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THE BRECKEMftlDGE NEWS r l ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT1 1 YOLoXXIXCLOYERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 21 1905 8 Pages NO 49 UNUSUALLY LARGE AUDIENCE Attended Bible Day Exercises at the Baptist Church on Sunday ji An audience that tilled to overflow- Ing the Baptist church attended the Bible Day exercises Sunday evening A collection of 17 40 which was takenI up during the latter part of the exer cises was for the purpose of buying 1F t tbibles for use in the missionary fields k The exercises in which the Sunday school children took the principal part were interesting and thoioughly enjoyed by the large audIence There was no service Sunday even i ng at either the Methodist or Presby terian churches the Methodists pur posely omitting their service becaus- of the exercises at the Baptist church This accounted to some extent for tbe size of the audience which was one of the largest ever assembled here the church being full and many standing outside Tueprogram was exception ally well rendered considering that short time was occupied in preparing for the exercises One very pleasing and attractive feature was the beauti ful floral decorations The urogram which was rendered was as follows PreludeMiss Ree Willis Sciug School f PrayerR O Willi- sAddressSuperintendent C E Light foot- WelcomeSylvia Eskridge Bertha Perkins SongChildrens Happy Day RecitatIonGertrude Gregory RecItatIonHomer Morrison Recitation Punhne Nicholas SongSunshine Recitation Susie Netwon Hazel Hol der Audrey Perkins RecitationLonnie Keith RecitatIonOtto Eskridge Recitation Eula McCracken Edith Weisenberg Alphabet and Song Infant Class Song by Schoo- lhbcitatlonMary Pate EecitationBeatrice McUraokenEsie Gregory Claudie PateBesaie Keys SonglGeorge YoungerPr6ctor Keith Lawrence Murray Ira Behen Floral CrossMrs RL Oelzes Class KremerfBather Pate Lewis Miller Wil lie Wro- eRecitationClaudIe Pate RecitationMary Owen Oelze SongMiss Ray Heyser CollectionSongAddison Kiemer and Chorus Arch of FameMre C E Lightfoots Class So ng by Schoo- lBtnediction Rev W P Gordon Owensboro Prominent Physician Dead Hawesville Ky June 17This town is in sorrow tonight over the death of Dr C C Norman the oldest and most prominent physician in the place and one of the oldest in the county He came to Hawesville twentyfire years ago and built up a lard practice which he retained until he was attacked by dropsy a few M months ago i KILLS GERMS OF CATARRH Jtfyomel Goes to the Root of the DIs case and makes Astonishing Cures Catarrh cannot be cured by the use of pills liquid medicines and socalled system tonics Under such treatment the germs of the disease will still live r in the air passages and increase and I multiply i Hyomei is the only scientific and thorough way to cure catarrh Killing the germs in the air passages it enters the blood with thu oxygen destroys the microbes in the blood and effect wally drives from the system all traces of catarrhal poison Thousands of testimonals have been given as to the astonishing cures made by this remedy Mrs Le Rendu70 Western Avenue Cleveland Ohio writes I believe Hyomei saved my life I am better now than I have been in thirty years Many doctors both in England and JJrance treated me for catarrh but 1 r was not cured until I used Hyomei Probably the strongest evidence that can be offered as to the powers of Hyomei to cure catarrh is the fact that Slort Haynes will agree to re fftnd the money if yon say Hyomei has not cured you The complete Hyomei outfit costs but 100 consisting ot an Inhaler dropper and sufficient Hyomei to last several weeks This will effect a cure in ordinary cases but for chronic landf deepseated cases pf catarrh longer use may be necessary and then extra nottles of Hyomei can be otatned fort aeoS Qr CHARMED BY MISS BETSY PBrown and WNichol Aloonshlners ofWestvIew are Captured Because they couldnt resist the harms of Miss Betsy Deputy United States Marshal Nichols trusty gun Messrs Philip Brown and Wll ham Nichol alleged moonsuiners of Weatview this county are In jail at Owensboro to await the Isittinu of the federal court in November Brown and Nichol were captured Jat Guston Meade county Friday by Marshal Nichols In the early part of May it will be remembered Marshal Nichols captur ed DlckJBrown a famous moonshiner ofea gun after he had eluded escape from revenue officers for years Brown was jailed and it was thought this would stop violations of the revenue laws in his section Last week the officer went back and learned that Philip Brown a Nicholawere making and selling whiskey wenheardton it is said When he attempted to arrest them Nichol it is alleged raised a chair with the determination of assaulting Officer Nichols A drawn revolver made Nichols change his= in tentionThe men were taken to Louisville Saturday for tbAir examining trial before United States Commissioner oasain Brown waived is examination and was held to tile grand jnry The case against Nichol was continue until this week Swallow Markle June 26 The Swallow V Mirkle floating pal ace snows will play here Monday June 20 The show this year is on a grander scale than ever before Many new features have been added Besides presenting a very funny three act musical comedy they also present a large array of vaudeville performers also a large chorus of beautiful girls in numerous changes of elegant costumes in drillsmarchesetcA number of new pictures will be shown on the moving picture machine The marine band and double orchestra are well worth J hearing and create favorable impres sinus everywhere they appear Every one invited to visit the theatre during the afternoon when the boat will be open for inspection Accidents at Tar Springs Three men worn more or less severe ly injured in accidents at Tar Springs thelatter part of last week Friday afternoon a scaffold fell precipitating Jas Casey and Jack Tindler carpenters at work pn a cottage to the ground Caseys leg was broken in twc places between the knee and i anKle and Tindles ankle was sprain j ed The tormer was brought to hiliIjI home here and his injuries were dressed by Dr Owen Saturday morn ing while W T Halliday proprietor j of the Springs was superintending the work of building the cottage a hammer in the hands of one of the 1 carpenters was upraised and accident ally strucK Mr Halliday in the chin badly praising and cutting the flesh and knocking out a tooth II I Important School Questionsf Among the Important questions which will come before the Kentucky I Educational Association meeting at Mammoth Cave June 21 22 und 23 are the following- It will make an effort to mold public cpinion in favor of certain educational I reforms the most important of 1 which is the establishment of Statejj normal schools in Kentucky for the better training of teachers It will on Thursday Juno 23 sus pend the work of the associationand j resolve itself into a mass convention for the organization of a citizens con ference or educational improvement commission to be composed largely of representative citizens who are to tale the lead in the matter of an edn t rational awaasning in Kentucky j Card of Thanks We wish to extend our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors and especially the nurses Mrs Timnions of Louisville Ky and Mrs Dunn of Cloverport Ky for their kindness and sympathy during the illness and deathJJ of our dear wife and loving mother Webster Taylor and daughters Sprinkle Tobacco and Pool it The Equity house was crowded the first part of this week in spite of the dry weather most of the tobacco coming from the lower part of the j county Not having a season and wish- Ing to pool they cased their tobacco by sprinkling Hawesville Plaiudealer L LOGAN C MURRAY HELD UP AND ROBBED BY HIGHWAYMEN IN LOUISVILLE SUNDAY Z Logan C Murray president of Jthe American National Bans and one of the best known citizens of Louisville was held np and robbed last night by two highwaymen on the south side of Hill street between Third and Fourth In addition to losing his watch STORM SWEEPS THE COUNTY RAIN HEAVY AS EVER KNOWN BIG DAMAGE AT IRVINGTON One of the most severe wind andrainstorms ever known in this part of the State swept over northern and eastern sections of Breckenridge county Monday af ternoon and evening There was some damage to crops but at Ir- vington especially property also was damaged In effect and precipitation the rain at Irvington t was almost equal to a cloudburst andwas the heaviest ever knownt there The worst part of the storm was confined to a radins of a few miles around IrvingtonI though it was quite severe here andat other points along the Henderson Route At Irvington a numberof hous es were lifted I from their founda tions and portions of the roofs on the Irvington flour mill the Hen derson Route coal shute and other structures were blown off A pond in the town overflowed and flooded a number of houses the oc cupants being compelled to moveI out The heavy rain caused washout on the Henderson Route track and delayed eastbound train No 44 In the Dowell neighborhood out from Irvington and towards Brandenburg the storm was very severe Many trees and hundreds of feet of fencing was blown down growing crops were blown flat to the ground and the country was literally flooded The telephone companies did not suffer much from the storm except at Irvington where the wires were broken by trees falling on them The s nd Flayed havoc in Cloverport and vicinity with fruit u4+ fy- S chain and a considerable sum of money Mr Murray had a very narrow escape from death at the hands of the robbers who were evidently desperate men and who bandied their revolvers with a recklessness that caused Mr Murray to doubt if he could avoid being killed Mondays Louisville Post and shade trees especially in the West End quite a number being blown down while others were badly damaged Half ofa me morial window wax blown in at the Baptist churchand a window at the Star Roller mills Portions of the roofs on the postotfice flour mill Oelze building H L Staders stable and other build ings were damaged by the wind The glass in the front door at J E Keith home was shattered The rain was as heavy as was ever known here Driven by the hardwind it made its way into buildings in the business district through even the smallest crevices and where doors and windows were closed The sewers were soon filledand the streets and sidewalks were HoodedThe most remarkable thing about the storm was the fact that it missed some towns altogether though it was severe at points only Stephensportagot only a shower and no wind land Hardinsburg did not get any of the storm The storm was severe at Bowl ins Green Harrodsburg Louis vine and other cities It came at the close of an excessively hot day and gave some relief Chamberlians Stomach and Liver Tablets Better than a Doctors Prescription Dir JW Turner of Truhart Va says that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have done him more good than anything he could get prom 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 whole time would be used in preparing this one medicine For sale by Short Haynes John Allen Murray Reporter On City Daily at Seventeen John Allen Murray formerly local correspondent of the Breckenridge Democrat and the Louisville Post has accepted a position as reporter on the Louisville Times He went to Louis ville last Wednesday to assume his duties assisting materially in getting out large editions of the Times dur ing the Confederate reunion Shortly after accepting the place he was given the position of church editor Though only seventeen years of age Mr Murray has been engaged la newspaper work for about three years As correspondent of the Democrat and tile Post he has rendered valuable service contributing timely and well written news and teature stories to both papers Besides being thus actively engaged he has taken by cor respondenie a full course in journal ism from the National Press Associa tion of Indianapolis from which he has received a diploma Mr Murray is very well pleased with his position He pas fewer work ing hours than the reporter on the average daily and will be off duty on Sunday which he will spend at his home here His sister Miss Von aid Murray has been appointed corres pondent here of the Democrat and Post as his successor Mr Murray is an indefatigable newsgatherer knows news when he sees it and knows how to put it in a readable and attractive shape News papers in large cities are continually reaching out to the small towns for writers versed in country journalism as is Mr Murray this being the most desirable material from which to matte their reportorial and editorial stalls and with a tine training liKe his his chances for success in metro politan journalism are most excellent Miss Reids Commencement ContributedIHardinsburg Ky June 20The commencement exercises of MissReids private school were held at the opera house on Thursday and Friday even ings of last week The principal feature ol the first evening was the elocutionary contest for a medal given by Miss Reid All the contestants rendered their selections excellently Miss Virginia Hens Joy was awarded the medal by the committeeThe evenings program was as good as the first That all the pupils acquitted themselves welt both evenings was the unanimous opinion of all who attended The commencement was in every way a decided success creaitable aliKe to teacher and pupils This is Miss Reids second year here Next year she will teach in the Elizubetbtown school Her work here has been highly commended by the patrons of the school and the com munity generally She is a concien tious teacher who understands the rare art of successfuly impacting knowledge to others and the trustees of the school give her up reluctantly Loath to Give up Rev Lewis Irvington Ky Juue 20C Special The Rev J T Lewis who sometime ago resigned the pastorate of the Irv- ington Baptist church will preach a farewell sermon on next Sunday Rev Lewis has served this church most faithfully for six or seven years and the people of his congregation as well as others loath to give him up He feels that he has been called to another and far better field of labor and the very best wishes of his Christian friends at tend him and his excellent wife A Great Institution We have pleasure in calling the attention of our readers to the adver tisement of the Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business University which appears in this issue of our paper This Institution has an established reputation unexcelled facilities mag nificent buildings reasonable rates faculty of specialties modern methods splendidequipments complete organiza tion a Christian body of students a a fixed policy and it is located in one of the most beautiful and healthful cities in the South Persons desiring catalog and journal should address H H Cherry President Bowliug Green Ky Full House Expected- It is expected that a full house will greet the play Sweet Lavender It when It is prenseted by local talent at Hardinsburg tomorrow evening The play will be given for the benefit of the Cloverport public school library It is understood that many from Glendeane and other points will at tend s I 1 L I March Under Their Old Flags First Time Since Civil War Louisville Ky June 16 Marching shoulder to shoulder as valiantly if not as vigorously as they did in the days of 61 to 65 the survivors of the Army of Confederacy passed in review throughthe streets pf Louisville today Of all the events of the Confederate reunion this was the most spectacular and the one that appealed most to the spectators There is not a veteran left who is not gray haired and stooped There were twentyfive bauds in line but they played only Southern airs DixieliThe Bonnie Blue Flag Maryland My Maryland Old Ken tucky Home andIITbe Old North StateAt Fourth and Broadway the veterans countermarched and salutedone another as they passed Borne reverently before the veterans were the tattered battle flags they had followed through so many bloody fields Some have just been returned by the Government for others the proud boast is that the colors were never captured Many of the flags are only shreds shot and shell having torn them to piecesIn all about 5000 men were in line and fully 75000 people saw the parade as it passed through the streets Dr Lightfoot Buys Interest Dr F L LIghtfoot has bought Mrs Mary Oelzes onethird Interest in the Star Roller flour mill Marion McGavock of near town who bought a third interest from Eugene Haynes will leave his farm and be the miller for the firm which is composed also ot Mr Haynes who has retained aone third interest in the property Hottest Days of Year Saturday and Sunday were the hottest days of the year here ninetysix de grees being the highest temperature at tained Saturday and ninetyseven de grees Sunday Because of the extreme heat and humidity Sunday the suffer lug over the country was tearful espec ially in the large cities It was one of the worst days in years in Kentucky Republican Committee Meeting HardinsburgKy June 20Special- The Republican County Committee will meet here next Monday at 1 oclock The purpose of the meeting is to fix the time place aud manner of selecting the nominees for the various county offices to be voted for at the November election 1005 Every member of the committee is urgently requested to be present Teachers Institutes Hardinsbnrg Ky Jane 20Spe- cial Tne teachers institute will convene here next Monday Prof Evans of Marion will be the con ductorThe colored teachers institute la in session here this week TwentyFour Examined Hardinsburg Ky June 20Spec- lal Twentyfour teachers were examined for certificates at the exami nation held here Friday and Saturday Prof Edmund Wroe of Cloverport and Miss Mary Mattingly conducted the examination NOTICE There will be a Sunday school rally at tho Presbyterian church at Dukes next Sunday afternoon beginning at 2 oclock Addresses will b made by Rev Kerr 0 E Lightfoot John Burn C S Lamb and others V G Babbage Dist Pres Will Teach at Sebree Prof A Powell principal of the pub lic school at Tobinsport will teach the ensuing year at SebreeWebster county Prof Powells friends here and at Tobinsport regret to see him leave Tobinsport lIar inBell Big Spring Ky June 20Special Henry Hardin a Big Spring boy will be married to Miss Maggie Bell of Elizabethtown on Thursday evening June 22 What are HumorsT- hey are vitiated or morbid fluids tours mg the veins and affecting the tissues They are commonly due to defective diges tion but are sometimes Inherited How do they manifest themselves 7 In many forms of cutaneous eruption salt rheum or eczema pimples and bolls debilityHow Hoods Sarsaparillawhich also builds up the system that has suffered from them Itls the best medicine for all humors T4uI r t rto r r r e l 4r c tY f s i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY June 2r 1905 REV LEWIS LEAVES IRVINGTON CHURCH Accepts Call to Baptist Church Here After Pastorate of Six Years Has One Other Charge Rev J T Lewis of Irvington has declined1 unanimous call from the Baptist church at that place and has accepted a call to the Cloverport Baptist church He resigned as pastor of the Baptist church at Irvington in April hut his resignation was not accepted Beginning Sunday Juno 9he will preach hero on the second and fourth Sundays in each monthand at Stephensport on the first and third Sundays Ho had the charge at Stephensport in connection with the one at Irvington Regarding the resignation of Rev Lewis as pastor of the Irv ington Baptist church the News in the issue of April 26 said Rev J TLewis tendered his resignation as pastor of the Baptist church at Irvington last Sunday Rev Lewis has been pastor of that church for six years and feels that he has served his time and wants to give place to some one who can do more good he says This action on the part of Rev Lewis came as a shock to the mem bers of the church and the com munity in general who are very much attached to him and his work It is doubtful whether the church will give him up So pleased were the members of the church with Rev Lewis and his earnest faithful work among them that as has been stated they did not accept his re signation and gave him a unani mous call onJJune 10 During the same week he received the call from the church here and gave his answer last week in favor of latterAs of the Baptist church here Rev Lewis succeeds Rev- S O Christian who resigned on lIay 1 The members of the churchare glad that he has accept ed their call and that of his two charges Clpverport and Stephens port he has chosen the former as his place ofresidence TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAYITake LAXATIVE BKOMO QUININE Tab lets All drugs lsts refund tlia money It It fapstocure E W Ornvus slgnuture Is onII box Vic Passing of the Parlor- It I is said that with the economy of space which is a science with j the modern housek coper the parlor is being eliminated- A J great deal has been said about the funeral gloom of the I country parlor with its slippery I n r I I I I Po1x t I sD1cII i This great stock medicine ii a 1 money saver for stock raisers ItIis a medicine not a cheap food or upin I BlackDraught renowned for the cure of the digestion troubles ofIIpersons it has the same qualities of invigorating digestion stirring up the torpid liver and loosening the constipated bowels for all stock- wd poultry It is carefully pre paredand ita action is so healthful f that stock grow and thrive with anIoccasional dose in their food It euros Log cholera and makes hOSt 1 grow fat It cures chicken cholera and coup and makes hens lay It 1 cures constipation distemper and colds in horses murrain in cattle and makes a draught animal do more work for the food consumed It gives animals and fowls of all kinds new life Every farmer and 1 raiser should certainly give it a i trialaIt costs 25c a can and saves teatt times its price in profit EPrrrSllI1BO2 BlackDraugbtStocka stock for some time I have used all 1 kinds of stock food but I have found that yours ii the but for my purpose J B HASSON 1iy t Nervous Women Their Sufferings Are Usually Due to Uterine Disorders Perhaps Unsuspected A MEDICINE THAT CURES disputeIthe fact thatAmerican women are ner vousHow often do w hear the expression I am so ner Ivous it seems as if I fly 5 or II Dont speak to lAt1 thingscJnDweannoy you an make you irritable you cant sleep you are unable to quietly and calmly perform your dally tasks or care for your children The relation of the nerves and generative organs in women is so close that ninetenths of the nervous pros tration nervous debility the blues sleeplessness and nervous irritability arise from some derangement of the organism which makes her a woman Fits of depression or restlessness and irritability Spirits easily affected so that one minute she laughs the next minute weeps Pain in the ovaries and between the shoulders Loss of voice nervous dyspepsia A tendency to cry at the least provocation All this points to nervous prostration Nothing will relieve this distressing condition and prevent months of pros tration and suffering so surely as Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Mrs M E Shotwell of 103 Flatbush Avenue Brooklyn N Y writes- I cannot express the wonderful relief I have experienced by taking Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound I suffered for a long time with nervous Pl08trationi back ache headache low of could not sleep and would walk the floor almost ev nightI doctors and got no better and life was a burden I wai advised to try Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and it has worked wonders for me I I am a well woman my nervousness Is all gone and my friends say I look ten years youngerWill not the volumes of letters from women made strong by Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound convince all women of its virtues Surely you cannot wish to remain sick and weak and discouraged exhausted each day when you can be as easily cured M other women hairclothupholstering its green encased wax flowers and tray of faded photographs of the kin The country parlor is gloomy enough and useless enough but iit possesses the negative virtue of being closed most of the timcand then in midsummer it is a feasi ble place for an afternoon nap because no one ever thinks of looking in the parlor to find some one to drive the cows out of the garden and it is cool dim musty and silent The city parlor is more annoying than its melancholy country cousin because it con fronts you more frequently It has an air of being dressedup that makes you nervous A few books and magazineseven a newspaper or two and a piperack give a room an air of everyday cozi ness that sooths the nerves and makes for comfort and companion ship The heavy mahogany of the rural parlor and the spider legged gilt teteatete of the city parlor which seems as stiff as the word appears in print can well be spared The library orlliving room is goodenough for ordinary modern folks Louisville Times Your Home Paper Your home paper never loses interest in you To this possib ly you have not given a passing thoughtNo if you like the newspaper man or if he likes you if he is true to his profession and publishes a paper for the people he allows no personal matters or petty spites to interfere with news gatheringlie meet you as a stranger yet along with his best friends chronicles your success and sorrows wherever you may be and those who would otherwise forget you the ever and anon reminded of your existence by an item in your home paper Others may deceive and defraud you but your home paper never for Djets you Possibly you do not deserve decent treatment by the paper but you get it just the same and if it should at any time say things to cause your fur to turn the wrong way study a moment and see if it has not at various times said many nice things for which you failed to give it creditEx HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 YEARS IOh1lTonicI Son and quinine in a tasteless form No euro no pay 60c A BIG VICTORY FOR STANDARD OIL CO Case From Breckenridge Circuit Court Reversed by Appella- tCourtOther Cases Affirmed In affirming judgment of the JessamineeLyon and Trigg Circuit Courts in the cases of the Commonwealth against the Standard Oil Com pany in which counties numerous indictments were returned charg ing violations of the statute re quiring peddlers license to retail oil in wagons the Court of Ap peals holds that each unlicensed sale does not constitute a separate offense that the offense consists of operating the wagon without a license for the license year involved and is therefore a continuing one which may not be split up by separate indictments covering the same period of time that the plea of former conviction made to the numerious indictments was a valid plea where the time was covered by the former indictment The Court further holds in a case of the Standard Oil Company against the Commonwealth from the Henry Circuit Court that the Commonwealth may again indict for an offense occurring after the date named in the indictment upon which conviction wassecured where the company continued to operate without a license In still another case from Brecken ridge Circuit Court the Court holds that the Commonwealth may institute a penal action against the company under section 11 of the Criminal Code for the recovery of penalty for failure to take out licenseThe several opinions were hand ed down by Judge Barker the whole court concurring The ruling announced is of much im portance andaLig victory for the Standard Oil Company More than twelve hundred indictments against this company charging failure to take out peddlers license for retail wagons it is engaged in operating over Kentucky have been returned in several judicial districts most of them in the Twelfth district the counties of Bourbon Scott Woodford and Franklin Under the decision of the Court there can be but one conviction in each instance The Breckenridge County Case In the Breckenridgo county case in which the judgment of the court below was reversed and the cause remanded for furth proceedings the Commonwealth instituted penal action under sec tion 11 of the Criminal Code to rev cover of the Standard Oil Com pany a penalty for retailing oil without a license so to do A general demurrer was sustained by the court to the petition The Court of Appeals in reversing says in part The language of the petition clearly shows that the proceeding is under the section 4224 of the Statues requiring peddlers license it is in substance the same as the indictments in the various cases between the sumo parties this day decidedand is subject to the same principles of recovery The dif ference is only as to the form of action adopted Tno demurrer should have been overru- ledC8f9TORLBun the- Blgnatur The Kind You Hare Always Bought sf Hope of Russia in People St Petersburg June 15The liberalnewspapers are taking theI decision of the government to make peace if terms possible of acceptance are offered as a sur render and are following up their advantage by redoubling their de mands for a representative as sembly arguing that the bureaucracy which has proved its incom petence to make war successfully is equally incapable of conduct ing a creditable peace The Russ now the leader of the constitution alist papers declares that the government without the peoples support is impotent to continue the war and will be compelled to accept any terms Only a nation al assembly it is insisted can now save tho situation because only peopleecan exorbitant conditions be suc cessfully resisted The Russ addsThe mere mention of peace has aroused the people who pro foundly distrust the governments ability to cope with the problem by mailand telegraph The committee of ministers is flooded with petitions for the assembling of a zemskyzober to pass on the peace terms All decent classes of society are unanimously of the opinion that the present regime is done for and that we must begin the history of a new RussiaRus- sia of the people Send in your Subscription now Japan Not a Heathen Nation Walter J Ballard In New York Sun Do you not think that to Japan really belongs the credit for the reforms few as they are promised recently to the people of Russia particularly the Polish subjects of the Czar If Japan had not by its brave ry and ability given the Russian Government such a setback and scare in tho Far East is there any likelihood that agitation of suffici ent strength would have arisen in Russia to compel these promises of 1 reformOn and other platforms we have for years been told of the heathen Japanese and even now some complain that the Christian world is allowing a heathen socalled nation of comparatively small size to read the riot act to a Christian so callednation three times as large in population and many times as large in area and re sources The day has come to I drop all talk about Japan being a The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been In use for over 30 years has borne the signature of st and has been made under his per V7ft sonal supervision since its infancy 7CCU4 Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tIm health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare r gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Dlarrhrea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe MotLcrs Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS s Bears the Signature of r rm The Kind You toAlways Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THCCCNTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY THICT NCWVOBHOtTY heathen nation Japans treat ment of the Russian prisoners and the Russian wounded proves be yond question that she is no more a heathen nation than is the United States It is not the nom inal acceptance of Christianity which decides the point but the way a nation acts toward its con quered foes and other nations in times of trial and excitement- A heathen is supposed to be cruel and revengeful lot al come the war for on the ago was By ye in the war are in for the the for people will be at 4 fun more real oldtime will had any oth in the Because more more are more are for ever will be i S OF E TO SPEAK A high worker in the American Society of Equity is the situation in the and county single has to notice since began indicating cruelty or desire part ofJapanTwo years it wisely their fruits shall know them Judging from point of view and ignoring Japans many successes we justified claiming her an equal place in humane ac with the leading Christian nations of world THE BIGGEST DAY in year Breckenridge county Barbecue day Hardinsburg July More pleasuremore enjoyment be on that day than er day year Why money is being spent preparations being made amusements being arranged than have been before It g- reatBarbecue July AI MAN who acquainted with tobacco state will deliver an address fact revenge said that tiop DANCING FLOORMUSIC A large and splendid dancing floor will be on the grounds and a fine string band has been engaged to make music especially for the dancers TELL CITY BRASS BAND 16PIECES16 i The best band that will come to the county this year At great expense we have securedI this splendid corps of musicians to make music throughout the entire day A concert free will be given in Cloverport on the afternoon before the picnic by this band 50 YARD DASH First Prize= 2 Secorvdl Third 50 We have a fast track and competent judges Anybody can enter Boys train up and win one of the prizes This and the sack race will be made two of the most interesting and exciting events of the day I BARBECUE DINNER 2 GENfS 9 PROPRIETORS John ORiley Hardinsburg Muse Alexander Mook Jubal Hook Hardinsburg W N Pate Mattingly A- f f At IIARDINSBURG- F fj f i I J lr- a 1 i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY June 21 1005 I MOST LAMENTABLE DEATHS IN MEADES Young Women of ProminentrrTwo Family Drown in Unsuccessful Attempt to Rescue a Sister Brandenburg Ky June 15As a result of one of the most lamentable acoldents ever known in this part of the State the family of Dr Grant Booth one ot the prominent men of Meade county was practically wiped out While bathing in the river Crecelius fifteen miles below Brandenburg his three daughters Miss Hallie aged twenty rive Miss Fanny aged twenty and Miss Annie Bell were drowned The deaths of two of the young women were caused by their heroism an sisterly love All three had gone int a the Ohio as was their custom for the afternoon plnnee and Miss Annie Belle the youngest was the only one of the trio who was not an expert swimmer They had been enjoyin- themselves in the water for probabl- an hour when Miss Annie Belle in spite of the warnings of her older sis tore ventured out beyond her depth She was recklessly plucky and nsuallS one of the sisters kept near her Last night however she steam rapidy away from them leaving them close in shore as she looked back at them alit in jest Suddenly the youngI woman went down and on coming I up called for help The older sisters instantly realized that she was ex hansted and started toward her InII a few seconds they were at her sldtI Had they been able to control herII all would have been saved out in her frenzy of fear she threw her own arms about the arms of her sisters prevent ing them from swimming and all three perished The young women sank only about twenty yards from the bRUit and alII though scores of men began a search for the bodies as soon as the alarm1asI was given it was not till this morn ing that two of themthose of Miss Haute and Miss Fannywere found far out in the stream where they had been carried by the swift current The body of Miss Annie Belle has not been recovered though the river wa dragged all night for a mile below the scene of the accident The Booth girls as they wereC iSotionately known were amon the most estimable young woven Iin Meade county Brilliantly educatedI and girls of the home type the were beloved by hll who knew them for their beautiful traits and for their goodness and purity Miss Hallie was probably the most popular teachjj er in the county The Salve that Penetrates DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve penetrates the pores of the skinand by its antisep ict rubifocient andhealing influence iit subdues inflammation and cures Boils Cuts Eczema Tetter Ring Worm and all skin diseases A specific for blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles The original and genuine Witch Hazel1 Salve is madeVy E C DeWitt Co and sold by All Druggists- SCIILITZBAUM AT IT AGAIN Man Who Got II Mixed Up at Fords ville Works Penitentiaryf ACfording to the statements of J Route Agent Abbott of the American i Express ompany A B Schhtzbanm Is at it again Penitentiary walls have not been effective in stopping the working of this genius and Mr Abbott says he has been piling up tbe dough against the day when he ex pects to be a flee man again Scnlltz baum who was agent for tne Ameri can Express company at Fordsville got mixed up with Boatners scheme and was sent to the penitentiary for a term of a few years for embezzlement bohhtzbanms ability was recognized and he was made shipping clerk in the shoe factory of the penitentiary Mr Abbott says that these are several charges against him of hawing shi ped out shoes toparties who did not order them It is thought that these ship ments have been received and dispos ed of by a confederate of Schlitzbanm and Mr Abbot is convinced that the confederate is well known by reputa tlon in this section It is said that several hundred dollars worth ofa shoes havo been disposed of In this way Warrants have been issued it is said covering the separate offenses Operator at Owensboro Fred McOlanahan of Henderson nrother of C T McUlanahan and who 1Jij position of night operator at tne HenJ derson Route depot at Owensboro ORZojkmfTlw bind You He Always BougM fIj A NEW GASOLINE BOAT LINE Second Boat Being Built at Stephens port For Hawesvllle Trade Another gasoline boat is being built at atephensport by operators o the Brownie between Hawesvllle an Tell City tor tho Hawesvllle and TellI City trade Both the Brownie and the new boat will have barges and the line will be known as the II Brownie Line When the new boat is completed it will probabblv be put In the trade between Hawesville and Rock port making daily trips and connect lug with the Ben R the two work- Ing together in the trade between Hawesville and Owensboro- It is expected that the new boat will be finished in a few weeks That e Brownie has more power than the new boat will have though not as much carrying capacity Tile Brownieit will be remembered WeA Pettit of that place who has had betweenawere inaugurated last month The Brownie is 51A12 feet and is actuated by n thirtyhorse power gasoline en nine Brownieg itpis very probable the new boat will be as successful Judge J ti Adair of Stephensportis among those Interested- n Jn the enterprise Dr Simons New Offices Dr AASimons has fitted up offices in two rooms on the second fioor ofJJ the Simons building One is the operating room and the other theI medicine room His operating room ISII equipped with the latest instruments ana appliances and IS one of the most up todate in the county He has an able assistant in Dr Chas Wend elkenJJ His offices were formerly over theI Breckinndge Bank j J Total Sea Losses The followintr is the total s a loss of Japan and Russia during the war and as Russia no longer nas any navy it concludes the result of the warJJ far as fighting on the water is con cerned JAPANS LOSSES Two battleships Three protected cruisers Four gunboats One coastdefense ships Two torpedoboat destroyersIThree torpedo boats A total of fifteen vessels of all classes although it is probable some includedgTogo destroyed or captnred twenty two Russian fighting ships in two foryRUSSIAS LOSSES Russias total losses of ships in theJJ war to date including those sunk atI Port Arthur and elsewhere or intern ed areII Fifteen battleship h Throe coast defense ships Fourteen armored and protected cruisers Three gunboats Two hospital ships Three special service ships Thirteen torpedoboat destroyers A total of hftvthree vessels of all 1classes Jersey Cow Sells Gor 2250 Lexington Ky June 15Ttie sleI of the head of Jersey cattle owned by the estate ot the late N F Berry this county attracted a large otrr from many parts of the United States the bidding was brisk Golden Peru Sensation a ow by Golden Fern Lad and out of Red Lidy by Count Woolsley was bought by TC Cooper of Cooperstown Pa for 22pO theII highest price ever paid for a cow at auction in the South Sent io the Asylum Mrs Marv F Gray wife of Jim Graywho lives near Duke was tried in the county court Friday on a writof lunacy and the jury ordered her to Hopkinsville for treatment Sheriff EG Bannon went with her on Saturday Mrs Grays mental condition is bad though her physical condition is much worse It is believed her case will readily yield to treatment Hancock Clarion r Buys Farm in Cuba Mrs Eliza Webb of Louisville and whc is now visiting in Hawesville recently returned from Florida where shejepent the winter tine made a trip over to Havana Cuba and while there bought a piece of fortytwo of land on the island Hancock Clarion Mrs Webb has visited here and is well known Attend Danville Meeting Misses Grace Plank and Margare were at Danville last week at- ending the State missionary meeting the M E church South Miss Plank was sent as a delegate bv the local W FrM S and Miss Burn by the Clover Blossoms the juvenile missionary society of the Methodist church N v PROPOSED RAILWAY MEANS MUCH HERE Madisonville Line Would Open up OutletdFor Traffic Thats Congested Regarding the railroad that it is said will be built from Madisonville to Cloverport the Hartford Herald saysThe proposition submitted to the people ot Hartford and Ohio county looking to the construction of a rail road through the county the same to have its origin at Madison ville Ky and to terminate at Cloverport Ky is receiving considerable encourage ment on the part of our people How ever one lialf of tbe rightofway througn the county and about onehalt of the subscription required remains to be subscribed before we are assured of the success of the enterprise It therefore is important that our citi zenship should exert every effort to bring the railroad tins way as its value to Hartford and Ohio county generally would be inestimable While it appears that all the right of way along the proposed route of the new road has tot been secured it seems from what can be learned from the newspapers published in the counties that will be traversed that the people are working for the road and that the right of way will soon be secured and the road built As stated in the News last week it has been reported from Madison vi lie that bonds will soon be issued for the construction of the proposed line and that wore will begin this summer It is predicted here that the road will be of great benefit to Cloverport In a number of ways Some of the benefits have b3en already enumerated in these columns Besides opening up a rich and extensive coal celt it would briug trade here which now goes to other towns and would afford better transportation to the Tar Springs than now exists and wonldno doubt Jesuit in a large patronage being extended this wellknown summer resort provided of course use would be made of the old short line road bed which passes near the Springs The coal output of a large part of the section through which the propos ed road will run is so great that the ralroadfl which are in operation cannot handle it The new road would cross these roads and run though sections of several counties without rail roads By milKing Cloverport a terminal this congestion of freight traffic would be greatly alleviated as there would be an outlet here by wat er as well as by rail The old pier into the Ohio river could be profitably used by extending it further into the stream in loading coal on barges for shipment south and by connecting here with the Henderson Route there would bo a fine outlet by rail The coal fields of Mnhlenberg county are believed by Pennsylvania capitalists to be the richest in the world while those of several of the other counties which the proposed road will traverse are very extensive and the traffic over the new road will no doubt be I immenseIt that a number of manufacturing plants now in view could be secured for Cloverport if the road from Madisonville is built I The public seems to be in the dArk as to the name of the company is backing the mvement to thatII the road It is reported that it is a party of Pennsylvania capitalists j railroad in this part of the state andI also tbe Pennsylvania Lines Duke Alex is Resigns St Petersburg June 16Tbe sensational announcement was made shortly before midnight that Grand Duke Alexis the high Admiral who is an uncle of the Emperor and Ad miral Avellan head of the Admiralty Department had resigned Meets Next at New Orleans Now Orleans has been selected as the place for the next annual Confed erate reunion Nashville made a stub born fight for the place Five Piers Necessary- The Texas railroad companys first plans as draughted called for three piers under their new bridge over Salt river but now find that on account of the heavy current five piers will be necessary The construction work is being pushed as rapidly as possible West Point cor Ehzabethtown News I Living Too FastII I New York June 14The report tnat 123 persons died here last week from heart disease has moved investigation whicn shows that since 108 the death rate from heart tailure and Brights disease has increased from 1305 per cent to 29 62 per cent HenryWattersons Letters from Europe Will Be A Leading Feature- of The CourierJournalDuring THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COM PLETE NEWSPAPER Mall Ratu Daily CourierJournal 1 year 6 Daily and Sunday 1 year8W- eekly 1 year1COURI- ERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the- BRECKENRIDGE NEWS and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150 This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS OFFICE Cloverport Ky THE 203 CENTURY II HAIR TONIC IS THE MIRACLE OF THE AGE u This wonderful preparation Is not a DYB but Is a hair and scalp food and Is guaranteed to produce re sults after an socalled haIr restorers have failed It is strictly a 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xf r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Mono inadvance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct pleas notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JUNE 21 1905 THOUGHTS The ideal of elemental justice meted out to every man is the idea we should keep ever before us It will be a long day before we attain it and unless we show not only devotion to it but also wisdon and selfrestraint in the exhibition of that devotion we shall defer the time for its realization still further Theodore Roosevelt COL BERT CUNNINGHAM phones the NEWS that not a drop of rain fell in his neighborhood Monday He says the crops are burning up IT seems now from all appearances that there will be enougl wheat to give every man woman and child a biscuit at a reasonable price Mil ROOSEVELT is the man that knows what to do when to do and how to do all things at the right time It is just good common sense rightly trained AWAY down South in Dixieno sweeter song was ever sung and the young lady who sang it in Louisville last week was the sweetest of all singers Her voice thrills us to this moment LOUISVILLE is the pride of every Kentuckian The way she does things the way she treats people within her rata thrills every heart that has a spark of state pride All honor to Louisville From New York City to Albany N Y is 143 milesabout the same distance it is from Louisville to Henderson The New York Centrals flyer makes this run in 100 minutes Now think of a train on the Henderson Route Hying through the nit at this rate But we shall see it on the Henderson Route before many years Jim Randall wouldnt want an easier job IT is more honorable inngood cause than to prosper in a doubtful one We know that the ideal newspaper is apt like the good to die young But what kind of fun in life docs an editor have who cannot consistently say good words of a man because forsooth it might harm the party that furnishes pap for an editor It is true independent editors have a mighty hard time and get calledmug wamp lukewarm etc but they can look the devil in the eye and say good things of any man or party that deserves them They can sleep with nothing to worry them but the paper billBig Stone Gap Post THERE is one thing that Louisville must do if she would keep her name great and glorious and that is to rid her streets byways and hedges of the common thief and burglar There are too many men goodmen and good citizens being waylaid and held up within her borders It has a bad impression It keeps people away When we hear of men like Logan Murray being held up and robbed it sets us to thinking It brings the matter right home to us Most any of us who walk the streets of Louisville are liable to the same fate Louis ville is our home city It ought to be the cleanest the purest and the best governed city in the land 0 u TIm NEWS knows very little about the new railroad that is com ing from Madisonville other than what has been printed in our col umns The people of Hartford and of Fords l1o are very much en thused over the prospect and they believe it is a sure thingIe know that the right of way has been secured from Fordsville to Vic toria because we have talked with several farmers who have given it Mr James Ford of Hartford is securing these rights of way is put ting his money into it and says there is no question but what it will be built He has a thousand acres of the best coal lands in the state throughwhich the road will run and is directly interested It seems to us that it would be the right and proper thing for Cloverport to look into this matter and lend a helping hand Now is the time to strike Cloverport needs this road and she ought to make at least an effort to get it JESSE M HOWARD shipped from Glendeane Monday a car load of the finest lambs that ever went out of Breckenridge county Mr Howardraised a part of these lambs on his own farm buying a part from his neighbors Thirtynine were bought from Jesse Moorman averaging eighty pounds Mr Moorman is a very successfulsheep raiser as will be seen from the following Mr Howard informs us that from forty ewes Mr Moorman realized this year in lambs and wool 209 This is an average of SG30 to the ewe and is a splendid record It beats raising tobacco corn or wheat In fact there is no product of the farm that pays better than sheep when properly cared for What Mr Moorman has done can be done by any farmer in Breckenridge county The only drawback to the raising of sheep is the dogs If we had fewer dogs we would have more lambs The way to get rid of the sheepkilling dog is to put a tax on him And the farmers ought to see to it that our next representative is pledged to have such an act passed by the next Legislature A sheepkilling dog has no place in a civilized community The way to get rid of him is to tax him out just like other progressive states are doing Church Dedication Pleasant Wall church on the Clover port and Fordsville road near John Newtons will be dedioKted the Fifth Sunday in July Dinner on the grounds Everybody invited Leaves for Toronto Mnttingly Ky June 20SpeO- 1al Miss Rilla Howard will leave today for Toronto Canada to rep resent Breckenridge cone ty at the in ternational Sunday school convention Nasal CATARRH In all Itst Elys Cream Balm eleansessoothesandhealsthe Itcore catarrh and drives away a cold In the head Quickly Cream Balm it placed Into the noitrilslprea over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief 11m mediate and cure follows It Is not dryingdo not produce sneezing Large Size BO cents at Drug gists or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS 86 Warren Street New York Frenchs Sensation Saturday Frenchs Sensation the pionee of all river shows and the floating palace with a fine reputation will be at the river next Saturcla evening with sonic of the best attractions it has ever shown here This show began business in 1879 and its coming has always been looked forward to here with much pleasure It is largel patronized at every visit here New Building at Irvington Foster Lyons broke ground at Irvington Monday for a new business house It will be a onestor frame 20x50 feet The site iis next to Cooks restaurant Irv- ington still continues to grow Dies of Consumption McQuady Ky June uSpecial Mrs Manuel Day died here Friday of consumption The funeral was held Saturday afternoon the interment being fit Hardinsburg HARDINSBURG County court day next Monday AV G Haswell is visiting friend at StephensportC of Cloverport was in thc city Monday W S Ball went to Fordsvill Saturday ou a business trip Thomas J Moore spent Sunday at Glendeane visiting friends C T McClanahan of Clover port was in the city Saturday Frank DeHaven spent severa clays of last week in Louisville A n Kincheloe returned home from a trip to Louisville Monday Miss Linnie Haswell returnee home from Caruthersville last weekMiss Ticla Mercer was a visitor in Louisville a few days of last weekMrs T J Hook is visiting Dr and Mrs Milton Board at Hop kinsvilleMr Mrs Gus Brown were in Louisville last week visiting relativesGus returned home Sun day from a visit to his mother al Brandenburg 0 Miss Mattye Reid will leave to morrow evening for her home near Louisville Pat Haffy of Whitesville wag the guest of Mr and Mrs Joe Teaff Saturday Mrs Blanche Read returned home from a visit to relatives in Louisville Monday- A number of persons from this place went to Louisville on the ex cursion Saturday Mr and Mrs Leo Bishop were the guests of Mrs Annie Bishop last week in Louisville Mrs Thomas Gregory of Garfield was the gnest of Mr and Mrs S D McGill last week Miss Nell Moorman of Glen deane was the guest of Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile last week Mrs Thos Ditto of Brandenburg was the guest of Mrs Lu cretia Hensley last week The play Sweet Lavender Will be presented here Thursday ironing at the opera house Mrs J V Petty and children of Huntsville Ala are visiting her father Fielding Guthrie Prof and Mrs Jno P King of Cloverport were guests at the Ford house Thursday and Friday Deputy Sheriff Clint Lucrts of Constantino was in town Monday 3ii business connected with his office Kimball Harmon of Gulf Port Miss left Saturday for his home after a few days visit to rela tivesMarion J Thomas of Rockport Ind formerly of this place was in town Saturday on a business tripHardin Beardof Meridian Miss was here last week visiting his parents Mr and Mrs James BeardMr and Mrs Paul Compton were among those who were in Louisville last week to attend the reunionMrs James H Gardner and daughters Misses Martha and Isabelle spent several days of last week in Louisville John T Hoben was called to Louisville last week to attend the funeral of his sisterinlaw Mrs Martin Hoben Ed G Beard returned to his homt in Louisville Saturday after a visit of several days to his parents Mr and Mrs Win Beard The remains of Mrs Mandeville Day were buried here at the city cemetery Saturday The funeral service were conducted from the- M E Church Gus D Shellman T J Hook C P Edmonds W S Ball H DeH Moorman Claud Mercer T J Moore were among those whoI attended the Confederate To the Farmers of Breckenridge and Hancock Counties Come farmers all of you and your families and lets have a day off on July 4 and go to the big oldfashioned bar becue to be given by W N Pate and others near the upper toll gate on the pike in a beautiful picnic grove H B Sherman will be there with out a doubt anrt wants to meet the farmers of the two counties He is a most impressive and powerful speaker Will tell you things of interest to every farmer Yours truly R H McGavock Brother Improving Rapidly Hardinsbnrg Ky Jnnn 20Spe- cialJoel B Pile returned home from California last Wednesday He reports a fine trip and an enjoyable time His brother is improving rapid ly ana is now able to sit up- FICQUADY Mrs B H Wilson is the guest of Mrs John Bates this week Mr and Mrs Gabe Wright attended the reunion in Louisville last week Walter Wilson and his son are build ing the new hoolnonue at this place Prof V M Mosley and wife of Render Ky are visiting relatives here and at Kirk this week Will Bland who has been in Texas and Oklahoma for tho last six months returned home Wednesday night- B H Bates Son have enlarged and repaired their storehouse and will soon put in a large stock of goods Harry Paterson was painfully but notoriously roltedJ Market Price fiButter Eggs COUNTER fJNO OCONNELL Cloverport wJuLE Red Mens Pow wow L July 41905 HARDINSBURG KYIAt Fraternal Park at Depot Remember the proceeds powwow help Widows and Orphans for Hardins Come and help the good be grand parade oclock Wait and the Indians war and full costume PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY The following prizes will be given away the business men of Hardinsburg T Son will give goldring dress for tho prettiest one year old and J J Cody will give one cabi netsize photographs to the second J W Guthrie will give nice ring to the prettiest baby between the ages of one and three Hook DeHaven will give garden plow for best made on that J H Gardner will give hat for second best made For best rifle shot Gus D Shellman will give pair of Hamilton Brown hurt nt the sawmill I last Weanesday by a Which partly over him J Mrs A Sandbaoh and Myldred Potts left last Thursday Friedaland Ky where they will be the guests cf Dr Handbaohs par AntI IM Best I for I and L Vft I am going down to OCon- W Cos with my eggs IW and butter and get the- M best market price And I will get to see his I 5c and lOc Thats the place to get bar gains Come and go t down is the last store I going west and the first store coming east f CO Ky t 3rr3 3r33a3t ifE I = 1 a I t that of this will go to se K cure the Red Mens Home t burg us in cause There will a at eight see 4 in paint by 1 C Lewis a solid or set baby under 2 dozen 3 a 4 a the throw day 5 a the throw 6 the a Shoes log J VI nell it 7 For tho second best shot KincheloeIiBros will give a box of cigars 8 B F Beard Co will give a 650 Iron Bed for the best cake 9 L Walker will give a large cake to first one who climbs to top of a pole 410 JT Teaff will give a pair of kid r gloves for the most beautiful lady be tween eighteen and thirty years of age + 11 For the largest wagon load of peo pIe brought to picnic The Farmers Bank will give five dollars in gold 12 The Bank of Hardinsburg will give ten dollars in gold for the largest family present The family to include father mother children grandchildren great grandchildren DINNER 25cWe have secured a merrygoround for the occasion so come and spend a pleasant day with us You may win a prize The Hardinsburg Military Band Will Furnish Music i i PowwowCom i aft ItJ r J To Cure a Cold in One Day Cures CrIpf1l la Two Daysl Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A PH on scary r Seven Mffllon koxes sold In post 1 2 months This Signature Q C box 2Sc i r ii iii 7 4 Tutts Pills stimulate the TORPID LIVER strengthen the digestive organs regulate the bowels and arc un equaled as an- ANTIBILIOUS MEDICINE la material districts their virtues are widely recognized as they possess peculiar properties In freeing the system from that poison Elegantly sugarcoate- dTake No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY June 21 1005 Gasoline J D Babbage Magazines at News office Gasoline Babbage Us Son Magazines all kinds at News office California hams 0 cisBabbage Son Old papers 5c for big bunch News officeEvery kind of old drink at English KitchenE Nolte returned Sunday from LouisvilleDr Owen was in Owensboro last Wednesday Eugene Haynes was in Owensboro last Wednesday Lunch at any hour in the day English Kitchen Mrs Chas Hamman was in Louisville last Wednesday- Mr and Mrs Frank English were vvLoalsviJIe Friday Mrs A L Fort ana son have been visiting in Louisville A fine selection of fl 10 ct sum mer lawneBabbage Son Isidore Popham went to Louisville Sunday to spend several days Mrs Eliza Taylorof Custer arrived last week tor a visit to relatives Bigger and better than ever Nobe Pates barbecue July 4 Hardinsbnrg Miss Ztla McConn of Stephensport has been visiting Miss Am Die Wil liams Thos Brown was the guest of his sister Mrs Mlza Uibbn in Louis ville last week Miss Ruth Haynes left Thursday for Nicholasville where she will visit Miss Bessie Simpson E B Bishop of Monroe Hart county has been here visiting his brother to Bishop Mrsizabelh Sawyer went to JBardinsburg Wednesday to visit ner daughter Mrs Alfred Heston Mrs Stella Reynolds of Marshall Texas is visiting her mother Mrs Wm Mullen and other relatives Roy Heyser has been here this weed from Detroit Michigan visiting his parents Mr and Mrs F T Heyeer Mrs A R Fisher and Miss Mannie White were in Louisville Friday vis iting and attending the Confederate reunionS Wilson attended the district meeting of the Metropolitan Life Insurance companys agents at Evans villa Wednesday J E KiethIJ Muckenfusg Thos Tousey and Jno Phelon were among those who attended the Confederate reunion in Louisville Lonnie Marlow ofNaehville who was here and at Patesville Vlsltlngii left Friday for St Louis whence he will go later to San Iraucisco Mrs Florence Slaughter of New York city who bas been visiting her cousin Mrs John Allen Murray has gdne to Louisville to visit relatives Mrs E H Briedenbach of Owens fboro and Miss Edna Briedenbaoh of Pipe Bluff Ark have been visiting Misses Evil and Eliza May the past weekMr and Mrs Richard Parker of Washington D C and Mr and Mrs A A LaHeist and son Alhennen of New Albany arrived Thursday for 0 a visit of several days to Mrs Mary J Miller Mi s Louis Sahlie and niece Miss Jessie have returned from Hawes yUle where they visited relatives and attended the birthday dinner of her father Anderson Friel which seven tylive people attended Mesdames G W Short Eugene Haynes Lizzie Geer and j G Harris Misses Jennie Mabel Harris and Mar garet Moorman and G W Short and W B Oelze were among those who went to Louisville Wcdneeclay to at tend the Confederate reun- ionMothers Ear A WORD lit MOTHERS ART WHEN NURSING AM INFANT AND IN THS MOUTHS THAT COMB BfFOff THAT TIME SCOTTS EMULSION SUPPLIES THE BXTHA STRENGTH AND NOURISHMENT 8O NECESSARY FOR THe HEALTH Of BOTH MOTHER AND CHILD Send lor free sample SCOTT BOWNE ChemIsts 409415 Pearl Street New York Soc and ticb i all druggists 42piece set Babbage Son Gasoline sold by J D Babbage Fresh cakes 12t Ib Babbage Son Cold drinks of every kind at all times English Kitchen Best and biggest barbecue yet on July Haidinsbnrg Summer lawns reduced from IS t 12 ctsBabbage Son Every attraction at the big barbecue at Hardinsburg July 4 Grandest day in the vear barbecue day July 4 Hardinsbnrg Nohe Pates big barbecue July 4 Hardinsbnrg better than ever Every attraction at Nobe Pates barbecue July 4 Hardinsbnrg Prof sand Mrs J P King were in Hardinsbnrg Thursday and Friday Miss Idell Fisher came np from Owensboro last week to visit relatives Miss Mamie DeHaven is in Louis ville visiting her brother Dr Fred DeHavenMrs J Gross of Holt and Mrs O DeHaven returned Saturday from LouisvilleE of Owtnsboro was the guest of Mr and Mrs Chas May Sunday Miss Linnie DHuy of Evanston 111 is the guest of her aunt Miss Judith Miller Miss Effie Brosie of Evansville left Friday for Louisville utter a visit to Miss Nell Gregory Biggest day in theyear for Brecken ridge county people barbecue dRYI Tuly 4 Haldlnsturgto Smith English arrived last week from Pretoiia Ga for a visit to his mother Mrs A E EngllahIMrs J H Wills and little Gensie Wills went to Louisville Wednesday for a visit of several days to her sis ter Mra Emma Moredock Mrs Fannie Lishen and brother Wallace Kingsbury and little daughI ter Lenora Miss Myrna Tucuer and Carl Lishen left yesterday for a trip to Mammoth Cave U LOCAL BRIEFS 1 Ill Wilbur Hamman arrived Friday for a visit to relatives from Little Rock ArK whtre he has been in theI tailoring business He will leave here in about two weeks for Chicago where he will take a course in cutting Emmett Mattiugly is at home from Louisville where he has had a posi tion in a barber shop Saturdav he accidentally stuck a pair of scissors in nis right hand and be will remain h ere until the wound is healed Arch deacon MM Benton of the Episcopal church of Kentucky will j preacn at the Methodist church next Sunday morning at 11 oclock He will arrive here from Louisville Saturday i The attendance from here to the Confederate reunion in Louisville last week was smaHI4 Jesse Bonier Iris a position JIB baroer 1 in Chas Furrows shop t Local baseball fans will have an op portunity to see a fine game at To binsport next Sunday when tbe Ponies of Cannelton and the PumpKin Rollers or Tobinsport will play Harry Newsoin left Saturday morn ing for Cincinnati where he will attend the Cincinnati School of Art for about tnree months Wallace Babbage has a position as traveling salesman for the Keystone View company i Edward MoAfeesnpervisor of brdgfi es tor the Henderson Route who had both legs broken at Gnston on June has been resting moderately well at his home here He is being attended by ur Simons and a trained nurse I Rev W P Gordon paetor of Woodlawn Methodist church at Owens J boro preached at the Methodist j church Sunday morning No service I was held in the evening on account j of the Bible Day exercises at the Baptist church 4tlW T Halliday has a force of local carpenters at work putting up R row of temporary cottages at the Tar Springs 4IIChildrens Day will be observed at the Presbjterian church next Sunday morning at 1080 oclock Rev Kerr will deliver an address especially for the children All churches are cordially invited Celesta the fiveyearold son of Mr and Mrs John OConnell who has 1able1 4 Dell Roberts of the Iron Ore hill If neighborhood was given one dollar I E J1 I DR rRepresentlnI r TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR IIDENTISTS c m J OF OWENSBORO fI oneoout of month prepared to Iy Walton nil wishing high Class lien 11 tistry r Will be Nevi July 10 to 16 fI 7 rand trimmings by Judge Wills in police court Monday for a plain drunk Roberts plead guilty R B Piercehaa been at home par of the past week from West Point were he has had a position as time keeper on the Hetdereon Route enten sion into Louisville A gasoline launch was here Frida with the advance advertising men of Swallow MarKles floating palace The peat efulnees and quietude of Cloverport as a community ganged by the paucity of criminal trials In policeI court so far this year Is certainly ex ceptional Some weeks as is the case this week there has been only one criminal case on the docket while there has been none other weeks It was just the opposite last year th criminal docket being an unusually large one and the fines in the aggregate amonntibg to more than during any nrevions year in the history of the court Visitors from here to the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley during the Confederate reunion in Louisville last weeksay that Miss Lela Henly of this city is well pleased with hr position HB matron of the Home to which she was recently appointed and that it is a very desirable posi tion Chas Satterfield after a months illness expects to resume his position at J C Nolte and Bros store this week The ice factory is liberally patron ized here Eugene loff being kept busy a large part of each day with his delivery wagon + A dog on which no one could be found to pay license was shot on Wall street Friday afternoon by Marshal DeHaven The wite of Jas Sanders and three daughters are ill of typhoid fever Mr Sanders and two sons recently re covered from an attack of the disease A number of relatives and friends from here attended the funeral of Mrs Webster Taylor at Tobinsport Wednes day There is one rational way to treat nasal catarrh the medicine is applied direct to the affected membrane Th remedy is Elys Cream Balm It reo stores the inflamed tissues to a healthy state without drying all the life out of them and it gives back the lost senses of taste and smell The sufferer who is tired of vain experiments should use Cream Balm Drngcists sell it for 00 cts lily Brothers 56 Warren Street New YorK will mail it BIG SPRING Dr and MrsStrotber were in Louis ville Thursday Henry Hardin spent a few days here this past week Jack Collins was at Granampton Friday to see his brother who is very illMrs R S Dowell spent a few days with Mrs Cal Claycomb of near Ro sette last week Mr and Mrs John Morris and little daughter Elizabeth were in Louisville Thursday Mrs James Harned has returned homti from the infirmary at Louisville and is able to be out- MessrsRaymond Moorman Mack Russell and Henry Bash were in Louisville last Thursday Miss Jennie Meyer returned home c last Friday from Louisville whereII she has been attending scnoolII MM W H Btrother is in Elizabeth visiting her mother Mrs Sallie J Clarkson and her sister Mrs OCon nor Mr and Mrs John D Meador and little son Jack Millwartl are in Lou visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Millward Charles ijorris who spent last week here at home is in Elizaoethtown to remain until after the HardinBell wedding Jane 2U ASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears rho- t3ignatare of LWantsAdvertis- ements JInserted under this head at one cent a word per weeku- u = c =FOR SALETHAI ASD HARNESS trapIdition Apply to J IL Rowland ut postolllce lFORRENTSTORE ROOM- FOR RENTOno llrJe store room In Ma Temple line location For rotes and HardlnsburgFOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines one lot of good Laundry machines GasolineEnJlnes1IIARTIN StreetLouisvilleFOR SALETUITION CERTIFICATE CpR SALETuition Certificate In Bryant LouisvilletenrlURe News Cloverport Ky WANTEDEVERY PERSON DRAFTED W1 draftedTTd paid for a substitute to know that he can re overnmentItorheirsqtoTnoyburp 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 1905eOld Point Comfort Excursions Satur day June 10 Friday July 14 and Saturday Aug 12 1905 1550 Cloverport to Old Point Com fort and return tickets to be sold on above dates goodfor return 15 days from date of sale National Educational Association Asbury Park N J July 37 For the above occasion rate of 2505 for the round trip Cloverport to Asbury park and return will be made on July 123 limited to return July 10th Tickets may be extended to return not late than Aug 31 on payment of 50 cents Through sleeper on train 44 Aug 20 COMINGTHE Swallow Markles PALATIAL FLOATING PALACE THEATRE MONDAY JUNE 26- CLOVERPORT The Funny Musical Comedy a Refined Vaudeville Bill Big Chorus of Beautiful Girls New Moving Pictures Marine OrchestraeThe Biggest and Best of all Boat Shows DONT MISS IT PRICES 25c 35c and 50cII I St Romualds Commencement HardinsburgKyJuue 20Special- The commencement exercises of St t Romualds Academy will be held to morrow evening at the optra house An excellent progrtm will be presented Louisville Market Reported by the Central Livestock Ex change ventrul Stockyards Louisville Ky June 1UCattle Receipts very light only 112 head on gale today There was a good attend ance of buyers on the yards this morn ing and they seemed more anxious for cattle than last week The choice handy elgbt butcher cattle and fat heifer stuff are soiling a shade higher than the close of last week Common half fat grassy cattle show very little change in prices from last week Bulls and canners steady Heavy ship ping cattle about steady Cnoice milch sews fully steady at last weeks iiprices while the common thin small cows are still selling very low and in some cases it is very hard to get a bid The pens are well cleared of all grades and we look for a steady mar ket tbe remainder of the week Calves Receipts light Market fully steady Best veals 500 to COO Common calves slow- HogsRC01ptS 641 hogs Al today sold straight 8540 and not near enough to supply the demand Sheep and LambsReceipts liberal Market shows verv little change Best fat sheep 350 to 400 fair to goodI 375 to 325 common 200 to 350 bucks 150 to 3 00 best lambs 700 l f MEET ME AT NOLTES ft Not For Women Only t IS THE SALE OF WHITE SHOES NOW ON AT OUR STORE WE HAVE THEM FOR MEN AND CHIL DREN ALSO AND IN THE LATEST SHAPES AT PRICES THAT PLEASE NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY BELTS STRAW HATS ETC ITS THE WEATHER FOR THEM AND YOU CAN GET BARGAINS FROM US HAMMOCKS STRAW PORCH MATS ETC WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANEW LINE OF LADIES NECKWEAR IT WILL PAY YOU TO INSPECT IT J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky Ci MillingIND COILODIBURG Oral flasham of Louisville is visiting relatives here Sam Robertson of Missouri is visit ing relatives here Sam Hardin of Kansas City is visiting his brother A M Hardin Miss Blanche Payne of Clifton Mills is visiting her mother at this place Miss Vera Harrell is visiting her brothers Ira and Roscoe Harrell of this place Mrs Joe Robertson of Texas is visit ing her parents Mr and Mrs Nap RobertsonMiss Keys Ida and Arthur Ater visited at Julius Dutschkes Sat urday night Wont Meet Until August Washington June l6The peace plenipotentiaries will hardly meet here before August They have not been selected as yet and it will require more than a month for those of Japan to reach this country after they are named Send in your Subscription now r Dont Fail to lAttend theII MoonlightPicnic that will be given in the yard the home of Frank atII near HardIns school house June 24th If you dont come you will miss something out of the ordinary in the way of picnics A free lunch will be served to every person present and there will be refreshments of all kinds on sale Re member you dont get a free lunch at every picnic Frank Kennedy W N Meadors Proprietors Who has once used CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR is satisfied to use that and no e I otherIt is the flour that is demanded by good cooks and good livers Get the habit of using CADICKS GOLDDUST FLOUR It is a good habit sure to give the best satisfaction to all of your house d hold dICk GRANDVIEW Saturday L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 16 Dally Fast Train loaves Cloverport 507 AM1 stops at West Point only arriv es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Daily Mall and Kxpross leaves Clo arrives 952 A1itops at all way stations Louisville 1285 p m Train No 44 Daily fast mail leaves C1I verport 441 p m stops at all way stia tons atLoulsvllllaccowUJdationWEST BOUND nleavesvlllnBOOa m resleavesatlJawesvllleStnnlfy pottsvllU Henderson and Ev It mTrain ar rives Cloverport 736 p m Evansvllle 10 30 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train leaves Cio AMUawesv1JJ1jOwensboro betweenLouisvillecars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 46 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsvillc Branch EAST BOUND leavesFordsvlllo430a amTrain leavesFordsvlllep mTrain No 6 Sunday only fordsvllle6SOa Irvlngton 903 a m WEST BOUND leaveslrvlnp inTrain pmW rF IJI Dr A P Latham VINE GROVE KY will remove to- ELIZABETHTOWN KY LJ JULY aboutJ 1 A1 i W A Walker ifi fij DENTIST JSjijt 1 JjXi RUlYj Fi Z PISOS CURE FO- feiJllllllJJIIIJLJJJMISI iriUso In time Sold by druggists CONSUMPTION j I Send in your Subscription to The NEWS Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles Does this record ofmerit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 50c Enclosed with every bottle Is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Roots Liver Pins I V r- yt r rr j J The Breckenridge News 9 WEDNESDAY June 21 100C NEWS AND 1 VIEWS t TOBACCOt S Reduction of Acreage Says Organ of A S of EBarretts Plan of ActionBig Prices are Paid UpToDato Farming Conflicting reports from various sources do not give much satisfaction tD those who want to know the facts regarding the acreage of tobacco The Westjrn Tobacco Journal declares that no reduction will be waGe asI prices have been encouraging The farmers in the districts that are fairly well organized declare that in those sections a reduction of at least 15 per cent can be counted on From our own correspondence we have no reason to believe the 1105 acreage will ex ceed that of 1904 in any place and we have it from good authority that those will be some reduction in the Black Patch of Kentucky and Tennessee Heavy rains and cut worms have done their usual amount of damage and the season of planting was generally delayed All who are interested in the work planned by the organizations for the purpose of controlling markets should read carelully the plan proposed by Mr T T Barrett of Henderson Ky Some plan will be adopted at thee Owen sboro convention and we invite discussion along this line so if possible the delegates may consider the matter intelligently and act wise ly From recent market reports it ap pears that considerable tobacco held by farmers is going on the markets in cad order Conditions on the farms are not generally favorable to keeping tobacco in warm weather Farmers Should make a study of this and an far as possible arrange to keep their tobacco at home until sold provided they can Keep it in perfect order Otherwise they should have it prized and stored on some plan simi lar to that suggested by Mr Barrett For some time it will be found neces sary to store the largest part of tObac- co grown either on the farm or in Equity warehouses Farmers Prices Exceeded From The New Era of Caldwell Co Ky we glean the following Fortv thousand pounds of loose to bacco was eold in Princeton markets at very satisfactory prices The crop of T W Wood 1320 pounds sold for anII average price of X13 per cwt This the highest price ever paid tor loose tobacco in Princeton Another crop of 8000 pounds sold for 975 per owt all round Princeton was among the first A S of E points in the dark tobacco dis trict Mr Barretts Plan in Detail In a recent letter Mr Bartett a prominent farmer and tobacco grower ana member ot the A S ot E ol Henderson Ky submits the following The plan that appears most practi cal is for the growers of each county or section producing a certain class of tobacco to choose an executive committee composed of one member from each magisterial disrict and delegate to them the authority to maKe all ar rangements for receiving classifying storing and selling the tobacco and to negotiate loans and advancements necessary The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep I live Many sudden deaths are caused b- yitheart disease i pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble is al lowed to advance th- eklneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or theI tJrJdneys themselves break down and waste I tinaway cell by cell f Bladder troubles most always result from 4 a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is Irt Jobtaln d quickest by a proper treatment of youucan no by taking Iit SwampRoot the great kidney liver and remedyl to hold urine and scaldi Ing pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to manyJr extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon I realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases1 SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold t IbyallI druggists In fiftycent and onedollar mayhave dishi I ittellsall about it both nomore Pcot sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Boot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle Each farmers crop tobevalned ao cording to its quality and condition when received at the fnctory and ho given a statement specifying the amount and value of each class dolly ered and a record made on the books at the warehouse Each farmer thus becomes a stockholder Inthe business to the value of tobacco delivered oy him i and when the tobacco is sold receives his proportion of the proceeds Thus A delivers 10000 pounds rated at C cents average B delivers 10001 pounds of a lower grade rated at 4 con s average A has creditI for 000 and B for 400 The tobacco is worth an average price of 5 cents or 1000 for the crops New it the committee sells that tobacco at an average of 8 cents or SI 800 for the crop the per centago of profit is CO per cent and tor every dollar that each A andB have credited to them on the books they are to receive 1060 cash less expenses If sold in small lots the profits to be pro rated among all the holders and if a surplus is to be car riea over it will be carried by all in stead of a tow Eaoh district could own its own storage house and buyers could purchase in person or by sample and sales would be made direct This will effectually prevent manufacturers from laying in large supplies at low prices Tne committees from different sections can meet at the annual meet ing to confer together and adopt a minimum scale of prioesEd Such a plan would materially shorten the distance between producer and con sumer to the benefit of bothThos 1 Barrett Cuban Diarrhoea- U S soldiers who served in Cuba during the Spanish war know what this disease is and that ordinary remedies have little more effect than so much water Cuban diarrhoea is almost as severe and dangerous a a mild attack of cholera There is one remedy how everthat can always be dependedupon as will be seen by the following certifi cate from MrsMinnie Jacobs of Huston Texas I hereby certify that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured my husband of a 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 fc Haynes Were a Week After Moonshiners Deputy Marshal C T Nichols has returned from H rdin county where he spent a week with Deputy Marsnal IT J Cnndiff of Bowling Green inn cnase after J T Smallwood for whom they had a warrant for boot legging Smallwood was left in jail at Leitchfield He will be taken to Lou isville for trial and will have a charge of moonshining to answer before he gets through with the court Owens boro Inquirer No Secret About it It is no secret that for Cuts Burns Ulcers Fever Sores Sore Eyes Boils etc nothing is so effective as Buck lens Arnica Salvelilt didnt take 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 te Haynes Irug store To Furnish Anything You Want A salt water bath a shave and while yon sleep your clothes sponged and pressed are new features of railroading inaugurated Sunday on the Lake Shore railways Free ste nographer and typewriter service is also provided and a valet and maid are in attendance In putting the Twentieth Century Limited on an eighteenhour instead of a twenty four hour basis between Chicago and New YorK the Lake Shore takes care of the passengers in a way entirely new in railroading the trains belng equipped as above Letters dictated on the train are marled en route as the train flies along at a mile a minute or less Independents Get Left Out Washington June l4The protest of the independent tobacco mannfac turers against the award of the con tract for smoking and chewing tobacco for the navy to the firm of Butler Bosher of Richmond will not be of any avail The announce ment of the award will be made to day or tomorrow A number of independent manufacturers called to see Paymaster General Harris in regard to the matter and not receiving the assurances from him which they wisnedi went to see the Secretary Mr Morton told them the department could not undertake to withhold the contract from a firm simply because it was in the trust This ended the matter according to the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts Cant Do it That Way Eight farmers in western Kentucky hit upon the idea of forming a company and selling their tobacco as one person in order to avoid the payment- of the internal revenue tax of SIX cents a pound The commissioner of Internal revenue bolds that such a- Irra55Z1i Mrir1asly LI WINCHESTER I RIFLE AND PISTOL CARTRIDGES Winchester Rifle and Pistol Cartridges of all calibers are loaded by machinery which sizes the shells supplies the exact quantity of powder and seats the bullets properly By using firstclass materials and this uptodate system of loading the reputation of Winchester Cartridges for accuracy reliability and excellence is maintained They cost no more than inferior makes Ask for them and insist upon getting them THEY SHOOT WHERE YOU HOLD company would not be brought within the exemption applying to farmers and growers of tobacco and there fore the tobacco would be subject to the regular tar The commissioner was asked for ia ruling on the subject by Collector Franks of Owensboro who has been approached by the representative of the proposed partnership and aSKed as to its relation to the internal rev enue laws It was explained that the farmers proposed to form a partner ship for the raising and sale of to bacco as cured on the farm and not manufactured in any way The firm was to have an agent who would solicit orders and send the tobacco in s Daratb packages to each customer One person was to be named as mana ger and he after the deduction of his salary was to divide the profits equally among the partners For sick headache take Chamber lains Stomach aud Liver Tablets and ia quick cure is certain For sale by Short Haynes Cabbage Snake Harmless The Department of Agiicnltnre has issued an interesting bulletin which explodes the old story that cabbage snare worms or hair worms are poisonous and when eaten in cooked cabbage are the cause of death The cabbage snake horror was in many respects like the kissing bug craze It originated in the fall of 1U03 by the discovery of toe socalled cabbage snake and species of hairworm in the heads of cabbage in Tennessee South Carolina and Louisiana Rum ors of persons being poisoned byeating cabbage affected by this hairworm were magnified by the yellow jour nals until a genuine scare pervaded the ranKs of cabbage eaters all over the country The result was that the cabbage growing lindustry was paralyzed and the falling off of custom was the se verest blow the truck gardeners of the country ever experiencoa Fed by erroneous reports evidentlly incited in many cases by unscrupulous per sons the scare soon became wide spread causing general fear of poisoning from Virginia and West Vir ginia southward through the same States as were first affected in 1003 and into Florida Kentucky Illinois Iowa Missouri Oklahoma and Col orado especially and there was scar cely a State in the union where it was not felt The department of agriculture titter a long series of experiments in feeding the cabbage snake worms raw and cooked to rabbits guinea pigs and other animals and in injecting the juice ot the worms hyoodermi ally declares that none of the reports has any foundation in fact and that the worms are perfectly harmless The length of the cabbage snaKe the de partment says varies from two to nine inches instead of nm feet as some of the sensational newspapers have reported New Steps at Church Entrance Thelajing of a orick pavement on the west and south sides of the Cath olio church and the pastors residence has been completed W K Embry was at work last week on stone steps to replace the wooden ones now at the approach to the en trance of the church READ TillS 1901Thiswith kidney and bladder disease for three years and found nothing to re- lIeve me until I tried the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery which has given me positive relief and I think a permanent cure Jas M Hipkins A TEXAS WONDER One small bottlelot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheu matism and all irregularities of the Sidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of f1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W HallI sole manufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo send for testimonials Sold by all druggists I Conference at Washington Washington Juno 1C Washington will be the scene of the peace negotia tions between Russia and Japan Jap an refused to go to Europe and Russia was unwilling to meet Japan in the Far East Mr Takahira the Japanese Minis ter brought to the President this morning Japans refusal to go to Europe and this wUlbe formally communicated to Count CaFsini Russian Ambassador when he by appointment at the White House this afternoon Upon learning of Japans unwillingness to go to Europe Russia acquiesced and joined Japan in the request that Washington be selected t The announcement came in the form of an official statement issued by Secretary Loeb by direction of the President The statement follows When the two Governments were unable to agree upon either Uhe Foo or Paris the President suggested The Hague but both Governments have now requested that Washington be chosen as the place of meeting and the President has accordingly tormally notified both Governments that Washington will be so selected Dying of Famine- is in its torments like dying ot con sumption 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 II writes Win Myers of Cearfo s Md after trying different medicines and a good doctor in vain I at last took Dr Kings New Discovery which quickly and perfectly cured me Prompt relief anal sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc Positively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at Short Hay nesdrug store price 50c and Xl00 a bottle Trial bottle fre Tobacco Crop Outlook Washington June lfiFrom the report on the condition of the tobacco crop issued today by the Department of Agriculture information in gather ed trom 1500 special correspondents of an increase of the tobacco acreage in the burley district comppsd of counties in Kentucky Ohio Indiana and West Virginia which is esti mated at 25 per cent Regarding the barley district in Kentucky the report says that the increase is much larger than 25 per cent and a reason iven is that since the price of thoroughbred horses has decreased many breeders have plowed up grass laud and planted them in tobaccoThe department adds Reports as to conditions of plans the character of the season transplanting etc vary greatly but on the whole it may be said that the plants are good and plentiful the season early in some localities a month earlier than usual and transplanting well advanced Conditions in the regie or dark tobad co district of Kentucky and Tennessee are reported generally favorable A Bad Scarce Some day you will get a bad scare when you feel n pain in your bowels and fear appendicitis Safety lies in Dr Kings New Life PiUs a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such as headache billiousness costive ness etc Guaranteed at Short Haynes drug store I only t 25C Try them Mirror Not For Blackburn- The Elizabethtown Mirror gives what it declares is a true report of the Grand Ovation given Joe Black barn at Elizabethtown It declares that the crowd was very small that except when the speaker scored the Republicans the silence was so great that it could be cut with a knife and so on The Mirror predicts that Blackburn will be out of the running iin Hardin county in a few months Has Given Satisfaction- Prof J W Jarrett who has been selected to teach our public school this fall has returned to his home at Btepnensport He has taught here before both in public and private school and to say that he has given good satisfaction does not express it for at least ninety out of every 100 patrons are for him Lewiaport cor Hancock Clarion i I IGO TO PIGGOTT r FOR ROAD WAGONS AND BUGGIES SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR INDEX AND GREEN SEAL PAINTS McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky IIMIAa AA DRMOFFETTS TEETHING POWDERSi Only 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to C J MOFFETT M D Stt Mother Hesitate no longer but save the life ot your child as thousands have done by giving those powders 1i f TEETHINA Is given quickly countoracts and over t pomes the of the summers heat upon teethingchildren LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COrI- NCORPORATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville- Steamers TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for General Office 15415CJ58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A GEOH WILSON Supt SUMMER EXCURSIONSVIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R to California and Colorado- and to the Lewis nnd Clark Centennial Exposition PORTLAND OREGON- at special reduced rates Homeseekors round trip and one way colonist on the first and third Tuesdays in each month to points in Mississippi and Louisiana Homeseekers round trip on the first and third Tuesdays to points in Indian Territory Oklahoma Arkansas Texas Etc Cheap excursion Rates to Springs Ark via Memphis Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to CALIFORNIA Excursion cars through to Los Angees and San Francisco via New Orleans Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednes day from Chicago Full Particulars concerning all of the above can be bad ot Home Agents or by addressingF HARLOW D P A Louisville Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburtf Ky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBUROj KY win practice his In all of the Courts of and adjoInIng counties Special attention given to road cases and criminal practice Llcenselto practice In United States District Courts Office ovex Bank of Hardlnsburg 0 J r Cures Cholera Infanlum Diarrhoea Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles of Children of Any Jtge AIds Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strengthtens the Child and MAKESii TEETHING EASY LoUiS Mo health and easily and effects ship ments stock Hot Every Lands profession collecting c Seven Hills Bus Breaks Down A rear wheel came off the Seventt Hills bus Thursday morning while en i route with a number of passengers l to the depot to meet eastbound trainnNo 43 Fortunately no one was hurt 1 The accident happened at the corner ot High and First streets A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 3 Your Watchii Repairedtand Guaranteed a ItwedontdoaswesaywewlllC we will return your money have firstclass and guarr33Woteed Roods In watches rchains charms itagsaspectacles silverware i Prices You Cannot Duplicate t Elsewhere 1 t We live here and everybody knows us If our word Is not good dont believe what wedsay Our big sales and im mense amount of repairs speak people believe 3what = TeC LEWIS SON JEWELERSj VYYVYYmmYYYVYYnn Cloverport Planin Mill GREGORY 6c CO Prop LUMBER t kSASHk SASHkBLINDSIDOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICJK jI CEMENT ROOFING ETCf Stylish Comfortable II Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed- J H HUNSCHE Casper May k Co Cannelton Ind SourIStomachtNoness headache constipation bad ruIgeneral debility sour risings and Catarrh af the stomach are all due to Indigestion KtM t cures Indigestion This new discovery r wra lents the natural Juices of digestion aa war j exist in a healthy stomach combined Witt ji rpropertiesi jfamoua I by cleansing purifying ave tenlnf turdrstrengthening the mucous msmbranu ilttii the stomach h Mr S S Bill of Rtrntwood W Vs B rate tItodcltfcrttUionlr SI003ke holdlM 3M Mi atM which Mill forlO seas rrMTM ky I O IsWII1 a 1 HWA IBold by all oDruRgtats Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar w h to- V j The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY June 3i 1905 RMIES OF SOUTH MEET IN REUNION In Gay Dress Louisville Receives And Entertains Confederates Gen Lees Eloquent Address Louisville Ky June 14Fo r Lhe second time in five years the United Confederate Veterans have gathered for their annualreunion within the gates of Louisville No more sincere tribute to the hospitality of Kentuckys metro polis could have been paid than this and certainly no warmer wel come was ever accorded the boys in gray than they received to dayLouisville has never worn a gayer dress on any occasion than that which she has donned in hon or of the Confederates Practically every building in the city ex Icept those in the remote outskirts is decorated and even in the sub urbs and the byways the stars and bars have been flung to the breezeLike a cloud of gray veterans and visitors have poured into the city rom all sections of the South afKTWest Every train brought in campSand parts of camps until at noon there were representatives here from practically everyone of the 1400 camps in the U C V While all efforts to arrive at ex act number of veterans and visitors are necessarily futile good estimates are that the visitors are not less than 15000 Of this number fully 6000 are Confeder veteransThe reunion was called to order in the Horse Show build ing by Col Bennett H Young Rev J William Jones delivered the invocation- In behalf of the commonwealth Oov Beckham delivered an ad dress of welcome- It is my pleasure he said Eo speak for the commonwealth pf Kentucky and to bid you a earty and cordial welcome to the lotropolis of our state Over brty years ago when you came iiere during the civil conflict there pore many Kentuckians who were eady to meet you with shot and shell but now if there are any shots to be cast at you in Ken ucky they will be halfshots When Gen Joseph Wheeler entered the building the immense manyh1inutesDixie f ofwelcome StephenD BOOZE OR MEDICINE SVfilch will you have If a woman suf from ono of the delicate ailments goBar to your sox It will be well for know that Dr Pierces Favorite scrlptlon Is the only remedy adver M for such maladies which is abso Aoly free from Intoxicating liquors and 11 other harmful agents The good you el from Its use Is not the delusive ex alloratlon from a tippling beverage from which the system reacts Into a worse Condition than before It may bo a little lower In manifesting Its bracing and JVlgoratlng action but Its benefits are one the lets positive and best of all hey are lasting Its an honest modi tine not a beverage I have been taking your medicine for the ut three weeks and can say I am wlntnc itrensrth writes Mrs Senoth Klnny of 000 Sast Madison Street Mount Pleasant Iowa I have been havln Tory poor health all win- 14r I doctored with our family doctor but ras relieved only while taking the medicine I took Dr Plereo a k Af4lnlrtA seTOral years MO I know It was good for any one iuffer lag with taken onlytfemaljltrOubl8lIayone bott t ngth very test I could not eat ngr sleep when I began taking the Favorite Prescription Heart spellII=aye had ono child since first taking your medicine If I continue with your treatment am positive I will be cured Every suffering woman In this land kould write to pr Pierce and learn haw MrUlnly ha can help her to health and strength lIt costa nothing to writ and receivee entIrely free the advlcoq one of the moat experienced physicians In this country1 His great1 thousandpage book the Common Sense Medical Advisor In stiff paper covers will bo sonMafevfor 31 oritceql stamps the hare coJWW mall r j send 31 stamps for cloth bound Andress Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Jte TOwo ORIGINAL UttJrUvrJPJKEtv gills fint put up by old Dr eSR V Pierce over 40 years ago S have been much Its Mtad but pier ado of purely vegetable concentratedant refined medicinal principles extracted from native American roots and plants They spoodjly relieve and- y cure foul torpid and deranged Stomachs Livers and Bowels a their attendant dis tressful ailments One or two a laxative three or tour a cathartic yourtatelligonceto you Instead of this wellknown prop Nratlqn of Dr Pierce t r Confederate Veterans spoke in part as follows Gen Lees Eloquent Address The welcome ot the Kentuckian is like himself large wholesome gen erous and free He has a heart like his mighty Mammoth Cave he tales everybody into it and looks around for more guests We are lost in your hospitality and will never find our selves again until we get out of Ken tuckyThe last time we came to Louis ville we were Iimpressed that this was not a dry city and although this time the rains have not descend ed or the floods fallen in the same way we find the city is still wet in places with a certain ancient JUIce which is supposed to be good for veterans Louisville has always been dear to the South We have not for gotten the ministrations of her noble women in war times when they were indeed angels of mercy Nor have we forgotten the dreadful days when yellow tev it stalked abroad in our land The gates of this fearless and nieroifal city were never shut to the cry ot distress Kentucky is a nitne to charm with It liti a land good for horses and better for men and best for women A Kentucky woman simply exhausts the subject After 3 on have seen her you wonder why there are any others The only women wno ever surpassed Kentucky women were their mothers the immortal women of the Confederacy The career of the Kentucky troops in the Confederate army is one of the finest things in the history of our race Not only disowned by the nation but exiled from their state with nothing to Inre them on but the high claim of princi ples for which their fathers fought be fore them with everything already lost that men count precious and a forlorn and swiftly failing hope before them they battled to the end with a stubborn courage that never knew de feat We were fighting for our homes and firesides but these Keptacklana were fighting for us because they loved oar cause better than their own lives It is impossible for Confederates standing on Kentuckian soil not to remember that from this common wealth came the two leaders of the contending nations Here was born the patient frontier lawyer trained in the hard school of adversity who in the hour of fate was to stand at the focus of the world who was tojgive to history a new ideal of greatness and t3 die at last like Caesar at the zenith of his fame sealing his immortality with a death whose tragic pathos will move the hearts of men forever Here also was born the pure and stainless gentleman who stood at the helm of the sinking Confederacy the one and only ruler of a brave people who failed in a mighty straggle for con stitutional liberty as they understood Itthe chained captive at Fortress Monroe the exile the grayhaired historiandefending to the last the cause of his peoplethe best beloved of all Kentuckys mighty sons Not Clay in the hour of his glory not Lincoln in the hour of his passing were ever dowered with the love and devotion which were given to this brave old man whose white soul was the mark for every shaft that oasssed over the people of the South The youth wrapped him living in the mantle of her love and poured upon his tomban offering of tears phe never gave to Washington And wean her heart stall at last cease to beat there will be found graven upon it the name of Jefferson Davis- Sometimes the question is asked why the old veterans gather at their annual reunions We have no pensions to expect There is no political pre ference we can look for We come together because we love the past because our lives have been linked to gather by a great experienceby the richest deepest experience that has come to any generation of Americans by a common story so rich in hero- Ism In sacrifice In patriotism that everything else we remember grows cheap when we think of the Confed eracyWe have taught our children to honor the flag of our reunited country In the Spanish war we sent our sons and grandsons to follow the flag that our forefathers tilled with stars ana to which we now give again onr un- stinted loyalty Best of all we re stored our beloved land as an intergal living part to the anion of our fath ers With as now all passion and bitterness has passed away We are holding only to all that is sweetest and best and tenderest in living Our lives have been prolonged to see our country recovered from the ravages and effects of war td see peace and good will even now almost supplant the passion and strife engendered In thoSe bloody days and what is dear est to all of us to see that wo have the esteem and honor and love of our descendantsWe our graves feeling that we were right It is true we failed in maintaining the principle we fought for Superior numbers and resources under the wisdom of an overruling Providence deoided against po r us Yet we are sure yn did oar duty unnd it is our duty to the ena to preserve undIminished the treasures of our devoted patriotism onr unshakenI faith ant our unalterable belitf i I the sacredness and justness of our cause One thing certain no true Confederate soldier ties ever hung his head before any human being because of his conduct We nave through all1I our lives and under every condition maintaipfd our selfrespect and i I our old age now we see we stave the respect not only of those who fought against us but of the whole world Second Day of Reunion Louisville Ky June 15Ths- econd days session of the re union of the main body of Unite l Confederate Veterans began at 1 oclock this morning in the Con federate Hall at Fifth and Water street After the various form- of entertainment of last evening the veterans were somewhat slow in assembling and the building was not more than onethird full1I when Gen Stephen D Lee arrived The crowd gathered fast however although a number o the veterans said that the ball last night was as fatiguing as Unity miles of marching during the war In opening the meeting Gen Lee said My comrades do not know tiny body of men ofwhom God has been kinder than theI Confederate soldiers I therefore ask everyone to stand while pray er is delivered by the Rev Dr James Smith of Richmond If in a kind ot bilious mood You wish an aid to aigest food No other pill is half so good As DeWitts Little Risers The Famous Little Pills EARLY RISERS cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness etc Taey never gripe or sicken but impart early rising energy Gooa for either children or adults Bob Moore LaFayette Ind saysuNo use talking DeWittsI Little Early Risers do their work Another I pills I have nsed gripe andI make me sick DeWitts Little Early Risers brought the long sought relief They are perfect Sold by All Druggists The Month of June June is the month when roses bloom and when we meet the bride and groom the month when young corn growsand bare foot urchins snag their toes the month in which the fishes shoal and Johnnie haunts the swimming hole He may deny and cause a doubt but ah his shirt is wrong side out The horsefly comes and stays till fall and punctures the kitchen wall the June bug tells you he is here and dabs you onl the other ear the moth nests iin your winter clothes and insects gambol up your nose The picnic season is at hand and the Sundayschool engages the band I the maid dons a thin shirt andshocks her mother with her taste The housewife makesI gooseberry pie thats full of juice and bacilli Quality vs Quantity Kurd muscles and strong body do not depend on the quantity of food you eat but on its perfect digestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol1 Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all1l the nourishment out of all the food you eat It digests what you eat regardless of the condition of the stomach and con veys the nutrient properties to th blood and tissues This builds up an strengthens the entire system over comes and cures IndigestionDyspepsia Belching Sour Stomach etc Kodoll Dyspepsia Cure for what is sometimes called Americas national disease Djspepsia is destined to eveutuall work a wonderful and lasting benefit to sufferers from this distressing and mindI harassing condition Sold by All Drug gists The Old Confederate On Wednesday Jnne 14 the firs day of the Confederate Reunion Iin Louisville the following editorialI appeared in the Louisville Herald L uisville has received within her gates many very welcome guests but the Confederate veteran has taken our citys heart as never did a visitor before He had just to say he wa going to come to conquer Be came and he found a city with keys in it- Shands for him to have and to hold along as be would He is proving every hoar of his stay worthy all the attention and hospitality that can be showed on him He is the brave manful selfreliant selfrespecting man ho has ever been figured and found He is a soldieran American soldier every Inch He has the heart the courage the gentleness and cour tesy of Southern breeding He is soci able of course He loves his old com rades who wore the gray and followed uI 4M the Stars and Ba B in the fiercest conflict He loves the brave men who fought against him He has accepted the issues that the war determined in moviennot have could he have it again the slave holding of antebeljuui times He believes still in States rights not in conflict with national union and indivisibility He believes in popular sovereignty and in clean government kindntried true trustworthy and trusted The Confederate soldier is in every community a man of influence He commands respect Every one knows that he came home after the w tr pen casesealmost naked But he set to work to alnew 0la a leader everywhere He is a legis later of eminence a statesman of na tional renown a lawyer preacher manufacturersor plain voter successful in every respect If be holds no office in his community it is because be does not want office He is everywhere an agency of good God blessthe old Confederate May he long abide with us He is typical of the best that America ever produc fed in citizenship or manhood The Children 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 Conditions of Peace Japanese Indemnity of 1050000 QUO Japanese protectorate over Manchu ria and Korea Cessio of Tort Arthur and part of the TransManchorian railroad to Japan Forfeiture of the interned warships Withdrawal of Russian warships from the tar East for a period of twentyfive years The occupation of Vladivostok until these conditions are fulfilled Russian- A qualified acceptance of the above terms save that relating to indem rejectedISprained Ankle Stiff Neck Lame Shoulder These are three common ailments for which Chamberlains Pain Balm is es pecially valuable If promptly applied- it will save you time money and suffer ing when troubled with anyone of these ailments For sale by Short Haynes Fate of the Short Tooter A friend of the Bonha in Texas News sends in the following pithy paragraph which has fully as teach trutn as poetry in it If you toot your little tooter and lay aside your litte horn theres not a soul in ten short days will know that you were born The wan wno gathers pumpkins In the wan who plows all day and the man wno keeps a humpIng is the man who makes it pay The man who advertises with short and sadden jerks is the man who blames the editor because it never worKs The man wno gets the business has a long and steady pull and keeps his trade and paper from year to year quite fall He plans fas honesttway and keeps forever at it until ne makes it pay He has faith in all the future can withstand a bankrupt shcck and like a man of Scripture has his business on a rock A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding or Protruding Piles Druggists refund money It PAZO OINTMENTfafistocureanycase no matter of how lung standing In U to la days First application Rives ease and rest Soc If your ItIcine Co St Louts Mo Death of J D Blincoe Liwinport Ky June 14John complicatione Waldners in Lewisport Tuesday night He was sixtyseven years old and had been identifiedI with the business in terests of Lewisport fcr almost half a century having been engaged In the confectionyery and undertaking business Huge Task It was a huge task to undertake the cure of such a tud case of kidney di Cherot kee Ia but Electric Bitters did it Hi 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 I Electric Bitters howeverI found a cure and by them was restored to perfects health I recommend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys sliver or stomach Guaranteed by Sht Haynes druggists price 5Uc Falls From Horse Breaks Arm 2 A sevenyearold son of W H Qra bill a tenant on E B Oglesby s farm fell from a horse he was riding to water late Wednesday afternoon and sustained a fracture of one of his forearms The fracture was reduced by Drs Simons and Wendeluen at the formers operating room over the Bank of Cloverport Wednesday even ling I + As our agent to snow and Slur our goods and an Investment through him with us IIs better than a Govern ment Bond This is a specUloflerini of menus Spring U Suits at 10 I k They are black Thlbets for dress wear and fancy Cassimeres and Worsteds in light medium and dark patterns for business wear They are GUARANTEED AU WOOI and I made In thoroughly uptodale styles What we ask you to do Is to write and uk for samples and measure lianks saying you saw THIS ad in THIS paper Ours Is the largest and oldest house In our line In the South We OWN our building and have done business on the SAME SPOT for over YEARS We sell CLOTHING IIATSand FURNISH INGS for men and boys SHOES for everybody Wt PAY EXPRESS on o5 worth and send all goods SUBJECT TO APPROiAI Style books for all lines free on request Iet us hear from you LEVYSThird N i of Hardinsburg iiOFFICERSM H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beards Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson Insured against loss by fire or burglary Interest paid on time deposits Breckinridge Bank Ky Ca ptal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnishedour customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IIMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits oe First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VictPresident H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits THEI I Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr Weve Hired Uncle Sam andI I FORTY LOUISVILLE Bank The Cloverport The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city making a 1200 rate Only one block from the principal shopping district and twojblocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts Iof the city- Everything neat andiclean I rr Nm s itl i+ esm MoreDoubleTrackWriting 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 ofethe agreeable statement in the Washington correspondence of The Post of yesterday that a force of hands will tomorrow begin grading on the double andnHigh Point It is a continuing won der how the Southern Railway contrives to handle so many trains passenger and freight on a single track between Greensboro and Charlotte with so few accidents and a contin clearheadedtdispatchers a great system effective developer of the South and it has not undertaken its doubletracking policy too early Think of the volume of its traffic fifty even twentyfive years from nowCharlotte Observer TO OBTAIN THE BEST RESULTS USE THE Southern Railway S H TAYLOEPassenger Agent Washington D C N 4 NN rt- g The Breckenridge News un WEDNESDAY June 21 lOOo IRVINGTON Dr Bush June S8 and 24 Ferd McGehee went to Louis rille Saturday Harry Kepuier spent several days tn Louisville last weeK Mrs Will Gardner was in Louisvill Wednesday shopping John Wimp was in Louisville last Thursday and Friday on business Lamar Gardner has gone to Chr nault to spend his summer vacation Dr J 0 Bush the dentist ot Can nelton will be here June 23 and 24 Arthur Suter spent several days 1In Louisville lat weeK among friends Miss Ruth Daugherty of Louisville came Saturday to visit Miss Claire JollyQuite i large crowd from here went on the excursion Saturday to Louis villeQuite a number of our citizens at tendea the reunion in Louisville last weekOwen Biggs left Saturday for Steph ensport to visit his sister Mrs IKirb BlaineMrs Nannie Wathen left Tuesday for Louisville to remain for a several weeks visit Miss Willa Drury is in Louisville visiting her sister Miss Ada Drury for several weeks Mr and Mrs A B Coleman lef Monday for Woodford county to visit relatives for a week For tlrst class dental work go to Dr J C Bush of Cannelton He will be here June 23 and 24 Mrs Cris Heusel and childrei left last week for Louisville to visit Mr and Mrs Will Finn Miss Essie Biggs left Saturday for Grandview Ind to visit friends and relatives for two weeks Mrs George Lyddan and mother Mrs Leona Adkissou were in Louis ville Tuesday on business Miss Mary Wrather entertained very delightfully last Friday evening to a number of friend Miss Mabel McGlothlau is at home after a ten days vi it to friends at Hawtsville nnd Cloverport Mrs McClintick of Louisville came last week to visit hex parents Mr and Mrs W Cornwall Mrs L B Moreman and son LuIs Bennett have returned from a weeks visit to relatives at Brandenburg Miss Ellen W Herudon of Hen derson is expected this weed to visit ilr and Mrs T N McGlothlau Mr and Mrs Albert Marshall and baby of Guston spent Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs Tom Marshall Mra W Jh Brown a ud sister Laura left Tuesday fcr Paradise Kyto be with their parents for a few daysMrs Dive Henry of Chattanooga Tenn iis the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J L Henry for some time Clarence Penick in convalescent Mr and Mrs Bate Washington are at hume atter attending the reunion for a few days Miss Mary Cornwall has returned home after a weeks visit to her brothers in Marshall Texas and other points of interest Little Mary Avitt of Gullport Miss arrived Tuesday to make a months visit to her grandparents Mr and Mrs Ferd McGeqee I have lost a 20 gold watch and offer a good reward to any one who will wring it to McUlothlan S Pig gotts store Tony King Mrs Crash and daughter of Texas are expected to arrive this week to visit her daughter Mrs Tom Parks They will probably locate here J A Warfield a horse denier of Macon Ga was In town Monday and purchased of H H Kemper his Ayers To be sure you are growing old But why let everybody see it in your gray hair Keep your hair dark and rich and postpone age If you will Hair Vigor only use Ayers Hair Vigor your grdy hair will soon have all the deep rich color of youth Sold for 60 years I am now over 60 years old and I hen a thick Kloiijr head of long hair which U a wonder to overy one who leel It And not a gray hair In It all due to Ayera Hair Vigor Jlns II li 1JUWT1S Ueclda MUm 51M a bottle J 0 10 TEn CO Lowell Mau tlrulIItfor White Hair n BABYS ECZEMA Top of Head Covered with Scales Which Peeled off Taking Hair with Them CURED BY CUTICURA Now Six Years Old with Thick Hair and Clean Scalp Cure Permanent- I IMy baby was six weeks oldwhen the top of her head became covered with thick scales which would peel and come off taking the hair with it It would soon form again and be as bad as before My doctor said it was Eczema and prescribed an ointment which did no good I then tried Cuti cura Soap and Ointment I washed her head in warm water and Cuticura Soap and gently combed the scales off They dill not come back and her hair grew out flue and thick She is now a year and a half old and has no trace of Eczema MRS C W BURGES Iranistan Ave Bridgeport Conn Feb ax 1898 I ICURE PERMANENT Mrs Barges writes Feb 28 1903 verybadlyafter using the Cuticura Remedies was cured She is now six years old and has thick hair and a clean scalp i sleepfortired worried mothers in warm baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle anoint ings with Cuticura Ointment purest of emollients and greatest of skin cures This is the purest sweetest most speedy permanent and economical disfiguringitchingcrusted and pimply skin and scalp humours with loss of hair of infants and children as well as adults and is sure to succeed when all other reme dies and the best physicians fail Sold throughout the world Cutlcun Rtmtrtnt We la form of Chocolate Coiled IUIl 2c per vUl of 1io1 Old meet JOc Soap We Potter Drug i Chem Corp Dellolio sole lrop OrSend lotM Thcgrcl Umaour Cure driving mare Known as Ida Stout The price is not given but it must have been a fancy one as she had made better thin two thirty time on the track Trying to Sell Brick Plant After standing idle for years the Patton brick Jl1lluyII Cloverport will resume operation as soon as the building can be overhauled and new machinery cnn be installed Mr W F Keates of this city closed a deal between the Columbia Finance old Trust Company of Louisville receiver of the plant and Mr E A Glocksen of Chicago whereby the concern has been turned over to Mr Glocksen an experienced brick manufacturer The plant will begin operation about the first of July and will have a capacity of 60000 brick a day employing a large force of workmen Owensboro Inquirer R N Hudson of this city who has been interested in the Patton brick plant was questioned in regard to the truth of the above item by a representative of the Xews He said that Mr Keates who is a promoter is trying to sell the plaut but that ifsuch a deal had been made he is not a ware of it By Land to Mammoth Cave In covered wagons drawn by four horses and with the sturdy voice of the driver yelling thaw in a manner that would do credit to an overland teamster a jolly bunch of Whitesville folks cameo a halt at Falls of Rough Mon lay for a short rest At first sight you would think this company to be a party of immigrants headed for the west but as you bring your focus a little closer and ask a question or so you find them to be a party of really civil ized people making an overland trip to the Mammoth Cave There are thirty in the party air tad airs John Kittinger of Whitesville are the chaperons Kittinger is the cashier of the bank atWhitesville and tho party isof coursofinancially allright as well as every other way Tho company is building its own camp tires and providing their rations on the journey CHENAULT Jno Warren is quite sick Dr Spiel was in town Monday Miss Gussio OBryan of aiooloy villo is visiting Miss Stella Bea vin Lucien Manning who has beer sick for some time is convales centChester Fiymire ir visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J W Fry mire Paris Dutschke of Holt way tho guest of Miss Katie Frymi re SundayMiss Noll Lee Gilliland went to Wolf Creek Saturday to attend an ice cream supper Mr and Mrs J C Brodie spent Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Chas Slogan at Derby Lamar Gardner of Irvington is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs G B Cunningham- G B Cunningham went to Irvington last week to visit his daughter Mrs Will Gardner Prentiss Frymiro of Louisiana who has been visiting friends and relatives returned homo Monday Mr and Mrs George Gilliland and son Paul Ed Stallman and sister Margaret Jno Frymiro and daughter Mrs Guy Burch andchildren took dinner with air and aiis L1I Bosley Sunda- yBEWLEYVJLLE Mrs Thos J Jolly is on the sick list- Dr J M Walker was in Louis ville last Friday WH Cain Sr has been ill for several days Miss Annie Compton it visiting friends and relatives at Pierce Miss Corn McCoy has returned to her homo at Union Star Mrs Margaret Hardaway is spending the summer at Frank fortMrs Thomas CunditT at Gus ton is not improved of her recent illnessThe A Sof E held an inter esting meeting last Saturday af ternoonHorace Snyder and sons Glen and Homer were in Louisville last week Mrs Hcttie McCans is with her sister Mrs Alonzo Bennetts for the summer Little Irene Cain is spending the week with her grandparents at Fair Lawn Miss Evelyn Gross was the guest of Mrs James Witt one day last week Miss Katie Hardaway was visit ing the family of Nels Claycotub SundayMoorman Hardaway was tho guest of Mr and Mrs Thos Hardaway a few days recently Goldenro- dMATTINGLY B F Frank went to Owensboro last Friday Miss Nannie Ryan of Pisgah was here shopping last Tuesday MANY PEOPLE HAVE Backache the First Symptom of Kidney Trouble Peruna Is Invaluable in Such Cases Prominent Persons Who Have Been Cured Daniel D Bldwoll Supervisor Notary Public and a member of I O O F 160 Pearl street Buffalo j N Y writes Having used Poruna for a shor time I desire to write you as to my present condition When I obtained Peruna I was suffering from chronic Indigestion and kidney and bladder i trouble It seemed to help the circulation at once My digestion Is now perfect and my kidneys and I bladder do not trouble me In any way In fact l give Peruna the entire credit i Hoping that your remedy will reach all sufferers Mn a similar case and thanking you I remain Danlol D Bldwoll N P 4Jik Dangerous Kidney Diseases Cured At the appearance of the first symp tom of kidney trouble Peruna should be taken This remedy strikes at once the very root of the disease It at once relieves the catarrhal kid noy s of the stagnant blood and prevents the escape of serum from the blood Peruna stimulates the kidneys to excrete from tho blood the accumulating poison and time prevents the con vulsions which are sure to follow if the poisons are allowed to remain It gives great vigor to the hearts action and digestive system both of which are apt to fail rapidly in this diseasePoruna cures catarrh of the kidneys I simply because it cures catarrh wher ever located Curtis Pate was the guest of Miss Majme Scaton last Sunday Mike Hendrick was the guest of Miss Bertha Walls last Sunday Wick Pate and Nat Taul sold to Clark Owen last week a fine flock of lambs Mr andbits James Furrow were the guests of kn and Mrs W B Taul last Sunday Win Tabeling and two daughters of Wichita visitingfrionds and relativesl Willie Brickeyformerly of this place but now of Vanzant was suddenly stricken blind for sev eral hours recently Miss Flora Brickey of Beach fork was the guest of Misses I ICE ICE ICEThe Cloverport Water Light and Ice Company are now making ice It is good solid and cold made from distilled spring water and is the purest and best ice on the market We solicit your trade Special rates on carload lots Write or phone us for price A Le FORT Mgr Cloverport Water Light and Ice Co Cloverport Ky c = c d CATARRH OF KIDNEYS liII 1 r Count Alfonso d Aljorca of 287 Plaza del Torro Buenos Ayres South America while visiting in Chicago wrote from 217 0 Cleveland avenue that city as follows i I used Pornna a short time ago build up my system which was all run down from overwork 0 worry and a cold which had settled In my back and i kidneys causing me serious annoyance and trouble j When I returned home from work at night I was so ex haunted and worn out together with the pain in my back that I felt I would never be abloto take up the burden of life again In the morning but when morning came I Iwould get out somehow This dragging through life con tinued for a couple of months when I decided I would j IcuresI I ered a household necessity Poruna is such a remedy- A Prominent Merchant Restored to Health By Peruna Mr John Nimmo 215 Lippincott St Toronto Can a prominent merchant of that city and also a member of tho Masonic Order writes I haye been In poor health generally for over four years When I caught a bad cold last winter It settled In the bladder and kidneys causing serious trouble I took two greatly advertised kidney remedies without getting the desired results Peruna is the only remedy which was really cf any benefit to me It Bertha and Ida Walls last Sun dayMr and Mrs Chester Bivin visited her mother Mrs Rose Whitehouso at Cloverport last SaturdayMr Mrs Wm Lynchand Miss Mayme Seaton attended the Confederate reunion in Louis ville last week MISSeS Maggie Lillie and aiin nio Bates of Pisgah were the guest of their aunt Mrs Samuel Taul last week John Rupert of Indian Terri tory is here visiting his sister Mrs Frank Mattingly and broth er Frank Rupert An infant child of Mr and Mrs Ans Newberry of McQuady was buried at the Tarfork graveyard last Saturday Mr and Mrs Alfred Hawkins visited her parents Mr and Mrs C B Pate at Cloverport last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Milly Pate who has been visiting her granddaughter airs Alfred Hawkins and other rela tives has returned home Mrs Samuel Taul left last Sat urday for Hites Run where she will visit her daughter Mrs John Elder and other relatives alas RCfMattingly was callad to Kirk last Saturday on account of serious illness of her grand child a little daughter of air and airs Percy Pyan Every farmer should hear the speech of H B Sherman nation al organizer of the American Society of Equity He will speak at the Fourth of July picnic given by W N Pate John ORiley Huse Alexander and Jubal Hook at Hardinsburg 1AND DONT KNOW ITjj r South American g ICured by Peruna to I seemed to act in perfect harmony with the system eliminating tho poisons stopping tho ravages of the disease and gradually restoring me to health and strength Wo have on file many thousand tea timonials like the ones given here We can only give our readers a slight glimpse of tho vast array of unsolicited J endorsements wo are receiving every f month No other physician in the world has received such a volume of enthusiastic letters of thanks as Dr Hartman for Peruna All correspondence hold strictly con fidential i GARRETT J H Shacitlett was in Brandenburg Monday Miss Dora Funk was the guest of Misses Miles Monday Mr and Mrs W H Dhonau were in Louisville Thursday Albert Leslie of Missouri was hero last week visiting relatives Miss Bernice Hhacklett visited Miss Norris Kurtz of Webster Wednesday Mr and Mrs Joe Hilt and Mr and Mrs AUrich Shacklett spent Sunday with Wm Hilf Miss Graham of Cloverport who is visiting Mr Archer of Ekron spent 0 Sunday with Miss Lizzie Harrington- Mr and Mrs Charles Ritchie Mr and Mrs Joseph Foushee and Miss Lena Ritchie attended the commence ment exercises at Bethlehem Wednes day O4IltOlI a Bear Bought hthoctJ1 r of PATESVILLE W J Fawver woo in Hawesville Satrurday on business Mrs P rL Rfgdon of El Paso Tex is visiting her father G W Jar oe Rev Galloway filled his regular ap poiutment at the M E church South y Sunday and Sunday uight Misses Mollie Fawver and Emma Clark attended the teachers examina tion at Hawesville last Friday and SaturdayLittle Stella and Lucian Gordon who have been visiting their father Ed Gordon Jr of Tell City have returned homer A party composed of the following young people spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Jabez Corley and son Clifton of near town Misses Ola Clark NinatLynch Mollie and Nellie Fawver Emma Clark Margarite and Bessie Lynch Messrs Oscar You J1gW J5 Fawver Matt Jarboe Vernon Lynch John Arbra and Homer Lamb In the afternoon a picture of the group was made by W J Fawver All report a pleasant time r co 8 Southern Normal School idd 9rrAJL Green Business D BOWLING GREEN KY National School of TsIegraphr Y Sustains Teachers Scientific dalslC Law Commercial and sJeCral Courses of SiuJy Catalogues and Journals Free ORADUATES SI3CURU POSITIONS C NunON COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WAIT- tAddrea H H CHERRY President lIowlln Green Ky a t F