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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f r o LI NEWStIIh C j ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT U J J j i+ I t CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 5 1909 8 Pates NO 43 IfeiFi ADDING a Pa PIi y Afternoon p1 At1r II oifniiy Home i rifI s Par rents 4Jumber MofG resent r ir r r 1 I T 1iv OFFICIATES j oM irMay the second at thett s parents Mr and teyoccurred one oftHejp 5 j ddlngs that hail taken fc lire county for acme timef wh w Emma T Pate became the wI 6 Mr Herbert Hall The cl ste performed at L two oCIock Bevl Gayer of Irvington Iirt a tacit impressive r tc A d t number of I r yea atY who were cir c e ed tbi patlor he bride and i atbett marohETito therooin to the I sv was most f Ieuingiyruled Ctes Isabelle fndrickscouie ad yanced to thb terf the room e where they ex the offlciat fit tewtriirtar KJtklthe cere nr01i thar 11 i earts one as t 14 Mind flendrIc p Elbe i eautiful rrcleciaf bra floe Alter I t the ceetnpgyths h ppyair receiv f ea the o1 their many i an friends and y antf prepared to j drive werethey will be at homebo then friendd at the home of Mi H F ROIi a sister I of the brlaart t 1- II Mts tafebNdttweaof white taflita silk a shit bunch of whitecs She 13 a Siwrr r woman arMthatJ will be rt liadlis c 1f rfor B d F Bea tl fj and is a M joung m lines and f Nell irkedp tit The 1 f l Nie eyedde r 6 a r ks + s Mrs Lrit 11 Yraiorning n In gendettft o ioaAbiishand i 11t J i raibirother of Mii bt LaHeist- o Kas 44 was a r lovely w gone to rx Henderson rr 1 j Lrttte XTWar a r shatmoona n kp 3 Af t 1 Is Ever Yvlsited friends Taoeday- ii Eyerett we are always Mrs j etijh la grippe t 1 Some f corn v I rawIL re covary irlJ r a MfIIalt ed her Allce i Pftttt u FraVIII ooI- II w nearly dogs whoa lys field l ed th f- k Tar P tbe serioui w it 7Mra I in Ev trying W yj tyMr C Corkrt Christian Our tor tit a town rr aze I- c 4 c person tp r noon tf A k r 1SS Floyd Ilend bf it- y il Nelse rofsitiq lt Piert i =4 1YvpV Clove j dation 1 Iinateadhghey o 50 p ON TO CLOVERPORT On Part of Mr II and E Road Construction Completed on Sectiun West of Math sonville Madisonville Ky April 2gThe Madisonville Hartford and Eastern railroad has completed the section of road west of Madisonville and made connection with the Henderson division of the L N railroad The new time card will bo put into effect Sunday The work on the remainder of the road from this city is progressing and by early fall tho promoters will be oper ating trains When the road is com pleted it will connect with the Louis ville Henderson and St Louis at Clov erport giving through service from Cloverport to Morganfield via Madison vine and Hartford and passing through some of the richest mineral fields of Western Kentucky At Mrs Hardins Wednesday Mr and Mrs Hilary Hardin entertained at dinner a few friends who enjoyed the day immensely The invited guests were Rev and Mrs Lewis Rev and Mrs Currie andchildren Mrs Seaton Mrs Wick DeHaven and Mrs Mary DeHaven BEACH HARGIS IS GUILTY Life Term In Prison The Punish ment Imposed Upon Kentucky Youth Who killed Ills Father Irvine Ky April 28The jury in the case of Beach Harjjis charged with the murder of his father Judge James Hargis reached a verdict of guilty to day and a life sentence was imposed The case was given to the jury yesterday afternoonThis was thje second trial of Hargis the first resulting failure owing to the fact that the jury could not agree on a verdict EXGOV BECKHAM AN EDITOR Frankfort Journal Changes Hands And He Will Direct Editorial Policy Frankfort Kyijf May IIt is an nounced this morning that Editor Walton of the Frankfort Journal has sold his paper to Mr James L New man who for several months has been managing editor of the paper Ex Governor Beckham will have direc tion of the editorial policy of tile Journal thus giving assurance that it will be the leading Democratic c paper in the state- Photographers Galleryat g 0 G Brabrandt of this city willI open a photograph gallery at Bardids burg in rooms on the second floor of theI Farmers Bank Mr Brabandt will be ready for business May 10 He is auI excellent photographer and has beenI most successful iu Cloverport Candidate For County Attorney Mr V G Babbage of Cloverport was in town Monday attending courtr andwhileheremade the announcement that he was a candidate for County Attorney of Breckerirldge county We know of no lawyer better equipped for the position and lie leas done enough fin a public way for Breckenridge county that he should have the office without opposition Hancock Clarion r 4 Louisvillei Market fuiiville May 4 Hogs 7H cents JjIpitaS cents Veal calves 6 coats Mngtt Cows 158 to 435 Sbippng steers tfclSSQi beef steers and fat heifers- rand 6sQ Wheat No 2 red 140 rirai at 10 cents Hens 18 cent jf chickens 15 and 25 cents Wool uWashfcd medhtn127 cents hju 18 cents vtub washed 28 tA J 0ff I r 1 t IRVINGTON ITEMS I SOCIAL NEWS Little City Needs More Homes Town on A BoomPersonal Notes About Folks You Know KNIGHTS HAVE GOuD MEETING The wedding bells are ringing louder than ever in our city Mrs Lawrence Minish and attractive little daughter Miss Eloise of Frank fort were visitors of Mr and Mrs H II Kemper last week J R Wimp went to Owensboro Sun day to see his mother Mrs Kitty Wimp who is very ill Mrs W J Higgott has returned from Henderson where she went to attend a Sunday School convention In one way it speaks wels for a town that there arc no vacant dwellings to be had on the other hand it is a sad reflection on the public spiritedness of the citizens of that same town when good people who are anxions to become residents are forced to move on be cause they can find no place to lay their heads Build more houses to rent at popular prices Help yourself het your town The pupils of the private school assisted by the music pupils of the town will give an entertainment at the schoolhouse on Tuesday evening May 25 0 P Hazzard of Louisville rep resenting The Baldwin Piano Co has placed a handsome vocalion into the Baptist church at this place The con gregation feel justly proud of this marked improvement- Mrs Weedman of Sample is tit guest of Mis Cash Bashaui H H Kemper bought the barber shop owned by T J Adkisson and is now running the business in the same old slund with Mr T R Bland as the bar berA very important and interesting meeting of the Knights of Pythias was hold at their hall Tuesday night Mr1 May of Cloverport was here The heavy wind on last Friday nigh did considerable damage to thq Bapti church tearing the entire roof off on one side of the house The iuslde Iis hurt a little but not as bad as thought at first Mr and Mrs Charlie Ciamberlain entertained very beautifully at their home on Woodland on last Friday after noon The house was decorated iini purple lilacs and all triads of potted plants which were especially pretty The guests played Fortytwo 1 progressively It was one of the pretties affairs given last week and was a charming afternoon for all present De licious refreshments were served E F Alexander spent two days last week in Cincinnati buying goods Mrs Charlie Pemberton after being the guest of Mrs L E Henderson has returned to Louisville Ben S Clarks n of Big Spring was the guest of Mr and Mrs Kemper Sun dayDr L B Moremen was visiting it mother at Brandenburg last week Mrs James Bolin and daughter Reba after a visit to relatives at Fordsvillei returned Saturday John Waller of Hopkinsville was the guest of Miss Evelyn Herndon last week Miss Mary Smith of Guston spent Wednesday of last week with Mr Newsom Gardner Mrs Willard Arnold and two chi1 dren who have been spending sever days visiting relatives at Mitchell a i Fordsville are at home Frank Peyton was at Falls of Roughi last week Mrs Ollie Bolton has returned to Glendeane after being the guest of Mr Walker Brown Mrs Nora Board and children Jack and Helen returned Monday from Har dinsburg where they were the guests oft Mr and Mrs Chnrlie Beard Austin Parks arrived Here on last Monday from Springfield Ind to be the guest of DrSP Parks Mrs J O Chapin and children left Monday for an indefinite visit to rel atives at Owenaboro Tl1eH3Gs Cloverports greatest uccoralors will be in Irvington Mays 10 to 14 Our sample title of Wall Pap and design book of dtcoratlons including every fad and fancy will be on exhi bition at the millinery store of Miss Laura Hale Come and see the line I c NEW STEAM BOAT LINE To Give Cloverport an Indepen dent Line to Louisville Will Make Three Trips a Week A movement has been started in the upper Ohio between Cloverport and Louisville to place an independent boat line to run between these points to make connection with the Gazelle here Cloverport offers a good location to some wide awake business man who can put in a floating wharfbont and can handle all kinds of feed stuff j and live stock and attend to the business linesItCloverport The Napper House Mrs Napper has returned here and moved in the house she formerly occupied on High street and is keeping boarders Mrs Napper wishes that all her old customers would patronize her Powers Here Oscar Powers of Hawesville has a depotPin this city Ho is a genial man and is making many friends here HARRIS GETS TWO YEARS j V Owensboro Man Accused Of InDaI The trial of J A Harris on the charge of attempted arson was completed in Circuit Court at Owensboro Monday afternoon but was not sub mitted to the jury until Tuesday morn ing After a deliberation of an hour or two the jury returned a verdict of two years in the penitentiary MILLSstFrank Haynes Dies At Ills Home Last Wednesday After A Short Illness MrsHariette Parks went to Irving too Sunday to visit her son Dr S P Parks Mrs Lucy Kurt attended Sunday school at Walnut Grove Sunday Alton Carter spent Sunday withl his parents Mr and Mrs J D Car ter ofJesse Parks was the guest of his brother Dr Parks Sunday Frank Haynes passed away AprilI 26atO oclock He had only beenI sick a few days when he was calledl to lay down his burdens and rest He leaves two sons and one daughter Hettle Preston and William Wes extend our sympathy to the bereaved ones Nice Edition The Breckenridge Democrat issued special edition last week It was well1 gotten together and contained Interests ing writeups of the enterprises of Breckenridge county Recoveriind Alonzo Fallon who has been seriously ill at his home on Second Street iin the West End was able to be up iin town Saturday Mr Fallens friends s are glad to know he is recovering after such a seige of illness Mrs gory Mrs Ella Gregory and daughte- Miss Dorothy Gregory were here last week enroute to their home at Bran deuburg Mrs Gregory is conteW plating making the race for Cou Superintendent of the schools iit Meade county She is being urge i by her friends but has not yet decided l to enter the race erJolnK Phelps Dead The funeral of John K Phelps aged twentyseven wno was killed in an automobile accident in Louisville was held Sunday afternoon t M1 1oY4LB4KJNGPOWDE Makes delicious hot biscuit griddle cakes rolls and muffins The only Baking Powder a Made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar TOWERS ABOVE THE CITY Smoke Stack at Ice Plant Tallest In Town Mr Fort Hard at Work The Cloverport Water Light and Ice plant have erected a smoke stack 102 feet high Mr Fort the manager of the ice plant is one of the busiest men in this city He is always at work and accomplishing new things for the com pany He says the plant has already a large amount of business on hands for this seas nEDerby Day A large crowd ofKentuckians gather ed at Louisville Monday to see theruces at Curchill Downs Mrs Wilber Dead Mrs George Wilber died at her home in Cannelton Ind Friday night after an Illness of three weeks The deceased before her marriage was Miss Florence Combs and had many friends Inv Cloverport Honor Roll Of The Irvington Private School V 7th GradeEliza McLean Piggott Mary Katharine Wimp Mary Emma Alexander Wilbur Parks Harold Parks Oth GradeWilliam Crafton Cunninb hAmiiis Fourth GradeThelma Beauchamp Third Grade Junious Calhoun Graves Lewis Bennett Moremen Jack Moran BoardSecond Grade Thomas Alexander I First GradeDona Lyddan- i SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTIONS AND SPECIAL REQUESTS We desire to call the attention of allf Sunday School workers to our countt convention to be held at McQuady Jun 2 and 3 We very much desire to have all the district conventions before that date Will the district officers go to I work at once and fix time and place and notify us as we desire to attend Please take notice that the Hardins I burg district convention is anuounce l 1for May 20 We hope two conventions will not be held on the same day Watch for furJJ ther announcements and the program which will appear in the near futureI We are looking forward to one of the best conventions in the history of the I past We are planning to bring to gather all the superintendents of Schpol- in i the county So Mr Superintendent J begin to get ready to come Why mayJJ we not have fifty superintendents at McQuady Iune 5 Wo hope to Lave a special train over there that morning for all who cannot go over the day before j j T Bj Henderson Pres SecyrTo Clean lair IRats IAsplendid way to clean hair rats it io wash them in gasoline This them light and fluffy Rev West Resigns The Rev J W West super inten dent of the Kentucky Anti lloo Xicaguci pas resigned and will leav4 the State 1 r 1- P l r ST JOHNS DAY CELEBRATION Masons Of Hardinsbnrg WillyCelebrate DrWoods Associ ate Editor Of St Louis tal jPresentj jtr THIRD DEGREE EXEMPLIFIED +fr Saturday June the nineteenth the Masonic Lodge of Harditisburg will celebrate St Johns c Day with a most Interesting program for the occasion The ceremonies will be held in the Methodist church South Dr C C Woods past Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Mo will deliver the principal address Among the others expected to be present is ExGov erne Thos T Crittenden All the sister lodges of the county will be present and will work in the third degree which will be exemplifi ed on one of Breckenrldges most prominent citizens 1 Saturday afternoon Dr and Mrs Mather will hold a public reception in the parlors of the church in honor of the visitors Good Position Forrest Gilhlanil has accepted a position as clerk in the grocery department of Fraizejs store Mr GillilancT one of the most accomodating men in business circles of this cllarid his ser vices will be greatly appreciated by Fraizss customers MR VESSELS SUBMITS TO OPEPA nON J W Vessells of Khodelta had his left leg amputated above the knee last week It is hoped the operation will relieve Mr Vessells of the intense suf fering caused from a corn on his little His right leg was broken ten Notwithe standing all his misfortunes Mr Ves sells has reached the rIpe old age of seventytwo years He has many friends iu the county who say he is a man of wonderful fortitude SeasondEmersons Floating Palace the most well known boat on the river will ex hibit here next Friday May 7 pre productionI1other the finest vaudeville illustrated songs and moving pictures Mr Emerson has spared no effort to andsprovide amusement worthy of the highest consideration and with this one aim always in view he has placed on his boat a company of thirty ex cellent artists The scenery costumes and electrical effects have never been surpassed by any traveling organization AU lovers of good music want to hear Emersons Concert Band composed of eighteen pieces and orchestra com posed of eleven making this the largest band and orchestra on the river flighs si Possibly no one can boast of better garden luck than Mr Chas May Ha hasl bean vines eight inches high full of blooms he also has peas and other vegetables well advanced in growth whicheselisareexcellent are many varitie v CJt IftSEE aaS- i ti n- J fitr d 11 ftv 1io lc 00 itcioj o BESThas the cream blend flavor Creamn blend flour flour In buyingflour its U always BEST to select a brand of n IIestablished quality It is BEST U because it has cream blend It is r BEST because it is a perfect flour It is BEST because it has been weighed in the balance and has al ways met the requirements in the W It is BEST because 0IIit is made of the choicest winter wheat and invarably makes the most delibiour and nurishing brjead rolls biscuits cakes pastries Etc your grocer for Lewisport nillsnn nAskJj BEST FLOUR Y I i iandhave no othea ill FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING GROCERS LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY QQ- ci llliLEWISPORTci KENTUCKY IDJ LJQo Jill 101 JII 101 JI I i RURAL TELEPHONES n- J i iMr Farmer arc you interested 1 If so call on the M FfflIuDagerofthe Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company have him explain the special Far 1 f mors Lino rate 1i tI CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE Incorporated TELEGRAPH COMPANY m Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees 2 If you do you m ly find just what you need in this department If you arc interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners Mme and address If none of these places suit you write us at once tolling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for r We recommend the 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 onto and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quicksales Jno D Babbaae Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc Annual sties 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which about 120 per year Three miles from railroad nation on the branch Here jin u fine opportunity for a man with n small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky 4 3 Sit crus on llurdlnsburg findp yOU trails Of PiukiK road 2 miles from Satnpln Improvumoiiu two ollestoryd- lVdllllllts tliroo Fist barnes log louse und blacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 ucro unilpr cultivation and pasture 222 acres in Umber white oak black oak beech and sugar trou all good size Plenty of toowater tbu year round Onotblnl cash and Rood easy terms on balance 1007e acres situated IIH miles from Joins Oabu Pierce Ridge Laud In Roodsbapu Rood fencluR one Rood dwel ling houso 3 rooms 1 toot cistern 1 barn 30x18 foot I novcrfalllnfcsprlut two ponds This U good tobacco wheat and corn laud 20 acres In timber whiLe nnk sugar tree and beech balance cleared Plenty of Rood fruit Good road to SteiihemportSH miles and Rood road to Hoi I H miles This term Is not worn out It iHKOotl land Just the farm for a man with a smahfamily venueWoU undOilI milesfrombeechtimbertimberBeechbeIlIIuledLlmestonolallfortohaccoyoarroundeasy payments PJICPoncottage 151 rooms two cisterns u walled cellar with u store room over It two good stock barns one tenant house about 54o apple and peach trees also pQars lulnces andapricots most all kinds of small fruits Including a nice vlnyard of choicest grapes 200 acres cleared balance In woods rx acres In grass sevcra Rroves of black locust suillclont for posts U wire the whole farm In It lies near Ekror orlongFOB SALEA splendid stand for u druggist physician In IL good town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This Is Just stepIntoAn old established physician wants to retire Is the reason for soli hilt Nor further partlc ulars address JNO D BADBAQE Oloyor port Kv i mEiMl B Ui1IE11 IIi1IJ IIN C I11ASHEVILLE 5 1909 I Southern Railway IIs AshevilleIthe shortest line to IVery thisI thisIm Ask any Southern Railway Ticket Agent for fare and schedules or write me I J C BEM Jy A G P Ae- ST LOU IS no L y m mmNm 0 zr I x n r A Gentleman From Mississippi By THOMAS A WISE JVotJctteed From the Play by Frederick R Toombr COPYRIGHT 1000 BY THOMAS A WISE CHAPTER XXIIL- OBBYISTSANDI ONE IN TAnTIOULAI ASHINGTON has known many lobbyists lu Its time anti it W lioips on knowing them Tl e striking increase In Icgisla tlon that alms to restrict unlawful 01 Improper practices In business the uwnkeiilng of the public consclcnc has caused n greater demand then cvi0r for Influence at the national capital f theso restrictive measures must 1 either killed or emasculated to Ilpolut of uselessness by that process which I Is the salvation of many a corrupt maul ulntor the process of amendment Predatory corporations predatory business associations of different sorts and predatory Individuals have their representatives on the field nt Want Ington to ward oft attack by any menu s that brains can devise or money procure and to obtain desired favors at cost that will leave n profitable balanc for the purchaser When commercial tricksters believing In the lobbyists favorite maxim The People Forget feel that they have outlived the latest reform movement and see the good old days returning lhe professIonal politicians introduce n few reform measures themselves most stringent measures They push these measures ahead until somebody pays up then the bills die Tho lobbyist knows all about these strike bills but docs not frown on them No no Perhaps ho helped draw up one of these bills so that with the aid of his Inside knowl edge of his employers business the measure is made to give a greater scare than might otherwise have 10 suited The bigger the scare the big ger the fund advanced of course for the lobbyist to handle All this uls helps the lobbyist to secure and retnlr I employmentNot Washington lobbyists an outside of congress The senator 01r congressman has unequaled fncllltle s for oiling or blocking the course of bill Sometimes he confines himself tc the Interests of his own clients who over they may be But sometimes he notices a bill that promises to bo T pretty good thing for the client ol some other member If It passes Then he begins to fight tills bill so actively that he must be let in on the deal Himself This Is very annoying to the other member but the experience 1 worth something lIe has learned the value of observing other peoples legis lationThe outsiders members of the thirt- house and the Insiders have n bon of freemasonry uniting them they exchange Information as to what mem bers of both houses can be reached how they can be got to throug- whom h and how much they wan This Information is carefully tabulat ed and now prices for passing or de feating legislation can be quoted to Interested parties Just as the price o n carload of pork can be ascertained at n given time and place Perhaps it Is this system that lends grafting members of short experience to woudc- how knowledge of their taking what Is termed the sugar got out and be came known to their associates DI they not have pledge of absolute secrecy Yes but the purchaser ncve Intended to keep the Information from those of his kind Lobbyists must be honest with each other Not all lobbyists are men The wo man legislative agent has been known to occupy an Important position 1 sWashington and she does yet She i hard to detect and frequently more un principled than the men similarly engaged If that is possible A woman with a measure of sodaI standing would naturally prove the most successful as n lobbyist In Wash ington because of tho opportunities her position would afford her to meet people of prominence And just sucl- a I one was Mrs Corn Spangler with whom the Langdons had been thrown In contact quite Intimately since their arrival at the capital Pretty and vivacious Mrs Spangir- bore her thirtyseven years with un common ease aided possibly by the makeup box and the modiste Her dinners and receptions were attended by people of acknowledged standing Always n lavish spender of money thIs was explained as possible because ot n fortune left her by her late hus band Congressman Spangler of Penn sylvania That this fortune had consisted largely of stock and bond- of a bankrupt copper smelting plan In Michigan remained unknown except to her husbands family one or two of her own relatives and Senator Peabody who coming from Pennsylvania hnd known her husband inti mutely He It was who had suggested to he that she might make money easily by cultivating the acquaintance of the now members of both houses and thei families exerting her Influence in vnrl ous perfectly legitimate ways ho argued for or against matters pending- In legislation The Standard Steel cor oration kept Mrs Spnngler well sup plied with funds deposited monthly to her account in Philadelphia trus company She avoided suspicion by reason o- her ser and her many acquaintances ot undlsDuted rank Senator Peabody u U u I Pi t i I tins never invited to her home hail never attended a single dinner recep tion or musIcale she had given all of which was a port of the policy they had mutually agreed on to deaden any suspicion that might some time arise as to her relation to the Standard Steel company It was well known that Peabody tend been put Into thee senate by Standard Steel to look otter its interests chieflybemation regarding the members of con gress which she obtained largely from their families He was thus able to gain an idea of their associations their particular interests and their as pirations in coming to congress which proved of much use to him In forming and promoting acquaintances all for the glory of Standard Steel Senator Holcomb of Missouri told 1111rs Spanglcr at an afternoon tea con fidentially that he was going to vote I against the ship subsidy bill Senator rang Peabody was formed of this two hours later by a note writ ten cipher When the vote was called two tor Holcomb vot for the bill Standard Steell supplies steel for ocean liners and their building be aged Mrs Windsor wife Congress man Windsor remarkISpanstdvfiler at n reccp tion that she was so glad Jimmie Is going to do something for us women at gownsaever so cheaper next year Jlmmlc Windsor was a member the house committee ways and means and was busily engaged In tho matter 1of tariff revision When President Anders of the Federal Silk company heard from Senator Peabody that Windsor favored lowering the tariff on silk a way was found to convince the congressman that the American silk Ins dustry was a weakling and many In vestors would suffer If the foreign goods should be admitted any cheaper presentd willingda some daySometimes Corn Spangler shuddered nt tho thought of what would become sliptsome fatal error and be to her friends as a betrayer confidences for money A secret agent of Stand storyfshe would make Society Favorite a Paid Spy Woman Lobbyist Flees Capital Tho sensationali headlines sherwould grit her teeth and dig her finger nails into her palms She had to have sodwell She must continue as she hod begun After all she reasoned noth rlug definite could ever be proved re garding the past Let the future care for Itself She might marry again and tree herself from this of life who knows thesyears as she sat in her boudoir her home She had spent part of rvltllICarolina and Hope Langdon eyeniing had attend musicalei houseI hadIbeen forced to leave early ow s0verprheadache Now after hour or two of rest she felt better and was about to re tire Suddenly tno telephone bell at a in in days Inter Sena ed must encour of of of on of mode at an writing tableI Hello I Who it itrnear a window She had two tele onesdowntBtalra unnecessarily she explained to her woman friends But the number oC this upstairs telephone was not In the public book It had a private number known to but two people ex cept herself askedrla low voice Hello who is It Mr Wall Peabodyrused In telephone conversation with her Yes congressman I she responded She always said Yes congress man In replying to Mr Wall a prearranged manner of Indicating that Persontjl will need your scrviceH tomor itfi very Important matter am Decilno an enrmgemcnts and hold youiclf In readiness L i L t r i rtluYe i nisy send my friend 13 to explain things at 1030 in the morning It he docs not arrive at that time telephone mo at 1035 sharp You know where Understand I have put off going to Philadelphia tonight Yes That Is all goodby Something very Important she murmured nervously as she turned from the desk I dont like his tone of voice sounds strained and worried something un usual for the cold flinty gentleman from Pennsylvania And his friend- S of course menus Stevens Great heavens then Stevens must now have knowledge of nmymybusiness 1 She calmed herself and straightened a daltity slender finger against her cheekIt must be something about that naval base bill Im sure Thats been worrying Peabody all session she mused as she pressed a button to sum mon her maid i To be Continued Everybody is likely to have kidney and bladder trouble In fart nearly everybody has some trouble of this kind That Is the roasdn why you so often hav pains in time backmind groin scaldin 6 serration urinary disorders etc thats your kidneys The best thing to do isi to get sonic of DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills right away Take them for n few days or a week or so and you will feel all right In this way too you will wnrd off dangerous and possib ly serious ailments They areperfectl harmless and nre not only antiseptic but allay pain quickly by their healing proporties Send your name to E C DeWitt Co Chicago for a free trial box They are sold here by all drug gistsMAY MUSIC FESTIVAL The second biennial May Music FcsII tival to be held In Louisville May and 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 interna tional fame has been engaged than ever before and the scope of the festival is of larger magnitude titan anything 1 hitherto undertaken It has been an nounced nsvertheless that prices for 1 the festival will be lower than b beforeso that the attendance is expected to break recordsIf 1 expect to get the original Car lolizei Witch Hazel S IV e yon must beIsure it isi DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve It is good for cuts burns and bruises and is especially good for plies Refuse substitutes Sold by all druggists The Ruling Passion Ills clothes said he was a tramp but his brow was high and his nun nor grand Madam may I request the favor of a pair of your husbands ifstoff trousers These are somewhat passe This with a sweep of a tat tered hat brought results In the shape of a pair of hubbys oldest which were Just about two degrees better than those the tramp was wearing After a critical survey of his acqulsl otIdeep long drawn sigh of regret Madam I see your husband discards from weaknessPuck MADE WELL AND STRONG By Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Bardstown KyII suffered from ulceration and female troubles for a long time Doctors had failed to help mo Lydia E tableCompound recommended and tryitItand made me well and Strong so tba Ican do all IIyow1 workMrs JOS EPH HALL flardj town Ky fromthe I I AtidtKcifWpman Cured ttiat at times I thought I Gould not live and my nerves were in a dreadful Vegetable LydiaEIinkhamsworth Its weight in gold to suffering RED8Ifof women who suffer rom some form tryLydiapound made from toots and herbs hirtyyearsthisfamousremedyhas female ills and has cured llio women who haye been troubled with sues ailments as displacements fibroid tumors ulceratlop infammaiion ir nerYQulaprosthationyou wantpeclaladvlce write forltto1rsPlnkbamtLlBD i 4- NItis free and alwayshe fw a J6 o- i nIn KILLT iCOUOHlA- NDCURTHILUNCG WITH Dr Kings New Discovery i r FOR COUCHSPRICEi eo c FleelANDGUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED f IitI i place you want to have your watch repaired go to T C LEWIS he knows how and does as ho knows Ho has one of tho i 6finest collections of beautiful i uptodate j JEWELRY I 1 I all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices gold andii silver can bo bought for yRemember it is the same T C Lewis Come ho is glad to welcome youand give you satisfactionT LewisHome Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky 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accommodationleavesCloverport630amstopsataliway stations arrives Henderson 855 am oxDreseleavesOlover OwensooroBtanleyl a Train No 143 Mull and Express dally ar k rives Cloyerport 748 p m Evansvlljo 1056 pm 8 ftps at all stations No 145 dally BU Louts fast train loaves Clo ver ortil00 PM arrIves Evansvl1lel36 A M st Louisff 40A M stops at HawesTllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 149 148 144 between Louisville and Evansvllle TnrouRh sleeping cars and reoreCllnlnpt chair cars oa trains 146 AndStLonfeiFordsville Branch EASTBOUND leavesIfordsvaloBOOL m f leavesPordsv111opTralnNoO Sunday only FordfcvllleTiOO a m Irvington B36 aID WEST BOUND RgTrain No 3 Dally except Sunday leases Irvington 1110 am arrives Fordavjlle 2Hp m JIinl r i IJs Lu D 11 l t ICluarntcedi If t 1 oi FOA10CENTS 1 wa wli Bend postpaid o + r J FAMOUS NOOLLEOTit okt55 Dy Tta pkg S rtw i t 1 m- uakpe t M- akg tsxtf tat- taltO eMin he1P D T +t P tsramfalsrv rNbq- w C a I FRIDAY MAY 7 Emersons j FRIDAY t MAY7L4 A Biggest Show You Ever Saw tor the Non ey Introducing Specialties Between Acts Latest Moving Pictures and I Illustrated Songs 1 L t 25c A DOLLAR SHOW FOR A QUARTER 25c j i UPi1 t f f j THE HIGHWAYS Government Bureaus Sound Advice li r on Road Drainage Re jtmoveall Water Quickly I CENTER SHOULD BE RAISED The United States office of public roads In Washington sent out the following bulletin regarding the proper manner of road drainage With an average of 27000 tons of r water falling in the form of rain on y cacti mile of public rond In the United States annually It Is scarcely to be t marveled at that the ten command i ments of the road builder can be sum 1 1mod up succinctly In the word drain l age The saying tins truth for a I primaryIroads this holds true for there good drainage means such as will safely I remove the storm water without ero t j jsion or gullying and still retain the surface moisture w To obtain good drainage one must f take Into consideration both the sur j face water and the underground wa ter The surface water must be re moved quickly and completely and without subjecting the road to excess ive scour or erosion For this reason the center of the road should be raised and the slope toward the side ditches should be from onehalf to one Inch to each foot distance or so that the water will run freely to the side ditches and not flow down the road or remain in puddles on the roadway The side ditches should be of amplo flizovto care for the severest storms with a fall of not less than slxlnches C to each hundred feet Frequent am I pIe cross drains should be constructed i and every opportunity taken to get the water away from the road as quickly as possible Any road along which you see water standing in the side ditches or on which puddles of water have collectcdbor which has been badly gul lied niut eroded by the rains has poor dranqpeKnd Is In need of immediate attention In fact earth roads nearly alwayS require n little attention after each rain The split log drag Is essentially a tool to maintain good drainage on our AAIOADTHAT DHAIKAOE WOULD lUPliOYK earth roads and should be used ftCII each rain On a heavy day or gumbo soil the drag when properly used tends l to puddle the road surfacfe keep it free iron ruts dense smooth and hard thus securing the best surface drainage possible tij rgroundfmust be removed before a good rondI will be possible This means that some forts of subdratnagc must be 1 resorted to usually tile drains or clay pr concrete Water from whatever source must be got rid of effectively As water in freezing cxpandsoneI eighth Us volume the road heaves out f lofshape and when the ice melts the road Disappears beneath the rising tide of mud cpnjtaijtiy fed by rains Jl1cltI i springsidrainage In order to be fully effectiYQ should lower tho water level to not 7 less than tbrge feet 1lll wte road surface If tiles are used they should bo carefully laid true to grade MostI failures in tile drainage can be atItributed to carelessness in laying or- toollintii- T grade Tile Jless than four iL Inches in diameter should rarely be used nor should a grade of less than six inches to the hundred feet bo used a unless absolutely necessary In a e ti dense soil Jt is always advisableveryII the tile to at least a depth oft a-kcoveril i belse fJnciics with a coarse sand irrr iryt Aire should always ha takes p IIrft ivaftoutlet for the drSiMektnQYtiq it outlet with a concrete ifp Po Na M 7 IHtrln o whICllIQh8Y i rut i iftfI and- the outlet freer fa l JTluj kind of lUI4lW be Cji1irl ep local COIIIll Conerptr ti i- properly made Is quit as good artdajlRr tile Which kind toil le entirety R local question of dollars and cents if concrete the can be made wore cheap IcrewI THE PAIN MADEHER FAINT For almost four years I had a sore on my leg says Mrs Olive Hurd of Madison N H and tills spring a doc tor healed if upII felt fine for about a month hut had to be on my fet a good deal and above my knee came a swell ing as big as my fist It hung down and was as rod as if ithad been blistered and so sore that I could hardly get n rouud The cords of my leg seemed to be stiff and the pain was t o bad at timer that it made me faint One of the neighbors told me about Sloans Liniment so I got a bottle and put some right on Next morning I could walk ever so much better and I kept on using the Liniment night and morning It took down all tho swelling and tho redness and soreness have gone too I shall never be without Sloans Liniment in the house again and will recommend it to all suffering friends Monkey and Goat Monkeys are more renowned for mis chief than for kindness but even mono keys can be benevolent 11 Mouton records the doings of one In Gunde loupe that surely seemed to merit that reputation This monkey had a friend in a goat that Went dally to the pas ture Every night the monkey would pick out the burs and thorns some times to tho number of 2000 or 3000 from the goats fleece In order that the animal might lie down In pence On coming In from the pasture the goat regularly went In search of his light handed friend and submitted himself to tho operation Strange to say the tricky Instincts of the monkey re asserted themselves after the prloks were removed IIo would tease the poor goat unmercifully plucking his beard poking him In the eyes and pulling out his hairs The goat bore It hll with patience perhaps regarding it as only a fair price to be paid for tho removal otthe thorns London Standard f A Happy Fathergis soon turned to a sad one if bo has lo walk the floor every night with a crying baby McGees Baby Elixir will make the child well soothe Its nerves in duce healthy normal slumber Best for disordered bowels and sour stomach all teething bullies need it Pleasant to take sure and safe contains no harmful drugs Price 25 and 50 cents per bottle Sold by A R Fisher Ferrjusson and the Rabbits Robert Forgusson the poet was first matriculated at St Andrews universi ty In the session of 17045 It was the custom at this time for each bursar to take his turn In Jiivoklnfc blessing at the meals The college table having been surfeited with nn unbroken diet of rabbits In various forms of cookery Fergusson on being called to say grace repeated what are now celebrat ed lines For rabbits young and for rabbits old For rabbits hot and for rabbits cold For rabbits tender and for rabbits tough Our thanks we render for weve had enoughI It may be added Fergusson was not sent down but tho rabbits were rus ticated Wont Slight a Good Friend If ever I need a cough medicine again I know what to get1 declares Mrs A L Alley of Beals Me I for after using ten bottles of Dr Kings NewJlscoveJYInqdseolnJ its excellent results in my own family and others I am convinced itlis the best medicine made for Coughs Colds and Lung Trouble Everyone who tries it feels just that way Relief is felt at once and its quick cure 8urprisesxyou For Bron chitis Asthma Hemorrhage Croup La Grippe Sore Throat pain in chest orI lungs its supreme sOc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co TMnrj Certain lOneto lady of the house Can you tell me my dear madam whether your husband Is Liberal or Conservative Ob well said toe ladywheu bos with Liberals hes a Liberal and when bos with Conservatives hes a Con Bcrtattvcips but between ourselves what it lift at lwuier 1- t uOh at h0nio Hes a perfect irol London An wor8j 0 Cnen Cry FOR FLETCHERS QASTO RluA 1 FLOATING PALACEAT THE RIVER PRESENTING TilE BIG SCENIC PRODUCTION BROTHER AGAINST BROTHER t GOING ABOUT IN CHINA Useful SecJan Chair In the Crowded Noisy Streets of Canton There are but two ways to go about Cantonon foot or In a sedan chair The streets are from four to eight feet wide the average being probably about six feet ants wheeled vehicles are out of the question Even the Jlnrlklshn cannot be used here If you try to make your way on foot the density of the moving masses renders progress al most Impossible and rowdies and pickpockets are numerous so that the best plan Is to take a responsible native guide and chair The chairs are carried by two three and sometimes four men according to the weight of the passenger The two bamboo poles by which the chair Is supported are about eighteen feet long and are Joined at the front and rear ends by n crosspiece After you have taken your scat the coolies raise the ends of the poles to their shoulders and are off at a dogtrot only Inter rupted by n congestion of tralllc which occurs very frequently- It Is surprising to see how rapidly they can go through the crowded streets The whole line of chair car riers are yelling all the time as are other people who are carrying burdens for as there are no carts in use the entire merchandise of the city Is trans ported In the same manner not by chairs of nurse but slung on poles carried across the shoulders The noise resulting from the simul taneous shouting of every one In sight both In front fold In the rear for the stream Is lowing in both directions Is enough to make one wonder If the long expected riot has begun Denver Post Lived 152 Years Win ParrEnglands oldest man married the third time at 120 worked in the fields till 132 rind lived 20 years longer People should be youthful at 80 James Wright of Spurlock Ky shows how to remain youug I feel just like a J6yoarold boy he writes after taking six bottles of Electric Bitters For thirty years Kidney trouble made life a burden but the first bottle of this wonderful medicine convinced me I hod found the greatest cure on earth Theyre a godsend to weak sickly run down or old people Try them fiOc nt Severs Drug Co- Inventor Davy and Love Sir Humphry Davy the Inventor of the Davy lump found love something of a delusion If not a snare Writing to his mother he said I am the hap plest of men In the hope of a union with a woman equally distinguished for virtues talents and accomplish ments And In a letter to his brother he expresses his rapture thus Mrs Apprece has consented to marry me and when the event takes place I shall not envy kings princes or potentates The widow must have been a person possessed of great powers of fascina tion for Sir Henry Rolland makes mention of her as n lady who made such a sensation In Edinburgh society that overt a reglus professor did not think It beneath his scholarship to go down on his knees in the street to fas ten her shoe The sequel need not be dwelt upon further than to add that the marriage turned out to be alto gather a mistake Boys Will Be Boys and are always getting scratches cuts sprains bruises bumps burns or scalds Dont neglect such things they may re sult serious if you do Apply Ballards Snow Liniment according to directions right away and H will relieve the pain and heal the trouble Price 2sc 50c and 100 Sold by A R Fisher The Quipus who qulpus upon Irhich the ancient Peruvians Jinept fholr records and accounts consisted of a thick main cord with smaller cords tied to It nt certain distances Upon these smaller cords the knots were tied by means of which the reckoning was kept The lengthII of the main rope varied from a several yards The cords were of vaII rious colors each with Its own meaning as red for soldiers yellowI for gold white for silver corn nod BO on Ths reckoning scemsIto have been largaly regulated distances of the knots from the mull1Icord nail time SPTJPHCO of the Now York Amorlfjin NOTICE please do not ask us to publish obitu aries free AH newspapers of any sequence charge for such matter COI gladly publish accounts of death JmI iMieiyp after they dccurrEdlJor li Kills To Stop The Fiend The worst foe for 12 years of John Deye of GladwinMich was a running ulctr He pall doctors over 40000 without benefit Then Bucklens Arnica Salve killed the ulcer and cured him Cures FeverSotes Boils Felons Eczema Salt Rheum Infallible for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Corns 2 eat Severs drug store To Transfer Printing Anything printed on paper with ordl nary printers Ink can bo transferred to a clean sleet of paper In the follow ing manner Take three drams of common yellow soup and dissolve It In one quart of hot water When cool add one and a half fluid ounces of spirits of turpentine Put all In a bottle cork It and shake well together Take a sponge or soft brush and apply some of tho solution to the printed surface Let It soak for a few minutes Lay It face down upon the paper on which tho transfer Is required and press both together evenly between the leaves of a thick book placed under weights In a time varying from half a minute to several hours according to the new ness of the printed original It will bo transferred In reverse A Smile is a pretty hard thing to accomplish when youre blue bilious and out of sorts There is a sure cure for all kinds of stomach and liver complaints con stiption and dyspepsia Ballards Her bine is mild yet absolutely effective in all cases Price 50 cants per bottle Sold by A R Fisher 1 Convict Labor In Building of Roads At a recent meeting of the national good roads board held In New York city Senator C T Lassiter of Virginia outlined the method of building roads with convicts In the Old Dominion 0 Gordon Neff the chairman of the board has decided to make a canvass of the entire United States to find outIwhich states employ convicts In building of roads This will be followed up later wIt hIn effort to get other states to use convict labor In road building There Is a general movement to abolish convict labor In lines of the Industry where It Inter eras with organized labor but In no section of the country does organized labor object to the use of convicts In the building of good roads Never can tell when youll mash a I finger or suffer a cut bruise burn orI scald Be prepared Dr Thomas Electric Oil instantly relives the pnin quickly cures the wound A Sure Cure for the Blues Oqe Laughs in One Hundred HundredII t Only Show on the River with Band and Orchestra 25c A DOLLAR SHOW FOR A QUARTER 25c u 1 Poultry Secrets 1 Disclosed THEREare secrets in the poultry business as any the best methods and newest discoveries seldom reach the amateur poultry raiser and the general public for years after they are origi nated Anew method of absolutely insuring the fertility of setting eggs for example has Enormous Cash Value and III discoverer IIt not to be blamed lot keeping It lo hlmielf Now for the first lime the tecreti of many of the most successful poultrymen ate made public No confidence has been violated i every secret has been Obtained in an Honorable Way 1 by outright purchase 2 by free petmlnlon given the author Michael K Borer 3 by collecting old valuable but little known methods 4 by Mr Doyeii own experience coveting 30 buy years Since Ibit book was first ad rertiied tout or fire months ago It hit been necenary to print eight editions and many new and valuable aecteti hare been added to the original book Read What Purchasers Say I rec led farm Journal and Poultry Sverttn and am vtry much uleaied with both Th secretsI art worth their weight In told Why ipaidJA for the iproutoj oat metMJ You certainly five a fellow orer tiltI moneys worth AHDHEW r a MORLEY Ullca N y Reeelred ymirUv kof IUdlrynereta Itiane- irepUonally Initrurtlr work ind worth 110 to any prorroulr puult min I wvuM not tare to take that for my copy If I n old not rot another I10UT F KlNOSUNU Uonttllto N J Ai to Poultry Secretf I will nay I hleelured on this inlijMt over the greeter portion of this tale for the past fifteen yean and hart teerylenkthat 1 ryibltrhedemthlesubject- In J my lilirary and 1 consider thte liook of youra the liioit taluable 1 know by far for th general public L A niCIURDSON Marine III Your lbook Poultry Secret recelret also the February and Mere numbers of tli Farm Journal Eminently sallilM with all tine not more tbau my moneys worth on any on0 pare of either publication- F L VAMIMIBUKIIH Hereford Teaaa absolutely IIIIOUR OFFER DeWitts Little Early Kisers otis little gentle all Same Effect his mother they sat breakfast wash face morning slowly casting his excuse added reassuringly I before I came down stairs Is Inn cock froferly t Jouttry Secrets tells yoi how lacarry score secrets far mote taut and hitherto untevealed Few the More Important Secrets new system insuring fertility of letting eggs- Woods Ingenious method for tile weak Innclicks I K Felchs System of Inbreeding without the Iloss of vitality Selecting the laying hcna tlierentrnl thought of a HoKaii Potter and byiltma The Ihllo System a outline telling what it Is and It Is valuable G Several expensive new food Crlllulos11llY of them the tame ni The grrenfeedGrelneri Feeding I anlother now feeding corn and TruslowH Secret of obtaining prim poultry The method admirably to tho flock In village or suburb Gnmdys method of obtaining bulky food at newt of 8 tents a bushel JlflKlnrlntrllolllMlroCLorhens dont lay ANDMANYOTIIKUS KNUMKHATKD IIKUK It would lle nbttird to expect every bit of this Information to be unknown to i we make no such claim Rut to majority of poultry men It will be neweveryone value AIIOCT FARM IOCIIVAI trann hai for thirty year made ipeelalty of poillry this department leI ally anted and moe valuable than many nertalized poultry paper Till I10 onlyone section how of a remark- bk mnpdnea umnthly with OOOOO ouhcrUro NOT a drear technical farm badly ptlntel on ebeap paper full tit medical and traihy ailtertliemenli but a mataitne for the loon town that or country well printed andrIllustrated clean clever quaint and always cheerful intensely practical equally at bum on a thousand acre farm or on a suburban garden and In a dozen ways UNLIKE ANY OT1IKK PAYER j 1Fam1 1 mn1lJJ1 Ureckenrldire News 6 tWo Cannot sell Poultry Secrets Itaelfonly In this CombUnlloei SEND OR Illll NO YOUR OHDKIt TO the fam liver pills smnll and sure Sold by druggists Cyril snld us down to the table illd you your this Well no mamma said he In mind for an but bo cried n little held Jowl and of impor A of lloyer for saving bator least the Eocalled Palmer brief for what Corn Syntein rule for grain high market for stock Angell adapted snail NOT the great Journal back r All 3 for 100ht by THE BRECKENRIDGENEWS Cloverport Kyto evidently Delineator Smashes All Records An allround laxative tonic amid health builder no other pills can compare with Dr Kings New Lifo Pills They tone and regulate stomach liver null kidneys purify the blood strengthen tho nerves cure Constipation Dyspepsia Bilious ness Jaundice Headache Chills wind Malaria Try them 2sc at Severs drug store Better Subscribe Today aaaaooooaEEL EDELDEELIEE EEl0LI IF YOU ARE A FARMERF YOU NEED F o The American Farm Review and Digest of the Agricultural Press 0 It contains tho cream of everything published in ovory other farm paper It is endorsed by tho leading agricultural authorities of tho country It contains not only what the farmer needs but just what he has long been seeking It employes the largest editorial force over organized by a farm paper t Believing that the wideawake and up todato farmer will appreciate such a publication as Tho AMERICAN FARM REVIIwe have for tho benefit of our readers contracted l with the pubs slier for a irnitednumber of yearly subscriptions to The AMERICAN FARM 1 REVIEW to io offered in connection with a new or renewal subscription to this newspaper HERE IS OUR OFFER For 100 we will send the Breckenridge News and H The American Farm Review one year j v EISerid your orders to yy The Breckenridge Nevis Cloverport w Kentucky uDDDEDEDDDDDnEIDE5JTI11Jj tl war A + 7ff ar W THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Satouription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over live lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line f fOBITUAIIIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please usWhen ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now address CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY MAY 5 1909 WEt should be as happy as possible and our happiness should last as long as possible for those who can finally issue from self by the porfal of happiness know infinitely wider freedom than those who pass through the gate of sadness Maeterlinck I YAK A woman who has lived long Mrs IVl ll Yin Cloverport and has many good friends is Mrs Mary Kjnn whose home is on Houston and First streets in the East End On her eighty third birthday Nov 29 1908 she had the photograph from which the accompanying picture was made Mrs Ryan was the daughter of John AVeatherholt who walked from New Orleans eight tinges It is most interesting to hear Mrs Ryan tell about those days of long ago when walking and Hat boats were the most popular ways of transportation Mrs Ryan is most accomplished with the needle Mid her handiwork is exquisite Her two children Mrs L B Perkins with whom she makes her home and Capt Marion Ryan of Cairo 111 nro devoted to her Every time Capt Ryans boat comes down or up the Ohio he anceors at this port to have a little visit with his mother The News extends to Mrs Ryan best wishes for years more of health and enjoyment for though she is past fourscore years she yet seems very young to many of us In this issue of the News Mr Henderson county president of the Sunday schools announces the County Sunday School Convention to be held at McQuady Juno 2nd and in addition makes several re quests of the Sunday school workers Mr Henderson is very enthusiastic over this meeting and is most desirous that it will bo success ful one Interest in Sunday school work seems to be wonderfully increasing in this county especially in Cloverport and particularity the Methodist church The Baptist denomination of this city has the banner school but the Presbyterians and Methodists have of late beonI getting a move on them So Mr Henderson you mar expect nt least a better report from Cloverport if not a most excellent one nt the McQuady convention Bailey of Texas led oft in the Senate tariff discussion of the last weekwith a brilliant ttvo days speech in favor of his income tax amendment urging that men should pay on the basis of what they had rather than what they wanted He would protect labor by ex + cluding immigrants Among other amendments proposed was a tax on immigrants and a duty on lumber The latter proposition was advocated by a number of Southern Democrats who thereby ropu dated the free lumber plank in their party platform Bacon of Georgia said that party platforms were made in the night and do not mean anything From time to time during the last year the News has been pub fishing brief sketches of tho lives of our lest citizens both old and young A pleasure has it been to us to do so and the little life stories of our older friends have we enjoyed There is much woI might learn from the old folks if we would interest ourselves enough in them to listen to thoir talks about the experiences through which they have passed Indeed young people miss a great deal of tho knowledge of life in heedlessly passing these who are blessedwith old age A good woman in this town suggests that Charlie Lightfoot would make a goodCounty Judge She said she didnt know what party ho affiliated with and she didnt care She knew him to be a sober intelligent hardworking man and fairly well equipped for the place regardless of his politics The Democrats ought to take this womans advico and profit by it There ought to be a fine display of stock at Hardinsburc next Monday Every man in tho county who has a lino stallion mare or gelding should make it a point to be there with his stock It will show what wo are doing in the stock business and will bo a great in centive to tho people in general to raise and produce better stock The News has an inquiry for a 250 or GOO acre farm Party has cash to pay Wants good land Parties who have farms to sell should list them in our farm department This party says ho has a number of friends who would like to movo to Breckenridgo and buy farms if tho land and prices suit them Thursday we mailed a largo number ofnotiHcations cards to our subscribers and wo appreciate all the renewals received Those who have not responded to our request will understand why tho News is discontinued 4 I If there are other women in this town or county having a good- manr in view who would make a good county officer the News will take pleasure in announeingthoir ohoico to tho voters Next Monday is Circuit Court at Hardinsbufg Judge Cholf is f reported sufficiently recovered from his recent sickness and will pre side Say Old Winter havent you lingered logb enough 1 J LOUISVILLE TO BE I LIKE FAIRYLAND When The Sliriners Meet in June Delightful Program Arran ged For Four Days 75000 Spent in Preparation THURSDAY COMMERCIAL DAY Louisville Ky May 4 Special Elaborate plans have been worked out for the entertainment of the Ancieu Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine of America who will gather in Louis- vIlle June 7 to 10 1900 It will be the thirtyfifth annual session of the order The official meeting will be held by four imperial representatives from each of the 112 temples in the United States Canada and Mexico together with the Imperial Divan or national officers Over thirtylive patrols or Shrine drill teams from as many different temples have already engaged accomc dations in Louisville and will participate in a great night pageant of the Shriuers- in the exhibition drills and in the grand review The Louisville committee under the chairmanship of Frank Fehr and citizens have together spent up wards of 75000 in preparation for the meeting This sum han gone almost exclusively for illuminations and dec orations and the Kentucky metropolis will be a veritable fairyland of lights and colors when the Shrine hosts advance on Mecca Collosal electric designs made up of emblems of the order will be located at all street in tersections the broad avenues of LouIs- ville will be draped in electric strands lags and bunting and there is to be a orgeous Court of Honor four blocks in length Among the special features is- the largest electric clock in the world It will be located In the Armory where the grand ball and other Shrine Week motions will take place This mag ificient decorative feature is fortyfive feet long with a dial seventyfive feet ini circumference It is illuminated by 5500 electric globes The weeks program will opan on Monday morning June 7 with a formal ception of visiting Sbriners and the escort of each Temple to its headquarters During the afternoon of the first III day an excursion on the beautiful Ohio will taste place three palatialsteamers having been chartered for the use of the Bhriners and their Indes Each boat Will be equipped with a band of music and refreshments will be served At n reception in honor of the Imperial Divan will be held at the Masonic Widows and Orphans Home accom panied by n musical program partici pated in by a chorus of 3100 children On Tuesday morning the first session of the Imperial Council will be held In the Armory Addresses If welcome will be made by Mayor James F Grin stead of Louisville nod the Hon Au i gustus 15 Willson Governor of Kentucky Tuesday night will be marked by the grand electrical pugennt of patrol It is estimated that not less than 10000 Shrinora will appear in this line of marchA of thf exhibition drills will mark the Wednesday morning pro gram At the slime time visiting ladies will br entertained by automobile rides One hundred motor cars have been placed nt the disposal of the enter taining committee for this purpose During the afternoon there will be a series of automobile races at one of the Jockey Club piirks in which the leading professional drivers of America will participate This will be followed by a regimental review of all patrols and and a concert by twentyfive or thirty bandsOne of the novelties of the week will be a outhern negro entertainment Pivo hundred negro men and woolen will participate in this entertainment Plantation melodies and old time songs will be sung and the function will conclude with a genuine Southern cake walk Preceding the entertainment hcro will be a great watermelon feast Thursday morning will be known as Commercial DailVisits will be paid to various ind stries typjcal of Kentucky manufacturing genius The afternoon of that day will be marked by a grand spectacular open air drama called The attack on Bonnesboro Over 1000 soldiers and Indians will take part in this event The last for mal function in connection with the weeks program will be the grand ibriuers ball in the Armory on Thurs lay night I J Holland Rejoices The Hague April30A daughter was born to Queen Wilhelmina andII atl Holland is rejoicing over the event The Queen was reported as- doing nicely at last reports For Seamless Tapestry I sels Rugs regurar 16 II Size 9x12 feet fresh new stock I For extra size Tapestry I sels Rugs size 113x12 I II Regular value I For best quality I Brussels Rugs size II Worth I a pair for Lace Curtains yards long 54 in II IIwide pair for Cable Net and weave Lace Curtains 3 yards 54 in wide beautiful In design excel I II in quality I I I II II JUST TIME The Wonderful Part It Plays In tho Earths History Truly It is hard for us to reaps what u part time lets played In tlle earths history Just time duratlous slowly oh so slowly have the grei changes been brought about TL turning of mud and silt into rock IIII the bottom of the old seas seems tto have been merely u question of time Mud does not become rock In mans tlmo nor vegetable natter become con These processes arc too slow for us The flexing null folding of tho rock strata miles deep under an oven pros sure Is only u question of time Allow time enough and force enough nod u layer of granite may bo bent like n bow Tho crystals of tho rock seen to adjust themselves to the strain and to take up neW positions Just as they do much more rapidly In n cake of Ice under pressure Probably no hUt man agency could flex a stratum of rock because there Is not time enough even If were power enough V low temperature acting gradually says my geology during an indefl nlte age Would produce results that could not be otherwise brought about even through greater heat Give us time say the great mechanical forces and we will show you the Immobile rocks and your rigid mountain challis as flexible as a piece of leather Glvo us time say the dews and the rains and the snowflakes and we will make you n garden out of those same stubborn rocks and frowning 1ledges Give us tune says Life starting svlpi Its protozonns In the Cam brlan seas surd I will not stop till I have peopled the earth with myriad forms and crowned them all with manJohn Burroughs In Atlantic It Gets tho Criminals According to the Chinese method of criminal prosecution a man is respon sible for thr crime he may have mitted personally but If he chooses to escape justice by running away from the place where the deed was commit ted then remaining members of his immediate are held and pun ished in lieu of the real culprit This may seem a strange way of attracting the real criminal back to tho scene of his crime but It appeals to the reli glous side of the mans nature According to their religion the who forsakes his parents when In peril will find his soul sailing around through hades without chart or compass for all eternity Ih view of this compliance with the law Is very prompt John Chinaman does not care to take the desperate chance Subscribe Right Now For Wilton I 9cl2 feet regular I 3750 I For best Body I sels Carpet Rugs size I feet price 27 50 I large size Smyrna I reversible size 3 I Regular price 275 I pair for Muslin Curtains 3 II long in dotted and II fleeced II II II twisted thread stitch edge II I H SPARED Kidney Troubles Attack Clover port Men And Women Old And Young Kidney ills seize young and old Come quickly with little warning Children suffer in their early years Cant the kidney secretions Girls are languid nervous suffer Women worry cant do daily work Men have lame and aching backs wTho cure for man woman or child =Jstp cure the tcnuse the kidneys rTDoaiis Kidney Pills cure kid nays Cure all forms of kidney suffering The following testimony proves It Mrs Ann E Ditman 619 Crittenden St Owensboro Ky says My son aged was by weaR kidneys He was compelled to the kidney secretions frequently which was indeed to him We read of Doans Kidney Pills and seeing what other people were saying of them we decided to give them nitrial They have removed the difficulty entirely and he is now in good healthFor sale by nil dealers Price 50 cents Co New Yorkssole agents for the United States a Remember the name Doans and no other Saturday Night BalI On the H C pike at the home of Mr Conner Johnson a ball given Saturday night for his daughter Miss Bessie Johnson A large number of guests attended and they had a fine time Hows This r Wo otTer One Hundred Dollars Howard for any case of catarrh that cannot bo by Catarrh Cure tPJOHENEYCo Toledo O Wo the undersigned have known F J Chancy for tho lust 15 and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to curry out any obligations by his firm WAITING CINNAN MAUVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is Internally acting upon the blood and urfaes of the system Testimonials sent tree 75c per bottle Sold by alt DruggistsTake Family Pills for constipation u Address Railroad Fares 33035 W Pl MarketRBfunddrI Louisville Ky INCO- RPORATEDCARPETS t AND RUGS- At Special Prices for a Few Days Only and Just to The Readers of This w WE want to sell you that new carpet or rug you have promised yourself this Spring We re alize that you are some miles from our store in order to make it worth your while to come here where the assortments are biggest and best these special inducementsread them over carefully everyone represents a distinct saving and remember thatI THE OFFERINGS ARE FOR A LIMITED NUMBER OF DAYS ONLY III 1250 III 1750 2000 III 1700 I 2000 III 150 200 BrusI BrusI TapestryI 3s Madras IIlong 2950 2250 225For m 125 300 there old com tho family man for and Size Royal Carpet RugsI quality BrusI regular HearthI figured rdII IIsigns ruffleIIIIynrdslock 169 control sick sixteen years troubled pass very take was cured lulls years made taken directly mucous Price IIon both ends j II 1 i S IInnd lining regular 7Sc I 120ca 1 I 25 cents 111 1 AT Nottingham superstitious IIand 150 NOBODY paint embarrassing FosterMilburn Paper distant UIForIIIj165c 1pet1ivnlueII 1cpmesIprice ATTRACTIVE DRAPERIES ATTRACTIVE PRICES a pair for snow lake Lace Cur 11 Itains 3 yards long These cur talus are used extensively for summer por tieres III 150 Iincolorlnvilh1 j i r r Railroad Fares Refunded to OutofTown Cuitblft ri 1 BybatiriioRai road Fares on Purchases Your Tripto the City Costs VoWPractically Note ing r In Order to Get the Benefit of These Special Prices Mention This Advertisement ti n nr A Reliable Remedy FO- RCATARRH Elys Cream Balm I l absorbedlIt clonuses soothes l protclttltho bnmo resulting from Catarrh and drives away aCold in tho Head quickly Restores the Senses of Tusto nUll Smell Full size LIquICreami Yorkit the Brcckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 5 1900 PERSONALjj r Wool wanted at Noltes Wool wooll woolNoltes Bring us your wool Noltes Cottage for rentAmeil Oelze Fine catidies lOc 1b at Noltes I Sayso at Browns Confectionery l JS Take your wool to J C Nolte Bro Try a Sayso at Browns Confection cryChas z Kiel Isill at his home on th hill 4 David May ofI Owensboro was here SundayGreen LasUo was here from Evans- villeII Sundayi it t roe Livers of Cannelton was here Wednesday I Prince Davis of Louisville was here last week I Go see what a Sayso is at Browns Confectionery f i Mrs Sam Rice of Mattingly where show day Ladies Home Journal for May a the News office Mrs Ryan is in Louisville visitin Mrs Burt Muir Miss Laura Satterfield is ill at he home near town Frank Morris was here last weekk from hawesville L T Reid spent Sunday in Louis J vile with relatives Mr and Mrs Jas Cordrey were in Louisville last week Wm Perkins is home from Kosmosli dale for a few days I Mr and airs Fred Ferry went to Louisville Derby Day lI fromIt Miss Mayme Hawkins spent last1 1week here with relatives Jas Lewis of Hardlnsburgyis visit ing his uncle Jas Lewis I Lonnie Ritchie of Hawesville is here this week on business Grover Collins of Sebrec has a position in the News office Miss Belle Ryan of Louisville is visiting Mrs LB Perkins Mr and Mrs John Reynolds ofI Louisville were here Sunday Edwin Riggs of Louisville has l been the guest of Mr Denton Mr and Mrs Tad Weatherholt of Owensboro were here Sunday Mrs Hatfield of West Clifty Ky I 4 is the guest of Miss Ola Fallon Torn Ferry has a position on the Henderson Route at West Pointt See What folks say about the 1 News and then subscribe for it I Arch Frizzellof Cannelton was the guest of Miss Iva Wine Sunday Miss Inez Gregory of Louisville is the guest of Mrs Clyde Morrison c The Girls Club meets with Miss J fJJ Cleona Weatherholt this afternoon r Miss Fronnle Dean and Mrs Vernon I Conner spent Sunday in Owensboro f Frank Moorman of Louisville was here last week the guest of relatives Chas Wise of Midway was the 1 guest of Mrs James Younger Friday 13 buys a 20 refrigerator Newi only one at this prkef F Sawyera Ladies Home Journal for May 15 1 Cents postage 5 centsNews officec Mrs Byrne Severs and son Hugh Barrett have been visiting in Owens t boro I i Roy Moorman Ed Dillon and Tom Moore of Hardlnsburg attended the circusMr Hensley and Mr Stites of the L Henderson Route were here Wed iiesday n j stops loss of flesh in babies k I and children and iij adults in summer as well as winter j gainedpoundit a j 0 Take It Ibra lltUo ool4 water or milk ctSlMI boktfa now fAJIJOI 1 Stsc U u Emell Nolte spent Sunday and Monday in Louisville to see the baseball games Judge and Mrs Wills and Miss Gense Willshave returned from Lou isville Miss Vivian Milicr of Cannelton has been the guest of Miss Virgin Harris Y I Remeniberl3mers6nV j Show Moats re Friday Bring your eggs to NoltesFMrs Hudson and daughter of Ver sail es spent Sunday with Mrs GregoryMrs Roscoe Severs pf Harbours vllle W Va is the guest of Mrs D H SeersIMss Jennie Green who has been abroad several months sails this week homeMrs ma Hardin spent several days of last week with Mrs Hilary Hardiu Miss Lula Severs goes to Louisville tomorrow to attend the May Music Festival Mrs Llllie Cannon hiss been ill at the home of her heice Mrs Frank MaltinglyIWallace Weatherholt left Monday for De Pan University at Green castle Ind Local market report eggs 17cj youngechickens 15c Dr W M Casper Dentist at Lewis port Tuesday at Cloverpdrt Wednesday and Thursday Waldo Simons of Toblnsport shipped a boat load of stock to Lou isville Sunday Frank Eblen of Hawesville the hustling milllney salesman was in town Monday Misses Florence Lewis and Bessie Mitchell and Edmorid Wroe spent Sunday at Holt G D Cissney of Rome hat accept Cumberlandtexchange here littlegdaughter Margaret of Hawesville MondayrFrank Blaine of Stephensport was here Sunday the guest of his sister Mrs Graham Jolly Mr and Mrs Reuben Marlow and children 7 f Owensboro have gone to St Louis to live Mr and Mrs Darnell Dowden were here Saturday from Arkansas en route to Brandenburg- Mrs C R Fagin of Irvington spent Wednesday at the Duncan House with Mr Fagin Morrison Calhoon dontlsta other downstairs 245 Fourth street both ohonen Owensboro Ky New cabbage 3 4 cents a pound new tomatoes new green beans new potatoes at T F Sawyers Mrs Walter May and children of Detroit Mich are expected soon to visit Mr and Mrs Chas May Mr and Mrs Bud Copes and three children of Robinson county Tenn have been visiting Wm Garrett Mr and Mrs Alvin Simons and children went to Louisville Monday to see Gentrys Dog and Pony show G A Eudailey of Nebo arrived here Monday night for a short visit to his daughter Mrs B M Currie Subscribe for the News Dont orrow your neighbors paper any longer You certainly can share a quarterMrs Cordrey is having the leading trade of the mllllney stares this sea son Her hats are exquisite and de sirable Rev L S Sanders was here Monday enrouteto Mayfield Rev San ders held a splendid meeting at Tob nsport Sunday Miss Eliza Squires Messrs Amos Board Will Duvall and Ed Olarkdf lardinsburg attended the PateHall wedding Sunday Miss Nannie Collins has returned to her home on Elm street much im proved in health after a visit to Mr and Mrs John Burn The News will willingly and at all times favor you Cant you show your appreciation by subscribing for at least six months Miss Berilla Bates of Louisville has returned home front Henderson where she went to be at the bedside of Mrs Marion Lateeist Mrs George Weatherholt and dau ghter Miss Gleona have returned home from a delightful visit to Mrs Marion Ryan in Carlo 111 Miss Lillian Sippel entertained delightfully w Saturday evening in honor ot Miss May Zirckle who has return ed to her home in Louisville Dr Bush Cloverport 1st 2nd and 3rd Mondays and Tuesdays Hard IrvingItonThurday I kfondav ji Hats for children in serviceable I styles for best and everyday wear at moderate prices The assortment is I Complete find varied at Mrs I Cordrey8 u Miss ClaraVehor of OwenabprOjj tlheguN9tuf iiflhi June JtsLBibleton i1 or I Miss Fisher will lleave May 20 for Mansfield Ohio to visit her sister Mrs Fred Herring A flue assortment of hats in attracg tlvc colorings are shown in the new line of hats at Mrs Cordreys this week Have one quickly and stylish ly trimmed by Miss Price Mr and Mrs Alf Heston Mr and Mrs H T Roberts of Hardjnsburg i Mr and Mrs Wave RofT Mr and Mrs Henry Pate of this city attended the PateHall wedding Sunday Mrs Chas K Minary and two children of Benton Harbor Mich are spending a week with Mrs George Ann Minary and Mrs Chas W Moor man Mrs Chas Mlnarys sister Woodford Sun Mrs Minary and little sons are expjctcd hero soon HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Regular Ilomesoekers excursions to the South and Southwest on April 6 to 20 Yap 4 and 18 Juno 1 and 15 July 0 and 20 Aug 3 and i7 Sept 17 and 21 and Oct 6 and 10 11 Clovcrport to Louisville and re turn May 1 2 31 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 Cloverportto Louis vllle and return May 10 11 Land 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 May 1718 good to return May 23 GOING AWAY GIFTS Set of Cushions For Steamer Chair Folding Workbox Of the making of bags there would seem to be no end In these days of revived Interest in practical needlework and some recent productions in this line are worthy of special reference A few of them are here pictured fnsh joncd from denim or cretonne In strik ing looking floral patterns The laundry bag made of heavy den im in a serviceable shade of blue dif fers from the Usual collection of such IFpnnmt WOHKUOS receptacles by reason of the extension piece at the hack which pirmlts of the bug being hung tigaluxt the wall for Its full widti This Is a practical arrangement and effectually discounts the old time laundry holder with a drawstring at the top There are two new workbags in flowered cretonneone In tho shape of a fetching little chafing dish apron with a hoop handle and the other tho conventional shlrrcd typo except for the outside pocket which Is an added convenienceThe steamer cushion with Its familiar Bon Voyage Inscription has not lost prestige but It Is supple mented by a set of cushions connected by straps of self material and designed for tho back and seat of the chair with cCUSHION FOR STRAMEB CHAIn loops to slip over the frame at the top These cushions way be folded up when not In use and occupy but a small space in the trunk The folding scrap basket has been the boon of the traveler and now comes n folding work box or basket covered with cretonne in a pretty de The customary pockets andstraps are attached to thin basket and tho illustration shows tho basket fold ed and open It Would Mcke a Difference Teacher Now boys heros n little bxanaple In mental arithmetic slow old would ti person be who was born wasIitnscriptTo recall benefits wp have bestowed dhows went of tact to forget those bestowed on us shows want of lieort lUcbter Subscribe Now t1 THE RUSSIAN PEASANT Stupid and Poor a Good Fellow Who Merely Exists The Russian peasant does not live he merely exists Nltchevo It Is nothing lie merely says when any thing happens to him Nothing mat tars nothing could bo worse and Nllchevo Is his panacea for all evils And yet the Itussiim moujlk is really n fine fellow Ordinarily II P Keminrd tells us in his book Tho Russian Peasant he is u splendid well built man large limbed large headed and healthy lie is equally unaffected by 20 degrees of frost or twenty glasses of vodka lie is clothed in uncured sheep skins and curries in winter more clothes than the average Englishman could standup in Ho is unspeakably stupid however and his dream of happiness is to gorge to sleep ns much as possible through the winter and dance and sing in tho summer But the strangers first ob jection to the moujlk is that ho smells not because he does not wash him self sa mutter of fact in every vil logo there are public baths bnuza and the peasants wash themselves there unfailingly every Saturday In order to bo allowed to go to church on Sunday for tho Orthodox church en joins cleanliness Tho Russian peasant is always poor and generally in debt He plows the land In the same way that his father plowed it and gets as little for his labor His main worry in life is how to pay the governors taxes If he says ho cannot pay he Is flogged or perhaps he will sell part of his next years power of workl1 e work for noth ing for several months to raise a loan and of course he is worse off than ever the following year On Christmas night at dusk the marriageable village girls go out Into the streets null meet their young men and one says What is your name Tho young tuna answers Foma and sho replies My husbands name is Fount Sonft uys later at the gIrls home relations are gathered together There comes a knock at the door The HID rosta and the young man enter carry Ing loaves of bread The starosta says something like this Vo are German people come from Turkey We are hunters good fel lows There was a time once In our country when we saw strange foot prints in the snow and my friend the prince here saw them and we though- they might be a foxs or martens foot prints or it might be those of a beautl ful girl We hunters we good fellows are detetrmlned not to rest till we have found the animal We have been In all cities from Germany to Turkey and have sought for this fox this marten or this princess and at las we have seen the same strange footprints i I lu the snow again here by your court And we have come In Come let us take her the beautiful princess for we see her in front of us or can it be that you would keep her till she grows a little older I Thus does the moujlk ask for a wife I HELPED THE CABMAN But Not Because He Had Driven HimI Years Before A very old man once called to see Lord Strathcona at his offices and ex plumed as the reason of his visit that ho was the cabman who drove him toI his ship when he set sail for Canada long years before Lord Strathcona was Interested In this reminiscence of his youth and listened to the ancient Jehu when lie went on In u tearful voice to complain that death hud Just deprived him of ono of two grandsons and that he himself had fallen on evil times Lord Strathcona soothed tho old fel moneyAgain man called on Lord Strathcona and this time told him that both his grandsons were down with typhoid fever and tin Lord Strathcona hud helped him be fore perhaps he would again After some gossiping chat about Scotland Lord Strathcona main comforted the old man with a little money When he had gone an official who had overheard tho conversation said- I hope you did not give that man any money Lord Strnthcona When f WJfJ New Stock rDry Goods Groceries Clothing Notions I j Come and see us L C TAUL McQuady KentuckyII I A ENTFORII Homestead Fertilizer I Life and Fire Insurance Basket and Fordsvllle Coal n WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIMEr VU 8oi y NGiven iFREEi conEla a H up and allowed to run down each week COME H TO OUR STORE AND GET TIME CARDS H which are identified by the hours minutes and sec onds stamped thereon Bring our card to our store LTong Thursday May 27 at 230 oclock prm t1+ C3 tand Silver Dollars will be given free to the person pre Usent holding the card stamped in accordance with the 2 tzjHO g BYou Must be Present When Clock is Uncovered oC3 S J C NOLTE BRO 1 CLOVERPORT KY b WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIME un J + I mwntSe L + + WANTED metAJi M rcurlallol on and other remedies ctluallUK good MITCHELL HEM ED Y CO1i06 W Willlnut Louisville K- yWANTED IlisponMlilo man with horso and buggy In each community salary 500 tof1000 perday Utop portunlty tor fnrmtrs tons also fruit tr- andsewingmnchlne acenlH to tuako a bust uesaronnectlmtwldchwllibecomemorepro table rucli year Address 1 O Ilox 131 YOUDRS Island S 0 m p- h FOR RENT Felt ItINTTwo splendid rooms In the bustCOIl IhENTA furnished room In n resl r dunce convunliiit to business part of town end depot Apply at the Newsofllce FOR SALE jjiiSALE 4 burner fotroltlowclt assto oven und broiler A bargain Us about a month W A HOKK News olllce EATER tied cooker combined stove for j sulo at News olllce Fl lt PALEScholarshlnin Howling Oreen University Howling Green Ky tired enrldfio News FOIL SALE Good Livery business In Ir Ky consisting of nine horses 13 vehicles Good rnnson for Rolling Snap if taken at once EDWIN II JOLLY FOR SALE Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Pure bred Sows and Guilts a Specially Furnished in Pairs not Related E P HARDAWAY R No1 IRVINGTON KY Farm WantedII Wish lieiirqulcldv from OWNERS 011 who will soil mitKCT TO nUYEHS 10altyNotOWNERS only need answer who nro wlllliiR to nloso their own dual direct w 1th UUVEK without payluRuny com inlssloli to anyone I um no intent and accept no commission I wish to eon nort my IIUNDIIEIS OP nuvmts with OWXEItS so they can buy direct and stivo paying a fancy pride to some 1IJlItIII your NY lowest I OR prlcoII1 mN M no saw you before one of his two grandsons was dead Now he says both are III with typhoid fever Thank you very much Mr Jones said the high commissioner with n twinkle In lHs eye but do you know when I left Scotland for Canada I hud no cab to take me to the ship butI Just wheeled down my things myself to the dock In a barrow London Tit Bits A SECRET SIGNAL I Tho Talloro Comment While Measur ng a Customer Did you over notice how Ute tailors while measuring n man for n suit of clothes mix In a few letters occasional ly among the numbers Halted n down town lawyer recently of a trletu1I Whenever I have been measured for a suit of clothes the tailor always said S U L In n subdued volco as betook the measure for the length of my troiifors 1 often wondered what lira secret signal meant and on one occu slon made so bold ns to ask but was put aside In sonic casual way which plainly showed me thnt the tailor did not wishI me to know the meaning of the mysterious S B L Well I never Jnew what these let ters meant until olio day not long ago when I stumbled across the solution qulto by accident I was waiting to have my measure token while a strapping big fellow was on the rack A he measured time length of the trousers leg the trailer said 33 fnL- o I 1 rrYOU Have Yourself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You Eyes Tested FREE Glasses Guaranteed Severs Drug CoII J BANK 1 veOFCLOVERPORTii Incorporated 1903 Capital It Surplus and- Undivided Profits 2200000 Sate Sound and Conservative Small accounts receive tho same careful attention as larger ones nnd we appre ciate your business and in fluence Interest pnidon Time Deposits OF CLOVERPORT 1BANKCLOVE PORT KY r SALEldwelling com l l iiFOR and IllghSts Cistern base of building r Will sell at a bargain or ex change for dwelling house in I CloverportIJ KyL s WMftW SAVE EXPENSES A and write or phono Dr S B Ad kisson at Webster and ho will come and do your DENTAL WORK yourteethS B ADKISSON Wr MtXs came the reply front tho big fcftott and bowl g1cd too All these years tailors have been accusing roe of being slightly bow legged and I had never caught on o IunUl I was practically told the RH+ wer in the accidental wayrJ1U Records t Better Subscribe Today a aCj + L nx rKa3s titp7rtahM iiT f I j JA j PROCEEDINGS And Claims Allowed at the Regular Term of Fiscal Court Held in Hardinsburg Beginning Tuesday April 6 1909 At a Fiscal Court began and held I iu and for BreckinridRe County at the r Court House in Hardlnsburg Kentucky on Tuesday April 0 1000 President Hon H DeH Moormau presiding Judge of the Breckinridge county Court and the following namedI l justices of the peace towit John 0 Heilly T M Bates H G Vessells Charles H Drury J T McCamish andI Frank Ruppert being all the justices ofE the peace in commission It is ordered by the court that M H Beard and W F Hook commissioners of this court heretofore appointed to make a settlement with the sheriff ar directed to this dy produce to jus ticos OReilly and Bates a committee off j this court appointed to examine this settlement with the sheriff for taxes for the year 1908 the settlement so made and together they will examine the same and make a report of their acts and find ings on tomorrow morning- It is ordered by the court that the sheriff of Brnckinridge county be and he is hereby directed to forthwith pro duce to the magistrates of the respec tive districts a seperate list of those he reports delinquent from each district and said magistrates are appointed a comm ttee of the whole each to report as to whether or not such persons are delinquents and they will make report at 1 oclock It is ordered that justices Ruppert and Vessells be and they are appointed BB a committee to examine and report upon the condition of the public prop erty and they will make such recom iin mendations and suggestions as they may see proper This day came James V StClair Supervisor of Roads and Bridges and filed an ilimized report of all road tools be longing to the county now in the hands of overseers assistant supervisors and in the county barn which was filed The Supervisor is directed to ascertain the whereabouts of four shovels which C should have been reported by the as sistant supervisor of district NO3 Th s day came J V StClair Super in visor of loads and Bridges pursuant to an order of the County Judge direct ing him to make a report of the dam age occasioned to bridges ty recent heavy rains and their present condition nnd files the following report which istiordered recorded and is in words and figures as follows To the Fical Court of Breckinridge liCountyI J V StClair Road Supervisor and Bride Commissioner of Breskinridge county Kentucky having been ordered n by the county court of Breckinridge county to make an inipection of the bridges of the county and ascertain their of condition and report probable cost of their repair would report as follows The bridges of the county are in very had condition caused by the recent high ty waters in all the streams of the county Tates Mill bridge ia washed away will cost probably 150 to put it back as it for was but would alvise having abutments raised 8 feet so as to get it alove high for water also would alvise putting iron c bridge if abutments are raised Esti mated cost of abutments 1033 frost of C 55 feet of span iron bridge complete 575 Totil for abutments and bridge complete 10t7 North Fork bridge the approaches are washed away and will be necessary to ftraise bridge 4 feet Estimated cost of raising abutmet in bridge 500 Putting back approaches 75 Total 575 r You need a sufficient amount of good wholesome food and more than this you need to fully digest it Else you cant gain strength nor can you strengthen your stomach if it is weak You must eat in order to live and maintain strength You must not diet because the body requires that you eat a suffic lent amount of food regularly But this food must be digested and it must be digested thoroughly When the stomach cant do it you must take something that will help the stomach + The proper way to do is to eat what you want and let Kodol digest the food a Nothing else can do this When t the stomach is weak it needs help you must help it by giving it leafy and Kodol will dp that Tar Fork bridge one wingwall is down will have to be built larger if made safe estimated cost 850 Cloverport bridge needs new floor and joist cost 450 Polls of Rough bridge needs new floc and joistj cost Breckinridge county part 2i5 McGehees Ford bridge needs tubes repaired cost of repairing tubes 1200 Would recommend putting stone in place of tubes which would cost b little more estimated cost of Breckin ridge countys part 600 Glendeane bridge is rotted down bebuilt ns none is needed Clifton Mill bridge needs two bents put under it two make it safe estimated cost 200- Oglosbys McGavocks Pisgah Pa es Monastery Goshen Rock Lick Fisher Lick Run Yellow Bank Stephensport Peter Cave Falls of Rough all iron bridges need painting i estimated cost 500 Beech Fork needs new roof estimatedc 1 cost 40- The bridges on river road from Clo verport to Stepheusport needs some re pair to put them in good condition es timated cost 300 Would further recommend to the court that there be two new bridges built iin the county one at Webster crossing Sinking Creek estimated cost 2000 and one across Shot Pouch estimated cost 8400- Estimated damages to large culverts county caused by recent high waters 1000 Total 10607- J V StClair S R B C This day came Dr J C Sutton and presented a claim amounting to t10 for holding autopsy upon the body of E T Guthrit which claim was rejected by the court t It is ordered by the court that Peter Leslie be and he is hereby exonerated from paying railroad taxes on 600 worth of property erroneously assessed the R R tax district for the year t 1008 amount jg to 180 and the sheriff shall be credited by said amount in his settlement of Railroad taxes for the year Jg08 This day came the Board of Educa on of Breckinridge county Kentucky and filed the following report recommen c dation and request towit To the on Judge of Breckinridge county and j other members of the Fiscal Courtc Tho H1 and of Education of Breckin ridge county Kentucky this forenoolltt majority being present passed a reso lution pursuant to an estimate made bvc the aforementioned board of the schools I the county and for the county High School to be established asking that anIadvalorem bx of 15 cents on the one hundred dollars worth of taxable proper and a poll fix of one dollar on each male citizen of the county of the age of twenty one years and over to bi used school purposes is directed in sec tion 98 and 99 of the new school 1law and the equipment and support of the uuty High School to be established as PillItahman J Whitworth secretary Whereupon justice Drury seconded by justice Bates moved the court that they leave for school purposes in Breckin ridge county for the year 1000 ne pro vided fir in section 08 and 99 of the school law of 1908 te 15 cents on the one hundred dollars in valuation of taxable property ant a poll tax of one dol Eat What You want of the food you need Kodol will digest it Our Guarantee Go to your druggist today and purchase a dollar bottle and if you can honestly say that you did not receive any benefits from It after using the entire bottle the drug gist will refund your money to you without question or delay Wo will pay the druggist the price of tho bottlo purchased by you largebottlofamily We could not afford to make suchIan offer unless we positively know what Kodol will do for youIIt would bankrupt us Tho dollar bottle contains2fc times as much as the fifty cent bottlo J Kodol is made at thelaboratories otE 0 PeWitt Cot oio The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing in this country most deceptive deaths arc caused by itheart dis ease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kid ney disease If kidney trouble is allowed toadvance thckidneypoison cd blood will at tack the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder brickdust or sediment in the urine head ache back ache lamer back dizziness sleeplessness nervous breaksdown and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kid inabilitytuto and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times durin the night The mild and immediate effect- e of SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the highest because of its remarkable health restoring properties A trial will convince anyone 5wnmo Root is pleasant to take and i sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all1 about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont mak any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot and dont let a dealer seti you something in place of SwampRoot if you do you will be disappointedI Dents bridge is iu bad condition and is unfit for public travel and should be replaced by new iron bridge estimated cost 700 Rosetta bridge is in bad shape but if repaired could bo made to last three or four years cost of repairs 150 lar on each male citizen of the age of twentyone years or over resident in Brcckiuridge county except in Clover port common school district and such other instances as the law excepts And the vote being taken thsreon resulted usfollowsJohn yea C H Drury yea T M Batesven J T McCamish yea tItG Vessells yea Frauk Ruppert yeaAnd said motion was vottd upon and carried was unanimously adop ed by n yea and nay vote aud made the order of this court This day came the sheriff in response to an order heretofore made and pro duced to the magistrates of the several districts a list of delinquent taxpayers and the magistrates of each district hav ing examined the said list It is moved by justice Bates and seconded by justice OReilly that the said list as corrected be adopted and that the sheriff be given credit in his settlement for 1008 in the sum of 150 for each delinquent as follows First district 172 delinquents Second district 181 delinquents Third disirict 103 delinquents Fourth dis trict 112 delinquents Fifth district 66 delinquents Six district 82 delin quents And the said motion as voted upon and carried was adopted and carri ed by vote and made the order of this court It is ordered by the court that the fol lowing sums be and they are hereby al lowed and appropriated to the persons below named respectively for the services mentioned J W Teaff supplies1 furnished for court house 6 95i J C Still coal oil furnished for court nouse 7 05 B F Beard Co supplies furinished for jail 27 15 B F Beard Co election supplies for November election 1908 781 B F Beard Co supplies fur nished for court house 36 71 Lee Bishop fee as coroner and supplies furnished county 21 40 S T Smith fees as deputy sheriff 127 50 S T Smith taxes for 1008 on property erroneously assessed II 43 S T Smith deputy sheriff allow ance to road overseers which is Charged against the sheriff for year 1908 16 00 It is ordered by the court that John Harris be and he is hereby exonerated from paying taxes for the year 1008 on 200 worth of property which was er roneously assessed- It is ordered by the court that Robert E Compton be and he is hereby exoner ated from paying taxes for the year 1908 on 100 worth of property which waS erroneously assessed- It is ordered by the court that Ezra H Tucker be and he is hereby exoner ated from paying taxes for the year 1908 on 700 worth of property which was erroneously assessed Order that court adjourn until to morrow morning at nine oclock At a Fiscal Court continued and held in and for Breckinridge County at the Courthouse in Hardinsburg on Wednes day April 7 1009 Present Hon H DeH Moorman presiding Judge of the Breckinridge County court and the following named justices of the pence towit John ORilley T M Bates H G Vessels CHI Drury J T McCamish and Frank Rup pert being dll the justices of the peace in commissioniIt is ordered by the court that the commisslonersam91ntedtos tt1evfthI the sheriff together with the committoe of this court who were ordered tq fa i r The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust company1 B F BEARDPresident MH BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier 3 per cent on time more Three per cent is as much f best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely bank can afford to pay JI spect and report on said settlement are new directed to checkup the supervisor of Roads records and compare the same report on the same at the time they re port on the settlement This day came T J Moore circuit clerk and presented for allowances claims for costs in the case of Willis Green On Petition in the circuit court which was referred toa committee com posed of justices Bates Ruppert and Drury with instructions to report there one and Bridge Supervisor and Mike Miller was placed in nomination by justice Drury which nomination was seconded by justice OReilly and no other nomi nations being made the vote was taken and Mr Miller was unanimously elected Supervisor of Roads and Bridges for a perid of two years And he is hereby ordered and directed to forthwith execute a bond to the Commonwealth of Kentucky and Breckinridge county for the faithful performance of his duties and for the proper accounting of all monies that may come into his hands in the sum of twentyfive thousand dollars as required by law And he is now allowed such assistants and shall make such contracts as are incident to the proper nnd economical expenditure of the county fund for road and bridge purposes and for any such contracts made or assistants employed he shall be liable on his official bond He is direct ed to be in his office on Monday and Saturday of each week and to employ the remaning days in the various dis tricts of the country in the discharges of his official duties He shall keep a record of all orders drawn by him and properly approved by the county judge in the Supervisors Record Book pro vided for his office He will issue or ders for services performed and supplies furnished under the same system which was in force during the year 1008 His salary is fixed at six hundred dollars per annum payable quarterly Then came the election of a Poor House Keeper and justice Drury bomi nated Columbus Davis which norm nation was seconded by justice OReilly and no other nomination being made the vote was taken and Mr Davis was unanimously elected Poor House Keeper for a period of two years and he shall be governed by the regulations heretofore prescribed Then came the election of a Pauper and Jail physician and justice Ruppert nominated Dr J C Sutton which nomi nation was seconded by justic Vessells and no other nomination being made the vote was taken and Dr Sutton was elected Pauper and Jail physician for a period of two years then came the election of a Pauper Commissioner and justice Vessells plac ed in nomination Lee Walls which nomination was seconded by justice Drury and no other nomination being made the vote was taken and Lee Walls was elected Pauper Commissioner for a period of two years Then came the election of a Commis sioner and Receiver and justice OReil ly placed Paul Compton in nomination which nomination was seconded by justice Drury and no other nomination being made the vote was taken and Paul Compton was elected Commissioner and Receiver for a period of two years And he will execute bond to the Com monwealth of Kentucky and Breckin ridge county in the sum of 10000 con ditioned for the faithful performance of his duties Then came the election of nCom missioner for the Railroad Tax Districti and justice Drury nominated M H Beard which nomination was seconded by Justice Vessells and no other nomi nation being made the vote was taken iaadSMr Beard duly elected Railroad Commissioner for the Tax District for a period of two years Then came the election of a member of the County Board of Health and justice OReilly nominated John Hoben which nomination was seconded by juta tice Ruppert and no other nomination being made the vote was taken and Mr Hoben was duly elected member of the County Board of Health It in ordered by the court that the salaries of all county officers shall remain as fixed by the last order of this court relating thereto and shall be pay able in the same manner This day came Lee Walls Pauper CotomlBslo er and fried Ills jreport ibi which lie referrwi to oomniltteee corn pawdofl ice lnfattmirh VMselli Capital 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 1100000 DIRECTORS Eskridgo a W Beard Richardson Dr M Kincholoo V Beard depositSno as fPays managed makeg Roadi j This AFor75 Only ON 30 DAYS FREE TRIAL DIRECT to you from the LARGEST exclusive organ factory in the WORLD at the net whole anddealersON CREDIT anduseItdd MONEY to pay unto GET THE ORGAN etyleeofthesameot4netlonwellsuperior QUALlnofouroraranaJOrgan Co Losit4vs11esKy 45 FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS IGUARANTEED TO SATISFY PURCHASERS aL Cab T4 ItJutI PRICE of to t I ttTOFWe grew the first Frost Proof Plants in 1868 Now hac over r loisand satisfied customers and we have crown rod sold more cabbage plants Ibm all other persons in the Southern slates ccmlfoed WHY because plants must please or we send your money back Order now it is time to set these plant n your section to get extra early cabbage and they arc the ones thatsc U fc tlic h ntiSptctil orderfllerOlIoWIkeultluWrit orillHrl1i rttaWie Win C dCraty COr Rttt Es 3 VCiltl S 3Ijf r + wwnwr s n Mrw+ e n rIWKLY I COURIERJOURNAL HENRY WATTERSON Editor Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and th- eBRECKENRIDGE NEWS Both One Year for-t 150 t ifyou will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier Journal Daily CourierJournal One Year 5600 f Sunday CourierJournaljl One Yearr 2do- We Q can give you acombnationcut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper L Drury and they will make report thereon tomorrow morning This day came John Alexander a commissioner heretofore appointed to confer with a like commissioner from Grayson county concerning the eta tion of a bridge across hough Creak iltt Hornbacks Milt oust filmci f rtreppdptt expressing the opinion that nape hpull be built this year whlctt report its adbp ted by this court And thfs comraiJwiion r discharged and ljsi allowed for two jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj Morris G D S A Robertson B F NO you It I lob fvo our i nd tt t C 1 5 icThis day came the sheriffMiltidiller and prescxitd fJr aUoVafeeyi a claim amo itigt5QB which is referred wIi to accsiumitteei vconiposed ojf J ticcif i f Igj u1irfupptrt and MqCamish r tiijwJll+ make report thereon tomorrow nining This day C4me Mrs R T Pbjk Jl presented for allowance a claim amount ink tp jfortaxes alleged to bE er I 4paatJnu J on Page 7oin- ti a 1 Easy Confinement I If you hive cause to fear the pates of cWIdMrtb remember that they are due to weakness or dis ftease of the womanly organs sad that healthy women do not suffer ti tilike weak ones 1 t vegetablefamous female medicine and wo j manly tonic lilti i OFCARDUI WOMANS RELIEF U conipOtodwill build up the t womanly organs to a healthy state and thus prevent needless suffer Ing Before my confinement writes Mrs Rose Schubarth of Monu anent Coo I had such bearing down pains I didnt know what to do Cardul quickly relieved me Somo months later I had d fine 12 Ib baby was sick only thirty lutes and did not even have a doctorAt All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing symp DeptTheCOlChattanooga L I PROCEEDINGS Continued from Page 6 roneously assessed which claim was rejected by this court This day came M H Beard and filed a report as Railroad Commissioner which is referred to a committee com posed ofjustices OReilly and Ruppert who are directed to report thereon to morrowIt by the court that Gus Brown the county attorney be and is hereby directed to take the necessary steps to collect all back taxes on proper ty heretofore unlisted which was un covered by the Revenue Agent And he wilt make a complete report at theI 1next term of this court This day came the committee to 1 1which was referred the claim of T J Moore circuit clerk for fees in the Wil lis Green road case amounting to 62785 and recommended its payment which ii report was adopted and the claim allowed to which the county attorney t pbjectsaud excepts 278 I It is ordered by the court that all 1 parties who have been or may hereafter t i be erroneously assessed are hereby i ordered and directed to take due notice of the law which provides in section t 4250 that any person or corporation claiming to be erroneously charged with any tax upon property not owned 11 by them may at any time not later i than the next regular county court after i they have received notice o A the same bYdemand made upon them to pay the I tax offer evidence in support of said complaint to the county court of the i county iii which the assessment was made and if said court after due con c sideralion of the evidence finds that they were not owners of the property assessed it may correct the same by re leasing them from any payment of the taxthereonAnd clerk will keep a list of all such corrections made by the county court and file the same on the first day of each term of this court This day came the county clerk and filed all the sheep claims lodged in his office since the last term of this court and the same are referred to a commit tee composed of justices Vessels and Bates and they are directed to report thereon tomorrow iThis day name John Alexander and Jubal Hook Jr Commissioners hereto J9re appointed to report Upon the ne esstty for a bridge across Shot Pouch I creek near Sample and state that the game is apparently necessary which re j Whereuponjafter court iit is declared to to the sense of the court i ithataction thereon be deferred Continued next week I A Living Skeleton it tjje final condition of any child that liiui wormsifit lives Think of hav nVbmething in your stomach that eats alt you take as nourishment Nine maybeiOinf IfWhites Cream VermifugeIt ex pea all worms and is a tonic for the baby price 25 cents Sold by A H t fiihcr otlce it Wei have started our wagon ou daily iri for tke delivery of Ice this season Your old book trunkr SAear is still t jobdV butjf you pay oihfpr the rt mainln coupons or fta Inw ogee youa py Usti lOk to regal 9t1 a W i8- Jh tlm a buy books r qtlui hur inforn Lion teltiphetR- lovgrport Water Ii I Ics n n Coheyc a = O ROOSEVELT Arrives In Africa Greatly j terested In The Country Welcomed By Natives v Knpltl Plains British East Af April 3J Theodore Roosevelt A reached thehuntingBrouudsand tot he will spend his first night in Atjunder canvass A nil camp has u established near the railroad stat hero for the Roosevelt expedit Fand last night lions were prowling a in the vicliiit of the tents The coutJ I I is green owing to the recect rains a there Is every prospect of glad spot Tho commoner varieties of game ar plentiful and the huntsmen will lose nt time in getting started on their shooting I trip The special train bearing the Hoosevelt party from Mouibasn arrived I hero At 120 ociopx this afternoon I only the members of tho party tO off at Knpiti Plains F J Jackson the act ng Governor of the Protectorate and the other officials who ame up from Mombasa continued on to Nairobi The camp established for Mr Roose volt is most elaborate The caravan will have a total of 260 followers There are thirteen tents for the Europeans and their horses and sixty tents for the porters An American flag is flying over the tent to be occupied by Mr Koosc velt All the native porters of the expe dition were lined up on the platform when the Roosevelt special pulled in andas Mr Roosevelt stepped down from the train they shouted a salute in his honor In response Mr Roosevelt rais ed his hat Mr Roosevelt was welcomed at the station by Sir Alfred Pease who will be his host on the Athi River Mr Roose velt is dressed today in a khaki suit and a white helmet The weather is bright and warm Mr Roosevelt was on tho cowcatcher of the engine when the train pulled in having occupied that position for the seventynine miles between Makindu and Kapitl Plains He Said he was in tensely interested in the country and ex pressed his gratitude and delight at the hospitality shown him by the acting Governor and Mrs Jackson The Caravan awaiting the Roosevelt party includes four headsmen nine gun bearers twelve armed guards 200 porters and nine horses Mr Selous is going on a lion hunt with Mr MLillian He is not attach ed to the Roosevelt party the only mem bers of which licensed to shoot lions ar Mr Roosevelt and Kermit Constipation causes headache nausea dizziness languor heart palpitation Drastic physics gripe sicken weaken the bowels and dont cure DoausRegu lets act gently and cure constipation 25 cents Ask your druggist PERFECT FLIERS Eagles Vultures and Similar Birds Are In This Class It Is a fact that those Ingenious and daring minds tbat devote themselves to the solution of the problem of avia tlon have given no small part of their preliminary study to considering the manner of flight of birds A strange result of this Investigation Is the conclusion now generally In dorsed that as a whole tho bird world Is not to be regarded as perfect In Its attainment of flight For Instance It Is contended by the best authorities that nil birds obliged continually to flap their wings and In thlrf ciiteirory may bti mentioned sparrows finches thrushes crows etcaro still In an imperfect stage of advancement In the next class ns being a dpgrco advanced are put such blrtls as pigeons swallows etc which are able to dart ahead for a space after they havo gained a good start by the vigor ous flapping of their pinions e In the third class the birds that may be said to bo perfect fliers are the eagles vultures albatrosses and aim ilar big birds possessing the ability to rise and fall and sway and soar In tho air indefinitely without a perceptible movement of their wings It is of course known to every person of an observant turn that theso big fowl aro able to soar into the air gradually un tilat last they disappear from the eye of the watcher It being almost Impossible to detect any movement beyond a slight occasional motion of the t nNow York Tribune Dont let tho baby suffer from eczema sores or any itching of the skin Doans curesquicklyAll druggists sell it Compulsion Little tlvcyeat old Beanie was tclllnc About some medicine she had taken While ill Yes Slit said I took some tpmpulajon otcod liver oil and youdear Wellrejoined Bessie there vas a good deal of compulsion about It Ohjcajjo Hobs- Had dyspepsia and indigestion for years No appetite and What I did eat distressed tne terribly Burdock Blood Bitters cured me J H Walk r Sun ryeObIo Ii t i lS SCribeN01Y1r t L4 rt K A 1 I f o CKENRIDL L THE NEWS THATS FIT TO j CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY J NGSri 1I 1I DEATH COMES TO W A PENICK Splendid And WellKnown Young Man Dies At CusterIIad tai IIhY egrItt Vb tIs Its handsome CABINET TOP which gives it every convenience of the modern steel range Has an ample top shelf for warming plates and keeping cooked food hot drop shelves for holding small cooking utensils and is even fitted with racks for towels Made in three sizes andcan be had with or without Cabinet Top If not at your dealers address our nearest agency The D n glves Crfe- ctf V combustion Bfr whether high- or lowIs therefore free from disagreeable odor and can not smoke Safe convenient ornamental the Ideal light If not your dealers address our nearest agency OIL COMPANY Incorporated THE OF Smart New York Women Use Triple Full Length Mirrors THE FLOWER TRIMMED VEIL Spring Hats Bring Teeth and Nose Into Prominence and Play Hide and Seek With Wearers Faces Models More EccentrioEvery Day Dear IasaDick has Just given me an Easter present that going to be the comfort of my life Yes I know that In the proper sequence of things I should have been delighted and surprised 1 bought myself to find the gift In my dressing room on Ens justecouldnt watt a day longer without a peep into my full length triple mirror for thats the present I should be receiving on Sunday morning Aprll 11 I do wonder though what I really will find beside my breakfast plate on this auspicious morning But Its too hor rid of me oven to autosuggest the Idea of another gift Still I would give Dick a Jolly good hug K he remem bered how I liked that No I wont even tell you what was Its too grasping In fact piggIshof me But to describe this mirror Every woman nowadays who goes In for dress as n tine art and most all New York women do are obliged to own one of these glasses When fashions are BO freakish one cannot run the risk of appearing In a more outlandish guise than Mme la Mode Intends one should One does not feel safe In be ing nssurcA by ones mirror tbat she is well put tip from one vantage point She must be sartorially perfect from every nngl Now this Is exactly what the triple mirror docs for you And If used like a patent medicine ad doesnt Itat each dress- Ing you kfriw to a certainty whether you turtle our neck or carry It grace fully poised whether your Dominican gown with Its penitential lines makes you resemble Friar Tuck In his monks robe or whether your Psyche would meet the approval of the early Greeks As for your hat why a chopping bowl affair even has attractions view fed from the right angle triangle of a triplicate You know what a vast dif ference the least difference In the ad justment of a clmpeau means to femininity exactly tho difference between good looks and ugliness That awfully good manicurist I have told you about uses a triple mirror when she works with the bands of her patrons In thlsglass she shows them how to avoid unsightly poses of the hands that arc seen by their neighbors- at card table or dinners Tho way Im booming these mirrors Vflll probably lead you to suppose that I have the agency for disposing of them Unfortunately this luck goes to a Fifth avenuo firm But I am crazy over the thins and just sporty enough to risk seeing myself as others nee me Of course Im not often satisfied with line result but as Browning says the possible best Is a comfort to achieve And talking of Browning reminds me of Dicks latest piece of Impu dence You know dear we have Just organized a literary club In our neigh borhood and the other afternoon I found Dick home when I camo from tho last meeting Well he asked cheerfully looking up over the top of his paper what was thp topic under discussion by tho club this after noon For a minute I couldnt think what wo had been talking about Everything was so stupid Then final IiI blurted out Oh yea I recollect We discussed that horrid woman thats moved In across tbq street and Longfellow1 I actually failed to re perfectvrta rJ f DENTISTS MIET Association Will Be IIff Week At Crab r Springs Larp II OUKStove I I Vay Lamb at STANDARD GLASS FASHION Is so It It faithfullysounds I howl greeted my abstracted ears Nasty of him wasnt It 1 am absolutely fagged out from trying to run a spring hat to cover that I could wear without looking a fright In nud I think I have succeed ed In capturing the brush to use a hunting term In the chapeau of bronze green straw I have sketched for you In the seasons medley of shapes this Is a very conventional model but It has a signature Inside the crown that would satisfy any wo man of Its Ihlcness even If she overlooked the lovely great white marsh roses about the crown and the long ends of bronze velvet ribbon that tie under the chin The average hats of the spring are wildly eccentric and they grow worse and worse There is more than one queer shape Theres the funnel the llowcrpot and the large spreading tray from which to select but there Is one trait com mon to them all they play hide and seek with their wearers faces Two features hese hats do bring Into prominence the teeth and the nose So If a girl has a good set of teeth and a barb nose or the reverse shes between the devil and the deep sea and It world be bettor to select a model more Impartial in its demands But you dear arts fortunate In having a face nay hat would be proud to adornThe newest thing In veils has flow ers attached at the top where It Is ar ranged about the lint 1 saw a stun ning woman at Sherrys the other aft ernoon wearing a small blue turban In dull spiky straw with a face veil of bluo net caught Irregularly around the top with tiny shaded pink and red roses This veil was put on in such a way tint the roses outlined the crown and there was no crushing or catching of the flowers as Is the case when the veil Is adjusted over tho flowers Just try the effect of a simi lar arrangement and see how fetching it is Elizabeth X has just called mo up on the phone and asked me to go with her to the Colony club to see the loan exhibition of household arts of the eighteenth century This Is the smartest womans club In the country Mrs Join Jacob Astor I think Is the pres- Ident and I will have lots to tell you about what I saw when I take my pen In hand ngaln to give you a prosy glimpse of the doing of little old New York Until then yours lovingly MABEL A QUICK CHANGE From the Desire For Comfort to the Craze For Speed Mr Nowcar about to start on his first trip in his recently purchased motor car to his chauffeurNow Wil liam I want it thoroughly understood I will not have fast driving Always keep well under the legal limit not as close to It as you can Ten miles an hour is fast enough for me What I want is comfort not excitement Do you understand Three days later Er cr William I must bo back to the house by 7 oclock This road seems verYstraight and wide Dont you think you might go just a little faster without dan gerTwo days later William this dust Is very unpleasant If you could pass that car ahead it seems to be going rather slowly Next day Put on a little more speed William Theres no use In be ing a crank This road Is too good to chanceA Open her up WII liam Tljero are no police within five miles Ill 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the School What to Say and What Not to Say Course in Grammar Course in Letter Writing and Punctuation Business English for CompoundWordsHow Studies in English Literature AGENTS WANTED SI a Year Send lOcf or Sample Copy t CORRECT ENGLISH Chicago III Please mention paper 3 7liiilIlF3lF7li e- 1P 1 TI n ham t JiwLlr iKIll II J rI ilia 1I 1 CO J I I vT SPRING POETRY i BY REV J AlBADOR i The first poem written for the News since the robbins have come Ji Colemnn nnd Ken went to tho sea I In a beautiful pen green boat They took somo honey nnd plenty of money Wrapped up in it live pound note K And Coleman looked up to the moon above gllitulIs I 0 lovely Ken 0 Ren my love 4 What a beautiful Hen you are you are r What a beautiful Ron you are Hen said to Coleman you elegant fellow How wonderfully sweet you sing 0 let us oo married too long we have tarried But what shall wo do for a ring They sailed away for a year and a day r i To tho land where tho bong tree grows And there in the roast a piggywig stood With a ring in the end of his nose his nose t With a ring in the end of his nose I willIa shilling I So they took it away and were married next day x By tho Turkey that lives on tho hill They dined upon mince and slices ofquinco Which they ate with a fishhorn spoon And hand in hand on the edge of tho sand They danced by the light of tho moon tho moon They danced by the light of the moon II HARNED Rev Joe Quiggins filled his regular appointment here Sunday Mr aud Mrs Crawford Beauchamp ant little daughter Myrtle spent Saturday in Hardinsburgthe guests of her sister Mrs James Kinnison Misses Kittle and Hallie D Meador left Monday for Owensboro where they will spend several days with friends an relativesSeveral from here attended the show at Hardtnsburg Thursday Willie Clark and Albert Tucker came up from Hardinsbnrg Sunday morning and spent the day the guests of friends Mr and Mrs Stanley Thornhill and1 baby of Garfield were the guests off Green Burnett aud family Sunday Corn Planting is the order of the day IJlWAWeathei ford purchased fine jersey cow from Beard Bros one day lastt week Miss Bessie B Weatherford is visit ing relatives at Garfield this week The putt food law is designed by the Government to protect the public from injurious Ingredients in both foodsi and drugs It is beneficial both to the public and to the conscientious manufacturer Elys Cream Balm a success ful remedy for cold ia the head nasal catarrh hay fever etc containing no 1 injurious drugsmeets fully the requirements of the new law and that fact iis prominently stated on every package It contains none of the injurious drugs which are required by the law to be mentioned on the label Hence you can use it safely Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA STEPHENSPORTI Exquisite milliuery at Mrs Paynes Mr and Mrs J W French spent a few days last week in the city Dr P H Nevitt went to Louisville last week on business Mrs R S Skillman is improving some at this writing Miss Mary Basham was the guest of Mrs R A Shellman Saturday and SundayMiss Grace Payne and Miss May Bandy of Irvington were the g icsts of Miss Esther Payna Sunday Produce in exchange for hats and dry goodsG W Payne- J D Babbage of Cloverport was in town Saturday The Telephone Company had their r annual meeting here Saturday and T elected new directors Rev F R Roberts has been on the sick list Go to Mrs G W Paynes millinery store for beautiful hats at reasonable pricesThe hail storm Thursday night did a great deal of damage to tobacco beds and gardenstMrs Nancy Powell is able to walkabout the room I Mrs G W Payne reports fine mil finery sales Saturday J JThomas Smith has his new cottage d Tier Winchell and n wife will occupy it Mr and Mrs Harvey English Jr I 1 i 14p J- Tr1 II and son James were in Louisville the first of the week Little Lillian Blaine has been real1 sick Miss Fanny Lacy who has been visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs H 8 English has returned to her home at Pembroke A new and complete line of springi dry goods just received at G WI Paynes When you come ask ford prices on all our goods Bring your produce with you WHAT FOLKS SAYIABOUT TilE NEWS I Enclosed you will find 25 cents for the News for three more months Please toFrymirohome IdB Wheeler 000 Enclosed find 100 for the News We are delighted with our new home aud thin California a fine country but deep down in our hearts we have a feelin for our old Kentucky homo UespectfullyMrs 000 Has Stood By The News Editor News Enclosed you will find P O Money Order for one dollar fur which is my thirtieth installment of my lifetime in terest in the News Isubsrribed fV r the News when u besrJUss boy t1have11Courlerlj willItake it rs long as I live I came very near falling out with the News in 90 when it tore its shirt off of its back and pulled the hair out of ltd head for free silver but the CourierJournal hewed to the line and is still doing business at everythinglookscrop year grass came early andstock is doing nicely Corn is about all planted and early corn is being workedCottolld will be planted this week aud the first week in May There will be a large acreage planted this year Wishing you I IEt1garApril 26 1009n000 The Breckenriege News The Breckenridee News is one of the Coldest established newspapers in the state and has for many years been a fa vorite county paper for many people John D Babbage the editor is an indefatigable worker and is wellknown over the state He has one of the fittest equipped newspaper and job printing plants in the state and does extensive 1businessMiss A Louise Babbage the assistant editor is one of the most brilliant and most beautiful young women in Western Kentucky She has a great many ad mirers newspaperftaternlty popular through what was considered one of the best addresses ever delivered before the Kentucky Press Association at its Midwinter meeting in Louisville last December Breckinridge Democrat 000I wish to compliment the News on the catchy excellent writeup given our show The circus folks were highly pleased and we want several extra coplcsM Rhodes Howes London Shows April 28 000 I appreciate the News more than any county newspaper oil our exchange list You have such an orinigal way ol writing up little local happenings and it gives your paper an attractive appear 2 r lJ The Cause of ManyffThere is n disease untry most dangerous lIanysuddendeaths by itheart dis pneumoniaheart apoplexy are often the result of kid ney disease If kidney trouble is allowed toadvancc- thekidneypoison cd blood will at I this Tjitnl organs causing catarrh of V brickdust or sediment in- each wead ache back ache lame best andSS sleeplessness nervous out On FMueys themselves break question as to whW11 hwWlJ1 l I first the News or breakfast SincerelyDuRelle Fairle- igIARDJNSDURG h Miss Betsey Moorman returned Glendeane Monday after spendi several days with her sister Mrs D R Murray Gen Murray was In Louisville few days last week Mrs Herbert M Beard and Mr B F Beard returned Wednesday a visit to Mr and Mrs Allen Edel of BurginIJudge Moorman is having the offices cleaned up painted and put in the best of order before court ope next Monday Mrs D R Murray is spending the week at Glendeane so as to be withI her cousin Mrs Nunnelly of George town fcMrs Nunnelly is visiting her parents Dr and Mrs R T Deml ter Mrs Nora Board of Irvfngton the guestof Mrs SBeard a few days last week Roy Moorman is pending this wee In Louisville Rev Gayer of Louisville preached two excellent sermons at theBaptlst church Sunday Mrs J H Pile is spending a few days in Louisville Rev Cyrin Thomas is at home again ibleto be in attendance it services though not yet a well man Mrs Judith DeJarnette roturned to Owensboro Monday after a visit to Mr and Mrs Marvin Beard J Prof W Martin at present of Owensboro but lately from Japan and the Philippines is the guest of Mr and Mrs J M Roland near town Prof Martin is a brother1 of Mrs Rolands He had notjlen his sister for twentyfour years He is on of the instructors of the Davies County Teachers Institute this year1 and has promised us a lecture in th summer when he returns for another visitQuarterly meeting is being held a M E churchSouth with preach ug tonight by the Presiding Elder of Elizabethtown Dr Mather has accepted the invitation to preach on each Wednesday r night during court On n xtWed- nesday 1 night his theme will be The Unrecognized God Supt Pile Is in Bowling Green attending the meeting of the Westerni Kentucky Superintendents of Schools whih convened yesterday for a four sing with an excursio- trip down Barren river FridaytCircuit court begins next Monday Mr T B Henderson and Miss Or- l of Webster C L Bruing 1 of Harned Miss Cora Matthews WD Smith of West View ProfoWarner of Kingswood Gabe Wrighti j of McQuady and Revs Mather and1 of Hardinsburg met here Monday afternoon and arranged the County Sunday School Convention program which meets at DlcQund June 2nd and 3rd Finley Miller and H C Murray went to Derby Monday EugenNewtone o f ItoI t CCStMry r Ctore DiseaseThe Bank of Hard y J J n B F BEARD II IIc grug1sASSiSt lraiuretrPresidentnot elaiAltI that Peruna will II MH BEARpeumati Nothing will cure atism but t living But iit Cashierd1 med that ia will assist a PAUL COMPTONabused i1 ih to perform its Assistant CashierIII II Pays 3 per cent on time the best banks in thisSrts1 I J Orl f4h4t itself against derangements This is the most that medicine can do I A man accidentally puts his finger in tho fire Instinctively he wets his finger in his mouth then blows on it for I tho cooling effect This is no euro He toknows it very well But it makes it ngfeel better for the time beingjj People eat unwisely This produces dyspepsia or indigestion Tho only arational cure is to eat MEDICINE correctly Yet if a PALLIATES palliative is at hand I SYMPTOMS the pains of indigcs mitigatedendyspepsia medicine cannot be said to havo cured It simply palliates disagreeable symp toms Tho euro must come through- ns right living Take Feruna for instance No one claims Peruna is a cure for dyspepsia But Perunawill stimulate the stomach to perform its function properly Pe runa will increase tho flow of digestives fluids without which digestion cannot l be carried on at all It will increase asthe relish of food the appetite It is admitted that all this can be accomplished by right living butthere notkor do not know correctly that a tremendous amount of good can be done by tho wise useof Peruna A stomach that has been frequently abused performs the function of diges tion very lazily Such a stomach allows i t the food to remain undigested for sometime i after it is swallowed This leads to fermentation of the food Sour 1 stomach is the result This goes on week after week until tho blood is b poisoned with the product of fermen tation This condition is very apt to produce rheumatism dyspepsia neu ralgia gout etc THE HUMAN HAND Its Relation to the True Edua ion of feflNo animal or bird can endure the ex tremes of climate like math or Is at homo In so many different parts of thee world A dog It Is true will follow man anywhere but only when food and shelter ore provided Nor can any vanet ty of food as man can digest He flour- Ishes on roots herbs grubs insects fruits or fish on which flesh eating an imals would starve or he Is equally pleased with animal and bird flesh on which herbivorous animals would starve He can pick nuts with the monkey catch fish with the otter dig roots with the wild pig eat ants eggs with the ant cater and grasshoppers with the snake And all this Is due to mans hand Because his hand could grasp a stone or a club man rose on his bind legs 1snthe most wonderful of all tools It- wists like a monkey wrench hangs on like a grappling hook cracks like a tearsalike forceps grubs like a gophers This brings us to the first great les son of health and common sense Man wes all to his hand Train the childs hand then answer the questions that the brain which the hand builds will ask and you have true educatlon du cation at Its best Give children every kind of hand work that their play In Iny stincts arc the deepest useful In their nature and then brain development will follow as naturally as the night follow daySan Francisco Chronicle 4- I Never ask pardon before you are ac cused German Proverb a person wSJJ correct his habits 1st in right9Hfaf and temperate s undoubti stomach would dejhtitself the wouldriditselfo f ice poison aawwrything would bo- I right But adlbeforo there are a sewTndo of people who CORRECT B JWlltpr cannot adopt HABITS rfSfcinethods of living 1 PREVENT Ififcjipeh people Peruna DISEASE Adosobeforo will assist the stomach to do- fermentation k This prevents i food brings about normal digest 4 all the train of ills that folloi petition disappear In otherwot- hoso runa is helpful to who if ly or those who have acquir dhronio weakness Peruna doesn- powersofNat fybut it assists the Joeing about acure The whip dt increase tho power of tho horse a load but judi ciously used ii fates the horse to use his powers right time without which hr not have pulled the load This illustr t t tiffect of Peruna or any other JSemedy upon the system Ta the right time it calls forth tl Iffri of the human system tomencroachments of disease and ttom short if not entirely ends tKttJpiutd action No one shejiffi4r attempt to substitute medi ieplace of right living In iCjil such an attempt will prove aiilpw l But an occasional use otheseig MMoine at the right time is a g fond no reasonable person will e to deny it Those wu Jkowto use Feruna find it of uniebl tae By and by the world will pi die enough so that no medicine at alfwilllMidleded But that time has not an Iii the meantime while the yS igjapproaohing that perfection i all medicine will e oliminat is a handy edy to have piise- eSlightde is ofthe stomach slight ca oks of the liver thethroat Mil tubes lungs or tJRea Writing The Duk tellington through misreading badly written letter made n ludl iffifiindcr This letter was written r London a botan seal ruthorf w ite to the duke requesting III ge of seeing his beautiful be he duke misread the sigitat slut of C J Bloom Reid bishopbf don and wrote In reply Major tnlf always be glad to see youzMt oflcldsayc and my servant slait i you as many palm of my breyou may choose to Inspect 61 it you want to see them for Hd f beyond meExchange Explains Why isilraprpfessor asked the young majjyligJhHbe bad eye that when Cbrnjiiyier Columbus discov ered this coulttfyihe didnt settle down and stay Imff Doubtless a are aware my young friend n red the professor that the Span form of his name was Crlstoval l on Yes sIr Well n does not mean a full stop Wo retuln now young gen tiernen tort consideration of thele- ssonDxch ge n Different Class I hearjjjiinfitj i that your wife has gone IntojiiRiSit j Has she become a rlubwoinaii fT- Incladq toMNrhas not got into that lass SbeT4es a flatiron sor New Yong1R fried iiuIe nett la over bill of rarer IIeury Iw 4oyou order bog and hotuiny a a fuitt class reatrant7 City eepbew You iIopt uncle Chicago Tribune S Y bowels these attacks are sure to lead to grave diseases and can be averted by the judicious use of Peruna Let us ask ourselves the question how does Peruna assist Nature How does Peruna even mitigate acquired I 1tdiseases 7 Ifwo could butsee theraucou memo brano of a catarrhal stomach we would find it paler than it should be poorly supplied with blood andlulUCI tho peptic juices not furnished ikI I sufficient abundance If food is taken into the stomach i while it is in this condition the stim 1 ulus of the food is not sufficient to cause the juices to be poured out in V 1The1 u sour Various gases are formed and t poisonous materials which not only j disturb tho stomach but are absorbed 4 by tho stomach and intestines into this system producing depression of the nervous system derangement of the j i action of the heart sallow complexion r f biliousness and the like lfc- i If a dose of Feiun PERUNA I is taken just before eat ASSISTS ing the action of the NATURES Peruna upon the inner I EFFORTS I coats ofthe ctoniach ig 11 1 stimulatingA1iowofJ blood is brought to the parts di i abundant quantity of gastric juice it I rt poured out The muscular walls of f4the stomach are temporarily strength j ened to do their part and thus quick and thorough digestion of the food ull 11 securedThis sort of digestion nourishes the whole body the stomach as well as the other organs If the Foruna is con 1f tinued judiciously for a few days the 111 walls of tho stomach are so strengthjj I 1 ened and the circulation of the blooot so regulated by the increased amount ofnutrition received that tho Permit l j need not be taken any longer The fistomach has simply been misted temp porarily when it is able to take up its own function in a natural way This is how it is that Feruna assists NaturefWouldnt you like to read a few tine f solicited testimonials from people who i have used Peruna and who stand ready to confirm the above statementtt v i concerning iU If so address the Ft runa Drug Manufacturing do Cof fL 1 1 lumbus Ohio and we will send 1iOI prepaidC r- a I 11 G Grinnell Jr t Born April127tb to Dix and Mrs H Gough Grinnell of Mead ville Miss L aL line boy The name of the youngster is HG Grinnell Jr Lfeitchfield I Gaze ttaNiiouse Burnsfi t A house on Cass Gardners placer burned Thursdaysnight Two families were living inYthej house They lost vv everything jwith the exception of one l ls trunk TJie fire is supposed to have originated from a defective flue C 13oksSGod be thanked for booksI They are the voices of the distant nnd the dead v and make us heirs oftbe spiritual life of passages JBboks are true levelers They give to all who Will faithfully use them the society the sphltualapresence of the best and greatest oi1 our race No matter how poor I ara 1II score dwelling if the secred writers will enter and take up ttielr abode narrder my roof If Milton will cross my paradiseInd j i world of imagination and the workings of the human heart and Frank 1 tin to cnrlph me with hip practical fIlIitell d i become a cultivated min though excluded from wbat Is called the beat society A is the piace where I live Wjl Ham Bllery Chaunlng hii8drn r yII FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAAf IIICZZ3 CZIOIZZ 1I1 0Jillt 10JIQII Q10 Q11I t0JIl11c40 t=OO Q 0 0 V1O PiVERS r o = Those parties who are owingi 1906 l9 Y fe8 taxes are here 4 notifiediU that these taxes are past due and must be L dl If they are not settled at i j iriijf I MILT MILLERi Sheriff 0 QQCZIOEID II C0L Jill Q0 QO DOI ji JIJCIOL IQJI Cou rcIoJ 6 n- i t J II assCd C oJ J 0- I J Saf