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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o Ll l THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS i ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTi i r y I VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 21 1909 8 Pages NO 41 I 1J t lW DEATH1m AT IRVINGTON IY Dr Chas Marshal a Victim of Tuberculosis Funeral Held l Monday Afternoon Attended by Knights 1 i Cityii J LIVED AT IRVINGTON SOMETIME I f Saturday night Dr Chas Marshal j died at his home in Irvington Tiet I cause of his death was due to con sumptlon for which he took treatment for several years having spent two or 1 three summers at Tar Springs The death of Dr Marshal is deeply lamented by the people of Irvington where ne had been practicing dentistry r for the last fifteen years Ho was about t thirty years of age and was born at tWhite Mills Dr Marshal leaves a wife t and one child Before her marriage Mrs Marshal was Miss Bandy they daughter of W GL Bandy The funeral was held Monday after t w woon at 3 oclock the servicee being 1ri j jCC- onducted by the Knights assisted by the Rev WUlit and the Rev Lewis ofS this city Dr Marshal was a charter member af the Knights of Pythias lodge of Irvicgton Among the Knights who attended the funeral from this city were Ed Whitehead A M Klngsburry J S Nichols Sam Conrad Weaver Ta tum Henry Yeager Ed Dickey Chris Brabatidt Raymond Pate Proctor Keith Chas Hamman Chas May Joe I c 1 itch Jesse Weatherholt and Mrs Joey Fitch Mrs Shelby Conrad and Mrs Sam Conrad The Knights of this city 1 are most appreciative of the hosiealit extended them by the Irvington lodge j td Monday j i 1 WORK PROGRESSING I 1 tNicely On St Marys ChurchWill jI Be A Handsome Edifice And A Pride To The Com smunityi rrFathers Ktiue says he Is getting Q along nicely with his church atJollys isStation The stone he says has all 1 t 1been quarried and put on the hill d I rrready for hauling He has the best 1t and most faithful workers in his I church he ever saw or worked with i Out of a membership of 76 only one a ff I workIi i self He takes the lead and his mem bers follow Itis going to be one of the handsomest churches In the II county built entirely of stone with a1- I tllejng roof and will be a credit to in Father Knue the membership of the- o church and the communityo ICr 1 Church Note blYe i iAllMission money from Brecken ridge association Should be sent by or before April 20th to E B English 14 509 Walnut St Owensboro Ky ji j CLOVER CREEK LIKE THE OCEAN Little Yatchs And Baby Fleets Not- Able To Stand The Current Some Small Crafts Had A Victorious Battle m CAPT SAWYER TO TilE RESCUE Clover creek from the heavj rains Monday night went out on a rampage Tuesday morning sweeping out Dave Phelps fleet one barge and his two gasoline boats went together The other small crafts rode the current safely except the new model hull belonging to Will Pate which after battling with the waves for several hours broke loose about 0 oclock and was swept out Into the river but wa caughtCapt Sawyer enlivened the spectators when he took the Red Hen out on the swift current The Red Hen rode the waves fine and Capt Sawyer showed his skill as a boatsman in the way he handled her in the swift cur rentThe gasoline boat Red Hen went in search of the Phelps fleet and will bring them back The river rose for a while at the rate of 4 inches an hour and the local raise coming on the coal boat raise will probably make a 15 ft stage Farmers who have lowlands on the creek bottoms are getting uneasy as a good many have already broken their ground and it is more than like ly it will be covered by the rising 600ylogs Clover rafted to come out on this rise j SHOT TO DEATH AT EKRON J T Sykes Shoots Carl Cray croft to Death During a Quarrel VICTIM PROMINENT FARMER As a result of a quarrel which took place Saturday night and was renewed Sunday morning J T Sykes shot and killed Carl Craycroft at Bkron Meade county Craycroft was a yound farmer 23 years old and a member ofa promi nent family of Meade county Sykes is carpenter 35 years old and lives at Ekron After the killing Sykes made his escape and has not been apprehended I Now Is The Time While your hat is new and pretty and your dress is fresh and dainty have your photograph made Go to the Brabandt Studio Cloverport Experienced Horse Trainer Beard Bros havo associated with them in the handling of horses R R Hodgen of Owensboro He is an experienced reputation trainer having a state wide I HARDINSBURGS NEWSY NOTES Live Items Of Interest Gathered By Our Energetic Corres CountyICapital I TWO PRETTY HUME WEDDINGS Godfrey Ball is at home on a ten days vacation from Hopklnsville Mrs Judith DeJarnette arrived from Owensboro Saturday nightto visit her daughter Mrs Marvin BeardIMiss Tula Daniels has returned from a Missionary meeting at Lebanon BurginsMonday to be with Mrs Allen S EdelenD Heron T J Moore and Dr Mather attended the burial of the late Joe Shorshell at McDaniels Mon day Mr Shorshell died at Irvington Saturday night Rev W H Fareman of Barretts Ford is visiting friends in town A pretty home wedding was solemnized Sunday afternoon at three oclock at the residence of Thomas Robertson near McQuady The groom was Mr Owen Whorley a worthy young man of near Clover port The bride was Miss Eliza Ro erson the fourth of Mr and Mrs Robersons children to marry A beautiful diuner was served to the friends who witnessed the marriage Rev Mather outdated pronouncing a most impressive ceremony Contracts have been let for the re pair of all the bridges in the county and the work will begin at once Miss Beulah Rowland has returned from school at Bowling Green The marriage of Miss Lelia Daniel McGary to Mr Herbert Howe Lewis of Centertown was celebrated at the home of Miss McGarys parents at 330 oclock Wednesday afternoon The attendants were Miss Margaret Baker of Centertown and Mr James Gaylc of Carrolton Rev B B Eng lish of Owensboro performed the ceremony The bridal party entered the parlor to the strains of the Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin rendered by MissIsabel Gardner Thine Own was played during the ceremony and Mendelssohns Wedding March from Midsummers Night Dream was play as the party left the parlor The led and groom left immediately after the ceremony for a short bridal trip They will be at home at Cen tertown after May 1 Miss McGary is one of Hardlnsburgs prettiest and most popular young women and has many friends Mr Lewis is a very successful banker at Centertown Dr J E Kincheloe went to Louis ville Thursday to attend a meeting of a Medical Society of which he Is a member He was on the program for an address Charley Beard and son 0 L went to Bowling Green Friday and returned Monday after a visit to Miss Margaret Beard who is spending the year In the Normal Mr and Mrs D H Murray retu ed Monday from Glendeane after a visit of several days to Mr and Mrs D C Moorman Frank Jolly went to Tell City Sun day His sons Morris and Wilson re turned with him after a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs P J Herrmann- A circus is billed here for the 20th of this month The usual joy is at tending every parent who has the ex cuse that I must go to take the childrenAt II of the Board of Fair Directors Thursday E C Haswell tendered his resignation as Secretary Joel H Pile was elected In his stead Gus Shellman will put In a plate glass front and two show windows thus materially modernizing his store house on Main street Raymond Dowell was in Louisville few days last week under the care of an oculistMrs Shellman and son Nathaniel were in Louisville a few days last week shopping Only a shot time until our street lights will be put In The Home Mission Society of the I I I M E church South has elected Mrs D R Murray delegate to Its annual meeting which will convene next month in Bowling Green for a four days sessIonII Aug 31 Sept 1 and 2 All children will be admitted free the first day The International Dictionary to be given to the common school graduate who makes the highest general average in the May examination Is on exhibition In B F Beard R Co show windows D C Heron traveling salesman was here several days last week R S Carson the typewriter man was in town recently selling goods an mixing with his friends Mr Carso- is a relative of the celebrated Ki Carsonof frontier fame No frontiers man ever captured Red men more ef fectually than R S captures the Pale- Faces whom he meets in his work Gardening painting cleaning upI and feeling the indications of ap proaching spring fever are the orders of the day There was no issue of the Damocrat this week work being directed IIn getting out the special edition for next week 300 Mens Hats worth all from 150 to 300 goat 90cat W J Schopps Stephensport Ky A New Home Preston Foote is building a hand some new cottage on his farm near lewleyville The Cloverport Bridge The lumber for repairs on the bridge- is being hauled find the work of re pairIng will soon begin Fi1Y 1using1sweet and is a safe the alum the menacers to of the day ROYAL IS THE ONLY BAKING POWDER MADE FROM ROYAL GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR PROMINENT INDIANA DEAIDI Q K Groves Passes Away at Ills Home at Tobiflsport Was a Man And Highly WIFE AND SURVIVE adt at Tobinsport Ind Monday afternoon hits death was bronchial pneumonia He was fiftylour years of age leaves a wife and three children Tobin Thos and Mrs Hawkins Mr Groves was u man of broad information He was a Mason and many good things can be Bald of his life In politics he was successful having held severaloffices He Was born and reare in Indiana near Rome where hi brothors Josh and rhos Groves live Best AmericanSimpson at 4 78cat W J Stephensport Ky Ben Sale The sale of cattle mules and horses held at Big Spring last Thursday proved very successful and satisfac tory to Mr Clarkson The cattle brought fair prices so did the horse- and mules There was no for hogs and they did not sell Th sale amounted to over 3600 most of which was paid in cash The teautiful home of Ex Mayor Bar ry has just been newly painted in I light color and is quite an to the property BAKlNGPDJYPIlR a r Thousands of millions BakingPowder in bread biscuit and cake in this country perfectly wholesome Royal guard against cheap powders whichare greatest health present Wellknown Respected CHILDREN Calicoes Schopps Clarksons Residence Improved improvement making a REV CURRIE Conducts Ills Own Revival at The Methodist Church Services Every Afternoon and Evening Until May 2 This week for the first time in a num ber of years if over before in Clover port has a home minister opened a re vivid in his own church without an as isschurch in this city and says he will not call help until ho sees there is need Services are held every afternoon at 230 and 730 oclock at night The meeting promises to be a most beneficial and refreshing one to the church and Christian people There Is no wild servicesd tosjust people Want Rev Currie invites everybody to come regularly and promptly and urges the Christians to request their friends to attend 25 lbs best granulated sugar at 123 at W J Schopps Stephensport- Ky Nice Improvements ima theemodel churches of the county Bro Willett says the membership is doing splendid work along al lines Mrs Burbin Dead BIBurbin aged 60 years died at the home of her son Harmon Burbin near Garfield Monday 1 iii OL II y0 III 0IEI OO0lcIQODiI QIO X00QOL II 0 I0II J F- yrI COMPLETE LINE OF i gBUGGIESSURRIESANDg11 o o- ii l ic i uptoDate Vehicles 0- r o 11 V 1 rtf et I 00 i 5 At Lower Prices Than Anybody t BUGGIES AT 30 35 40 50 60 and 75 1 1r 4r 0 0 ttiJ D ASHCRAFT Irvington Kym j jtitifi o OIJ uelL 1 t 0 IIi 0 111I D I1Jco=IQJ aI OL =II i 0 Ii 00CII 0r0I JI t JJtC II 4 I cJ I r Tf u n tI tJ I t a E III 101 i II 101 Jill tol JI 0 Q 6BEST Q i 0 III has the cr am blend flavor Cream n IIJ blend flour flqur In buyingflour its U 0always BEST to select a brand of y IIncstablishd quality It is bEST III Ubecause it has cream blend It is BEST because it is a perfect flour It is BEST because it has been I weighed in the balance and has al ways met the requirements in the abest homes it is BEST because it is made of the choicest winter wheat and invarably makes the most delibiour and nurishing bread rolls biscuits cakes pastries Etc nAsk your grocer for Lewisport Hills j BEST FLOUR El Elandhave no othej I II Q FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING GROCERS r 1Q LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY QQ- ci 0 JLEWISPORTci KENTUCKY Q E0II 10J Jill 101 Jill 10JIQO Iff RURAL TELEPHONES k thek ft k kllolnpany and have him explain the special Far x- inors I Line ratell I 1 CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY II- A i Incorporated ji 1 Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business 1 If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interested in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write usat once tolling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business 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 quick sales JnoDBabbagei Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc Annual sties 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad stxtlon on the branch Here is a flue opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky C OCft 332 acres on Hurdlnsburg and qjOjVOU Falls of Sinking road 2 miles onostorydwclIlnblacksmith utiop nil necessary outhouses 130 HCroi under cultlvutlon and pasture 222 acres In tlmbor white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all Rood size Plenty of Rood water tho year round Onethird cash und good easy twins on balance Ann ft acres situated IV4 mites from 3 QUU Holt Joins Oabo Pierce Ridge lund In Rood shapu Rood feiiclug one good dwel UucliouKo s rooms 1 Rood cistern 1 barn poudsThisi acres In timber white nult sugar tree mid beech balance cleared Plenty of Rood fruit Good road toHtcphonsportzK miles und Rood road to II ol IK wiles This farm Is not worn out It Is Rood land and In Rood MX Just the farm for a man with a small family n AvenueWelliocateo 4 11 andrmilesfroma good hIlt barn HO acres In oak and beech timberIleechbehauledLimestonelandformliuvyearroundIneasyFOR BALEA farm coatalning250acresand finl5u store room over It two Rood stock burns poachtreosI nil kinds of small fruits Including u nice cleuetJbllancej grovcsof black locust sulllclent for posts tt wire the whole farm in It lies near Ekror L II do orIonFOR SALEA splendid stand physician In uIRood town surrounded JusttheInto a good practice und u good drug business An old established physician wants to retire Is the reason for selling Iror further partic ulars address JNO U HAHI1AGK Clover port KY P1W I P11 IjJWjJtlf I III I 1 0 INWOOL I I IWill iteIpay 25c per pound for nice w 1wool clear of burrs delivered at 1 rvI1ington or Ekron Kentucky I 1 I 1 THOMAS J TRIPLETT I u 5th MWNA IwwY3 iMM +1A Rf + a + rii+ 1L 3i + MYA II IIA Gentleman- From Mississippi By THOMAS A WISE JVodetizcd From the Play by Frederick R ToombrII COPYRIGHT 1009 BY THOMAS A WISE I OHAFTEIt XX I THE CALL TO AttM- SOTII Randolph nnd Carolina wero deeply affected by their fathersI I3 wordsTho daughter attempted to take on herself tho blame for her broth ers action I wits the older one I might htivo stopped him if I had wished and should bear the burden No no father exclaimed the youth his Inborn self reliance prompt- Ing him to shoulder tho consequences of his own mlstnkesfI and I alone am responsible for what I did I did sot realize that It was wrong I will not hide behind Carolina Carolina Langdon bore herself better than was to have been expected under tho strain of the painful Interview Sho saw more clearly now how she had erred Sho was undergoing an Inward revolution that would make It Impos sible for her ever again to veer so far from the line of duty to her father her family nnd to herself When Randolph had finished Carolina took up her own defense and eloquently she pleaded the defense of if any a woman who yearns for what she has not got for what may bo beyond her reach the defense of the woman who I chafes under the limitations of worldly position of sex and of opportunityI It was the defense of an ambitious t womanPerhaps I ought to have been a I man of the Langdon family she exclaimed I Father oh cant you un derstand that I couldnt doze my life away down on those plantations You dont know what ambition Is I hndII to have the world I had to havoII money If I had been a man I would have tried big financial enterprises I should have liked to fight for a for tune You wouldnt have condemned me then You might have said my methods were bold but If I succeeded I would have been a great man But Just because I am a woman you think I must sit home with my knitting No father the world does move Women must have an equal chance with men but I wish I had been a man Even then I hope you would have been a gentleman rebuked her tntherII sternly Women should have an equal chance Carolina They should have an equal chance for the sameII virtues as men not for the same vicesBut an equal chance returned the girl fervidly There father you have admitted what I have tried to prove The woman with the spirit of a man the spirit that cries to n woman Advance Accomplish He something Strike for yourself cannot sit Idly by while all the world moves on If It Is true that I hove chosen the wrong moans tho wrong way to better my lot I did It through ignorance and I r I Women must have an equal chance that ignorance is the fault of the times in which I live of tho system that guides the era in which I live- I am what tho world calls educated but tho world the world of men knows better It laughs at me It has cheated me because I am a woman Tho world of men has fenced mo in and hobbled me with convention with precedent with fictitious sentiment If I pursues tho business of men as they themselves would pursue It I am called an ungrateful daughter If 1 should adopt the morals of men I would bo called a fallen woman If I ofmen yhavoway I will But not every woman feels the way you do my daughter broke in the senatorNo you are right because their spirit has been crushed by generations by centuries of forced subserviency to men They tell us we should bo thankful that wo do not live in China where women aro physical slaves to men In our country they are forced to be mental and social slates to men Is one l t 0I 0 iiiiw ii I rcry mucn worse man tile otlierr Then dear and her fathers tone was very gentle If you want an equal chance want to bo equal to a man you must take your medicine with Randolph like n man What are you going to do sir she asked afraid Im going to spoil nil your llttlo scheme dear ho returned smiling sadly Im going I fear to make you lose all your money Id like to make it easy for you but I cant Youvoi got to take your medicine children and when its all over back there in Mississippi I shall be able I hope patch up your broken lives and toget er we will work out your mistakes tcant think of that now Tho honor o the Langdons calls This is the time for tho fight and any one who fights against me must take the conse quencesHe over and touched tho bell Thomas ho said to the servan who responded take that letter at once to Senator Peabody in tho libra ry What is it sir asked Randolph Its tho call to arms responded hl father grimly Senator Peabody read the letter to which flames had signed Langdons name and jumped up from his chair in the library In astonishment Without a word to the startled Stevens ho rush ed to confront Langdon Whats the meaning of this he shouted as ho burst in on the junior senator from Mississippi Of what asked the southerner with n blandness that added fuel to Peabodys Irritation Dont trifle with me sir cried tho boss of the senate This letter YouI sent it Explain It Im in no mood to JokeLangdon looked at him calmly 1I think the letter is quite plain senator he said You can rend Then he turned to his daughter This discussion cannot possibly interest you my dear Will you go to the drawing room to receive our guests Carolina obeyed She seemed to be discovering new qualities in this father whom she had considered to be too old fashioned for his time Now senator go ahead and Ran dolph you bring Stevens Youre switching to Gulf City de manded Peabody Im considering Gulf City agreed Langdon Peabody brought down his fist on the tableIts too late to consider anything Langdon ho cried Were committed to Allacoohi nnd Altacoola it is I dont care what you heard of Gul City Now Id like to settle this thing in a friendly manner Langdon I like always for every member of the senate to have his sharo of the power and the patronage Weve been glad to put you forward In this naval base matter We appreciate the straightforwardness the honesty of your character You look well Youre tho kind of politician the public thinks it wants nowadays but youvo been In the senate long enough to know that bills have to pass and you know you cant get through nny thing without my friends and I teUII you now Ill throttle any Gulf City plan you bring up Then it you are as sure of that you cant object to my being for Gulf City asked Lnngdon Aro you financially interested in Gulf City demanded Peabody Senator Peabody exclaimed LangII donDont flare up Langdon retorted I Peabody That sort of thing has happened In tho senate There are often perfectly legitimate profits to be made in some regular commercial ven- tura by a man who has inside infor mation as to whats doing up on Capi tol hill Senator Peabody asked Langdon why are you so strong for Altacoola The Pennsylvanian hesitated Its natural advantages bo said at last Tho southerner shook his head Oh thats all Well if natural ad vantages are going to settle it and not influence go ahead and vote and Ill just bring in n minority report for Gulf Cityii The boss of the senate was in d corner now- Confound it Langdon if you will have it I am Interested in Altncoola Langdon nodded Thats all I wanted to know ho said NQW you see why Its got to bo Altacoola persisted tho boss I dbnjt mind telling you then Son ator Peabody answered Langdon calmly that my being for Gulf City was a btyff Ive been trying tQ draw ou out Gulf City is a mud bank nd no more fitted to be a naval base I than Keokpk Ia Altacoola its sot to be for tho good of the country and the honor of Mississippi And one thing more senator Id Just like to add that not a single man connected with that committee Is go- Ing to tanks n cent out of the deal You get that straight To be Continued I Better Subscribe Today d k tt t ti I f SOME DUMB ANIMALS ARE WISE AS HUMAN BEINGS Marvelous Elephants Too as WellI as Educated Horses Make a Big lilt With Howes Great London Show And fences Not all of the many sides of Interest of a circus pilgrimage Is seen upon the bills Could our readers but follow the magnificent horses all day as they go about the show ground they would be surprised by the revelation of horse sense There are to be counted with Howes Great London Shows almost 200 head of horses and they are all beauties perfectly lovely Each of these horses can find the car In which iit travels at night and can find its proper stall In the morning when the train is unloaded it knows where to go nnd where to stand It knows when its cage or den is ready to be taken to the andhThetbig horse tents and when the parade iIs ready it knows where it should fall in These circus horses know as much about tho performance as do the people claimedtring and performing horses know when they will1 be needed in the ring that they can tell by the music of the bands The circus horses know when to pull and when to lay down they know how to stand up in a moving car and they know how to hurry in case of a storm They can do everything but talk The entire institution Is so complete In its immensity that only a generall zatlon can be mentioned herewith Dont forget the date Wednesday April 28 Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamity often happens because a careless boatman ignores the rivers warnings growing ripples and faster current Natures warnings are kind That dull pain or ache in the buck warns you the Kidneys need attention if you would escape fatal maladies Dropsy Diabetes or Brights disease Take Electric Bitters at once and see backache fly and all your best feelings return After long suffering from weak kidneys and lame back one 100 bottle wholly cured me writes J R Blankenship of Belk Tenn Only 50cII at Severs Drug Store The Drawback Being eager to know how his off spring Haymow Junior was getting along in the big metropolis Haymow senior one day repaired thither from his rural habitat and sought Informa thou of his brother long sinco established In the city whatfyou about Ebenezer Oh I understand remarked tho young hopefuls uncle that ho is in valuable in his new JobII swan I Moreover I understand that the boss simply cant do without him now you tnlklIAnd Ebenezer 11 be a partner with in a year or so according to what I hear from tho same source Haymow senior stroked his beard highly satisfied By the way who told you nil this about Ebenezer ho Inquired Ebenezer OhNow York Times A Baby Show in Cloverport would have many contestants but its safe to say that the healthiest baby would win the prize No baby can be healthy who suffers from worms and most babies do unless they are kept free from them with Whites Cream Vermifuge Acts quickly yet mildly is its own purgative Mothers dont attempt to raise children without Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 25 cents Sold by A R Fisher Thirty Three Years On The Road Uncle Max Cerf was in town on Thursday calling on the grocerymen In point of years of service Uucle Max is the oldest drummer that is coming to town it being 33 years since he com menced traveling in this territory He is a genial jolly and good natured gentleman of the old school and we are al ways glad to have him around Lewis port Cor Clarion s- I Dr Thomas Electric Ol is the best remedy for that often fatal disease croup Has been used with success fur our family for eight years rMrs L p Whiteacre Buffalo N Y Credit The suffragette raised her right hand Give woman the credit she deserves she cried and where would man be If sho got nil the credit she wanted fied be in the poorhouse sneered a coarse person In the rear of the hall Chicago News e TORTJrBMMttut Jf 1h KIIIdYaiHaieNwalsBsip Wpatwe of aJKtf r T f 11 c I i Ilia- i i fANDKingsNew rv FOR COUCHSERIOE Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED J JIEIKEIHSONDealers GraniteMarble and Stone Cloverport Kentucky t IFit is the surest and safest i place you want to have your watchrepaired go to T C LEWiiSII ho knows how and does as he knows Ho hasono of tho finest collections of beautiful uptodateJEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for lleraembor it is the same T C Lewis Como he is glad to welcome youjand give you satisfactionT LewisHome Jeweler 1 Hardlnsburg Ky Iw STYLISII COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All tho latest patterns for Suits fabrics methods Fit guaranteed Mod ercte prices Expert tailors em ployed J H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Can eltonInd 60 YEARS 11IEXPERIENcE i TRADE DESIGNSt MARKS 4 11 IIICOPYRIGHTS c j eendngaekotehanddescrlptorfma7tiulokll anlavontI tlons11rlctlyconadent al HANDBOOK on lateuts patents1atqnt 1rthoScientific anI 1 A nandsomelr Illustrated woeklr largest clr d calatlon of any iclontlDo Journal Terms E3 AJnewedealereIUNNBranch Offlco We F Bt Washington D U fy L II tc ST L TIME TABLE EAST 1l0UNDI 1 No 148 Dally Fast Train leaves OlovernortII J 507 A M stops at Irvlngtcn West Point J Stites and Medora only arrive at Louisville 11NoH3verport 10107 AM stops at all way statJonsIm58pTrain m stmail leaves Clo I verport 458 p m stops at all way stations atLoulHv1l1eTrain No 148 Dally Oloverport accommo dation arrives Oloverport 740 pm WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Henderson accommodation t waytationsexpressleavoeCloveeDortllOb t oStanleyBt Louls750p m I Train No 143 Mull and Express dally ar 1 103tim A No145dally St Louis fast train leaves Olo verport 1108 P M arrives Evansvllleli36 A IiawesvilleOwensboro beetweenLouisvillecars and freo rocllnlnlt ch air cnrs on trAfna145 f8tf fordnI lie Branch EASTBOUND tNordsvilloam L leavesFordavhle IIp1I1IIt Fordivllie7OQ a m Irvlnltton O96aroIWEST BOUND Train No S Dally except Sunday leave umpmmarrlv9el t ll 3 j THOUGHTSINDREAMSStartling Mind Works In Sleep SOME STRANGE EXPERIENCES r The Events of a Whole Lifetime May Flit Past the Dreamer In a Few Mo ments Queer Results of a Dream Experiment by a Noted Psychologist A characteristic of dreams which as the rather materialistic Dr Clarke says hints nt n life that has neither beginning nor end and is bounded In- DO limits which human thoughts can compass is the rapidity with Wliicli events happen in the dream world Thus when asleep anti dreaming wo live nn entire lifetime in a minute In n space of time that Is scarcely more than n second we pass through experiences that could not be duplicated In this objective sphere In hours perhaps In years Count Lavalctto relates that one night when Imprisoned and under sentence of death he dreamed that bo stood for live hours at n Paris street corner where he witnessed a con tinuous succession of harrowing scenes 4of blood every one of which wrought his soul to the highest pitch of excite ment When he woke be found that ho had been asleep less than two min utesIn a more recent experiment made expressly to test the truth of these theories the subject was aroused from sleep by n few drops of water being sprinkled upon his forehead It took but an Instant to accomplish this re suit and yet In that Incalculably brief space of time the man dreamed of going on nn excursion of nn accident by which ho was plunged Into a lake i and during tho long struggle to escape death that followed all the experiences of hIs life seemed to flash before him Just ns they are said to appear to a person who Is actually drowning Dreams are tricksters Professor Tltchener of Cornell university told with gusto of his experience As a specialist In psychology he Interested himself In dreams Like a true scien tist he once set about gathering data Ho wanted to know what caused dreams where they came from what they meant and all that Ha deter mined to watch himself when he slept and to awake himself at once when ho found himself dreaming something I of value So wIth a notebook on a t writing table near his bed he forced himself to waken for several nights and to write down while tho dream Imorcsslons were vivid his remem brances of the details and by a study of the room the bed and his physical condition to attempt to arrive nt the possible causes of his dreams He was getting on famously One night he had a particularly vivid dream In accordance with his prac tice ho forced himself to awake and Immediately write down clearly every thing about It then went back to sleep again The next morning he arose and was astounded to see that his note shflbt was blank He remembered pos itively the notes he had set down thereon In tho middle of the preceding night The next night again he wrote down his notes after his dreams only 1 to have the same uncanny sensation the next morning at finding nothing recorded The strange circumstances set him to pondering That night he Impressed upon hIs mind before dropping off into slumber that he must awaken with his first dream or If not with that with his second dream Subsequently this Btronc nntcsleeplns command deliver t ed to himself was present all through i his dream consciousness When the first scenes of a vivid dream came be fore his fancy he felt himself awaken and he sot about writing down the j facts upon the pad at his table i It was then that from some source S of Inner consciousness he felt the command f again to awake although ho p seemed at the time to be In full posses sion of hIs normal faculties His eyes opened and the secret was out He i found himself lying In bed where ho thad been all that night His rising g after each dream had become so much 7a routine that he had dreamed that he had arisen and had made tho notes i j and hits dream was so clear that It j seemed reality Outing Magazine itAI CASE OF INFLAMMA I TORY RHEUMATISM J t q f180mb ten weeks ago a sudden pain f came in my right arm writes Mrs Marguerite Rau 623 Franklin St York PaIThe doctor called It inflammatory rheumatism For about seven r weeks I doctored with different reme dies without getting any relief My arm was swollen from the elbow to the tips of my fingers anti was nil black and blue and looked as though there was something drawing at the elbow and ns If it would break open The pain was so great that I could not sleep I final ly bougHt a bottle of Sloans Liniment N and that gave me relief at once I have used three 25c bottles andmnnowustng p S06 bgttle rI feel that my recovery is due to Slpafls1 Liniment It did more for me in threeweeks f than all the other doctor hfftTeverdid j vi fprelfr slips your memory buy a tQitliio Sloahi Liniment There are ti tdtee aliaSyfo i ScV and 16q Every irdriiggistcwrrtas it in steck 1 U a I r eewm9 A woman who is sick and suffering and wont at least PinkhamsVegetablecondition v Theic are literally hundreds of thousands of women in the United States who have been benefited by this famous old remedy which was produced from roots and herbs over thirty years ago by a woman to relieve womans suffering Read what these women say Camden N JItis with pleasure that I send my testimo nial for Lydia JEPlnklmius Vegetablo Compound hoping it thobenefitremedyI back and side sick headachesno appetite was tired and nervous all the time and so weak I OompoUJuimade LincolnAveErie Pa I suffered for five years from female troubles andat last was almost helpless I tried three doctors but they did PinklnamsVegetablePintkliamsVegetable goldMrspublish helptheseing from the same trouble For 30 years Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable furfemaletoherselfntetlichteMade andhasIf the slightest trouble appears which you do not understand write to Mrs isfreeFILIAL DUTY An Example From the Chinese of a Good Little Boy In China the Book of Filial Duty has been employed to instruct the young for the last 2000 years In It are twentyfour examples for good boys What these examples are like may be understood from the story of Wu Mcug example No 20 Wu Meng It seems was very obedient to his parents One day at the age of eight he noticed with pain that the mosquI- toes aiinoyed his parents while they were trying to sleep Presently ho hit upon a plan to rescue them Says the author of this classic The buzzTngbf the mosquitoes sounds like ylng ylng and their united hum 1s almost equal to thunder His tired parents are reclining on their bed their countenances already sunk in slumber Legions of mosquitoes fierce ly attack them alternately retreating and advancing The insects disturb the dreaming sleepers and with annoyance they toss from side to side Wu sees them sucking his parents blood which causes his heart to grieve His flesh he thinks can be easily pierced but that of his parents Is bard to penetrate Lying on the bed he threw off his clothes and soon feeling the pain of their attacks he cried I have no dread of you nor have you any reason to fear meI Although I have a fan I will no use It nor will 1 strike you with my hand I will He very quiet and let you gorge to the full Thus did the parents of Wu Men g get a chance to sleep In peace Authorities say that outdoor exercise is needed by the American People Thats all1 very well but how can people with rheumatism follow that advice The answer is very simpleuse Ballardt Snow Liniment and the rheumatis- will go leaving you as spry as a colt Gives quick and permanent reli cf front rheumatism neuralgia lam back and all pains Sold by A R Fisher Kitchen Stools Only the woman who owns a sizable kitchen stool knows the comfort of It If she has two or three so much the better They are not expensive articles nn 1 therefore It does not strain the house keepers purse to provide her kitchen with enough of them to make worl comfortable There should always be Wo to slip under the kitchen table It should be high enough to put the worker In a comfortnblo poslUon for using her hands She will find herself using 1 It hours during the tiny that otherwise she would have spent on her feet Tho laundress who knows huts to take tare of herself has a high stool1 with rungs for her feet on which she may sit whet flho is ironing the light Piecu Itw1I1 give her rcnqwcd strength for the next days work i t I- Es M ptl ssana3 b9 COLOMBIAN ETIQUETTE Daily Handshaking and Greeting Consume a Lot of Time It was the third or fourth day out from Santa Marta Colombia and early in the morning when one of the South American passengers came on deck Another South American arose from hIs deck chair extended his hand and as the men shook hands Inquired after the health of the newcomer hfs wife nnd his children As they had parted company only about eight hours before In the smok lug room this seemed like unnecessary courtesy The observer noticed that this happened In the case of all the ColombiansI mi board so he asked one man about It It Is a custom of the country saId be On the occasion of meeting a per son for tho first time each day It Is etiquette to shake hands and to make inquiries about the health of the per son so greeted and of his relatives It would not be considered polite to do otherwiseContinuing this man told of taking rt walk one day In Bogota with a mer chant of the place They were bent on business and were to cover a dis tance that might bo made rather easily In ten minutes Because of the neces sary stops to make the customary In quirles and to shake hands with friends nearlyttionFor a mild bowels a single dose of Deans Regulots is enough Treatment cures habitual constipation 25 cents a box Ask your druggists for them Apple Superstition Tho ruddy winter apple la much used as a lovers test Roman lovers betweenmtheir fingers and thumb nnd shoot It fits to tho ceiling If the pip reached aesign that their love was returned An other method once much used was to throw the pip Into the fire uttering the beloved ones name If the pip burst with a loud report it was a good sign but tho love would not last long if time pip burst silently Many rustic lovers used to place the thedpips dropped eyes were opened It denoted unfaithfulness Swiss maidens often follow the follow ing custom They buy an apple from an aged widow tho uglier she Is the better nnd eat half of It with a salt ed herring Just before the mystic hour of midnight The other half of the applo they place beneath their pillow and prophetic dreams are sure to fol low DoWitts Little Early Risers the best known pills and the best pills made are easy to take and act gently and are cer Itafu We sell and recommend them AH Druggists q G i EASTER CARD PARTY Decorations and Prizes Should Bo Springlike and Pretty An Easter card party should be springlike and pretty If you can af ford it have the hpuse decorated with spring llowors daisies Jonquils nnd daffodils The score cards should bo ornamented with little bells sugges thYOI Castor bells and have the partners fInd each other by matching the girds to see whoso ribbons are nllkc Time bells may bo fastened to the cards with ribbon bows During tho curd playing have mineral water salted nuts and candles pusmd nm have the refreshments later The prizes may be suggestive of Easter Give a pretty growing lily In nn at tractive jardiniere for one n low lisp tilled with growing pansles for anoth er an Easter hare tilled with candles for a third and several little chicks for the gentlemans booby prize or a live rabbit if you think it will be all right It will cause much fun and laughter Have the favorson the refreshment table nt each corner or pass them after serving if you do not have a sit down supper An amusing idea Is to pass to the gentlemen a big Jnok Ilornor pic you can make it yourself by covering a bread pan with crape papers and another to the ladles In tho tiles have all kinds of Easter conceits china and papier mache rabbits and hares eggs filled with candles etcnml let them draw them with ribbons tight tie the pres ents with long ends that come through slits In the paper Servo for refreshment chicken consomme In cups egg salad nnd creamed chicken breasts Ices in the forms of eggs and cakes and coffee In demitasses Drop by drop the offensive discharge caused by Nasal Catarrh falls from the back of the nose into the throat setting up an inflammation that is likely to mean Chronic Bronchitis The most satis factory remedy for Catarrh is Elys Cream Balm and the relief that follows even the first application cannot be told I in words Dont suffer a day longer I from the discomfort of Nasal Catarrh Cream Balm is sold by all druggists for 50c or mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren Street New York Brides Pie Joke Her Richard I Why on earth are I you cutting your pie with a knife I Him Because darling now under stand Im not finding any fault for III know that these little oversights occur because you forgot to give mo a can opener Cleveland Leader on on in three sizes Can be had ehher with or Top If not at your dealers write our agency made finely and very handsome Gives If not with your desire write our nearest agenvys OH Owen Farming On A Big Messrs R K and Walter Lambert and Senator Owen have bad quite a number of teams at work their land for tho immense crops they will cultivate this season Perhaps it is not known hut these gen tlemen will farm on a larger scale than was ever in county before They will have under cultiva lion the entire farms of Mrs W L Smith and T McGill and of the farms of H G Smith and Wm H Toler making in all 1000 or more acres in by these The Messrs Lambert are men of more and varid oc than one sees Be a Dont Heat the KitchenA- llr the necessary family cook ing may be done as well a New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove as rangeBy tion Oil Stove the annoyance stuffykitchen in midsummer The construction of the i NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove PerfectionhaskeepingbarsforMade without Cabinet nearest TheaLamp is sutistantfally nkkdd a PortablysafeSTANDARD COMPANY Incorporated Senator Scale preparing generally attempted Hancock S portions probably cutivation gentlemen diversified cupations generally scientific sides being proprietors of firstclass boarding houses and also owners and managers of as modern nnd uptodate a livery and feed stnblesas con be found in the State of Kentucky they are the general selling and ilistribnting agents of the State of Kentucky of n monumen tal works in Georgia These gentle men have both recently completed resii dences that would do honor to some of citluLowisportCor Ninety Dollars Sayed A gO certificate on Baldwin Piano Co for sale cheap Any person desiring to purchase n piano or piano player will save money by purchasing this cer tificate Address News office Clover port Ky eASTORLdI t t61gr TWO CAR LOADS rl- AI I Just Received III II II Two car loads of the nicest and best buggies I 1 ever brought to Breckenridge county If you II are in the market for a buggy you had betterI I see our stock and prices before buying TheseIfor cash and inbuggies were bought IJlilities that give us the inside track on quantlII We will divide up with our customers I can save you at least 10 per cent Dont take 1 believingI III t I I i I I I TAYLOR i SUTBR I CUSTER KENTUCKY ty Al = Itr THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO d Issued Every Wcdnesduy I Subscription Price 100 U year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at tho rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino Money r in advancey Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please usWhen ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGES CLOVERPOET KY WEDNESDAY APRIL 21 1909 SOW MR TAFT CAWHELP 1 PARTY AJYZ SATISFY SO UTIL Under the title Shall the Solid South Be Shattered 1 Julian Harris editor of Uncle Kenms Tho Home Magazine has written a remarkable editorial on tho political situation in the South It up appears in the March number of the Magazine The following is an Extract Frankly we believe the breaking of the Solid South would bo one of the best things politically that could happen to the South and we have tried to lay the the foundation for this conclusion and yet not distort conditions There is no intention to suggest that the man who is genuinely a Democrat should recede from his position at the same time there is every reason why every white Southern voter who is genuinely a Re publican should cast his vote for tho Republican ticket Twelve years ago there was not much regard for a Southern man who voted the national Republican ticket Today some of the leading citizens for instance of Atlanta are known as national Republicans Now that tho negro is disfranchised wo ought to be fair to those of our friends and acquaintances who believe with the party of Roos ovelt and Taft Nor is the Republican party without its responsibilities in such an evolution Mr Taft can show that there is sincerity in Republi can speeches and intimations He can keep tho gadfly of negro appointments away from the South and by seeking the suggestions of leading citizens in tho various sections and cities in the South can re I gardless of political lines make federal appointments which willnot only reflect great credit on his administration but establish propa aganda for all time The South is bound to be slow in any radical move and Mr Taft will doubtless be in no hurry In tho meantime each one of us can help the nation at large and the South in particular by standing to the gun of his convictions and voting conscientiously and honestly whether for Republican or Democratic doctrines l TARIFF 0 UT11AGES The customary number of outrages is reportedat Washington Representatives with thoughts to breathe or amendments to offer about the tariff bill regard as outrages tho closing debate that is the speaking of piecesthe order on limitation of amend ments and the appointment of Friday afternoon for a vote on the bill Every Robber Baron whose golden goose is insufficiently protected every more or less hoary infant industry every altruist whose ox is gored feels the same sense and perhaps makes the same howl of outrage And a protective tariff any one is an outrage It is a botch and a bargain It fattens DOE hero to starve ROB there What do you expect when everybody is trying to get the best of everybody else 1 Tho weak to the wall It is the poor devil of a consumer that is most entitled to groan and kick But he makes little noise and is of mighty little account Except occasionally at an election Ho stands an enormous amount of plucking though Nobody need to bother about him Get the outrage out of the way then Wo wonder if Mr Axemen said that ho hoped tho bill would bo a law by Juno 1 At any rate the general wish fathers such a thought Now York Sun The NEWS wants to congratulate the road workers who have done such splendid work on the road leading from Irvington to Bewloyvillo It is a pleasure to drive over this road Good roads were never built in a year two years or four years It takes time and money and ex perience Breckenridgo county has made mistakes like all other counties in working roads But wo are progressing along the good roads lino and in just a few years more if we keep up our work there will not be many counties ahead of us What every man woman and child in the county should do is to have a good word for the roads and quit knocking on them and the work being done It is like every thing else weve got to learn and work and wait for good roads Father Bray spoke a beautiful thought the other day when ho laid in his sermon at St Rose church Christ dignified work Work brings dignity and never disgrace just as long as we do it honestly Wheat has come out wonderfully during the past week Thoro Will be a fairly good crop all over the country THE BRER FOXjust think of a boat plunging through water at this terrific rate It will take a cool head for a pilot to guide her as she will have to encounter swiftWill Leave on The Coal Boat cur rents and cross currents which will be WaterComing and Will likely to swamp her in her own swells departureReachpass ashe can only run in daylight leaveASaturday veather is good The IlrerPoxso widely advertised is expected to leave on the coal boat Best 44 unbleached stage of water which will be here about cotton equal to sea island SClloppS3anquirerI Fox was out Saturday evening testingStephensport Kv her machinery and limbering upno TIiIScraftKNOWbouris to make the run from Cincinnati toGeo Lewis of Roberts Bottom sells New Orleans in oO hours and when 30 more eggs then any man in the county averaging front 10 to 15 dozen a day0 35 miles is good time for a train f yt 4r- y 4 5MASwiiiMrhisMrdbiwdr AnSLICitJi rP+ iri i Address IMI Address I 33035 W Market i 249 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky KyINCORPORATED 13 Shot Swiss Repeating Rifles I X295 m i8d 295111 I Each one in perfect condition for practice shooting bird shooting small and big gamea remarkable rifle value These guns were used by the Swiss Governmenthigh power 13shot Repeating Rifles originally cost the Swiss Government 25 each and in material and workmanship they cannot be These rifles are Qtted with the Mauser typo bolt repeating and ejecting action one of the strongest bolt actions made carry 12 cartridges in the magazine shoot a 41caliber smokeless cartridge may well be compared in power with the 3030 smokeless cartridges but 2 95which is 716 in diameter weighs 300 grains and strikes a very power 2 95They have a carrying power of about a mile Our price for these is 295 order early for when stock is exhausted there will be more NOTEIf theso rifles are not just as represented if they dont please you if you dont think they arc tho best values you over saw after examining them carefully return them and wo will cheerfully rofund your money Could anything be fairer You run no risk t J Club your orders with your neighbors Amunition for the Swiss Repeating Rifles 25cdelivered1 i U S Springfield Rifles Only 195V They cost the United States Government 18 apiece in lots of Ten Thousand I Special Offer To Our Out of Town Customers Only Cut out this coupon present it a- tlour store and it will entitle you to buy 48cApronNot more than 10 yards to a person regardless of how many coupons they may have B N INDIGESTION ENDStIt Misery From Your Disordered Stomach Goes in Five Minutes You can eat anything your stomach craves without fear of a case of Indi gestion or Dyspepsia or that your food will ferment or sour on your stomach iif you will occasionally take a little Dia pepsin after eating Your meals will taste good and any thing you eat will be digested nothing can ferment or turn into acid or poison or stomach gas which causes Belching Dizziness a feeling of fullness after eat ing Nausea Indigestion like a lumpI of lead in stomach Biliousness Heart burn Water brash Pain in stomach and intestines or other symptoms Headaches from the stomach are ab solutely unknown where this effective remedy is used Diapepsin really doe all the work of a healthy stomach It I digests your meals when your stomach cant Each triangule will digest all1I the food you can eat and leave nothing to ferment or sour Get a large sOcent case of Papes Diapepsin from your druggist and star taking today and by tomorrow you will actually brag about your healthy strong Stomach for you then can eat any thing and everything you want without the slightest discomfort or misery and every particle of Impurity and Gas that Is in your stomach and intestines is going to be carried away without the us j of laxatives or any other assistance An Inspiration The charming little daughter who ar rived at the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Dean at Glendeaue April theI twelfth has made Mr Dean one of theI happiest men in the county She has nearly put her father in the notion of r announcing himself a candidate for theI Legislature II w tr c = F no DARNED Rev Green Cundiff filled his regular appointment at Ephesus Sunday The Ladies Missionary Society met with Mrs Butler Thursday afternoon Mrs James Kennedy was the guest of Mrs W A Cruse Thursday The Easter exercise at Ephsus Sun day night was largely attended Several from here attended the Social at Germantown Friday night given by Miss Nettle Davis Mrs G W Payne is no better at this writing Mrs C L Bruingtous children have scarlet fever Milt Davis and family were the guests of Mr and Mrs John Weatherford Sun dayStanley Brown had n Working one weeksIMrs Amanda Scott is ill of pneumo niaMr Loyd Butler and wife of St Louis are the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs W 0 Butlers 200 childrens knee pant suits good values at 180 will go at 98c at W J Schopps Stephenspprt Ky BRAYEReAT ST ROSES CHURCH The devotion kuowu as the Forty Hours Prayer which is held in each Catholic church once a year will be opened at St Roses church next Sun day morning at the 1015 High Mass Sunday evening at 730 there will be cpeclal services at which Father John P Cnuc of McQuady will preach on the Sacrament of Penance or the con Y n J1 I excelled Free Trip to LouisvilleFr- om April 12th to May 22nd Of course you are coming to the Southern Electrical Industrial Exposition bo hold in our city from April 12th to 24th Everybody for miles around will visit this wonderful exposition A good way to make this trip to Louisville and cost younothing will bp to buy your spring and summer merchandise needs of us We will rebate railroad fares on the purchases Of course the greater the purchase the greater the rebate Wo have 40 departments in I our store each one is a complete store in itself You can buy most anything horofrom a paper of pins to a fine parlor suit Our facilities for paying cnsh for what we buy en ables us to buy cheaper and therefore wo can sell cheaperr A Look at This Mail Order Competition Vanquished i Drop head 5 drawers com The Favorite Sewing Machine ture pleteattacbmentbestfurntJTEN YEARSM Jour special drop head F The Breckenridge Inlr Extra Nino Finish 1I1lrh Arm manufactured standard factory The same machine for which agents have been getting t6I3 IIby 1 Our personal 10 year guarantee Je j50 Our Price 0 yS hind that of the fuotory Either of machines delivered to any address in llreckoiiridgo or adjoining counties at above prices Please send cash with order You should come to ouster andrINSPECT OUR STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE 1- PENICK BROS Custer Ky Fence Agents for Old Hickory JI Wagons Hartman Cultivators American Field il I fession of sins Monday morning the High Mass will be fit 950 and Father Myering of Browns valley Ky will preach the sermon On Monday evening the services will be conducted by Father Jas L Whalen of St Joseph Ky who will speak on The Real Presence of Christ in the Sacrament of the Euchar ist Rev F S Fitzgerald of St Pauls church Owensboro will deliver the sermon at the concluding exercises Tues day morning at the 10 oclock Mass All are cordially invited to attend Notice We have started our wagon oil daily trips for the delivery of Ice this season Your old book from last year is still good butif you pay cash for the re training coupons or get n new one you save 10 percent of the amount How is the time to buy books For furthur infonnntion telephone Cloverport Water Light Ice Co Inc 500 paif pants worth 150 to 250 will go at 9Oc at W J Schopps Stephensport Ky s fl 1 Mr Cain a Good Farmer d One oflhe host built wire fences to bej avhasfarm on the Irvington and Bewleyville 1them1 i improvements show that he believes in doing thinks rlghtilL Tho readers of this paper will be pleased to dreadeddlits stages und that la Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive euro now known to the mcdlcnltraterlllty Cutarrh being a con j HtltutionaldUuuHfl requires a constitutional treatment Hulls Oatarrh Curo U taken lu i J tcrnally acting directly upon tho blood and itstraying1iIlvllJconstitution und assisting nature indoinRltsI Worlc The proprietors hove 40 tnuqh faith in t 1U curative powers that they offer One Hun Bred Dollars for any case that it fails to euro p Send far list of testimonials y y QBoldbyBrugjjists F TakQ Halls Family Pills for constipation s U 11 i r A Reliable Remedy FOR Y MBAIMATARRHrqr Elys Cream BalmFEVER aP absorbedIves I Eliehealsprotectstko brano resulting from Catarrh anti driv Restorene s LiquidOrenraY Kly Brothers lCG Warren Street Now York the Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 21 1909 Announcement I ntn a candidate for County Attorney o BrMenrld county subject to the tEctlon o tho Democratic Party V l1lAIli3AO- EAND PERSONAL LOCAL tr I J Miss Carrie Pate is in Louisville- P D Plank has gone to Pittsburgh Pa Miss Elizabeth Skillman Is in Louis vine Grape Fruit 5c each at T If 1Sawyer Dr Simons has returned home from Owensboro Charles Knight of Cannelton waSI here Sunday Edward Morrison is in Louisville visiting friends May Delineators the News ofllce also May Argosy Coleman Haswell of Hardlnsburg i was here Monday Mrs Nannie Ferry Is visiting Mrs Dawley in Louisville Mrs Foster Heyser Is ill at her home In the East End Mr and Mrs Sam Berry returiied home Sunday from Evansville Robt Jones has returned from a visit to his parents at Fairfield Misses McGldlhlan of Irvington have returned from Louisville New peas potatoes lettuce toma toes pine apples at T F Sawyer Mr and Mrs Ameil Oelze and Mrs Adams went to Louisville Monday David Murray Jr of Henderson was the guest of Miss Eva Plank Sun day Arch Frizzell was here from Can nelton Sunday the guest of Miss Iva Wine k If you want a sewing mfchine readI Penick Bros advertisement in this issue Senator and Mrs RW Owen o Lewisport returned from Louisville MondayMiss Goering has returned toi Hawesville after a visit to Missi Claudle Pate Miss Mamie DeHaven and Mrs Frank Payne have returned from Hardlnsburg Dr W M Casper Dentist at Lewis port Tuesday at Cloverport Wednesday ThursdayWilliam Penick returned from Martinsville Ind Monday very much improved in health Chas Crary of Middleport Ohio was here last week to see Mr and Mrs A H Murray Clint BrodiC of Jhenault was in town Wednesday enroute from Hard insburg to his home Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 215 Fourth treat both phones Owensboro Ky Jasper and Chris Neubauer were 4here from Owensboro Saturday and Sunday the guest of their father Early Jersey Wakefield cabbage j How To Gain Flesh Persons have been known to gaina pound dayby taking an ounce of Scotts Emulsion It isstrange but it often happens producesthe the digestive machinery going properly so that the patient is able to digest and absorb his ordinary food which he could not do before and that is the way the gain is made A certain amount of flesh is necessary for health if you have not got it you can get it I by takingSCOTTS I EMULSION Send this advertisement together with name of paper In which It appears yburaddress and lour cents to cover pottue and we will tend you a Complete Bandy Atlas of the World SCOTT A BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York Q f JJt Ji f J u tl plants for sale at the News olllce l Iirost proof guaranteed the best Mr and Mrs Chas Mattlngly gave an all day dinner party at their hos pitable home on the pike Sunday Mrs Benson of Chicago and Miss Virginia Hljlarrived here this week from Evansvllle to visit their parents by1lrsyouIIwantWilliam McCoy left Saturday for his home in Indianapolis after spend lug several months here with rela lives The members of the Mlzpah Society received informally at the home of Misses Eva and Edith Plank Friday afternoonMrs Pierce was home from Louisville Sunday She was accom panied by her son Wallace Pierce oft Lexington fMr and Mrs James Younger and little daughter Eudora have been MbGlothanatThos H Chancellor of Tar Fork was in Louisville last week Ways he enjoyed the Exposition and was well paid for his trip Mrs John Ridge and son Vernon Gault returned Sunday night from Louisville after a visit of several weeks there with relatives Miss Price is proving to be a most satisfactory trimmer atthe Millinery store of MrSlames Cordrey Let her design new spring hat Mr and Mrs H H Lewis came from Louisville Monday to spend a few days of their honeymoon with Mr and Mrs T B Henderson at Webster Dr Bush Cloverport 1st 2nd and 3rd Mondays and Tuesdays Hard insburp 4th Monday 3 days Irving- ton Thurclay and Friday following 4th Monday Miss Martha Miller entertained a number of her girl friends Saturday afternoon in a most delightful way at the home of Mr and Mrs Edward Oglesby Godfrey Ball of Hepklnsville was visiting his sister Mrs Wm Tinlus at Holt Sunday He went from there to Frankfort to visit his brother Sherman The Girls Club met at the home of of Miss Jennie Mabel Harris Wednes day afternoon There will be no meetings of the Club during the Methodist revival Exquisitely trimmed hats at Mrs Polks millinery store All the shapes I putIW H Tompkins of Richardsons Landing was here Sunday He says the Cement works at Kosmosdale are running on full time and have a full force of men employed Kimbley Martin who for several months has held a position with the Home Bakery resigned Saturday and went to Owensboro where he will spend the summer with his parents Clyde Sanders left this week for Chicago to accept a position in a printing ofllce Mr Sanders has forfseveral months and it is with regret that the olflce force sees him leave After May 1 1 will close my store at seven p m instead of eight ex Copt Saturday open until ten p m as we have so much heavy stuff to handle and long hot summer hours are too much for us Respt Julian H Brown Mens suits from 150 up our own custom made suits we sold at 1250 1600 and 1800 will goat 960 to 1260 at W Schopps Stephensport Ky KIRK Farmers are busy getting ready to lane corn daughterMiss ned home from a visit at Hardinsburg and Kirk The young forts enjoyed a dance at LightAllMr and Mrs A P King of Holt have returned home after a weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Frank Mc Gary Tom Ryan who hoe been down at McQuady running a steam drilland getting out rock for the new Catholic church got through Saturday and returned home Mrs R M Crenshaw and daughter Miss Agnes and Mrs Thomas Ryan JamesCrenshawMrs Joe Beavm entertatned on Bis ter Sunday in a very pleasing manner in honor of her mother Mrs R M Cren shaw and sister Miss Agnes The following guests were present Mrs Sam Fenn and children of Hordtnsburg Mrs R E Scroggins and son Melvin of Kirk Mr Thomas Crenshaw Mis Tom Ryan and daughters Maggie and Pauline and Miss Katie Moore of Fordsville The youngsters enjoyed n rabbit hunt in the afternoon IIENDERSON ROUTEONOTES I Reduced Rates To louisville 300 to Louisville and return from Cloverport April 12 15 17 10 22 and 24 Good to return April 20 on account of Southern Electrical and Industrial Exposition 300 Roundfrlp Cloverport Louis vllle and return May 10 Jl 12 and 13 Good to return May 22 on account of Southern Baptist Convention ii 57 it rr ti1K i w- w 1Ce HOWESGREAT At Cloverpo- rtWednesday April 28 1909 The show this year is bigger and better and in a more commanding position than ever before to main tain their unrivaled standing and rank and to amaze and delight their thousands of patrons Many Entirely New and Exclusive Features A Few of The Many Features You Will See Marion Sheridan and her Troupe of Performing Lions Professor Buckleys Herd of Performing Elephants Including DUTCHESS the largest Elephant in the World Rosedale the Beautiful 10000 Kentucky Horse Jake Largest Gorilla Ever Exhibited in America Ho is 5 feet 10 inches in height and weighs 150 pounds has tremendous strength marvelous agility and Ins powerful arms are a wonder to behold A Truly Wonderful Display of Trained Animals 400 People 250 Horses Ponies 20 Funny Clowns PROF WHEELERS MILITARY BAND An Endless Program of Startling Amazing Events THE KING OF BEASTSAiHIS FAMILY THE 3 BABIES BORN IN MENAGERIE JULYI8VI907I Ttle SCENE 4UO WITt1TT1115t5NOW- The Flower and Pick of Feature Performers from all Nations in a Program Extant startling struggles and ludicrous revelries carrying the 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Mather of Hardinshurg in crossing a swollen stream enroute from McDauiels gtheysaving their horse hue lost their buggy lJ ii 11 4- ff I F n J 4d ll I IITUEr I PLAINS r iKEATEST HUNT BY BUFFALO BILL FROM TRUE TAMES OF TilE PUAINcCp- YRIOHt190anYWZWAM F CORY I I im PEAKING of General Custer S reminds mo of an intornntloii nl episode resulting from the friendship exhibited by Russia to the government of the United State during the civil war the courtesies shown to the young Grand Duke Alexis Among the events arranged In the programme was his visit to flit far west to hunt for big game The whole affair was under the direction of General Phil Sheridan and Custer from his youth distinction and suita bility was particularly selected to chaperon and have charge of the grand duke mid at the same time show him the horsemanship and admirable qual tics of tIle American army ofUcer I had been ordered by General Sheridan to take charge of the matter and Imvo everything in readiness for the grand duke and a large number of noblemen nnd officers of his staff I had located a camp sixty miles from North Platt on tho Red Willow In the heart of the buffalo country Lieutenant E M Hayes now brigadier general retired n dashing soldier more familiarly known as General Jack Hayes was assigned the duty of arranging time ma terlal and equipping the camp There was no limit to the efforts to provide every luxury and comfort that lavish expense could procure Provisions wines etc of the finest had been freighted In from Chicago touts for the royal guests were beautifully fur nlshed with carpets rugs robes and WIth a stove In each tent It certainly was a most beautiful camp named Camp Alexis nuij Lieutenant Hayes must have been inspired by some of the oriental tales of kingly camps In days ol old and tried to go It one better Runners had been sent out nnd conferences lied beckJiojd arrang 4ngfor amt assured peace meeting with Spotted TQ 11 anti other powerful chiefs 7Wheal uut gTv dlinaEcbesfhe t I quolo from the day to the press from the Now York Hcr old relative to the same Some forty odd superior wall tents were properly equipped for the guests wvtonc 1fho arrangements of the camp In brtctcr he con1plct w9t12lmfp Ilyy3 when trifffcmow and wild see y tfon f1H couutfy hil Considered Besides tile cavalry escort there were two mounted companies to guard safe ly the Imperial tourists ana sportsmen trom the wratlf and revenge of the nu melons dog soldiers Indians under Chief Whistler The chances are how ever that the reds will unite In render Ing tho dukes visit one of pleasure rather than ono of fear or harm Sher idan and Buffalo Bill have persuaded them to such a course and further more to procure their good behavior the general has brought out thirty wagon loads of provisions which ho has promised to distribute impartially among the red men at the end of time hunt if they restrain themselves from any violence These presents e such result This perhaps may nssureII jyyareaeerJ Blll this Is the oraiid duke eldcrcd a questlonablo way to secure a foreign guest from scalping or murder In time United States but when it is known that tho Indians are armed and outnumber the soldiers ten to one it will be admitted that Sheridans tlcklu me and I will tickle you policy is time only safe one to pursue From 1500 to WOO Indians arc expected Tho arrival In Noth Platto is thus described in dispatches of Jan 31372 The duke alighted from the trail the natives of the little station formed in line along tho platform nnd almost involuntarily simultaneously removal their hats in honor of the distinguished visitor Little Phil was master of ceremonies and he was bound that not a moment should bo lost in starting for tho camp sixty miles distant Ho ar ranged with Buffalo Bill to be on band and nct as guide and tho re nowned scout was promptly ontlmp IandI in all his element Ho was seated I on a spanking charger and with hIs long hair and spangled buckskin suit appeared as the feared and beloved by all for miles around White men and Barbarous Indians are alike moved by his pcscncciibhi of theta daring to do aught in won or deed contrary to his rules of law and civilization After ducal party had alighted General Sheridan beck oned the famous scout to approach He advanced carelessly yet respect fully Your highness said the general this Is Mr Cody otherwise and universally known as Buffalo Bill Bill this is tho grand duke I am glad to see you said the hero of tho plains You have come out here so time general tells me to shoo some buffaloes II Yes answered Alexis and I hope to havo a good fine time I heard of you before and I am glad to meet YO here II Thank you thank you said Bill with a smile as honest as that of a maiden If the weather holds good well have one of the finest hunts that there ever was on the continent Buffalo Bill is tho famous western scout employed by Sheridan for Indian service nnd one who is efficient and reliable Bill is about thirty yearn of age is about six feet in height and with other proportions he has a pleas ing face and line address and would have been prominent in other walks of life had not clrcumsstancM made him fam6usTTs r csfcHriiuiuer Tho tales that are told of Buffalo Bills hunting experiences since he was old enough to ride a horsefor Bill was born and brought up on the pains are truly wonderful to hear related as ihcyarojiround our blazing campflres audTn the presence of nit yi tote unijiiiiiuuiiii of frontier life Ullo1ltiae plains 13111 was dressed Ir a buckskin suit of trimmed fur and jyore n bjack slouch hat hls long hair hanging in ringlets down his shoulders tIe dashed from the railroad sta tion ho was closely follower fry tlloIII grand duke lnaii jjen Cone S Uwni drawn by foflrpoVferrul nofs55 wlilcn j cnrrtcd the distinguished representa I tivet i6T1i Vo powerful nations escorted by the cavalry at u fearful rate of j speed over the rugged prairie J Of course there was a glorious time in campIn fact high Jinks as farI as the natural military discipline nilI dignified and courteous qualities and manners governing both guests mid hosts permitted After a day of rest following the sixty mile ride and a night of social exchanges my scouts and Indian allies reported the presence of Iiherd of buffaloes We gave a first run in which General Ouster thyself am many officers gave an exhibition to nUli guests of the manner and method ofi hunting buffaloes showing and explain ing the necessity of trained horses used i to the Job and the method of shooting either through time loins or under the heart The grand duke eventually mounted probably the best buffalo hunting horse that ever lived Buckskin Joe and soon adapted himself to the sport General Custer especially gave n magnificent exhibition of skill dash and expertness lie and myself accompanied the grand duke and the latter acquitted himself splendidly We cut out eventually two or three of the finest horned buffaloes colossal In size which he brought down The magnificent heads I secured sent them by express to Chicago to the taxlder mist and they now ornament the royal castles In St Petersburg During th hunt elk antelope deer and coyote heads were treated in the same way and sent home as trophies Photo graphs were taken of the camp and some of the scenes and It is to be re gretted that photography had not been sufficiently perfected then to get what would be a sensational connection of tho men the horses the buffaloes and the guns in action But the grand battue or roundup was reserved for the last which was an Indian hunt for buffaloes Camp scenes and Indian war dances powwows and feasts proved of interest to the royal guests who expressed delight at all they saw Gen oral Custer gave some practical mili tary drills and evolutions as accom panying exhibits and in the social education they received practical in structions as well in tile game or pokerBut of the Indian roundup of buffaloes I might say that such a picturesque as semblage such natural conditions when nature furnished in its primitiveness tho striking adjunct of an Il limitable hunting ground and innumer able varieties of big game magnificent savage allies in all the rainbow bril liancy of their native garb and fantastic adornment mingled with the flower of the veteran cavalry of Uncle Sam commanded by General Phil Sheridan General E O C Ord commander of tho department of tho Platte with the gallant Custer Colonel Mike Sheridan the Forsyths Assistant Surgeon M1 V Ash Major Sweitzer Colonel Palm er and Lieutenant Hayes a brilliant array of famed officers and the gor geously accoutered foreign officials admirals and generals and a detachment of the flower of our army made I ft pageant so spirited as to linger in memory as a steno In every respect t r unique boyond compare up to date andl one well nigh impossible In the future to duplicate I had located an limncutm herd of buffaloes and all arrangements were complete the blanket was wav ed three times and off the outfit start ed at daylight The Indians were painted in a variety of colors had dis carded all their artistic adornments different colored ornaments Jewelry feathers and other apparel and looked like real children of nature almost In Adams costume only a breechclout around their loins moccasins on their feet no saddle no bridle the ponies with only a thin leather hackamorc between their teeth some with only light bow and arrows others with their rifle revolver ammunition no unnec essary weight so that they could ride like lightning They even spared their horses and walked most of time time but with such speed thjit it kept everyone hopping to go the pace This llclL kept up until the herd was In sight A council was held and the calumet was passed around and everything was ready while every Indian mounted his horse which seemed more ex With time roar of Niagara the Indiana dashed on their prey cited UmiYTilH ride About200 W1ejj nTThejJrout line 150 In the second line j nficTlOC composed the rear The cllefsII were In the front snapping their whips in the air and holding the riders together with the ponies foaming prancI ing and stamping their feet impatient as ttheir masters each seeming to form one soul and one body centaurs nil waiting for the signal all with one feeling one desire to gain as mutiny laurels ns possible when the chief suddenly I gave the signal to go ThundeB t and lightning What a tornado I What a storm of horsemen ns with Impetuosity these nomads dashed on their prey With the roar of Niagara the speed of a cyclone the swiftness of an avalanche these strange figures threw themselves In a mad wild rush bn their fleeing victims and soon in the midst of the dust cloud one could only see an Indescribable mlxup of flying arrows accompanied with rllle shots galloping horses falling buffa loes and fleet riding Indians on their wild potties It was a confusion in one sense and regulated action in another forming almost a delirium of delight to the huntsmen Some went flying from one end of the prairie to the other after stragglers while the mnluI guard formed in such a manner ns to make the buffaloes circle The signal to halt was given and as tho dust cloud rose little by little lIko a curtain in the theater the horses were seen at a standstill and the prairie was strewn with the buffaloes that fell Calm anti practical fellows were these Indians Even the horses began quietly pasturing on the grasses while the hunters proceeded to pull off the hides and cut out the tongues and favorite pieces of their native cattle and preparing the meat in strips for preservation During the progress of the hunt the grand duke expressed a desire to have a test made as to the use of tho bow and arrow of the Indians Two Lance with a reputation as a buffalo hunting chief was selected for the purpose While riding at full speed ho shot an arrow from his bow which pierced a buffalo clean through from side to side The grand 1 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of 3 eggs beaten stiff Flavor to taste Cook rest of syrup until its hard when dropped in water then pour into egss and beat until stiff Add as many nuts as you like then pour in to buttered box Let it cool before you cut it up into squares s Good Reason Why The Woman Hater Can you ex plain why It Is that a woman hardly over thanks a man for giving her his seat In a street car The Man Hater Easily sirI Its because she hardly over gets the chance Brooklyn Life I Up Before The Bar N H Brown an attorney of Pitts field Vt write9Wo have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for years und find them such a good family medicine we wouldnt be without them For chills constipation biliousness or sick headache they work wonders 25c at Severs Drug Store Mixed Ownership- A countryman having been summoned to appear before the magistrate for not having a sign on his cart was In due course brought before him The magistrate asked him If ho had anything to say for himself and bo replied that ho had a difficult question to ask which he could not solve him self The question is this lhe said The wheels of the cart belonged to John the miller and the body of the cart belongs to tho vicar and tho bag of old bones weaning the horse belongs to mo Now gentlemen If you can tell me what name I can put on It I will have It done Immediately He was let off London Answers CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children till Kind You Hays Always Bought nears the dllttUeof r 1 ANCIENT ROME It Could Not Compare In Splendor With Some Modern Capitals Rome even In the times of Its great est splendor was poor In comparison I with the modern world Even In the i second century after Christ when It stood us metropolis at the hcrid of an smnllerIlessa ten Some sumptuous public edifices beautiful private housesthat Is all the splendor of the metropolis of the empireMoreover the palaces of the Caesars on time Palatine are a grandiose ruin that stirs the artist and makes tho philosopher think but If one sets himself to measure them to conjecture from the remains time proportions of tho entire edifices he does not conjure up buildings that rival large modern construction The palace of Tiberius for example rose above a street only two meters wide less than seven feet an alley like those where today In Italian cities live only the most miser able Inhabitants We have pictured to ourselves the Imperial banquets of ancient Rome as functions of unheard of splendor If Nero or Elagabalus could came to life and see the dining room of a great hotel In Paris or New York resplendent with light with crystal with silver he would admire It as far more beautiful than the halls In which ho gave his Imperial feasts Think how poor wero the ancients In artificial light They had few wines they knew neither tea nor coffee nor cocoa neither tobacco nor the in numerable liqueurs of which we mako use In face of our habits they wero always Spartan even when they wast ed because they lacked the means to squander Gugllelmo Fcrrero In Put nams Children especially like Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup as it taste nearly as good as maple sugar It not only heals Irritation and allays inflammation thereby stopping the cough but it also moves the bowels gently and in that way drives the cold from the sys tem It contains no opiates Sold by All Druggists Almost Got It Is there any difference In time mean Ing of the words nautical and ma rifle naked Mr Malaprop Not much replied Mrs Malaprop One Is a cinnamon of the other Chicago RecordHerald More Dope From Hancock Several Cloverport citizens have been in town the past week or so and we were astonished to find the amount off encouragement they are lending to the scheme to have the boundary line be tween Hancock and Breckenridge count ies reestablished so as to include Clover port in the former county They insiste that there is no joke about the matter and that a very large number of the best citizens of Cloverport actually de sire the change Hawesville Clarion Subscribe Today HOW ONE MAN SOLD HIS FARM A Minnesota Farmer success fully tries new longdis tance plan of selling FOURTEEN MEN IN SIX DIFFER ENT STATES WANT HIS PLACE Makes sale without aid of real estate agent and doesnt pay a cent commission Cnss Co Minnesota Special Correspond IntenselyIntorostedneighbors Mr H St John who owned a farm In ass COU1ty lisa succeeded In Sflllnilit nt his own prico without tho hemp of n ageni and without paying a cent In commission He could tmvo sold tho farm fourteen times over as ho had that number of men after It In the cout so of a conversation with your correspondent Mr St John said Yes I sold my farm without any troubles antI for tho benefit of others who desire to sell I dont mind telling you just how it happened I had tried all tho usual methods of selling that Is tnroulhlocalhope of being able to sell when I happened to come across tho advertisement of a concern i known as Leonard Darby shire Incorporated of Rochester N Ywho make a business of find- Ing buyers for anything ono wants to sell I wrote to theso people for their plan and I received a letter from Mr Derbyshire the Presl dent of the Corporation together wltn R copy ol uptoIlatoother Their plan looked good to mo and I sent musthaofourteenlettersthese letters came from Iowa Illinois Missis sippi Wisconsin and Nebraska and otherStatcs outside of Minnesota You cnn Imagine that with such a demand I had no trouble In making n sale and I sold my farm to a man In Iowa at my own price and whats more to tho point 1 anyoneIeoncorn anti I urn dOlllhted with the treatment they gave tue lhey did overy thing for no that they agreed to do and I never would have been ublo to sell so quickly without their assistance necausu it Is hard to sell through an agent and even If an agent does had a buyer LOU have to pay a largo amount In commission Ilio system orllnntedbyheard of and ha seems to bo able to find buyers for all kinds of properties no matter where they are located farniwustuuLeonardDarbyshirebooklet tells of a new and successful method of finding buyers for Irms and real estate busi ness proPerties automobiles patents andn fact issulag not accept a penny IB commission on sales made by their assistance Their plan of cutting out the real estate agents has met with remarkable suess and owners throughout tho country ire opportunityto whofnUtlkl11cdthoIt is said that Mr Leonard Darbyshlro the president of this concern Is doing moro to assist property owners to sell than nil tho real estate wishItI p cnnldUq wen to H to Leonard Dnrby shire reSlde1tlPoPt lOIl Rochester N Y forfiv uviviplalnmg his now method of sidling u a These Bad Pains which give you such exquisite suffering every month arc caused ai you know by female trouble RcHef seldom or never comel of Itself It Is necessary to cure the cause In order to stop the pains and this can only be dons II you will take a specific female remedy that acts directly on the womanly organs WINE OF CARDUIWOMANS Cardul did wonders for me writes Mrs II C Larson of Olds la I had female trouble for 8 years I had displacement which increased my suffering the doctor could only relieve me at times hardlyknowI when it ends At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE symptoms COrClu1ttnnooga MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL The second biennial May Music Fes tival to be held in Louisville May 6 7 and 8 at the First Regiment Armory will give to the South the greatest musical event which it has ever enjoyed A greater numbar of artists of interna tional fame has been engaged than ever before and the scope of the festival is of larger magnitude thap anything hitherto undertaken It has been an nounced nevertheless that prices for the festival will be lower than beforeso that the attendance is expected to break records You should not delay under any circumstances in cases of Kidney and Bladder trouble You should take some thing 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 Brecklnridge Circuit Court Ky W D Rowlings Plaintiff Equity Against No J C Bennett c Defendant J 3130 By vJrtue of a Judgement and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court rendered at FebruaryTerm thereof 1009 in the above cause for the sum of FiftyFour dollars 85400 with In terest at the rate of 0 per cent per annum from the 27th day of April 1009 until paid and all costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Hardinsburg to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 20th day of April 1009 at one oclock P M or there abut being County Court day upon a credit six and twelve months the following described property towit Two tracts of lmd in the county of Breckinridge State of Kentucky on or near the waters of Helm Spring Branch Beginning at a beech and I white oak corner to A McCoys tract N 72 W poles to a spring corner to a tract of land conveyed by A Clay comb to G McCubbins also corner to Milner and wife to John Shumaker thence with Shumaker line to two beeches A McCoys corner S 20 E 189 poles to the beginning the same tract conveyed by Milner and wife Second tract conveyed by Gov Charles 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 McCujbinsp in his line to include orchard to Mil ners line and Helm line supposed to contain 15 acres more or less record ed in Deed Book No 47 at page 377 or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchas er with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal in terest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgement Leiu 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 NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish obitu aries free All newspapers of any con sequence charge for such matter We gladly publish accounts of death im mediately after they qccur Editor op TCaJAtli ilie Kind Iou hate M8iItN =I 0 y fiI k If lSSSSiSSSSlUSppep w W CashlcrtrThe Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited S 4 n r = = ==B PIERCE Proprietor lI iliIIf I General Commission Merchants Ii Jjy Streetjij m mlOUISVlllE KENTUCKY m Strictly A Commission Business All Kinds of Country Produce W r OKLAHOMA If you are coming to OKLAHOMA write or see me I have Coal Timber and Agricultural Lands and Town Lots FRED B EICHLING ATTORNEY AT LAW 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Louisville Ky ITO ft SPECIAL PRICETHEEVEmNQPOST WITH THIS PAPER I Six Months 250 12 Months 350 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY i Honey Sweets Cakes and candles with n flavor and delicacy all their own may bo rondo with honey as the principal Ingre- dIent Hero are recipes for some of themHoney NougatPut a pound each of strained honey and white sug ar Into a saucepan over a slow fire Cook until brittle when dropped In cold water Beat the whites of three eggs to a stiff froth and whip into the honey mixture As It begins to cool add a little extract preferably lemon or orange or better still the fruit juice and a pound and a half of aIm onds blanched and broken Into small pieces Mix thoroughly and spread on oiled paper When cold cut Into strips or bars Cream CandyInto a granite saucepan put onehalf pound of sugar one cupful of strained honey onehalf cupful of thick sweet cream and a dqssertspoonful of cold water Stir together and set aside for an hour Then place over a moderately hot fire and cook until quite Pour Into buttered plates and when It Is cool enough to handle pull and break Into plocea Subscribe Now u I Tue most centrally located and only making aOOrate Only one block from ipal district from Street pass door parts of clean m COPY SPLENDID alone worth Governors Porto Rico World Atlas Flags from Committees when from Lakes Rico price better today half Honey well stiff I 1 Augustus E Wlllson Words To Freeze TheSoul Yourson has Consumption His case is hopeless These appalling words were spoken to Geo E Blevensa leading merchant of Springfield N C by two expert doctorsone a lung specla list Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr Kings INew Discovery after three weeks use writes Mr Elevens he was as well as ever 1 would not take all the money in the world for what it did for my boy In fallable for coughs and colds its the LungdiseasesGuarantee satisfaction Trial bottle free Severs Drug Store Pats Deficiencies Mrs McCarthys husband went out In a boat alone The boat overturned and he was drowned A friend met her some weeks later I hear said ho that Pat left yotw very well off that he left you 90 000True said Mrs McCarthy he did How was that asked her friend Tat could not read or write c011ldc he No said Mrs McCarthy Yno awlmNew York Prew itl- c i n w 11 Travelers ANNUAL J MEETINGII IASI1EVILLE N C I 1May 31 = June 51909 I k I Southern Railwayi- s I I AshevilleIthe shortest line to IVery Ilow rates will be authorized open to the public Take this rta opportunity of going to Asheville and visiting the beautiful mountain aous section of Western North Carolina 111 a Ask any Southern Railway Ticket Agent for fare and schedules 8- 1tj or write uie I J C BEAM Jr A G P A IST LOUIS MO Ir- lI UR atIIiflII BallJll LOST BROTHER FOUND Taken Away By Father Thirty Three Years AgoMrs Breid enbach Knows urn By Mutilated Finger WAS FARM HAND IN INDIANA- n 1876 Jacob Sauer then n resident of Cloverport a widower and father of five children took his youngest son Louis then six years old away from home and for thirty three years other members of the family as well as law yers who were settling a valuable estate tried in vain to locate the boy No trace of him could ever be found Monday afternoon two men called at the residence of E H Breidenbach superintendent of the municipal electric end water plants After conversing with Mrs Briedeubacb for a few minutes one of them said Mrs Breidenbach have you ever found out anything about your brother Louis No replied Mrs Breidenbach 11 have given up all hope of ever learning what became of himits been so long The visitor did not think it was time to give up hope and after some further conversation said Mrs Breidenbach this gentleman with me is your brother Louis Mrs Breidenbach was unab e to recognize him as the brother who Had been taken away from home so long ago but she caused him to remove his hat and found a birthmark on the left side of his forehead that corresponded to that on her brothers forehead Now let me see your right hand she said The hand was raised and showed the front finger gone to the sec ond joint All his life Louis Sauer hadI carried that stump of a finger remem beting nothing of the accident that mu tilated it Your brother chopped it off with a hatchet at play when you wore two or three years old his sister told him There could be no further doubt about the ideutity and Mrs Breidenbach was glad in having found I the brother she had nevcr hoped to see t And the merest sort of accident was the cause of his being discovered A t few days ago a railroad conductor was eating a lunch in the restaurant of J B Duncan in Evansville MrsI Duncan was serving the lunch and talked with the railroad man while hate e Incidentally she mentioned the fact that she was before her marriage Miss Sauer IfI wonder said the railroad man if you are related to Louis Sautr out here in the country He and I worked together on a farm when we were boy but he never know of any relatives if he had any Mrs Duncan informed the railroad man that an uncle of hers named Louis Sauer had disappeared when he was six years old and had never been heard of since There is a pretty big sum of money coming to him if he is alive The railroad matt lost no time in communi cating with the friend of his boyhood who tame to town and called on Mrs Duncan who sent him to Oweusboro to see Mrs Breidenbach Mrs Breiden bach was fourteen years of ago when the boy was taken away The story as it has been gathered bit by bit Is that Jacob Sauer bound his little son to a farmer living twelve or fifteen miles from Evansville A few years later Jacob Sauer died and1 Louis Sauer never knew anything of his people or where he had lived before being bound out to Mr Smith He wen to school and acquired a fair education In the common branches He continuedI to work as a farm hand and was work ing for 12 a month and his board when his conductor friend told him about the conversation with Mrs Duncan I spite of the smallness of his wages he had saved between 400 and 500 Six years ago Fred Walters a brother of Mrs Jacob Sauer died at Clover port leaving a considerable estate Of this estate 3000 was left in trust for Louis Sauer with the stipulation that iif he was not found in ten years the amount should be divided among the benificiaries of the will David Murray of Cloverport was attorney for the trust and made every effort to locate Louis Sauer advertising in the Louis ville Cininuati Evansville and St Louis papers He received numerous re sponses but all of them were clearly humbugs A aotion is pending before the Kentucky court of appeals and would have been decided at the June t term to distribute the legacy of Lonis I Sauer among the other heirs But for the chance conversation In the Evans villa restaurant his inheritance would have been distributed Louis Sauer In nov thirtynine years old life legacy with accumulated in terest for six years together with hie savings of about 50C will give him working capital of about 3200 He will probably not continue his work as a farm hand Mr Sauer and Mrs Breidenbach went to Cloverport Wednesday to see the old borne and to meet the relatives still living there Mrs Chas My of Cloverport is nn aunt John Sauer of Hancock county is a brother On their return to Oweusboro Mr Sauer and Mrs Briedenbach will stop off at Hawesvillo for a visit with John Sauer and family Mrs Mattie Sauer of Evansville is a sisterinlawOwensb- oro Messenger Large lot of Childrens Boys Plisses and Ladies Shoes some cost as much as 250 will go for 25c to 68c pair at W J Schopps Stephensport Ky STEPHENSPORT a11IBs Marion Adair of Hawesville and Mrs J N Alsop of Owensboro were guests of Mr and Mrs John Adair a few days last week frosmI Louisville with a nice line of hats Miss Corinne Conn has returned toI Bowling Green after spending a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs Pike Conn Silas Carr the little son of Mr and Mrs S C Connor has been quite ill but we are glad to say is very much Im proved at this writing Miss Nannie Hall of Union Star is the guert of her aunt Mrs R A Smith Mrs McGehee of IryingUn is then guest of herisister Mrs K S Skillman Mrs DjKvr L Milner and little daughter Virginia of Union Star were in town Saturday William Petitt and daughter Miss Elizabeth have returned from Union town where theyspent the winter Johnnie Walls is able to be out again after a severe attack of rheumatism- t Mrs Georgia Sargent entertained Friday evening in honor of Miss Marion Adair of Hawesville singsIMrs Grover Severs of Cripple Creek ConnnFridayMrs Nancy Dowell is able to sit up after several weeks illness Miss Ida Dutschke of Holt was the guest of Miss Esther Payne one day last week Phillip Petitt of Rome launched his gasoline boat last week Mrs R A Smith has returned home from Hardinsburg 3000 yards American apron Gingham at 5c at W J Schopps Stephens port Ky Stops itching instantly Cures piles eczema salt rheum tetter itch hives herpes scabiesDoans Ointment At any drug store I FAITHFUL HOUSEWIVES OF TINE UNITED STAGE 1 Send Grateful Tributes to Dr Hartman t For Benefits Rereivori FrnihPerft ill1 S A vJK p MRS D O NOLAN jN iJMrsiffKasmore throat trouble thankst L JiltImedicine I care to havo 1 liil always fool safo when I have mi It In tho houseviPUtninetofnknow about it Peruna has helped me a groat many fdlf times and I shall praise It to JJt N WMEvertroduced to the public inIyears ago tho housowifo boon an over faithful friend toPornna She it is that has seen tho practical benefits of the use of Peruna in the familyWhen thobaby has snuffles or cold she gives a fewdosos ofPeruna instead atfill ing tho system with tho doctors drugs When tho school children have coughs or colds she again resorts to Pornna When any member of the family is afflicted with catarrh either In its acuto form or chronic Poruna is resorted to In a largo number of minor ailments sho finds Peruna a true household remedy All this has won tho confidence of tho kousewifo in peruna which cannot bo easily shaken by tho statements of peoplo who know nothing of Pornna having nover had any personal oxperi ence in its use I T A CANNON DEAD Well Known in Breckenridge CountyHomeln Leitchfield Mr T A Cannon of this place died at his home Weduesdav morning at 2ls oclockof tuberculosis Mr Cannon had been ill for quite awhile and for several mouths had been unable to leave his room Therefore his death brings no surprise to those who were acquainted with his condition- He was 48 years of age and unmarried n stockholder iic the Leitchfield Mer candle Company and until sickness pre Pcruna Tablets Somu peoplo prefer to take tablets rather than to tako medicine in a fluid form Such pooplo can obtain Poruna tablets which represent tho solid mo dlclnal ingredients of Poruna Each tablet is equivalent to ono average doso of Poruna Mrs T J Ballard Pryor CrooleIlldlon- Territory writes I keep free from my old stomach troublo fool no catarrhal symptoms at all I am able to do my work oat and drink what Iwant and am re joiced to know that I found a sure cure in your valuablo medi cines 1 MRS AUGUSTA PAULINE OOHS Systemic Catarrh Mrs Augusta Pauline Ochs R t P D 2 North English Iowa writes I took Poruna over systomlocatarrh my right side so I could hardly do my housowbrk nowdoingtho best of health and cannot thank DrHartman enough for hia advice and medicine yented he worked for the same a clerk He was born in Breckinrldg- county near McDaniels but came to Leitchfield eighteen years ago and has resided here with his mother since that time He was a member of the Southern Methodist church an honest upright unassuming and deserving man and one of our very best citizens He leaves an aged mother Mrs Martha Cannon who is seventynine years of ago two brothers W So Cannon and R 0 Cannon and one sister Mrs C T Hunter all of this city The remains were laid to rest in the Thomas cemetery yesterday afternoon at 3 oclock Rev G W Hummel pastpr of the Southern Methodist church cond cted the funeral services Leitch field Gazette Dyspepsia and ConstlpatlsH Mrs John M Stabler MlllerflMrfi Ind writes I have been cured ofi J very bad case of catarrh of the etomaek 1 and constipation and a complication of ailments that I have had for MVwnpl fti years jj- I thrtledootcrsi1doctored with did mo not much goodso I quit doctoring I bought a bottle of Peruna atfd confmonccd taking it I found 1 wM getting somo bettor but thought I WM not doing as well as I might fJo1twrote to Dr Hartman to BOO what he thought about me JIo gave me speotaah directions and medical advice To our astonishment improved fcaAj I am today a woll woman and weigh wi much as I over did in my life liMy I old friends in Ohio where fmoved from aboutflf teen months agoV Ji say when thoy see mo How well youtt look I did not expect to ace you oyef 1 i look so woll again I toll thorn I would not P look so well ifit had not boon for tiuna Peruna saved my life I recommend 1 Peruna wherever I am and when any of our folks aro sick Igive them PeraMt with success- I t thank Dr Hartman and may he UTO many years moro to go on with the I IIthogratitudoII ing i fJI1 Poruna and Dr Hartman have done for irnoiAn ostonishingnumber off mU1eB nee I Poruna continuously for the various j potty ailments to which the family ifl liable 3 sCLIFTON MILLS Mr and Mrs John Wright sprnt Sun day with Mr and Mrs Loe Wright Rev J S J Braer went la Hawes ppointmentSaturday Mrs Jesse Carter Mrs Diana Harl and children spent Thursday with Mrs John Carter Mr and Mrs Sam Beauchamp spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs 1 J E J Beauchamp Mrs Lee Wright spent Saturday evening with Miss Ida Carter spentSunday i ter Miss Hazel Payne srent Sunday with Misses Lillie and Lena Beauchamp i Hewitt Payne was the guest of Miss Janie McCoy Sunday 1J r 1W vw IIN W n wu 1I VV AWf M dlI I IISee Alexander This Week for Bargains dlY I Ir+ e Ff p rJIJ r r1O 41 C M oso1VM r I rt rid9enlr 1r tr+ dW MV M Shoes HatsIndia Linen worth 15c at 12Jo Skirts at 498 worth 650IMenI s piece of White Lawn at 25e worth Skirts at 750 worth 1000 I 1 lot childrons low shoes sizes 8i 1 lot mens hats at 50 40o Do not fail to see these before youto 2 worth x125 sale price 75 1 lot worth 13Also a nice lino of mens and young G5cbuy thetoBig line of Embroideries from 60 tot newest things of the season at from11lot shoes worth 150 to 250 100 yard Nice line Ladies Muslin100 tox50 Stetson hats at 400 I sizes 2J to 4nt 100worth 500 Big line of Val laces at from 5o to 150underwear at the lowest priceAlso a big knit of tho latest and new yard insertion to match est Oxfords in patent leather oxbloods a and tans at tho lowest prices ClothingNice line of ladies neckwear Special Prices + Dont fail to see me for your Springand beltsMailings Carpets Suit as 1 can save you money on your Hoosier cotton 6c yard clothing All the latest and newest All Calicos 5c yard t yardMattings c warp22cMattings V carpet warp 1 15cMattings15c iiiIngrain carpets worth 40c nt 30 1 lot suits at 1550 worth 1750 8 cans Tomatoes 25ct J Ingrain carpets worth 50o at 35 Odd pants from 125 to 400 a pair Ladies Tailor made suits for spring 3 cans Kraut 25o from 1250 to 2000 Red Kidney Beans pound1 Ladies HatsWhite Goods and If you are going to buy a suit for Apricots 15c can d spring it will pay you to see me before Peaches 15o can See my ReadytoWear trimmed lad Embroideryyoubuy Best Head RIce 8 pounds 25c I ies hats as I can saga you I hig Money on readymade Skirts at 398 Full line of wall paper from 6c to 15c your hats India Linen worth 123c at 10e worth 500 per boltQnnYrer I MMr b+ = W I also handle a full line of Carhartt Overalls J Agent for Edison Phonographs and RecordseXaLlf d erJ IrVtngon Kyri fIJttItiWW dNtJl f4JNWVItNfIt MIt t MIUW I Ii u t a st f t1i I l