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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tJUJ n I If cj iIj THE BRECKENRIDGENEWSJ II HTII ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT J IN t iiYOLo XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL Y1909 8 Pate wf 39 Big Crop Means ijijf1j X Ruin of Farmers ij I y 6 6President Berry Urges Reduction of Acreage Asks Growers I to Heed Warning r+i WOULD FORCE PRICES DOWN V r V5l f Declares that More Tobacco Canvas r Has Been Purchased Than Ever Before To the Tobacco Growers of theI Green Rivtr District Will you heed a word of warning c and let common sense guide you or are you willing to act like mad men nndI destroy the work of five years of organII ization Just what each of you will do indi vidually all of you will do collectively J Will you individually plant a big crop I of tobacco hoping that your neighbors 4 4willplant a small crop We all think pretty much alike so just what you do I e you can depend upon your neghbor doing also Does any sensible man 1 think we can maintain the maximum t price of9 fl1 3 in the face of an Overwhelming surplus such we will I surely have if we only carry out the proposed plans that have already been made for the crop Let us do not deceive ourselves and look for Providence to help us out 6f a bad fix if we with our eyes open get into one for Providence helps those who help themselves There is not any doubt that there is an effort being made for a big crop of tobacco If there is just look at the iitrempty houses in Owensboro the numbers of wagon loads of furniture and people moving to the country See the t hillside and fence rows covered white 1 canvAs See the number of people coming to town hunting for more can vas Every merchant will tell you that more canvas has been sold than ever before Will you in spite of all this t preparation for a tobacco crop and the certain consequences of a big crop plant such in the face of what you must know well to be the result It Is not yet too late Will you turn back 1 and plant a moderate crop and let us 1 maintain the present prices or will you madly rush to certain destruction You have again honored me to lead 1 you but I am only human and alt theii offorts of mine and those who have been chosen to assist me will be for naught if you do not act rationally and cut down the contemplated crop I tell you frankly that no organiza tion can live in the ace of thecontemtt i plated crop and the surplus Surplus that great bugaboo of low prices who 1 is to carry it The buyers will jf they can get the price low enough Certainly 1 our j lan of selling is an admirable 1 one but the plan that five had fin the be ginning of organization was an 1nI popula one for it made us carry Ourt f own surplus of least a part of us had f to c11it ntir we could not todayf 1 get people to pledge to a plan other than for full pay oh delivery The sentiment for 10000 hills less tobacco and a pro fitable price is overwhelming in the Green River district The little farmer h w back on the hills may not be as smart on every proposition as his brother farmer On the rich level lands but He I has tasted more keenly theeffect of low prices and is smart enough to know r that a big crop by everybody will also mean a small price to evelybodyr You On your rich level farms do notii have to depend on tobacco but can compete with the great Westiri the A growing of wheatcorn hogs 11andcan get a modest living out of a patch of tobacco but if h6 had to compete with the West in the growing of wheatI corn and other crops ha would soon be driven to starvationtr The little farmer in not asking that She big farmer quit entirely growing r tobacco but he is begging his more ii- I fortinatp brother to limit his crop and do his share of keeping down Ube crops that the price will remain profitable Looking over the prices of farm crops exceptionmain good because there is no extraor dinary effort to ov rplantl any crop but tobacco 11 n Tobacco is not the only crop that will pay Is that true If so then let us cut down our contemplated tobacco acreage and pay more attention to other crops- I wish also to sound a word of warning in regard to the growing of the one sucker typo of tobacco In 1908 the demand for tobacco was such that there was little objection for onesucker b y the buyers But if we have only 1 moderate sized crop one sucker iis bound to sell for less money than the broad leaf Green River In the first place in stemming onesucker it looses 50 per cent as the stem is very large Then the uses to which one sucker are adopted are limited on account of the coarse fiber of ribs There are som sections namely the upper Cumber land district that grow is to perfection The soil of the Green River district iis not adapted to its growthand the other districts will produce all the market re quires The people of the Green River dis trict will make a serious mistake if they plant onesucker Our soil produces a superior Green river and we have a de jnand for our type pf tobacco and iit would be foolish for our people to pro duce a tobacco the trade does not want and that will not sell for as much a Green River Occupying the position that 1 do and wishing to Serve the peo ple of the Green River district in the best possible way I deem it my duty to address this letter to you Very truly I yours HENRY S BERRY CURES INDIGESTION All Distress From Stomach AndI Indigestion Vanishes In Five Minutes Take vour sour stomachor maybe you call it Indigestion Dyspepsia Gastritis or Catarrh of Stomach it doesnt mattertake your stomach troubl- right with you to your Pharmacist and ask him to open a oOcent case of Papes Diapepsin and let you eat one 22grainI Triangule and see if within five minutes there is left any trace of your stpmach miseryThe correct name for your trouble iisI Food Fermentation food souring th Digestive organs become weak there iis lack of gastric juice your food is only half digested sand you become affected with loss of appetite pressure and fullness after eating vomiting nause- aheatburngriping in bowels tenderness in the pit of stomach bad taste iin mouth constipation pain in limbs sleeplessness belching of gas bIlIous- ness sick headache nervousness dizziness and many other similar symptoms- If your appetite is fickle and nothing tempts you or you belch gas or if you feel bloated after eating or your food lies like a lump of lead in your stomach you can make up your mind that at the bottom of all this there is but one cause fermentation of undigested foodij Prove to yourself after your next meal that your stomach is as good as any that there is nothing really wrong Stop this fermentation and begin eating what you want without fear of discom ort or misery Almost instant relies is waiting for you It is merely a matter of how soon you take a little Dlapep fin Robbed tljree Times j Mrs B ZirckeU of Louisville has been in this city visiting several days Mr and Mrs Zirckell and family formerly lived in Cldverport and have Erlends bore ho enjoy dher visit The ZirckoWa are quite popular in Louisville especially among the theives Mrs Zirckohs aid they had beenrobbedthree limes and each tUne several valuables and quite a little gain in money ALDXANDER BOYD DEAD I i Alexander Boyd a former resident of his city died at the homo of his daughter Mrs G W Rial of Owensboro last Saturday His scalar was duo to infirmities of old age Mr Boyd was a native of Georgia and 70 years old He was a member of the Methodist church and the Knights- of Honor The surviving members of the family are H C Boyd of New York Mrs Chas P Babbage of Lou isville Djrs G W Rial and Frank Boyd Qwensbqro His remains were taken to Jefterson ville Monday for burial v f roc of r5 tI n MRS FRAIZE Found An Indian Tomb In Florida On Which Was Carved A Most Interesting Inscription In speaking of her trip south thI winter Mrs Fraize said recently to News representative Florida Is a land of many colors and beauties a rainbow land of green palms red poin settias blue water white beeches and yellow oranges In wandering aroun seeing many relics of the early Spanis- in Florida near the old City Gnesof St Augustine with two adjoining fragra meats of the old City wall I found the following unique inscription mark on an old Indian grnveeAs I read it Mrs Fraize contipued I wondered i this was the native Indian that met the white man the noble Ponce De Leone who set foot upon the Florida land nearly four hundred years ago when there was supposed to be a magical1I spring of water which gave to these who drank of it the power to wlthI stand death and the ravages of time The fountain of eternal youth off course was too wonderful to be true i but there truly is today a spirit of tranquility iin the caressing air and iini i the perpetual verdue ot the orange groves flowers and palms The in scription of which Mrs Fraize mentioned is herewith published as it appears on the Indian tomb This very elaborate Pile tIs ereckted in memory of TolomatO A semnole Ingine cheif Whpse wig warn studs on IThis spot and surroundings Wee chords his memory As he was a good hearted cheif Ho would not tuko your Scalp without you begged him to J Do So or pade him sum munny He always akted more like A Chriethun v Gentlemanthnn a Savage Ingine Let him RIPM- rs Fraize and her sister Miss Jennie Varfield both have some mpg t interesting stories of their winter visitt thene1I too They met many very entertain lug people and their stay was thorough ly enjoyable in St Augustine Dr Thomas Electric Oil is the best remedy for that often fatall disease Icroup Has been used with success in LeJ WhStcacre Buffalo N Y Miss Gilliland Sings I At the B Y P U meeting Sunday night at the Baptist church Miss Zyl phia Gillilland sang very sweetly Face to Face Miss Gilliland has a- very I rich voice and some time ago Mrs L T Reid was attracted by its rarei quality Mrs Reid at once becamei interested in theyoung liras talent and I for three months has been giving her some careful vocal trainipg Mis- sGilltlands friends wish her much sue cess and anticipate a bright future for 1 her in the musical world Easter Services at laic Methodist Church Sunday School atOt3Q a m EastcrsermOn and Communion t lla m- Epwortll x League rvlce 846 p m Eastcrsongservice at 730 pm oo o MethodistsJ Get on the honor roll Hare your offering in the hands of your pastor by 1 next Sunday night Tile little envelope sent you axplaltis itself 1 t4 of Pound a Week jj- YOUnpjnqyouehtto t f 1 not thores something wrong with its 1 digestion Give it HcGhe as Bab Elixir andit will 1 begingafntng a j once Cures stomaoh and bowel troublesl aids digestion strops fretfulness godd for teething babiesi Price 25aud 50 cents 7Sold by A R Fisher Pleasantly Entertained i t Mr and Mrs Roscoe Severs of thisi city entertained at dinner last Sunday evening Mr H P Dehnis of Richmond Va constructing engineer of JohnMcCueengineer and Mr John D Babbage Jr of American Typo Founders Co Cincinnati Ohio The dinner was delightfully served in courses and theI Easterjt1ow v ARBOR DAY CELE RATED AT C H S Appropriate Exercises Held And Four Trees Planted Friday Afternoon By Teachers PupilsaPROF WROE MAKES SnORT TALK ofdthehi High quite a little interest was aroused over the oc casion among the pupils and suitable exercises were held Prof Wroe made an appropriate talk in which he said tofyard and appreciate more the wJrks of nature The Freshmen Saphomor Juniors and Senior classes each planted a tree Andrew Ashby Mike Tucker Randall Weatherholt sail Wilbur Chapin mem bers of the Freshmen class can claim the praise for furnishing the trees The mnkfi j andfi years treasures in the schoolyard HARDINSBURG sDrsdaughterMissiMrs D R Murray Sunday Miss j BowlingGreenGreenMr and Mrs Luke Reeves have returned 1 to Hirdinsburgf after an ab sence of several weeks in Louisville Mrs Moredock who has been spend lag the winter in the South arrived 1 last week to visit her daughter Mrs George Evans George Evans who left several days ago has decided to locate at Lexing 1 ton Miss His family are getting iready to join him and will probably 1 leave for Mississippi the last of this- t week- t B F Beard and Mrs Percy M Beard who have been spending the winter in Florida started homeward Monday With stops At Chattanooga and at Burgin Ky they are expected to Saturdaytwere in town Saturday night en route SundayindaysinPave and Jess Walls and Willie Chambllss left Monday for the West ern State Normal at Bowling Green Rev Cline and Dr Matner are al ternately preaching each night of this week The weeks services were begun Monday night with Rev Clines sermon at the M E Church South Thursday Friday and Saturday nights the services will be held inthe M E Church The Fiscal Court met yesterday to sMarriage Licenses W A Evans Miriam Embry Jas H Morris Oma Kennedy Park Divans Maggie F Sipes Ira Simmons Cora Chambllss Misses Judith and Carrio Walls en tered M DriskdUs school in Harned Monday Sheriff Milt Miller has been sickl several days Miss Miry Franklin Pears delightfully entertained on the evening of April 1st 4 Chapman Moorman was in Stephens port Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs R A Shellman They will shortly move to Hardinsburg occupying Mr Moor fauns house W EL Board of Lakeland is with his father Judge Milton Board who is not so well Dfoormanfwere at Lexingrton on poll tlcal business herett Mon day for MarUnsvllle Indiana where ire goes hi fprther Search of health Rev Weller of Nelson county filled the Baptist pulpit here Sunday No one has ycff been called to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Rev English Arthur Beard anal Vic t Robertson were in Louisville last week attending Hudsons horse sale Id Rather Die hector than have my foot cut off said M L Bingham of Princeville Ill but youll die tram gangrene which had eaten a way eighlof his toes if you dont usedBucklensIts cures of Eczema Fever Sores oils Burns and Pile aftound the world cents at Severs Drug store healthI 1oyqi1BaJcinffPowderA6soJratelyPrrre It is economy to use Royal Baking Powder It saves labor health Where the best food is required no other baking powder or agent can take the place or do the work of Royal Baking Powder A SUCCESSFUL CITIZEN JESSE M HOWARD IIIPossibly there is not a man in Breck enridge count who has been as successful In all his undertakings as Jesto M j Howard of Glendeane He is one of t our best farmers and is an excellent and I reliable business man In all his adven I tures he has been most unselfish which VAS clearly shown In his work for the Breckouridge Fair For the laot two I years he has beeu one of the Fairs prime promoters and when he dropped I his office asa director there was much I regret among the citizens of the county Mr Howard never leaves a stone Unturned for the welfare of Giomleane I where he has been operator for the Dean I Tie Company and an active member ofII the firm of Moorman Howard Were the county to he surveyed from corner to cornir there could be fund no u n STEAL A M RCII Charles Robertson And Plugs Dixie Bailey Prominent Young People Elope To Evansviile To Tie Their Hearts Last Sunday night Charles Robert son of Glemleane arid Misj Dixie Bailey of Vanzant arrived here ard spent a few hours with Mr and Mrs Procter Keith Just before the westbound passenger train No 115was duq thej let the cat out of the bas and made known their secret to Mr Kolth At eleven oclock they loft for Evansviile where they wore united in marriage Monday morning at nine returned to this tity on the afternoon train and were entertained at the Keith home until Tuesday morn ing when they left for their home at Glendane The bride and groom drove one of the handsomest rigs in Breckenridge county and Mr Robertson said he had been offered two hundred dollars several times for his horseMr and Mrs Robertson are popular young people and are members of prominent families DIES IN OWENSBORO Henry McCubblns died in Owensboro Saturday April 5of kidney trouble He leaves a wife and two children His brother Isaac McCubbins of Union Star Went down to attend his funeral Yi E GRAPES from their most ful properties give active and principal andmoney leavening oclockThey itjiter Senatorial timber than Jesse Mv Howard but to gett Mr Howard to run for such a lace would be a harder job than 10 elect him However the cow iltmetit is due him and has been uttered y his many friends Mr Howard is not a politician nor an ffico setker lIe is a Democrat but not a partizan lie is jnSc a plain all round good citizen a man that every Kxly likes and respects social genial li htjued honor ibl and full of good vil1 for his fellows and his community Ie iin energetic enterprizing and pro gressive and always ready and wining to do his part in matters of public or private interests The News wishes there were more such men at Jesse Howard u I A BRIDE SPRAINS 7 i HER ANKLES s While rhanging frim one tia 1oanother a few sat s iol a bride wrtvnfe 11 od her ankle verv baiily Sin vafeNjia scuetitnCforswellingi rapidly One of her feUow passengers brought tier a ho te Off Sloans Liniment Tile LiniuuitrtstqjJv lied the pain at oner and took down the swelling and the next dos her ankle was almost as tronf as over Mr L Rowland Hi hopof Seranlon Pa saysOn the Tihof this present mouth as I tvas leap iag till building at noon for lunch I slipped and fell spraining my wrist I returned in the afternoon and at four oclock I could not hold a pencil in my hand Ire turned home at five Qclock and pur chased a bottle of Sloans Liniment and used it five or six times before I went to bed and the next day I was able to go to vdrlc and use my hand as usual I thought sure I would be J laid up and as we are busy I teas very much worried I cheerfully record mend Sloans Liniment to all persons who may injure themselves In any way- LAYING STEEL Master Mechanic P D Plank was over at Mitchell Saturday looking over the work of laying steel on t1eMadl sonville road at that point He says everything is progressing nicely and about three miles of steel have been put- down e b u sr i Gij T + et- ewrI T rw N Nt tt 11 r n1I1 I N11E i MTllNgwat w tl +l aIt f 1D kGf 1 I t01 III X101= III r01 IIQ- f II tt 0 li BESTI a irihasi the cream blend flavor Cream L II I blend flour flour In bfcyingflour its III a j always BEST to select a brand of n established quality It is bESTUbecause it has cream blend i BEST because it is a perfect flourt It is BEST because it has been I k weighed in the balance and has al ways met the requirements in the r 0best homes It is BEST because 0 it is made of the choicest winter wheat and invarably makes the T most delibiour and nurishing bread rolls biscuits cakes pastries Etc E Ask your grocer for Lewisport rImsnj i nI IBESTFLOUR Y JI nIi Iiandhave no othej 1 1 E FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING GROCERS 0 s Q 0 LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY g lillLEWISPORT KENTUCKY Illi uQ01JOilIU Q01 III l rr 111 JN tllJfJN t IItO EXPECTED ANDII1 uu25 RECEIVED- I I expected a 10 increase and received 25 Not so bad I This letter shows the Business Mans view of graduates of Bookkeeping add Shorthand course Lour We will teach you actual practice Bookke ping and hand in 28 weeks and guarantee you a position Calls the past week for two at 40 two at f5O two at 05 ShortII 1 4at100 a munch Day and Night School Enroll now Get a f25 I Call phone or write for NEW SPECIAL OFFER and list of t Clarks graduates THE School GROWING of BusinessII t KYr I Home 2330 Climb S 939 0tt Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees i If you do you may find lust what you need in this department 1Jf you are interest od in any of tho following proprieties write us at once for owners I name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has tho very property you are looking for productiverand fair in price t Do You Want to Sell your farm or business1111 you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller togethers This department is conducted lelJ for the purpose ofenablingt buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales J 4 Jno D Babbacier Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good willetc Annual stIes 5000 to 6000 a year post office in connection which pays 1 about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here I a fine opportunity for a man with goodBusinessJNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky J7 950 32Hcros on HardlnsburR ttnd f Lulls of Sinking road a miles onestorydwellhigsblacksmith shop nil necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 123 acres in timber white oak block oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of Rood water tho year round Onethird cash and l Rood easy terms on balancea A l Ccnr 76 acres situated IIK miles from POUU Holt Joins Oabu Pierce Ridge land I In Rood fthapo toad fondue one good dwul llus house 3 roomy 1 good cistern 1 barn pondsFlitsacres In timber white auk sugar tree and bcoch balance cleared Plenty of Rood fruit Good road to StuphensportaK miles gad Rood road to Hof 1V4 miles This farm Is not worn out It Is Rood land and In good Jlx Just the farm for u man with a small family Two room cottage on Murray Avenue Well located KonLs for So pur month S l 750l acres on HardlnsburR and milesfrombeechtimbertimberIleechbehauledLImestoneland yearroundeasy payments FOR SALE A farm containing 25Oacres and under fence A nice cottage cf fivet i1upeachtreesI all kinds of small fruits Including u nice vinyard of choicest grapes 200 acres cleared balance In woods 125 ucre In grass seven Rro ves of black locust HUtHclont for POts tc wire tho whole farm In It lies near Kkroc utlong1 OU rEA stand for 1andlIy good llrosperous farmers This is Just the place for some young physician to step Into a good practice and u Stood drug business An old established physician wants to retire Is the reason for soiling Kor further partlc ulars address JNO U BABBAGE Cloyer iItport Kvtl= I rRURAL TELEPHONES I k Mr Farmer arc you interested I If so call on the x kkmanager of tho Cumberland Telephone TelegraphtCompany and have him explain the special Farjf fnlors Line ratefhf CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE ofLEGRAPH COMPANY h r h h t r A GentlemanIl From Mississippi By THOMAS A WISE flodclizcd From the Play by FrederIc 3t Too mbr COPYRIGHT 1009 nY THOMAS A WISH II CHAPTER XVI A KESCUfc IN TILE NICK OF TIME ATER in that never to be forgotten day Bud IWlnes ventured bath to hIs desk In tho committee room after first ascertaining that Senator Lnugdon would not re turn Some of the senators papers must bo straightened out and he want ed personal documents of his own Tho secretary regretfully sorrowful ly performed these final duties and found himself stopping at various in tervals to try to explain to himself how he had been deceived in both tho Lang dons father and daughter He had to give up both problems To him nei ther was explainable Ive known enough senators to know that Id never meet an honest one he muttered But as to women well theres too much carefully selected wisdom in their innocence to suit me This cynic now born from tho shell of the chronic idealist that was sud denly was disturbed in his ruminations by a sound at the door Looking up he saw Hope Georgia Langdon stand Ing shyly embarrassed in the main entranceMr she said timidly Bud Jumped to his feet Yes Miss nope Georgia AB the senators younger daughter came toward him ho noticed that she was excited over something and for a newly made cynic he took altogether 00 much notice of her youthful beauty her fresh rosy complexion and her dancing sparkling eyes The thought occurred to him What a woman she will make if she doesnt imitate her sisterI couldnt let you go Mr nalnes without telling you goodby and letting uyou ltnow that- no matter what the others say I dont think there has been any thing wrong Before Haines could reply the young girl rush ed on excitedly Thats why I came I know fa ther and Caro linn wont like it they wont tijIIcouldnt let you think Its nIce but I wanted to say to you that I dontIthink one ought to believe things against one youve liked and trusted You think one ought not snidI flames So do I but In this caseIthe proofs were very strong WhtIIL are you going to do when people you cant doubt pledge their word The girl tossed her head Well the only ones word Id like to tao would be the person accused know Im only a girl Mr flames and Im not grown up but youvo made a mistake Do try to clear things up Why dont you see father and talk to him Please do Mr HaInes Little realizing that the girl was speaking in his own favor for he knew not the need for such speaking he believed her to bo defending her father lie grasped her hands Impulsively You have grown up very much you came to the capital havent you he said And you arc right Mss Hope I ought to have known even when the facts were against him that your father couldnt have been l really crooked lie cant be i Hope Langdons face flushed indlg Iiiantly Father crooked Who said so Who dared say that she exclaimed Why they told me he had sold out on the Altacoola bill They said hegwas trying to make money on Alta coola Tints why I quit Tho flame of anger still was spread on the girls face They said that she exclaimed Then they lied They sold you were crooked one Why father thinks sold out on Altacoola They said you were trying to mako money on that navy yard What They said I was crooked I Haines fairly shouted Ho rushed around the test and caught the girl both hands I see it he cried I see itTheres something Im not just on to ou thought it was I your father thinks Of course exclaimed Hope quitett as excited as heiI couldnt Jjellevo Thatp why I camo back to get soulj explain I wanted you to disprove the charge I should say I would cried tho secretaryI it I know 1tI They couldnt make me believe anything against you knew you were all I thought you Oh Mr Haines prove you are that for myThen Hope Georgia abruptly stopped Slit had lost her head and in he enthusiasm of the moment had revealed her real feelings something she would never do presumably when j she grew more wise in the ways qf women Sho suddenly thrust Haines hRl1clsIj I tromheriown and stood staring at kiln wondering wonderlng iif ho had ru U i j r i 11 strangely enough under the circum stances the girl was the first to recover and break the awkward silence Conlo to our house tonight Mr Halncs Theres to be a dinner and a Hope Georgia Lamgflon girlish and vbf vacloiit musicale as you know but that wont matter No matter who says no I promise you that you shall POO father There shall be an explanation Thank you Miss Hope You dont realize all youvo done for me said Bud seriously Its a wonderful thing to find u girl who believes in a man Youvo taught me a lot Miss Hope Thank you Goodby Mr HaInes Come to night she said as she turned and hur ried away Bud IIaines stood looking after her thoughtfullyWhat stunning girl she Isl Ive seemed to overlook her with the rush of events and Carolina he murmur ed softly Wo never were such very great friends yet she believes in me What a beauty she Isl A messenger boy broke in on Ills musings with a letter for Senator Laugdon marked Important Guess Im secretary enough yet to answer this he thought tearing It openGreat heavens he exclaimed as he read it Heres tho chance to get to the bottom of this Altacoola proposi ion Its from Peabody Hnines rend the following Dear Senator LangUon I am going to Philadelphia tonight Urgent call from a company for which I am counsel so I probably wont bo able to confer with you regarding the committees choice for the naval base nut I know you are for Alta coola and trust to you to do all you can for that site 1 of course consider the matter definitely settled This situation will enable Langdon to bluff Peabody and draw out of him all the inside of tho Altacoola business ought to anyway Guess sumo Gulf City talk will smoke him out Halncs rushed out and across the hall to reappear literally hauling in a stenographer by the scruff of the neck Here you take this dictationrecordt- ime ho cried Senator Horatio Peabody Louts Napoleon Hotel You are going to Philadelphia tonight I know leaving the report on the naval base to mo I have just come on various aspects of the situation Which make mo Incline very favorably toward Gulf City am looking Into the matter and of course shall act according to my best judgment That Is what you will want me to do I know Sincerely yours WILLIAM IL LANGDON- I dont think Senator Peabody will o to Philadelphia tonight laughed Haines grimly as he addressed the envelope and I think that when tho boss of the senate hurries around to the Langdon house Instead there will be more than one kind of music more than ono kind of food eat enperhaps crow before tho evenY7 Is over Here where I rcaignlug I hatesesBud rushed to the door to look up a messenger Its all In Langdons hands now ho Ilcros where I resign my posi ns United States senator CHAPTER XVII TIlE CONSMHATOnS OUTWITTED LANGDONS dinners SENATOR won popularity in Invitations to bythoBrought hii old Mississippi cook from the plantation whoso southern dishes had caused the secretary of state hiin self to nmte the senntor an offer for tli Phofs services No use bidding for old Oonoral Washington said the senator on that notable occaslonIIe wouldnt lleave my kitchen sir evi n to nccQpt tlje presidency Itself Why I couldnt even discharge him If J I wanted io I tried Jo sat htln go oiice otir t sir find the old general tuiulo ine feel so ashamed of myself that I actually cried I sir Pcabody ahd Stevens were the dinner guests tonight as they were td con fer afterward with Langdou and settle on the action of the navalI affairs com mittee regarding the naval base The three being a majority could control tho action of tho committee Senator Peabody had finally post poned leaving for Philadelphia until the midnight train in order to be pres tnt ho assured Langdon as the trio entered tho library rue girls Norton and Randolph were left to oversee preparations for the prominent Wash lugtonians invited to attend tho niual calo to be given later in the evening Carolina and Hope Georgia were indistinctly different moods tho elder vivacious elated over tho bright out look for her future tho younger cast down and wearing a worried expres sion Norton and Randolph in jubilant spirit tried to cheer her and falling resorted to taunts about some imaginary lovo affair The courage of the afternoon which had enabled her to speak to flames ns sho had was gone girlish fears now swept over her as to the outcome of the evening Ilalncs had not cornel Was ho really guilty and had promised to come merely to get rid of her Why was ho late It he did come would she be ablo to have her father see him as she had promised If sho failed and she might sho would never see this young man again If I looked as unhappy as you Hope Id go to bed and not discourage our guests ns they arrive Carolina suggested Our floral decorations themusicalmost fashionable folks In Washington coming what more could you want Hope Isnt It perfectly glorious Why Mr Ilalncs Is below asking to see Senator Langdon announced a servant entering Oh I hueWhed come I knew itiI I know ill cried Hope Georgia In pure ecstasy clapping her hands The three plotters turned on the girl in anmscctnont then they stared at each other Mr Ilalucsl ejaculated Carolina Unities exclaimed Randolph hurriedly leaving the room flames sneered Norton Wo can toke care of him The senator wont see him Carolina caught the suggestion Tell Mr flames that Senator Lang t C I I brought him hack Father wilt want to sea him said Hopi don regrets that he cannot possibly receive him she directed CarolinaThero I arlng of protest and pain in Hope Georgias voice as she darted out of the door after the servant Whats the matter with that girl asked Norton trying to be calm Carolina shook her head I dont know Shes queer today I believe she imagines herself in love with Mr Haines Arent you afraid shell make troll bleTho other sister laughed confidently Little Hope make trouble Of course not It she does wo can always fright en her Into obedience The door reopened and Hope entered followed by Bud Haines The girls head was high her cheeks were red her eyes glittered ominously I brought him back Carolina she said coolly Father will want to seo him I know there has been some mistake Yes supplemented Bud there has been a decided mistake and I must refuse to accept the word that came to me from Senator Lnngdon Carolina Langdon drew herself up in her most dignified manner Im sorry Mr Haines but you must accept it she said Exactly seconded Norton Senator Langdon entirely declines to re ceive you I dont trust anything you say Congressman Norton and I may say also that I recognize no right of yours to Interfere in any affair between mo and the Langdon family Perhaps I can explain my right Mr Ilnlncs Norton said qoolly step ping beside Carolina I have just had the pleasure of announcing to Miss Hope Georgia Langdon my en gagement to Miss Carolina Langdon flames entirely unprepared for such a denouement shot n searching glance at Carolina Sho bowed her head Itt affirmationSo why you tried to ruin Continued on Page Seven Subscribe Now t 1 l 1 KIEL NEp COUCHAwn CURE THI LUNGSt WITH Dr1Kings New Discovery FOR COUCHS Triaue1F PRICE ee AND ALL THROATAND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOR OB MONEY REFUNDED J JJRE1 KEITH SON Dealers In GraniteMarble and StoneC- loverport Kentucky p r IFit is the surest and safest place you want to have your watch repaired go to T C LEWIS ho knows how and does as ho knows He hasono of finest uptodate collections of theII JEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest pries gold and silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Como ho is glad to welcome youand givo you satisfactionT LewisHome Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky L a r qIIa STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits find Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod erute prices Expert tailors em ployed J H HUNSCHE CasperMay CoCan eltonInd EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS II TR MPRRSDEsiausG 11COPYRIGHTS etc mayrintoklCommunleatlon atentsPateata ttoSCieuiifi an handsomely prostrated weekly Jrllll t clr l rotation of any eclontlUo journal Trine t3 a mUNN jnnrj rant four Coy F L toaYrkWashingtonN L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 143 Dally FastTraln leaves Oloverport 507 A M stops at Irvington West Point LoumvUJe725AMNo i42lailyMalandiOxpressleavesClo stationsprrjesTrain No 144Dally fast mall leaves Ole verport 458 pm stops at all way stations atLoutsvaieaccgmnto3atlon t WEST BOUND hstationsh amTrain f expresateavesoloverport1100 atlIaweavlll t rrlvtjJStboroStanley t Train No 143 Mall and Express dally ar rives Olaverport 748 1 m Evansville 1036 p in Stops at aU stations tralnleavCJICIoverporfl106t EavraayIBSOwensboro betweenLouisvillesleepingcars andStJPordsvilfe Branch EAST BOUND j leavesFordsvillea mTrain leaveFordsyllloPmTralnNoe Sunday only PordfvUio700 a m Irvluntpn gMa nf WESTBOUND leaversIrvingtOul1Q0am WPTm j arrives Fprdsvllle 1015 Di m v r U 8- y I J a An Extraordinary Annual Ca- shCLEARING SALE t 1 1 I n tt U t t J m rl7Q N M tl rm Cf t tu t t Io rlyf Vjff t 17 tb YLi J eiPt0 1 I l J14 fiiI r COMMENCING I I r And Continuing until Further Notice I 1r n r 1111 H pAllf Vj IVt yt f fit V i if 1ItjI Jf I1o It has been our custom for years after taking Invoice of Stock to clean out all ODDS AND ENDS of goods in broken lots sizes remnants etc in our different Departments to make room for new purchases coming in now This Spring Season finds us with more stock on hand than usual which is partly due to our large purchases the mild winter we had the flood and other drawbacks during last season Now rather than to carry these goods over which is contrary to our custom we have concluded to have a SPECIAL GRAND CLEARING SALE and for this pur pose especially we will cut the prices on these goods so low down that it will seem almost impossible for us to do it Ofcourse we lose money on such sales but we prefer to do so than to carry these goods over believing the first loss is the best loss COME SEE and be convinced yourself how we are dging this It will surely surprise you as it beats anything you eversaw or heard of Remember two things FIRST That the lots are small and the sizes not complete and SECONDThat only CASH or PRODUCE will go at this sale K j We are almost sure that these good offered at such ridiculously low prices will go quickly we therefore advise you to GET BUSY AT ONCE You could riot invest your money in anything which would paso well as an in vestment as at this SALE and the opportunity at wj JRSCHOPPSII I r r L Four General Department Stores A + v vI rM Clothing Dry Goods Notions Mens Furnishings Shoes Teats Hard 4 k ware Groceries EtcI f t I 0 tomGeneralAgent For 1to A ROYAL AMERICAN FENCING WIRE1- s oA Complete Undertaking EstablishmentI With Reasonable Prices i i Stephensport KentuckyIJ l tf q e q II t O t J J U I f yl rn a a y 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO II Issued Every NVednesdiiy t J SIb oription Trice 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIESk charged for at the rate of p cents per line Monoy r Inkdvanco t Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please S Y notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as wen as the now address EIGHT PAGESY CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY APRIL 7 1909 r I Things are moving and booming on the branch r Every farmer in Breokcnridgo county shouldrend and heed the letter of Henry S Berry published in this paper regarding the pros s sent crop of tobacco Jonas Lyons of Irvington heads the list of early corn planters He has planted 50 acres Ernest Henderson of the same neighbor hood iis second on the list with about 40 acres planted STEPHENSPORT Rev F R Roberts is out again after a few days illness Rev J F Winch ell was on the sick t list a few days last week Mrs F C Ferry and son of Louis I Iyulespent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs E N MillerMrs Nancye Dowell is improving at this writing c Mrs John Weisenberg of Clover port was the guest of her mother Mrs William Hanks last week Mrs L D Fox is on the sick list Mrs Godfrey Haswell and daughter Me have returned to their home inI 4HardinsburgMr and Mrs Fred Deickman ar rived O K in California and are c delighted with the country Saturday was a busy day with the merchants here A little ad not only helps one merchant but all of them R A Smith was at Addison Satur day looking after his business Mrs F C Eagen of Irvington spent a few days last week with her aunt Mrs Dr Nevitt Mrs MollieAdkisson returned homeJJ F from Moweaqua Ill after spending the winter there v Mrs R S Skillman is getting along very nicely at this writing Miss Irmine Warren was in town c Saturday shopping II Miss Bettie Allen is in the country for a few days with her brothercc Olden Dowell was in town one day j last week Mrs J N Alsopof Owensboro was a the guest of her mother Mrs John 1 Adair last week 1 Mrs Rhodes has returned to IrII 1 vlngton after a visit with her daugh ter Mrs Dr Nevitt Roy E Moorman of Hardinsburg was in our town one day last week il Mrs R A Shellman is able to be up 1 after several days illness Miss Lena Hensley left for her home 4aInHardinsburg last week after a few weeks stay with her aunt Mrs H S y Skillman 1 Mrs E T Fox is improving at this writingcI Mr T Smith is building a cottage on Main StII Mrs John Adair was in Louisville a few days last week shopping theiR truest of her sister Mrs R S r wan Little Miss Lillian Blaine came up from Cloverport Sunday and spent the day with her father Mr Dudley Ammons and Miss Mary g iji Instructive Interesting m- 9 I CORRECT ENGLISH I HI How to Use it If A Monthly Magazine Devoted to 1theuse of English m X JOSEPHINE TURCK BAKER Editor 3r J PARTIAL CONTENTS 1 ilfVJ The Correct Word Queries and r1tt 1 Answers Shall and Will Should i iIl J and Would How to Use Them Ai 1iPronunciation Century Diction ary Correct English in the m1 Jj Home Correct English in they I School What to Say and What i il f Not loSay Course in Grammar JH tl CoUrse in Letter Writing and V Punctuation Business English forii W the Business Man Compound l WordsHow to Write Them Studies in English Literature I AdBNTS WANTED 81 a Year Send lOc tor Sample Copy 1 CORRECT ENGLISH Chicago III I Please mention paper r 191 irr rTr r793 r3 1 a +r w 7fL J t0 H r =1 e Stewart of Ammons were married Thursday evening at the home of the bride Rev F R Roberts perform ed the ceremony 1001 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn that tbero Is at least ono dreaded dis ease that Rclcnco has been ablo to euro In all Its stages and that ls Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curo is the only positive euro now known to tho medical fraternity Catarrh being n con stitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Jails Catarrh Curo U taken In ternally actlcg directly upon tb bleed and mucous surfaces of tho system thereby de stroying tho foundation of tho disease and giving the patlont strength by building up the constitution und assisting nature In doing Its work The proprlolorsliuvudo much fulth in Its curative powers that they offer Ono Hun dred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Soldby Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation BIG SPRING inII J W Moorman spent several days Louisville last week v He accompanied his sister Miss Myrtle who had an operation for appendicitis She is getting along nicely Messrs Kemper and Ashcraft of Irv ington were here last Thursday on business I Jim Horned spent several days last week at Vine Grove He bought of Rob Davis his blacksmith shop and will take charge of it in September Mrs Lucinda Stith of Guston for merly of near here died suddenly Tues day morning and was buried here the following day The funeral services were conducted by Rev Hoskinson at the Methodist church of which she had been a member since she was eighteen years of age now eightyfive She leaves four sisters and a host of rein tives and friends to mcurn her loss Jack Collins bought of Taylor Casey last week the Doran Hicks shop for 1250 J T Morris is in Louisville this week I buying goodsIDr and Mrs Strotherof Owensboro I will spend Easter with his mother After the sixth of April we will have no more whisky Rev Hoskinson will fill his appoint ment here Saturday and Sunday On Sunday he desires to have as many male members present as can come He says so few men have been out So all come and tell your neighbors that their pastor wishes to meet them Eminent Authorities say that outdoor exercise is needed by the American People Thats all very well but how can people with rheumatism follow that advice The answer is very simpleuse Ballards Snow Liniment and the rheumatism will go leaving you as spry as a colt Gives quick and permanent relief from rheumatism neuralgia lame back and all pains Sold by A R- Asher COMMISSIONERS SALE i Breckinridge Circuit Court Ky W D EquityAgainst Jr C Bennett Sc Defendant J 3130 By virtue of a Judgementand Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court rendered at February Term thereof 1009 in the above cause for the sum of FiftyFour dollars 5100 with interest at the rate of 0 per cent per annum from the 27th day of April 1009 until paid and all costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Hardlasburg to the highest bidder at Public Auction ou Monday the 20th day of April 11109 at one oclock P M or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit six and twelve months the following described property towit ofireckinridgeor near the waters of Helm Spring Branch Beginning at a beech and white oak corner to A McCoys tract N 72 W poles to a spring corner to a tract of land conveyed by A Clay comb to Q McCubbins also corner to Milner and wife to John Shumaker thence witH Shumaker line to two I viir4wJrW + JioJ1 w ukra fII beeches A McCoys corner S 20 E 180 poles to the beginning the same tract conveyed by Milner and wife Second tract conveyed by Gov Char les S Morehcud Pattented June 20 1858 lying East of line beginning at the cave spring line running through to Helm spring branch along to Bas setts line Pattented as herebefore with Bassets line to John L McCub bins corner with his line to a stump in his line to include orchard to Mil ners line and Helm line supposed to contain 15 acres more or less record ed in Deed Book No 47 at page 377 or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal In terest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgement Lein retained to secure payment purchase money Biddersl will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms- Approximated debt Interest and cost 14100 LEE WALLS Commissioner IRVINGTON Miss Anne Lee Bandy left Saturday fdr Louisville and will spend the weekend with Miss Meddls out at Crescent Hill Mrs R B Bardwull will return to her home in Louisville this week after a several days visit to Mr and Mrs Harry H Kemper Miss Anna Owsley and Mr Rob Morrison of Whitesvillc spent a few days of last week here visiting rand Mrs G T MarshalleWall paper at Alexanders Those from Cloverport who attend ed the Organ Recital here Saturday evening were Misses Reba Lewis and Ray Heyser Messrs Harry Weatherholt Harold Murray Oscar Dickey Lafe Behen and Lawrence MurrayMiss Bettie Taylor and two neices Eliza and Louise Taylor of Custer Miss Lizzie Hcad of Lodiburg and Miss Margaret Stith of Bcwlcyvillc were visitors of Mr and Henry Head last week See Alexander for wall paper Mrs F H McGehce and neice Miss Lena Hensley of Hardinsburg were in the city Friday shopping Miss Hale has received her new spring pattern hats and they are onI exhibition at R M Jollys Be sure to attend her opening this week Mr Jim Frank Biggs returned to Louisville Friday after being in townI two days- Mr Roscoe Pearson of Geclllaji spent Sunday the guestof Miss Claudie BandyMr Frank Stith of Louisville re turned Sunday after a brief visit toI his cousin Mr P E Hardaway at Bewleyvillg Wall naper at Alexanders 5c to 15c Mrs W J Piggott entertained her Sunday School class of the Methodist church at her home on Saturday afternoon from 3 to 0 The feature of the afternoon was the election of officers for the three months Eliza Piggott President Margaret Peyton VicePresident Carrie D Frakes Secretary Julia Lyons Librarian After the meeting was over they were invited into the dining room where delicious refreshments were served Dont buy your wall paper until you see AlexanderIBy mutual consent the firm Lyons Dry Goods Co have changed hands Mr Lyons on last Friday purchased Mr Peytons half interest in the store Mr Lyons and his obliging clerk Mr Tom Blythe will be glad to watt upon all customers that come in to see them Mr Peyton will retire from business for a while Lovely creations in the new millin cry goods are shown in Miss Hales selection of spring hats at R M Jollys store Mr Frank Carter bought a gooi harness horse from F H McGeheiv last week for 102 Fresh candies and fruits at the Cut Rate DrugStore John Akers shipped three carloads of fine cuttlo from this point last Saturday to the Louisville market A B Suter of Custer came over to attend the Organ Recital last week You can save from 25 to 40 per cent on your drugs by buying them at the Irvington Pharmacy Mr and Mrs William Cornwall ar- rIved Tuesday night from a four months trip to Marshal and El Paso Texas where they have been visiting relAtives and friends Another nice office building and apartment house will be built in the heart of the city during the spring months the location being on Mait Street adjoining the Irvington Pharm acy While nodefinite information iis now obtainable it is said by Dr L B Moremen that he will have a handsome building erected on the site which vibe quite an ornament to the town The Misses Landrum of Fordsvillc are visiting Miss Iva Rice C L Chamberlain was in the city last week on u business trip 50 cent medicines at 40 cents at tin Irvington Pharmacy Little Mary Heron who was withdrawn from school on account of iill health shows slight improvement Attend Miss Hales Millinery Open ing this week at Jollys store Hei prices ores most reasonable and hat suitable for all occasions Mr The Adkins hits been transferee from the main line as conductor to the Fordsville and Hardinsburg road during the absence of Mr Lee Montgomery who is away on his vacation You make money by buying your drugs and medicines at the Irvington PharmacyQuite interesting Arbor Day pro gram was rendered by the Privat school pupils on Friday afternoonApril 2 Mr J M Herndon sold his fine and well improved farm lying about three miles from town to Mr J E King who recently sold his farm to G S Ashcraft The farm contained in and around 400 acres and it is said that it is a good money making farm Price 10600 A Baby Show In Cloverport would have many contestants but its safe to say that the healthiest baby would win the prize No baby can be healthy who suiters from worms and most babies do unless they are kept free from them with Whites Cream Vermifuge Acts quickly yet mildly is its own purgative Mothers dont attempt to raise children without Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 25 cents Sold by A R Fisher DEATH CLAIMS LITTLE BOY Mr and Mrs Mike Robbins of Alexis 111 lost their little boy 13 months old of pneumonia and brought Its remains to Hardlnsburg last week for burial in the old Jolly burying grounds Mr and Mrs Robbins are both natives of this county and have been living in Alexis for some time They have the sympathy of many relatives and friends in the death of their little boy A Knocker is a man who cant see good in any person or thing Its a habit caused by a disordered liver If you find that you are beginning to see things through blue spectacles treat your liver to a good cleaning out process with Ballards Herbine A sure cure for constipation dyspepsia indigestion sick headache biliousness all liver stomach and bowel troubles Sold by A R Fisher t1 Exquisite Spring MillineryBe- ing received by MRS R TPOLK The leading milliner of this city who invites you to inspect her now and handsome line of r Readytowear and Pattern Hats t Easter Opening Thursday April 8 under the direction of Miss Davis of Louisville I Iwhowill have charge of the trimming department I f Miss Nannie Child i Cordially invites you to her SPRING OPENING OF HANDSOME MILLINERY 4 I Ieo1 APRIL 82 and JO Irvington Kentucky 4 at 1 i Lyons Dry Goods Company n I MRS G W PAYNE incites you to her Spring Opening at Stephensport Ky Thursday April 15 1909 She is one of the leading milliners of Breckenridge county and all lovers ofbeautiful hats are assuredfbe ing dell pleased at her shop II ITilE STATE NORMAL Bowling Green Ky Mch 25 1000 The voters of Breckinridge county may wonder If the State Normal is making good They have a right to know They are helping to support the school and should be informed as to what it is doing There are in actual attendance now over 800 students more than 30 of these are from Breckinridge county All of the students are doing good work This always applies to tine ones from home There is not one which we are not proud of There will be about twelve in the scientific class this year Oneof that number is a Breckenridge county boy and he stands well in his class and the school He may not teach but what ever he does he will always reflect credit upon his native county The life class will contain 15 This is the second graduating class from the Normal The last one was not quite so large as this one but every member of it is making good We may hope and reasonably expect that this class will do the same Three Continued on page 5 QIO COIOQO DOQO JQQlcJot O 10JIII 10 J0JIOQt If You are Looking for Bargains We Have Them 0i 0 HJJ JONE25 FOOT PLEASURE LAUNCH with 8 h p Smalley Engine Only been in use a little over one year newly cleaned and paint 111 ed in firstclass condition throughout 150 less than cost n I One Saw Mill Complete with 15 hp Frick Engine o Good as new All at 300 less than cost 0 Our stock of Paints Lead and Oils cannot be surpassed and remember we are selling them 5c less on the gallon than others are selling the same class of goods J We Have With Us a FirstClass Tinner i n and carry in stock a full and complete line of Guttering Spouting Tin Galvanized andRubberIII oid Roofing Let us figure with you on any work you have in this line We also carry in stock- o everything pertaining to the foundry and machine trade Our prices are reasonable and weoguarantee satisfaction Write or come and see us if you want a new or second hand steam orn1 IiIior gas engine or a gasoline boat u Companyuo t t I p i Io o O dHOCD 01 O O CZ3OEZD jo nor 0o wri1 laF t 1 n r L i r L4 1 iitl4 + La ogip1 J- ipY e4w + wIIt i ARRRiliable Remedyr1r r OATARRHr4 Bi1lM f 0 II- ttII FEVER CreamEly oPIsGives yokel at Onco It clonuses soothes y8 protectstho brane resulting from Oatarrh and drives sway acold in tllo Hendguckly Ucstorcs- tboScnli I sof Taste and Smell Fullsizo DO eta nt Druggists or by mail Liquid Balm In atomizers CEly1he Breckenridtfe News WEbNESDAY APRIL 7 1909 PERSONALAND LOCAL A circus is coming Seed potatoes at NoltesI lfclipse Oxfords at Sippels Next Sunday will be Easter Country Sorghum at Noltes Take your produce to Noltes New Easter Candles at Noltes w Maraschino cherries at Noltes ill Field and garden seeds at Noltts Easter Dyes and Pictures at Noltes- H L Stader was in Ekron last week II Seed sweet potatoes at T F Sawyers Miss Nannie Collins is ill at her home Richard Wathen was here last week names Lawson was in Louisville Fri day Mrs Ed Gregory has returned from HoltVivian Pierce of Versailles was heret Sunday Willie Mitchell of Holt was in town Sunday V Jno Ireland of Skillman was here SaturdayR is taking a few weeks vacation Ben Masterson of Troy was in town last week Harry Newsom was in Hawesville Thursday Miss Maggie Wroe spent Friday in LouisvilleRussell Harris spent Wednesday inI Louisville WantedA good milch cow John Weisenberger Misses Eva and Eliza May spent Fri day in Owensboro y hire Chas Lightfoot is ill at her home in the West End Charlie Dean of Glendeane was inI Louisville Friday Mrs Tony Nichols and daughter were in Louisville Friday Allen Pierce spent Sunday in Louis ville with his parents Gregory Co has laths lime andI plastering hair for sale Door and window frames made to or der at Gregory Cos New tomatoes new potatoes andl lettuce at T F Sawyers Easter Millinery Opening tomorrow o and Friday at Mrs folks Mr and Mrs John Reynolds of Lou isville are visiting here Mrs Venable will leave soon for I Michigan to visit relatives Have Miss Davis at Mrs Polks to Create your Easter bonnet A nice line of Ladies Misses andl Childrens Oxfords at Sippels Mrs James Tague will leave sport for her home at Lima Ohio Hovious Rafferty and mother were here from Louisville last week Mrs Fred Ferry spent Friday in1 Hawesville thd guest of friends Does the- BthyThrive li not something must be wrong with its food If the CJmothers milk doesnt nourish it she needs ScoffsEmulsion f It supplies the elements of fat required for the baby If baby is not nourished by its artificial food then it requires SCOTTSEMULSION Haifa teaspoonful three or four times a day in its bottle will have the desired effect It seems to have a magical effect upon babies and children A fiftycent bottle will prove the truth of our statements Seed this advertkeawnt together with name o w efpaper In which It app aryouradke and four cents to cover postage and we will send yea at Goenplete Mandy AUaI of the World ICOTT BOWNE 400rItNeWI York 0 Ii I 1The State Normal Continued from page 4- Blemhersof t the present class are from Breckenrldgc county They have nIl taught before entering the Normal and were more or less successful They put aside their work for better preparation rand we modestly say that 1 they are much better prepared for school work now than then The question that we arc asking ourself is who will be here to represent our in this class next year and j next and so on We think that Breckenridge is entitled to at least one graduate every year The stu dents in all of the classes are doing good work I We are well pleased with the at tendance this year but the number must be larger next Last year we had 15 this year 30 next year we must have at least 40 Who will be of the number 1 TPlease remember that you can get ffresh fish at the English Kitchen Jno Newton was in Sample Sunday the guest of Miss Lillian Adkins D H Smith and V W Smith of Garfield were in Louisville Friday Dont miss Mrs Polks Easter Millinery Opening Thursday and Friday It always pays you to buy your shoes at Conrad SippelsThe Shoe Man Doors sash porch columns brackets and mouldingskept in stock at Gregory t CoGo to Gregory Co for red cedar shingles and all the best brands of felt roofingMrs Geo Bentley of Hawesville came up Monday to see Mrs Chas E Lightfoot Mrs D Stewart Miller Jr and jlittle daughter Sarah lift Monday for QwensboroInformation concerning the construction of buildings furnished free at Gre jgory Cos Miss Elizabeth Skillman was in Hawesville Friday the guest of Mrs George Bentley Rev J T Lewis filled his regular appointment at Glendeane last Satur day and Sunday Mr and Mrs Stewart Burke of Owensboro were the guests of Mrs J C Jarboe last week IMr and Mrs James Skillman of Owensboro were the guests of their parents Wednesday Miss Davis of Princeton has arrived from Louisville to assist Mrs Polk in her Millinery Parlor Mr and Mrs Durward Wroe of Gus ton were the guests of Mr and Mrs T L Wroe last week Morrison Calhoon dentists ofllo downstairs 205 Fourth street butt phones Owensboro Ky Miss Nell Morris of Louisville has arrived to assist Miss Evelyn Hicks in her Millinery Department Gregory Co has for sale flooring and ceiling building paper and all kinds of dressed finishing lumber Thos C Tousey was elected city clerk at the regular meeting of the council Monday night vice R L Oelze resigned lJSchoops great sale of merchandise is on at Stephensport People from miles around are flocking there to get some of the great brgains andidaughter spent Sunday with Mr and Mr James Tague at the Cloverport Hotel Dr Bush Cloverport 1st 2nd and 3rd Mondays and Tuesdays Hard insburg 4th Monday 3 days Irving on Thurday and Friday following 4th MondayMrs Cordreys selection of black hats are exquisite The shapes are various and are the most becoming styles A large number of them arc pattern hats direct from Cincinnati Steve Hall was in Webster last week visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Wm Hall Steve and his brother are doing afine business in general merchandise at Oscar Ky 30 miles south of Padu cahMrs Polks customers are completely charmed with Miss Uavis who arrived last week to take charge of the trimm ing department Her tuste is excellent and she knows well how to carry out your ideas of a pretty hat See the beautiful and unusually be coming hats at Mrs Cordreys The colors are rare and rich in the straws and trimmings The prices for the Cordreystbisseason Miss Price of Cincinnati has charge of the trimming department at Mrs Cordreys millinery shop Miss Price comes highly recommended to Mrs Cordrey by the wholesale hat houses of Cincinnati and she has already dis played her talent tor the art of millinery in a number of h6r hat creations this week MURRAY LEAVES D R Mnrrny Jr who has been book keeper at Pheons Tobacco Factory of this city has gone loflendetsou to accept a position as assistant agent in the HendersonRoute passenger depot Mr rU twnlle Rwatly missed here and his many friendsi regretted to see film leaveto s v I- p jl A WORTH MOUNTAINSOF During Change of Life says Mrs Chas Barclay Oranltov1lle Vt I was passing through thehahgeof Life andsuffered from nervousness aiutolher annoying symptoms and J can truly say that- LydiaEPInkllams Vegetable Com pound has proved worth mountains of gold to me as it restored my health and strength I never forget to tell my friends what LvdiaKPinklmma Vegetable Compound has done for me during this trying period Complete restoration to health means so much to me that for the sake of other suffer hag women I am willing to make my trouble public so you may publish this letteribis CHAS JJAHCLAY KPDGrnnitoville Vt No other medicine for womans ills has received such widespread and un qualified endorsement No other med icine we know of has such a record of cures of female ills as has Lydia L Pinkhams Vegetable Compound For more than 30 years it has been curing female complaints such as inflammation ulceration local weaknesses fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache indigestion and nervous prostration and it is unequalled for carrying women safely through the period of change of life It costs but little to try Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and as Mrs llarela saysit is worth mountains of gold to suffering women W L NOEL 87 W L Noel pa sed his 87th birthday Wednesday March 51 He is the old est Ulan In tow i Mr Noel was born in Boone county Ho moved to this county in 1856 bought aarm from Ben Muffit near Hardlns Mill where he lived for 30 years He moved from there to this town where be has been living for 23 years He is In good health and looks as if he would round oat this ceutury Shake off the grip of your old enemy Nasal Catarrh by using Elys Cream Balm Then will all the swelling and soreness be driven out of the tender in flamed membranes The fits of sneering will cease and the discharge as of fensive to others as to yourself will bet stopped when the causes that produce- it are removed Cleanliness comfort and renewed health by the use of Cream Balm Sold by all druggists for 50I cents or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York = BANKOF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Sale Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones and we appre elate your business and in lluenco Interest paidon Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORTCL- OVERPOWT KY CJ TRYdget The Kind You MareI Always 6e It Signature 11 r 0iO 0 r Single Comb White Leghorns From the very best strains Excellent Layers Eggs 75c for 15 AtH MURRAY CLOVERPORT KY 01 I antsYI+ A WANTED WANTED A Rood woman todoall kinds prlcoT1 ANTfiUSDCCEsa MAOAS5INH requires the services of n marl In Rreektnrldge county to loot sifter subscriptions and to secure now business by means of special methods unusually directive proposition permsinent uferono with butexperiencewould corsfa r any applicant nat ural quallllcatlons slIIury 160 per day wIth commts + ton option Address with referon ces It 0 1eacock Room 10 Success Maga zine Bldi N 1- DOYOUWANTTO 00 TO COLLEGE It hundreds boll you cotege Wo huvoulreadlput plan Write to day for full Information re school oruollegoofAddresstltobertp1ISlier lock 2331 East 22nd Street Now York City WANTED Responsible man with horse and buggy In each community salary fono to itO 00 per day to take orders from owners of Harms Orchards nnd Home Gardens A splendid op portunity for farmers sons also fruit tree und sowing machine agents to make a busl uess connection which will become morn profi table each year Address IVO Box 134 youngs Islatid SO FOR RENT FOR RENTTwo splendid rooms In tho building suitably for a small bust ness FOR RENTA furnished room 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New York company presenting The Merry Widow yill be the notable feature of the Lentos season at Ma cauleys Theatre Louisville The engagement is limited to Thursday i Friday and Saturday evenings and Saturday matinee April 8 9 and 10 This is the great organization that won so remarkable a triumph in New York playing winter and summer at the New Amsterdam Theatre for 52 weeks During that period 7000000 persons applauded Franz Lehars al luring melodies to the echo and the boxoffice took in the phenomenall sum of one million dollars ll The success scored in Louisville al few weeks ago by Mr Savages admirable Southern Merry Widow M esao s4p s rTJ YOU JJHave Yourself of blame if your Eyes Trouble You 1Eyes1I i Severs Drug Co c I YiPrrwAv WiVUM4I J ESPECIALLY FOR EASTERlfI c 4 i We have the newest things forlyour comfort and pleasure Oxfords Hosiery all Neckwear Ruching shadesjj gBeltFancy Parasols Noveltiesll Easter Post Cards all the newest f uptodate kinds cc l I Co J CNOLTR BRO CLOVERPORI 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declaring this company the finest n r and also the largest light pcra H ganization seen In years As it xlbe seen and heard at Macaujeys ii will be in all respects precisely an it was on the night the final curtain fcl In the metropolis Special transportation facilities will be made by the railroads and the litcrwrban trolleys in order that awU o town patrons may attend OSzwOaXfern weTha Kind Van Nato iiIw1JS lint ttnafan f c I c 4 r no sx wrt prw n o 1 SF r THE- INDIANS SIDE AND AGDEATCnmfl DMTII-ii BY BUFFA1UD BILL AIM 1WElALEB OF TilE P AINS RlaHT10oeny WILLl M 1 CQb II e short descriptions of Pithe deserving more ex reference than possible here are nenrlug n cloao and have covered n period with which his name Is associated It IIs fitting that tho general reader should be given n llttlD insight Into the character of the tamed Sioux Indian Sitting DullJUt er remaining In Canada until his peo pIe were leaving him and returning to thor reservations having only n rem nant of his Immediate following and family left he himself consented to return under conditions that would be favorable to his followers while he was assured of Immunity from per seam punishment He was wise enough to know that his absence was weaning many from obedience to his sway and martyrdom at a distance ho thought was not ns effective In retaining popularity and power as would bo persecution under the eyes of his people ETe was of Incorruptible loyalty to his people a stickler for their treaty jrlghts a native politician who If schooled a little more In diplomacy and Its concealment of designs would flttSS him as the great Indian states I manIn war his bitter opponent In peace he won my friendship and sympathy He Impressed mo as a deep thinker Conscientious as to the proper rights to the lands of his fathers he ad canoed arguments that were strong and convincing Ills claim of primitive possessions for ages beyond the while mans coming of the conditions being undisturbed for centuries and existing as the Great Manltdu had ordained the bountiful supplies he hud furnish ed on land and In the waters of wild fruit wild fowl wild cattle abundance of wild horses verdure to support them without the plowmans weary Workall furnished him an argument that the disturbance and compulsory change to Its heirs of this legacy were arbitrary unjust to the verge of what we would call sacrilegious Interference with tho Divine will Tie had all the old treaties In his head in the Indian legendary manner also In hieroglyphics but In writing and printed type he had an extract from the treaty of 1SC8 by which tho Sioux reservation of Dakota was set apart for the absolute and undis turbed use nod occupation of the Inv dlans and upon which no outsiders but government employees shall be allow ed to pass settle or reside Basing his case like n lawyer he would Introduce It as n silent witness justifying his actions and with keen eyes he would watch It carefully so that It could not bo tampered with and while of course ho could not read he had mark on this sacred totem that he was familiar with Isis eagle eye would scan the face of the reader of It I to see the effect and on Its return his face Intimated strongly the triumph It gave him as a claimant to a clear titleI will give a general Idea of the old mans description of conditions 11suits and the power to him of mysterious man that was invisible be- Ing In the dark away cast That the white man at this time had taken most of the land had destroyed f or driven away the game and that t- hegfrEij Tho Indian could not cope with the mys terlQua invisible man in the darts away east least he could do was to halt and leave Sioux people undisturbed the white Inca representing the great father having in 1803 made tho treaty to that effect Others hud arranged with them to build an iron road with B horse that ato wood breathed fire and smoke to draw wagons and em igrants quickly across their country to Oregon Washington and California t toward the setting sun With pleasure they agreed When this road was built it was only ns wide as his out stretched arms but the man in the dark had taken from thorn lands twenty miles In width for hundreds of miles Ills arguments as I see them now covered every ono that the uusolllsh I advocate of communal existence cnllIellI tented ns were the primitive children lackingwhichseems to decree the fate of the Indian I and control the relative prosperity of the white The fire horse caused I prairie fires Ills attendants increased until they came with shovel spade and carpenter tools They first erected tepees got lonely and brought squaws Their friends soon theirII join them and soon wooden tepees were built and camps became villages an1 villages towns until cities were filled with crowds of people such as II Bismarck MandW etc Then the 1111l1nbe lark B91cJ10 land I 11lesseo11 out and resold the land lIe took the J money back In the dark toward the rising sun If a poor man had noI money he could not ride but there was i plenty of room he had to walkoften I to die by the roadside of hardships or I starvation iif some Samaritan Indian did noF feed him The man In the dark never came there when he and his chief made complaints No one was responsible They were told to send letters or speak by the lightning to the man in the dark but he never answered When the government treaties were broken a similar discourteous lack of consideration occurred My chiefs and me who signed were al ways here The great fathers head men General Harney and others were not They never returned Now white chiefs took their places and every four years new great fathers took power and their mon laughed at what their prede cessors had done The brooking of treaties so frequent ly and the Invasion of tho Black Hills and other sections by the gold seekers prospectors and trappers became the cause of constant Irritation leading to almost continual contests raids and massacres This condition had really brought on the war of 18756 resulting In tho Custer fight as well as Its many succeeding cleanups The forfeiture of the Black Hills und Injudicious reductions of rations kept discontent alive When In 18SO con gress passed n law dividing the Sioux reservation Into many smaller ones so as to isolate the different tribes or clans of the Dakota nation a treaty was submitted to their vote whereby by reinstating the cutoff rations and I paying for ponies captured or destroyed I In the 7fl war and other certain J I conditions they coded about onehalf their land 11000000 acres Fulfill I ment of conditions was delayed post ponedforgotten almost by congress At this time through some mysterious mountain phantom or trickster 1the medicine men became easy vie of a craze This was based on l the assertion that the Messiah the Manitou1 was coming back on earth to use his miraculous power In favor of I the red man to crush out the whites to restore everything to time Idealistic I condition of former years restock the I ranges with big game buffaloes elk I deer etc This created a universal I fanatical fervor and not alone among j tho Sioux limit affected all Indians on this continent Former foes be camo fast friends and from the Yn quls In old Mexico to the Alaskan tribes In the far north the religious ghost dance festivities fanned the J flames of war The medicine mens preaching that the holy medicinal j ghost shirts would protect the wearer turn the white mans bullets was accepted I and made recruits by thou sands to the cause The dancing frightened the settlers shocked the religious J philanthropic friends of tho J Indians and was officially ordered t stopped Easy orders eh Instead It they had been allowed to dance even If some did so to the death exhaustion like a boilers safety valve and an afterthought might soon havoI made It appear to them in the ridic ulous light that so effectively kills ab surditiesI at the time in AlsaceLorraine with my exhibition and had with me seventyfive traveled Indians We had all the factor and myself and partner decided to close camp the rest of the outfit In an old castle near Strassburg Benfeld wth a large domain and I myself left by fast steamer via Eng land for New York while Major BurlttI with the Indians ns pacifiers came via Antwerp and Philadelphia and hastened to the scene of strife Tho Indians brought homo made a strong poacp contingent at Pine Ridge while I hastened with General Mllofi approbation to visit Sitting Bull In pomon feeling sure that my old onomy nnd later friend would listen to my ad vlco The fact that I was willing toI take tho visit myoelf nlarrijcd some well meaning philanthropists vho divined a sinister motive In ray n tlp1anlI those who were crying strongest for Sitting Bulls suppression now claimed that his person was endangered by tho bloodthirsty voyager I the one who f fir 3s had everything to lose and nothing particular to gain Going to a hostile camp of Indians risking all on tho card of friendship and unto to man respect willing to test the ghost dance shirt in fair Individual single handed way perhaps If pushed but alone and above all desirous to save my red brother from a suicidal crazethey Impressed President Harrison that it would create a war ending In tho death of Sitting Bull So the commander In chief the president was constrained to net afterward in Inv dlnnapolls to exnress regret for It to mo personally Hnd uiy mission was countermanded at time threshold almost of tho hostile camp Sitting Bulls death and the Ghost Dance war fol lowed Then came the army and the IudlanI agent Left to himself in conjunction with his coadjutor tho army officer I that most efficient and famous ampiig JamesIJ fur energy demanded action action against this horrid religious Innovation lidI they forced the market by their l111mencc does and long distance fears c All Interested In my best belief were pushed and Colonel Drum comnian dent at Fort Yates and Major Me Laughlln were ordered to cooperate to 1 secure the person of Sitting Bull Henry Bull lieutenant of Indian poII lice had Intimated that the old chiefI was preparing his horses for n long ride Couriers were sent to tell him to quietly arrest Sitting Bull and Ma jor Edmond G Fatchet of tho Eighth Rivalry nMflHotchkIsg gun were sent to sllpport himt1After n hard ride Just nt dawn theyn 1tlng11I three years before whom they found P Dull Head fired and killed Slttlmj hid to bo an IndIan policeman with the report of a fight All police killed Riding like mad they arrived to find some Indian police stll fighting from Sitting Bulls cabin being surrounded on all sides Volley after volley was poured In un expectedly on the besiegers and a few shells from the Hotchklss gun scattered them und the beleaguered were re lieved They had reached Sitting Bulls cabin at 5 u m surrounded It and capturing the old chief In bed ar rested him While dressing his son Crowfoot alarmed the camp Bull harangued his friends frenzied by the thought no doubt that his own tribes men were his captors not feeling that respect for them he would have had for the military- CatchtheBear and t5 trlke the Kettle dashed In and fired hitting Hull Head In the side who fired and killed Sit ting Dull The latter firing as he fell Shave Head was shot In the abdomen and all three fell together The fight became general until the arrival of Major Fatchet and several pollcet and many ghost dancers were killed they not having time to utilize their shirts Thus was ended the life of the chief whose faults and virtues will long be a subject of discussion iitt who will always stand as a great red chief of the Uncapapa SiouxSitting Bull I returned to Nebraska and was or tiered by Governor Thayer being a brigadier general on his star to join the Nebraska national guard with Gen eral Colby and entered the field at Pine Ridge placing the mllltla in posi tion to assist In surrounding the hos tiles Then I Joined General Miles as advisory scout Frank Gruard being at headquarters and used my personal Influence to pacify the Indians Through Major General Miles stern measures and at the same time his diplomatic methods the greatest plan ned of Indian uprisings was quickly suppressed through the bloody battles of Wounded Kneo and time Mission so as to make it the very last possible struggle of the red man the finale of all Indian wars- I hind thin satisfaction at least of at tending the final ceremonies and with a score of my old commanders and many comrades of the sixties seven ties and eighties was on hand to wel come tho era of good will to each oth er clasp bands In friendship and smoke tho pipe of peace In brotherhood forever between the white man and tho red THE GREEN MORAY A Savage and Voracious Eel Found It- Bermudlnn Waters The experienced sea fisherman takes care to kill every largo conger eel nt soon as It Is brought Into the boat Tin conger has not only extraordinary Jnxv power It can triturate Hhollflsh shells and nilbut 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nameDoansandt- ake no other FIRST TIME IN TilE SOUTII This Is to be the first time that Aida has ever been sung In the South and its prediction in Louisville recalls the interesting story of its compositl Dii Ismail Pasha an Egyptian who held the position of patron of arts wished to dedicate a new opera house at Cairo with a great work and offered 20000 to Verdi to undertake the task Though the Italian composer at first demurred he finally con sented and produced a work that for throbbing dramatic passion gorgeous instrumentation and wonderful choral effects is unequaled It was given for the first time at Cairo in 1871 The Louisville production will be entirely in keeping with the classic traditions which surround Aida The leading roles will be handled by such singers as RIccardo Martin Gus tave Holmouiste Corinne RiderKel sey and Madame Van der Veer AIda will be sung by Madame RjderKelsey I I PUI3LIC SALEU I I 1 On account of my clover being a failure willoffer I- toI the highest and best bidder at my place in Big I I Spring o- nTHURSDY I 1 I 1 APR 151- I I 175 Head GRADE HIGH Stock Cattle I IIThese are good ones Will also sell I FIFTY SHOATS I II one yoke well broke oxen weight 3400 lbs and I I1 eSeveralI iTermsI made known on day of sale Parties from a distance wishing to come over from Ekron and Vine Grove will find conveyances to meet them BEN Sf CLARKSON BIG SPRING s KEN UCKIIwrr rn rarrurtrrra oj uu fHI 1 n = Put This Stove in h Your Kitchen It is wonderfully q convenient to do kitchen work on a stove thats ready at the instant wanted and out of the way the moment youre done Such a stove is the New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove By using it you avoid the continuous overpowering heat ofa coal fire and cook dogdays L NEW PERFECTION U Wick Blue Flame Oil Coo Stove is constructed that roomItwithshelf for warming plates and keeping ked food 1 hot and drop shelves for holding small cooking utensils Has every convenience even to bars forCJ WithorwithoutCabinetTopIf J agencyTheu OLampisthcIdeal family usesafe con venient economical and a great light giver If not with your dealer iy write our nearest agencysStandard 011 Companyv Incorporated OKLAHOMA r If you are coming to OKLAHOMA write or see me I have Coal Timber and Agricultural Lands and Town LotsiFRED B EICHLING ATTORNEY AT LAW PORUM OKLA LReference First National Bank and Bunk of Commerce a THE y Fifth Aven jueJmakingJ prlncl W theHblocks W y i1f Street curs pass the door to all r Louisville tocltyy fl nuat und clean Tk f PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr m- v t O o Children especially like Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup as it1 tastes nearly as good as maple sugar It not only heals irritation and allays inflammation thereby stopping the cough but it also moves the bowels gently and in that way drives the cold from tho system It contains no opiates Sold by All Druggists When to Hesitate IHe who hesitates Is lost quoted the wise guy Oh I dont know said tho simple mugfiAt an auction sale ho who hesitates may have his money Phlladel phla Record The Change So he has ceased to be her Ideal He has What disgraceful thing did he d07 Married another girl Louisville JourlerJournal FreezeSoul I Your son has Consumption His case is hopeless These appalling words oadIingI two expert doctorsone a lung specia list Then was shown tho wonderful power of Dr Kings New Discovery after three weeks use writes Mr Elevens he was as well as ever I1i would not take all tho money in the world for what it did for my boy lu failable for coughs and colds its the safest surest cure of desperate Lung diseases on earth OOc and 100 Guarantee satisfaction Trial bottle free Severs Drug Store hHENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St LII Reduced rates to California and the Northwes March 1st to April I 50II Regular Homoseekers excursions to the South and Southwest on April 6 to 20 May 4 and 18 Jane 1 and 15 July 0 aud 20 Aug Z and 17 Sept 17 and 31 aud Oct 6 and IO- WHEN I WRITING News items to The News please sign your Rattle and NOTuA Friend Then wo know the information is from a reliable I source Editor S j is a HOW 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 Cass Co Minnesota Special Correspond intenselyinterested farztInown price without the help of R real estate alt 1t mand without paying a cent In commission Ha atiheof a conversation with yourcorrespondent ilrSt John saId tdontt idbyI upbopoofRochestertag buyers for anythIng one wants to sell I wrote to theso people for their plan and ItqI PresIdentoftheiruptoHatolthem Their plan looked rood to me and I sent musthavofourtcelettersthese letters camo from Iowa Illinois blissla slppl Wisconsin and Nebraska and othcrStates outside of Minnesota You can imagine that makln1nnnyoneIconcern and I am delighted with the treatment they gave mo They did everything for mo thAt u they agreed to do and I never would havo been assistancebocausooven If an agent does find a buyer you have to systemofeverheardfQr all kinds of properties no mAtter where they locatedMr s succcssin selllnsrhh farmwas LeonardDarbyahire offindingfloss properties automobiles patents and n fact luuIn madebythe real estate agents has met with remarkable success and owners throughout tho country are opportunityto whQflIle1which the agent placed upon tho property Micathe sale VlyjIt is sold that Mr Leonard DarbyshIre tha president of this concern is doing more to assist wish1nprice dispose wall to write to Leonard Darby shire resident Dept 2011 Rochester N Y Ilvln n brief uoscnpt on ot the property fQr gopynfhisKcklct n X Subscribe for The News- L t Y I j- Y j- st J I PW IT nrtWMKU rresldcntI- T A B SKULMAN Cashier L Lioutroor VicePresident CiU8 SKittMAN AsstCashlor The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 6200000 Insured in every way and protected by tho vory latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited fteR B PIERCE ProprietorPlhotaCs AMERICAN PRODUCE CO i f General Commission Merchants 122 West Jefferson Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY M Strictly A Commission Business All Kinds of Country Produce x o j ssa NOTICE I t BRECKINRIDGE CIRCUIT COURTtt Adkisson Brothers el aI Plaintiffs vr Order of Reference and Notice of Claims 11 Two States Bank et al Defendants p j It ts ordered that any and all creditors of the firm of Adkissonmm Adkisson and William t provetheirsaid order all of the creditors of the aforesaid firm and are X notified to present their claims before me master commissioner of this j court on or before aforesaid date duly proven as required by law I W will restive said claims at my office in the Circuit Clerks office oftBreckiuridge county in Hil1dinsburg Kentucky on or before said date 1 k II LEE WALLS9to C0e9e9Co m u I I 1 AuroMoe LOUISVILLE AUTOMOBILE SHOVJ y T X APRIL 15 16 17 4 HALF FARE RAILROAD RATES K Exhibits of Latest Models Cars Paris Accessories Etc iChassis and other Special Features S qgSO KENTUCKY AUTO CO LONGEST BROS 00 OLDS MOTOR WORKS JOHN MASON STRAUSS PRINCE WELLS CO HUBERT LEVY AUTO CO MILES AUTO CO REIMERS MOTOR CAR CO A A s FR11 P OOF CABBAGE PLANTS 0afN EEU TO SATISFY PURCHASERS 0167 r J r I7 rJ 0 4tlIJ liPf 1 tiV 4 rI JIoLh I i 1- rII rot f 11 1 c4JJ I t1i J j1t j aioii JmC IoUuo d I BIMSIXIW LUIST TB1C BJ sunnreuMu- rr n i t1r nIIo Almi ta t tLATIJUtnll- Wob n tJ I Flat tr Y ritrj 1160 Weir Lprre UUMOU P8KK IIIIids dMtest m stt Jijj per 11 S ftI S aat J1J5 pa a t B Mtf ever sE SlAt par D- dd F 0 n YOUNS ISLAND S C Oar Special Express Rates oo Plants to Very Low E d We urLVV the first Frost Proof Plants in 1368 Now have over twenty thousand M I satisfied cuiomcrs t and tt have grown sadi sold more c bbige plants that all outer nersoM in the Soutbem stats combined WHY because our plants must please or we send your money back Order now it is time to set these plant n your section to get extra early cabba e and they art the ones that sell for then st money- S corI 0 I I A pnIo- M I I I 1MagazinesI i Ladies Home Journal Mun ey ArgosyI 1i Smart Set Red Book- McCIure i Womans Home Corn panion Success On sale at the NEWS OFFICE Cloverport Kentucky t t ata NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish obitu es free All newspapers of any con luence charge for such matter We f dly publish accounTs of death im Jiately after they occur Editor 1 I P n II rlIJi New Store louse New Stock I Dry Goods Groceries Clothing i Notions r r Come and see us r L C TAUL McQuady Kentucky AdENT FOR Homestead Fertilizer Life and Fire Insurance f Basket and Fordsville Coal f = H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- NARDINSI3URO IKY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts ot BreckonrlaRo unit adjoining coun tier Special attention given to collections road cases and criminal practice License to practice InUnltod States Dlsttlct Courts Office over flank of Ilardlnsburg WONT CONTESTTHE Moorman Drops Grievance For Good of Farmers Peace Dove Hovers Over the Boar of Agriculture Members Adopt Resolution Eliminating Politics PLANS FOR NEXT STATE FAIR From The Courier Journal The dove of peace hovered over the meeting of the members of the Kentucky State Board of Agriculture Forestry lId Immigration held in the offices of the Kentucky State Fair Association in the Paul Jones building yesterday The set slon lasted from lO oclock to Z oclock all of the members being in attendance save Desha Breckinridge of Lexington and William Addams of Cynthiana- For a time it appeared as though W R Moonnan of Glendeane who was defeated at the recent election held at Elizabethtown would enter a serious objection regarding the methods employed to elect H M Beard but after a consul tation with the members of the board he agreed to withdraw his contest In an nouncing his decision not to contest the election of Mr Beard Mr Moorman said that he had reached that conclusion because a contest might endanger the success of the State Fair and Farmers InstituteAsarerultof the unpleasantness caus ed by the recent election at Elizabeth town n resolution was offered by M A Scovillo of Lexington which promises to eliminate politics from the board This resolutiou which was unanimous ly adopted follows Text of Resolution Resolved that in accordance with Section 5 of Chapter 90 of the acts of I1006 the COlli missioner Agriculture be requested to make out a complete pro gramme for a farmers and nn industrial institute of at least two days duration for each county in the State and submit to the board at some regular or called mooting f jr approval at lleast two months prior to holding auy county institute and that in the programme for each county institute there shall be included a notice that there shall be elected one or more delegates to the next State institute in the manner us provided for in the rules governing State institutes adopted by the State board February 24 IflOg pages 07 08 and 03 of the minutes of this board It was decided at the meeting that an appeal would be mode to the Kentucky Legislature for an appropriation of 200 300 According to the members so many buildings are needed to care for the ex liibitors that it will be necessary to erect more buildings on the State Fairgrounds It is claimed by the members that both Republicans and Democrats will work lor the appropriation On the board at present there are three Democrats three Republicans and three Independents The work of the various member of the board for the Kentucky State Fair was outlined at the meeting and the numbers were placed in charge of the following departments Committees Named M C Rankin Chairman Poultryi plants and flowers students Judging contelltProf M A Scovell Dniry cattle dogs beef cattle G N McGrew Vomansdepartmen ifarm implements manufactured pro Herbert M Beard Sheop goats vege tables nnd melons Gutbrie M Wilson Ilorsag mules and jAck stock speed contests Caldwell Norton Swine i Desha Breckinridg Education art William Adiiams Field seed arc grain tobacco Fred U BlackburnHorticulture for estry and minerals The members who were In attendance at the meeting are M C Rankin o Frankfort chairman H A Scovell o Lexington Caldwell Norton of Louis vine Guthrie M Wilson of Bardstown G N McGrew of Bayou H of Hardinsburg j Frad R secretaryii Stanton J W Newman AssoclatioujrAnnouncement was made that 30000 would be distributed during the StateI Fair to be held September 13 to 18 The various committees will be allowed about the same amount as they had a their disposal llast year The most im portant decision however was to havea combination horseshowand bippodrom- at live slock pavilion every night during the State Fair About 1000 will be ex pec ded in placingelectric wires through forfand geldings was added as was the Ken tucky Farmers Futurity which will decided in five heats The value of th take is 1000 It is likely that fully 100 sucklings will be seen in the same ring this year At the conclusion of the session of the State Board of Agriculture Forestryand mmlgratioa yesterday Secretary New I HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCET J A Strong Letter Concerning PeriMta I11 rrrrn nm = E Mr Charles Nathan I wwwvwaawwNasal Catarrh for Four Years J i Mr Charles Nathan Treasurer Young Mens Hebrew Benevolent Society 1813 St Marys Ave Omaha Neb writes i I am glad to bear testimony to tho value of Pcmna as a remedy par excellence for catarrh I I have boon troubled wltfi nasal catarrh for upwards of four years I would havo headaches and at times it would cause blooding of tho nose I tried at least a dozen douches and powders which wore only a source of expense to mo irritating tho affected parts without causing any Improvement Ono months treatment with Peruna cured mo entirely and I fool relieved and pleased to think that I am so Ajutirely free IrOn this unpleasant trouble A largo number of tho young mon members of our benevolent Society learning what Pcruna did for me havo tried It and boon cured of catarrh of the head and lungs and tho stomach It has cured dozons of colds and Inflammation of the throat and lungs caused by prolonged colds and I certainly think It a very superior and safo remedy to use always sure to help vw vnrvww Stomach Trouble and Catarrh entirely rid of them both Mr William Wliians 510 Hoyt St I took Porupa for ni month before I Portland Ore Vice President Patrons felt sure that I was on the highroad to of Husbandry writes recovery but I was amply repaid for my Stomach trouble and catarrh have persistence After three months of Its boon the bane of my life for a number use I did not need any more medicine of years but thanks to Peruna I am I was completely cured man made the following statement Eliminates Politics The action of Chairman 211 C Ran kin ani Prof Si C Scovell the two ex officio members of the board and in dorsed by the entire board as well as Mr Moorman Jr tbe defeated candi date at EHzabetbtown practically eliminates politics from the State Fair Ulan agement and State harmers Institute in the future This is exceedingly gratifying to all interested and the action will be commended by every farmer in the State It also means that both Demo crats and RepubHcuns will go after the next General Assembly for a handsome appropriation for the erection of perman ent buildings upon the State Fair grounds und give the farmers of Ken tucky an opportunity to properly exhibit their livestock and farm crops Candidates for membership of the next Gener al Assembly will now be asked by the farmers in Kentucky irrespective of pol itics to express tbemsehes as to their feelingf townrd tbe proper development of the State Fair So far we have had nothing but favorable expressions from these candidates and It is confidently hoped that some 2CO000 will be voted for theerection of needed buildings on the present fair grounds The board todpy ordered steps to betaken to put electric wires throughout the livestock pavilion nnd have it in re diness to light up for a great com bination horse show nerd hippodrome for the evening feature of the forthcoming fair This building will seat 0000 peo ple and we will have such an attraction there this year as will tax the capacity of the building each evening of the week The finest features from the New York Hippodrome will be booked by the State Fair management nod one of the best shows ever seen in Louisville will be run throughout the fair rain orsfyne I For a mild easyaction of the bowels n single dose of Deans Regulets is I enough Treatment cures habitualcon stipation 25 cents a box Ask your druggists for them Editor Moorman Here Roy E Moorman editor of theI Breckenridge Democrat was in this city last week soliciting advertisements t l g i 1Rf 0 ilEryr When You Come to Lou se Exposif tion April 1224 we want you to see the Biggest Org n Pa tQty In TbeWorld ic WHERE THE BEST ORGANS IN TilE WORLD ARE MADE- t Hs aslght worth seeing iInd wolmnlee your visit pleasant If youslipuTd what to buy an organ for your IloajE ot your OIIUKOI1 wo will soil yni Ono IeON CREDIT AND ON 30 DAYS FREE TRIAL i Ringing Testimonials FrayJ Young Men- Unsolicited Evidence as to thi Merits of PerunaiiI From the North South tail and West Pimples and Constipation rt Mr Norman S Boutllier PortGal dontn Capo Breton Nova Scotia wrlttal I cannot nxpress too highly t M groat bondflt I have received from your medicine Poruna At first I was skeptical as to your medicine but now Ianl perfectly satisfied as to the result I hayo obtained II ani thankful to say that I feet ail well as I ever did The pimples hyyr all gone from my face Manalin fraa cured tho constipation and Peruna hag cured the catarrh Stomach and Liver Mr Joe Schrolbor 031 Third St Mil waukee WIs writes 1I have suffered greatly with stomp and liver troubles My complexion at ono time was very sallow my appetite and digestion very bad my Tstomach I weak and I suffered from nausea aftrc eating lA personal friend recommended your wonderful discovery Peruna and I am under obligations to him for rec ommending It to me and under greater obligations to you for having placed such a valuable medlclneou tho market E unhesitatingly recommend it to my friends who may be similarly nflllctcd1 t ToDay Well and Hearty Mr Robert E Klcssol PonnsTill J writesIN focI bettor than Iover did in my lifer II a well and hearty man Perri 4I na helped to get my health where itl today and If It woro not for Pcrunai would bo in the samo boat that IWM last summer- I took several bottles of oruna and If I had taken it in tho first place I would havo saved several dollars besides tho time I lost which was over sixteen weeks- Idan say that Dr Hartmalis Pcrun saved my life I can recommend Pe runa to any one by tho experience I tiavc had with it A Good Word for Pcruna- Mr J J Moore Box 1521 Pclzor S O1Yrltcslilt is with much pleasure that Jean speak a good word for your wdndrflll remedy Pcruna- Ai I have boon permanently cured of catarrh by its use it has been worth Viouliands of dollars to me I vlkyou Jnuih success in your work for a county directory which he is com piling Mr Moorman is probably the youngest editor in Kentucky and is very ambitious for his home town Harilins burg He thinks he has succeeded in getting street lights for the county capital and his next ambition is to get the social s tto give a party with Cloverport girls as guests Stops itching tautly pilesI eczema salt rheum tetter itch hives herpes sSJ1tbiesDoans Ointment Ate e lnydrugstor Ninety Dollars Saved A X90 certificate on Baldwin Piano Co for sale cheap Any person dosir ing to purchase n piano or piano player will nave money by purchasing this certificate Address News office Cloverll port Ky CASTOR IIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the- Signdtare of l at the not 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