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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1r w xI l I I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT I VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9 1905 8 Pages NO4 f SIX THOUSAND PEOPLE ATTEND it PICNIC AT THE COUNTY SEAT I Y i Crowd at Masonic Celebration Saturday Said e to Have Been The Largest in History of Hardinsburg Without Exceptio- niAS V GREAT SUCCESS IN EVERY RESPECT E Haidinsbnrg Ky Aug 8Spe- 3ctalFahy six thousand people at tended the big Masonic picnic here t Saturday A good many persons esti mated the crowd at 8000 but that is j probably too large a figure Judge Mercer and others said it was the tT largest number of people ever in Har dinsburg not even excepting the Centennial crowd of 1882 And it was an orderly crowd too not a fight nor an arrestvery creditable for the citizenship ot BrecKenridge county Only one accident occurred and it was not serious Clint Arms little boy was run over by a buggy but Dr Wm Milner who examined him said no bones were broken The train service was excellent and the Masons appreciate the courtesies extended them by the Henderson Route IiThe merrygo round seemed to be the chief attraction and probably a crowd of 1600 people stood around it all day long The mule race was the next greatest object of interest It was inn at 280 oclock in Taylor Beards largo meadow and the coarse was fully threequarters of a mile long There were eighteen entries John- S Alexander Jr of tiuras won the oraoo and was awarded the 1000 sad 4tile given hy John P Haswell Sr Sistes Hart of McDaniols was second in the race Charles Drnry of Bewley ville was the judge and 2500 people saw the mules run Ii In the nicest rig contest Vie Robertson carried off the prize a 500 lap robe also given by John 1r Haswell Sr Fred Hardwick of Louisville Rogers Pemberton of Elizabethtown ana Chas Draryot Bewleyville were the judges Mrs Percy M Beard won the 5 silk umbrella for famishing the best cake MrsHenry 13 Head of Rosetta Geo W Short of Cloverpnrt and Robt E Woods of Louisville de cided this- Miss Margaret Baker of Hardins burg was voted to be the most popu lar young lady on the grounds and she received a hunting case ladys gold watch given by T t Lewis Son Mrs Thomas Gregory of Garfield held the lucky number 240 which drew the rubber tire runabout given by B E Beard Ar Co Miss Betsy Moorman the little daughte of Hon D 0 Moorman was blinfolded and drew from the ballot box tne ticket The 16 iron bedstead also given by I B F Beard Co was drawn by Miss Alice Baker t The 210 gold piece was awarded to Mack Alexander of Mook who brought 144 people to the picnio grounds on ono wagon Hawkins HAIL STOIM GLENDEANE SUNDAY DAMAGED TOBACCO I EXTENT 15000 ItMBOvere hail storm swept the Glen deane section Sunday atternoon do stroying about 200 acres of tobacco rand causing a loss estimated at 15 000 The storm was destructive also in the New Bethel neighborhood near f Hardlnsburg It seemed to start in i r at about Thos Ryans farm on the State roadand moved across the farms WOf J T F Owen Eli Dean Jesso f Howard and R G Robertson to the railroad near Jolly Station In some places the hail was so largo that to baooo states were beaten into the ground The tobacco crops destroyed were considered the finest in the county Cow was damaged to some extent I The heaviest losses in the Glendeane i section were as follows Eli Deane Son twentyfive acres of tobacco rnin I iaiiOd Jesse Howard thirty total loss t M ill plow up and put In wheat L TifTF Owen thirty three onehulf loss C H + f S i 6t r- h Is ti Smith of Garfield had 114 on his wagonTwo features advertised were omit ted one being the parade and the other the kinetoscope pictures As to the parade Mr Blanford was present at the Masonic Temple at 10 oclock the time and place advertised to con duct it but only about twentyfive masons were thorp and several of them being old men WhO did not want to march in the dust and heat the pa rade was abandoned The kinetoscope pictures required certain electrical appliances and as there was no person here who understood how to arrange the apparatus the committee decided not to have the pictures The com mittee tried faithfully to have every thing advertised Financially the picnio was a big success and the lodge has decided to give another on the first Saturday in August 1000 NOTES- W H Bowmer of Cloverport said the dinner was managed admirably and was one ot the best he had ever eaten at a picnic Mrs Thomas H Withers had a highly prized heirloom on the grounds which she exhibited to many Masons to whom it was an object of interest It was a velvet Masonic apron 150 years od which was painted by her greatgreat uncle who lived in Pennsylvania It is still in a good state of preservation The mule race was a great attrac tion A largo crowd witnessed it It was olose and exciting There was an Arm Hammer brand soda man who was a splendid spailnr When he need a megaphone he could be heard all over the grounds Everybody said it was tho most orderly crowd ot its size ever seen at a picnic There were not half a dozen men on the grounds during the entire day who were drinking The candidates were all there talk ing to the dear voters and pushing tneir claims The Hardinsbnrg Military Band discoursed excellent music for the occasionThe complaint heard was of the lack of drinking water The com mittee wish to say that it had a contract with a gentleman to furnish all water necessary for every purpose but the crowd was so immense and it was FO hot and dusty that it was im possible for him to supply the great demandJerry Tilford conductor on the branch reports that he brought 12350 people to the picnic j AT TO THE OF R G Robertson twentyfive Sam leaven fifteen or twenty Mike Os borne cropper Forrest Miller seven total loss Win Wheatley ten i Dan OConnell fifteen Frank Rnppert twenty Henry Elmore seven Late Miller twenty JaoK and Noise Jolly twenty Hardee Bell ton Dennie Sheeran fifteen i Mrs Jake Sm th seven Thos Beard ten Waller Wil son fonrIAt John Seatons near Now Bethel church two barns wtro nnroofed all the trees in the yard were blown down and his tobacco crop ruined Jesse Howard Irst thirty acres of tobacco valued at 1000 Several months ago he lest two barns worth f1700 by tire OASTOBJA Boughtrl i CAPT EDWARD GREGORY Former Covorport citizen who died at Lewisport on Sunday July 10 Union E LB Y P U Meeting- A nnion meeting of the Ep worth League and the BaptistYonng Peoples Uniontho first since the two organiza tions were formed will be held at the Methodist church on Sunday evening August i7 at 045 oclock R L Oelze president of the Baptist Young Peoples Union will lead the service find a special musical program will be rendered The meeting is expected to be of more than usual interest and will no doubt be largely attended by nonmembers of the two organizations as well as members The nnion meeting was proposed at the devotional service of the Epworth League at the Methodist church Sunday evening Lawrence Murray pre sident of the League extended the in vitation for a union meeting to Mr Oelze wno was present and requested him to conduct the service on that occasion Mr OelzA accepted the in citation on behalt of himself and the Baptist Young Peoples Union and August 27 was the date decided on for the neeting A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES I Itching Blind Bleeding or Protruding Plies Druggists refund money It PAZO OINTMENT to cure any case no matter of how longstanding In a to U days Jlrst application gives ease and rest 50c If your druggist hasnt It send SOc In stamps and It will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Medi elm Co ft Louis Mo Brothers Separated 32 Years H C Haddock of Clifton Mills was here yesterday en route to visit a brother in Kansas whom he has not seen for thirtytwo years Clint Tucker on Sheriffs Ticket We are authorized to announce that Clint Tucker of Hudsonville will be on the sheriffs ticket with Denne Sheeran nCQUADY Born to the wife of Will Lyons August 5 a girl Will Pate of Leitchfield was the guest of his father Jas Pate weekMrs Sally Lyons who has typhoid fever is thought to be improved Mrs Mary Mattingly and children of Texas are the guests ofrelatives hero this week Luther Wilsons house caught fire last week but was saved withl goofJgave a performance hero at theI auditorium last Thursday night Mr and Mrs James Harris of Nashville are the guests of Mr and Mrs Will Brie key this week i Dr W S Sandbach of Frieda land ICy was the guest of his brother Dr J A Sandbach Saturday and Sunday Among those who attended the Seven Hills Chantanqna at Owensboro last Thursday were Uapt find MrsJ H Rowland Mrs F M Smith Mr and Mrs V G Babbage Mr and MrsJno D Babbage Misses Virginia Hudson and Mildred Babbage W H Bowmer and J D Babbago Jr Sells Irvington Farm Henry Davis has sold his farm 01 121 acres at Irvington to Jonas Lyons I 3000for c- ashIIIIIIIIII Masons Extend Thanks Hardinsbnrg Ky Aug 7 1005 On behalf of Brpcuenridge Lodge No 67 F A M and accepted Masons wo desire to extend our thanks to all brother masons of sister lodges for their assistance in making our cel ebration August 5 a grand success We appreciate jour cooperation- We also desire to extend our sincere thanks to the good ladies who did such excellent work during thi dRY and to those who donated toe nice baskets and cakes We are under many obligations to those merchants of our town who closed their stores and came themselves and also let their employes attend the eletration To all who gave assistance we extend our thanks and express our appreciation and take this means of telling yon that onr celebrI tion was a success in every particular Yours very truly J Whitworth Master The Artlntn Industry Bacon You say your artist friend Is Industrious Egbert Very Why Ive known him to work over four years on I one picture Hucon Is that 1osstbl- eEgbertIt Is lIe was a month paIntI lug It and four years trying to sellltIYonkers Statesman More Aiiproprlntr- Illta Did you any This Is so sudden when Tuck proposed Xo I Intended to you know but I was so Mustered that I forgot anti cried At lust instead Proved Do fishes grow fast Tlniinic Some of them do My fattier caught one last yeartlint grows an Inch every time be tells about ItCnssells The understanding Is more relieved by clinype of study than by total lime tivltyClulon1 t Misses Annie Hambleton and Minnie Pierce of Sorgho and Miss Marian Hambleton of Henderson arrived Monday tor a visit to Mrs U E Lightfoot Miss Ethel Magill of Kansas City Mo who was the guest ot Mrs John Allen Murray and Miss Donald Murray for two weeks left Monday for Anchor age to visit Mrs William Patterson READ TillS Symsonia Ky March 80 1003 Dr K W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I would like to become your agent for the sale of your medicine in this neighborhood Your Texas Won der has saved the life ot one man whom two doctors had given up to die and thore is none of your medi cine sold ne rer than fifteen miles of this place so I would be pleased to hear from yon concerning the agency as soon us possibleED DRAFFEN Symsonia Ky A TEXAS WONDER- One small bottleot the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weaK and lame backs rheu matism and all irregularities of the Kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of ft One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall 1sole manufacturer P 0 Box 620 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials i Sold by all druggists I e FRAIZEGREGORY WEDDING Prominent Young People of Clover port Married Wednesday Mr Fred W Fraizo and Miss Nellie Gregory two of Clover ports most prominent young people were married last Wednesday afternoon at 5 oclock in Louisville The ceremony was per formed at The Seelbach by Kev P L King pastor of the Methodist church of this city in the presence of Mr Frank Warfield an uncle of Mr Fraize and cashier of the American National Bank his sister Miss Jennie Warfield Mr R N Hudson of this oitya brotherinlaw of the bride and Mr as Arthur Board a friend of the groom The engagement of Mr Fraize and Miss Gregory was known to only a few and their marriage was a surprise to many of their friends Mr Fraize is the son ot Mr Frank Fraize the wellknown merchant ot this city As an associate with his father in his business here ho has been very successful Miss Gregory is a daughter of Mr and Mrs John D Gregory and one of Cloverports most attractive and popular young ladies Mr and Mrs Fraize left Louisville Wednesday evening at 0 oclock for Washington Atlantic Idly and other Eastern points They will return about the middle of next week and take up their residence here Only A Mask Many are not being benefited by the summer vacation as thev should be Now notwithstanding much outdoor life they are little if any stronger than they were The tan on their faces is darker and makes them look healthier but it is only a mask They are still nervous easily tired upset by trifles and they do not eat nor sleep well What they need is what tones the nerves perfects digestion creates appetite and makes sleep refreshing and that is Hoods Sarsaparilla Pup ils and teachers generally will Und the chief purpose of the vacation best subserved by this grout medicine which as we Know builds up the whole system Oscar R Sulzer Dead Oscar R Sulzer a brother of J F and Samuel Sulzer members of a former wellknown local firm and an uncle of J C and E F Nolte of this city died at Winchester Ky Saturday NOTICE Un account of the prevalence of yellow fever in the South and the danger that tho same uiaj extend to Kentucky All persons living within the city limits of Cloverport Ky are herebv notified to clean up their premises within the next ten days by cutting weeds grass etc To drain all ntitndiug stagnant ponda or pools also to clean out all out Houses stogies privy vaults water barrels pig pens etc that may cause unwholesome stenches or breed poisonous Iinsects and to disenfeot same with limo or crude carbolic acid Upon failure to comply with this order All persons will be proeecnted for maintaining a nuisance and will be liable to a fine of not less than five or mote tnnn twenty five dollars and the city officers will proceed to remove such nuisance and judgment will bo rendered against property owners or holders for the cost of such removal L T Held Mayor Dr F M Smith City Health Officer To Preach Opening Sermon Rev E W Graves and Elder S 0 Dowell of Irvlngton were en route Monday to attend the Leitohfleld Pres nytery which meets at Bnlah this week Rev Graves will preach the opening sermon Dr Hardaways Appointments- Dr A Moorman Hardaway is at Glendeane thus week doing dental work During the week of August 14I to 10 he will be at Falls of Rough pre pared to do all kinds of modern dentis try Six In Family III Six children of Thos Moorman at Glendeane have been ill with typhoid fever since July 10 A seventh child died the early part or July They are attended oy two trained nurses Death of Young Girl Raymond Ky Aug 8Speolal Bertha the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Filmoro Johnson died Fri day find was buried in the family burial groundIMeeting at RaymondI Raymond Ky Aug 8Speclal Protracted mooting will begin August 20 Revs E B and W HI English will conduct the meeting I ARRESTED AS ACCESSORY But Mrs Chns Pate Refuses to Tell About Killing of Thomas Mrs Chas M Pate was arrested here last Thursday as an accessory to the killing of W O Thomas the aged Cannelton stone mason and con tractor at the rook quarry below this city on Monday Julv 31 Her husband it is alleged killed Thomas by kicking him in the abdomen witn his knee Mrs Pate was engaged in an altercation with Thomas at the time of the killing but otherwise had nothing to do with the affair at far is known- Mrs Pate was arrested Thursday morning by Kaishal DeHaven She was taken to Hawesville and lodged in jail by Deouty Sheriff Kelly of Hancock county who came up on train No 42 and returned on train No 41 Thursday morning- A twelveyearold daughter and an infant of Mrs Pate was sent to Haw esvillo Friday morning Mrs Pate refuses to tell anything about the tragedy and at her examin ing trial at Hawesville Friday no In formation could be gotten from her as to the whereabouts of her husband She was unable to till bond for her next appearance in court and will Be held in jail until the next session of circuit court It was reported here yesterday that Pate has been arrested in Ohio county by Sneriff Bannon of Hancock conn ty HAY FEVER FOR 27 YEARS Well Known New England Woman Cured of Hay FeverCure Was Lasting The thousands of discouraged people who dread the approach of summer because they have nay fever and can not find any relief from it will read with interest and gratitude the fol lowing statement from Helen S Williams of Mansfield Mass For a7 years from the month of August until heavy frost I have been afflicted with hay fever grow lug worse and worse each year until of latter years I was unable to attend to my work during that period Last summer I fortunately gave Hyoinei a trial and fam happy to say that It entirely cured me and I have nad no occurrence of the disease sinceThis letter is only one of niMy that have come to tne proprietors of Hyomei and the results following this treatment have been so remarkable that it in proposed at the annual convention of hay fever snilerers to re commend Hyomol By breathing the germkilling and healing balsams of Hyomei anyone can have at any moment of the day either in ethoir home or office a cli mate like that of the White Moun tains z The complete outfit costs but 1 extra bottles 50 cents Short Haynes agree to refund the money to any hay fever sufferer who uses Hyomei without benefit Peaches Wanted Ani prepared to take largo quantities of peaches pears and apples State quantities and kinds and when ready r for market Address J Ed Guenther Owens boro Ky Attempted Suicide Mrs Ernest Basham of Jones this county attempted suicide lost week by cutting her throat It required five stitches to sew up the wound she made Previous to the deed her moth er was sent to the asylum and grief over this is supposed to have led to the act John Dowell Dead Garfield Ky Aug 8Special John Dowell died August 1 and was buried at the Bandy cemetery August 2 General Debility Day In and out there Is that feeling of weakness that makes a burden of itself Food does not strengthen s vSleep docs not refresh It Is hard to do hard to bear what should be easy vitality Is on the ebb and the whole system suffers For this condition tako Hoods Sarsaparilla It vitalizes tho blood gives vigor and tone Isopositively unequalled for all rundown or debilitated conditions HOODS PILLS euro coniupauon 24 cent i 1i itp r The The Breckenridge News n WEDNESDAY August 0 1005 Eclipse of Sun Aug 30 Cloverport people rising at C oclock n the morning of August td0 and try rug to see the sun will Hud the moos iu thoir way The eclipse will be only partial In this section however Half the sun will be obscured when irises it and the dunk shadow will grow tilli l l only n bright crescent is seen then the shadow will recede and by 6- I+ look the disc will be clear again Accurately plotting the orbits in which tho sphere move and thei Mhedule tunas of passing scientist i an now predict that in 1025 a tutu velipgo will be visible in tho Unite States the first one seen since the one in 1878 and in 1099 Paris will ei one for the first time since 1727 The shadow of the moon which ii- o is much smaller than the earth or un CAtends only over about 130 riles radius and cannot hide the bun many minutes so scientists are pro Hiring to muko the most of a rare Iportunity iu August They Appeal to Our Sympathies The bilious and dyspeptic are con tant sntlerers and appeal to out syu jHtlnos There is not one of them however who may not be brought toak to health and happiness by the o of Chamberlains Stomach aUll Li ver Tablets These tablets invigor stit the stomach and liver antI strengthen the digestion They also regulate the Jewels For sale b Short Haynes To Bore Well at Skillman Yesterday a trade was made between Judge Wampler and L S Powers Upt Lander leasing the miners rights on his faiin near Skillman tithe latter parties with the provision that they begin boring within sixty days It is the intention to begin work there witnin the text two or three Wteks Machinery will be moved then at oncoHnwe6ville Ph ndelllr Fiendish Suffering it often caused by soros ulcers and i ncerstlmt oat away your skin Win Bedell of Flat Rock Mich says I have used Bucklene Arnica Salve for Ulcers Sores and Cancers It IS the best healing dressing I ever Iou 111 Soothes and heals cuts burnt sod scalds Uftc at Short Haynes drag store Kuarantetd Big Tobacco Growers Barbecue Hopkinsvill Ky Aug 3 Fully 5000 people from nil over the dark to baoco diPtuct of Kentucky had Tenn ewee attended Ithe barbecue today at I5r cey which was held in the inter ettt of the Burley Tooacco GrowersI Association Eight two carcases were birbeowni Congreseui n Jehu W Tithes of Tennessee und A 0 Stanley of the Sinon 1 district of Ken tUCk deliviivd r using speeches which wen lItholill ti rally rnvived A WOMANS ORDEAL DREADS DOCTORS QUESTIONS Thousands Write to MrsPinkham Lynn Mass and Receive Valuable Advice Absolutely Confidential and Free There can be no more terrible ordeal to a delicate Miisltive refined woman than to be obliged to answer certain questions in regard to hetvprivate ills even when those questions are asked by her family physician and many f111rrTCWrIIadsen continue to suffer rather than submit to examinations which so many physi cians propose in order to intelligently treat the disease i and this is the reason why so many physicians fail to cure female disease This is also the reason why thousands upon thousands of worsen arc corre sponding with Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Muss To her they can confide every Vi detail of their illness and from fi her great knowledge obtained from years of experience in treating female ills Mrs Iinkluiiii can advise women more wisely than the local physician tend how Mrs Pinkham helped Mrs T C V511adson of Manning Ja Sho writes linr Mrs 1Jnklmtn I can truly say that you have saved my life and I emmot express my gratitude in words Hffore I wrnto to you telling jou lcw I felt 1 had doctored for over sternly and spent lots of money In medicines tteiidus but it nil failed to do me any good Itt hall femalo trout do and would dally have faint lug spells backache bearlng lown pains and my monthly periods were very IrrclJular and finally ceased I wrote to yop for your ad vice and received a letter full of instructions just what to do and also commenced to take comllOulld611ti + had It not been for you I would havo been in todayMountains proof establish the fact that no medicine in tho world equals Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com round for restoring womens health Broadside For Blackburn Kentucky State Journal Listen to the prediction we make and we want you to remember it next winter Blackburc will not get a single vote from any county wner he has yet made a speech and be it ito the eternal credit of the iutellicen Democrats of those counties tnat thoy have at last awakened to a realization of tho fact that the gaseous and InUaff mable Senator is unfit to represent this groat State in the Federal Senate The people are still holding him to the unanswerable questions What hay you done What use have you mad of the talent We entrusted to you stewardship Doubled it No Burled it No Then where is I t Spent tm fireworks That is all there is m Blackburns recordshooting cracker and skyrockets But this characte of statesmanship is not popular in this day of common sense The people want deeds not words they went a man a real man of strength of ability and of capacity to servo them not a talking machine or firoeator Next Show Boat Month Away Checks Sunny South floating palace the only show boat yet to make Clot erport this summer will in all prot nullity not be here until some time in September or at least the latte part of August The last issue of Tbe Billboard a journal for clrcusee shows etc stated that the Sunn South was at MIddleport Ohio August fi A river item in the Couriei Journal recently stated that this show has been attracting large crowds at Avery stopping place on tho uppo Ohio and has been giving perfec satisfaction It is a now boat and this is its first trip The pills that act as a tonic and not as a drastic purge are DeWitts Ltttli Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness Jaundice m etc Early Risers are small and easy to take and easy to act Sold by All Druggists Mistake in the Name- It was stated in tine News last week that Phil Noble a fifteenyear old boy who has been making his horn with his uncle John Henry an em ploye at the Henderson Route shoos stole a watch and pair of punts Iron the latter last Thursday that Nobly was arrested at Hawesville but re leased on giving up the stolen proper ty Tho News was in error regarding Nobles Christian name and his age having been misinformed To clear ui I the matter the following statementI madeWill age twentytwo a married nephew who was visiting Mr Henry stole the property Poll Elliott ngc about fifteen is tnt nupb i w who resides with Mr Henry and had nothing to do with the affair He has been known as Phil Noble though his real name is Pull Elliott Victory For Cumberland Meade County M sseuger The telephone picnic held near Guston Wednesday was one of the nicest flairs ever held in Meade county A large v rood was present and everyone had n pleasant day The object ol of the meeting was to consider a proposition of the Cumberland to ex hange telephone service with the Gus ton Telephone Asociation While I strong opposition devrlored in the meeting to thejComlierlands poposition it carried when put to a vote o the lelegates present The Cumberland I vill be allowed to run their wires into juston switch which furnishes service to about eigty families and it is quite a victory for the Cumberland people as hey have been trying for several years to get in with the local telephone sys tem J L Henry Geo Neff B B ihacklett Chas Blanford and Gs W lichardsonwere appointed a committee to make a contract rith the Cumberland Judge McBeath Injured Leitchfield Ky Aug 2Judge TR VIcBeath for twentyfive years Circuit udge of this district was thrown violently to the ground bya fractious horse this afternoon and sustained aI ractured hip joint Judge McBeathI was endeavoring to lead the horse bya ope halter but the horse attempted to rua and threw him to the ground Judge vlclleath is sixtyseven years of age and for this reason it is feared that the in ury may prove permanent Jones at Chautauqua In spite of the threatening weather md occasional showers last night the even Hills chautauqua had the most uccesstul opening day in its history There have been few more magnificent roads than that ot the afternoon whEn the auditorium was paoKed In the evening too though the attend iants braved t rainstorm going out awe home in a steady downpour here were several thousand present- In point of program the day was uite an unusual one Sam Jones was theII big attraction but Stricsland Wi Urilliland the innny newspaper man was a close second Those por ions of the program rendered by what is known as regdlar chautauqua taint were also quite excellent FriIr lays Owensboro Messenger 1 Proclamation Relative To Yellow Fever By State Board of Health Whereas This board is confident that in the light of modern scientific knowledge and with the cooperation of tho health and civil authorities physicians arid people Kentucky can safely continue its traditional and liberal policy ot keeping an open door tor citizens of our sister States who are fleeing from the pestilence of yel low fever and Whereas In announcing this policy the board does not for one moment lose sight of tho fact that it was cre ated and is maintained to guard and protect the health and lives of our own people and fudy uDpreciates the grave responsibility it thus assumes andWhereas This primary duty requir es that this board and its auxiliaries in the various cities and counties shall keep tracii of each refugee so as to be able with entire safety to others to humanely care tor those who may develop the disease as we know can be done by protecting them from the bite of mosquitoes Now th refore be it known that by virtue or authority vested in us by lastall passenger railway conductors on trains coming into this States across our southern border and capUans of steamboats from tho South touching at any port in this State are hereby made official inspectors for this board and it is required that they shall give daily notice to this hoard upon terms prescribed by it of all persons from New Orleans or other districts infect ed with yellow fever bound for anyplace in this State who is not provid ed with a cortificate of freedom from intection from tho proper city State Public Opinion The most crying shaming and at the same time inspiring lesson of the re form movement in Pennsylvania if the revindication of the power of public opinion We all know academically that public opinion rules the world the whole worldnot only the civil ized but the semi civilized and barbarous world that it rules absolutely free communities such as the American the British the French and also those where the monarch has greater power than in Great Britain that it rules essentially in Russia India China and Abyssinia Of curse its rule is more free arid evident in free comuiuu ities but recent events in Russia have shown that the most absolute monarchs in the world have to give way when their people change their opinion about things in general The effect of the tremendous kick re cently administered bv public opinion in Philadelphia to their local system of political graft seems to have surprised the beast that was hit not more than the great deadinearnest though not uuhutnorous public that administered the punishment The event prays fiat there was i storage battery of in dignant protest right on the spot and ready to be charged and that it might have been charged and made to do its I vigorousi work at any time these many years back This however is not the time for blame for what was not done but of congratulation upon the glorious things that have been done and upon the still more fundamental reforms that ate now in the way accomplishment in the redeemed city and the State at largeBut let every community in the United States that has not yet revolted against corrupt local government take both warning and encouragement Let it realize fully that it it remains cor rupt it is its own fault For nothing on earth can withstand the besom of an aroused and intelligent public opinion led by disinterested men against forti fied corruption nnd hardy cynicism Century IATouching Story is the saving from death of the baby girl of ieo A Eyler Cumberland Md He wJittsII At the age of 11 months our little girl was in declin ing health with serious Throat Trouble and two physicians gave her up We were almost in despair when we resolved to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds The first bottle gave relief i after taking four bottles she was cured and is now in perfect health Never fails to relieve and cure a cough or cold At Short Haynes drug store SlOe and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free Chas B Bates Not CliasB Pate iA special to the News from Mat tingly last week stated that Chas B Pate formerly of Mattingly was seriously ill at Pittsburg with little chance of recovery Then name should have been Chas B Bates Mr Hates is now reported to bo slightly improv ed CASTORA m Bears theThe Kind You Hate Always Bought signature dfof 1tiC F 1kyA J- 1i or National authorities giving the full name and exact place of destina tion of each paroon It Is further re quired that all day and sleeping coaches running through from Ne w Orleans or other districts infects 1 with yellow fever which have their temporary or permanent terminal at any point In this State bo closed and Immediately fumigated with sulphur not Iless than three pounds to each 1000 cubic feet upon reaching such terminal Health authorities and citizens in every city town and county are hereby requested and directed to take Immediate steps to remove all nuisances and sources of disease within their respective jurisdictions or upon their premises and to drain empty or pro ptrly oil or cover all rones pools barrels or other receptacles which art or may become breeding places for mosquitoes and it is urged that all houses be screened not only against mosquitoes which may convey yellow fever una malaria but against flies which carry typhoid fever a disease of far more practical importance to our people It is believed that the fear of yellow fever will prove a blessing to Kentucky if it induces such health re forms as will not only prevent if hut lesson the typhoid fever diphtheria anti other domestio pestilences whicL I cause such a large and needless sick and I death rate every year By oraor of the State Hoard of Health of Kentucky WILLIAM BAILEY M D CHESTER MAYER M D J N McCORMACK Jtt D Executive Committio au Buried In This County Mrs James Masterson after tare years of suffering was summoned homA on Friday night She leaves a husband five children two sister and three brothers to mourn the loss of a devoted wife mother and sister Sue was a irernber of the Blackfon Baptist church and was burled nea tier homo in Breckenridge county ou Saturday evening Weber cor Hen cock Clarion Popular Conductor John Miller the popular conductor on the Texas train No 21 passed through the city last night on his reg ular run Captian Miller made his bra run last night after a vacation of ia week Captain Miller is one or the most popular conductors on the road Wednesdays Uwensboro Messenger Never in the way no trouble to carry easy to take pleasant and never fail ing in results are DeWitta Little Early Risers These famous little pill are a certain guarantee against head ache biliousness torpid liver and all or the ills resnhug from constipation They tonic and strengthen the liver Sold by All Druggists Will Appeal to Congress Washington Aug 2The address of the Southern Cotton Association touching on the scandal in connectIOn with the Agricultural Department teems with such expressions as thieving propensities unworthy officials deficiencies of the sys tem c referring to employes and the conduct of the department and insist that Congress will be ap pealed to The report which was is sued through President Jordan and Secretary Uhea thaw in connection with charges of maladministration says that the punishment of those who are guilty of wrong doing if accom plishedillS of secondary importance as compared with the reformation of the system which has made their per formance possible and the purpose of this address is to secure the coopera tion ot the members of this association in Influencing in every legitimate way a reformation of the system and a reorganization of the department Somebody Getting Busy Lets see Somebody must be getting busy The beef trust indicted ii Chicago t the standard oil worried In Kansas and everywhere else the Santa Fe shuffling uneasily on the rebates the post office department scarcely settled down aftsr a trowuiug Jerome Folk and Lawson all loose at once and Secretary Wilson plugging leaks in the agricultural department Yes somebody is busyUpToJate Farm Lug Champion Sunflower Thos M Lewis has a sunflower at his home that he believes is the champion sunflower for heicht and size The stalk is foureten feet high md nine inches in circumference The head is fifteen inches in diameter and four leaves will cover a surface equal to one square yard Mr Lewis also has a mock orange vine that is twentyfive feet long ands bearing eighteen oranges The vine IS growing rapidly and it is a question where the end of it will be by the list of October M t As F 1 Y 1 ANfcgelable PrcparalLonrorAs k tinglheFoodandIlcgulaof ling the INFAN is CHILDREN Promotes DigcslionChecrfur nessandlesContainsneither I Opium rorpl ne nor tiueiaL j KOT NARCOTIC 1 0milkSJNJOPl1CIIEIl S IxMlI IIApe ecl Remedy forConslip- anonSourStomachDiarrhoca 1 Worms Convulsions Feverish r 1 ness and Loss OF SLEERI Facsimile Signature to of I i NEW YORK Alb moiilb old I J5 Dost s5Ci NTS EXACT COPY OF WHABflEa Guffy on Paynter Judge B L D Guffy former judge of the ci nit of appeals was Interviewed last Thursday by a reporter for the Ovensbnro Messenger on several subjects especially politics Regarding Judge Prtyuter the candidate against Blackburn he said That man Paynter was my friend when I was on the appellate bench with him and I consulted with him more than with any other judge of the court I was very much surprised when ho announced for the senatfII and did n t resign his exalted I You see niy son a judge of the last i i resort should never deal in politics He should never be a candidate for a political office like the United States senate while he is on the bench ITo matter what loud of conscience be may nave every case that comes before him will have some Kind of bearing on his race Every lawyer in the state will feel a certain kind of delicacy in announcing that he is against Paynter for the senate He may have cases before the appellate court It would be embarrassing to him to ask the judge to decide a case a certain way when he knew Paynter Knew he had used influence against him in his lifes ambition You see too Paynter will be on the bench for nearly a year if elected and if he is not elected he will go right ahead and lerve out his term II The salve that heals without a scar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve No rem edy effects such spsny relief It draws out inflammation soothes cools and heals all outs burns and bruises A sure cure for Piles and skin diseases DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by All Drug gists Acted as Officer Owensboro Ky Aug 2J R Watkins was arrested at LeituhUeld Urayson county today on a warrant trom the United States authorities in Louisville charging him with im personating a Government official It is alleged that Watkins made several arrests In Grayson Hardin and other counties He did not get the parties to jail but compromised with them for a small sum of money and releas ed them For many months he acted as a guide to the United States Marshals in the hills of Hardin county and came to the conclnsoin so it is charged that he would like to bi anI officer He will be taken to Louisville r w CASTORI Iver N For Infants and ChildrenI DoEThel Always Boughthie oroa Bears the L- F s SignatureDfonag O fdrawSpru most mane need ivitt i- Nel t lu For Over qn Thirty Years tos WeCASTORIAormot j TNf OENTAUII COMPANY NW YON OitY Spri Her mer non Slow Work on CapitolthemOl A C Van Winkle a promoat nent lawyer of Frankfort Ky was Lei at the Old Inn last night says the ILouisville Herald Among other the things he was asked concerning thEper progress being made upon the newaini capitol building He said IThe build pt ing is going up very slowly and the fin excavations for the foundations have reg not beoi completed The progress that lat has been made is in many ways dis j yt appointing and it seems that no realt work1OfteneUSI COI negro teamsters on the grounds dse1 naturally under such conditions fJle tk is accomplished Public is Aroused The public Is aroused to a knowl edge of the curative merits of that Electric Bitters 1la1 great medicinal tonic for sick stomach liver and kidneys pI Mary H Walters of C40 St Clairbi Ave Columbus 0 writesIFor p1 several months I was given up toTdie 1 had fever and ague my nervesii were wrecked i I could not sleep and Iit my stomach was eo weak from usltes Ip doctors drugs that I could not eat Soon after beginning to take Electric Bitters I obtained relief and iti a short time I was entirely cured II- II Guaranteed at Short Haynes drugstore t i price roc I Union Station For Owensboro Despite the efforts which have been made against the erection of the union station on the present site of the Texas depot of South Frederica street the Messenger is able to announce I this morning from high cfficial source that the work already begans will be pushed as rapidly as possible and that a station which will oe used It Dy the Louisville Henderson and FJ Louis Louisville and Nashville w Illinois Central roads will be erectt The official furnishing the informa tiou states that an agreement has been entered into by all of the roads enter ling Owensboro and that he knows of no way by which one of the roads could escape coming into the union station even if it desired to do so Owensboro Messenger 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 Soar Risings Bad Breath and all Stomach troubles Sold by All Druggists THE 2011 CENTURY IS THE MIRACLE HAIR TONIC OF TUE AGE This wonderful preparation Is not a DYE but Is a hair and scalp food and is guaranteed to produce results after all socalled hair restorers have failed It is strictly a scientific preparation It will gradually restore gray hair to original color softness and youth ful beauty It contains neither oil non grease and will not gum the hair Frees the head from and pre vents dandruff Makes the hair grow profusely even on bald heads Cures any disease of the scalp It is perfectly harmless In every way It IsI an elegant dressing for the hair SOC and 100 bottles at druggists or large size prepaid by express on receipt of 100 Take no bubstltute It Is the BEST your money can buy THE 2OT CENTURY CHEMICAL CO I BROWNS LETENN di- r lIPrt e The Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY August 0 1007 MAMMOTH CAVE PARTY I Given By Miss Jennie Green Has Most Enjoyable Outing train outingsNanmoth Cave patty given by Mss Jen Kenktporo Willie Shelby of Lexington Sad Miss Green Harry 0 thins oil Louisville Robert y Green of- F s of Rough and Henry DoHaven Mo uian composed tho party Tho parv went overland in one single ana Ione double conveyance each drawjb bya splendid pair of mules The hist night was spont at Grnyson ypnngSLat which place we rci iivod most co rteous treatment Prow tne management Wo left there on Wed nesday nioraiag at 10 oclock crossing Nolln river at Dickey mill and ar IIn iiving at thoerry across Green river r flt the cave qft about 030 The party r j tested Wednesday night and stnrted Rfcon the short route at 0 ocloou S lu rsday morning finishing same lU t 180 After lunch at the Mum Cave Hotel which we recom I rthtea a place for nice fare we by nrtesy of the trustee of the Marn loth Cave estate were permitted to rSon a special routewhich was of the long routewith Nelson guidAAmorningandr Springs in the afternoon about 580 Here we spent the night tne yonng men of the party giving a dance in = honor of the young ladies We left the Springs at U oclock Saturday morning and arrived in Falls of Rou- ghiroat G in the afternoon stopping at was Leltobfield for dinners the This Is written in appreciation of otherthe paIgtripIanybuildpersons desiring to tano the trip The rid the Ihaveregarded it as nothing more than a- js that largo hole in tho ground this times isit was a source of the most unusual o realinterest My delightful associates of work unthrge youii setTtnis wonder guided by Nelson 1th more interesting it is H DeB Moorman nowl Peculiar Disappearance that J D Runyan of Bntlerville 0 ttorslaldthe peculiar disappearance ot bis neys painful symptoms of Indigestion and Clair biliousness to Dr King j Now Life I ForPills He sarsIIThey are a pertect tp to remedy for dizziness sour stomach ervesheadache constipation etc Guaran and teed at Short Haynes drug store salt es price 25c eat ctrlcWatermelon Crop Short iu seotlonItd is reported to be unusually short due drug to too much wet weather It is said to have affected the musk melon crop also o een isRural Routes in Kentucky aion ho monthly statement of Fourth the Assistant Postmaster General Degraw rina shows it total ot 576 rural routes in QnII the State of Kentucky with petitions oial for 17 core routes pending on August gun 1 The number or routes in tbls the ible fcurtb congressional district is sixty need pendtrl J Over Work Weakens Kdeoni neys terQphealthyi Kidneys Make Impure Blood lor ads All the blood In your body passes through UftIlft 1v Is on ww the waste or In the If they or of order fall to do their Palnsachesandrheu matism come from of uric acid In the blood due to kidney trouble s Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thoughtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries- It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble mistakebyand tthe extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is I soon realized It stands the highest for Its I wonderful cures of the most dlstresslnp cases sold Its merits IandJ all druggists In fifty and onedollar siz You may have a yourbloodter out Impurities blood are sick out they work excess neglected sample bottle by mall Dome of SwunpRoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mentlon This paper when writing Dr Kilmer tt Ce sSgiamtonj N Y therm C r L A sytl7dadlteoNle wtlIir It1ta1Taalgtea N Y sa 1 r- y Base Ball Team of the Louisville rninin Shoo SOME VEIIYOLMG FISHI CURIOUS FORMS OF LIFE THAT ARE FOUND IN THE SEA The yen POll nUll the Sen Pen mill ltic Iccnllnr Tunlciite Fu us all=The liar uncle rat One Time AVim Ilcllcvvil to Uecoinv n Bird The CutllellNli The commonest Inhabitant of sea or shore In olden times was Invested with fabulous qualities The homely Imrnn cle for Instance because of ltd feathery breathing apparatus was said to be the parent of a future bird as U proof of which ancient wiseacres point ed to the rudimentary feathers Ger rard a naturalist who nourished at the close of the sixteenth century actually gives credence to the ridiculous legend In his Herbal and furnishes a de tailed account of the alleged metamor phosis Even today notwithstanding the elaborate and Intricate systems of BC entitle classification there are still many of the marine fauna with little more individuality than can be expressed In n Latin label It la with n few of these odd denizens of the deep that we are Immediately concerned But few will have happened across the sea fan one of the zoophytes or animal plants It Is found on the Devon coast occasionally It consists of a calcareous framework or skeleton train six to twelve inches In height with many branches which are covered with a flesh colored membrane The latter Is really composed of Innumera ble polyps which curious to relate se crete from the salt water the lime nec essary for the building up of their common support The sea pen Is not dissimilar It Is only three or four inches long and like a quill Is naked at one end and feathered nt the other the polyps be ing on the edge of the feathers The sea pen is phosphorescent and when ir ritated either by being Injured or thrown Into fresh waterglows brightly- A slightly higher but still lowly form of oceanic life Is the tunlcata The species Is BO called because the body is Incased In a stout coating or tunic consisting of partly cellulose which as we know Is also largely present In the vegetable world One variety of the tunicate or as cldian Is shaped like a double necked bottle All have two openings one for the Influx and one for tho outflow ofwaterThe Ira Is a transparent tubular genus of the tunlcate family found In tropical am subtropical seas It ex ists In twf separate forms one of which lives alone and produces n number of tho others by a sort of budding process A number of these latter unite side by side so as to make up a series or cluster Each of the numerous snlpa In the group lays a single egg which In Its turn evolves Into one of tho sol itary Individuals Sell grapes might with greater rea son be classed as belonging to the veg etable world beneath the waves and yet these sea fruit are not so innocu ous as they would appear They are tho eggs of the embryo cuttlefish ono of the most repulsive and sinister of submarine monstrosities The cuttlefish swims by ejecting a Jet of water from a tubular opening near the head Having an Internal skeleton It Is closely allied to the vertebrates With its eight arms provided with suckers Its parrotllko beak Its prominent eyes and Its playful habit of throwing mud in tho eyes of Its enemies by secreting an inky fluid It is a queer creature Its relative the octopus Is very similar but Is minus tho two tenta cles or feelers possessed by the cuttle fish They are widely distributed liil tropical and subtropical seas and often grow to a large size Encounters with them form a fruitful theme for travelers tales Perhaps the most Imaginative Is that fine piece of writing descriptive of a fight with one of these devilfish as they are sometimes called In Victor Hugos Toilers of the Seal There are some very peculiar dent tens of the seas which wash the Scotch coasts One of these enjoys the eu phonlous title of the lumpeucker Thick and clumsy la shape with a- roughb and warty akin Its name Ila a sto tt u ei k htl t acceptable by its liluo purple and or range tints and its oily flesh albeit the latter appears to be keenly relished by tea Is- The parth ular apparatus which gives this ungainly flah Its name Is a power ful sucker or disk on the lower part of Its body Th chit et of this attach ment IIs not very cliar but by menus of the sucker It can In stormy weather or tturbulent waters anchor Its clumsy bulk safely to the bottom When Its young fry mi hit lted In shallow water they Immediately attach themselves by means of their suckers to the male fish which Is said to watch over them The fifteen pound stickleback some times called the sea adder Iis a salt wa tel variety often found on the coasts of Great Britain and Ireland It fre quents rocky null stony bottoms cover ed with seaweed and Is chiefly remark able for the fact that It Is unique nmong the finny trlbo as a nest builder These structures may be found in spring or summer in the rook pools between titles The structure Is about eight indies long pear shaped and formed of seaweed and corallines To bind the whole thing together the stickleback Is furnished with a secre thin capable when drawn Into a thread of restating the water With this thread fine ns silk and still strong and Hitle It wraps the different pOI tions if the nest round and round The spawn is deposit In the nest from time to time In Irregular masses anti DARING BRAVERY A Exciting InHilcnt In the Career of loin 11111 1 IIIIIVN Whltehavoii was a town of considera ble importance writes Cyrus Town send Brady In time Metropolitan Maga zine It hind a population of 50000 peo pIe and several hundred vessels of all kinds were In the port Two forts com mantled Its harbor but John Paul Jones believed largely In the value of the unexpected and by 3 oclock In the morning was making for the place with two cutters manned by fifteen men each armed onlyI with pistols and cutlasses One of the cutters In com mand of Captain Jones himself made directly for the town and the other under command of Lieutenant Walling ford pulled for the shipping docks on the opposite side of the harbor Jones landed quietly just ns the first streaks of dawn were tingling the oust and leaving one moan In his boat set out at u run for the nearest fort Gallantly scaling the walls the party fell upon the small garrison and uuulo them pris oners without firing a shot After spik fug the guns Jones locked the English soldiers in their own guardhouse hurl set out at a run for the other fort halt a mile away But during all this time there was no sign of the work of Wnlllugford not a spark of light or a cloud of smoke lj show that that olllcer was doing his part of the work Not until Jones had reached the other fort and spiked the guns did bo learn that Walllngford hind abandoned the attempt because the match which he carried fort the pur pose had gone out It was broad daylight and here and there wore signs of activity In tho houses near the docks Captain Jones had no time for delay He boarded a largo vessel and with his own hands kindled a fire In her steerage Upon tho flames ho threw straw and hatchway gratings a barrel of tar complet ed the work In tho meanwhile the gathering of townfolk had Increased until the crowd had become 1a frantic mob which was now threatening the men and the landing place Sifting that he could do no more Jones went ashore and drawing his two pistols went down to face lfiOO people Ho was not a large man but there was something In his face to supply tho deficiency of majesty In stature He swayed the mob with his pistols as a summer breeze moves a rye field Ho reached the cutter and easily held the Infuriat ed people at bay until tho fire was well started and his men were safely seated In their cutter After that he entered the boat and was pulled away Time For Other Tess So Grace is finally married eh Jess Gracious No Why this is only her first venture Philadelphia Press Too many fib to be happy before becoming trlit Necker s I fi tIt tn A Measure For Chefs Twelveyearold Dorothy Is already a cook of no mean proficiency Satur day morning frequently finds her In the 1 kitchen being Initiated into the making of sonic simple dish Oh put in a moderately generous pinch of sat her mother will reply to her auxlhus Inquiry or her grandmother will give a professional glance at the stewpan and say Well If I were making It I think Id probably put In quite a little more butter Such remarks coming easily from the tongues of artists who have only to look aj n bit of cookery In processor snaking to know exactly what It needs are exasperating to a youthful cook especially one who Inherits from the other side a predilection for scientific accuracy of statement Recently Dorothy returning from a visit excited even the Interest of those passed masters her mother and grand mother by making a wonderful now salad dressing The two ladles short ly afterward tried to make the dllSS1 Ing under Dorothys Instruction How much sugar did you say pupIIJthe Well said Dorothy with unnatu I ral deliberateness If I wore making that dressing I shouldnt be surprised If most likely Id put In a moderately generous heaping tip end of a medium sized tablespoonful liluphtintM 11 Illlii Teak It Is In the work of piling logs that the extraordinary Intelligence of the elephant Is best shown In the saw mills elephants lire used lu every de partment One will drag a log out of the water to the saw bench and with his tusks place It on the table while at the other end his mote III clrcullInrbench places It on the ground and drags It out to the storage yard wheret he puts It carefully Into position plac ing one log exactly on the top of the other with wonderful precision Ele phants can pile logs to the height of their foreheads When the squared logs are wanted for shipment the ele phant picks out the required number and drags them down to the waterside and when necessary enters the river and holds the logs In position while they are being bound together by the raftsmen After that he leaves the log to mans devices London Mall annul The natives of the Malay peninsula have In use the very smallest current coin In the world It Is a sort of wafer made from the resinous juice of a tree and Is worth about rote toil thousandth of a penny The smallest metal coin in circulation at the present day Is the Portuguese throe rels piece worth twelve oneliuiulredtlis of a pen ny The smallest coin circulating officially In any part of the British em pire Is the live milleslma piece of Gibraltar worth about half a farthing Snveil Ills Own Nome After a recent bank holiday In Lou lon one of the police courts the next morning had among Its drunk and disorderly prisoners n man who paid ho was William Shakespeare Is that your real name asked tho judge or just your none do guerre Welt your honor replied the prisoner It is true that I was not christened William Shakespeare but you see I hated to bring dishonor and disgrace upon a re pected name How She GncftMCil Landlady That new boarder Is either married or u widower Dough ter Why mamma he says he Is n bachelor Landlady Dont you believe It When he opens his pocketbook to pay his bill he always turns his back to me Under the Chandelier Next time you go to a party watch some of the women as they stand un der the chandeliers Notice how a light shining from above brings out unsus pected lines and angles In all but the youngest and freshest faces It Is a severe test of beauty Down and Up Wot did yer tell de Judger Dat everybody wur tryln1 to keep me down An1 what did be dot Sent me up Exchange lAyersPills iSifiKSSd trrlUru or beard B U CKINGHAMS DYE Ia or black rim era or DKCGUISU oauP9atb t co iuanui H a DOT CANS ONEGMWNOFEXffl i lilo PURE LINSEEDOllftYolrItkm lclvluu rou 100 yJ r J aJ Iunlt tf I p a Le e hGO W4jflCLY ThateptIYru Nas utDO- e wLUn fm as When we sell you pmmOu buy the linseed oil trparaltly We know rum ourtxpcnerue chat pjmi withui lash Imceedoil to not goingu Jsi very Ino Jl out it may llook wrjl in in the endxhad Wert hue in biiiine rt IlY and hcnwf recommend Kinloch Punt we certainly mun 1 le positive ofIis graying qiulnxt too We un give you f me rrlrriforfrwron on painting When you ire ready to buy come ndCt utut I tintocA HOUSE PAINT We will Jupply you it Lilt unn tinc with freihpurc linseed OiL R S BANDY Irvington Ky KI N LOCH PAINT COMPANY jW i1fit CONSIDER COLORADO as a sort of htxlfwayhouse between you and the PORTLAND FAIR It is the in the journey you may unspan so to speak pull off your coat climb the mountains the trout streams or if do a little plain loafing When two so one artificial the other natural lie thus in the same direction its a mistake to let pass the opportunity to see them especially if it be remem bered that one fare covers both InWII TWINThe Meteor through to Worth dallyTRAINI Houston Galveston and Antonia TOleuElS St Louis 821 m dally TEXASFred Harvey further information write General Passenger Agent Frisco LForL Louis 13111 All Extremely Low Rates ANNOUNCED VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Extremely low rates are announced via the Southern Railway from Louis yule for the following special occasions S 2925 Colorado Springs and Pueblo Coland return August 11 12 and 11 account Fraternal Order of Unjjles S 23 00 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and return August 20 to Sept 2 hiselusivu account National Kncnmpuieut Grand Army of Republic S Athens GA und return July J S- And ir account Athens Summer School- S 665 Chnttonrogn T nn and return Sept Ki 17 and IS account Kegimeinnl Reunion Ann ver sory Butte of Chicknuiaujja S 6150 Portland Ore anti return daily up to and including Sept 30 ac count Iwisand Clark C uteimiiil Exposition 7250 Portland Ore and return going or returning via San Francisco and Los Angeles frequent dates liming July August and Sept account Lewis and Clark Centen nial Exposition 6650 San Francisco or Los Angeles Cal and August t3J to M inclusive S72 50 San Francisco Los Angeles or San Diego Cal and return frequent dates during July August and September Ch yap tickets round trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Ter ritory Oklahoma Texas Caro lina South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points July 4 and IS Aug 1 and 18 Sept 5 and 10 Corre spondingly low rates from other South ern Railway Stations For additional information I schedules etc address A R COOK C P T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C II IIUNGERFORD 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G R ALLEN A G P A St Mo W II G P A Washington D C OnoMEnuttCougfiGiirft F CIU CldI d Criip- e Ayers Ayers Pills Ayers Pills Keep saying this over and over again The best laxative Want rich Use POLKA RAW the- beginningbut break where whip preferable great attractions TAYLOE Full information on rtquttt GEO II LEE G P A II I McGUIRE D Prt Liltlc Ruck Ark Cincinnati O Fort Dallas San p Observation Cars Meals System St Mo Denver the 1585 Homeseekers North folders Louis Pills LOW SETTLERS RATES TO POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Via Cotton Belt Route On first and third Tuesdays of each month round trip tickets will be sold to points in South cast Missouri Arkansas Louisi ana said Texas at rate ofone fare plus 2 Stopovers allowed on the going trip 21 loyal in which to return Cotton Belt Koufo trains leavE St Louis morning and evening making connection with all lines and carry sleepers chair carsI anti parlor cafe cars Write in for literature describ ing the ebony lands along tIc Cot ton Belt Kotitc for mnps tiBO table and information about rrcsv etc LOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton Djlt Route Cincinnati O TELEPHONESAND SWITCHBOARDS ALSO Largo Stock of Elec trio Light Street Railway and Tele phone Supplies conIstantly on SEND FOR CATALOGUE JAS CLARK Jrtit co 313 W Male St LOUISVILLE KY I i I I I i M tI iJoLft f y w T THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors A = Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year L =i CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money inadvance = Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us = IYhenordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now address EIGHT PAGESf I I WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9 1905 Few new cases of yellow fever are reported at New Orleans and r the situation seems to bo improved this week There have been nearly 600 cases and 120 deaths to date The Hon Leo Slater Overman a senator in congress from North Il Carolina says that no man that drinks can go to congress or be judge in North Carolina The sentiment for sober men in office iis growing in every state in the union Wo take off our hat to any man who rises above his party be ho Democrat Republican It is this kind of stuff in the man that makes for the countrys good Be an independent free American citizen rather than a partisan stand for character rather than for your party Be a Democrat or a Republican but be a man with either Railroad train crews are a jolly set of fellows They have their fun especially where they take their meals and layovers They have a lot of pet names for their food When a crowd of them take their meals if a man desires sugar in his coffee he will ask his neighbor If to sand the right of way for him They never call ham anything It but ballast An order for ice cream is a manifest run ii eea Pflrryinif perishables Dining room tables are round houses the kitchen Is the freight dump 1Uul the waiter girls are yard engines In John D Rockefeller has just succeeded in securing control Ufall the tax seed in this country some 6000000 to 9000000 bushels It I It Mid that he will wake on this deal 20000000 And this reminds Bs that Cloverport away back before the war wu one of the biggost markets for flax seed in this section Oraywott county raised a great deelof flax in tthose days and this town was her shipping point Dozens of wagons loaded with lax seed lord hauled by oxen two to four yoke hitched to a wagon came to this town every day during flax seed time They went back loaded with salt groceries and whisky Whisky was then sold by the barrel at thirty or forty cents per gallon and nearly every wagon included in its load a barrel d1 of whisky and three to ten barrels of salt When you see live or six thousand men women find children to gether and all of them sober and having a good time it ought t make you feel glad that you arc one of them We do And we are gladder overt moment of our lives that we live in Drockonridgc county This way the sio und character of the crowd that made up the great throngat the Masonic barbecue at Hardinsburg last Saturday A lot of IH remember the time when this wasnt true of the crowds in Brockonridgc Conductor Tilford says he handled 1250 people on his train on the branch and not a breath of whiskey could he detect and not an oath did he hear This is a credit to any community and accounts largely for our progress and prosperity There is a report going the rounds in this town we havent heard it in any other section of the county reflecting on the character of Donnie Sheoran Republican nominee for sherif We want to correct is this report and say that no man stand higher at his home than Dennie Sheeran Democrats and Republicans and all classes of citizens say that he is an honest sober upright man fair in his deal ings and true to his word MrI Sheeran is a farmer and along with his farming ho buys and sells stock He is also interested with his ij brother in u store at Kirk andwith all his various dealings not a word of complaint do wo hear He could get a certificate of character fj from a hundred good citizens if necessary This correction is made in justice to the man It is not paid for either at ten cents a line Wo believe in a square deal told in justice We dont believe in blasting a mans character for partisan purposes Ifa man is honest and sober and deals fairly with his neighbor that man is entitled to all I the rights and privileges of a free American citizen no matter what party he affiliates withtt j Col William Jennings Bryan is taking his summer vacation at j his home looking after his crop and letting politics take care of them j selves He appeared on the streets of Lincoln his home town the j other day attired in a widebrim straw hat checked gingham shirt j f overalls and plow shoes and astride a large swaybacked horse with out saddle or blanket guiding the animal with the aidof a work j bridle having immense blinkers Evor and anon the great man wiped the perspiration from his noble brow and classic features with a i large red bandanna handkerchief Balanced firmly on his hip as his steedwalked sedately along the colonel held a common brown jug such as is used for holding mowing machine oil for which purpose the colonel was carrying it Arriving at the drug store he dismounted smiled at a group of astonished friends on the curb entered theE drug store andreappeared shortly with tho jug in one hand nndE greenbacked farmers almanac in the other Casting an eye up at the weather he remarked pleasantly to a bystander that he hoped it wouldntrain till he got his hay up Remounting his steed he re turned home by the principal business streetlt is said that Mr Bryan J is putting himself in training for the next presidential campaign IMPORTANT JSVEJVT TOMORROW A very important event to this town is the great sale of lots ad vertised for tomorrow Ever enterprising citizen should take an in terest in it whether he be rich or poor merchant banker farmer or mechanic It means much for the upbuilding of the town and its future growth Jf you have any faith in your town go down there and buy a lot If you dont need it let it stand there and it will pay you good interest on your investment To the man who is a renter it is the chance of his life to secure a lot arid build him a home The 1 1 L lots will be sold on easy payments so that the man who is working for a salary can buy one and pay for it on monthly installments On the other hand if he has the cash in hand hd can pay down and get an liberal discount We believe every man with a family should ow his own home and there is no reason why ho should not own it whe a chance like this presents itself Owensboro and other towns in the state are working along these lines building houses and selling thorn on easy payments to those who are not able to buy a home and pay down for it The Cloverport Heal Estate and Improvement company have done a good work for this town already They have built several houses sold them on easy payments to parties and tho result is that the company has made a good per cent on its investment and given the man who wanted a home a chance to get it and pay for it out of his weekly earnings And this helps tho town It helps tho poor man makes him a better citizen ho is happier moro contented andI his family is better off bybeing settled and having something to stimu late him to work The city council is taking an interest in this sale and at its meeting Monday night passed a resolution requesting every business house in town to close and employers and employes attend the sale There will be a free lunch on the grounds and plenty of cold ico water furnished by the ice plant which is nearby The best and only auctioneer in Kentucky D W Henry will do tho talking for the occasion and it will be a treat to you to hear him REPUBLICAN NOMINEE MORRIS ESKRIDGE 1Candidate for County JudgeB- RECKESItIDGE COUNTY Your vote and Influence solicited and will bo appreciated REMEDY THIS CATARRH Is sure to GIV- ESatisfaction Elys Cream Balm Relief at Oeee cleanses soothes and hauls tho Ms sad memlhane It euros Catarrh and HAY FEVERdrives fcwuy a Cold In I the IIead quickly It Is ubsrbed Heals titsFeusesof atIIrumullELl 1I 1I Sukcribo for the NEws i GARFIELDII Earl Head or CUrkmn is visiting Iris father Henry Head Tho infant of Mr and Mrs Taggers was burled hero Sunday Mrs Anna Norton is visiting her be 1Irs1 Stephensportovisited her sister Mrs F M Board last week Wallace Claycomb and sister Miss May of Basin Spring visited relatives here Tuesday Mr and Mrs Henry Davis of Basin Spring were guests of relatives here Tuesday Mrs Austin LeUrand and son CJharley are recovering from a severe attack of flux Miss Mary Snider and Ackloy Rich ardson were guests of Mrs Riley Snider Sunday Mrs William Hn board of Seattle with her mother Mrs Ab Good man who has been sick for several months ins Mrs Mamie and her Sunday class were royally Sunday Mr and Mrs Henry at their beautiful home near Little Harry is sicK Little Clarence D is quite 31 to the wife of Herbert Walker Miss Bertha of Hardies burg is friends and relatives and Mrs nest Pate of Clover port came out last Sunday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs U D Keenan and Miss Maggie friends and relatives to an ice cream last night u nn f are not to WE = 1that11 thosem ibound They can riot by any means be suc separatedw i iThe ladies and the young people are welcome Any and all busIiI iness entrusted to us will MMreceive our careful and W m f l ID IDIxsumm AGA I X T tM IrJ OF IXTgH1 I It OX TIMK DK it I I a1I I rt rtI of Cloverport c- cc I Cloverport Ky n I 1il I nnd cedar shingles Skill sides 20 inches wide and 20 feet long No1 Y P laths Y P und White pine doors and snsh Prices Solicited Cloverport Planing l fMi lfiuM Inteimlty London is the most Intense of Kf cities New York Is noisier there is more rattle In Paris In London alom you have that subdued roar that inde scribable murmur which suggests an volume of life that is deep 1111r Gifrrur nuo Subscribe for tho News r and Produce I m mI PointIhave opened n shop at West Kynnd am prepared to barrels in quantities Send your orders IiiF1 HIKAYEWEST Gregory school entertained by MATTINGLY Newman Hambleton sick- BornJuly a Wellington visiting hereMr HambletonMrs daughter entertained a number- of sapper Saturday disposed together cessfully Erespecially tliprompt attention S lIDMJHATI STI IlAlI I IIrt Bank i Redwood Redwood beveled siding flooring ceiling grently reduced Estimates Mill Irresistible no IIFlour Barrels I Cooper furnish 1 daughter POINT JSIX MILLION ACRES g The State of texas will place on sale Sept let 1905 six million acres of state lands scattered throughout the state at from 100 to 300 per acre onoioarth cash down forty years timo on balance 3 per cent interest Write for particulars also about cheap rates to the Southwest Aug 15 Sept 5 and 19 Oct 3 and 17 E W LaBEAUME G P and T A Cotton Bolt Route St Louis Mo l LIFEnH SPLENDID SHOWING For First Six Months of 1905 Assets December 31 1904 413953020 74 Assets June 30 1905 421249272 79 Increase during last six months 7296252 05 Income first six months of 1904 36412327 38 Income first six months of 1905 38799138 1IIncrease in first six months i ff1905 Policies issued first six months of 1904 238681or 1 16612932100PoliciesJ 61083 assuring 150706993 00 l Assurance in force Dec 31 1904 564 594 policies assuring 1495542892 00IAssurance in force Juno 30 1905 583a554 policies assuring 1526434739 00 t I Increase in assurance in force during the last six months 18960 policies ensuring 31941847 00 C HENRY J POWELL Managere Equitable Building Louisville Ky on mIA An Old Fashioned BARBECUE t Will be given at Hardins school house pro ceeds to be devoted to painting and repairing the school building on- SATURDAY AUGUST 12 All candidates will be present and announce themselves Good dancing floor and music by OBrien string band Dinner and Refreshments for Everybody The barbecue is given by the trustees and teacherNAT TAUL THOS HAWKINS Trustees GEO HAWKINSJ R LASLIE Teacher Subscribe for 15e NEWS TTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTVYTTTTVTTTTT I OGDEN COLLEGE FOR BOYS I BOWLING GREEN KY WELL ENDOWED LITERARY COURSES 3IANUAI TRAINING Prepares Boys for Higher Colleges and Unl versities Professional and Technical Schoqje LCourses well adapted to this end and excellence of training success of its graduates in higher institutions of learningl shownLOW Bj 40 FREE SCHOLARSHIPS Board in best families For catalog and5 tt particulars apply tow Hi PresidentN 2 Southern Normal School Bowling 9Mt coarQ Green Business College and J TelegraphySustainsCatalogues and Journals Free GRADUATES SOCURU POSITIONS MENTION COURSE WANTED WHCN YOU WRITC Address H H CHERRY President Bowling Green Ky To Cure a Cold in One Day Dys Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A PH Jonevery seven Million boxes sold fin bast 12 months This signature rC 2 FIt 71 ALTH fSURANCEP- 4rv W UI The man who Insures his health fa wise both for his family and Imself You may lasuro health by guard tag It It Is worth guarding U the first attack of disease yvhlch generally approaches through the LIVER and mani wayAKEs trAnd le Breckenridge News t WEDNESDAY August 9 1005 Dr Keene August 28 Dont miss the sale Aug 10 i Henry Gibbs was in Owensboro Sun y Jesse Weatherholt was in Louisville JndayKeeno at Dr Lightfoots office ailast 28 sate of lots tomorrow Ang 10 ChiB Jackson went to Louisville aturdayProsperity follows couragebuy a tomorrowMiss Haynes was in Louis illo last week Big dayAug 10sale of lots E 0 Babbage vas at home from ouisville Sunday 1 When you go cut shopping please llBabbage Son Mrs D H Severs will go to Ekron ext week to visit relatives Mr and Mrs Frank Payne were at ardinsbnrg last Saturday Lucile Richardson of Guston has een visiting Hattie Shacklett Mrs Mary Lewis of Louisville as been visiting Mrs R A Ensor Miss Jen Hurdin has been Lore trom i randenbnrg visiting relatives i Mrs Jenny Fuchs has been here I om Rome lad visiting relatives ft Edward Gregory to Sons the wall aper menquick work low prices A winning proposition buy a lot Mrs Jno OConnell is recovering om a recent attack of sickness I Clinton Quinnot Louisville was the uvst of friends Sunday and Monday Unas B Parsons of Detroit was he truest of Miss Eliza May Inst week Mrs L T Reid and Miss Ella Smith were in Louisville part of last i oakMr and Mrs Frank Hinsly of Vic cm will move to town this week to side Misses Maude and Nora Glasgow o Louisville are visiting Misses Anna nd Nellie Childs i Miss Adelle Fisher returned to wensboro last weeK after a visit t er aunt Mrs Adullo Hatnbleton I Dr R P Keene the Owensbo ro entlst will be at Dr Lightfoot- flee on August 28 for one WCCK J Dr Keene will be at Dr Lfgh tfl30t s iffioe to do all kinds of firstclass den istry on August 28 for one week I Best display of wall paper in th stythe kind you want Dont wait Catch us quickEdward Gregory K I onsS J Brown and son Stanley hav Btnrned from a visit to his parents rand Mrs Milt Brownnear Stephens ort Misses Barret and johnsonof Louis 1e and Lewis of Addison were guests of Miss Mayme DeHaven 1 o day L Messrs Whitehead Hill of Rbiney lIe were hero buying apples They ought a number already barreled rom Joe Blair Just 75 cents will buy enough papa o paper a roomlSXIG 10 ceiling and order 75c com plete Edward Gre ory Us Sons Miss Jennie Warfield and little niece Esteile Warfield came down from Eionisville Thursday to visit her Ulster rs Frank Fraize I The Misses Barrett who have been letting at the Bark homestead near ddison returned to their home in Louisville Tuesday h Rev U F Shacklett who went to Hardinebnrg to till his appointment was accompanied by his wife for a risit of several days rIscoTTS a hump back straight neither will It a short leg long but It feeds soft makeIIand heals diseased bone and Is the few genuine means of recovery In rickets and bone consumption Send for free uiaple SCOTT BOWNE Chemist 409 419 Pearl Street New York Soc and ftoo all drugguU It I I t 4 t t- I J Values that convince get a lot Miss Martha Willis has returned from a visit to Miss Virginia Hill at Leitch fieldThe key to wealth is right buying here is our opportunity to buy a lot rightMiss Lucy Jolly of Sample has been visiting her brother Graham Jolly and wifeHe who reads and acts will profit buy a lot Our lawns reduced to Co per yard are O K for the smart set Babbage SonMiss Mary Jardoe Ileft Wednesday for Charleston Mo for a visit of about two months Mrs C M Stephens was at Owens born last week visiting her sIster Mrs J T Hayden Miss Lula Severs will go to Hardins LurK next week to visit MIss Judith Ellen DeJarnette Miss Dollie Keith came up from Evansville Thursday to visit her uncle J E Keith Miss Ruby Jones has returned to Evansville after a visit to her sister Mrs Martin Brans Miss Delta Conrad of Leavenworth mad arrived Thursday for a visit to her uncle S P Conrad How about your wagon and buggy harness T If anything needed we can supply you Baobage Son Mrs Mary Robinson and children of Daviess county arrived Friday for a visit to relatives and friends Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Skill man and Marlon Bowmer have gone to Dawson Springs to spend two weeks Dont waitget in your order today 500 Baptist preachers coming to town Quacu quack 1 Edward Gre gory Sons Miss Mannie White returned yes terday on the steamer Rees Leo from a visit of several weeks to relatives at MemphisJShirley Beuham of Big Bend Meade county was hero Thursday and Friday the truest of his uncle J A Barry Mrs JB Randall and son Dwight came down from Louisville Thursday for a visit to Mrs R O Willis and other frleudsIMrs Will Conrad and daughter Miss Esther Conrad of Leavenworth Ind were the guests of Mr anti MrsS P Conrad Thursday- Dr Junius Shucklett who has had work in Louisville since school closed is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Blant Shacklett Redwood shiLgles better and cheaper than pine or cypress Redwood sIding better and cheaper than poplar For sale by Uregory Co Miss Dee Basharu has gone to Steph ensport to accept the teachershlp of Tuckers school She was formerly in NewsfMiss Maude Polk has returned from a visit at Frankfort to her cousin Miss Pearl Gregory who accompanied weeksoQuack I quack I quack IDucks dont like Baptist preachers Have you a Associationsmeets HurryEdward Gregory ti SonsMrs daughterMiss sNveerVal weeks with her mother Mrs Hannah Hardin Miss Mildred will join Louisville friends and attend the OwensboroeMiss Gertrude Allen came down from Louisville for a few days visit with her aunt Mrs W M Fryinire and to attend the oidlnation services ot Rev B M Slmcklett at the Ekron Baptist church All neighboring cnurcbes were well representedA very large crowd was in attendance r3rjr S jr C LOCAL BRIEFS or Jesse Bohler has an apple which was grown by Fred May Hr that weighs 15 ounces and Is IBM inches in circumference Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad enter tamed informally members of the younger set at their home last Wednes day evening Addle Howard ago about ten daughter of Geo Howard colored died Thursday of consumption She was ill several weekS The funeral was held Saturday v 4 j Rev W A LUSk pastor of tbe Baptist church at Indianolit Miss who with his family has been visit ing his fntherinlawJ E Keith for several weeks preached at the Baptist church at New Bethel Sunday morning He was accompanied to Now Bethel by Mr Keith The Baptist church presents a beautiful interior since repapered last week by Edward Gregory and Thos Morrison The eido walls Indi gables I 41 WDRI II J Representing r TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR ffi I IIDENTISTS OF OWENSBORO lift Will uu In Dr uiKiiiiuuba office tomweek out of each month prepared watt on wishing high GlassI Don Jj ill tlslry Itb Here August 28 jjj are done in chocolate crepe and the border in pyrograpby The trustees of the colored pnbli o school have not elected teachers for the ensuing year because they have bad a disagreement of some kind and have not had a meeting A number of residences in town have been or are to be roofed this summer with tiling made by the Murray Roofing Tilo company The company hiS the contract to furnish tiling for the roof of the now union railroad station to be built at Owensboro They are now figuring Ion contracts for roofing other buildings in that city and also in Louisville About fifty people from here it Is estimated attended the Masonic bar becue at Hardinsturg Saturday Most ot them went up on the morning trains It is understood that there will be a fair attendance from Meade county to the Brcokenridgo Association of Baptists which convenes hero on Aug nst 30 and a largo attendance from all over this county Lumber is being delivered for the new flooring for the iron bridge over Clover croak Ulms Furrow has on exhibition in a glass case at his barber shop a silkworm encased in its cocoon He found the silkworm on a maple tree at his home It began tho construction ot its cocoon shortly after placed in the case L II SI L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 48 Dally Fast Train leaves Clororport 5107 A M stops at West POll only arriv es at Louisville 715 A MI No 42 tally Mall ana Express lonvosOlo vet uort B5i A M stops tit all way stations arrives Louisville 1285 p m Tntln No 44 Dully fast mall loaves Clu verport 443 p m stops at all way stations east of Olovorport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 7 25 p m Trail No 49 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport 680 p m WEST BOUND No 47 Dully Coverport accommodation loaves Cloverport 130 a m arrives Evans vII III 1100 u m expressloavesIiawesvllle Lowlsport Mncoo Owenshoro- Stanley PpottsvHle Henderson und Ev unsvlllu arrives St Louts 70 p m I Train Nf 43 Mull and Express dully arrives Cloverport 731 p m Evansvlllu 1030 p m Stops ut all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train IcavesClo irorport 1100 1111 arrives Evansvlllol35 A M St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 46 between LoulsvflloandStLouisFordsiilIe EAST HOUND Train No2 Dally except Sunday leaves- Fordsvlllo430al m arilves Irvington 840 amTrlnNo4 Dally except Sunday loaves Fordsvlllo 320 pm arrives Irvington 520 p m Train No G Sunday only Fordsvlllo30a m Irvington 003 a m WEST BOUND Train No3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 0Wu m arrives Fordsvlllo 245 p mTrain No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 050 p moo arrives FordsvlUe 025 P m PATENT MEDICINES At Cut Rate LOOK AT THESE PRICES Ieruna 83c Swamp Root 85 Hostellers Ultters85W- ino of Cnrdul 85 Lydia IInkham VCR Comp85 Hoods Sarsaparllla 85 Manoliv 85 Hydrollono 85 SSS 85 Llquozlnn 85 Jaynes Expectorant85W- arncrs Safe Guru 85 M anal l n 85 Hyomel Complete Ouiflti85I- lexall No 03 Hair Tonic 8- 5Nenbros Herplclde85- This is only a sample of our prices Como in and see what a fresh clean lino of patent medicines we have and be surprised how cheap we sell them Twentyfive and fifty cent sizes as cheap or cheaper in proportion to the one dollar sizes Wo make the same cut on them You can not got Poruna cheaper at any other drug store than ours LYONS DEMPSTER Irvington Ky r WantsAdvertis- ementsl Inserted underfills bead at one cent u word per week- STnAiKD u Hu u HEI FEn RreckonridgCountycurs old muly marked whIte spot in fore read whiteI and red spots on Its sides Any pleasoletRobbinsFOR SALEFARM 1 GardnerAgnew WANTED A handshllhFOR SALETRAP AND HARNESS FOR SALE A fourseated Columbus trap condition FOR SALE PHINTING Presses and Cutting machines machinesAlsoGasolineRnjlncsMAHTIN Louisville Ky FOR SALETUITION CERTIFICATE FOR 9ALRTultIon Certificate In Bryant fouisvilleForonrldRe News Clovcrport Ky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct 81 IgOS Niagara Falls Excursions AtiR3 1724 On above dates tickets to Niagara Falls and return will be sold at 1270 tcr round trip good returning 12 days from date of sale Niagara Falls Excursions July 27 Aug 3 Aug 17 Aug 24 On above dates rate of f1270 for round trip Clovcrport to Niagara Falls ana return cood to return twelve days from date of sale will be made Clmutauqun Owensboro Aug 217 1905 Cloverport to Owonxlioru and return Auir Ito 10 Inclusive good returning Auir I17 180 Also on AUK 1 to HI Inrhislvc good returning three days from dalt of sitlf but not laUr than Aup I17 IIn iiry cam fl45 round trip- Atlantic City Excursions Aug 3 Aug 10Aujr 17 Return 12 days from date of tale 1172 round trip from Cloverport Old Point Comfort Excursions July 14 and Aug 12 1550 round trip Good to return 15 days from date of sale from Clorerport Dedication in October Torfork Ky Aug S Special Cave Spring Baptist church near Tarfork will lie dedicated Sunday October 20 J C IVutcber of WVuster was here Thursday on a business trip St Francis Valley Lands Of Southwest Missouri and North east Arkaneasriver bottom made soil rich us cream for corn wheat oatH clover timothy alfxlfit fruits tend vegetables Yield big crops no fail ures Lnnds now cheap but advancing investigate this fltll Hom 609Ror rates Aug 15 Sept 3 and 111 Out 8i and 17- Write for St Francis V llM booklet K W LaBEAUME Gp and T 1 Cotton Belt Route St Lpnts Mo MEET ME AT NOLTES I 0 YES e 0 YES I Know ye all people that the undersignedii J C Nolte 6 Bro of Cloverport County of Brcckcnridgc State of Kentucky HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SCHOOL BOOK SELLERS For the aforesaid city and will enchange new books for the old at the state contract pricesJ C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky IND H 1 Dr W A Walker iU at Vine Grove Win filbert of WitS in town Monday Dr Day visited relatives in GJrnysson county lust week Miss Lytio Ford was in Louisville a few days of hist week Miss Ella Koborison of Gus ton is the guest of Miss Rosii Lou JJilto George Cundiir of Vine Grovo was here Sunday the guest of friends Frank Ilaswell of Arcola is hero for a few days visiting his parents I Missis Mamie mud Essie Iveni dull of Webster are visiting Miss Margaret linker Mrs lesseC Payne of West Point is visiting her inotherMrs Mary 1 lleston I TELL you about CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR and then we want you to try it and theyinOf course it will make business fllr us for vu are sure you will become a regular customer but you will thank us fur it Tli fact is it is the Iwpt Hour wade and we want everybody to know It and ttry it Cdick Milling CoGRANDVIEW HARD1NSBURG Stephenport Misses Nittt lHoard und Nannie Hoatty of Louisville are visiting Mrs Blanche Rend Dr Milton1 Board acme over from Ilopkinsville to attend the picnic and visit his parents C P 1Edmunds and Franklin Kineheloo are attending the ChuUiuqua at Owensboro this week Mr nnd Alls D S Kicbtivd somind dn lighter Miss Mary of Union Star wore guests of Mr and Mrs Percy iI Heard nat weekMiss Jennie Green of Falls of Hough and liar visitors Misses Edith Marshall of Louisville Jessie Tollof Owensboro tilts laid Conway of Lexington were guests of Mr and Airs M lL Beard Saturday Newton Potrie of Spriugfiold lInltliltylIilton guejt of JudgeJ Hoard till first of thtstrk It is his lint visit in lifts it ymix und he says th- ot11 i glib li rots rovid 1 THE PENPUSHERS AT CRAB ORCHARD aUNOETON THE LAME 2 THi lAWN 3 POINT LOOK OUT 4 WC ARE UNO TOOK B A BUNOH OF LIVE ONEB t WE ARK IT- I Iu w J yr r iii q t Ir The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY August 0 1005 LEASE FOR 999 YEARS On Site For Big Depot Is Obtained I By Henderson Route Louisville Herald Following on the deed filed Monday by which property constituting the clock between Thirteenth and Four teenth and Market and Main Streets was trauslerred from the Columbia Trus- Company to Milton II Smith a lease was recorded by which Milton II Smith and his wife Mrs Annette M Smith rent the property to the Louisville Henderson undSt Louis Rnilrond Com pany for 000 years The tenant will use the property RI the site of a terminal freight depot and will build upon it as soon as the pres ent buiHmgi are torn down to make way for IslLe new structure According to the t onusi of the lease the tenant iis to pay UK owuerof the property 11800 a year fr the first five years in qjatter 1 ly payireuti of SSWO and after the first five years is to pay 0230 n year in quarterly payments of 2320 The rental in the latter sum is payable during the remainder of the lease which expires 111 the year aOOi wheu the tenant is to have the right to renew at the same figures The Ilease does not mention the official capacity of Milton II Smith as president of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company and his status in the transfer is that of an individual citizen The deed by which Milton II Smith I bought the property from the Columbia Trust Company which was filed Monday I stated the consideration at 232 I 000II I Summer Diarrhoea In Children During the hot weather of the sum mer months the first uunRturnl loose ness of a childs bowels should haveII Immediate attention so as to check the disease before it becomes seriousI All that is nec ss ry is a few dons ot Chamberlains Colic Cholera and I Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose of castor oil to cleanse the system Rev M 0 atocklaml Pastor of the rift M E Church Little Falls 1 Minn writes We have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoeac Remedy for several ytars and tlntIit a very valuable remedy especially 1 for summer disorders in children Sold by Short Haynes t tt t Til Probe Insurance Companies I Aside from general planning for H I uloser inspection ot life insurance com panies and for stricter state legislation governing soon concerns the state inII surance commissioners who met incsecret conference in Chicago decided upon an independent probe of the big 1 eastern life insurance societies Four of the commissioners will meet In New York this week and perfect plans for the investigation and proceed with the worn R E Polk who Is state treasurer of Tennessee and the esofficio insurance commissioner of the state and who was the prime mover for the in vestigation supported by Commissioner Henry R Prewitt of Kentucky made the following statement TheS commissioners fron Tennessee Kentucky Wisconsin and Minnesota be lieve the situation with reference to the large companion to be suuh that a Joint examination engaged in by the representatives of stveral states should he made without delay We therefore deoided to meet in New to York August 10 to begin the worknSome are in favor of governmen tal control of the insurance compne nies hut I think it in not necessaryw It seems to me that the government could not take from the state the right ot controlling n corporation which is t tax payer to the state It would create another government der artnunt and take away n valuable onrce of revenue trota the state govjlj rument nt UaiKcetury Expenie Acute attacks of colic and diarrho M y come ou wihont warning and prompt t relief must be obtained There iis noe necessity of incurring the expenst of d physicians service in such cases if lhamberlainJg Colic Cholera antlu Diarrhoea Remedy is at hand A dose of this remedy will relieve the patient before a doctor could arrive It has never beoun own to fRiIeven ic the inofcb severe and dangerous cRsesII nnfl no family should IHJ without itsFor sale by Short Haynesm The Billie Passes Down The Billie a hanasomo gasoline boat built at Stepbensport passed down Thursday attornoon on route to Hawesville to take the place ofsthe Brownie another gasoline i boat bUIlt at Stephensport in the liawesvillo and Tell City trade TheII Brownie met with an acoident re centt Ily and has been undergoing repairs 11ItHaweavillo and Roccport trade con fleeting with another boat for Owens boro TILE PAINTER 1IILL1L- IFE OF THE ARTIST OF THE PEOPLE WHO WORK AFIELD The Wny the Cry of the Soil Used to Ulna III III Enri TliucM hellI lie and RIM Wife Felt the lnll llunicer AVlieit SUCCCHN Cnme Millets early life was very close to nature His fathers tarn was at Gruchy in the hilly department of Mancho which juts out like a promon tory into the English channel In that narrow strip the sea is nowhere far hillstand of too sea surroundings bring ing sturdiness of character and development of Imagination if a boy chance to have either of these and the young Millet had lIe knew nothing of art or artists but he had tine loslro to represent what he saw and in the In terims of work upon the farm ho would copy the engravings in the family Biblel or take a piece of charcoal and draw upon a white wall By the time he was eighteen a family council was held and it was decided that the far ther should take him to Cherbourg and consult a local painter as to JomTs prospects Tho painter advised his studying art and undertook to teach him However ho worked In Cher- bourg only two months for then his father died and he had to return home to resume his work as a farm laborer Three more years he labored until the municipality of Cherbourg provided a sum of money to enable him to go to Paris to study He was now twentythree a broad chested Hercules awkward and shy his big head covered with long fair hair with nothing to denote Intellectual force except a pair of piercing dark blue eyes Delaroche to whose studio he attached himself was kind to him but Millet could not understand the large classical pictures that the master painted To him they seemed artificial with no real sentiment Ringing in his ears even then as he used to say in Inter life was the cry of the soil memories of his home life that In some way he wanted to learn to paint Delaroches studio was no place for him and after a little while he left It Then followed eight years of beating the air lIe married and had to bestir for a living lie tried to paint what the people seemed to like pretty little figure subjectsbut prettiness was not in his line and the attempt to seek It disgusted him Suddenly he made the great resolve to paint wbatI he wished to and could paint and In I 1848 produced Tho Winnower It represented a clumsy peasant in unII outh working clothes stooging over ItII I sieve as be shakes it to and fro ProUtI the point of view of the academies a shockingly vulgar picture Yet it sold for 500 trance 10 Millet now had the courage of his convictions His friend Jacque afterward the cell braced painter and etcher of sheep nUll poultry told him of a little place with a name ending In son near the forest of Fontnlnebleau where they could live cheaply anti study from values The two painters with their wives and children rumbled out of Paris in a cart which took them to the town of Fontalneblenu Thence they proceeded on foot through the forest It was very wild in those days How beautiful was Millets constant exclamation Arrived at Barbizou they were wel comed at Gannes Inn by Rousseau Diaz and the other artists who lived Inc the village When a fresh painter came into the colony it was the custom to take down from the wall a certain big pipe that as the newcomer puffed at it the camhpray might judge from the rings of whether he was to be reckoned among the academics or the color fists Jwcqiie was proclaimed a color 1st but same uncertainty being ex pressed concerning Millet the latter exclaimed Ah well if you are em burt shssed put me In a class of my own A good answer cried Dim stud he leaks strong and big enough i hold his own in it The little pleas was prophetic But HB fulfillment was deferred for yours during which Millet work d ou In poverty pictures that now ould bring largo sums of mover be lag refused at the exhibitions of the1I solos and finding no purchasers A hint of tits condition is contained in a letter to his friend Sonsler acknowl edging the receipt of y0 I have re cel red the hundred francs They came ust at tho right time Neither uiy wife nor I had tasted fund for twentyfour hours Its n blessing that the little ones any rate have not been in want It was only from about his fortieth ear that his pictures began to sell at tho rate of from UoO to 300 francs ach Rousseau who had himself known the extremes of poverty was the first to glue him a largo sum buy- Ing The Wood Cutter for 1000 francs the pretense that it was for an American purchaser It was resold at the Hartmaun sale in 1880 for 1153000 francs By the beginning of the sixties however Millets reputation was no In question At time Paris expo of 18H7 he was represented by nine pictures and received the grand edal In the salon of 1809 ho was on the hanging committee But he still continued what has been happily called his life of sublime monotony his so journ in Biirblzon being interrupted only during the war of 1871 when he retired to Cherbourg painting there fine pictures of the sea He died In 1875 at the age of sixty and was burled in the little churchyard of Chall ly overlooking the forest A rock in latter bears a bronze tablet on which a sculptor has represented aide side the bust portraits of Rousseau the father of modern Preach landscape and Millet the artist of the peopWwKo work in the field CbarlefH poffltrta ft Nicholas w i AwayYFOR Sewing Machines When You Can Buy the Best in Your Own Town- si Direct From the Maker At as Low Prices and on Better Terms By this sign you will know and can find UpToDate Farming Explains How To Hold Tobacco ProfitablyeI UpToDate Farming More than 85 per cent of tobucoo is usually placed on the markets be tween December 15th and April 1st The remainder of the crop is marketed at a time when buyers are not anxious for the supply still for sale being confident that they can secure it at a low price if they let it alone and they ao cordingly do so Holding until the regular buying season is over will not avail much until the quantity held is sufficient to run the buyers short on their contracts and expectations During the regular selling season there is no regularity or system in marketing the crop Some lays or even weeks the supply offered is so great that a temporary glut is produced and prices go slumping toward the bottom Then again two or three weeks may pass without much tobacco being offered Such spasmodic action in supplying the tobacco dealers works greatly to the farmers disadvantage While it is true that tobacco must be made ready for tho market when tho weather is favorable it is both un necessary and unwise to market neav ily at any time INew Corresponding Secretary It will be of intreest to Baptists in the county to know that Rev Jno A Benuettof Pewee Valley has been elected corresponaing secretary of the Baptist Ministers Aid Society defeating George H Cox of Owens boro the incumbent by a vote of 7 to 4 TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY lake LAXATIVE UliOMO QUININE Tub uts All druggists refund tliu money If It fulls to cure K W Groves slgnaturo IIs on oauh box ic wasThe steamer Sunshine took a big crowd of excursionists from Leaven worth to Cannelton Thursday One of the attractions for tho excursionists at Uanueltouwas a ball game between Rhodelia and Cannelton the game being easily won by the latter ThR score was 7 to 1 The Sunshine tot a small crowd hero This excursion is an annual ffair in the auuimor I at OLLIE RICHARDS Agent- Cloverport Ky Crop Tobacco if properly handled shouldl be higher in price in May June andl July than in the winter and spring months and should be higher still in early autumn or until the new cropI comes into marKet The reason it fisI not is simply because as above stat ed the buyers get the tobacco beforeI that time and are not compelled toI purchase more until the new crop arrivesThere is one way only oneto meet these conditions Deliver the tobacco slowly and only when good prices are paid A strong and perfected organiI zation will make it possible for you to do this Many farmers desire to have the crop oil their hands as soon as possi ble Such farmers can have their tobacco prized and stored and secure loans thereon if necessary They can then sell at their own pleasure The iniportibt thing to do is to seep the supplies so short that buyers must pay a fair price to secure what tobacco they actually require to meet the do mand and then to provide means for taking care of a surplus if any Rev Newsom Now at Glasgow Central Methodist Dear Central After being in bed more than two weeks I am up and aim to begin a meeting at Glasgow Ky Sunday I desire to say to breth ren that my sickness has necessitated a rearrangement of my slate and I have two dates between this and first of October If some of the brethren whom I have had to refuse dates will write me I will be glad to assist them J T Newsom Permanent address is Murphysboro Ill Woodburn Ky July 16 100V Only Million at Western Fair Portland Ore August 3The Lewis and Clara officials announce that with the attendance yesterday of 27420 the million mark has been passed tho total attendance from June 1 to data including passes being 1 01J5 031 KEINTUCKYS BIG AT I 6 STATE FAIR LEXINGTON September 1823 BIG DAYS 6 IN PREMIUMS PREMIUMSJjpf THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 5 9 Novelt Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Information Addrece GNU Ae BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky t I f f r fr lliiL Jlt li Ic BUGGIES AND WAGONS We have two buggies on hand we willsell at cost in order to close them r out Como and look at our stock of road wagons MCGLOTHLAW PIGGOTT irvington Ky Hardware Stoves Etc 1 n tf LJRoMCJFFeTTS T THING POWDERSrIAI +05t5 Only 25c tit Druggists mail 25c C J MOFFETT I D St Louis Mo Mother rHesitate no but savo tho health and life ot powdersTEETHiNAcomes tho of the summers heat upon teething children Adventure of n Hank Xote A lady passing down the Rue Rich lieu had the misfortune to lose a pocketbook containing among other valu abler a 1000 franc note The pocket book was picked up by a chair mender named Keuaud who lives at Mon treux He placed it very carefully fIn his pocket and proceeded home It 1Is not often that a chair mender has OCt casion to change a note for that amount and Renaud recognizing the Impossibility of turning it Into gold without detection agreed with a frier 4dto do the business for the considera tion of 100 francs This friend Luclcu Mathcrn also n chair mender was In his turn tilled with apprehension The dlfllciilty was solved with the aid of a horticulturist named Siuioiinct who kindly consented to buy himself a horse for 300 francs and return the change Rcnaud was thus richer by 000 francs All might then have gone well It two days later It had not been discovered that the horse had been stolen from n dealer at Moaux Title led to the arrest of the trio and later in the day the police put theIr hands on the horse thieves Paris Mcssuu gor Light and Sound Light travels so vastly much faster than sound that there Is no compari between their velocities The ve belly of light is about 1JOOOO miles a second At this speed light will travel about eight times around tho earth In a second and light starting from the will traverse the 03000000 miles i of space intervening between the sum and the earth in eight minutes So it is soon light Hashes from one part of the earth to another even the most re mote instantaneously or practically so Sound travels worse than a snails pace as compared with light goiug only about 1100 feet In a second or about a mile in Live seconds or twelve miles III a minute These farts no I ticed though not always understood nay who sees a gun tired only a few hundred yards away The Hash and the puff of smoke seen Instan taneously the report of the gun always comes perceptibly later the time Intervening being greater or less according to the distance Dlnnppolnted NewedAlas I am a disappointed man My wife cannot sing Oldwed Cant sing Why man that ought to be a cause for You to I be congratulated Xewed Yea butIthe trouble is she thinks she The Dark KCNJSoph Why did they call the middle ages the dark ages Junior Because the women kept their ages dark Soph No because there were so many knights Columbia Jester Ran lie Snved Him Hewitt That follow saved me from bankruptcy Jewitt How was that Hewitt Ho married the extravagant Klrl1 I was engaged to LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COI- NCORPORATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville- Steamers Tarascon Tell CityaLeave Louisville Monday WednesII day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passengei tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 Clavorport to Evansville 176 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 54156J58 4th stdLouisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P AaGEOH WILSON Sept l 1 I mI = Or i- tbe str prl Ira cio Lowe t IThI Cures Cholera Infantum Diarrhoea Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles of Children of Any Age Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strengthens the Child and MAKES TEETHING EASY or to hi longer effects sou sun are by one are rejoicing are can AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAl 53Your Watch t= t5 Repaired t and Guaranteed t If wo dont do as wo say we will E we will return your money We have firstclass tland guar anteed goods In watches I clocks chairs charms rings spectacles silverware etc at Prices You Cannot Dupllcate fi = Elsewhere P Wo llvo hero and everybody knows us It our word Is not good dont believe what wo say Our big sales and im jmens amount of repairs speak what people believe = TrC LEWIS SON i i33YOUR JEWELERS t t4 HARDINSBURQ KENTUCKY tl YTYVYYYYVTYYTYTYYTYYYYYTY Sour StomachNo w ness headache constipation bad bread general debility sour risings and catarrh tf the stomach are all due to Indigestion KOll cures Indigestion This new discovery repre theyexistI the greatest known tonlo and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsa Cure does net only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this troublebystrengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Ball of Rirtniweod W Vs 1111I vii troubled with sour ttomich for twisty fur su1forKodol Digests What You latBottUf only tlmiitbcMrflxPrepared by I O DWITT A 00 OHIOAOC Sold by allj Druggists Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar SUMMER EXCURSIONS VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL R Rejj to California and Colorado- and to the Lewis rind Clark Centennial Exposition PORTLAND OREGON- at special reduced rates roundtrip waycolonistin each month to points in Mississippi and Louisiana Homeseekers round trip on the first third Tuesdays to points in Indian Territory Oklahoma Ar kansas Texas Etc Cheap Excursion Rates to Hot Springs I Ark via MemphisIlli- nois Central Weekly Excursions to CALIFORNIA Excursion cars through to Los Angees and San Francisco via New Orleans Every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Haute every Wednes from Chicago Full Particulars concerning all of the can be had ot none Agents or by 1 addressing F W HARLOW D PA Lottleit i J 1101I v colage ib dos enl net tam Ada twitLou i l h41 p ti c i1 j ufn rnJr r 7 hrs adr 7 arr r rP x I ihe Breckenridge News V WEDNESDAY August 0 1003 CONSTRUCTION OF BRIDGE On Extension of Henderson Route As Described by a Woman A party of ladies the writer among the number visited the work of con struction now going on in Salt river preparatory to the building of the cen astral pier for the bridge on the extension ot the Louisville Henderson te St Louis railroad into Louisville Last- week Vt the heavy rains and rapidly rising Driver slightly careened the immense cofferdam and n large force of men 1 and extra equipment of machineryare J constantly working to repair the dam age Through natural forces permitted a by Providence enough damage wasI done in a few hours to keep constantly employed for ten days and nights nearly one hundred men and a large i amount of extra machinery The coffer dam is now firm having been filled in C with large bunches of straw clay and mud around the bottom of the structure t it had careened one foot it would have nlfest twenty thousand dollars to repair tne damage Watching the work was jvery interesting A tool known as the I range peel bucket was used to lift the mud from the bottom of the river lift lng one ton at a trip and malting a trip I every three minutes A Pulseometer is used to pump the water out of the coffer t dam and works upon the same principals the human heath The sidepiers upon both sides of the river are com pleted except the iroq copeitlg and when the central pier is finished the structure will be a magnificent piece of work Photographic views of the work from the first stage up to the present time were shown us and give cue a fair ly good idea of the numerous obstacles met with and overcome The scenery I through which this portion of tfe rail road passes is of great natural beauty and at present the air is redolent with the sweet fragrance of quantities of wild thicklyhandsides The trip was A delightful one and the gentlemen in charge are to be commended for the correct language and splendid conduct of their men mauy of whom were not aware that lathes were present for some time after their arrival West Point cor Elizabeth town News 1 AlortonTliurman lf Chas Morton a son of H L Mor ton tho local sawmill man was mar rled to Miss Pearl Tharman on Tues day evening of last week at the homo of the brides father Harrison Thur man at Rites Run The ceremony was performed by Rev J F Morton a brother of the groom Mr and Mrs Morton will reside in this city Mr Morton is associated with his father in the sawmill business here Ragweed For Feed A farmer of Woodtord county tells the following story of the good that rag Weed can be put to for feed It it is cut at the right time and stacked it will make as good hay as grows excepting alfalfa when fed to sheep and cattle TIIt nly trouble is cutting at the right time If any farmer will cut it before it begins to get coarse ard the stem woody and turn cattle to the ragweed and timothy stack he will learn the value of his neglected forage stock I have more than once wintered cows with no other roughage than ragweed 3 Let go or die Thats the alternative f the shipwrecked man with the monoy lags A great many people have a like alternative before them Bualness mon come to a point where the doctor tells them that thoy must lot go or die Probably ho advised a sea obstinatemountain air There an cough that wont be shaken off The lungs are weak and perhaps bleeding There Is emaciation and other symptoms of disease which If unskilfully Improp erly treated terminate In consumption Thousands of men and women in a like condition have found complete healing by the use of Dr Pierce Golden Mtdl cal Discovery It gives me pleasure to send you this testimonial so that some other poor sufferer may Golden be Medical Discovwori writes Plercos Geo A of Sheldon Ave Chatham Ont Canada I had a cough for years expector falllncWaslosinglleshfrom 150 pounds down to 12S My flesh got soft and I had no strength Did not say anything to any one but mado Up my mind that the end was not far off One day my wife was reading In the Common Sense Medical Advisor abdut Dr Pierces Golden Medical iDlscovory and I said that sounds moro like common sense than anything else that I had beard I at once bought a bottle of your famous remedy and before I had taken half of one bottle I folt bettor Took thirteen bottles and It made a now man of me I gained sixteen pounds and never have had a cough since I feel splendid and give all the credit to your medicine PeoplosCommon riser Is sent treo on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only The book con tains 1006 pages over 700 Illus trations and stlv al- pralercoloredplttestamps forSthe bOOk or 31 stamps for the DrRDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets sam care bad foul stomach and ens constipation and soidp to cure mandash Liver and Bowels t New Legislation For Protection Against Grafting Very Probable A Washington dispatcn says Many forms ot grafting are found to be well within the law in the departments of the government There is no law against many forms of grafting which have been developed by the ingenuity of the men in the departments What they do is all wrong but not Illegal Their offenses come under the head of crimes not yet listed II Attorney General Moody who has charge of the prosecutions of graft in various departments has intimated that ho has found that because a thing happens to be wrong It is therefore punishable Our stuntus he says unfortunately do not cover nil wrong doing Thu federal stautes are especi ally weak In some respects The public is too ready to declare acts illegal As a reuslt of his investigations it Yellow Fever Mosquitos Tho following now while yellow fever is so prevalent in Louisiana is of special interest The whole effort of those who are combatting the yelllow fever is direct ed against the inosqmtos There is mosquitoresponsible the stfcqoniyia fasoiata The germ of yellow fever has never been described but the experiments of American physicians have demonstrated that the mosquito is able to carry his germ These men were Dr Walter Reed Dr James Carroll and Dr J W Lazear The experiments which were conduct ed in Cuba in 1000 involved the high est degree ot heroism as well as of scientific research on the part of the investigators for Dr Carroll and Dr Lazear both allowed themselves to b3 bitten by infected insects in order to demonstrate the truth of the mosquito theorynnd Dr Lazeardied from the fever thus deliberately contracted The investigations proved that yellow fever is transmitted only by the bite of a mosquito infected by biting a SICK person within the first three days of an attack and that the insect is aangerons only after an interval of twelve days following its ingestion of virulent blood The inference is that the germ disappears from the blood of a fever patient on the fourth day of the dis ease and that it requires twelve days to go through the cycle of development necessary to make it dangerous The transmission of yellow lover is thus closely analogous to the propagation of malaria In the latter case the mosquito that conveys the disease par asite is of the anapholes variety witch is commonly active only between sun rise and sunset It requires from seven to fourteen days for the parasite after it has entered the mosquito to reach an infections ago of development While there are still a few who doubt the moqnito theory it has been so fully demonstrated that all men of science now accept it fully Sick headache results from a disord ered condition of the stomach and is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Livar Tablets For sale by Short R Haynes Over in Grayson Mr Guyley Howard of Ulendeane and Miss Lena Mattingly of Axtel were the guests ofNr and Mrs R U Cannon several days last week Quite ajolly party of young people surprised Miss Eva Owen Tnesday evening at the residence of Mr Lemnel MoormanMiss Louise Moorman onterained very pleasantly Monday evening in honor of Miss Eva Owenof Glendean Leitchfleld Gazette River Passenger Traffic Heavy The passenger traffic on the river at the present time is heavier than that of the past several years says the Owens boro Inquirer All along the river the packets have been turning people away onaccount of the fact that they have beenfilled to theircapacityTwenty pass engers applied Monday morning for passage on the Tarascon but they were refused The Rees Lee had 211 passengers when she reached hereand some of them were not supplied with state rooms Insurance Paid A policy for 844 held by Miss Clara Mattingly who died about five weeks ago was paid last week by the Metro politan company Miss Mattingly was a daughter or Frank Mattingly of near Balltown Makes Good Money With Boat T F Sawyer is making good money towing wheat with his gasoline boat and two barges from Tobinsport Derby Flint Island and other upriver points to the flour mill at Cannelton He makes fifty to sixty dollars each trip He has already made several trips and has more to male 17 t 1 t1 ft is probable that the president will recommendto congres s some new leg islation looking to protection of the public from grafters This was the purpose of the president in appoint ment of the Keep commission which is at work in the departments President Jordan and Secretary Cheatham of the Southern Cotton association today issued a statement addressed to the meinners of the asso ciation rifling attention to tho re cent disclosures in the cotton statis tical work in the department of agri culture declaring that efforts are being made to divert attention trom the deficiencies of the system itself to the thieving propensities of a tow unworthy officials and setting forth demands to be made on congress to reform conditions A Dnrk DniiKcnn About the middle of February 1S02 whllo In winter quarters General Nnyleo of Pennsylvania who was a strict disciplinarian was In command of the First brigade of which the Sec cud Now Hampshire was a pert lIe thought the guardhouse of the Second regiment too comfortable quarters for prisoners and ordered Colonol Marston who litter won fame as a soldier lawyer and statesman to build a dungeon without so much us n crack or opening anywhere so that It should be perfectly dark The dungeon was built with four solid walls and ono day General Nnglee came over to Inspect It lIe was accompanied by Colonel Marston Whore Is the entrance said the general und how rtj you get anybody Into 1t1 Oh said Colonel Marston that Is not my look out I simply obeyed your orders rite tossillIItiei A Richmond Vn Judge tells a story which illustrates the dllllcnlty met In trying to stop the carrying of pistols A tough youth was brought before the Judge charged with firing a revolver in the street The testimony in the case was to the effect that the young Inodhim hind tilled himself with whis Iky and had discharged his weapon In a crowded street Twenty dollars amih costs said the magistrate But your honor Interposed counsel for the pris oner my client did not hit anybody Why you admit that he lived the gun 1 Yes but he fired In the air explained the lawyer Twenty dol lars and costs repented the judge lIe might have shot an angel And the riotous fellow went to Jail not having the money to pay his tine A Curluiin CiiNloni In IJylleld a snail Northampton shire village In England a curious old custom Is still observed In connection with the letting of certain land The ceremony IIs held In different licensed houses lu the vicinity mud the clergy man presides over the proceedings The company chiefly consisting of lo cal farmers Is seated round a lavg table Prosrntly one of them rises and bids a certain amount immediately walking round the table and out of the door If this cnn be done before tho next bid Is made the land Is his for the season if not bidder No 2 commence the walk and so 011 This curljiu an lion occupies some considerable time and causes great excitement Interested An English magazine tells a court story A counsel In the middle of his cross examination was handed a telegram Hello he said as he rend It Soandso has won the Derby Ir- A said the judge severely It Is very unseemly that in the course of solemn judicial proceedings where a malls liberty and reputation are at stake you should be talking of the winner ot- a horse race Erby the way does the telegram say which were second and third The Weight of the World A cubic foot of earth weighs about five and a half tunes as much as a cubic foot of water A cubic mile of earth then weighs 25040300000 tons The volume of the earth is 250880000 000 cubic miles The weight of the world without Its atmosphere is 0000 250000000000000000 tons If we add to this the weight of the atmosphere given above we get a grand total 0000253810000000000000 tons Thin Planter Paper HangerWell have to paper right over the old paper We cant get this paper oft without taking the plas ter along with it Owner modern cot tage Because the paper sticks to the plaster Paper Hanger No because the plaster sticks to the paper Two of Many Differences A woman tells most when she Is sad and n man tells all when he Is scared You can Jolly anything out of a woman you can bluff a man out of his breeches Richmond Mlssourlan The Clerk Was flight Well said Wyrasat as he vainly tried to get into a No 12 shoe with the old of four shoo horns the clerk that sold me these shoes was right I should have worn the box Muihroomi TommyPapa is it always damp where they raise mushrooms Papa Yes mjr son TommyIs that why they look llltti umbrellas + PROFESSIONAL CARDS = LATHAM MEDICAL INSTITUEL- IIABETHiOWN KY ifarmieRutlonalHomeopathy Medical ElectrlMty III TrlerttllY8uJtcstion IIII lueliamlDlarrhotaIndlestlonmutism Neuralgia Diseases of the iwrrous system Asthma lIaletes Neurasthenia nanclIaralyslsbladder diseases IDropsy Lameness Scrofula Sequelae of acute diseases diseases of theI skin and Membranes Ulcers diseases lie eullar to females etc Superfluous hair sad facial blemishes re moved by Electrolysis Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public i can surrey your Lands write your Deeds mid take tho acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky StylishComfortable Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May C Co Cannelton Ind V G BABBA- GEAttorneyatLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set tlmg estates All collections rcas enable Cloverport Kentucky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURG KY Will practice his profession In nil of tq Courts of and adjoining corn- ties Special attention given to colectl road cases and criminal practice License Itc practice In linked States District Courts Office vet 3ank of Uardlnsburg I o l I W A Walker1i J 1 Sj DENTIST 01 T Satisfaction guaranteed t fjjji1 fj f I 1 HARDINSBURU KY jj Witte in This Country M Witte Russias pence envoy arrived at Now York last Wednesday In a formal statement lu said h e hopes for peac1 Let me say I have used Elys Gres 11I Balm for catarrh and can thoroughly recommend it for what it claims Very truly Rev H W Hathaway Elizrf betn N J I tried Elys Cream Balm and to a aopeaiunces am cured of catarrh The terrible headaches from which I long suffered are goneW J late Major U SVoJ and A A Genlre N Y- The JBalm toes not irritate or sneezing Sold by drnglste at 50 cts or mail d by Ely Brothers 50 Warren St New York iOceans of Booze in Fifth Louisville Ky Aog a amount of whisky now held in bond in the Fifth Kentucky District is 58 0311087 gallons The tax on this will bring tho Government 64813318 57 LlBhtninir anti Cities Lightning never kills people in cit- Ies said an Insurance agent M companys statistics show that In cities there In practically no danger of death from lightning stroke Look back and ask yourself If yo ever heard of mummy ore being killed b lightning on Broadway or In front the Auditorium or on Beacon street EtheE derstorm does Its deadly work Wily are cities in this way Immune 1 Some say It Is because they have no trees to attract the lightning Some soy It Is because the cloud of factory smoke above their roofs li a protection kllnneapolls Journal = CASTORIAPorI The Kind You Have Always Boughtt Bears the SliUBtureot d o f i American Society of Equity Issues TEWheat And Hay Bulletins For 1905 2f I Issued From National Union A P of EP Indianapolis Ind July 22 1005 To Tho Wheat Growers Ut America The American Society of Equity estimates the winter wheat crop of dtno United States for the season 1005 to be three hundred eightyfive million 38500000 I J bushels and the spring wheat crop from present indications to be two hundred thirtyfive million 2155000000 bushels or a total of 020 million bushels The spring wheat estimate is subject to revision jf con ditions materially change This Soci ety also recommends a minimum price for the 1005 crop of wheat at Chicago ol 1 00 per bushel MW Tubhs Sec JA Everitt Pres Wheat growers everywhere ore asked to keep this price in mind spread it among their neighbors ask It and hold for il if the price is ever below Remember those wheat growers who took the advice of the A S of E won twice already Remember there is such a large part of the wheat crop controlled now that every person who holds will get the price The more who hold the sooner the price will settle at or above the minimum m corps out the for the from were last far as the price for wheat is those who sot their mind on 100 mid dont s sell out for less are as certain to get the price as if the had one The world needs all the wheat It needs the part con ns much as the mitt When there is no more to be had from the it is bound to pay your 1905 Bulletin The 1005 hay crop was a very good one Our on hay were nbt to an n time yield We do a price for No1 Timothy hay on basis of of 120U per ton M Sec JAEvoritt Pr s- Hay are urged Keep the price in mind Many time price may b on of the local Also many in the States the price will bo bet ter when organization farm ers can secure rates 4444444444444444444444444 4444444 4444444444444- 4II Bank of Hardinsburg iiOFFICIRS B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD DIRECTORS j Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic B F Beard J Dr A M Kiucheloe D S Richardson Insured against by or burglary depositsN44 +444444444444 u The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport IKy Ca Surplus Incorporated zed n W H BCAVMER A B SKILLMAN DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst of Firms Individuals and Corporations Any entrusted to us will receive and curelul IlStornge place for packages in our vault our IreeIp ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS depositsru dllNNMiNlNNNlINNN9lNINNNINFirst IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT JOHN R WIMP VicePresident H H KEMPER Accounts of Corporations and Individuals solicited I Interest on Time Deposits NlMN lNNlf1tNlWlNlNNi + THEllFifth Avenue HOTELLouisville mPIKE CAMPBELL + Past of surveyors railroad to or Hartford getting concerned society million members trolled dumped Hay reports sufficient venture estimate however market vVTnbhs growers to places higher account demand places Western through freight Cashier loss fire ptal Stock 7000 Organ 1872 President Cashier CMfaler Accounts solicited business picirpt attention furnished customer NEW SAFE NEW AND President Cashier Firms Paid Mgr- e The most located and only firstclass hotel In the city making a 200 rate Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the city- Everything neat andclean I r3 r r3 lFLtT ir3r rr EC 4NN4N 00 DAN BROOKS CO STOCKyCOMMISSION MERCHANTS1 KYyNNorSanfords Fine Inks MucilageI- n full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc Subscribe for the NEWS Surveyors Hartford tThe mapping route proposed Madisonville either Cloverport Fordsville between and Sulphur Springs week priceAs minimum dumpers price recommend minimum Chicago equitable Robertson 45100 fireprool VAULT centrally ZC Laid Up By Nail in Foot Julian Brown was able to be at his place of business last week after having been laid up by a wound caus ed by a nail rnnninc through his foot for over two weeks 11r y i0 r jt r CI I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY August 0 1905 G IRVINQTON W J Piggott was in Louisville last week on business- D U Heron was in Louisville last week for a few days O H Heunsel and son Hubert spent Sunday in Louisville L E Henderson has gone to LOUI- Sville with a carload of stock Mrs A B Coleman left Saturday for a visit to her mother in Indiana Earl Bennett was visiting in Brandenburg last week for a few days Dr and Mrs P E Dempster were in Glendeaue Friday to see his parents R RRev Hynes and family left Monday to attend the Chautauqua at Owens boroMiss Kittle McGenee lett Thursdays t or a lengthy visit to relatives at Long BranchSeveral from here went to Garfield a last week to attend the funeral of John t DowellDr L B Moreman has just rotarn ed from a ten days trip to French Licit Ind Miss Liza Fieher of Glendeane came Saturday to visit her aunt Mrs Pomp McCoyt Charles Mcorman of Big Spring spent Saturday the guest of his sister Mrs W A Hynes Clint Crutcher of Webster was here Thursday in interest of a trip to Niagara Falls Ed AdKieson and family have moved to btephensDort where he expects to locate permanently Quite a large crowd from hero at tended the picnic that was given last Saturday at Hardinsburg Miss Clara Hardin has gone to her home nearCloverport after a visit to Mr and Mrs Tnos Blythe Mrs Tom Thomas has returned from Garfield whee sno has been visiting her sister who is very ill Miss Clara steel of Dallas Texas came Wednesday to visit Mr and Mrs Bob Jolly for two weeks Mrs W J Buley of Louisville came Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs W E Brown for a few days D T Penick of near Custer has returned home after a weeks visit to his brother Clarence Penick Mr and Mrs John Kindle and tauiily of Guston came Sunday to visit their sister Mrs Jas Jarette Mrs Evan Pusey of Chicago Ill left Sunday night after a weeKs visit to her mother Mrs Mary Munford Miss Jessie Jolly of Owensboro came Saturday to be with her aunt Mrs Nora Board for an indefinite stay Mrs Bettle HntcheiEou of LouiE villo came last week on a visit among her relatives and friends for a few daysMiss Ethel Coffer of Tony ville Ky came Saturday night to spend two I weeks with her cousins the Misses Mudd Miss Nell Cunmngnam of New York spent a few days of last week the guests of her cousin Mrs Will GardnerMr Mrs Chas Chamberlain left Monday to attend the grand Jentonnial Picnic that is to hI given at Chardon Ohio sometime in Aug nat Mr and Mrs J R Harvey of Alexandria Ind and Mr and Mrs George Hook of Shreveport La ar rived last week to he the gnests of Mr and Mis Green Bandy for a few days iRS STOOl THE TEST 25 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You know what you aro taking It Is Iron and qui nino In a tasteless form Nocure no pay Soc STEPHENSPORT M re Ben Lay was the guest of Mrs E H Miller Friday Miss Mary Belle Basbam will enter school here next week Ayers Dont try cheap cough medi cines Get the best Ayers Cherry Pectoral What a record it has sixty years of CherryPectoral cures Ask you r doctor if he doesnt use it for coughs colds bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles I Imvo found that AyerU Cherry Pectoral in the lhost iiiiilicinc I can prnicrilie Tor iron chill iiillitPiiiii mien and hard colds 31 IODKJIAN S1h Ithaca N y 25cSOcJfIW J c Arm Co m All drmiUfor runell Man BronchitisCor- rect any tendency to constipation with small doses of Ayors Pills HEAD SOLID SORE Awful Suffering of Baby and Sleepless Nights of Mother CURED BY CUTICURA Skin Fair as a Lily with no Scar to Recall Awful Sore Writes Mother I herewith write out in full the beginning andend of that terrible disease eczema says Mrs Wm Ryer Elk River Minn CI which caused my babe untoldsuffering and myself many sleepless nights My babe was born seemingly a fair healthy child but when she was three weeks old a swell ing appeared on the back of her head and in course of time broke It did not heal but grew worse and the sore spread from the size of a dime to that of a dollar I used all kinds of reme dies that I could think of but nothing seemed to help in fact it grew worse Her hair fell out where the sore was and I feared it would never grow again It continued until my aged father came on a visit and when he saw the baby he told me to get Cuticura Soap and Ointment right away To please him I did so and to my surprise by their use the sore began to heal over the hair grew over it and todayshe has a nice head of hair her skin is as fair as a lily and she has no scar left to recall that awful sore and it is over eight months and no sign of its returning CURE PERMANENT Your letter of the 19th inst re ceived asking in regard to the cure of my baby some six years ago Well the disease has never returned to her head which at that time was a solid sore on top and down the back MRS WM RYBR Elk River Minn Feb 25 1903 Sold throughout the world Cutlcurt Rtnlrent bee In form of Chocolate Coitrd Pilti Sic peridof MI Oliittntnt 00 Sato 25c I Iriioti Luoonr7Chart- erhoueSqlerlrShuedeIlaIz noon12Cotumbua Avr Totter Drug at t hrm Corp Smite rroprutori OfSti d lor llow to Cure Kciemm Misses Brook and Nannie Hall are with their aunt Mrs R A Smith Mrs Ella Watlington of Evansville is visiting Mrs G W Payne Artio Conn of Indianapolis Ind was the guest of his lather R H Conn Saturday Mrs James Biggs and son Owenot Irvington were guests of Mrs E H Miller Wednesday Messrs Paul Gilliland and Willie Coffman of Uienanlt attended the ice cream supper Friday night QUIte a number of people from town and vicinity attended the Masonic barbecue at Hardinsburg Saturday Mrs John Woisenberg and children of Cloverport were guests ot her par ents Mr aai Mrs Wm Hinks ThursdayThe cream supper which was given at the schoolhouse Friday night wasIcame home trom Louisville Thursday and returned Fri day He is taking the Xray treatment and is improving Deickman Bros have between six and seven thousand bushels of wheat in the mill and are still buying They are doing a good business with their mill There is no way to maintain the health and strength of mind and body except by nourishment There is no way to nourish except through the stomach The stomncn must be kept healthy pure and sweet or the strength will let down and disease will set up No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath sonr risings ritting indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles that are curable are quickly cured lhv tne use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Sold by All Druggists Strange Reward For Ufa Savers I have seen a goof many drowning accidents said un old sea captain and 1 have seen a good miiiiy queer rowurds Once a young man rescued u young willows little sun from the sea The widow in her gratitude asked for the young waits photograph He sent It to her and two mouths later tie received a magnificent painting by Smith that showed the scene of the rescue accurately with the little boy and him both perfect likenesses struggling like mad In the water A farmer ono of the Plnkertons told me came froth the west to meet a gold brick man As tile farmer and the swindler crossed on the ferry the swindler fell overboard and the farmer rescued him He was so grateful that he gave the farmer a brick of solid silverI n pretty girl from drowning In my youth the captain ended Silo gave me a present that weighed 130 pounds She gave me herself and Ive still got her She may not be In us good condition now as she was then but In my eyes somehow she is as sweet arid pretty as she over was Philadelphia Bulletin Rod Shaoklett has returned to Eddy ville after a weeks visit to relatives at Garrett a Why He Wn ted a Tenner Application was made at half a dozen stores before the man could get one ten dollar bill for his roll of ones I dont sccsnld the mans com panlon why your went to all thai trouble You are going to pay the money right over to your tailor Why didnt you give him the ono dollar billsBecause it would make a hud Im pression was the reply I am broke but I dont want him to know it When over you get in that fix pay your debts In the largest bills that you can get hold of It enhances your value In the estimation of tradesmen and paves the way for further credit A fellow will think n heap more of you if you pay with one live dollar bill than with five ones A handful of chicken teed Indicates that you hnvo had to hustle around pretty lively to get the money and that there isnt much left where that came from A man who really has money can afford to pay In pennies If he feels like It but he who has little can keep up his credit only by using large blllsNe York Press Handel Appetite Handel was blessed with a wonder ful appetite and many are the amus ing accounts true or otherwise as to the means taken by its owner for its Indulgence His gastronomic propensl ties were frequently the object of satires and in one caricature the com poser is represented as sitting on a beer barrel A ham and a pair of fowls arc attached to the pipes of an organ a turbot lies upon a pile of books and the floor of the apartment is strewn with oyster shells It is more likely that his adversaries invented and propagated many of the wild stories concerning his eating and drinking powers than that they had any foundation in literal fact No one would probably order a dinner for three persons for instance and because it was being kept back for the company to arrive blurt out to the as tonished waiter I am de Company Bring up de tinner bretlsslmo Sniping In Warfare The method of sniping in warfare 1 is as follows Three men set out tw- In o one direction and one in another The single man when he believes he is in the neighborhood of the enemy lets off his rifle no matter in what direc tion and thus draws the fire of the sentry Immediately the two other stalkers fire into the space lit up by the discharge When this goes on all round the camp the result is constant alarm at night time Soldiers are warned not to reply to a sniper but the temptation is well nigh irresistible Their exertions however meet with little success for snipers generally stalk the sentries from behind stones London Globe Lola Montei At one time there was much com mercial and social intercourse between Ireland and Spain Galway and Wa terford were the chief Irish ports en gaged in this trade To this day time Spanish type of beauty is discernible among the Galway girls Probably the most famous result of the blending of Spanish nail Irish blood was the ac tress and dancer Lola Montcz Ilor true name was Marie Dolores Eliza Ko Brtiuui Gilbert She captivated European I monarchs as well as popular cud dices and was for a year or no pni tl cally the ruler of Bavaria until a ri vo lotion compelled item to flee Spelled With it V Frank Millets baby was christened l In London when Hutton ami Lawrence Barrett were present The child vis to be named Lawrence and Barrett spelled It out Lawrence as lily name was spelled Hutton Immediately cor rested him with Laurence as hisI own name Is spelled And they shout ed this at each other to the amaze ment of the parish clerk till Mr Millet stopped them with the remark that the father ought to have something to say and turning to the clerk said Spell him with aIV And Lavrenco Millet ho was made by law Christian Register Clvlllxntlon and the Knfllr On bare feet of which the skin grew so tough as to enable him to run over the sharpest rocks without flinching the old Kalllr could easily walk as fast as a horse trots fifty miles a day The Katlir who still goes barefoot can do so today He used likewise to be able to get a lightthe boy who 1 constantly bothering one now for matchesby rubbing two sticks to nether Now ho is as helpless in the dark as ourselvesPall Mall Gazette Doubly Emunrrnniilnsr SuitorBeg pardon for interrupting butIorhave Just cqme er that Is I have just been speaking to your daughter and she referred me to you Old Gentleman Gee crickets I I won tier If that girl thinks I am matte of money You are about the fortieth bill collector she has sent in today If she doesnt marry pretty soon Ill be bankruptNew York Weekly In the IlcRlnnlnK I tell you Singleton you dont know the joys and felicities of a con tented married life the happy flight of years the long restful calm of How long have you been married Just a month Odd Coincident Mrs Jansonsaid to Mrs Lammls In perfect confidence Do you know mine Is the prettiest baby in the world 1 Well really now what a colnci dencel said Mrs Lammis So 1Is mine Much prudence does not always keep one from committing follies nor mac sense from thinking them nor mud wit from uttering them i 14 i Koran and BIle Concerning the alleged resemblance between Christianity and Mohammed anlsm llev Napier Malcolm InClFlve Years Ina Persian Town says Thero are really not many resem blnnccs to note An officer of Indian troops replied to n Mussulmans sug gestlon that there were resemblances between the two religions There 1Is hardly a single practical point where Mussulmans and Christians are not en finely at issue whereupon the bins suliunn said Sahib you have rciu your Bible and have also read the Koran I always make that remark to Christians I made it to a padre the other day null they almost always say Very true Mohammedanism has a great deal In common with Chris tlanity Well sahib when they say that I know that they have not rent the Koran and that they have not read their Bibles From Jail to the trench Francis remberton 102507 was Im prisoned hi the Fleet for debts contracted during a period of youthful ex travagance While In jail ho applied himself to time study of law and came to be regarded as a kind of legal oracle by his fellow prisoners who nicknamed him Counselor With the fees they Igave him for legal advice he bought books to continue his studies He then prevailed upon his creditors to grant his release from prison that he might the sooner earn money to pay oft his debts Called to the bar In Hi after a brilliant career in tho palace court at Westminster and subsequently In the house of lords he became a puisne judge He was knighted In 1075 and ultimately on the dismissal of Scroggs was made lord chief justice In 1CS1 The Oldest Inpcr Books What Is believed by antiquaries to bo the oldest paper book In existence is the Red Book of Lynn an ancient register belonging to the corporation of Kings Lynn England This volume Is known as the Red Book from its original binding having been of that color The first entry is a tran script of the will of Peter do Thorudou burgess of Lynn dated 1309 The lat est entry is dated In the fifteenth year of King Richard II Fifty years ago the book was repaired and rebound and the leaves which age had reduced to a loose fibrous substance were carefully resized as m aid to preser ration Tarn About An Irish doctor was asked to attend a patient on Tory island off the Irish mainland The doctor said that he wis willing to go but that tho fee would be i2 10 payable In advance The Tory islander paid the money timid fer clod the doctor over from the main land himself The physician finished his duties and wished to start buck The only way to get back was to be rowed back by the same man who had carried him over The doctor asked what the charge was Two pounds said the Tory island man payable in advance It was paid The Pursuit of lion Directly or Indirectly we are all In terested In tho pursuit of the desirable malt for whom every function is real ly arranged whatever bo the ostensible reason When one sees on all skies how eligible men are run after fawned upon flattered cajoled and hum bugged eau the truth of It be denied 1 Ladles Field An Unfair Fling Mrs Wkkwlre If woman were given the credit she deserves I dont think man would be quite so prominent in the worlds history Mr Wlckwlre I expect you are right It she could get all the credit she wanted hed be in the poorhouse A Fnnny Will Comforting FriendHas your hus band made his will Prospective Wi- dlowYes the wretch Hos left every thing to the doctor if ho cures 1m an not a blessed farthln to his widder an orphans Painless Sometime Sufferer Do you extract teeth with out pain Dentist Not always I sprained my wrist on ono a couple of days ago and it hurts yet- rndnlgcnL Katherine you will always find mean Indulgent husbands Do you mean Indulgent to me or Indulgent to yourself Discussing the merits of a mans op ponents gives him a decided ascend ency over themGoethe Miss Ethel Oelze wont to Hawesville Friday to VISit Miss Zillah Bates Southern Arkansas Lands Timbered rolling perfect drainage no swamp good water Grow corn cotton small grains cowpeas ana believed to be the coming clover and alfalfa country porous clay soil and clay subsoilcheapest lands in Southwest Splendid stock country 10 months range Write for Southern Arkansas book let and Homeseekers rates Aug 15 Sept 5 and 10 Oct 8 and 17 E W LaBEAUME G P T A Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo Webster io Play Tobinsport Webster and Tobinsport will play a game of ball at Tobinsport next Sunday afternoon The playing qualities ol the Tobinsport Punkin Rollers is well known while Webster it is said has the material assisted by some outside talent to put np a strong game The game is expectea to be a close one and well worth seeing It will be the first Breckenridge county team to go up against Tobinsport this year Several of them were woreted by Tobinsport last year It will be remembered TARFORK Mrs Jas Keenan Jr is ill of malariaIvan Bates went to Owensboro Thursday to attend the Chatanqna Mr and Mrs Arch Taul and children went to Magan to visit his brother Wid Tau Mrs L C Taul and daughter Irene went to Cloverport last week to stay a few weeks Mrs Taul to have medical attention from Dr J T Owen Mr a ad Mrs Verna Morton and baby wore guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Hook Saturday and Sunday Mr Morton says they will return to Florida to reside Miss Pearl Jackson of near McQuadv and Miss Irene Robbins were guests of Miss Beulah Rice Saturday and Sun day They attended church at Tarfork SundayTaylor Compton of the Garfield V- Icinity stopped wltn his cousin T H Bates Sunday night en route to Poll ville with a view of pnrohasinga farm near there he having sola his farm near Garfield Miss Emma Mattmglyof Mattingly returned to her home Monday after a visit of some days to her cousin Stella Ruppert Miss Mattingly is much improved in health Mr and Mrs O W Rice entertained to dinner Sunday the following Rev C L Goff and family Mr and Mrs Thos Bates O McQuady and Misses Jacks n and Robbins For sunburn tetter and all skin and scalp diseases DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has no equal It is a cocrtain cure for blind bleeding itcning and prctruding piles It will draw tne fire out of a burn and heal without leaving a scar Boils old sores carbuncles 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 EKRON Miss Minnie Waters of Louisville has been visiting Miss Josie LeGrand Mrs Anna Stout of Evansville has been visiting her auntMrs A E Gaedry Misses Laura Lee Guedry and Vir ginia Richardson have been visiting at Vine Grove The new pews have been placed in the church and fUR very comfortable as well as beautiful D R Shaoklett will soon have completed a fancy cottage near where his house was destroyed by fire a few months ago Misss Lula Sherlock and mother visited at Long Branch the first of last week Mrs Sherlock remained over for a weeK Mrs Ophelia Willette and children have returned to their home at Eliza hungrrrrrKrrr K siKrrir rrrzryrrtr- D 0 j Nows The Time r IWiIILE THE WEATHER IS x f- iia IIAVEar i I LUMBER S I YOUR IIOUSE BARN OR S STABLE PROBABLY NEEDS I SOME REPAIRS WE HAVE jf ALL KINDS OF FRAMING MA TERIAL AND CAN SUPPLY iiCIIOICE POPLAR OR WALNUT j AT A MOMENTS NOTICE i ifCOME TO US I I Prices furnished on application iSpecial prices on large orders i iiSeaton WeatherholtII i CloverportJKYr olRttlttttek R kVIltr rttkkbtkKKkkrbt e CLEMENTINA GONZALES OF CENTRAL AMERICA RESTORED TO HEALTH PERUNA THE REMEDY Miss Clementina Gonzales Hotel Pro vlncia Guatemala 0 A In a recent letterfrom 247 Cleveland Ave Chicago Ill writes i took Peruna for II wornout condition 1 was so run down that I could not sleep atnight had no appetite and felt tired hi the morning I tried many tonics but Pertcut was the only thlngwhlch helped me la the least After I had taken buta hilt bottle Ifelt much better 1 continued Its use for three weeks and I was com pletely restored to health and was able to take up my studies which Ihad been forced to drop There Is nothing better than Puruna to build up the system Clementina Gonzales Address The Peruna Medicine Co of Columbus Ohio for instructive 4etl literature on catarrh bethtown after H months stay with her father D S Roberts Mrs John Lancaster of Arizona nee Dollie Quedry still continues her visit to her parents here and expects Her husband to join her soon for a visit before she returns home OA8rOnrAMears theThe Kind You Hays Alwars t Slgnitnr Ydl ofeDUKES Little Virgia Powers is improving Pearl Holmes left Sunday for Evan vine Bon to the wife of Ben Powers a line boy Thero will be a box sapper at L Newburys August 10 Mr and Mrs J H Basham visited their son at Goering Monday Thurman Rowland attended the teachers institute at Hawesville last weekL Newbury and family visited his daughter Mrs Sudie Reardon at Weber Sunday Mr and Mrs Ernest Basham visited I their grandmother Mrs N H Randall Fridav- Misses Veatress and Flora Newbury attended the ice cream supper st Pates villa Saturday night Miss Girtie Basnam visited her cousins Misses Madie and Margaret Bashaw of near Oloverport Sunday The Dukes baseball team was do ad last Saurday by a mixed t ailPatesvillo the sore being 12 to 1 n favor of Patesville Deanfield and Tobinsport itHDWESt 1 91b GLASSts TORICOID GLASSES are spectacle and eyeglass lenses ground In a peculiar man fieldofor freedom and comfort to the wearer that no appreciated They nrewllhout question the most icIenWfl constructed glasses thathaveever beenmade and when made Into BIFOCALS nearsighted and farsighted glasses combined singlelensol any other form of Bifocal Glasses byTby them and their authorized agents under a givesatisfactionand the money paid for them will he rshtaded If you have any trouble with your eyes or If Jour glasses have not given you eM and satisfaction In every way write to us GLASSESmentlonlntIhls T J Howe Co Opticians Y LOUISVILLE KY Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annul Sates over One and a Half PayU i 4 1- J N r t t wt a rJ hra