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V j I G = a r 44- p THE BREJKENRIDGENEWS d ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 14 1909 8 DRf1es Nk 40 i N M BOOTH DEAD Oldest Telegraph r in United lat Built First Telegraph Line From Louisville to Owensboro BORN IN JEFFERSON COUNTY Evansville Ind April 10Nor horne M Booth aged 80 years said to be the oldest telegrapher In the United States died at his home at405 Chandler avenue Friday noon In the language of the boys who he in hekanswered 30 the operators signal J signifying the end Mr Booths end was peaceful fol L + lowing weeks of illness In his declining days his eyesightwas affected jet he compiled a book of memoirs which he treasured highly Mr Booth was born in Louisville Ky and became a telegrapher there in 1840 He llatboated on the Ohio for a time when he formed a stock company and built a telegraph line from Louisville via Owensboro and Evansville to Shawneetown Ill He had his main office on Water street and saw the steamboat business in its height His line was practically forc ed out of business by the Western Union company in 1871 when he gave up his private venture and tofik the place of manager of the Western Union ofllce here This position he held until 1884 when he reached the age of 62 years and retired Mr Booth was a man of forceful character virile mentally and ener getic in pushing business He was highly regarded by the Western Union ofllcials and hundreds of men in the profession and other walks of life I Mr Booth was married in 1855 to Miss Mary Porter of Bardstown Ky She survives him with the following children Norborne M of the West era Union office herej William and Galt Booth Mrs Fannie Covert of Washington D C Mrs anne Tel ferof Kansas City Mo and Misses Louise and Kate Booth of Eansville News ot his death was flashed over the telegraph wires to all parts of the country yesterday and brought expressions of regret from the boys everywhere at the keys Funeral services for the deceased b were held Monday morning at 10 oclock from the late residence Rec tor W Reid Cross of tit Pauls Epis i copal church officiating COMMERCIALCONVENTION Twentyeight counties have already responded to the call sent out for a commercial convention to be held in l Louisville April 23 and additional ones I are sending in their appointments daily More than a hundred delegates i have been named and it Is certain that the attendance will be large Com ismerelal bodies and county judges are making the appointments Gov Willson has accepted an invita tion to be present and speakand others on the program are Attorney General James Breathltt and Senator Thomas A I Combs of Lexington who will talk of i tax reform J W Porter of Lexington whosesubject is the State Develop I ment Association Prof J W Mc Conathy of Louisville who will speak of county Museum clubs J B Atkinson t of Earlington who is to speak on I forestry and Dr JN McCormack of I Bowling Green who will discuss the State health There will be a morning and an after noon session at the Sellbach and a banquet in the evening tendered to the delegates by the Louisville Corn mercial Club under Whose auspices the convention is being arranged Each delegate will make a short talk on the needs and resources of his county s i Judge Moorman has appointed the following delegates from this county Hon John P Haswell Jr Roy E k Moorman of Hardinsburg and Jno D i 1 Babbage of Cloverport f i c- ii Hancock And Meade Assessments i stateiaction as to the assessments of property in the counties of Hancock and Meade If ordered a raise of two per centonfarm land and personally of Hancock and a raise of five per cent 0 on similar property of Meade o r r f SINGING MOUSE AT STEPHENSPORT Attracting Attention of Brecken ridge County People OWNED BY JUDGE JOHN ADAIR Hoop La Hoop La Heara do Singing Mouse J Ten cents One Dime The above announcement may very soon be placed upon the bill boatdsnfiF vertising drawingcardforLouisviilos- White CKy or Cincinnatis Chester park also be the means of drawing in barrels of newly coined dimes for Judge Adair of the Stephensporl Two States Bank who is the sole owner of the pig show This Adair singing mouse bids fair to place beyond the gate the educat ed fleas imported last year from Ger many and take precedence above every I creeping thing under the sun as a novel park and side show feature This little singing mousewhich has been christen ed Adair sings and chirps out little notes much like birds of the air At the beck of its master Adair Will put forthas sweet a lullaby as a mother ever sang to her babe Classics are rendered in Adairs own native style repetirely has trouble in securing a perform ance The little mouse displays his talent better and more easily after nib bling on small bits of cheese Sometimes heretires to his hole and remains for an hour or more then darts back into his court and renders a selection He performs better when only a few auditors are abort and stillness prevails i Adair was discovered in Hancock county by Judge Adair at the home of a rural relative Wonderful stories were told the Judge of the mouses peculiar hbllltysOowonderlulihdeed that Judge Adair announced that he believed in the i creed of folks living West of the Miss issippi and that he must be shown be fore he would believe The little mouse wall broughtforthandthesinginghodi- dJudi says was really so wonderful that be became Captivated gathered it up and fetched it to Stephensport gave one public performance In his bank to a number of friends and since then he has beep beseiged with hungry sightseers This mouse is 012 exhibition and may be seen for the mere asking Malt is of normal size and does not differ in any way from the ordinary mouse save his vocal abilities Judge Adair gives the little fellow the I closest attention possible and in him Judge believes ho has a moneymaking proposition So soon as the news sprea s agents from all the shows and amuse ment parks in the country will no doubt be on the Judges trail seeking public performa lice rights STEPHENSPORT That singing mouse I Have you heard it Schoppsbig clearance sale is proving a big success Buyers are flocking in from all parts and taking home stacks of goods Mr chopp saya it pays to ad vertise Mrs G W Paynes display of new spring millinery is right In line with allI the btst and latest things to spring hntsI Her opening Thursday April 15 wlllI show her line in all its beauty V A full new stock of spring dry goods at G W Paynes G W Payne pays highest market price for butter eggs and chickens Dr Nevitt went to Ekro Saturday Capt Merritt launched a new launch over at Rome Saturday That singing mouse is the wonder of the age D C Heron of Irvington was here Saturday representing a tobacco housett Mrs Payne will exchange hats for t butter eggs and chickens A beautiful line of spring dress goods at G W Payees Mrs G W Payne has displayed beautiful taste in her purchases of spring I millinery Her selections are the new est things in untrimmed and odd shaped hats beautiful Flowers Fruits and Foliage Wings Quills and fancy heather Novelties Her prices are notII high but very reasonable j Wanted A good spellerAdairR- ESIDENCE BURNED Mrs IsabelleBrown who live on the Brandenburg and Flint Island road near liuodelia lost her residence and all her household goods by fire last Friday night Loss 800 fully covered yin I surance in the Farmers Mutual Insur J acne Company D a COMING DIRECT TO CLOVERPORT A Mandate Handed Down From Monongahela Consolidated Coal Coke Co 10 CLOVERP RT TO BE TERMINAL In the building of the new railroad from Madisonvllle and Hartford to make the connections with the branch about a mile above Fordsvillc it was first decided to use the branchroute up to Irvington Of course this route was more suitable for the Henderson Route as it had atrack already laid butit seems that the Henderson Route and the Madisonvillc Route has but little say A high official of the Consolidated Coal Coke Co said to a News representative This combine I represent owns every acre of coal land in Kentucky Our nearest point for distribution on the Madison vllle Hartford Line will be Clover port as it has deep water all the year round This coal field is now open and will be controlled by a Syn dicate It is the interest of all our people to have the road to come through over the old Victoria route to Cloverport for we can get deep water navigation all the year round Our coal will go direct to the South as the Combine owns every boat in the line and will load our steamers at Cloverport employing over 200 men to look after our interest The Sprague on her last trip had a special trip She had 58 barges and covered six acres 1400000 bushels of coal and ifplaced in cars holding 50 tons each it would have taken 1300 cars to hold it and if placed on a track of 25 cars to a train and 50 tons to a car it would take 52 locomotives s to haul the goods So you see by nom lag direct to Cloverport over the old route we can save over 10 miles and as the Combine owns this territory you see we are going to pull to ou own interest BANKER PARRISH GETS FIVE YEARS Jury Finds Owensboro Banker Guilty and Sentences Him to Five Years in the Penitentiary The second trial of JamosH Parrish the Owensboro banker came to a close Thursday morning at Hswesville when the jury returned a verdict of guilty after deliberating two hours and thirty minutes The trial lasted ten days Parrish was tried upon the charge of receiving deposits at his bank when he knew it was Insolvent I The case was hard fought Parrish was surrounded by his wife brothers and sisters when the jury reported and he seemed the least concerned of all when the verdict was read A motion was promptly made for a new trial and special judge Kelley announced that he would hear the arguments later Par rish is now in jail at Hawesvllle TilE HERNDON SALE A big crowd attended Jesse M Hern dons sale near Irvlugton last Monday Everything brought good prices with the exception of the cattle The bidding was not spirited or lively and with pHI of Dave Henrys enthusiasm and loud talking he couldnt get any bidders to move up They were finallykuockod off to Ben Clarkion at 505 for 13 head Farm implements brought good prices Corn sold at 80 cents sheep at 850 to 85 a head lambs included horses mule and hogs the bidding was lively and prices soared upward The sale all round was a success and very satisfactory to Mr Herndon Mr Herndon certainly had a nice homo and farm well kept and improved with many comforts you seldom see about farms Mr Herndon will move to Ir vington for the present Mr King who bought the farm Is well pleased with his purchase and will move in about May 1 Notice All members of the Methodist church are requested to be present at the open Sundaymornlni i NEWSY NOTES iI OF IRVINGTON I Items Of General Interest From A 1Beautiful Breckenridgfe Town MRS 1111 KEMPER ENTERTAINS Misses Eva and Mabel McGlothlan left Tuesday for Louisville to be the guests of Miss Essie Biggs for a week Miss Jennie Mabel Harris of Clover port was the guest of Mrs R M Jolly Wednesday bliss B Ada Drury of Louisville came down Friday to be the guest of her sister Mrs R B McGlothlan Miss Nellie Smith spent Easter with Miss Reba Lewis at Cloverport Miss Margaret Peyton left Friday for a weeks visit to Mrs West Massie o LouisvilleMiss Cooper and brother Mr Douglas Cooper of Corydon Indiana Miss Ollle Jeffries of Frankfort and Miss Olive Mae Adkisson of Guston were visitors of Mr and Mrs A B Coleman lust week E H Ashcraft spent Friday in the city vAlf Taylor and A3 Siiterfpf Custer went to EvdnsvllleVMbnday6h a busi ness trip J Mrs R Mi Jolly who has leen visit I ing her mother Mrs Nannie Williams atfMr Vernon Ill for the past month arrived home Friday night Miss Mary Peyton went to Louisville last Friday to see the Merry Widow a Macauleys Mrs Bettie Calhoun expects to leave In a few days for Owensboro for an in definite visit to relatives Mr Jonas Lyons the resturant pro prietor and farmer combined ref ports that he planted sixty acres o corn last week This is the first corn planting we have heard of in thi country this spring A new spring dress of fresh paint i being given thefront of the store JollyrMr Willie Penick of Custer passe through town last Monday morning en route to Martinsvllle Ind to drink the health giving waters for several weeksMrs Rod Foote has returned from Louisville where she was called to see her sister Mrs T E Ditto who is very ill- The remains of Mrs Arthur Rap nee Lucile Wagner arrived here Mon day morning from St Louis Mo where she has been ill for a few weeks at her home The interment was in the Washington family grave yard o Thursday morning at 10 oclock Mrs Rapp has visited here for the past several years her numerous friends and relatives Sne was quite a popular andattractive young lady and she has a host of friends left to mourn of her loss Those that accompanied the re mains from St Louis were Mr Arthu- Rapp Mr and Mrs Henderson Mr and Mrs Rapp and Mr and Mrs Race II of Peoria Illinois The Ladies Aid of the Methodis- church met with Mrs W J Piggotton nI last Friday afternoon Mrs L H Jolly furnished the music for the after noon which was enjoyed by all Mrs H H Kemper and Mrs Chamberlain read very entertainingly after which the hostess served a dainty luncheon Mrs L H Jolly entertained her Sunday school class composed of the kinder garden pupils of the Methodist school on last Monday afternoon All report having a good time and praising Mrs Jolly as being a most charming hostessQuite a large crowd attended the sale of JM Herndon on his farm near hereon Monday Miss Beulah Mudd will return from EUzl1bethtovn this week after being the guest of her sister Mrs R E Hayes for a few weeks Mrs Luther Wilson is convalescent after quite aselgo of lagrip Mrs Nora Board and children were ComptoHendersonn Miss Jessie Brady will come home Thursday from Louisville where she been for some time with hen sister Mrs Tony McCoy DrB D Beeler of Louisville was at the Neafus Hotel last week for a fet days doing dental work Mrs F H McGehee returned Frida from Stephensport after being the guest of her sister Mrs Dick Skillman f Lo4TThe most highly refined and healthful of baking powders Its constant use in almost every American household its sales allover the world attest its wonderful popularity and usefulness Sam nix of Stephensport was i town Saturday fiefe horse to Sam Bunger at Guston Satur day Consideration not known Mrs Edd Robertson and daughter Mildred spent last week near Lodibur e visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Payne Irvington is soon to have a bake which we are quite sure will be glad welcomed by our people and we are equally as sure that the enterprise tvf prove a success Louis Bennett Moremen returnd Sunday from Brandenburg after spending a few days with his grandparents Mr and Mrs A Moremen Miss Mary Cornwall has returned after spending the Easter holidays iin Louisville the guest of her sister Mrs 1uracrtMr and Mrs Tony King of Hol and Miss McGary of Kirk spent Sun day at the home of Mr and Mrs J E- King Mrs JH Conly and little sopHug Sexpect to leave this week for Birmin ham Alabama after being the guest of her sister Mrs Nora Boards H B Head made a rlp toXpuisvlHej Thursdays BeatsY vilfe Indiana where he will make his childredn will follow laterafter a visit to relatives- at Hardinsburg Last Friday and Saturday will long be remembered by those who attended the millinery openings of Lyons Dry Goods Co conducted by Miss Nann Childs and Miss Laura Halesadjoining R M Jollys store The large and pretty display of pattern hats and upc five and inviting On Tuesday afternoon of last week Mrs H H Kemper entertained inn a very pleasing manner in honor of her charming guest Mrs M M Bardwell1 The pretty and attractive home we decorated in evergreens potted plants and cut flowers Dominoes Whist was played progressively and just after that Mrs Bardwell honored us with a number of selections of her voice which Delightr ful refreshments in the way of ices were served Those who accepted Mrs Kempers hospitality were Mesdames L B Moremen C L Chamberlain L Stand E H Jolly Misses Ellen Munford Nellie Smith Eva and Mabel McGloth lan Willa Drury Mary Peyton and Evelyn Herndon The Musical The Musicale given under the auspices of the Ladies Aid of ths Baptist church Saturday evening was quite a success both socially and financially While standing room was not sold yet there was quite a nice house and what was lacking in number was compensated in quality there being In the audience music lovers from this an adjoining communities The music rendered by Mr Hazzard was very highclass and highly appreciated Mrs Bardwells solos were most enjoyable not often are we favored with such artistic skill as her singing portrayed The anthems rendered by the choir were highclass and thoroughly appreciated especially the bass solo by Mr Murray and the tenor solo by Mr Heron Miss Nannie Childs would like for you to call and see her new spring hats 1- 0lOhl they are exquisite say those who have taken a look at Miss Nannie Childs display of new spring hats pricevs on drugs dlsy play of spring millinery at her new stand next door to L M Jolly FISCAL COURT NOTES TuesadyApril bee The report filed by J V St Clair of rerypointy ing and erecting bridges in the county 11to the estimated cost of 10007 The new bridges recommeded are on Sink ing Creek near Webster at a cost of 2000 and one at Shot Pouch 8400 The bridgeat Glendeane about rot ted down is recommended as not needed A levy of 15 cents on the 100 and a poll tax of 100 was made for school purposes as recommended by the Board of Education The people Disttrict are exempt from taisitauej they already taxing themselyelf iii excess of this amount for school ziposes HouseSMike Miller was elected Road Sup ervisor for two yearly at aQOQsalary He Is directed to bd la his Office on Saturdays and Mondaysi Dr J C Sutton was continued pauper and jail physician for two years Lee Walls was continued pauper Commissioner for two years Paul Compton was reelected Com countyforieM H Beard was reelected Com missioner of the railroad tax district Dr John E Kincheloe was elected County Health Officer at a salary of 875 per year John Hoben was elected a member of the County Board of Healh The salaries of all county officers were made the same as last year ands payable quarterly It was decided to build no bridge at Harnbacks Mill this year Grayson county being unwilling to build her half Only 248 was asked for books for indigent school children The tax levy in addition to that made for school purposes was fixed at For general expense fund 7c on 100 For sinking fund 5c on 100 For pauper fund 6c on 100 The poll tax was continued at 150 The 25c tax on the 100 for roads and bridges is devided as follows 15c for bridges and lOc for roads fortright of way for road through his farm besides 100 paid him by the petition ersClaims for sheep killed and injured by dogs were allowed amounting to 25350 There is a great differenced between the values of sheep at assess ing time in the fall and at the time they are assessed after being killed or hurt by dogs The hurt and killed ones aremuch more valuable Pool Question Undecided The Burley Tobacco Society held a short session at Winchester Ky last Tuesday and adjourned until June Their sessions wero held in secret and little except routine business was trans acted Tho affairs pertaining to wind lug up the affairs of the IflOO and 1007 crops engaged their attention most of the time If a large per cent of the crop is not pooled no effort will be made to control It The pledge adopted soete time ago will be modified somewhat to make its provisions somewhatysee dras tic but nothing of the kind was dope at this meeting t c wy F rl rfi J q- r4 y 11 Ln w r M j tm+ Me i w rruw niMf+ r + 1 N tS a Ta 1 r t t I i I i For Croup Tonsiliii andAsthma A quick and powerful remedy is needed to break up an attack of croup Sloans Lintmet has cured many cases or croup It acts Instantly when applied bout inside and outside of the throat it breaks up the phlegm reduces the inflammation and relieves the difficulty of breathing Linimentgives quick relief in all cases of asthma bronchitis sore throat tonsitts and pains in the chest rrlce 85o LOc and 8100 Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass v J r I QoliII111 otwo JI OQ BEST 0- u Q n has the cream blend flavor Cream n U blend flour flour In buyingflour its U- n 1 n nestablishedj nn- u U because it has cream blend It is- m1 1BEST because it is a perfect flour IIIItJ is BEST because it has been weighed in the balance and has al ways met the requirements in the- o best homes It is BEST becauseoit is made of the choicest winter wheat and invarably makes the most delibiour and nurishing bread rolls biscuits cakes pastries Etc Ask your grocer for Lewisport Hills j BEST FLOUR LEl Elandhave no other IJIJ- EE FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING GROCERS 0 LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY 00- t t am LEWISPORTrKENTUCKY H 1Gi JI oI- til r r s c+ rrawaw b IIf a I RURALITELEPHONES 1 Mr Farmer are you interested If so call on the t manager of tho Cumberland Telephone Telegraph mjj i Company and have him explain the special Far x morn Line ratellJfe CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated z Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees If you do you my find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quicksales Jno D Babbage Sales 6000 A Year I A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc Annual sales 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Her is a fine opportunity for a man wit a small capital to drop right into a goo business For further particulars write i JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky 352 acres on Uardlnsburg an 3 3 950 trails of Slnkhur road i miles from Buniplo Improvements two onestory dwelitns13 throw big barnes hog house ulldI blacksmith shop all necesssirv outhouses 130 acres uixler cultivation and pasture J In timber white ouk black oak 1 find sugar true all Rood size Plenty of Rood I water the year round Onu third cash nndI Rood easy terms on baluncu Ciflfi to acres situated IIK miles from colt joins Qabo Pierce Rldgo land In good shapu Rood fencluR one good dwel ling bourn 3 roomy i good cistern 1 burn SOxltf cut I novcrfalliiiRSprluit two ponds This IIH gpo t tobacco wheat and corn land 2 acres In timber white uk sugar trea nu boecnf balance cleared 1Jenty of good fruit Good road to 8tophenjiiortsK miles and Rood road to II ol IK miles This farm Is not wornt out It Is Rood land and tn good tlx Just the I tarts for a man with a small rurally j t r AvenueWollSi 75balls on Uardlnsburj andJ of Sinking road S milesfrom Sample Improvements dwelling and timberBeechbehauled forhyeariInoll9yFOR SALEA tarn containing 23Oacres and under fence A nicu cottage of live dt5 rooms two cisterns a walled cellar withI I barnsonoItreos also pears quinces and aurleots most Mvlnynrdofof small rolls InduJlnR a nlco clerorIroves of blaek locust bulllclont for posts tc ElcroconorlongFOR SALEA splendid stunt for a druggist surroundedJyOthe stepIntoAn old established physician wants to retire Oioyorport 1 il A Gentleman From Mississippi By THOMAS A WISE JtoDelixed From the Play by FredeticK W Toomhr COPYRIGHT 1000 DY THOMAS A WISE I I CHAPTER XVIII nOPE LANQDONS noun OP TRIUIIPK sat at a table in the room across from HAINES Georgia and his grat for her battle In his fa vor mingled with a realization of qual ties in this young lady that bo had never before noticed Probably he did not know that w at he had really seen In her that day and that evening was tho sudden transition from girlhood to womanhood her casting aside of thoughtless irresponsible youth and the shouldering of the responsi bilities of the grown woman who would do her share in the worlds work Ho staredacross in aston ishment at this sUp of a girl who had outwitted two resourceful men and an old er sister of un questioned abili tD ties She would do her share I do not recflt1C worldswork ogntee you Miss Hope ho said final ly Perhaps you never looked at the before she suggested archly feeling in stinctively that this was her hour that the man she loved was at this moment thinking more about her than of any thing else in the world HaInes made a gesture of regret That must be it he agreed Then he leaned forward eagerly But Im looking at you now and I like looking at you I like what youve done for meOh that was nothing Mr Haines the exclaimed airily her intuition tell ing her of her sway over the man Nothing he exclaimed Well its more than any one ever did for me before Ive known lots of girls I dont oubt that Mr Haines Hope Interjected with a light laugh Yes I say Ive known llots of girls but theres never been one who showed herself such a true friend as you have been Theres never been any one who believed In me this way when I was practically down and out t u Perhaps youve never been down and out before Mr flames so they sever had a chance to show whether they believed in you or not That may be one reason he answered I wonder whyhe paused I wonder why your ulster Carolina did not believe in me You were quite fond of her werent you the girl began then stopped and turned away her head mines gazed curiously at Hope was yes I even thought I loved her but I soon saw my mistake It wasnt love It was only u kind of Suddenly pausing Bud Ilnlnos shot a swift glance at the girl What wonderful hair you have Miss HopeThe girl smiled Invitingly Think so Yes he declared earnestly I know so I never noticed It before but I guess lots of fellows down in Mississippi have Hopes tantalizing smile worried him I hope you are not secretly engaged tool he exclaimed No oh no she answered quickly before she thought Or In love he asked seriously Haines had stood up and was now leaning intently over the table Ho realized the difference between the feeling he had had for Carolina anll the tender emotion that thrilled him as lie thought of tho sweet girl before him This time be knew he was not mistaken He knew that he truly loved Or Hope In LangdonII lous at her silence Hope looked at him slowly A faint Iblush Illumined her face Oh dont lets talk about me she exclaimedBut want to talk about you ho cried I dont want to talk about any thing else I must talk about you and 11 No one has itcllevcA in ma hilt you Im going tP talk whether you want tQbear or not o e1WvAl1h na i 0 el when nobody else believed Youve fought for mo when everybody else was fighting against me Youve shown that you think I am honest and worthy of a womans faith You fought your own family for me Nobody has ever done for me what you have and and Ho faltered full of what ho was about to say And youre grateful she ended He looked her squarely in the eyes as though to fathom her thoughts Then he reached toward tho girl and seized both her hands Grateful nothing he cried Im not grateful Im In loveIn love with you I want you want you as I never wanted anything or anybody before nnd I tell you Im going to have you Do you hear Hope could not hide her agitation The light In her eyes showed she was all a woman Oh nothing in the world could hap pen as quickly as that Mr Haines 1 she protested with her last attempt at archnessNothing could he threatened Ill show you He advanced quickly around the tai blc but the girl darted just beyond his grasp Then sho pausedand her lover gathered her in his arms Hope my dear you are my own was all he could say as ho bent over to kiss the lips tbat were not refused to him Hope released herself from his fer vent grasp I love you I do love you she said fondly I believe In you and fattier must too Youve got to straighten this tangle out now for my sake as well as your own Father will listen Its all so strange so wonderful I can hardly understand it began Haines slowly as he held the girls bandsUnknown to both the door leading from the hall had opened to admit Senator Laugdon Into the lower end of the room Surprised at the sight of the couple so seriously intent on each other he made a sudden gesturo of anger then apparently changing his mind advanced toward them I believe you want to see me sir he sold to Haines I hope youll be brief I have very little time to spare from myguests- Uopes bosom fluttered timorously at the interruption The man nervous ly stepped forward I shant take much of your time Senator Langdon he said There has been a misunderstanding a terrible mistake I am sure I can convince youSenator Luugdon hesitated doubtfully half turned toward Carolina Ran dolph and Norton who had followed him trod again faced lathes Hope pressed her fathers arm and looked up Into his taco entreatingly Randolph observing this quickly stepped close to the senators side saying 1 eau settle with this Mr flames for yon Waving his son aside the senator finally sp ko I reckon theres been too many attending to my business and settling my affairs Randolph he said I think for n change Ill settle a few of my own All of you children go out and leave mo hero with Mr Haines CHAPTER XIX SENATOR LANGJJON LEARNS TILE TBTJTH lIEN they were alone lathes faced tho senator and spoke Wf determinedly They told you I was not running straight he said Tho senator nodded and the lines about his mouth deepened Yes Bud Haines stiffened at the word Every muscle in his body seemed to become rigid as ho mentally vowed that he would retaliate against his traducers If It cost him his life to do It Hope had informed him only too ac curately ho now realized Little did the senator know that what ho was now about to hear would give him one of the severest shocks of his life They told me you werent running straight said HaInes deliberately Now neither one of us has been crooked but somebody else has been and this was the plan t6 keep us apartNorton told mo you were speculating In Altacoola laude said Langdon And Norton told me tho same of you retorted Bud Tho senators face grew very serious But my daughter Miss Carolina Langdon confirmed Nortons story Haloes hero faced the most difficult part of his Interview Ho hardly know how to answer IDs manhood rebelled against placing any blamq on a wo man Ho revolted at the thought of ruining a fathers faith In his daughter s honesty especially when that father was the man ho most admired a man for whom he had genuine deep rooted affection But it was necessary that the words be spoken I hate to tell you sir he said In a low uncertain voice that it was your daughter Carolina who made me be Move this story told about you and vouched for by your son Randolph tangdon started hack aghast Ho stayed at ttahies ani knew that JJ- k 9i t- jij spoko the truth Then his white head sank pathetically Tears welled nMI the oyes of tho planter and this old fighting man dropped weakly into a chair sobbing convulsively broken Inspirit and wearied in body At length Haines spoke to his strick en chief I know It hurts he said It hurt me to have to say it Dont believe it until you get It out of Norton but then you must do some thIng LangdoU came to his feet But ping there his mOljj weakness In him now Yes he would do some thing lIe would go after the thieves that had turned his own W 11ii flesh nnd blood against him and I root them all outIII know It IUT show them all up I 1I0h Ml do something ho said I grimly Im going to make up for I lost time Of course Norton is speculating Whos behind him 7 I Stevens and Peabody Im positive answered Haines and behind them Is I Standard Steel t What exclaimed Larigdon Stevens in a swindle like thlsl Are you sure How do you know I A Gulf City man who couldnt car ry his liquor gave me some clews and I worked Norton into telling some more answered the secretary Where Is Peabody flics here now Then he hasnt got my letter yet 1 sent him a note and signed your name senator to the effect that the Gulf City claims have been brought before you so strongly that you might vote for Gulf City- Langdon was amazed You sent that note he exclaimed when you know Altacoola Is tho only proper place and Gulf City Isa mud bank The newspaper man smiled Of course he agreed but I had to get a rise out of Peabody This will show where ho stands HOh said Langdon I u- naarstand1 Thanks boy A servant en tered with a note For Senator Peabody sir marked Urgent The messengers been hunting him for some hours ILangdonI gcdto the then turnedII I I Show thatdesknote until I ring for you then bring It to Senator Pea body Understand No matter how urgent its marked The man bowed Yes sir Now tell Mr Norton Miss Langdon and Mr Randolph to como here The senator turned back to his sec rotary j T expect Im goingo be pretty busy the rest of the evening Bud so In case I fyrpet to mention It again remember to show up at your old desk In the morning j rwill Thank you sir You sent for us senator said Nor ton approaching with his two dupes You tire Interested in Altacooln lands the senator angrily charged- I am sir he said And you told Mr Unities that I WIllS Interested In Altacoola lands The schemer hesitated and the sen ator broke in on him in rage Speak out man I Tell tho truth If you can 11 did admitted tho congressman finallyWas there Jiny particular reason for your not telling the truth demanded the Mississippian in threatening tone- I told tho truth replied Norton You are interested In them For an instant Langdon seemed about to step toward him then be con trolled himself III didnt know It he said You have several things to learn senator declared the congressma- nI have things to learn and things to teach bosaldIIBut go on Why am I Interested You are Interested senator replied tho trickster making his big play through your son Randolph who In vested 50000 of your money in Alta coda and also through your daugh ter Miss Carolina who acting on my advice has put her own money2l joIn Altacoola land also For a moment Langdon was speech less It was too much at firstfor thelhonest old southerner to comprehend You mean he gasped at last that you Induced n boy to put 50000 in Altacoola land when you know I had to vote on the bill And you ovenE let my daughter put her money In tho same scheme Of course I did It was a splendid chance and t let your son In for friendship nnd your daughter because she hits done me the honor to promise to become my wife IIWbatl You have my daughters promise to merry you you She admits it herself Then I reckon heros where I lose a prospective fJonI11awanecred LangdonIIDl1tthats unimportant I Now Norton whos behind youY fl must decline to answer that Langdon looked at him sternly Very well he said You arc too small to count Ill find put for myself Njjy you 60 to my gtndr antContipued on I agepven cc t I KILLTHCOUCHtAND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New DiscoveryF- OR CgrSi18 TrialSfffi AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOXOB OR MONEY REFUNDED J E KEITH SON Dealers in GraniteMarble and Stone Cloverport Kentucky r IF i it is the surest and safest place you want to have your watch repaired go to TCLEWIS ho knows how and does as he knows Ho hasono of the finest collections of beautiful uptodate JEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Come he is glad to welcome youland give you satisfactionT LewisHome Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky L Jt STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod crute prices Expert tailors em 1 ployed J H HUNSCHE CasperMav Co Can eltonInd r aees wt IaoTRADE MARKS r DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c sendlnQasketchanddescrlptlnnmayqulaklr Invention U probably potentnhlo Communion tlonsetnctlyoonddentudANDBOO on rateate tent tree Oldest agency for securinpatents 1Itents taken tbrough Munn t Co receIve p thoScientific a handsomely Illustrated weekly Tanreit cit culation of any iclontino loarnnl Terms t3 a I nowedealwsMUNNa f N LIIST L TIME TABLE EASTBOUND No 148 Daily Fast Train loaves Olovernort Pointytites725 A JM 142dllyMalland5xpressleavesOlovorVart statloDSarrivesOluverporteast ot stationserept MLouisville I Train NoU8 Dally Oloverport accomnto14t1oq att1Y091710P0ip0rt TdO p m WEST BOUND accommodationIeavcs waytationsTrain NoHI Dally fast mail andleaves ClovCr ort 1106a mstops onlyexpressPIII OwensooroBtanleYClIonderlon Train No 143 Mall and arrives1036II010verportuOOtv1UeOwensboro j TrChair cars on trains 14114214314 betty isleepIngcars 15andandHtFdrdsvliie Branch EAST BOUND IIfvMFordsvl1Je600i 940amleavefordsvllloh80pmTiala No 6 AIfordbvilleT00mWTleayeeIralttgtoa111Qam At6jpTrain71opm3arrtvea U G r o o fj 6q T 7 GASOLINE BOAT I 4 CRAZE ON Interesting Boat NewsYatchs And Launches Being equipped For Service And Pleasure SEVERAL FOLKS GETTING BOATS The Gasoline boat Craze has struck Cloverport this Spring and struck it big No mote will Mr Turtle he allowed to take his quiet nap and the festive catfish will hnve to seek the deep waters for the wheels of the hew craft that grace the bosom of the Ohio from this port will keep the water churned into n foam The Clo verport Foundry R Machine Co is now equlping1 a new dry dock to be installed at the lower wharf which will be ample to dry dock any of the Gasoline Craft for repair Allen Pierce will have a new boat this season The craft will be 25 feet long and will be equlped with an 8 HP engine The hull is now ready for the engine and in a few weeks she will be placed in commission 000 P D Plank has a now 10 ft hull built in Cincinnati and will have a 3 H P engine She will be ready for the water in a few days 000 Lafe Behen is building him a new hull and will have a 6 H P engine on his new craft He too like the rest is pushing his boat along so as to have her ready for the seasons first run boo Ira Behen will content himself with his old hull but will have a new engine in his boat She will be faster 000 Dave Phelps will not only run his old boat but is going to build a 30 ft hull and will push her along with an 18 H P engine She will be one of the fastest crafts in port Both of his other boats arc being overhauled and will be in good fIx for the season 000 Fred Fraize is having the Dart put in good repair and she is about ready to take the water again 000 Dr Lightfoot is having his boat placed in repairs Late last season she was installed with a new engine a and she wjll be ip splendid fix for this season ooo The Eva Capt Marion Weath I i erholtln command will be placed in commission this week She has been entrelv overhauled andwill still make it hot for the boys that try to run past her 000 Jesse Keys will have a 20 ft launch She will be equiped with a3 H P engine and will soon be completed 100Q Wick DeHaven will buy a 20 ft steel hull and equip her for speed She will be ready for the Springs ason 000 Elmer Noble has a3H P engine in his boat Red Wingooo The Cioyerport Foundry Machine t Shop will equip the Blue Wing Doctor and Jane with new en gives The hulls are now in Cloy r creek They will be for salt 000 v Dr Lightfoot Fred Fraize and1vyll1 Pate will equip the pretty new model hull now lying in the creek with a 32 H P engine She Is 30ft longI and when etjuipCdwill be expected to go some ooo The Fl4Fenceis a new seater craft that Is being Qqulped here She i is 1012 ft wade 56 ft Iqng and was built by the Pettit Bros of Rome She is having a 25 HP engine in stalled on her at the ship yard She will be used fow towingoo0 Capt T1 F Sawyer has had the Red Hen the craft he traded for last falls now placed in good shape A new coat paint will soon be put on and she will be ready for active business Capt Sawyer will also db some boat building this year 1 ooo Driftwood Wont the fish have a time a dodg t ingWhy not organize a Boat Club The advent of the gasoline engine f has opened a wide field of pleasure and business In the upper bends be tween here and Louisville the Usher man runs his nets in a gasoline craft and the farmer takes his produce to town in one They say Bill Pate has gone crazy onl gasoline boats When a test jury was selected with Dr LlghtfootFred vlalze Ira and Life Deb n Allen j Jierce1 Dave Phelps iand Marion Weatherholt to try him The Judge ordered them all confinedfortime same r s9 offguse t d r1e 0 3304 W Market IiiSend 219 Fourth Ave 0 INCOR- PORATEDSwiss Louisville Ky REPEATING RIFLES 4l295 These Rifles are made with 13 shot Magazine shoot n 41cnlibro cartridge and can bo used for target or practice shooting small or big game They are worth Imany tunes the price asked If you are not perfectly satisfied with the gun when it is received return it to us and your money will be cheerfully refunded I U S Springfield Rifles 41CaUbrejt These Rifles cost the United States Government 81800 CARTRIDGESand on account of change in equipment were discarded but are in perfect order and as good as new O nunsOURIN A Club With Your NeighborPACKAGE 25e and save cost of shipping as an order of two or more haver just received a new shipment guns will be shipped within a radius of 200 miles ofYe can fill your orders Louisville Free of Chnrgeand 1 I I 25000 STOCK OF WOflENS MISSES and GIRLS Tailored Suits Dresses Spring Coats Shirt Waists EteiEtcI Novyready for your inspection You will not find a more complete and uptodate line of Heady to Wear in the city Stylish ReadytoWear Spring Millinery Our Millinery department is in keeping with tho rest ot our store A larger and more complete line than it has ever been our pleas ure to display We have anything in the Millinery line flowers ribbons fruit etc at prices that are most reasonable SARDOU AND THE SPIRIT THE GHOST FLUID The Dramatist Wrote and Drew Pic A Test by Which May Be Discerned I turn While Under control Before he made his reputation by writing plays Victorien Sardou the French dramatist who was deeply in terested in spiritualism had n remark able experience In taking dictation He had been Interested in occult pile I nomena and by chance ho came Into communication with a spirit person ality who signed himself Bernard Pallssy SI Sardou told the story of his experiments in an article entitled Only the Blindly Ignorant Scoffs In the Delineator He said One day in my room with two friends I thought I would make the little table where we had taken our coffee run about the room ns I had often done when alone Without say lug anything I put my hand on the table but it would not budge I tried in al1all tho time they were there I to make it move but to no avail As soon an they were gone I could make it do what I pleased even jump clear ore the floor So I took up my pencil J and asked But why would you not make the table move while my frIends I were here The band which held the J pencil wrote They were too stupid Shortly after this I was sitting by my table one day idling dreaming not making any effort to do anything In I particular All of a suddon my hand began to work on tho paper before me with u rapidity and precision which astonished me And it kept this up for close to two hours The result was a fantastic piece of work drawn in delicate lines line almost as a spiders web and at the bottom u signature Bernard Pallssy What is it I askedAnd my automatic hand wrote The house of Swedenborg on time planet Jupiter This was considered as most curious by all my friends who knew that personally I had nd aptitude for drawing A plate was prepared and I wns given an etching tool Tho re sult In the same order of design was a more elaborate piece of work this time curiously combined out of all sorts of musical terms clefs notes bars and so on and the whole was des ignated as the house of Mozart also on Jupiter and the whole was agaIn signed PaJissy In fact Bernard Pallssy became my almost constant companion from this pn like my second self OSI fRsORZ eTheKind You flaw Ails fl h- tat Bers th tgnatore M i Better Subscribe Today u 1 ifi the Digital Effluvia There Is an experiment first made by Dr J Maxwell advocate general at the court of appeals in Paris a dis tinguished magistrate and physician which may be repeated in any drawing roomPlace n screen covered with a dark colored cloth In front of n window so that tile light falls full upon It Be tweeu the window and the screen put the subject of your experiment Let him hold his hands palms toward the breast Huger tips touching In such lII position that they are projected against the dark background of tho screen Then bid him slowly separate ills hands keeping the fingers extended widely Siumllug behind him you win observe a sort of bluish gray cloud which seems to unite tine hand to tier other Eight people out of ton will see thIs says Vance Thompson in Hamptons Magazine In 300 tests made by Dr Maxwell personally U30 folk of one sex and the other discerned tho digital effluvia about 5per cent saw It tinged a deckled limo two saw It yellow In tone and In one Instance tho spectator saw It of a reddish hue The experiment succeeds best In a warm room Cold and lams work against it Tic duration of durability IB four or1 five socnids- IIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Reduced rates to California and the Northwes March 1st to April 30 Regular Homeseekers excursions to the South and Southwest on April 6 to 20 tray 4 and 18 June 1 and 1G July 0 and 20 Aug 3 and 17j Bopt 17 and 21 and Oct 6 and 10 Located You say that tho cook assaulted you inquired the judge Ho me your honor Where did ho kick you lilt the pantry Judge Dr Thomas Electric Oil is the best comedy for that often fatal disease croup Has been used with success In dur family for eight yearsMrs L Whitencre Buffalo NY In the course of life how many persons stop on their way and fall be cause like Atalantn they lot the gold apples seduce them Honore de Bale f OI L1- r I Did Ho Mean to Be Funny The editor of a newspaper whose policy It Is to print many letters from correspondents in neighboring towns recently received such a communica tion from his representative in one place as to which he was not quite sure lie could not decide whether the correspondent was unconsciously humorous or whether he was endeav oring to comply with the standing in structions of the paper to always be on the lookout for any little touch of humor that may brlghtqn up our col J umns The Item read as follows Mr Harry Splnks the well known butcher of this place Ins been losing flesh rapidly of Iatc Lipplncotts DeWitts Little Early Risers the best known pills and the best pills made are easy to take and act gently and are cer taluVe sell and recommend them All Druggists t The Bayonet Tho bayonet was due to time fortu nate Inspiration of a Basque soldier who when he and his regiment having expended their ammunition wero driven to bay on a mountain ridge near Bayonne suggested that they should fix the loin knives with which they wore armed Into tho musket barrels and charge the enemy This advice which was followed with complete success wan tho moans of introducing tne weapon to tho notice of military Europe WHEN WRITING News items to The News please sign your name and NOTuA Friend Then we know the information is from a reliable source Editor Rammed by a Shark The strangest shirk story which ever came to the writers ears was of a shark that charged n steamer This was In Queen Charlottes sound and an account of the Incident appeared in a Vancouver papor The captain of the steamer which was a small craft of only tlfty tons or so saw the shark on the surface on the port bow and could not resist tho temptation of tak ing n shot at It with his rifle Ho hit his mark whereupon the monster said to have been fully twenty feet InI length deliberately charged the steamS er The boat quivered from stem toI stern and the captain said afterward that it was like striking a rock After this display of temper Master Shark had hart enough of It and eank out of jlgutT1 0 Bridges in Chambers Journal Subscribe Right Novv- U e U Heavy impure blood makes a muddy pimply complexion headaches naus aff indigestion Thin blood makes you weak pale sickly Burdock Blood Bitters makes the blood rich red pure restores perfect health HIS HARDEST TASK The Bull the Matadore Found It Mos- Difficult t to Kill These Is no description of a bullfight In Mrs Maud Howe Elliotts boolI Sun and Shadow In Spain but there is a record of a meeting with n mata dore hi the studio of the court Don Jose Vlllcgas anti tho ensuing conversation a part of which revealed i the bullfighter in an unexpectedly gon tIe light It also makes plain the fun j damental reason why Americans ob ject to bullfights How many bulls have you killed 1 same one naked of time nmtadbro In twentyfive years 1 have killed 3000 bulls Were you over afraid- I 7 have been afraid many many times On those occasions I put my trust In my logs and ran as fast as 1 could Tho hull however Is the noblest of I animals unit the bravest He never snakes a cowardly attack from behind lie Is so frank He is terrible though V man nerds nerve to face him whenI he comes Into the ring pawing till earth and hollow lug Will you tell us about the bull that wan the hardest of nil to kill I The matadores taco changed lIe was a white bull he said slowly I and ho didnt want to light When he first camo In ho put his muzzle In my hand Ho followed me about like a little dog I led him with the cloak wherever I wanted to go Yes that was the hardest bull of all to kill Ninety Dollars Saved A 90 certificate on Baldwin Piano Co for sale cheap Any person desir ing to purchase n piano or piano will nave money by purchasing tins certificate Address News office Clover port Ky For a mild easy action of the bowels- n single dose of Roans Regulets i enough Treatment cures habituAlcon tipnUon 35 cents a box Ask you druggists for them NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish obituaries free All newspapers of any sequence charge for such matter We gladly publish accounts of death im media tely after they occurEditor I n- I I DUKES Those on the sick list arc Mrs Vernon Milburn Roily Powers Betty Hall and Ruthford Basham Mrs Mary Sapp win has been quite ill for some time is able to be out againMessrs Hurmnu and Herbert Shad wick of Gatewood were guests of Emmett Hall a few days lastweek Miss Pearl Johnson of Oakton Ky is visiting friends and relatives atthis placeMr and Mrs Lea Campbell and children spent Sunday with Mrs L NewburyCicero Rearden wife and children spentSunday with his brother Alono Miss Pearl Basham left Thursday for an extended visit to her sister Mrs Will Clark at Philpot Homer Tindle Roy Sapp Steve Powers and Jesse Burnett were in Hawesville Wednesday Mrs Anna Slaughter has returned to her home at Hawesvillc after a few days visits with her daughter Mrs Mildred Nichols Mr John Reardenof Herbert spent Saturday with J his brother Cicero Rearden Hilous Basham spent several days last week in Owensboro visiting relatives Miss Jessie Wheatley was In Clo verport Saturday shopping Sunday school every Sunday morning at 0 oclock at the Cumberland Presbyterian church JtfMr and Mrs Oscar Nugent of SundaywithJarboe f Wave Bowling andlwlfc spent Sat I unlay anti Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs John H Bowling RosevllleR our hustling merchant was in town Wednesday gtMGs games Rowland and children spent Sunday with his brotheffn law Dave Starks of near Cloverport Words To Freeze TheSoul Your eon has Consumption His case is hopeless These appalling words were spoken to Geo E Elevens lead Ing merchant of Springfield N C by speclai1St power of Dr Kings New Discovery after three weeks use writes Mr Elevens Iho was as well as ever I would not take all the money in the world for what it did for my boy In failable for coughs anti colds its the safest surest cure of desperate Lung diseases on earth flOe and 100 Guarantee satisfaction Trial bottle free Severs Drug Store Newer Than Post Cards The sadly overworked picture postal has blossomed out In n new guise which Is really worth while It Is made of fine white card of ex rcllcnt quality mill instead of the atSelected quotation or motto beautiful ly printed and hand Illuminqtcd The postals are attractive enough to be given the dignity of a frame and would often solve tub probfoin otlt valentine gift which represents small 1money rnluo The conventional flower borders on sonic of the cards arc exquisitely tint 8rt and the quotations chosen cover n large variety of subjects Up Before The liar N H Brown an attorney of Pitts field Vt write We have used Dr Kings New Life Pills fcr years and find them such a good family medicine we wouldnt be without them IIFor chills constipation biliousness or s ck head ache they work wonders 26c at Stvers Drug Store An Odd Test One clever uoiiselifefior has learned to outwit a nulirt whom she PUS fleeted of diluting lily stock of milk Site kept In her UH lien a fine steel knitting needle which was always in a high degree of polish As soon as thin milk mine Into the houso she stuck the uoedlc lightly lute the can nUll drow It out In an upright position If no drop adhered to the needle Unit rullknuni heard n lino of talk on watered milk that caused him to be careful how he dnlllcd with time pump on 1UH next visit It Is said if bore bo oven it little wa ter in mill not n drop of it will adhero to a needle so used rChildren especially like Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup os it tastes nearly as good as maple sugar It not only heals irritation and allays inflam rrmtion thereby stopping the cough but ns1that way drives time cold from the sys byrAll Druggists Reduced Rates To Louisville t 300 to Louisville and return from vn1 24 Good to return April 26 onactpum 6f Southern1 Electrical anti Industrial c Exposition H I V ft u d Q THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO L Issued Every Wednesday- S on ai nription Price 100 a year in advanceL CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at the rate of to cents per line OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino Money IB advance pleasie i notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give- their old as well as the now address EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY APRIL 14 1909 What are you worth today Not in money but in brains heart purpose character Tell yourself the truth about yourself r George H Jfapworth THINK OF IT Think of if more than 99 per cent of American farmers ignoringj tho American Society of Equity that has given positive proof of the rmerits of its teaching on scientific marketing Can not farmers see atthatthe more their knowledge in producing increases the more they 2 yrt will stand in need of knowledge of how to market what is produced What would bo the result scientific farming caused tho production each year of twico as much wheat corn cotton tobacco gtp as the i tx home and foreign markets could take Poverty and miserywould be the resultI Prevent such results uylcnlningl clop regulation and xr7 controller narketing Tobacco TidinggaWe hear most every body saying a rood word for the roads u j Whether the condition is duo to the weather or the work they do not say Wo think both should have credit and give a little more to the workers than the weather There has been gymo good work donea t Just think of Cloverport being tho great dumping point for all that vast coal field traversed by the now Madisonvillo road J Gov Willson has appointed Col E C Robertson city Judge of II Glendeano That good town is to be congratulated I Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to Andrew Driskell in his great t affliction Sorrows have not come singly to him r It is generally conceded by those who have examined that the and fruit crop is not hurt- S Better put in a big crop of corn along with a small crop of to bacco The tariff well the Senate will fix itall right Corn at SO cents is not bad for the farmer GARFIELD s Mr and Mrs J M Connieof Harned were in town Monday Glen Macy and family were here last TuesdayV Smlthilaft Friday for Louis vil letoibuyantilea- t r I+ Irs HichardItenick of near Custer x was in town ThureBay en route for r Ilardidsbnrg to see her son W A rmick who iit 1n very bad health Mn Ginger Bandy of Irvington spent a few dayi last week with her aunt Mrs O M Priest i Miss Nancye Board was in Hardins N burg Tuesday and Wednesday to see r her uncleJudge Milton Board Mr George Harned of Custer was in s town Thursday ri riNisn Bessie B Woatherford of q Harned is visiting her grandmother Mrs Fannie Board this week Miss Ollie Macy visited her sister 13 M I New Store House New Stock Dry Goods Groceries Clothing Notions Come and see us L C TAUL McOuady Kentucky r AOENTFOR Homestead Fertilizer LIRe and Fire Insurance Basket and Fordsvllle Coal I r 1r a Mrs Paul Compton of Hard risburg last1 week James Morris and Miss Omn Kennedy were quietly married April 1 at the home of the bride Miss Bessie B Weatherford spent Tuesday with Martha Harned Charlie Whitworth is very illat this writingMrs V W Smith spent Friday with Mrs Thomas Gregory Miss Nancye Board and little neice Bessie Weatherfrd spent Friday with Mrs Austin Legran- dKINGSWOOD COLLEGE COMMENCEMENTMay Following is the programme Friday 8 p m Little Folks and Intermediate Entertainment Saturday 10 a m Preaching by Dr C J Fowler Saturday 3 p m Preaching by Dr Gross Alexander Saturday 8 p m Literary and Music alEntertainmentSunday m General Testimony serviceSunday 11 a m Preaching by Dr C J Fowler Sunday 3 p m Preaching by Dr Gross Alexander Sunday 8 p m Preaching by Dr C J Fowler Monday 10 a m Hermon Lecture by Dr Gross Alexander Monday 3 p m Preaching by Dr C T FowlerMonday 8 p m Literary and Music al Entertainment Tuesday 10 a m Commencement ercisesIj I The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that thorn Is at least ono dreaded dlp ease that science lias bccnnblo to euro In nil Us stages und that is Catarrh HaUsbatarrh Cure Is thoonly positive cure now known to the raedlcu1 fraternity Catarrh being a eon stltutlonulOlsoafio requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Curo hu taken Intern all acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby de stroying the foundation of tho disease and giving the patient strength by building up tho constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they otTer One hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to euro Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O 15cI for constipation K I WI M When You Come to Louisville To the Electrical and Industrial Exposi tion April 1224 we want you to see the Biggest Organ Factory IWorldIyou ARE soil should you MADE one ON CREDIT AND ON 30 DAYS FREE TRIAL at the not wholesale factory price with all agents and retailers profits cut oil and SAVE you from S30 to 175 on your purchase Cqmo to BOO us and find out what a DIG Tilled Louisville Iras In this organ factory if fIyou cant come WRITE FOR OUR FUSE CATALOG W are going to make pianos also and PIANOS TOO youwlmtweI the net wholesale factory prlco 8100 less than youd have to pay a retail dealer aud euredly and terms to salt your cenvcnleace wAe rh AND CHESTNUT o K At L I M M j Wind WINDI WIND Sunday School is progressing nicely Rev J S J Brear filled his regular uetlt here and ut Norton Valle Mr and Mrs Jesse Carter spent Sat rday and Sunday with Mr John Carter Miss Alma Hardin of Lodiburg spent Saturday night with Mrs Lucy Kurtz attended church at Webster Mrs E J Beauchamp is on the sick list Mr and Mrs 6 11 Wright spent Sunday with his parent Mr and Mrs H Wright Frank Mncey was the guest of Mis Arolee Basham Sunday The Misses Carter of Whitesvllle Daviess county returned homo Saturday accompanied by Alton and Miss JSstelle Carter after a visit to their sister Mrs Jesse Carter Mrs Mary S Rush spent the past week with her sister Mrs Dick AvittII was at the bedside of her aunt Mrs Mary Shel1man at the time of herdeath I Menu of an African Hunting Party In addition to the groceries and canned provisions carried In their outfits tbe hunters In East Africa depend for rpsb provisions on their guns Water buck zebra pad elephant are said to keep elephant neat till It Is quite high and gamy Elnml tastes llko the best American beef 6rynx Impala and alli gazelles are edible and tender but the delicacies of tUe East African Protecto rate are the Ullpsprlngcr and the dlk Hit gaaollea Uartbeest Is hard except the prime cut along the backbone An ordinary meal on safari consists of marrow soup dikdik cutlets roast guinea fowl curried venison and corn flower pudding with Jam washed ter HAY BARN WRECKED The high wind of last week blew down a hay barn for Dannie Sheeran Bro a barn for G A Wright blew the roof off the new storehouse at McQuady and did much damage to other barns fencing out houses and timber in that section 1 lot childrens low shoes sizes 8 to 2 worth 125 sale price 75 1 lot slippers worth 100 sizes 13 to 2 sale price 25 1 lot shoes worth 150 to 250 sizes 2Jto 4 at 100 Also a big line of tho latest and new est Oxfords in patent leather oxbloods and tans at the lowest prices Mattings worth 12c at 10 Mattings worth 15c at 12J Mattings worth 20c at v 15 Mattings worth 25c at 20 Mattings worth 35c nt 25 Ingrain carpets worth 40c at 30 Ingrain carpets worth 50c at I 35 See my trimmed lad ies hats as I can save you big money on your hats 1 lot mens hats at 50 Also a nice line of mens and young mens Felt and Straw hats in the newest things of the season at from 100 to 250 Stetson hats at 400 worth 500 rV ttTOrgan O- NLYX451 I 1 uv- I Write for and Full of I our Easy Plan t s I ADLER ORGAN COTake2t itvChestnut1tJlVrd1WWUl CLIFTON MILLS parY Lets Mr and Mrs J 0 Crutcher went to West Point Monday Cliff Haddock was in Irvlngton Monday This is the town for big cattle fine cattle and cattle that bring the top prices in any market Thomas McGavock has planted 25 acres of corn just a little ahead of all is climbing to the top irt the stock business His recent purchase of fine heifers and steers from Geo Lyddan and shipped to St Louis was a stroke of enterprise in the stock business few dealers have ventured to take It demonstrated one fact that our cattle rank among the best in the Western market and bring top prices Cliff Haddock has built a new addition to his store house Farmers are all busy plowing and getting ready for corn planting They say their fields were never In so good condition for cultivation See Alexander Thisk Week for Bargains Shoes Mailings Carpets Ladies Hats ReadytoWcar Mens Hats Catalogue Particulars Payment WEBSTER neighborsHarry Clothing Dont fail to see me for your Spring Suit as I can save you money on your clothing All tho latest and newest styles in young mens suits 1 lot suits at 350 worth 500 1 lot suits At 598 worth 750 to 8 50 1 lot suits at 1000 worth 1250 1 lot suits at 19 50 Worth 1500 1 lot suits at 1650 worth 1750 Odd pants from 125 to 400 a pair White Goods and- Embroidery India Linen worth 12Jc at 100 India Linen worth 15c at 12o 1 piece of White Lawn at 25o worth 400 t Mercerized White Chiffon at 50c worth 65c Big line of Embroideries from 5c to yardBig laces at from So to i5c yard insertion to match Nice line of ladies neckwear and belts New line of Hens neckwear suspenders and belts r BIRTHDAY DINNER J Little Miss Nollie Franklin daughter of Mr and Mrs A B Cashman of Union Star was entertained Easter Sun e day In honor of her first birthday 1 Several guests were present and a de lightful dinner was served One candle flickered pn the table which was decor ated with Easter flowers t CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bougbf Boars thodt3ignaturo of t DR NEVVSOM BETTER The condition of Dr R 14 Newaonr who hrs been suffering from n slight attack of paralysis is somewhat im proved and is able to be at his office He felt the attack in his right foot but it was not serious However his coq dition occasioned much apprehension among his friends r I Ladies Spring Suits I springfromIf you are going to buy a1 suit for spring it will pay you to see me before you buy Ladies readymade Skirts at X398 worth 500 Skirts at 498 worth 1650 Skirts at 750 worth 11000 youbuy rl Nice line Ladies Muslin 1 underwear at the lowest price t Special Prices yardAllyardColored White carpet warp 20c 2 cans corn 15c I 2 cans Hominy 15c 3 cans Tomatoes 25c 3 cans Kraut 25o Red Kidney Beans So pound Apricots 15c cansPeaches 16o can Best Head Rico 3 pounds 25c I Full lino of wall paper from 5o to 15c per bolt I also handle a lull line of Carhartt Overalls Agent for Edison Phonographs and Records ED F ALEXANDER Irvington kentuckyw n P N iI rr G t f iIJ 7- aJ d 0 T d T A Reliable Remedy Ws Cream Balm RFahiAM absorbed qT D- Gltes Relief at Once QRKfdp Jhealstip diseased mem POP ttcatarrhjaway ft Cold in tho o1tOl fEVERstoresntDruggists Ely Brothers GO Warren Street Now York the Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 14 1909 PERSONALAND LOCAL J Fresh fish at the English Kitchen John Ridge spent Sunday in Louis ville Mr Abe Skill man was in Louisville MondayOscar I Black of Addison was here Thursday I Mrs Mary DeHaven went to Louis vine Monday Miss Julio Wroe was home Sunday rom Harpe- dVantedA i J good milch cow John WeisenbergerMrs j Ferry went to Louis ville Thursday j atjMiss Mayme DeHaven has returned from Louisville N New Wall Paper to suit every pur poseToF Sawyer Country hams at Miller Blacks City Meat Market Virgil Knott who formerly worked at Jrestona store is ill Gregory Co has laths lime and plastering hair for snle Door and window frames made to or der at Gregory Gos Mrs Ella Jordan has recovered fr mii a severe attact of lagrippe Mrs james Stites of Louisville has returned from Hopklnsvllle v M Weatherholt and J T Seaton were in Louisville MondayIJ B Herndon Ute Insurance man of Irvington was here Saturday Mr and Mrs Wilburn Gregory of Louisville were here Sunday Ernest and ArthurBruns of Owens boro are guests of Mike Tucker thewestNew Potatoes Cabbage Tomatoes Lettuce and Kale at T F Sawyers Rev B M Currie went to Lebanon Tuesday to attend a ministers meeting Doors sash porch columns brackets and mouldingakept in stock at Gregory CoMrs Robert Polk and Miss Eunice Jennings were in Louisville last Tues aldayC JCox of Hardinsburg was here Sunday visiting his sister Mrs Milton t Brown Go to Gregory Co for red cedar x Shingles and all the best brands of felt roofing Mrs Sa11Ie Gross of Holt spent Sun day here with her neice Mrs File De 1 Haven MaJor S J Crumbaugh of Cincin nati is1 the guest of Capt and Mrs J H Rowland 3 Born to Mr and Mrs Fraize Matt inglyof Owensboro on Easter morn 9fine boy- Information concerning the construction of buildings furnished free at Greti Cosr 1gory v r Doctorssay undoubtedly mean Scotts Emulsion It would be just as sensible for them to prescribe Quinine in its crude form as to pre scribe Cod Liver Oil in its natural state I- nScottsr Emulsion the oil is emulsified and made easy to takeeasy to digest and easy to be absorbed in to the bodyand is the most natural and useful fatty food toIfeed and nourish the wasted J body that is known in medicine today Nothing can be found to take its place Ifyou are rundown you should take it Said ilil admtUwwnl togther with name of 1Per ta which It appears your addreM and Sour cents to cover portaa and we will send a a CeMfete Bandy AUa of the WOfIdI COTpgoWN kOgPe r13tNewYork J J I 2 n Rollie Fallon of Seeleyville Ind was here visiting his parents Sunday and Monday- T J Ryan Nailco is at home from Meringo lad to spend a two weeks vacatton Dr W tI1 Casper Dentist at Lewis port Tuesday at Cloverport Wednesday and Thursday I am selling Bear Tobacco Fertilizer this season at 1 20 per hundred pounds Julian Brown Your order for meats will have prompt attention if given to Milkr = Black City Butchers Morrison Calhoon dentists offlc lownstalr 215 Fourth atreet both Phones Owensboro Ky Alf Taylor and A B Suter of Cus ter were passengers on the east bound train Monday afternoon Among those who went to Louisville Monday were Mrs H L Stader Mrs Fort and Miss Ella Smith Gregory Co has for sale flooring and ceiling building paper and nil kinds of dressed finishing lumber Mrs H V Duncan went to Brander burg Saturday to spend a few days with Mr and Jra David Dnncnn Mrs FranK Boyd of Owensboro returned home yesterday after a visit t Dr and Mrs R L Newsom Mrs Dan Duncan oi Louisville and Miss Eunice Wheeerof Hardins Grove Ind spent Friday in this city yNew pattern hats hats to bd trimmed for both women and children have just been received at M s Cordreys Beautiful new styles shapes and colors are shown in the hats at Mrs Cordreys Prices most reasonable J D Babbage Jr and Jno Walker Jr of Huntington W Va spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs J D Babbage Remember my Red Tag Shoe Sale is on yet I will continue selling shoes at cost until May 30 OOJulil1n Brown Frank Carter of Irvington was here Sunday to see his father J Fladge Carter who has been quite sick for the past week Go to Mrs Cordreys for well trimmed hats Miss Price is an excellent trim mer having held positions in the lending millinery stores in Cincinnati- A X Kincheloe the hustling little drummer from Hardinsbnrg dropped- in to see us Tuesday He was enroute to Nashville and says his trade is good Mrs D C Benton and children Miss Louise Lewis Miss Lenna King C L Mogan and Mary Gibson were guests of Mrs C J Fellaof Addison Sunday Dr Bush Cloverport 1st 2nd and 3rd Mondays and Tuesdays Hard insburg 4th Monday 3 days Irving ion Thurday and Friday following 4th MondayMr Mrs Jas H Beavin and two little girls Maude and Blanche went to lardinsburg Saturday to visit her father Thos Elder They returned Monday night E P Hardaway says he is getting fine rssults from his ad in the News Mr Hardaway is a verYreliable dealer andanythIng he advertises or says about his stock can be relied upon Dr Strother of Owensboro was out at big Spring to spend Easter The Doctor says he is doing well at Owens jbro He isa fine young man and phy sician and capable of succeeding any where THE BUSY BEES How tho Insects Work When They Are Collecting Honey Upon the approach of a beo to any flower It flies around the calyx almost always before alighting upon the flow er Itself This is a cursory examina tion and with its antennae outstretched and quivering it is evidently scenting the honey contained within Should this prove a fruitful flower of the flavor required the bee set ies on the center of the stamen and clutching it with Its four front legs steadies Itself with its longer out stretched two hindermost ones and withdraws the nectar by Its proboscis the wings of tho body assuming a vibratory motion the while Tho bees proboscis Is a most Important Instrument It Is composed of about forty cartilaginous rings each of which Is fringed with minute hairs having also a small tuft of hair at its extremity where It Is somewhat ser rated Its movement is like the trunk of an elephant and is susceptible of extension and contraction bending and twisting In all directions Thus by rolling it about It searches out the calyx pistil and stamen of every flower and deposits Its nectar upon the tongue whence It passes Into the gullet at the base The gullet or first stomach Is the honey bag No digestion takes place hero In shape It is like an oil flask and when full contains ascot one grain It is susceptible of contraction and Is so arranged ns to enable the insect to disgorge Us contents Into the tells of the hive Philadelphia North- Alnerlean Hopelessly Out of Style When wo take charge of the government says the wise old suffra zettecwe will make some clinngea In the naval bureau I should hopesolagrcel1 the en- thusIastic young suffragette Why styleWoe 1 and chiffonier Judge 1 iI 1 t t 0 Czti- lt A Q J i AFTER SUFFERING ONE YEAR Cured by Lydia E Pinkl- iamsVegetableCompound Milwaukee Wis Ie Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound has mado men well woman and I would like to toll thin whole world of it I suffered fromfemalo trouble and fearful painsin my back I hind the best doctors null they all decided that I had a tumor myfemale operltionJinkhama Vegetable Compound made me a well woman and I have no more bytellingVegetable Compound has done for 833FIrstStoMilwaukee Wis The above Is only one of the thou sands of grateful letters which are Constantly being received by the LynnMlssLydia E Piukhams Vegetable Com herbstactually does cure those obstinate dis eases of women after all other means have failed and that every such suf ering woman owes it to hersolf to at Vegetable uphopeSirs Pinlchum of Lynn Mass invites nil sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands to health and her advice is free County StjndaySchool Convention Webster Ky April 10 1909 Breck enridge News Will you please an nounce next week that our county Sunday School Convention will be held at McQuady about June 2nd and that a fuller and definite announcement will be made in the nearfuture Bv so do ing you will greatly oblige your friend T B Henderson Comparative You think Jinks Is n better conver rationalist than Smith Why neither one of them ever says anything sensible I know but it takes Smith longer to jay ItExchange Then the Trouble Started The HusbandWell say what you will my dear youll find worse men than me In the world The Wife Oh Tom how can you be so bitter Lon lion Sketch Subscribe for The News ill J YOU 11Have Yourself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You Eyes Tested FREE Glasses Guaranteed lSevers Drug Co BANKOF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 SafeSound anU- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones and we appreciate your business and in fluenco Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPOKT CLOVE PORT KY nII V rf s i t + I Wants m JWANTED ANTEIA pood woman to do all kinds vrtcoThoWANTED Responsible man with horse and buggy In iJaytochards and Homo OurelllIs A spendid opportunity for farmtrs hons also fruit true and sowing machine agents to make a bust profitable YoungsIsland7 LFOR RENT 1 theNowness 1 restBencetown and depot Apply at the Newsoillce FOR SALE Trllctlon AHWNsnunaHEATER and cooker combined stove for News oillco GreenUnlvtenrldgo News COU SALE Good Livery business In Ir vltiKton Ky consisting of nine horses 13 vehicles Good reason for soiling Snap If taken atonco EDWIN II JOLLYii FOR SALE Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Pure bred Sows and Guilts a Specialty Furnished in Pairs not Related E P HARDAWAY- R No1 IRVINGTON KY Farm WantedI t I Wish to hear quickly who will soil pod farm of any slzo I Not particular about tromOWNFnS1 OWNERS only need I ulth vfllllnir nUYFn to close their mission to anyone I tun no agent accept no commission I wish to beet my iiUNniiBDB OP BUYERS an1II t OWNERS so they pan buy direct save paying a fancy price to a 11Wrltoto your priceItr L M J t L Notes t 300 Roundtrip Cloverport to Louis Tillo and return May 10 11 12 and 13 Good to return May 22 on account of Southern Baptist Convention I sorIIThe AND kind OXFORDS that are servic TOOII with style and finish wearingkind what a big wellselected I line of footwear we are offering Children Misses I I Ladies and MenIn I I famIJ G NOLTE BRO ICLOVERPORT ICY t4 n IfJnM1VI1A1J His Success John said a Glasgow minister this o beadle ono morning I would seem to have been more than usually suc cessful in pleasing the congregation on Sabbath To which of the three heads of my sermon would you attribute my success l Wool sir replied tho beadle with something like nIcer in his eye to tell ye the truth congregations noon- days concern themsels less about the than the tails o sermons Thet you preached on Sabbath was con sldernbly shorter than the general rin yet dlscoorses and therefore a body weel pleased wlt A Sample Hoaxi can always tell a woman who takes things because they look cheap Joax How Hoax Simply by looking at her husband Philadelphia Record Count art by gold and it fetters tho feet it once winged Oalda on Single Comb White Leghorns From the very best trains Excellent Laye Eggs 75c for Ji ArN MURRAY CLOVERPORT KY Subscribe Nw I TWO CAR LOADS I I f I I I Just Received III II II Two car loads of the nicest arid best buggies II ever brought to Breckenridge county If youl I are iin the market for a buggy you had betterIsee our stock and prices before buying These I for cash and inwere bought Ibuggies rIties give us the inside track on quantiII I We will divide up with our customers rml can save you at least 10 per cent Dont take t believingI I II it I I I II I TAYLOR SUTER CUSTER KENTUCKY r It Y a y 9 l= t s sr r I T CUSTERSd e f LAST FIGHTB- Yj BUFFALO BILL ITOfTRUE TALES OFTHUjMAIM COPYR1OHTtSOB5Y WIWAM rcorN NY series of stories of Indian war would be Incomplete with out giving an account of the campaign of 1870 against the northern Sioux and their allies from the south the Sioux and Chcyennes tin affair known as time Custer campaign The catastrophe that overwhelmed the gallant General Custer and his brave command was an episode that will live forever In Indian history In the summer of 1874 General Sheridan I sent two expeditions Into what I was known as the northern country I lie sent General Custer with the Seventh cavalry from Fort Abraham Lin I coIn to scout In the north and northwest ofllio Black Hills and to return through the Black Hills back to Ms post At them same time he sent Colo J not Anson Mills from the department of the Platte leaving the Union Pa 1 cific railroad at Rawllns Wyo on nn expedition to scout the Swoctwatcr country the Big Horn basin and Big Horn mountain country and to return 1 by way of the Powder river country back to his department I was sent to guide Colonel Anson Mills expedition t The two commands one under Custer 1 and one under Mills came within com municating distance In eastern Wyom- Ing on the Powder river tho two com manding officers and scouts meeting t and holding a consultation This coun try was then comparatively unknown except to the scouts hunters and trap pers Mills marched from Hawllns to Independence Hock on time Sweetwater t11ver where he raadcirBUpplI cdifll and left Ms Wagons General Custcr xionUmicd on through the Black mils jjxplorlng It In every hole and corner and then returned to Fort Abraham Lincoln This meeting of the two commanders was time last time I ever t saw the general It was on Custers expedition through the Black mils that 1 the old timers assertions of Its wealth t In gold were confirmed and practical 1 ly demonstrated Therefore although the governments Intention was to keep I out Invaders of this section many of the first being arrested by the military 1 the efforts were a failure for the rush became so great as to render 1 It Impracticable to arrest It This brought about irritation on the part of I the Indians During 75 and 70 the c whole Dakota nation the most powerful 1 Indians and their allies listened I to the harangues of Sitting Bull anc I other medicine men to prepare to go on the warpath to gather their best horses and secure all the ammunition and long range rifles they could I General Sheridan In view of the situation and tho gathering of warriors In time northwest commenced massing the United States troops in I TIM scouts reported to General Custer that llwil had scon tepees tho different departments adjacent General Alfred Terry who was lu command of the department of Dakota and the station at Fort Snelllng was to send the troops In his department to Fort Abraham Lincoln to take the field from there under the command of General George A Custer General John Gibbon who was In command of the department of Montana was tJ take command of the troops In his do ufrtmeiit move down tho Yellowstone And form a Junction with them Got tcral George A Crook In command of- the department of the Platte was or dered to faiko tho troops from his department and proceed north by the way of Fort Laramle Fort Fetterman k old Fort Jtcno old Fort Phil Kcarny This latter command was the ono I accompanied It might be mentioned t hero that during the preparations elk tab scandals In the construction dc Apartment of tho government both fur h army and Indian supplies had attract Lid i onBreaeioaal attention and national Iattttlireatoitti1a to UsnOtch per II J 7 sonages closely connectetfwlth tipowers existing Tile Investigation coming on Custer was ordered to Washington to give testimony fills testimony adhered so strictly to the truth that It brought him Into dls favor and when he returned to his post he found that the command of the main expedition was taken from him and that ho was assigned to hi own regiment simply while General Terry was ordered to tako supreme command To u soldier with his record to n man of his sensitiveness thIs humiliation was deeply felt and no doubt was one of the many cause that warped his judgment at a time when It was most needed General Terry showqd his sympathy and confidence In him after the Indian trail was discovered when ho ordered hit to take his regiment with ten days rations ammunition and private scouts along with Charlie Reynolds Bloody Knife and others and take the trail and follow It He struck the tral and followed It at a rapid pace on the 23d nnd 24th of July At this poln the trail left the Rosebud and heads toward the Little Big Horn As the march had been very rapid the horses were tired and camp was made while preparations to start by 2 oclock In the morning to cross the divide which separated the two streams was de teralned on At 2 clod the regiment was again on the move with the scouts ahead and by daylight they had crosscltut ridge The command was keeping In Iho ravine or canyons out of sight amid moving as quletlf Ifs possible The coats ln advance came back and reported to General Custer that they had seen tepees or Indian odges which was true tas It nfterwartl turned out the tepees which the scouts had seen were three or four tepees that had been put up for smallpox patients away from the main Indian vII lageGeneral Custer divided his command Into three parts taking five companies himself Major Reno with five compa nies and Colonel Benteen with two companies to bring up the rear with the pack train Major Reno was ordered to march straight on to the Little Big Horn while Custer would move obliquely oft to tho right making a de tour of sonic seven or eight miles and striking tho Little Big Horn at what he supposed would ho the lower end of tho Indian village while Reno was to strike It from the upper end Cus ter was to work up the river timid Reno down while Reno was to keep on com- Ing down the river until he joined with Custcr timid Bcnteen was to follow up with the pack trains As near as we know Reno struck the Indians n little before Custcr did and of course he as well as Custer was surprised at the Immense size of the village There were ten times more Indians In this village than was Indi cated by the Indian trail which they had been following up the Rosebud 1- 1lis a filet that the Indians whom they following had just at this point and at this time joined the main band of Indians In camp on the Little Lig Horn The principal chiefs among the Indiums of course were Sitting Bull Gall Crazy Horse RalnlntheFaco Little Big Man Grass and runny others At first the Indians were token ecru pletely by surprise for they were sc numerous that they had failed to kcej scouts out at the usual distance am Renos attack was the first that thin saw of the noldlers Reno Instead of charging held back when he saw th Immense numbers In fronthIs heart indeed failed him and abandoning audacity which Is tho true motto of the cavalryman though ho failed t+ recognize IH at tills time he dismount ed to fight on foot In his first charge ho was repulsed and as near us 1 have boon ablo to learn It was only n weak one not ou account of his offi corN or men but It was the lack of faith and confidence lu himself that took away the vim and dash that tin charge should have bad Reno lu looking over tho situation preferred defense In preference to at tack Ho reorossed the Little PIp Horn und took up a position on a hill where he dllly dallied around until the Indians taking courage at his ap parent weakness made the fight on him all the fiercer Most of tho men that he lost were lost while crossing tho Little Big Horn In retreat so as tr- get Into the blults on the east side Major Reno although having n good civil war record through his axle clslon In the emergency on this o easlon seemed to have completely lost soldierly Intelligence The Indians H was afterward learned were com pletely taken by surprise and the great war chief Gall personally directed ta attack on Reno and was making prey aratlons to surround him on the hi1 evidently unaware of Custers proxlm Ity on the other side of the village This shows what could have been done had Reno charged onward and kept this greatest of the war chiefs oct u pled Instead of thus permitting him to leave a few men to threaten Ron while he concentrated his warriors on the other side of the village against Custer A messenger to Bentceu from Ouster ordering him to come on quick r I and bring tho packs had caused that gallant officer to hasten but overtak ing Reno Who outranked him he was ordered to join his demoralized forces and was compelled to obey Tile lat ter thought that tine two commands combined which numbered 400 men would soon take measures to gut Into action But the appeals of such of fleers ns Bcnteen Weir French and others to lead on were without avail The last seen of Custer as he start ed Into tho over to be remembered battle of the Llttlo Big Horn was when ho went over the ridge and waved his hat In salute to the other commands Custcr making a wide detour to fall on the rear of tho village or what ho thought was the rear Immediately struck n very strong band of Indians led by Chief Gall They hind crossed the river at a point where they were concealed by a large ravine and got on Custcrs flank and so astute had been Chief Galls ar rangements that he found himself attacked In front and on all sides Casters first charge was successful until ho saw tho Immensity of the village He saw that It was a city Instead of a village There being a high hill a htflf oo I They all tiled in the proper military formation mile back from the Little Big Horn Custer decided to take this ns a stand point lie sounded the recall and tried to make this hill He had to turn his back while doing so The Indians are never so brave as when they get any ones back to them On their retreatJJ to the hill unit of his men were killed The rest took up positions but the In dians being so elated at killing so J many of his men from the Little Bighorn up to the bill and the failure of Reno to attract the Indians continually coming down the Little Big lImn almost all the fighting Indians concen trated on Custer and fought him to deathFighting desperately to gain a point higher up no doubt he was however compelled to dismount his men and net on the defensive Unable to ad vance or retreat and probably unwilling to do so he must have based his actions on the diversion that the other commands would make Steadfastly believing this from later Indian ac c counts they fought coolly hoping amid expecting for reenforcements which never came but succeeded In keeping up the fight for some time Tho In dians well armed and In overwhelming numbers circling and riding tit speed kept up a continuous and ef fective fire while skirmishers mill marksmen crawled through the grass picking off officers In the meanwhile Reno was stlllllying on the bill al though they could hear the reports otII firearms below and notwithstanding that Bentccn Weir French und other continued their appeals and that the echoing volleys cried for assistance he remained there until all was silent the Indians eventually killing Custer and every one of hits gallant band Rouo was kept annoyed by the savages until the arrival of General Terry and Gibbons command while on the second day the Indians set fire to tho grasses to cover their movements with smojKV and drew oil Afterward a visit to the battle scene told the story of Custera last battle showing that every ono had at least done his duty and though dcJ featcd was not disgraced They all died In the proper military formation every officer at his post and every man In line Custers body was found mid although all the others were mutilated or scalped his body seemed to have been untouched except by his death wounds this being a tribute from tho savage foe to his courage and gallan try ills brother Captain Tom and his brotherinlaw Captain Calhoun with a nephew were among the slain making an unusual family affliction The bodies of all the officers were found with time exception of Dr Lord Lieutenants Porter IInrrington timid Etuigles and some ten men The lat ters fate has never been known whether they wero captured and tor tured or whether their bodies bad been thrown Into tho qulcksrfnds near till bed of tho Little Big Horn It Is not clear the only certainty being that they were dead Two hundred and twelve bodies were burled on the bill the losses to the regiment being In two days 205 killed and G2 wounded DO per cent of the commandI l i WORK THAT T LLS The Kind Cloverport Reader Appreciate Cures that last are cures that tell To thoroughly know the virtues of i medicine you must investigate the cures and see if they prove permanent Doans Kidney Pills stand this test and plenty of proof exists right here in this locality People who testified years ago to relief from backache kidney and urinary disorders now declare that relic was permanent and the cure perfect Can any Cloverport sufferer longe- doubt the evidence- J E Linton thin Ss Cross Sts Elkz abethtown Ky snsuFor some tin I had trouble with my kidneys The pain in the small of my back was not constant but conic on by attacks someI of which were very severe Atsuclih times the misery extended into my fOllmebecame highly colored arid often scald ed in passage I finally read of Bonns Kidney Pills and procured a box I used them as directed and received a complete cure From statement giv en April 1II 1903- CURED TO STAY CURED On June 13 1007 Mr Linton con firmed the above statement saying During the four years which have elapsed since Doans Kidney Pills inured me I have not had any symptoms of kidney trouble I take pleasure in rec ommending Doans Kidney Pills at every opportunity and gladly confirm all I said regarding them in my pre vious statement For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other I High Art Art you blind prisoner inquired the magistrate Yes your worship You are charged with vagrancy How did you lose your sight By u fit of appleplexy sir But there Is a picture on your breast representing an explosion In a mine through which It Is stated you became blinds How Is this Please your worship I couldnt af ford to pay 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flank of Uardlnsbure Subscribe Now 1d1 I 1 11GunJanlllCd i 11 FOR 10 CENTS 1we viii ndrI d our I iFAMOUS CGLLEGTION IpktCODyiomtIr a- nIpkrrrlnrne4Ih fee 1 pkrIfQr slur ttur A- T1pkrMariArrwLewIiphhore Us lIlhAIop7ai Writ tod yl 6 nJ 10 whta to tIp rr ftoh1O U4 ptcklng and tteei a tt ebor F nioa XJlMUon tr- rther with our Ntw and Jcrtruolivo ii 1l 1IImiAu ORKAT 8BKO CpJ 1361 Kosegt i1 qgAaf i lrnM- MThe l Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company B F BEARD DIRECTORS PresidentCapital SOQOOMorris Eskridge M H BEARD Surplus and UnG W Richardson Beard CashierS1 divided Profits A M ICincholoo PAUL COMPTON C V Robertson Assistant Cashier 1 100000D F Beard J 1 Pays 3 per cent on time depasitsno more Ifhreepercentis as much has the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed bank cad afford to pay IfL U fciI Ir D J d r 7 0 I r fV 4a I r 1 f 1 q w r rrr 5r 1 t iilAGENTLEMAN FROM- MISSISSIPPI kContinJed from Page Two yJA j fdthcre until 1 send for you I must Ii 1 alonel with lilY children When Norton nnd Unities hnd left lf1 V them rnn don turned sadly to tho two children who had disgraced him Can you understand ho said Do you know what youve done to ma Whnt father Wee done nothing wrong 7 protested Carolina They told me It was perfectly legitI mate urged Randolph They salt everybody Peabody nut Stevens nut tho rest were In It and Peabody Is tho boss of tho senate r Yes my boy assented the old planter hes tho lender In tho senate thats tho shameful part of all this artel that a man of his high standing j should set you so miserable an examIi plol Randolph Langdon was not a vicious lad not a youth who preferred or chose Tfrpncdolng for tho Increased rewards iIti tons straightforward trustful south crn boy who believed In the splendid traditions of his family and loved his father as a son should a parent havingB jho qualities of the old hero of Craw jf6rdsvllle Jealous of his honor ho had been a victim of Nortons wiles because 3 3otthe congressmans position and pur because this companion o f his young days had won his confidence I and had not hesitated to distort the x lads idea of what was right and what Has wrong i Randolph began an indignant protest against his fathers reproof when the f senator t him short r Dont you secT said the senator- S can understand there ocing rascals In the outside world and that they r rould believe your otreless foolish r old father lawful game but that ho Fhtiuld bo thought n tool for dishonest r thieving by members of his own tamI fly is incomprehensible I Randolph my son Carolina my laughter through all their generations the Langdons have been honorable JYour mother was a Randolph and this from youl Oh Carolina And you Randolph1 How could you 1 How could you betray or seek to betray your father who sees in you tho image of your dear mother who has gone To be Continued it Ail the good qualities of Elys Cream Balm solid are found in Liquid Cream Balm which is intended for use in atomizers That it is a wonderful ren edy for Nasal Catarrh is proved by an everincreasing mass of testimony ItA iSoes not dry nor rasp the tender air passages It allays the inflamation and goes straight to the root of the disease Obstinate old cases have yielded in a few weeks All druggists 76c includ1 ing spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren Street New York tr THE JAPANESE FERN 1I J For Successful Growing the Plant Needs Plenty of Moisture t tMany nese fern balls which do so well for some homo gardeners nnd fail utterly fpr others know little of tile character 1of the plant thousands of whlchare imported each season l The scientific uanic is Davallla bun tat but It Is a specie of tho barefoot ftern that Is n native to Japan It has a creeping root which runs along thek t surface of the ground and from it r small fibrous roots arc thrown out as G feeders These creeping root stocks or rhi 0 zomes are gathered by the Japanese and closely fastened over frames filled I with SDbaHIlUm moss wbJnb ratalna = I for S Female Ills You should take for female lila a mcdlclae which acts on the female organs and function Cards la Hot a mans medicine It fa for worses Its pure heat lag curative vegetable lagredl eats go direct to the womanly organs relieve their pain and la flamnatioi ud baUd ip their d strength Tongue cannot tell writes Mtos Kola SmUts of Sweetser lad what MNECARDUI WOMANS RELIEF dow lOt lie I tat ea my bottle and ant 89 muck feefc Before I fcegaa to take Car l I cwild sot do a days work I cal work all day Mother four iettks of Cardri befere tllt got ateag tao and been real streag evet since i IIbaa AUDrud81sts FOR FRHJ ADVICE tiiirttfe and dencriblng ymp to Lodtoit Advitor Bt J i Chattanooga Tenn Meiicine p 1I41 cOr MISERY IN STOMACH- I Arid Indigestion Vanishes in Five RneuWhy not start nowtoday and Core ver rid yourself of Stomach trouble andI indigestion A dieted stomach gets thet blues ad grumbles Givl it a good eat then take Papes Diapepsin to start the digestive juices working There will be no dyspepsia or belching of GasI or eructations of undigested food not feeling like a lump of lead in the stomach or heartburn sick headache andl Dizziness and your food will not fer ment and poison your breath with nau seous odors Papes Diagepsin costs only 50 cents for a large case at any drug store here and will relieve the most obstinate case of Indigestion and Upset Stomach inl five minutes There is nothing else better to take Gas from Stomach and cleanse theI stomach and intestines and besides one triangulc will digest and prepare for assimilation into the blood all your food the same as a sound healthy stom ach would do it When Diapepsin works your stomach restsgets itself in order cleans up and then you feel like eating when you come to the table and what you eat will do you good Absolute relief from all Stomach Misery is waiting for you as soon as youI decide to begin taking Diapepsin Telll your druggist that you want Papasr Diapepsin because you want to bet thoroughly cured of Indigestion moisture In abundance when the plants are growing The Japanese love to grow these ferns in all sorts of odd shapes such as houses animals wreaths pagodas boats and figures but few except the balls are imported The chief reason for failure to have tho ferns green Is that they are not given enough moisture and are kept InI too hot rooms It is well to Immerse tho baskets occasionally In a tub of tepid water and never let them dry out MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL The second biennial May Music Fes tival to be held in Louisville May 6 land 8 at the First Regiment Armory 1will give to the South the greatest musical event which it has ever enjoyed greater number of artists of interna tional fame has been engaged than ever before and the scope of the festival is of larger magnitude than anything hitherto undertaken It has been an nounced nevertheless that prices fo the festival will be lower than beforeso that tire attendance is expected to break records Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamity often happen because a careless boatman ignores the rivers warnings growing ripples and faster current Natures warnings ore kind That dull pain or ache in the buck warns you the Kidneys need atten tion if you would escape fatalt maladies Dropsy Diabetes or Brights disease Take Electric Bitters at once and see backache fly and all your best feelings rt turn After long suffering tweak kidneys and lame back one 100 bottle wholly cured me writes J R Blankenship of Belk Tenn Only sOc at Severs Drug Store Dusts Automatically Even tho enterprising housewife hns failed to find a method of keeping the dust oft tho window shades It settles on the upper portion of the shade bo ing very perceptible when the shade is pulled down She hates to get at IItI with a duster as that requires tho old of a stepladder to reach it A Cana dian inventor offers an excellent solu tion of the problem In the automatic duster for window shades shown In tho accompanying Illustration Tho duster IIs constructed as a part of tho I REElS TUE SOADB8 OJJKAK roller on which the shadd revolves As the Jlatter is allowed to go up or down the duster automatically wipes off tho surface of that part of tho shade pass- Ing over the roller As the Bhado is generally raised or lowered at least once R day the shade la given at least Ildalfy dusting This attachment s1ou dcproyeot groat value where white shades are employed keepingr them clean and thus prolonging hell itjpl f a 4 AN UNWASHED PRINCE The Lesson That Ended His Kicks About Morning Baths When Emperor William II was a small boy he hnd a strong objection to being washed in the morning and his governess Inuring had some unpleas ant experiences with him mil being In some doubt as to what she hnd bettor do appealed tq his father the then Crown Prince Frederick Frederick an swered The next time he gives any trouble on this score leave him alone to his own pleasure nnd report to me Naturally It was not long before the young prince refused to go through the purification process nnd the gov erness followed the orders received Now the boy hnd n little carriage and was very fond of driving out InI the morning and he generally ordered tile coachman to go by way of the Brandenburg gate as it niuusod and flattered him to see the soldiers In tbn barrack just Inside the gate turn out and present arms as the heir to the empire passed their quarters Accord ingly on the morning of his disobedience the order wns ns usual To the Brandenburg gate nnd the carriage rolled rapidly thither But what was the amazement nnd the rage of the princeling on arriving there to see no soldiers except those on guard and they took not the slightest notice of him In n towering passion he order ed tho coachman to roturn to the palace where rushing into his fathers room he complained of the Indecent behavior of the guard nnd demanded their condign punishment- But his father only smiled and said I In the gentlest voice Fuer unge waschoner prims wlrd nlemals praesen tint An unwashed prince is never saluted Harpers Weekly You should not delay under any cir umstances in cases of Kidney and Bladder trouble You should take some thinK promptly that you know is reliable something like Dewitts Kidney and Bladder PIlls They are unequaled for weak back backache inflammation of the bladder rheumatic pains etc When you ask for DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills be sure you get them They are antiseptic Accept no substi tutes insist upon getting the right kind Sold by All Druggists COMMISSIONERS SALE Breckinridge Circuit Court Ky W D EquityAgainst J C Bennett c Defendant j ouu By virtue of a Judgement and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court rendered at February Term thereof 1009 in the above cause for the sum of FiftyFour dollars 5400 with in terest at the rate of 6 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 Hardiasburg to the highest bidder at Public Auction Aprilr1009 at one oclock P M or there about being County Court day upon a credit six and twelve months the following described property towit Two tracts of lind in the county of Breckinridge State of Kentucky on or near the waters of Helm Spring Branch Beginning at a beech and white oak corner to A McCoys tract N 12 W poles to a spring corner to a tract of land conveyed by A Clay comb to G McCubbins also corner to Milner and wife to John Shumaker thence with Shumaker line to two beeches A McCoys corner S 20 E iso poles to the beginning the same tract conveyed by Milner and wife Second tract conveyed by Gov Char les S Morehead 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 Mll ners line and Helm line supposed to contain 15 acres more or less recorded In Deed Book No 47 at page 377 or sulllcient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchas er with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal irr terest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgement Lein retained to secure payment purchase money Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms- Approximated debt interest and cost 14100 LEE WALLS Commissioner A Memorable Wreck The most memorable wreck In tho history of tho American surf was that of the bark Mexico etranded on Hemp- stead beach Long Island early in the morning of Jan 3 1837 She carried 104 passengers and a crew of twelve men Four passengers and four of the crew were saved by a surfboat from tho beach under the command of nay nor Rock Smith All others were frozen to death though the wreck was so close to tho shore that their cries arid even some of their words were plainly heard on the beach It was tho story of this wreck as published throughout the nation that led to the establishment of the United States life saving service Scrap Book 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 simple use Ballards Snow Liniment and the rheumatism will go leaving you as spry as a colt Gives quick and permanent relief rfrom rheumatism neuralgia lame back and all pains Sold by A R EisUer J U 1 Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys are re sponsible for much sickness and suffering Sold onedol mail it kidney trouble is permitted to continue serious re I organs may need at tention but your kid neys most because they do most and should have attention first Therefore when your kidneys arc weak or out iorder you can understand how quickly your en tire body is affected and how every organ dutyIfbadly begin taking the great kidney remedyDr Kilmers SwampRoot A trial will convince you of its great merit The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney and bladder remedy is soon realized It f stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties have been proven in thousands of the most distress lair cases If vou need a medicine vou should have tire best by druggists in fiftycent and mayhaveby free also a therefore likelyto polhow or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mis SwampRootsomething in place of SwampRootif- you dp you will be disappointed A MANUFACTURED CLIMATE Methods of the Paris Market Garden ers In Forcing Nature The gardeners of Paris get their products on the market weeks before the regular season for them This forcing of nature Is described by Er nest Poole In Success Magazine The secret Is simply this The French marnlchers have manufactured a cli mate to suit them As one observer has said They have moved the cli mate of Monte Carlo up to the suburbs of Paris Some new prodigy of modern set I ence this Not at all Only enormous expense In money and In time The gardens whenever possible are placed on land with a slope to the south and are well protected by walls on the north and cast walls built to reflect light as well as to give protec tion from the northeast winds The ground Is practically covered with glass hot ns in a greenhouse but I by glass frames in the open three light frames of uniform size 12 by 4V6 fact and also by glass bells These too are of a uniform size about the shape of a chapel bell a little less thdn seventeen Inches In diameter and from fourteen to fifteen Inches high The French call them cloches You may often HOC over n thousand frames and over 10000 glass bells in one two acre plot in the suburbs of Paris A there recent Innovation Is the employment of hot water pipes run under the soil inn Ling of the earth a yenta ble steam heated hotel with this ass ntial difference that the hotel keep er here Is desperately eager not to keep his guests but to persuade them to leave on the earliest possible day 14 of Pound a Week at least is what a young baby ought to gain in weight Does yours If not theres something wrong with its digestion Give it McGhees Baby Elixir and it will begin gaining at once Cures stomach and bowel troubles aids digestion stops fretful ness good for teething babies Price 25 and 50 cents ItSoldA FIRE IN JAPAN Thol Victim Has Other Troubles Be sides Loss of Goods An American missionary living in Ja pan recently lost his dwelling by fire Ho described in an amusing way tho polite condolences which his neighbors showered upon him We were del uged with visiting cards ho says They were forced Into our hands by sympathetic inquirers friends offering aid and tradespeople soliciting orders The conversation with each corner was Insiruciire Interesting M CORRECT ENGLISH How to Use it v Sj A Monthly Magazine Devoted to the use of EnglishIJOSEPHINE TURCK BAKER Editor PARTIAL CONTENTS The Correct Word Queries and i9 Answers ShallI and Will ShaDId- ii Themm m ary tii Home Correct English in the r School What to Say and What Not to Say Course in Grammar fj Course in Letter Writr1g and Punctuation Business Ihughish for t the Business Man Compound ff- aa WordsHow to Studies in English LiteratureLL IW r ta Year AGENTS Send Ipcfor EDii I CORRECT ENGLISh C Please mention paper 1111 I t- Q I It 4 OKLAHOMA If you tiro coming to OKLAHOMA write or see me I have Coal Timber and Agricultural Lands and Town Lots FRED B EICHLING ATTORNEY AT LAW PORUM OKLA Reference First National Bank and Bank of Commerce r4z4IFilthmaking a 12 00 rate V princiJI j Street cars pass tire door to all m Louisville KyEverything neat end clean PIKE CAMPBELL Mllgr j 7 4 1909II I 1909 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY READ Sip Etmrntg 1rntYQUK SHARE GET FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS The Latest Kentucky Maptip To 1909Full and Complati fJ6noPrinted 23x80 inches The Chart alone Is worth 160 The Portraits of all the Kentucky Governors some of them very rare one the only picture of Its kind in existence There are nine other maps of great value among them n map of the Unltcjl States the Philippines Hawaii Porto Rico and the Panama Canal Zone also map of the World The Atlas shows portraits of alt the Presidents the Rulers of all Nations with Coats of Arms and 1lngs A page Is given over to Historical Kentucky from formation of State to the year 1009 A Historical and Political Directory of Kentucky giving residential Vote State Officials Area and Population U8 Senators Chief Justices Speakers of Kentucky House Congressional Judicial and Railroad Commisslolllrs Districts Dm FROM I IIlIanc Shelby I ocratic and Republlcsn State Central Commit- teeS and State Executive Committees Senatorial Districts Counties of Kentucky when made and from what Counties Area and Population Statistics of the Panama Canal Great Lakes Hawaiian Islands Porto Rico Alaska Philippines Area and Population of States and Coun tries The Original States and those admitted The Evening Post Kentucky Governor Wall Chart will be given FREE to those who subscribe for the Evening Post for One Year at J300 or for Six Monthsat rJoo by Mall This price only for those who cannot get The Evening Post delivered by AgentSendCopy and full description of gettheonceTHE EVENING POST Louisville Ky SPECIAL PRICEANTTTWITH THIS PAPER Six Months 250 12 Months 350 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY somewhat ns follows You have In deed had nn honorable disaster saysI the friend I have humbly cnused n grent disturbance I reply Pease honorably excuse me Indeed it Is honorably sad for you the friend an swers I have lone an unheard of thing I say 4I nm overcome that you should have come to cull on me on purpose Thank you very much Please honorably excuse me for being 89 late In coming says the friend The energy required for such a conversation cnn be Imagined by accompany lag each sentence with a low bow nnd repeating the process about fifty times About 10 oclock we two foreigners escaped to face our next duty whichI consisted in apologizing to a I houses In our section about fifty It was nearly 12 oclock at night when our apology tour was completed but our last visitor called at 2 oclock in the morning Callers began coming again at 0 oclock and kept on coming steadily During the day we received many visitors and paid twentyeight or more calls The strain of all this to gether with our other tasks including the receiving of the stream of visitors which lasted a whole week Is better imagined than described All day after the fire nnd for threeI days more people from all over Glfu and from outstations kept bringing sympathy from their families and presents of cakes and fruit and other anti cles We can never repay nil the kind ness we received Chicago News 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 processIwith Ballards sure cure for constipation dyspepsia indigestion sicH headache biliousness al liver stomach and bowel troubles Sold by A R Fisher Disconcerting It is disconcerting when you Line paid out 500 for a violin and 40 torn bow to find that you cant make a squeak on the blamed thing without a tan cent piece of rosinI CASTORIAI For Infants and Children Thi Kind You Hays Always Bought JiearsthedSignature of J r To I I Augustus Eo Willsoh dOW ONE MAN ISOLD HIS FARM A Minnesota Farmer success fully tries new longdis tance plan of selling FOURTEEN MEN IN SIX DIFFER ENT STATES WANT IllS PLACE Makes sale without aid oi real estate agent and doesat pay a cent commission Corresponc1oIintenselyinterested farl1ainown price without the help of a real estate all n- and without paying a cent In commission He- aILheof a conversation with your correspondent Mr St John sold troUb1tIhad tried all the usual methods of Eclllnir that I tnrouslllocalhope of being ablo to sell when I happened ta concertknown fiaInlrwroto to those people for their plan and I rft ceivcd a letter from Mr Darbyshlre tho Presl 01theiruptOlatoI ether Their plan looked good tome and I sent mustliavofourteellettersthose letters camo from Iowa Illinois Missis slppl Wisconsin and Nebraska and tticrStatca outsido of Minnesota You can Imagine that maklnlRI1ldnt have to pay a cent commission to anyone I cannot say too much In favor of the Rochester concern and 1 cm delighted with the treatment thattheyrblo to suit so quickly without their assistance because it is hard to sell through an agent and tivcn linn agent does find a buyer you have ta of systeubrnrmr everhicariltheyare1Mr St Johns successIn selling his farm wa lonnrgDarbyshiire otilndlnlrness properties automobiles patents and n fact tssulatrnot accept a penny In commission on sales made by their assistance Their plan of cutting out the real estate agents has mot with remarkable success and owners throughout the country ore opportunityto whofailedwhich tho agent placed upon tha property killed the sale It Is said that Mr Leonard Derbyshire the president of this concern Is doing more to assistproperty owners to sell than all the real cstatg wishInllyhlreItivlnq a brief ciesrIptrcIL ot tlo properly fQr iil nnd asking hint to send a freo copy of hIS K act explaining his new method of selling Subscribe for The News 7 ar R r i cee I I IT HOWHICH President A D SKHUIAN Cashier F jjwt L finmroOT VtcePresldent CHAB SKILTMAN AMt Casbler i The Old Relia- blejBRECKINRIDQE BANK ofj Organized 1822 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every vuy and protected by tho vory ltitet equipment E Interest paid on time deposits r Business great and small solicited 1w 8 aeea 6ttw 4 I R B PIERCE Proprietor Phones Jt i I l lii AMERICAN PRODUCE COIIImi Iiji General Commission Merchants ft jjj 122 West Jefferson Street 8 1 1LOUISVILLEI KENTUCKY She H rr t W lli Strictly A Commission Business All Kinds of Country Produce A I J J t 1 NOTICE f f BRECKINRIDGE CIRCUIT COURTfff I Adkiseon Brothers et al Plaintiffs r m vr Order of Reference and Notice of Claims 6 UJl j 1t AdkissonBrothersr I I UJ 11notified11 my gwl Breckiurid e county in Haidinsburg Kentucky on or before said date K t LEE WALLS M C B c1I m u I 5111 et fIIi1 WANTED I I 50000 Pounds I to IIWOOL I itWill whiteI whiteit I I ington or Ekron Kentucky I I I IiI Mr ill I H TRIMMEDand UNTRIMMED HA TS We laTH an unusual display ofthese good All the odd shapes in CHIP and STRAW Btallifllldlllart and the prices are very moderate when STYLE and QUALHI are considered U OUR TRIMMED STOCK Isselected with a view to the tastes of our customers They are all the latest shapes and trimmed in good taste You are cordially invited to inspect our stock Miss Nannie Childs WITH j Lyons Dry Goods Company Iruington Kentucky MYSTIC Mrs Carter and son Walter of Owens boro are visiting Mrs J R Burton Mrs Dr W L Milner and daughter rf Union Star were visiting Mrs Burton nnd Mrs John Do well onoday last week- HI D Dowell hadn log rolling one day this week w G R Cox is making some Improve ment on his house and store Mrs1 Mary SheJIman died at the home of her daughter Mrs Sudie Cart onll Budwasgroun on SaturdayN spent Sunday at the howeof bls brother Proctor Beauchamp Jesse Gardner returned to his home at Irvington Sunday OASTOBAIteare thethe Kind you Have Alwys ButfitII- 8lgaatnra iof HARDINSBURG HAPPE INGS Items Of Interest From The Breckenridge County Capital PROF DRISKOLIS SON DEAD Reed the eldest of Prof Driskel children died Friday April 9 after severe Illness of three days though f a month he had been ailing and felt the approaching crisis Reed was fourteen 1 years of ago on the eleventh of Novel her His death follows closely after that of his mother who died on January 29th Reed Driskell was a good boy obedient bright and vas well liked He was faithful in his work in echo pig and out and as a Sunday school pu had a good record He knew trial life was short and he feared not to go The funeral was at Ephesus church near Harned at ten oclock Saturday morning the funeral services being conducted by the Rev Cline orphanibeing an infant born just before the mothers death in January have the sympathy of the entire community The Harned Normal was moved to Hardinsburg Monday with Mr Arthur Ater one of the best and most successful teachersin charge for the time Mr Driskell will resume his duties after a short time if his health will permit The Board of Education has united the County High school with the Public school here and both will be taught in the Public school building this year The principal has not yet been secured but active negotiations are being conducted toward that end Supt Pile Miss Willie Chambliss and Miss Margaret Beard have been tendered the other places for the term of nine months Mr B F Beard and Mrs Percy M Beard returned Thursday from an ex tended trip to Florida Editor Moorman was in Louisville a few days last week Miss Amanda Deane of Glendeane was the guest of Mrs Blanche Read a few days last week Mr and Mrs Ernest Robertson werei guests of Mr and Mrs Percy M Heardl SundayMr Mrs Herbert M Beard went Burgin last week to visit Mr an Mrs Allen S Edelen Herbert Beard attended the Kentucky Horse Breeders Association in Louis vine last week Mrs Jas H Gardner and Miss Isa bel and Master James Howard werf visitors at Wm Downs Sunday- T C Lewis and Mr and Mrs J C in Lewis went to Louisville Saturday to spend a few days with Mr Lewis ly daughter who is at the Sacred Heart Academy Miss Zoa Mattingly delightfully en tertained a few of her friends Friday night it being the anniversary of her birthNews has been received here of the death of Master Allen Owen Kincheloe oldest child of Mr and Mrs James Kincheloe of Los Angeles California Kincheloe has also been critically but was able to be taken from the infirmary to his home last week downSaturdaylican political pot is put to simmering- by his arrival Preparations are being made to have I Childrens Day at the M E1 church South the third Sunday in May Miss Veronica Teaff went to Louisville last week for a visit of several days REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS MEN t Write An Open Letter About Peruna Hon Mears of Marshfiold Vt has representedhis district in the legislature and superls intendent of schools orMrConvers of IIot I Springsamollg other I business relations is president of the Cold Storage Ice and Coal Co of that city c J Colds and Indigestion I Mr 0 Q Convcrs President Cold Storage Ice and Coal Co Hot Springs Ark writes- I had been troubled with a very sor Ions caso of catarrh for a number of years Having tried many prescriptions by good physicians I found myself no bettorOn tho advice of a friend who had ptrrd chased a bottle The results worn so good that 1 continued using it Havo perhaps in tho past three yearn used a dozen bottles which have kept mo from Misses Evelyn and Lillian Beard came home from Louisville Saturday ML Lillian returned Monday to her studies the High school I Misses Mary OReilley Zoa Matting Kathleen Hoben Margaret Kenned I and Messrs Harry Hoben Johan OReilly Walter Rhodes and Preston Jarboe spent Saturday and Sunday- S at T Smiths near Glendeane Mrs Walter Ward and children have returned to Louisville after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Sim McGary Stops itching instantly Cures piles eczema salt rheum tetter Iitch hive herpes scabies Doans Ointment any drug store TAR FORK Farmers are busy now preparing for their crops The voice of the plow boy can be heard in every direction Mrs T H Chancellor is confined to her bed on account of rheumatism Mrs R T Mattingly and Litt l daughter of Mattingly are visiting her I I Mr W n H Mears Marshfield Vt TownIalericlfopresontativeinI kislaturei105 H=t also hold the office of Superintendent Schools I have used your Peruna and am happy to say that I havo received much benefit Ihave been i troubled with catarrh for many years and nave never found benefit from other medicine But since using your Pornna I havo bean quite roe lloved from my trouble I can most heartily and sincerely recommend S Pernna to any one who Is afflicted as I was with i the sure expectation that they will find relief Itho trying troubles ol cntarrli r nm never without a bottle of Peruna In my house One always gets relief from colds and Indigestion if you have Peruna Catarrh In Various Forms Rev J B McLaughlin 416 5th St N W Washington DO an attorney from Little Rock Ark now residing in Washington writes Catarrhal complaint in all Its various forms is so general that thepublio should bo Informed of a remedy for the same It Is undeniable that Poruna Is a cure for that disease Prom experience and general knowledge of Its beneficial use daughter Mrs W P Ryan ssJames Keenan Jr lost a fine mule last week Mrs T H Bates and son Ivan have returned home from Owensboro where parentlei The storm Tuesday evening did great deal of damage in this comma n ityMisses Ella McGary and MyrtleI Bland of McQuady were visiting Miss Stella Ruppert Saturday find Sunday Miss Bessie Sherron visited her cousin SatuAtW H Robbins was in Hardinsburg TuesdayMrs Wheatley died at her home Tuesday night April 6th of rheuma tism She was the wife of the deceased William Wheatley who died about eight weeks ago She has been in bad health for a year She leaves two sons Edward and Henry to mourn her loss Her remains were laid to rest in the ThursdaylIMiss Emma Burdett and brother Jo wWWWWWI have no hesitation in giving it myI earnest endorsement and rocommenda tion Catarrhal Disorders Hon H S Tharln Attorney at Law and counsel for AntiTrust League writes from Pennsylvania Ave N W j Washington DO as follows Having used Peruna for catarrhal disorders I am able to testify toils great remedial excellence 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