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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r TM K4 n rfr vyw W THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 1 11 JtALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT IIIIiIiVOLXXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 14 1905 8 Pages NO 48 IEDWARD McAFEE IS INJURED Bridge Supervisor of the Henderson Route Has Both Legs Broken Edward McAfee of this city bridge supervisor for the Henderson Route evhadtthe day by being struck by a piece oft piling The piling was being loaded b on a car when one end slipped andw gjtruok Mr McAfee below the knees The accident occurred shortly after noon The piling was being bade on the tpila driver train trom the side of the track with a derrick Some ot the piling was abont fifty feet Inla length and as Mr McAfee ws takkl ing a measurement while standing thenear the train one of the long pieces was swung into place The larger end accidentally caught in a drain bpx and the smaller end swung around with great three striking Mr McAfee and Causing a compound fracture ofu the right leg above the ankle and aw simple break of the left lee below the knee Fortunately be was struck in the lower part of the body and sail the erVJi no internal injarlpsUThe injuries ot Mr McAfee were dressed by Dr JY 1rowitr surgeon irthe Henderson Route at West yPoint and then he was brought onbl SVsRDclal train to his home in this i city where he has been testing very w IIlaUntil Mr McAfee recovers from hish seinjuriesor for the main and branch lines of the Henderson Route will be locked after by J G Brashear of West Point bridge supervisor on the exten slbn who will give part ot his time toal each division of the roadaeLife The poets exclamation 0 Life = I fAeI thee bounding in my veins II is a joyous one Persons that can rarely or never make it in honesty to themselves are among the mot unfortunate They do not live hut exist for to live implies more than to be To live is to be well and strongtoW arise feeling equal to the duties of the day and to retire not overcome by themto feel lire bounding in the veins A medicine that has iifade thousands of people men and sewomenpushed a great work bestowing the richest blessings and that medicine J in Hoods Sarsaparilla The weak rundown or debilitated from anytI cause should not fail to take it It builds np the whole system changes existence into life and waKes lite ed more abounding We are glad to say these words in its favor to the readers or our rolumnsmNew State S S Officers Somerset Ky June 10The State Sundayschool convention closed last i night The next place ofmeftingwill be Ashland The following officers were elected W J Brown Somerset president the Rep H J Derthick Hazel Green Jesse T Gosnell Leitchtield the Rev FranK Hardy Louisville vice presidents E A Fox general secretary T UGerbiur Henderson W J Vaughn Madge Field secretaries E N Woodruffr treasurer Miss Nannie Lee Frayser superintendent primary department by E K Taylor Beechmont snperin tendent training department J Shreve Durham Greensburg house Cohouse visitor the Rev H G Og den Louisville head ot home depart WAnt No Secret About ItwIt is no secret that for Cuts Burnsw Ulcers Fever Sores Sore Eyes Boils etc nothing is so effective as Buck leas Arnica Salve It didnt takee long to cure a bad sore I had and it is all O K for sore eyes writes D L Gregory of Hope Tex 2ic at Short Haynes drug storeCIIce Factory in Operationfl The Cloverport Water Light Ice companys ice faotory with a daily capacity of ten tons began operation Friday and the company is now sup plying the city and vicinity Besides a Tobinepoprt a market for their product a r points on the main and branch lines of the Henderson Route Eugene tGolf has charge of tho factorys delivery wagon here The price of ice is lower here now than it has been in several years Douglas Rafferty was the guest of relatives in New Albany Saturday and Sunday oC OA8r1ORIA theiliaKind You Have Always Bought Deere W SignatureACf EPWORTH LEAGUE LAWN FETE THURSDAY WAS A MOST SUCCESSFUL SOCIAL EVENT The lawn fete given last Thursday ening by the Epworth League on vacant lot between tho stores of MHarntnan Son and Julian Brown pronounced by many who attended to be the most enjoyabe social event for the benefit of either veils I fous or fraternal organizations in the I history of the city It was in some respects more like a carnival than aI fete and the first affair ot the ever given here Though not as large as some other social events in past it was more attractive and comprehensive in detail for its size Pleasantly surprised and delightfully entertained were those who attendee and highly gratified were the Leaguers er its results In every respect it a decided success One of the happy features was tho short time occupied in preparing for fete a holt hundred or more Leag working together harmoniously and preparing their costumes various booths and other features just a few day bufore the event Nearly all mem of the League who took part were costumed this being n feature which WES very pleasing and which helped to draw the crowd The cos were all faithful in the repre ntation ot the various nationalities presser and under the brilliant Illum- Ination of scoria of Japanese lanterns and a locomotive headlight they made a pretty and gay scent Flags bunting on the various to the beauty of the spectacle Cream cakes cold drinks and other refreshments were served at the Mrs Withers Recital The following was written by friends and patrons of Mrs Withers and is published at their request Haidmsbnrg Ky Jan 0 On Friday evening June 2 Mrs ithers music class gave a recital at tne opera house to one of the largest crud most appreciative audiences eve gathered in our town At 830 the program opened and from the first lection to the last the interest and keen enjoyment was plainly visible and manifested by continued applause There wm not one dull moment and musicloving people are loud in their praise ol this mist brilliant affair The finest of music was render even the smallest pupil playing sweetly and creditably little Eloise HOOK the baby of the class Mary Em a Baker and Ruth Hajned tJrstyeat pupils and bright little Judith Ellen Beard wnnlng all hearts with her sweet birdlike voice and tier InstrumontallolosThe were tine and werA greatly enjoyed and showed that the drilling was dens by one who thor oughly undertood the art ol successful chorustraining The program was interspersed with duetts and trios bright sparkling and beautifully rendered by each pnpil Specially admired wore Parade Revien by Misses Margaret Beard and Louise Beeler and Pizzicati II Isabelle Hendriok and Ruth Har ned The praise bestowed on Mary Franklin Beard and Francis Dillon was justly merited They are both highlytalented faitnfnl workers and will some day stand high in the musical world The recitation by John Skillman music was greatly enjoyed as as his duet played with Miss Margaret Beard Misses Martha and Isabel Gardner l in piano mnsio and their brilliant rendition of solos and duets calls for the highest praise With the care tut and thorough training they are re we can but predict a bright for them Miss Louise Beeler in voice is aI star and it Is given to few girls other age to so completely hold andI charm an audience Her magnificent soprano voice is rare and with such wonderful gift she will some day be a Queen of Song II The pantomines were most beauti fut and threw a soft shade ot colorrn over the already perfect program Hardinsburg should be proud of Mrs Withers Her devotion to her worlf is unsurpassed She has proven herself musician in the true sense and a mostt capable and successful instructor National Organizer Will Speak- H B Sherman national organizer the American Society of Equity will speaK at the barbecue which willI be given at Hardinsburg on July 4 by N Pute John ORlley Huse ana Jnbal Hook booths and lOt tables Masic was fur nished by a local orchestra There was a colonial booth a Jap anese booth and a German booth George Washington and colonial maids presided at the colonial booth andliThe Mikado and Japanese girls at the Japanese booth There was a gipsy tent where Zella toM your past present and future in aide aud where a Turk in his native robes stood guard at the entrance There were two camels Americanized into donkeys each lead by an Arab in his native dress that carried all who desired to spend their time and money for a ride on these beasts of burden Uncle Sam was on hands throughout the evening with a grabI baj which you could have a grab at for only five cents and there was a Chinaman selling candy rats Ger man boys were waiters and German girls were cashiers at the tables where ice cream was served There were spielers on every ride epielers in costume and spielers not in costume but all using their lungs for the bene fit of the League There were pretty girls everywhere and one of the interesting features ot tho evenings entertainment was a contest at tho colonial booth to decide the prettiest girl on the grounds Miss iwa Plants receiving the highest number of votes The gross receipts of the fete was abouts4d Most of the proceAds will bR used by the charity department of the League in its work in this city and vicinity Remarkable Cow Dead Regarding the death of a remark able cow owned by Mrs Frank Eades who formerly resided in this city and is well known here Sundays Owens boro Inquirer saypin part Mrs FranK Eades is disconsolate for the loss of her cow Rose and well she may be The animal was looker tamrsly and when she died Saturday her owner shed tears of genuine sorrow Rose was torn in May 1883 In May 1835 twenty years ago she had her first calf Since that time she had neen dry six weeks It 13 calculated that in that time she gave 17250 gallons of milk and made 0210 pounds of butter Counting the milk as skimmed milk and buttermilk was worth 1725 and at the price that cutter has averaged for many years it was worth lr00 a total of 3285 Ht last calf was born in 1100 andshe has been giving milk constantly since that time She was milked Friday evening and seemed to be iiu perfect health as she was in fine condition Her death was certainly the result or old age All who use Atomizers in treating nasal catarrh will get the best I from Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price including spraying tube 75cts Sol by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros r0 Warren St N Y New Orleans Sept 1 1900 Messrs Ely Bros I sold two bottlesI of your Liquid Cream Balm to a customer Wm Lamberton 1415 Delachaise St New Orleans he has1 used the two bottles giving himI wonderful and most satisfactory results Geo W McUnff Pharmacist Matron at Confederate Home Miss Lela Henly has accepted tho position of matron at the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley Miss Henly was postmistress under both of Cleve lands administrations She assumedI her dnties last week Regarding the appointment of Miss Henly to the position the Owonsboro Inquirer eays ditonallr Miss Lela Henly of Cloverport has been elected matron of the Confederate home a Pewee Valley If the state had been gone over a more worthy deserving I capable and efficient woman could nott have been found for the place II FallBHawesville Ky June 10 Owen Murphy farmer aged 59 was thrown from his wagon here to day and fall Ling on his head broke lira peak indI died immediately He bad come to town from his farm two miles above town for a load of coal and was returning home with it He had been drinking as was his habit gad was standing up in the wagon driving o attempting to drive his team whet the wagon wheel hit a rook and he was thrown out with the above result Send in your Subscription now SECOND RAILROAD FOR CLOVERPORT Right of Way For Proposed Line From Madisonville Secured and Work Will Begin This Summer Sundays CourierJournal con tamed a special dispatch from Madisonville which read as follows The right of way of the new proposed railroad between this city and Cloverport was secured today through Hopkins county to Pond river President H II Holcman and others of the Com mercial Club went over the entire distance in vehicles tool signed every inch of ground needed in this county Tho right of way through Muhlenberg and Brecken ridge counties hits been secured thereby assuring the road Bonds will be issued at once for the con struction which will begin this summerThe first mention of the propos ed railroad from Madisonvillc to Cloverport in the News was not made until lust week The move ment to build the road has been pushedalmost entirclnt the Madisonville end of the line and the people of this county have not been interested in the project until very recently From what can be learned from various sour ces the railroad seems to be a cer taint A railroad like the one proposed would open up one of the richest and most extensive coal and timber belts in the State and would be of incalculable bone tit to Cloverport- As far as is known hero the right of wily in Brcckenridgc county has not been secured itt is thought that the route by which the proposed road will come will bo over tho old short line roadbed from Victoria as it and also the old pier into the Ohio river could be profitably utilized JJ A Burry local agent of the Breckenridge C tune Coal com pany says that the right of way beenrsecured through him as agent hut way have been through the cen tral oflice of his company School Teachers Elected The many friends here of Prof T P Xing will be gratified to know that he has been reelected forayeahtThe assistants to Prof King as elected by the trustees are Ed mund Wroe Miss Jennie Patterson and Missl Maggie Wroe Mr Wioo will have charge of the advanced department Miss Putt et on of the intermediate said Miss Y roe of the primary There iis only one change in the faculty Miss Wroe succeeding Miss Mary Jarboe Funeral at Hardinsburg Hardinsburg Ky June 131Spe ciahTho infant child of Mr an Mrs Peter Sheeran of Kirk die Saturday and was buried at Sr Romnalds cemetery Sunday Tho Rev Wm L Gabe conducted the funeral ceremonies GarfieldtGarfield Ky Jnne 13Speclal- On account of the dry weather and scarcity of plants there will not b more than half a crop of tobacco planted in this vicinity 1Victor Pile Out of Danger Hardinbsnrg Ky Jane 13See aialJoel H Pile writes that his brother Victor Pile who is ill of typhoid fever is much better and his physician pronounces him out ot dan ger He Is at Redlands Cal Mrs Sam Hook Dead rGnrtie11 Ky Jane 18Speolah Mrs Sam Hook daughter of Jam s Kennedv Sr died Thursday and was varied at lhi family burying ground near Garfield II DEATH OF MRS WEBB TAYLOR Was Born in This County and She Was Very Widely Connectedr Mrs Webb Taylor of Tobins port who was born and reared in in this county and who is widely all connected here and at Tobinsport he to died1 yesterday morning at 750II oclock after an extended illness A tumor for which she was oper ated on in Louisville several en weeks ago and which could not be l removed was the cause of hett deatha irs Taylor was born near thu Ilardin place near this city about 1803 She was a daughter of Capt and Mrs Nat Altlof Mo weaqua 111 formerly of this county and also of Tobinsport After her marriage to Mr Taylor she moved toTobinsport where she resided until her death Mrs Taylor is survived by her husband two daughters Mrs Hugh Gardner of near Hawes dUe and Mrs Jesse Stith of Toll insport her parents and the fol lowing brothers and sisters Alex Ahlof Tobinsport Charles and James Ahl Miss Frankie Ahl anti Mrs Luther llelvitt of Mowcaqua She has other relatives in this county and at Tobinsport Mrs Taylor was a member of the Baptist churchand a woman well liked for her rood qualitiesl The funeral will be held thi l morning at tl oclock from the Baptist church at TobinsportKev J F Wmcholl willconduct the services READ TillS Hopkiusville ICy J1I1e71901 This is to certify that I was troubledI i with kidney and bladder disease fo three years and found nothing to relieve me until I tried the Texas WondertHalls Great Discovery has jriven ate positive relief and I think a permanent cure Jas M Htpkins A TEXAS WONDER it One small bottleot the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all1I I kidney and bladder troubles removes1 gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weaK and lame hacks rhea matism andall 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 onII receipt of fl One small bottle is twoI months treatment and seldom failsI to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 020 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by nil druggists Will Build Two Barges- T F Sawyer is making nreparations to build two barges sixteen feet wide and sixtyfive feet long out of the hull and one side of a big coal barge which was caught here laHt winter iinI the ice and for which he paid il85 to the Consolidated Coal Joke com pany The barge was one that broke loose from a fleet at Rock Haven during the heavy ice and was caught here by about a dozen persons and tied np just below H L Morton Sons eaw mill Mr Sawyer will rent the barges when completed and willI have them also for his own use iin 1the connection with his gasoline boat Obituaryd McManawnyo t t McManaway of near Tarfork was I born May 4 1844 and died June 2 1005 She died of spinal trouble at I the home ot her sister Mrs Angelmo Sanders at Victoria She was ill abcut ten weeks She leaves one bro J Fordsevale and one sister Mrs Angeline I Sanders The interment was at the Sanders burying gronnd Elder H Craig conducting the services Equity Picnic at Bewleyville Bewleyville Ky June 13Spe- ciai Farmers are spending this week laying low their golden grainI which will command Equity pricesI After harvest they propose to have a goodall day picnic in some cool shady place and exchange ideas as to the ways and means of carrying on their work Every one is requested to to part Subscribe 5 Ifor the NEWS I 1 Obituary When the sun went down on the grave of Mr Harrison Dowell on February 28 IGOr it shone on the last resting place of one of the oldest and bestKnown citizens of this Breck enrldgej county Mr Dowell was born this county in 1810 Ho passed his 1 lpg useful life near the place was born In 1815 ne wrs worried Miss Nancy Jones a lady of great intelligence arid one well fitted for the useful life she Jived rearing to womauand manhood a family of soy children Of these two Mrs Mattie Grant and Mr Marion Dowell died leaving families of their own and others passed away at an early making ten children born to this Mr Dowell was converted at the age of sixteen years and joined the Cumberland Presbyterian church eevsentysix years old at which time he was led to see that to fulfill all righteousness be must be burled with Christ in baptism which ne was When he went down into the water and came up out of it clothed in newness of life He was not a demonstrative Christian but walked in a humble quiet path of rectitude- r doing all that laid in his power and ability for the good of those around im Ho was an obliging and peace able neighbor n visitor nag helper to the sick and afflicted But he is gone not dead but only sleeping That he will he missed is needless to say The companion of his youth still survives him She is now seventyseven years old and is only waiting to greet him on the other shore The children who survive him are Lewis Dowell of Sample Ky Will Do well of Oak Hill West Va Mrs Logan Basham of Ktpple Kan Mrs Leon Atkisaon Poe Kan and MrsG W Payne Stephensport Dear father thou liner gone and left us- And thy loss we deoplj feel But tis trod that hast bereft us He can all our sorrows heal But in Heaven wo hope to meet thee Where no farewell tear is shed With all the loved ones gone well greet thee When our sorrows all are fled IMrs Rachel B Lay Stephensport Ky June 4 1005 Cures Without Stomach Dosing Hyomel Cures Catarrh by Simple Breathing Short Haynes Refund Money If It Falls To Cure A long stride toward solving the 1mste r ofcuring catarrh was taken with the discovery of Hyomei In fact percentage of cures by this treat meet proves it squirt to the final test The folly ol taking medicine into the stomach to cure catarrh of the nosey throat and lungs his been realized by physicians but not until Hyouiei was known had they a practical method that would obviate stomach drugging A complete Hyomei outfit costs but fl and consists of a neat pocket in haler that can be used anywhere with out attracting attention a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei Ex tra bottles of Hyomei cost but 50c Breathing Hyomei through the in haler every particle of air that enters the nose throat and lungs is charged with a healing balsam that soothes and allays all irritation kills the catarrhal germs and enriches the blood with ad ditional ozone Short SC Haynes have so much faith in the power of Hyotnei to cure catarrh that they are selling it under their per sonal guarantee to refund the money if it does not give positive relief kebiros Verna Ryan of Tobinsport lias returned trom a visit in Louis ville rs t t i 1 i- T4r BreQkenridge News WEDNESDAY June 14 1005 IIMPROVEMENTS OF HENDERSON ROUTE Will Build Terminals in Louisville New Depot At OwensboroTo Build Extension to Uniontown It developed yesterday that the block I surrounded by Thirteenth Fourteenth Main and Market streets purchased by the Columbia Finance sued Trust Company is to be used for terminals for the Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway Company says the Louisville Herald The Trust Com pany purchased the property last tall in small parcels paying for it an aggregate of about 200000 but thei Miin lest secrecy was maintained ry t the bject of the purchase TbereI was tine small parcel of property o the ilork that could not be purchased aul it wag when the railroad company rTint condemnation proceedings yesterday that the object of last fall fur lies was mode known All the ITvpfrtv u the block had been pur btst1 ear ept St Patricks church ii Icirteentb and Market streets and the IUhial school and residence ad joining The t11 i I road company has servo- notil e on all occupants in the block to vacate the premises in thirty days and v terday condemnation suits were i ruueht to secure property now wcurie1i hyl William Boettuer George J untiuan Mrs Lizzie bcbahler Matu ih Kruod George Tchn Charles Iud Jf Boettner The property fronts fifteen fret on Main And runs back 105 feet The Louisville Henderson and St Loaisrailway will have one oi the finest and most convenient terminals in the city independent of the Illinoisi iI Lentral over whose tracks it now en tern the uity It used the Seventh street depot for a pavenger station and used the freight lines of tne Illi nois Central- The terminal location will be espec ially convenient on account of railroadl connictions in the vicinity which include the Pennsylvania lines the LontsvHle Bridge Illinois Central Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern Monon and Louisville and Nashville II railroads The la tter road is reached over the Louisville Bridge CompanysI tacks The Louisville and Nashville road gets 51 per cent of the Hender son Routes gross earnings in traffic jj to St Louis and the Louisville and j Nashville tracts are used between Evansville and Louisville by the Hen derson Route To Build Passenger Depot j j Ariangements are being completed j i for the building of a passenger depot in Owensboro by ttie Louisville HenI j derson and St Louis railroad says the Conner Journal General Manager j i McCrackeu rays tnat the attempt tO i get an agreement between all of the roads entering Uwensboro so that j a union station can ne provided is still being persisted in but that one or the roads has thus far refused to II become a party to such an agreement The Louisville and Nashville he sae is anxious to enter into an agreementIjI for a mima depot i ut the Illinois Central rt fuss to do so He thinks there would be uiucb wore reason for c a refusal on Ithe part of the L and tI I TAKEWINE i CARDUIAT i Are you a sufferer J Has cessful your doctor been unsuc j Wouldnt you prefer to treat I yourselfAT HOME Nearly OOOOOwomen haveSbought Wine of Cardui their druggists and have cured themselves at home ofsuch bearingdownrho a barrenness nervousness dizziness nausea and despond- en t caused by female weakness Theso are not easy cases Wine of Cardui cures when the doctor cant Wine of Cardui does not irritate the organs There is no pain in the treatment Itis a soothing tonic of healing herbs free from strong and drastic drugs It ii successful because it cures in a natural way boughtfrombottle and you can begin this treatment today Will you try it dlrecttoni adii Admorr Dept Tbo ChattauoogaaltedJc1n Co f t TWO OPEN LETTERS IMPORTANTI TO MARRIED WOMEN Mrs Mary Dlmmlck of Washington tells How Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Made Her Well ItIs with great pleasure we publ the following letters as they convinc ingly prove the claim we have so many times made in our columns that MrsI rA4rfJUary Dimmick1I Pinkham of Lynn Mass is fully quaili tosidtwomennRend Mrs Dimmicks letters Her first letter Dear Mrs Pinkham originalsI I have hril a sufferer for the past 1I from painful weiistniaticnthe pains ire j excruciating with Inllamtnation mill tilesm Ilea of the womb The doctor snys I antstLave an operation or I cannot live I do not want to submit to an operation if I can possi IIUYDCmmlckHer second letter Dear Mrs Pinkham You will remember my condition when I1last wrote you and that the doctor said must have an operation or I could not live I received your kiml letter and followed your advice very carefully and nin now entirely well As my case was so serious it seems a miracle that I am cured I know that I oft not only niv health but my life to Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and toyourr advice I can walk miles without an orfie or a pain and I wish every suffering woman wouM rend this letter aiNl realize what you can do for themMrs Mary Diminlck 5Vth IRnll Eoit Capitol Streets Washington D C How easy it was for Mrs Dimmick to write to Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass and how little it cost hera twocent stamp Vet how valuable was the replyI As Mrs Dimmicksays itsaved her life Mrs Pinkham has on file thousands of just such letters as the above andI I offers ailing women helpful advics as it has a much better stationI 11 the Illinois Central- A more expensive building wouldI be erected it an agreement among the roads could he reacned and on this account the L H and St L officials have delayed somewhat iinI having plans drawn IIExtension From Henderson The Uniontown Telegram says iit has imformation from an authentic scource to the effect that the Bender son Route will extend its truck from Henderson to CTntunrown Concerning the proposed extension the Owensboro Messenger siys Iin partIApparently a revival of railroad building in this section of Kentucky is about to be brought abut TheI prospects for a railroad lieween Madi almostI J to a certainty and the statement is I given out positively that the L Hand J i St L will extend lines fromjI j Hend ran to Uniontown The proposed extension of the iTe3Rs from Henderson to Union I town would be ot great benefit to Owensboro shippers For severaal year- one i of the principal difficulties in getting from Owensboro into the ter ritory west of Henderson hoe bleu to t I inability to get freight rooted through I by way of Header + on The line to 1 Unloutown would eliminate the diffi 1 culty as to a considerable part of that i territory General Manager McCrack en has recently pent considerable time in Henderson and it is regarded has certain that a part of that time was spent in looking Into the advisability 1 of extending the road- S S Workers At Somerset j ISomerset Ky June 7Tht fortiC eth annual session of the Kentucky Sunday school Association convened i1n this city today Four hundred del egates and visitors are expected to 1 arrive this afternoon on a special train over the Q Bad C route The session convenes at the Opera House at 7 30c adjf Stanford Ky The citizens of Somerset have opened their doors for theJ visitorsand hope to make this one of largest and best sessions of the- undayschool Association ever hEldc in this State No Abatement in Rural Routes According to tables prepared in theII division of rural free delivery which have just been laid betore Postmaster I General Cortelyou by the fourth as sistant postmaster general there is vet no perceptible abatement In the de mana for rural free delivery service There are pending 4708 petitions on tile a year ago Rural routes are being ordered into effect at an average rateJJ of about 000 a month T J Hook Granted Patent Thomas J Hook of Hardmsburg has been granted a patent on a tent pole which he invented sometime go The tent pole was described in the News at the time the invention was completed i y LODAVIC THOMPSON DIES BY OWN HAND Farmer andFormer Inmate of An l1Asylum Shoots Himself in the Heart at Home Near Cloverport Lodavlc Thompson a farmer and- a former inmate of the asylum at Lakeland coiuixitted suicide las t Wednesday Horning between 7 and 8 oclock by shooting himael f through the heart with a singlebar reldd shotgun at his home on theI How ling Green road two and oneI half miles eouth of this city Mr Thompson had acute stomach trouble which is supposed to have aftpcted his mind He was an inmate of the asylum at Lakeland for several months but was returned home about a yea ago though uncured at the requestt of his wife The exact entice of hIsI killing himself is not known though itI had been apparent for a long timei to the members of his family that he had been brooding over something e werroOn Wednesday morning Mr Thomp tson ate a hearty breakfast remarking that he felt oetter than ne had for sometime noel that he Intended do ing some painting about the house oveIr afterward a shot rang out and Mrs Thompson ana a daughter rushed to his room They found him seated in a choir with the shotgun on the floor toyrward them but did not speak They saw at a glance wnat he had done and rushed downstairs Geo N Hnrrisa neighbor of Mr Thompsons was on the scene shortly after Bind when he went upstairs he found Mr Thompson lying on tbe floor dead InIhim fall out ot his chair when they ran down stairs Mr Harris and others made a search ot the room A razor was found on a bureau He had not beeUshavingIand it is supposed he and carefully planned bis death and that ho had this weapon in readiness in case he should not be successful in a tnDlishing his purpose with the shotgun The shotgun which was a muzzle loader was kept standing in a corner of the room and was loaded with small shot A thorough search of tbe room fail ed to reveal any note left behind by Mr Thompson or anything to throw light on the cause of the suicide In the excitement the razor itself was not found until Wednesday afternoon A young man whu is a cropper on one of Mr Thompsons farms sated to a representative of the News that tbe unfortunate man had said btfore his death that he the young manjwaa going to kill him and his family His family knew that he had been brood ing over something and this would indicate that the thought of some one being killed was in his mind though it is not remembered that ho ever spoke of having any intention of dp otherssThe general theory as to the manner in which he used the shotgun is that theebarrel close to his breast using his fort to wove the hammer the guard preventing him from pulling the trigger with his foot Part of the shot entered the heart while the others ranged closely around it and the skin was badly powder burned Coroner Lee B p arrived from Hardmsburg at 1230 and the inquest was hold at 1 oclock The verdict of the jury was as follows We the jury find tnat Lodavic Thompson to his death by a gunshot wound in the heart ne l his own handIt The suicide of Mr Thompson was particularly a deplorable event be cause of the fact that he was a man who had some admirable traits One his neighbors said he never knew of a more honest ana indnsrious man He was a member of the Presbyterian church and Murray Post G A R this place Mr Thompson was born in Scotland in 1842 When a young man he tp this country with his mother and a brother A large part of his life was spent in this county and he owned two arms on one of which he lived He ij survived by fits wife and two grown daughters Misses Annie and Euohramla Thompson and one brother whose home is near Cincin nati The funeral was held Thursday afternoon the interment being at the city cemetery The services were at the grave and were conducted by Rev P L King The funeral procession was It largo one for the distance it came The bridge over Tarfork creek was being repaired at the time and the floor had to be laid betore it could cross making a long delay TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE Tab lets All druggists refund the money It It- fahstocure E W Groves signature Is on box 25c BAD SET SAYS EDITOR GLENN Aladlsonvllle Paper Speaks Harsh ly About Van Amburg Circus Concerning the Van Amhurg circus which was at Hardinsbnrg last Wed nesday Glenns Graphic of Madison yule says If newspapers and other reports in regard to the Van Ambnrg show which was hero a week or two ago be true and wo doubt not they ore the management of that concern is under just about the slickest and worst set of rascals that ever went through this cjuntry It seems that where ever the show stopped that suckers were taken in by the dozen and in some instances were skin el1 out of large sums of money 1 Before the show came to Kentucky while across the river nil the towns visited suffered At Sprl ngfield Tell11 pulledrfor t725 while others got pulled for smaller amounts While no one has any particular sympathy for the man who loses his money In a skin game yet all feel that tne proprietors ot such with those who patronize them ought to be dealt with According to law Slogan of Daviess Farmers The Owensboro Messenger says that Hold Wheat Crops will be the slogan of the farmers in Daviess county this snunuer State Out of Debt The statement of the financial condition of Kentucky made by the State Treasurer at Frankfort Saturday should commend itself to all persons seeking n home or investment where taxes are low and where there is practically no State debt The last of the registered ponds of 1835 have been paid and the total State debt now consists of but 10000 of coupon bonds while there is 400000 in the Treasury The General Assembly Iis limited oy the Constitution in its power to contract debts in time ofI Avcgctable Preparaiionfbr I similating IlieFoodandRegula I l ling ihe Stomachs and 3owe s of Promotes DigeslionCheerPur ness andltestContains neither OpiumMorpliine nor fincraL NOT NARC OTIC orOldDrSJMVELPTCHER- rJ IxhlI If forConstipalion Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature oF j NEW YORK It I EXACT COPY OF WHABflEH Ji peace beyond S5000UO Nor can the credit of the State be given to any iindividual or corporation or the State b icomH an owner cr stockholder in a ay corporation These provisions of the Constitution proved the great S high Equity who situation state county will CASTORIAt For and o Kind Your Have Always Bought Bears theII Signature of e la- Use I For Over Thirty Years CASTORIkTNL II 1II 8ifeguard against the a bonded debt during the such as the Southern States generally suffered from than onehalf of the State tax levied annually goes to the I suiinort of the common system BIGGEST DAYiI in the year for Breckcnridge county people will be Barbecue day at Hardinsburg July 4 More fun more more real oldtime will be had on that day than any oth er day in the year Why Because more money is being spent more preparations are being made more amusements are being arranged for than have ever been before It will be g- reatBarbecue July 4 I 1- a A OF E MAN TO SPEAK A worker in the American Society of is acquainted with the to bacco in the and deliver an address Infants Children The war More pleasure enjoyment DANCING FLOORMUSIC A large and splendid dancing floor will I be on the grounds and a line string band has been engaged to make music especial ly for the dancers TELL CITY BRASS BAND 16PIECES16 1 I The best band that will come to the county this year At great expense we have secured this splendid corps of musicians to make music throughout the entire day A concert ftcoil i will be given in Cloverport on the afternoon before the picnic by this band 1 50 YARD DASH First Prize= 2 Seconda1 Third50Wo have a fast track and competent judges Anybody can enter Boys train up and 2 win one of the prizes This and the sack race will be made two of the most interesting and I exciting events of the1 d- ayBARBECUE DINNER 25 CENTS f i PROPRIETORS 31tJohn ORiley HardinsburgyHuse Alexander Mook Jubal Hook Hardinsburg W N Pate Mattingly f At IIARDINSBURG 1 I kk- v v 1YA1 A art y Ltjhr 4 1 dl 2 A d L 1 j The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY Jun 14 1005 Iiolltlcnl Frlcutluhlpr A few months before lie tiled Ha ratio Seymour said to one of his friends Dwight Lawrence of New York Dwight I feel that 1 am ueai the end of my career and I want tc tell you something I have had agent deal to do with politics and wlh poil tlclaus In my time unit as I louk back over the past I can clearly see that the best friendships of my life hove been formed In polities It Is In politics thIn I have met the manliest men the mast generosity These friendshipsI have been enduring too Many of them have continued throughout life I believe politics brings out the best there is in man It teaches the narrow mean to be broad the selfish one to be generous This is true because friendships are es sential to success In that field of ac tivity one must have friends or he cant get on nIl If he wants friend ships he must deserve them I would not advise 11113 young man to stay out of potpies because of the danger of be ing demoralized If he Is the right kind of man it will do him good i The KniiRnroi nt fay When pursued the kangaroo If possl ble directs his flight toward the river If he reaches It he enters and thanks to his great height Is able to go on foot to a depth where the dogs are obliged to swim There he plants him self on his two hind legs and his tall and up to his shoulders In the water he waits the attack of the dogs With his fore paws he seizes by the head the first dog that approaches him and as he Is more solidly balanced than his assailants he bolds the dogs nose un der water as long as he can Unless a second dog speedily comes to the res cue the first one is sure to be drowned r Ifa companion arrives and by his at tacks on the kangaroo manages to set the captive tree the half drowned bate is glad to regain the shore as as possible In this way a strong and courageous male kangaroo will hold his own against twenty or thirty dogs drowning some and fright ening others and the hunter is obliged to intervene with a bullet Coaled City In the World There is nothing cozy about New York It Is not a city where a stran ger can readily make a nest and feel at home It does not welcome the for elgner with a smile and a polite Now make yourself happy and comfortable It says tacitly Well now that youre here I suppose youll have to stay but dont get In the way and bother people Paris on the other baud Is the coziest city In the world It welcomes the newcomer in a thou sand ways It offers him the finest ed ucatlon in the world for nothing Be fore him for miles lie the charm and wonder and mystery of those fascinat ing streets each with its own char Actor some as full of history as an egg is of meat New York World A Clilolccn That 1lnyvil FONNUIII Hero Is a chicken that played pos sum A correspondent writes Time cat of our household entered tuy room the other day dragging a nearly full grown chicken in its mouth The chick en made no resistance and was quite motionless and when I made the cat drop it the chicken lay apparently dead I chased the cat from the room and on my return to the chicken I war surprised to see it slowly open Its eyes raise Its head and look cautiously round As soon as it felt sure of the disappearance of Its enemy It got up and ran off as fast as It could- ApproprintLoltr Our language Is a strange thing When the Methodist board of missions appropriates hundreds of thousands of dollars for work among the heathen there Is rejoicing among church peo pie When congress appropriates a good sum for river and harbor im provements we all agree that It is quite a good thing But when a clerk appropriates a few hundred dollars of Sis employers money he Is sent to the jenltentlary The first sorts of appro priations are quite appropriate but the last sort Is altogether Inappropriate Savannah News Cnrmnx Retort Currans friend was tickled by the orators retort apropos of the jury sys tem The friend was bragging of his attachment to It and said With trial by Jury I have lived and by the bless ing of God with trial by jury I will dieOh said Curran In amazement then youve made up your mind to be hanged Dick Amended When a Scotch schoolmaster entered the temple of learning one morning he read on the blackboard Our teacher Is a donkey The pupils expected there would be a cyclone but the philosophic pedagogue contented himself with adding the word driver and opened the school as usual No Genlu Wanted Really I think your son Is a gen- Ius i Oh dont say that We have been hoping all along that he may grow up to be a good sensible man and finally succeed his father In business Chi cago RecordHerald Not the Only One TosklnsI dont object so much to Fanny kissing her dog but I prefer her to kIss mo before and not after Wllklns I know but dont you sup pose the dog has his preference too7 Boston Transcript Send in your Subscription now ITHE LEMON IN THE TEA It IN a Survival From Very Ancient ClilncNc Method Whence the slices of lemon with Le tea in Itussin- Okakura Kakuzo a Japanese artist and critic writing III the International Quarterly says they point to a survival from very ancient Chinese methods when tea leaves were steamed crush ed In a mortar made Into a cake and boiled together with rice ginger salt orange peel spices milk and some times with onions Okakura tells also of the work of Luwuh the poet who in the eighth century became the first apostle of tea and wrote In three volumes mid ten chapters the Clinking or holy Scripture of Ten Luwuh institutes the code of tea laid Is become the tutor lacy god of Chinese merchants of the lent According to this master the raouiv tain spring furnishes the host water then come river water mural plain spring water Thieve are three stages of Loll- Ing The cake tea Is roasted before tin fire until It becomes soft like a nl3s arm and is shredded into powder between pieces of tine paper Salt Is put in the first boll the tea in the second At the third bon a dlpperful of cold water is poured into time kettle to settle the tea and revive the youth of the water Then the beveragels poured into cups It was of such a beverage that Lo tung another poet wrote The first cup moistens my lips and throat the second cup breaks my loneliness the third cup searches my barren entrail but to find therein some 5000 volumes of odd Ideographs The fourth Cup raises a slight perspiration all the wrong of life passes away through my pores At the fifth cup I am purified the sixth cup calls me to the realm of the immortals The seventh cupuh but I could take no more Tea began as a medicine and ended as a beverage Also it has hud rituals ceremonies and philosophies In Japan it became the religion of the art of life and the tea room was an oasis in the dreary waste of existence This was in the fifteenth century and the philosophy of Ttalsm which then arose Is described as a cult founded on the adoration of the beautiful among the sordid facts of everyday existence It Inculcates purity and harmony the mystery of mutual charity the roman ticism of the social order Strangely enough says Okakura humanity has so far met In the teacup It Is the only Asiatic ceremonial which commands universal respect The white man has staffed at our re ligion and our morals but has accepted the brown beverage without hesitation The afternoon tea Is now an Important function In western society Electric MKlit Hullin While grasping a small Incandescent electric lamp one night Professor Som mer a German scientist happened to observe that on contact with his hand the bull of the lamp would show a luminosity comparable with a mist of light Illuminating certain parts of the glass as well as his fingers even before time electric current was completed This phenomenon could be produced several times by rubbing the electric bulb with the hand Not all electric bulbs are suitable for the experiment Those which have been used for sometime and which show time well known dark coating of carbon particles are especially apt to fall After rubbing a new or nearly now lamp containing no metallic conductors strongly on time skin of the forehead or lower arm to withdraw the lamp suddenly from the skin will cause the bulb to show the luminous phenomenon Withdrawing the lamp and stopping it suddenlyI causes its outlines to stand out dis tinctly illuminated while In the middle a bright spot Is observed 4 The Frugal Crow A correspondent sends to the Pioneer Allahabad the following notes on the fact that a case hits been reported of a crows nest having been found which was made out of telegraph wire Anything resembling a twig is pressed into service In the days of old before glass stoppered bottles came into use for soda water many nests were made of the wires used to keep In the corks of such bottles A nest constructed lout of brandy bottle wires was once taken In a palm tree outside Madras Another nest was found composed of bits of tin stolen from the tin bazaar in Madras One pair of crows constructed a nest out of gold and silver spectacle frames purloined from the factory of Messrs Lawrence Mayo in Bombay The materials for this nest of which the value was 400 rupees were stolen by the wily crows during the luncheon hour It was noticed that the spectacle frames were disappearing from the factory In a mysterious manner but it was some time before the thief was discovered An Odd Industry One of the strangest of modern Industries is that carried on in the Jura dis- trIct In France It consists In taking the fur from live rabbits and weaving It into a textile fabric which makes the warmest kind of clothing material known The species of rabbits which furnish the raw material for the manufacturing process Is the Angora rabbit which has r celved the name of the silk rabbit Every throe mouths the rabbit sheds its fur and several days before this takes place nature Is anticipated by female hands which remove the long silken hairs by gentle friction The skin is already ripe and the fur come ort easily and without the rabbit uttering the slightest pain from the operation In fact bunny appears to enjoy It lying quietly In the lap of the operators during the manipulation London Globe r I IBEAUTIFUL EYESI Tile Window of the Sonl From the Artist Viewpoint What is time definition of beautiful eyes I Why are some eyes beautiful eel1impressionist makes time following re PlyEyes are beautiful according to their size Small eyes may twinkle but they cannot express Little eyes may twinkle like stars but they can not blind you Eyes that are under sized may glow but they cnn never fascinate The eyes must bo prominent Sunk en eyes are sad Eyes that He deep in the eye sockets make you think of treason of strategy of deeds that are dark not deeds that are open Deep student eyes may be Indicative of deep student thoughts but they are not at tractiveDry hard eyes arc never lovely neither are eyes that have wrinkles over them or between them Eyes that are lined with crows feet are al ways unlovely The color of the eyes is said to de pend upon a pigment which supplies them with color But this coloring pig meat IIs not always reliable Deep blue eyes will look tided if one Iis tired The color pigment does not how freely If agitated they will darken und deepen In hue Dark brown or black eyes will grow still darker and blacker when one is excited But when one is weary or has used the eyes to excess they will look faded The moral Is do not use the eyes too long anti do not use them at all when you want to look your best Big eyes are almost always beauti ful Prominent eyes are apt to be hand some but they are repulsive If too prominent The woman whose eyes stick out of her head has little redress If she can manage to grow fat tho prominence will be less noticeable A fleshy face generally conceals the prominence of the eyes The best color for Ideal eyes Is a deep brown Velvet brown It was call ed In the old fashioned novels Great velvet brown fawnlike eyes were ideal The eyes to be beautiful must be swept by very long lashes which shade them and give them a deepness and brilliancy not their own Every device is used to make the lashes grow but where this carrot be accomplished then the eyes must be darkened In other ways They must be kept healthy which is always a point of beauty with any eyes Long eyes are always desirable There Is n certain quizzical beauty about the long almond shaped eye which Is most bewitching The eyes of the orientals mire very attractive long and brilliant and full of fire Round eyes were once considered very pretty True they are babyishI but they are very seldom really hand some They are apt to degenerate when one gets a little older Into pope es a term applied to eyes that stick out of the head mind are devoid of beau ty Round eyes becomei pop eyes at thirty The handsomest eyes and all wom en should pray for pretty eyesarel- ong dark brilliant and well shaded with lashes They are big and glowing and expressive mill there Is that quali ty about them which one calls loop Deep beautiful dark eyes heavily shaded With sweeping lashes are a spe cial gift of the gods vouchsafed to few but very much admired wherever they are found Brooklyn Eagle A Had Imitation Buckstone the popular English come dian and dramatist was rather fond of telling the following story although It was somewhat against himself One night Fochter Sothern and Buck stone were leaving the Haymarkct theater some little time after time per formance was over when suddenly Buckstone discovered blllstlcker post Ing an election placard right upon the front of that sacred house of comedy How dare you sir he said In his peculiar guttural and jerky manner How dare you post bills upon my theater The man paid no attention but went on lathering the 1placard which he put up with an air of quiet defiance You miserable billstlckcr said Buckstone his mannerism coming outer pointedly with his temper If you dont desist your scoundrel Ill have you locked up- Whereupon the man quietly making a closing dab at the poster said Ill have you locked up you Imposter If you dont mind for glvln such a bad Imitation of Buckstone could do It bet ter myselfLondon Telegraph MnltoKnny Dr Gibbons on eminent London physician 111 the latter half of the seventeenth century had a brother a West India captain who brought over in his ship some logs of this wood as ballast As the lector was then building a house In King street Covent Garden London his brother thought they might be of service to hint but the carpen ters finding the wood too hard for their tools laid the logs aside as use lessSoon after Mrs Gibbons wanted a candle box and the doctor called on his cabinetmaker Wollastoii In Long Acre and asked him to make one of some wood lying in his garden Wol laston also complained that it was too hard Time doctor said he must get stronger tools The candle box was however made and approved Insomuch that the doctor then insisted on having a bureau of the same wood which was also completed and was so much admired especially by the Duch ess of Buckingham that the fame of mahogany rapidly rose and It soon came Into general use HOW CORKS ARE CUT I j TURNING THE PLIABLE BARK INTO BOTTLE STOPPERS Keen Machine Kulvcn That Slinpr Turn Shave and Taper the Sin us Stripped Prom the lreIhe Way the Wante 1roduct IN Itllled Cork as most persons know is the outer bark of an evergreen oak tree which grows 111 Spain Portugal Al geria Morocco and to some extent in I I llllinlImake It valuable for scores of pur poses but Its original use in the man ufacture of corks or stoppers for bot tICS still consumes the greater part of ail that is brought to market Tho cork onto varies in diameter from six hivluw to three feet By a generous provision of nature tho trot may be periodically stripped of Its outer lurk without losing its life Twenty years Is the usual age at which tin first cutting is made After that the cork may be harvested about every toil years The first cut which Is called virgin bark Is of little value as It IIs coarse In texture and deeply seamed Time tree may be expected to live and yield cork until It Is lO years oldIn Spain and some other European countries corks are still made by hand each one being pared from a squire block by a common knife In this country where are made the finest corks In time world the work Is done by machinery till of which Is of American Invention and manufacture Every boy who has ever whittled a cork for a fishing bob or a popgun pellet knows bow difficult the material is to cut smoothly To do It well his knife must be as sharp as a razor und must be used with a drawing motion not a mere pressure and If the cork be wet so much the better The same difficul ties confront the manufacturer by ma chinery and are met In the same way The bark after having been wet and then allowed to remain for a f no In damp cellars to soften goes first to tho stripping machines which reduce it to slabs of a size proportionate to the corks to be wade These machines are merely small Iron tables through which appear very thin steel disks like circular saws except that they have no teeth They are really keen edged steel knives as thin as paper and running at a high rate of speed but so smoothly that they seem to the spectator to be standing still The little slabs or strips of cork go next to the blockers The cutters hero are cylindrical steel punches or tubes with razor edges They are arranged in rows or gangs and in stead of beluc simply pressed through the cork are also revolving at high speed timid so cut their way through Having perforated the slab the cut ters back away automatically while plungers like pistons working 111 the cylinders come forward and punch out the cores which for some purposes are already finished corks They are of course perfectly cylin drical that Is without taper and In that form they are preferred by hot tiers of effervescent liquids because theIr shape enables them the better to resist the pressure of time restrained gases But for the use of druggists who are the great users of corks and need time very finest a tapering stopper Is pre erred aril this necessitates another operation The tapering machines mire run mostly by young women Each machine consists of a little lathe which centers the cylindrical cork au tomatically and then bring It Into con tact with the edge of time cutting knife which like time emitter of the slicing machine Is a very thin steel disk As time cork touches this knife n thin shaving rises and curls away like as a puff of smoke One who knows nothing of the ma chinery could see no reason for It but during the second that the cork has been in contact with time apparently motionless disk some dozen yards of flying razor edged steel have been at work and the cork Is now a perfect truncated cone with a flue satin likc surface and an even and regular taper By hand a very rapid and skillful cut ter can turn out twelve or fourteen gross in a day With these machines one girl will produce 420 gross There are few businesses In which the quantity of waste material Is so large as In the manufacture of corks In the best managed factories It ranges rom CO to 70 per cent but American ingenuity anti Industrial development have succeeded In transforming it Into- a source of profit By grinding the waste to various degrees of fineness and pressing It with glue or shellac Into various shapes It Is made useful for the Inner soles of shoes for bathroom mats for Insulation In refrigerating plants mud the deadening of sound in apartment houses the making of bicycle handles and the grips of tennis rackets fly rods and golf clubs and there are dozens of other uses for the waste which are quite as Interesting Sbme years ago one manufacturer of corks was paying a teamster a dollar a1 load to cart away his waste and lump It on a refuse heap Today he receives GO a ton for tho very cheap est quality of this waste T Edward SVllllston Frentz In Youths Companion Sounded Nice Miss Nellie GauntAt the zoo I liked the monkey house best Mrs Elllo ittunt Dont say monkey house child it sounds so common Please call it the apiary Cleveland Leader netter Wllklns Youve never worked a day in your life have you Bllkins No but Ive worked lots of peoplesalt Free Press AyersPiIlsVant a beautiful brown or rich black Use nun Norway And Sweden Part Christiana Tune SKing Oscars refuaal to sanction the bill passed by tho Storthing providing for a separate t consular service for Norway culmi nated in the passage of a resolution by the Storthing declal inS the disso t lution of the union of Sweden and Norway and that tho King had t censed to set as king of Norway The dissolution of the union be tween Sweeden and Norway hRS been pending for some time and had its growth in the desire which grew stronger as time patted for the estab lishment of a separate consular system for the two countries King Oscar recently voted at StocKholm the measure presented to him by the council of state providing for separate con u lar representation and the Norwe ghuis maintained that the king by doing end partly by his absence I from Norway had suspended his I rights and duties as king ot Norway I Will You Celebrate The Fourth of July If so be sure to have a bottle of Paracainph hanJy YouII will need it for n Burn Cut or BruiseJJ because it heals quicker and better thanI mummy other known remedy Prevents Blood Poisoning relieves pain instantly t and heals without leaving ugly scarsII Railroad Seems Assured Fact LTheHartford Republican saysitA I positionto build n railroad fiom Madisonville tnFordsville or Clover 1 port extending through the entire lengthlof Ono county entering at Point Pleasant and running vin Cen tertown2rttofll and DundEeis again on root ana it is now almost an assured fact that tha road will be nt A company has argeed to bUl1d the road at once work to begin within ninety nays if the rightof I way and 25000 can be procured in the county by means of voluntary contributions OASTORXA Be n thetheKind You Have Always Bought Signature of = Painfully Bitten by Dog = Mrs Lodavicr Thompson sod Owen Soaton were painfully bltttn though not seilouply by a dose at the home of Mrs Thompson last Vtdnetday morn ing Ihoy were bitten just after Mr Thompson committed suicide by shoot lug hirobtlf throngn time heart in anI upstairs room at his home Mr Seaton was passing tho house a bonti the time the shot was tired and ran into the yard The Cog seemed to be affectEd by time xcittircnt which fol lowed and sprang on Mr Seaton and bit him He then bit Mrs Thompson in the arm A Bad Scarce Some clay you will get a bad scare when you feel n pain in veer bowels and fear appendicitis Safety lies inII Dr Kings Nev Life Piils a sure cure for all bowel and stcmach diseases such as hf adache billiousness ro theII ness etc Guaranteed at Short tfc I Haynes drug store only 2sc Try 1 them J Horse Runs Five Miles A horse attached to a buggy broke loose from a bitching post at the re sidence 01 taint GiltS n late last Wed nesdav afternoon and run neatly to the 1 Riddel farmfive miles east of this cilyII before caught The horse and buggy I was the property of Wm Gibson 10I lives about two miles enst of the Riddel I fatm The buggy was rartially demol I ished one wheel and other parts eingI found along the road No one was in the buggy The horse was not frighten ed when he broke loose and was not injured in his long run his only objectII seeming to be to get home as quickly I as possible j The Sahe that Penetrates j DeWitts Witch Hazel Snlve penetrates 1 the pores of the skinnml by its antislpII ic rubifocient and healing influence it ubtlues inflammation and cures Boils Cuts Eczema Tetter Ring Worm and j all skin diseases A specific for blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles The original and genuine Witch HazeII Salve is made t y E C DeWitt CoI anti sold by All DruggitsI Farmers Holding Together A dispatch from Hopkinsville says The Christian County Executive Com mittee of the Dark Tobacco District Tobacco Growers Association has com piled figures on the tobacco situation in this county which show that the 1004 c op was about 25 per cent less than in 1903 and that from tht present acreage the 1905 crop will be nearly 40 per cent less than 1904 The reduction in acre age is one of the strongest features of the farmers organization and the one in which most faith is placed for the securing of higher prices This speaks well for the organization and although Act directly on the liver They cure constipation biliousness sickheadacheISold for 60 years LwVI Ma K4M1Jtnlrim iii tir uuuttun Remarkable Run of Train Pittsbiirg June 8fhe distance between Chicago and iltlshnrg over the Pennsylvania linen 408 miles was covered in the phenomenal time jof 440 ninnies without much effort today Time train left Chicago Union Sta tion shoat half past 7 oclock Thursday morning and rolled into Pitts ourg Union Station at exactly 24G p 111 The average speed of 08 53l miles an hour was maintained in eluding all stops The train was standing still twentyeight minutes and the T speed per hour while the train was in uioticn was US IIII milesFrom WayneaI honr averaged 7fl 810 miles inclnel Ing stops The record shows that mile after mile was made at the remark able speed of from 4J to 44 seconds Regardless of the high rate nt which the tram was running the passengers aboard enjoyed smooth riding No particular effort was made to crowd time train to the limit but its movement indicated that the perfect physical development of the roadbed and the Pennsylvania standard ot mo tive power and equipment can main tain quicker schedules without any particular preparation or difliculty Fourth of July Celebrations often result in serious accidents to boys and girls So get a bottle of Paracatnph First Aid to the Injured the remedy which heals Burns Cuts and Bruises quicker than anything else It relieves pain and heals with out leaving ugly scars Every bottle guara n ted Blackburn Instructions Elizabetbtown Ky June 6Sena- tor J C S Blackburn addressed an audience of 7riO Democrats in this city this evening Whereas It is apparent to every Democrat of intelligence that the Democratic voters of Hardin county are overwhelmingly in favor of the re election to the United States senate of thai brilliant and lifelong leader of Democracy the Hon J C S Black burn Be it Resolved That we the Democrats of Hardin county in miss convention as sembled do hereby instruct our nom inee for the house IftJtpiesentnthtP Mr Henry Miller to vote in the Demo cratic CAUCUS fcr Senator Itlackburn and to use all honorable mcais to secure his reelection to the United States senate We also instruct the nominee for the state senate whoever he may be to vote in tie Deirccratic caucus for Rhickburn as senator Chamberllani Stomach and Lher Tablets Better than a Declors Prescription Mr J W Turner of Trubart V- aSs that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have done him tnore good than anything he could get from the doctor If any physician in this country was able to compound a medicine that would produce such gratifying results in cases of stomach troubles biliousness or constipation his vholo time would he used in preparing this one medicine For sale by Short it hay ties Great Scarcity of Horses L B iShropshire writing in the Kentucky Farmer and Breeder says Never in the historyof our country has there been such a shortage cf saddle nnd carriage horse in the market as today In New York tho past season it has been impowole to supply the demand The public sales have been attended by more Dnvera than ever before At these sales the bidding was unusually strong and the demand for high class horses was never so great In fact the condition has become so alarming that many city horsemen are nlroHily predicting a famine of fancy and business horses in the near future AntI there seems to be little likelihood of western stoppers being able to cope with the demand Throughout the State of Kentucky dealers with perfect unanimity state that they have never known horses to be eo scarce and what is still more deplorable they report tbnt the supply of yonng horses coming on IS insufficient to meet the demands even in ordinary times Neuralgia Pains Are sometimes almost unbearable Para c mph relieves Neuralgia and Headache instantly by opening the pores stimulating time circulation and removing the congestion A free application will convince you of its merits So dont suffer but keep Patacatnpb in your home You need it every day Christian county is one of the least or ganized in the district the association is making rapid strides and every farmer who has signed is sticking to his pledge with a tenacity which shows that they are in the movement to win if such a thing be possible 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors k 11ednesduyk at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line- OBrrUAHIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money r in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JUNE 14 1905 THOUGHTS When you pay more for the rent of your business house than for advertising your business you are pursuing a false policy If you can do business let it be known Benjamin Franklin The crops need a little moro moisture to brighten them up Farmers are now reaping grains of gold from their mines of wheat Our heart and hand to the June brides Nothing sweeter on earth than a June bride The French government has contracted for 1500000 pounds of American leaf tobacco This is a great month for weeds Manage to cut down a few every day and keep the stock down Texas shipped the first carload of 1905 wheat last Friday The crop in that state is estimated at 11000000 bushels The way to get your moneys worth out of this paper is to read every item on every page including the advertisements A big revival is going on in Wall Street New York Religion is just as necessary to the dwellers in Wall Street as it is to those in the Bowery The devil gets into the high places as well as the low Give a healthy child something to occupy him and interest him and he will be happy and consequently good Some people pay more attention to their little chicks than they do to their children The result is good chicks and bad children If every man would clean out the weeds in front of his own proper ty we would have nice clean pavements and sidewalks An hour put in every morning will soon get ridof Mr Weed All hands to the hoe now and lots have a general cleaning up Health and happi ness will be your reward Our latest advices on the new wheat crop estimated of course is that the winter crop will be 400 millions and the spring crop 250 millions 150 millions more than needed for home consumption This means that the export surplus will make the price and that the price will be around seventyfive cents The farmers option is this takes seventyfive cents or hold for higher prices The Rocky Mountain News says No county weekly should be placed in a position where it is compelled to beg for tne subscriptions due it Subscribers should have enough pride in their home town their home countryand their home paper to pay up It is a black eye to any community to have the home paper continually reminding its delinquents that they should remit It looks as tliough the country was too poor to support a pa per A candidate for a prominent county office in Breckenridge played the races at Louisville recently and it is said he won 1800 This amount he proposes to put into the campaign to win his election We want to warn him right now that buying votes either with money or whiskey is played out in this county The best element in both parties is against this order of campaign and the man who attempts to buy his way into office will find himself beautifully left THE TRIUMPH OF SOBER JAPAN The result of the battle is in reality the triumph of sober Japan over whiskey soaked Russia says tho Toronto Globe It is the greatest temperance lecture ever delivered to the world to nations and to individuals as well What was proved on the wreck strewn Straits of Corea had al ready been proved in the destruction of the Port Arthur squadron in the running fight with the Vladivostok cruisersin the reduction of an almost impregnable fortress and in the land operations in Manchuria It was in each case Japan against Russia but it was more It was temperance against debauchery Japans achievements on land and sea were not directed by men who had spent their days and nights in idleness and dissipation They were the product of lives of strong steadfast sober endeavor the very opposite of what their enemy had been The lesson of the war is not for Russia alone It is for every nation and every individual who seeks stability and advancement Great Britains greatest danger today is the intemperance of her people Intemperance and progress do not go together They are as Sir Fredrick Troves said the other day hopelessly antagonistic This eminent authority made the statement that alcoholic drink oven in small quantities absorbs human energy and minimizes the effort of the individual Russia has learned this truth but at a terrible cost Let Great Britain profit from this lesson before it is too late And we say let Kentucky and Breckenridge county and Clovcrport t a take a lesson from this No man nation state county city or town a can afford to let whiskey get the upper hand t First Visit in Many Years La arrived Monday for a two I Wallace Kingsbury and little weeks visit to his sister Mrs daughter Lenora of Amite City Fannie Lisbon and brother Eu w f K RE THIS DYCATARRH Is sure to GIV- ESatisfaction Elys Cream Balm 01 Relief al Once It cleanses soothes and heals tilt Itseased membrane It r FEVERdrivesIn the Head quickly It Is absorbed Heals and Protects the Membrane Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size 50c tit drucplsrs or by mall Trial Size lOc by mall ELY imOTHtUS M Wurren Street NY gene Kingsbury Mr Kingsbury formerly resided here but has been away eighteen years Ohio Will be Resurveyed The Ohio river will be resurveyecl from Rising Sun to Cairo Ill and it is expected that the work will begin about July 1 and it will take about two years to complete it This was decided upon at the meL- ting of the Board of United States Engineers at their meeting in Cincin nati last week Buys OneThird Interest Marion McUavoc ut near town has bought a one third interest In theI Star Roller Mills from E T Haynes Mr Haynes and Mrs Mary Oelze own a third interest The interest whion Mr Haynes sold was bought by him sometime ago from G W Short Mr McGavock comes in possession of his interest thin week Lightning Strikes Residence Hardinsburg Ky June 13Spe- cialDhring the thunderstorm Sun day lightning struck the residence of Chas M Heston tearing out ono side of the casement of a window and Knocking off considerable plastering It shocked the several members of the family but no one was injured In the Sickroom In n sickroom open the door prompt ly without rattling the handle Walk In quietly but do not take os tentatlous care to glide In absolute silence I Dont pause and murmur In quiries to the nurse but go straight to the bed and speak In a clearly audiblel l everyday tone to the patient Choose topics of Interest that will en tertaln without being exciting leaving a few new Ideas with your invalid as food for pleasant reflection after your leave taking and ranking only a pass ing reference to the present malady Look as fresh and pretty as the pow er In you lies and thereby act as an unconscious tonic to your friend Avoid any article of dress that Jingles or rustlesHaving risen to say goodby go In stantly without lingering over last words or pouring forth exaggerated condolences and hopes Tim IIoiiNC of Lord The house of lords was composed chiefly of clerics until the time of Edward III Thus In 1293 the peers were ninety spiritual and fortynine lay mem bers Including twenty archbishops and bishops sixtyseven abbots and priors and three masters of orders Many clerical dignitaries summoned did not attend at Westminster refusing to rec ognize the authority of parliament over their own convocations of Canterbury and York It was partly from this cause that the lords spiritual decreased In number until early In the reign of Edward III the upper house consisted of eightysix lay and only fortyfive clerical peers while during Elizabeths parliament there were fortythree and twentysix respectively London Stand ard The nnte of Hnmnn Growth We grow at a uniform rate said a physician There are rules of growth that unconsciously we all obey Take the average man He grows as follows First year eight Inches second year six inches third year five Inches fourth year four Inches fifth year four Inches sixth year four Inches From the sixth on the growth Is slower until the sixteenth yearIt sonly one and a half Inches a year The seventeenth year has a growth of two inches The eighteenth year line u growth of one Inch At eighteen the average man is five feet eight Inches high Thereafter he grows no more Philadelphia Bulletin Thinking and Doing- I have been a great deal happier since I have given up thinking about what Is easy and pleasant and being discontented because I could not have my own way Our life Is determined for us and It makes the mind very free when we give up wishing and only think of bearing what Is laid upon us and doing what Is given us to do George Eliot A Witty Diagnosis The object of the duel Is said to be the healing of wounded honor To try to cure a wound of the spirit or rather the temper by a scratch on the skin savors of homeopathy but may perhaps be Justified by the surgical prin ciple of relieving tension by incision British Medical Journal Iloincuinklnpr Men do not make their homes unhap py because they have genius but be cause they have not enough genius A mind and sentiments of a higher order would render them capablo of seeing and feeling all the beauty of dp mestlc ties Wtmlswnrtli Coleman Cados Conpany A Louisville Training School Beecbmont uu Difficult Digestion That Is dyspepsia It makes life miserable Its sufferers eat not because tiny want to but simply because they mutt They know they are Irritable and fretful but they cannot be otherwise They complain of a bad taste In the mouth a tenderness at the pit of the stom ach an uneasy feeling of puffy fulness headache heartburn and what not The effectual remedy proved by permanent cures of thousands of severe cases is Hoods Sarsaparilla lloouH PILLS art tho ben cathartic ROOSEVELT DOVE OF PEACE He Will be Successful in Getting Russia and Japan Together Washington Juno 12Official assurance that tho Presidents ef forts to bring Russia and Japan together toward peace will be crownedwith success was brought to tho White Mouse today by Count Cassini the Russian Am bassador who caned by appoint ment and in the namo of Emper or Nicholn formally accepted the Presidents offer of goodwill The following official statement regarding the conference was issued at the White House Ambassador Cassini has called to express the Russian Governments assent to the Presidents proposition and to state that they would appoint plenipotentiaries to meet the plenipotentiaries of Japan to discuss the question of peace The place of meeting is at present being discussed During the past two weeks the Presidents efforts have been di rected toward bringing the belli gerents into amicable contact on the basis ofa mutual agreement to consider terms of peace This he accomplished finally to day It remains now for the belli gerent powers to name their pleni potentiaries and agree upon a time and place for them to meet to discuss terms and to negotiate a treaty of peace Baptists Call Rev J T Lewis Rev J T Lewis of Irvington has received call from the Bap tist church of this city to suc ceed Rev S 0 Christian who resigned as pastor on May 1 Rev Lewis has not yet decided whether he will accept the call Receives Unanimous Call Irvington Ky June 13 SpecialSometimo ago Rev J T Lewis tendered hJH resigna tion as pastor of the Baptist church here Last Saturday the church gave him a unanimous call and it is hoped hero he will accept it- Worlds Railway Records Broken Fort Wayne Ind June 12 All worlds railway speed records wore broken this morning by tho Pennsylvania Now YorkChicago special in the run from Crestline to Fort Wayne Three miles in 128k seconds or a speed rate of 1273 miles per hour was shown in the vicinity of Elida Ohio Home From Philippines Hardinsburg Ky June 13Spec- ialGraham Esknctee has arrived home from Oklahoma City on a visit to hid parents Mr and Mrs Morris ESkrIdge fur Eskridge has been at Manila P I for nearly five years in the service of the government but was recently transferred to the United States and is now stationed at Okla homa Good Show Coring Swallow Markles Floating Palace is expected here within the next few days Thb firm has one of the best and largest show boats on the Ohio river and their troupe is equally as goodas their boat Cloverporters remem ber with pleasure the splendid orchestra carried by this boat on previous visits here Doing Well in Michigan- Dr W Thos Cain formerly of Bewley ville is doing well at Repub lic Mich where he is practicing his profession Last week he went on an excursion partly by steamer down Lake Huron to Lansing where he took the examination by the State Board in which Le was successful Ropnolio is a large mining town and Dr Cain is the assistant physician He has a bright prospect before him to make good in his professi- onHARD1NSBURG Dr Bush June 19 f r four days Quarterly court last Monday DrSidney Hall of Constantine was in town Monday Thos J Moore and II C Murray went to Cloverport Monday Dr Jno E Kincheloe went to Louisville Monday evening C V Robertson was at Fords yule last week on business Dr J It Frymire of Union Star was in town last Friday James It Skillman of Owens boro was here attending court MondayMrs C W Adams of Leitch fieldis visiting Charles M Heston and wife Prof J P King and Walter Oelzeof Cloverport were in town ThursdayDr Bush the dentist of Can nelton will be at Hardinsburg June 10 tor four days Miss Lytie Ford spent Sunday in Irvington the guest of Miss Annie Lee Bandy The Rev W H Calvert filled his regular appointment at the M E church Sunday For firstclass dental work go to Dr J C Bush of Cannelton He willbe here Juno 19 for four days YoS Ball has been appointed agent for the Citizens Life Insur ance Co of Louisville Dr W A Walker was in Vine Grove several days of last week on a professional visit Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough was the guest of Morris M Beard and wife last week A number of folks from this place will attend the Confederate reunion in Louisville this week a Thomas Tcaff after a visit of several weeks to his parents re turned to Portland Ore Friday- B F Beard returned home Friday from a visit to his daughter Mrs Allen S Edelen at Bur gin IrsGrHaswell and daughter Georgia Me arc vis n l r George W McCubbins and wifor at Stephensport L Deputy Sheriff Sam Basset of der Union Star was in town several days last week on business con nected with his office Miss Frances C Smithwho has been teaching in the Eliza bethtown graded school is spending her vacation at home Mrs Charles Scott and child ren and Miss Betty Hook of Gulf Port Miss arrived Monday for a visit to Gus D Shellman and wifeMrs Green W Beard and Mis Turn C Daniel left Friday for Bowling Green where they are attending a missionary meeting I of the M E church South Hon G W Beard and Misses Tidy Mercer and Margaret Baker attended the State Sunday school convention hold at Somerset titsK IIweek They report an intfsting session T Sweet Lavender the play so snc cessfnlly presented by local talent jut Cloverport will be given by the same people at Hardinsbnrg Thursday June 22 Seats will be on sale at Kin cheloes drugstore DAN BROOKS CO I LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS r CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY ZNNNNN NNNNNN NN Sanfords Fine Inks 6 MucilagtII f In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc Subscribe for 15he NE SIr To Cure a Cold in One Day Cures Crip illla TWO Da 1 1 Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets on eerypSeven Million boxes sold In past 12 months This signature 9 box2S 1 f J i iJUSTONEWORD that word Is dS TIIttSIt refers to Dr Tutts Liver Pills and MEANSst1HEALTHTroubled r IndigestionSick VlrtlgoBilious BiliousInsomnia ANY of these symptoms and many others Indicate Inaction of the LIVER tf You Need Tuns Pills f Take No Substitute i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY June 14 1905 Gasoline Bubbage Son Fresh cakes 12o lb Babbage Son Rev J T Lewis of Irvington was hero Friday Our 150 lawns cut to 12U yard this VeeJtBabbage Son Mrs Lizzie King ot Owensboro was visiting here last ween Alfred Bncaby went to Fordsville Saturday for a visit of several days Misses Lillie and Mabel McGlothlan of Irvington are visiting Mrs Jas YoungerMiss Brosie of Evansville has I been visiting Miss Nell Gregory the last week W F Keates of Owensboro was in the city part of last wees on a May has been visitin I tripI E H Bridenbach a Miss Alice Board of Holt was here I 1IssII Mrs Marion Ryan of Louisville I has been spending several days here the guest ot relatives Dr J V Prewitt of West Point has been here part of the past week attending Edward McAfee Mrs R A Gist and daughter cam a up from Owensboro Saturday for visit to relatives here Mrs Florence Slaughter of New York city arrived Thursday for a visit to her cousin 1Mrs J A Mur ray Miss Mamie DeHaven has returned from a visit of several weeks to tier a brother Dr Fred DeHaven in Louis yule Mrs Mollie Hambleton and grand daughter Miss Jeffie of Henderson havo been visiting Mr and Mrs C E LightfootAmos Annie Thompson of Ohio were here Tnursday to attend the funeral of their uncle Lodavio ThompsonMr Mrs Will Watkins left Monday for St Jnspeb Mo after a visit to nis sisters Mesdames E B Oglesby and R E Moreman Miss Monnio Bannon of Hawes ville was here last Wednesday to at tend the wedding of her cousin Miss Addie Friel to Frank Hinsey of Vie torla Mrs H 0 Pate and daughter Mis Amy have returned from a visit t relatives and friends iu Owensboro They were accompanied home by Miss Hattie May who will be their guest It tLonnie Marlow formerly of this city arrived Friday from Nashville tor a visit of several days here and at PatesvilleHe will go from here to San r Francisco on a business trip Prof JJ King and W B Oelze were in Hardinsbnrg Thursday to make arrangements for present ng the comedy drama Sweet Lavender at the opera house there on June 23 Mr and Mrs Richard Parker of Washington DO will be the guests of her aunt Mrs Mary J Miller the latter part of this week Mrs Parker was formerly Miss Sallie Miller of this city Have you ever visited Mammoth Cave If not you should join J C Crutohers party on Tuesday morning June 20 He will have a special coach for his party on the Li H St L f yalso on L N R R 13 for round trip from Oloverport This in eludes R R fare hotel bills and tees i through both tne long and short routes For particulars address him at Weoster Ky- Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh and strength us- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winter 1 1Sendfor free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists ors Pearl Street New York oc and ioo I aU druggists 1 A 42piece dinner set for mere trifle Babbage Son Miss Mary Tabelng of Tarfork was in the city Thursday Miss Ella Smith has returned from school at Shelbyville- A I big assortment of 10o chinaware on sale this weekBabbage Son E F Nolte went to Louisville yesterday to remain until Friday John Allen Murray went to Louisville Sunday for a visit of several days Mrs A T Gross of Holt and Mrs Orfila DeHaven went to Louisville yesterday Mis Will Ahl and children of Addison were the guests of rela tives hero last week Misses Janie Wittmer and Bertha Kerchival of Cannelton were the guests of Miss Ida Wil sop Sunday Miss Lizzie framed daughter of Henry Harned of Hastings Okla homa came in Monday to visit her old home and relatives Her father is expected to arrive in a few days Ice Cream Supper at Ekron There will be an ice cream supper given by the Ladies Aid June 24 for tho benetit of Erfron Baptist church This supper was advertised to be given May 27 but owing to sickness in the community it was postponed Everybody invited- Commencement This Week Hardlnsburg Ky June 13Spe- clal The commencement exercises begeventIngs of Thursday and Friday of this week GARFIELD Tank Curnmn is quite sick Miss Glen Johnson who has been very sick is better Dr E C Harned tend family visited at Caster Sunday visita Tommie Dowell of West Point is at the bedside of his fatherMiss Katie Mattingly visited Mary Leigh Gregory Saturday and Sunday John Dowell is very low at this writing with but little hope of his recovery The popular clothing man Carlt Richardson of Louisville was here last week Miss Alma Orendolfof Webster was a guest of Miss Nannie Board last Sunday The time of meeting of the Baptist Sunday school has been changed to 10 oclock in the morning Miss Ina Bridwell of West Point is visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs James Browns herodaughter Mrs Robt Weather fordat Harned who has been quite sick with flux Mrs Gola Weatherford who has been visiting in the vicinity for several weeks has returned toI her home near Webster t CHENAULT Luslnon tanning is on the sickI listEd Stallman went Owensboro SaturdayMrs Frymire loft Friday to visit her sister in Missouri DMrs Guy Burch and children are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J B FrymireIMrs Abe Bennet went to Wolf Creek Saturday to attend the fun eral of Miss Ida BennetIHarry Bessie and Lucile Cunningham left Tuesday for Louis ville to attend the reunion Carl Hinewho has been visiting Miss Jessie Warren returned to his homo Sunday at Cannolton Herman Ambrose and Lewis OBryan left Tuesday for Green River where they will spend theI remainder of the summer The ice cream supper given at the hospitable home of Miss mar- garet Stallman last Wednesday evening in honor of her birthday was quite a success At the hour of 11 forty persons sat down to aI beautiful spread table and partook of the refreshments All present had an enjoyable time 7 J +A RIP KEENEtjj- S t IIDR Representingii V KEENE TAYLOR S IIDENTISTS J OF OWENSBORO ft- Y 1 f I Will be In Dr Llghtfoots otlleo onejI jfo ifyl week out of each month prepared toll 1 walt on all wIshing IllgltI Class lien vII i illiI Mr and ups Joseph Green well and little Wee Wees spent Sunday with lfrand sirs Ily StallmanMr Mrs Frymire Rhodes of Brandenburg spent a few days last week with friends and relatives at this plncc eW LOCAL BRIEFS Bible or Childrens Day at the Baptist church will be observed next Sunday evening begin ning at 730 oclock The city council will have a special meeting next Monday evening for the purpose of adopting the ordinances for the government of the city which have been printed in book form by the job department of the News The Union Bible Club willmeet next Tuesday afternoon with Mrs J D Seaton The city council has ordered stepping stones put across High street between the residences of A IT Murray and T C Nolte Y J C Crutcher of Webster was here Monday advertising his Mammoth Cave tripiThe performance gIven hy theNew Era floating palace last Friday even ing was perhaps the bet ever seen here on the smaller show boats A vaudeville program was rendered C H Wade the tinner who came her from Louisville a few weeks ago and occupied the back room in the basement of the Masonic Temple moved Ins tools and stocK of goods the latter part of last week and went to Hartford to locate vG B Farwell of Evansville was here last week to move his household goods to that city where he has a po sition as machinist with the l vans ville Terre Haute railroad He formerly held a lute position hero with the Henderson Route There have been a number of de licbtfnl fisning parties at the Acme pond east of town recently Fishing at tne Acme pond is the best there has been in this section for pometime The pond is well stocked with bass of good trying sizo Rev P L King left Monday for a months vacation at the home of his father at Smith Grove While awaybe will attend the Pastors Institute which will be in session several days at Ulasgow His pulpit at the Meth odist church will be filled next Sunday by Rev W P Gordon of Owensboro and on the following Sunday June 25 by Archdeacon M M Benton ofI Louisville of the Episcopalian church On eitner the first or second Sundays in July the exact date to be decided upon later a praise service to which the pnblln in cordially invited will be held in the church at the evening service by the Epworth LeagueI An infant of Mr and Mrs Thosjj Blythe was Drought here Sunday from Irvington and burlEd at the city cemoI tery Miss Elizabeth Jarboe entertained the Ladies Reading Club Thursday afternoon it being the last meeting until after the summer months Harry Newsom will leave Saturday for Cincinnati where he will attend an art school for about three months Chas Waggoner will operate a threshing ontit this summer He re Gently bought a new separator A trick bicycle rider gave a free performance on Wall street near Elm late Monday afternoon He did some very clever stunts and attracted quite a crowd The condition of Miss Ellen Rear don who wasbadly hurt Ina runa way while driving to town as was told in tte News last week is muchIbetter than was expected for her advanced age + + wwr J Jll1 + J JAdvertisements Inserted under tills head at one cent a word per week FOIL SALE FARM FOR SALEFnrin JK miles from Clover Ky on Hoockfork 300 acres well timbered and watered Good dwelling and out buildings Lund and fencing In good tmrtlrulars FOR KENTSTOKE IIOOM FOIL 1n TOne hrJte store room In Ma Temple line locution For rates particulars apply to Paul Compton andI burg KyIpllINTINO Presses and Cutting machines and one lot of good Laundry muchlnes Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline StreetLouisvilleIon SALETTITIOX CEIITIF KATE LoulslileForFOKSALETuttlon Certificate In Bryant cnrldge News Cloverport Ky WANTEKEVEUY PERSON DKAFTED draUl1Itrompaid for a substitute to know that he can re IWernmlntIt inoPburg Ky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 10 to Oct 31 IgOS Confederate Veterans Reunion Louisville Ky June 1416 1905 For this occasion rate of 220 for the round trip Cloverport to Louisville and return will be made on June 12 to 15 inclusive also for morning trains ot June 16good returning to leave Louis- vIlle June 10 Old Point Comfort Excursions Satur day June 10 Friday July 14 and Saturday Aug 12 1905 15l0 Cloverport to Old Point Com fort and return tickets to be sold on above dates goodfor return 15 days from date of sale L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND No 48 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM1 stops at West font only arrIv- es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mullnnci impress leaves Clo verport954AI il stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clo verport 448 p moo stops ut all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 725 p m Train No48 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Clovurport fc30 p m WEST HOUND No 47 Dally Cioverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 600 a moo arrives Evansville H00 am expressleavesHawesvllle Lewlsport Muceo Owensboro Stanley Spottsvllle Henderson and Ev unsvllli arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 43 Mall and ur rives Cloverport r 11 mEvanson le 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train leavesClo verport 1100 I1 MI arrives Evansville 195 A M St Louis 740 A M1 stops at Hawesvlllu Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 41 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping curs and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 40 between Louisville und St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST HOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 430a m anlves Irvington 540 amTrain No 4 Dully except Sunday leaves Fordsville 320 p m arrives Irvington 5SO p m Train No 6 Sunday only Fordsvllle630ti m Irvington 903 a m WEST HOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 650 am arrives Fordsville 345 p mTrain No 5 flatly leaves Irvington 650 p moo arrives Fordsvlfle U25u m Win White has a position at F Fralzes store- Officials of the u H St L railroad were in the city last week on a special car Irom Louisville on a tour of inspection Among the inspec tors were Supt MuCracken and General Passiuger Agent L J Irwin Miss Grace Ferry has the position of stenographer at R N Hudsons office Sam Keith and Chas Hall caught a thirtyfive pound catfish in the Ohio at The Rocks above town Monday afternoon The fish was caught with a pole and line it being the best catch in this manner ever made here perhaps tI W A Walker II- jjW WDENTIST 1 jj I 1 JtjijW Office over Klnchelocs Drug Storell riHARDINSBURO KY Jfi 1 z CURE CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Cough Syrup Tastes Good Use la time Sold by druggists CONSUMPTION MEET ME AT NOLTES I This is The Season to Enjoy Your Hammock Straw Porch Mat Fans Umbrellas Canvas Ox fords Straw Hats Serge Coats Light Weight Underwear Negligee Shirts THEN FOR THE INNER MAN WE HAVE A LOT OF GOOD THINGS TO EAT LET US HELP MAKE YOU COMFORTABLE J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky hi I Cheap and- uncertain grades of Flour They only fret the a ok and disappoint the whole family If you procure CA DICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR youll have a flour of quality and the result will be good wholesome eatables From wheat field to consumer the ut most care is exercised in making and handlingCADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR Moneysaving prices if quality counts Cdick Milling CO GRANDVIEW IND y y Our Great Closing Out Sale Speaks louder than all our words can do We dont boast but merely wish to gay that we are determined to carry this sole successfully to a finish as soon as we possi bly can The people know from past ex perience that we are reliable truthful and fair and square in all our dealings having been located long enough here to find it out We always practised what we preached and when we now oiler our large stock of Clothing Dry Goods Notions Hats Furnishing GoodsI- N OUR FOUR SEPARATE STORE ROOMS AT A- NDBelow Cost We mean every word we say If you hesi tate to buy now you surely lose good money as such an opportunity is a rare oc currence here Come before the various lines are picked over We can under no circumstances charge goods in this sale it takes cash or produce to buy them The best kind of a chance for a party going in a well established business to buy stock and fixtures cheap W J SCIIOPPSTEP- HENSPORT KY A Au Send in your Subscription to The NEWS Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic MillionbottlesEnclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves mace Root Liver Piss J r I i The Ereckenridge News WEDNESDAY June 14 1000 IS TOO ACTIVE IIN POLITICS Dr Milton Boards Record Discussed Freely By Senator Blackburn Senator Blackburn spoke at Hop t hlnsville last weeK in the interest of r his candidacy for the United State senateAfter a brief discussion of natlona issues mostly concerning trusts wits particular reference to the operations of the tobacco combine in this region and praise and encouragement for thi DarK District Planters Protective association in its light for better prices he turned nis attention to the state administration oranding iit as a political machine that had de dared hlH ooom and decreed his de struction refusing him a square dea and leaving no stone unturned to ac complish his dofeat because he bad retnsed to wear its collar and be ia party to its infamous transactions He claimed that the admmistratioi 4 offered hum his nomination by ac clamation If he would promise to at tend solely to national policies am leave state matters to the ma chine He charged Lr Milton Board sup- erintendentd ot the Western Kentucky asylum for the insane with perni cious political activity and said Dr Board must have the executive capac sty of a first Napoleon to be able to properly conduct an asylum with nine hundred or a thousand nnfirtnnati patients and still Devote a half of t three fourths ot his time to politics as a member of the state central com mittee state compaign committee and machine agent for all of vVesten and Southern Kentucky He concluded his speech by predict ing that John W Yerkes would be the next Republican candidate for govern or and that the state would be lost to Democracy unless the machine be de stroyed and a strong state ticket nominated by the people themselves TwentyFive Cents Will give you rest Will stop your pair and itching Paracamph absolute cures Piles whether bleeding or itch ing 01110 COUNTY NOTES t Shrevs correspondant The wheat crop ia very promising Crops of all kinds are looking very wellMost of the farmers are about dons setting tobacco and the acreage iis rather above the average The majority of the members of the A S of E are still holding their last ears cropOur community will have an abnnd anco of fruit of all kinds except ap pies They are falling so badly We have flourishing Sunday schools at Pleasant Grove Tiisler and Pleasan WalkThe school board has not yet employed a teacher though there have been severalI applicants Mr Arthur Miles will teach the Trislor school and Miss Helen Whittinghill will teach at Pleas ant Walk The large roller mill of TE Butler bustQuitoity attended Van Atnunrg Shows al Kordsville June 8 Arthur Miles wife and baby have returned from Mississippi where Mr Mlles has been teaching the past year Drw Chad s and Clarence Deweese who are amending the Hospital College of Medicine at Louisville are visiting their mother Mrs Lou De weese Mrs Mary Armstrong is visiting Mrs John Armstrong at H weaville We tave R F D routes in almost every direction now That in con nection with the network of farmers telephone lines takes off a good deal of our backwoodsy look Next give us the parcels post and post check currency In our bumble opinion these would be of much greater service to the farmer than rural free delivery The Ohio County Association will meet with Pleasant Trove church the week folowing the fourth Sunday in AugustCharlton Rosson is very sick and not expected to recover With this excsp tion the health of the Community is very good Tarfork Bridge Repaired Crossing of the bridge over Tartork creek near town was stopped last week in order that the structure could be repaired New tills and a new roof are among the improvements which have long been needed 5CASTORIAt I For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought f I IBears the 71Signature ofdIp rr r MME MARNES NEW YORK LETTER Picturesque Traveling and Rainy Day Gowns The Great Vogue of Abis SilkThe Beauty Doctors Prophecies Modistes are excelling all their former c efforts and woman is so gowned today that it would require but a slight stretch of the imagination to fancy that one is looking upon an c embodiment of a beauty painted by I an old master for indeed nothing of beauty of other eras escapes the arbi tors of fashion of tnis period J The fashionable is svelte at the hips and full at the hem The deep jolnt J that appeared years ago at the front of evening bodices is seen this season on cloth bodices as well but tnis point no matter of what material must be I straight and still to tit closely against the front breadth of the sKirt and j while not so much iis said about the straight front as formerly it is still with us in the best corset models such as the C B a la Spinte but in spite of the beauty doctors prophecies 1IP Couldnt Draw A Crowdi The colored minstrel troupe eleven in number and from N shville Chicago and Hopkinsville tmch was here last week as advertised to give an entertamu eat last Wednesday evening nt the club room ot the Cloverport Young Mens Association to white people only for the benefit of the colored Baptist church The entertainment did not come off as it couldnt draw a crowd The troupe gave several performances at the colored Baptist cnnrch and was liher ally patronized There was some good talent in the troupe and the members were a wellbehaved set Quality vs Quantity Hurd muscles and strong body do nltI 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 all the coarishillent out tf all the food you edt It digests what you eat regardless of the condition of the stomach and conveys the nutrient properties to the blood and tissues This builds up andI strengthens the entire system over comes and cures Indigestion Jpepsla Belching Sour Stomach etc Kodol Dspepsia Cure for what is sometimes called Americas national diseas- eIyspepsiais destined to eventually work a wonderful and lasting benefit to sufferers from this distressing and mind harassing condition Sold by All Drug gists For Improvement of Ohio Cincinnati June BThe conference of United States Engineers to consid er and report on plans for improving the Ohio river was begun today at tho headquarters of Col E H Ruff nerThe task before them is to reoort on the practicability of improving the Ohio to detinewayn and means fur carry- Ing out such improvements the proba ble expenseand the resulting influences that the improvement would have on river traffic and on industries within the river district The conference is to continue sever al days and the results wilt be put in form for the consideration of Con gress at its next meeting The engineers will rely largely on information al ready in their hands for the report they are to make To Kill Cut Worms Mr John L Hopkins a Woodford county farmer says The ground in my tobacco field was covered with cut worms My men read in a bulletin from the State Experiment Station that 155 Ibs of water and 25 lbs of sbipstuff made into a dough and sweetened with molasses and 13 Ibs of paris green thorouhly dissolved mixed intolt would exterminate the worms They tried it dropping pieces of the dongh the size of guinea of red noses and flushed faces the corset laces are bein drawn much tighterShort sleeves appear in gowns of all descriptions Even talloriuades have sleeves reaching not more than half way to the wrists and the frock for rainy day or traveling wear has lost much of its severity and has many of the more picturesque features former ly reserved for the more dressy gown Priestley cravenetted frocks for morning wear are at their most fash ionable Eton of seamless back and one dart front a fashion to which like wine age adds tJAvor Waistcoats are seen plentifully with such coats Cravenette on the back of the stunning tweed of which the trig toilet of darker shade in my drawing is com posed made it possible for the charm ing wearer a popular and athletic member of New Yorks smart set to take her daily pedestrian trip regard lees of wind and weather secure in the knowledge that her gown could be neither wet nor spotted And now a word about that beauti ful and perfect dress fabric Silk I Never has it possessed one tithe of its present popularity and it is a fashion come to stay No longer the fabric of i the rich the wearing of Abis silk should be a matter of congratulation to the woman of today for fashion can prescribe no fabric that is so beautiful and at the same time so generally becomingAbis eesaUne taffeta which hasI been so great a factor in the present silk vogue and which is shown in my illustration is a lovely slur of soft and shimmering texture and makes a mostI luxurious frock and best of all carries its guarantee on the selvage so it can be chosen for a gown that can be made to do duty for a variety of affairs being both durable and suit able Marian Marne eggs about four feet apart in the field and it worked like magic All the cut worms were cleaned up almost in a single night and we havent lost a plant since Subscribe for the NEWS If in a kind ot bilious mood You wish an aid to digest food No other pill is half so good As DeWitts Little Risers The Famous Little Pills EARLY RISERS cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness etc They never gripe or sicken but impart early rtsinc energy Good for either child ren or adults Bob Moore LaFayette Ind says No use talking DeWitts Little Early Risers do their work All other pills I have used gripe and make me sick DeWitts Little Early Risers brought the long sought relief They are perfect Sold by All Drug gists Deck Hands Are Scarce Every boat on the river with a single exceptionis haying trouble getting deck hands The season of the year has arrived when the character of ne jro who worKs as a rouster does not have to work at all No the or shelter and less tnan a dimes worth I of clothing it necessary Ho can sleep inywbere these warm nights and the food question dont bother him much Witn the few dimes given him i he feeds himself getting a band out now and then at some cheap establishment Frequently a roudter taking his vacation goes to thA country and sponges on the rural coons who make a crap but for the most part they congregate in the low dives about the cities and get on somehow anyhow Owensboro Messenger Dying of Famine- is in its torments like dying ol consumption The progress of consump tion from the beginning to the very end Is a long torture both to victim and friends When I had consump tion in its first stage writes Wm Myers of Cearfoss Md after trying different medicines and a good doctor I in vain I at last took Dr Kings New Discovery which quickly and perfectly cured me Prompt relief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc Positively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at Short Haynesdrug store price 50c and 100 a bottle Trial bottle free HotelI Lot Nicely Graded Mrs Geo Jordon has had her lot on the corner of First and High streets nicely graded and put in shape for building OA TORa Ar- Bul theThe Kind You Haw Always Bought BlgutUZI or 1 RAILROAD PROSPECTS BRIGHT Much Right of Way For Madlsonville Cloverport Line Already Given President Holeman ot the Madison ville Commercial club says that the prospects for the building of a rail road from this oity to Cloverport are very bright owing to the prompt and unanimous action on the part of the people along the line agreeing to giveI the right of way says tho Madison ville Hustler- The right of way nas been entirely given on one route through Muhlen burg and all of it given on another route except tnmuch two farms and the owners of theso farms could not be seen owing to absence from the coun ty at this time All the people who snow these men say they will cheer fully give it when they can be approached on the subject Mr Walter Thomson has met with great encouragement in securing the right of way between Madisonville and Pond river and very few of thA land owners have hesitated in regard to the matter Prompt notion is necessary to secure the rairload Mnhlenbnrg county people have offered the right of way nearly forty miles on two different routes If our Hopkins county land owners oetween JacilsoDvIlle and Pond river are awake to their oppor tunity they will not hesitate to join hands and tell the railroad ti come on with its march of development Huge Task It was a huge task to undertake the cure of such a had case of kidney di seases as that of C F Collier of Chero kee la but Electric Bitters did it He writes My kidneys were so far gone I could not sit on a chair without a cushion and suffered from dreadful backache headache and depression In Electric Bitters howeverI found a cure I and by them was restored to perfect health I recommend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or stomach Guaranteed by Short Haynes druggists price GOe A A 3 AAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAAAAUYour E 5 Repaired tI 5 and Guaranteed t s- Itj we dont do as we say we will wo will return your money AVo have firstclass and guaranteed goods in watches tIclocks chaIrs charms rings e spectacles silverware etc at 11Ii1 Jt Prices You Cannot Duplicate Elsewhere 4 We live here and everybody knows us If our word is not Rood dont believe what we say Our big sales and Im mense amount of repairs speak twhat people believeCC I 3 TrC LEWISSON = YOUR JEWELERS 4 HARD1NSBURG KENTUCKY t- e yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYVyyyyyyyye O ik If its Something 5 UptoDate You Are iIf X It t Wanting in III i GoodskI Ijj Jt r It J t It will pay you to call and J5 5f inspect my stock The styles S S are not only the very latest x g but tho prices are the prices J that please I also carry a jI KKfine line ofXI Ladies Skirts S It Ifj Iitom era iiMrs P McCoy I t Irvington KyIJtJt I It+ lAASIAwStAAA 1 1i1 AlitStO- MCDANrLS Jas Higdon was here Monday- W T Cannon is now on tne sick listEd Rhodes is home from Cincinnati on vacation A fishing party will be given at Yellow Lake Sunday tIUfNI U- II 6010 4 McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT JJ FOR ROAD WAGONS AND BUGGIES SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS i Y WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FuR t INDEX AND GREEN SEAL PAINTS I McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky DRMOFFETFS as S Ms Only 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to C J MOFFETT M D Louis Ho Mother Hcsltate no longer but savo tho and life ot your child as thousands have done by giving these powders TEETHINA Is and quickly counteracts and over James tho tho summers heat upon teething children LOUISVILLE EVANSVillE PACKET COi- NConrortATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville- Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Bvansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 pm Through freight rates and tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 7j Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 15415CI58 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 Centennial Eiposiiion 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 Cheap Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark via Memphis Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to CALIFORNIA Excursion cars through to Los Angees and San Francisco via New Orleans Every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha nnd the Scenic Route every Wednes day from Chicago Full Particulars concerning all ot the above can be had ot Homo Agents or by addressingF HARLOW D P A Louisville Mrs James Cannon IH visiting her daughter Mrs Fenly Brown- A nice line of fancy lawns and ginghams just received at Rhodes Storms 01- 1QuUe a number from this vicinity Attended the show at Hardinsburg Wednesday Mi ss Fannie Rhodes has returned home after attending a three months term at Leitchtield school Misses Maggie Aker Sue and Anna bel Rhodes spent Thursday with Miss Mary Jo Mattingly and sister Plasterers are getting along nicely with the new Catholic church It is expedited to be completed about the middle of July The following young folks were very pleasantly entertained at Misses Mary Lena and Mattie Matinglys Sunday Misses Margnnte and Florence Rhodes Messrs Eli Storms Rhodes Will Moore and Dr T J QIasacook J Cures Cholera Infanfum i titR Diarrhoea Dysentery and the 1l f Bowel Troubles of Children of Jtny Age Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strength ens the Child and MAKES TEETHING EASY St health easily given effects of passenger Ed V G BABBAGE ii- A rPlJBLICr I I Many years experience m sot tlmg estates All collections real onable t Cloverport Kentucky Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public l f- tl fIf your acknowledgement at your homo t This saves you trouble and cost t t I Your Patronage Solicited r Address me at Hardinsburg Ky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at law- HARDlN58URO KY Will practice his profession In all ot the Courts of Breckenriupe and adjoining coup ties Special atttntlon given to ooJlcctJnn road cases and criminal practice Liceni etto practice in United States District Courts Oftlcever Bank ClC Hardlnsburj ti Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop It LUMBERii DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME f BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC I StylishComfortable 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 Ext pert tailors employedYJ H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind SourII I StomachNo non headache constipation bad brut b general debility sour risings and catarrh el the stomach are all due to Indigestion Ketol cures Indigestion This new discovery rtmr tents the natural Juices of digestion as hey exist In a healthy stomach comblnd with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does Ml only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but skis troubleby IJaJthoto Mr S S Ball of Rirtniweod W V Mill twatyKodolby1IA Kcxlol DIsuti What You lEatIottlaomly I saeMuMittfr uPreSNINAN Bold by all oDrufcglsts Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar Yellow Lake is n favorite resort with thevonngBterB for amid pleasant nrronndlngs one can enjoy a natural scenery interesting to the eye without going a greet distance to see something less intereating Every one is invited to come r 1r ra y eq3T 4T cn r + I The Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY June 14 1903 J FORTY BANDS TO PLAY DIXIE I 4And Old Flags to be Carried First Time Since War on Thursday The parade of the Confederate Ve terans which will be given in Louis vlllo on June 15 the second day of the Confederate Reunion tnere will f probably be among the last E Arrangements are therefore being made to make it as notable aa the oc casion requires The march of the veterans who followed LeeI I Stone wall Jackson Houd Gordon and the t jI great leaders of the Uonfederacy will l r eeryap i armies will be seen mounted in the l r ofrt +i The parade will be two miles long A There will DO nineteen divisions Each State and department will be headed by a band Ueu Stephen D I Lee CommanderinChief of the U C Vi will lead Conspicuous in the t front ranks will be Fighting Joet4 i t Wheeler Forty bands will play six pieces Dixie The Bonnie Blue Flag f c II My Old Kentudcky Home Maryland My Maryland Virginia and North Carolinas hymnliThe Old North StateIt r I HagsIk will be carried for the first time since i the war having Just been returnee from the Noth A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES J ProtrudingII Pa1LOQINTMEN1Of how long standing In ti to 14 days First yourdruglstwill be forwarded postpaid by Paris Medl clue Co Pt Louis Mo FowlerVoseR- egarding the marriage of Maji Jamed W Vose and Miss LornalCralg Fowler daughter of Col and Mrs U W Fowler of Lyndon formerly of this city last Thursdays Louis ville Times says in part The wedding of Maj James W Vose and Miss Lorna Craig Fowler I daughter ot Col and Mrs C W towler was solemnized in a I beautiful and impressive manner last 1 1evening at U oclock in the parlors of Kentucky Military Institute at Lyn don the Rev W C Humphreys of Anchorage officiating I After the ceremony the bridal party proceeded to the lawn where the uple received the congratulations o those present Refreshments were 1 served on the llawn 1 Mr and Mrs Vose left immediate ly for Lonisvillle where they took a Pennsylvania train for tne East They II will spend the summer in New YorK and Massachusetts the bridegrooms old home On their return they will make their home at the K M I where Maj Vose will resume his position as professor ot English About 150 guests many of them from a distance attended the nuptialsf t Size of New State Capitol The plans for the new State capitol have been accepted by the State Capi 4 tol Commission Bids will probably be accepted about July 15 The length of the building has been increased from 1i80 feet to 402 feet and ten inches and there will be handsome I endIBAD STOMACHMAKES BAD BLOOD foultchurn Every farmers wife r Your stomach churns and digests the S e ofborderblood poisoning You will have foul breath coated tongue bad taste poor etite and a whole train of disagreeable symptoms Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery which Is not a beverage composed of wnlsky or alcohol being entirely free from Intoxicants is a great 1 regulator and Invigorator of the Ston ch Liver and Dowels About a soar ago I was ill with blood pol IQnlnlr writes Miss Eveline Louis of 89 Walter Street Buffalo N Y I had what eomod to be a small cold sore on iny lip It- t became very angry in appearance and began to spread until it nearly covered my face I was a frightful sight and could not so out aide tho house because of my appearance I used a blood medicine which did not give me any relief Then I began to take your Golden Medical Discovery I was greatly 1benefitedwith the first bottle and after tak1 Inlrtho bottle was completely cured The eryslpelatous eruption disappeared and my blood s cleansed My complexion Is clear and fresh and I have felt better this year than I did for some time before Dr Plercos Golden Medical Discovery Is certainly a most remarkable medicine Dont accept a substitute for a medicine which performs such cures and which has a uniformly successful record of nearly forty years to Its credit Its an Insult to ii your intelligence for a dealer to try by overpersuasion to palm off upon you In Its stead some Inferior article with nor record to back It up You know what you want It Is his business to meet that want itkn nnn GIVEN AWAY In copied of JpOUpUUU The peoples Common Sense Iiedtcal Adviser a book that sold to the ex iitof 600000 copies a few years ago kt 150 per copy Last year we gave away 000 worth of these Invalua e books This year we shall away 160000 worth of Sre Will you share In this benefit If so send only Yt- j onecent stamps to cover cost j of mailing only for book In stiff paper covers or 31 stamps for clothbound Address Dr 1L Y Pierce Buffalo N Y Constipation although a little Ill bee l big ones If neglected Dr Piorcea Pellets cUres constipation i v TO BE PRESENTED ELSEWHERE Sweet Lavender at Hardlnsburg A Noble Outcast at Lewisport Sweet Lavender and A Noble Outcast tht two plays presented here recently at the club room of the Clover port Young Mens Association by local talent were so successful Crow histrionic and financial standpoints that the managements have decided to stage them at other towns in this and neighboring counties The manage ment of each play hate made one en gagement and if they meet with the success they did here they will no doubt mule other towns in this part ot the State Sweet Lavender which was played here on the1 evening of May 10 for the beneht ot the public school library will oe presented at the opera house at Hardinsburs on Thurdsuy evening June 22 The play will bo given again in the interest of this cause and wilt no doubt draw a full housens tho peo ple of Hardiusburg are well Known tor the interest in schools and school- worK It will be given by the eleven young people who presened it here II A Noble Outcast the comedy drama which was produced here on the evening of June 1 by Clover Dramatic Club Clover Lodtre No 42 A 0 U 11ewill be given at Lewisport m the internet ot the A U U W lodge on Saturday evening Tune 24 There is little douut that it will be liberally atronized Cuban Diarrhoea U S soldiers who served in Cuba duriug the Spanish war know what this disease is and that ordinary remedies have little mote effect than so much water Cuban diarrhoea is almost as severe and dangerous a a wild attack of cholera There is one remedy how everthat can always be depended upon as will be seen by the following certifi cate from MrsMinnie Jacobs of Huston Texas I hereby certify that Chamber lains Colic Cholera and DtarrhoRn Remedy cured my husband ofa severe attack of Cuban diarrhoea which he brought home from Cuba We had several doctors but they did him no good One bottle of this remedy cured him as our neighbors will testify I thank God for so valuable a medicine For sale by Short t Haynes Fined 510 For Each Shot Mack Williams of near Constantine was arrested in this city Wednesday for shooting within the city limits He dreg four shots and was tined 10 per shot in the police court He reo plevied the 40 fine and returned home u much wiser man Elizabeth town Mirror Constantine is in Breckenridge county near the Hardm county line The Best I Ever Used Miss Fannie Allen of Guthrie Ky writes I find The 20th Century Hair Tonio to be the best preparation for the scalp end hair I ever used Eight years ago I had eczema of the scalp very badly and ap to the time I began the use of your remedy about one year ago my hair had H dead appearance and was streaK d with gray soalp full of dan druff in fact my hair and scalp both were very much diseases Since using your tonic I have not bee i troubled with any dandruff my scalp perfectly healthy the gray hair restored and my hair is very softfresh anl youth ful in appearance I never want to be without it and shall recommend it to any person as the best I ever used For sale by all druggists Bills May Follow Probe Chicago June 6 Instructions were received today by the Federal grand jury which has been investigating the affairs of the beef industries for the past two months to continue the investiga tion and return indictments if the jurors find that the testimony warrants such action The instructions to the jury were in a communication received by Assistant United States District Attorney God man from his chief C B JMorrsouwho is still in Washington where he went two weeks ago to consult with Attorney General Moody regarding the investiga tion The jury will from now on hold two sessions daily until they reach their final conclusions At least thirty indictments it Is said have already been drawn and Assistant Attorney General Fagin is now work ing on several others said to be of great importance Rev Newsoms Success at Cadiz A Methodist revival recently closed at Cadiz resulting in sixty conversions thirtySeven of whom have united with the M E church and the others will join the Baptist and Christian churches Uniontown Telegram Rev J T Newsom of Murfreesboro Tenn who conducted the meeting is well known here Teaches at Lewisport Again Prof JV Jarrett of Stephensport has been chosen to teach the public school at Lewisport again next session r j ONEGMLONOFEACH LMSECDOfLV PAINT J21IHTi7nporlanl ooNNlwNNnia WWO ntin Gerapm TIN U1f NSN1 Ail e I wtIa nuIp Mt pimti1 110 00 paratlyWeiit not going lu last very long Of course il may look well in the bej5inninebul Ihe endhll- Were here in bjuneii to llay and when we recommend Kinloch Punt we certainly mUI be pcmive ofIII staying qualities too We cm give you tome rat information on punting When you are ready to buy come and Ice ut about IniocitHOUSE PAINT We will supply you II floe tame lime nth Iruh pure linseed oil- II R S BANDY Irvington Ky It KINLOCH PAINT COMPANY I I Two Birds WithII One Stoner n Go out and see the Lewis ond Clark at Portland Oregon this Summer Take in Colorado en route Visit Yellow Stone 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 jlittle FltOM HEHE TO TIIEIIK IIJ TWINThe through to Fort Worth leaves St Louis 230 p m daily TRAINSThe Texas Limited through to Dallas Houston Galveston and San Antonia TOleaves St Louis 821 p m daily Observation Cars TEXASFred Hacvey Meals further information write General Passenger Agent Frisco IIFOl St Louis Mo la ASHEVILLS N Ca Center of the Beautiful Land ofthe Sky A superb elevated plateau the lowest point of which is two thousand feet above the levelof the sea Situated in the most favorable por tion of the temperate zone The Government records of the climate of Western North Carolina which are unimpeachable evidence give the fol lowing averages Spring 5349 degrees F Summer 7072 degrees F Autumn 5348 degrees F Winter 3887 degrees Fi With a mean for the whole year of 5415 degrees F and a mean relative humidity of but 65 per cent A Natural Paradise where all human ills find quicd relsef Reached only by theSouthern RailwayF- or Land of the Sky bookletSum mer Resort folder etoISend twocent stamp to C H HUNGERFORDDist LOUISVILLE KY GEO B ALLENAsst Pass Agt ST LOUIS MO HOUSE Full j Meteor official Large Stook of Eleo trio Light Street hallway and Tele phone Supplies Constantly hand SEND FOR CATALOGUE JAS CLARK Jr CO 313 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY J PURE Raw Exposition I 4 information on rqut GEO I I u System TELEPHONESAND SWITCHBOARDSALSO on PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Cltuuei end txantiflcl the hair Promote a laiuriint growth OryUCumfillingfOcindUOat New Floor For Iron Bridge Seven thousand feet of firstclassred beech lumber is being sawed at Fuquas saw mill near town tor a new floor for the iron bridge over Clover creek District Road Supervisor Ueo N Harris will snpeiiuteud the laying ol the floor for Bridge Commissioner Yes Smith at his request Dr A P Latham I VINE GROVE KY I will remove to- ELIZABETHTOWN I I about KY I i 1 JULY 1ST 1905 i LOW SETTLERS RATEST- O POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Via Cotton Belt Route On first and third Tuesdays of each month round trip tickets will be sold to points in Arkan sas Lousisiana Texas und other Western territory at rate of one faro plus 2 Stopovers allowed on the going trip 21 days in which to return Cotton Belt Route trains leave Memphis morning and evening making connection with all lines andcarry sleepers chair cars and parlor cafe cars Write in for literature describ ing the country for maps time table and information about rates etc LOSCHAEFERTPA Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati 0 Zs HOTEL LoulsvllleJKy I i Weve Hired UncleII of IoobI I Spring Suits at 10 I They are black Thlbtts for dress wear and fancy Caaitneres and Worsteds in light medium and dark patterns for business wear They are GUARANTKHD and made in thoroughly tijtoc tc styles What we ask you to do iis to write and ask for wimples ami measure IanksNling you saw Tills ad in TIllS ttaper Ours is the 1 argent and oldest house in ur line in the South We OWN our tmilditi and have done business on the sASIE sPOT for over FORTY YEARS We sell CLOTHING HATS and fKNISH IXGS for uten and boys SIIOEs for every body We PAY KXPRKSS on worth nod send nil goods SflJJKCT TO APPRovAL Style books for all lines free on request I1us hear from you i LEVYSThird LOUISVILLE ON 00Ot i0a 0 ONNNNNs 1 2 I Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS I B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier J DIRECTORS 1 + Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard J Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Y- S Insured against loss by fire or t Interest paid on time deposits burglarytt 000100 + 01 0 The Breckinridge Bank h Cloverport Ky Ca ptal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier 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 furnished our customer iree NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits u tthNttl llttNi tIINfMiSIIN First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VirtPitsidtnt- H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Finns nnd Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits NN NNN l NNt110 iWl1NN NN iti n THE Fifth Avenue PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr 1 andI AUWOOI The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city malting a J200 rate Only one block from the principal shopping district and twolblocks from the principal theatres Street cars puss the door to all parts of the city- Everything neat dOcliiI Jo J r N NNNN NNN- tINNNNft lINNM tIN More Double Track Writing in The Raleigh Post of yesterday Mr J C Caddell foresees the time when trains running between Greensboro and Charlotte will dash through a continuous city and says that the next ninetynineyear lease of the North Carolina Railroad 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 that a force of hands will tomorrow begin grading on the double track between Greensboro and High Point It is continuing won der how the Southern Railway contrivesvto 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 pf the South and it has not undertaken its itstrafficTO OBTAIN THE BEST RESULTS USE THE Southern Railway S HARDWICK W H TAYLOE Passeuzer Traffic Manager General Passenger Agent Washington D C NNNNNN NONeNN 1- w 00 f JThe Breckenridge = NewsEE- t WEDNESDAY Junr 14 1905 BEWLEYVILLE Wuthen Drury iis on the sic list this week Wo thank hc NEWS for tl- tt program of our Childrons Day James Drury of Brandenburg recently visited his parents here Chas Drury is having nnew 1 porch put up1 in front of hii houseMiss Fannie Ilardaway will leave this week for Frankfort to trelativest r Drury has returned homo after an extended stay wit l Mrs Kate Bennett Hon G W Richardson iis making preparations to build a new house on the old site Miss Ada Stith left Monday for an extended stay with her aunt Mrs Elma Morton in Louisville Among the guests Sunday wa- Its 5 Irene Fountaine and children lately returned from Van Burent ArkEd Foote of Owensboro was i here Sunday visiting relatives andI1 attending Sundayschool exer cises Morris Jolly of Irvington t spent Friday at Dewey Height It is a pleasure to have him able to make the trip Mrs Alhright lost a pocket hook Sunday containing a pair of gold rimmed spectacles which she hopes someone has found and will return to her Miss urn McCoy entertained several young lady friends Monday in honor of her guest Miss Cora McCoy of Union Star who will make her a visit of a week or moreChildrens Day Sunday was quite a success a red letter day indeed A slight shower inter fered with the morning exercises but the ones who had it in hand managed with tact and steered afcly thro so that the friends present were loud in their praises There was a large crowd present an ample dinner and a good collection The children acquitted themselves with great credit Golden Hod Sprained Ankle Stiff Ntck Lame Shoulder These are three common ailments for which Chamberlains Pain Balm is esI pecially valuable If promptly applied it will save you timemoney and suffer ing when troubled with any oue of theseI ailments For sale by Short Haynes I Gasoline Boats Measured James P Thomas and Clay Miller of the office of the Surveyor of Port at Louisville were here and at Stephens port Sunday to measure the gasoline boats operating at the two points They measured the Archie at Steph ns port and the gasoline boats here oWlledI bv T V Sawyer Wood Wetthetholt 0 T Skillman and bred I raize The boats were measured for the purpose of ascertniiiiug if they were over fifteen tons capacity in which case they would have to be turned over to the government inspectors and operated by licensed men and fully equipped with lifeI preservers thus bringing them under regulations of steam going v ssels It was found that all of the boats measured less than fifteen tons capacity Each boat owner had to pay five dollars to Messrs Thomas and Clay as a result of their visa and will have to equip his boat witn a bell and a whistle though it is not expected that this lit v will be enforced before July 1 LaltttsvfAr Sometimes the hair is not properly nourished It suffers for food starves Then it falls out turns prematurely gray Ayers Hair Vigor is a HairVigor hair food It feeds nourishes The hair stops falling grows long and heavy and all dan druff disappears 4 Mr fair wan corning out terribly I WM almost afraid to conili It lint Ajett Halt Vigor the falling und alio restored the nantralrior MiL K a K warn tending N J 5100 a bottle j c ATKIICO Lowell MX drlllltlllifor Poor Hairi j TORTURE AND kHUMILIATION ieFor Fifteen Years Face and Body Mass of Itching Sores Could Not Express Suffering Doctors HopeS CURED BY CUTICURA AT COST OF1e25 + fI My head was one mass of scabs my forehead was covered down almost wearItpinheadwhite crusty scab would form and itch and words cannot express the torture and humiliation I suffered for fifteen years I tried many doctors and all kinds of treatments but could get no help and I thought there was no hope for me A friend told me to get Cuticura I did and in three days my head was as clear as ever Inp plied the Ointment night and morning also taking a hot bath three times a Weekand using the Ointment freely after the bath After using one cake of Soap and two boxes of Ointment I was completely cured without mark or blemish I was so pleased I felt like running down the street to tell everyone I met what Cuticura had done for me If any one is in doubt about this thev may write to me Wahington COMPLETE TREATMENT For Every Humour i Complete external and internal treatment for every humour consisting of Cuticura Soap Ointment andIPills may now be had for one dollar A single set is often sufficient to cure the most torturing disfiguring itching burning and scaly humours eczemas rashes and irritations from infancy to age when all else fails Culii un SIP Ointment and Pllli are thniuxhuut the world PotternrugarheaCrtimtmySuic1rups I 3r Send tat Skin ami llloud Iurlflcmtlun The Lout ChordII Sir Arthur Sullivan was at one time greatly worried about what appeared to him to be a bad Inconsistency In The Lost Chord Sir John Robinson tells tho story The words are T struck ono chord of music like the sound of a great amen Now amen Is IeaIIe not notice this he said until after the I song had been sung in public and he wns terribly afraid he would get laughed at for It Strange to say nobody I ever seemed to hove found It out Sot n UiiKcrliiK Fault Dear George has only one fault said the bride of three short weeks He Is such an awful flatterertj That fault rejoined her elder slseter who had been up against the mntII rltnonlal game for throe long years will gradually disappear as the honII eymoon wanesJJ Oh dear sighed the bride I was in hopes It would last foreverChl cago ewsJIIU Doubtful COIIIIIJrllentf twas that he said queried the Indignant grocer Did he dare insinuate that I ought to put less sand In my sugar Not at all When I told him that yon were selling sugar cheaper than nay other dealer in town he said it tiwli soul to do business like you did Houston Post lt nllMiii III Art Little Visitor pointing to a large oil portrait Whose picture 1 Is that Lit tit Hostess She was my mammas greataunt I never heard much about her hut jjuess she was n schoolteacher Little VisitorWhy Little Hostess See how her eyes follow us about The Childrens Favorite For Coughs Croup Whooping Cough etc One Minute Cough Cure is the childrens favorite This is because it contains no opiate is perfectly harm less tastes good and cures Sold by All Druggists IRVINGTON Dr Busb June tt3 and 24 RevJ T Lewis was in Cloverport Friday on business Miss Mary Cornwall was in Louis vine last week shopping Harry Kemper was in Louinville several days last week on business Dr J LV Bush the dentist ot Can nelton will be here June 23 and 24 Mrs Will Gardner was in Branden burg visiting Mrs Fonnie Rhodes last week IMra Sim Payne left Saturday for to see her father who is very ill- Bert Cunningham of Cbenanlt was in town visiting Mrs Will Gardner last week Mrs Marauds Adkisson is jn Gus ton visiting Mrs Georgia Dowell forI a few days Miss Edith Marshall has gone home after teaching a private school here for nine months Miss Amelia Plonever of Louisville was the guest of Miss Jessie Brady last week Miss Ella Kemper left for Indii napolis Ind Monday after a weeks visit to her brother Miss Bonnie Dangherty of Louisville is a guest of Mr and Mrs Bob Jolly for some time Mrs Jim Bohn and daughter Rob I arrived Saturday after a visit to her brother in Fordsville For firstclass dental work go to Dr J C Bush of Cannelton He will be here June 23 and 24 Rev Everett English of Steph ens port was in town the first part of the week visiting friendsIMiss Mary Smith has returned after a weeks visit to her sister Mrs thou Henninger at Basin Springs Wade Ragsby of Louisville was the guest of his cousin Mrs Casey Busn several days of last week Mrs Ella Watlington of Evansville Ind has returned home after a visit to Mr and Mrs J K Bramlett Mr and Mrs G T Marshall and daughter Ruth and Nellie Marshall spent Monday in Louisville shopping Mr and Mrs William Dowell of Garfield were the guests of Mr and Mrs Davis Dowell for a few days last weekMisses Tidy Mercer and Maggie Baker of Hardinsburg were the guests of Mrs Lydia Bandy las weekMrs Nora Board and children were in Hardinsburg for several days last week attending the circus and visit ing friends Mrs Bally Waller and son Hern don of Hopkinsrille are tho guests of Mr and Mrs John Wimp for an indefinite visit Mrs Edward Graves and her moth er Mrs Calhoun are in Owensboro for several weetcs visiting friends and relativesI lost a 30 gold watcu and offer a good reward to any one who will bring it to McGlothlan Pig gotts storeTony King Mrs Charlie Chamberlain left Sat nrda Green She goes as A delegate from the Womans Mis sionary Society of the 11 E church Dr L B Mortman and son Louis Bennett L E Henderson and child ren And Earl Bennett were all in Har dtnsburg Wednesday attending the circus Ed McAfee of Cloverport was badly hurt last Friday afternoon while supervising some work on the railroad He was brought here from Gustcn and attended by three doctors Dr L B Moreman of Irvington Dr Bax ter of Guston and Dr Prewitt ofII West Point The following is the honor roll df the Irvington private school each I receiving ninety per cent or more j in each subject Eva McGIotblau Claire Jolly Morris McCoy Agnes Hynes Eliza Piggott Katharine 1 Wiutp Ruth Hynes Tho friends of Mr and Mrs Tho Blythe will be sorry to learn of the death of their little baby boy which occurred Saturday morning HenryWattersons WattersonsLetters Europe Will Be A Leading Feature of The CourierJournalDuring THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COM PLETE NEWSPAPER Mill Rates J Daily CourierJournal 1 year 6 i Dally and Sunday 1 year8W- eekly 1 yearlCOURIE- RJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY 1 By a Special Arrangement you can get the- BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL- both I one year for only 150 This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS OFFICEI Cloverport Ky 1r TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN WHO ESCAPED SPRING CATARRH BY TAKING PERUNA Spring Fever is Spring Catarrh==Nothing Robs One of Strength Like Spring Catarrh CAMPBELLtMiss Estello Campbell 140 N High street Nash j i yule Tenn writes Peruna helped me when almost everything else felled I was rundown from overwork as I had not been able to take a vacation for three years and naturally my nenes were all unstrung and I was greatly In need of rest and a tonic 1 went away for two months but did not seem to got my strength back although I was taking a j prescription which tho doctor gave me before I wont away At tho request of my relatives with whom I was visiting I began to use Peruna and you cannot realize how glad I was when within a week I found jj- I was feeling so much better Inside of a month I was feeling splendidly ready and able to take up my work againEstello Campbell A Spring Tonic Almost everybody needs a tonic in the spring Something to braco the nerves invigorate the brain and cleanse the blood That Peruna will do this is be yond all question Wo have on file thousands of totters which testify to the curative and pre ventivo value of Peruna in cases of nervous depression and run down con ditions of the system We quote a typical case MrFrank Williams 3935 SMth street New York City member First Presby terian Church and Captain Capitol Golf Club writes Last spring I suffered with malaria about 1130 The remains were taken to the Cloverport cemetery Those who accompanied them were Miss Ermire Muntord Messrs Crayton Claycomb Louis Jolly Newsom Gard iner sad Lonnie Do well For SIck headache take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets anti a quick cure is certain For sale by Short 4 Haynes MATTINGLY Mrs J E Brlckey is sick Mrs Roscoe Lasley who has been very sick is better- Ed Heron was the guest of Miss Mirtie Furrow last Sunday Paul Wellington was the guest of Miss Nola Furrow last Sunday Miss Maggie Keenan of Tarfork is visiting friends and relatives here Little Miss Burrilla Mullet of Tar fork is visiting Mrs James Keenan Alfred Hawkins has purchased from Short Haynes an uptodate surrey Miss Lula Brickey is visiting her aunt Mrs Rhoda Wright at McQuadv this week Mr and Mrs Sam Lisley visited her parents Mr and Mrs Davis at West view last week Curtis Pate of Mattingly was the guest of Miss Lessle Newton at Clover pore last Sunday Seth Burdett of Owensboro is visit ing his daughter Mrs Oscar Hinton and other relatives Rev C Argabright of Raymordwill preach at this place the fourth Saturday in this month at night Our Sunday school is progressing nicely There is a large attendance of scholars and visits a every Sunday Burton Orum of St Louis who has been visiting his father S B Ovum andother relatives has returned home Misses Mary and Mina Perkins of Beechfork who have been at the Tar Springs for some time have returned homeGet ready for WN Pates big picnic July 4 From all indications it pro mises to be one of the most enjoyable picnics oi the season Mrs Forrest Head and sister Miss Nelia Bivin of OWeusboro who have been visiting friends and relatives here have returned home Mrs Sarah Frank entertained her children and a number of friends and relatives to a birthday dinner June 6 being Mrs Franks birthday All itI an enjoyable time Penrt na is the Finest Tonic For a Weary Woman t Miss B Inez Silvers 180 W J30th street Now York City Grand Recorder Daughters of American Independence writes Nino years of work without a vacation wore out my nervous system 1 lost my appetite and felt j weak and exhausted nearly all the time Peruna restored me to perfect health In five i weeks It Is the finest tonic for a weary woman i that J know of I gladly endorse fB Inez Sllvera Poruna is the most prompt and permanent curo forka- ll cases of nervous prostration caused by systemio catarrh known to the medical profession iyvnvyni 0 MISS B INEZ SILVERA Iand a run down condition which seemed very diflicult to overcome- I tried several different tonics but did not teem to get much bettor until I began using Peruna My recovery was slow but I was improving and I was glad to continue using it At the end of two months my health was restored and I looked and felt much better than I had for years Your remedy is well worthy of a recommend and I am pleased to RiTe it mine Frank Williams Peruna never falls to prevent pJostrat1on Mr and Mrs James Keenan Mr and Mrs B F Frank Miss Rilla Howard Miss Maggie Keeuan Charley Howard and Jas Bivin composed a party that visited the Tar Springs last Sunda- yPATESVILLE J W Cnriatian and W J Fawver went to Cloverport Monday Rev Gaum delivered a sermon at the Baptist church Sunday night Dr J T Hilnur is visiting his mother Mrs Wm Milner at Union StarMiss Sue Ste bens of Hawesville attended the ordination here Wednes daySeveral of the young folks of Pates yule passed through nere Sunday en route to Tar Springs Messrs Harvey and Clay Willet of Owensboro entertained a crowd with i music Wednesday evening at the home of J M Fawver Mrs Susan Rice and daughter Mrs Susan Powell who have been visiting toIOrdination services were held tt the Baptist church Wednesday morning commencing at 10 oclook and contin ing until in the afternoon William Powers being ordained to the minis try Eugene Sills of Hardinsburg who is driving for one of the livery stables at that place stopped over here Tuesday night and gave a musical enter tainment at bJ Fawvers photograph departments A crowd from this place went to explore and view Jeffery Cliffs San day Those that went were Mrs T W Harmon Misses Nina Lynch Anna Lamb Mollie Fawver Emma rFl r Pcruna Contains No Narcotics One reason why Peruaa has found per manent uso in so many homes Is that it contains no narcotic of any kind Po runa is perfectly harmless It can beIused any length of time without acquir- Ing a drug habit Pernna does not produce temporary results itIB permanent in its effect It has no bad effect upon the system and gradually eliminates catarrhJay removing tho cause of catarrh There area multitude of homes where Pernna has been used off and on for twenty years Such a thing codld nut be possible if Peruna contained any drugs of a narcotic nature All correspondence held i strictly confidential j Clark Nellie Fawver Ola Clark 1I Messrs John Arora William Fawver Homer Lamb Matt Jarboe Clifton Corley Oscar Young and Vernon Lynch Jeffery Cliffs are abont 100 yards high in some places and are very beautiful especially the New map steps and the Devils Slide Row which are very attractive W J Fowvor toots his photographing outfit and made pictures of many dif ferent scenes HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You l now what you are taking It Is ion and quinine in a tasteless form No cure no pay 50c GARRETT Mra Laura Burch is in Louisville visiting relatives Mrs Rebecca yammers visited Mrs fI Buckler last week I Joe Saunders and family were JirMrsBernice were in Brandenburg T fles day Little Percy Easev spent last wee with his grandparents Mr and Mrs FousheeEdd of Georgetown guest of his cousin Miss Bernicell ShaoKlett Sunday Mesdames Jack Williams Joe Satin dors and Dick Dowell spent Tuesday with Mrs B J CarrIco Jr Mrs John Lancaster nee Dollle Guedry of Arizona visited her fathIerinlaw WB Lancaster last week Mr and Mrs J H Shaoklett have announced the marriage of their daughter Bernice to Mr Charles Price of Brandenburg June 20 at 780 in the evening at Bill Grove Baptist church OR SALE SQUARE PIANO I Reasons for selling am leaving city and dont care to move it t Inquire at IIAMAIAN 6 SONS FURNITURE STORE Harry Hangman a f r