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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JtALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT T 0 PRINTd VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 7 1905 8 Pages NO47r l f OESIGNEDBY f4lCEO4 Fine C 5 esMsBALTIM t4EYfY0 lt FULL HOUSE HIGHLY PLEASED Clover Dramatic Club Makes Decided Hit With A Noble Outcast A crowded house greeted The Clover Dramatic Club Clover Lodge No 42 A 0 U W on its initial perform ance Thursday evening The club presented the comedy drama entitled U A Noble Outcast each meaner dome his part in a most creditable manner and made a decides hit The play was given at the club room off the 0 Y M A for the benefit of the A O U W lodge For amateur thattconld be desired highly pleasing the audience and eliciting many very favorable comments Financially also it was a success tne gross receipts being over 100 and the net receipts about 75 The play consisted of four acts all ending with strong and interesting j climaxes which were cleverly execut ed A local orchestra interspersed i music between the acts A pleasing feature was the attractive scenery which was painted especially for the play by Lilbon Smith Besides the aotors those who assisted in the performance were Mrs JnoNeubauer i J M Gregory and C W Fletcher The cast ot characters was as fol lows Gerard Weston known as Jerry the tramp John ftenhaner Col Matthew Lee a southern banker Edm and Wroe James Blackburn his To Get Better Acquainted I WITH THE PEOPLE OF HANCOCK AND BRECKENRIDGE COUNTIES WE WILL ALLOW 15 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL PUR CHASES IN CLOTHING SHOES HATS AND FURNISHINGS AT OUR STORE ON JUNE 10 to 24 EACH INCLUSIVE I WHEN YOU CONSIDER THAT WE ARE NOTED FOR OUR MONEYSAVING PRICES AND THAT EVERY ALTICLE IS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES THIS MEANS A TREMENDOUS SAVING OF MONEY FRANK C BROWN CO 113 E Main St Owensboro Ky nephew William Wilson Jack Worth ington Blackburns rival Geo Wendelkin Mrs Lee wife of Col Lee Miss Grace Agnew France a disputed possession Miss Carrie Tucker Sadie faithful but freeMiss Josie Berry For lack of space indi vidual mention of the parts cannot be given The acting of Mr Neubauor who had the longest and most diti cultas well as the most amusing part Kept the audience in an nproar of laughter throughout the play Quality vs Quantity Kurd muscles and strong body do nut depend on the quantity of food you eat but on its perfect digestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your system gets nil the nourishment out of all the food you eat It digests what you eat regardless of the condition of the stomach and con veys the nutrient properties to the bloodand tissues This builds up and strengthens the entire system over comes and cures IndigestiouDyapepsia Belching Sour Stomach etc Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for what is sometimes disenscIIsufferers from this distressing and mind harassing condition Sold by All Druggists h erndoll Compton pecla1TbeCompton to Mr Robert McUlothlan Herndon will take place this evening CorydonKyt 58 IHardwareI i imosti ofII KentuckyiiWood mantels red jacket pumps fine and Towne builders hardware Portland Yaleii ment Steel Roofing Rubber and Felt RoofingIIMechanics tools sporting goods I fence tin ware and enameled ware i The assortment is always large the are always right pricesII W A Guenther Sons 224226 Frederica street tayak i Owensboro Kentucky i Ia N NlNs sesiui e tl H NNN iit r t LOTT IS NOMINATED FOR STATE SENATOR The Republicans of the Tenth sena torial district composed of Brecsen ridge HancocK and Meado counties nominated John Lott of Lewisport candidate for state Senator at a dele gate convention at Hardinsburg Mon day Mr Lott was nominated over the HonW A Gray of Brandenburg the only oth er prospective candidate Thb convention passed the following reso lutions Resolved by the Republicans of the Tenth senatorial district in conven tion assembled 1 That we commend the action ofI the chairman of this senatorial dis trict in calling this convention to nominate a candidate tor the office ofI State Senator 2 That we unreservedly Indorse BABYS AWfUL ITCHING CZMA I Sores All Over Face and Body Could Not Tell What She Looked LikeUnable to SleepGrew Worse Under Doctors I CURED BY CUTICURA- IN ONE MONTH A grateful mother in the following letter tells of another of those mar velous cures by Cuticura When my baby was four months old her skin broke out with a humor I took her to a doctor who said it was eczema He gave me medicine to give her but she kept getting worse all the time Her little face and body were so covered with sores and large scales you could not tell what she looked like No child ever had a worse case Her face was being eaten I away and even her finger nails fell off Then it itched so she could not sleep and for many weary nights we could get no rest At last we got Cuticura Soap and Ointment first bathing her in warm water with the Soap and then spreading on the Oint ment with soft cloths I saw a change in a week The sores began to heal and she could sleep at night and in one month she had not one sore on her face or body Any mother having children with eczema or humor- swillfind1 friendinCuticufn Soap and Ointment signed Mrs Mary Sanders 709 Spring St Camden N J Aug 14 1904 The foregoing statement justifies the oft rept ated assertion that Cuti cura Soap and Ointment afford instant relief and permit sleep for baby and rest for tired mothers and points to a speedy permanent and economical cure when all else fails in the most torturing disfiguring itching burning bleeding scaly crusted and pimply skin and scalp humors Cutlcuri Soap Ointment and Pale are recd throughout the world Potter IIrug Chem Corp Uosiui Solerropl Wdead tor UQw to Cure nabj Uumouri I I the whole course and policy of the I administration of our President Theodore Roosevelt and especially do I we commend his position and acts in regard to the trusts nnd monopolies J of the country 3 We call the attention of the J voters of the district to the very re markable fact that though the Dem ocratic party has been in power in this state for nearly forty years there is I not a single law upon the statute books directed against trusts and I monoplies And we distinctly and expressly pledge that in the event the nominee of this convention shall be elected his first act in the Senate shall be to introduce and pnsn to enactment Iinto law a bill to curb th power of trusts and protect the pro ducers and consumers ot the state from their exactions 4 We invite every citizen who la opposed to extravagance in the man agement of state affairs and who be lieves in applying to governmental coucernsat the same principles a good business man employs in his businessII trausaotionsto tormjandsupport our ticket We of all our public affairs j K Uigdou Chui Childrens Day Exercises The Bewleyville Sunday school will render the following Childrens Day program on June 11 Processional Opening song- Rosponsle reading PrayerSong Welcome Gem ot Days Esther Albright Acrostic Twelve children Fly Birdies Fly Song by infantt clas- sRecitationHertha Foote If all the Folwora were RosesFive girls The Lighthouse Keeper Lillle McCoy SongResponsibilitiesUlen Suytler Flower Exercise Solo Emma Foote Comrades ot the Cross Dinner Song Childrens Day Marguerite Stith God is Love Nine children SongPrimary class PoemThree girls SongSnaresSix young men Sunday aonool Cadet Song Upward WayFive Boss Motion song Address on the BibleHurlbut Cain Archway of LoveEight young Ladies Offering Closing Hymn Mrs Keenans Birthday Party Tarfork Ky June OSpecial On last Wednesday neighbors relatives and friends gathered at the hos pitable home of Mr and Mrs P H Keenan to celebrate the seventy third birthday of his mother Mrs Jane Keenan The morning was spent in conversation and listening to voc and Instumontal music At 12 80 oclocK sixtytwo persons sit down to a beautifully spread table and partook of the birthday dinner Mrs Keenan has five children twentytwo grand children and Live greatgrandchildren all of whom were present except Mrs Lula Morton and ba by of Florida and Mrs Ruth Burdett and eon of Oklahoma Mrs Keenans children are Pad and Jas Keenan and Mrs Lf C Tanl of Tarfork and Mrs J B Bates and Mrs L HTaul of JolIyHstation At a oclocK Rev O W Young of IiT1j excursion wensboro1- 0FURNITURE You should go if for no other reason than to buy what you need in furniture and carpets from The E W Smith Co 229231 St Ann Street on east side of Court House Choicest in the cityEE MRS ELIZA MATTINGLY DEAD Leaves 125 Children Grandchildren And GreatQrandclilldren Mrs Eliza J Mattingly relict of the late B J Mattingly died Friday of senility it the home of her son K T Mattingly about two miles east of this city at the age of eightyeight Mrs Mattingly had been in failing health about a year Mrs Mattingly was born in Marion county where she spent most of her girlhood days and was a schoolmate of J Proctor Knott who became governor of Kentucky At the age of about sixteen sue moved with her lather Xed Monarch to Daviess county where she remained until married to B J Mattingly of this county Of the twelve children born to this union seven survive Sixtysix grandchildren and fltfytwo great grandchildren also are living ten or fifteen being dead ThA children are J C Mattingly and Mrs Kosie Wmtehonae of this city H C and F M Mattingly of Balltcwn i R T Mattiugly living two miles east oU this city Chas Mattingly of Hardins burgand Mrs Mary J Burdett living ten miles south ot this city Mrs Mattinsly was an own cousin of the Monarchs of Uweusboro Born and reared a devout Catholic exemplarylifecame acquainted with her The funeral was held Sunday morn tug and the interment was at St Marys at Mattingly where Mr and Mrs Mattingly at one time resided Madison county delivered an interest ing sermon Miss Beulah Rice presid ed organThose distance were Rev Young Madison county Lazer Redding Fordsville B H Bates J B Bates and family Henry Buraen and family Mrs Sue Tanl and children TabelingWichitaAll oreient had an enjoyable time Mrs Keenan was too feeble and suffer tag with neuralgia to take part in the celebration of her birthday this being the only s ul feature of the day T = j = t TO JUNE lines cemetery Remember the Business Mens Association will re fund your railroad fare if you buy 2500 worth of goods from the Association Merchants combined See circulars on train for pares ticulars E W SMITH CO 229231 East St Ann Steal U s art n 4r r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY June 7 1905 Great Fiddlers Contest CotTL Biggs of Glasgow Ky has leased the Now Masonii Temple Theater Louisville for three nights Juno 14th 15th ant 16th and will hold the greatest old time fiddlers contest and jubilee on record there at that time Col Biggs conducted the great contest at Nashville recently in which the Kentucky Fiddlers won the State championship over the Tcnnessecans and will bring all these great fiddlers and hundreds of others to the Louisville contest Fifty thousand posters are being sort to all parts of Kentucky In diana and Ohio In these posters the Kentucky fiddlers challenge the fiddlers of Indiana Ohio or any other State in the Union to xcell them- Large cash prizes will bo oiler for the best players in troupes hands told single handed and there will be a grand parade each Jay through the streets of the city by hundreds of fiddlers keep ing step and time taps on their fuddlest as they march A very low rate of one cent a mile on all railroads from points South of the Ohio river will be in effect for the round trip good for several days and all the great fiddlers within a hundred miles of the city will I10 there A part of the net pro ceeds of the contest goes to the Old Soldiers Home at Pewee Valley For this reason all news papers an1all others should do all in their power to make it a suc cess The name told address of every fiddler in the State is wanted For supplyof posters and full particu lars address JJ M1 Biggs Glasgow Ky While there is life there is hope I was afflicted with catarrh could neither taste uor smell aud could hearII but little Elys Cream Balm cured Marcus G Sliautz Hallway N J Cream Balm reached me safely aud the effect is surprising My son says the first application gave decided re lief Respectively Sirs 1Vauklin Freeman Dover N H The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by all druggists at 50 cts or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New York What Temperanc Map Shows- A temperance map of Kentucky shows sixtythree of the 1 lg counties to be without a saloou while not a one of the 119 are entirely wet Twenty nine counties have saloons nl only ore point fifteen have them at two points tun twelve have them at three polity The temperance sentiment is growing strongly in lKentucky and the above figures will be a revelation and surprise to many people who have not kept post ed on this suhject and it presages a time notwithstanding the immense liquor manufacturing interests in the State shen the march of civilization and1 drift of human progress will trample underfoot the licensed saloon 1 IThedfords BladeDraught comes nearer regulating the entire sytcra and kvpirifj the body in health than any nth r medicine made It is always nady in any emergency to treat ailments that are frequent iin iudigeetionbiliouneva stomach ache- sThedfurds BlackDraught is the standard neverfailing remedy for stomach bowel liver and kidney troubles It is a cure for the domes tic ills which so frequently summon the doctor It is as good for children aa it isi for grown persons A doe of this medicine every day will soon cure the most obstinate case of dys pepiia or constipation and when takeu as directed brings quick relief DANVILLE ILL Dec 23 1032 Thodfords BlackDraught has boon our family doctor fur Uvo years and wo want no other R bon anr of us reel badly we take a dou and aru all right In twelve hours Wu have spent loti of money for doctor blue but got along just as well with lllixokBraukiUt lilt n juDKU Ask your dealer for a package of Thedf rd s BlackDraught and if be does nut iccc p it sendSSc to Tho Chatta nooga Me h MB Co Chattanooga Tenn and a package will bo mailed to you Helping Upbuild Kentucky The Louisville Commercial Club began its new fiscal year by Cle ating three standing committees devoted to State tynprovemen upon recommendation of the new president Mr V JI Engelhar One of these has been at work ffor some time that of State Dove opUlent The other two are on State Organizations and Trans portntion and Immigration MAE McPiee has been made dial man of the State Organization Committee which has for its specific duty the encouraging of business organizations throughout Kentucky It will probably employ a good speaker to tour the State in an ellort to organize new business organizations and awali en renewed interest in old associations of this character The committee on Transporta tion and Immigration of which MrC M Robertson is chairman has to look especially to getting desirable immigrants to locate iiin the State It will also help different communities in handling transportation difficulties The work of the State Development Committc is already known to people in all parts of Kentucky Another work which will doubtless interest citizens in all parts of the State undertaken by the Commercial Club is that of invitin owners of manufacturing plant who are thinking of changing heir location to come to Kentucky Within the past few day ner one hundred letters on this object have been written to different part of the United State iind three of them have gone to foreign countries Cuban Diarrhoea- U S soldiers who served in Cuba luring the Spanish war know what this lisease is and that ordinary remedies lave little mote effect than io much water Cuban diarrhoea is almost fas severe and dangerous a a mild attacl jf cholera There is one remedy how verthat can always be depended upon is will be seen by the following certificate from MrsMiunie Jacobs of Hustor Texas I hereby certify that Chamber Iains Colic Cholera and Diarrho Remedy cured my husband of a sever attack of Cuban diarrhoea which he brought home from Cuba We hadl several doctors but they did him no Tood One bottle of this remedy cured lint as our neighbors will testify I thank God for so valuable a medicine For sale by Short 15 Haynes Short Crop in Hancock Hancock Clarion Prospects are not at all flattering for the 100i crop of tobacco in Hancocl ounty After a caretul investigations 1 It doubtful if more than 50 per cent off he usual crop will be plantedcertain iynot more than 63 Tnis is far below the number of hills allotted to each mud under the scheme of curtailini he average by the Society of Equity and is accounted for in the fact the t louts are probablyI scarcer thin the have been in a decade or more In the low lands plants were overflowed and1 tilled by heavy rains ofa few week ago while no great effort was made at a crop to begin with Many of the limits froze while bugs are said to hay cell worse than was ever known Th e beds are very near a failure everywhere md there will be a genuine curtailiiij in all parts of Hancock county 1Work Begun On Capitol Site Frankfort Ky May 31 The breaking of ground forth l lew Capitol took place with ap Mopriato ceremonies in the pros Nice of several hundred represen hive citizen of the capital city j and after prayer had been offered iov Beckham took out the firs- pade of earth in the work of ex ava ion which work was begun in earnest this morning Socretaiy of State H1r Me hcsnoy acted as master of cer monies The invocation was madee by the Rev Dr C K Hudson ofI the Christian churchwho pray ed to the Great Architect of tin Jniverse for the successful completion of the structure to which1 mnkfort has looked forward for more than half a century and forl the guidance of officials and other to be connected with the work I I Sprained Ankle Surf Neck Lame Shoulder rorII daily valuable If promptly appliedd it will save you tiraeuiouey and suffer lug when troubled with any oue of these ailments For sale by Short Haynes I re AGED WOMAN STILL HEARTY Though She Has Been Victim of Many Accidents In Recent Years Though she is cightythrc years of age and has sustained many injuries in recent years Mrs Maria Duncan of this city is still hearty for a woman of her age and has stood the physical misfortunes which have befallen hei unusually well Two accident of which she was the victim just recently were peculiar because of their similarity and nearness Several years ago Mrs Duncai fell while coming down the step from a church and broke the right arm Before the right arm was out of the sling she fell will crossing her room and the other arm was broken Her left arm was broken again last wintci during the heavy sleet She at tempted to walk from the residence of Mrs C T McClanahan her niece to the Fisher Homestead on the pike but had scarcely gotten out of the gate when she slipped on the sleet and fell with the result stated above Some time previous to this accident Mrs Duncan suffered a disloca tion of her left hip by a fall The last accidents that have befallen airs Duncan were caused by falls while crossing the Hoot of her room Her foot became entangled in a rug and shfc was thrown to the floor quite a per tion of flesh being removed from the left side of her face Only shortly after the injury was dress ed she fell again and the ameII injury occured to the other side of her face I Mrs Duncan has walked 0111 crutches a great deal but still has been able to get about much A Bad Scarce Some day you will get a bad scare when you feel a paia in your bowels and fear appendicitis Safety lies in Dr K ngs Ne N Life Piils a sure cure tor all bowel and stomach diseases such as headache billiousness costive nes etc Guaranteed at Short A Haynes drug store only 25c Try them State Development Convention lAclie preparations for the Fourth State Development Convention are be ing made by the State Development Committee of the Louisville Commercial Club of which Mr A Y Ford is ChairmanMr has named subcommittees covering the different fields of work necessary to make the gathering a big success both in attendance and matters discussedThe time has not yet been fixed but it will be held three days in October during which time there will be seven business sessions and a bau 1qu t It is the purpose of the com mittee to devote one session to agriculture horticulture and good roads Another session will be given over to minerals and forestry and the third tc state and county taxation and manufac 1turing another to river improvement and still another to rail olds and a call of the counties of the State This call of the counties is ex pected to awaken the greatest in crest of the Convention The chair willask leading representatives from each county what it has what it needs and what it offers as to industries labor conditions tax rates home capital tax exemp tions farm lands farm products fiance for home seekers etc The committee will invite ex perts from all parts of the United States to talk on different topics tNoSecret About it It is no secret that for Cuts Burns Ulcers Fever Sores Sore Eyes Boils etc nothing is so effective as Buck Jens Arnica Salve It didnt take long to cure a bad sore I had and It is all 0 K for sore eyes writes D L Gregory of Hope Tex 25c at Short Iayties drug store Nephew of Rev T V Joiner- It may be of interest to local people to know that Rev E Joiner the Brazilian missionary for whose work in that country a mm of 177 was raised at the Dwensboro district conference i E church Southwhich met here recently is n nephew of Rev T V Joiner formei pastor of the Methodist church here- To CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BUOMO QUININE Tab lets All druj lsts refund It It alls to cure E W Groves signature Is on recIIIIIlIIIII Big Canal to be Built I A company has been formed I I I for the purpose of building tho I much talked of Ohio River and Lake Erie Ship Canal The Pennsylvania act of 1895 requires that the capital stock of the company shall be 25000 per mile of canal proposed of which 5000 a mile at least must be subscribed The distance from the mouth of the Beaver River to Lake Erie the places between which the canal will be built is 105 miles and the capital stock of the company for preliminary pur poses has been made 2625000 Equity Picnic at Hawesville The Hancock Clarion says that a big American Society of Equity picnic is being planned for Ha vesville July 4 READ TillS Hopkinsville Ky Jane 7 1901 This is to certify that I was troubled with kidney and bladder disease for three years and found nothing to relieve me until I tried the Texas Wonder Hall Great Discovery which hs given me positive relief and I think a permanent cure Jas M Hipkins A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions wear and lame backs rheu matism and till Irregularities of the Kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of i1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldcm fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by nil druggists Defines TwoThirds Vote IThe Court of Appeals in re the judgment of the Clark Circuit Court in the case of the Boardof Education of Winchostei vs the City of Winchester has given a definition of a twothird voteAt the November 1904 election the City Council and Mayor b3 an ordinance submitted to a vote the question of issuing 15OOC bonds for improvement of school buildings At the election 633 votes were cast in favor of the is sue and 300 against it Section 157 of the constitution provides that no indebtedness to n municipal government shall bo in curred unless by twothirds vote of those voting at that election While the vote cast on the bonds was the required number it was not twothirds of those voting at the same election HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Cblll Tonic You I now what you are taking It Is ion and quinine In a tasteless form No euro no pay f50e Bible Can be Read in Schools Frankfort Kv May 31The court of appeals today affirmed the judgment of the Bracken circuit court in a case of Thomas Hackett against the Brook ville graded school district in which the lower court refused to grant an in junction restraining the trustees and teachers of the school from the use of the English translation of the Bible known as the King James or Author ized Edition and from opening the school with prayers and songs alleged to be of a denominational character The whole court except Judge Cantrill considered the questions presented on appeal Judge ORear delivered the opinion of the court The court in part says The con S E MAN TO SPEAK A high worker in the American Society of Equity is situation the deliver an stitutional convention in framing the rrgauic law all the people of the state must be presumed to have used ordinary words not according to the views of the few but ru gen erally used The word sectarian from which it is used cannot IltEbyIltE form of prayer not authorized by a par t ticular church is sectariantThe court says that neither the 1I 1 King James nor any edition of the Bible is sectarian the adoption of any particular edition by ormoredenominations as authentic or by them asserted to be inspired can not make it a sectarian book S ISSa i IIDont Fail to- i i i Attend thefl iv f Moonlightll Picnic IthatI IlJ Saturday If you dont come yop will miss something out of the ordinary in the way of picnics A free lunch will be served to every peis6n present and there will be refresh of all kinds on sale you dont get a free I at every picnic Kennedy W N Meadors IIIIFrank Proprietors smsw sss Isn BIGES1 DAY sass in the year for Breckenridge county people will be Barbecue day at Hardinsourg July 4 t- em More fun moro pleasuromore real oldtime enjoyment will be had on that day than any oth day in the year Why Because more money is being spent more preparations arc being made more amusements are being arranged for than have ever been before It will be g- reatBarbecue July 4 I i Il A OF who acquainted with the to bacco in state andcounty will address for peculiar edition That June 24th ments Remember lunch N DANCING FLOORMUSIC A large and splendid dancing floor will be on the grounds and a fine string band has been engaged to make music especially for the dancers t ft TELL CITY BRASS BAND 16P1ECES16 4 The best bond that will come to the county this year At great expense we have secured + 11 this splendid corps of musicians to make music throughout the entire day A concert free will be given in Cloverport on the afternoon before the picnic by this band i 50 YARD DASH 1 t First Prize= 2 Second= 1 Third50 We have a fast track and competent judges Anybody can enter Boys train up and j win one of the prizes This and the sack race will be made two of the most interesting and Cdr exciting events of the d- ayBARBECUE DINNER 25 CENTSassts PROPRIETORS John ORiley Hardinsburg Huse Alexander MookI Jubal Hook Hardinsburg W N Pate Mattingly M IIARDINSBURtilt- i t r t c e e The Breckenridge News l WEDNESDAY June 7 1003 1 INEW RAILROAD HERE MAYBE l IJJ r Glenns Graphic Confident Line Will Be Built From Alndisonvllle I- tTholast issue of Glenns Graphic jpublished at Madisonville says vithatthat place is to have a new railroadThe that now con fronts us says the Graphic capitali i ists who have an eye on the large coal lands of Muhlenberg county they claim are the richest IIwhich United States These peo Jam plc learning that the city of Macli sonvillo and other towns through the section whore the proposed I railroad is to be built were anxious for a railroad have made a prop osition to build a road from Mad isonvillo to Cloverport Ky on ti tithe Ohio river via Bremen Island Hartford and a number of other small towns along the line pro vided the citizens of Aladisonvllle r and others living along the pr- oIt tI posed route would donate a right t of way to Green rivera right of way beyond Green River having been secured or guaranteed The people of Madisonvillo and those living along the line are not for one cent in money All j 1asked asked of them is to furnish the right of way which can be done at a great profit to them i selvesWith nothing to do but get the righti of way we might say there Mens Shoes blacks every wanted size 175 and will be another railroad built through what will soon be known as the wealthiest part of Kentucky TwentyFhe Cents Will give you rest Will slop your pair and itching Paracauiph absolutely cures Piles whether bleeding or itch ing Decrease in Hardins Children Ellzabothtown Mewsl Ten years ago according to the schoolcensus there were 0000 children of age In Hard in county The same census of same character this year the number only 6000 This is a falling oil of children of school age in the county of 8000 in ten years or thirtythree and a third per cent There is no census taken that is more accurate than the school ccnsusas it done by the school trustees who generally know personally every family in the district and who are interest ed in getting the name of every child of age as the pay of the teacher depends upon the number of scholars is a remarkable fact that outside of Elizabethtown where there has been a decided increase the decrease is confined almost exclusively to the rich sections of the county In Meeting Creek for instance where the people as a rule are poor there has been no decrease while Glendale Nol in Sonora and like rich sections have lost fifty percent These facts seem to indicate that it is no longer popular for welltodo people have 1001peoploren l in great A the stock A appear great WASH GOODS FOREIGN STRIPED TISSUESa delightful sheer importedwash and girls dressesworth 35c to 50c 3rardreduc ed to 12c GINGHAMS all our fine imported ginghams and madras cloths worth from 35c 50c yard reduced to 14c If I TAILS DU NORD GINGHAMA F C fancy dress ginghams in pretty corded stripes checks worth lOc and 12 l2c yard reduced to 7I c i 2000 YARDS OF short lengths of line wash goods at half price i 1191 For All al worth r 200 school makes is school There large lOc Eastmans Talc Powder In sprink ler top glass jars four odors worth Iftc Staple Calicoes LONSDALE MUSLIN Genuine green ticket Lonsdale any cut from Gf t 1 Best Gingham C SHEETING Best ti I 2C The Man Behind the Gun In a speech on the Naval Ap propriation Bill during its con sideration by the House Mr Spark man brought out incidentally the fact that the phrase the man be hind the gun can be traced to Napoleon and very originated with him Mr Spark man sail It has been said that Napoleon upon hearing of the victory of Jackson at NOW Orleans with his handful of American soldiers over the veterans of the Britishi army who had conquered him sent to America for the pur pose of obtaining samples of the guns that had wrought such havoc among Gen Pakenlmm forces in that great battle bitf when hiI messenger returned stating that the weapon used was the ordinary Hintsteel hunting rifle of the American frontiersmen he exclaimed I see how it is it was not the runs but the men he the guns Had I such soldiers as these I couldconquer th- eworldArinyand Navy Journal Gallaher Scores Trusts In the April number of the Irish Tobacco Trade Journal is an acv count of a banquet given by the Dublin United Tobacconists assoc iation on St Patricks day at which Thomas Gallaher one of the largest independent manufact urers of tobacco in the worldand who has operated the Pace tobacco factory in this city was the guest Mr Gallaher responded a toast in which he scored the For 500 silk and and FOR all new and trust He otho hI will be a tar 11 make rich at cost of the JI for down all trusts The States is i the of trusts have beef trusts oil trusts trusts They have trusty men among the and the poor lman help be tween theni all a law is passec to the trust om will come in and square the pat ties orrrr b If t v g v in 5 I 11 V It will pay you to call and 1 my stock The 1 1 not only very latest I but the are 1 I that 1 also carry a 1 rfine line S j y this season is the 1 ever had and I now for ir P e Ky r 1 to to We endeavor a brief manner to you some idea the saving offered by this June i sale for sole our of sale so so as to to those not with the the store Read on for women to and 4 most to and back hind to to line to Sale a FANCY MOHAIR SUITINGS choice new weaves worth from to 75c yard to 49c FINE and flaked in every color Sold at 75c to 39c SILK figured silk worth WHITE JAP ideal wash silk for summer waists 39c to 19c REMNANTS woolen dress at half 100 Umbrellas All fancy with natural worth 500 19c FOR Made printed lawn nicely trimmed 3c Yard For choice of 10000 yards of Torchon lace lOc yard t5c BATISTE STOCKS Pretty embroidered batiste stocks in shapes worth 25c 35c aid among against calculated manufacturer the am putting the United groanin uudel The tolwm undertakers cannot himself If d prosecute some prosecuting rrtrrrrrrtrrrrrrrrrrr its Something UptoDate You- Vanting Are Millinery Goods inspect styles are the the pricey please of of goods nicest am ready coy tomers Mrs McCoy Irvington 1o WE PAY YOUR FARE BOTH WAYS Bring Your Parcels Special Train STOREToDeliver Them fS Owensboro 10theGREAT JUNE CLEARANCE convey of tremendous Clearance purpose of reducing mammoth summer merchandise comprehensive farreaching almost incredulous broad policy of Pierson goods IMPORTED quantity piece Apron 5atsJCr4septic probably principal Skirtss RAILROAD SILKS AND WOOLENS andcolorings 59c SUMMER FLANNELSplain wanted yardreduced SUiTINGsbeautiful suitings 50cnow 24c SILKSthe worth reduced OF goods handles Each DRESSING SACQUES of pretty worth35c worthy Each things millions burden prices devised familiar reduced 12c White Embroidery Belts The most recent fashion in every size Carpets and Rugs ALL WOOL IINGRAIN CARPETS A limited 39C75cBRUSSELS CARPETS Smiths best 10 wire 9COOeAXMINISTER RUGSsize 72 x 3G in new and attractive patterns worth 4 re 298duced to 350 40c and 45c mattings reduced to 30c J China Glass and Granite Ware at Less Than Half I fiitw PIERSON DRY GOODS COe i 203205 E Main St 1 OWENSBORO KENTUCKY r r- J1 n f fi ne r Z at IHACCSIs it true you want to look old Then keep your gray hair If not then use Halls Hair Renewer and have all the dark rich color t0obgololAAAAaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I 3 Your Watch E 5 Repaired 135 and Guaranteed i i I jli4 Vc have flmtclat K and nuitr rI4furred ttoufla In wnflien 4rlorks rrH liartns blunt siMitaUs sllvfrwir rtr ut rjj r A jjPricesj You Cannot Duplicate l Sl3 2 Elsewhere I 4 W live here andnryhoy knows us Itou word is not pr tfood dont iMlitVf whit w say Our htR tulcs and 1m tmense amount of repulr speak what people believe p ip3 TtC LEWISSON JEWELERS4 i YTYTTTYYYYYYTTYYYYYTTTT PARKERS BALSAMCltanti haltlomotuTiI1hNeverGryIIalrColorCumfvtndt aat Druggili lIJboIl m m No the n A sign was put up on the Masonic Temple between the first and second floors last week for J Nolte Bro the sign bearing the name of the firm The is done in gold leaf on a black Tho sign was put in on the front of the last It was by S and is one of the finest pieces of this kind of here err SICILIAN HairRenewer 4 ji W C DUTSCHKE j r and f KENTUCKY Buggies spring wagons and J horses always ready for the- IrIi traveling public 11 I 1 jl jjj r SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO jl1 DRUMMERS 7 J1I1J R Dr A P Latham I VINE GROVE KY IIwill remove to TO WN KY Iuhout 1905 1to Mr Geer A handsome monument costing SSIo I was erected last for Mrs Lizzie Geer at the grave of her husband at the city ceme torv tUIIIII wT I X100T- o III I OWENSBORO I and RETURNE FROMII WEST POINT CLOVERPORT ISAI VIA I Special Train Leaves West Point 600 a m Brandenburg 633 a m Irvington 655 a Cloverport 746 a Returning leaves at 700 p m Plenty of Crowding For full information ask Agent I Handsome Sign handsome C lettering background position building Wednesday painted H McCracken workeverdone VEGETABLE Livery Feed Stable STEPIIENSPOKT Handsome Monument Thursday I Owensboro Coaches TELEPHONES AND SWITCHBOARDSALSO Large Stock of Electric Light Street Railway and Tele phone Supplies Con stantly on hand SEND FOR CATALOGUE JAS CLARK Jr CO 313 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY Send in your Subscription now ii- e fi r M a I IY BRECKENRIDGE NEW UNO D end V G BARRAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year OARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged I Or at the rate of 10 rents per line I OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 sate per line Money In advance I uh Eramlne the label on your puper If It Is 1 not correct oleaso notify as u When ordering a change In the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now address EIGHT PAGESt WEDNESDAY June 7 190- 3HARDINSBURG P Morris Heard is on the sick list Claude Mercer was in Louisville last week Thomas J Moore was in Cloverport Friday Milton Coke of Hendersouwas here several days last week James N Payne of Harned was in town Sunday visiting relatives Miss Lucile Unnninehaia of Che nault is visiting Miss Nancy Kinoh eloeEd G Beard of Louisville Is visiting his parents Mr atd Mrs Wm BeardMiss Pauline Moorman ol Dallas Texas is visiting Miss Virgins HensleyJeff of Evansville Is here visiting his parents Mr and M Patrick Dillon Mrs Thomas Gregory ot Garliel- was the guest of Mr and Mrs S McGill last week Mrs Watlington and Miss alit Richardson of Union Star wereC guests of Mr and Mrs P rcy 11E Beard last week Wm M Smith of Louisville Uniii ted States district attorney during Clevelands second administration was in the city at1rllayJDying of Famine Is in its torments like dying of con sumption The progress of consump a than from the beginning to the very end is a long torture both to victim and friends When I had consump tion in its first surge writes VatAMyers of Cearfo s Mdafter trying different medicines and a good doctor in vain I at last took Dr Kings New Discovery which quickly and perfectly cured me Prompt relief and sure cure for coughs colds tore throat bronchitis etc Positively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at Short J HaynesdruR store price 0c and jlOO a bottle Trial bottle fr erDeath of Mrs Ellen Dillon Mrs Ellen Dillon whose children are well known m this county died Saturday at the home ot her daughter Mrs Wm Ramsey at Clarendon Arkt at the age of seventyeight The funerl al was held Monday at Canuelton ScrofulacFew are entirely free from it It may develop so slowly as to cause little it any disturbance during the whole period of chUdboodCIt may then produce irregularity of the Btomach and bowels dyspepsia catarrh cunsumptlorbefore quitfreeswellingIt I ion you can rely tat Hoods Sarsaparilla iI The best of all nieJi lues for all humors n lJjf rJJ nrJtlu SCATARRH R Ffvs In ail its stages rot N Elys Cream BalmrfI rtR o cleaneceeootheeandhealeorS 5Itaway a cold in the head A EL wt quickly Cream Balm It placed Into the nostrilsspreads over the membrane and is absorbed Relief U Im mediate and k cure follows It Is not drying does not produce sneezing Large Size 50 cents at Drag gleU or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS 66 Warren Street New York = where she formerly lived Besides Mrs Ramsey the following other children t survive Mrs Josie Merriltt Dexter Iud Pot Dillon Hardinsburg and Mrs C F Mattiugly Wheeling W Vn The Salve that Penetrates DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve penetrates the pores ot the skinand by its autisep i ic rubifocient and healing influence it subdues inflammation nail cures Boils Cuts Eczema Tetter Ring Worm and all skin diseases A specifi for bleeding itching and protruding Piles The original and genuine Witch Hazeli Salve is made ry E C DeWitt Co and sold by All Druggists A colored minstrel troupe of eleven from Hopkinsville la guying perfor mauves here this week The Childrens Favorite For Coughs Croup Whooping Cough etc One Minute Cough Cure is the childrens favorite Tins is because iitt contains no opiate is perfectly harm jless tastes good and cures Sold by All Druggists Marion Campbell of Lewisport was brought faDr Neuralgia Pains Paraecamph relieves Neuralgia and Headache instantly by opening the pores stimulating the circulation and remov 1 ing the congestion A free application will convince you of its merits So j dont suffer but keep Paracamph in home You need it every day On the civil docKet in the police court last Monday judgment wa n rendered in tavor of Mr Falls o note for 70 against Tinius and Chapin Gus Brown was present fro Hardinsbnrg and resisted the pay ment of the note for the defendants garnishee of 995 was sustained against colored tlTeoasMcCnbbius of StephensfRii j NOTICE All persons owing the estate or J E Bnckby are requested to call and set tIt with me All poisons having claims against the estate present the same proved Oliv BuCkby Admx Rev P L King will preach at the Methodist church next Sunday ands then leave tor a months vacation at home of hIs father at Smiths His pulpit will be tilled part of the time during his absence the announcements to be made later Fourth of July aCci1dentsn Injured the remedy which heals Burns and Bruises quicker than an thin else It relieves pain and heals with Uettlse guarantee Rev R H CrosBfield pastor of the First Christian church at OwensII I kro preached at tne Methodist church Nasal Monday evening = DOWN DOWNw- i I I i I11m j I The have WE PUT ON SALE THIS WEEK 100 PIECES OF CHINA WARE AT IOC EACH THESE GOODSan VERYBEST and i SAUCERS ETC TERMS CASH VI G GrSon two I I II U n U nU UU U 11 OR SALETlTlRi RiSQUAREReasons for selling am leaving city and or dont care to move it I Inquire at IIA11M1N SONS FLRNITURE STORE IHarryHammon cAw4 I a c It1 oioiIIt C t t No Middlemans Profit J E Keith x Son are erecting a double Vermont monument this week at tie grave of L A Foote at Irving- ton The lettering on the monument is some of the finest ever done here by this wellknown firm When yon buy yonr monumen from J E Keith C Son vou doh have to pay the middlemans profit as they buy direct from the qnarry Chamberllan Stomach and Liver Table Better than a Doctors Prescription MrJ W Turner of Truhart Va says that Chamberlains Stomach a Liver Tablets have done him more good than anything he could get from the doctor If any physician in this was able to compound a medicine th would produce such gratifying results ij cases of stomach troubles churconstipahoube used in preparing this one medicine lIajnestFor sick headache take Chamber loins Stomach and Liver Tablets anti a quick cure is certain For sale by 1Short t Haynes i HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist ticks to South and Southeast first and thin j Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points c to which bomeseekers rates apply I One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct 31 1905 t Confederate Veterans Reunion Louisville Ky June 1416 1905 For this occasion rate of 2 20 for the round trip Cloverport to Lonisvlle and return will be made on June 12 to 15 Inclusive also for morning trains ol June ICgood returning to leave Louis- vIlle June 19 Old Point Comfort Excursions Saturday June 10 Friday July 1 Id and Saturday Aug 12 1905 q13 riO Cloverport to Old Point Com fort and return tickets to be sold oni above dates goodfor return 15 daysI from date of sale Well Pleased With Work- J E Keith S Son erected a nice weekntwo at sons Richard and Harvey Dowell of witmh the workMMr and Mrs Gen Chick of Alt to Sterling left Thnisday after a visit her sisters Mesdames E B Oglesbv and R E Moorman A rzijjersWhy Vigor does so many remark able things Because it is a hair food It feeds the hair puts new life into it The hair Hair Vigorcan- not keep from growing And gradually all the dark rich color of early life comes back to gray hair mylarI graf I rich hlarkl slid HI thick as I could winli Miss SWAN KUUFUNSTIKS Tutcumuhi Ala J1COH bottle J C AYEn co All dri Inw ll Nita rttfor rT Gray Hair Assigned to Paducah Geo hay formerly ganger at L Addison s distillery at Addison s been assigned to H T Hessigs distillery at PaducahWill You Celebrate Fourth of July If so be sure to a bottle of Paracamph han lyj You ll need it for a Burn Cut or Bruise because it heals quicker and better than other known remedy Prevents Blood Poisoning relieves pain instantly heals without leaving ugly scars Circus at Hardinsburg Tho Van Amherg circus will Hive performances at Hardinsbnrg today Bilious Bill the sleepy head Dearly loved to lat in bed Couldnt ake him if you shook him When his slumbers overtook him Suddenly he started waking Evry morn when day was breaking Whats this magic necromancer Early Risers thats the answer Famous Little Pills cure Constipation Sick he Biliousness etc by their EarlyII effect on the liver They never sicken but impart early rising energy Good for children or adults Sold by All Druggists IRVINGTON Fred Alsip of Hawesvllle was here Sunday Hol Drane of Webster was t town Saturday Ir D 0 Heron was in Hardinsbnrg on business Saturday Mr and Mrs Charlie Chamberlain spent Thursday in Louisville Bob McGIothlan was in Louisville last week with a carload of hogs hast4fortseveral days last week on business wereIsvisiting in Ulundeane last week for several days ofdWest Point are visiting Mr and Mrs Will Gardner areelat Cioverport isMiss Ella Kemper of Gratz is a arming visitor of her brother Harrj Kemper Mrs Leah Pate is at home after attending normal school at Harned for the last six months Mr and Mrs A B Coleman left Saturday to visit her daughter Mrs Reasor at Stithon Fordevilleis BatedHerndon Saturday Miss Mary Wrather will return today from Georgetown where she has been attending school Mr and Mrs Charlie Redman and children left last wrek for Glendale- to visit his mother Mrs Henning and children of Basin Springs are with her parents Mr and Mrs Elio Smith Mrs tale Cox and baby have re turned to Louisville after a lengthy visit to relatives and friends Master Edwin Jolly has returned home from Smiths Grove where he has been attending school Miss Ruth Miller came home last Thursday from Oxford Ohio where she has been attending school Miss Virginia Marshall has gone home after a few days visit to her sister Miss Edith Marshall Misses Gertrude and Lillian Stith of Gntson are visitors of Misses Claudie and Maggie Bandy Mr and Mrs Joe W Fowler of Brandenburg spent Sunday the guests their daughter Mrs Grunt Morgan Richardson and son John- organ have gone home after a visit Dr and Mrs L B Moreman One ot the most pleasant evenings spent by the Crimp Club was at the country home of Mr and Mrs Jesse Herndon Thursday evening j Misses Daisy Dean and Emma More man of Glendeane arrived Saturday SYSTEMIC CATARRHs LITTLE yNDERST00D I Claims Many Thousands A Tragedians Thanks to Peruna h x etr AUI of JROBERT DOWNING THE FAMOUS TRAGEDIA- NInspeak 1I I I I sof PRobert draughtylugYou may notice that persons In poorTo sum It up Peruna has done me health always find the heat most Intolmore good than any tonic 1 have ever arable this I avoid by using Pernna I taken Robert Downing know by the thermometer that theDr Hartman was the first physician weather is hot yet I have felt the heat in the United States to accurately do less this summer than overscrlbo systemic catarrh His remedy 1 findPerunn preventative against Peruna the only systemic catarrh rem allsudden summer Ills that swoop upon say yet devised is now known all over one In changing climates and water the civilized world It is the finest traveling companion and Write for a copy of Dr Hartmana safeguard against malarial Influences latest book entltledChronic Catarrh Tho cooling action of Peruna on the Address Dr Hartman President of mucous membrane makes it invaluable The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus to actors and singers as It does away Ohio with that tendency to sudden hoarseness All corresponpenco held strictly con io apt to overtake one on emerging from fidential I from Stnpnensport to visit Mrs J T Mr K M Jolly und son Morris InfirmaryMissgladBaptistalongmeets+ aree rat I Come to ffI fi I OWENSBORO i i To TradeII I I We want an opportunity to convince the good people of CloverportI and Breckenridge county that we can make it to their interest to come to Owensboro to trade and to all who come on the excursion June 10 and buy 1000 or over We will return the Round Trip Fare SPECIAL SALESin every department S FOR JUNE 10th McAtee Lyddane Ray 114116 East Main Street Al Largest department store in the S uthJJ p To Cure a Cold in One Day luUI Jim Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets e PH on every 25cn i rw 2 Ii1 titissPillsa 1 i FOR TORPID LIVER I A torpid liver deranges the whole system and produces J SICK HEADACHE Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheu matism Sallow Skin and Piles There Is no better remedy for these common diseases than DR TUFT proveTake The Breckenridge News I IWEDNESDAY = June 7 1005 Rend Kigers ad B bacon14o IbPopnam Bros Pare lard lie Ib Popham Bros ti Pickled pork84c Ib Pophara BrosLemons15c per dozPopham i Bros yet Everybodys magazine for good v reading staff News office a Popham Bros tne strictly cash grocers Cloverport Ky r Munseys and McClares magazines k are in for JuneNews office Lawn swings and lawn scats for sale at Cloverport Planing Mill I Chas LaHeist of New Albany was here yesterday visiting relatives Mrs Sol Mitchell of Derby was the guest of Mrs A C Sheldon Tues day Mrs H L Stader visited at Bag kett Henderson and Hawesville lastt week Miss Cornelia Ditto returned Sunday to Brandenburg after a weeks visit here- Wallacel Babbage returned Saturday from State college at Lexington for his vacation ItMiss Maud Bannon came up from Hawesville Thursday for a visit here ot several days Miss Jennio Mabel Harris went t I Brandenburg Sunday to visit Miss Cornelia Ditto Mrs Jas Brown and daughter Miss Jessie of Louisville have been Visiting Mrs J L Moorman Mrs Phonia Allen ahd daugnter I Miss Alhe Bell Allan ot Hawesville were the guests of MM A R Fisher SundaybVan Cleave Parrott of Samter N u who has been visiting relatives at Irvington was here last weeK the guest of Harry Hills Mrs T S Nichols and little + daughter were at Hawesville lastt Wednesday to attend the funeral other t brotherinlaw Eli Bozarth Mrs Lewis Finch and daughter t Mrs Walter Lee and son Walter Lee F Jr arrived Friday from Evergreen Ala for a visit to MrVd Mrs R N Hudson Clayton Rice of Greenvillf arrive- Saturday I for a visit of several days toI his aunt Mrs J A Barry while en route home from State college at Lexington Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad were in Tnursday and Friday toI 4attend the comtencemeut of theI New Albany High School where Mr Conrad has a cousin who was aI graduate Miss Jane Smith left Monday tor Shelby vllle to visit her sister Mis I Ella Smith who is attending collegeI at Science Hill From there they go to Eminence to visit Mrs Jack Pryor and Mrs Jas Wilson ti Look through our line of shoes before L buying We can please you in price and quality Bring us your ginseng and yellow root We buy all kinds of country produce Highest prices and correct weight Popham 4 BrosHave J you ever visited Mammoth Cave If not you should join J C Crutcher s party on Tuesday morning June 20 Ho will have a special coach for his party on the L H St L J By also on L N R R 13 for round trip from Cloverport This in + eludes R R fare hotel bills and fees J through both the long and short j routes For partionlais address him 1atWebster Ky When Adam and Eve eat tne forbidden trait they were discharged from t school Then the devil had uo one to eat that fruit so he made it up to the mule Then Adam and Eve tried tot ride that mule but it threw them on their heads As soon as Adam could f breath he said to Eve Preston sells Aunt Sallies salt rising bread r l CONTINUE Those who are treatand strength by regular I withScotts EmulsionII shouldcontlnuethetreatmentInI ands little cool milk with It will i do away with any objection products season sampleSCOTT c 409415 Pearl Street New York soc and roo I ill druggists STEPHENSPORT Mr and IW A Petit hnveI moved to Tell City Oscar Blain of Richmnod Ind is visiting his broth r B F Blain Miss Corn McLoy of Union Star was the guest of Mrs Pike Conn Suu dayMiss Zelrnn Lay closed her sprin term of school at Clifton Mills gas Friday A nice line of fancy candies and lemons just received at R A Shell mansMr and Mrs P U Hawkins Hurl Miss McClure of Union Starattended church here Sunday Mrs Sis Blitz of Louisville is at the Bennett House visiting her daugh ter Mrs S B Schopp Mrs RS Hkillinan and Mrs 31 L Roberts were in Hardinsburg Monday the guests of Miss Euln Hensley Mrs W H Sargent of Fordsville spent the Bret of this week with tier sister Mrs K A Shellman Mrs R A bellman and Misses Bell and Coriue Conn have returned from their visit to Mr and Mrs Hew itt Hawkins at Uniontown A Sunday school picnic will be gin en at Tuckers schoolhouse next Fri day All neighboring schools invited anti requested to bring baskets INTERESTING LETTER WRITTEN BYA NOTABLEWOMAN Mrs Sarah Kellogg of Denver Color Bearer of the Womans Relief Corps Sends Thank to Mrs Plnkham followingletter by Mrs Kellogg of 1628 Lincoln Are Denver ColotoMrsPink LynuMassDearMrs II For live years I was troubled with a tumor which kept fitrs JarafifoJloeo w fc causing me intense agony and- o great mental depression I was unable to attend to my house workand life became a bur den to me Iwas confined for days to my bed lost hopeIand In my distress I tried every remedy which I thought would be of any use to me and reading of tho value of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound to sick women decided to give It a trial I felt so discouraged that I had little hope of recovery and when I began thoughtitgreat surprise I found that I kept gaining while the tumor lessened in size II The Compound continued to build up my f general health and tho tumor seemed to be absorbed until in seven months the tumor was entirely gone and I n well woman I am so thankful for my recovery that I ask you to publish my letter In newspapers so other women may know of the wonderful curative powers of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound When women arc troubled with irreg ular or painful menstruation weakness leucorrh a displacement or ulceration of the womb that bearingdown feel ing inflammation of the ovaries back ache flatulence general debility indi gestion and nervous prostration they should remember there is one tried and true remedy Lydia E Pinkhams Veg suchdtrouble No other medicine in the world has received such widespread and unquali fled endorsement No other medicine has such a record of cures of female troubles Refuse to buy any other medicineMrs invites all sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands to health Address Lynn MassHealth is too valuable to risk in ex periments with unknown and untried medicines or methods of treatment Remember that itis Lydia E Pinkhams curingswomen and dont any druggist to sell you anything else in its place Ii i W A Walkerij DENTIST jjl Satisfaction guaranteed WJ Patronize your homo dentist n Office over Kincheloe Drug Store X HARDINSBURU KY IP1 PISO S CURE FOR CURESWHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couch Syrup Tastes Good Use is tans Sold by druggists CONSUMPTION h zmI 2 = r i Breckenridge Lodge No 01 K of P elected officers as follows Monday night Shelby Conrad U C Henry Meager V 0 A U Sheldon Pre late Geo Younger M W Harry Hills M A Jno Burn I U Jesse Weatherholt 0 U M Weatherholt chaplain Jno Burn alternate The New Era floating palace whose coming is looked forward to here will show here next Friday ANo business of importance was transacted by the city council at Its regular meeting Monday night A J An infant of Mr and Mrs S G Ahl of Hawesville was buried here Thursday i I Rev M M Benton ot Louisville j tiDR R Pe KEENE jjj- jRoproBontlne rI TAYI OR IIIII 1 ITAYLORDENTISTS I i OF OWENSBOROiiw 1 v 1 1 Will be In Dr LlRlitfoots otllce one r out of each month prepare to I gWalt JI entr Iirbe Here May 29 and June 4 iitjtj- JI = =i will preach at the Methodist church Sunday dune 25 J A Ballnian has sold sixtyiou- acres of land on Tarfork creek eight miles from hero to C C Campbell X800While driving to church Sunday morning Miss Ellen Reardon and Wm Reaidon an aged sister and brotherof Victoria were thrown from a spring wagon while their horse was lashing down a hill near Patter sons hill and Miss Reardon was dragged for some distance while fastened to the back of tho vehicle receiving painful but not serious injuries She was badly cut about the lace and her lower lip was torn loose from the jaw She was attended by Drs Simons and Wendelken Mr Reardon was not hurt The lawn fete which will oe given on the vacant lot east of Hamuian Sons store tomorrow evening tor the benefit of the charity eoarttnent ot the Epwortn League promises to be the most enjoyable social event of the year The members of the League will bein costume there will be colonial and Jap booths a gipsy tent two camels with Arab leaders good music and other fe stares Magistrate Jennings fined W T Halliday f72J in his court Saturday for using abusive language to Albert Orum Rev J H Conch of Louisville preached at the Baptist church Sun day Cordial invita tion to make our store and inspect the best and larg est line of ex + r HII1 Warts II + 7 + Advertisements Inserted under this head atone cent a word per week Ion SALF WAUON 1 twoIlOre1 port Ky roil SALE IIAltM FUR SALEFarm 4W mills from Clovir welltlmlnrldout Iou 11111111 Land and fenclnx in cod parttculurscallIon KENTSTOKE KonM KENTOne Ilirge store room In Mu 1 sonic Temple tine location For rates and particulars apply to 1uul Cuinpton Ilnnlliis hart Ky FOIL SALE rPRINTING Tresses nail Outline machines one lot of pood Laundry machines tlasulinEngluestilAILTIN StreetIoulsvlneFOIl SALETlITION CEItTil tATE BryantFSWdtons fualsvllleIori JlfldIcurhBORR OWor moro tors yellrt lit I per cent pay hack monthly Attend cnn noI college start In business own u home etc Address World a Desire Bureau Clillllcothe Missouri LOSTKING at1ophrunsHughesMay Hardinsbnrg Ky June GSpe- Clal The marrngo of Miss Lucy B May to Mr W T Hughes of Wilal ore Ky occurred at the homo of the bride on Main street last Tuesday The Rev U L King per formed the ceremony in the presence of a tow relatives and friends Mr and Mrs Hugiies left on the afternoon train for Wilniore where they will resideMrs Hughes Is the charming young daughter cf Mrs Margaret May with many friends in this county and other portions of the State Mr Hughes is a son ot the Pres ident of Asbnry Col lege at Wilmore and Is a fine young businena man The Twentieth Century floating the atre showed hero Saturday night to a large audience Manager Fort expects to have the ice factory in operation by the first of next week I We Extend to You AIIi you- rheadquarters Agents for STETSONKNOX HAWES HATS in andIAlpine shapes SI and S5 elusive OATS On the basis that the hat makes the manthe better the hattheOur own brands and MENSbetter the manthrrdore theSI to 250 StetsonFURNISHING NatStrawHats GOODS in the must always matt the ideal manOc SI 5150 and city 5nnJlatest Myles PANAMA HATS 5 6 7 8 Summer Underwear of all descriptions and prices Hosiery Beltsand Neckwear to suit everyone Negligee Shirts all Styles 50c 100 150 200 and OUR MOTTO Good reliable goods at reasonable I prices Call fort RebateBook 1 Memberof B M A- Ct e1 I Derby II 3 1 I 1 300 I a A H KIGEL CO Odd Fellows Building I EXCLUSIVE NATTERS AND FURNISIIERS TIIIRD AND ST ANN STREETS OWENSBORO KENTUCKY r MEET ME AT NOLTES This Week YOU WILL NO DOUBT BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR I IOxfordsilj WE HAVE A NICE LOT OF THEM FOR THE TOTS MISSES LADIES MEN AND IILITTLE Hosiery to Suit Let Us Fit Your Feet Always Something New n JiC Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky Cheap and- uncertain grades of Flour They only fret the cook and disappoint the whole family If you procure CAD youllhavewill be good wholesome eatables Front wheat field to consumer the ut most care is exercised in making and handlingCADICKS GOLDDUST FLOUR Money saving prices if quality counts Caolick MillitYg COt INDI Time Passes Quick And your opportunity for the great bar gains now offered AT OUR CLOSING OUT SALE May have zone for tr There is always a right time to do things and that time is now and moreover it is limited Good opportunities such as we now offer never last long therefore dont delay dont wait if you want first classClothing Dry Goods Shoes Furnishings Hats Hard ware Groceries Etc At prices never heard of here before A change in our business is the cause of this SLAUGHTER SALE and values are not considered AVe must sell and- CASH OR PRODUCE ONLY Will buy these bargains Nothing will bo charged in this sale To a party wishing to go in a wellestablished bushics we offer the entire stock and fixtures at a bargain Our stock is still com plete in sizes and open for inspection in our four department store rooms W J SCHOPP STEPHENSPORT KY A ASend in your Subscription to The NEWS Wallace Pierce was down from Louisville Sunday and Monday Groves Tasteless Chill TonicMrs Harry Hamman has oeen vis has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a HalfMillion SOCleaving join her husband 1- R W + 7 T7I r+ r r e f 1e t r r i vet o 1t i r i y i f The Breckenridge News E WEDNESDAY Juue 7 1005 r OPENING OF A GREAT FAIR r 0rI Last Thursday At Portland Portland Ore June IWitht- he gentle touchof a hand upon a golden telegraph instrument President Roosevelt from the White House today gave the signal which formally opened to theI world the Lewis and Clurk cen p tennial exposition monument to h the memories of n pt Merri wether Lewis and William Clark the piomvrs who HO years ago bliurtl the trail which opened upI to tho world the Old Oregont dcountny for the opening of the expositionI could not have been desired Tho literary exorcises whichl preceded the formal opening wer of extraordinary excellence The speakers wore rice President Fair banks Speaker Joseph G Cannonn of the House of Representatives Senator Clark of Wyoming Con grossman Tawney of Minnesota IITuylor Assistanti Secre tary of the Treasury Gov Cham berlain of Oregon and Mayor Williams of Portland When President Goode of the Lewis and Clark exposition too h kISI er5 stand to announce that the cere monies wore about to commence he was greeted with terrific ap plause from tens of thousands of people and similar demonstrations greeted all the speakers of the day perhaps the greatest enthusii asm being aroused by the appear ann of Mayor Williams and of Speaker Cannon upon the rostrum The programme was carried out with but few changes in the orig inal idea A feature whichwas looked forward to with great ex pectancy the playing of Ameri ca upon the chiming bells in the Government building WitS unavoidably omitted the electrical appar atus by which the chimes operated I being out of order at the crucial I moment Everything was in road iness for President Roosevelt the give White the long House awaited signal toIII At the Ioiulusion of Vice Presi dent Fah bank address in Port I land the following telegram vns received by the resident from President Gncjde of the exposi tion 11llcidl 1r and Clark centennial exposition 1 extends greetints to the President of the United State and has the honor to announce that the expo to siMon management awaits President i RoosoVeltS pleasure in trans mitting the electrical energy to ring the chimes in the United States Government building and start the machinery of this expo i sition I After the President had declared 1 OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood c All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes have a ter out the waste or impurities in the blood If they are sick or out of order they fall to do their work Pains aches and rheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid in the they had heart trouble because the heart IsI overworking in pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries- It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin ning in kidney trouble- If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the highest for its l wonderful cures of the most distressing cases I cent jres You may yourblood neglectedkidney unsteadyheart meritsri sample bottle by mall nome or BwunpRoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer 1 fit Co BInghamton N Y k Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampHoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Boot and the address Binghamton on every bottle t A the exposition formally opened he received the following telegram from President Goode To the President of the United tntesIn response to your telegraphic signal the Lewis and Clark beenndeclared opened in the presence of a vast assemblage of distinguished and enthusiastic spectators from all parts of the globe The prompt completion four grounds and corresponding punctual installa tion of exhibits are not only a source of pride in promises fulfilled but of gratification as well in surpassing all exposition re corns The exposition manage ment desires me to express our heartiest appreciation of the hon or conferred by the Chief Execu tive of the whole nation in form ally inaugurating thisI centennialI celebration of the important his ntone achievement which resulted in our great countrys remarkable elopmentcI To this message the President responded H W Goode President Lew is and Clark Centennial Exposi tionI congratulate you and those associated with you in commemor sting this occasion I hope and trust that the treat enterprise you have undertaken will be a fitting memorial to the sturdy and fear less explorers who in the service perilskand the hardships of a vast unknown territory I send gn dings to the representatives of the foreign countries who are coop crating with us in fittingly celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of this event which meant so much for the expansion of our country in the far Northwest Huge Task It was a huge task to undertake the cure of such a bad case of kidney diseases MI that of C F Collier of Chero kee Ia but Electric Bitters did it He writes My kidneys were so far gone I could not sit on h chair without a cushion and suffered from dreadful backache headache and depression In Electric Bitters howeverI found a cure null by them was restored to perfect health I recommend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or stomach Guaranteed by Slxrt Haynes druggists price inC ICue For This County j iThere i ia cue for the farmers of Breckenridge county in the foU lowing from the Owe sboro In gaiteri i At the county meeting of the American Society of Equity will be held in this city on nne 0 the farmers of the county wil1rel1chnn understanding about many thins Tho committee of the various locals will be prepared givo the number of farmers in their respective bounds who have restricted their acreage to 10000 plants to the toad The locals also report on the number of farmers who will agree to hold their wheat for the Equity price of Si per bushel There will be several hundred of these men many of whom have already bought their acks and many others have given their orders for them so as to be preparedat threshing time to take cure of their grain Speed of Sprague The speed with which the Spraguo pushed the largest tow that ever went clown the Ohio and Mississippi rivers from Paducah to Cairo was marvelous says tho Paducah NewsDemocrat She left Paducah at 11 oclock Friday morning und at 515 in the after noon was passing Sixth street at Cairo which is below the bridge Not including the time taken up in running the bridge the Sprague was making over eight miles an hour She ran the bridge without an accident At Cairo ten coal boats and five barges loaded to the brim were added to her tow making a total of seventyone pieces and tho res idents of cities on the Mississippi may know when they see the mon ster craft passing down tho river for New Orleans that they have lookedupon the largest tow ever borne upon its face since the day when it was first known that a river existed 1 I WINCHIJTER Leader and Repeater SMOKELESS POWDER SHELLS Carefully inspected shells the best combinations of powder shot and wadding loaded by machines which give invariable results are responsible for the superiority of Winchester Leader and fA Repeater Factory Loaded Smokeless Powder Shells There is no guesswork in loading them Reliability velocity pattern and penetra tion are determined by scientific apparatus and practical experiments Do you shoot them If not why not They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT M 11 11 w rwfM lFAITH Lila wheeler Wllros I will not doubt though all my ships at sea Come drifting home with broken masts and sailsI1 shall believe the Hand which never fails From seeming evil worketh good for me And though weep because those sails are battered Still willI1 cry while my best hopes lie shattered I trust in Thee J I will not doubt though all my prayers return Unanswered from the still white Realm above I shall believe it is an allwise Love i Which has refused those things for which I yearn And though at times I cannot keep from grieving Yet the pure ardor of my fixed believingUndimmed shall burn I will act doubt though sorrows fall like rain And troubles swarm like bees about a hive I shall believe the heights for which I strive Are only reached by anguish and by pain And though I groan and tremble with my crosses- II yt shall see through my severest losses The greater gain I will not doubt well anchored in the faith Like some stanch ship my soul braves every gale So strong its courage that it will not fail To breast the mighty unknown sea of Death 0 may I cry when body parts with spirit 1I do not doubt so J listening worlds may hear it With my last breath 11 tivW10 A1011 n e A AAA AAAA AA AAAAAAAAAA AAAAA AAAAAA AAA AAA AAAAAA AAA AAAA 9 + ie i 00jtIijt IfIfROUND TRIPi iiLOUISVILLE TO t VIA THE IiIiHenderson Route itj SUNDAY JUNE 11 i iTrains Leave J Cloverport at 507 a m and 952 a m Y Returning Leave IILouisville at 455 p m and 900 p m For full information ask the Agent H + + N4 NNNOO NON NNYYYTYTYYYYTYYYYYYYTYTTTTY Sam Brown Out of Jail Sam Brown colored returned last week from Owensboro where he served thirty days sentence in jail for selling whiskey here with out license Jas Ray also colored was given a thirty days sentence at the time Brown was r M Adjourn Thursday For Summer The Ladies Reading Club was entertained last Thursday after noon by Mrs F P Payne The club will be entertained by Miss Elizabeth Jarboe Thurs day when it will adjourn for the summer months c I i IMcGLOTHLANI i FOR ROAD WAGONS AND BUGGIES SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS 1 WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FUR INDEX AND GREEN SEAL PAINTSII McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky AIIAAa MV 1J tats DR MOFFETTS rttEETHING POWDERS it Druggists or mail 25cto Infanfum Child Only25c JMOFFETT MI D St Louis Vf Hesitate no longer but save tho health and life your child as thousands done by giving these powders TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and over games the effects of tho summers heat upon teething childrenI 7 DR PtC MITCHELL DENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Profession al Prices IJ LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CO- IISCOtIO1 TED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville- Steamers TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wednesday Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 pm Through freight rates and passenget tickets Ito Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 17G Clovorport to Evansville 15 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 15415GI5S 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and P A GEOH WILSON Supt SUMMER EXCURSIONSVIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R to California and Colorado- and to the Lewis nnd Clark Ceafinnial 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 Louisville I to Hot Springs with connections at Louisville from Cincinnati Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to CALIFORNIA Excursion cars through to Los Aogees and San Francisco via New Orleans Every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha the Scenic Haute every Wednes day from Chicago Full Particulars concerning all of the above can be had ot Home Agents or by addressing F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Goes to Indianapolis John Fisher formbrly of this cityhas moved from Owensboro to Indianapolis where he has accepted a position with a buggy company Ascension Day Observed There were many Catholics in town Thursday the day being known as Ascension Day and observed in commem oration of the ascension of the Savior into heaven I Cures Cholera j i Diarrhoea Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles of Children of Jtny Jtge Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strength ens the and MAKES TEETHING EASY Mo other of have and V G BABBAGE J AttorneyatLawPUBLIC a Many years experience in set tlIng estates All collections reas onableCloverport Kentucky Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public r I can survey your Lands j write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home l This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky i H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Lain- 1IARDINSBURQx KY Will practice his profession In all of thtCourts of and adjoIning coun ties SpecIal attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice LlcenseUo practice in United States District Courts Office cvei Sank of Ilardinsburg Cloverport Planing ill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETCtt Stylish Comfortable Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed- J H HUNSCHE J Casper May Co Cannelton Ind 1 Sour v j StomachNo appetite loss of strength nerve ness headache constipation bad brut general debility sour risings and catarrh i the stomach are all due to Indigestion KMcures indigestion This new discovery relents the natural Juices of digestion u thsj wftlltheproperties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure don atonly cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but thli 1 famous remedy cures all stomach trouJltby cleansing purifying sweetening anti k strengthening the mucous msmbrsnes Unlasj the stomach I rays1was1 Kodol cured ms and w ars sow using II la Billfor tubs r iBottlestl UteIzPrpmrd by I O OWITT II 00 OHIOAM Sold by all oDruffgists Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac iandFinger Mashed Off Tobin Groves of Tobinsport wasll here last Wednesday carrying an Injured n lore finger whichi he succeeded in getting mashed off in Louisville while- feediifgaJobpress sa r i a12 1 1T i Th The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY June 7 1005 j ALREADY TAKING BIG SCOPEI tiiIl i Movement Started Here By flethod Ists Finds Favor in Other Districts I T 1 iiOnly last week the following t paragraph appeared in the News importanttrference M E church South which met here last week and one which deserves special mention by itself was the adoption of a resolution instructing delegates to a the annual conference to ask the 1 1general conference to empower I bishops to appoint preachers hav ing special evangelistic gifts to do workof this character Tho res olution was adopted by a vote that was practically unanimous I The resolution was originalwith the conference at its session hereII and was proposed and urged for adoption as such- Concerning the resolution orI memorialand the favor it is al I ready meeting with the Courier Journal says The memorial adopted by the l recent session of the Owensboro 1 district of the M E church I South memoralizing the General i Conference of that church whichII nextf1 tho regular appointment of evangelists I whose business shall be to give all their time to the workof I holding revivals is considered to be a departure of importance ItII is a new movement in the church I j named and was started by the l I Owensboro district and is finding favor in the other districts i A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILESII i Protrudingtt Plies Druggists money I OINTMENT fulls to cure any no mutter jI or how long standing In II to casea ays First application gives ease and rest SOc If your liasnt It send SOc In stamps and It I wile forwarded postpaid by Purls Jledl clue Co St Louis Mo I The Chicago Strike When Colorado had a great Strike the antiwomansuffragists- pft Chicago sent a letter to the Ill fjnois legislature declaring that the Colorado strike was due to the evil influence of woman suffrage Today Chicago is having aI great strike accompanied with 1 1roiting and bloodshed Now it jr will be in order for Colorado women I to tell the public that the J eilJtension of Suffrage to Women I At all events the A 0 F EfS W has not prevented the strike and therefore the A 0 F E S Yois clearly a failure and of no use whatever At any rate that is ChicagoAntisColorado and it is a poor rule that will waysAlice Who would exchange the merry noise of children at play with the childless homeI where the clock tick can be hoard hourf ai i1 Itrl T1 1 are a groat many who would ltousowlththochlldren silent that into has refused thorn Fate Is often in this case only another word for ignorance Many a alnd mother dates her happiness from the day she first began tho use of Doctor Plercos 1 j PrescriptionIt with the cure of female and the establishing of tho doll organs In sounghealtb the 11weakness for tho Joy of motherhood Prescription Is a specific for nllmontq peculiar to women It euros thorn perfectly permanentlyNo can do for women so much as PrescriptionDo a other medicine be palmed off on you as just as C P goodFavorite Prescription Mr contains no alcohol opi um cocaine or other nar GOt Co It is strictly a temperance modlcino J1 I can truly say your medicine Is a friend refminewrites Mrs Arthur nratt ot Am horstbursr CanadanI am mother ot tour children and suffered greatly at timoe- r of birth of first three When three months along wltb the last one I began to think of trlne some medicine to oaso those terrible Drina and asked our doctor whether there w 1 anything he could give me to lessen la alas do Slid there was nothlDII thatcoup help mOo then thought I would writeI to Dr Pierce Ie advised me to take his Favorite Proscription I started to take It atfourth month I was very weak had heart trouble and would faint away two or throe times a day Our doctor could not help mo and life was a drag I would often say oh it- S I could only die In one of these spells but I took five bottles of Favorite Prescription and felt bettor every way Got along well at delivery I had heard of painless c childbirth and I thought It must be a good 4medlclnothat would help those pains but I know now formyself and can not toll It plain l enough Your Favorite Prescription Is the t best medicine as we mothers know I advise months old and Isalstrongihealthy bornur iI Dr Purees Pellets Cure Constipation s C i i J a Gets Position At Terre Haute Harry Hamman who recently wont to Springfield Ill to work for the Wabash railroad as boilermaker has gone to Terre Haute Ind to take a position with the Vandalia railroad The Vandalia railroad pays higher wanes to boiler makers than tho Wabash this causing him to make the change FOUND Odd Notice in Prominent Southern Paper of Interest to Cloverpor Residents One of the best known newspapers in the South is the Guide ot Dunn N C Its publisher J P Pitman sendsI us the clipping with request to pubI HsbFouudby the editor of the Guide- a bottle of Hyoniei the wonderful treatment that cures catarrh without stomach dosing We can speak in highest praise of its remarkable power to cure and relieve catarrh of the head and throat This mention is made not as an advertisement but in the interest of those who suffer the torture of that terrible disease ca tarrhIn sending the clipping Mr Pitman wrote the following letter ell enclose a little piece from my paperissued today You will see from this that I desire to push the selling of Hyomel as far as possible I nm using it in my own family and find that it gives the desired relief so that I take pleasure in spreading far and near kuov tarrh ledge of this sure relief for theI Short Haynes in preparation for the catarrhal troubles of this season of the year have ordered a large stock of Hyotnei and sell it under guarantee to refund the money if it does not relieve The complete outfit costs but 1 and extra bottles can be obtained for 50 cents Ask them to show you the strong guarantee under which they sell it This remarkable remedy medicates the air you breathe soothing and healing the mucous membrane of the air passages and making a complete cure of the worst case of catarrh ParisRome Telephone Rome In a few weeks the French and Italian capitals will be directly united by telephone After many puzzling failures the problem of the connection has now been solved Angelini chief of the Italian telegraph department Thursday rang up Gaston Calmette editor of the Paris Figaro honoring him with the lira direct talk over the wire and sending him a fraternal message from the Italian press After an exchange of compli ments Angelini invited the Par isians to listen to some Italian music He then adjusted a phonograph to the telephone and the music of Traviata played in Rome was heard with the greatest distinctness in Paris After Remedial Legislation An organization was formed in Louisville last Wednesday afternoon styled The Associa tion of Commonwealths Attor neys of Kentucky Among the fifteen State attorneys present was J 11 Layman of this dis trict The principal object of the association is to secure remedial legislation They claim to bei badly handicapped by present conditions especially in the chal lenging of jurymen having only five to fifteen exorcised by the de fense One prominent member gave this as a reason for the mea ger number of convictions inl felony cases The next meeting will be heldl at Grayson Springs July 31 The Japanese Loss Late dispatches from Tokio are to the effect that the Japanese loss in the recent great navalI battle in which the last Russian fleet in the Far East was sweptG from tho sea was three torpedo boats sunk three officers killedl and about 200 men killed and dis abled Has Office Here Again Attorney H C Murray ofE Hardinsburg has rented the rooms over the Fair which ho formerly occupied to use as an office and will practice law here again beginning today 1 Pr tr POLKA DOT CANS ONEtGALLONOFE4CHlndot shy1 HOUSE H oNTLINSEEDOL rr EsrPArarrd Memorandum2aImportant 40 soao 4I1 1a4 I q1f1144 flw aawoo s Ta4N44hfr 4I naaJMW Il 4i ll Ital Ml In f4f ThUtfc prftMMM a III ra14fr LaOJ tfc pat piaut1 IJO 00 When we tell you paint you buy the linseed oil teparattly We know from our upcroene that puntwithout fresh Imietiioil iit not going 10 lost very long Of coune K may look welt in the beeinnmebut in the end what Wee here in bustneis rsuyand when we recommend Kinloeh Punt we certainly must be positive of its staying qualities too We can give you tome real r rrrution on panting When you are ready to buy come and sr ut about t tJiiPAINT Irvington with rash putt linseed Ky oil KI N LOCK PAINT COMPANY Two Birds With One Stone Go out and see the Lewis and Clark Exposition at Portland Oregon this Summer Take in Colorado en route Visit Yellow Slone Park if you like or go down the Pacific Coast and see San Francisco and the wonders of Lower California while you are at It Thats more than two birds but it all can be done at one ratea greatly reduced rate at that S Full information on request t I GEO II LEE G P A II I McGUIRE D PAII Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0- tt j 4 j Nations Strength Prevents Harm In New York lat week Presi dent Roosevelt delivered stirring Decoration Day address paying a splendid tribute to the men who composed the Northern and not forgetting those of the Southern hosts Most notable in his speech was an expression of his hope that as the Nation increased in strength there would come a cor responding increase in its sense of responsibility which would prevent its people from either injurying or insulting other people and his declaration that the surest way for a nation to invite disaster is to be opulent aggressive and unarme- dThomasSterett Announcement has been nude of the approaching marriage of Mr Sims Thomas and Miss Ethel Sterett popular young people of Hawesville on June 28 Miss Sterett is a daughter of Mrs Ella Storett and of the late Chas G Sterett while Mr Thomas is a son of Mr and Mrs W S Thomas He is at the head of the Hawesville Hub Mfg Co and one of the leading young business men of that place Both young people are known here Boat For New Purpose J M North tL Co of New York have purchased the packet Vincennes from parties at Wheel ling Va to run in the Louisville and Henderson trade The boat willconvey nothing but poultry and dairy supplies for the New York company and will make her trips twice a week She is a me diumsized boat and is built for speed She made her initial trip last week lGoes South in October Washington June lPresi dent Roosevelt will start on his trip through the South next autumn on the night of the 17th of October This announcement was made at the White House to day Coupled with it was the statement that the ordinary sess ion of Congress which it is the present intention of President Roosevelt to call will not begin until after the November election Has Contract to Wreck Building J Wesley Steel has been given the contract to wreck the old brick buildings on the property of the Breckenridgo Cannbl Coal Co Limited by J A Barry the local agent r r IEDIBLE BIRDS NESTS The Wny They Are Gathered liy the Dyukn III lloriito Edible birds nests are found In tin clefts of rooks or In underground caves which are frequently of grout extent John MncGregor In writing of u bird nesting experience ho had In IJonntu says Uff we wont with about a dozen Dyuks as tho little bronze aborigines of this part of Borneo are called for guides The entrance to the cave wad so small and so elevated that 1 hut some little dllllculty In reaching It After we had traveled for some Ills tance we came across the inevitable stream The ground which was to a great extent composed of the bed of the stream was rough and Irregular We were lighted on our way by torches carried by our Dyak guides At last we came to a passage that seemed a veritable eye of a needle so hard It was to enter for it looked so narrow and confined that I despaired of over getting through It When I fairly got squeezed Into the breach I could force myself neither upward nor downward for that was the direction of the pas sage and there I was suspended like Mohammeds cotlln or a trussed fowl By dint of wriggling however I at last found myself on the top of the passage minus n certain amount of skin and some buttons from my tight fitting khaki coat Still on we Jogged for the best part of a mile when lo anti behold the- ca s In which the birds were breeding and which were to be the limits of our underground wanderings A faint guilt mer of light could be seen itbrough a rift In the rocks far above us and It was through this small rift which was a sealed passage even to tho Dyaks themselves that tho birds passed In their Journeys to and from their nesting grounds Our arrival of course disturbed whatever birds were there and they disappeared as best they could And there for a time we watch ed the Dyaks going through their gym nastics of robbing the birds nests with their ropes and long poles creep lug along the high ridges and ledges in the lurid light of the torches like un earthly specters These peculiar nests are built by a species of swallow The nests consist of shallow cup shaped cavities truncated at one side where they are attacked to the rocks like brackets to a wall and forming something like n two thirds segment of a circle It Is not always easy to get at them as they are sometimes glued to the per pendicular sides of the solid rocks high overhead so that the nest hunters have to scale these crags with ropes and poles to get at them In substance they consist of an elastic semItrans- parent mucilaginous material which Is said to be a secretion or macerated food from the crops of the birds them selvesAs robbing these nests for commercial purposes forms a part of the Dy aks means of livelihood the birds have frequently to build twice or even three times during the season before they are able to hatch their offspring and It Is noted that each successive crop of nests deteriorates In both construction and composition The nests built at the beginning of the season are bright and transparent and are consequently known on the market as white uests but when they are rob bed the next crop Is not nearly so pure In substance Subscribe for the NEWS f c- j Weve Hired Uncle SanAs our agent to SHOW and SEW our goods and an investment through him with ui 1as better than a Govern ment Bond This is a special offering of men s SandSuits at X15 They are black Thibet for dress wear and fancy Uissimeres aud i Worsteds in light medium and dark fva patterns for business wear They t 7are GUARANTEED AL WOOI and made In thoroughly uptodale Styles What we nsk you to do is to write J P and ask for samples and measure bianks saying you saw TIns ad in THIS paper Ours is the largest and oldest house in our line in the South We OWN our building and have done business on the SAME SPOT for over FORTY YEARS Wefil1 CLOTHING HATSand FURNISH INGS for men and boys SHOES for everybody We PAY EXPRESS on 5 worth and send all goods SfnjECT TO APPROVAL Style books for all lines free on request Jet us hear from you LEVYSThird LOUISVILLE U u ii Bank of Hardinsburg rOFFICfi Br F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS i Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beardt Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson Tia Insured against loss by fire or burglary I Interest paid on time deposits I NN N N N N N N NN N NNN The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Ca ptal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 W H BOSSIER 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 IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits ue tlhlNtN N NH 1LIiASN lN First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vicepresident H H KEMPER Cashier IIIIAeeounl of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited IIIIInterest Paid on Time Deposits ISSS UU OIWM fANSNNSSNSN ttN THE The most centrally located and only i firstclass hotel In the city making a Fifth Avenue T00 tjIHOTEL the rateii t11Streetcurs pass the door to all parta Iof the city I l Louisvillei I I I KyEverything neat andiclean M MPIKEJ CAMPBELL Mgr + I r 11 lNNaaNSaftosmaNoNN21 IMoreI 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 by the Southern will call 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 SbeginI track between Greensboro and High Point It is a continuing won der how the Southern Railway contrives to handle so many trains passenger and freight on a single track between Greensboro and Charlotte with so few accidents and a contin uing cause of congratulation to the alert and clearheaded train dispatchers The Southern is a great system the most effective developer of the South and it has not undertaken its doubletracking policy too early Think of the volume of its traffic fifty even twentyfive years from nowCharlotte Observer TO OBTAIN THE BEST RESULTS USE THE Southern Railway S H HARDWICK W H TAYLOE Passenger TraUic Munnjfor tienrral Passenger Agent Washington D C i 4 N N 1N 0 01N NNON1 NNNNIN r r Owensboro WEEK END Excursion1 SATURDAY JUNE 10 f The merchants of Owensboro take this opportunity to extend to the people of Breckenridge county a cordial invitation to come to our fair city and trade We want you to come and get acquainted with us and our ways of trading We assure you that whether or not you buy you are welcome yes more than welcome to make your headquarters at our stores while in our beautiful city WE WELCOME YOU WE WELCOME YOU b 1 r redt Cut Price Salea Andersons Big Department Store commences its great j cut price sale of Carpets Rugs Mattings Lace Curtains Millinery Ladies Readyto wear goodsDress Goods and Clothing one Sturdy June 10 This will probably be the first opportunity you have ever had to buy goods at one of the famous Anderson Sales Special Provisions have been made by which everybody will be properly ser- vedAndersons Dept Store 200202 204 Main St I KvIA Special Invitation A specIaI invitation te weeded w the people of Breekaa ritfff county when in Owens boro to visit our store Every conrenicne arranged for vititora Bugftgt will bt token cart of frtl of chug and wt wish you to avail your Hlvtt of this opportunity Wo ire retailers of Clothinf- Hfct And Furnishing Goods of a Decidedly Good Quality- A compute clothing tort where moderate prices prevail The RudyPole Clothing Co Incorporated Owensboro Kentucky Satisfactory Hardwareact Satisfactory Prices Satisfaction in every sense of the word as it pertains to the quality of our wares Satisfaction in every sense of the word as it applies to the price of our goods That is our policy A po licy that has pleased your neighbor and will please you When you come to Owensboro come to Steitlers modern hardware store and get the benefit of this broad policy iA STEITLER Jr111 W Main S- tOwensboro Ky The only- ExclusiVe Shoe store In the city Selling high Class Shoes Gropp BrothersMa- in StNorth Court house Owensboro Ky season like like New two big every from In your from us you only buy you cheap erbut also get your railroad fair paid Be sure to visit our ment 117 W Main St Owensboro STYLISH MILLINERY Without the Stylish Price The of this store is in charge of one of the most ladies in the city Latest styles Low est prices will be given the best of our service OUR EXTENSIVE SHOE Department We have one of the largest and choicest stocks of shoes for youths ladies and gents and sell them at the prices MONTAGUE BARNES East Main St Otveusboro Ky AheadjJnAn The Kind That Throw The Dust A ahead in styleA finish a looking glass Will wear iron and nobby inone buggies rubber tired traps cushioned phaetons surries of On Our FloorReady To Hitch A factory full to choose 3rd St Elizabeth S- treetsOWENSBORO A Double 1r Saving making not 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