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T U fl p 1 u J 4 + 1 = nc 1 P hyRa tr + THEyy t ALL THE NEWS THAT S x SIT TO PRIN7-S s I YOLo XXXIII CLOYERPORT KENTUCKY WE L5DAY MAY 19 1909 8 Paces Nta 45 HORRIBLE TRAGEDY IIOVERSI OVER PEACEFUL CLOVER PORT h Jesse Keys Dies From Terrible Stab Wounds Had Been on a Pleasure Trip With William and Selby McCracken Expires Before Mak ing Statement r KEYS FOUND ALONE DYING NIllS BOAT A pleasure trip that ended In aI tra1 was the one taken Sunday Wuli JlcCracken Selby McCracken j and Jesse Keys the latter of the three lying cold in his grave today ti Death ATragedy F The death of Keys Is the result of one the most horrible tragedies that ever occured in this community Sunday Keys with his two fellow 1 workmen started together for a trip down the river in Keys gasoline boat Nothing was heard from them until I r abOut 830 that night when the Mc 4 Cracken men returned to the city and i informed several persons that Keys i was hurt in his boat and they had I i ibetter go to his rescue t o Found In Sinking Boat Dr Simons was called and he with r Marion Weatherholt Wm Pate Carl 10DeHaven and Marshal DeHaven went immediately down the river in r Weatherholts launch in search of i the wounded man Near Sterretts h r Landing banked up in the wllloWS on i the Kentucky shore was Keys boat gradually sinking with him lying in the water dying moment by moment from the result of several stab wounds 41HisLast Call When the rescuers boat got near Keys they heard him groaning and just as they reached him he moaned r In agony Oh Lord where am I r There was no answer His rescuers were terrified at the sight of his i tragic condition In a few minutest harnllnilJPfl J Body Brought Home Ills rescuers bailed the skiff out and brought home the man who had been stabbed and brutally injured i r allrresult of this tragic was the most terrible It has indeed rade the Glqod of Cloverports citizens run 4gold Will Say Little t There is no certain knowledge t learned about the tragedy as yet It is said the McCracken men were the only persons In the boat with Keys and they will talk little of the affair r Whiskey The Cause It is reported that Keys anti Wm McCracken were engaged in an al 1 tercatlon and McCracken stabbed him In self defense The cause of the trQnble can not be ascertained but it is thought the men were drinking for no sober sine man would com i i Plitt such a crime 1 1 Were Best Of Friends The McCracken brothers and Mr Keys Were best of friends and fre quently spent their Sundays and- ff holidays together They worked side by side for years in the Hender I SelbyIa 3 Council IIIl Under Arrest The following warrant wassworn- r out for the McCracken men Commonwealth of Kentucky To any sheriff marshal etc It appearing that there are reasonable lIc grounds for believing that Wm iJ McCracken and Selby McCracken i have committed the crime of murder which was committed in manner and J form as follows The said Wm Mc Cracken and Selby McCracken on the i Ohio river opposite either Brecken r r r ridge county or Hancock county and r on this side of low water mark onthe Indiana shore or side of the river and f in Kentucky and before the Issual of this warrant did unlawfully willfully maliciously and feloniously and with I their malice aforethpdght and with the Intention to kill Jesse Keys cut i r stab and wound the said Keys with a knife a deadly weapon or other sharp Instrument from which cutting stabbing and wounding the said Keys led Immediately thereafter and a2 it fJ7 I J r 1 tel I I within a year and a day The said cutting aforesaid was done by Will ihm McCracken and the said Selby McCracken was then and there pre sent at said cutting and killing and conspire with aid counsel advise encourage and abet said Wm Mc Cracken so to do all against the peace and dignity of the Commonwealth Decision Of Court Arraigned before county Judge at1 oclock Monday having come beI beingj t byCountyed not ready for examining trl1 ami rVenesdnyThere being no evidence availableI to show the case as not BallablelantI kenhavingi xehisguardinsteadcustody of the sheriff ending theJ thebondforSelbywitnesses were placed in hands oiisheriff Monday Keys A Good Man Jesse Keys wasthe son of Keys of Union Star and a brother o Mrs Joe Fitch of this city He waI fifty years of age and was twice fivedaughtersEmma Wathen of Lodiburg Mr Keys friends and fellow workmen all speak of him in terms of highest praise and his tragic death has been- a pang of grief to all of them 1The funeral of Mr Keys Was held yesterday morning from the Key BreckenridgeAddition M Currie The remains were taken to Lodiburg to be Interred in the Walnut Grove Baptist church cemetery JHeldThe case was called for trial Wed nesday After the evidence of the commonwealth had been heard the defendants waived examination and asked for bail Their bond was set at 1000 each Falling to fill a bond they were sent to jail where they still re main They hope to secure bondsmen in a short time MRS BASHAM IDies At Her Nome In Irvington After Several Months Illness Of Tuberculosis On last Wednesday morning at 2 oclock Mrs Cash Basham died at IrvingtonSheof tuberculo jsis for several years showing in her patient suffering the faith that was In her Besides a husband she has parents and several brothers left to mourn her loss The funeral was conducted at the Methodist church on Thursday after noon by the Rev B F Wilson and the remains were laid to rest in the Cedar Hill Cemetery by a large pro cession of relatives and friends TAR SPRINGS Will Have A Refreshment Hall For Visitors Mr Brown the Sayso Man will open an Ice cream parlor at Tar Springs this summer He has already made arrangements for a building and will have a nice place for visit ors to cat and drink- Henderson Route Gains Suit KaseystheSt L R R Company charged with the neglent killing of a two year old child of which suit was brought for 25000 perentery in structions were given the jury to find for the defendant This is the case where a heavy wheel standing on the freight platform at Ekron fell on the child and killed it c IT f h IRVINGTON ITEMS JUST GATHERED Little City Coming to the Front in a Business Way by Ad vertising In the Breck v if enridge News MR A MOORMAN iLL 3 Mrs Bailey walker of Hopldnsville Is expected this week for an indefinite visit to her sister Mrs J R Wimp Mrs Peyton Henderson and daughter Miss Louise Henderson of Louisville spent a few days of last week hero Yisittf jhit Mrs Nora Board Mr W J Pignptt took his two child= ren Eliza and George to Louisville Saturday to see the big show Barnum J Bailey Mrs Bate Washington spent last Mon day in Stephensport with Mr and Mrs Dick Skillmau and Mr and Mrs Blaine Misses Eva Payne and Mary Henry were the guests of friends at Fordsville Sunday Mr Nora Galloway has returned froml a business trip to Louisville Mr and Mrs Julius Sippel spent Thursday in Louisville shopping Mr G 0 Bailey and sister Miss Vista Lyons spent the day iinl Louisville flIj J her residence fll kinds of i Hutllu pot if1Iisarrive ody tVbo the guestof Mr and Mrs HiOiKemper for a weeks stay TheLyon Hotel and Restaurant of Which Jonas Lyons is the proprietor is bting papered painted and otherwise fixed up in a manner that wfll makes nice appearance J1 thesmore improved that it was a few yearg ago and it still continues beyond all cJ pectations The town is composed of a number of good dry goods hardwire and grocery stores two crug stored meat market and bakery with two banks and three chu ches Bypatronizing t Hii really gairitin quail y and you help 19 ourcitysi You can do this by advertising in the Breckenridge News Mrs C C Smith and daughter Miss Smith were in the city last Sat J shopping- Dr and Mrs 14B Moreuieti were called to Brandenburg last week to be at the bedside of his father Mr A More men He is not expected to live Miss Mary Collins left Thursday for n weeks stay at Brandenburg the guest of Mrs Hugh Greene Miss Rachel Mudd who has been visiting her sister Miss Ira Mudd in Louisville tails returned home Miss Ellen Munford has returned from Louisville where she has been the guest of Miss May Tydings since last Wednes dayMrs A B Coleman will leave this first of this week for Louisville for a few weeks staytho guest of her daughter Mrs Will Cain after which she will visit at Frankfort Versailles and Lex ingtonMiss Evelyn Bern on is the guest of Rev and Mrs Lewis at Cloverport this weekMisses Virginia Head Nannie Lee Kendall and Gedry Bramlette were given a picnic at Dents Bridge last Friday by Mr John Lewis Henry Mr T M McGlothlan and daughter Miss Mabel spent Saturday and Sunday In Louisville the guest of his sister Miss L B McGlothlan Miss Eva Schineler who has been confined to the house with a sprain for the past four weeks is rapidly improv ingMr and Mrs Davis Dowell of Gar field were visitors of Mr and Mrs Sam Dowell Sunday Through the News I wish to express my heartfelt gratitude to one and all the good people of Irvington for their many kind deeds and welcome visits during the recent illness and death of my be loved wife CASH BASHAM Miss Ina Bridewell who has been visiting her cousin Mrs Fester Lyons for the past week has left foViher home atCusterMr Claycomb of New Hav ffn was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs J F Claycomb Mrs Newsom Gardner spent Sunday at Guston visiting relatives Local dealers are paying 30 cents for wool and 18 cents for eggs Y t yRDINSBURG = IWfSjBall was here from Frank fomgftndify and Monday MEUfVK V Jt A 4enKtrcheloe came home from daysthislqn Hof wCer Y1t1lias been absent tiJmItiM for fight years iIs at does not expect to return ant + tlls Arthur Mather went to L0 its1IJe Moltday to attend theI l5cJ tveddiag anniversary of frmlTrsolmL Wheat They re Ifturr t foott t diy m D Ja ICincneloc was In Louis ajU IttmayandMonday JH rr Evelyn heard Mary Jo Jp a ugly Ell Alll and Toe Trent of u artl Mr and Mrs J II Pilejgj I g d the commencement exer piiI tit ICIigswood college Friday I 1h jj ecerit man age license Thos F ill and Anna Belle Rhodes p afprowJ1 kfattio Nlmmoj C C at Tucker J Editor mfvyfi Roy Moorman is In Danville M ekattending the Central 2u jjily Carnival I gttet Allie Dand Marvin Beard J hY tin Owensboro this week vislp English1J5Ij lrrt li nday he grand jury returned the follow t ei ts after a six days ses 81dii I Popll and J3cnnvDfrtenport Harvey Smith uiiiwf y furnishing liquor to a B1 orj George Gracey housebreak V orga Bates unlawfully fur MackFtobertso deadifeCarinan an reston Board unlaw rIIr taking carrying away pro BeavIneatingcchhargea Dunk Powell unlawfully ying prisoner Ito escape which prisoner waS charged with misde toeanor Leonard Hulllnes unlawfuliff ageofrjaim5lJi unlawfullyIl i= schoolhouse Miss Mollie Moorman of GleudeaneT I was the guest of friends Saturday and SundayElmer Nail of Big Spring and Miss Mattie Nimmj of the same section of the county were married in Judge Moormans office Thursday May 13 pro Aithur Mather officiating Eleven app icants were before the Board Friday and Saturday for exami nation from the Common School Course They were Johnnie Marshall Logan Hlckerson Coleman Payne Matthew A Vessels Albert Tucker Reena B Board Kathleen Hoben Jettyo Harrison Rhea Sipes Ernest Gibson and Lura Norton i Only the last five could compete for the prizes offered The International Dic tionary goes to Mr Gibson of Lodiburg who easily wou it over his competitors his average being slightly over 85 per cent Miss Lura Norton wins the 5 gold prize as her average divided by her actual age gives ber the largest quo tent though Miss Jottye Harrison of Lodiburg was a very close competitor- C M Payna one of our life certificate graduating class at Bowling Green is al home with his parents at Hai ned for a few days Misses Mary Jarboe Coral Whittinghill and Annie West all of Breckenridge will also receive life cer tificates this summer from the Westerni State Normal Mrs Frank A Hnrdin ot Cabool Mo arrUed last week to be the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs John Alex ander for several weeks The Childrens day at the Methodist Episcopal church South was a com plete success Sunday To a crowdedj house the children from the little Sunbeams to the ones in their teens show ed that natural talent had benifitted by careful training The committee com posed of Mrs Mather Mrs Morris Beard Mrs Pile Miss Tida Mercer and Miss Lucy Snyder are being congratu lated upon the perfection of arrange ments the beauty of the church and the work of the children The collec tion was 81875- A good crowd was present at the spec ial church service last Wednesday night Tonight Dr Mather will preach again i his subject being Supremacy of Character picturesque Britain is the subject- of a lecture at the City Hall Friday night Dr Mather a native Britisher ia so thoroughly acquainted with the country of his birth that he will enter1 t g f flI I I I ROYAL BAKING OWDER AMlMftJ The finest most tasteful and wholesome biscuit cake and pas try are made with Royal Bak ing Powder and not otherwise Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar l Ir C L THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME HAS COME AGAIN Show Boats Epworth League Street Carnival Strawberry Suppers Lawn Fetes Etc Etc Booked for the Coming Warm Days tin Cloverport 1lY OLD BUSSwIriThe good old summer time has cornelI The show boats are coming down the Ohio on the average of one every ten days Welcome they are to Clovercort and especially the at tractive companies like Cooley C Thorn that gave a splendid perform ance here Monday night The ad vance agent was in all probability responsible for the large audience He was In the city several days In advance of the boat and made so many friends that an unusual interest was stirred up over Cooleys float tain and interest all who hear him Proceeds help balance of iindebtedness r T1 htsaJt lobei Pubh School building Friday andSaturdayV the first of the year Prof Wroe of Clovel port and Miss Mary Jo Mattingly will be present to assist ia conducting it Miss Mary Jo Mattingly of Axtell who has been here since Thursday left Tuesday aflern on for a few days visit to Miss Mary Cornwall at Irvington Court Notes George Gracey colored of Clover port plead guilty to the charge of house breaking and was sentenced to eighteen mouths in the penitentiary Deputy sheriff Finley left with him yesterday morning for Eddyville The slander suit of Mrs Belle Banham of Vanzant against Wesley Cheek of Fordsville was dismissed settled they having effected a compromise Mart Dowell indicted for the killing of Jesse Hall stveral months ago in the Clifton Mills neighborhood was acquit ted and Is now a free man His trial in February resulted in a hung jury Dunk Powell was fined 30 for dis turbing a public meeeti- ngBELLBOWMER Miss Madison Miller Bell and Mr William Sterrett Bowmer To Be Married June 16II Mr and Mrs David Bell announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Madison Miller Bell to Mr William Sterrett Bowmer The wedding will take place June 16 On account of a recent sorrow in the family there will be no invitations is sued Call For Tobacco Growers Matthew Shrewsberry President of the Breckenridge County Tobacco Grow ers Association has ordered that a meeting of all the tobacco growers of Breckenridge countyincluding the bur ley raisers be held in Hardinsburg on Saturday May 29 for the purpose of electing two members to represent this county on the board of control in the Green river tobacco growers association This meeting will discuss also some other questions that the tobacco grow ers are all interested in Let us make It a big dayJ B Monarch Secy t 1IJ Pure III + Q ing theater advertisingitsThis event was great and enjoyable last July by the whole town and it ia being looked forward to with eager ness this year The time has come for ice cream and strawberry suppers that are al ways given in this season as money raisers for the churches None have been advertised yet but folks will be watching the News from now on for such fetes ti OPENS OFFICE GasF Omany Re idyFor Business Messrs ass a Readyto gymy Receive Consumers 1 Superintendents Natural Gis Company have opened an s office over the Breckenridge bank on Main street s The Companys service in this city is z quite a convenience to the residents and they are serving the consumers in a most satisfactory manner It seems like old times to have gas lights in Cloverport and better times to have gas lights regulated and fitted in the best and modern way 4 MOORMAN PROMINENT AT 1 THE ATHLETIC EVENT A great athletic event was the St Louis Times fivemile Junior Marathon race for school boys from Forrest Park to Times square in St Louis Saturday The race was won by Donald Hart G F Moorman a former Breckenrid Q county man now a policeman of the first rank and standing in St Louis as sisted in superintending large crowd of spectators at the race and kept the S crowd in order The St Louis Times 14 contained a splendid picture and a com k plimentary mention of Mr Moorman Saturday Bill Sees A Good Time Irvington May 11 Special Wil liam Claycomb of the Henderson Route at Irvington has spent the past week at Louisville on business While his trip to Louisville has been solely for business Bill as he is familiarly known by his associates found quite a little time to take in the sights and note the growth of the city Bill says thinga tare advancing quite a little since his last trip to the metropolis Amongst the many he noted was a horseless carriage with gummy wheels and the skyscraper at Ninth and Broadway Bill also went down to Fountain Ferry Park and had to be directed to the de pot by one of Louisvilles Finest Sol diers as he claims but he has ar t rived at his old stamping ground and I still doing the coal business up brown i1 rW iL ji f a F4 ply lt7 ri 71 a III 101 JII CEO= 111 101 I U BES Ta o- ir r11asi the cream blend flavor Cream n- Ua blend flour flour In buyingflour its U nestablishedn I I U because it has cream 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Do youwant to buy a farm or businees 1 If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners roamo and address If none of these places suit you write usjit once lolling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend tho following properties as boing productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller together tonablingbuyers BabbagekSales 6000 A Year A splendid business stancf store house stock of goods good villictc yearPostabout 120 per year TUfee miles from railroad station on thebranch Here is a fine opportunity or a man with Roodbusiness= JNO BABBAGE i Cloverport Ky ulldpmitesfromonostorydIVblacksmith shift I all necessary outhousesISO acres undtw cultivation and pasture 123 ncres In tlmb whlto oak black oak beech and sugar tr all good size Plenty of good water tho ar round Ono tlllyd cash and good easy IDS ou balance CinO4 acres situated 1H miles from laudlburuBOxJThis Is Rood tobacco wheat and corn land SO acres In timber wlitto oak sugar tree und fruitGoodIt road to II ol 1141n110s This farm Is not worn thetoy1 ij t a venuoWell milesfrom1 andatimberneechbehauledLimestonelandtortOOuccotbalanceoineasy sandall15J rooms two cIsterns II walled cellar with poachtrees mostallnicevinyardbalance In soveragroves EkroeonorlongCOB SALEA surroun5odbythe place for some young physician to stop businessAnretireisI particularsport Ky JEti 1 A- From Gentleman Mississippi By THOMAS A WISE JVotJclisctl From the flay by Frederick R Toombt COPYRIGHT 1009 BY THOMAS A WISE 4CHAPTER x VJtCAROLINA LANODONS IlENUJfCIATIofo LANGDONS commit SEXATon nt the capitol present scene at nu unusual hour the morning lifter the entertainment at his hon cnudUnities reinstated ns secretary was picking up the thread of routine whero jbeforethoughnnd the words that had thrilled him I love you I love you fondly made this task unusually difficult lie Im patiently wished the afternoon to hasten along as he knew ho would then see her In the senate gallery where she would go to Lear her fa thers speech This speech had to be rejI1 In some particulars by Bud and the work he knew would take up much gf his morning The senators speed was The South of the Future which ho would deliver when recognized by the president of the senate In connection with the naval base bill that officer having agreed to recognize Langdon at 330 at which time the report of the naval affairs committee would be received Just how Langdon would turn the tables on Peabody and Stevens and yet win for the Altacoola site not even the exnewspaper man experienced In politics had solved Clearly the sena tor would have to do some tall think ing during the morning The junior senator from Mississippi burst Into the office with his habitual cheery greeting his broad brimmed black felt hat In Its usual position on the back of his head like a symbol of undying defiance A busy day for us eh senator queried Bud Now look here ray boy dqnt be gin to remind me of work right off Pr r Ill have to Incvlmte an ilea Ae said with a humorous gleam In his lye Go easy on me Dont forget Im her father Bud laughed through the flush that rose In his cheeks No I wont forget that But have you decided what to tell Peabody and Stevens ns your plan of action if they come In here at 1230 If they come exclaimed Langdon Theyll come Watch em1t Then ho hesitated worriedly Ill have to Incubate an Idea be tween now and noon somehow But dont forget this Bud were worrledII about thorn true enough but worried a heap more about us Senator Langdon stepped Into an ad joining room where he could be alone to Incubate As Haines resumed his work Caroli na Langdon entered Avoiding the secretarys direct gaze she asked for her father He ought to be back shortly Miss Langdon responded Haines You can wait here I must ask pardon for leaving ns I must run over to the library As the secretary bowed himself out of the door he ulmost collided with Congressman Norton Both glared nt each other and remained silent Cnrollnn spoke Norton ns he en tered I hopeI know you wont allow your father to Influence you against me because of last night I Carolina would rather not have met Charles Norton on this morning She had hardly slept for the night She had fought a battle with herself Her father had shown her plainly the mistake she had made She saw that her influence had not been without effect on Randolph Probably for the first time she realized that there are glory and luxury pleasure and prestige for which too big a price can bo paid The senators daughter turned slow ly and faced the man she had prom ised to marry Charlie I havo comet a decision I came hero to ttalk with father about it 1 J t I Norton started toward Carolina a look of apprehension on his face lie gathered from the trend of her words and her demeanor that she had turned against him You couldnt be so cruel Carolina he protestedCharlie she went on determinedly I will always cherish our friendship our happy rouiJger days down In Mis slsslppl but I must give up thinking of you as my future husband Weve both made a mistake mine probably greater than yotiry but I now ntn convinced that I should not marry you Your way of thinking nbout life is all wrong and you are too deeply entangled with the dishonest men In Washington to draw back I cannot love you But 1 am doing it nil ftJ your sake Carolina Dont let an old fashioned Charlie I must give you 1Lp1I father come between a man nnd a woman nIl their love he cried Charlie I must give you up The girl turned to one side as though to give Norton n chance to leave He looked at her In silence a inn lentor two Then a change came into his bearing Wrinkling his face Into n sneer he stepped before the girlYouve been converted mighty sud den I reckon from Innd speculation to I fccnql lujrgri and preaching too ngniust UlJO tried o mkufor tunb forty3u Norton fOpIed scc ng a reply but the gr reiiiaiifelsilent You think Im done for that Ive lost my money thats why you turned from me so quickly he laughed scornfully But Ill show you you nud your blundering old father Ill win you yet and Ill ruin your fathers political reputation Ill Are you quite sure about that spoke a voice sharply behind the con gressman lIe swung around vigorously Bud Halues had returned In time to hear Nortons threat Yes and while Im doing that Ill take time to show you up too some how I gvjss a congressmans word will count against that of a cheap sec retary thats what Miss Langdon said you were Carolina looked appeallngly to flames to rid her of the presence of this man whoso last words sha knew Haines would not believe But Norton had had his say He retreated to the door Miss Langdon ho cried as he backed out and away you have an idea that I am dishonest but kindly remember that whatever you think I am I never was a hypocrite Halnes advanced and procured a chair for Miss Langdon Im terribly sorry to havo come back at such a time he began The girl cut him short with a ges tureI want to say to you she said then halted that I want to be friends with you I want you to forget the happenings of yesterday last evening so far us I was concerned In them I want to work together with you and father and so does Randolph Father and you are standing together to up hold the honor of the Langdons of Mississippi und Randolph and I no matter the cost of our former folly want to share In that work Before Haines could reply Senator Langdon burst Into the room Bud BudlI ho criedIIlvo got Itl Ive got Itl SEEDSFresh i Guaranteed to Pleaso Every Gardener end Planter llxouldl tPal the superior merltsol Our- NrtbernOrownSeed SPECIAL OFFER FOR 10 CENTS JlW will feud postpaid our rAMOUS COLLECTION onelptprrlaI pkg Stll wiarelerI roe 1 pia E Arro4 ltilhbq tae 10AllpoerpieMW Lid rMtlTf tho bwi F moo Vnlwictlin r 11t r with our New tud 1 1nIo IrvleRE- APNORTI Kl CCJ l ltoso 51 I in 11l I wa1 I i pi Youve pot What senator ex claimed the secretary That Idea my boy that Ideal1 Its incubated nil right and Pcabody nnd Stevens eau come Just as soon as they want to CHAPTBU XXVI THE BATTLES OP WASHINGTON twenty minutes after 12 Senator AT Lnngdon and Secretary Haincs were still undisturbed by guy move on the part of Peabody and Stevens who maintained a silence that to Haincs was distinctly ominous His experience nt the cnpl tol had taught him that when the sen ate machine was quiet it was time for some ono to get out from under Miss Williams the naval commit tees stenographer entered Senator Lnngdou she snldSenn tor Peabody and Senator Stevens are in committee room C and they told me to tell you that theyd be I cant say It Please sir 1 D d Inter palmed Langdon laughingYes thats it Theyll b- ethatIf they collie In here nt 1230 You must come to them they sny Tell the gen tlomeu Im sttting To tell hatLcon the back of my head smoking a good seegar with nails driven through both shoes Into the floor nnd looking at the clock At 1225 Senator Stevens entered I cnme to warn you Langdou he said that Senator Pen bodys patience Is nearly exhausted You must come to see him at once if you expect the south to get a naval base at Altacoolt or anywhere else If you do not agree to take his advice this naval bill und Lilly other that you are Interested ir unjderfoothave no use for n senator who cannot produce results in Washington and that will prove the bitterest lesson you have ever learned Im waiting for Peabody here Ste vensOh ridiculous Of course hes not coming Why Laugdon hes the king of the senate He has the biggest men of the country at his call Hes Hes got one minute left observed Lnngdon looking nt the clock but hell come I trust Peabody more than the best clock made nt n time like this when The figure of the senior senator from Pennsylvania appeared In tho door wayGood 1 day Senator Langdon he remarked icily Same to you Have a seegar sena tor said Langdon He turned and winked significantly at Haines The three senators seated themSves VI suppose you wouldnt consider yourself so Important Langdon If you knew that we now find we can get an other member of the naval affairs com mlttee over to our side for Altacoola began Peabody That gives us n ma jority of the committee without your voteThat wouldnt prevent mo from making n minority report for Gulf City and explaining why I made that report would It the Mississippian asked blandly Peabody and Stevens both knew that it wouldnt Stevens exchanged glances with the hogs of the senate and in low voice b gan making to Laugdon a proposition to which Pcabodys assent had been gained Langdon we would like to be alone and ho nodded toward Ilalnes Sorry cant oblige senator Lang don replied Bud and I together make nn thA Hpnntm from 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not shoddy at the t very lowest prices goldand silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T 0 Lewis Como ho is gladyto woleomwy ouand give youii 1 satisfact n TC LewisHome Jeweler Hardinsburg Ky 1Hy STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes l jf All the latet patterns for Suits and TiousGiS In highgrade fab rics dairies wade by modern metbodsX Fit guaranteed Modrerute r ces Expert tailors em ployy J H HUNSCHE asperMay CoCan eltonlnd T 60 YEARSll illEXPERIENCE lJJ TRADE MARKS DESIGNS ICOPYRIGHTS c Anyoneeennii a netch Iliaqnlcklr IIScortnll our opinion rroewbetiieran ommuntcatlontrtetlyesent free OIJtst ngcncr for ecuiliitf patents rocoloPtclalS ntifft Americatt A halaomelr lllnitratod weeklr TnrB t clr culnfTon of nnr sclentlUo journal Terms 53a- C I tour tl1111 SoW by all nosdealellll YorkBranchi L IL ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND No 148 Dally vast Train leaves Oloveroort PointStites725A M No if TallyvMan aDlUxpressleave Olo TerportiOiOT AM stops at all way stations arrives LoulsvlllolSS p ro Train NolU Dally rastman leaves Ole r ver ort 458 p m stops at all way stations e atLouisvilleaccomlxodatlonWEST BOUND atfonleaveswaystationsmTralnNoexpressleavesatHawesvUleL9VIsJOrt arriveStTrain No J43 fail and Express dally ar YpNo 1 45 dally St Louis Zest trainleavesCla PMarrivsaEvanavine1u86AM HawesvUleOwensboro I betweenLouisville f cars and tree reclining chair cars on tratnaU5 andStFordsvllle Braach EAST BOUND leavesFordsTllle600a 5 4Train No Dally except Sunday leaves 1 690pTrain IISundaYOnlY- Iror 11o700 a m Irvington 936 a m t f WEST BOUNDtlelLveaIr l 255p hrain No 5 Dally leaves livington 706 p J arrives KordsvllleL 1015 U m DR V M CASPER f DENTIST Aj loverport every Wednesday and Thurs f day at Dr Lightfoots Ofllco t H DIIrIOO MAN Attorney at Law XlARDlNSBURQ KY i wnl ractico his profession in all of then CourjTot Dreckenrlugo and adjoining cotta t t d t erf Special attention given to collections n row cases and criminal practice License toiracttce JnUnlted States Dlsw la Courts Jpfflceover Dank oMlardlnuburfc u u r I CI a ti HEAD OF THE PLANTERS HALL HERD iic1t j Ornngo King 3012J53U is the 2500 pound Orange Blossom Polled Tu hum bull at the ho tdof this Planters Hall Herd of Polled 1 Durham and Shorthorn Guttle owned by W H Moorman Son Glondeane Ky This builds oneoho best of this breed of cattle having won the Polled Durhan Championship at Iowa State Fair in 1905 andat K Kentucky State Fair infbothi 1907 and 1908 He sited the junior champion bull und lieifo at Ohio Indian Kentucky and Iowa State Fair in 1906 and junior champion bull calf at Kentucky and Tennes ea State Fairs in 190708 besides numerous other winners iiAUTOSFORROAONORK I i Kansas Farmer Uses One While t Dragging a Public HighwayII t BETTER THAN A HORSE TEAM E Machine For Pulling the Drag Makes Faster TimeReform the Motor Care i I Has Brought About In Improvement of RoadsII i= When the motor car first found its way to the Kansas farm It appeared a luxury Soon it became a not un common pleasure and then a necessity I And a necessity it Is today especially In the Kansas wheat belt where more cars are to be found on the farms than in any other part of the west 1 Many farmers have them and a mar jority of those who ore not so fortu nato have the motor car fever in a 1rmost virulent form The farmers con fess that this fever can be checkjjd only byn fnllurt itriavvheut and corn Fop or by the desire of every farmer being gratified by having a car at his disposal onttho Kansas prairies In some sections- t that one traveling over the rural roads i MOTOR CAB PULLING A KOAD DRAG will count at least two motor cars In every five vehicles passed in a days drivet There is probably not another ma chino found on the farm today that can bo put to so many practical uses as the motor car There are very few things to do on the farm except the tilling of the soil In which the car can K not bo brought into practical use It Is valued by the farmer for its speed probably more than any other quality as the farmer is learning more null more to value his time Just as the T man In the office or the factory itTo the north of Sallna a dozen mile or so there Isn public road which bt phows that It has been well talcen car- eratir Tim effect of tho Klmr clrncr Is to i j Instructive Interesting t CORRECT ENGLISH m oii How to Use it Im I f2 A Monthly Magnzl Devoted to 6 6theuse of gUsh p jp i 18KER Editor I t 1 F ONTENT5FThe Correct Word Queries and Answers iShalf and Will Should f and Would MOW to Use Them i Pronunciatiouf Century Diction ry Conef English in the l otue Corr t English in the i hool Wh to Say and What ot tq Say Course iu Grammar ipUrse In letter Writing and uuctuatiop Business EngHsh fore BusinKS fan Compound Iordsli to rite Therat- o udjes in English Literature t A ENTS WANTEDI solaS S Year Sena lOc for Sample Copy L IQRRECT ENGUS Chicago ill PhwwmeatioapNpet n IIr be seen for more than a mile along one farm and It Is not an uncommon sight IllsItotthe machine with n chain This farm er has used the drag for some time I but more frequently In the last few months than ever before lie prefers a car for the drag to a team of horses because he makes better time Sometimes It takes two men one to welgl1tIthe same purpose as the second man but It Is n custom for the farmers to work the roads together and It cones naturally since the advent of the mo tor IJt is seldom that the farmers car Is seen at the garage The farmer Is so accustomed to tanking his own re pairs that he naturally falls into the Job with tire car He finds It just HI easy as repairing his harvester his cultivator or his bicycle Perhaps he may have a slight difficulty with some of the electrical parts of thee engine hut wJicnhe huscult repaired once1 he never has the same difficulty again at least not to such an extent that an expert has to see It The public roads In central Kansas are such that a touring car can be tak en out almost any time Mud cuts no figure with the farmer and this is ono feature that makes his car of such value to him The town man will not run his machine in the mud but the farmer docrnt care much However the farmers are talking good roada now more than they ever did before and thlsls one reform the motor car has brought about Already In many of time public roads the little gullleti have been filled up and the little knots have been cut down More Than a year ago the Salina motor club began the advocacy of good roads The farm ers were not In general sympathy with the motorists and they were slow to take hold of the scheme arguing that the roads In neutral Kansas were not so bad They knew the object was to make it easier riding for motorists and especially for the tourists from eastern cities who desired to spend the summer in Colorado making the trip overland The farmer as n rule laughed at the Idea then but now he is right In line If he doesnt own a car now he expects to some day and he is in hopes the roads will be made better jyjfore his machine arrives on his farmMore roads were dragged last year than over before In tho history of Sn llna county and it is safe to say that the present year will be n record breaker In this line of work The motor car of the farmers is in fluencing good roads In another way The dealers are the most active good roads advocates In the state One of the principal motor dealers for instance makes It a business to deliver n good roads lecture with every car The deniers have been farmers and they know the subject from the stand point of both sides Farmers get the Idea at tht very beginning and they never go behind the new doctrine Kansas CI Star Lived 152 Years Win Parr Englands oldest man married the third time at 120 worked in the fields tit 132and lived 20 years longer Feopl should be youthful at 80 James Wright f Spurlock Ky shows how to remain outJgIII feel just like a 16earold I yhe writes after taking six hot es of Electric Bitters For thirty year Kidney trouble made life a burden bit the first bottle of this wonderful medicine convinced me Hud found the greatest cure on earth i Theyre a godsend to weak plckly run gawp or oldP89pttTry them n0at S yerii Drug C- oSubs4rtbe Right NoWc ii tH ti ii DeWitts L tIe lRiirly nOIJ the fam11 ous little live pills small gentle nntt sure Sold b all druggists r I Tim Cxpfrieneed Gwins The crowd nruiuid the posioJlioo II0RsIhltljtlosI boon discussing the allowed luck of HitT SlurpkiltsPeters said What do you think about It Uncle Ezrawould you call Old Man Simp Idns a liar BloJrlIS1 i I wouldnt gw so fur as to call tlief old man n liar but I do know It to bgji a fact that when feedln time cornel to get any response he has to lineG somebody else call his hogs fur hlnfjw Womans Home Companion Coustioati jn causes headache nausea dizziness Ilalguor heart palpitation Drastic phy s grlp slcken woelce th9bowels n ddont tirettfsItegu genr sash curgco stlpation 25 cents Aft your druggist 7 CHOOSING A VOCATION Follow Common Sense and Conscience and Do Your Best It Is very certain that no tuna Is fit for everything but It Is almost as certain too that there Is scarce any one man who Is not fit for something which something nature plainly points out to him by giving him n tendency and propensity to it I look upon common sense to be to the mind what conscience Is to the heart the faithful and constant monitor of what Is right or wrong And I am convinced that no man commits either a crime or a folly but against the manifest and sensible representa tlons of the one or the other Every man finds in himself either from nature or education for they are hard to distinguisha peculiar bent and disposition to some particular character and his struggling against It Is the fruitless and endless labor of Sisyphus Let him follow and culti vate that vocation ho will succeed In it and be considerable In one way at least whereas If he departs from It he will at best be Inconsiderable probably ridiculous Lord Chesterfield Never i lJ wl n youll mash flag r or suffe a t bruise burn or scald Be pVenfred Dr Thomas Electric Oil insWntly relives time pain quickly cures the wound The Valuables The man with a wife and seven chil dren hauled up in front of the hotel desk registered got his bellboy and was starting off when the clerk thinking maybe he might jolly the new ar rival called to him- I beg your pardon he said but hadnt you better leave your valuables in the safe i Do you think I ought to inquired the moan innocently enough to hear him say It Well it is the best plan All right said tho man and turn ing to his wife Here Mary pass time children over to the gent behind the counter Hell look after them and give us a rest- Whereupon the clerk apologized JudgeCASTOR IIAFor Wan and Children Thi Kind You fYi Always Bought Bears the 1 JK I ateofIn Subscrifie Now 1Aragos Modesty Arogo L aPnt French scientist was never seen with a i ion on his breast lie valued honorsllgutly One evening Ieverrlcr the astronomer called on him on his way to dine with fa minister lie expressed a wish to appear decorated with an order to which he was entitled having received the official notice of the honor nl though he had not as yet the decora tion Itself Open that drawer said Arago and take whatever you wantIIn that drawer were all the crosses ribbons which kings and empe 1nnd confer t hlle Artgo wished above every iiug to promulgate science and to make his researches useful lie did not iitiempt to Identify himself forever wfth his discoveries by writing books Ho had no time for writing but con tented himself with noting the results of his work In the record of the bureaus of longitude or announcing it verbally1 to the academytt i CHiCdro Cry1 rUR A CNERS fe f ASTORIAI Exempt Jes you come right homo Henry Hiram breaklu time Sabbath day in that scanlous sinful fashion Well Jimmy Hicks is let play on Sunday The commandant dont apply t him Ills paws a vegetarian Life On tho Wrong Tack Tommy Grandpa are kings and queens always good Grandpa Not always my boynot when there are aces out against them Brooklyn Life An Appeal ForHomeless Children Now that the warm summer days are almost upon us it is absolutely necessary to had country homes for the babies who arc In the receiving homo of the Kentucky Childrens Home Society Every parent knows how essential It is that babies should be kept cool and comfortable In the summer and how Important it Is that they get good pure milk Their very lives depend upon We itII months old to a year and a half and we earnestly hope to place each one I in a good country home within the next few weeks They arc bright I sweet babies and will bring sunshine wherever they go There are thirteen boys and girls from eighteen months up to live years attractive happy lltte people who would be easy to train They are just at the age when children are most responsive to kindness and affection We also have two sisters aged ten and four respectively and their little brother aged seven whom we would like to place in the same home If possible They are as good children as we have ever had In the home and are so strongly attached to each other that we would dislike to part them However if we cannot find a home for all three together we would like to find some one willing to take the sistersWe also have larger children We only place onr children in homes where the moral and social atmosphere is of the best and good references are always required iAny one desiring to do a good work ilifl1li urtromu cam u E UAlllglt eE WANTEDFornRuaranthlllsind- l vItl 1 od MITCiIELI Llnut Loutsvlllo Ky I WANTED Ucsponlhle salary85OOtOi01 00prrdIn j eachcommstyto owners o spicndldop rdens A chard mo- r8 also fruit tree SIports stn la ewtngmacblne eachcearwAddressl 0ox134Youogs sltLlJd8 = == FOR RENT I hlJI 1lss1t jjjji furnishedI 1u IIM1art o- dHH ir ntl ronveni New olCl- wn uud dpot APP YiFOR SALE I over n uuuarou milliOnS win mere after lead nu honest life If he has only fifty millions his life should bo semihonest timid If he has only a paltry ten millions then It ought to be con ceded that he can loot a few railroads or so until he gets on lily feet Up to say ttoil thousand n year no man can afford to be dishonest Hoyought to get up In the cars and glvo his sent to women under thirtyfive at least and of course he will not tako t the chance of robbing any safe From ton thousand up to a hundred thousand rpp he can engage in little dishonest fliers by making one of a pool or put ting through a land deal or so for variety j When he gets fifty millions or moro J together however every man ought to ask himself plainly the question whether from now on he ought not to c ibe a philanthropist Doesnt be owe this to his fellow menLlfe DARK DOINGS The Reason One Woman Is Disgusted With the Voting Proposition When any one asked little Mrs Pratt her opinion on the question of equal 4 suffrage she had her answer ready I dont want to hear anything about s it she would say pleasantly but firmly I and Id Just as soon tell you whyii Its because theres got to be a con cealment and mystery about voting and I like things open and nboveboard Its tho way I was brought up and the way I shall always feel if I live to be- n hundred Ive had one experience and thats all I want A friend of mine talked and talked to me about voting on the educational question till at last I said I would because I was brought up to think a great deal of education and I always shall So I gave up an engage ment to go to the polls and register and the dress was almost spoiled on account of my missing that trying on too because she didnt wait to see whether It fitted or not but stitched the seams right up and then I took Eyes iruutnu Eyes Tested FREE J- Glasse Guaran1ccd j vers Drug Co s 11 41- I BANK OF IroII4 an c WLJ ItFROST PROOF CABBAGE PLAN r GUARANTEED TO SATISFY PURCHASERS I ra FC anrrarrrrIEan-LvJEIt9Y iKEFIKU tltACLIStONLANOL 5IC USIOY AUOtNT4Tlttt Ut 6IlIrr8TEUIED- 1e 1 t Tm WAKKTIELD The I zlit ALnlelt FJrIHJ11nC- atLoc vAK jaUirltaV Fl111fa Vulelr Uu Itejcoum Uip1 ud UMI CttUgJ PRigriri lob of 1 la 4 D at SIS3 per ra 5 108m at LtS per n 19 m and over al iltt per m F OtfYOUNGS ISLAND S C Our Special Express Rales on Plants Is Very Low 1Wt grew the first lFrost Proof Plants in 1868 Now have over twenty thousand- sa ied customers and we have grown and sold more cabbage plants than all other jjifsons in the Southern states combined WHY because our plants must please ore send your money back Order now it is time to set these plant in your scc f moneyMrN1 i aoaooooci 1 i i oaoi i i imnmrmnnnnn c acaEE- D i c aa The American Farm Review and E s Enj a It contains tho cream of everything published in every other farm ppcrEIt is endorsed by the leading agricultural authorities of tho country rO It contains not only what the farmer needs but just what he has long been seeking L LIItemployes time largest editorial force ever organized by a farm paperLBelieving that the wideawake and up todate farmer will appreciate such a publication I Ias The AMERICAN FARM REVIEW two have for the benefit of our readers contracted with the publisher for a limited number of yearly subscriptions to The AMERICAN FABM REVIEW to bo offered in connection with a new or renewal subscription this newspaper I i HERE IS OUR OFFER I ForJ 100 we will send the Breckenridge News and f The merican Farm Review one year 4 r pend your orders toIiA The Breckenridge News Jf c Clovcrport Kentucky X i 1 V I P L THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS N JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday t Subscription Price 100 a year in advance r t + CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charred for at the rate ol 510 cents poi line- OBITUAKLES5 charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Monoj in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give- their old as well as the now address EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY MAY 19 1909 i THE FARMERS MEETING MAY 29 The Chairman of the Breckenridgo County Tobacco Growers Association has decided to hold a county meeting at the Court House in Hardinsburg on Saturday May 29 for the purpose of electing two members to represent this county on the Board of Control which iis business manager for the entire Green River District Breckenridgo county certainly has done the correct thing by joining hands with the other four counties of the district and we are already assured that iif the Association succeeds in getting a good per cent of the tobacco pooled that the 1908 prices will again prevail As the tobacco grow ers of Breckenridge county Ire now a part of the Green River Tobac co Growers Association they should take special interest in the selec tion representatives and the meeting of May 29 should be a fun one There is one or two other matters of interest to be discussed besides these two representatives The Burley growers are by no means loft out of this Association and the meeting to be hold on the 29th will be of special interest to those and they should be present Now let every tobacco grower in the count large and small take a day off attend this meeting join hands with his neighbors and fellow countymen for fair and equitable pricesJJ fnors Line rate C BERLAND TELEPHONE oHLEGRAPH COMPANY I 1 f n C m 7 i w J I IIIII IIS RailwayJ7thes1iortest II r 1 Bewleyvilleneed in this issue as a candidate Roy T Cain of countysubject Court Cleric1 of Brcckenridgo for County Roy Cain is n line young man of the Republican party to the action character andintegrityword of the htghostof the1 in ever yliensc and competent to un tho office to which1 IIK aspires t Y worths him the nominatlut mistake in giving Tlis party will make no = PROGRAfisU11005 gram County Sunday 1 Breckenridge Mrs School Convention to be 2 Held at McQuady JuneGra 2 and 3Be4 AFTERNOON SESSIONHI 1030 j 130 Devotional ofAdvnnced GradesaUa Conference A FoxGrades Work of Advanced 145 1055 tf of Adult work presiding Supt Department and1 mean 1 The intermediate T workMiss Cova Mntthows its and UB I Department 2 The Senior workW D Smith I and iU wor 3 The Adult Department Ira BehenluI 4 Class Organization Table conducted RoundConference or by Supt ofjAdult and S1ptl of Intermediate grades assisted- r byvicei r W J Vaughn GradIConference of Elementary DeptSchSupt of Elementary and maintain 1organise145 How to 1 A Cradle Roll 2 A Beginners Class or Department 3 A Primary Class or Department 2 Class or Department 4 A Junior 320 Report of Committees U 5135 Unfinished Business 850 Song- Benedictionft theJ Conference or Round Table on L Grades led by work of the Elementary GradesSuCounty Supt of Elementary 545 Announcements IntermissionfoEVENING SESSION 730 DevotionalRev E W Gra for III yes 745 The Status of Teachers Train x ing work in the countyProf H Warnerwr The Status of Teachers Train ing Work in the StnteW T Jghn111111s 1 l 830 Song- Appointment of Committees r Song 845 A sermon by Dr Arthur Mather I i 1 in keeping with the occasion J Announcements n s Adjournment FORENOONSESSIONonaIRevpR + t enktr SchoolRev JJTLewis Echoes from yesterdays pro 0iiiI County Supt of Elementary Grades W J Piggottll County Supt of Intermediate Miss Cova Maithews County Supt of Adult GradesIra I County Supt of successful R Foundations Warner Sunday EducationProfII What the Association may Piggott to the Individual SchoolMrs- W I 1110 Report of District Secretaries and Offerings fc 1135 Pledges workk1200 Noon Intermission AFTERNOON SESSION IzI Song Prayer and Praise So I Missionary Agencies in Sund work I Visitation and House to House J H Home DepartmentProf Pile Adult Bible Class The Organized EA FoxII B R A and Missions in hemp Sunday SchoolMrs J R Wi 210 Our Children for ChristRev W Hughes 225 Evangelistic SchoolE A ClineE I E140 The Necessary TenchingRc I C 255 A call to Renewed ServiceProf H R Warner RowThis Ono Hundred Dollars Howard Wo offer of catnrr1 thut cnnnot lIo cured by any cuso COuJOIII111Ontnrrh C roo O- We the u reigned have known Jr J- Chenoy for tll last 15 years and believe him- ransnc verreeUy ho orablo In nU business ttons uad nnclally sera to curry out any oJlhmUOI made byhiH firm WUDINO 1txsert MARVIN Wholesale Jrugglsts Toted- linll Catarrh Cure Is talon ifccfly upon the blood and a ting TOetlmonla sent s ra lrlco75C II orth system per bottle SoldI by all A SURE REMEDY FOR HORSE COLIC Colic in horses is a very common disorder More valuable horses die every year from colic than from any other complaint simply because they have not been treated properly Sloans Sure Colic Cure is a safe and sure remedy for colic or tympanitis It acts instantly on the stomach and bowels and gives immediate relief Mr J Albert Pahlman Pocomoke City Md writesLast November your Fever Remedy saved my Perch eron Stallion Jumbo He took sick on the cars the first day out and on May 31st Sloans Sure Colic Cure sated a fine mare but it took five hours to do it It was a very bad case I have used it on a great many horses for others and it always brings the resultsDr E Neal of Plymouth N 0- writesA gentleman brought me his horse last Thursday night He had the colic proper I gave him Sloans Sure Colic Cure and in three hours he was all right Send for Dr Sloans free book on horses cattle hogs and poultry Address Dr Earl S Sloan 015 Albany St Boston Mass Station A Miss Ditto Injured Miss Mary Linn Ditto of Brandenburg was thrown from a horse last week and seriously injured Her friends here regret to learn of the accident and hope her recovery willl be hastened HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Regular Homeseekers excursions to the South and Southwest on April 6 to 20 May 4 andI8 June 1 and 15 July 0 and 20 Aug 3 and i7 Sept 17 u ril and Oct 5 aud 19 r 3 Clovcrport to Louville and return Jfiy 1 2 1 goon to return May 23lAflin May KJT 1 Iii 18 2022- geod to days from date of abuthtsale on of spring races fa 300 oundtrip Cloverport tbMTquis ville ai return May 10 11 I 12 nmlTii Good to return May 22 on account of Southern Baptist Convention 1045 Cloverport to Ashland Ky and return on account of Grand Com JrIt 4r 4 rl Lines on a Skeleton The following copy Is sent by Dr H C Cook of Washing ton D C in response to Dr Spragues request He says that it was written about 400 years ago and was found pinneed to a skeleton in the Royal College of London shortly after the visit of a young lady and her mother to the museum He further says that copies are very scarce and thatIIUlOse who have them will not part with them But this appearance of it In World will make printed copies of it plentiful Ed TheIIBehold this ruin Twas a skull Once of ethereal spirit full This narrow cell was lifes retreat This space was thoughts mysterious seat What beauteous vision filled this spot I What dreams of pleasure long forgot Nor love nor hope nor joy nor fear Has left one trace of record here I Beneath this mouldering canopy I Once shrwn the bright and busy eye But start not at the dismal void If social love that eye employed thru the dew of kindness beamed eye shall be forever bright I IBut sun and stars are sunk in night this hollow cavern hung The ready swift and tnneful tongue If falsehoods honev is disdained I And where it could not praise was chained If bold in virtues cause it spoke Yet gentle concord never broke That silent tongue shall plead for thee When time unveils eternity Say did these fingers delve the mine Or with the envied ruby shine To hew the rock or wear the gem Can little row avail to them But if the page of truth they sought Or comfort to the mourner brought JlheSSfcaiiJ 1 richer meec shall claim Nr Than all that waits n 1 wealth or fame Avails it whether bare or shot These feet the path of duty trod If from the bowers of ease they fled To seek afflictions humble shed If grandeurs guilty bribe they spurned And home to virtues cot returned These feet with angels wings shall vie And tread the palace of the sky t rlAe MAtsOw r1i0 r mandry Knight Templars of Kentucky May 1718 good to return May 23 Tolrvingtan A O Marshall who has been en gaged In the dry goods business at Gaston for a number of years has sold his entire stock of goods rle + wr u to Mr S M Lawler of Millerstown Ky who took possession at once Mr Marshall has returned to Irvington tQ make his home with his parents Mr and Mrs G T Marshall for the pre sent Bought Some Fine Horses Rev M C Long Iliving near Chi r WELL DESERVED The Praise That Comes From Thankful Cloverport People One kidney remedy never falls Cloverport people rely upon It That remedy is Doans Kidney Pills Cloverport testimony proves It always reliable J C Weatherholt High St J Olo verport Ky says Two years ago I did not think It possible that I could ever be well again In fact I had settled up my affairs I cannot describe the misery I endured from pains through my back and when ever I stooped they became so sharp that It really felt as if someone were thrusting a knife Into my kidneys I was often very dizzy dark spots float ed before my eyes and I had to grasp something to keep from falling My joints became swollen to twice their natural size and I lost weight rapidly until I was a skeleton The doctors medicines or the many guaranteed cures that I tried did not help me andflnally It was my gp6d fortune toJhear about Doans Kidney Pills I 1 immediately procured a box at Fishers drug store andTL was greatly surprised at the results received Before I had taken thJf contents of the second box therp was a marked improvement and ontinued using them until completely cured I am now as well a any man in this county and If give Doans Kidney Pills the c dlt- F sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co New York spje agents for the United States remember the name Doans and take no other boughtFreeson one at 200 and one at 300 and a fine young mart from Beard Bros at JW bined gelding sired by St Justice for pleasedithcome oveseer to Mr Robertson who found what he wanted and made the above purchases Breckenridge is getting quite a rep in the stock line 1000 Loss Thos Millers house and barn burned Monday Loss 1000 Origin of fire unknown II c ol 11101 I oi JllQJlI oc 111011 c=o oQ r I J Ptol 0 R or 0 orhrnTfiPla 1 bat thcgirl remained 1 h n J1 0 silent IISPECIALc- ol I I 1 tfi This is the Last Week ot the 0 SPRING REBATING PERIOD Worth Your While to Buy we Make it Doublyt1 t1TO OFFERING EXT 1 VALUES ARE Io IN 0 SPRING AND SUMMIER MERCHANDISE J Men and Children j of all sorts for Wome o n n0 U ln C t EsQ il ionSurprisedIwnat a Dollar will Buy In addition 4tt Refunded According to ill beRailroad Far sYour tartheamoU t ol your purchases 0 = I Address iKtjjmTsTAB- UlSHED 213 South Address Fourth Ai I II 33034WflarlGetSte Louisville Ky j muLouisville Ky INCORPORATED p- I CLOG7O0 7I Ol Q 0 t70C Q 1 y Mti+ h+ ra TT I i ioA RemedyFOR 1 CATARRH Elys Cream Balm j it quicklyI absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soot heals and pro te tlio dlsease em brano resultinJT from Catarrh and drives J away aCold m the Head quickly Restores tho Senses T Tosto and Smell Full size I LiquidOreElyers CO Warren Street Now York I r 15he Brecken ridge News i WEDNESDAY MAY 10 1909 Announcement o are autcorlzed to unnonnco Roy T Cain r the Howley vlllo district us a candidate for ounty Court Clerk of Ilrcckonrldio county 1 ubjectto the action of the Republican party t 0 0t rrPERSONAL i AND LOCAL iY Raymond Pate left yesterday tor the tC sWestMrs J Edwin Belle Has returned to xIllemphis Mrs J T Lewis went to Louisville yesterday Miss Zula Bowlds spent Friday in Owensboro Miss Eva and Eliza May spent Friday in Owensboro s Mr and Mrs Henry Pate went to Webster yesterday Mrs H V Duncan has returned home from Louisville Mrs Foster Heyser has returned home from Louisville See the net iWlels at Mrs Polks before purchasing fhscwhere Mr and Mrs Luther Satterfield were in Owensboro llast week bliss Martha Willis will entertain the Qirls Club this afternoon Miss Evelyn Young of Morganfield is visiting Mrs Chas Skillman Win Lusk of Stonewall Miss was the guest of Mrs Keith last week Mrs George Boyd and little son of St Louis are guests of Mrs Sam Con rad11rand Mrs Henry May and Hofiious Behen were in Owensboro FridayMr and Mrs James Skillman of Owensboro returned home Saturday l evening tt Miss Edith Stirman of Owensboro has been the guest of Miss Elizabeth Skillman Everybody knowVyreiere to find sty rralissh hats andl 1j1nlSXv Mrs Qlkfu r t Cloverport i 7 Mrs Chas Moorman of Versailles has been visiting Miss Jeane Todd in Owensboro Dp W M Casper Dentist at Lewis poft Tuesday at Cloverport Wednesday nd Thursday- E C McDonald has arrived from Louisville for a visit to Mr andMrs Frank Mattingly- Wpde Witt of Brandenburg was in Louisville last week visiting his uncle Robt E Woods Mrs Anna Carr and Miss Carr of Elizabethtown are guests of Mr and Mrs Proctor Keith Dont you want fiage leghorn pret tily and attractivel trimmed by Miss DavXat Mrs PoU sX- Morrison Calhoon dentists once own staIrs ZtS Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Mrs Hudson and daughter Miss Virginia Hudson of Versailles spent Sunday with MrsOrcgory Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot and- Re James Lewis attended the Baptist Convention in Louisville Where are you Jrding pretty maid To purchase a Mary Gardner at Mrs Polks The Strea r Milliner Misses Ruby Haynes Hook and E Moorman Hook are ill of whooping cough at their home on Center street I Misses Carrie and Claudie Pate and brother Mr Raymond Pate and Mr Otto Tague spent Saturday in Hard insburg Mr and Mrs Claude Murray and two children of Williamson W Va arrived Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs A H Murray Dont read your neighbors paper next week Have your own News de livered at your house every week or get it by mail James Btuner near Garfield planted I 1 acre and James and Os Watlington to make your baby strong andIwell A fiftycon9ottlo of SCOTFS EMULSION will cho a sickly baby to a plump ompingchild inaummeras s well in winter Only one cent i a think of Itand its as nice a ream a small bottle now All Drueglits ME TANOAHlrO T w E W C u J 11 MRS NANCY ANN NOELL DEAl Former Breckenfidge County Cit izen Dies at Oolitic mad Was Wellknown and Had Many Rel atves Here MEMBER OF BAPTIST CHURCH Marion Ohio May llSpeclnl Nancy Ann Noell was born in Boon County Kentucky May 11 1830 She died at Oolitct Ind where she hadl gone to visit her daughter Muy 2 1901 aged 69 years 11 months and 9 days Slit was united in marriage with Al vey Weatherholt July 2 1870 Flyt children were born to them Mary Lee the oldest died in infancy There survive besides her husband Mrs Alice Hudson of Owensburg Ind with six children Mrs Katie Henderson oC Oolitic Ind with five children Mrs Lizzie Pruitl of Owensburg Ind withi three children and Noell Lee Weather holt of Bradshaw Nebraska who iiis unmarried At an early aye she re moved with her parents to BreckenI ridge county Kentucky where for ia number of years the family resided 01 what is known as the Ben Duncan fart on the pike She taught school in the neighborhood at the Hardin schoolhouse and at other places In 1872 sine and her husband removed to Wichita Kansas About 1877 they returned tio Kentucky About 1887 they removed to a firm three miles from Owensburg Greene county Indiana where the resided until two years ago when they removed to the village of Owensburg She had been in poor health for some years About two weeks before her death she went for a visit to the horn of her daughter at Oolitic and was notable to return to her home At the age of sixteen she united with the Baptist church at Cloverportt About two years ago she transferrec her membershig to the church at Owens burg Ind She was a devoted wife loving mother and was respected and loved by all who knew her She was buried at Owensburg Ind S C Bates Stephensport planted 2 acres of tobacco Saturday Miss Florence Woods is visiting It1 GlendeaneLenord Gregory and Warfielc1 Collins were in OwehsboroJEriday Itram SUftfljpflS L6blstille- was l1 here yesterday the guest tf f friendsMrs Etta Evans of Brooklyn N Y will arrive Thursday to visit Mrs Chas Kiel Brown Lghlt eggs for sale 51 1 rents per settIn Write W L Hen kle Cloverport Buy an upMtdXte1 Columbia Lift policy and proftict your wife and children See OapCS Rowland Mr and Mr James Younger Miss Dleona Weatherholt and Lafe I went to Louisville Saturday to sec Barnums show t Mr Brown th Sayso man says its confectionery rade Is increasing splendidly and thn it pays to adver tise in the News Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry and laughter Annie Murray spent Sunday In Hardinsburg with Gen and Mrs D R Murray Mr and Mrs Wm HoHlous and Elmer bilious Mr and Mrs Sam Berry and son Paul Edward were in 3 vensboro Friday Mrs Fred Frale who submitted to a slight nasal operation at St fosephs infirmary in Louisville expected home soon Mr and Mrs A V Whitworth son James Allen and Miss Jhellman of Stephensport were own Tuesday shopping Send your order to Browns for ices and cakes Delle d promptly upon equest Cream 35ments per Saysoes 20 cents p r zen Local market reportEggs 20 cents Chickens hens 10 cents pringers 15 cents Butter 20 cents Vool 30 cents Goats Wool 40 cents Roy Moorman Franklin Kincheloe and Jeff Dillon of Hardinsburg and Rob Moorman of Glendeane were In the city last week the guests of friends Dr BrimT Cloverport 1st 2nd and 3rd 1Mondays and Tuesdays Hard nsbiirg 4thMonday 3 days Irving tojThurdayEand Friday following 4t donday r The Ladies XKji Society of the Bap tisl church wlHJ give an Arm and Vaist social injotelzes Hall Thu day night May 30 Evcry body cordially invited And a good time assu cd Monologu rydtal at Oelze Hall it 8 oclock Fridayi night for the jenefit of the cVurch Miss Eettlc Lewis of LoulsvlHc will be present and Cloverport slumld welcome her with a large ajidlene r LVJIV r r JIII r C 1I ffInvitations Cards and ff- II Announcements for f JuneWeddings Beautiful in Workmanship and absolutely Correct in Form ssrt BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport y =tTr l9msgeoa r1O wmrrri rvrrt o nPROGRAM ISThe fifth Sunday meeting of the Breckenridge Association will convene Friday May 28th at 2 p m in the Garfield Baptist church Program as follows Devotional ServiceJ F Winchell Organization B Herndon- y i The Baptists of the Past and Pre- sentJ Dupgins 2IIfhe Pastors Relations to Othei Pastors in Association J J WIl- let 3 IIThc FaithJ F Winchell 4 Christian Union1 B English 5IIHow to Reach the Church Goers Rev Gayer 0 Pastors Duty to his Association Through his Church or Churches J T Lewis- a 7 Why the Kentucky Baptist Sanday School UnionD P Shacklett 8 Our Sunday School Work in Associ ation OrganizationJ B Hern don 9 Pastors Relations to his Sunday SchoolRev Gayer E B Eng lish J J WillettJ F Winshell J Duggins D F Shacklett J T Lewis The Mission Boatd will meet Saturday at 130NS tiRfr E BNG4iSHI V eJT LTVI- SMcQUADY Ii 1harmers in this section are getting along very well plowing About all done planting corn A few have set out some tobacco Len Pate of Kosmosdale is the guests of his daughter Mrs Geo Ball 11Dr J A Sandbach went to Hardins burg Thursday to attend the regular meeting of the Breckenridge County Medical Society Eli Beavin who has been in the street car service in Louisville for some time is here this week the guest of rel atives and friends The spring school here under the management of Miss Nannie Payne is progressing nicely Will Stephenson has moved from Kirk here and will work on the rail roadThe stones forthe new stone Catholic church here have been gotten out and lsare being hauled and put on the site and the carpenters are now at work on 1the dwelling house and stables iaGodCrey P Keenan of Mattingly is inhere the guest of L C Taul and J B BatesA section has been put on the railroad here with a crew of nine men t- ATi FACTORY PRICES GLOBE BUGGIES AND HARNESS TWQINONEhWe ship rom our Factory C 0 D to Consumer subject to examination nod hpprovalonsodiys free trial It Is of the greatest Importance to the Hobo llujtty llnrnotw Co to every one who deals WHit us a pleased and 1have Cuslpmpr No effort is spared to make ofsI juncri i jvoikniiiiiilip style elc1e that it will be a Laslln4 Ahlrtiscmclft pleaserat apricalcsstb Nddlcmnns Prolit you vrlll- rccotumcnd oiiifeoodsI to your neshbor Our ptiarnneiiH solute ns Rood to our customers na it wouldJR to a denier If oodsaro not ns rep resented jfur money In returned to you You lako nit Wo nutneturo honrst Vrhlclltl nlrJlnrnru IrOl1llltJrWr1DBE BUGGY 8e HARNESS COMPANY OWENSBORO KENTUCKY Headquarters at this place and have begun to put in new ties and ballast the track preparing it for the many and heavy trains that will soon come thun dering over it off the M H E VW need a new depot and a telegraph ofivte here This is a fine farming country and a business place and a great deal of freight and passenger traffic is handled I hereAll here are making preparations to entertain a large crowd at the Sunday School Convention to be held here June 2 anel3- Forest Lyons was the guest of one of his best friends at Falls of Rough Sun i dayDr Sandbach and wife Misses Myl dred Potts and Nannie Payne were the a guests of Hardy Ball and family Sut4 dayMiss Ann Jolly and Mrs Chas Lyons went to Hardinsburg Thursday shop ping t SAYtABOUT THE NEWS 1 We have missed the News three weeks and we feel like we do not know anything that has happened Miss iIIazclHuldor 000 illBtoma t She says the News is a sight of com pany for her anti it is the only way sheer learns whats going on 1 000-c The News is the best paper I have ever seen published in n town the size pf Cloverport Frank L Youse Jr Baldwin Co Louisville 000 Shows His Appreciation Mr Babbage I assure you I appre ciate the notice in your editorial col umn and I will show my appreciation in a substantial way I send 1 check for the News for Mary Kincheloe Wai In Walla WashT Henderson Webster We appreciated the notice you gave us in your circus writeupJ Bacon Sons Louisville 000 The News For Enos Enclosed you will please find 10o in payment for one years subscription for the Breckenridge News jonles the Tariff question and Tom Marshal may bring prosperity and happiness to the Hoosier state and prosperity may f reign supreme but the Breckenridge peacemaker I happinesstrouble may arise at any moment RespectfullyEnos Keith Oolitic mad May 4 09 000 Dent Sir Please enclosed find one dollar for another years subscription to the News Cannot get along without the News Please send paper to Irvington R R No2 instead of Basin Springs my for mer address Yours TrulyW E Basham UREAMIC POISON IS FATAL Frank Goldsmith Is Dead at His Homei on Second Street Stricken with ureamic poisoning on Third street Sunday afternoon Frank EI Goldsmith insurance solicitor and formerly anL N railroad telegraph operator living nt332 Lower SecondI street died at his home early yesterday morningBesides his wife Mrs N D Gold smith he leaves n father and mother Ho was 26 years old Burial will be nt Oak Hill at 2 oclock this nfternoou William Goldsmith the grocer of Third avenue and second street is the father ofr the deceased Tho clipping was received by Mr Dentou of this city l Q u WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT REMEMBER TIMEr oM3theclock will be uncovered C2oH Thursday Afternoon= 1 yaroMAY279O918 Be sure and friends will be HHpresent at our store at 230 p m y Somebody gets the dollarscertain why not y- ouDOPTFFORGET br bH c O GET TIME CARDSgH o UCoC2 BROayHHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIME 8II I WANTED TKIExj help to cook and do general Mouse work Small family jry modern convenience good wages No ashing or Ironing to do Colored preferred 1 E CADIPIC Orandvlow lad c that WANTEDForaguarnntcedmcd- I cures Scrotula Syphilis and Mt rial Tolson and other remedies equally dodt MITCHELL HEMEDY CCtIOOW tiliiut Ioulsvlllo K- yWANTED 1 Rcsponsllileman with horse and buggy In eanceom salarySSOOtoflOOOperduy to take rders from owners of Farms Or 1port1 uBsconnectlonwlilchwlllbecomomoreprotl priilo ouch year Address P O Box 134 Youngs island SJ3 FOR RENT j ill KpjjT1 Two splendid rooms In the Nevurbulldlng Miluiblc for a fcuuM1 lust mess I KENT A furnished rocin in a resl dfinco convenlfnt to business part Of jwn earl depot Apply iu till News ulllee FOR SALE OHJTK On frosh mllih cow and calf JCIUS II KIEDHL lira Ky y rKAlVKl t mid cooker combined stovo for s 6 at News olllco i SALE Scholarship in Howling Green- University I Honllng Green Ky Breck nridge News XFOR SALE Re lsferecUuroc Jersey Hogs Pure bred Jows and Guilts a Specialty Jurnished in Pairs not Related E P HARDAWAY jKNo 1 IRVINGTON KY Farm Wanted IWish to hear quickly from OWNERS sell DIRECT TO BUYERS good farm of any size In any locally Not particular about location OWNERS only need answer who are willing to dose their own deal direct with BUYERwlthoutpaytngnnyeom mission to anyone I am no agent and accept nu 10mmlsslQn I wish to eon fleet mv HUNHIIK- LOWNEllS or nUYE1t8 wIth so tit flran huydirect and save paying jdT fanny price to some ngont AT Writeuuickly Give price and do scrlptlqwyso 1 can please my many buyer Wy recommending your place to tl ii mind so they ran buy tit your hi price- ARBYSIIIREI Y Box i5i Rochester Our New Store Room I is tho handsomest country store in time county If you havent seen it it will pay you to call Miss Mary Jolly one of the most popular 1 young ladies in this section has charge of tho Dry Goods Department She will be glod to sea you and show you our new stock We buy al Kincls of Country Produce c TAUL nkQuady Kentucky tI rRaYOU Have Yourself to blame if your Trouble You 1Eyes Tested FREE Glasses Guaranteed r vers Drug Co rl04i ++ I a i BANK OF CLOVERPORT Incorporated 1003 u Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 SafeSound and- Conservative Small accounts receive tho same careful attention as- larger ones ajjtrwe appre ciate your rlrinss and in= Iluence nterest maul on into Deposits IANI OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERIORT KY rrhouse FOR and SALE dwelling corn v 11Slorr corner Firatrnnd HitfhSts i Kjr Cistern base wliolufrrencth of building Will selbpu a bargain or ex chin for dwelling house in lbo port F ROBERTS IHardinsburg K- yJJpaes L t M MIIWlWW SAVE EXPENSES and write or phone Dr S B Ad Idsson ut Webster and ho will como and do yomr DENTAl WORK Now is t time to have your teeth o eted for a now sot B ADKISSON w Farmers Busy L C Tnt IcQyady hass sold thts- eason i o 00 tons of fertilizer SO1 l7t urd o sold 6100 of tobacco fertfli T means that the farmers in lwt Action are not idle 7A i po ifp dn ffi J GOOD ROAD ORAGGfRSII J Organization For Improving HighII ways Formed at Sturgeon MoII I BEGINNING OF A GREAT WORK How the Members of the Brotherhood i of Draggers Have Pledged Thom I f selves to Work For Improved Roads Convicts For Road Building There was n good roads crusade rev Gently started nt Sturgeon Mo which Is deserving of vnrmest praise At the head is n fnrtu6i Georgo W Rat terton who lens beau tin enthusiast i on the subject for tw3past forty year and who four years ago leclded It was time to practice some of the principlesI j y lie had been preaching and set n good 1 example for his uplghboVs Accord ingly he made n drag of oak Ilumber antI to the edge of the front piece Ilie t bolted n blade of steel made by thec rilocal blacksmith which acted as n FU light scraper to throw the dirt eolc t lected In front of the drag to the con 1 ter of the road When he visited Stur l geon tthree miles distant he attached W this drag to the tear of his wagon orCJ buggy anti dragged the roads both l iE coming and going In this way he con 1 J i iGumed very little more time In making the trip to nnd from town and in the fit course of a year had trade a road 1 iXwhichhe nUll the residents of the sec Y r tlon claim to bo superior to rock roads 4 yroleleven months In the year while at no 1 time does it become so muddy as to iit Impair seriously Its usefulness in haul to 0Ingheavy loads over it when it is nt 1 f Its worst mt I IItIs as smooth and hard as n boule iiTardtoday though there were heavy I a rains recently for two days at Stur 4 i geon anti In Its vicinity Mr Bntterton I JEJsso afflicted with rheumatism he ca- nIri hardly walk Still he has rondo three tnlles of country boulevard practically shewith his own efforts in four years V With tthis inspiring example as an Incentive the imstuem men of Sturgeon and the farmers of the country got to 5 s sgethcra few days ago and organized a a brotherhood orooc1 road draggers i all iivrcpiug t follow the example ofI attaching a i1rii to the vehicles InI f whisk they drive about on ordinary T business Seviil nntomoblllsts prom- ised to hitch tin drag to their motor- carsk Bankers farmers doctors gar c + r deners lawyers merchants and huck sters propose tn cooperate and devote 2 themselves for one year in making anti maintaining good roods no mutter what else uiiiy happen Dragging is the best simplest and 1 least expensive irmetliod to obtain good roads There tr Is nothing which will add so much toII ot time prosperity and general advance meat of tbe communities as goodII roads asset mt one enthusiast sound- Ing the keynote of the brotherhood i riThisshould be an example for other communities to follow What has lJCfnJJ done can lw done and time host hOB M never yet been attained in any phase p of life TheI MIssourljeuthuslaBta lhave r started agriti work They des 1e lmltationfi I erest flattery ruytlch j is a irreat awakening just nt a present In this minter of good rondse The Missouri legislature has passed a 4 resolution vhl u proposes to submitto rtnthepeople tho question of levying n c state tax of 5 cents on each hundred f dollars of assessed valuation to be set apart and apportioned to the several counties as a permanent road fundf One Missouri county has recently put a gang of convicts to work on the pub portablepsteel cages in which tho convicts can be con tined at night so as not to lose time transporting them to and from I work All over tho country super orisorul arergetting together and deciding to do i something besides talk All these I things are good but there is something I c even better and that Is activity on tho part of the farmer in road dragging proverlegislatures supervisors nnd city coun ells will fall in line quickly enough There has been plenty of talking It is r time now to go to work Individually and collectively I n Smashes All Records3 3p 1 An allround laxative tonic apduealth f builder no other cnn co are with Dr Rings Ne Lit fill They tone and regulate st mac liv and kidneys I purify the blood str U men the nerves cure Constipation fafyspepsia Biliousness w Jaundice Headache Chills andI Seversfstorex j iIiI i I Wont Slight a Good Friend If ever I need n cough medicine nRnin I know what to get declares Mrs A L Alley obnueals Me for after using ten ft os of nr l1gs New DIFcover n s its excellent results In my W roily nd others I sill convince i s the st medicluc made for Cougfis Cobjs and Lung Trouble Everyonejfiio tries it feels just that way Keiyfis felt nt once and its quick cure snuffises you Igor Brow chins AsthmXrietiiorrhage Cronp La Grippe So7o Thro t pain in chest or lungs its supreme SOc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co A CAREFUL MAN When It Came to Money He Had to Put on the Brakes Time passengers in iin accommodation train which was winding its WilY through New Hampshire were inter ested and amused by nu elderly couple who sat In the middle of the car They talked ns if there were no one else in the ear Therefore having beard most of their private plans no was surprised to have the old man take the assembled company fully into his confidence At ono station he rose and addressed the passengers in general Can anybody change a five dollar bill for two twos and n one or five ones ho Inquired- I can sold n brisk woman and tho transfer was quickly made Now could anybody change this one dollar bill for four quarters or tens and fives asked the old man I can give you two fifties said a man from the rear scat unless some body else can do better It appeared that nobody could or at least nobody offered so as the train started the old man lurched down tho cnr to the possessor of the two fifty cent pieces Thank you ho sold as he took the money Im obliged though Id have liked the quarters best You see Mar thy has set her mind to stop off at Nnshuy whilst 1 go on up to my brothers with the eggs nnd truck And though site dont plan nor menu to be n spendthrift woman when shes let loose amongst a lot of stores shell ten through CO cents In an hour ensy and I kind of have to put a curb on her Youths Companion Dont let the abt or rom eczema sores or say it lin f th skin Doans Ointmenl gives instany relief cures quickly APerfecty sape for children All druggisell i Greeley Dodged Lincoln President Lincoln having been often and severely arraigned In the New York Tribune for what Mr Greeley considered his slowness in prosecuting the war lead stUd If ho Greolerob jects to my policy I shall be glad to have him state to me his views frankly antI fully I shall adopt his if I can If I cannot I will at least tell him why Ho and I should stand together T If I were to go said Grccley when the words wore repeated to him ho would simply twist me around his fingers as he always does Lincolns smile would wilt me In half a minute he said on another oc casion whoa again urged to see the president and have a talk with him Ho Is n wonderful manwonderful- I never can harbor a thought against him except when I keep away from him Everybody is likely to have kidney and bladder trouble In fact nearly everybody has some trouble of this kind That is the reaso why you so often have pains in the hac I d groin caldlng set fatioD mint yd sortlers athatsy- our kidneys Ti best lug to do is to get some of Wit Kidney and Bladder Pills rteh ayy Take them for a few days or A w ek or so and you will feel all rigotln this way too you will ward off dangerous and possib ly serious ailments They are perfectly harmless and are not only antiseptic but allay pain quickly by their healing proportion Scid your name to E C DeWitt Co Chicago for a free trial box They are sold here by all drug gists Gallantry- At n school In Aberdeen a teacher was examining her clnss on the Bible tho lesson being a port of Genesis The teacher asked her class Why did the serpent tempt Eve Instead of Adam T For somo time there was silence but at length n little boy held up his hand anti replied Please mum causo Its ladles firstTitBlts and Un SUMMER IS COMING Housecleaning1 Hints That Are Worth Testing This Spring When sweeping says Good house keeping as much furniture as possi ble should be removed from the room Tho remainder should be coverall with course unbleached cotton cases kep on hand for this purpose Pictures mantels and mirrors should be UUstei and then covered with cases mart of the same material While the sweep Ing Is being done the doors should lIl closed and the windows opened Matting should be swept with a sof cloth or brush maul then gone over wltl a dump cloth to remove the dust Sonj must not be used as It Is likely to dls color the matting Soiled spots may hiO- removed by rubbing the matting with n cloth wrung out In hot water Windows must be thoroughly duster before washing and the dirt roniovci from corners amid crevices with In wooden skewer and a piece of clothI The glass may thou be washed Inc ar warm water containing n little ammo nla The washing cloth should be damp rather than dripping wet The cloth should be rinsed frequently Th windows must bo dried with n clean soft cloth and polished with paper To clean cut glass use a soft brush and warns water containing a little am mania Try to cover the glass with the brush thoroughly in orlcr the each little crevice shall be reached Dry the glass Immediately and1 1If sawdust is available sprinkle it frcelj over the glass and let It remain for some time Then remove It with n soft brush rub lightly with n clean soft cloth and the cut glass will bi clear and sparkling China dishes should be scraped of all food rinsed in cold water and wafehed In warm soapy water If there lsglll on the china be sparing in the USot soapThe kitchen sink and the sink In the butlers pantry are likely to be in n greasy unhygienic condition unless means of prevention are taken These sinks should be thoroughly flushed see era times a day with hot water fol lowed by cold water Almost every set bowl contains n groove inside and around the top Ir which dirt Is likely to settle and re main since it cannot be seen If DIg lectcd too long this causes a peculiar and disagreeable odor for the cause ol which even good housekeepers searcl vainly This groove should bo at tacked frequently with a brush ant plenty of soap or disinfectant as It Is quite capable of producing malignant germs jJ Sweep the hardwood floor with a soft hair brush and wipe wIth rinhandled dust mop Where the rooir does not become very dusty the use oi the dust mop alone is necessary dally Kills To Stem The Fiend The worst foe foA 12 years of Jobs Deye of GladrinI ich vas a running ulcer lie pat I d rs over 4000 without benefit TlllR BucklennArnici Salvo killed e u r and cured him Cures hev r r s Boils felons Eczema S t th um Infallible fi Piles BurnrScalds Cuts Corns 26c at Severs drug store Three Methods of Serving Dinner There are three method of serving a dinner a la Fraucals a la HUBs rind American The French service for small dinners ls that of presenting the entire dish to The guest that he may help himself to time part he wants The Russian service that of curving in the kitchen nnd serving from the butlers pantry Is best adapted to large ban quota hut lt In proforreil by ninny host o sojjn flu ir hoods The American service Is a combination of the other two the gnrulahed1 dish bolng first mown to the host or hostess for Inspection and approval and then cut outside Tough Fowl Made Tender i To make n tough fowl tender add a pinch of baking soda to time water it Is cooked in while It is boiling Had dyspepsia and indigestion for years No appetite and what I did eat distressed me terribly Burdock Blood Jitters cured rueJ H Walker Sun jury Ohio The Real Thing How do youh possum taste suh asked the solicitous waiter Well responded the patron who had ordered the article it tastes pretty good but it Isnt possum No sum rejoined the waiter an dats a sign its genuine Do genuine possum is n great pretender suh yes BUhPhllauJlnhIn Ledger J ChlI r n ry FOR F ERS I CAS ORIiI A I J The Illaier Bao Hardinsburg aeM and Trust Company l rPresidentr Capital 50000 Surplus divided Profits 1100000 DIRECTORS Morris Eskridgo G W Beard D S Richardson Dr A M Kincheloo C V Robertson B F Beard n n n v Pays3 per cent on time deposits no more Three per cent is as much as the best banks intthis state pay and as much as any safely managed bank can afford to pay0 tr REPAIRING CHINA Rare Specimens That Can Be Mended at Home SOME TRICKS OF THE TRADE A Slight Talent For Modeling Is Necessary to Do the Work Scientifically Homemade Cements That Are Good SubstitutlSIWhen a handsome china cup loses Its handle or a spray of flowers its stalk the deficiency can be replaced by a new bit of modeling cast In n plas ter of parts mold If there Is a cor responding stalk intact upon time china the cast for the now one can be mode direct by merelyl oiling the duplicate and pressing a layer of potters clay over it until it has taken time impression of its shape and then pouring on it n mixture of plaster of parls and water about the thickness of thin cream until the clay is covered with a coating of plaster half an Inch deep This hardens very quickly and when It hits been removed and lined out with oil oi soapy water all that rev mains to be done is to fill the plaster mold with molten lead or solder or plaster of Paris nnd gum arable mixed with hot water until it becomes a thick paste and when this has hard IAINTIXa OVEn A CI5ACK ened to dislodge It with the help of in blunt penknife nnd to fix It in post Lion with cement and color It If there is no duplicate from which to make the plaster cast time repairer must rely upon her own lurentlvi genius to construct a little model In the potters clay and except where 1It is a conventional design that is to bo reproduced which must be drawn or traced from n similar bit of decora tlon and copied exactly and this Iis usually the case when it is a piece ot the rim of n plate or the lip of a jug that has been replaced the choice of suitable coloring is also n test of her taste entirely for the color of other similar parts may he n helpful guide Ordinary water color paints are quite satisfactory substitutes for the pig ments that are used by professional china painters if the piece that is to be painted is prepared beforehand with a layer 5of gelatin and covered when dry with nlthickv wash of Chi thoeolmorsnpphlcdtbinby a varnish of gum arable and wntor The qucatlon of cement cnn be sole 1 by tho purchase of one of the excellcnj mixtures that ure concocted by the trade If the repairer does not feel disposed to follow the very simple and old fashioned recipe of steeping unit stirring an ounce of white Isinglass and threeQuarters otlln ounce of transparent gelatin In a basin con taming about six ounces of water and addingrattler iless than an ounce of acetic acid while holding the basin over boiling water until the mixture warms This makes a clear cement which can bo used for glass as well as china and It keeps almost Indefinitely If It Is bottled and corked securely Before using It It Is advisable to warm time bottle In hot water to reduce Its contents to a liquid and tho china to which It is to be applied should be warmed to a corresponding tempora tureIt saves endless trouble and prevents the very possible disappointment of seeing the piece that has been cement ed loosen and drop before the cement has dried If It Is given the temporary support of a smear ol sealing wax to hold it In position until It has firmly fixed This support is almost Indis pensable when there ore several frog ments to bo fitted and Joined together before the broken piece can be reunited CEMENTJNO AN ORIENTAL CUP to the whole for to hold them would be boredom personified and the seal Ing wax is a harmless time saver for It chips off readily and leaves no mark atallSmall cracks and chips which are not sufficiently destructive to break through time china can be filled In with a tiny quantity of the mixture of plaster of paris and gum arable that onlydoesage but when painted over It makes the disfigurement Invisible There Is yet another form of china mending riveting both simple and the kind that Is known as through and through Improving the Flavor toiiI A squeeze of lemon juice added sauces soups gravies and stows after cooking will ring out the flavor won derfully and is a palatable Improve anent c Poultry Secrets FTri Disclosed secrets in the poultry business as THEREareany the best methods andnewest 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 Iti dilCOTetcf li not to be blamed Jot keeping It to himself Now for the line time the secrets of many of the most lucceitlul poultrymen are made public No confidence has been violated evety secret has been Obtained in an Honorable WayIs his cork properly Milt 1 outright purchase 2 by free permission given the author Michael KPoIIII Secrets tetlt yoi IIm 3 by collecting old raluablc but Mule known methods 4 by Mr how Ij carryfoivh andtcorti f1fr own experience covering 30 busy years Since this book was first adof surds far more inipor I j four or five months ago It has been necessary to print eight editions taut and hitherto unreveated l new and valuable secrets have been added to the original bookaI IRead What Purchasers Say received F rm Jon mil andhullqEecreti nd ui terr much pleated cold Why Ipaid rt worth their wcljht In ft tho iproutol oitt method Ton cerUInlr tlvoI Itot over hie IlIono worth ANDREW f 0 10ILKY file N Y BecehedyourbunkofPotdlrySecretsitone- xceptIor Jlf Inttrucilv work and worth 110 to any jirojretilv poultmnan I would not care to tgkllut for my ropy If 1 could not Ret another 110BT F KISOSUND Monttllle N J As to Poultry Secret I will ity 1 have tee tured on This lulijecl oner tht greater portion of thli slate for the put fifteen year and have about etery look that ll rmbllihed on thli luhject In my library end I consider this hook of youri the mod taluaUt I know by far for tlie tneral puUIC U A KICIIAKDSttt Marine ill Tour bnnk Poultry Secret recelted oleo tW February and Morel number of the Farm Journal Eminently latlifled with all three Got more then my moneys worth on any one rage 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combination cut Q Vrate on Daily or Sunday if you will r write this papermt r SubserjbeforThe Newsn- I I C1 0 u n t i4 X r ii f 1 r A Gentlemanll- I From Mississippi- By Thomas A Wise Novelized From the Play by Frederick R Toombs Copyright 1WD by Thomas A Wise All right Wlmt I want to sny Is this The president Is appointing a commission to Investigate the condi tion of tho unemployed The members Yare to go to Europe five or six coun tries and look Into conditions there j leisurely of course so as to formulate a piece of legislation that will solve the existing problems In this country A most generous expense account will I 3 allowed by tho government A mem ber can tuku his family A son for Instance could net as financial secre I tarn under liberal pay Ive heard of that commission solI LangdonIWell Senator Peabody has the naming of two senators who will go on that commission nnd I suggested that j your character nnd ability would make you Good glory exclaimed Langdon 4 you mean that my character and abil J ity would make me something or othII er If I kept my mouth shut In the sen t ate this afternoonI Stevens Ive been surprised so many times since I came to the capital that It doesnt affect i mo any more Im Just amused at I your offer or Senator Peabodys I I want to tell you two senators t that theres only one thing that I want J In Washington and you havent offered It to me yet When you do Ill do business with you j Whats that Speak out man said 1 Peabody quickly- A I square deal for the people of the United StatesI Good Lord exclaimed the boss 1 of the senate Is this Washington tor Is It heaven t It Is not heaven senator put In t I Halnep Man alive cried Peabody Ive Ii beon In Washington so long that I So long youve forgotten that thlC American people really exist retorted I Hangdan nnd there are more like youcc In the senate nil because the voters hate no chance to choose their own senators Tho public In most statevi j hits to take the kind of n senator thatII the legislature mode up mostly ofIpoliticians feels like making them I take You Peabody wouldnt be lIn the senate today If the voters hind any Wing to say about It The Pennsylvanian shrugged his shoulders J And now Ill tell you honorable sea ators went on Laugdon thoroughly aroused something to surprise you I have discovered thiit you were not working for yourselves alone In the Altacoola deal but that you Intend to1 turn your land over to time Standard Steel Company nt a big profit as soon ns this naval base bill Is passed Then that company will squeeze time govern ment for the best port of the hundred millions that are to be spent The senator sank back In his chair and gazed at his two opponents Those two statesmen Jumped to their feetCome Stevens let him do what he wlllWe cannot stay hero to be In sulted by the ravings of a mailman ended the Pennsylvania But he brought his associate to a standstill midway to the door By the way Langdpa what is It you are going to dolu the senato this afternoon he asked You said you were going to mike us honest against our will You jniqw you cant do anything t Dud Haines turned his face toward 9t4Ol speaker and grinned broadly toe senators intense discomfort v Ill do more than that announced Langdon rising and pounding n fist haInto his open hand Ill make you iHit Stevens more popular than you erjwero in your lives before Bahr shouted Peabody inn do even more yet Im going to make you generouspatriots And I jpgret to say Ill give you the cbuco mike We hits of your careers THe polished hypocrites looko r at him too astonished to move low What they gaspedISwept on by his own entbuslaaa and the force of his own courageous i honesty the voice of the southerner roeeYo oratorical height This afternoon lie exclaimed Rhea the naval base committee makes its report I will rise in my place nrdd declare that for onco in time history of the senate men havo been fo dwUtiplace the interests of tho goTcrnment they serve above any henceof pecuniary reward These bieii are the members of the naval iikt committee Jwjtii this idea in view realizing I dishonest men would try to maker out of the government these BUY YOU WOOL HneuRS I giuerDealers candobetter foryo- ul r commueion merchants l i any Bank in Louisville lugs shipWefurnish IIYALNHIS 1ABEL d SONS IN lees lCMwfcetSk LOUISVILLE KY t L1- t c t Cdtk Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys are re sponsiule for much sickness amisuffer jutr should fife also I continue serious re organs may need attention kidneys most because they do most and should have attention first Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out of order you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected and how every organ seems to to do its duty begintakingKilmers SwampRoot A trialwfll con vince you of its great merit jf ofSwnmpRootbladder remedy is s 1i realized It stands the highest becanse its remarkable health restoring properties have proven in thousand o the most distress tag cases If youIced a medicine you have tl1cstSold by drug ts iii- fiftycent and todol mayhaveby mail a kidneytrouble likelyto but your fail been youlmoty Horn ot bwamjiUoot have kidney or bladder rouble Mention this paper when riting to Dr Kilmer Co DinghJmtou N Y Dont make any mis SwampRoosop thing in place of SwampRoot if yoido you will be disappointed members of the naval base committee after they settled on Altacoola went out quietly and secured control of nil the land that will be needed for the naval base and these men secured this at a very nominal figure Now they are ready to turn over their land to the government at exactly what they paid for It without a cent of profit Then theyre going to sit up over there In that senate Theyre going to realize that n new kind of politics has arrived in Washingtonthe kind that I and lots of others always thought thieve was here And gentlemen he advanced on his colleagues triumphantly when I Senator Langdon of Mississippi your creation In politics have finished that speech I dare one of you to get up and deny n word The boss of the senate and his sat ellite were dumfounded Firmly be lieving that Laugdon could find no way to pass the bill for Altacoola and yet spoil their crooked scheme they were totally unprepared for any such de aII Idare one of you to act up and deny word 1 I nouement To think that a simple old fashioned planter from the cotton I fields of Mississippi could originate such a plan to outwit the two ablestII political tricksters in the senate I Langdon eyed his colleagues trI umphantlyPeabody however was thinking quickly Ha was never beaten until tho last vote was counted on a roll J call Ho knew that no matter how apparently J Insurmountable an ppposltion I was a way to overcome it might often be found by tho man who exercises j strong self control and a trained brain I This corrupt victor in scores of bitter political engagements on thob ttletleldJ J of Washington was now in his mostI dangerous mood He would marshal all his forces Tho man to defeat him now must d feattho entire senate ma chine nnd time nllics it could gain in nnII emergency ho must overcome the power of Standard Steel he must fight 1 the resourceful brain of tho masterful Peabody himself Peabody whispered to Stevens We must pretend to bo beaten Thou the Pennsylvaulan advanced smiling to Laugdon and held out his hand Senator Langdon ho said Im beaten Ypuvo beaten the leader of the senate something difficultt to be llovo Whats more yonvo given mo I the ghancQl of n llfcMnyi to become jcaown as a public benefactor As soon as youve finished your speech in thd t Q- Q sn ti t i Keiwtu 1 trill gut up nUll IIIUKII annul handAnythingPOlbOI yoursforprotferecl Senll liretestsurrender But he objected look here Pcabody turned upon him Instantly- Oh shut up Stevens dont bon fool Come on In The waters hue The your of schemers with Norton at their heels hurried away Time Pennsylvania drew Stevens Into committee room 0 and ordering the stenographer to leave drew up chairs where both could sit facing tho door Wee thrown dust In that old gan ders eyes whispered Peabody Its now ten after 1 lie Is to be recog nized to make his speech at 330 Trout sires us two hours aid twenty min utesYes but for what asked Stevens excitedly Ive been trying myself to think of something What will you do what can you doV Time boss of the senate smiled patronizingly I on the senior senator from Mississippi ns though amused nnd scornful of his II limitations ns n strategist as n tenacious lighter Then his jaw wt hard n n d 1118 brows contracted I will not do anything I can not do anything he hesitated a full ten seconds but Joke Steinaert can Stevens hands Peabody eagerly twltchclnerousclutchcd the re lycclrcrAnd continued Peabody Im ex pecting a phone call frdm him any mo ment I told him this morning that he might be able to make 1000 before night If The telephone bell at the desk in terrupted him Peabody leaned over and eagerly clutched the receiver The senior senator from Mississippi Jerked himself to his feet He stood at a window and llooked out over the roof tops of the city To bo Continued If you expo get the original Co r bolfzeiWi Ii a el1 Saveyou must be surd it is D itt Carbolized Witch IIazB Salve It is rood for cuts barn s and b Ises amid especially good fo r piles J e s titutes Sold by all druggists THE WORLDSGREATEST PAR Riverview Chicagos Dazzling Fairyland of Amusement Devices To see Chicago nt play ono must go to Slvorvlow Great cltles oro attractive i gay moods and the motropoli3onF IaU6l3 never merrier tliRrtSwhenXdUport Insfltsolf In this wonderful park The Roman hippodrome cannot be compared with this great park either 1 in magnitude fabulous Investment or attendance Frequently 250 000 men women and children are within the enclosure of tir vast and beautiful resort Instantl after one enters tho white masonry o the Rates and till ho emerges he is myS titled bewildered entranced Broad vis tas lead overywiero to turreted pavll lions circuses theaters ballets Streets of Cairo ball parks casinos water chutes cascades electric launches minia- tUre railways Wild West Shows fterlnlI coasters menageries Japanese pagodas and open aIr concerts by the worlds Ones t bands Rivervlow H n festival city with its chimes of bells peals of organs roar of trains cooling swish of waters dashing tt AdKwfL5S2 1 of foaming Takes boat whistles stringed instruments tomtoms euphonies of bagpipes chanting of Indians hymnal- in sacred plays rolls of cowboys reports of rifles and crash of artillery roaring of lions vocalizations of a million bird and animals jubilee sInging shouts and laughter and sounding above all the majestic strains of BbhUrrilr Kryla great bandIts Chutes cascades 600 feet in mid air spray crystal waters in contiguous rainbows Gay gondolas descend in clouds of mist dashing downward until they skim the surface of the lake lashing Its transparent waters into foam Laughter and shouts of delighted pas sensors accompany tho musical murmur of the falling cascades In n thrilling Wild West cowboys nnd Indians exhibit feats of broncho rid ing Tho biblical story of Babylon is en acted by 1000 young men and women in tho classical costumes- In Big Ottos Animal Jungle Miss Dixie young pretty and fearless enters a den of lions jaguars panthers and wildcats Sho seizes tho Jaws of a Nu bian lion forces them open and thrusts gleal1bdangerouslyA naval tho Monitor aria battlebeen Bar tho barossa and Paul ovoros rIde are his jCamelsephnl1ts bear laughing children In aFlea Circus tiny insects perform Incrjnlble feats n pony hippo drome llvln pictures Turkish dancers circle and Jflant swings motor and submarine bafts deep sea divers llvo whales JRatlng rinks velvet and aerial coastorf mechanical minstrels Thou sand tjffands waterjvays Japanese tea garde Chinese pavlUlons double whir and endless delightimparting de iiVlsofF form streets pikes plalsancos col stand waterways vervlew an emerald forest under an brfRlescqnt sky glistens with a silvery rfor and sclntlllant diamond lakes At ffijht thin vorltablol fairyland has mytl Eds of lights that whirl an flash and shimmer a rainbow haze on gay throng A more beautiful fairy spectacle was u ycr conceived Q = bI I n COST Of POOR ROADS Waste of Labor In Hauling Crops tr Market WHAT THE MUD TAX FIGURES Six Hundred Million Dollars Is the Price We Pay Annually For Our Impassable HIghwaysWhat Is Doing Done to Improve Them It cost li little over n billion dollars to haul the farm crops of America to market last year With good roads roads such as ore to be found In some parts of America and In all parts of France the marketing of the crops would have cost 400000000 Six hun dred million dollars per year then Is the price we pay In this land of the free for having Impassable roads says n writer In the St Louis Times Did over n nation spend so much for so doubtful a luxury before With Amer ican roads 1 lying open and fathomless before time eyes of our foreign critics what monstrous Injustice It Is to talk of American dollar worship I Most men of middle ago can recall the annual picnic known ns mending the roads Just why It got that name no one has ever explained for in prac tically every case the picnic left the roads In worse condition than before The law In many states prescribed that each resident of a rural district must pay n certain road tax In labor each year The payment of this tax was done under the supervision of a local ofilcer known as the pathmaster The customary time of payment was In tho early summer Just before haying time when there wasnt much else for the men and teams to do The neighborhood turned out with horses and plows and harrows ripped up diverse sections of highways which theyears travel had packed to a more or less navigable condition rounded them up nicely In the middle and scratched them up smooth with the harrows You were never expected to work very hard at these festive occa sions nnd the pathmaster who Insisted on real work soon found himself unpopular It was Just as well for since nobody had any knowledge of road making the more work the worse re suit What some of these results were and are wo have vivid testimony AcrossI Iowa last winter the racing autosI had to take to the railroad tracks b cause the common roads were simply tmpai3 able Last March some mlsfI guided creatures began an nutomoblle racgKrpm Now York to Savannah Ga Itt yns4Just at the opening of nnvlga tionfSS the country roads of the mid die south the time when the roads are foKs automobile had nn escort of six mules to pull It out of extra deep mudholes and to haul Its emergency rations of thlswnsemopgbbua t stay ln the mudholc all night the fhulo teams timid to be doubled and all the negroes of the neighborhood common deered to service before that particu Thuiacross tho Old Dominion a perfectly stunning rate of speed all things con sidered And yet the roods of America are vastly better than they once were and the Improvement Is going on apace The United States government Is lend ing a hand by setting its spare scien tiers to work teaching the people of different regions how to make the best roads at the least cost The states are doing vastly more New York In 1005 voted to spend 50000000 on her highways and while no other state Is In vesting In roads at that rate all lire doing something Cities are finding It good business to Improve the roads leading out Into the farming region the farmers are begin ning to tax themselves In a rational1 fashion for highway Improvement nnd many philanthropists have passed by the conventional college and library donation to spend their surplus funds on good roads Historic mudholes are being slowly filled up stone and con crete are replacing the crazy wooden bridges and a hundred Inventions- S have been made to help get the bes results for the lowest expenses Some of the last deserve attention Macadam roads have long been ac cepted as the standard of highway construction But macadam roads of the old pattern with crushed stone eight inches thick cost from 0000 to 10000 per mile Now it has been found that three or four Inches will do quite us well nnd the cost Is cut squarely In two In some parts of the central states where crushed stone Is rate It has been found that the very clay which mattes the roads almost impassable la tho best trackmaklng ma terlal when burned In yet other re gions the farmers have discovered how to make good roads by the sunlit expedient or rolling or dragging them niter each rain and in yet other places a mixture of sand and clay costing 800 or 400 a mile Is found almost as good as the best macadam It Is well that the roadmnklng ma tennis are abundant and varied for there are roads enough in tho United States to reach eightysix times around tho earth nt tho equator and nearly all those roads aro bad The advo cates of good highways will find room for their missionary enterprise for n generation to como The Auto a Road Builder Good country ro1dsare already In sIght livery prosperous farmer either owns nn nutbinobllo or Is making II1 guides as Vp the puce of one x VV i jueAEevV When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills wouldnt any sensible woman conclude that the same remedywould also benefit her if suffering with the same trouble Here are two letters which prove the efficiency of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Tied Banks Miss Words arc inadequate to express what LydIa 13 Plnklmms Vegetable Compound has done for me I suffered from a female disease and weakness which time doc tors said was caused by a iibroid tumor and I commenced to think there was no help for me Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetablo Compound mado mo a well woman after all other means had failed My friends are all asking what has helped mo so much and I gladly recommend Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com wU1ulIUrs AVillio Edwards Hampstead Maryland Before taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegotablo Compound I was weak and nervous and could not bo on my feet half a day without suffering The doctors told mo I never would bo well without an operation but Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has done more for mo than all tho doctors and I hope this valuable medicine may como into the hauls of many more suffering womenMrs Joseph II DandyWe will pay a handsome reward to any person who will mprove to us that these letters aje not genuine and truthfulxor that either of these worrien were paid in any way for their testimonials or that tne letters are published without their permission or thafme original letter from each did not come to us enti yunsolicited What more pj of can anyone ask For 30 ycarjrLydin E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound 19 been the standard remedy for female ilbjir No sick woman does justice to herself Aidfo will not try this famous medicine Blade elusively from roots and herbs and has thousands of cures to its credit S Mrs Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice She has tied thousands to health free of charge Address Mrs Piukliam Lynn Mass Bit1H t s018aX89 + Om09d03 ogOOOeo0S aDBfiQQ tttN W H nOw nrn lrealdcntA n SKIILMAN Cashier F L LHIHTFOOT vlcerrc7tCIIAS SKILTUAN AsstCashler yThe Old Reli- ableBREINRIDGE BANKOrga ed 18Y2 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Iurcdin every way and protected by tho very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and smallsolicited ta t s S itBtlftNt 0N80tliti11 R1t R31 LiCiarrilit alaiAsl 100 Visiting Cards for 75 cents 7I May MagazlnesLadies jfome Journal Delineator Argos Munsey M MMe urn Century M TelephiWo your order at once rodies Homo Journal if you I j JT want lrOHN D BABBAGE rhr r3r r3r3r r rr r ar r3r3raj LAlHOMAtIf you adeeming to OKLAHOMA write or see me I 1 have CoaWTimbor and Agricultural Lands and Town Lots RED Be EICHLING fORNEY AT LAW FORUM OKLA Reference First National Bank and Bank of Commerce l f ii clI ITHEFifth Avenu- eH0Y J EL m L Saville Ky m mPIKE CAMPBELL Mngr- I 1i I i The most centrally located andV only firstclass hotel Ja the city 1 making aS2OOrate- Only one block from the principal shopping district two blocks from thfiprlnclpaltheatres i Street cars pass tho door to all parts of tho cityiEverything neat r r3r3 r r K 1 Subscribe Now r u t JY11dt v L11 7i r q L USE A NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame OU CookStove tiBecauseits clean c t Because its economical hJ Because it saves time M Because it gives best cooking results Because its flame can be regulated instantly Because it will not over heat your kitchen Because it is better than the coal or wood stove Because its the only oil stove made with a useful Cabinet Top like the modern steelI I uFor II or write our nearest agency Made in sizes SoVith or without Cabinet threeIII Tho 0Lamfcannotooequaled i steady light simple construction and absolute safety Equipped with latest Improved burner Made of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled An ornament to any room whether library diningroom parlor or bedroom Write to our nearest agency if not at your dealers STANDARD OIL COMPAN- YIncorporated er v PROCEEDINGS4 g And Claims Allowed at the Regular Term of Fiscal Court f Held in Hardinsburg Beginning Tuesday ry April 6 1909 t Continued From Last Week It is ordered by the court that the fol lowing claims for sheep killed and in jured and for the costs incident to the a proof of said claims be and the same are hereby allowed to the persons below named respectively and the same an certified to the Auditor for payment Wm parr 6 sheep killed and 15 i0IntlreEzra Carman appraiser in Marr sheep claim 50 Horace Carman appraiser in Marr sheep claim 5l J T McCauish fees as justice i idoMarr sheep claim fiC itEB Oglesby 13 goats angora and 3 injured 96 00 J D Starks appraiser in Ogles by claim 5C Wm A Pine appraiser in Ogles by claim fiO T M Bates fee ns justice in Oglessy claim sC J II Ricketts 2 sheep killed 16 OC W S Cart appraiser in Ricketts- ii sheep claim 50 G T Kroush appraiser fn Rick ettb sheep claim SOB G Vessells tee as justice in Rickets sheep claim 50 Mlle Pate 1 sheep kille J 5 00 Clint Cox appraiser In Pate sheep claim 50 Charles Miller appraiser in Iate sheep claim 50 J OReilly fee as justice In Pate sheep claim SOW H Gibson 1 sheep killed 8 00 Larkin Gibson appraiser in Gib son sheep claim GO W H Hall appraiser in Gibson sheep claim SOT M Bates fee as justice in Gib son sheep claim 50 Richard Black 3 sheep killed 12 00 Ernest Drtskell appraiser in Black sheep claim s- Os E Bash am appraiser in Black sheep claim 50 J OReilly fee au justice in Black sheep claim 50 Sheerau Pate U sheep killed and a injured 24 00 B F May appraiser in Sheeran t Pate sheep claim 50 James E Klnnisou appraiser in in Sheerah Pate sheep claim 50 J OReilly fee as justice in Sheerau Pate sheep claim 50 J M Haynes 1 sheep killed C 00 C Jas B Ricketts appraiser in Haynes sheep claim 50 J C Watliugton appraiser in Haynes sheep claim 50 H G Vessells fee as justice In Haynessheepciaim50Ja- mesI B Ricketts 1 sheep killed and injured 000 J Haynes appraiser in Ricketts sheep claim 50 J M Haynes appraiser iu Rick etts sheep claim 50 H G Vessells fee as justice in Ricketts sheep claim 50 This day carne J T McCamish and H G Vessells a committee of the court t appointed to examine the report of the pauper commissioner Lee Walls and reccoiuiueud the adoption of the report as made and the allowance of the claims o s t as reported and they are allowed as t d rlj follows I A L1L Lum Davis poorhouso keeper salary for six monthsG35S 8S Lum Davis conveying child to Chlldreus Home at Louisville 10 75 Lee Walls salary as Commis sioner for 1 year 100 00 Lee Walls extra expenses as Commissioner 85 00 B F Beard Co supplies fur nished poorhouse 02 96 B K Beard C Co supplies fur nished to Rosa Hibbs 36 00 A A Richardson supplies fur nished to Thomas Simmons 60 00 M L Harl supplies furnished to Paupers 54 00 Dr J C Sutton poorhouse physician for six months 53 00 Joe Teaff supplies furnished to poorhouse 38 53 Joe reaff supplies furnished to paupers outside of poorhouse 30 25 Joe Teaff supplies furnished to jail by order of Shelluian 250 Lewis Jarbue trustee for John Dennis 15 lO- T A Gray supplies furnished to Sam Hook 48 00 T A Gray supplies furnished to Elizabeth Ammons eo 21 00 J C Nolte suprlies furnished to Mrs Ben Duncan 42 00 Alf Taylor supplies furnished- to Martha Clark 30 00 Allte fate supplies furuished to John R Elder 3000 E F Lyons supplies furnished to Clay Robertson col 20 05 E T Guthrie medicine furnished- to pauper 38 30 C D Payne supplies furnished to paupers 29 50- H Mever supplies furnished to paupers two claims 14 56 IV C Moorman supplies and coffin furnished to John R Bar ker 24 00 William Beard 50 cedar posts 7 SOD S Richardson supplies furnish ed Henry Kroush 21 00 J R Quiggins caring for Geo Young and burial 18 00 Scott Cunningham furnishing and burying paupers 17 27 enick Bros supplies furnished to James Thomas 15 00 Rhodes Storms Co supplies furnished to Sam Davis 24 00 JI T Hoben supplies furnished to paupers 12 85 supplies furnished to Amanda Blankinehip 38 21 JI1 T Hoben supplies furnished to to jail by order ot Shellman 2 85 F Fraize supplies furuished to William Cole 12 50 I O Beatty supplies furnished to Amos Johnson 10 75 lire Eliza Hendricks trustee for Nelson Cole 36 00- Dr D S Sphire medicine furnish ed to paupers 7 95 J C und William Clark coffin fur to Tom Cain 6 00 Roscoe Eskridge stove furnished topoorhouse 1 6 00 P Shrerau Bros S Co 15 00- Gr B Cunningham coffin furnished to pauper 4 00 Dr S J Hall medicine furnished to pauper i 2 60 G T Marshall coffin for pauper 0 00 l flm R Elder salary aa poor q house keeper from Oct 1 to Nov 4lU08 82 SO Mrs John R Elder sewing for paupers 24 E F Alexander furnishing assistance to paupers t 10 Os A M Hutdin supplies furnished- to Minnie Speaks 48 Ordered that court adjourn until tomorrow morning at nine oclock At n Piscnl Court continued and held in and for Breckiurldjje county at the Courthouse in Hardinsburg Kentuck nn Friday April 9 1900 Present Hon H DeH Moorma presiding Judge of the Breckinridj County Court and the following named justices of the peace towit John O Reilly T M Bates H G Vessells and J T McCamish being nil the justices of the pence in commission save two It is ordered by the court that lhe abutments of the North Fork bridge tin moss Rough creek be raised to a heigbt sufficient to put the bridge above high water mark And the approaches to said bridge shall be rebuilt or repaired in such mannor as the Bridge Commissioners discretion may dictate- It is ordered by the court that the Bridge commissioner of Breckinridj county examine carefully and certain the condition of Dents bridge with re qard to safety at an early date employing in this instance and nil others iin which he Shall deem it necessary thp services of a competent bridge expert If the said bridge can be repaired with safety he will have the same repaired iin such manner as his discretion dictate But if it be determined that said bride cannot be safely repaired he Is hereby authorized and directed by competitive bids after advertising to purchase and have erected at said place such a bridge as he deems proper making a written contract covering speclficationsfor such bridgeIt ordered by the court that the Re sstta bridge be examined by the bridg commissioner and that he take such action in regard thereto as he deems pro perIt is ordered by the court that the budge commissioner forthwith let by competitive bids after due advertisenien a contract for the rebuilding of the wing wall now down at the Tar Fork bridge He will make written contract in this and other cases advising with tho count ty attorney as to legal questions cover ing the specifications and all other proper matters and he will exercise specin care in the matter owing to existing con ditionsIt to the court that an or der was duly entered at the Octobe term IgOS appointing commissioners to ascertain the condition of the Clover port bridge and make further sug es tious concerning same and the said commissioners having made report on the 20th of February 1900 at a special tern of this court called for tho purposo of considering the same And the said court at the said special term having nt the suggestion of the city of Cloverport given the commissioners the option of using steel stringers in the repair of the said bridge when timber was alread I available to use wooden stringers thus occasioning the delay responsible for the present condition of the bridge and the bridge commissioner of Breckinridgie county after such consideration having directed the timber already contractec for forthwith delivered and the necess ary repairs made and it appearing that the work is not progressing to the satis Faction of this court the Bridge commissioner is directed to urge the im mediate completion of the repairs to the brdge and he will put it in safe condition for public travel This court de sires it specifically understood that whc should pay for the repairs to this bridge has at no time nor in any degree en tered into a consideration of this matter and has not been responsible for the de lay It desires the repairs made but waives no legal rights to recover any part of the expense of such repairs for which the city may be responsible un lertholaw It is ordered by the court that the Bridge commissioner examine the bridge across Rough River at Falls of Rough md take such action in regard thereto is he may deem best It is ordered by the court that the bridge commissioner of Breckenridge county communicate with the bridge commissioner of Grayson county with regard to the condition of McGeas lord bridge across Rough river with a view to making the necessary repairs on said Bridge which is said to be in a most langerous condition After conference vith the Grayson county commissioner the said commissioner from Breckin idge county is authorized empowered md directed for and on behalf of 3reckenridge county to receive compoti tive bids in conjunction with the Gray son county commissioner for the mak lug of such repairs as is determined ipon by said commissioners They will advertise for bids and the work shall be lone under a written contract covering ipecifications c in detail tt is ordered by the court that the Slendeane wooden bridge which is reported rotten and unsafe be torn down and sold or sold standing by the Bridge commissioner And he will erects a new bridge if in his discretion one is neces nry for public convenience but this court doubts its necessity It is ordered by tho court that the fridge commissioner examine the cult J WE HAVE USED PERUNA IN OUR FAMILY FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS jhI 71D75R + n 70va 1WW nwJCaura swdvooaarv t9wOOa7RAC xou Y iihRY11RJ00EldCfi i nrnnnnwnti nv nnnrrnwnnniv Robust and Strong Splendid Appetite Mrs E West 137 Main St Mouasha Wis writes IIVO have used Poruna in our family for a number of years and when I say that it is a flue medicino for catarrh and colds I know what I am talking aboutI have taken it every Spring and Full for four years and I find that It keeps me robust strong with splendid appetite and free front any illness HA few years ago it cured mo of catarrh of tho stomach which tho doctors i had pronounced incurable j HI am very much pleased with Poruna Dowels and Stomach Miss Mary Joncw 7918 Reynolds Ave Chicago 111 writes a III can recommend Poruna as od mcdicino for chronic catarr f the bowels and stomach I hav un troub led sovoroly with it for ov lreo years I consulted two of ChWfgos best doc tors but none scoinedjfo make any improvements whatoJf Ono yonr ag ogan to take Pcriuia the wonderfr1 oulo for women and I noticed a wonderful improvement at once Per a a inWoI succession and I al oalcwaysI have it on hand to take some now and t n when my cough1 is bad Words cannot express iny pralso for ton Mills brlrlggand make such repairs as Isnecessei u The Bridge commissioner of Breckin ridge county is directed to carefully ex amine the following iron or steel bridges which are reported to need painting and other attention and he will make such repairs as necessity demands viz Og lesbys McGavocks PIsgah Pates Monastery Goshen Rock Lick Fisher Lick Run Yellow Bank Stephensport aud Peter Cave and he will as soon as they water runs down carefully examine the abutments of all bridges to ascertain the result upon them of the highV water if any The Bridge commissioner will examine the wooden bridges on the rivet road from Cloverport to Stephensport which were under water from the river and make such repairs thereon as necessity demandsRefunding J R R Debt A committee having heretofore been appointed to ascertain the possibility and investigate the practicability of re funding the outstanding bonded indebt edness of the Railroad tax district of Bieckenridgo county and owing to the financial depression proceeding the Presidential election and the unsettled financial condition generally the said committee having made no report and it being the opinion of this court that the rate of interest paid on said bonds can be materially reduced by refunding the said bonds and it further being the sense of this court that the paid outstanding bonds are not being retired fast enough to be consistent with proper business method and it being the de sire of the codrt to conform to the will of the people of said district to fully dis cuss and finally settle this question it is now ordered that the county judge and John P Haswell Jr be and they are hereby appointed as a committee to communicate with possible purchasers of said bonds and they are authorized to do any and all things they may deem expedient to collect the most informa tion possible concerning the possibility and practicability of refunding said bonds and they will make a compre hensive written report to a called term of this co irt which shall convene in the courthouse Hardlniburg Kentucky on the afternoou of the second Monday in May 1909 or as such other date as the committee may recommend if it be seen that the date is too early for the purpose of hearing such report and dis cnssingthe situation with the following committee hereto appointed viz Joe L Mattingly Wm Ahl John Alexander- G W Beard Mike Miller W R Moorman D N Howard HO Matt 1 your Ptonicl I weighed only ninety pounds before taking Pernna now one hundred nineteen pounds Any ono who has chronic catarrh should try Poruua It will help any ono Catarrh of Internal Organs Mrs B H Jackson II F D C New man Qa writes I havo had catarrh of tho internal organs for more than a year I tried other medicines without any benefit- I was persuaded to give Peruna a trial and the first bottle proved a god send and after taking ten bottles Ihave received a permanent cure Her mother Mrs John Housworth says I fcolas though I ought to praise Poruna abovo every and any medicine in the world for what it has done for my tingly Frank Deane and Huston I Critchelpe And all interested tax payers of the said district are urged to be present at said meeting and contribute their support to this effort to finally settle a long agitated question that is iu the mind oL this court im portantIt ky the court that the fol lowing sums be and they are hereby allowed and appropriated to the persons below named respectively for the services mentionedIF Hook delivering ballots to six precincts Nov election 1908 0 50 H A Oelze house for city local option election 1008 200 11 L Stader house for city local option election IgOS 2 00 Dyer house for city local option election 1008 200 E F Egart house for county local option and November election 1008 4 00 Town of Stephensport house for county local option and Nov elections 1008 4 00 lArs J J Severs house for county local option and Nov elections 1008 400 Dr T J Hendrick house for county local option and Nov elections 1008 4 00 T J Atkinson house for county local option and Nov elections 1008 4 00 City Hall G W Beard house for county local option and Nov elections 1908 4 00 T J Hook house for local option and November elections 1003 4 00 Gus Brown house for local op tion and November elections 1908 400 Mrs K A Shell an house for local option and November elections 1908 4 00 H A Olze house for local op tion and November elections 1908 400 To be Continued Hardwood Floors The homes of Fred Fralze and Frank Payne on the corners of High and Third streets in the East End are having many new interior improvements Hardwood floors are being placedIn both homes CHII r n Cry FO HE- RSCAarrORf A u i J daughter She scorns to be completely cured A Medicine for Women Mrs E T GaddiB Marion N dM writesBefore I commenced to take Fcruna B I could npt do any hard work without suffering great pain WI took 1crtina nnd Manalln and can say with pleasure that It has donomor i for me than any other medicine I have a over taken Now I am us well as over I do all my own work and JIt never hurt me at all I I think Peruna Is a great medicine 1 for womankind A Household Remedy Mrs J II Walker C12 Chestnut Kansas City Mo member United Pros bytorlan Church writes I have been married eight years and have two children and have never in my life found any one medicine as val uable as a household remedy as Peruna My husband took It seven years ago for a cold and catarrhal trouble I use It every year as a topic and give it to the children when they take cold or havo any of the ailments which children arc addicted to I found that It Is the only medicine that wo need and do not hesitate to rec ommend it as a splendid household remedy Could Neither Eat Nor Sleep Mrs N P Lawlor 423 4 N Broad way Pittsburgh Kas writesuPeru na is a sovereign remedy for catarrh Last spring I caught a soyoro cold which developed into a serious case of catarrh I felt weak and sick and 6t could neither cat nor sleep well A member of our club who had boem cured of catarrh through tho use of Pe runa advised mo to try it and I did so at once In three days 1 felt much better land within a week I was well I continued r taking the ontiro bottle and within two weeks I was infine health Now Well and Hearty Mrs Caroline Daft Route 1 Bryaa Ohio writes- I can testify to tho merits of Poruna iI have taken considerable of it and one bottle of Manalin and they both are 4J most excellent remedies IfI J 1 III am as well and hearty as I over WM f fiin my life and give the credit entirely tojyour medicines jf Ii Now Has Good Appetite J Mrs Sellna Tanner Athens Ohio r writes 1 cannot find words to express my thanks for your kind advice I neverjj once thought I had catarrh of the stomach 1 commenced taking Poruna as you t directed My stomach continued to hurt me for about two weeks after I began the medicine and then it stopped- I now have a good appetite while l before I was nearly starved STEPHENSPORT fif A 6111RevMrs F R Roberts went to Kings 1 wood Mrs Meadow last week to visit her daughterff Mrs G W Payne was in Iiouisvillej last week buying a new supply of mil linery goods t Mrs Mary Dunn the nurse from Cloverport was called here last week to the bedside of Miss Laura Morgan who has been in a very critical con dltlon i Mrs Bate Washington of Irvington was the guest of Mrs R S Skillmanr one day last week rp Miss Mary Basham was in Louistu a few days last week Mrs Nancy Dowell has been rent i again but is some better at this writi Mrs Clayton Crosson of Madio- vine Is the guest of Mrs P D Hayfl kins this week JJU Drs Nevitt and Sphires took M r Laura Morgan to the St Joseph firmary Friday where she wnsopii i on She is doing nicely and witj i home soon j There is quite an epidemic of wtI ing cough though not of a very seri type J Mrs M L Roberts and Miss PA d Moorman returned home from 1 Friday d Mrs R S Skillman still remain t about the same i i Mrs Hensley of Hardinsburg j j1 1r9i returned to the bedside of hersif r Mrs R S SkiUmanJi rI s Barney Frymire Is not well agai f fQuick climate changes try constitutions and cause anion i rI evils nasal catarrh a troutand offensive disease Sneezirsnuffling coughing andUi trrw breathing and the drip drip foul dlscharge into the throe tare ended b flys Cream Bali TrKfl honest rajmdy contains coVAl1 4 mere 1 nor otherharmfult t de The worst cases ylely t t tment in a short time AUrnt sts 50c or mailed by Ely BroL1t Warren Street New York I 4 Another Air Henderspnt JI HcnderionaBeverley gratulatlefns upon the arrivr1 t another boy in their home v t i i r- i a l