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N THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT = VOL XXXIH CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 28 1909 8 Pages NO 42 I ITWO DROWN I Peter Wilson And Clarence Rob inson Fishermen Lose Lives Near Kosmosdale tl 4 Ester Wilson aged thirtyeight years and Clarence Robinson aged thirty1 i fouryoars fishermen were drowned in- Cite Ohio river near Kosmosdale at 10 qclock Thursday morning They Started out to cross tho river to the Indiana side to run their fishing line t when the wind caused the water to be come rough and overturned the skiff Bothwore rubber boots and heavy clothes and sank after floundering t about for a fewminutes Squire White a fisherman and Har 4inApplegate a farmer saw the men the water and started to their aid in a skiff but the men sank for the last ry time before the rescuers could reach them Wilson was an excellent swim neli but Robinson was not Wilson and Robinson had been fish 4 ermen In the neighborhood of Kosmos Male for two years Both were married Wilson is survived by his widow Robins fc leaves a widow and six children Both men were members of the Kosmos dale Lodge Of Modern Wooden and th organization offered a reward of 15 each for the recovery of the bodies Wilson wore a Masonic emblem on his coat and Robinson wore a Woodmen 1eiublemLouisville Times What time will the clock stop THE CIRCUS HAS i COME TO TOWN Howes Wonderful London Shows r Pitch TheirTents In Cloverprort Folks Get Up Early To See Show Men Unload Trains 4 And Have Lots Of R Fun With Them v e GREAT CROWDS IS EXPECTED Brass Bands PeanutsIr Clowns Caged Lions Red Lemonades Il Green Balloons Monkeys all kinds have hit Clover port wlth the circus today Early this morning the long show train pulled Iin the City and were unloaded in the c tBreckenrldge addition where the show lmen pitched their tents In a hurry A I1large crowd of small boys were on the grQundsto welcome them and within ay short whiles bunch of girls from uptown wee on the scene eagerly watching fori KateDooley the circus beauty About a y jnjne oclock Miss Dooley slipped from her private car and went to the big tent V where a good looking man met her at lW the entrance The girls forgot Rat rlhenand the next time they saw her bjjie was in Mrs Polks store buying a ttibhat Emma La Low Queen of the high wires tripped over toa trio of boys and asked where is Ed Alexanders store pltched1 The boys were scared to dkathuiid said lIar Unsbtirg but they meantIrvtngton She passed on and j liwt as she darted Into a side show she f ewldsstoa man from Noltes store that was down there trying to wiUihe show people butter and eggs jt One little ragamuffin that evident jy belonged to the show came In the nk of Cloverport crying and said was looking for Sawyers store vvhereo Mamma was atJ tut when his itr ma was foUnd she was In Sever s Store buying face and lippaint jlttlel boy and his Mamma went to MHasa d jf JollysJfvlngfon E isEi1 hall the buelaess it J ridgei County One intelli Brackrr 1 rmtd ifclf Jj Bacons was the only storein L jnliylUe Tim Lion Trainer and the Elephant I e mostenthusiastc over i tordhtevebti ee andInquirradofa Ne U j Y i arus et and Irv ton wfi P from tlMjlace said they opted to oto Mhcrafts and Taylor i inters store bejpee they read their hitMNiiJtweek Of t04PQW1ffI I i 1 Iia theyX o 1r TAYLOR Can Come Home A Free Man Gov Wilson Issues Pardon To Long Fugitives From Kentucky s adv Willson Friday evening issued Taylorsandfugitives in the State of Indiana for nine years to John Powers brother of Caleb Powers who is believed to be In Honduras to Holland Whittaker of Butler county John Davis of Louis ville and Zach Steele of Bell county all underindictment for alleged complicity In the murder of Gov William Goebel in January 1900 What time will the clock sfop 1 DEMOCRATSDELIGHTED Friends of lion Ben Johnson In Cloverport Rejoice Over The News That He Wants to Be Governor JUST THE MAN THEY NEEDED When the word came from Washing ton that Hon Ben Johnson will make the race for Governor of Kentucky there was much rejoicing among tho Delegates of this City and for several days they have been talking the good news over continually Just who wore the prowI dest smUeTom Tousey or James Young er over the announcement could not be decided by the happy Democrats entail of them are more than pleased- It is said that Mr Johnson does not mean he has begun or expects to soon begin anything like a canvass for the important office mentioned for ho has other political plans to accomplish first In Washington Mr Johnsou is known as j1 the silent man who does things The Democratic lenders throughout the state are saying that Johnson is the man needed to redeem their party in Kentucky been reading u copy of the Brecken ridge news The afternoon performances will be gin at 2 and the night at 8 oclock EKRON Will Have a Nice New School Building Work of Erection Begins at Once V Contractor J K Bramlettc has just closed a nice contract with the citizen- of Ekron for a large two story school Building Mr Bramlette will employ from fifteen to twenty men and they will begin work about the first o dese1 on hands fora handsome residence in Hardinsburg Mrs Moremen III 7r At Brandenburg Mrs W Morqmen one of the best known and loved women of Meade County Is ill at her home nearBranden burg Dr and Mrs L B Moreman of Irvlngton were called to Jier bedside Saturday Marries Rich Word has been received that Miss Pearl Gregory of Frankfortand Mr W M Martin of Denver Col are married Miss Gregory is remembered here Mr Martin iis a multimilHoniare rSunday School Convention The District Sunday School Conven MagisterialsC Presbyterian church at Garfield May 29Programe will appear In next weeks Paper C 14 BmNGTON PressN SectwsGlasscocki Butler Mr Levi Butler son of John Butler and Miss Laura Glasscock went to Can I TheIl H Glasscpck of McDaniels Q i HARDINSBURG Judge Moorman was in LouisVille a few days last week Mrs E B Euglish of Owensboro visited her sister Mrs Marvin Beard several days of last week Gus Shellman is having a plated glass front put iu his store Two show win dows will also be added to better dis i play his growing variety of goods Joe Trent of Custer was in town SaturdaySheriff Finley Miller wont to Leitch field Friday to take Aruon Hook who was arrested here after having been in dicted by the Grayson county grand jury on the charge of forgery- H C Woosley of the U S Depart ment of Agriculture Bureau of Plant Industry with head quarters at Lex ington has beeu here for several days arranging to start an Agricultural Ex periment Station He has secured six acres of land from Taylor Beard at the depot upon which the work will be gin this year As the work grows the acres will be increased to twenty Uphon these twenty acres tests of and crop rotation will be made with a view to acquainting our farmers with the actual needs of Breckenridge county soils Mr Woosley has two other sta tions one in Christian county and one in Fayette One third of hU time will be spent here and the rest at the other two points News has been received here of the Nebraska State Legislatures purchasing the school property and equipment of the late Jas M Pile at Wayne Nebraska for 90000 Fred M Pile son of the founder of the school has leased the school plant for the next two years after which it will pass into the possess ion of the State for State Normal use Dr A M Kincheloe has a dog Teddy which as a doer of stunts re minds us of another illustrious Teddy Teds latest was to climb a sixteen foot ladder which leaned against the side of the house Unable to descend he setup a pitiful crying like unto a childs which brought a boy to his rescue Teddy and terra firma wont part company now- Commissioner Lee Walls mado three sales at the Court Hous6vdoor Monday Two tracts of land belonging to the Bennett heirs near Helm Spring Branch to J Finley Miller for 250 A threefifths interest in the old Harrison B West farm nearConatantne80 acres to Steve Whjtwoith for 100 Two tracts of the Shrewsberry land near Mc Quady to Ben T Miller for 1250 In the County court Monday a change In the road from Kingswood to Harned was granted as petitioned for by Rev J W Hughes and others The will of the late Joe Shorshell was admitted to probate Monday Charley T Miller of Cannelton Ind nephew of the deceased was made administra torStephensport will take a vote on the graded school proposition Owing to petsd e JulyCharley Durham is out again after illnessfPaul Compton and family were guests of Mr and Mrs M P Cjompton of Garfield Sunday County Road Supervisor Mike Mill er has appointed Magisterial District Supervisors Cloverport John Jennings Union Star Wni Gilbert Hudson Miles Drain Bewleyville Eugene Beauchnmp for n part of the district and Gilbert Kasey for the remainder Wash Robbins has the lower end of the sixth Hawkins Smith Saturday sold a pair of fine mules to the Road Committee for the Hardinsburg District Supt Pile is in Richmond a few days this week attending an educational meetingJ Edwards of Columbus has been employed as Principal of the High School which opens in September Mr Edwards who holds an A B Degree has been a student in the Chicago University and isbath a student and a teacher possessing a laudable ambition for n young man of twentysix John P Haswell was in Louisville last week SAD DEATH hHarry Conover Dies Near Cinci nnati Leaves A Young Wife Well Known Here Word was received here Thursday morning by Mrs Virge Babbage of the death of Mr Harry Conover who died at his home in Gosheu Ohio near Cincinnati herethaving visited in the City several time- with his wife who was Miss Grac Foote of Owensboro Mr Conover had been in ill health since Christmas and just a few ago he and Mrs Conover returned frc Hot Springs Ark where they had been thinking the place would help him The funeral was held at Cincinnatii Friday afternoon Miss Cecil Foote arrived there Wednesday to be with Dlr Conover who will return to Owensbo- with her soon Mrs Conovers Mr Ed Foot has come home from Tex as to be with his daughter for several days Judge Wills At The Jewish Hospital Judge and Mrs Wills and little Mb Gense Wills are in Louisville whet- Judge Wills went to consult a physician in regard to his health He is now at the Jewish Hospital for several wee treatment While his condition is not serious the doctors say it will be sometime before he will be entirely well Painting Their Home Mr and Mrs Joe Fitch are having their home on Second in West End Newly Painted and beautified Busy At Webster Mayor Harris has resigned his posi tion at the L H d St L shops in thisi city and is now devoting his time to b- rock y crusher at Webster Mr Harris is doing an extensive buslnessand goes back and forth from this city to the quary every day or two MISS FRONNIE DEAN One of the prettiest and most attractive young girls of Cloverport H pleasing and agreeable man cris winning for her manygood friends l q 1AtdiI1 17Bakin i Powder 4 +1 1Abs1utelyrFur I The only baking powder L made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar I os1J IRVINGTONS NEWSY LOCAL ITEMS Hundreds Moving To The Little CityMr Penick Will Build A New Residence On College Street PERSONAL NOTES OF INTEREST beesn rae turned home Mr F H McGehee spent the pasIweek at Stephensport with her sister rnMrs Dick ykiIluranIMrs D S Wilson and little left Tuesday for Oramore Oklahoma t u be the guest of his daughter for two veeks Mr Wilson will visit other 9points of interest on a prospecting tour Misses Eva and MabellMcGlothlan 0who have been visiting Miss Essie m Louisville for the past ten days have returned home Mrs Nannie J Wathen of Louisville was a visitor in town last week Brandenburga Hale Saturday Miss Annie Lee Bandy has returned ossfrom f BlancheClaycomb Mrs W J Piggott and daughter Miss Diksr and Mrs Julius Sippeland Mrs H HII Kemper were visitors in Louisville week Cora few daysshoppingI Jordan has kbeen visiting Mr and Mrs R S Bandy since Satur websItery from Elizabethtown after quite a long tar vvisit to relat vase =toMeGotblanjX oats for your Royal Fencing Mrs C S Neafus and children have returned from Guston where she was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs John Childs Mr Roscoe Pearson of Cecilian was a visitor in town Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs J 11 Herndon are moving from their country home to town this week and have rented the vacant cottage on Maple Ave We are glad to welcome them to our little city Mr Alford Hawes of Owensboro was the guest of Mr and Mrs Charlie Hawes last week Dont forget you can get the Royal wire Fencing at McGlothlan Piggottss- MoGlothlan Peggott have just re ceived a car load of fresh new field fenceDr and Mrs P E Dempster and children of Glendeane were visitors of Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons last week Mr Alex Dent of Louisville was the guest of Miss Mary Peyton Sun1nyii Buy the Royal wire Fencing Mrs Charlie Pemberton of Louisville r Is the guest of her sister Mrs Li B Henderson at Basin Springs this week r Mrs Bone Roberts left Saturday for Cloverport for an indefinite visit to her cousin Miss Maggie Carter Miss Bessie Foote of Bewtleyville spent a few days last week here visit ing Mrs Sue Jolly Mr A B Suter of Custer made a business trip to Louisville last Monday Miss Rebecca Childs of Ekron came Thursday to be the guest of her sister Miss Nannie Childs for a few daysI Mrs Adam Anspaugh of Rome Indian- who has been visiting his sister MraTi N McGlothlan left for her home Satur day Mr George Barkely of Stephensport BateTe Washington Mr and Mrs Alvin Withers of Kirk I PltJ were visitors of Mr and Mrs T A Bliythe for a few days last week Get prices on the Royal Fence Mrs Lawrence J Minish and little daughter Louise of Frankfort Ky arriv ed Friday to visit Mr and Mrs H H Kemper for a week Mrs Annie Ousley after being the guest of her aunt Mrs G J Marshall for a few weeks left for White Mills SaturdayMrs N McGlothlan spent Friday in Ekron the guest of her cousin Mrs Dock Frymire Mrs Perry Weaver and two children after a stay for a week visiting her par WashingtonleftMr C A Penick will erect in the near future a nice two story residence Iin the East end of town on College St Mr Penick has just hold his new home himselfuI leaveIsome time this week for Owensboro for an indefinite visit to relatives and friends returnedsfrom Owensboro where she spent a week the guest of Mr and Mrs Arthur Villiams MondayfromThe Rev J L Lewis eras sold his residence in this city to Lon Dowell Consideration 1600 The house Is now occupied by Mr and Mrs Kemper Miss Laura Hall has just receiveda complete line of beautiful summer hats Go to her if you want reasonable prices- It does not pay to go to Louisville to buy your Millinery Goods Call to see Miss Hale and she can till your orders with more satisfaction REVIVAL CONTINUES Rev Currie And Members Having A Good Revival At The Methodist Church The Methodist revival will continue through the week services every after noon at 230 and every night a 730 oclock The attendance is splendid but made up mostly of church mem bers The young people sing In the choh and have been most willing to help Rev Currie In every way Sunday night a collection of 13 was taken to pay for the new song books and aside from this there Is no other expenseThe Sunday School was unusually large Sunday and the scholars are still at work on the Red and Blue contest the latter being in the lead What time will the clock stop The Editors Day Cloverport to have a circus on next Wednesday on which occasion we confidently expect John Babbage to take a day off and bo foolishly extravagant with anickels worth of peanuts Hancock Clarion j Louisville Market Louisville April 26lIolI 71 cents Lambs 9 cents Veal calves 0 cents steersl136IEgiSJ Youngchickens Is to 20 cents Wool clear N unwashed medium 25 cents 28aand 32 cents Mr Kiels Mother Dead Chas Kiel was called to Wechaw kee N J Friday on account of the death oi his mother Mrs Christine IIDel U U I tAo I 0Q 101 I t 101 Q- o o BEST o 0 Q has the cream blend flavor Cream n- U HI II blend flour flour In buyingflour its fl n nestablishedj nn- u U because it has cream blend It is lBEST because it is a perfect flour 1111It is BEST because it has been weighed in the Balance and has always met the requirements in the 0best homes It is BEST because it is made of the choicest winter wheat and invarably makes the most delibiour and nurishing bread I rolls biscuits cakes pastries Etc nAsk your grocer for Lewisport Millsnj y BEST FLOUR Y El Elandhave no othej 1 1 Q FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING GROCERS Q Q LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY Q llliLEWISPORT KENTUCKY IfjJ II 101 II BOOII 10 11m RURAL TELEPHONES r11 fi ji iMr Farmer are you interested I If so call on tho k I Imanagerofthe Cumberland Telephone Telegraph T Company and have him explain the special Far Y 1 5 mors Lino rntoWI CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY1 I Incorporated Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees I If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of tho following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write usat once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for We recommend tho following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business II you want cash for your property send price and description at once and 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 snJesI Jno D Babbaae Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand storehouse 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 railroid station on the brmch Here is a fine opportunity for a mm with a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE CJoverport Ky C7 950ml cros on IJurdlostwrif toad + tt Pinlcluff road S miles from Sample I IUlprOvollol1l1t1iltlVO onestory iwliinj house and MH UH nitli IIIOpJIll nocotuiirv outhomos iii Iiro under cultivation and pasture 2 iicnsin tliitiur white ouk lunch ouk hooch slzo IMonty of watsrnthetyunrion Onothlrd cash and Miud nusv terms on balance 6001 ucrBs situated IIH nillus from p If olusGnbe IHnrin Ridge Intul I In goad bui u Kood foucluB ono good dwel iiu house 3 rooui 1 food cistern 1 burn 3ncldfout 1 nttvurftililnKKprlur two ponds this IIn goal tobacco wheat and corn land 20 MTB In timber white ulc sugar troll und ic fill balance cleared Plenty of good trul- trod roa to Httphulsport 2 4 miles and good r tad to Uol 1W miles Tills harm is not worn out It Is good land and liz Just the farm for a min with u small family venueWtJJlloautel1 S 1t1 andumilesfroma Rood hag barn 80 acres In oak and beech timberHeeelbehuuledLImestonelandfortobaccoyoarroundeasy payments FOR SALFA tatrm contalnlntllcreslind veL51 store room over It two goo J stock barns pouchtreest mostIlvlnyard of choicest grapes 200 acres deiriyi balance In woods 15 nero In grass soveri warnthofwlolutiru bulllclent for posts U In It lies Ekroc itprice 3000 orlongFOR 8ALKA splendid stand for a druggist physician In a good town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This Is just steplntoaAn old established physician wants to retire is tho reason for solving Nor further partlc ulars address JNO U IJAHHAGK Clover port Kv IANNUAL MEETING II Travelers Protective Association II ASHEVILLE N C II May 31 Q =June 5 1909 I Southern RaHway11w AshevilleIis the shortest line to xV6ry low rates will be authorized open to the public Take this Iopportunity of going to Asheville and visiting the beautiful mountainous section of Western North Carolina Ak any Southern Railway Ticket Agent for fare and schedu1esI or write me I JtC BEAM Jr 4 A G P AIST LOUIS MO L I I A Gentleman From Mississippi By THOMAS A WISE Nowetlzed Frorn the Play by Frederick R Toombs COPYRIGHT 1000 BY THOMAS A WISE t CHAPTER XXI I IF YOU CANT BUY A SENATOR THREAT EN HIM SENATOR PEABODY was the most surprised man In Wash ington when he heard the jun- Ior senator from Mississippi state that no ono was to enrich him self out of the government naval base projectHe n mental anathema on the head of Stevens for saddling such a man on the senate machine for Langdon would of course never had been put on naval affairs just now very Important to the machine with out the 0 K of Stevens who had won a heretofore thoroughly reliable reputation as n judgo of men or of what purported to be men The thought that at this time of all times there should bo a man on the commit tee on naval affairs that could not be handled wns sufficient to make him who reveled in the title of boss of the senate determine that ho must get another chief lieutenant to replace Ste vens who had proved so trustworthy in the past Stevens had lost his cun ningAs the vote of Langdon could not be secured by humbug or in exchange for favors and as It could not be delivered Peabody of course was willing to pay In actual cash for the vote This was the final step but one fnf po Itlcal conspiracies of this nature cash But Langdon would not take cash so Peabody had to resort to the last agency of the trained and corrupt ma nipulator of legislation He would threaten Moreover he knew that to make threats effective If It Is possible to do so they must be led up to systemat cally that Is they should be made at the right time The scene must be set as In a play- Senator Peabody glared at Langdon as though to convince tho latter that to stand In his way would mean pollt cal destruction So nobody Is going to make a cent eh Well I suppose you want all the profits for yourself Turning to Ste vens who hind Just entered the Penn Bylvaulan cried Do you but listen to our suddenly Rood friend Lnngdon Ho wants to be the only man to make money out ofI the naval base Ho wont listen to any other member of tho naval committee making a cent out of It Why lie Great God sir exclaimed Langdon You are going too fur Peabody You mate what is false and you know It you you Then you are willing that others should have their rightful share put In Stevens Oh I understand now senatorNo J no no cried Langdon You do not understand Senator Stevens and I nest say I am ashamed M speak of you by the honorable title of sena tor sir I will not listen to any person enriching himself at the government expense and 1 um your enemy you Peabody and you Stevens beyond re call You both know you misrepresent me iangdon walked over to Stevens and faced him directly Do you remember Stevens Lorimer Hawkslce back In wartime Yes said fjtevens puzzled 1 remember hhnll very fine gentleman The old planter sneered Yes a very tine gentleman You remember ho got rich out of contracts for supplies furnished to the Confed erate government when It wasnt any too easy for the Confederate government to pay and when he was In that- gentleman government himself 1 never quite thought that the act of a Stevens Jt seemed to me to be very like dishonesty I refused to speak to Lorlmer llawksloe In the Carroll hotel at Vlcksburg and when the peo pIe there asked me why I told them I I want to warn you Stevens that Im likely to meet you some time In the Carroll hotel at Vicksburg Stevens backed away angrily 1 catch your Insinuation butho re celved a warning glance from Peabody and broke into a pleasant smile calculated to deceive the old planter this once 1 will overlook it because of our old friendship and the old days in Mississippi You are a fine talker Langdon I said Peabody coming to Stevens res cue but I can readily see what you are driving at You want an investigation I You think you will catch some of us with what you reformers call the goods but forget evidently the entirely simple facts that your family has invested in Altacoola lands more heavily probably than any ono else among us You waht to raise a scan dnl do you Well go on and raise it but remember that you will have to explain how it happened that there is 50000 invested in the name of your son and 25000 in tho name of your daughter Miss Carolina not to mention u few thousands put in by the gentleman who I am given to under stand is to be your soninlaw Con gressman Norton How about that Norton Peabody asked turning to Ytiie congressman who had followed Stevens I I corroborate nil youve said remarked I Norton tl can state positively that Senator Langdon knew that hsII r r w 4Tm likely to meet iou some time In theI Carroll hotel money was going into Altacoola land I will swear to it if necessary and he glared bitterly at Carolinas father feeling certain that the girl would cling to him as opposed to her parent Laugdon made a threatening move al the congressman I consider my riddance of you mighty cheap at the price he cried Come crone Langdou fumed Pea body I must get away from here to catch the midnight train Lets get through with this mutter You must realize thut you cannot fight me in Washington You must know that men call me the king of the senate I can beat any measure you Introduce I can puss any measure you want passed I can make you a laughing stock or a power Why my friend from Mississippi 1 can even have your election to the sen ate contested have a committee up pointed to investigate the manner of your election have that committee decide that you bought your way into the honorable body the senate of the Unit ed States and on the strength of that decision hove you forfeit your seat What a pretty heritage to hand down to posterity such a disgrace will be Why the very school children of the future will hear about you as Looter Langdon and their parents will tell them how particularly degrading It was for a man of your reputation to drag into your dishonest schemes your sou sir and your daughter For vile will believe that this money was not put in these lands without your consent without your direction your or der Did you not sign the mortgage oh which this 30000 was raised Senator Lanijdou waved his hand dep recatlnglyI Im learning the Under handed ways of you professional poll tlclans Im getting wise Im learn ing the game so I know youre bluff ing me Peabody But you forget tint the game of poker was Invented in Mississippi my native state Pressing a button Langdon summoned a servant and sold Send in Mr Ilalnes I guess Ive got to haven witness fur my side Its no bluff spoke Stevens as Haines entered Peabody can dealsbreak you like a plpcstcm hes it to other men before you whowho tried to Impute his power But Ill try to save you Ill ask him to be merciful You are not of any importance In the senate Wo do not needto deal with you Then why do you both spend so much time on me asked Langdon innocently Why doesnt Peabody go to PhiladelphiaLangdon 7 said Peabody you know my control of the senate is no piece of fiction But I will forgive your obsti nacy even forget It I Look here cried Langdon just because Im n fat man dont think that cant lose my temper Ho stopped and gazed at his two colleagues Now you two men stay still one moment and Ill tell you what really will happen tomorrow he exploded and Im only n beginner in the game thats your specialty Tho naval base is going to Altacoola Good simultaneously cried both Peabody and Stevens Youre coming in with us e No Im not but Ill pass the bill so that nobody makes a cent Just as I said I would Ill fool you both and make you both honest for onco in spite of your nnturaldlsposIUons Stevens and the Pennsylvanian Stared at each other in disgust Furthermore continued Langdon Altacoola must have tho base because Ive known for some time that Gulf City was Impossible But some crook ed senators would have made money if theyd known It s0 they didnt learn It Altacoola that proud arm of cur great suit will have those iUtlG8hp flouting on her broad boson anti the 1 tJ b Because Im fat dont think 1 cant lose 5711n temper country will be the better oTT and swill tho sovereign state of Mississippi God bless Itliut neither Senator Peabody of Pennsylvania nor Senator Ste vens of Mississippi is going to be any better because of it No and if you men como to my committee room at 1230 tomorrow noon youll have n chance to hear how all thats coming about If your are not there by that time Ill bring In a minority report in favor of Gulf City Just to show you that I know how to play the game this Washington game Come lets go Wo can do nothing with him said Peabody to the senior senator from Mississippi Well senator In the name of good ness what are you going to do How can you win for Altacoola without let ting these grafters make money out of it asked Hainesln astonishment as the other two walked away What are you going to do nt 1230 tomorrow Langdon turned to him rind rolled his eyes townn the ceiling despairingly- Im blamed if I know ho exclaimed To be Continued Children especially like Kennedys Laxativo Cough Syrup as it tastes nearly as good as maple sugar It not only heals irritatjon and allays inflam mation 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 MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL The second biennial May Music Fes tival to be held in Louisville May 6 land 8 at the First Regiment Armory will give to the South the greatest musical event which it has ever enjoyed A greater number of artists of international fame has been engaged than ever before and the scope of the festival is of larger magnitude than anything hitherto undertaken It has been announced nevertheless that prices for he festival will be lower than beforeso that the attendance is expected to break records Timothy Sowed In Plant Bed Timothy seed sprouting and coming up thick iu his tobacco plant beds is the ducovery made by R O Grimes a prominent farmer ot near Elizaville Fleming county according to reports received here Mr Grimes finds that the beds arc ruined This is the second time tobacco plant bOlts have been sown with grass seed in this section the first being the beds of David Frynan near Pleasant Valley lu Nicholas county which were sown i thickly with wheat and grass seed early in March Farmers Home Journal Better Subscribe Today M Are You- Hegular 7 If you arc not it Is a sign of disease a sIgn of some hidden female trouble that way be under mining and weakenIng YOW constitution and laying up for you much future suffering- Mal1yltbousands of weak irregular suffering women have la the past 50 years been greatly benefited or cured tyiho Use of that wellknown successful purely vegetable female tonic and cart tire remedy WINE OF CARDUI WOMANS RELIEF rexrltesI wade me Irregular lad gave ate pains In ay shoulders and sides For almost 2 weeks I could not lift a chair Cardul brought no all right again I have BO more 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paralysis last November re mains very much the same having been able to walk since Balltown Is looming has two goo stores two blacksmith shops and a gristmill W N Pate our hustling merchant I is erecting a new residence adjoining r his store and expects to move Into 1 as soon as possible v Mrs Budget McGovern is quite sick Eddie Wilson of Evansville Is visit ing his sister Mrs T N Brickey Our farmers are compliliilng tha the tobacco plants are very small forr the time of the year and the ground is too wet to plow for or plant corn W N Pate sent a very pretty bflnch of hogs to Louisville last week j for which he expects a good price r Evert Frank of Evansvllle Is expected here this week on a visit Sunday April 10 was the 82nd birthday of Mr Sanmel Muffett Several relatives gathered and en R joyed I a bountiful country dinner Uncle Sam Is hale and hearty and looks as though he might see many more birthdays He showed with i pride how far he could jump and thinks little of saddling his horse aulI riding four or five miles His good wife aunt Harriet is one of a re markable family she being one of five children the youngest being 00 years of age They are as follows Mrs Nancy Pate 81 Mrs Rosie Pate l5 Mrs Harriet Muffett 73 Mrs James Mason 72 and Mrs Kitty Wallace CD Mr Muffett has r two daughters by a former marriage Mrs Katie McGovern of Victoria and Mrs Nerea Allen of Cloverport L I For a mild easy action of the bowels 1 1asingle dose of Doans Regulots is enough Treatment cures habitualcon stipatlon 25 cents a box Ask your v druggists for them I Balance In Furniture To lay down n set of rules fur nr ranging the furniture in any room 13 obviously impossible ns fitments differ gi radically But there are certain 1 things that can bo done successfully with furniture and others that spoil be appearance of the most expensive y fitted up apartment First and fore nost of these Is to balance a room i caning by that not to get all time J heavy pieces or all the large pictures T on one side It for example there la a large sofa against one wall across i from IJt there should bo a table or I something like that to preserve the exactlya1 otherIfi the floor swung one side it would go ft down and the other como up In re arranging a room the rugs If any are used should be taken up anti the I floors left so that the chairs etc cnn be easily moiled to experiment for the V beat placing I Mens suits trom 150 up our own custom made suits we sold at 1250 t 1600 andlSOOwilligo i WiI I ikyD t iler Mother Wit A Kcytuckyngtrhwlrosc father was an undertaker was gentto a ffashion abo New York boatrdln school for a ilnishiugterm One day One of time girl asked her what business her sherwQ myfatI1 Q plncott8IIf 1 J r n I A LOST MINE The Tragic Legend That Is With Bald Mountain The legend of a lost mina has give to Bald mountain In Placer county Colo n fascinating interest for prospectors Tradition Is that early In thei fifties of the Inst century three men disappeared from an immigrant party going over the old Gap trail Search for them was without avail and they were finally reported dead by tilei searchersWhere or how they wintered no ono ragr ged shoeless and demoralized they blaimd and with them they brought gold dust to the amount of 10000 or S15000 Spending but n single night within the confines of civilization awl giving otI their large claim they were fdllowed on their return trip and a few weeks later their murdered bodies were foundl in one of tb dreary canyons that scar the fare of the desolate peak soughttul munity Is na certain as that of tho treasure ofj Captain ICIdd Philadel phla North American Words To Freeze The Soul Your Eon has Consumption His sase is hopeless These appalling words were spoken to Geo E Blevenaa lead lug merchant of Springfield N C by two expert doctorsone a lung specia list Then was shown the wonderful1 power of Dr Rings I I ew Discovery after three weeks use writes Mr Elevens he was as wen as ever jI would not take all the money in theI world for what It did for my boy1 lu failable for coughs and colds its thei safest surest cure of desperae Lit II g diseases on earth lOc and 100 Guarantee satisfaction Trial bottl free Severs Drug Store See Belled Buzzard Beavin Tucker and Robt Wilso saw the belled buzzard Thursday near Tar Springs The late Mr Johni Keith saw it four years ago in Meade county About sixteen years ago the buzzard was belled by Jim Stephens t4 of Pound a Week atleast is what a young baby ought to gain In weight Does yours If not theres something wrong with its digestion Give it McGhees Baby Elixir and it will begin gaining at once Cures stomach and bowel troubles aids digestlonl stops fretful ness good for teething babies Price 25 and 50 cents Sold by A R Fisher Notice We have started our wagon oh daily trips for the delivery of Ice this easouI Your old book from last year is still good but if you pay cash for the re maining coupons or get a new one you save 10 percent of the amount Now is the time to buy books For furthur infonnntion telephone Cloverport Water Light Ice Co Inc A Knocker Igi a man who cant see good in any person or thing Its a habit caused by a disordered liver Ifyou find that thingsthroughyourlivertowith Ballards Hdrbine A sure cure for constipation dyspepsia indiges tion sick headache biliousness all livery stomach and bowel troubles Sold by A R Fisher IWill Improve Property t Mr rind i Mrs Henry 1ato will com menso the first of next month to rmpoV their property on the corner of Oak and Second streets The residence Is now occupied by Mr and Mrs Drown Mr aunt Mrs Palo have made no definite plans about moving but its there In tentlon to improve the place for their own home orOnXA101arehaf ttC t- A A VALUABLE WEED The Teasel That Is Used to Raise the Nap on Cloth Our renders who never saw n teasel spoiled nlKo teazel and teazle and even tnsseli can Imagine n fir cone or swamp cattail sot all over with little stiff hooks It Is the bur or tas sel or lower head or thistle top of the plant dlpsacus and so Identified Is It with cloth dressing that this usa of It gave It Its botanical name DJpsacus fullanutn or fullers teasel However familiar to people who live In lauds where the teasel is extensive Ily grown the fact may bo that the prickly Bends of that plant arc univer sally used to raise the nap on cloth a multitudes of persons In his country probably waver heard of It and will bo astonished to learn in what enormous quantities the plant is raised In Franco alone several thousand acres of land are exclusively devoted to the cultivation of the teasel French manufacturers Use many thousand dol lars worth of the prickly heads and export thousands of tons of them val tied nt perhaps millions of dollars Hundreds of tons are produced In Ails trla England Belgium Poland and the Crimea The 1prickles of tho teasel have n mountd ed on an elastic stem mId set with spindlenaffords n little brush such it is said ns the utmost mechanical skill has never been able to rival at all events at the same price New York Herald Tariff Talky If that duty on tea were restricted In its application to the pink variety much complaint againstthe tax would be silenced New Orleans Times Democrat Mr Payne put his foot in it with that stocking tariff sure enough Milwaukee Sentinel The charge of the hatpin brigade is the one thing that really worries Mr Payne Washington Post 1sttWhile congressmen In the lower House arc talking their way to a vote the outsiders who will really settle the schedules are quietly getting In their work with the senators If It takes Senator Lodge over an hour to work his way from the Senate chain her to time lunchroom how long will It take to get the Senate bill ready Boston Herald i 1Those congressmen are undoubtedly very witty but humorous speeches at a cost of 10000000 a day to the country come a bit high Why not rqserve them for the 00cent Chan tauqua Detroit News rIn the face of this tariff on stock merelysmileseand goes on with her knitting Cleveland Leader A tax or talk might have a better congressntonal salaries Atlanta Constitution Republican congressmen seem likely to Democratize themselves over the tariff bill and split all to pieces Cleveland Plain Dealer An Opinion whydofather of his country I dunno son unless It was because keepItfogywhoseanyhow Washington Star I DeWitts Little Early Risers the best known pills and the best pills made are easy to take and act gently aud are cer tain We sell and recommend them All DruggistsI A WEDGWOOD ROOM This Shade Will Be Pretty In Spring Redecoratlon There Is Just n certain wedgwood I blue that is exquisite with n colored wnll It Is hot well puttyII tits combination In l1 north which Heeds the warmer colonial low but It may bo hold In reserve yelII tit room having a southern or west ern exposure with its softer light The putty color Is colder nnd less yellow than the colonial shades as If n touch of gray had been dashed In but there Is still enough of the creamy tone left to blend with tho wedgwood blue of the hangings These curtain goods may be found in such Inexpensive materials as galatea cotton Ipoplin and Japanese crape alt of which are more arrivals on the decorators recentii than dpnjtu anti burlap Several pieces of old mahogany a peacock screen nnrt R bowl of polish t ed brass are tho needed touches In this chaste little roprn r 300 Mens Hats worth all from 150 to 300 goat I 90cat W J Sjjhopps I Stephensport Ky 01 0 SAMPLE Hark do you hear those wedding bells John Newton Clovorport spent Sud day the guest of Miss Lillian Adkins Our Sunday Sclool is progressing nicely Aith n largo attendance every SundayMrs Bill Wheeler entertained the young people Saturday night with a musical Mrs A C Hunter loft a few weeks ago for an indefinite stay with her dRUg ter firs E T Hayuea of Oklahoma she writes her health is Improved and she likes fine- Sample is u busy titHe place now with her now enterprising merchants Ella Gibson is ill at this writing of IngrlppeoGlovis Wnlls and J W Hunter were In Louisville last week Brynnttavetloifs Dont forgt t the first Sunday in May to come out and hear Brother Lenuing of Haidensburg who has promised us a special sermon 01 that day for just 40 years ago from that date ho delivered his firt sermon here at sample in n lhuge school house I hope many that hard him 50 years ago will bo under the sound of his voice again on May the tat tMrs Jake Brown Is ill at this writ ing Mrs L D Dowell Mrs Dan Haynes and Mrs Eli Brown spent Thursday afternoon on Beech Hill the guests of Mrs H T Powell Carl Armstrong is fast improving un der those numerous long drives Sunday afternoons in the open air Everybody is busy house cleaning and beautyfying home sweet home To Protect a Bureau Quo houspkeopiT who hns umhoganv bedroom furniture and n careless Attn Iii lies hit upon n way to protect tin top of her bureaus She buys a rem nnnt of white oilcloth and has it cut to fit the top of the bureau This I put on beneath tho ordinary bureau eeverwNaturally n cover that is not trnns parent must be used but those litI pique or heavy linen are both smart and serviceable and the oilcloth not only keeps the wood from scratching but prevents more serious scarrlnK Prom hot curling Irons or dropped matches w v IV I Look at Tills Mail Order Competition Vanquished i contire1 1290T1NJ The Pearrl orthosocountlasa6abov turedbystandard el6andU 1 only 790Our IUlurnnlue bq f INSPECT OUR STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE I M PENICK BROS Custcr Ky Fence Agents for Old Hickory Wagons Hortuian Cultivators American Field f J HUMAN BAIT The Men Who Gather Leeches In the Swamps of England Pale nnd limn he spoke In u low voice crumbling a water cracker Dlvln is hard work and sulphur mlnln Is hard work but howd you like to be bait at 41 Bhlllln1 a day That aint quite a dollar I was human bait for a leech denier in England nil one spring It wns back lu the eighties but I aint never recovered the healthy color and weight what I lost I guess I never will now Down Norfolk way I baiteddown In the Norfolk broads Broads is swamps All them swamps together with the mild moist climate makes Norfolk n great place for leeches Me and a dozen other chaps was leech baitWe would wade In with our breeches rolled up to our knees and as soon as wed feel n leech on our legs wed tear him off andulrop him In a basket slung from the shoulder Quick as thunder wed do it but hed be considerable plumped out even In that little while And when n dozen leeches settled on you together the last of em by the time you gotround to him would be as fat and heavy as a lump of lend whilst youd be that much lighter nntchcrly In the late spring tho leeches took to deep water Then the bait had to strip and wnde in up to their chins With all that surface to look after we played a losln game with the leeches The quickest of us couldnt stand morcn four hours of it without most faintly from weakness And the pajnl For some parts of the human bait Is I I I youIand Theres its a too hard on a tuna Its worms workNew Orleans TimesDemocrat i Read Our Serial Story Bewailing Lost Cause KentuckyOhiocal newspapers published in the various localities arc again bewailing the fact that the provision removing the cizceiit tax front Tobacco was striker from the Payne bill It is not easy to see on what grounds the Tobacco growers base any hope to get theie socalled tree Leaf measures through Congress or what they would gain if such a law were enacted The free Leaf proposition bas become a great political asset In Ken which the politicians of that State know how to use to the best advantage Wes tern Tobacco Journal 3000 yards American apron Gingham at 5c at W J Schopps Stephens port Ky What Equity Is Doing If there Is any one set of farmers more than ray other set of farmers who are making Improvements on their farms buying machinery fur niture lumber building fences Im proving their stock combining to build and operate elevators owning warehouses and forging ahead gen erally it Is the set who are members of the American Society of Equity It is the general testimony of busi ness men that in time States of Ken tucky Wisconsin and North Dakota there has been more liberal buying by the farmers than at any time during the past fifteen years Those are the three States where the American Society of Equity is the strongest Equity Farm Journal l73S2NH3J1 l C t C7l S7tl ffiatli H Ctl 1 7C TWO CAR LOADS i Just Received I I Ir- U 1lfiTaL r M7M B- fj I Two car loads of the nicest and best buggies i ii- I 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 cashand buying in TheseI I 1tIes4 We will divide up with our customers We can save you at least 10 per cent Dont takeT believingIabd I I I I i 1 1 I I T1MPFfcTAYLOR I CUSTER KENTUCKVII JBjBIsws srsn siso c THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D RABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line tOBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give I heir old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY APRIL 28 1909 No trace of beauty can pass or perish but other beauty is some where born No seed of truth or good be planted but the yield must grow as the growing corn Bliss Carman W J pIGGOTT was in this city last Wednesday enroute to his home from Tobinsport where he conducted thd Ma sonic services at the funeral of Mr Till Groves Mr Piggott is a prominent Mason a lead ing Republican and a successful business man of Breckenridge county A little more than twentyfive years ago he with several young men left their homes in England and sailed the waters for America to seek their fortunes Mr Piggotts ambition was to attain a definite and practical i knowledge of farming and he did so by working on Thos J Jollys farm near Bewloyvillo While ho was learning to till the soil there Mr Piggott also worked hard and fast to win the heart and handof Miss Clara Jolly of Hardinsburg They spent their early married life on their farm at Bowloyvillo and now have a beautiful home at Irvington where Mr Piggott is one of the towns foremost promoters He has several business enterprises there the largest one being the Irvington Mill Company and ho is president of the First State Bank The Republicans think Mr Piggott would make an exceedingly ac ceptable candidate for senator Mr and Mrs Piggott have two excellent sons Messrs Hubert and Joe Piggott and an attractive young daughter Miss Elizabeth Pig gott Commencement day for the Cloverport High School is drawing near and the sweet girl graduates are busy planning their dainty frocks and the young men are busy composing their orations for the com mencement exercises which will be held Friday evening May twenty eighth There are five young people to be graduated this year Miss Reba Lewis Miss Emilino Loyis Messrs Louie Ditzenbach Virgil and nowforpleasure Jerry Tilford onn of the oldest passenger conductors in the SOl vice of the Henderson Route has been oil duty for several weeks on account of sickness During a service of nearly twenty years this is the first time he has had to quit work His host of friends hope his illiness is only temporary and that he willSJon be at his accustomed place on the Bunch Ernest Henderson and Jonas Lyons have good reports from their early corn planting They say it is all up a splendid stand and looks fine Wo wish we had a thousand acres more in this county of early planting to report on Every farmer in the county largo or small should get onto the plan of early planting J T Dutschke of Franklin Cross Roads was over Sunday to see betterhIi Dutschko at Holt The Dutschke folks are fine cheery people and we wish we had more friends like them It seems now that wo are to have eggs standing around the 20 cent mark all summer April is the great packing month in the year doipgtheirso the consumer poor fellow will have to pay the piper Hawkins Smith has brightened up his farm out houses and fence with a coat of whitewash His is a nice attractive farm and homo and makes a splendid showing from the railroad Other farmers alongthe Branch should follow suit Roadmastor Stites was over on the Branch Monday preparing to put that road in good conditiou The track between Glendeanq and liockvalo is to be raised above high water mark and other improvements made I There is a big lot of fortilizorbeing sold this Spring in the Cus ter district Harrington Bros report that they have sold 50 tons nlqne They say there will bo probably 150 tons used in that neigh v borhood Leo Montgomery freight conductor on the branch reports business on that road splendid HeJ says they have handled more mer chandise fertilizer and farm implements than in many years There is a good den of complaint among farmers of the fly in tobacco plant beds The cold weather of last week gave the fly an excellent opportunity to get in his work Cupid in Cloverport must have spring fever The News has not yet received any marriage announcements for Juno weddings Two more counties in Indiana wont dry last Monday snaking in all 44 dry counties in that state ono cannot say there is nothing doing in Clovorport today for wo have church the postoflice and a circus All tobacco growers in this county so far no the News has been able to find out will stick to the 10000 plants to the hand If rf tit I w JiL t i r lir tt e iha u n a q o11 cIor U c =10 U lo JII0JII ot I o c o o Y IT1Thosep U that these taxes are past due and must be paid If they are not settledat y It1J0 once will be compelled to advertise property This is my last year and I am 0 Ii j compelled to close up my booksr v jn r o MILT MILLER Sheriff 0 r QO I oIQODII OI1t =TO1 IIIt i0 IIt 0i IIaE JIlcIor cizJlo The Limit Of Wheat Thirty years ago the worlds wheat production wasabout2000000000 bush els n year It now averages about 8200 000000 bushels As this increase is out of prpportion to the increase in the worlds population it is evident that whea as a food substance is displacing other commodiliesproviously used In crease in production in this country has been a little more rapid than the average of world increase The American crop of thirty years ago averaged about 300 000000 bushels and it is now about 600000000 The variation of conditions from year to year makes impossible any exact statement but the figures of the last five years show a largo decline In the percentage of American wheat exported From 1880 to 1889 about 30 per cent of the total crop was exported and from 1800 to 1899 about 33 per cent The average of the last five years has been about onehalf that of the preceding twentyfive years While the maximum of possible acreage has not yet been reached there is little or no probability that the acreage if it is at all extended will increase as rapidly as it did in earlier years when new railways were opening new areas to settlement and cultivation In fact the largest acreage in the record was that of 1001 when 49805514 acres were planted The year of 1005 followed with 19401967 acres The figures for 1907 drop to 45 211000 It is conceivable though little probable that another ten years may see 60000000 acres in wheat The great er probability is that the increase in acreage will not keep pace with the in crease in domestic demand and that the predictions of some observers regarding the diminution of wheat exports will b justified The possible approach to the maxi mum of wheat acreage is not at all theI equivalent of approach to the mnxitnnm of wheat production The average wheat yield for the last twenty yearsI has been thirteen and a half bushels t the acre Here is the weak spot in our national wheat business The acre value of the American output for the last ten years show an average of about 10 40 As land increases in value it be comes impossible to raise wheat at a profit on any such basis The State of New York produced more wheat In 1883 than in 1907 New England is practi cally out of the wheat business Com ofI1007 au increase appears in Per nsyl vania and Maryland Virginia West Vir ginia Ohio Tennessee and Kentucky show fluctuation from year to year but no material change in ten years aver ages Michigan shows a shrinkage of about onehalf and Wisconsin appears to be abandoning the industry alltogeth er Indiana and Illinois about hold their own Iowa shows marked decline The grain comes principally in the States of later settlement the frontier States where laud a few years ago was cheapThe conclusion is inevitable that with the passing of cheap land there must al so be a passing of cheap wheat unles there shall be devised and adopted some profitable system of intensive cultiva tion with decided increase in yield to theacre The alternative will be im portation duty free from countries still have cheap landNew York thatII fl Tapestry Brus P Rugs regular value Size 9x12 feet fresh new stock t1 extra size Tapestry Brus 4j Rugs size feet 2000 value Worth 2000 c a pair for Lace p Curtains 3a yards long 54 in for Cable Net and Madras 3U yards long in wide in design lent in quality WalkerPate MrseH A Walker near Mattingly at 230 oclock Thursday afternoon a quiet home wedding was solemnized in the presence of a number of Friends and relatives tle occasion being the marriage of their daughter Miss Bertie Judson walker ofoKosmosdale The bride is a favorite with a wide circle of and was formerly a teacher in the public schools The groom is an having been in Uncle Sams service at present The ceremony was performed by Rev Isaiah Cline of Hnrdinsburg 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn that tbcro is at least ono dreaded dis ease that sclenco has been able to euro in all its sago and that ia Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is tlio only positive curo now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a con stitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure la taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby de stroy ins the foundation of the disease and giving tho patient strength by up tho constitution und assisting naturo in doing its work Tho proprietors have do much faith In its curative powers that they offer Ono Hun dred Dollars for any case that it falls to curo SonUfor llstof testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Take hulls Gamily Pills for constipation Shall We Pool The question in everyones mouth is Are we going to pool this year Every Ky you We you 113x12 friends building fl Royal Wilton Rugs 4p 9x12 feet price 3750 fl best Body Brus 4p Carpet Rugs size 9x12 feet price 2750 large size 4p size 30x72 price 275 fl 1 for Muslin Curtains 3 yards p dotted and figured ruffle and thread lock stitch tobacco leader has been asked this ques tion hundreds times the past month and every time he has been asked it we will wager he has asked the party it Are you going to pool This is the whole questionSIt makes little whit the leaders say or think but what the people say or thijk is Im If they are going pool the queston Is settled If they are not the question is also settled How can we tell what they will There is just as much reason to pool this year as there jever was and more and more can beat I complished than ever The system to handle the pool is established the people have money ahead the business world has been shown the practicability of our plans our opponents have learned to respect us fierce opposition is crushed and those who to join are everywhere declaring their intention of being in the next time We are inclined to think will a pool because we believe in the common seuseA S of E News But It Was A 1 The thoroughbred mare adversity owned by J T Griffith of Owens boro Ky and by him of J B of Lexington 1 gave birth this week to a filly colt by First Water Mr Griffith had contract ed this colt at time to Matt Byrne of New York the manager for J B for 500 provided the colt was a male This is said to he the largest price ever offered for a Daviess county weanling Journal tIAddress A Railroad Fares 33035 W MarketRofun ddodd Louisville INCORPORATED CARPETS AND RUGS At Special Prices lor a Few Days Only and Just to The Readers of This PaperII WE want to sell that new carpet or rug you have promised yourself Spring realize that are some miles distant from our store and in order to make it worth your while to where the assortments are biggest and bestthese special inducementsread them over carefully everyone represents a distinct saving and remember thatx t THE OFFERINGS ARE FOR A LIMITED NUMBER OF DAYS ONLrr IeelsSeamless 16 1750For Regular Tapestryp Ir150 Nottingham Lace Curtains 54 beautiful excel exsoldier lielaudhis QQ 50For Carpet a regular 22 50For quality regular 225For Smyrna Hearth reversible in Regular 25pair in designs fleeced 2jsX300twisted edseor of asking difference portant to do business refused heretofore there be peoples Tobacco Filly bought Haggin weaning Haggin Farmers Home this come here I tfl Smyrna Hearth Rugs sizei1f 16931x60 i1 P inches reversible fringed on both endsII G5c a yard for handsome Brussels Car pet Rugs including making laying and lining regular 75c value QAf a square yard for floor Oil Cloth comes 1yf and 2 yards wide regular price 25 centsII f 519 rI ATTRACTIVE DRAPERIES AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES aII wide2pair f 15Oapair for snow flake Lace Cur 1 ip 3 yards long These curtains are used extensively for summer pOlIitieres 1- a Japanese RIce Portieres 1 4 1 50Incolora with designsr f J 11 f Ii Railroad Fares Refunded to Outol Town Customers r- r u By Rebating Railroad Fares on Purchases Your Trip to the City Costs You Practically Notts nai In Order to Get the Benefit of These Special Prices Mention This Advertisement r J f t 11 0 J n awl I H O 11 le o C- ooalII 1 A II o Ie n A Reliable CATARRHRem9dy V FlY EfrsamBalm Mea M Iskkiyabiorbed 4g COLD a Fdoaq Qpthebrftne resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in thp Bead quickly Ito CTUCIlstores tho Senses of NAY tW fello DrugIsts Ely Brothers 50 Warjan Street New York She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 28 1900 PERSONALAND LOCAL What time will the clock stop Cottage for rent Ameil Oelze May magazines at the News office Mrs John D Gregory is improving Mrs Polk went to Louisville Monday Mrs Gibson went to Sample Satur dayDr Lightfoot was in Louisville last weekMay magazines for sale at the News officeMr Baker of Patesvllle was here Sunday 1 Miss Julia Wroe has returned home from college Mr Phelps is the guest of his son David Phelps Mrs Joe Tom Mattingly went to Louisville yesterday Mrs Abe Skillman has returned home from Louisville UMiss Florence Woods is ill at her Y home on the bill- Newtvallpaper to suit every purpose tiatT F Sawyers Mrs Mike Hendricks was in town Monday shoppingJ Claude Mercer of Hardinsburg was in the city Saturday Mrs Martha Noble has returned home from Owensboro Misses Cauley of Owensboro were here Saturday shopping Thos M Rogers and Bert Wells went to Owensborb Monday Miss Carrie Lee Tucker was in 11Stephensport Friday shopping Miss Roberts of Irvington is the guest of Miss Margaret Carter- C Vic Robertson went to Lexington Monday to attend the horse sales i Mr Martin of Greenville has been the guest of Miss Mayme DeHaven Mrs Edwin Bell of Memphis is the guest of Mr and Mrs A R Fisher I f sonfIt will pay you to go to Conrad Sippel the Shoe Man for your shoes Miss May Zirckle of Louisville spent the weekend with Miss Lillian Sippel Mrs Jolly went to Sample Sunday to attend the funeral of Miss Ella Gibson Miss Florie Hardin of Holt arrived V Thursday to visit MrsEmma Skillman Mr and Mrs Barry Morrison and J children returned from Louisville Mon day s V Clyde Morrison and little daughter Miss Mildred went to Louisville Sun day Mrs Viola Jackson and daughter Miss Rachel have returned from Louis ville If you want good shoes at the right prices call on Conrad Sippel the Shoe i ManIHerbert Beard of Hardinsburg was hereFridayin the interest of the County Fair g Scotts N y Emulsion k of Cod Liver Oil with Hypo 1 phosphates should always be I kept in the house for the f foUQwlngreaspnlt l First Because ifany member Ii of the family has a hard cold f it will cure it v f 1 a Ir I SecondBecause if the chil r dren are delicate and sickly it Mill make themstrong and well 1ttrI Third Because if the father or mother is losing flesh and i becoming thin and emaciated it wily build them up and give them flesh and strength FourthBecause itis the standard remedy in all throat mid lung affections t I No hpusehpld should be with c IiioutithI good thk jdwrtlMWHit totfttHer with name of paper Ifl which Jt appear your addrete and fwir swots te eel pottos e and we will Ben- dyotraCoe1IeiiaedyAtIasettk WwU t 91T aBO9NI 4eY rwl It New Ylkk a t n r r Mrs Wm McGovern and cbUdrenofI Victoria are guests of Mr and Mrs Joe AllenV T Halliday has returned to Tar Springs after an extended trip in the NorthMiss Isabelle Hendricks of Hardis burg was toe guest of Miss Reba Lewis SundayMrs G French of Tar Springs has been at Lodiburg visiting her father Mr Keys James Jablne has returned to college after a visit to Dr and Mrs It L NewsomMrs Elizabeth Cox has returned from Cordell Oklahoma to her home at Guston Stevo Kennedy of Meade county was visiting his daughter Mrs Jesse Boh ler SundayHon Head of Irvington was here Saturday shaking hands with his good friends Miss Maude Frizzell of Cannelton is the guest of Miss Iva Wine at the Sat terfield home Dr W M Casper Dentist at Lewis port Tuesday at Clove port Wednesday and Thursday Mrs Jennie Mogan and Mr Mitchell of Addison spent Sunday with Miss Bessie Mitchell Wesley Basham of See Ree spent Saturday here visiting his aunt Mrs Delbert Basham- J i D Meadorof Kansas came to Clo verport Monday to visit his daughter Mrs Henry Pate Mrs Keith has returned home from Stonewall Miss after an extended visit to Mrs Lusk New green beans peas tomatoes kale cabbage lettuce and new potatoes at T F Sawyers Benton Eubanks has accepted a posi tion with the Glass factory at Frank fort as shipping clerk Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 206 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Miss Adelia Moorman arrived from Louisville Friday night for a short visit to Dr and Mrs Owen Sam Stites roadmaster of the L H R St li R L was a welcome visitor in Cloverport Saturday Rob Moorman of Glendeane and Preston Green of Falls of Rough are going to Louisville next week What time will the clockstop Ed McAfee of lrvingtonspent Sun = day here Mr McAfees friends are al ways glad to have him home Tuscan chips and fancy braid hats at Mrs Cordreys trimmed in velvets ribbons flowers and ornaments Miss Drew Gregory has returned from De atur Ill where she had a delightful visit of several months Hugh Wood has returned from Hous ton Texas where he has been the guest of Miss Bettie Lee Smith- E C Babbage is in Tampa Fla where he will spend several weeks in the interest of Peaslee Gaulbert Co Mr and Mrs Roscoe Severs who have been living at Barbourville W Va will move soon to eastern Virginia Mrs H L Stader has returned home from Louisville where she had n pleas ant visit with Mr and Mrs Burt Muir Chas Smart was in Louisville Mon day with hogs and cattle He got 7if sents for hogsand 12 for a cow and calfMrs Perry Norval who lives in the south vest is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Robert McGovock in Louisa villePaul Garner of Irvington who has been the pleasant little visitor of his sister Mrs A D Squires has returned h meA shipment of most attractive hats at Mrs Cordreys Send your order by mail and have your hat made by Miss Price Just received a complete line of Ladies Misses and Childrens High Shoes and Oxfords at Conrad Sippels the ShQe Man Mrs Jas Randell and son Mr Dwight Randell of Louisville were guests of Misses Rebecca and Martha Willis Saturday H L Shanks of Rome Ind was here Thursday and said there has been a wonderful improvement in the wheat crop in his section Mrs H A Dawley and little ti ugh ter Nancy Starks of Louisville arriv ed Monday with Mrs Fannie Ferry to visit Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry Mrs Miria Duncan has moved into the LnHeists property on First street in the East End after spending several weeks at the home of Mrs Robt PierceDr Bush Cloverport 1st 2nd and 3rd Mondays and Tuesdays Hard insburg 4th Mqnday 3 clays Irving- ton Thurday and Frlddy following 4th Monday V Hugh McGqvern ofVictoria was in the cityMonday Mr McGovern is one of the News faithful subscribers and- saysllo cannot enjoy Jiiselfwithol1t the paper Mrs Cordreys new Una cf millinery are the prettiesttstyles of the season They cannot be matched anywhere I n r 1 The dress hats are beautiful at a popular price and connot be duplicated Mrs Henry Unverzaght of Hender son will arrive this week to visit Miss Annie May Mattingly Mrs Frank White and attractive little son Henry Richard and Mrs H Wendelken have returned from Mt Carmel Ill where they were the guests of Mr and Mrs John Wen delkenMiss Myrtle Moorman has returned from Louisville to her home in Big Spring She was operated on for ap pendicitis in St Josepbs March 30th and has entirely recoveredEtown News May Magazines at the News office What time will the clock stop Mr Carter Ifl Fladge Carter Is seriously ill at his home on the pike Mr Carter has been suffering dreadfully for months but his condition has only been critical during the last week His sister and brother Mrs Molly OBrien of Mooleyville and Mr Felix Carter of Huntingburg have been at his bedside v What time will the clock stop Improvement Mrs Mattie Collins is having a new fence placed around her property on Second street on the West Side Mrs Collins takes a great pride in her home and also in her rose bushes which look fine this spring- Delighted With The Golden West J Mr and Mrs Allen Kingsbury have just recently received word from Mr and Mrs James Stiff that they are greatly pleased with California They have located in Tulare where Mr Stiff has a good position and is in line for promotion Mr aud Mrs Stiff are keeping house The little friends of their little daughter Miss Mildred will be glad to know that she too likes her new homev What time will the clock stop- Announcement Beard Bros of Hardensburg wish to announce to the public they have asso ciated with them in the horse business Mr R J Hogan formally of Oweusborc apd Bowling Green Mr Hogan comes well recommended as a man also as a handler of horses The firm is prepar ed to work horses both under the saddle and in harness Their terms are reason ableSee them at onc- eKnowledge Is Life Much of the misery and suffering in the world iis caused by ignorance Many of the epidemics of disease that have killed tens of thousands of human beings could have been pre vented if only the people had known what was necessary to be done to prevent them Knowledge then is more than power it is life itself It would be quite clear then that If people will only take an interest In matters affecting their health and try to fled out what to do to keep well there will be less sickness and of course fewer deaths The one dis couraging feature is that in every community there are always a few who wil not be taught even by the forceful lessons of experience and these unteachable people are asource of danger Health officials have their greatest troubles with people who will not be taught how to properly protect either their own or their neighbors children by cooperating with the department to prevent the spread of contagion What time will the clock stop Home From Chicago Misses Fanny and Maud Rhodes of Chicago have been at McDaniels spending two weeks vacation with thei parents They are successful young business women and have splendid po sitions in the big city Miss Fanny Rhodes and Mr Roy Rhodes were hero Friday the guests of Mr andMrs Nelse Wiggins f Italian Sandwiches i Cut bread and batter very thin but not thin enough to curl and put bychoppingboiled ham and the white meat of chicken then rubbing to a cream with the yolks of two hardboiled eggs one sweet pepper scalded then chopped after removing the seeds and stem a tcaspoonful of cream and celery salt to taste Trim off crust then cut in oblongs small squares or triangles The Circle Praises Farmers Wives Th6v farmers wives are more apt pupils inlearning hOw to uianagf home on business principles than the wives of cit men and that they probably are better helpmeets were the declarations- of Miss Martha Van Rensselaer lecturtr in home economics at Cornell University and supervisor of the farmers wives reading course to an audience of city women Miss Van Uensselaer was discussing the science of home management and pointed that nowdays it was as impor tant for a woman to know how to run a home on business principles as it was for her husband to conduct his business that way She said that women from the country are much easier than city women to teach scientific management of the home and attributed this fact to T desire to be more of a helpmeet to him The city women do not do sh- esaldN Y Sun The SevenGored Skirt v Is Much Worn One of the smartest and most prac tical skirts of the season is cut in seven goresalways a popular and becoming modeland fits from the waistline to the knees in the modish Sfieath effect widening gradually thence to the lower edge where It measures about three and three eighth yards in the medium size A novel and striking feature is observ ed in the extension on the left side of the front gore which with the aid of buttons and loops or buttonholes Ingeniously serves to simulate a side front closing If desired however the extension may be cut off and the gore finished plainly In either case the fastning is at the center of the back where an inverted plait serves to conceal italthough it might very easily be effected at the sidefront if preferred The skirt may be finished in round or shorter length either style being correct for a smart walk ing skirt It is adapted for develop ment in a great variety of materials since it is equally appropriate for I dressy or practical wear Silk and fabrics may be used for making it The New Idea Womans Magazine for May SAFE BOTH WAYS I The Way Rajah Blrbar Saved His Head by Ready Wit Rajah Blrbar a boon companion of tho Emperor Akbar the great con temporary of Queen Elizabeth was a notable wit The story goes that the emperor once sent Blrbar with a mes I j sage to the king of Persia The latter for some reasons or other bore a grudge toward the rajah and In I order to see him lose the emperors favor thought of a device He asked Blrbar Which of us two Is greater In power and majesty 1 or Akbar But mind you If your an swer Is In any way unfavorable to mo I will order your head to be struck off Your majesty replied Blrbar with out loss of time la like the full moon I while the emperor my master resem bles the crescent The king was highly pleased with his reply and let him go This news was however carried to Akbar who was wild with rage when ho hoard It When Blrbar returned to his masters court he was asked to ox plain himself on pain of death My comparison said Blrbar meant only this much and nothing more that the decline of the Persian kings power had commenced Just us the full moon after it is full goes on waning while your majesty Is destined to rise on and one till like tho crescent becoming the full moon In time It will shlno forth with magnificent splendor of glory The emperor who was a great patron of wit and wisdom heaped the rajah with rewards CJASTOnXABean tie Have Always BfligM Mr dDU s New Store House New Stock I Dry Goods Groceries Clothing Notions Come and see u- sLC TAlL McQuady Kentucky AQENTFOR Homestead Fertilizer Life and Fire Insurance Basket and Fordsvllle Coal LI Ih ElvThat is Our Topic This Week t4 Wo have created quite an appetite among those whoOH have almost forgotten they had a sweet tooth The I asweetest candy for the least price ever before offer w tled the candy eating public A partial list of theHmany kinds is here givenb Fig Caramels Cream Wafers IcewH Cream Kisses Marshmellowsjj aaAfter Dinner Mints Cream Cov ered Dates Fudge California Ap ricots and lots of other goodies o H tl 10 Cents Pound r 1poundoshow windownWHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP g H pi a a J C NOLTE BRO y CLOVERPORI KY b- aWHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIME + tp WartsI WANTED A OENTH WANTEDFor a guaranteed med- Icine that cures Scrofula Syphilis and Mercurial Poison and other remedies equally as Icood MITCHELL REMEDY CO 000 W Walnut Louisville Ky WANTEOA blacksmith CLARENCE 1RNICK IrvliiKton K- yWANTED Responsible man with horse and bURRy In each community salary 5500 to flo 00 per day to tako orders from owners of Vanes Orchards and sumo f3iirliti A sPlendidop portunity for farmers suns also fruit true and sowing machine agents to make a busl uass connection which will become more profi table each year Address 1 O Ioxl3l Youngs Island S O FOR RENT FOR RENTTwo sploudw rooms In the building suitable for a small busl ness FOR RENTA furnished room in a rest convenient to business part of town and depot Apply at Urn News uaice J FOR SALE FOIL 8ALE A young horse Iron gray tour years ol f trainee to work suitable for farm work riding or llghtharnes prlceilI2i II L SHANKS Home Ind SALE 6 room cottage for saloon Main street Hardlnsburg Will sell at onco IWED COX Hardlusburg Ky- FOR SALEI burner DotroItJowelI gas stove oven and broiler A bargain Used about 0 months W A HOPK News otfce- HEATER and cooker combined stove for News oUlco ALEScholarsblpin Howling Green University Howling Green Ky Breck oaridge News n FOR SALE Good Livery business In Ir Ky consisting of nine horses 13 vehicles Good reason for selling Snap If taken utonco EDWIN II JOLLY FOR SALE Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Pure bred Sows and Guilts a Specialty Furnished in Pairs not Related E P HARDAWAY- R No1 IRVINGTON KY Farm Wanted IWish to bear from OVNEnt sell DIRECT TO BUYERS Igood farm of any size In any loca ity partlcularaboutlocationOWNERS who are wllllnir to close their own deal direct w 1th no Y ER without paying any com mission to anyone I am no agent and accept no commission I wish to con nect my HUNDHEDH OV JIUYKIIH With OWNERS so they can huy direct and save paying a fancy price to some to IWrltcqnlcklyI lowest NY L priceII Clerks Elbow To remove shiny spots from coat elbows and trousers scats said a clerk Ill tell you how It Is done The sun was strung on him as upon his lofty stool he munched his mid day sandwich from thin Ink smeared fingers but on his old clerks coat and old trousers no shiny spots roflcctpp thought Clerks elbow such spots a o called ho salt Its like housemaids knot To cure It you soak the glitter- Ing spot In cold water for half an hour Thou you take a tcasql tlmfs a- very still thistleand you rub tho spot with It till a nap or fuzz Is ralsod up Then with a clothesbnish you lay the nap down the right way and presto tho shine is gonolNew Orleans TimesDemocrat What Ho Wanted Bo careful young man You know tho oW saying Marry In Imsto and ro pont at leisure Thats why Im rushing thing What T want Is leisure Exchange When fortune falls us the supposed friends of our prosperous days vftolsb PisutuM- U f- u Single Cole l White Leghorns From the very best strains Excellent Layersyy Eggs 75c for 15rsrsn rsr- sA H MURRAY CLOVER PORT 1 r F 1 YOU Have Yourself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You J p Eyes Tested FREE J IIGlasses Guaranteed + lSevers Drug Coerr 1 L BANK OF CLOVERPORTIncorporated mh Capital Surplus and r UndividedProfits 2200000 ttt SafeSound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful1 attention as larger ones and we appre ciate your business and in i fluence Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT KY IIilll Jr SALE dwelling com llFOR Cistern and of High building base Sts sell at a bargain or ex for dwelling house in lWi11 ROBERTS rwr41 HaruMnsburff Ky John Lawson dr Mr and Mrs John Lawson are be Ing showered with cogratulatipn on the arrival of John Lawson Jr at their home Wednesdayni J i t r Wt3flrp t A WORD OF WARNING A Violation Of Tilt Postal Law To Place Advertising Matter In Mail Boxes Unless Stamped The News would like to warn all of our rural friends against depositing arty thing in rural mail boxes except their own letters or other mail There have been a number of farmers stud stock men fined In other counties of the State because bills with their stock advertised thereon were found in a number of boxes along the routes Any thing intended to jjo to any patron of any mail route is required by the post ollice department to be deposited with the postmaster stamped and addressed or placed itf bulk in ones own mail ljoxfor the rural carriers to dis tribute It is not the purpose of the government to let any person touch or open any mall box not their own except the rural carriers and the boxes while the private property of the patrons are not to be used as private property or between neighbors A Bjby 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 Farmers College in Washington Five hundred farmers and their wives were at the 0 R N station this evening to welcome the State college de monstration train The train stopped here two hours the farm lectures were given by Professors Lawrence Severance Olson and others The train consisted of five coaches one flat car of improved machinery and one car of cattle hogs horses and sheep from the college farm The contents of the cars were examined by the farmers and their wives with interest In one of the coaches a lecture was given on raising corn to boys under eighteen years and several of the boys took samples of the corn and will plnnt a quarter of an acre each for the best of which the college will give prizes ranging from 81 to 100 Erough orn will be given away on this trip of the train for 1000 boys to plant a quarter acre each Professor Severance takes the boys into n separate car and instructs them in the art of planting cultivating and harvesting the cornTho seed was grown on the college farm und is thoroughly acclimatedGarfield cor respondence Seattle Post Intelligencer Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamity often happens because a careless boatman ignores the rivers warnings growing ripples and faster current Natures warnings nre kind That dull pain or ache in the buck warns you the Kidneys need atten tion if you would escape fatal maladiesI 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 Balk Tenu Only sOc at Severs Drug Store i Mr Boyds Will Probated In Owensboro The will of Alexander Boyd signed at Cloverport on February 18 1895 was DOCTORADVISED r OPERATION Cured byLydiaEPinkhams Vegetable CompoundP- aw Paw MichI suffered terrl bl from fonmleills- including inllam congestion years My doctor said there was no hope for me but an operation I began taking Lydia E VegetahIe I can now say I am a well woman EMMA DUAIEIt Another Operation AoJdcdII Chicago Ill I know what that wonderful medicine Lydia E Pinklmms Aregetablo Coirl thebestdie if I did not have an operation and yagaintroubles so that I suffered day nut LydiaEand it made me n well womanMrsAjAENA SPERLOTO 11 Langdon St llLLydIa Vegetable Com pound made from roots and herbs has proved to be the most successful remedy for curing the wprgfc forms of displacementsinflammation larities periodic pajns backache bear indigestionbut a trifle to try it1nnd the result has been worth to many suffering women one of the instruments probated On his will Air Boyd leaves all his property to his wife for her use luring her life time and at her death the property is to- go equally to his six children Henry C Boyd Lizzie C Boyd George A Boyd Charlie P Boyd Frank L Boyd and Kathie L Buyd A codicil recites the fact that the wife of the testutor died in iu the year 1900 and therefore the rro perty is to go to the children Cash ad vances are charged to some f the heirs Frank L Boyd of Oweisboro is uamed as administrator Owensboro Inquirer Stops itching instantly Cures piles eczema salt rheum tetter itch hives herpes scabies Doans Ointment At any drug store Ninety Dollars Saved A 90 certificate on Baldwin Piano Co for sale cheap Any person desir ing to purchase a piano or piano player will nave money by purchasing this cer tificate Address News office CloverI port Ky No Sand In Sandpaper Tacrc Is no sand In sandpaper said the manufacturer It is powdered glass that docs the business Thats where the broken bottles go to He nodded toward a mass of broken bottles In the yard We powder the glass Into half n dozen grades he said We coat our paper with an even layer of hot glue Then without loss of time we spread on the glass powder Finally we run a wooden roller lightly over the sheets to give them a good surface When In the past they made sandpaper of sand It wouldnt do a quarter of the work that glass paper does Cincinnati Enquirer 200 childrens knee pant suits good values at 180 will go at 98c at W J Schopps Stephensport Ky WHAT FOLKS SAY ABOUT THE NEWS Dear Mr Babbage Please find check for anotncr years visit of that dear old friend the News Years ago it made itself a place In my hear t and there it remains I think it will remain so long as I am of the earth Its like a lletter from home II Yours very truly 0 B Bates care of United States Tea Co Scottdale Pa 000 Enclosed find check for 50 cents for the News 0 months as I can not do without it Elizabeth Prymirc Garfield Ky 000- I could not get along without the News I think it is improving all the time I enjoy the work as cor respondent Miss Hailie Beatty I Yarned Ky I 000 Many thanks for the nice item about our twinsGtr and Mrs E S Snefllejd Chicago 000 Dont stop the Buffalo Bill stories We arc enjoying themJ S McCoy Bcwlcyville Ky7J 000 1 Please send limy bureau of infor mation the News to 1007 Mt Ver non St No matter whafcI am doing when the mail man brings the News I stop and read it I certainly enjoy it Lula Owen Matthews Philadel phia 000 We simply can not do without our own copy of the News All three Morrison families take their own paper and of course we dont have to bother about borrowing it from each otherMr and Mrs Clyde Morrison No false pretense has marked the career of E ys Cream Balm Being en tirely harmless it is not responsive like the Cutarrh snuffs and powders for minds shattered by cocaine The great virtue of Elys Cream Balm is that it speedily and completely overcomes naval catarrh and liny fever Back of this statement is the testimony of thousands and a reputation of many years success All druggists sOc or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York 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 occursEditor Best 44 unbleached cotton equal to sea island at 4 78cat W J Schopps Stephensport Ky The Gordian Knot When one of Uncle Sams sailors n man named Gordon formerly serving on one of our vessels lu a West Indian squadron was taken to the Naval hos pital in Washington he described with grewsome vividness to his companions there his adventure with a shark off one of the islands In the West Indies I had jest fell over the bulwarks said the able seaman when along comes a big shark an grabs me by the leg What did ye do then matey ask ed one of the patients- I never disputes none with sharks said the sailor I let him have the leg Harpers Weekly OASTO mil XAgearefilelie W You HavB Always fitt Signature of t r I The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company ftt I fB F BEAR ID DIUECTOUStPrcsidentCapital 50000Morris EykridgoI M II BEARD Surplus and Un GTrT3batd i r D S lliolrardsanz cttshicrtdivided Profits Dr A M KinchplQO1 r PAUL COMPlON V Robcrtsopt 1c1 Assistant Cnshtar F Beard j Pays 3 per cent on time depositsno more Three per cent is as much as 1- 1i the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed bank can afford to pay A6It 11 J 1 JI f A Composers Compliment Wagner once said he would profer to go to Vienna to hear the waltzes of Strauss to hearing Italian opera On yearsImany musicians She passed around a fan on which the different composers and players were writing their names and excerpts from compositions of their own When It reached Brahms ho penned thefirst measure of the Blue Danube waltz and signed beneath Not I regret to say by your devoted friendI Johannes Brahm- sSTOMACH DISTRESS And all Misery from Indigestion Vanishes Five Minutes Later Every family here ought to keep some Diapepsin in the house as any ono of you might have an attack of Indigestion or Stomach trouble at any time day 01 nightThis harmless preparation will digest anything you eat and overcome a sour stomach five minutes afterwards If your meals dont tempt you or what little you do eat seems to fill you or lays like a lump of lend in your stomach or if you Lave heartburn that is a sign of Indigestion Ask your Pharmacist for a 50 cent case of Papes Diapepsin and take one trlangule after supper tonight There will be no sour risings no belching cf undigested food mixed with acid no stomach gas or heartburn fulness or heavy fteliug in the stomach Nausea Debilitating Headaches Dizziness or In testinal griping This will all go and besides there will be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous ordors Papas Diapepsiu is n certain cure for all stomach misery because it will take hold of your food and digest it just the same as if your stomach wasnt there Actual prompt rtlief for all your stom ach misery is at your tharmacist wait ing for you- These llarge 5C cent eases contain more than sufficient to cure a case of Dysotpsia of Indigestion Pensive Butlers The fashion of building houses with the entrance doors practically on a level with ship street gives the observ- Ing stroller on Fifth avenue some bu morous glimpses of butlers on duty In the house of one of themost lash ionable families in town the butler can be seen standing behind the bronze grill and glass doors staring disconso lately out at the passJng throng for most of the afternoon while across the street from this house the same kind of an entranceway often dis closes a glimpse of a functionary of the same class seated In a poetical at titude by a circular marble table his head supported by his hand Outside of a hospital they are probably the saddest looking men In New York New York Press Subscribe Now pprrttMrIrlrrirrrrrrirtrrtrerrrret Otrrrratrrdrtrarrtrrtrrprrr y I IFor a Limited Time 1 YOU CAN GETcI The Louisville Timessj i Regular Price 500 a Year x I AND Ci c i i The Breckonridge News I Iii iiBoth One Year For 1 i i fC 4 ItIe350 i 4 I Send Your Subscription i Right Away I I i JII C fjt Two Papers for the Price of one Oafs4aaAaeketkatSekdR4e 5sst7 ilarISt StStARkkitil QAaitakithwI1 o 111FROST1 1 = = 70 + tyli4liY =oBABLY JKltStiYWAKKntXn UUIiLUiTIJ IJkJlQ- BTttifcrikil 8VOCm1JOS AWItflTATECKnt BJIOKTBTRJIMU TWiWAKKFliaD- C heIsrtle t A lHt later FloAT DUTCH M i WV Jdtirlitrt Flat used uitj Uu GuctaauM lAiznlru Ut t ClbUca j PRICE In loll 01110t 4 iii tIl JU per Ii S to S Ia tt tU5 per a U CB tad over Bl flH per m F 0 Do YOUNGS ISLAND S COu Special Express Rates ca Plants Is Very Low i We grew the first Frost Proof Plants in 1868 Now have over twenty thousand satisfied customers and we have grown and sold more cabbage plantsthaa all other persons in the Southern states combined WHY because our plants must please or we send your money back Order now it is time to set these plant in your sec moneyM I Y Eminent Authorities say that outdoor exercise is needed by the American People Thats all very well but how can people with rheumatism follow that advice The answer is very simpleuse Ballards Snow Liniment and the rheumatism will go leaving you as spry as a colt Gives quick and permanent relief from rheumatism neuralgia llame back and all pains Sold by A R Fisher I Best AmericanSimpson Calicoes at 4 78cat W J Schopps Stephensport Icy DR W M CASPER Ji I 1 DENTIST At Cloverport every Wednesday and Thurs day at Dr Llffhtfopts Offlco H DeN nOORMAN Attorney at Law- UARDINSBURO KY thoCourts S for Special attention given tocollections road cases and criminal practice License t to vOfQcQorer t Subscribe Right No j hr 0rT 01 it10Jill 0 rGOOI ItQIIcIOJIQIcI II t o = Jill 10Jill 0JIl 0JjC il COMPLETE LINE OF i 1 r 4 t 0 AND1Q J 0 uptoDaten f1 u 0I1Qlii1 IrT I ir fcxt DJi H 1tMR JM l W r x h 1t- 1 II 0 I At Lower Prices Than Anybodyy t4 BUGGIES AT 30 35 40 50 60 and 759tlf1 r a- I r 0r I u o J D ASHCRAFT Irvington + Ky 011O1 Jill 10J Jill ttOlilt01IIts10 tCHOEZ3 QO CZD QOrJQO JI 10 u0 Jt l4i li eI n Z1 w- r tl s I7 o f r n n a- II i Ii IirtctAUd What It Does l rT The women who have exerted theI Ireatest80lal Inlluence have not intGllectuahnFt I woman Mrs Octavia Le Vert of Alabama whose reputation for social i harm and popularity was Interna I tloiial She hud a pleasing and at ti l Cultivated intelligence and she had w supreme tacta possession that en I t aWed her to please all classes tot reconcile social differences to be the friend mid counseor of statesmen the confldantand adviser of ambitious young men and timid young women A young man who had been sent by his county in Alabama to represent it In the Legislature attended a reception r at the state capital city He was Countrybred unused to society the brilliant gathering awed him ands overlooked by his hostesshe sat silent and depressed Mrs Le Vert was there the center of admiring friends Her quick eye discovered the young stranger and she came and sat bestddMiim With tactful art she drew him out of his embarressed self conscious mood and led him to talk of his home and his people finally of his ambitious hopes and plans When she had succeeded in reviving his Self esteem she introduced him to jgHome of her friends and he greatly enjoyed the occasion In later life when he had won a reputation he spoke with feeling of Mrs Le Verts kindness that evening It saved me he said from become ing embittered and discouraged and possibly from giving up my hope of a public careerMary E Bryan in tjncle RemussThe Home Magazine for April If Id Rather Ore Doctor than have my feet cut off said M L filneham of Princovllle Ill but youll die from gangrene which had eaten away eight of his toes if you dont 11said all doctors Instead be used Bucklens Arnica Salve till wholly cur ed Its cures of Eczema Fever Sores Boils Burns and Piles astound the wcrld storeIfFarriler Will Control- Accordingto r E H Harriman the railway magnate the farmer will be j the onF who in the future will control the industrial situation In discussing his viewpoint Mr Harriman said ur1he farmer will be in control of i the situation He has been getting rich and he will be richer He will furnish a great deal of capital for Illegitimate uses and our prosperity J depends upon the purposes for which this money is used IfJt goes Into legitimate development and the ordi nary channels of business this coun try will be better otToBut if it is tied up in new schemes in the building of new railroads or put in places where it will be readily accesssible it is go tug to be hard for those who need money at regular and wellknown in WNMN as Will as Mum vi XlllsIfabllb- y Kidney aid Bladder Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discouraucsaudlcssensanibltion beauty vigor and when the kidneys are out of or has mon for a child to be afflicted weak kidneys If the child urinates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage It is yet afflicted with bed wet ting depend upon it thecause of the diffi culty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs This trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a miser able with kidney and bladder trouble SwampRoot is soon realized It is sold by druggists m fifty cent and onedollar muyhaveby mail free also a pamphlet telling all cheerfulness soon disappear order easedKidneytrouble with unpleasant supposeWomen made remedyThe about SwampRoot Ii i Swunphwu including many of the thousands of testi monial letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle tervals It cannot be denied that many men have been at work many of the lagging industries have revived and the outlook is hopeful Capital must be Invested so that men may not be l I idleSalesof Fine Stock W R Moorman Son Glendeane Ky liave sold their yearling Cruicks hank bull to Mr Will Arms of Mc Daniels Ky They also report sale of four Poland China gilts to Mr John R Parker of Monroe Ky Farmers Home Journal Heavy impure blood makes a muddy pimply complexion headaches nausea indigestion Thin blood makes you j3ittars restores petfect health Purchase Fine Horses Beard Brothers of Hardlnsburg Ky continue to add to their show string and stud They bought this I GlenII Barney May by Peavin Also the 3 year old saddle stallion Montgom cry by Montgomery Chief dam Glenworth Maid by Chesterfield and the aged stallion Chester Crest by Richmond Wqulrrel dam Nannie Garrett the dam of Chester Dare Farmers Home Journal I For Lame Back r f fr w An aching back is iinstantly relieved by an fj fjapplication of Sloans Liniment This liniment takes the plate of massage and r is better than sticky plasters It penetrates without rubbing through the skin and muscular r tissue right to the bone quickens the blood r i relieves congestion and gives permanent as temporary relief V v 44 Sloans J i o t f fJi f t j Liniment vyrhas no equal as a remedy for friys a anypaini = vor points X prfo K l 600sad 100 prEr Silo Boiton Mau U S A MBtfreej IiIIIiII1 f H I j aAt f tlI tt u 1 C e l dis prevalentthat born Jvel1as TABLE NAPKINS An Amusing History of This Very Indispensable Article Curiously enough time table napkin now deemed almost Indispensable was first used only by children and was adopted by elder members of the family only about tho middle of the fifteenth century In etiquette books of an earlier date among other sago pieces of advice for children are In structions About wiping their fingers and lips with their napkins It seems that tho tablecloth was long enough to reach the floor and served the grown people In place of napkins When they did begin to use napkins they placed them first on the vshouldcr then on the left arm and finally tied them about the neck A French writer who evidently was con servative and did not welcome the napkin kindly records with scorn Tho napkin Is placed under the chin and fastened In the back as If one was going to be shaved A person told mo that he wore his that way that ho might not soil his beautiful frills It was a difficult matter to tie the two corners In the back and It Is said that thence originated our expression for straitened circumstances Hard to make both ends meet This custom led to the habit shown by waiters of carrying a napkin across the left arm Napkins became popular In Franco sooner than In England At one tlmo It was customary nt great French din ners to change the napkins at every course to perfume them with rosewater and to have them folded a different way for every guest About 1050 Pierre David published a Malstrc dHostcl which teaches how to wait on patrons properly and how to fold all kinds of table napkins In nil kinds of fancy shapes The shapes were square twisted folded In bands In the form of double and twisted shells single shell double melon single melon cock hen and chickens pigeon In the basket par tridge pheasant two capons in a pie hare two rabbits sucking pig dog with a collar pike carp turbot miter turkey tortoise the holy cross and the Lorraine cross Up Before The Bar N H Brown nn attorney of Pitts field Vt write We have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for years mind find then such a good family medicine we wouldnt be without them For chills constipation biliousness or sick head ache they work wonders 25c at Severs Drug Store Burley Tobacco Men Meet The Executive Committee of the Bur lay Tobacco Society met at Winchester Ky last Tuesday Over one hundred hogsheads out of the amount sold the American Tobacco Company were re turned as funkpd and they discussed the matter of fixing a price on this Mr H A Walker of Louisville was there to represent the American Tobacco CompanyFarmers Home Journal 500 pair pants worth 150 to 250 will go at 90c at W J Schopps Stephensport Ky- Consciencd Conscience warns against that which Is wrong Conscience prompts and ap proves that which is right Every intelligent tobacco grower who Is opposing organization crop regula tion and pooling by farmers is going against his conscience Every farmer who is preparing to grow a bumper crop of burley in 1909 is doing so against his conscience Conscience is the knowledge of ones own thoughts and actions Conscience is the moral sense The majority of tobacco growers are intelligent enough to know that if the organizations go down and pooling is not maintained that there will be no protection for farmers against the schemers who robbed them for so long There isnt a single tobacco raiser In all this tobacco section whose con science does not warn against an effort to grow more than 80000000 pounds of burley with hardly enough labor to grow that much There are few growers whose judgment whose business sense doesnt pronounce against such effort What then actuates those who are preparing to make such effort What but the meanest things In hu man nature selfishness and greed Those are the things that are deaden ing the conscience and blunting the judgment of those men What wonder then that what does that blinds those men to the position theyre placing themselves in toward their neighbors They are so blinded that they cant see that they by their actions make for dissepsion disturbance enmity They cant see that the respect of their fellow men is worth more to them than many crops of tobacco at a high price They cant see that to lose that respect and by mean actions create the opposite of respect will mean their removal from the community orlivingln It unhappily Tobacco Tidings OAl fXf OeXA u Peers tea Here Maefs ii- f9lgaatmue at G- v Ple-t J II v = S HOME ENDORSEMENT Hundreds of Cloverport Citizens Can Tell You All About it Home endorsement the public expression of Cloverport people should be evidence beyond dispute for every Clover port reader Surely the experience of friends and neighbors cheerfully given by them will carry more weight than the utterances of strangers residing In faraway places Read the following Price Graham Railroad St Clover port Ky says 1 can recommend Doans Kidney Pills as n remedy that will live up to representations Fur four years I suffered from disordered kidneys and the secretions were much toftcquent in passage forcing me to rise several times during the night When ever I caught cold it was sure to settle in my Kidneys and greatly aggravate my trouble My buck ached severely and when I stooped I was seized by sharp twinges through my loins The ache in my back at nigh greatly dis turbed my rest and In the morning rose feeling lame and sore I was very nervous the slightest work tired me and 1 often felt dull and languid Doans Kideny Pills procured at Fishers thug store relieved uie in a short time and it required but the contents of four boxes to effect o complete cure I can state that this cure has proven to be a permanent one and it gives me pleasure to recomfltend Doans Kidney Pills to others afflicted in a similar manner For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co New York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansand take no other rTest Your Corn Do not plant a grain of corn until the ear from which that grain came has been tested for germination strength If you buy seed corn buy only in the ear Dont buy shelled seed corn under any consideration Tested corn assures a good stand a good stand assures a good crop It Is just as easy to have a good stand as a bad one It is cheaper to cultivate a good stand than it is to cultivate a bad one Good Roads Pointers Statute labor very often does harm by causing the township funds to be spent on a statute labor basis by pathmasters who may he good farmers but who have not the first idea of how ta build a road that will last A road that in the spring and fall has to be sampled in glass jars is not a good road The greatest injury is done to roads in the spring Use tile to keep the foundations dry and traffic cannot cut through H good crust train the surface of the roads b t at the same time do not forget that mud HOW ONE MAN SOLD illS FARM A Minnesota Farmer success fully tries new longdis tance plan of selling FOURTEEN MEN IN SIX DIFFERENT STATES WANT HIS PLACE Makes sale without aid of real estate agent and doesnt pay a cent commission i Cass Co Minnesota Special Correspond Intenselyinterestedneighbors Mr II St John who owned a farm In Cass County has succeeded In selling It at his own prIce without the help of a real estate agent and without paying a cent In commission lie could have sold tho farm fourteen times over as ho had that number of men after it In the course of a conversation with yourcorrcspondent Mr St John saId t Yes I sold my farm without any troublo and for the 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 tnroU2hlocallope of being able to sell when I happened to conerrtknownRochester N Y Who ninko n business of find ing buyers for anything one wants to sell I wroto to these people tor their plan and I received a letter from Mr Dnrbyshlre the PresI dent of the Corporation together with a copy of uptoilateseatthemhave sent to prospective buyers all over the country because Ireceived no less than fourteen letters from men who wanted my place and these letters came from Iowa Illinois Missis sippi Wisconsin and Nebraska and othcrStates outside of Minnesota You can Imagine that with such a demand I had no trouble In making a sale and I sold my farm to a man In Iowa at my own price and whats more to tho point 1 anyonoIconcern apd I am delighted with tho treatment they gave me They did everything for me that they agreed to do and I never would have been able to sell so quickly without their assistance because it is hard to sell through an agent and even it an agent does find a buyer you have to originatedbyheard of and ho seems to bo able to find buyers for nil kinds of properties no matter where they locatedMr succcssIn selling his farm+ was LeonardDarbyshirebooklet tells of a new and successful method of finding buyers for farms and real estate busI ness plopertles automobiles patents and n fact ispufnmadebythe real estate agents has met with remarkable success and owners throughout tho country are opportualtytomalncd in tho hands of real estate agents who failed to 4o11 for the reason that the oommisslon Which tho acenf placed upon tho property killed tho sate It Is said Mr Leonard Darbyshlre tthe president of this concern isdolng more to assist property owners to sell than all the real estate IIgents In America and anyone wIsh lug to dlsPoso of anything anywhere at any prlCO could do well to wrho to Leonard Darby fjiYaivlnRMcidcR cxplalatng his new method of ael Ine CashierIrAsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANKOrganized 1 872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in verylatestInterest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited w tHlM w r r r z I May Magazines g Delineatorg i McClure Century li Telephone order youIM JOHN D BABBAG- EOKLAHOMA I J =7 If you are coming to OKLAHOMA write or see me I have Goal Timber and Agricultural Lands and Town Lots FRED B EICHLING ATTORNEY AT LAW PORUM OKLA Reference First National Bank and Bank of Commerce THE 1 andFifthM ri 1 making a ZOO rate A I H0prnciT ffi M w Street cars pass thin door to nil Lr m r mLOUISVIllej PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr II- TJI m 1909II I 1909 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY READ JIP Swttftuj ImtYOUR SHARE GET FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS The Latest Kentucky MapUp To 1909Full and Complttt Engraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of J3cno Printed in colors on heavy map paper It contains six pages SSzSO inches The Chart alone is worth JlfiO The Portraits of all the Kentucky Governors some of them very rare one the only picture of its kind in existence There are nine other maps of great value among them a map of the United States the Philippines Hawaii Porto RIco and the Panama Canal Zone also map of the World The Atlas shows portraits of all the Presidents the Rulers of all Nations with Coats of Arms and Wags A page is 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road is worse than mud onI top Use tilo to keep the subsoil dry There is more tirue and energy waste in dirving through bad roads than would be required to build good roads three times as long Do not grade the roads any wider than is necessary to travel Every additional foot of width adds largely to the cost of not let water stand on the surfaceI of a gravel or stone road either in the wheel tracks or pools It costs less t0Y drain water off the road thuu to pile anew n gravel and stone year after year world Party Miss Ray Lewis Heyser and Mr Lafe TJehen Miss Reba Lewis and Mr went to Louisville Saturday t attend the I Till Kind You Have Bears the Signature of w rrJO I Augustus E Wlllson I IIMonths Months THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT accommodate maintenance- Do Municipal Exposition Osca- Dickey Exposition CASTORIAFor Always Bought l r ti b InterestingdCORRECT ENGLISH I How to Use it y A Monthly Magazine Devoted to j tho use of English X JOSEPIIiNE TURCK BAKER Editor PARTIAL CONTENTS The Correct Word Queries and Answers Shall and Will Should and Would How to Use Them PronuncIation Century Diction ary Correct English in the Ll Home Correct English in the FiatrGrammaroCourse Writing Punctuation Business English for the Business Man Compound WordsHow to Write Them Studies in English Literature AGENTS WANTED- 1aYear t 8008 lOofor Sample Copy + CORRECT ENGLISH Chicago III Pleaso mention paper 1811 1ik 3Jr9li 1171It11r 1 J I n F STEPHENSPORT Mr and Mrs It A Smith went to Louisville Friday for a few days stay with relatives Mrs Ditto and Mrs John hawof Hardinsburp were guests of Mr and- o Mrs R S S kill ntlln Saturday Mrs George Driskel is improving at this writing There were several from this place at tunded the funeral of Miss Ella Gibson at Sample Sunday Mrs A V Whitworth and children were guests of Mrs R A Shellninn Siturday Mrs R S Skillman is still in a very critical condition Lafe Williams and family have moved u wn on Jim Thiius farm Mrs John Adair spending the week In Hawesville Mr and Mrs Frank Hook and little daughter of Hardlnsburg were guests of Mrs S H Dix last week George Barkley went to Irvington Saturday to visit relatives Mrs Earnest Smith and Mrs Chas Yaggouer anti little daughter were in Cioverport oQe day last week There was quite a crowd gathered diwn on Front street Friday to see the rotor boat Brer Fox She seemed- to be only hitting the water in the high placesWm Blaine has returned from FloridaLittle Star Atkinson left last week for- Diorganfield to visit her grandparents- Mr and Mrs R Ar Shellman and Mrs G W Payne spent the day Sun day on Orchard Hill the guests of Mr and Mrs P D Hawkins IIDr Thomas Electric Oil is the best remedy for that often fatal disease cioup Has been used with success in our family for eight yearsMrs L Whlteacre Buffalo N Y The Only Way To the Gleaners way of thinking there art but two ways to look at the pooling proposition The farmer must either join the pool or be at the mercy of the Trust Th3 facts are that for three or four years before the pool was form ed the Trust took the tobacco for practi cally nothing Since the pool was form al the price has been doubled The to bacco raiser ought to be able to figure out for himself which has been and will he host for him The management of the poole may not have lren perfect and it is unreasonable to expect that every one will be pleased no matter how well it may be managed But a manage urut that enables the tobacco raiser to get twice as much through it as he did through the Trust is not Ito be sneezed at we are here to tell you Henderson Gleaner Large lot of Childrens Boys Hisses and Ladies Shoes some cost as much as 250 will go for 25c to 68c pair at W J Schopps Stephensport Ky Valuable Timber A fleet Of white oak logs passed down the Kentucky River this week It was destined for Cincinnati by water and from thence the logs will be shipped by rail to Quebec and from thence to Liverpool England whore they will be used for the great ocean liners old for the interior of English battle ships It iis said the shipment is valued at seventy five thousand dollars Winchester1 Dem ocrat 25 Ibs best granulated sugar at 123 at W J Schopps Stephensport Ky What time will the clock stop City Built By Advertising Van Nordon Magazine Do you believe in advertising Los Angeles does Little more than a generation ago Los Angeles was a Mexican pueblo of ten thousand souls and a few lleabitten dogs To day it is an uptodate city with near- lyI 00000 people progressive busy educated people who enjoy as much culture as the eastern cities that boast of more The commercial organizations of this western metropolis have spent In the last ten years directly nearly four hundred thousands dollars in telling what a fine place to live in Los Angeles is Newspapers maga zines train timetables street cars handbills posters billboards every where has been blazoned forth the virtues of Los Angeles Persons who have never been within 3000 miles of the city speak of it as the paradise on earth And has this advertising paid Ask a man from Los Angeles- It has been the same with Los An geles though as with any marketable product You must believe in your wares Now the southern Californian believes in Los Angeles as he believes in his appetite To him theres no place like it whats more he tells people so He tells them in such a way that they tell others The answer one of the finest cities in the Union clockWhat time will the Dear Sir You will find enclosed check for 100 for which please send me the Brecken ridge News for a year I have done without the News just as long as I can and must have it It is just like a letter every Week Hoping to receive the News next weekI remain yours truly Mrs W H Hynch Floyd Co Allen Ky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Regular Ilomeseeters excursions to the South and Southwest on April 6 to 20 May 4 and 18 June 1 and 15 July 0 and 20 Aug 3 and i7 Sept 17 and 21 and Oct 5 and 10 31 Cloverport to Louisville and re turn May 1 2 Jl1 good to return May 23 Also May 5 8 12 15 18 20 22 good to return two days from date of sale on account of spring races 300 Roundtrip Cloverport to Louis clllo and return May 10 11 12 and 13 Good to return May 22 on account of Southern Baptist Convention 1045 Cloverport to Ashland Ky and return on account of Grand Com mandry Knight Templars of Kentucky I May 1718 good to return May 23 IVJIr hw1 le JtI aShoes1 lot childrons low sizes 8fc to 2 worth 125 sale price751 lot slippers worth 100 sizes 13 to 2 sale price 25 1 lot shoes worth 150 to 250 sizes 2i to 4 at 100 Also a big line of the latest and new est Oxfords in patent leather oxbloods and tans at the lowest prices Mattings worth 12c at 10 Mattings worth 15c at 12 worth 20c at 15 Mattings worth 25o at 20 worth 35c at 25 Ingrain carpets worth 40c at 30 Ingrain carpets worth 50o at 35 i Hats car trimmed lad I you big money on DUKES I Miss Martha Cabal is very 111 at this writtlnjr Lee Campbell was in Hawesville Fri dayMiss Mary Davis of Midway spent Sunday here last week theguest of Mis i Jessie Wheatley- Mr and Mrs Emmelt Hall were in Hawesville Saturday shopping Alex Powers visited friends at Pates ville Saturday Homer Tindel left last Wednesday for parts unknown Edd Powers spent Sunday at Midway the guest of Ralph Shaw Rev J F Drear of Clifton will fill his regular appointment here Saturday night and Sunday The Ladies Missionary Society meet on Saturday before the third Sunday in each month The Young peoples So ciety meets every Wednesday night John Cahal of Sebree Ky was called to the bod side of his mother Mrs Martha Cahal who is very ill Mr and Mrs Bowling of Roseville spent several days here laat week and attended the wedding of her sistor Mrs Margrett Basham Mrs Oscar Knusjentof Goeringspent Sunday her mother Mrs Fannie Clnra Campbell spout Wednes day evening at Patesvillt visiting Mrs Betty Clark Miss Clara Duke spent Wednesday with her sister Mrs Ola Campbell Mr and Mrs John Duke went to Vic toria Sunday to see her mother Mrs Brown who is ill Bornto the wife of Bill Tom Duruett a big girlApril 19th A little daughter Lillian arrvied at the home of Mr and Mrs Jack Burnett April 16 K Sapp speut a few days last weeek in Owensboro visiting relatives and friends Chas Campbell is ablo to be out again after a severe illiness of several days Miss Margrett Basham of this place and Edward Cox of St Louis were married at the home of the bride Sunday What time will the clock stop Rosa Viola Sippel Wins a Dollar Prize The Kentucky Little Citizens a most interesting magazine published in Louisville for girls and boys has the following to say about Rosa Viola SippelSome is shown in the general run of letters from the young writers this week Rosa Viola Sippel of Cloverport is entitled to the first prize She has written about her fa vorite book and told in brief the story of the book In some respects this is not as good as an entirely originial composition but Rosa has written a letter of exceptional neatness has been careful of her spelling and punctuation- and must necessarily have taken much pains with her composition- I have read many good books but The Wide Wide World is the best I have ever read It was about a little girl elegy en years old whose name was Ellen Montgomery Her mother was an invalid and was going on a tour to Europe for her health with her husband who had business there They were not going to take Ellen W Ai IY IY Mens1 lot mens hats at 50 Also a nice line of mens and young mens Felt and Straw hats in the newest things of the season at from 100 to 250 Stetson hats at 400 worth 500 Clothing clothing All the latest and newesljl styles in young mens suits t I 1 lot suits at 350 worth 500 1 lot suits at 598 worth 750 to 8 50 1 lot suits at 1000 worth 1250 1 lot suits at 1250 worth 1500 1 lot at 1550 worth 1750 Odd pants from 125 to 400 a pair White Goods and- Embroidery India Linen worth 12io at lOc TWO GRATEFUL HEALTiVWOMEttJ IIr We are heart ily glad that we learned about PerunaThank you for the good Peruna has done for me I was a suf fererfor two years to day am well j with them but send her to her Aunt Fortune Emersons to stay with her until they came homeiUss Emerson was very mean to Ellen and would not give her the letters her mother sent There was a man working on her aunts farm whose name was Mr Van Brunt He was very kind to her and they became verv firm friends Soon Ellen found a friend Miss Alice Humphrey Alices father was a minister Her brother John was studying for the ministry and she had no mother They were such friends that Alice and her brother called Ellen their little sister Ellens aunt and Mr Van Brunt got married after which Alice died and Ellen went to the parsonage to live and take Alices place with India 15c at 1 at at 50o lino 5o to of at 5c to 16c yard to i I line of 1 of and If you to a for it will pay to you buy at 898 II F11 Trouble 1 I r some I was troubled for five years with on the hands and ai severe i J internal trouble with For two years Iused remedies i without lasting benefit 11 Pour of Peruna cured my troubles 8P that n0 trace j j1 t i of them is left I feel better than I over did before to lirHarts j man and U1 I shall be glad to answer any that come to ate in regard to this i i I letter Pornna is by any medicine for these troubles We i glad that wo learned about tho Poruna Dr has every letter that I sent him free and doeor J i one Who applies to i 4 J M Cramps In Mrs J 0 Jamison Gl Marc ul1t St Watsonvlllo Cal writes- I was troubled with in the stomach for six years said that I had norvons I saw a of a r =Mrs Vawse an old lady was very kind to Ellen and taught her how to read French While in Europe Ellens mother died and her father who was expected homegot lost in a ship wreck Mrs Vawsos Nancy who at Mrs Van Brunts found some letters that had been written to Ellen years after her mothers death her mother had written them stating that Ellen should go to Scot land and stay her grandmother She went and everybody treated her kindly She wanted for nothing only to come back to America and see the ones she loved best which she finally did at the age of about twentyone or twentytwo years of ale Ellens lost gift mother was V Linen worth 12ic White Lawn 25o worth 40c White Chiffon worth 65c Big Embroideries from 100 yardI Big line VallacQs from insertion match Nice ladies neckwear and belts New line Hens neckwear suspenders beltsILadies Suits springfromare going buy suit spring you see before Ladies readymade Skirts worth 500 L Internal Catarrhal 1Idiseasesteczema combined nervousness bottles both entirely whicliipwe Peruna inquiries unsurpassed areiheartily Hartman answered every himStomachI cramps They dyspepsia testimonial man whoso granddaughter worked three fromher piece OOJ j was similar to min9iibelngj6Br8t by Peruna so thought ravdnlci gtvj it a trial I have taken noteenbait ties and am entirely cnredftHave gained in strength andfegh aId feel likeE V different person jt believe 18tuaaitC E all that is claimed loltj vi a Bible and whensHe waiih trpfibie a INrIi she ahvays went tb her Bifalei and at F f last she became avery firm CJiristianj spending an hour ekchdayfn theiituy 1 of her Bible v Rosa Yiot tSitti f 1 Cloverpbrt Ky Rev Graves AffenaV Presbyter iii + rThe Presbytery ofTou1v edoi pleted its spring ae ti Owensboro Thursday il1il- 1fall meetingwiRbdlt gu Among the well clergy s ent was the Rev Er M Y I delivered an addr4 tokcSubscribe Ri I Iii l AA Vr y MI A i i III w w w w I I Alexander Bargains Still S L shoes Carpets Mattings Mattings Mattings ILadies JarboeMrs Improvement Hats SpriuSuit suits twenty of Mercerized of r Spring me F1MRSPAULINE case eirlogitril1 kit Y 1 r t L Skirts at 498 worth 650 jDo2 buy i i 1 1 f I pNice st underwear at the lowest price is PricesMr h SJ t Hoosier cotton 5Qlard B- All c I r Calicos 5o 1 Hope cotton 7q yard Vy It li i r tSi Colored carpet warp 22c White carpet warp 20c 4 1 2 cans corn 16o t f f2 cans Hominy 15c v t t 4 3 cans Tomatoes 250 V r A 3 cansKraut 25c t j Red Kidney Deans fib pound r r 1 Apricots 16ccan r Poaches 15c can f Best Head Rico 3 pounds25Qj Full line of wall paper from 60 to 16c a per bolt it irr 1 y r I r r Our price thisi week cents Half ti 1 t lir f1 ry1 f 0 r 0 u a- a I l ff fmmfK