALSONVILLE GA Jan 20 1909 Dr Khmer Co Bingbarapton N Y Gentlemen About four years ago I suffered from Kidney trouble and rheu matism in my hips The pain across my back becaftio so severe that I could hardly straighten up and could not walk without dragging my feet I would udInato frequontlyand would have to rise two or three times during the night causing me to suffer from loan of sleep And with the pain I was all run down aud begiu to lose flesh I saw jWatnp Root advertised and bought one bottle to try it After taking it Ifelt better and could nleep all right at night I continued to take it until I bad taken four large bottles I w entirely free from any pain in the back and begin tor gain in weight I al rays recommend Swamp Root to my friends as I think the cure in niy case remarkable Yours very truly t M H HIOKSON Doatrteornillel Ga I yw f ankle This is a grand stallion of great style good bone and beautiful color Ho is 16 hands high and well proportioned and weighs 1300 pounds Ho has tho very best feet and legs and is as well bred as any saddle stallion in America Ho combines many of tho characteristics of both the Morgan and Denmark families of Kentucky Ho is by My Owns Boy Jr who is by My mnd1ybredi Rose 106 Artist was by the renowned King William 67 who was by Washington Denmark 64 f King William sired Black Eagle 74 who sired Black Squirrel 53 who is famous as a sire of style and good qualities throughout Kentucky and many other states 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 siro King Denmark and dam by Boliver th Sporting Boys second dam was by Warren Chief ho by Cabols Lexington dam was by old Tom Hal ho tho founder of tho pacing horse family in Kentucky and Tennessee His second dam was by Old Copperbottom who was one of tho founders of saddle 111 Iitheis a trottter and in a rack he is a wonder He is absolutely sound and has proven a sure Sporting Boy will make the season of 1909 at 1250 to insure a living colt heIr I BLACK WARRIOR JOHN Known as the Miller Jack Black Warrior John is one of tho best breeders and ono of the finest jacks in Kentucky 15 hands high weighs 1000 pounds and is a suro foal getter Black Warrior John will make the season of 1900 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 nowowned III PREMIUMS 1st premium Highland Glenworth 20 2nd premium Highland Glen worth 10 1st premium Sporting Boy 1250 2nd premium Sporting Boy 5 1st premium Black Warrior John 10 2nd premium Black Warrior John 5- Will give 100 for premium colt from Highland Denmark Will give 100 for premium colt from Sporting Boy Will give 75 for premium colt from Black Warrior John I Suffered day and night the tor meats of itching piles Nothing helped me until 1 used Doans Oiuttnent It cured me permanently Hon John R Garrett Mayor Girard Ala Fat SingersWhy- A medicill gentleman writing fIn Comoedlu explains that tho physical massiveness of tho majority of famous singers comes mainly from ahnormal development of the lungs We muu confess that we had been under Impression that It was due to a lauda bio effort to make grand opera amu ing Punch Ho who foresees calamities suffers them twice overPorteous Harsh physics react weaken t bowels cause chronic constipation I Deans Regulets operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation 25o Ask your druggist for them Where the Trouble Was Some misbul sinner took an ruuned off wid de collection hat las meetln day said Brother Dickey linn I well knows dat ef dar wus no slch place ez hell de good Lawd would mako one for dat sinner Was there much money In the hat No sub day warnt so much ez a brass button In It Then why are you so wad about it Hit viiz my hat ho said AtlantaI Constitution CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children Till Kind You Havs Always Bought t Dearsthed Signature of t II n- nKt c 0 DontIBuy Moody Lands 11 I Without Seeing Them yetThe Moody lands arc tho richest in Texas and arc located in East Panhandle adjoining tho Oklahoma lino where every squarter section is an improved farm The land will produce from 50 to 70 bushels of corn per acre wheat 30 to 35 bushels Alfalfa 4 to G tons per acre cotton etc Price of land ranges from 10 to 25 per acre Write or Iecall at once for particulars as to soil climate location crops government report on rainfall map showing Western limit of tho growth of corn about EXCURSION EVERY FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAY OF EACH MONTHs A postal will bring full particulars a letter is hotter Address THE MOODY LANDS COMPANY Geo C Cundiir Gon Agent Upton Ky t Oflico 423 West Jollorson LOUISVILLE KY When you write mention this paper It DR W M CASPER DENTIST- At Cloverport OTery Wednesday and Thurs day ut Dr Llghtfoots Office Subscribe for The News J I lWllioa H ft DejH flOORMAN i Attorney at Law- t1ARDINSBURQ KY 1 thQOourtsandadjthdgco1lDt setoyractlceUMc CVcIkWc 41 larat t+ oryci- M m 7 E o o t ifTHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS il fJNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO = J I Issued Every Wednesday = hs Subscription Price 100 a year in advance r CARDS OF THANKS over fivo lines charged for at the rata oif rtt to cents per lino OBITUARIES charred for at tho rate of 5 cents per line Mono y la advance i Examine the label on your paper If it is not correot plea9o totify us t When ordering a change in the address subscribers should lgive I ihoir old as well as the now address EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 31 1909 We herewith publish in full Judge Moormans proclamation to observe Arbor Day May every man woman and child either plant a tree Friday or encourage some one else to r IAProclamation OBSERVE AllBOll DAY l To TilE PEOPLE OF BKECKINIUDQK COUNTY a i Our Governor by proclamation has fixed upon Friday April 2 1 r 1909 as Arbor Day for Kentucky While primarily Arbor Day was set apart for the planting of trees tho results of its observations r has shown it to boo in many ways an occasion which demands con sideration at the hands of every enlightened community It now annual for and beautifying eachI i imeans or can mean tho day cleaning ti y homo in each community of all of the states of the Union The homoI and tho school are tho places where men are made Home is the basal h al alofSociety Law and Government Clean homes and wholesome en viromonts tend to make clean men and clean government r Ours is a good county ours is a good people Nature has been housesfirr too many churches too many roads and too many streets without trees and flowers and there arc other evidences of a general lack ot appreciation of the little things which produce beauty and happiness r and cheerful enviroment Let us have one real Arbor Day Remove z ntheunsightly and unclean Instead of weeds and bushes we had as well have in our yards trees flowers and blue grass You strive for I years to hoard for others wby not make beautiful and comfortable the present surroundings Jt enhances property values Trusting that this may remind many of their duty to themselves r4 to their neighbors and to those who will follow I am Yours truly H Dell MOORMAN Judge Breckinridge County Ky g Fr To PATKONS AND CHILDREN r I heartily endorse tho sentiment and appreciate the value of Judge w Moormans appeal for an observation of Arbor day In each district i where school is now in session I urge that the teacher and patrons qJ encourage the proper planting of trees and that they assist the child l ren Whore no school is in session It is the duty of the patrons led r vpbythe Trustee lam Very truly JOEL II PILE Superintendent of Schools B C 4 u 1 DUKES D1 Mrs Jim Rowland who has been ill for some time is slowly im i IIprovIngIII r Mrs Marion Campbell Mrs Mary Sapp Boyd Powers and Ernest Camp bell t Alonzo Reardon wife and baby are visiting relatives at Whitesville f Misses Senada Powers and Flora rips Newberrv spent Sunday with Miss Mary Davis at Midway Miss Pearl Basham has returned s home after an extended visit with her- r sister Mrs Will Clark at Philpot Rev J S J Brear of Clifton Mills filled his regular appointmont at the C a P church Saturday night and Sunday ttnt Ladies dont forget our Missionary h Society which meets on Saturday be fore the third Sunday in each month Mr and Mrs Lee Campbell and chil dren spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs John Duke Mks Flora Newborry was the guest of y illss Pearl Basham Tuesday night Little Miss Alma Lee Basham return ed home Saturday after a weeks visit r with her grandmother Mrs Dan Alsip of Hawesville Miss Pearl Johnson of Oaklon Ky t is visiting relatives at this place Hilous Basham spent a few days lust week with friends at Owensboro a H H Tindle is visiting relatives in 1 OwensboroMr Mrs Chas Campbell were iin shoppingstMrsVernon Milburn and son Ray mond spent Saturday and Sunday with her father John Lynch of Patesville I Mrs Will Arbra of Patesville spent Saturday with her mother Mrs Martha Cuhal Miss Pearl Basbam spent Sunday with her cousin Mils Margaret Basham of near Cloverport Miss Mable Hall entertained a few of I r her friends Tuesday night in honor of her eighteenth birthday Those present were Misses Pearl Basham Flora New bury Jessie Wheatley Lena Monical Seneda Powers Mable and Vina Hall Messrs Ivory Nichols Wnne Rice I cOliverYoung Eddie Alex and Herbert sx rM Ai mr wn 431 ifif ldM ptlr ii r 11 Et Powers and Wityman Monica Mrs Doshia Rowland departed from this life Sunday Morning March 28 at her home near this place She was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Nate Starles of Patesville and the wife of James Rowland She leaves a husband one son and three daughters her parents two brothers and four sisters to mourn her loss She was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian church at this place and was loved by all who knew her- Oscar Nugent of Goering and Miss Nannie Jarboe of this place were married Saturday evening at the home of Rev Cecers Horley of near Roscvllle 24 of DONT WAIT Take Advantage Of A Cloverport Citizens Experience Before Its Too Late When the back begins to ache Dont wait until backache becomes chronicTill kidney troubles develop Till urinary troubles destroy nights rest Profit by a Cloverport citizens experience CloverportIyKidney Pills live up to the claims made for them My kidneys and bladder were disordered for twelve years My back ached severely and when I stooped or lifted sharp twinges darted through my loins causing me to suffer intensely When I first arose in the morning I was lame and sore and the slightest work exhausted me I was also languid and at times felt very nervous Head aches and dizzy spells were added to my affliction and too frequent pass ages of the kidney secretions caused me great annoyance particularly at night when I was forced to rise from three to six times i used but one box of Doans Kidney Pills procured at Fishers drug tore and received almost entire relief I Intend to eon time with t IK in and hive no doubt that 1 wiUisooji ue entirely cured For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents KosttrMilburn Co Buffalo UnitedStates anatakeStatesReinember I ozk I iiiTH h y f j I r I THE VANISHED DAYS IubllslietTuy request of It P Qlovcrporl KY Lay the jest about thd Julip in the cnm phor balls at last For the miracle has happened and the olden days are past ThAt which makes Milwaukee thirst does not foam itt Tennessee And the lid in old Missouri Is as tight locked as can be Oh the comic paper Colonel and his cro nies well may sigh For the mint Is waving gaily but the South is going dry By the stillside on the hillside in Ken tucfy all is still For the only damp refreshment must be dipped up trom the rill Noth OLinas stately ruler gives hit soda glass a shove And discusses local option with the Sotb G Liua Gov It is useless at the fountain to be wink ful of the eye For the cocktail glass is dusty and the South is going dry It is water water everywhere ant not a drop to drink We no longer hear the music of the mel low crystal clink When the Colonel and the Major and the General and the ledge Meet to have a little nip to give thei appetites an edge For the eggnog now ia uogless and the rye has gone awry CnrnaUoulIIand the South is going dry andsare worn upon the head Not the nightcaps that were taken when nobody went to bed And the breeze above the bluegrass is as solemn as is death For it bears no pingent clovetank on its oderiiic breath And cach man can walk a chalk line when the stars are in the sky For the fizzglass now is fizzless and the South is going dry Lay the jest about the julep neath the Cb stnub tree at last For there is but one kind of Moonshine and the olden days are past For the Water Wagon rumbles through the Southland on its tripII And it helps no one to drop off to pick up the drivers wbiptFor the mint bed makes a pasture and the corkscrew hsngeth high 0 And is still along the Stillsida and the South is going ry There Is more Catarrh in this section of tho country than all other diseases put together and until the lust low purs was supposed to o Incurable Fora grunt many years doctors pronounced it a local dlseasaand pre scribed local remedies and by Constantly falling to taro with local treatment pr nounrod it Incurable Science has proven catarrh to bo u constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by K J Ohuncyt Co Toledo Ohio Is tho rely con stitutional cure on the market It IB taken Internally In doses from 10 drops to u tua spoonful Itucts directly on tho blood und mucous surfaces of tho system They offer ono hundred dcllars for any case it falls to cure Send for circular und testimonials Address F J Chewy Co Toledo OhioSold by druggists 75c Take Hulls Family Pills for eonstlratlon All parties using Jumbo burners arc hereby warned to remove same by April st or gas will be turned of i- fCloverport Gas Co Reduced Rates To Louisville 300 to Louisville and return from Cloverport April 12 1517 10 22 and Good to return April 21 on account Southern Electrical and Industrial Exposition f I A Correction J It was reported that Miss Jennings would enter the EuniceII business with Mrs Robert the statement is erroneous r r 4ill I 1l EUUC lT111141COLUMN Ili 1 IW Edited By County Supt Joel H + y yPile Hurdll1sburg Ky iZ I JASPER HEAD A moral modell young man one who whorknows him is Jasbrr Head son of Wm N Head of Lodiburg Mr Head is young handsome as a picture even more so than the excellent picture which we publish He lies taught two schools in his home neighborhood pleasingi his patrons and evidencing the qualities of a teacher who will wear well and teach so as to prepare boys anl girls for real life The teaching force of the county will lose Mr Mead from its ranks as he contemplator going into business He is now pursuing n business course at Howling Green in Prof Dickons school HENDERSON ROUTE NOTESII Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Reduced rates to California and the Northwes March 1st to April 30 Regular Homeseekers excursions to South and Southwest pn April 6 to 20 May 4 and 18 June 1 and 15 July and 20 Aug 3 and 17 Sept 17 and 21 and Oct 5 and 19 tJ Exquisite Spring Millinery Being received by MRS R T POLK The leading milliner of this city who invites you to inspect her now and handsome line off I Ready= towear and Pattern Hats Easter Opening Thursday April 81 under tho direction of Miss Davis of Louisville who will havojohargo of the trimming department Qt I tI MISS LAURA HALE Cordially invites you io her I SPRING OPENING r I OF r I f HANDSOME MILLINERY APRIL 8 9 and tO Irvington ri Kentucky a f i ELEGANT SANDBEAUTIFUL Tailored and Dress HatsI I Are Sltowit In the EASTER DISPLAY O- FMiss Alice B Hickey I 2OQ Pdtil Jones Building t Louisville i s Kentucky I Your taste and needs can be thoroughly pleased by II Miss Alice Write or call to see her and your order will lie given personal attention f Ir- S JO II QJill 10111 = OOJIIc IIc II OI- Va JIQII10J I IJI J 0 An Extraordinary Bargain a 0- Ejj jjinjj 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 toolstand equipment for saw mill camping Will sell as a whole or separately Price on ap plication We also beg to announce the arrival of our new spring stock of Paints Varnishes Floor Finishes Leads and Oils Iwhich 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 york Boiler and Sheet Iron and Tin workGasoline Boat Work a Specialty We carry in stock afull and completeline of Mill Supplies Pipe PittingsHBrass Goods Grate Bars Guttering Pumps Packing Oils Greases Gasoline Etct Etc Estimates and prices on application J01 Cloverport Foundry and Machine Company 0 ImlJII OJ JIQI to O =OJTD O O O CZIOED IQIlr rO 0p0-n 110 11 n nYt Aro G t YarwPYrx xwM vrranhr 1 r r P+ t+ p niwWN qttI YG71C kCt 1t1 oUi Aiifrh t 7t1 tJfi i7 r 1 III7 ir IR3I1aLi ijamcdy FO- RCATARRH Elys Cream Balm Is quIck Iy absorbed Gives liciicl at Once It cleanses soothes protectstiro brane resulting from Catarrh and drive away aCold in tho Head quickly Restores Uio Souses of Tasto and Smell Full size LiquidOreamSly Brothers GO Warren Street New York 15he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAR 31 1909 PERSONALAND LOCAL Ask your grocer for BEST flour H B Head of Irvington isinthe city I Fresh fish at Weisenbergs Late Behen has been ill for several I daysArch Frizzell of Cannelton was here Sunday Mrs Frank Payne spent Friday in LouisvilleOscar of Addison waS in Louis vine Saturday Good work horse for saleJobnm Weisenbergi Douglas Rafferty has returned from New Albany Born to the wife of Owen Duncan a j girl Mary Lee L Stanley Brown of Ekron is here vis sting his father Mrs Byrne Severs returned from Owensboro Friday Dr Owen hag thoroughly recovered from a short illness When you want a nice steak or roast call up Miller Black Mrs Wilbur Gregory and little daugh ter spent Sunday nere Mrs Amanda Pool of Stephensport has moved to Owensboro- J A McCoy of Clifton Mills has moved to Chula Vista Calif Will Bowmer of St Louis was the guest of his parents Saturday Meat orders given prompt attention Miller Black city butchers Mrs Ruben Marlow and children of Owensboro are visiting here Sam Stites Road Master of the Hen derson Route was here Friday JJ John Ireland of Skillman was the guest of Miss Kate Wroe Sunday Mrs Lee Montgomery of Fordsville has been quite sick for two weeks Mrs J C Nolte was in Irvington Thursday the guest of Mrs Board Mrs Joe Morrison is in Lewisport visiting her daughter Mrs Boutcher Forest Conner of Owensboro was the guest of Miss Fronie Dean Sunday Big red tag shoe sale commences Sat urday April 3 1909 Julian H Brown ExMayor Barry has been confined to his bed for several days with lagrippe Mrs Wick DeHaven is in Hardins burg the guest of Mrs John Kincheloe Mrs J G Harris and daughter Jen nit Mable were in Louisville Saturday James Jablne of Owensboro is the guest of Mr and Mrs Harry Newsom Miss Annie Jarboe spent last week in Louisville the guest of Miss Kate Moor manMorris Kincheloe of Hardinsburg vas the guest of Miss Ray Heyser Sunday Junt received a nice line of Ladles Misses and childrens shoes at Conrad Sippels Dr W M Casper Dentist at Lewis port Tuesday at Cloverport Wednesday and Thursday Scotts I Emulsionof oflife and enjoyment of life to thousands men women and children Whey appetite fails itirestores it When food is a burden it 1liffs the burden When you lose flesh it brings the plumpness of health When work is hard and duty is heavy it makes life bright j Itis the thin edge ofthewedge the thick end is food But what is the use of food when you hate it and cant digest it Scotts Emulsion ofCod Liver Oil is the food that makes you forget your stomach rn S i IJSend thto advertisement together with name y ofpalier1n which It appears your ad Ire s and jburcwvttto coyec pottact and wa wU MtuI you a CpiploteNandyAtlarof be workL- c bowNL tIStNtwJ III 4c Homier Bettmnn shoos always gives satitfaction Sold by Conrad Slppel the Shoo Man Mrs Lucy Temple has returned to Owensboro from her winters visit to Greenville Miss J D Babbage Jr spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs RoJcoe Severs at Barbourville WVa There arc several reasonsv ConradII should buy your shoes from Sippel the Shoe Man J C Epley and little son Fredrick spent Sunday with his brother who is ill I in the hospital at Henderson I will sell drum stoves cast stoves or cook stoves all at cost Saturday AprilI 3 00Julian II Brown I Mr and Mrs Jno Ridge were calledt to Louisville last Wednesday to attend the funeral of her uncle Mr John GaultMrs Sallie Gross went to Louisville last week to spend a few days with Mrs Mollie Feland and her charming daugh ter Miss Dell Mrs Feland has rented a farm near Danville Ky Miss Cleona Wcatherholt left Satur day morning on the boat IIMenglc Boy for Cairo as the guest of her uncle r Capt Marlon Ryan who has recently accepted a position as Captain of this handsome tow Miss Weatherholt will1 spend three weeks in Cairo with her aunt Mrs Ryan Dr Bush Cloverport 1st 2nd and 3rd Mondays and Tuesdays Hard insburg 4th Monday 3 days Irving son Thurday and Friday following 4th MondayMorrison Be Calhoon dentists office downstairs 215 Fourth street bothI phones Owensboro Ky Can you believe your senses When1 two of them taste and smell having beeriimpaired If not utterly destroyed by Nasal Catarrh are fully restor ed by Elys Cream Balm can you doubt that this remedy deserves all that has been said of it by the thou sands who have used it It is appliedI directly to the affected air passages and begins it healing work at once Why not get it today All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren Street New York on receipt of 50 cents r HARNED Askvour grocer for BEST flour Miss Emma Gray is convalescent Misses Gola Brown and Lillie Brock and Messrs Cleveland Brock andI Walter Brown of Garfield were the guests of Mrs James McCoy last week o Miss Maria Davis and Runa Board spent Saturday and Sunday the guest I of lMr and Mrs Will Davis of KirkII Our Literary Society meets and 4th Monday nights In each month Every body invited to come i Several from here attended the musical and social at Germantown Friday night All report a pleasant timeMarshall Norton and Hunter Hen ninger were here Monday from West ViewThe little child of Mr and Mrs J W Glasscock is ill of pneumonia Lucile Bruington is on tfoe sick list Mr McQuiggins of Madrid was here Friday I Hobert the little son of Dow Smith died Monday and was buried Tuesday at the Scott burying ground Miss Nora Driskell spent Saturday and Sunday the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs W T Driskell of near West View Harvey Allen Makes A Change H Mr Harvey Allen who hasjbee a traveling salesman for the Vic Miller Candy Co of Owensboro will on April 1st begin a similar service for the Mennee Candy Co of Louisville The latter company in the largest manufacturer of candy in the United States and Mr Allen will have as a part of his territory a number of splendid bluegrass towns A large increase in salary Is the cause of theI changeHancock Clarionl SE REE Mr and Mrs Sam Nottinghams only baby died Saturday r Rev Clyne pastor of the Fairview church gave an interesting lecture in behalf of the farmers at the church Sat urday night joe Hayes who has been very ill is Improving ZT Mengus of Harried was here last Sunday attending church W E Williams has bought anew saw nil find is doing a good Vusiriejts John Pile near Mook has put In a telephone ilex L D Tucker who lost his hbiise by fire Will rebuildsoon i Mrs Amanda Shrewsbury and Miss Cora Menier of Madrid have been visit lag relatlvea here Accepts A Posit1onlfr Clovis Bo Vlds of this city bas ac c0ptis4appetion with the UArvey Oil J I 1ea- d j J d I AFTER DOCTORS FAILED LydiaEPinkhantsVegetaaWe WiUimantlc ConnII For five years femaletroubles prostrationwalk upstairswithout stopping on the way J tried three differ ent doctors and each told me some thing different I received no benefit from any of them but seemed to suffer more The last doctor said noth ing would restore mvhealth I beaan taking Lydia 33 Pinkhams Vegetable Compound to see what it would do and I am restored to my natural healthMrs ETTA DONOVAN Box 200 Willimantic Conn PinkhamsVegetable and herbs is unparalleled It may be used with perfect confidence by women who suffer from displacements inflam mation ulceration fibroid tumors ir regularities periodic pains backache bearingdown feeling flatulency indi gestion dizziness or nervous prostra tion For thirty years Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has been tho standard remedy for female ills and suffering women owe it to themselves to at least give this medicine a trial Proof is abundant that it has cured thousands of others and why should it tot euro you Company of Cleveland Ohio AS travel ing representative His territory will be in Ilreckenridge and ad joining coun ties Mr Bowlds secured the position through an advertisement in the News The Company ia fortunate to get him The Harvey oils are used extensively in Cloverport and it is expected he will have little trouble in selling them else v hrre Helen Taft has Traveled Far For one of her age Helen Taft is a very traveled young woman She has made four trips across the Pacific and circled the globe once accompanying + z + I JII + + WANTED VANTEI A ootWnlnn toclonll kllld work WIll PlV Iu Rood price Thus Beard Hnrclliuburx Ky WANTED SUCOES8 MAnAZINtreIUlrol the of n mini In KrecklnrldKf county to look after xptrlng subscriptions and to secure now business by moans of special methods unusually elfeclve propositIo- n1erllmtwntJJrder one with experience but appllUKiit with good nut uriil ciutkllllnttlons salary 1150 per day with cominig lon option Address with referee 1111111iI ItDhundreds through college by means of our plan Write to day for lull information ro Rurdlni our offer otafree hnlorshlp In nny I SlierIlock WANTED Responsible mun with horse and buggy In each community salary 1500 to 110 00 per day to take orders from owners of harms Or chards end Homo Gardens A spicndld op portunity for farmers tons also fruit tree and sewing machine agents to luuko a busl uess connection which will become moro prof tablo each year Address P O Boxl34 Youngs l 0II IFOR RENT splendid rooms In the ble for a small buslI BetaI FOR KENT A furnished room In a rest convenient to business part of town and depot Apply at the News oOlce FOR SALE DAUOE FOR HALE 20x100 feet fl feet deep D New W Jr SCHOOL StophonsportKy HEATER and cooker combined stove for News olllce SALE Scbolarnhlp in Bowling Green University howling Green ICy Ureck enrldgo News FOR SALE A rood second hant organ I Its JElK MILLER Oloveryort FOR SALE Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Pure bred Sows and Guilts a Specialty Furnished in Pairs not Related E P HARDAWAY R No1 IRVINGTON ICY her parents on their famous trip around the world She speaks French and Spanish as well as the native lingo of the Philippines The Presi dents daughter is as oldfashioned a girl in some ways as she is uptodate in others She has been taught not only to sit on a cushion and sew a fine seam I but to cut and make her own dresses and can even trim a hat at a pinch and also knows how to cook and manage a house Mrs Taft has always been insistent on her daughter having a domestic as well tp r Ia HNEWI 4 I 1i Blue Copenhagen Tanll r IILight 35c Yardpf p Jap all colors 50c Yard i 36inch Taffeta Silk Black White i Cream Tan Wisteria Brown 100 Yard Messaline Satin Pink White Tan Navy Catenaba 75c and 100 Yard 4 3 l l50cii- J ij C NOLTE BRO 1 CLOVERPORJ KY rr4tJ1l1liu h Farm WantedlWi- sh II to hear quickly from OWNERS who will sell DIRECT TO BUYERS of any size In any locality rtlculur about location IIwllllnR ERS only nerd answer who are to close their own deal direct with 1SU YER without paying any earn mission to anyone I um no agent and accept no commission I wish to con nect my HCNDHEDR Ol BUYERS With OWNERS so they ran buy direct and save paying a fancy price to some IIJrBntII I lowest NYI IJAR prIceII as a social and mental equipment for life The Tafts are not rich people by any meansand the new Presidents wife believes that the domestic arts are as much a part of a young girls education as a knowledge of Greek roots or drawing room The zinc April New Idea etiquettejj oooooDOOOIIoOOOO t J i WORTH OF MERCHANDISE Our r I I r 0 0 0o Slaughter Sale o tt- a of every article in our immense stock of General Merchandise will beginooua Saturday Apr 3 Goods sold absolutely without regard to cost Watch for big Advertisement in this paper next week 1 W J SCHOPP I Q FOUR BIG STORES Q o 0- o STEPHENSPORT KENTUCKY 0 O IICZD JJII 07i Jill = 32 Q 33 UcJOJ2J11C=D 10 1 y lo c a Jl n I I Single Comb White Leghorns r From tho very best strains Excellent Layers Eggs The for 15 AtH MURRAY CLOVER PORT KY rL IIIIL r I YOU IblameI Eyes Trouble You Eyes Tested FREE t Glasses Guaranteed f Severs Drug Cott tasts tlere JJIE KEITH SON Dealers in GraniteMarble and Stoner Cloverport Kentucky CO O OCQeCae93t9 10 SS H BANKOF CLOVERPORTIncorporated k == Capital Surplus and 1 Undivided Profits 2200000 Safe Sound and- Conservative r- r V Trt I Small accounts receivd tho Shine eR1 rtll attention as larger Oates uml wo appre 7 date youi business slid in fluence Interest paid on k Time Deposits 1 r i BANK OF CLOVEXRQRT iCUOVBW ORT KY 4 r r p j 1Fc of r a T 1 TYiITEIIl1 i I H I INDIANiw T 8DADOW8ENDBY SOM WARIIDI ITjj I RonTlUITAU5Of THE MSSfCO- rnUGKT t9oeDY WILLIAM coDY N PTER the Custer massacre Gen oral Mlles was loft In com L wand on tho Yellowstono and erected huts for his troops nud stores which wero brought from tho Missouri river by wagon lIe built two posts ono on tho Tongue river and one on tho Yellowstone nejr wUcro Is now tho city of Glcndlvc As soon as these Were completed Instead of waiting for spring and summer he lminedlatJy d to keep up activity against the foe A The Indians greatly annoyed his supply trains and on one occasion time ualn had to return on account of the strength of the Indians This roused s 7p generals Tro nTTd Instead ofthe flbmorallzcd teamsters he equipped It with soldiers as such and fighting men to accompany them Sitting Bull him self notified Colonel Otis that be must not travel that way and Mlles ar old Bull and overtook him at Cedar creek Tho wily chief sent a flag of 1ylnjercomfortably to hunt and trade on condition that he did not attack the soldiers But Mlles would not temporize He sent word that there was only one peace and that Was by submission During this flag of truce they tried to trap him In the way In which General Canby lost his life In the Modoc conference In 73 but Mlles coppered tho game and told Sitting Bull Ill take no advantage of you under n flag of truce You have fifteen minutes to get back to your pod plo and fifteen minutes more to accept tuy1 terms or Ill commence fighting EIther you or I have got to be boss of this part of time country Although the country swarmed withI Indians and no reply hud come Miles attacked them with such vigor that they left many of their dead on the field which they never lthcSQdo and continued a hot pursuit for over lofty mileS toinpolling them to abandon Toed lodge+ poles camp equlpago and tonics Eventually 400 lodges nndI 3000 Indians surrendered and were sent to their agencies Sitting Bull and his hostile cronies left the male body and escaped north ward whore they were Joined by Gall and some other chiefs This bitter ex perience was an astonishment to Sit ting Bull and the Sioux so that It loft that section free from their Immediate depredations After a return to tho Tongue river pONt and a abort rest the determined commander made up an expedition to follow Sitting Bulls trail northward although It was oblit erated by deep snow and the winter had opened with great severity even for that region The suffering of tho troops was Intense A month titter ward Frank Baldwin and tho troops under Miles overtook and hammered old Bull on two occnslons and mantle It so warm for him In such a cold I climate that he took refuge over theII C Drove his bayonet clean through the In dians Ibody Canadian border General Mlles even made application for permission from 4tthetwo government to follow him to a finish but for some reason tho high er authorities did not permit It Sit i ting Bulls influence had always been ably seconded by Gall as n fighter and here I want to say that everybody In tho know recognized Gall as one of the bravest nnd tamest of fighting men ttt history has produced white ir tad On ono occasion in a fight tvith the troops he was shot down and Hiklon over by the cavalry and it Is1 iMtrd that an infantry soldier In the exHfoment of the moment and to as sure his death drove his bayonet clean through his body nnd left it there ac tually pinning him to time ground His death scorned assured Afterward a rainstorm came up which revived utra and ho eventually crawled off In the darkness and llVed to lead the fir ing lino In the Custer anti Reno lights Years after I saw the evidence of tho wound In his stomach This Montana winter almost contln ually below zero and at times so colt that tho mercury froze solid tried the soldiers severely Tho whole equipment and clothing of tho soldiers had to be rearranged nut furs and buffalo robes deer hides and bearer skins pad to bo drawn upon from the trading ppsts on the Missouri nod from the agetides For instance replacedWwould take too long to relate so suf flo to say thmtt the winter campaign gtltYboldly ottnckcdJ Jliecorapiand with a aniOanJpSrtantt I tle Big Horn and was a demon in daring lie jjavo the command a most determined fight that nothing but the shrewdness of Miles won as it waged for hours the last part of the struggle being in a blinding snowstorm Several chiefs were killed and a big medicine man whom Indian super stition thought invincible dishearten ing his followers They fell back but Bear Coat as they lead nicknamed Miles kept up the pursuit persistently even with frost bitten troops nnd brcelllnUllmand who got in communication the risk of his life with Crazy atII convinced the wily chief that Miles meant what he said Surrender and go to tho agency or I will attack you every day and keep you awake at night This was finally consented to and Crazy Horse was made to accept Mllesl terms by his chiefs Nine hostages while be and 2000 of his wajrlgrs surrendered at the Hed Cloud and Spotted Tall agencies and 500 Cheycnucs under White Bull Two Mooiisanjl Jliinjp surrendered at the I Tongue river Crazy Horse fretted under the re straint of Camp Robinson and Infor mation showing that he was planning to leave the agency with some of tho worst of the disaffected It was thought best to arrest him This brought about n fight In Milch he was mortally wounded null died smilingly defying the whlto innn The Cheyoiinos who surrendered to Miles worn treated by him In such n brotherly manner that he eventually gained their affection and from among them enlisted a corps Hko tho old Pawnees on tho Platte ns scouts Miles winter campaign In short was effective The next May found Mlles after the Mlnnoconjous under Lamo Deer whom he followed with pack trains and no Jneuinbmnces lie surprised them on the Muddy nnd hind them completely surrounded while n dash by Lieutenant Casey had cut them off from their ponies He hoped to have them surrender without fur timer bloodshed White Bull the Cheyenne chief wns the medium Their response to this was a rifle Ibullet through tho firm and body of White Bull but the offer was a rain repeated and Lnme Deer and his warrior Iron Star accepted and approached but during the parley Lame Deer stepped back and deliberately fired nt the gener al whoso escape wns miraculous as his orderly who was directly behind him witS killed by the shot That settled time pence tanking und pumping It Into them began Lame Deer and Iron Star being among the first to fall The rest were killed captured or scattered Soon titter the events Just narrated a man I dearly loved and trusted who hind stood beside me at many n trying time had ridden many a weary ride and scouted with me under great diffi culties met his fate Jim White Buf falo Chips- A package of winter clothes had ar rived for mo by tho river route and in parting I bad given him my best overcoat a hat and other togs and his death for awhile caused the Indians to report that PeIIaHasKa that is my Indian name had fallen and in sev eral tribes there were held premature obituary rejoicings While sorrowing for Jim I was always proud that he made a good showing and that he brought honor to his western nickname which was given to him in a spirit of raillery by no less a person ngo than General Phil Sheridan him self I will let General Charles King who was present tell the story which ho has done in his history Campaigning With Crook This time it Is not my purpose to write of Buffalo Bill but for him of another whom Ive not yet named Iho last time we met Cody and I ho asked me to put In print a brief notice 3f a comrade who was vary dear to him and it shall be done now James White was his name a man little known cast of the Missouri but an tho plains he was Buffalo Bills shadow I had met him for the first time at MePhorson Station in tho Platto valley in 1871 when ho came tome with a horso and the simple Introduction that ho was a friend of Codys On many ji long days march after that White hrode by my silo along the 1 tc flanks of the column nnd I got to Know him well A simpler minded gentler frontiersman never lived Ho was modesty and courtesy combined conspicuous mainly because of two tr three unusual traits for his class ho never drank I never heard him swear and 110 man ever heard him He For years ho had been Codys faith ful follower half servant half pnrd1 ner lIe was Bills thins Achates Bill was his adoration They had been boys together nnd the hero worship of extreme youth was simply Intensified in the man He copied Bills dress his gait his carriage his speech every thing he could copy Poor honest hearted Chips I His story was a brief ono after we had launched out from where Cody left us to carry some dispatches for Terry Qhlps remained In his capacity as scout though he seemed sorely to miss I his pardncr It was Just two weeks after that we struck the Sioux at Slim Butte As the head of ut column Jogged In among the Jodgcs General Carr directed us to keep on down to face the t lutes to the south and Mills pointed to a ravine opening out Into time village with the warning Look out for that gully There arc Indians hidden In there and theyve knocked over somo of my men Everybody was too busy Just then to pay much attention Jo twp or threo r I aLrIChips sprang convulsively In the wounded Indians In a hole We were I sure of getting them when wanted placing n couple of sentinels SoI they could warn stragglers away its front we formed lino alongCrol11I south and west of the captured and got everything ready to l1IagoI attack we knew they would soon make In full force Half a dozen soldiers got permission to go over and Join in while the rest of us wore hungrily hunting about for something to eat The next thing wo heard was u volley from the ravine and saw the scouts and packers scat tering for cover One soldier held his groundshot dead Another moment nnd It became apparent that not ono or two but a dozen Indians were crouch- Ing somewhere In that narrow gorge and the move to tiet them out assumed proportions Lieutenant Clark of Gen oral Crooks start sprang into the en trance carbine in hand and a score of cavalrymen followed while the scouts and others went cautiously along either bank peering warily into the cave like darkness at time head A squad of newspaper correspondents led by that reckless Hibernian Fincrty of the Chi cago Times came tearing over pencil in hand all eagerness for items Just as u second volley came from the con cealed foe and three more of their as sailants dropped bleeding in their tracks Now our people were fairly aroused and officers and men by doz ens hurried to the scene The misty air rang with shots and the chances looked bail for those redskins Just nt this moment as I was running over from tho western side I caqght sight of Chips on the opposite crest All alone ho was cautiously making his way on hands and knees toward tho head of tho ravine where he could look down upon the Indians beneath As yet be was protected from their firo by tho bank itself his lean form distinctly outlined against the eastern sky Ho reached a stunted tree that grow on tho very edge of tho gorge and there ho halted brought his rifle close under his shoulder In readiness to aim and then raised himself slowly to bis feet lifted his head higher and higher as ho peered over Suddenly a quick eager light shone in his face a sharp movement of his rifle as thoughl he were about to raise it to the shoulder when bang a puff of white smoke floated up from tho head of tho ravine Chips sprang convulsively in the air clasping his hands to his breast and with one startled agonlz in cry Oh my God boysgoodby Bllll plunged heavily forward on his face down tho slope shot through tho heartTwo minutes more wJint Indians wero left alive were prisoners and that costly experience was at an end We burled poor Chips in tho deep ravine with our other dead nnd no scout was more universally mourned than Buffalo Bills follower and devoted friend Jim White m t lThe Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company I B F BEARD DIRECXQRS 1 President Capital 50000lliorris Eskridgo M II BEARD Surplus and Uii= G W Beard UlchnrdsonasRineliclooPAULl 00 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T1 Cloverport Kentucky nnnnnnnnnnnnnDnnnnnnnnnnc GOT AHEAD OF PITT The Ruse by Whiclj George III Out witted His Premier On Jan 10 1S05 tr MannersSut ton bishop of Norwich was giving n dinner party In his Windsor deanery when his butler Informed him that a gentleman wished particularly to see him but would not give his name Well I cant come now in the mid die of dinner said the bishop Beg pardon my lord but the gentleman Is very anxious to see you on Important business and the butler was so urgent that the bishop apolo gized to his company and went out The gentleman who would not be de nied proved to be King George III How dye do my lord said he Come to tell you that youre arch bishop of Canterburyarchbishop of Canterbury Dye acceptaccept Eh eh The bishop bowed low in token of acceptanceAll said his majesty Youve got a party see all their hats here Go back to them Good night Next morning Titt appeared at Wind sor castle to inform his majesty that Archbishop Moore had died the tiny be fore and to recommend the bishop of Lincoln Dr Pretyman for tho vacant primacyVery sorry very sorry indeed ntt said the king but I offered it to the bishop of Norwich lat night and he accepted Cant break my word Pitt was very angry but the deed I was done as time king meant it should be and so Dr MannersSuttou became archbishop of Canterbury nnd held the great ofllce for twentythree eventful years Michael McDOnagh in Cham bers Journal Kills WouldBe Slayer AppendicitiswithNew Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver gingthatpation Biliousness Chills Malaria Headache and Indigestion 25c at Severs Drug Store Clown Dogs In Demand There are dogs and dogs but not all dogs are fitted for clown work in the circus or n dog and pony show Clown dogs are a source of great amusement with the children and When n pup is found TJjIch has n keen sense of tho ridiculous ho is the ono for the sawdust ring Sometimes pups of no particular breed are found which fill the bill for harlequin roles and the circus mad Is glad to get them When a hu morous dog 1Is small and agile he is In gr eat demand ChlcacoNQW8 1q 0 1 r tV F Dr D B BeelerD- ENTIST 327 i Fourth Street LOUISVILLE KY t Will Be At CUSTER Monday Tuesdayand Wednesday March 22 23 and 24 ROSETTA Friday and Saturday March 26 and 27 IRVINGTON Monday Tuesday and Wednesday March 20 30 and 31 I LODIBURG Friday and Saturday April 2 and 3 STEPHENSBORT Tuesday and Wednesday Aprilll6nd7 t UNION STAR Thursday Friday and Saturday April 8 9 and 10i 1 USif Please remember the above dates and if you want first class dental work call on him 1 A Curious Structure On the road from Clifton downs to Avonmouth the traveler will pass In the Avon gorges a curious structure to bo which a singular tradition is attached relates the London Tatler The story is that a person named Cook about a in century ago was told by n gypsy In tho Leigh woods that his only son would be killed by a serpent before ho reach cd tho ago of twentyone To avert this ho built a high tower and shut his I son In the opmost room with the in tention Of secluding him there until tho = aC1cldentto room to crept from the fagot nud lilt tho boy BO that he tiled Therefore the tower was called Cooks Folly and that is its name to this day whatever Is the true explanation A Swollen Jaw is not pleasant Whether its caused by neuralgia toothache or accident Ballards Snow Liniment will reduce tha swelling and relieve thepaln The great and sure c refor rheuma tism outs burns bruisea scalds any and nil aches and pains SoW Jby A RR hipber i J J rwr1rcPr- actical Proof Yes my son I want you to makes yourself ambidextrous I want you tol able to use ono band just as skillSfully as you do the other Thats me dad I can lick any boy my class with either haitr3 i1lYork WorldII OxwOBBea- nth a iYou Haw+ Always Me BJgnaturo tZ 4- of I kSEEDSI1I Fresh Reliable Purer V pnJV i t 1nerltenteutilortIiernnrjwu I 0 SPEGIftl OFFER I IIwe1 llpkPrrbecnlidhh t 11Ie 1 pkI K4lf0rolof OJirr Z0 I pmt E rlj lrrwbd Pbfq 18r Ji tile tl Ifiavcrhtlrclwtii8h J rfrfotod in4 lO OMtf rtpadp- ekIi Ins rcemr ttwobore huourollectio 100 0G1311 JtotHt ptaokrordIlltnute it al q a i r fzi jr1i A GENTLEMAN FROM- MISSISSIPPI Continued from Page Two What will you do sho nsked now that you have given up tthis position Oh I cnn always go buck to news paper work he answered with out looking up The term news I paper work gave Carolina it shock forgotten hud been are porter Hero ho was turned loose with the know edge of this dual which she knew would bo popular material for newspapers to print She must gain still another point I can go lack to and she felt that ncwspapiruorl site had enough poe to win against him Im going to ask you still another favor she said Bud returned her look with a bitter smileWhatls it 1f You have learned abut thisthis land matter und Oh yesl I can guess You want mo to keep quiet about Itto hush It up a shade of scornIn his tone I only asked this so that you would not disgrace me she pleaded Disillusioned at last robbed of his lifelong optimism shorn of his Ideals even his love for he began to despise this beautiful misguided woman Halnes sat Token In spirit thinking how quickly the brightness of life fades to blackness Very well ho said sadly I sup pose tou arc Innocent Ill save you If theyre all your father toocrook- ed why shouldnt I be crooked All right I wont say anything- I only ask you not to disgrace me pleaded the girl You will promise thatIts IISheFather will bo coming back soon 1 Dont forget tlicrc some money coming ty ton she salt You wont want to see him HaInes rose No I wont want to see him Give him this note Ill have to como back while hes away fo clear up some things Goodby Halnes bowed and hurried from the room through n side doorway just as Senator Langdon camo In through the main entrance Bud Bud he called but tho sec retary did not halt Carolina Langdon stood with Haines note In her hand wondering at what Bbo had done She regretted having Jl1 become entangled In tho wars of men T In Washington Sho saw that the mans game was played too strongly tool furiously fast for most women to enter yet she rejoiced that the coveted fortune hnd not been lost Sho was I sorry that her means of saving It had nOt been less questionable She saw that ambition and honesty ambition and truth with difficulty follow tho sumo path- Senator Langdons taco was unusual ly grave as he came to greet Carolina Linos showed In his face that tho daughter had never noticed before She saw Norton and Randolph who bad followed him exchange significant glances jubilant glances and wondered what new development they bad maneuveredHes without a word the son ator sighed Well perhaps thats beet He left a noto for you said the girl handIng him the letter which Halnefl had given her Langdon opened It and read I am giving up the Job You can under Utand why The least said about It between us the hotter I am sorry Thats all BUD HAINES slowly ho read thin letter a second timeAnd ho way making tho best kind ef4 secretary i thought Divining that something against Hfllnes had been told her father Caro 11411 glanced at Norton T tpl jl your father how we caught Mr Hlae t ho spoke as an annyvet tQht- 7 C e G The girl was startled Sho had not thought that things would go this far 1 told him how Ilalilcs wanted to get In wilt land speculation scheme with Altucooln how Wo tricked him and ctutQht hurl with the goods when he made the proposition to me and how we forced him to confess Xou told father that gasped Caro lina Norton nodde- dI dont understand it said Lang don To think that ho was that kind SOIl Randolph now took his turn In the case against the secretary Wo were both here father I heard him Carolina heard him he said Didnt you Carolina Yes said the girl weakly I was here Then she turned abruptly I must go she said must go right away Mrs Holcomb Is waiting for meTho senator turned to his desk bent and discouraged- I suppose I should have taken a secretary who was a southerner and n gentleman Well Randolph youll have to act now Take this letter The young man sat down and took the following from the senators dIcta- tion Mr Haines SlrI qulto understand your feelings and tho Impossibility of your continuing In my employ The least said about It tho better I am sorry too WILLIAM II LANGDON You boys run away Ive got to think said the senator When tho pair had gone the old man drew tho letter to him and below his signature he added a postscript Dont forget theres some money coming to youWalking across tho room to leave he sighed He was making the best kind of a secretary To be Continued DeathBig Pond It wan n thrilling experience to MrsI Ida Soper to face death For severe lung trouble gave me Intense sufferingshe writes and several times nearly ceased my death All remedies failed and doctors said I was Incurable Then Ur Kings New Discovery brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives in Big Pond 1a It works wonders in coughs and colds Sore Lungs Hemorrhages LaQrrippe As thma Croup Whooping Cough and nil Bronchial affections COcnnd 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co- tt Seeking ReliefI Darby boarding a traln1 heard bQUt youh wife dylnTiin Whar yo gwlne now Ps off to join de Mormons lilt keeps one woman hustlln too much to support a heavy eatah ink mo Lire To speak or write Nature did not peremptorily order thee but to work she didCarlyl- eIOW ONE MAN SOLD HIS FARM A Minnesota Farmer success fully tries new longdis tance plan of selling FOURTEEN MEN IN SIX DIFFER ENT STATES WANT HIS PLACE Makes sale without aid of real estate agent and doesnt pay a cent commission Cuss Co Minnesota Special Correspond lheiiclIn Cuss County has succeeded In soiling It at his own price without the help n real estate agent and without paying a cent to commission lie could havo sold the faun fourteen times ovot as ho had that number of men after it In the coin se of a conversation with your correspondent ilrSt John said Yes I sold my farm without nny trou le and for the benefit of others who desire to sell I dont mind telling you just how it happened I had tried nil the usual methods of selling that Is by advertising la the local paper and tlrough local real estate men and had stout given up I concert1known hope of being able to sell when I happened to Rochester N Y who mako a business of had lug buyers for anything one wants to sell I wrote to these people for their plan and I received a letter from Mr Darbysiire the Presl lent of the Corporation together witn a copy of their booklet fully describing new and upto I unto method of bringing buyer and seller tOJ irethcr Their plan looked good to me and I sent Uham a description of my farm which they must have sent to prospective buyers oil over the country because 1 received no less than fourteen letters from men who wanted my place and these letters came from Iowa Illinois Missis sippi Wisconsin and Nebraska and other States outside of Minnesota You can imagine that with such a demand I had no trouble In making a sale and I sold my farm to a map In Iowa at my owniprice and whats more to the point I anyoneIconcern and I am delighted with the treatment they gave me they did everything for mo that they agreed to do and I never wouldhavo been nbla to sell so quickly without their assistance 3oause it is hard to sell through an agent and even If an agent does find a buyer you have to lHY n largo amount In commission system originatedbyheard of and ho seems to bo able to find buyers for nil kinds of properties no matter where thoy Are located Mr St Johns successIn selling his farm was iluo to reading a bjoklct issued by Leonard Incof Rochester N Y Thisbooklet tells of a new and successful method of Ending buyers for farms and real estate bust ness propertigs automobiles pntents andln fact slmost anything snhtble Pho Corporation lsst lag this book aronpt real estate agents and do ot accept a penny In commission sales mnde by their assistance Their plan of cutting out tho real estate agents has met with remarkable success and owners throughout tho country arc opporturllvto whofailedwhich iha agent placed upon the property killed tho Halo It is sold that Mr Leonard Derbyshire the president of this concern Is doing more to assist property owners to sell than all tho real estnto wishlurprico you d do well to wrf to Leonard Darby shire resident DePt 3013 Rochester N y ivin1i nbrief descrlpnpa ot the proncr for u 1It1dtfIlnJrhlm to send afrcucopy ofksglut expls ng his new ntetbod of tic tag J w i M y r The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so tlccep Manysuddeideaths I i r disrheart failure or apoplexy arc often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble iis al lowed toadvance thekidneypolson m cd blood will at tack thevitali organs causing catarrh of the bladder brickdust or sediment i the urine head ache backache lame back dizziness sleeplessness nervous tress or the kidneys themselves breakdown and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest by n proper treatment of the kidneys SwampRoot corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessityJ throughthethe night The mild and immediate effect remedyiscause of its remarkable health restoring anyoneSwampRooti sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells allj about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot and dont let a dealer selli you something in place of SwampRoot if you do you will be disappointed An Ignobla Use Washington Irving in Crayon Papers snys I was once at an evening entertainment given by the Duke of Wellington at Apsley House to Wit liam IV The duke had manifested l hIs admiration of his great adversary Napoleon by having portraits of himI in different parts of the house At the bottom of the grand staircase stood I the colossal statue of the emperor by Canovo It was of marble In the nn I eXItenlledI upstairs to the ball hind thrown thou shawls It was a singular office for the statue of Napoleon to perform In the mansion of the Duke of Welling ton Imperial Caesar doart and turned to clay etc This is th most dangerous time the year to catch cold and it is tho hardest time to cure it If you should taltea cold a tow doses of ionnedy B LHxaitve Cough Syrup will net very promptly Its laxative principle cores the cold by driving it from the Hvsteui by a gentlu bat natural notion of th bowel Children especially 1 lIce Ken nedys Laxative s it tastes good neatly like maple sngar It is sold by all druggists LATHAMS HOME RUN And How It Figured In Having Him Dubbed the Dude Charley ComIskey told the story Low Arlle Latham carne to be called the dude One spring during Lathams term service with the good old St Louis Browns said Comiskey he Jumped Into the opening game of the season and won us a victory by knocking out a home run In the last Inning Chr1 von der Abe from his place in the grand stand saw Arlie make his sensational f hit nnd naturally enthused After the game der boss president entered the clubhouse and In that peculiar dialect of his said to Latham Arlie my poy you must be glad that I Chris vas proud mlt you an I vlll show you vat my feelings Is by giving you the present of soraedlngs for you to wear on yourself Take disorder on mine own tailor an go anI dress up yourself Chris order on the tailor read something like this Glvo to Arlle der tlngs vat he buys an send to mo der bill Latham didnt do a thing on tho strength of that order but replenish h his wardrobe For three days In sue cession he showed up at tho ball par In a fine makeup and every suit of clothes was brand now On tho fourth day Chris got a bill from the clothing people for 100 Naturally ho sent for Latham and demanded an explanation Why Chris old pal said Lath theres nothing to explain Didnt you agree In that order you gave mo to pay for what I bought and haven II just begun to buy Why old pal have only got three suits and expectI to be measured for another this after noon Whats wrong Arne replied Von der Abe yo vas de ono infernal dude In do plzness I vlll din bill pay but you vlll yoursel go to der tailor an rait him explain vot I dink of der Impudence of you your self You sill also stop mlt do clothe- you now havo on an do no more ml such foolishness mlt der man vot pays your salary Arllc you vas one dude an If you play mlt any errors dls afternoon I vlll myself fine you aUI der boptlful clothes you have yourself bought From thatt day Latham became known to tho baseball world as th dude WHEN WRITING News Items to The News please sign your name and NOT A I Friend Then we know the Q1elsource r THE ELBE RIVER How the Stream Was Brought to an Even Slope and Current In tho beginning the Elbe like nay other river wandered at Its will now spreading out nmuiig a multitude of IJ lands now narrowing Into n short nnd crooked turn now widening over n shoal As n propcr beginning fur Itb1 correction of Ithis curt of Ithing the Prussians In U tie lemma style prepared a atop of the stream as It wins decided by a Kimplo mathematical cnl dilation how wide n channel 150 outers deep nt middle water could be- n with the exl tlii r How and then upoi the nmp In red hk cllmlmitlng all sharp turns drew In graceful rurves and long n nilxht ronchcn ropiudltTn dt- he existing hnnhs 1 two mnrly parnllo lines Indicating thin banks na th were Intended tto The engineer I u t tio head 0 the stream mud liuill in from the iij shore to the locution rhr red Iln tnniBvarae dikes ground silts ord nary contract Inn works Sometime whore they neemed to be ueedcd thev built long pirillel dikes exactly on tin new veil line Sometime thev wove hurdles and revetment inattreiwes of willow brush much as wo do nt limnct and sunk them on bats between the tips of the transverse dittos and then on the top of thorn set up upright sticks null wove wattle or basket fences of willow through thoni to make pens and Into these piled sand dredg cd from the stream to build up the shore Mile by mile they advanced dredging the river or letting It dredge Itself leaving no ends loose to ravel out gradually reducing the river to tu oven slope and current Boston Tran script It Saved His Leg All thought Id lose my leg writes J A SweriSon Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and well Infallible for Skin uptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils never Sores Burns Scalds Cuts nnd Piles 25c at Severs Drug Store SworerAn older of the kirk unsung found a 1little boy and his sister playing mnr bles on Sunday put his reproof In this form not n jiullcldw one for n child Boy do you know where children go who play marbles on Sabbath day dotmoto the field by the water below tho brigNo roared out the elder they go to hell and are burned The little fellow really shocked called to his sister Como awa Jcanlc Heros n man swearing aw ofully = Reminiscences of Dean Ram say Accidents will happen but the beatregnlated families keep Dr Thomas Electric Oil for such erne genoies It subdues the pain and helps the hurt His Dinner Guests ItIn n volume published In London Piccadilly to Pall Mall there Is this queer anecdote of the vagaries of so clal life In the capital Some years ago ofan eminent personage accepted or sug jested a dinner with n certain millIon- aire at that time comparatively 1m known The first guest to attire hay Ing explained to the butler that beings unacquainted with his host he would wait till some one else came who could Introduce him lingered In the haft The second was In the same prcdlca ment as wore the third fourth fifth and other guests up to the ninth who chanced to be the eminent personage himself Upon the dilemma being ex plnlned to hIm he cheerfully said Oh come along with me I will Introduce you all I know him Bad Backache kSuck agonies as some women suffer every noitk from backache II- Is It necessary No tt can be prevented and relieved when caused by female trouble by tak tag a medicine with specific cura organsIUevlng the congestion stopping the pale and building the organs and functions up to a proper state- n of health Try WINE OFt CARUUI WOMANS RELIEF fliI suffered for 15 years writes Mrs Iiialinda A Akers of Dasham Va with various female troubles Itdrew notehelp me so I took Cardul and now I feel like a new woman At All Druggists WRITS FOR FREB ADVICE eYnpI Tenn B 38 I I i For 4 Sprains rr Sloans Liniment is the best remedy for sprains and bruises It quiets the pain at once and can be applied to the tenderest part without hurting because it doesnt need to be rubbedall onlightly JandSloans Liniment germkillerheals poisonfromPrice 2uc10c anti 100 Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass USA Sloans book on borsea cattle sheep and poultry Bontfreo cowty 1IIto 1 FEthSEEDSFOB SALE I OatsIand Brick at Depot Hardinsburg Ky i HESTON WfflTWORTH CO t oocPt J r r o o 1 THE Fifth Avenii I i 1 HOTEL M Louisville KY rII PIKE CAMPBELL U I tllIt lriatw0 tst in Um olty imilclnat a tYdBl rui- nlv IIII mi sk tram the principal frt rpd i t murijt iud two blocks from Iin jriiMiit Miditrut I linn UM j 114 ha iloor to all parts f 11 ICvlry6nu tolL iud lean I iJIfii1 IIThe Carlsbad of America I French Lick and West Baden Springs Ind reached by direct line of the itNow I Southern Railway faLeave Evansvillo 7 20 am 2 20 pm B Rockport 7 15 am 2 15 pm Cunnelton 715 nm 215 pm I Tell City 725 am 222 pm Troy 7 35 nm 2 32 pm fiiArrive French Llckl0 20 am 5 45 pm Arrive West DadenI0 30 am 5 55 pm Daily Except Sunday B ROUND TRIP BATESLIMIT 30 DAYS lii Evansville to French Lick3 16 To West Badon3 20 Rockport 2 52 2 56 76gt TroyIt 2 44u 2 48 I E D Stratton P A Evansville IndI rsJ C Beam Jr A G P A St Louis Mo l3 fI8BJ BJ9IfL8ra Nice Neat Job Printing done at this office Give us yourI Next Order and be Satisfied a t trI n tt iiaii iiIe ie ttte- SS W II llowMKit President A B SKILMJAN Cashier 11 HontroOT VicePresidentCHAS BxituiAN AsstOoshlor j The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK tt Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 3 voryflatest equipment Io Interest paid on time deposits J Business great and small solicited I NII OO A49 lOtitlAv 0Dtrf9 rllrRl+ t t61 IitNt3k = 2 J L z4 1 R B PIERCE Proprietor Phones i1j1jAMERICAN PRODUCE CO j f jI General Commission Merchants i f n I 1 11 i 1 122 West Jefferson Street y 1 RRLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY H Strictly A Commission Business All Kinds of Country Produce y r 4Ac p j FOR SALE t A lot on the corner of Third and Huston Streets Cloverport Ivy being 100x125 feet and containing a largo frame dwell ing in good condition This property is known as tho old Murray property and is now occupied by Mr D C Ben ton Tne owners of this property are desirous of winding up their business and will sell the property for a bargain at terms to suit the purchaser Any ono interested should address SPALDING STITES PAUL JONES BLDG louisville Ky t l FARMERS INTEREST SEED CORN WHITE DENT YELLOW DENT Ears of Farmers Interest White and Yellow Dent Corn weigh 10 to 12 ounces average and easily yields 10 bushels per acre more than the average corn It is an ideal corn for this section Awarded 1000 premium t at the Omaha Exposition 1003 For sale by McGIothlan Piggott Irvington Ky Puce 150 per Bushel ij rIITake Your Prescriptions to I IRVINGTON PHARMACYlj ITilE IONLY CUTRATb DRUG STORE IN TilE COUNTY weIIIin our prescription work we use only ihe best drugs can buy on the market A few leaders at our store fur the next I wCtkIMorphine Tablets i gr per 1Cal Till per 100r 25 11 WiGum Opium per oz 40tfNSulphate per bottle W1l A 13 C and S Tablets per 100 35amtJml1Jlkwecd Cretan face powder box Powder 15can IIINyals 1Dimple Perfume ox 40 Household Ammonia pt 10 Dr Shoops One Night Cure box 50 raPOWOIS Ciirars 3 for 10eJII1islfe Chewing Gum 2 pkgs for 05 it HEADQUARTERS FOR NYAL REMEDIES Iin and Price our Goods itCome IPHARMACY I Ii CUTRATE DRUG STORE x IIRVINGTON KENTUCKY II MAIL ORDERS SOLICITEDI B1J liBgad r AUTpMor J I CFRS =ASSOttf IRVINGTON Beulah today Wednesday for Elfzabethtown the CraddockWadkins wedding Misses Hale LOUISVILLE AUTOMOBILE SHOW APRIL 15 16 17 HALF FARE RAILROAD RATES Exhibits of Latest Models Cars Parts Accessories Etc Chasses and Features KENTUCKY AUTO CO LONGEST BROS CO OLDS MOTOR WORKS JOHN MASON STRAUSS PRINCE WELLS CO HUBERT LEVY AUTO CO MILES AUTO CO REIUERS MOTOR CAR COI Miss Mudd will leave to attend t Eva Payne and Laura s i i othor Special have returned from Louisville where they spent a few days shopping Mrs T R Blythe and two childreni returned Sunday from Kirk where she has been the guest of her daughter Mrs Alviq Withers Mrs Nevvsora Gardner after being j o Ia the guest of her mother Mrs James Smith at Guston returned home Sat urdayMr and Mrs Will Cain and children of Louisville and Dr Keesor and little daughter of Stithton were visitors of Mr and Mrs A D Coleman last week Miss Mary Peyton after a several days visit In Louisville the guest ot relatives l and friends returned Saturday Contractor J K Bramlcttc has just closed a fine deal with the directors of storyIn drug store with an apartment above it Business willb cgin about tl first of the month Mr Alex Cent of Louisville was th guest of Miss Mary Peyton Sunday Mr 01 Hnzznrd of Louisville will give an organ recital at the Baptist church on the evening of April 3 at 8 oclock p m He will be assisted by Mrs Bardwell a talented musician an- by the local talent of the town Th public is cordially invited Miss Alberta Drury of Bewleyville passed through town Saturday to Brandenburg where she will be the rJguest of Mr and MM Moremen for several days Miss Rachel Mudd has returned alter spending last week in Louisville withI her sister Miss Iva Mudd Miss Margaret Stith of near Bewley ville is spending this week at the home of Mr and Mrs H B Head Mr Junious Foote left last week for Louisville to accept a poition as traveling salesman for the International Harvester Co- Remember the date of the organ re cital at the Baptist church on Saturday evening April 3 Quite a number from hero attended the Missionary Rally at Bewleyville Sunday Mr McCoy of Union Star was the guest of his sister Mrs Julius Sippel last week Those present at the services at the Baptist church on last Sunday evening GodIso by rence Murray of Cloverport Mrs C L Chamberlain spent Thursday in the city on a shopping tour I vist turned home boughtIof James King his two farms containing 33 acres for 10250 on last Saturday One farm is adjoining John Akers known as the Hardesty place and the other is about a mile from town o which farm Mr King lives Mr Ash craft will take possession at once Several were informally entertained at the home of the Misses McGIothlan I Tuesday evening J Local pride is a commendable virtue A man that does not boost home en terprises is either sore or sick J Irvington Pharmacy is right upto date in everything flip cut on drugs and everything iin the drug line at the Irvington Pb rII macyWe sell drugs at cut rate prices Ir vington Pharmacy Why pay 1 for patent medicines when you can buy them from us at 750II and 90 cents Irvington Pharmacy Ask your grocer for BEST flour The W F M S held their meeting with Mrs Coleman for March The have made Mrs R M Jolly a life mem ben for the past year and have a mem orial to Mrs Will Gardner deceased last June In dues pledges and freewill offerings the society has sent 0105 for Foreign Missions The Juvenile society sent 20 which makes a total of 80a for the women and children I from a church of eighty two members G N Lyddan weighed up to Harry Norton 2 car loads of cattle on Saturday the 27 averaging 13070 Ibs 630 per cwt and 40 hogs 0 55 Mr Norton shipped these cattle to StLouis They were put on feed of cotton seedI meal hulls and corn on Dec 1 1908 for 116 days and took on 301 Ibs average 1 This bunch of cattle is considered the best ever shipped from this county i The Aid society of the Methodist church held a most delightful meeting with Mrs Charlie Chamberlain There were fifteen members present and three new members were received Music was furnished by Mrs Piggott and Mrs Louis Jolly Mrs Heron read ntertainingly and the hostess served dainty luncheon and furnished some o the social features which gave much enjoyment 0 I IOASIJtOaXAB Boitid oflied Zf IRKIMr and Mrs John Limer and child ren went to Glendeane Sunday The Mattingly Bros are clearing ground for n dwelling house and barn to be built this spring Lon Jarboe has a little beauty in a two year old Lexington stallion He paid 300 for him and says he is going to make a 2000 horse out of himIJ A Wests building up quitea goocli trade on his old fashioned built meal i i fair lv MASSACHUSETTS MICHIGAN AND MI880UWt t f Ladles Representing These States Give Their Experience With Peru nJI Expressions of Gratitude for 1Dr tlartmans Advice A Fine Cough Remedy Stn I have often heard 1oruria praised seand it is more widely known hero than 1eany other medicine but I never know what a splendid medicine It really etvae until a few weeks ago when I ciiugfita bad cold which settled allovor mo The doctor wanted to proscribe but I told him I was going to try Pcrunn and sept for a bottlo and tried It- hI felt much bettor tho next morn ing and within five days I had not anyecoughI It tho finest cough rem edy n cSevere Throat Trouble Mrs Margretto Oasaway 212 B 17th St Kansas City Mo writes I had catarrh in the worst form Cancers ot the throat had eaten both palate and tonsils out and had commenced to cat In tile roofof my mouth The best specialist had given me up ThenJ commenced taking your medicine and will say four bottles completely cured me but I still keep it In the house and take It whenever I take cold Although a cold is rarely directly fatal yot It Is a most productive source of incurable disease Poruna operates directly to heal the inflamed mucous JO=I membraneset Colds and Catarrhal Troubles Mrs Nora Bigolow Box 207 Fremont Michigan writes Poruna is a wonderful remedy for catarrhal troubles lean scarcely find words to express to you my thanks for what your remedy has done for mo II was troubled with catarrh for along time and eight bottles of Peruna haven oared mo I can recommend it very highly to any ono troubled with catarrh I still keep Poruna in tho house and we all take it when we have a cold like our grandfathers use to carry home from the old water mills Ask your grocer for BEST flour Extensive preparations are being made for a tobacco crop in this section They say the crop will be held down to two acres to the land Shecran Bros Co report a good business A healthy man is a king in his town right an unhealthy than is annn happy slave Burdock Blood BItters builds up sound health keeps yon well SAMPLE Sunday school every Sunday evening at the M E church Mies Nannie Dowell of 11Iew Bethel is the guest of Mrs L D Dowell this week Mrs Eugene Haynes of Durant Ok lahoma is with her mother Mrs A 0 Hunter who is just recovering from an attack of Paralysis Clovis Walls run a nice raft of logs to Tell City last week Miss Bird Driskell of Harned is the guest of her sister Mrs Herman Nile Mrs Eugene Haynes will leave fcr her home at Durant Okla in afewdays N Instructive Interesting 1 I CORRECT ENGLISH II- i m i How to Use it I eD id to EnglishfX JOSEPHINE TURCK BAKER Editor CONTENTSt and tf Answers Shall and Will Should JH and Would flow to Use t Dictionty Pronunciation Century W ary Correct English in the Ji Home Correct English in them 1 School What to Say and What Not to Say Course in Grammar j j Course in Letter Writing and JjK Punctuation Business English for j the Business Man Compound WordsHow to Write Them Studies in English Literature SIll CORRECT Year AGENTS Send WANTEDII ilPleasomentlonpaper 1 I wt and Bronchial Diseases IStomach Rosa Perry Laughing poot Water and ai Has boon honored by her state and given a medal in recognition of her services Wife of Commander Freeman G Perry of P Chase G A R Post 03 and well known In G A H and society circles Home address 819 18th Avo N E Minneapolis Minn I have tried Peruna and found it an excellent tonic and euro for catarrh It is good for all catarrhal affections of tho stomach and all diseases loading to con sumption and bronchial troubles I bo Novo it to bo one of the best medicines on the market and thousands Ian testify to its euro with the same pleasure to the public that I can Gained Fifteen Pounds Mrs Cordla Brown R I D 4 Rogers vlllo Tonn writes that sho can safely recommend Peruna to all who are weak and run down that sho gained fifteen pounds while taking Poruna I I four I I i IJ f x No Mrs R F D1 I doctored I up all of well I all run anything 1 was such terrible pains my and I one Dr and advice said I how grateful I Dr Hartmans and Used according tho directions Pe runa willoften secure family against coughs pneumonia pleurisy and t bronchitis accompanied by her mother Mrs A C Hunter C E Springer has sold out his line of merchandise anti is going to the farm Wilbnrne Brown son Keith ate visiting relatives at Webster for H John Newton of Clovorpott the visitor of Miss Lillian Adkins SundayAsk grocer for Charles Morris sold lot of logs to Robert Fienchof Ammons week Eskridge OBryan have purchased the large store from O E Springer and willopen up a Still line Master Dxon Ahl Evansville is ex pected in a few days to be the of relatives fur nn ndefmito time Come out to the singing one and all every Tuesday Friday nights Wo say without hesitation that DaWitts Kidney and Pills uueqnal d tor weak kidneys baoK ache inflammation of the bladder and all nninury disorders Tbey are septic and act promptly in all oases weak baolr backache rheumatism and rheumatic pains Accept no substitute We sell and recommend them All dingglsts iIJRQNew StoreHouse New Stock Dry Goods Groceries Clothing- Notions Come nd us L C TAUL McQuady Kentucky AGENT FOR Homestead Fertilizer Life and Fire Insurance Basket and Fordsville Coal rI I- Jello t Recommend Peruna Very Highly for Catarrh Lost Sense of Smell Mrs John Moyora tfallotCreek O feiwrites havo boon a sufferer frond l chronic Catarrh for years and hant thereby lost tho sense of smell entlrelyi1 had of tho host physicians In thtt Vicinity without receiving any benefit i whateverNow j ff- I am onto moro a well woman find Porumi to bo tho best medicine 1m i tho world as It lies dole mo moro good than any physician could have donofor me My friends say look ton yearit younger 1 tell them that Peruna did i It cant thank you enough for 1oJtJifree advice j The Nasal Mucous Membrane The nasal mucous motnbranolaoheoC the most important mucous surfaces ofjj the body olnco the nerves of smell art distributed and tho slightest Im pairment of it lends at onco to a partial or complete loss of Catarrh is the most frequent oif itoiansomeut of this ihombrano This membrane 1 II continuous with tho lining of the throat oars and frontal slnnw V nasal Catarrh soon spreads to theparts unless cured promptly Paruna is the remedy in all stages of catarrh and Is often the remedy necessary except somo compll i tattoos exist But of course it takes moro time to cure cases of long standing especially in tho atrophic stage All Run Down Appetite j Thomas Hover Montague Mass writes As over a year without any relief and kept getting worse gave hope ever getting again was down could eat scarcely nervous and had In right side shoulder i happened to see of Hartmans booklets wrote to him for and followed It as he cannot express feel for kind advice Peruna to the colds and master few days was pleasant BEST flour a Nice last and of Spring Goods of guest and Bladder are of see bit etnell source and proper only IThoIA Convention play 3rd i The Republican Committee of Han cock county met in Hawesville Tues day afternoon and made a call for a convention nominate candidates for the various county offices to be voted for next November The call asks the voters to assemble to their various precincts at 130 on Saturday May 1st to select delegates to attend a countyI convention to be held in Hawesville Monday May 3rd this convention to select the various nominees of the party for the county offices Han cock Clarion a Race Suicide is not nearly the menace co inoreaso in population that deaths among infants are Eight out of ten of these deaths are directly or indirectly caused by bowel troubles Melbas Baby Elixir cures diarrnoea dysentary sour stow aoh and all infant ailments of this nature Jast the thing for teething babies Price 25o and boo per bottle Sold by A R Fisher o 121 iJAr i Magazines I Ladies Home Journalji MunseYi1 t Argosy American 111 Smart Set Red Book f McClure I Womans Nome Com J panion J Success On sale at theftNEWS OFFICE Cloverport Kentucky gJ I r J I 1JJ