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Y THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSt ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT1 VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 17 1905 8 Pages NO 44 I j J h 1 1- t I y POSTPONED TO A DATE IN FUTURE Requisite Amount Not Pledged For Dedication of Hardinsbur ChurchLarge Congregation Hardinsburg Ky May 16 l Special When Bishop HO Morn eon arose in the pulpit of the new M lly E church South Sunday morning to preach tne dediuatorj aormon he saw one of the largest and most representative congregations ever assembled in the county on a similar occasion Notwithstanding the mole ment weather toe church was filled to overflowing and hundreds were unable to obtain entrance The sermon was a scholarly effort C and was one of the best ever delivered by this famous pulpit orator During toe course of his remarks he took occasion to state that the dedication of tne old church which the present edifice takes the place of occurod sixty one years ago and that only six persons survive who witnessed the consecra I tion of that building At the conclusion of the sermon about 20I was pledged to pay the indebtedness on the church a beauti ful structure and which was erected at a cost of about 111 000 This amount lacked about 1000 ot the sum necessary and it was annonnced that if this could be raised the bishop would dedicate the church t The music was under the direction of Mrs Blanche Read who presided at the organ Mrs L T Reid of Clover port was the soloist and bountifully Tendered Charity by Rossini The hospitable people of the town took care of the crowd nicely and none wanted for any attention The official hoard of the church met in the afternoon to cosmder the ques tion ol raising the remaining indebt edness and decided that under all the circumstances they would bet t assuming too great a burden at this time to pledge the money now so th i dedication was postponed to a future date Prof H K Taylor of Louisville made an excellent address on the tem perance issue in Kentucky at th evening service He said the supreme question was the passage through the legislature of the unit bill This was the first time the people here had had an apportnnity of hearing him and J he made a fine impression He is Secretary of the AntiSaloon League J of KentucKY Catarrh and Hay Fever Liquid Cream Balm is becoming quite as popular in nany localities a Elys Cream Balm solid It is prepared for use in atomizer and is highly prized by those who have been accus tomed to callupon pnysioians for such a treatment Many physicians arec using and proscribing it All the medicinal properties of the celebrated Cream Balm are contained in thAII Liquid form which is 75 ots includ lug a spraying tube All druggists or by mail Ely Brothers 50 Wae- St New York Buy Out Jonas Lyons Irvington Ky May 16Spe- olal Lyons Dempster have bought out the restaurant occupied by Jonas Lyons and have taken posses sion They expect to remodel the house in the near future Jonas Lyons has moved to his farmI naar Basin Springs Ayer M s This falling of your hair Stop it or you will soon be bald Give your hair some Ayers Hair Vigor The fall ing will stop the hair will HairVigor grow and the scalp will be clean and healthy Why be satisfied with poor hair when you can make it rich II Mr hlrnebrlyli came ontoI then tried Aver Hair Vigor end only one bottle topped Jus thetsal little curbTMeg In L real M thick SMITH and Saratoga NY 11109 All drusrsrlatlfor a bottle Lo IIi Thick Hair CIRCUIT COURT IS STILL IN SESSION May Not Adjourn Before Friday or SaturdayNine Indictments I Returned Some Cases Settled J I May16Specialadjourn before next Friday or SatInrday The grand jury were finally discharged on Saturday They returned only nine IndIctmentsIIn the absence of the commonwealths attorney J R Layman wno was detained at his home in Eliza bethtown on account of illness in his family the court appointed Judge J Graham of Leitchfield to act in his stead The jury in the prosecution against Ernest Dowell charged with petit larceny returned a verdict of not guilty In the prosecution against Burt Hambleton charged with housebreak lug and stealing therefrom the defendant entered a plea of guilty and the jury tined his punishment at two years in the penitentiary at hard la borLawrence Poston of Louisville was examined by Judge Weed S Chelf A R Kincheloe and Jno P Haswell Jr touching his knowledge of the law and his capacity to prac ice the same He passed a good examination receiving a general average of ninetyfive per cent and was granted license to practice law Joseph M Lucas was granted a di vorce from Ethel Lucas In the cause of Wm R Shaw vs Solomon Shellman for breach of contract the jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of 25 The case of Jno D Shaw vs the L H St L Ry Co for damages was dismissed without prejudice by the plaintiff after the court lied sus tained a demurrer to the petition He suiteThe case of the Continental Insurance Co vs A M Pnlliam was submitted for judgment Tne following persons are serving CePile Tom Davis Wm Adkisson Ben Tanl John Beeler Minor Compton G A Foote Charles Miller Zach Ganaway JW QUI gins N P Bell Mike Miller Ben Butler James P Garner Tom W Stiff Cliff Matting ly lJ C Moorman Frank May Joseph Mullen Leon Cashman J H Miller M G Payne Henry Har din The prosecution of tho common chargeadl with cutting another in sudden heat and passion resulted in a verdict of not guilty and the defendant wasI discharged The prosecution against Arthur Smith charged with detaining a wo man against her will was tiled Tues day and the jury returned a verdict of not gUIlty In the prosecution against Frank stealingnthe jury were unable to agree andI were discharged and ball fixed at JOt which the defendant gave ana he was released from custody The case of B F Beard Co vs Arthur Goodman was continued after trial had been entered into on account of the sudden illness of M D Beard one of the plaintiffs Among the visiting attorneys at this term of the court are D WFairloigh Louisville V G Babbage Clover port R A Miller Otho Anderson and Jas R Skillman Owensboro John Graham and James Wortham Leltohfield John Hardin Branden burg Benjamin F Lynch Dead Benjamin F Lynch a wellknown farmer died Saturday at the ago of fiftytwo of heart failure at hi home at Jatesville Ho is survived by a wite and the following children Mrs Fletcher Pauley Mrs Ben Carter and Mrs Mary Dunn of this city and Wm Flora and Ivory Lynch of Patesville The funeral was hel Sunday at Patesville- Wool Pool Big Success Dr P W Foote under date of May 15 writes to the News from Irvington as follows Eleven and a half thousand pounds of wool weighed up by our farize today and nearly 100 satisfied suet mershls poolwas a big success fa 800 paid out iu town today for woolf of our neighborhood CLARK CASES ARE SETTLED Judge Evans Decides in Favor of First Attaching Creditors Judge Walter Evans in Federal Court at Louisville Saturday over riruledMoorman of Glendeane Wilson Co of Forasville and E F Lyons Co of McQuady to tae answer ot the First State Bank of Irvintgon B F Beard Co of Hardinsburg and others in the cases against CM Clarke Co the poultry swindler i of which alleged company at Irving last December are still remember ed by the public Judge Evans also sustained the answar tiled by the First btate Bank B F Beard Co Pete Sherran Bros Co and Joseph Teaff of Hardinsbnrg The attorneys for these parties say that this is a decided victory for them This ruling of Judge Evans means that the claims ot W C Moorman and others who instituted bankruptcy proceedings against C M Clarke Co are thrown out of federal court and that the first attaching creditors who filed their exits in circuit court will be paid the amounts due them out of money which was realized by a sale of the stuff Clarke lett behind him at Irvington Dick Brown Captured Owensboro Ky May 14 Deputy United States Marshal Nichols arrived in the city tonight with Dies Brown an alleged moonshiner of Breoknnridge and Hardin counties He was captured after a chase of three days He will be arraigned tomor row morning Brown was captured near Mook this county He had been wanted for five or six years and his capture is considered an important one Th story of his capture was a thrilling one but we have not space tor it Brown was arraigned before Com missioner Lindsey Tuesday and plead guilty to moonshining The Persons of The Play The cast of characters in ISw Lavender the comedy which will be presented next Friday for thet benefit of the public school library is as follows Horace Bream a young AmericanII Lafe Behen Geoffrey Wcdderburn of WedderII burn Green Hoskett Bankers Barnchester Lawrence Murray Clement Hale his adopted eon studying tor the barJ3 YounI gerRichard Phenyla BarrfsterProfI J P King Dr Delaney a fashionable physl loianGoo Younger Mr Bnlgerhairdresser and wig makerW B Uelze Mr Maw a sollcitor1ra Behen Minnie Gilfillian Niece of Mr Wedderburn Miss Ray Heyser Ruth Rolt Housekeeper and laun dress at No3 Brain Court Tenple Airs J S Younger Lavenderher daughterMiss Eva Plank Mr Giltilliana widowWedder ourns sister Minnies motherMiss Katherin0 Moorman Conference Meets Next Week Tno Sundayschool Epworth League and district conferences Owensboro district Louisville conference will be held at the Methodist church next week The conferences will begin o Monday evening with the opening sermon by Rev T J Randolph at 8 oclock and will continue until the closing sermon which will be preach ed at 8 oclock Friday evening There will be preaching morning afternoon and evening on Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Friday at the hours ol 11 a m 330 and 8 p m with the exception of Friday when the afternoon sermon will be preached a 8 oclock Tuesday will be devoted principally to the Sundayschool cons ference Wednesday the Epwort- League and missionary conferences Thursday the district conferences and Friday to reports of committees etc The program in full has already been published in the Ne- wslIt IB expected that a large number I ot ministers and delegates will be iin attendance and ample provision is now being made for their entertaIn- ment I Supper at Stephensport There will be a strawberry and ice croein feetival at Sohopps Halls Stephensport Saturday evening May 20 Everybody invited Fred Fraize was in Louisville last Wednesday APPROPRIATE RESOLUTIONS Adopted by County Medical Society On Death Of Dr Wm miner Hardinsburg Ky j May 16Spe oralAt a meeting of the Brecken dge County Medical Society held at Hardlnsbnrg on Thursday May 11 t he following resolutions relative to the death of Dr Wm Milner were adoot edWhereas the Breckenridge County Medical Society has received the sad Intelligence of the death ot Dr Wm Milner ono of its members with pro found sorrow and wishing to express our appreciation to his distinguished services of the profession and of tats character as a man do adopt the tol lowing resolutions 1 That in ns death the medical profession generally has sustained a serious loss the county one of Its most honored and useful citizens and his family a kind and affectionate husband and lather 2 That we deeply sympathize with the bereaved in their sufferings and sorrow trusting that the remain brance of his noble character and beneficent life may afford them some consolation in their greet 3 That these resolutions be spread upon the records of tnis societya ccpy forwarded by the secretary to the family and that the Breckenridge Democrat and the Breckenridge News be requested to publish thorn in full Dr A M Kincheloe Dr J C Tucker Dr John E Kincbeloe Keep the Balance Up It has been truthfully said that any disturbance of the even balance of health causes serious trouble Nobody cante too careful to seep this balance up When people begin to use appe leasteimprudence brings on sickness weak ness or debility The system needs a tcnic craves it and should not be denied it and the best tonic of which we have any Knowledge is Hoods Sarsaparilla What this medicine has done in keeping healthy people heal balancte of hoalthgivea it the some distinction as a preventive that it enjoys as cure Its early use has illustrate- the wisdom of the old saying that a stitch In time saves nine Take Hoods for appetite strength and endurance John Hook Passes Away Hardinsburg Ky May 16Spa- coalJohn Hook died yesterday at his residence on First street of a complication of diseases The funeralI services will be held today the Rev G L King officiating and the Interment being in the city cemetery He leaves four children and a widow to mourn his loss Mr Hook was a federal soldier and as suchjhad a good record for courage und bravery He had always lived iin thIs county until about six years ago wheu he moved to Louisville whore he lived until last fall when he re turned to this place He was a faithful member of the Baptist church and lived a good useful life Mrs Alice Withers Dead Mrs Alice Withers wife of the late William Kane Withers died last week at Kirk Mrs Withers was ill at the time of her husbands death which occurred Apll 24 She is survived by two eonsJas Dh Yitherao- n Kirk and Thomas H Withers of Hardinsburg Both husband and wife were highly respected and excellent citizens Switchboard at Lodiburg Webster Ky May 16Special The various telephone lines of the section have agreed to put in a four teenline switchboard at Lodlbnrg tThe date the comedy Sweet Laven der will oe presented by local f o oholilibrary has been set for Friday May 10 A stage has been erected in the hall in the Masonic Temple occupied by the Cloverport Young Mens Asso ciation where the play will be presented The indications now are that the play will be well attended Mrs Webb Taylor of Toblnsport was operated on at Deaconess HospI- tal Louisville last Wednesday for liver trouble Mrs Taylor was accompanied to Louisville by her husband and Dr F L Lightfoot Mrs Taylor is doing as well as could be expected MH Joseph Harpole came down from Louisville Monday to visit her parents Dr and Mrs Jr Moorman u ROYAL Baking Powder Saves Health The use of Royal Baking derthe essential to the healthfulnessowof family foodYeast ferments the food Alum baking powders are injurious Royal Baking Powder saves health ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Death of Miss Mary Keith Be wleyvi lie correspondent Miss Mary Keith was born June 18 1883 and died May 5 1005 having lived here nearly twentytwo years to She had been ill of a lingering disease but bore it all with Christian patience She have her heart to God and joined the church in early girl hood and had been a constant attend ant of religious services all her life Especially in the Sundayschool was she a ready and willi ng worker She was one of the sweetest lovlleat girls that ever lived in tils community gentle and affectionate in disposition and nad many friends No one who ever knew her can doubt for a mo ment that she has entered into the everlasting kingdom and is at rest The funeral services were conducted by the pastor Rev W A Hynes in the Methodist church and then she was lid to rest among friends who had gone before It is sad to have her go but the dear Lord knows best and has taken her to himself The griefstricken parents and brothers may be comforted by the fact that I sharedthem this unspeaKable sorrow I Resolutions of Respect The following resolutions of respect were adopted by the Bewleyville Sundayschool in honor of Miss Marr KeithOur hearts are sad today because our dear friend Miss Mary Koithcan not be with us on earth again Mary was of a noble Christian character ever faithful to whatever duty was assigned her having served in our Sunday school both as secre tary and treasurer and often tuning the place of some absent teacher We miss her voice from the choir curl her sweet sunny presence in her home hut we know that she is with Him who saidI Blessed are the pure in heart tor they shall see God Resolved That the Sunday dchocl 1class meeting and church have lost an earnest an1 ever willing worker We feel that her place can never be tilled tut Gods will should be our will and we submit praying for the faith That will not murmur nor complain Beneath the chastising rod But in the hour ot grief or pain Will lean upon its God 2 That we strive to be as true to herefso that we may one day meet in the Heavenly Home 3 That we offer on the altar of love our deepest sympathy to the bereaved family and the absent brother who so far away could not be with her We pray that this bereavement may not HeaveniysFathers gracious presence does no soothe 4 That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family one to each o spreadfBevie Cain Mary Payne Ina McCoy Sixty Delegates at Conference Hardinsburg Ky May 16l3pe- oial The district conference of the- M E church South was in sessio here last week three days beginning Thursday It was presided over by Bishop H C Morrison Abont sixty delegates attended the session NOTICE All persons owing the estate of J E Bnckby are requested to call and settle with meAll persons having claims against the estate present the same properly proved Olive Bnckby Admx Made Them Feel Welcome Though rain interfered and pre vented the Henderson Routes first week And excursion from West Point Owensboro last Saturday from oe ing as well patronized as was expect ed those who attended were pleasantly entertained by a committee from the Business Mens Association of Owensboro who met them at Maceo and made them feel welcome to the city It is the hope of the association that these weekend excursions will be made permanent Mack Wise Found Mack Wise the OwensboroLouia ville trainman who is well known on the Branch of the Henderson Route and who mysteriously disappeared on April 29 leaving his wife formerly a Miss Davidsonof Fordsville and several children has been located at Cumberland Md where he has been with Ringling Bros circus It is said he will return home this week Bishop Woodcock to Preach Here Bishop Charles IS Woodcoctf Erie copal Bishop of Kentucky win preach in the Methodist Church Friday morn ing at 11 oclock He will be assisted by Archdeacon M M Benton All are most cordially invited Mat Lancaster of Owensboro was here Friday HANDS CRACKED AND PEELED Suffered for One Year Water Caused Agony Heat Intense Pain Grew Worse Under Doctors Could Not Do Any Housework S ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURE BY CUTICURA About a year ago yhands began to crack and peel I tried many remedies but they grew worse all the time At last they be came so sore that impossiblefor myhousework I put my hands in water I was in agony for hours and if I tried to I cook over the stove the heat caused intense pain I consulted a weretutterly gave up tried another but without the least satisfaction About six weeks ago I purchasedfCuticura Soap and Ointment After using them for a week I found to my great delight that my hands were beginning to feel much better the deep cracks began to heal up and atop running and today my hands are entirely well the one cake of Cuticura Soap and one box of Cuticura Ointment being all that I used signed Mrs Minnie Drew 18 Dana St RoxburyMass ONE NIGHT TREATMENT For Sore Hands and Feet with Cuticura Soak the hands or feet on retiring in a strong hot creamy lather of Cuticura Soap Dry and anoint freely with CuticuraOintment the greats kin cure Wear on the hands during the night old loose gloves or bandage the feet lightly in old soft cotton or linen Cutlcur Sotp Olnrmtnt and PUll art told throughout he world PoHir Drug k Chtm Corp Sole rVip Bottoa mr s5 for Uow to Cur itching Seal uuraon 1 Q- e t- l I i o J r j A J 1i w 1 If 1 I I I The Breckenridge News u WEDNESDAY May 17 1005 Fuquas Invitation Frankfort Ky May 12 Stato Superintendent Fuqun has written the leading educators of the State inviting them to partici pate in a conference ho has ar ranged to be held hero on May 24 next The purpose of the meeting is to discuss school work it the common schools of the State and to form an organization or educational association for the betterment of the work Some of the matters to be dis cussed are the securing of a nine months school term the better training of teachers industrial1 training in the schools an increas ed number of grades and high schools the addition of libraries to schools and the organization o citizens educational associations in every count and town of the State Terrific Race With Death Death was fast approcn ng writes Kalph F Fernandez of Tampa Fla describing his fearful race with death as a result of liver trouble and heart disease whinh nad robbed me ot sine and of all interest in life I had trie many different doctors and serer medicines but got no benefit until I began to use Electric Bitters So wonderful was their effect that in threo days i felt line a new mean and today I am cured of all my troubles Guaranteed at Short Haynes dra store price 50c Obituary At the age of seventysix years Will iam K Withers after an illness of four months departed this life at his home near Kirk on Monday April 24 1005 He was laid to rest in the old family burying ground the following day 1 in the presence ofa large crowd of hi neighbors friends and relatives who thus testified their love and respect The Rev Dan Shacklett conducted th funeral services at the home of the deceased preaching a touching and ap propriate sermon Mr Withers was born near Klizabetblown November 19 1S2S He was married Sept 11 185 to Mrs Alice E Roberts who still I survives To this marriage seven child ren were born but only two are now living James M and Thomas II the former living at Kirk and the other residing at Hardinsburp In his early manhood Mr Withers became a mem ber of the Baptist church and held his membership at Corinth the Baptistt church at McQimdy when he died He was one of the best farmers and busi ness men of the countyHe owned a flue farm consisting of several hundred I acres lying near Kirk which he oper ated successfully upou business princi pIes and accumulating thereby more than a competency- In public affairs Mr Withers always took great interest and yet in assuming his positions he was never offensive toI those who aw differently A kindly deference for the feelings of others was characteristic of the man In his death the county suffers a great loss and the life he lived may well serve as an example to the younger generation Juo P Haswell Jr TO CURE A COLD IN ONt DAY Take LAXATIVE mtOMO OIT1XINK Tab lets All drugiciKts refund tin nionuy It It falls to cure E W Grovos signature Is on box 36c Monument to Eli Murray Logan C Murray of Louisville was in Washingtn last week to direct the erection of a monument over the grave of his brother Gen Eli Murray a native of Cloverport who commande- the l Third Kentucky Cavalry in the civil war and became a Brigadier Gen oral before he was twentythree years old The monument is of Scotch granite Mud contains this simple but eloquent inscription A faithful young soldier of his country Died 1896 READ TillS Brownsville Tenn May 81 1001 Dr E W Hall Dear Slr1 have usod your Great Discovery for kidney antI bladder troubles and nave been very greatly benefited by it and I can fully recommend it to any one suffer ing In the same manner Respectfully piles Rives Postmaster A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleot the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney sad bladder troubles removes gravel eaten diabetes seminal emissions went and lame hacks rheu matism and all irregularities of the Kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by yourI druggist it will be sent by mail onI receipt of fl One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 030 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists V tt Cerebro=spinal Meningitis ififif Y rI mU1 z Corobrospinal meningitis an inflammation of the membranes of time brain and spinalcord It iis an acute infectious disease off miorobic origin There is an inn llammatory exudate of serum pre sent Certain atmospheric conditions favor the growth and transmission of these microbes while any un hygienic and unsanitary and do pressing influence opens the sys tern to their invasion The pro longed absence of sunshine in creases the activity and virulence of the poison The young are most suscepti- f ble An attack way bo so mildi and recovery so speedy that tho true nature of tho disease is nott recognized Again the onset may be sudden and rapidly fatal Th force of the disease depends upon the patients physical insistence and the degree of virulence of the poison physicianAIc cases often die because tho disease is not recognized and properly treated having been called some thing else and treated accordingly spottedgll fever from the fact that a skin eruption sometimes makes its appearance This eruption may be diffused or confined to a limited area and consists of bruised like spots or of small red purplishi spots like flea bites or of littlei itchy vesicles which increase ands spread and cluster togethertormi nating in furfuraceous scales The first symptom may bee a convulsion or vomiting or both may be present Dizziness se sego headache puins in the hack of the neck extreme sensitiveness to touch light and noise delirium and constipation are common symp toms The head is thrown back ward and the knees are drawn up against a sunken abdomen and cannot be extended There iisi rapid emaciation The tempera turo varies from 101 to 106 do grees Fahrenheit and the pulse does not eorl e pond In some IGold in Hancock Maybe Hancock Clarion Considerable talk has resulted I from the passage of an Indian through the neighborhood few I miles back of Lewisport a short I I 11tlmo1 1 to Mr Ed Fisher several bright nuggets of gold and told him they wore found on his farm probably by a sycamore tree near the creek Mr Fisher was one of the 49 rs in California and thinks he knows goldwhen he sees it lie believes these specimens to have been the real article but hesitates as to where they lame from Of course the Indian wanted money for his knowledge but your Uncle Edwin has suffered and toiled much in tile accumulation and retention of his nibdbleth not There is a tradition however that all of the Indians of earlier days passing through that section contend that marks on the trees left hy their ancesters show plainly that gold is on the farm A Good Suggestion MrC B WainwrIght of Lemon City FIR has written the manufacturers that much better results are obtained from the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera ana Diarrhoea Uemedy in cases of pains in the stomach colic and cholera morbus by taking it in water as hot as can be drank That when taken in this way tho effect is double in rapidity It seems to get at the right spot Iinstantly II For sale by Short Hnynes Bryan Praises Presidents View Kansas City May 12 William J Bryan was the guest of honor and principal speaker at a dinner given by the Knife and Fork Club of this city at the Midland Hotel tonight In an interview Mr Bryan said that lie admired the position of President Roosevelt and Secretary Taft upon the question of rebate- S cases tho tcmpatuio is subnormal Pneumonia and pluerisyparalysis eye ear and throat troubles may appear as complications Sequelae arc common MANAGEMENTThe patient must bo placed in a well ventilated room to himself away from all noise and excitement Tho light must bo excluded There must be absolute quiet Tho attendants should be cautious not to touch tho bed or the patient unnccess arily TREATMENT Elimination of the poison from tho system by natural means is the main re quirement To accomplish this an active skin is of the utmost im portancc This is accomplished by means of the hot bath Theo water should bo heated to 104 or 105 degrees Tho patient should remain in tho bath from ten to twenty minutes if it is grateful then be taken out and wrapped ins warm blankets and allowed to sweat This accomplished the patient may be dried soothingly and placed between sheets This operation should be repentedas necessary to relieve the restless ness and pale and to reduce tho temperature Drinking water may be allowed freely It aids nature in time elimination of the poison The bowels should bo kept care fully and thoroughly unloaded with salt water and fountain syr inge Teaspoon ofsnIt to the pint of water In severe cases the hair should be shingled and cold water in a bladder or ice cup applied to the head No morphine opium coal tar drugs calomel quinine bromides chloral stimu hints and antilaxine should bo ad ministered They confuse and de feat tho vital processes and increase the death rate Nourish mentis very essential The juice ofcanned fruits iis the best given in small quantities and at short in tcrvals say every two hours Beef juice mado from the fresh beef given in alternation with the fruit juices is good practice All liquidform legislation When asked if he thought tho President would calla special session of Congress and urge upon that body the necessity legislationIlfr self In regard to the recent Iroqouis banquet in Chicago at which Pres ident Roosevelt was the guest of honor Mr Bryan said I was gratified at the recent expression of the goodwill of the Democrats in Chicago toward the President and I am glad that the Democrats of the nation are sup porting President Roosevelt in his position on the railroad rebate questionThe Westerners like Mr Roosevelt I am glad to see the Democrats greeting him out here It shows a regard and respect that I am sure must be pleasing to our President Send in your Subscription now Tobinsport Again in the Field Communicated The Tobinsport base ball team played their first game of ball this season at Cannelton last Sunday where they defeated the Ponies of that place with a score of two to one Judging from this and that the other team had played several games before our neighbors from across the water are going to be properly in the game this season for the Ponies it will be remembered handled all tho local teams last year The Tobinsport boys sriy that they particularly enjoyed the isitsI of Kentucky teams whichcalled on them last season and that theI same ones or others can arrange for a game at Tobinsport with ex penses paid by writing to S S England Manager Subscribe for the NEWS Bryan on Base Ball The base hall season is on once more and the lovers of tho game are packing the bleachers and grandstand and cheering their favorites to victory Baseball has a greater hold on the American people than any other athletic game It is a game of skill told science it furnishes exercise for participant and spectator it takes those who play and those who watch out of the daily grindof business and gives them fresh air and fresh blood and fresh impulse The growing boy who does not love to piny ball should be looked after carefully The grown man who does not love to watch a good game betrays time fact that ho missedsomething in his early training One reason why base ball has so long retained its place in the hearts of the people is that it has been kept practically free from the taint of gambling It is a clean sport and as long as it remains such it will retain its place at the head of the American games ofathleticsCommoner Saved By Dynamite Sometimes a flaming city is saved by dynamiting a space that the lire cant cross Sometimes a cough hangs on so long you feel as if notn ing but dynamite would cure it Z T Gray of Calhoun Ga writes My wile had a very aggravated cough which kept her awake nights Two physicians could not help her HO she took Dr Kings hew Discov ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which cased her cough gave her sleep and finally cured her Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis and La Grippe At Short Haynes drug store price SOc and ft 00 guar anteed Trial bottle free Two Routes at Fordsville Routes 1 and 2 rural free delivery will be established on June 15 by the postoffice department at Fordsville The population served is 773 the num ber of houses being 172 A Long Walk Is often followed by Sore Tired Aching Burning Feet Paracamph re lieves Sore Feet quicker than any other known reroedvlt draws out the fey r and inflammation It cools it soothes it cures FR 0 PLEA FOR SPIRITUALISM IrePnator Tell of ltd In Demo HtratlitK Soap Immortality That there Is nothing In tho phenome na of spiritualism Inconsistent with the doctrines of the church but that on the contrary through It may come the scientific demonstration of the Immor tality of the soul is tho declaration of the Ilcv Dr Otho F Bartholow pastor of the Janes Methodist Episcopal church of Brooklyn says the New York Herald While Dr Bartholow declared recent 1ly that he believed In the phenomena of spiritualism and that It was n sub ject worthy of Investigation on the part of every thinking man he believed that few if any of the alleged mediums were genuine To my mind there Is nothing In spir itualism that Is In any way Inconsist ent with the doctrines of the church Dr Bartholow said It Is true that many persons rldlculo it but there has been nothing new In the physical or spiritual world that was not scoffed at In the beginning The learned pro- Cessors of his day were as confident that Columbus would sail Into a sea of boiling fire when ho started on his west ward trip as the learned professors of today are that thero is nothing In the phenomena of spiritualism- It may be that through spiritualism will come the scientific demonstration of the Immortality of tho soul And why should not this bo scientifically demonstrated There is not a thinking man today who does not believe In mind reading or telepathy and phrenol ogy and yet In tho beginning of the study of these subjects they were ridi culed In every way as much as spir itualism Is today In affirming my belief In spiritual ism I make no brief for the so called mediums for they will as they have do more to prevent a scientific study of tho subject than any other thing That to these mediums are given a monop oly of the communication between the spirits that have gone before seems to me to be as wicked as It Is Impossible How much more natural It would be for a spirit to communicate with a per son with whom a feeling of love and sympntbyexlstedlIfI should become as settled a principle as telepathy It would wipe away every argument of the atheist It will do no harm to give the study of spiritualism the deepest thought and It Is worthy tho best In vestigation on the part of scientists as well as the theologians These people who prey on the bereaved who In their hour of grief are looking everywhere for solace should bo suppressed but that 00 per cent of tho mediums aro frauds Is no argument that as a phe nomena spiritualism Is not worthy tho best thought of the age To All Of Our Subscribers n n Town rr Date 100 for a yeurs to News begins Name Old or rrrrq q In Memoriam Died at his home near Sample Ky May 1 1905 Furrow age forty eightyears He died of consump lion after an illness of two years in which time he suffered intense pain Wm Minor Furrow was born Dec ember 25 1856 in Breckenridge county His parents died when was a small boy At nineteen years of age he was married to Miss Mary E Basham To this union were born nine children five of which are living Joseph Katie Denuie Bessie and Essie He leaves two brothers and two sisters John of near Cloverport James Furrow and Mrs Sarah Taul of Matt ingly and Mrs Frances Ball of Mc Quady who with his wife and child ren mourn the loss of a loving brother a kind husband and affectionate father He was a member of the Methodist church at Sample at which place the funeral services were held by Rev Robertson The were laid to rest in the Sample cemetery As a Christian a citizen a husband a father und as a man Furrow was all that was possible one to be All who knew him loved him There is a place vacant m their home which never can be filled Good Advice Is totell your neighbors to use Para camph for Cold in the Head or Chest It relievesColds and Sore Throat quicker than any other known remedy because it opens the pores in duces perspiration and removes con gestion It drives away tnat stopped up feeling and draws out all fever and inflammation Try it It wont take a minute and It will relieve you in less time A Soldier Boy at Home W F Chappell who has been in the standing army for three years went toJUnion Star his old home last week after a visit to friends and relatives in Owensboro He was accompanied to Union Star by his niece Miss Sallie + A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES ProtrudingPilesOINTMENT falls to cure any case no matter ot long standing In 6 to JI days First application gives ease and rest 50c It your druggist hasnt It send 50c In stamps and It will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Medicine Co St Louis Mo Old House Razed to Ground A log cabin on a lot in the rear of Chas B Skillmans residence which was occupied by slaves before the civil war and was one of the oldest houses in tows has been razed to the ground FREE TShe Third Power Mr Everitts great book that is revolutionizing agriculture and bringing farmers to the front where from the importance of their business they should bo Farmers will practice what this book teaches if they will only read it BECAUSE it is to THEIR INTEREST to do so and against their interest to not to do so Therefore read this new and wonderful book learn the amazing revelations that can be secured only from it Farmers have been kept in ignorance of their own power and how to use it too long al ready but now they can come into the broad bright light of a perpetual day ahead of them They have been the helpless tools that worked for the enrichment of others over since tho present system of pricing crops or boards of trade was in vogue Now they can throw every parasite off their backs fore- verFarmers Will Come To The Fronta- nd they will lift up every legitimate business with them The Third Power book and that peerless publication UPTODATE FARMING teaches how Wo want you to learn so this community and our country will enjoy tho great est degree of and permanent prosperity the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS needs no introduction It has always stood for the elevation of tho masses equal opportuni- tIes equal rewards measured by merits and for fair treatment of tho masses by the classes Wo are glad to offer to our old subscribers and now ones that we hopo to secure the truly great works mentioned above Wo have examined them and cannot conceive of any thing that will be more beneficial to this community than a wide dissemination of The Third Power and a reading of UPTODATE FARMING Old subscribers who aro in arrears can get the advantage of this offer by paying all arrearages up to date State The Breckenride News 100 ThirdPowerIncloso subscription Tho Breckenrldgo Subscription now Subscriber Address Agents name Wm Minor he Furrow remains Mr for Catarrh Chappell how Three for thetprice of one The News 100 The Third Power 100 UptoDate Farming 3 mo IIS 215 All for 100 + G H q u 0 k c 1 1 f i l t I II I I II I I j f If I j I I j Ij et j t I jI 1II t Ik Ii k i I II I Ir I I I I i I j I i r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY May 17 1005 TO RAZE OLD TENEMENT I Last Trace Of OneTime Big LocalI Industry to be Removed Within six months or a year the last vestige of an industry that was thought at one time wouldl make Cloverport famous will le removed The old brick tenement house and the brick blacksmith shop just east of the Henderson Rout shops which wore in use when the manufacturing of coal oil fromI hereir the material that is in them by J A Barry agent of the Brecken ridge Coal Co Limited and n trace will then remain ofan in dustry which was practically kill ed by the discovery of petroleuml und to develop which several thou sand dollars were expended 0 J Wesley Steele one o Cloverports oldest citiens gave a representative of the News some interesting facts concerning thisI industryduring an interview Mr Steele was an employe of the companies which operated the cannel coalmines at Bennettsville now Victoria and the coal oil works Which were located near the old tenement house which was in habited by the employes Ther were formerly severalI tenementi houses as well as the buildingsi which composed the oil works but these have been long since re movedA b the mines at Ben nettsvillo was built about 1855 an the cannel coal brought hero was shipped by steamboat to New Orleans and thence to England where oil was manufactured from it A few years later a Now Yorkcompany built the oil works hero and utilized the raw material selling the finished product at six ty cents per gallonrlhe works were burned just before the civil war They were rebuilt but werei burned again during tho war thei oil in the retorts becoming too hot andstarting the fire After this they were not rebuilt and the in dustry was no more Mr Steelesays it is very pro bable that very little money wa i made by the company that operat ed the oil works The railroad alone cost 5400000 says Mr Steele I Strictly Genuine Most of the patent medicine testi monials are probably genuine The fol lowing notice recently appeared in the Atchison Kan Globe Joo Tack a well known engineer running o the Missouri Pacific between Wichit- and Kiowa lately appeared in a bi one with a picture and when h was in this office today we asked him about it He says ho had terriUo pains in his stomach and thought be had a cancer His druggist recommended Kodol and he says it cured him recommended it to others who were also cured Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures all stomach troubles Just as surely an the sun shines your stomach can be brought back to its originally pure condition and life sweetened by this lasting and truly tho greatest digestant known Sold by all Dreg gists The June Smart Set cOn the Newport Road is the attractive title of the novelette which opens the June Smart Set Sewell Ford is the author and ho has written as sprightly a piece of fiction as has recently appeared Tho story tells of Mrs Billy Eedkirks social ambitions her desire that her daughter Barbara may make a brilliant marriage the sudden loss of the Redkirk millions and their ultimate recov cry The tale is comedy from first to lastbright clean clever comedyand reader can afford to miss it One of the greatest blessings a mod est man can wish for is a good reliable set of bowels If you are not the happy possessor of such an outfit you can greatly improve the efficiency of those yon nave by judicious use of Cham berlains Stomach und Liver Tablets They are pleasant to take and agree able in eRect For sale by Short bl Haynes WILL STUDY FARMING Vacation Schema of Chicago Professors and Families EXPERT INSTRUOTORS IN CHARGE FJvc Hundred Acres of Land IIonRlit and There 1nrenln and Children Will Work at Plowing HnrvcNtliiur Milking and Doing Chore From Jane Until Autumn Betterment of Health an Important Object A summer school at which the children may learn the most advanced methods of raising poultry cattle and pigs and of cultivating the soil while spending their vacation In the open air pracI summer by William 11111 professor of political economy at the Uulverrlty of Chicago several fac ulty members of that institution and their families says the Chicago Trib one theospring quarter about Juno 20 those who are engaged In the experiment will leave Chicago and go to a farm near Wheeling 111 where they will spend the summer delving In the soil tending to the cattle and performing all the chores that ordinarily fall to tamf lies combining the pleasures of exer clso with practical experience The work at real farming will be begun in berry time and will continue through the haying and harvesting sea son until the Cops are all safely stowed away In the barn Then the urban agriculturists will return to the city browned by exposures to the summer 11lun A The experiment primarily is intended for the benefit of the children It Is a project that long has been discussed In the elementary school of the unlver familyehowever will try the experiment as a private enterprise Mrs Hill and her daughter Cecil also will be with the partyThe objects of the school as outlined by Mrs Hill are five The cultl vatic n of fields by the best known methods with modern machinery the raising f thedthe best breeds of chickens and mar ket gardening Although there will be some real farmers around the premises to attend to a part of the heavier work the In struction In all these branches will have to be given by competent teach ers who will have charge of the chil dren and elders who make up the classes Plans have been made for the faint lies who will take part In the novel experiment Five hundred acres have been purchased near Wheeling thirtytwo miles frofa Chicago on which three houses have been erected two of which have twelve rooms each It Is the idea of Professor 11111 to se cure If possible from ten to fifteen young people of other families rang ing In age from twelve to eighteen years to take courses in the new school besan arduous one No drones will be al lowed on tho University farm The morning will be spent in some kind of manual labor hoeing potatoes milk ing tho cows raking hay or tending to the live stock In the hotter hours of the afternoon the students will devote themselves to the reading of historical or similar educational lit erature The evening will be given lover to games music and a review of the work of the day The members of ofnasathegobjectseAccording present plans party will consist of thirteen but in order to avoid the danger of having an ill omen hanging over his new pro ject Professor Hill Is endeavoring to get other families to Join in the move ment Progeny of One Pound of Potatoes Campbell Russell the big cattleman from Hereford Mo recently finished planting twentyfive acres of potatoes and says 1 they do as well as his small garden patch has done In recent years he will have potatoes for tho en tire Creek ration next year says the Kansas City Journal Mr Russell says Ten years ago I received through the United States mall ono pound of seed potatoes and havent bought a potato since Year by year I planted one acre in potatoes for my home use and the following spring would have wagon loads of them for sale Last year I planted my reguln tlon acre and gathered in 3SO bushel of potatoes After using them all win ter I sold what remained at a net profit of 200 So you see a ono acre farm la not so bad and especially when I rali ed twenty crops In ten years Vlrldescent Dream of Spring Here Is an Ideally green clad young man for the season according to the predictions of tho British tailors says the St James Gazette Olive green Trilby bat Lincoln green flannel suit like Robin Hoods archers with sea green stripes emerald green tie pea green striped flannel shirt with collar to match and sage green socks rellev ed with pale green spots The boots would be left to the taste of the wear er but a green whangee cane would be effective Babies and nevlrallnti A baby at Rhos in Wales has been christened Revivalist Hughes says tho London Mall Almost every boy baby born during the last four months in tho Rhondda valley in Wales has received tho name of Evan Roberta PRAISE FOR OUR MORALSI Higher In America Than In Eu rope Says James Bryce DEOLARES BUSINESS IS KING English Illntorlan Finds the Unite I States Lend In Condition of tlr People AbHenco of Pauperism He marknble He Says Universities hank With EnropeM licit Growth of Aenthetlo Sentiment Noted The Right Hon James Bryce thet English historian and who a quarter of a century ago vlsltl America and produced as a result of his study of America and her Instltu tions that remarkable work The American Commonwealth again visit ed America a short time ago and now In a recent Issue of the Outlook h sums up the changes which have taken place since his visit In 18S3 Wha- will appeal to most readers mos strongly is what Mr Brycc tins to say on American morals The general moral standard of the United States he writes still appears to me as it did twenty years ago to be on the whole higher than that of western Europe Even In the wealthiest class where luxury weak ens the sense of duty and lays men and women most open to temptation there are apparently fewer scandals than the same class shows elsewhere Nor is the morality of any country to be measured by the number of divorces Its condition may be really worse If people cynically abstain from obtaining divorces where there are grounds for obtaining them That which most strikes the visitor to America today he writes Is its prodigious material development Industrial growth swift thirty or forty years ago advances more swiftly now Tho rural districts are being studde- with villages the villages are growin- into cities the cities are stretching ou long arms of suburbs which follow the lines of road and railway in every di rectionThe increase of wealth even more remarkable than the Increase of pop ulation Impresses a European more deeply now than ever before becaus- tlte contrast with Europe Is greater In America every class seems rich 1 comparison with the corresponding class In the old world The huge tot tunes the fortunes of those whose in come reaches or exceeds 1000000 a year are of course far more numerous than In any other country But the absence of pauperism 1is still more remarkable In 1870 I care fully examined the poor law system o two great eastern cities and found that although there were very tow supportat public expense the number was expected to grow steadily and quickly as the cities grew Today I am told that in these cities pauperism thoug- of course absolutely larger Increases more slowly than population Business Is king Mr Bryce observes a little further along And be continuesWith this extraordinary material development It IIs natural that In th United States business that Is to say industry commerce and finance should have moro and more come to overshadow and dwarf all other inter ests all other occupations Eve European who visited tho country since tho beginning of the last century seems to have been struck by this fact It Is more striking now than it was thirtyfive years ago But the contrast with Europe Is not greater now than It was then Rather is it less for In this respect England and Germany have been following in Americas footsteps Mr Bryce also makes this observa tion with regard to the trend of the population uf the country They are ceasing to be a folk of country dwellers It Is not only that the greater cities extend themselves with amazing speed and that many of the mineral areas aro becoming so covered with villages as to differ little from cities there Is a general disposi tion to migrate from rural districts to centers of population where a brisker life and more amusements can be en joyed The change is all the more remarkable because agriculture continues to be prosperous Mr Bryce also notes a decided Im provement in our educational facilities There has been within these last thlrtyfive years he writes a devel opment of the higher education in the United States perhaps without a paral leI In the world Roughly speaking for it is impossible to peak with ex actness America has now not less than fifteen or perhaps even twenty scats of learning fit to be ranked beside the universities of Germany France and England as respects the completeness of the instruction which they provide and tho thoroughness at which they aimThe improvement in the rango and quality of university teaching Is a change scarcely more remarkable than the increased afilux of students and whereas in England the vast majority of students go to prepare themselves for soma profession law Journalism medicine engineering or the ministry of the Established church there is In America a considerable proportion In one institution I heard It reckoned at a third or more who intend to choose a business career such as manufac tures or banking or commerce or rail roadingAmong tho minor changes which the traveler notes he must not forget the growth of what may be called aesthetic sentiment Tho desire to have beauty around one to adorn the house within ind without the grounds if not new las developed apace since 1870 A DANGEROUS LIQUID Hydrofluoric told IN Mont Safely Kept In Golden Mottles A gold bottle stood on the chemists table In that bottle he said nay hydrollurolc acid is kept Hydrofluoric TheBFEon glass done with it It is colorless It looks yourdtheeother side like a bullet Its Inhalation is sure death- Hydrofluoric acid can be kept safe ly in gold bottles alone Sometimes bottles of India rubber of lead or of platinum are used None of these though Is liS safe as gold golddit It is volatile and hence a paruliiu covered plate must be clamped tight over the bottles mouth also the tem pet ature of the room must not rise over CO degrees or the gold bottle will burst glasseetching Is probably the most danger withtandtthe diver do not take their lives in their hands to half the extent the glass etch er does when with his gold vial of hydrofluoric acid he etches the scales of our thermometers Philadelphia Bulletin ABSURD CLOTHES Caustic Comment on the Style of At tire Affected by Sinn I like to feel clean wrote George Bernard Shaw the English dramatist in the London World of Dress and my great Idea of clothes is that they should be clean and comfortable as far as such a thing Is possible in London This of course excludes starch I couldnt wear a thing which after hay- Ing been made clean and sweet is then filled with nasty whlto mud Ironed into a hard paste and made altogether disgusting To put such a garment on perdithorriblegThe shrug tubes on the wrist headtthe shiny white front to the shirt the shiny black boot the rain pipe trouser leg the Japanned zinc sleeve that Is your fasfilonubly dressed man looking like a cold bluckleaded stove with as theeaverage mutts life Is that nature rev cylindricalnIdeal nod when the marks of his knees and elbows begin to appear in his cylI inders he is tilled with shame niMrncll UM a Dandy A contemporary of Disraeli In his memoirs records this Impression of that famous dandys personal appearance velvetfcoat lined with satin purple trousers with a gold braid down the outside lacetruffles falling down to the tips of his lingers white gloves with brilliant rings outside them and long black shoalh tiers When he rose in the house he wore a bottle green frock coat with n whlto waistcoat collarless and a copi ous supply of gold chains Caution Necessary closereShe moved a little farther away Why are you so cold and distant this evening Miss Pluke he askedI I am not at all cold Mr Spoonn comrypelled to be distant My vaccination is taking Chicago Tribune t HenryWattersons Letters from Europe Will Be A Leading Feature of Th- eCourierJourllal During 1905 THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER 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of the county looks like it may be almost a total failure Its unfavorable condition has been noticedonly in the past week or so and there seems to be no special cause for it- TIIF first time in thirty years I have failed to dedicate a church when called to do so said Bishop Morrison at Hardinsburg last Sun day Everybody in the county we are sure will be sorry of this failure Such a beautiful church it seems to us should be the pride of every good citizen whether he be a Methodist Baptist Catholic in the church or out of it Who would live in a town without I churches 1 Its not only a duty of every good citizen but it should be I his privilege and pride to contribute his mite to so good a cause The Beard family came up with their part nobly and should be honored for it The building committee should not be discouraged but renew their efforts and keep on pulling They have made no mistake It is none too good a church for Hardinsburg Nothing is too good for that people Its the best investment they ever made and will bring larger returns in the end The thing to do now iss for every man woman and child in the community to put their hands a little deeper down in their pockets and pay for it HCQUADY Miss Montre Percell spent last week at Harned the guest of friendsThe Equity tobacco house here has received about 40000 pounds of tobacco Uncle Bill Ball who has been confined to the house for some time is able to be out n min Dr and Mrs J A Sa ml bach attended Mrs Will thIsfulllHI at Kirk last Wtduedav Mr and airs Marion Jackson of Tarfork visited Mr and Mrs Nat Ball Saturday and Sunday- Mr and Mrs Brickey of rat tingly were the guests of Mr and Mrs Will Brickey of this place Sunday Messrs John and Dennie Askins and a party from Tarforkspent last week fishing near the Falls of Rough 3 Mr and Mrs Frank Lyons Miss 4 Jennie Ball Toe Pate and Lon One of 1100 Suits J 4atia iiOneJ lot of 1275 Suitscg0It REMEDY CATARRH IB sure to GIVE Satisfaction Elys Cream Balm Relief at Once IIcleanses soothes and heals the ells d memlmt Itea sc uc IFRdrivesIn the Head quickly It Is absorbed Heals and Protects the Membrane Ilestores the atdruELY HROTHEUS M Warren iY Pate attended the dedication at Hardinsburg Lon Jarboe and Pat Sheeran were here last week to purchase a proper site for a large store they contemplate building soon Dr Isaac Lynch has been operatedupon by Drs Kincheloe Dempster Sandbach and Tom Lynchand is thought to be im proving at this tim- eHARDINSBURG Miss Nancy Smith of Fords ville is visiting Miss Sallie Beard AUAAUAAAAAAAA1AAAAAAA 33Your Watch E 5 RepairedII v E 5 CandC i= I j If we dont do as we say we will jwe will return your money = We have firstclass and guar anteed goods In watches = i clocks chains charms rings r silverware etc at frspectac1es MMPrices You Cannot Duplicate 3 ElsewhereCE C We live here and everybody = knows us If our word Is not Rood dont believe what we I say Our big sales and Im tImense amount of repairs speak what people believe E SONii T O LEWIS E YOUR JEWELERS C HARDINSBURQ KENTUCKY t fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYY lot Boys Suits with long 260 up lot Suits from cents up up Boys Mens Fur Hats from cents up fW I HARNESS HARNESS LEATHER I I at Check Lines Hand Stitched 175Patent lOc I Bridles Collars Collar Pads Back BandsLace leather any quantity ALL KINDS OF Our Cash on Groceries for the Balance of This Week SATISFACTION FLOUR A GOOD FAMILY ARTICLE AT 60 CENTS PER SACK AND THE SUPPLY LIMITED BREAKFAST BACON PER LB 13C BEST LARD PER LB IOC ARMOURS COMPOUND LARD 8C COUNTRY CURTD HAMS A VERY CHOICE 13C FRESH GINGER SNAPS 3 LBS 25C CHOICE OF ANY OTHER FRESH CAKES PER LB 15C 8 BARS WASH SOAP 25C IF THIS NOT EN TIRELY SATISFACTORY RETURN ONE BOX DR PRICES CELERY FOOD 2 CANS SUGAR CORN 15C ONE JAR APPLE BUTTER IOC WE CAN FURNISH YOU FRESH VEGETABLES FOR THE METHODIST BRETHREN WHO WILL ASSEMBLE HERE NEXT WEEK DONT BE SELFISH IN OPENING YOUR HEARTS AND HOMES TO THESE DISCIPLES OF THE MOST HI- GHBabbage Son Cloverport rJ SunIdnyrelativesMiss Nell Moorman of Glen deane is the guest of Mr and Mrs Joel II Pile The colored will have an old fiddlers contest at the opera house on Saturday night Mr and Mrs Amid Oelze of Cloverport have been visiting Mr and Mrs Charles M Heston Mr and Mrs Wm Hobson of Campbellsville are visiting the Rev and Mrs Gabe L King Misses Sallie and Mary Richard son of Union Star arc the guests of Mr and Mrs Percy M Beard Born May 9 to the wife of S A Pate of West Point formerly of Hardinsburg a boy the third Clarence Pumphrey and daught er of Howes Valley were the guests of Mr and Mrs C E Has well last week Evan who has been studying dentistry at the Louisville Dental College has completedone term and is home a visit Cure Gold Day Take Laxative BrOmO QUInine Tablets boxes in past 12 This Hamestrings Whips REPAIRING Prices Miss Lucile of Cincinnati 0 is visiting Nancy Kincheloe The Rev W F Hogard of Greensburg former pastor of the E church South at this place here last to attend the district conference and the i Mrs Nannie Wathen Miss Marshall and H H Kemper of Irvington came down Sunday to attend the dedication and were the guests of Mr and Mrs Morris H Beard rJ To a in One Seven Million months Signature Cunningham week c3 i Cures Crip In Two Days on every box 25c NNSNeaeeeaNVNNNSNeNr4Na seNNSa s N N ParNNNNNseNNNseewewl NNoN s Schopps Great Closing Out Sale Y i IS THE TALK OF THE COUNTRY I- No It i other event the history business in Stephensport Has caused so much commotion in the buying public Thousands dollars worth goods have been sold and there are yet thousands more to sell This great sale is going now and will continue to go until every article in our FOUR STORES is disposed The price not a question with We must close out the stock regardless price i HERE ARE SOME BARGAINS IN MENS SUITSIt lot at Street 30at90atOne of pants from One Childrens 90 upOneand 10 in IS QUALITY SOAP IS IT 50 folks Royalty for sold Miss M was dedication coeNOeeNNes in of of of on on of Is us of of One lot of 860 Suits at 560 One lot of 550 Suits at 2 90 500 Mens Straw Hats some of them worth 200 You can have your choice for 25c A beautiful line of Ladies Dress Goods lower than ever offered beforeCalicoes 4 12 cents Hoosier Cotton 4 34 cents I No Goods will be charged in this Sale Cash or Produce only will be takenff As with the rush we have had no matter how large a stock we have must grow less every day at the way we slaughter goods we advise I those in need of any article not to wait or delay as we will not reorder any more goods WI JnsportIKentucky H NeNNMN rrI PT NNN NIONNN11N1N N i io1 L ut1iL t dcJIcct i O r J I 1 ii- I ffli I I I I J If IJ r r 4 4V r f I tr tt- 1l t- A F Ij- Ii th 1 r I t i i 1 r r t tY pt I Iit J pti ptI i j I IL i rTI ti J it g 0 rt- f if b 1- k Jk I H r Pif il f t1tO if 1 1 f rCr f t CJ I t 1j L 1 I 1y hf i I t- rr 1- Jr HEALTHI INSURANCEThe his life laI wise for his family The man who Insures his health is wise both for his family andI himselfYou Insure health by guard i Ing It It Is worth guarding fr At the first attack of disease j which generally approaches through the LIVER and mans tests itself In innumerable ways TAKE huts Pills And save your health lThe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY May 17 1005 See Popham Bras line of shoes Linseed oil OoS H McCracken White lead 0 to OcS H Mc CrackenGolden Crown flour 73 cents Pop ham Bros Peach Drip or Santee Syrup 80o per gallonPophamswill Dundee was hereI part of last week Dr R LNewsom was in Harding burg last Wednesday Ropf paints from 40 to 80 cents per galS H McUraoken Mrs David Hale was visiting rela tives at Chambers last weeK Grade carbolic acid for sale by Short Haynes for 80 cents per gal Miss Marian Bowmer was visiting in Louisville part of last week See SH McOracken before pur chasing your paint Telephone 413 Mrs Geo Jordan and Mrs A H Murray were in Louisville Monday Popham Bros are paying f100 per Ib for yellow root 000 for ginseng- S H McCracken will sell best quality mixed paint for 120 per gal Ion Mrs JD Babbage entertained the Ladies Reading Club Thursday after noonMrs George Travor of Lima O is the guest ot her daughter Mrs J U HarrisD returned Wednesday to Louisville after a stay here of several weeks Floor paint 120 per gel all shades guaranteed to be the bestS fl McCraokon Chas Hinsaalo of Dallas Texas was the guest of his aunt Mrs A R Fisher Sunday Take your spring chickens to Pop ham Bros if ypu want the highest price for them Popham Bros buy roots of all kinds They pay a good price too See them It will pay you Purify your premises and prevent sickness with crude carbolic acid For sale by Short Haynes Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Skill man went to Louisville last Wednes day for a visit of several days Mrs J F Lightfoot returned Thursday to Hawesville after a visit to her son Dr F L Lighttoot Marshal Ortila DeHaven and Judge JH Wills were in Hardinsburg last Wednesday attending circuit court Robt Polk has returned from a visit to his cousins A T and A C Drinkwater in Mississippi county MoJesse Marlow of Pajtesville was here last Wednesday en route to Waverly Tenn to visit his brother Chas Marlow BONE FOOD Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growing child must eat the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and so on through the list ScottsEmulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children Littledoses everyday give the stiffness and shape that healthy bones should have straighterloose firmness comes to the soft headsWrong food caused the trouble Rightfoodwill cure it In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be theI right food for soft bones in childhoodSend for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 400415 Pearl Street New York Soc and fiool alt druggists Mrs UeoW Short and Mrs Eugene Haynes and daughter Miss Ruth Haynes were in Louisville last Wed nesdayMrs Annie Whelan and daughter inlaw Mrs Wm Whelan of Cannel relativesMrs Fannie Lisnen returned Satur day from LaHarpe III where she went to attend the funeral of her sis terinlaw Mrs Louis Lisben LOCAL BRIEFS Born May 10 to Mr and Mrs Chas Bohler a son Norman Whitehead of Alameda Cal who was here recently visiting his brother Ed Whitehead has bought the Stewart Finch farm at Tobinsport and be and Mrs White head are now residing there Mr and Mrs Philip McGory have moved to Washington Ind where Mr McGary has a position with a flour mill Mr McGary was formerly with the Star Roller Mills Dr Mary L Burnham who has been in China for several years gave an interesting lecture at the Presbyter ian church Saturday afternoon on the missionary worK in that field to a very fair audience composed mostly of ladies John Corley was fined 350 by Judge Wills Friday afternoon for using abusive language James Sanders is able to be out after in illness of several weeks of typhoid fever W R McGavock of Birmingham Ala who has been visiting his uncle John McGavock of near town left Saturday for his home Mr McGavock is in the furniture business at Birm ingham He was accompanied by his cousin U S McGavocR who will be in his employ A strawberry and ice cream supper will be given at Oelzes Hall this evening tor the benefit of the Pres byterlan ohurch One D Colby sold about 15 worth of electrical padsfor rheumatism and other allmentson the street Saturday morning The stuff ho sold afterward was believed to be fake goods Colby went from here to Hawesville He paid a license to sell his goods Miss Urace Plank will represent the Womaus Missionary Society of tne M E church South at the State meeting at Bowling Green in June WEBSTER Quarterly Conference met here TuesdayDon has returned from school at Russelville- II L Kurtz and H C Stewart have had their houses repainted this spring The head quarters of the section crew was removed from here to Lodiburg last week Mrs L C Simmons and Misses Alma Orendorf and Urel Jordan went to Owensboro last Saturday Miss Ethell Beard one of our brightest and most lovable girls daughter of H F Beard died at her home near here May 8 She had been ill several months CARNIVAL AT OWENSBORO j J May 222324252627ExcursIons j Every Day Auspices Wood J J men of The World j The Woodmen of the World j committee are in receipt of the cooperation of the leading firms of Owensboro to participate in j the big industrial parade on Mon j day May 22 J Every detail will be carefully J looked after especially from a J spectacular viewpoint as the ob J ject of the committee is to make J the event as elaborate as possi J bleA J novel part of the parade will J be the huge lion McKinley seated in an automobile Ho is a very docile brute and is always under perfect control The principal attractions of the great Mundy carnival are about twenty in number and embrace everything ever devised for arousing and sustaining the laughter and jollity of the visitor and at the same time giving him in structive enjoyment Every at j traQtiqn itt the carnival is of the 7 J 7 DR R P KEENE I m Representing TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR m 1 IIDENTISTS r OF OWENSBORO f 1 1Will be In Dr Llghtfoots olllce one 4 1week out of each tomonthlprepared1 on all wlsbln 4 1 1 1 will be Here May 29 and June 4 Irj HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homesoekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to and the Northwest March 1 toCaliCorniaI and Sept 15 to Oct HI 1900 Confederate Veterans Reunion Louisville Ky June 1416 1905 For this occasion rate of 220 for the round trip Cloverport to Louisville and return will be made on June 12 to 15 inclusive also for morning trains ot June 10 good returning to leave Louis ville June 10 Spring Rates Louisville Ky May 1905 For the above occasionrate of fii 93 Cloverport to Louisville and return will be made on May 9 and 10 good returning Mav 29 Also tickets will be sold on May 10 to 27 inclusive with final return limit three days after date of sale State Meeting Q A R Louisville Ky May 2324 For this occasion rate of 245 will be made on May 21 22 and 23 Clover port to Louisville and return good returning May 25 highest quality and is the best that money and energy can secure Practically every attrac tion from the Pike at the St Louis exposition was offered to the management but only two were accepted A few were taken from Dreamland at Coney Island but a great majority of the features are absolutely new and originaland will be presented for the first time when tho gates of the carnival are thrown openOne of the most spectacular and feats be of in his ride looping the loop This will be one of the free acts this year the sensatipn be of Bigmeg from the t i 2 == i= li Wants rl1 Inserted under this head at one cent u word per week m u FOIt SALE FOR SALB A Rood work horse and milch J It Barr Frymlro Ky FOR KOOM COK RENTOne 1irRo store room In Ia rsonlc Temple fine locution For files und IJIlrtlCUlars apply to l4ml Compton lIardlns FOR SALEPLANTS FUR SALE Tomato plants Mrs R B Cloverport Ky FOR SALEFARM- COR l SALE Farm ono mile from Union Star acres good dwelling and barn also have some stock to sell A most desirable place Write J C SUIT Union Star Ky or Allen Kings bury Clovcrport Ky FOR SALETUITION FOR SALE Tuition Certificate In Bryant LouisvilleForenrluge News Cloverport ICy FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE 51U 3rd Street Louisville Ky BORR OWor more fore yeart lit 3 per rent pay hack monthly Attend C 50D flf start In business own a home etc Address Worlds De sire Bureau Chllllfothe Missouri DREAM BOOK There Is a cause for every thing In nature Your dream has a certain meaning and may have an Important bearing on events that are transpire In your life FIT the best 10II book puhllsfied enclose 25c and mall name and address to Bllckhahns Mall Order Dept 3223 State street Chicago 111 Fun RENTCOTTAGE MaryjTLOSTEVE GLASSES glassesFinder apex ofIt ninetyfoot ladder into a tank containing five feet of water In making the decent he makes one complete somersault making a very thrilling exhibi tion The next on the sensational list of daredevil acts is that of looping the gap Last year a few halfheartedattempts were made under this title but is easily acknowledged the peer by making one of the most sensational and leaps ever attempted before namely fiftysix feet while the best record last year was only twentyfour feet The next deserving the attention is that of the great Zoo with its one lain I 0 0 00 +400 0 s N N 0 OOON 0 000 N004 4 FIRST SUNDAY EXCURSION 35 A 1 TOA t Owensboro 1 A iiAttt HendersonA A A 4- of ttA r I 1125i ii iE itToI t t t 1 t 1110- To 1 4 1= Owensboro i oProan Cloverport 3 I A i iFor Round Trip At VIA THE- HENDERSONAI ROUTE = A s I Sunday May 2L 11- O 3 lr a t itSPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES S 41CLOVERPORTRETURNING LEAVES HENDERSON 600 P M OWENSBORO 655 P M 1 it Tickets going and returning on special r I E train only I I EForfull information as the agent 3r NO 4 ONNO NNN NN daring will that Diavolo deathdefying next will that Charles Advertisements KENTSTORE wellyand fencing CERTIFICATE college Chefaile Chefaile broadest most Mnudv OOOON00 II The good diving rMEET ME AT NO- LTESNOW THAT THE SEASON HAS ARRIVED WE WISH TO TELL YOU THAT WE HAVE RE CEIVED A COMPLETE LINE OF WHITE SHOES FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN In these shoes you will find the latest shapes the prices that make the goods sell and the kind of a fit you are looking for J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky ml LAt- M pastryflou- rCADICKS GOLDDST FLOUR Cdick Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTeTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT iBE SURE TO SEE PINEROS GREATiPLAY 3 5 Sweet Lavender IIBenefit School Library 5 I FRIDAY EVENING MAY 19 l 1 1AT I 11THE YOUNG MENS CLUB ROOM 1 PRICES 50c 35c and 25c ATsRESERVED SEATS SALE THURSDAY SHORT HAYNES cars rYrrYrrrrr rarreNNNatN dred lions tigers hyenas pumas elephants and camels Eachand every one is an animal actor and a magnificent collection was never gotten together The Roman hippodrome has many novel features including two Francellias said be strongest people in world Zoras Europes greatest bats three Millmans on high slack wire Muncie Zouaves and Nora Arab troupe and Flame an exact re production of Luna Park New York Baby Incubators the same that were U5C1at the St Louis exposition Ferris Wheel Dreamland a reproduction of Dreamland N Y likewise India the same place Cave of Winds The House that Jack Built Shoot ing Chutes Sunshine Here after Brown London andlast least the great Mundy band twentyfour pieces Insure perlative It costs no more than other brands Its use will become a habit once you have tested its merits Cadicks Gold Dust Flour is good for every purpose for which is needed Once always fi 3 g I f s 3 of i 3 I n- ft 1 T LON MORNING r rar r rr N iNS more the to the the acro the the the Fire from the tho Miss from but not of flour used used i = art ifrrW C DUTSCHKE it i Livery and Feed I j Stable L STEPIIE SPORT KENTUCKY Buggies spring wagons and horses always ready for the lf traveling public i 11- I Y1 rjj SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO i+ 1 Vr DRUMERSdl Latham Sanitarium Established 1898 VINE GROVE HARDIN COUNTY KY Chronic Diseases Treated Successfully CHARGES MODERATE Rational Harmless and Satisfying Methods of Treatment Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic MnlionbottlesEnclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver Pills I i T wY- s Jr rJ r r J s 5 ra e f It I te1r k flf 1e Vq 1ft pf 1c i tlsr nt ttk Intitt N de i- cc WIfr M haof ofCa Cais isat atat atee 1 I kI 1tia t- R ft- fE E I fI f I 4Y y M1 I f f A The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY May 17 1005 Population Moving East A Washington dispatchsays Experts of the census bureau believe the center of population of the United States which has traveled westward steadily since the foundation of the republic has turned and is now heading east ward They base their opinion on tho increase in population in the eastern cities especially in New York and a steady trend to growth in the southeastern Atlantic seaboard The only fact which they find to combat this theory is the rapid growth of population in the state of Washington It is expected that censuses to be taken in a dozen states during May and June will throw light on tho present location of the center I of population which the census of 1900 placed six miles southeast of Columbus Jnd The tendency toward reversal of the direction of the center of pop ulation was noted in the decade between 1S90 and 1900 It then moved westward only a little over fourteen miles which is the small est movement that has ever been noted Some Things About Tobacco UpToDuto Farming The American tobacco grower receives an average of about ten cents a pound for striped tobacco from which he must get his pay for the plant his labor his time and his investment in a farm The United States Government gets six cents for every poundmanu factured The English Govern mont gets an average of seventy five cents for each pound The Italian and Austrian Governments got more than one dollar The manufacturers snake millions in profits and the dealers are well paid The consumers pay well for the luxury and what is the re ason the producer is not well paid for the material They will be when they understand these matters and provide themselves with metals to control the mark Ots Bilious Bill was getting bloated And his tongne was mncnly coated Patent tonicwouldnt cure him Companies would not insure him All his friends were badly trighten- ed But their spirits soon wre lightened EARLY RISER pills relieved him The famous Little Pills EARLY RISERS cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness etc by their effect on the liver They never gnpo or sicken but hr part ealy rising energy Good fur children or adults Sold by All Druggists Back At Washington Washington May 12PrciII dontKoostvolt und the members of his cabinet held a long conference today and considered many mutt ers of state The foreign policy J the tariff question and railroad rate regulation were supposed to j be all given a share of attention t It is found that the first most important matter taken conii was that of the Venezuelan troversy growing out of the velations in regard to the Asphalt trust and the United States official who have Income mixed up with it Both Bowen and Loomis will be given a fair hearing on the question as soon as possible The president complimented Secretary Taft and others of the cabinet on tho manner in which things had been done in his absence Chamberlains Cuugtr Remedy the Very Best- I have been using ChamberliiinH Cough Remedy and want to say it the bent cough medicine I nave ISI taken says Goo L Chubb a chant of Harlan Mich There is no question about its being the best as it will cure a cough or cold in less time than any other treatment It should always be kept in the house ready for instant use for a cold can be cured In much lASS time when treated Haynes For sale by promptlyI One Minute GoughCuro For Coughs Colds and Creup MOTHERHOOD Actual Sterility in Women Is Very Rare Healthy Mothers and Children Make Happy HomesrM1TrC V uv rr w J 44i v 4 y1- R r iiM- RMacS MR V sl CGtovla1 Many women long for a child to bless their homes but because of some de bility or displacement of the female organs they are barren Preparation for healthy maternity is accomplished by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound more successfully than by any other medicine because it gives tone and strength to the entire female organism curing all displace ments ulceration and inflammation A woman who is in good physical theblessingsnot that an Incentive to prepare for a maternityIt would fortify PinkhamsVegetableyears has sustained thousands of women in this condition there would be a great decrease in miscarriages in atbirthThe following letters to Mrs Pink LydiaEsuch cases t Mrs L C Glover VicePresident of Milwaukee Business Womans Associa tion of 614 Grove Street Milwaukee Wis writes Dcnr Mrs Pinkham I was married for several yeara and no children blessed our borne The doctor said andIcouldbemedicinestrying band became disgusted and suggested that I Many Women Have Been Benefited by Worlds Fair at Owensboro We are requested to luuoutice that a World hair will be given at the Chau tauqua park at Owensboro on May IS and 10 by the young Indies of the Methodist churh of that city for the benefit of the church Mot Weather Piles PersonA afflicted witn Piles should be careful at this season of the year Hot weather and bad driiiKing water con tribute to the conditions which make Piles more painful and dangerous DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve stops the pau draws out the soreness and cures Get the genuine bearing the ame of J5 U DeWitt and d Uo Milton Board on Committee The Democratic State Outial Committee has appointed the following State Campaign Committee John M passing Lewis McQuown Ollie James Milton Board R W Miller Sick headache results from a dis ordered stomach and is quickly cured by Cnainberhina Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Short d Haynes Wortham Wants Office The lion James S Wortham of Leitchfieldhas announced to his friends that he has concluded to make the race for Congress in the Fourth district ou the Democratic ticket try Lydia E Plnkhnms Vegetable Com Inhealth1 child came to bless our home Now we have IIdue pound Secretarythe of SocietyTheDear Mrs Pinkham I was married for five years and birth to two premature children Lydia Pinkhama Vegetable Compound was mended to me and I am so glad I took it it changed me from a weak nervous wom to a strong happy and healthy one within seven months Within two years a love little girl was born which Is the pride DIesLydiathelight healtb ond happiness it brought our bomeII If any woman thinks she is sterile or has doubts about her ability tocarry a child to a mature birth let her write to Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass whoso advice is free to all expectant or helpedthousandsious period Women suffering with irregular or painful menstruation leucorrnoea dis placement ulceration or inflammation of the womb that bearing down feel ingor ovarian trouble backache bloat- Ing or nervous prostration should re Vegetable the greatest number of actual cures of womans ills and accept no substi tute Mrs Pinkhams Advice and Medicine Cyclone Blots Out 125 Lives Snyder Okla Mtiy 12AllI estimates of the number of killedI in the tornado in the outh of Snyder make the total nt least 125 I is estimated number were killed outside of Snyder within a range of twentyfive to forty miles All available help is need ed in Snyder and no search for bodies outside the town has yet been made A Picnic Party Should always carry along a bottle of Paracamph In case of a braise or a sprain it relieves the pain instantly and cures quickly Also the best re medy for Sun Burns and orevents Mosquitoes and Chiggers from biting you Cloverport Coon Jailed Halliearfield a Cloverpor- female coon is in jail to await trial at the June term of circui- court on a charge of having stolenI goods from Mrs Alf Stephens of color She is a mean nigger and ought to be sent over the road 1 Cannelton Telephone Postmaster at Mattingly John It Laslie has been appointed nnstninsror nt IHntMnolv CAMPUS For These clothes have that snap and swing to youngfellowsThey are fashioned in the very nobbiest most exclusive styles They have a character and that stamps them as some thing different from the other fellows Note the broad shoulder effect note the graceful draping of the note the loose roomy trousers When we state that these dressy clothes are tailored by the makers of the reliable fanmanGarmentyou need no further guarantee as to style fit andworkmanshipWe these popular clothes in all the newest patterns of stripes checks and fancy mixtures 10 to 25 F FR Cloverport Ky Miss Ina Miller tarried Miss Ina Miller a daughter of Mr and Mrs Jacob Miller of New Albany formerly of this city was married last Thursday evening to Henry E Lyons an I employe of the In surance company Paracamph Removes Pimples Blotches and Black Heads Heals Cuts Barns Bruises and Swellings If yoa do not say it is the best remedy you ever used we will refund your money Part of Barrett Land Sold R L Newsom has sold seventeen acres of tho Barrett tract of landsouth of town to J A Ball man for 100 Time Trie d and MeritlProven One Minute Cough is right on time when it eomest J curing Coughs Croup Whooping Cough etc It is per fectly harmless pleasant to take and is the childrens favorite Cough Syrup tIMgNNNtHNegiqHtHNN Dont Fail to I I the I ghtaut Picnicto that will be given 5u the yard at the home of Frank Kennedy near Hnrdins school house I Saturday June 24th- If i you dont come you will miss itheiewill be served to every person present and there will be refreshments of all kinds on sale Remember I you dont get a free i lunch at every picnic S Kennedy W N Meadofs ProprietorsZ earwatliseeree eaw rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrtrV4 c tltitst= Something r UptoDate You Are r V C t= Wanting in Ie C V 3 Millinery Goods f V Jk V J It will pay you to call and J inspect my stock The styles rw tar not only the very latest g- 5f but tho prices are the prices c 5f that please I also carry a 5t fine line of Skirtsa I rctt My goods sen rr 1sou is the nicest I ever had rC and I am now ready for cus jj- x tamers rI C I Mrs P CIt+ on Ky J w SitA Ail A A A A A AAilAila A A A Ail A AAieC TOGS 1 Swagger Graceful Clothes Young Men 11 individuality coat AIZE Metropolitan Cure Attend SFrank McCoy I Buggies Wagons Paints If you want one of the best buggies on the market come and see They are manufactured by Delker Bros Wef also carry the best make of wagons No better wagon built the Henderson Wagon IIDEX PAINT yo- uHARDWARE cant be beat If you are thinking of painting let FURNITURE AND FARM SUPPLIES McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky uII I D R MOFFETTS Cures Cholera Infanfumf Dlerrhoea D renter end the MAKfittEETHINGtots Only 25c at Druggists or mail 25c C J MOFFETT M D St Louis Mo Mother He tate longer but savo tho health and life of powdersrEETHINAcomes tho effects of tho summers heat upon teething children r DR1 PIG MITCHEL DENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Profession al Prices I Ii LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COI- NCORPORATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vine- Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 pm Through freight rates and passenger tickets Ito Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150J5S 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and P A GEOH WILSON Supt SUMMER EXCURSIONSVIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R to California add Colorado- and to the Lewis nnd Clark Ceatinnial Exposition PORTLAND OREGON- at special reduced rates Homeseekors round trip and one way colonist on the first and third Tuesdays in each month to points in Mississippi and Louisiana Homeseekers round trip on the first and third Tuesdays to points in Indian Territory Oklahoma Ar kansas Texas Etc HOT SPRINGS ARK Dally Sleeping Car without change Louis ville to Hot Springs with connections at Louisville from Cincinnati Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to CALIFORNIA Excursion cars through to Los Angees and San Francisco via New Orleans Every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Itouto every Wednes day from Chicago i Full Particulars concerning all of the above can be had ot nome Agents or by addressingF HARLOW D R A Louisville The Fall of Port Arthur The biggest amusement feature of the Confederate Reunion during the week of Jane 12 in Louisville will be Pains wonderful pyrotechnic spectacle The fall of Port Arthur Mr Pain sentI his staff of pyrotecnic artists to Port Arthur to study the surrounding and he vividly reproduces the sinking of the Russian war ships and the assault by the Japs on the wall of the city and itsI final capture The explosives used in Y J Bowel Troubles of Children of Any Age Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strength to no V G BABBAGEI AttorneyatLawPUBLIC EIthngonable Cloverport Kentucky Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- ttARDINSBURO KY thoCourtscollectingroadcases l practice in United States District Courts Office cvei Bank of llardlnsburg CloverportPlaningMillI GREGORY a CO Prop LUMBER DOORS SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC StylishComfortable Tailor made clothes All tho latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made oy modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailois employed J H HUNSCHEJ Casper May Co Cannelton Ind SourIj I StomachNoness headacho constipation bad bread general debility sour risings and catarrh tfthe stomach are all duo to Indigestion K M dtacoverytetMseatsexist in a healthy stomach combined wlw the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does Ml only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this troublebystrengthening the mucous membranaa 1J1t1 the stomach- Mr S S Bill of Raroniwood W Vs NutItII was troubled with sour itonuck for twtnty yMra ttori Kodol Digtst Whit You Lat BottUsenly J 100 Slri hodln 3K tlmotkotrtd Izo which Mill for 0 cent Prepared by 10 DWITT 00 OHIOAM Bold by aU Druggists Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar the great spectacle are forty per cent more powerful than those used in the last days of Pompeii the spectacle with which the public is most familiar It requires 400 men women and children and a whole city block to pro duceuThe fall of Port Arthur I I I JJ1 I ti t i t t H1i Su1Ii l t ioj v a I f f I I II I I 4- r I Ji J j Jj J i I I + tt-t- i i I i tr tj tr tt- I I tI fII j f i i u w YIi YIt t iI J I l t s r i i k= ii- II I e Ia 1ji i 7Ci f = 1 l k1 I ac mI k 1I It hetb Tr The Breckenridge News = = WEDNESDAY May 17 1003 JOHN JOHNSON WAS DROWNED IN CREEK Body of the Negro Who Escaped From Marshal Dellaven March 10 In Mud on Bank of Stream The body of a negro found in the mud on the west bank of Clover creek was identified by the teeth last Wed nesday afternoon as that of John John son who escaped from Marshal Orfila DeHaven on March 10 while under arrest Coroner Lee Bishop of Hirdins i burg was called and the inquest was held Wednesday afternoon the verdict being thatJohnson came to his death by drowning The body was found early Tuesday evening of last week but no mention was madeof it in last weeks News as the forms of that issue had already been made up before that time Johnson was arrested about 7 oclock on the night of March 10 by Marshal DeHaven for toting a gun and was taken to the city jail While Marshal DeHaven was unlocking the front door of the jail Johnson who had been or dered to move back a few feet stepped up io Marshal DeHaven and struck him avy blow with his fist on the side of bnlface Marshal DeHaven did not tyve the full force of the blow as it was a glancing one but as it was it was powerful enough to bally stun him Johnson broke and ran east on Railroad street after he struck the blowand was r several yards away when Marshal De Haven gave pursuit emptying his re volver at the fleeing negro as he ran It was a very dark night and Marshal DeHaven lost sight of Johnson as he neared the Baptist church He could l not tell whether any of the shots he fired took effect as there was no outcry from Johnson and no blood stains were L waterLand groaning as though in distress It was too dark to see much below the bridge but he secured a lantern as soon as he got across and examined the bank near where he had heard the struggles and where the body was found An ex amination was made the next morning also Fresh tracks leading to the waters edge were found on the west bank of the creek but none on the opposite bank This indicated of course- rr thsjt some one had plunged into the eek and a number of people believed hat Johnson had unintentionally run uto the creek and was drowned Many however ridiculed this theory seeing no cause why Johnson should run into the creek when Marshal DeHaven Stopped chasing him several hundred feet from the stream Naturally the r hews of the discovery of the body on the creek bank caused much surprise as nothing more was ever heard of Johnson and the event had passed out of the public mind The body of Johnson was found by George Megerley son of Frank Meger ley It was almost completely covered by a thick sediment of mud and washeld down by a log The creek was higher when Johnson was drowned than when his tody was discovered which was on the bank several feet from the edge of the water As it had been under mud andwater for two months its condition 4i A CLEAN MAN Outside cleanliness is less than half the battle A man may scrub himself a dozen times a day and still be unclean Good health means cleanliness not only outside but in side It means a clean stomach clean bowels clean blood a clean liver and new clean healthy tissues and fi bers in every organ of the body The man who is clean in tins way will look it and act it He will work with energy and think clean clear healthy thoughtsi I He will never be troubled with liver j lung stomach or blood disorders Dys pepsla and indigestion originate in i unclean stomachs Blood diseases are found where there is unclean bloodI Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery prevents these diseases It makes a mans iinsides clean and healthy It cleans the digestive organs makes pure clean blood and clean healthy flesh It doesn t make the flabby fat of corpulency but the firm flesh of health 1 It restores tone to the nervous system and cures nervous exhaustion ant prostration It contains no alcohol to inebriate or create craving for injuri ous stimulants j SavageBomersetunusually poor and I was as weak and nervous as though I bad been starved for months My heart kept throbbing continually and I was short of breath Finally I wrote to you for ad vice and you informed me that I had Indigestion end a torpid liver I did not think your dlag stoat was right but I ordered six bottles of Golden Medical Discovery from you and began Its use After using three bottles I begai to im prove slowly and soon went to work and I have teU working ever since Constipation is the most unclean urn cleanliness Dr Pierces Pleasant Pelr ltta cue it They never oricM 1 l SufferingWill Disease but Will Weaken Your Nerves Folks who think It Is better to bear pain than soothe Itnre wrong Oldfashioned doctors used to say It was better because they had nothing with which to ease pain but dangerous heartparalyzing drugs But now that a safe remedy has been found Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills It Is wrong to suffer for nothing can be gained but weakened nerves A safe rule to remember Is When In pain take an AntiPain Pill This will soothe your quivering nerves Dr Mites AntiPain Pills relieve pain by restoring the natural secretions in which they differ from opium and aim liar narcotic drugs which relieve painIby checking the action of the glands They aro surq and harmless and are the latest medical treatment for the cure of Headache Neuralgia Baokacho Rheumatism Dizziness Toothache Stomachache Menstrual Monthly Pains Also nerve irritations like Sea sickness CarSltncss Sleeplessness Indigestion etc Pleasant to take quick in results I have used Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for sick nervous headache 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east of Memphis and Cairo Literature descriptive of above coun try and information about rates willt e mailed upon reque- stLOSCHAEFERTPA Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati 0 Meade Distillery Siezed Louisville ICy May121n formation to secure judgment of forfeiture of the Charles M Smith brandy distillery at Andyville ICy was filed in the office of the Federal Courtyesterday by Assistant District Attorney Thatcher who has made an investigation of the case and claims in the document that Smith was carrying on hisi business with intent to defraudl the UnitedStatesGovornmont Mr rhatchor cites an alleged instance in which Smith is said to have re moved fiftyono gallons of the liquor without having paid the tax Cleared for Action When the body is cleared for action by Dr Kings New Life Pills you canI tell it by the bloom of health on theI heeKs the brightness of the eyes the firmness of the flesh and muscles the inoyancy of the mind Try them At Short Haynes drug store 25 cents Hartford Goes HDry In a local option election at HartfordI last week the town went dry by a ma jority of thirtyfour votes There are three saloons in Hartford at present i POLKA DOT CANS ONEI1ALLONOFEAO 4 loclI PuR Raw y u LINSEEDOIL AAKESTffE PtCMemorandumImportantI i A um QdaedIlnl INnI qA a7 d1n we rura JU rya 4unIrv e rwn Thu n saao When we tell you print you buy the linseed oil separately We know from our cipericnrt that punt without fresh linseed oil il not going to last very long Of course it may look welt in the beeinnincbut to the end sshur Were here in butmcil lostivjnj when we recommend Kinloch paint we certimly mutt be positive ol its staling qualitiet too We can give you tome real mfarnutian on punting When you are ready to buy come andire ut hut Unlocka HOUSE PAINT We will supply you at the same time with f rein pure linseed oil R S BANDY Irvington Ky KINLOCM PANTCOMPANY AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i i 1 The Diadem Roller Mills t j Ono of the LeadIng Mills In the State j 3 Every Sack of Flour Meal or Feed Guaranteed or Money Refunded E j We deliver at all points along the railroad and river Let us have = your order All orders given prompt attention Lowest cash prices jand biggest discounts = t We also have in connection a = LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE = i We are now prepared with firstclass horses and vehicles to serve the j We want the trade of the traveling public Teams and horses IIpublichours Call and see u- sFARM3 MACHINERY E CDrillsE implement line Garden Plows Mowers Rakes Reapers SelfBin Empiresj P uptodate and can turn oui more than am other press on the market = 4 Let us figure with you We have the best brand of fertilizer and the rmost reliabl that money can buyat the very lowest cash price or on tterms 33B C DIECKMANS SONS Merchant Millers and Grain Dealers E STEPHENSPORT KY = yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyeYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTYTTTTYTe MAY PLANS BRI- NGSummer Tars Remember that Vacations are Rock Island Specialties Theres Hot Springs Ark on our linea health and pleasure resort high up in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains Cool and delightful theres Colorado the goal of thousands of summer visitors theres California and Washington and Oregon the LEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITION At Portland Dont forget that a visit to the Fair may in clude a trip over the entire Pacific Coast Let us help you plan your Outing this year Illustrated Booklets free Very Low Vacation Rates ALL SUMMERG- EO II LEE G P A II I McGUIRE D P A Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 r L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No46 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 50 A at West Point only arriv es at Louisville 715 A AI No 42 Dully Mall and txpress leaves Clo verport 952 A M stops at till way stations arrives Louisville 1233 p m Train No 44 Daily fast mall leaves Clo verport 418 p moo stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 725 p m Train No48 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport 830 p m WEST BOUND No 47 Daily Cioverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 000 a m arrives Evans vlllo 900 am Train No 41 Dally fast mall and express leaves Clovor ort 1031 a m stops only at Hawesvllle Lewlsnort Macao Owensboro Stanley Spottsvllle Henderson and Evansville arrlvesSt Louis 720 p m Train No 43 Mali und Express dally ar rives Cloverport 730 p moo Evansvllle 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dally train leavesCloPM arrivesverportl100 Evunsvllle 133 A M St Louis 740 A M stops ut Hawesvlllo Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeplnc cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 40 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves Fords vlllo 430 a m urilves Irvington 840 am Train No 4 Dully except Sunday leaves Fordsville 320 p m arrives Irvington 520 p m Train No6 Sunday only Fordsville 030 a m Irvington 003 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 050 am arrives Fordsvlllo 245 pm Train No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 050 pl1 moo arrives Fordsvllle 825 u m h I W A Walker Jl fijJlf dentistfl H if HARDINSBURQ KY Xi THE BEST- MEDICINE fOIt WOMEN If yoa are nervous and tired out continually you could have no clearer warning of the approach- of serious female trouble Do not wait until you suffer un bearable before you seek treat ment You need Wino of Cardui now just as much as if the trouble were more developed and the torturing pains of disordered men struation bearing down pains leucorrhoea backache and head acho were driving you to the un failing relief thatWino of Cardui has brought hundreds of thousands of women and will bring Wino of Cardui will live out all trace of weakness and banish nervous spells headache and back ache and prevent the symptoms from quickly developing into dan gerous troubles that will be hard to check Secure a 100 bottle of of Cardui today If your 1dealer does not keep it send the money to the Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn and the medicine will DO sent you WlWEPe CARDVIr runsSpring Suits 4 J i AB our agent to Stint and SEII our goods and an investment through him with us iis better than a emern tnent Dotui This is a special offering of t I IThey are black Thibet for dress wear and fancy Cassimeres and Worsteds in light medium and dark patterns for business wear They I are GUARANTEED ALL WOOL and wade in thoroughly up to4atestyles What we ask you to do is to write and ask for samples and measure bionks saying you saw ad in TIllS paper Ours is the largest and oldest house in our line in the South We OWN our building anti have dote business on the SAME SPOT for over FORTY YEARS We sell CLOTHING HATS and FUR lSJI for men and boys SHOES for every body We PAY EXlRKSS on worth and send all goods SfBJKCT TO APPROVAL Style books for all lines free on request Iet us hear from you 3 H 1NN N eeNNN NN1 eNN N NNN NN101f t of+ i F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS + Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard i Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson i against loss by fire or paid on time deposits NNeN NNee N N NN NNNNNN N NNNN Ky Cap tal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnishedour customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN Interest paid on time deposits i NNbM KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Virt President H H KEMPER Cashier of Firms and Individuals solicited i Interest Paid on Time THE Avenue Ig HOTEL Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr 7 7 Weve Hired Uncle Sam atlo andI 7 THIS IXGS LEVYSThird LOUISVILLE Bank HardinsburgOFFICERS iB iInsured burglary The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport IMPROVEMENTS WNNNNNNNNatlNNNN First State Bank IRVINGTON iAccounts Corporations Depo- sitsmNNiNmmN Fifth Louisville or The most centrally located and only flrstcliiss hotel In the city making a IItzOO rate one block from the principal shopping district and twoblocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the city- Everything 1 neat andclean i 1 r r3T9r3 r 3r r3r7i a II aNNam4ms p im NN More Double Track Writing in The Raleigh Post of yesterday Mr J C Caddell foresees the time when trains running between Greensboro and Charlotte will dash through a continuous city and says that the next ninetynineyear lease of the North Carolina Railroad byjthe Southern will callI for four tracks instead of one So indeed it will and this reminds us of the agreeable statement in the Washington correspondence of The Post of yesterday that a force of hands will tomorrow begin grading on the double 1 track between Greensboro and High Point It is a continuing won der how the Southern Railway contrives train uing IIfreightII traffic fifty aatarantyfive years from nowCharlotte Observer TO OBTAIN THE BEST RESULTS USFHE Southern Railwayd SII TAYLOEPassenm AgentrNN N r l L M r M 1wv delv A I 1- jj f t 4 1 rfl i P 5 wLws lYAYYT JY11t 7 h r r I AI I t kI Ii r I I I ii 1 ff- I f- i fr ff f r 1f4 1- f I1I i f f4i j 1 h f4Y I I I 110I I EaV I ff1 EaI ft f V f1r h VI Jw 1 i- r f The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY May lg 1005 FRYMIRE Crops are looking well Born to the wife of Charlie Clark a girl Born to the wife of Milton Adkia fon a girl Gus Barger our new merchan at Fryimre is a hustler Mrs ll It Lamnin and son Floyd are visiting at Tell City y J Brashear had eleven fine sheep killed by dogs a tew days since Mr und Mrs 8 J Brashenr were in Irvington shopping last week Morton Wheeler of Louisville 1 is visiting his sister Miss Ida Wheeler of this place Mrs J W Barr and daughter Miss Gertrude Allen were in Brandenburg Monday Miss Mammie Miller of Sample has applied for our school We would hi glad to have her get it as she would bo qaite an addition to our SOcial circle HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 YEARS Tho old original OROVES Tasteless II Chill Tonic You know what you are taking It Is ion and quinine In a tasteless form No cure no pay 50c IRVINGTON Go to McGlothlan Piggott for your lime HII Humors Axe impure matters which the skin liver kidneys and other organs can not take care of without help there it such an accumulation of them They litter the whole system Pimples boils eczema and other eruptions loss of appetite that tired feeling bilious turns fits of indiges tion dull headaches and many other troubles are due to them Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove all humors overcome all their effects strengthen tono and invigorate the whole system I had salt rheum on my hands so that I could not work I took Hoods Sarsaparllla and It drove out the humor I continued Its use till tho sores disappeared MBS IRA 0 BBOWN Ilurnford Falls Me Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to euro and keeps tho promise 11 M Jolly was in Hardinsburf Monday C C Smith was in Louisville last week Mrs J T Lewis spent Friday in Louisville Several from hero attended the races last week Will Shelmnn1 of Union Star was in town Tuesday Foster Lyons of Basin Springs has moved to Irvington Mrs E W Graves was in Louis vine last week shopping Mrs Lena Adkisson is visiting her father Mr Furrow of Kirk Mr and Mrs John Akers and daughter were in Louisville last weekMiss Hallye Mercer was the guest of Mrs J F Claycomb lust weekThe public school closed last Thursday after an eight months termQuite a large crowd from here went to Hardinsburg to attend the dedicationMiss Mudd was in Louisville last week visiting her sister I MuddMrs went to Louisville Saturday to visit her daughter for several days Miss Lula Owen of Clovcrport was the guest of Mrs J T Lewis Wednesday MissKatie Smith of Guston was with her sister Mrs C F Redman last week George Herndon of Louisville was at homo Saturday and Sunday visiting his parents Miss Edith Marshall will give her children a private picnic noxt Friday at the creek Mrs Nannie Wathcn Edith Marshall and Harry Kemper were in Hardinsburg last week visiting Ir and Mrs Beard Dr L B Moorman Robt Mc rlothlan and D C Heron attend jd the races last week Mrs Emma Hcnningcr of Basin Springs is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Elic Smith TO TRANSPORT The With its 100 Lions Tigers Pumas Leopards Jaguars Camels Elephants FIRE AND FLAMES BABY INCU BATORS FERRIS WHEEL LOTTA CRAZY HOUSE DREAMLAND THE I HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT MISS Ii BROWN FROM LONDON Mrs Grace Watkins and children are visitors for several day at Mr and Mrs Mudds Dr Helm of Louisville war with his sister Mrs Bate Washington last week Mrs C F Redman and Kath Smithwere in Louisville shopping Thursday and Friday Miss Lizzie Fisher returned to her home in Glendeano after a weeks visit with friends Mrs John Wimp and daughter Katharine wore in Louisville shop ping and visiting relatives Mrs Bartlett Mrs Crabtrei and Miss Calhoun of Owensboro are visiting at Mrs Graves Cures Catarrhal Deafness One Weeks Use of Hyomel Did More Than Six Months Treatment by Specialists In the treatment of deafness which iis often a result of catarrh Hyomel acts almost immediately upon the inflamed membrane and the hearing begins to return at once A few days treat ment will bring relief and in three or four weeks according to tho sever ity of the case a cure will be accom plished Miss Meeks of M attewanNLsays Hyomei Is truly wonderful I have used it but a short time and see a great change in my condition My hearing is improving rapidly and r had no idea I would improve so rapid ly in so short a time My breath which was so offensive to myself and others has lost its bad odor entirely I have spent a great deal of money with catarrh specialists and can truly say that six months of their treament is not equal to one month of Hyo melf Short d Haynes are selling Hyomei upon the unusual plan of agreeing to return the money if the medicine does not cure A complete outfit costs only f100 and consists of an inhaler that can 3e carried in the vest pocket a medi cine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei rho inhaler will last a life time and here is enough Hyomei for several weeks treatment Additional bottles of lyomei can be procured for 50 cents Compare this small expense with the ees charged by specialists and then re nemb r that if Hyomei does not cure Short R Haynes will return your money Mrs W JPiggots and daughter Eliza Clara Jolly were in Louisville last Saturday shopping Miss Cassio Anderson of Clover port came Saturday and is now the guest of Mrs Lou Bishoff Miss Eva McGlothlan spent last week in Louisville with her brother Clarence McGlothlan Mrs Graves entertained num ber of young ladies Friday after noon in honor of her guests from OwensboroMr Biggs reports that they have been doing fine business at tho poultry house for the past several weeks Mrs C Q Smith and daughter Nellie and little Harry are with relatives in Bullitt county for ar i ndelinite stay Misses Mary Jo Mattingly and Carry Hayes have returned tc their respective homesafter teacli ing the public school hero Miss Maggie Bandy and Robert Lyon took tie graduation examination held in Hardinsburg Friday and Saturday and both passed with high honors The many friends here of Rev J T Lewis who has resigned as pastor of the church here will re gret to learn that he expects to move away in the near future PATESVILLE sirs James Fawver is on the sick list Vernon Lynch went to Clover port Monday- diseases and was buried Sunday at the Baker cemetery Chas Gabbert is employed by F R Dowell to buy stn veStIB F Lynch of this place died Friday night of a complication of Mr and Mrs E F Gabbert of Victoria spent Sunday with James Lynch and family Rev Noah Gabbert will preach it Patesville on tho fourth Satur day and Sunday this month Fletcher Pauley and wife of Dloverport attended the funeral jf her father at this place Sun lay F Young and family spent Sun lay with Mr and Mrs Ranse Hat ield who live several miles from his place Several of the young folks as icmbled at the home of Mrs Jesse larlow Sunday afternoon and were entertained by string music MISS JULIA MARLOWEI Approves of Peruna the Nerves QIN a recent letter to Tho Poruna Medl Co Miss Julia Marlowe of New York City writes the ImentI Nervousness Is common among women This condition Is duo to anemic nerve centers The nerve centers are tho reservoirs of nervous vitality These centers become bloodless for want of proper nutrition This Is especially truo In tho spring season Every spring a host of invalids are as the direct result of weak nervesThis can be easily obviated by using Poruna Poruna strikes at the rootof the by correcting the Those that were present were Misses Ola Clark Nina Lynch Anna Lamb Nellie Emma Clark Messrs J C Milncr John ArbraMatt Colroy CloverpOr Day 7 FRIDAY MAY At The BigI- OWEN7SBqpORO SPRING CARNIVAL MTHEWORLD Two Special Trains Animal The Mightiest of the Mighty THE GRE- ATMmdy SHows GLITTERING SHIMMERING GORGEOUS EXTANT nose highclass acts more paraphernalia than any two similar organizations in the world 120000000 Actually Invested QUEEN OF ACTRESSES PRAISES PERUNA 18 Heartily For following very produced difficulty digestion Fawver JarboeClifton Digestion furnishes nutrition for the ngryo centers Properly digested food furnishes those reservoirs of life with vitality which leads to strong steady nerves and thus nourishes life Poruna Is in groat favor among thoso who have vacations that are trying to the nerves Pcrnna furnishes tho lasting vigor for the nerves that such people need Thousands of testimonials from women in all parts of tho United States are being received every year Such unsolicited evidence surely proves that Poruna Is without an equal as a nerve tonic and a vital invigorator Buy a bottle of Peruna today If you do not receive all the benefits from Peruna that you expected write to Dr S B Hartman Colum bus Ohio Homer Lamb William Fawver James Lamb Tarvin Baker Oscar Young Vernon Lynch Millard Compton James Lynch and Leonard Preston t 19 Arena handsome womonospeclally 300 People Employed THE ROMAN HIPPODROMEI l =BIG1 ACTS1 Some of the Highest Salaried Artists in the World GONDOLAS CREATION INDIA CRYSTAL MAZE CAVE OF OHE WINDS STADIUM GIBSON GIRLS SHOOTING THE CHUTE SOUTHLAND HEREAFTER 20BIG ATTRACTIONS20All Incased in Handsome Gold Carved Front Studded With Countless Incandescent Lights of Every Hue J if r- l ojI I J J f i I 1 iI i I 1i i A tti i l il J i iii J