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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t tr THE BRECKENRIDGE fQfffiW f ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT v V loJL VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2 1905 8 Pages I rRICHARD WRATHER DEAD ii M 1 WellKnown Farmer Near Irvington v mw Typhoidftiiiji i Richard A Wrather one of the best mi famers in the Irvington neigh fiown died Monday afternoon at tti of typhoid fever at his jii 0homo a quarter of a mile from that i1m plaoo He had been ill for five weeks iiiiiii 1l Mr Wrather vas born in Meade ii f county on February 12 1857 He lived i i If in Meade county until 1803 when he ti moved to Irvington and bought them I farm pn which he died He was mar i ri ried in Mend county to Miss Glovia grownVDsurvives it Embry Wrathor 6t Chicago and IS isses Mary and Elizabeth Wrather I Ho also leaves one brother George hat Wrather and two sisters Mrs Weed- S Chelf of hlizabethtwon and Mrs LW W Vertreese of Meade county The news of Mr Wrathers deathan Ii cwas received with extreme regret by tuhis many friends in Breckenridge and edt Meade counties He had been a mem Irk ber of the Baptist church since boy sl hood and was a man of tine Christian ofoharaoter He was liked by a largo ha acquaintance W The funeral was held yesterday af atiiiy city officiating assisted by HAV Irvingtonur1 The pall bearers were John Wimp Bate and Jesso Herndon Will Garde 0ner Thos By the J F Claycomb I Mr Mudd G 0 Bally The inter ment was at the old Washington = graveyard sffJ JAGUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES rudlngPliesOINTMENT falls to cure any case no matter of how long standing In a to U days Jlrst application gives ease and rest 50c If your druggist hasnt It send 50c in stamps and It will DO forwarded postpaid by Paris Medi cine Co St Louis M- oDurhams Statememt Hardinsburg Ky July 24 1005 o the Voters of Breckenridge County I have been a true Republican all I my life I have voted for a few riends on the Democratic ticket a thing of which I am not ashamed The Republican convention nominated me for coroner of Breckenridge county 4 at its meeting in Hardinsburg on Monday July 24 I desire my friends to know that a baser insult was never offered an honorable man in onr county The Republican party bastt had it in for me and a few other good men since the election four years ago After the nomination for coroner had been offered Charles Patterson au dC John M Butler in jest and had been refused wia disgust my name wasII placed before the convention It maybe thought that because I have spent a good part of my money working for the Republican party that I have lost my political integrity and that I can be led into a race with my inI fluence by the offering of an unsought small honor at best but a discredit as offered to me 1 never sought this nomination I do nut desire it and furtlTT I desire mt friends to know that present the 1Iinsult offered me A and my friendsEL Chnrles W DurhamL Fined For Whipping Boy Jas B Fisher was given 840 iin fines and costs in Magistrate Jen Din s court Saturday morning for hreftih of peace He was charged with whipping Norman Gregory a young I t son of Ed Gregory who swore out the warrant Mr Fisher plead guilty to th9 charge AersFalling Iiair means weak haircThen strengthen yqur hairtfeed it with the only hair food Ayers Hair Vigor It checks falling hair makes the hair Hair Vigor grow completely cures dan druff And It always restores color to gray hair all the rich dark color of early life 1- lIlr hair WM falllntj out badlr and Iwaa 1Ualrmade my hair alticould wishIttobeIt- XUECOA E ALLEN Elizabeth NJ too a bottle J 0 A TEn CO Alldrngaaaaawriitttltt PQIJewell Si- pesxllimA Heir A 1 CUTIGURA SOAP The Worlds Greatest Skin Soap The Worlds Sweetest Toilet Soap Sale Greater than the Worlds Product of Other Skin Soaps Sold Wherever Civilization Has Penetrated Millions of the worlds best people use Cuticura Soap assisted by Cuti cura Ointment the great skin cure for preserving purifying and beau tifying the skin for cleansing the scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and the stopping of falling hair for softening whitening and soothing red rough and sore hands for baby rashes itchiugs and chafings for annoying irritations or too free or offensive perspiration for ulcerative weaknesses and many sanative anti septic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women especially mothers as well as for all the pur poses of the toilet bath and nursery Cuticura Soap combines delicate emollient properties derived from Cuticura the great skin cure with the purest of cleansing ingredients and the most refreshing of flower odours No other medicated soap comparedwithbeautifying the skin scalp hair and hands No other foreign or domestic toilet soap however expensive is to be compared with it for nil the pur nurseryThusprice the most effective skin and com plexion soap and the purest and sweet est toilet bath and nursery soap Sold throughout the world Cuticura nerolrent SOc 00Olntment30cIoep2Sc ColumbuspreI paPScndfor FIFTH SUNDAY MEETING Of Baptists at Hardinsburg Last Week A Success Throughout Hardinsburg Ky Aug 1Spe- cialThe Fifth Sunday meeting f the Breckenridge Baptist Association convenes Friday last at 8 oclock in the atternoon at the Baptist church An allday service was conducted Saturday and the discussions were very helptul and were highly enjoyed by those present At noon the ladies of the church and town served the people to a de lightful dmnerin the courthouse yard The meeting closed Saturday after noonOn Sunday morning Rev Hutson of Tennessee preachedat the Baptist church to a large congregation and the Male Qua rtette of Cloverport rendered two pleasing selections The ser and the musio was very much enjoyed On Sunday evening the Rev D F Stmckett preached a tine sermon and the service was attended by a large number He also preached Friday evening The meeting was a success through out and the music as rendered by th choir was excellent and appreciate- by everyone HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 YEARS Mho old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You Tfnow what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine in a tasteless form No cure no pay 50- cEggs For Missionary Work Mrs Waller Wilson of McQaady contributed more for missionary work for the past six months to the Breokenridge Association of Baptists at the Fifth Sunday meeting waioh at Hardinsburg Sunday than other individual or church that is a member of the Association The amount contributed was 715 which was the proceeds from eggs lain by Mrs Wallers hens on Sundays during the time Peaches Wanted Am prepared to take largo quantities of peaches pears and apples State quantities and kinds and when ready market Address J Ed Guenther Owens Ky Meeting at West View Hardinsburg Ky Aug 1Spec- ia1 =The Rdv WH Calvert s conducting a protracted meeting at West View I r CHAS PATE FISHERMAN KILLS WM THOMAS AGED STONE MASON BY KICKING HIM IN THESTOMACH W U Thomas an aged stone mason whose home is at Cannelton was Killed by Chas M Pate a fisherman Monday morning at the rook quarry about two miles west of this city Pate and his wife became involved in an altercation with Thomas and Pate kicked Thomas in the bowels A blood vessel was ruptured and Thomas died four minutes after he received the kick Pate fled when Thomas expired and his wife and children came to this city It is gen orally believed that he ccmmitted the act in sudden anger and did not intend to kill Thomas Thomas occupied one room of a saall shanty at the quarry and Pate and his family the other room with a petition between One story is that tho trouble between Thomas and the Pates arose over the possession of Thomas room and another is that it was started by Pates children Monday morning Mrs Pate was in Thomas room abusing him just before he was Hilled it is said When she got up she found a bundle of switches at her door and went into Thomas room to accuse him it is supposed of having put them there Ed Boling the only eyewitness to the killing except Pate and his wife heard Mrs Prate abusing Thomas left his house and went to Pates shanty a tew yards distant When he looked in he saw Pate kicking Thomas in the bowels with his knee Thomas was sitting in a chair putting on his shoes it is said and Pate had his arms around his neck and was pulling him down as he kicked him Thomas got up and walked out the door when he foil and expired Pate it seems entered Thomas room shortly after his wife and in sudden passion gave the old man the blow with his knee that caused his death Holing says that he did not hear Thomas say anything rough to Pate or his wife and it appeared that the latter were the aggressors There is no probability that Pate intended that the kink ho gave Thomas should kill him for ho would have used a weapon of some kind and made sure of his work if he had wished to murder him Several days ago it Is said Pates children went into Thomas room and LOCAL BRIEFS 7An agent of the Seven Hills Chan tauqua at Owonsboro attracted a crowd ot perhaps two hundred people Saturday night by showing largo pic tares advertising the Chautauqua on tint eastern wall of the Masonic Tem ple They were not moving pictures but most of them wero in colors and seemed to wake a hit Ed Gregory and Thos Morrison have finished papering the four large rooms of the pntrlio school This week they will paper the Baptist church Jamie LaHeist of New Albany who has resigned his position in a comeeLadHeist in his tinning business Master Celeston UConnoll son of Mr and Mrs Jno OConnel fell last week from a pile of boxes and out himself badly about the head Born July 81 to the wits of Wm Preston a fine boy Mrs Jeff Hawkins of Tobinsport called Monday and renewed her sub soription Mrs Hawkins iib loosing well and enjoying good health and for one of her age sixtyfwo is well preserved The cannery has been in operation some recently but will not have a steady run until next weep There will be communion service Jat the Presbyterian church next Sunday as well as the usual services Charles Robert Satterfield celebrated his ninth birthday Saturday from 2 to 0 Oat ofdoor games music and do lightlul refreshments afforded a pleas ant afternoon for his little frjende A cow was hit twice bythe engine disturbed his belongings He was away and when he came bacK ho put a lock on tua door leading from his room into Pates part of tIll shanty This angered Mrs Pate and she abused Thomas at the time for it so one story goes When she found the switches as she claims her anger was increased The shanty belonged to the rook quarry company but Pate had never paid rent for it Thomas took up his abode in the shanty with Pates permission a short time ago From one sonroo it is learned that Pate and his wife wanted pos session of the room after they had given it up to Thomas and they are supposed to have abused the old man for this also The inquest was held about 12 oclock Monday by Coroner Fuqna of Hancock county the affair having occurred about a mile from the Breck enridge county line Mr Fuqua was accompanied from Hawesville by Sheriff E G Bannon of Hancock county and Dr Jones of Hawesville The verdict was that Thomas came to his death by being kicked by Pate Dr Jones made an examination and expressed the opinion that a ruptured blood vessel the result of the kick delivered by Pate had caused the death of Thomas The evidence given in tne inquest brought out part of the facts as already narrated The others were learned from another source Tlionas body was taken by land to Cannnlton for burial Monday after noon Pate Is generally known about hero as a worthless fellow He supports his family in a miserable manner by fishing at odd times Last winter while living hero he allowed his family to become absolutely destitute and left them temporarily in that condition He is about thirtytwo years of age- Thomas had an interest it is under stood in the operation of the rook quarry He was between sixty and seventy years of age and in very pour health For years he has been a stone mason and lived at Cannelton where he leaves a family Ho was a Mason and well Known here Pate was still at large yesterday at ternoon of freight train No 05 Sunday afternoon at the Elm street crossing The feoond time the animal was hurled from the track by the cow catcher but walked away uninjured Prettiest Church in Diocese Under the head of Congregational Notes in Mondays CourierJournal- is the tollowing Father Gabe of Hardinsburg has the piettiest Catholic church in the Louisville diocese He is enlarging his school faculty To Give Away 2500 Packages Hardtnsturg Kv Aug lSpec- ml A gentleman representing the Arm Hammer brand of soda will be at the big Masonic picnic Satur day August 5 and give away a 500 packages of soda- Seriously III in Pittsburgh Mattingly KyAng 1Specie News has been received hero that Charles B Pate formerly of this place but nowf Pittsburgh Penn was seriously ill with but little chance of recovery Warfield Miller not Married The report in these columns several weeks ago that Warfield Miller had been married was an error The News was imposed upon by a correspondent Church Being Remodeled Hardinsbnrg Ky Aug 1Spe cialThe work of remodeling the M E church was commenced last week Hook do Beard are the contrac tors Waller Wilson of McQnady came to town Monday with a lot of work for the foundry He was much pleas ed with the promptness with which the foundry turned out his worth and said it saved him a lot ot time and expense The foundry is a great con venience to mill men and machine men and eaves them a lot of time and money ADDITIONAL LOCAL Misses Marian Bowmer Margaret and Elizabeth Skillman will go to Dawson Springs this week for a two weeks stay THE RICH m Geo Peruna Is the for the Poor A Hughes assumes different phases seasons of the year In the early summer systemic catarrh Is most prevalent That tired wornout fooling In nine cases out of ten is duo to a catarrhal condition of the mucous membranes as n Mr Geo A Hughes Mass Ave Ind writes has me more good than I have ever taken I am years old now feel as good as I did at twenty I was very thin run down but Peruna acted Just right In my case 1 am a and need a tonic Is the medicine for II poor man Hughes Vv A Uses Peruna In Ills Family Hon Thos J Henderson Member of Congress from Illinois and Lieutenant In the Union Army for eight years writes the Lemon buildIng Wash ington DO as follows Peruna has been used In my family with the best results and I take In recommending your valua ble remedy to my friends a tonic and an effective cure for catarrh Thos J Foruna cleanses the mucous mem branes and ourea tho catarrh wherever located Ed Mansfield of was here Thursday visiting Miss Olivia Fallon and guest Miss Annie Martin of Martindale John M Sash of Daviess county formerly ot this county has been here this week visiting his nephew M F Popham Mrs It N Hudson andt Virginia returned Saturday from Beach Va where they had for several weeks Miss Elnora Lewis of Addison and guest Miss P attic Doll of Louisville were the guests of Miss Mamie DeHaven the latter part of last week AND THE POO NEED PERUNA AKughes Medicine ManiGoo CATARRH t Suffer With Catarrh and Know It The Phase of Catarrh Most I Prevalent in Summer is a Run Worn Out Condition Known Systemic Catarrh n 808 Indianapolis Peruna done anything fortyfive and and carpenter sometimes Peruna Oeo A Congressman from very pleasure as Henderson Louisville daughter Virginia been Many Dont Down I justItutor A reward of 10000 has been deposited in tho Market Exchange Bank Colum bus Ohio as a guarantee that the above testimonials are genuine that we hold in onr possession authentic letters certi fying to the same During many years advertising we have never used In part or In whole a single spurious testi monialAddress Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio All correspondence hold strictly confidential Mr and Mrs A M Heston and son of Hardinsburg wera the guests of Mrs Bostons mother Mrs Saw yer part of last week Harry Weatherholt and Harvey Stone were guests at a house party Saturday anti Sunday at the Burk homestead near Addison J D Rayn will gO to Louisville I this week to undergo an examination He will bo accompanied by his daughter Mrs Chas Hall Mr and Mrs Thos Blaine and Mr and Mrs Chas Maysey and Miss Helen Maysey of Stephensoort were here part of last week the guests of relatives tIMNW 125 ROUND TRIP r T- OLOUISVILLE VIA TII- EHENDERSON lROUTE Sunday August 6 Trains Leave CLOVERPORT AT 507 A M AND 952 A M Returning Leave LOUISVILLE 455 P M AND 9001 M For fun information ask the agent I 7- II y 4 v R Tyi f E The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY July 20 too IRVINGTON J K Bramlotte was in Hardinsbnrg 1 last Saturday on business ejf Dr L B Moroman wa ipcr vine for a few days l J Mrs Sim Parin field to seq racist issue of the Graph Wtrfluide the statement that there was almost a certainty that the proposed road from Madisonvillo to Clovorport was Ia go Since that time wo have talked with those who have the matter under advise mont and we feel more certain than over that tho road will 1be built The matter has passed bayou tho uncertainty and it iis probable that it will bo but a short time until actual work will begin on iits construction That the road will bo of great benefit to both Madi sonville and tho whole country there can be no doubt It only makes the town that much more important gives us another outlet t and also an inlet There perhaps no ono who feels a deeper interest in this matter than do we Railroads are developers of any country Never in the way no trouble to carry easyto tako pleasant and never fail1 ing in results are DeWitts littl Early Risers These famous little p11 are a certain guarantee against headI aohe biliousness torpid liver and all of the ills resnliug from constipationu They tonic and strengthen the live Sold by All Druggists In Trance 109 Days New YorkCharles CanepiI the 6yearoldson of Joseph Canopi Jr a Yonkers contractor who has lain in a trancelike stup for 109 daysis apparently awake- ing 1l from his long sleep Mrs Canedi the boys mother sal yesterday the childs temperature was normal and that he breathe- more easily and seemed to digest his food better When he was stricken Charles weighed 68 pounds Today li weight WitS 29 In the early stages of his illness he was fed artificially but now he takes food through the mouth and seems t swallow it mechanically The a tending physician believes nature will work its own course and that the boy will eventually re cover It Iws not yet boon de termine I hctlnM tho supor 2 Thousands of Women ARE MADE WELL AND STRONG Success or Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Rests Upon the Fact that ItI Really Does Make Sick Women Well Thousands upon thousands of American woincu have been restored to Vegetable IIfnmereboostOvershadowing indeed is the success of this great medicine and compared with it all other medicines mud trent experimentsWhy Vegec table Compound accomplished its widespread i results for good I Why has it lived and thrived an Iiof done its glorious work for a quarter ot- a century Simply and surely because of its sterling worth The reason no other ledIicine has even approached its success is plainly and positively because there is no other medicine in the world so good for womens ills The wonderful power of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound ovc the diseases of womankind is not because It is a stimulant not because it ii- a palliative but simply because it i the most wonderful tonic and recon structor ever discovered to act direct y upon the uterine system positivel- euiiixo disease and displacements an I1 vigorMarvelous fro all parts of the country by women who mare been cured trained nurses whoi have wituessed cures and physicians who have recognized the virtue in Lydia E Pinlchams Vegetable Corn- pound and are fair enough to givei physiciansdaredI I i t of them would acknowledge that they constantly prescribe Lydia E Pink barns Vegetable Compound in severeI cases of female ills as they know by experience that it will effect a cure Women who are troubled with painfull or irregular menstruation backache bloating or flatulence leucorrhoea ialliug inflammation or ulceration of the uterus ovarian troubles that41 bcaring down feeling dizziness prostration mediate action to ward off time serious consequences and be restored to health- and strength by taking Lydia E Pink 1 1the1 hams Vegetable Compound Anyway t write to Mrs Plnkham Lynn Mass- 10r advice Its free and always helpful f 1 I s i iViq a y t18th d W tho headl DISFIGURljury affliction WITHEg iig from death of the baby Un Si Ueo A Eyler Cumberland Md He writes At the age of 11i months our little girl was in declin tug heiiltb with serious Tnroatt Trouble and two physicians gave he wheisn wo try Discovery for Consumption Coughs nail Colds The first bottle gave relief after taking four bottles she was cured and is now in perfect health f Never fails to relieve and taro a cough or cold At Short Haynes drug store OOc and X100 guaranteed Trial bottle free titan as Old as ills Brain makdo use of the greatest number of new ideas is the youngest according to John H Patterson President of theI National Cash Register Company sIi yearDlragoof I around the world and declares he isi younger than he has been for years In addressing his employes at the opening of Welfare Halla buildingI erected for their benefitMr Patter son said ISI feel younger today than some ofE you because I estimate a mans youthI I in proportion to the amount ol ideasI is ho can grace and apply A man to be young must hava modern ideas He must grasp ideas and things that are born today I once asked a man how old he was He said 500 yearsI 0old I replied You dont look it IsWell sometimes I feel like It hoI said You see I have traveled a great deal and have seen five hundred times wore that the average man rWe live by experience not by years Our minds travel We gain ideas by transportation publicity and verifi cation three of the greatest things in the world You know whet the firs two are nail by verification I mean square dealing truthfulness and honesty It is the man who can grasp numberoyoungnoat dThey Appeal to Our Sympathies The bilious and dyspeptic are con symdpatlues however who may not be brought back to health and happiness by the I use of Chamberlains Stomach invigors ate the stomach and liver and strengthen the digestion They also regulate the bowels For sale by Short Haynes IdlingtSouthern Farm Magazine Chief of Police J J Reagan of Lexington Kvt hoe issued na order that all Idlers in the town whites or blacks shall be arrested and if lacy themhselves they will 1m sot to work for the city There tins Iwon iomjiliiint in Lexington and nearby towns of inabil ity to secure help in the fields and in the homes although nanny negroes were idling about But the order was the immediate result of the failure of a couple of farmers who had olltred 1 50 a day to ton negroes loafing at u street corner to seethe their services The loaftre acre laicediati ly aimted mid given the chance of being locked up or going to the country to work Chief Rcagiin holds very properly that iv lot of standing rewhen negroM aro seen at street corners loafing during the day one is likely to hear of bar claries at night as idlers oust JiveI and if they do not work they must beg or steal or live upon some others begcing or stealing If other chiefs police or similar officers in the South would take such a positive stand against idling and vagrancy the nr goat cry for labor would bo greatly di minished Foreign Circus Performers Although the circus is an institution- r peculiarly and typically American over 00 per cent of toe circus performs I ors and specialists are foreigners Mrs Bailey culls attention to this in his prospectus stating that in Europe sharpdattempt things andrnwhich no American would think of j undertaking in order to tit themselves I for the trapeze or the ring of some American circus where they are oertt tain of u good salaryAugust Cen I I tnryfi New Depot to Cost 200000I Just two weeks after the destruction t of the Louisville Nashville station ut Tenth and Broadway the work of reconstruction will begin next Monday morning and will be completed by next December 1 at a Host of almost 200000 Thursdays Louisville Post Operator at Jrvil12toncJon Fallon ot tIns city has taKen position of day at 1ton1 the tall He has for some time been operator for the work train 9 rI 1 u TOBACCO REPORT 1iSmaller Acreage for Kentucky ThanI Was Indicated Washington A final report on tobacco acreage and condition has beer issued by the Department of Agricnl tare the report having beer I made up as the result of the discovery and correction of three errbrs in tho computations for the report of June 1005 The preliminary report on tobac co acreage was based solely on infer ination received from a corps of spo cial tobacco correspondents Information received from a corpsI of special tobacco correspondents locat ed in the tobacco growing states as made no and published showed a large increase in the acreage over that of the preceding year in the burley district of Kentucky Indiana Ohio West Virginia and in the regie or dork district of Kentucky and Tennessee The corrected figures tor those dis tricts show 9 much smaller acreage than that indicated in the preliminary report which is baaed on tho returns from the regular and county and township correspondents of the Bureau of Satisfies The figures of this finalI report are in strict conformity to the information given by the bureau cor respondentsUnnecessary Expense Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea come on wihout warning and prompt relief must be obtained There is no necessity of incurring the expenseof a physicians service in such cases if Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is at hand A dose of this remedy will relieve the patient before a doctor could arrive It has never been known to fail even ic the most severe and dangerous cases and no family should be without it For sale by Short Haynes 5tWashington July w7It is definitely announced by the state department today for time first time the first meet- Ing of the Russian and Japanese peace plenipotentiaries will take place Sat urday August 5 aboard the May flower off Uyster Bay The president will entertain tho commissioners at luncheon instead or dinner as pre viously arranged TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Iluke LAXATIVE nitOMO QUININE Tab 1lets All druggists rotund the money If it Gills to taro E W Groves signature is on ouch box 5- cDeath of Moonshiner Phil Brown a Meeting Creek moon shiner who was nested by Deputy United States Marshals Cnndiff and Nichols about a month ago at Arc etts Station in Breckenridgo county and incarcerated in the Owonsboro jail died the latter part of last week with small pox Hi operated an illicit distillery about two miles of Meeting Crpek poatoilico Tho distillery was destroyed by revenue ollicers about two non hs ago but Brown was not cap tured until a month afterwards Elizabethtown Mirror ROMEDA FOR HAY FEVER After Trying Other Treatments Hy oriel Was Used with Perfect Suc cess Before the discovery of Hyotnoi the only advice a physician could giveI his hay fever patients was to go away from home but now anyone who is subject to this disease can if Byomoi is used stay at homo without fear of the annual attack of sneezing watery eyes and other discomforts J F Forbes a well known Western railroad man whoso home is at Mo Coon Nebraska writes I have never had any relief from any remedy for hay fever oven temporarily until I discovered the merits of Hyomei I always recommend it when occa sion requires There is no offensive or dangerous stomach dosing when Hyomei is used This reliable remedy for the cure of all diseases of the respiratory organs is breatned through a neat pocKOt inhaler that comes with every outfit so that the air taken into the throat and lungs is like that of the White Mountains or other health resorts wnre hay fever is unknown The font that Short Haynes aRreeJ to rotund the money to any hay fever sufferer who uses Hyomei without cess should inspire confidence in its power to effect u cure A corn plete outfit costs only 100 and extra bottles but 60 cents- Addition to Meat Shop Gard Agnew began work on an addition to his meat shop this week on Elm street The addition is on the southside of the shop and will bo occupied mainly by a largo meat refrigerator The refrigerator has been occupying the back part of tho shop and the addition is made to secure moro room Mayor Powells Latest Here is the latest product of Mayor Powell of Henderson the famous proclamation writer who has attracted wide LABOR spread attentionIAll hail Sovereign Queen ot Lobar Day The mesmeric mandate our de light is to obey Therefore with MondaynSeptember 4 1005 a day of rest and recreation in our domain To all good people a welcome is tendered sincere as the blush of u modest maid and pure as the smile of u beautiful babe Let Freedoms banner wave to the music of Yankee Doodle and Dixie Unchecked by the poetry of motion to those who enjoy such delightful whirlings Hear booming bombshells of burning eloquence bursting on the breeze See Senora bhanghigh the sword swallower In the dense foliage of the wild tanglea wood find the famous tleet footed fat famine Behold the prize baby tug atpretty witmuiy- clothes f and pull on tfgly daddys nos Lot whole carloads of innocent froli j and fun be dealt out to everybody Nut pernna or rocky mountain tea nor all1 the celery compounds and swift specifics iI mingled with u ton of soulstirr ing and stomachsoothing syrups can bring unto you such a thrill of joy the rejuvenating recollection of this colossal celebration Glory Hallelujah Rush to Henderson and get a glimpse of Heaven Labor laughs loudest II- a land of liberty Those who toil bes know how sweet Iit is to rest When the stttrry splendor of the night grows dim and the glorious sun of another day shall summon you to work and duty may you go forth refreshed and live a thousand years of happiness and success In testimony of these practil cal fictions and patriotic truths I do hero unto subscribe my official sine ture this 18th day of July 1005 J H Powell Mayor of the City of Henderson Ky Summer Dlarrliuea in Children During the hot weather of the sn mer months the first unnatural loose ness of a childs bowels should have immediate attention so as to check the disease before it becomes serious All that is necessMry is a few doss ot Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose of castor oil to cleanse the system Rev M O Stockland Pastor of the first M E Church Little Falls Minn writes We have used Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Liarrhoea Remedy for several years and find it a very valuable remedy especially for summer disorders in children Sold by Short Haynes Coffer Dam Careened The coffer around the largo bridge pier of the Texas railroad was careened by the rapidly rising river and the force of the heav current Under the personal sup envision of J G Brashear master of bridge crews worked all day Friday and Friday night as it was feared great damage would re suIt from the heavy pressure of the water Thus far crows are at work as usual and danger off further damage is no llonger feat ecl11est Point cor Elizabeth town News I Exposure to a sudden climatic change produces cold in the head and catarrh is apt to follow Provided with lilys i ream Balm yuu are armed ngainst Nasal Catarrh Price 50 cents at Drug gists or Ely Brothers 50 Warren Street New York will mail it Tne Balm cures without pain does not ir ritate or cause sneezing It spread itself over an irritated and angry surface relieving immediately the pain ful inflammation oleinsos and cures Cream Balm quiokljy cures the cold Popular in Hancock Mr Tom McGavocn of near Dune was in town last week attending on court Mr McGavock is ono of the most progressive tanners in the count and has a great many friends abou Ha wesville Hancock Clarion Wordie Graham Married Yard P Graham known here whore ho formerly resided as Wordie Graham was married last Thursday in Louisville to MissI Alma M Srowl of that city lIr Graham has a number of relatives here and in Louisville Subscribe for the News WINCHEjTER IJIrf I Leader and Repeater u = SMOKELESS POWDER SHELLSII Is Carefully inspected shells the best combinations tI of powder shot and wadding loaded by machines which give invariable l results are responsible for the superiority 1l of Winchester Leader and Repeater 1 1an Factory Loaded Smokeless Powder Shells in loading them rte There is no guesswork and penetra as Reliability velocity pattern scientific apparatus j Die tion are determined by and practical experiments Do you shoot He them If not why not They are wi eo YHE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOTwof In nu Japan to Ask Indemnity That Japan will demand tin in negotittawill be declared at an end at tho conclusion of the negotiations at Portsmouth N II this month is the belief of Baron Komura head delegationaswho is in this country as voiced by Ainmr Sato who is the oflicial spokesman for the Baron on this intertview said I am confident that peace oily 1 be successfully negotiated by appointed delegations The Jap anese will be guided by modera tion and no excessive demands will be made but tho sentiment in Japan and Russia is for peaceand in tho interests of humanity and propriety there must be peace The cost to Japan however has been very great On both 0000wRussia losing 370000 of theseTho war is costing Japan 1000000 a day and there is a feeling that there ought to be an indemnity Fiendish Suffering is often caused by sores ulcers and cancers that eat away your akin Wm Bedell of Flat Rock Mich says I have used Bucklene Arnica Salve for Ulcers Sores and Cancers It 1S the best healing dressing I ever found Soothes and heals cuts burns and scalds 25c at Short Haynes drug store guaranteed Bright Young Physician Regarding Dr Charles Light foot of Pnducuh a brother of Dr P L Lightfoot of this city theyHancock Clarion says Dr Charles Lightfoot of Paducah came to this city too days ago to visit his parents Dr and Mrs Liglytfootfoia few days and almost at once jumped into a practice that has ever since kept him here He has a number of patients who positively decline to allow him to return to his home in Paducah at least until they are restored to health and more are coming to him every day It is a fact that the young mans vacation has been occupied with hard work and it is the hope of The Clarion that he will not only be successful among his friends at homo but wherever he may be for ho it an exceptionally bright young physii ciao and a courteous gentlemen of quality The pills that act as a tonic and not as a drastic purge are DeWitts Little Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness Jaundice etc Early Risers are small and easy to take and easy to act Sold by All Druggistst The lien An elated Kansan says of tho Kansas hen The hens of this State have educated thousands upon thousands of boys and girls Tho university I at Lawrence and tho agricultural college at Manhattan are filled with students whose expenses arc paidI by what mother brings in her I apron from the henyard The t cure of tho cure new blood strengthens tho nerves tones up Stomach perfect If want BOON of HEALTH use LIQUOPEPSO Get bottle today will do you good than medicine you can buy sale by all leading druggists you fan to find your drug will bo sent by express prepaid upon receipt of tho regular price per bottle or 6 bottles for 500 Address 20TH CENTURY BROWNSVH1E TENNESSEE ha poultry products of this country fol have amounted to more than the ha total output of all the gold mines no that have ever been discoveredfir since the world began The bangto houses of this country yield bigger th viclends every year than all the gold mines in the world A Kansas alone they yield enoujl to pay all of the State and city taxes and leave a comfortnbloy balance The product last year w was 23 per cent more than was rl paid to school teachers and supco erintendents It was moro than L three times as much as was paid lie for school sites buildings furni Ot ture rentals repairs libmriesapIl paratus fuel lights and incidentof als The poultry yards cametl within 14 per cent of paying tho 1tr entire cost of education in Kansas last year Yes it is a big story 1IA Public is ArouseddThe public is aroused to a knowledge b of the curative merits of that b great medicinal tonic Electric Bitters t1 for sick stomach liver and kidneys Mary H Walters of 540 St Clair k Ave Columbus O writesoFor r several months I was given up to 1r die I had fever and agne my nerves were wrecked I could not sleep and my stomach was so weak from uslesslidoctors drugs that I could not eat Soon after beginning to take Electric W Bitters I obtained relief and iu a 1 short time I was entirely caredK drnrJstoreu Kentuckys Greatest Kentucky has produced the greatest President in Abraham Lincoln The greatest statesman in Henry Cloy Tho greatest editor Henry Wat tersonTho greatest actress in Mary Anderson I The greatest pioneer in Daniel BooneThe greatest territory acquired by George Rogers Clark The greatest Speaker in John G CarlisleThe In George D Prentice The greatest race horse Tenbrook Tho cnainpion prize tighter in Mar vin Hart The salve that heals without n scar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve No rem 1 edy effects such spetvy relief It draws out inflammation soothes cools and heals outs burns and bruises Aii sure cure for Piled and skin diseases DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits ythey are dangerous Sold by All Drug gists Best Ever Nominated Republicans generally over the county express themselves as being pleased with the ticket named at tie Republican Convention last woct Capt H Rowland probably voices the sentiment of many in the follow ing statement which he made last weekliThe attendance was the best I over saw at a Republican or a Dem ocratic convention and the ticket is the best ever nominated by either Re publicans or Democrats in the county jr Farmers to Use Union LabelV A Lawton Okla dispatch says Trades union principles and methods have been adopted by the farmers of Oklahoma and Indian Territory A toIpso Ii duets and issue working cards UQUOPEPSO THE MARVELOUS TONIC DELICIOUS AND NUTRITIOUS i positive guaranteed for Indigestion Constipation Inactive Liver Dyspepsia Biliousness Lou Appetite a complete euro for all Stomach and Bowel troubles Is tho greatest medicine known to modern times It is best because it effects a complete It makes tho to digestion you tho a it moro any For If it at ptore it you 100 THE CHEMICAL COMPANY di fc L T in paragrapher in all J A and It THE 20TH CENTURY LIVER PILL Is anuptodate pilL They make a clear head and a sound liver It is the only pill that wlllgive you satisfaction and perfect relief it will not gripe not make you sIck but reaches tho liverjust right They are tho best you can take and tho beet your money can buy Ono trial will convince you 1uponI giat can not supply you send to us at once I t r pl7 7 I ityr de rycaxtr n w + wi i The L Breckenridge News I1 WEDNESDAY August 2 1005 H DEEPEST PART OF OHIO AiMis Above Cloverport says Louisvl- lPaperSurvey Begins Soon I Tho CourierJournal said in part in 1 1an issue last week the following The work of surveying the Onlo river from Louldvillo to Cairo 111 onlrod by congress will be comI under the direction ot Captain 1a8 tinrgess district engineer I headquarters in Louisville as soon after August 1 as possible The wqrk will bo m the immediate charge engineeinr 11 hbonyI forty men Captain Harry Burgess l1 has borrowed from Col E H Ruff s ner of the Cincinnati district twoI l finely equipped houseboats or InIi government pnrlence qunrterbontsI to bo used by the force in making the surveys The job of surveying the river trom kfmisvillo to Cairo is no small under liking Tho work can be done onlyI v iTulwnt five months of the year It is estimated that it will tako twoi years in which to complete it The work of running the soundings fra I Cincinnati to Louisville which willI complete the survey to this point and to make the complete survey from Louisville to Cairo will have to be done within the appropriation of X50 000 The distance between Louisville and Cairo is 470 miles and the work of taking tho depth of the river bod in that distance is a tusk of no small moment The bed of the Ohio river from Louisville to Cairo is not nm TheItit wnnt is known as tho Narrows ionic distance above Cloverport TieJ gahallowtst point and which always fhas been a groat impediment to tbriush navigation on the river below ISktJl projnr is almost obliterated during lK water Th re is no way to maintain the i healthand strength of mind and body kxjept by nourishment There is no = way to nourish except through the uomach The etomaon must be kept lthv puro and sweet or the jngth will let down and disease i 11 set up No appetite loss of ength nervousness headache istipation bad breath sonr risings = ing indigestion dyspepsia and all nach troubles that are curable are cklv cured bv the use of Eodol ipepsia Cure Sold by All Drug ts Catching the Early Spiller ne must be an early riser If he ould photograph a spiders web for ie delicate fabric must be taken when- e dew Is yet on it so that the out nes will be In sharp relief The best access Is obtained when the webs re on pine trees and spiders seem to avor these trees because of the shel er they afford Look on the least ex osed side of the tree for your web or Instinct teaches the little creatures o make their homes where the strong Inds do not strike In taking the jlcturo the ens should bebrought very tear the web in order to make the threads as large as possible I have photographed a spiders web with a 4 by 5 camera and with a G by SMi Instrument having equally good suc cess in each case It is well to have a rubber focusing cloth and to keep It over the camera all the time for the person who hunts spiders webs early In the morning must be prepared for lampness Suburban Life The Term Greenhorn4 The term greenhorn originated In this way The pioneers of the west were much given to hunting deer It was afact knrn to early settlers that whom the horn of a fawn began to grot+ there was a ring of green hair aronnd the spot It was considered a disgraceful thing for a hunter to kill a fawn a cruel act and the killing time was regulated by the growth of the horn There was a sort of unwritten law that no ono should kill a male fawn before its horn could be seen A person who was so unthoughtful as to kill a deer under the proper ago was called a greenhorn He was so named because the young horn of the deer and the hair around it were still green Tho use of the appellation gradually spread until It was applied to all raw or Inexperienced youths or persons easily imposed upon a Poiiy and the Cook Mild There was a servant problem in the seventeenth century but It was solved 111 tt rough and ready fashion Pepys records on April 12 1007 that ho camo home saw my door and hatch open left so by Luce our cook maid which so vexed me that I did give her a kick In our entry and offered a blow at her Two days afterward Lords day Pepys writes this Took out my wife and the two Mercers and two of our lBati18 Barker and Jane and over the water to the Jamaica house where I River was before and there the girls did run for wagers over the bowling grei cad there with much pleasure gpent little tUMlsp home Luce witsnot- re but the other maids were treated a iliMNrt rii ettlte family Ya 111 A w 4 Li i MARIAN MARNES FASHION BUDGET Midsummer Jaunting FrocksTrigness the Key Ienote in Modern Smart Dressing The Evolution of the Hat By the time this letter is before you I will Providence permitting be on the ocean Unropeward in quest of the latest models in Parisian frocks and meantime I nave illustrated tor you in this letter tho latest and most practical of models in midsummer jaunting frocks suitable for land or water travel Mohair in a dtindsomo shade of dark blue is the fabric OIl which this chin gown is composed Strappings ot the mohair axe accentuated by ser oral rows of white stitchings Pritsily cravenetted this mohair coat and skirt worn over a pretty white tub waist with the style of sleeve immor tillzed by old daguerreotypes is Ideal tor the wear and tear of a simmer trip Cravciiotte s amped on the hank of tho cloth makes it possible for ono to taco tho elements on sill nhoard or on land with a consciousness that one whichmr u- u Sad story of Dr Briggs Memphis Tenn July d7Dr U W BriggF formerly a prominent minister of the Methodist church was arrested on a charge of larceny growing out of the taking of a pistol in these days of tine grooming and trigness is of paramount importance to her wno does not wish to be sing led out as dowdy Every woman today who desired to be considered one of Americas smart drlssersa reputation universally conceded to Miladi Amen caine must have the trig appearance from h ad to foot ot either being taken cara of bv a maid 01 which is more general possess the infinite capacity for taking pains which amounts to genius in dressing Trignoss That is the keynote I The sm art boot the carefully ad justed shirt waist over n oerfcotly modeled corset such an the C B a la Spirito absolutely wrinkleles nnder garments stockings that appaor to bo an integral part of the human anatomyall are essential in modern smart dressing From head to foot How impor tant is the I hat to the completion of a perfect whole in trig dressing Time was when the hat was merely ahead Covering Then came tho days wheL the woman who had twoone for general wear and one for church wear with nor one silk frock was considered a welldrewed woman Today a hat for every gown and a gown for overy occasion is the rule rather than the exception ZT Hummel tailored in the perfect ore ation in n hat worn with the mohair traveling frock I have illustrated for you on my pretty steamer girl It is of son felt green draptd in white and while generally known AS an outing hat can 1lye worn anywhere a tailored gown is appropriate Another Hnimnel model which shows the trend of Winter advance styles is of loather colored telt damn tily trimmed in folds ot white silk MARIAN MAUNE trom the room of J K Adams of the James sanitatnum and selling it When arraigned the court held up the warrant and issued another charging lunacy and transferred both cases to Justice Kellys court Before proceeding with the lunacy case the charge larceny was withdrawn by the d1FF eating attorney Tho lunacy case then heard and Dr Briggs was chargedFor time Dr Briggs has been an inmate of a liquor and drug cure sanitarium ut Memphis He was without funds and was in a ver low state of health as well as bad mental condition Dr Briggs formerly was pastor of a Methodist church at Owensboro and was well Known throughout the Louis ville conference In tbe latter nine lies he delivered a number of lectures in Cloverport He was one of the greatest pulpit orators of the South There Wns never any cloubt that ho was a sincere Christian gentleman but in early life he seamed to have developed a passion at times uncon trollable for liquor and morphine and this ranged his downfall More Errors in Report Washington July 2iIn the revised cotton report issued yesterday by the Department of Agriculture an error was committed in the second paragraph whichI made itappcar that the June estimate by MrIlydo was made low eethan the facts at handtvar ranted when in fact it was made higher S 1I hatteen1 READ TillS Sym nin Kv March 80 1003 Ur K W Hall at Louis Mo Dear Sir1 would like to become your agent for the wile of your medicine in this neighborhood lour Texas Wonder has saved the life ot one man whom two doctors had given up to die and there is none of your medi tine sold ne rer than fifteen miles of this place so I would ibe pleased to hear from you concerning the agency as soon as ponKible ED DRAFFEN Syinonin Ky A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleot this Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all removeSjgmnJsions WeAk and lame backs rheu matism and all Irregularities of the j iddneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail 011 receipt offl One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 020 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists PUBLIC 1 SALE Wednesday Aug 9 05 I will offer all the personal property belonging to the estate of the late Chas Tinius at the well known Chas Tinius homestead also known as the Mt Joseph Vineyard and Orchard Faring situated four miles east of Cloverport and one mile from the Ohio river viz ooi Horses Mules Cattle Sheep best bred Ewes in the county Cider land Vinegar Machinery of all kinds One Hydraulic Cider Press and power com bined brannew several barrels of Vinegar Bees and Bee Hives of all kinds One Honey Extractor Farming Implements of all kinds Household anda Kitchen Furniture Terms Made Known Day of Sale Mrs Chas Tinius D W HENRY Auctioneer x 4 IHALCS VEGETABLE SICILIAN 1Always restores color to gray hair all the dark rich color It used to have The hair stops falling grows long and heavy and allII dandruff disappears An elegant dressing umlSSffaftSttiPM 4 P POLKA DOT CANS ONEGMLONOFEXCffR 1lnIOth PURE RAW II y 1 HOUSE PAINT lAI EDO L MAKES T1tff11IImportantt I Memorandum A i1u pbvIa r MMrIII nls JlgMI 1000000 oo 1 a100w1 an TI ppNr IW l a Wl fl rl nn ti il rt iu d iNma p4 l hb l00- in Ps 1010 separatelyWeis noi going to IItt very lung Ol course it may look wtjl in the begmntng but in the end what Were here in butineti in seav and when we recommend Kinloch Punt we certainly rnui be positive ot in itaymg qualities too We can give you tome ml md mutton on punting When you ire ready to buy come anda us jhuui i itlni06il a I HOUSE PAINT 5c will apply you at the Mme irot with frc hpurt Butted oil t R S BANDY Irvington Ky KINLOCH PAINT COMPANY u t f frltf 7 l1j1l CONSIDER COLORADOasj PORTLAND FAIRIt is the break in the journey where you may unspan so to speak pull off your coat climb the mountains whip the trout streams or if preferable do a little pliers loafing When two so great attractions one artificial the other natural lie thus in the same direction its a mistake to let pass the opportunity to ijthem specially if it be remem bered that one fare coy h TWINTRAINS TRAINSTO TEXAS ilairRenewer ffErf21NT For information write General1 Agent Frisco I L 110nfI L t Extremely Low Ra til ANNOUNCED VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Extremely low rates are announced via the Southern Railway from Louis ville for the following special occasions- S 2925 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Coland return August 11 12 and lt account Fraternal Order of Eagles 5 2300 Denver Colorado Springs aul Pueblo Col and return August 20 to Sept 2 insclusive account National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic- S 1585 Athens Ga and return July 18 and lr account Athens Summer School- S 665 Chattanooga Tenn and return Sept 10 17 and 18 account Regimental Reunion Ann ver sary Hattie of Chickamauga S 6150 Portland Ore anti return daily up to and including Sept 30 ac count Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition- S 7250 Portland Ore and return going or returning via San Francisco and Los Angeles frequent dates during July August and Sept account Lewis and Clark Centen nial Exposition- S 6650 San Francisco or Los Angeles Cal and August 0 to 14 inclusive 5 7250 San Francisco Los Angeles or San Diego Cal and return free quent dates during July August and September Chap Homeseekers tickets round- trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Oklahoma Texas North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points July 4 and 18 Aug 1 and 13 Sept 5 and 19 Corre spondingly low rates from other South ern Stations For information folders schedules etc address A R COOK C P T A 234 Fourth Are Louisville Ky C II IIUNGERFORD 234 Fourth Ave Loulsvlle Ky G R ALLEN A G P A St Louis Mo W HJAYLOE G P A Washington D C Oil MIIIwte GouliGtir FIM 0YNNSCsM a d ON I r Full information crr reccst GEOALEEOPA Ii I I kG1iPI D PA little Ruck Ark Cincinnati O J11 Psw HOM UPHE TO THERE The Meteor through to Fort Worth leaves St Louis 230 p m daily r The Texas Limited through to Dallas Houston Galveston and San Antonia leaves St Louis 821 p m daily Observation Cars Fred Harvey Meals further Passenger A Territory Railway additional zr SETTLERS RATES TO POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Via Cotton Belt Route On first and third Tuesdays of eachmonth round trip tickets will be sold to pointy in South east Missouri Arkansas Louisi ana and Texas at rate of one t fare plus 2 Stopovers allowed on the going trip 21 days in which to return Cotton Belt Route trains leave St Louis morning and evening making connection with all lines and carry sleepers chair cars and parlor cafe cars Write in for literature describ ing tho cheay lands along the Cot ton Belt Route for maps time table and information about rates etc LOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton Celt Route Cincinnati O TELEPHONES AND SWITCHBOARDSALSO Large Stock of Eleo trio Light Street Railway and Telephone Supplies Con stantly on hand SEND FOR CATALOGUEI JAS CLARK Jr 1 CO 313 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY I F 4 A THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V Q BABBAQE 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 Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2 1905 STOP MY PAPER Mr R F Mattingly of Mook this county sends us a dollar j saying This will pay my subscription to date Stop your paper as I do not want another issue You can look to your Republican friends j for subscriptions We will stop the paper that is gently lift Mr Mattinglys name from our list and the paper will go right along as it has for thirty years The editor will also prusue the even tenor of his way and go right along asking Republicans Democrats Independents and all classes rich or poor high or low to subscribe for the News1re have never in the history of the News made a partisan appeal for support and we do not intend to do it at this late date We do appeal though to all rightminded rightthinking fairminded men and women who believe in the Golded Rule and the square deal to help us And we believe further that when a man or woman pays a dollar for a years subscription that we give him or her value received just as much so as when they pay a dollar for 17 pounds of sugar or for two bushels of potatoes And we have just as much faith in the value of that years subscription to the man and it is just as necessary to his life and well being as any other commodity in the land This country can no more get along without the county newspaper that is a good one like the News than it can without schools churches or banks We are printing the News for a living and take just as much pride in our work as any man does in running II- a farm a bank or a store And for these reasons we think we have a as much right to our views on questions of public policyand vote and support men for public oflices who we believe to be fair and honest as any other citizen And believing in these rights we accord thejj same privilege to all other American citizens whether they think orf vote as we door not Wo are not supporting the ticket named by theff Republicans because it is a Republican ticket We are supporting itS because we believe the men on it are fair men just men sober men and if elected to the offices to which they aspire they will give theI county a clean honest and economical administration dealing out I justice to oho aikl all regardless of how a mun votestt We understand that Mr Mattingly is a black smith and runs a shop at look just like we run a print shop at Cloverport We pre sume that Mr Mattingly has both Democrats and Republicans for his patrons Now how would Mr Mattingly like for his Republican I customers to draw the line on him und say Look to your Dem ocratic friends for support We draw the line on any man who dont I vote as we do Its a poor rule that wont work both wnysIH t And theres Mr Wade Pile a merchant at lIookr are told that Mr Mattingly is running the shop for him Mr Pile is a Dem ocrat and like the rest of us is dependent on both Democrats and Republicans for trade in his store Let Mr Pile apply the same rule to Ihis business Now that Charlie Durham has flew the track for coroner we suggest to the Republicans to let the nomination go The Democrats have a good clean man on their ticket for that office and why not let him have a clear field There is not a nicer man in Breckenridge county than Lee Bishop He has been coroner for four years and made a good efficient officer He is honest clean and sober and not of ashamed of his oflice and why not give all voters who believe in honest conscientious effort who believe in character as a standard for oflice as well as for any other position of trust a chance to vote for him We dont believe Lee Bishop would try to ruin any man because he differs with him on politics = A good rule to work by is to put yourself in the other fel lows place Politicians never observe this rule Their rule is to put the other fellow out and do it quick This meeting of the press was one of the best and most enjoyable meetings the boys have had in years The social features were new novel and entertaining while the business meetings and the Round Table talks were helpful and instructive Crab Orchard Springs is an ideal placebeautiful grounds large buildings splendid water t and just the place to take a day or two off for pleasure and recreation J B Willis the manager ably assisted by his good wife are just plain good everyday people who know how to make you feelat ease and at home They give you good oldfashioned country cook ing string beans and fried corn seasoned with old fashioned country bqcon the only way beans and corn are fit to eat And their fried chicken was good enough for kings and queens and the wonder to us was how they managed to get enough cooked to satisfy a lot of hungry newspaper men and women Preparing meals for three or four hun dred people is no little job But Mrs Willis was the power behind the throne She w as out bright and early in the morning with her sleeves rolled up looking after the cooks and seeing that everything CatarrhIs constitutional disease It originates In a scrofulous condition of the blood and depends on that condition It often causes headache and dizziness Impairs the taste smell and bearing af fects the vocal organs disturbs the stomach It Is always radically and permanently cured by the blood purifying alterative and tonic action of Hoods Sarsaparilla This great medicine has wrought the most wonderful cures of all diseases depending on scrofula or the scpfulous habit iloous FILLS are tho Peat cHuaiuc i I d BEWLEYVILLE Miss Ruth Kincheloe is visiting Miss Kathleen WalKer 2 Miss Lacy Clarkson is visiting her unule Thos Clarkson Fletcher Blanford was called to Athertonville Monday =Mrs Kate Jordan was very m couple ofdays last week = Will Smith threshed for nine farm ThursdayElisha threshing machine to Big Spring Saturday I u was conducted in order and on time By the way Mrs Willis maid en name was DeJernette and she told the writer that all the people by that name in Breckenridge county were related to her She said she would like to hear from them all and get in touch with them The town of Crab Orchard is small not more than 300 people in it but there are four pikes running out of the town and the citizens keep them in repair for a mite each way The pikes are about the onlyI thing of which they have to boast The land seems to be poor and broken and not near so good as our Breckonridge county lands They raise corn wheat and cattle anda little tobacco They have fine horses and mules and raise a good many sheop The more wo get out and the more we see of other sections of the country the more impressedare we that in Breckonridge county our people ore just as well off just as prosperous and just as happy and good looking as other people All we need in Breckenridge county is a system of goodroads And the sooner we get after them and build them th o better off we will be No county can prosper which has bad roads t contend with We passed through Lebanon the home of our own Proctor Knott We inquired about him They say ho is just as genial and jovial as he ever was and his mind is bright and active and he enjoys meeting his old friends Ho isseen on the streets every day going to and the post office There is no man whom Breckenridge county people are prouder of and have a kinder feeling for than J Proctor Knott If the stumps and cross roads in this county could speak what a story they could tell of his campaigns Those wore good old Democratic times Charlie Meacham is an old veteran in the newspaper business an- is editor of the Hopkinsville Kentuckian He says Dr Milton Board is making a fine superintendent and is running things at the asylum all right and giving general satisfaction Col Tim Needam the great temperance man is now editor of the Williamstown Courier His name and work for the temperance cause is familiar to many of tho News readers Ho was in attendance at the Press Convention and a mighty lively young man for his age Our first impressions of temperance work we got from this man Wo didnt heed them to any very great extent but they had thoir effective all the same Wallace Gruello and Tim Needam were coworkers in the cause of temperance and there wits not a stronger or more effect worker in this cause than Wallace Gruelle Some of the best work was done while he was editor of this paper away back in the 80s Mr Needam is not now making a special feature of the temperance cause in his paper He is still a temperance man and sticks to his pledge ho says but it is a side line devoting his efforts to making good clean weekly paper It is very important when a subscriber wants his paper changed from one postofiice to another that he give his former address as well the one to which he wants the paper to go For instance John Smith desires his address changed from Cloverport to Louisville he should say change my address from Cloverport to 1919 Brook street Louisville The reason why this is important it saves time to the who has charge of the mailing list It is impossible for him to keep tab on every mans postoffice and to look over a list of two or three thousand names It takes hi time and that costs money And another reason is it insures to tho subscriber a prompt change and saves him from missing any copies of his paper Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm soothes and heals the diseased membrane It cun9 catarrh and drives away a cold In the head nntcklv Cream Balm li placed Into the nostrils spreads over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief Is immediate and cure follows Ills not drying does not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents at Drug gists or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS 66 Warren Street New Yo- rkANNOUNCEMENTS FOR JAILER WE are authorized to unnounco W TIIall Kockvale for the office of Jailer of Brcckenrlage county subject to the utlon the Republican party Miss Lydia Jordan visited Mr and Mrs Dolphns Jordan last week Mrs Bottle Belt spent last week the guest ot Mrs John Compt- onIRVINGTONS T New Drug Store We have a handsome soda fountain and draw all the new soft drinks Best ice cream the Union Ice Co makes and the purest and best flavoring and crushed fruits is what we use Nut frappe and everything to be had at a soda fountain Also complete and pure line of drugs chemicals patent and proprietary medicines and toilets Everything the very best quality andcheaper than any other place in the countyLYONS DEMPSTER Irvington Ky W G Hardaway of West Point out his foot very badly Saturday Miss Florence Cain has returned to her work at Norton Infirmary Louis yule John Dent son of S R Dent of Louisville is a guest of Mrs D C Heron Mrs Robert Triplett had a baby girl to come to stay with her Friday July 27 G E bury and D 0 Heron ship ped A carload of cattle to Louisville Saturday Mr and Mrs G A Foote spent Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs Zack Stitb OASTOBBears theThe Kind You Mara Always Bought Blgnatnrt y Itf1of moverlookdisposed to the fccl = that the interests of the bank and those of the people are closely bound together They can not by any means be suc cessfully separated The ladies and the young people are especially welcome Any and all bus iness entrusted to us will receive our careful and prompt attention i INSURED ADA I N 8 T1 LOSS BY FIRE AND 11BURGLARYHIGHEST RATE OF INTEREST l PAID ON TIME DE POSmBank of Cloverport m Cloverport Ky a cZ dE c e A ICEo ICE IICEr flt I tt t t I The Cloverport Water Light and Ice Company are now making ice = It is good solid and cold madefromT= distilled spring water and is the opurest and best ice on the market = We solicit your trade Special rates on carload lots Write or phone usTfor price hi mals MgradCloverport Water Light and Ice Coii1 Cloverport Kyditi Thus J Jolly and Dr Moorman Hardaway will spend this week at Sample and Union Star Dr W A Walker wife and child ren have been visiting his parents Dr and Mrs J M Walker Mr and Mrs Ernest Hardaway and son Earl spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Thos P Hardaway Several young men from this neigh borhood went to Big Spring Saturday night to the ice cream supper The public school here will begin next Monday Miss Bevie Cain prin cipal and Miss Ina McCoy assistant Misses Katie Hardaway and May Jordon went to the picnic at Hudson villa Saturday and staid to mane a visit to relatives Golden Rod An excursion picnic party of about 120 will come hero from Owensboro next Sunday on a new boat recently built by Rounds Bros of that oity oABTORXABears the y Tto Kind You Hare Always Bought ignatnre t 1Ifnf HARDINSBURG U F Beard went to Louisville Monday evening =Walter B Oelze of Cloverport was in the city Monday Coburn Richardson of Guston was in town the first of the week Tom Mercer of McDaniels was in the city Monday on a business trip Mrs W G Haswell is visiting Mr and Mrs Louis Fox at Stephensport Judge Miller has had the courthouse fence painted Lee Bishop did the workMiss Sallie Withers of Kirk was the guest of Miss Judith DeJernette SundayMiss Sallie Robertson of Glendeane was the guest of Miss Rosa Loa Ditto SundayLeslie Walker was in Owensboro several days ot lost week on a busi ness trip Mrs Percy M Beard and children returned home Thursday from a visit to friends at Tell City The Rev D F Hhacklett and wife of Guston were the guests of Mrs Lou Smith last week Andrew Driskell and Pile wartt examined last week for a state cer tifkato to teach school W J Hall of Rookvale candtdatSfor jailer was in town Monday ehakIing hands with the voters lMisses Alice and Margaret Hake have returned home from a visit tSMr and Mrs F P Payne at Clover r port MfeHsrs John P Haswell MarcherL Kincheloe Morris Eskridge and John B Stith attended services at West View Sunday ft Mrs W C Moorman and Miaf Georgia Robertson of Glendeanojj were the gnests of Mr and Mrs Uo V Robertson Sunday- NENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tick to South and Southeast first and th Tuesdays each month at reduced rat Homeseekers Excursions to all poi to which homeseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to Califo and the Northwest March 1 to May and Sept 15 to Oct 31 IgOS Niagara Falls ExcurslonsAug317- On above dates tickets to Niag Falls and return will be sold at 12 tcr round trip good returning 12 di from date of sale Niagara Falls Excursions July 2 Aug 3 Aug 17 Aug 24 On above dates rate of 1270 f round trip Cloverport to Niaga Falls ana return eood to return twelv days from date of sale will be made Masonic Celebration Hardinsburf August 1905 Cloverport to HardlnsburK and return o Aug 5 100 round trip tickets to be sold o train leaving Clovcrport 507 a m good r turning leaving Hurdlnsburg 430 p m sam dayChautauqua Owensboro Aug 21 1905 Cloverport to Owensboro and return Aug 1 to 16 Inclusive good returning Aug 17 1160 Also on Aug 1 to 16 Inclusive ROOC returning three days from date of sale bu not later than Aug 17 In any case 114 fround trip- Atlantic City Excursions Aug 3 Aug 10Aug 17 4 Return 12 days from dale of sale Sin round trip from Cloverport ExcursionsJulyGood to return 15 days from date of sale I from Clovorport V V Y1yyyyy- OGDEN COLLEGE FOR BOYSABOWLING GREEN KY WELL ENDOWED LITERARY COURSES MANUAL TRAINING Prepares Boys for Higher Colleges and Un- iversitIes Professional and Technical Schools Ysuccess40 FREE SCHOLARSHIPS Board in best families For catalog and particulars apply to Wm A ObenchaJn A M President fj Southern Normal School Bowlii 9lr1illL e acrL CreiH Business Colligi a R Tll12raDhvSuatalu YLCataloluMENTION COUMVC WANTED WHEN YOU WRITC Address H H CHERRY Presldsnt Dowlln Green Ky r To Cure a Cold in One Day TDays 11ITake Laxative Bromo Quimne Tablets A IN 4 oa w ry SevMIIIo 000el soW iw put la JaOIItIa ThiI sipatun c YWi bz SC- ff i Advice to the Ailed tmt Age alughewalar wl TORPID LI- VERotts t Pills organsatlmuJatl asleIMPARTING VIGOR LlVEItTHI The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY August 2 1005 Dr Koene August 28 W L McCrauKen was at McQuady ThursdayQuart tin cans 40 cts doz Pop ham Bros Mrs Wm Mullen has been visiting at Hawesville Quart tin cans for canning 40c doz OConnell Co Mr and Mrs T S Nichols spent Sunday at Hawesville Everybody asks for our lOo enameled ire Babbage Son Mrs Chas Hall was in Louisville last Wednesday shopping Misses Rosa Agnew and Verla Wen delkeii were at Stephensport Sunday Great bargains on our lOo counter in china and glass wareOConnell Co Miss Nora Haffy is hero from Vie r torsn the guest of Mr and Mrs Jno trOConnellMiss A Louise Babbage returned t Sunday from a visit to Mrs D W k Fairleigh in Louisville I Mrs Henry Wendelken went toe Nashville Tenn Saturday to spend several months for her healthf to r FranklinJf d J ate Mothers Ear A WORD IH MOTHMHB A1t WHIM THSiJTHATTMIlSCOTTS EMULSION BUPMJBa THf mXTKA BTIffMOTH AND wouftvHMffwr SO MfcmaBAKY FOR MOTHERANDCHILDSend for free sample SCOTT Be BOWNE ChemUU 407415 Pearl Street New York 5ocindfioo i ali druggists Jesse Bohler was at WebsterlSunday Allen Pierce was in Louisville ThursdayDr at Dr Lightfoots office August 28 Best white rubber rings 5 cents doz Popham Bros Miss Grace Plank is visiting Mrs Cowherd in Louisville We are offering our 10 cent lawns a 5c per yard Bahbage Son Tennent shoes for ladies gents andI children at 75c to 8GOOConnell 1I CoMrs Marion Ryan of Louisville has oeen visiting relatives hero the past week The benches offered for sale by school board make good lawn seats Price 50 cents R R Williams wife and mother of Evansville came up yesterday and went to Tar Springs Miss Mamie DeHaven has returned from H visit to her brother Dr Fred DeHaven in Louisville Miss Mary Wirgman returned Sun day to Louisville after a weeks visit to Miss Nell Gregory Mesdames W H Bowmer G W Short and R E Moorman have been the guests of Mrs Wm Minor at HoltMiss Jane Lightfoot has returned from a visit to her grandparents Dr and Mrs Fester Lightfoot at Hawes villeMrs Jas Brown and daughter Miss Jessie of Louisville have been visiting Mrs J L Moorman the past weoKSchool benches for sale Will make good lawn seats Price 50 cents See S H McCrackon chairman school boardMisses Lucy DeJernette and Laura May Jolly of Mcquady were the guests of Mies Florence Lewis part of the past week Mrs Gns Gibson and Mrs Chas Hamman were the Quests of Mrs Sallie Bennettat Stephensport part of last week Miss Blondena and Evelina Ball will return Thursday to their home at Andyville Meade county after a visit to their sister Mrs Geo Jordan a wuaf Lynnland College is one of the oldest and best schools to be found It is log oated strictly in the country Private R R Station Recommended by highest authority and patronized br best people Rates moderate Dont fail to send for catalogue before decid ing where to send your daughter W El1m 1 4 I I I IIIDENTISTS I mi9be In Dr LIhttoots olllce one i1 toton wishing 1 tlstry rJ litWill be Here August 28 7Mrs Layton B Perkins went to Louisville yesterday Porcelainlined top for Mason frui jars Sots dozPopham Bros Ladies 2Uo hose now lOc Only a tew at the priceBabbage Son Mrs Fannie Lishen went to Owens boro Tuesday to attend tho Chautau qua I Miss Vergie Daniels is visiting her aunt Mrs Robert Goer at Owens born Go to OConnell Co for latest styles in general dry goods and best chances Miss Irene Miller came over from Hartford Thursday to visit her uncle G W Short Misses Mabel and Carrie Holmes of Evansville were the guests of rela tives Sunday Miss Margaret Moorman left Saturday for Mt Sterling to visit her aunt Mrs Geo Chick Mrs Fred Hawkins was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Nat Tucker one day last week Miss Isabelle Clark of Owensboro is the guest of Mr and Mrs Wood Weatherholt at Tobinsport Miss Lucile LaNeave left Thursday for Franklin Tenn to visit her mother Mrs Ella LiNoave Dr R P Keene the Owensboro dentist will be at Dr Lightfoots office on August 28 for one weeK Dr Keene will be at Dr Lightfoots office to do all kinds of firstclass den tistry on August 28 for one week Annie Mabel and Addison Kramer have returned from a three weeks visit to their grandfather at Casey vllleMessrs James Dyer and William Bowmer of Louisville were the guests of Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer dung dayWill Brnner who has bad a position at the Henderson Route shops returned last week to his home at Cham I 41t i I Witst J 53l 5S 55 3 J3H3 3J 5S53f S Advertisements Inserted under this head at one cent a word per week FOR SALEFARM GardnerqI WANTED sound draft horse about 16 Aidgh Apply Cloverport Ico Plant UrFOR SALETRAP AND HARNESS pOK PALE A fourseated Columbus trap condition FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machinest StreetLouisvilleFOR SALETUITION CERTIFICATE SALFTultlon Certificate In Bryant Strattons Business college Louisville For price and particulars writs The Bruck- onrldge News Cloverport Ky upPophamBuy a bench from the school board Good for lawn seat Mrs Lillie Adams and children went to Owensboro yesterday- H DeH Moorman and T J Moore of Hardinsborg were here Monday Masons quart fruit jars 55 eta doz onehalf gal 75 cts Popham Bros Miss Olivia Fallon went to Martin dale Sunday to visit the Misses Mar tinMrs Orfila DeHaven has been visit ting Gen and Mrs A J Gross at HoltMiss Drew Gregory went to Yel vln ton yesterday to visit Mrs Lucy TempleThos Heifner and daughter Miss Inez of Skillroan worn here Satur I day shipping Wallace Weatherholt of Tobinsport went to Cincinnati yesterday to spend a week J E Keith was at Hardinsbnrg the latter part of last week attending the Fifth Sunday meeting of Bap tists I Mrs D C Benton and four child ren of Louisville are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs O B Mat tinglyA school that IsII homelike healthful up to date in equipment teaching force etc is the only place to entrust with the life and training of your precious girls Lynnland is just such an ideal place and the rates are moderate By all means send for our catalogue before you place your childWB Gwynn Pres Glendale I MEET ME AT NOLTES I Its Always a Pleasure TO ATTEND THE CLOVERPORT MASONS BARBECUE THATS s ITS THEIR FOURTH OF COURSE YOURE GOING YOU KNOW sTHEY ALWAYS DO THINGS RIGHT THIS YEAR WILL BE BETTER THAN EVER MORE ATTRACTIONS MORE AMUSEMENTS Meantime youll want to be getting yourself ready PERHAPS YOU NEED SOME WEARING APPARELGET IT NOW LET US SUP PLY YOUR NECESSITIES WELL DO OUR BEST TO PLEASE Friday September 1st is Barbecue Day J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky W B Oelze Geo Wendelken and Mack Miller were at Btephensp ort SundayMr and Mrs E G Gregory and children of Fenley were here part ot last week TELL you about CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR and then we want you to try it and tell your nioghbors about it and they in turn will tell their friends Of course it will make business for us for we are euro you will become a regular customer but yon will thank us for it The fact isit is the best Hour made and we want everybody to know it and try it Ca 1GRANDVIEWmakes monthly trips to Louisville to till orders Customers are guaran teed satisfaction or money refunded Consult her before buying and get the benefit ot the city marKet Miss Eliza Tucker will go to Lou 1I avisitBll S UP AUG I Thats the day of all daysyou should not miss being on hand Therell be something doing then we feel it in our bones Dave Henry j says best location he ever offered for sale and theyll move too A lot a minute thats the limitScottys record wont compare in speed WATCH EM FLY I Ca r1r1- Will proudiioffer for sale in the Breckenridge Addition in the city of Cloverport 25 lots any of which you will be to own On account of their location and healthy surroundings makes it ideal to live Everyone likes to be pleasantly situated and this is therefore the time and place to invest Already we know of several investors I m and thus urge you not to delay in making up your mind you might just as well enjoy a good thing as the other yrfellowI t p u There is a tide in the affairs of men which taken at the flood leads on to fortune i Do yourself good and make the familys future happy I More and more comes rumors of the possibility of the new railroad from Madisonville via Fordsville being a sure go- p 11n v p t r 0 I Take time by the forelock and act accordingly 11y You purchase a clear title no mineral rights reserved if you strike oil gas or mineral of any kind it belongs to you You know the the place in the west end of Cloverport and close to the L H St L R R shops W Come out bring your friends and hear Dave Henry Youll enioy the time and place Refreshments on the t I gro- undsCloverport Real Estate and Improvement Co A Thursday Morning at 10 oclock August 10 05 Terms made known day of sate Last chance II 1jI Sf T q 0 I I 1 1 = rn ru r iI M 7 1 1 rf 0 1 y A I j The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY August 3 1005 BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY Crop And Stock Notes as Observed By R S 0 of Qlendenne Farmers Homo Journal Editor Farmers Home Journal Wheat threshing Is In progress withI wheat a very good yield and of good quality Some damage to wheat and oats on account of much rain Some farmers hive sold their wheat at 00 cents while many will hold for 1 or more and thoy will not have long to wait Brother farmers lets sow fewer acres and get more bnshols It will pay Corn never looked better and with a few more rains will mane a bumper crop Tobacco is growing nicely and those nice dry days give farmers a chance to plow and clean their tobacco which had got foul with grass and weeds Put fewer acres in tobacco make moro pounds to the acre and handle it more carefully and youll get more money and make it easier Apples are almost H full crop Some peach trees breaking down with fruit while other trots are not si fnll PlUS plums sad grapes a lull crop11DY tarries Good gardens M fur na I have observedStock of all kinds generally look well Of course some farmers stock are never oorpnlent even when feed is plentiful and pastures as at present- I find a neighbor who argued that bang cows and maltreated horses etc would appear against owners in judgment We may not all believe that way but sometimes I JVel that it would be just food hogs and sheep are scarce and high An average crop Of pigs Many horses and mates changed hands earlier in the season at good prices Oar roads are gradually being im proved and waste land being reclaimed tad all things being considered we save much for which to be thankful Lets read our farm papers and applrI the kuowehlge gained holding rut to the good and we need have no tear ax to the future of farming in KentuckyR GUnndeane Ky- Peculiar Disappearance J D Kunynn of Butler ville O laid the peculiar disappearance ot bis painful symptoms of indigestion and biliousness to Dr Kings New Life Pills He says They area perfect remedy for dizziness sour stomach headache constipation etc Guaran teed at Short tY Hpynes drug store price 2Cc Millions in Back Taxes Kentucky has tiled suit for f12000 000 back taxes on the Southern Pacific The suit has hung the for a long time Knecllnir Ilnrien In ancient times before the Invention of stirrups and luxurious saddles horses were taught to kneel to permit their riders to mount A beautiful Greek vase In one of the museums In St Petersburg shows a war horse of many centuries ago kneeling low be fore an amazon The riders In those days mounted from the off side III contradiction to the modern USURP Plutarch tells how In the first century of this era curtain effeminate Roman riders found even the horse block of too little assistance and had their horses trained to kncol to them A llnril One Fur fin in inn Charley who thinksay mnmmn rf were mnkof dust why dont WH ret muddy when we drink Puck Thousands Hfcve Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour haws a that tells It both sent free by mall sediment or settling indicates an condi tion of the kid neys If It stains your linen It Is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In the back Is also bladder orderWhat to Do There 1 Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRooteverywishthebackpartofInabilitytoit or bad effects following use of liquor unpleasantnecessity timesduringrealize effect It of SwampRoot Is soon wonderfulcasesIfsizesYou Iwonderful discovery unhealthy BvunpBootCo tion reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N y on every bottle t J ANTIQUITY OF BREAD THE STAFF OF LIFE AS PREPARED BY THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS Primitive Method of Crlmllng the Wheat niul Iluki UK the lionf The Dread of the AIIJIrlunFJu t Wutor Iower MlllM 111 Norway Bread was made of fairly respect able quality long before the advent of the days of Biblical chronology Syn chronous with the development and progress of grinding stones was the Improvement In the manner of making bread Meisskoiuer to whose delvliigs into subjects on race progress much present knowledge Is due discovered says the Flour Trade News an eight pound loaf of evenly crushed grain and well baked under conditions that mark Its manufacture us long before the ad vent of man as he Is today This loaf has the appearance of having been been baked before an open tire the mass of dough thrown on a lint stone before the open blaze and turned until each side had been subjected to the boat It Is hardly up to the standard of our present bread but the men of those days were not finical The ancient Egyptians were the pi ouocre In extensive grain growing and bread making Their grains were wheat barley and dourn and were much like the grains of todny The Egyptian were really the best farmers oi which wr have any coherent record They hurvostwl their wheat five months after It was put in the ground and bound it Into sheaves much like the hand bound sheaves of today Their thrashing was done by driving cattle over the granary floors The old style of grinding obtained with the Egyptians the women usu ally being required to perform tho work but they had discovered the power of fermented yeast cells us In several instances leavened bread has been found dating to this era It is also with the Egyptians that the pro tensional baker first springs into no tice in the world There is picture writing on several tombs that shows bake shops long before the time of the dynasty The story of Joseph con serving the abundance of the fat years for use during the seven lean years shows bow Important grain and broad stuffs were to latter day Egyptians Thanks to the art of the Assyrians and the enduring qualities of bronze we have retold to show bow this an cleat people prepared their bread Ap parently the Assyrians were a most abstemious people and little given to riotous feasting even in the celebra tion of victories for their armies On the bronze gates of Unlnwnt are found engravings depicting the warlike doings of Shalmunescr II who ruled and warred In the years from 800 B C to S25 B C One engraving shows the women of a tribe baking bread great piles of bread for the benefit of return ing victorious soldiers The Assyrians also knew how to raise grains their hydraulic machines and aqueducts snowing how they appreciated the value of Irrigation Bread figured prominently In the history and religion of the ancient Jews Their first cereals were only rye wheat and burley and they began their use by eating them raw after the fashion of primitive man This is the normal course of progress with all peoples that early become extensive grain caters The grain grew wild at first and was eaten by the naked sav age only as one of the leguminous plants that gave him a precarious sus tenance Gradually seeing the strength obtained by those who fed exclusively upon a grain diet man with his intel ligence Increasing begun to care for the patches where the desirable plants grew and from this it was not u far step to the careful cultivation of grain Each family of the Jews had a mill for Itself differing In this from its contemporaneous races where the grain was ground in u community mill So important was the millstone In tho economy of the Jewish home that Moses laid down the law No man shall take the nether or the upper mill stone to pledge for he taketh a mans life to pledge This the phrase lito pledge would indicate that the pawn shop was not unknown at even this early stage of the worlds career To come down to more recent days the old time residents of the Scandina vian countries in their time stood forth most prominently as grain users and bakers Women were principally in charge of the preparation of the grain and of the bakeries The grinding was done in mills run by horsepower wind or even by large dogs Sonic of the first water power mills known of were in Norway The bak ing here was usually done in ovens constructed and maintained by the towns and villages People with grain to be baked Into bread came to the bakeries where women received the same baked It and returned the bread to the owner with a tithe taken out for the baking Beaconiflelda Severest Crltl The grateful affection which Lord Beaconsfield entertained for his wife whom ho always esteemed as thlt founder of his fortunes is well known She was in the habit of traveling with him un almost all occasions A friend of the earl was dining with him when one of the party had no better taste or grace than to expostulate with Disraeli for always taking the countess with him Disraell fixed his eyes upon him very expressively and said I dont suppose you can understand I- tBI dont suppose you can understand Ittor no one could ever in the last anti wildest excursions of an insane Imagination suppose you to be guilty of gratitude On another occasion B aconsfleld described wife aethe Most severe et crtics but a perfect wife J 1 iJ l d J- tJeo e u in Prices are Good Terms are Better Machines the BesT You are assured of proper Instruction Supplies and Accessories Get a Singer Guarantee OLLIE RICnARDS Agent Cloverport Ky Minister Depicts Rockefeller As Being A Mighty Peril To Nation San Francisco lnlv 20The re markable sermon recently delivered from the pulpit by Rev Samuel Sic combe ot the First English Lutheran church of this city on the subject Roekefellerism vs Christian Busi ness Morals having for its text the Golden Rule nnd the commandment Thou Shnlt Not Steal has created a profound sensation and Dr Slo combe is in receipt of communications commending him tram all parts of this state Dr Slocombe ilnycd Rockefeller without menv denouncing him ns M thief and toioandrel of the blackest heartIt is difficult to conceive a mrre bitter denunciation of Rockefeller At the beginning Di SJooombt called him a h pccriU at the end a thief Thou shnlt not steal applies said Dr Slocombe as much to Standard Oil as to the smallest corner MARKET UpToDate Farming official organ of the American Society of says Enough farmers hold for the mini mum prices of the A S of E and they represent such a largo part of every staple crop that they are cer tain to get the price after the dumpers have marketed The world must have all of the crops not a part Hence it will pay the minlnum price when it cannot get its supplies at prices made by boards of trade This is clearly shown in the lastcorn crop To illustrate itwe cannot do better than to reprint a dispatch from Chicago July 5th date as follows For the tirst time in twenty years or more stocks of contract corn in public elevators in Chicago have been practi cally cleaned out Time large elevators of the Armour Grain Company which seldom are emptied have not had a bushel of corn for two weeks Last Saturday only 107000 bushels of the 137000 bushels ot call grades of corn were in public houses of which 107 000 bushels were contract Of this Oa 000 bushels were withdrawn in the first two days leaving only 42000 bushels being out of condition so that the elevator operator bought them in to his interest THIS LEFT ONLY 24000 BUSHELS HEREConsidering the size of the crop last BIG 6 IN grocery applies equally to Rockofoll eriHin and to the meanest kind of a sneak thief No it is not from above but from below that Rockefeller sin has gained its inspiration iHeJ depleted Rocketollerism as a mighty peril to the nation and then saidThe thing on exhibition is not a meek and noble man of whom the world is not worthy doing a groat and good work which his own generation con not appreciate but for which a grateful posterity will build him monuments The thing on exhibition is conscienceless unblushing corporate greed preying neon the common wRAIth stealing swindling ouUing crushing corrupting morals dtbauuhiug public institutions ignoring or defyiog public law and order and then expecting the sanctions of religion And the complicity of good wen i u return for a share of tile plun der now TO TO GET A GOOD PRICE Equity protcet killing year there is a phenomenally light supply at terminal points In the visi ble supply there is less than 3000UOO bushels Farmers are getting CO cents for corn at Illinois points and some MississippiRiverately good prices and are not selling freely The farmer for the present is the dictator of grain values and is holding back for good prices Note particularly the last sentence The larmer for the present is the dictator of grain values and is holding back for good prices Compare this admission with the cry or derision that went up all over the land a little more than two years ago when we promulgated the new doctrine of Controlled Marketing and declared that farmers could be factors in shaping values of their crops We cannot imagine any person so dense as not to be able to read time hand writing on the wall We can hardly believe that any farmer will be so dead to his own interests as to refuse to join in this movement that makes it possible for him to gain everything with no possibility of losing Controlled marketing is all power ful Study the planits simple Join the army of cooperating farmers without delay KENTUCKYS STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON September 1825 BIG DAYS PREMIUMS X75000 6 IN PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions The Famous DVSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further IrvformiUlon Address GEO A GAIN Secretary Lexington Ky N 41J 4t IAN OIL STOVE Has transformed the kitchen into a cool pleasant place where the cooking ii- is done quickly and qasily at a small expense Strike a match turn a valve and your stove is ready for cooking Come in and let us show you how it works McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky I Hardware Stoves Etc 1Iwn n DR MOFFETTS ItTEETHING FOWflERS EASY costs Only 25c Druggists or 25c to C J MOFFETT MI Dy St Louis Mo Hesitate no longer but save tho health and life ot Your child as thousands have done giving these powders Is easily given and quickly counteracts and over Jomes the effects the summers heat teething chlldren fn n n WAS UNGRATEFUL NEPHEW Phil Noble Robs John Henry Uncle With Whom He Made Home Phil Noble a fiftoenyear old boy who has been making bis home with- his uncle John Henry an employe a the Henderson Route shops stole n watch nnd a pair of pants from tho latter last Thursday Ho caught a westbound freight train the same day but was arrested when he reach ed Hawesvillo He gave up what he had stolen and he was released A fervnnt at the home of Air and Mrs Henry saw young Noble commit the theft but did not notify Mrs Henry about it until he had left the house At the Henderson Route ht causit a freight train The train crew wns notified of the theft and had Noble arrested and the stolen property recovered whets the train arrived at Haweavillo Besides the watch and the pair o pants valued at twentvhve dollars Noble stole several pnotographs Mr and Mrs Henry reside in the West End Young Noble is a nephew of Henry Mr Henry was not at home when the property was stolen For sunburn tetter and all skin and scalp diseases DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has no equal It is a cccrtain cure for blind bleeding itcning and protruding piles It will draw tne fire out of a burn and heal without leav ing u scar Boils old soreecarbnncles etu are quickly cured by the use of the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Accept no substitute as they are often dangerous and uncertain Sold by All Druggists Tennis Court in School Yard A tennis court laid off last week in tho public school yard by a number of young men for the use of themselves and their friends is proving an attractive spot tor those who enjoy the game Advertising on Envelopes i Cloverport Lodge No 183 F AIM are advertising their baroecne on September 1 on the backs of envelopes used by local firms It will be the fourth annual Masonic barbecne and is advertised as tno greatest yet After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol ie a thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Weak Heart Sour Risings Bad Breath and all Stomach troubles Sold by All Druggists LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET GOI- NCOHlOHATED r j Fast Mail Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans yule- Steamers i Tarascon Tell City Leave roulsvllle Monday Wednes I 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 ship ments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCEDII Cloverport to Louisville 1175 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 54160158 4th st Louisville Ky C Y WILLIAMS 6 Ft and P A SEOH WILSON Sept + Cures Cholera Infanfum Diarrhoea Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles of Children of Arty Age Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strength ens the Child and MAKES TEETHING at mail Mother by TEETHING of upon shops Mrs and OAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I Your Watch E 53 Repaired E 5 and Guaranteed EtE 3 E 3Itwe dont do us wo say wo will mOlleyI I We here firstiliiss rand guar 4 nntocd Roods hi watches clocks clinics harms rings o spectacles silverware etc at il i Prices You Cannot Duplicate Elsewhere 1We live here and everyUuciy knows us If our word Is nut Rood ont believe whut we say Our big sales rind 1m speakf = what pooplo believe 4 tftt= 3 TrC LEWIS SON JEWELERSj TTTTTTVTTTTTTTTVVTTTTWTY Sour StomachNo Jtress headache constipation bad bratlk general debility sour risings and catarrh tfthe stomach are all due to Indigestion KalaH cures Indigestion This new discovery Tepee senls the natural juices of digestion aa usr exist In a healthy stomach combined vita the greatest known tonic and reconstruct properties Kodol Dyspepsia Curs don Ml only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but tide treuIIby u 1 strengthening the mucous membraaaa Ualaf the stomach Mr S S Bill W lUrtntwood W Va aI t twlllbItodol nforKo4ol Digests What You satietttosenV Uthe w r Pr fWTMl ky I O DWITT A Ott MII Sold by allJoDruRglsts Ask for the 1905 Kodol AimIand 200 Year Calendar i 2 SUMMER EXCURSIOVIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL R Ra8h to California and Colorado- and to the Lewis nnd Clark Centennial Eiposiiion PORTLAND OREGON at special reduced rates Q- J J Homeseekors round trip and one way f colonist on the first and third Tuesdays l in each month to points in Mississippi and Louisiana I larliomeseei and third Tuesdays to points in cure rusIndiankansas Texas Etcfmt II a dlrlc Cheap Excursiontll V l Rates to Hot Springs been and mo f Ark via LYlemphscrIpbottIcine I ctheIllinoisl +romc CALIFORNIAkMnr clnnrExcursionBan Francisco via Now Orleans EvercaneTuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Konto every Wednes day from Chicago Full Peartlcxilara concerning all of the above can be had ot Home Agents or by addressing Vff DABLOW D P Ai Lou kY i f t a a L err rx l- rt gc 4 dwur y Y YCv nu r r iI i ie Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY August 2 1005 flow to Dose a Dog A dose of castor oil Is as disagreeable to the ailing dog as to the ailing lui titan being lIe kicks ngulnst Itnud does right when he Is grabbed by the back of the neck and with his laws yanked apart with a towel awaits the nasty dose This Is poured down his neck on the outside It Is usually fol lowed by a few more doses all of which go the same way whlth IIs the wrong way The jaws arc In a vise i i readyithus treating him shabbIy If they only were sensible enough to know how any dog from the meanest cur to the bluest blooded canine on earth was In the habit of taking his oil It would be different but they are all at sea on the subject nUll poor doggie IIs about dead when a friend utters Hump All chumps on dogs I see Pour tho stuff over the poor fellows pawsLo and behold The wise few who thought they knew all about dogs and dog things learned something to their credit when they saw how carefully Xowser licked his paws cleaned them and thus took his oil without fuss and Ikthe proper wayOutlng TIiiU Pn Inter The artist who had found Marshby full of palntnble places and friendly people was much attracted by one of r the young women of the village whom ho met at a social gathering He asked and was accorded permission to escort her home from a little party one evening and as the evening was mild and the moon was shining they IIn gored at her gate for a few minutes conversation Suddenly the stillness was broken by a hoarse shout which came from on open window of the little house Cast off that painter Cast oft that painter 1 The artist started as It he had been hot but the young woman gave him e t n reassuring smile and a becoming bushItsIts Just father dreaming she C Said softly Hes a retired sea cap aqlu and often talks In his sleep A Poor Mini of Mutton A poor man of mutton Is a term applied to a shoulder of mutton in Scotland after It has been served as a roast at dinner and appears as a broil ed bone at suppor or at the dinner next Way One of the former earls of B filarly known as Old Rag was sposed at a hotel in London in one morning the landlord came numerate the good things in his er and to prevail on his guest to something his lordship replied udlord I think I could eat a morsel i poor man This together with extremely unprepossessing appear 0 of his lordships countenance Is 1 to have so terrified poor Boniface t he tied incontinently from the m and tumbled headlong down irs Nnniex of Gun nil Meiiofwnr In the olden days remarked a vet in sea captain the other day the stom obtained of giving names to guns on mien ofwar In the case of the United States igat Chesapeake the principal guns ire distinctive names as follows other Jonathan True Blue Yankee election Putnam Ilaglng Eagle JpiT General Warren Mud Anthony incriea Washington Liberty Fore Drcadiiaught Defiance Liberty or oath Gaited Tars Jumping Billy lattler Bulldog Spitfire Nancy Date Mi Revenge Bunkers Hill Pocahon s Towser Willful Murder Those imes were engraved on small squares 4 copper plate Washington Star Polo In Ancient Polo was played front the backs of orses In Persia during the tenth null I Shut your ayes open your mouth and see what luck will bringyou LMany a woman Is weak and sick ivous and discouraged She suffers Sim other Ills Rhn endatheSbawelLhbutaall she does Is tsliut her eyes and open her mouth for medicIne and trust to luck for results Shel doctors month after month often year after i ycarinthlssamo blind haphaz- ardI fashion and receives no per manont bandit Women take Dr Pierces Fa vorite Proscription with tholr eyes open to the fact that It cures womanly Ills Irregularityst heals Inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness There Is no trusting to luck by thoso who use Favorite Prescription- In tho year 1003 my health was poor writes Mrs J Hack of 242 Broadway But talo N Y I suffered from falling ofwomb a disagreeable discharge painful monthly periods headache backache and pains In r We limbs Every month was confined to bed tor two or three days Was weak nervous and hysterical life was a burden to myself i bandaeve Irritable ono In tho My husband got me four bottles of Dr Plerces Favorite Pre scrlntlon aid before I had taken the first bottle I was feeling some relief Tho medi cine mado me well and strong free from nerve toousnoss aches and pain and I felt lIko a new Woman Before I uscil the Favorite Preecription I had boon taking another pliyst chins medicine for nearly three months but n0 had received no benefit Your medicine is sir certainly tho best In tho world I A man or woman who neglects constipation suffers fromslowpoi BOning Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets euro constipation Ono little Pellet Is a gentle laxative and two a mild cathartic Dont ot a selfish seller ovcrporsuado you to accent a substitute for these Origi nal Little Liver Pills first put up V Pierce over 40 years RHuthut never equaled J c- wo CARDINAL GIBBONS UTTERANCES ON SOME OF THE PROBLEMS OF THE DAY Cardinal Gibbons in an interview in New York discussed some of the problems of tho day It is not the love of money It he declared but the money itself that is the root of all evil Some of his most striking utterances were The great trouble manor to this country is money The great offset to that evil is tho American inclination to spend it rapidly There is no doubt whatever that there are largo accumulations of mon ey in this country that are very much tainted However J have never had an opportunity yet of personally de ciding whether money was tainted or not Corporation corruption is a fixed evil that wo must reckon with just an long as the present condition of society exists in this country When ever there is an amalgamation or great capital or n largo collection of men interested in one moneymaking concern there is sure to bo corruption- It may not be good theology it may not be good ethics but it is oer tainly very good common sense and a very good moral element that the fear eleventh centuries At that time the Persians in a great contest Iran versus Turan found their match In the Turks greatly to the disgust of King Afra slab The Byzantine poet Nlzaml sung of polo In the twelfth century Then polo spread from Persia into central Asia India and Tibet In the sixteenth century when the great Emperor Ak bar patronized it In Japan the game is at least 1000 years old and Is still popular under the name of daklu or ball match They fought fuming Ifouaes One of the strangest businesses In ancient Homo Is mentioned by Juvenal in his Satires and we hear of It also from historians It consisted of buy Ing houses on fire The speculator hurried to the sceno attendod by slaves carrying bags of money and others carrying tools judged the chances of salvage and made a bid to the distracted house owners who were glad to accept anything as a rule The bargain struck In all haste this earl est of fire assurers set his slaves to work and secured what he could Sometimes even he put out the flames and so made a coup It was a bus ness for capitalists but the poorest who speculated in a small way could hardly lose If he had presence of mind enough to grasp the chances Thus Cato the elder and above all Crassus laid the foundations of their wealth The latter had a passion for such gambling He gradually collected a force of carpenters masons und such artificers slaves of course r which reached GOO men Not only did he buy houses on fire but also enlarging upon the common practice he made a bid for those adjoining which stood in danger Ills proposals were commonly wol come so helpless were the people and so great the peril By this means Cras sus became the greatest owner of house property In Home The Word Tram Residents of Great Britain call street curs trauma The term Is old Three I hundred and fifty years ago an Eng lishman left the following Item In lib will To the amendlngc of the high waye or tram from the weste ende of Brldge alt In Barnard castle 20 shillings This tram was n plank road Whether It was the ancestor of the tram of today or merely an etymological relation Is not quite clear The forefather of all the trams was u Scandinavian word meaning n log In time tram in Scotland came to mean a beam a cart shaft or the cart Itself and perhaps It Is to this rather than to the tram that was a plank In a log road that the modern sense traces Its origin At any rate etymologists af firm that the derivation train the name of Benjamin Outram who Improved rail tracks about 1800 Is absurd Queer Nays of the Toad Paternal affection is not perhaps the precise motion that wo should be dls posed to look for In the cold blooded frog but the Surinam toad appears to exhibit this praiseworthy attitude of mind toward his numerous progeny When his mato lays her eggs the solic itous father places them carefully upon her back where in due time their presence causes an irritation that produces numerous small holes into which the eggs forthwith drop In these cells which from natural pressure get to be hexagonal like honeycomb the young frogs are finally hatched and for a bit scramble about their mothers back hiding In their nurseries when danger threatens The Sea Anemone The sea anemone resembles in shape a morning glory Its mouth opens like tho cup of that flower anti above it are seen a number of tentacles waving in the water Its food consists of any thins It can get but generally it gets tho minute insects that float in the sea At any alarm it closes Its cup and is then hardly distinguishable from the rock on which it is rooted It has a set of sucker muscles that attach it so firmly to tho rock that IIt will sometimes be torn in pieces rather than let go i Quo Dirt Barred Can we keep birds inquired Mr f I 1 the dread of exposure in the public press k epa manya man Bticning clone to the path of rectitude who otherwise would stray off into the byways o personal graft Great wealth brings its privations and its sufferings Tho retribution that trails in the wake of money madness is the poverty of riches I can think of nothing more lonesome than a man with an immense fortune Tho late James U Blaine when he was secretary of state said tome once that a man in business would do an act which he would consider absoutely contemptible and wrong If he did it in his own personally A collection of men said Mr Bin i ne will permit a wrong which no one of these men individually would ever thin of doing That is undoubtedly true of the condition which has been exposed in this recent insurance scandal As I said before largo collections of money or associations of large numbers of men with money are sure to breed corruption Business morality is bound to drop to a low ebb but the more flagrant the corruption is tno surer its discovery Tounghusbana wuo was looking at the nat Well you can keep canaries and such birds as them replied the genial landlord but theres one bird barred from these apartments What bird Is that- StorkLouisville CourierJournal KILLING THE SEALS Alirnyii Dune In the Morning When tho Temperature IN Lowest John Scudder McLain In his Alaska thus describes the business of securing seal skins The killing Is always early In the morning when the temper ature Is lowest It was 5 oclock In the morning when we left the ship The killing season was practically over but the agents had arranged a drive for our benefit The seal lie along the rocky shores the bulls or beachmasters as they are called and the cows and their pups occupying the rocks nearest the water while tho bachelors the young unmated mates are forced to go farther up the beach As only the bachelors are killed for their skins this natural division fa cilitates the work of the drivers In making their selections Two or three drivers slip lit and cut out as the cowboys would say a bunch for the days killing They proceed to make a great noise by shouting slapping pieces of boatels together and beating on tin cans The seals are frightened and the squirming huddling truss Is gradually forced away front the rook eryNow here they come bleating like a flock of sheep ambling in their awkward fashion through the tall grass The younger males mind the few females which the drivers will not try to separate from tho herd until the kill Ing ground Is reached offer no resist once bini the two or throe old bulls show fight and rush at the drivers with surprising speed and agility wlun pressed too hard As they are driven to the killing grounds their gait Is a sort of canter as they raise themselves on their flippers and pull their heavy bodies up They repent this movement rapidly for a hundred yards and thou full panting and exhausted The meth od of killing adopted Inflicts less suf feeling onlll the victims than any other that could be devised but one who has witnessed the operation will not wish to see It again Those who do the killing are na tires who are expert at the business each armed with a stout clifb about five feet long and three inches thick at the heavy end They cut out twenty or thirty of the struggling creatures and striking each one on the head crush the soft thin skull Death Is in stantaneous As the club falls with a thud upon each graceful head those that have escaped the first crushing blows seem to become conscious of their Impending fate and their appeal ing eyes soft as those of a deer their plaintive cries and their ineffectual ef forts to escape would certainly stay the arm of any not schooled by years and generations to do this work The stranger to the scone is forced to turn away though ho must admit that not a throb of conscious pain follows tho descent of the heavy club A near and a Log am- A big log jam that on ono occasion blocked an Illinois river was broken In a peculiar manner A brown bear was noticed by one of the rlvermen prowling around tho skids and later was observed crawling over tho piled up timber Gradually bruin worked his way down to the key log and attacked It frantically Instantly the mass of logs broke Tho bear was crushed to pieces Later it was learn ed that the key log was filled with honey The Bright Side- I should think youd feel awfully sad over your quarrel with Mrs Scadds worth after all these years Yds I do Still theres one pleasant thing about It Her children are grow ing up and will soon begin to get mar ried Of course after what has hap pened Ill not have to give them any wedding presents Chicago Tribune v PROFESSIONAL CARDS LATHAM MEDICAL INSTITUTE ELIZABETHTOWN KY Chronic Diseases treated by Harmless Rational and Satisfying Methods Including Uotneoputhy Medical Electricity Ilydroth TherapySuggestionAmong tab Chronic Diseases treated IreNasal Catarrh Ear Mouth Throat Bronchial and Lung UUuasus Constipation Diarrhoea Ithoufsystem Asthma Diabetes eurasthenlllISlsuplessnuss Stammering St Paralysis Epilepsy Liver heart kidney and bladder discuses Dropsy Llmeness8erotulu Sequelae of acute diseases diseases of the skin and Membranes Ulcers diseases pe culiar to females etc Superlluous hair and facial blemishes re moved lhy Electrolysis Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary 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I DENTIST iJi Satisfaction guaranteed T FPatronizel your home dentist mI iIri1 1 f IK v Surprise Wedding Truman B Adams and Miss I1 a Wilson of this city were married in Louisville last Thursday The wedding i was a surprise to their friends i They were accompanied to Louisville i by Walter Barboo and Miss Carrie Gregory Tho bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs David Wilson The groom has a position as boiler maker at the Hen derson Route shops Mr and Mrs Adams will make their home here Send in your Subscription now Doing Foreign Advertising- The Cloverport Real Estate Im provementcompany is doing foreign as well as local all vertlping in an nouncing to the public the sale of this lots in BreckenrIdge Addition to the city of Clovorport on Thursday August 10 at 10 oclock The com pany has a halfpage ad in the Meade County Messenger last week for the purpose of attracting investors from that connty Has Robert Pierces Position Fred Friel Las the position at tho Henderson Route depot formerly held by Rob rt Piorce who went to Louisville to take a position as operator with the Western Telegraph company Sick headache results from a disord eyed condition of the stomach and is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Short Haynes False Tobacco Report Came Near Ruin For Growers Says Trimble WnsbicgtOD Jnly27 Congressnnn South Trimble of the Seventh Ken tucky District says that the Agricul tural Departments first tobacco report the one tnat was wrong came pretty near ruining tho growers in Western Kentucky and in Tennessee All of them were satisfied that the report would show a greatly de creased acreage he said and that the price of tobacco would go up Instead of that the report indicated an increase of 20 per cent and as a result most of tho growers sold at any price they could get the tobacco associations of Kentucky were antis tied that something was wrong and asked for an investigation The See Opens This Morning This morning at 11 oclock tho gates of the big Seven Rills Chautuu qua at Owensboro will swing open and with the meeting of the Chautau qua faculty at 11 oclock tho fourth annual assembly will be opened There is no longer a doubt that the crowds will be larger than ever before and it has been known for weeks that the program was one of the best ever arranged for any Chautauqua From Sam Jones on Sawciety in the afternoon of the first day to time Rev Father L J Vaughn on The Power of Love tho closing feature stretches one long list of superb talent Subscribe for the NKWS I retary of Agriculture issued a new report and it developed that instead of au iincreased acreage of 20 per cent thorn was just about that much of a decrease As most of our growers had sold out on the first report their feelings m y more easily be imagined than described I am glad to say Congressman Trimble added that Secretary Wil son will revise the method of oomph ing tobacco figures Hereafter a man with the exact tobacco situ ration In Kentucky North Carolina Virginia and Tennessee will have supervision of the work and he will name tho departments in the several tobacco States It Equity House Closes August 5 The Equity tobacco warehouse in this city will close for the sea son about Aug 5 The finance A committe met here and so decided 290000 pounds of pooledThei goodshapellancock CASTORIA1 For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the- Signature rof U un n ++ + + + + + i Bank of Hardinsburg iiOFFICfRS B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier 2 DIRECTORS Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson iiMorris against loss by fire or burglary 1 paid on time deposits u The Breckinridge BankiCloverport Ky Ca ptal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 W II BCAVMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGIITFOOT VFres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits u u oeIl It9First State dank IIIRVINGTON KY 7 I PreshlenlIo Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited iiInterest Paid on Time Deposits Nlttw9NttiAN6tlrfiM NUtMNiNNtii THE Fifth Avenue I HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr + familiar correspondents yesterday Tho most centrally located and only firstclass hotel in the city making a 1200 rate Only one block from tbo principal shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of tho city- Everything neat and dean t NN N N NNNN NNNNNNNNN N DAN BROOKS CO LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY + NN + N s 1J Sanfords Fine Inks 6 Mucilage In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc Subscribe for 15he NEWS 1 i It IOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX3OOOOOOO e tkkkrhtrt aaatxk t crratkrt i tf AAAAA A 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA O uwA AA4AAA arxxx txk t I GRAND MASONIC CELEBRATION h r- Picnic and Barbecue 1 i fiI HARDINSBURGJ III- ISaturday Aug 5i- N 4 200 IN PRIZES GIVEN AWAY 200 t 4lr t i MERRYGOROUND IE Efori YOUNG PEOPLE FROM THIS l 10 A MfJ iiRates and Special Trains on all Railroads See your R R Agent and time table below iiEdison KiiYetoscope 1 1 d l ii4 4+144 NSSS ilRIRI um N1AAAAU I I 1 The News August 2 1005 Miss Josie Ryan will teach at Kirk the ensuing term Gardiner Hook of Hardmsonrg is with his brother Ed Hook MISs Ella McGary ot the Jolly a guest of her cousin Miss Stollu Kuppert Uncle Philander Frank of Ball town Is plastering Cave Spring church It is almost completed Mis Ii1 Ryau 1m abjut reao ver ed trom typhoid fever and will begin school hero sometime in August Mr and Mrs Gabo Shrowsberry Of McQnady visited her parents Mr and Mrs J B Jackson recently Mrs L C Taut who has been an invalid some years is now under the treatment of Ur Owen of Ulovorport Rev C L Goff and family visited his daughter Mrs Will Mason last Saturday and attended the meeting at PiBgah Mr and Mrs Yarns Morton who moved to Florida last February have returned to their old home and areI visiting relatives Dr Sttndbacb of Jolly Station was called to see L C Tanl one day last week who was quite ill a few days but is up again Mrs Nora Board was in Louisville Monday on business Born to the wife of Tom Thomas Friday July 27 a girl H H Ksprner spent several days in Louisville last week G T Marshall left last week t visit relative at White Mills Dr L ii Moreman is at French Llok for a two weeks treatment- N B Nethorton and family moved hew Monday from Stephensport to live Miss Nannie McGehee Was at Long r Branch to see her relatives last week Miss Nellie Smi th left Wednesday- for Owensboro to attend the Chautan- qcm Rev E Graves is at home after a weeks visit to relatives at Owens Mattie Smith of Cnutur 1 6 the guest of Miss Tula Lockard for several days Mrs E H Miller of was the guest of Mrs J B lJlS s II Mrs Sam Bishott John Dent of L ltcbtleld arrived Sunday to spend a few days with Mr and Mrs D C Heron Mrs Reasor of Stithton came Sun day to visit ther parents Mr andII Mrs A B Coleman Mrs A P Burton has gone to Owensboro after a few days visit to Mr and Mrs E Graves- S R Payne left Thursday for an extended trip to Eddyville Murray and Benton on business Mrs Annie Herndon left last week for a lengthy visit to Mr and Mrs J M Tydings in Louisville Mr and Mrs George of Brandenburg spent Sunday the guestsI of Mr and Mrs John Frakes Miss Nona Holt of Alabama arrived Friday to be with liar cousin Miss Cecil Spradlin for some time Mrs J B Biggs and son owen left Saturday tor a weeks visit to her daughter at Slephensport Mrs Sallie Weathertord and nabI of Garfield were the guests of Mr and Mrs Pomp McCoy last week JB Herndon attended the fifth Sun day meeting of the Asso ciation of Baptists at Hardmsbnrg Mrs Will Foreman of Hardins bug came to be witn her daughter Mrs Thomas for a weeks visitMr and Mrs R K Pratt and Miss Enla Lee Stith of Louisville spent Sunday the guest of their sister Mrs Wr E Brown Mr and Mrs 1D Roger have re turned to their home in New Albany after a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs Davis Dowell Misses Lucile and Cun for a few nays the guests of Mrs Will Gardner Mrs L B Moreman and son Lous Bennett left Thursday for Branden burg to visit Mr and Mrs A W Moreman for an Indefinite stay Mrs Vatnce of Vinci Grove and Mrs W Celfof left Monday for their respective homes after a visit to their brother R A Wrather Mrs E H Miller visited her sister Mrs John Hook at Hardinsburg last we k Stanly Connor left a few days ago for Upper Alton Ill were he will BARBECUED DINNER tEverybody TWENTYFIVE CENTS GRAND PARADE OF MASONS ADJOINING COUNTIES AT OCLOCK The crowd ever in burg will be there 5 Pictures I Hound Trip Hate Hound Trip Rate West Point 100 75 100 90 Rock 100 100 85 105 75 Holt 110 65 100 50 110 65 80 One fare for the round trip from all sta tions on the The fast train on east in the will stop at to A train will leave at 945 a m on the of the train and at Har at 1030 The train will leave at 1055 a m at at 1159 Har at 431 p m with all main line w u n U tII likely stay for some time Mrs L E Barter and children of New Burmony Ind are at the Bennett House the Boosts of Mrs Brooks Mrs Ins Gibson and Chas Hamman of were the guests of Mm Sallie Bennett last A M of Bewley villa spent several days here last week his of den tistry Mis F C Ferry and son Miller of Louisville are here to spend the summer with her parents Mr an Mrs E H Miller Wm Pettit and daughter Mrs Pike Conn attended the funeral of the wife of his son Edward at Jeffer sonville Ind last week Mrs Godfrey Haswell and little daughter Georgia Mac of Harding bureare visiting her parents and Mrs Geo MoCubbins I R A Shellman and A L Stile have a new Star fraction drilling machine and will drill a well at the schoolhouse this week I There will be an ice cream supper at the schoolhouse I 3 C r I f IS day night 4 It will be given by the teacher ands pupils for the ben efit of the school Our public school begins next Mon day Miss Norris Kurtz visited at Lodi burg last week- J C Kurtz is on Lookout H O Keys and son Elbert went to last 111 of fever Mrs H H has from a visit to in Mrs G H of Kansas City Mo is her sister Mrs S P Parks Tom Payne of ville and Sam Payne ot Texas visited Jas Witt IilPreparations w INew of I AT BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS NEAROrrrrrrrr- rrrrrFrrrrkkrrrFrvnvvvvvvnvvvvmVYYVVYV uaueueusssQCQQQQQQQQQQdQQQOQQOQQcXD- 3e DEPOT i Anf euNNs Breckenridge WEDNESDAY TARFORK neighborhood IRVINGTON t boroMiss Stephensport WpdnesdayII Caeperke Breckenridge Saturday McConnell heroo Elizabqthtown For ALL AND largest assembled Hardins August and Novel Attractions Kinds p AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI WeAil4S1Ai1AitSAWAAAAililAilAitifieLi 0000C000000000000000000000 STEPHENSPORT REDUCED RATES Lodiburg Howard Sample Haven Stephensport Brandenburg Addison Ekron Cloverport Irvington Hawesville Webster Fordsville mainline morning Irvington discharge passengers special Irvington down arrive dinsburg regular Irvington arriving Hardinsburg Returning leave dinsburg connecting trains IJInfJJn danghtbrMrs Oloverport weekDr Hardaway practicing profession purchased Stephensport 1rl1 All Guston Branch going arrival I MrI August librar- yWEBSTER summering Mountain Cloverport Sunday fedseriously typhoid Hatfield returned relatives Louisville Woolfolk visiting Bewley last week The slid intelligence has just reached us of the death of Dick Wrather of IrvingtonMiss May Adkisson or Chicka sha Ind is visiting her cousin Miss Mollie Adkisson Misses Alice and Maggie Baker of Hardinsnnrg are the guests of Mrs Wm Kendall From two to three carloads of stock are shipped from here to Louis ville every week Wheat threshing is generally com peled the yield and quality of wheat generally satisfactory Miss Hattie B Stewart of Louisville lute been visiting her aunt Mrs H B Kurtz for several days Bona Robertson who has lived in Texas for the past two years is visit ing his father N B Robertson Drrrrrrrrrrr tkFrrrrrrrFrrra 0- jj Timer iX xXs GOOD TO LET US nAVE ORDER F- ORLUMBER iIIYOUR i i X YOUR HOUSE BARN OR r y STABLE PROBABLY NEEDS J REPAIRS WE HAVE mSOME ALL KINDS OF FRAMING AlA AND CAN SUPPLY p iTERIAL POPLAR OR WALNUT AT A MOMENTS NOTICEjj1I COME TO US I jSpecialj IISeaton Weatherholt II Cloverport Ky j aGirkkrtkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk Joe Robertson of Allen Tea joined his wife here last Saturday be the guests of N B Robertsonx1 = the summer iI George and Tom Lyddan are o biggest wheat raisers this year Tl former threshed out 1160 bushels tl latter 1600 bushels Oa1OBXA-D theThe Kind You Hate Always Berg Bl Y pn0IDr Keene to be Married The friends here of Dr R P Keene the well known Owonsbon dentist wno spends a woos of eacl month in Cloverport will learn will interest 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