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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT IVOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16 1905 S Pages NO5 ITOBACCO PRICES TO BE HIGHER LETTER TO GROWERS OF COUNTY FROM NATIONAL UNION A S OF E I Under the auspices of the American Society of Equity the Tobacco Growers association a branch thereof will hold Its second annual con vention in Owensboro October 18 10 and 20 The first meeting was held in Lynohbnrjr Va November 11 and 12 1004 and recommended that no 1004 tobacco should be sold for less than an average cf eight and nine cents These prices have since Jbeon realized in many instances and Jyho general average for tobacco dur lug the past year has been much higher than in 100804 The coming convention intends to declare tbe minimum prices at which each class and grade of the 1905 crop should te sold This convention will bp com posed of the leading tobacco growers of Kentucky Virginia North Carolina Tennessee and WIsconsin and in view of the victories already guinea by the organized growers this meet ing will be largely attended and the result will be watched with intense interest by both growers and dealers Secretary Taylor of the Tobacco Growers branch of the American Society of Equity has issued the following letter to theltobacco grow ing farmers ot Breckenriage county Letter to Farmers- To the Tobacco Growers of Breck enridge County It is a fact noV openly admitted by tho leading to bacco trade journals that surplus stock of tobacco in warehouses and factories has nearly all been brouht into consumption This has been the result of the increased demand during the past year and the fait that much of the 1004 tobacco is still held by the growers The statement so largely Circulated a year ago that there is a- Iwo years surplus on hand is no longer credited nor is it true It is also generally admitted bv the tobacco journals that thu crop of 1004 was much below a normal crop and that the crop of 1005 will be little if any larger It is evident and the evidence is more evident to the tobacco dealer than to anyone else that before the crop of 100G can be placed oa the market ovary pound and scrap of 1004 and 1105 tobacco in first hands will be sought for and gobbled up and if the growers hold the crops back and mar ket slowly prices will be much higner than those now offered 1 1 Tile tobaucoorganized growers are desperately in earnest in their de mands for fair prices and the coming convention which will extend over a period of three days will be the lar gest most important gathering of to I bacco growers ever known in this country Capable committees will ar range plans for handling the crop the time it is put in the barn fromIII is turned into cash at the pricey by the farmers Prominent tobacco growers will attend and tire the zeal of the farmers with strong speeches Many delegates nave aready been ap1 ointed and the city of Owensboro is Spontaneous Combustion Fire Tne loss on a j barn and contents on the Hon Q K Groves place at Tob insport which was burned last week is estimated at between 500 and 700 by Mr Groves Besides the barn 850 bales of straw 800 bushels of corn and some farm maohinrey was burned During a storm several days previous to tho fire the barn door blew open and the straw became wet The in tense heat following probably caused Kpontanequs combustion The insur ance amounted to 150 Epidemic of Typhoid Vine Grove Ky Aug 12An opt demio of typhoid fevor is raging in this town and vicinity in the worst form ever Known Physicians are going night and day tained nurses have been ordered from Louisville and the situation is alarming The County Boaid of Health viaitod the town in ScrofulqPew are entirely tree from It It may develop so slowly us to cause little if any disturbance during the whole period of childhood It may then produce Irregularity of tho stomach and bowels dyspepsia catarrh and marked tendency to consumption before manifesting itself In much cutaneous eruption or glanaulur swelling- It is best to be sure that you are quite tree from It and for Its complete eradication you can rely on Hoods Sarsaparilla Toe best of all medicines for all humors I I i matting prophrations to entertain sev- eralI hundred tobacco growers Trust Doubles Its Money- It is said that the tobacco trust doubles its money on every pound of tobacco it buys In other words the manufacturers make clear as muoh money as they give the farmer for the entire crop If tobacco is worth so much to the consumer is there any reason why the farmer snonld not have fair pay for prpducing such a wealth of luxury Isnt it time that the farmers were toting some of the sweets of life Those who are fortunate enough to attend the Owensboro con vention will be greatly surprised to see how thoroughly in earnest the farmers are and how much they have already nc complished The farmers are learning the tobacco business The stock excuses for low prices heretofore sent broad cast by the tobacco boards of trade are no longer swallowed blindly ana the fellows out between the tobacco rows and in the tobacco barns know about how much tobacco is grown and how much is needed to supply the demand They also know about what it costs the manufacturer to put out the stuff the consumer purchases and they know what tho consumer pays for it They cannot harmonize the statement and the facts so that only a pittance should belong to the pro ducer The sooner all planters get their eyes wide open and become fully alive to the situation the better for them Should be Represented Every county that produces enough tobacco to make a smoke should have a delegation at Owonsboro whether they are organized or not It they are not organized they soon will be when they learn how many of the organized farmers saved more money through their organization than some others made The growers in many counties of Kentucky and Tennessee have held their 1004 crops and pro making fnll preparations to hold their crop of 1005The wheat growers of Kansas many of them are dumping their wheat at 05 cents per bushbl In In diana the farmers are partially organ ized and better educated along the lines of controlled marketing and are marketing more wisely receiving 35 and 00 cents The farmers of Virginia and Kentucky where they are thoroughly organized are in some cases being offered 00 cents to 100 This shows how much wheat iIs really worth It shows what it ought to sell for and why it docs not in all cases More than all it shows that andItobacco for less than the uwensboro convention will nay it should sell Lr will be robbing his family to make a freewill ollering to the trust Come to Owensboro and learn the truth a body with a view to aiding the local doctors in checking the disease The City Council has passed string ent orders regarding the sanitary conditions of the town but the num ber of patients increases with each succeeding day After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol IE a thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Weak Heart Sour Risings Bad Breath and all Stomach troubles Sold by All Druggists To Wage Hot Fight Springfield Tenn Aug 12The Dark Tobacco District Planters Pro tective Association IS preparing to wage the hottest fight in its existence A Campaign Committee of about twenty determined farmers from Clarksville Guthrie Elkton and other points will go to Mayfield Fulton and Wiokliffe Ky Monday The whole Western KentucKY district is to be thoroughly organized Accompanying this committee will be several prom inent association speakers Picture of Howard School in Sundays CourierJournal was a picture of the Howard school near McDaniels this county The picture which was a large one showed part of the school building and the pnpils in a group r J t Webster Loses to Tobinsport A baseball team composed mostly of players from Webster went xup against the Punkin Rollers of Tobinsport on the latters grounds Sunday afternoon The game was clcso and interesting from start to finish and resulted in a score of 7 to 0 in favor of Tobiusport Players and fns in Breckcnridge county have expressed the opinion that the umpires decisions were unfairly against Web ster in a number of instances and that they would have won the game if it had not been for this At any rate Webster put up an excellent game and the spectators of whom there were several hundred got their moneys worth Perhaps over a hundred per sons attended the game from this county It was the brat Brecsenridge county team to play Tobinsport this year though there were several that played them last year NOTICE On account of the prevalence of yellow fever in tho South and the danger that tho same maj oxtend to Kentucky All persons living within the city limits of Cloverport Ky are hereby notified to clean up their premises within the next ten days by cutting weeds grass etc To drain all etttnding stagnant ponds or pools also to clean out all outhouses stables privy vaults water barrels pig pens etc that may cause unwholesome stenches or breed poisonous insects and to disenfeot same with limo or crude carbolic acid Upon failure to comply with this order all persons will be prosecuted for maintaining a nuisance and will be liable to a fine of not less than five or more tnan twentyfive dollars and the city officers will proceed to remove such nuisance and judgment will be rendered against property owners or holders for the cost of such removal L T Reid Mayor Dr F M Smith City Health Officer First Game in Two Years The Dukes nino and a team com posed ot players about town played a game ot ball Saturday afternoon near the ice factory the score being 14 to 0 in favor of the local team The local players were Geo Wendolken Chas Berry Chas OBrien Thos Harry and Clyde Morrison Lee Yea ger Joe Graham and Beavin Tucker They expect to play Camp Anderson on Saturday afternoon August 2 The larger number of the players named above are employes of the Henderson Route and are about the best local tal ent to be found The half holiday at the companys shops at the end of every weekgives them an opportunity to play on Saturday afternoon The game Saturday v as the first here- In tho past two years and there has never been so little interest here in the national sport as during that time W B Oelzes High Award W B Oelze has been awarded the fourth prize in the annual contest of the National Association of Amateur Photographers of America When the fact is stated that the print submitted by Mr Oelzo was one of 11 OIK prints entered in the contest the importance of the award arid the value it places on his ability as a photographer is apparent Two kinds of membership cards are grant ed by the Association Tire kind Mr Oelze has received is for meritorious work and this kind is limited to 120 or about three to each state The print entered in the contest by Mr Oelze is an enlarged photograph of the old covered bridge over the small stream Known as Skillmans branch just east of this city Entertainment of Delegates All the delegates and visiting brethren to the annual session of the Breck enridge Association of Baptists which meets in this city on August 31 and September 1 aro requested on arrival In Cloverport to call on J hj Keith chairman of the committee on entertainment Mr Keith will assign them to homes during tho meet ing He will most all trains and all who come overland will have their teams oared for Miss Ivy Squires Married Raymond KyAug 15Speclal The manv friends of Misd Ivy Squires will doubtless be surprised to learn of her marriage She was married to Mr Thos Oagden at Red Fork I T on August 8 Miss Squires loft here with hor fathers family for Red Fork about two months ago CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Slgrrattire G TWENTYFIVE LOTSHOLD In BreckenrIdge Addition For 2700 May Aid Growth of Town Twentyfive lots in BreokenndKe Addition to tho city of Clovorport were sold to tne highest bidders last Thursday afternoon by the Clover port Real Estate and Improvement company Tne lots were sold for 2 700 the purchasers being mainly lo cal business men some of whom have already announced their intention of building The lots were sold by D W Henry of Irvington the well known auctioneer The sale was at tondea by about two hundred people many of whom were business menSev oral business houses were closed at the hour of the sale by request of the city council in order that the em ployers and employes might attend The sale began about 145 oclock It had been announced for 10 oclock but was postponed on account of the ruin which fell in the forenoon The selling was brisk some investors buy tag lots in bunches On some the bid ding wan lively the price on one go ing from fifty dollars to over a hundred The prices paid fur the lots averaged about 100 The largest purohasers were Beaton Weatherholt tne local tim ber and lumber firm This tall they will nuild residences on the lots they boughtSeveral candidates for county offices attended the sale and were busy there and in town during the day shaking hands with the voters Among those noticed were Henry DeH Moorman and Morris ESkridge Democratic and Republican candidates respectively IIF WIIcourt clerkand Dennie Sheeran Re publican candidate for sheriff Shellman chairman of the Republican county committee was also among those preeent It is believed that tne sale of lots Thursday presages the npbuilding of the West End and means much for the growth of tho town They are ideally located end will no doubt furnish sites for many residences within the next few years They are very suitable also for factories The salve that heals without n scar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve No rem edy effects such speny relief It draws out inflammation soothes cools and heals all outs burns and bruises A sure cure for Piles and slim diseases DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by All Drug gists GibbsAdams Mr Henry Gibbs and Mrs Lillie Adams of this city were married in Louisville Monday evening at 8 oclozk in the parlors of the Presbyter ian church at Eighteen and Chestnut streets by the pastor Mr and Mrs Gibbs returned hero yesterday to wake thoir home Mr Gibbs is the News efficient pressman He came here trom Louisville last summer Agent At Stepiiensport Stephensport Ky Aug 15SJoc- ml Ed Adkisson has accepted the position of agent here for the Hender son Route Mr Adkisson and his fam ily have moved into the Netherton property Nick Netherton tho former agent is now agent at Irvington Annual Meeting in Progress Hardinsbnrg Ky Aug 15Spe- cialAll roads led Sunday to Free dom church where the annual meet ing IB in progress A large crowd from this place attended the services there Sunday Frank and William White entertain ed Saturday evening at the home of their mother Mr Jas T SKlllm Din honorlof their cousin Miss Mildred Fontaine of Louisville The following were tfie outof town guests Misses Mildred Fontaine of Louisville Elnora Lewis o AddisonAlice Board of Holt and Mes rs Temple Lewis of Addieon and Gus Riedel of Holt Miss Fontaine and brotner Virgil Fontaine of Louisville and Frank and William White werA the honor quests at a party at Holt last Wednes day given by their aunt Miss Forrie Hardin Two largo drawings from plaster oast busts the work of Harry Newsom who is attendirg an art school in Cin cinnati are on exhibition in a show window at J 0 Nolto Broa store They have attracted much attention and elicited favorable comment Subscribe for the News x With the Candidates Hardinsburg Ky Aug 15Sne- ciaLHoary Cannon the Republican nominee for assessor has selected two of his deputies They are Matthew Shrewsbury of the Hardinsburg dis trict and James Avitt of Union Star neightorhood They are excellent gentlemen and if elected will make o apable and efficient officials Elihu Meador is being strongly urged to make the race for magistrate in the Hardiusbnrg magi sterial disrict on the Republican ticuer The chances are that he will be nominated Store at Mites Run Lafayette BeHuohamp of Falls of Rough has sold illS interest in tho store of Beauchamp Eskridgo at that place and will conduct a general store at Hites Run on the turnpike halfway between Cloverport and Har dnsburg Mr Beauchamp has bought a lot trom Lew Waggoner near the latters residence on which to build a storehouse He expects to begin build ing at once Property Value Increases Hardinsburg Ky Aug 15Spe- clal The Farmers Bank has pur chased the Johnson property It con sists of the brick building now occu pied by tho bank and about onefourth of an acre of ground The exact fig urea of the consideration have not been made public but the price ex coeds the sum of 1750 A few years ago the property was considered worth only 1000Miss Mamie Snyder Dead Bowleyville Ky Aug 15Spec- ml Miss Mamie Snyder after a very short illness died at her home last Friday afternoon She was a good girl beloved by her friends and her place can not be filled For a number of years she has been her fathers housekeeper his stay and comfort in his declining years Gash Cut in Shoulder Clovis Bowlds tormerly of near town met with an accident while working in the Tell City chair fac tory cuttlna u large gash in hIs- s oulder It was not serious but it has kept him from work for several weeks Morning Star Returning Saturdays Oweoscoro Messenger stated that the handsome steamer MornIng Star is now on her way up the river tram Memphis and will like ly be placed in the Louisville and Evansville trade again Tho boat was chartered about a year ago by the Arkansas Packet company Joe Allen For Deputy Sheriff Toe Allen of this city will make the race frr deputy sheriff in this district on Dennie Sheernns ticKet John Jennings at present magistrate in this district has announced that ho will make the race for deputy sher iff on the Democratic ticket IN HONOR OF THE VISITORS In the City A Banquet Is Given By West End Society People A fish fry an annual affair here was given mainly by society people of the West End at Oelzosl Hall last Thursday evening It was given in honor of tire visitors in the city and was a most enjoyable affair It had been arranged for an outdoor entertainment but tho heavy rams of the day prevented this It was called a fish fry but fried lien was tar from being the only delectable refresh ment that was served to the guests The affair was really a banquet It was served in eight courses and was as enjoyable as elaborate The outoftown guests were as fol lows 1r and Mrs TBRandall ijonis vole Mrs Thos Watkins St Joseph 1 Mo Miss Linnio DHuy Evanston Ill Misses Ann Hainbleton and Mm nie Pierce Sorgho Miss Marian Hambleton Henderson Misses Zillah Edna and Frankie Bates Hawesville Miss Delia Conrad LenvenworthInd Mr and Mrs Harry Weaver Toronto Canada and Messrs Max Rosenblatt and C D Rue Hawesvillo Forrest Haynes Owensboro Dwiuht Randall Louisville and Shannon Lees Denver ColFollowing are the local people who were at the banquet Mr and Mrs C E Lightfoot Mr and Mrs E B Oglesby Mr and Mrs Wickliffe Do Haven Mr and Mrs S P Conrad Mr and Mrs S V Conrad Mr and Mrs F P Payne Mr and Mrs H A Oelze Mr and Mrs R L Oelze Mrs Nary Oelze Mrs Helen Adams Misses Ethel Oelze Judith Miller Grac Eva and Edith Plank Rhea Wills Kate Oglosby Josi Raitt Georgia White Mary Owen Oelze Julia Hills and Messrs Geo Younger W B Oelze Harry HillsEd English J D Babbage Tr II C Powers Gets 21 Years Hartford Ky Aug 12Tire case of the Commonwealth against Hiram Powers who killed Silas Renfrow a prominent merchant at Narrows last spring terminated in the Circuit Court tonignr the jury returning a verdict of twentyone years in the State penitentiary Picnic Financial Success Mattingly KyAug15Speotal Tho picnic given at Hardins school house Saturday by the teacher and trustees for the benefit of the school was largely attended and a success financially Rockport Fair Aug 22 to 26 The Rockport Fair Association will hold Its nineteenth annual meeting at Rocknort hid on August 22 23 24l25 and 21 t7 At9I O R111 Bean theiha Kind You liars Always BOUMt Signature of p EXCURSION T- OEvansville Henderson AND OwensboroVIA Henderson Route SUNDAY AUGUST 2O1 125TO Evansville and Henderson L1O T- OOwensboro a Special train leaves Cloverport 941 a m a nA y C rt c a i V jr IIj The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY August 10 1005 OF HEART DISEASE W 0 THOMAS DIED Declared Chas Pate After llis Arrest Was Superstitious And lie Left Hancock For Grayson In the Oweusboro Messenger hu t Wednesday morning was the following I lid not kill Mr Thomas lIe died of heart disease I left there be cause I was superstitious This statement was in ade yesterday at the Texas depot by Chns Pate charged with the killing of William O Thomas of Can nelton Ind a few miles above Hawes vile on July 3L Pate was in the custody of Sheriff Bannon of Hancock county He was arrested in Grayso county late Monday afternoon by the sheriffand brought to Owensboro on the Illinois Central road on Tuesda morning The sheriff and his prisoner remained in the city all dayam left for Huwesville on the 335 p ui Texas train- Thomas was a prominent stone con tractor of Soulhern Indiana His hone was at Caunelton He had a quarry 01 the Texas road above Hawesville Pate and his family lived near the quarry It is said that the men had a difficulty over the possession of a house It is alleged that Pale kicked Thomas in the stomach The man who was over sixty years of age slaggered fron the Louse and walked a few paces and fell to the ground dead Pate left the scene of the tragedy and nil efforts to locate him for a few day seemed in vain His wife refused tc talk about the affair and she was arrested and lodged in the Hawesville jail It was thought that she was connected with the trial and she was given an ex amining trial and held to the grand jurySheriff Baunon heard that Pate had gone to GravEOi county He left Hawesville on Monday morning for tht place where he thought Pate was hid ing He reached the house at mid night and after gaining admittance im mediately placed Pate under arrest be fore he had time to resist Pate attracted no little attention on the streets Tuesday He is a rather large man and wore an enormous straw hat His beard was long and he ap pearedas though he had had but little rest during the past week The prisoner denied emphatically that he killed Thomas He said that he had been working for Thomas tom f juryetri and seemed surprised that h should be accused of Ih deed lIis only explanation or the mans death Was that he was that he died of heart disease H re lured that he was sup erstitious a and lid not care to remain atxiut the liouse lifter Thomas died Doctor Brigham Sags MANY PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound The wonderful power of Lydia E rinkhamV Vegetable Compound over the dusenses of womankind is not be cause it is n stimulant not because it Isu palliutivc lint simply because it Is the most wonderful tonic and recon tractor ever discovered to act directly upon the generative organs positively curing dlsouu and restoring health and vigor Marvelous cures are reported from nIl parts of the country by women who have been cured trained nurses who have witnessed cures and physicians who have recognized tho virtue of Lydia lH IMnklmms Vegetable Com pound and are fair enough to give credit where it is due If physicians dared lobe frank and open hundreds of them would acknowl edge that they constantly prescribe Lydia 12 Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound in severo cases of female ills as they know by experience it can be re lied upon to effect a cure The following letter proves it Dr S 0 Brigham of 4 Brigham Park Fitchburg Mass writes It gives me front pleasuro to say that I have found Ly liu K Plnklmms Vegetable Compound I very ofiioacioiiB and often pro scribe It In my nmotleo for female dllllcultles My oldest mushier found it very benefi clal for uterine trouble some time ago and my youngest ilmightor is now taking it for a fe male weakness und Is surely gaining in health and strength spodficject und givo it honest endorsement Women who are troubled with pain ful or irregular menstruation bloating or flatulence leucorrhoca falling in flammation or ulceration of the uterus ovarian troubles that bearingdown feeling dizziness faintness indigos tion nervous prostration or the blues should take immediate action to ward off the serious consequences and be restored to perfect health and strength by taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegeta ble Compound and then write to Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass for further free advice No living person has had the benefit of a wider experience in treating female ills She has guided thousands to health Every suffering woman should ask for and follow her advice if she wants to be strong and well 4 V Trial of Mrs Pate Mrs Josie Pate better known as CI Babe was arrested in Clovetport or Thursday by Deputy Sheriff Kelly charged with complicity in the killing of William Thomas says the Hancock Clarion The warrant was procured by Ed Bolin a business associate of the the dead man Mrs Pate was brought to this city and in the absence of Judge Stephens went to jail to await examin lug trial which was begun on Friday afternoonThe was accompanied by a daughter who accompanied her mother to jail A baby about a year old was left at Cloverport but was ordered to be sent here by the court on Friday in order that it would suffer no inconven ienceThe examining trial of the woman was resumed before Judge Stephens and although the evidence was rather conflicting she was held in the sum of 150 for her appearance at the next term of circuit court As she was not able to secure bond she was sent to jailjj accompanied by her baby which she can either keep with her or send away if she pleases Mrs Pate like her husband is of a low order mentally and really made no denial of her part in the tragedy stat ing however that the dead man kicked her husband first Summer Diarrhoea In Children During the hot weather of the sum mer months the first unnatural loose ns of a childs bowels should have immediate attention so as to check the disease before it becomes serious All that is necessary is a few dos s of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a doso of castor oil to cleanse the system Rev M O atockland Pastor of the first M E Church Little Falls Minn writes We have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years and find it a very valuable remedy especially for summer disorders in children Sold by Short t Haynes Dr Rial Leaves Cannelton Dr George W Rial who has been temporarily in charge of Dr W B Annendts dental parlors has decided to locate in Owensboro for the practice of dentistry He has rented rooms over JIi R Smiths confectionery on Third street and will remove his family hereJJ in a few weeks from Cannelton where he has been practicing dentist y for more than ten years He was born and reared at Hawesville and is well k1lt nII here where he began his practice the late Dr J H Taylor Mrs Rial isJJ a daughter of Mr Alex Boyd and a sister ot Mrs Chas Babbage and is also a Kentuckian Theyand their cuiI tured family will lean addition to Owensboro socially as Dr Rial will leI professionally Owenstoro Enquirer Monthly Crop Report The monthly report of tho State Agricultural Department tor August ibowing the condition of tho crops specially wheat and tobacco is in brief as follows Th corn croj promises a full aver igeThe yield of wrest is much below in average and the grain is not good ILtoh of it threshed tough and showing sprout d grains The oat crop tarring damage done by excessie tnois turt is a full ono Burley tobacco is i jelow till average of the last five year Condition also below average Datk tobacco compared with five year ago is much below Conditions low on account of lack of proper cul tiivfttion and water soobing orn Prospect for average crop 5 years 101 Vheat For cent of yield compared with average 85 Vhoat Quality of berry88at- ePer cent of yield compared with average073tirley- Prospect for average crop 5 years 02II Hurley Condition of crop August 185 DarkProspect for average crop 5 year 72 ark Condition of crop August 1 83I Bryan For President AgainI An associated press dispatch fromI Milwaukee says Vm Jennings Jrynn virtually sidetracking thoI political principles that caused his defeat in 1890 and 1000 will nndonbt e dly bo time Democratic nominee for resident in 1008 Be has publicly outlinEd his ideas of tho platform hat should be adopted It is radical hough to keep his radical followers in line and it is conservative enough to win the support of most of the Democrats who repudiated him in for tier campaigns Ohio River Survey Assistant United States Engineer S Crecelius of Philadelphia arrived in Louisville last week to take charge of the survey of the Ohio river looking lo a thirteenfoot stage to Pittsburg All the work is to be done under the direction of the Louisville office Kentucky Fourth in Revenue Kentucky ranks fourth among the tales for internal revenue collectiousits payments aggregating fil 754300 Subscribe for the Nawa t Q PHIL BROWN STILL LIVES Federal Prisoner From This Count Not Dead as Reported There is no foundation for the atom which has been published that Phhil Brown federal prisoner died of smallpox in the DaVieS county jail sas last Thursdays Owensboro Messenger Brown is alive and well and has not had smallpox or any other disease accord ing to the statements of the jail ai thorities the federal jail physician and Deputy United States Marshal Nichols Murshal Nichols pays that lift heard the report of Browns death several days ago and at once went to the jail to invests gate He saw Brown end had a taik with him in which he stated that he had not so much as been feelin puny Brown was arrested some time ago iin Meade county on the charge of utoonI shining He was taken to Louisville where his examining trial was heM after which he was brought to Owens horo and placed in jail Early last spring Dick Brown his brother was arrested on the same charge and held over to the grand jury by Commissioner Lindsey Both the Browns are now in the Daviess county Jail The met are said to have operated a moonshine still near Meeting Creek postoffice In Breckeuridge county The still was raided and destroyed by Deputy Marshal Nichols and other officers Contract For Capitol Let The State Capitol Commission has awarded tho contract for tho construe tion of tho now State Capitol to the General Supply and Construction Company of New YOrk at its bid or 880000 There were fourteen bidder for the general construction ranging in bids from the successful one to 1007 000 Tho stone to bo used IS Bedford all contractors bidding 100000 higher on Bowling Green and other Kentucky stone B B Taylor presides of the successful company is a young man twentysix years old and presented his bid in person He gave born in the sum of 225000 to complete the work in two years with a penalty of 50 per day for every day over thi allotted time 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 stoinaon must be kept healthv pure and sweet or the strength will let down and disease will set np 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 bv tne use of Kodo Dyspepsia Cure Sold by All Drug gists Down in Hancock J W Bates came down from Tar Springs Saturday to loon after his affairs but returned Sunday to spend some time drinking the water Prof J W Jarrett of Stephens port was here last week attending the taohrI institute Ho will teach t1e next session at Lew import Mias Lena Payne assistant cashier in tho Stephensport Bank came down and spent Sunday with Judge and MM J S Adair The now gasoline boat Billie II ente ed this port Thursday evening a out U oclock on her first trip Sht is now plyng in the HawesvilleTell City trade and is much better equip ped for this service than her compan ion Brownie IIIt is understood that the Billie will run excursions ac cording to the moon schedule Hancock Clarion For sunburn tetter and all skin and scalp diseases DeWitts Witch Hazel salve has no equal It is a cecrtain sure for blind bleeding itcning and protruding piles It will draw tne fire out of a burn and heal without leaving a scar Boils old sores carbuncles etu are quickly oared by the use of the genuine DeWitts Witoh Hazel Salve Accept no substitute as they are often dangerous and uncertain Sold by All Druggists Truth About a Good Man Prof Abel Powell was down from Tobinsoort on Monday and paid us a pleasant call He came to say goodby and to order the Enquirer to follow urn to his new home at Sebree Ky to which place he will remove next week Prof Powell has accepted the inpcrintendenoy of the Sebree schools We sincerely regret to seo him leave this part of the country but he is going to his new field with the inducement jf a handsome salary and a hearty welcome from the people thorn Prof Powell is a master of his profession and a perfect gentleman with it all mud tho people of Sobrce have every reason to congratulate themselves upon their wise choiceCannelton Enquirer New Brandenburg Route Rural free delivery route N 2 has been ordered established October 16at Brandenburg Senior Class 19U5 Louisville Training School Beechmont Ky J IS BACKED BY l AND N A Report In Louisville Regarding Road From Mndlsonvllle Thursdays Courier Journal It was reported yesterday that tit Louisville and Nashville Railroad Com parry was pushing the construction of the proposed new line from Madison vile to Irvinglon by the way of Ford slime and had agreed to purchase the line following its completion The re port came from railroad men who have been visiting the cities interested in the new line Under present plans it is the intention of a company of Mudisonville cap italists to build a steam line from Mad isonville to Fordsvllle where it will connect with the Fordsville branch of the L H and St L The L and N officials are said to be anxious to see this line go through as it would be one more step loward a direct line from Louisville to Paducah Recognizing the fact that Paducah will be an Ohio river crossing in a few years to come it is the intention of time L and N officials to get a better foothold in the city than they now have At present the L anti N reaches Paducah only by running so far south that it nearly enters Tennessee and the Illinois Central has a distinct advantage on di tanceIt also said that this net railroad will open a territory of undeveloped country which is not tapped by any railroadand that large shipments of grain tobacco lumber and coal will be sent to Louisville by means of it At present the greater portion of these shipments go to Evansville by time way of Green river Should the L and N secure the new branch it would be but a step to connect Madisonville with Paducah running their trains from Fordsville over time L H and St Li and not only securing a direct route to Paducah hut the benefit of developing a virgin territory Peculiar Disappearance J D Kunyan of Bntlerville 0 laid the peculiar disappearance ot bis painful symptoms of indigestion and biliousness to Dr Kings Now Life Pills He says They are a pertect remedy for dizziness sour stomach headache constipation etc Guaran teed at Short dt Hpynes drug store price 25c Send in your Subscription now Liquor Licenses in Aleatie A E Guedry made application for tavern license to sell liquor at Ekron Monday in the County Court Judge Hogan refused to grant license on the ground teat local option prevailed in said town Mr Gnedry was granted on appeal and the case will be tried in tne Circuit Court J E Mattingly was granted tavern license to soil liquor at Concordia Protest of Lil Brown James Stephenson W A Duibit Thos Elder E W Davis Mark Hardin and T J Roberts was tiled against tho granting of said license Paul Mills was granted distillers license to sell brandy at his distillery near RhodeliaMeade County Mes senger oAS 1ORX Aloam thelimo KM You Have Always Bought nature AIflr WINCHESTER t RIFLE AND PISTOL CARTRIDGES Winchester Rifle agd Pistol Cartridges of all calibers are loaded by machinery which sizes the shells supplies the exact quantity of powder and seats the bullets properly By using firstclass materials and this uptodate system of loading the reputation of Winchester Cartridges for accuracy reliability and excellence is maintained They cost no more than inferior makes Ask for them and insist upon getting them THEY SHOOT WHERE YOU HOLD CIIAS REDMANS SERVICES I To Irvlngton Recollections of 40s H L Bell Writes From Ou ton Ohas Redman and family formerly of Irvington visited Mrs Rodmans parents Mr and Mrs G W Smith before leaving for their new home in Tennessee Mr Redman is an educated business man and leaves a great many friends who regret to give him up as neighbor and triend He has been in the strvice of the L H St L lailroad company for the past ten or twelve years and served as police judge in the town of Irvington hflohiK to build his town from only a scanty number up to a beautiful little town with a population of six hundred Mr and Mrs Ed Y Peak of Louisville spent a week with their old friend R J Patterson Mr Peak is a great hunter and dog fancier and his wife is very fond of travelingand- she frequently accompanies her hus band to different parts of the country on his hunting expeditious They have visited nearly every state east of the Mississippi river Mr PeaK lies spent his life in the Falls City and says he remembers the town long be fore it halt electric cars and automo boles for he lived at Fifth nnd Broad way and only had to look South across the street to see large forest trees He also tolls of a great many interesting things that existed there away back in the 40s During his boyhood he lived down near Portland i nd was person ally acquainted with a great many of the steamboat captains and pilots and having no canal and no street car lite then the passengers on the boats were carried from Portland to Louisville in hacks The cargoes ot freight were hauled on drays which sometimes made processions halt a mile in length Ernest Smith has gone to Cincinnati where ho has a position as traveling salesmanEugene Smith was at home from Chicago He is ono of the foremost railroad men of the west having ser ved in nearly every capacity In the railroad world He has been in every State in theunionH Bell Ltuaton Ky HAS STOOD ruE TEST 25 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine in a tasteless form Nocure no pay Me Will Fight Wall Street A New Orleans special to the Cin cinnati Post last week said Stomach perfect digestion BOON bottle today medicine leading druggists express prepaid receipt regular price bottle bottles Jf advices received by bear operator cotton market New York that Wallst back him will prices cotton down week cents next week still lower farmers South putting buttons reading We Will Bust Wallst Officers Southern Cotto have sent orodcast matrons farmers ordering them hold cotton cents Many farmer have taKen their crop town have hauled back home say they burn before they will than that print Farmers breaking rules attend meetings Spot men buying futures believing the farmers hold hither prices Southern bankers have offerea the Cotton money needed assist fight Expense Acute attacks colic diarrhoea come wihout warning prompt relief must obtained There necessity the expense service Colic Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy hand dose this remedy relieve patient before doctor could arrive never been known the most severe family should without by Short Haynes Local middle option contest Tho town now with licensed saloons though politic has filed the county signed legal voters town asking that October fixed date upon which question again voted Clar All tobacco received handled past summer spring by American Society Equity the Pace tobacco factory been prized shipped Louisville await the further orders the finance committee the county union the Society bout 8500 pounds the total amount shipped Season Open The season open the shooting doves squirrels The squir closes again will remain closed until Novem when the quail opened UQUOPEPSO MARVELOUS TONIC positive guaranteed Indigestion Constipation Inactive Dyspepsia Biliousness Loan Appetite complete euro Bowel troubles greatest medicine known modern best because effects complete mat new blood strengthens the nerves tones up the you want tho HEALTH use LIQUOPEPSO Get a will do you more good than any you can buy For sale by alt yoU laD to find your drug store will bo sent you by upon the JLOO per for 500 Address THE 20TH CENTURY CHEMICAL COMPANY BROWNSVILLE TENNESSEE t rtC IBeoause of of a prominent in the in he has of and put of this to and all over the are on 1 or the Association pronlaj to o for 12 who to it and will sell it at less are quarantine to the are in determination to tor Association all to in th e I Unnecessary of rand on and be is no of incurring of A physicians in such cases if Chamberlains and is at A of will the It has to fail even in and dangerous case and no be it For sale Option Election Lowlsporfc in the of a loca is ont oeen in com by 53 of the 2H bo th the can be uponHancock ion Equity Tobacco Shipped the and the and tho of at J B has and to to of of of A was to Louisville Squirrel is now for of and gal law on September 15 and ber 15 law is THE DELICIOUS AND NUTRITIOU cure for Liver of and a for all IA and It is the times It the a cure to of U If it at of or C 9 it a R is a as I to is U It If it THE 20TH CENTURY LIVER PILL Is anuptodata pill They make a clear head and a sound liver It is the only pill that will give you satisfaction and perfect relief it will not gripe not make you sick but reaches tho live Just right They are thobest you can take and tho best yoni money can buy One trial will convince yooj Price 25 cents per box of 80 pills Sent poatpaif upon receipt ofthe price Get a box Ifyour drug gut can not supply you send to us at once f rr k 4 r i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY August JO lOOS M ATE DISMISSED ON CHARGE OF MURDER Shows Court That W 0 Thomas Was Victim of Heart Failure Situation Is Rather Tangled Charles M Pate who was accused of the murder of W U Thomas an aged stone mason and contractor of Cannclton at the rock quarry two miles west of town on July 31 was dismissed of the charge at his exam ining trial at Hawcsville last Thurs day Pate accompanied by his wife returned to Cloverport Thursday even ing on the accommodation train and went to the home of JaR Logsdon his brother in h w Pate was arrested in Grayson county near Olaton Ohio county by Sheriff Bannon of Hawes ville the first of last week Regarding Pates examinin trial a dispatch from Hawesville under date- f August 10 in the Owensborp Mes saysWcIOharles Pate who was accused ofr the murder of William O Thomas a tthe rock quarry above town did no find many believers on the day of hisi arrest when he declared that he had nothing to do with the mans deathI and that ho died of heart disease lint yesterday when he was arraigned for examining trial here he stuck to theI story Not only this but hE succeeded in making it appear plausible enough that he was dismissed 111ne people of Hancock county generally believe now that Thomas death was due to heart failure an the finding in Pates trial is a pop ular one It is expected however that the grand jury will make a thorough investigation cf the facts in the case The situation is a bit tangled On August U Pates wife was arrested here as an accomplice to the murder of Thomas and taken to Hawesville where her examining trial was had the day following This was before Pate was located At Mrs Pates examining trial before Judge Stephens the nvidenco was rather conflicting but she was held in the sum of 1150 for her appearance at the next term of circuit court The day Pate was missed she succeeded in giving fnd Jesse Marlow Dt Patesville and Higdon ofr Hawesville being the sureties Marshal DeMavens Information Helped Cannon to Arrest Pate Pate would not have been arrested as soon as he was if it hun not been for information as to his whereabouts wnioh was furnished him by Marshal Orfila DeEaven of this city Marshal DeHaven learned of Pates presence near Olaton through a letter received hero and informed Sheriff Bannon of the fact The latter went to Grayson county at once and had no trouble locating and arresting the man Pates statement on being arrested and other matter regarding the affair which was prepared previous to his examining trial will be found elsewhere in this issue TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE UKOMO QUININE Tab lots All druggists rotund the money It It falls to cureW Groves signature Is on each box x Word Indemnity Not Used Portsmouth N H Aug 10 Reimbursement for tho expenses sustained in tbe prosecution of the wnr and the cession of the Island of Salt I Jt The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In thisI country most dangerous decepLive pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often result of kidney disease If kidney trouble is al lowed to advance wood will attack thejj vital organs or the kldne ithei waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers the great kidney liver and bladder remedy It corrects Inability to hold urine and scald Ing pain In passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to- go often during the day and to get up many I times during the night The mild and the j extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot is pleasant to take and sold j by all druggists In fiftycent and onedollar mayhavethis wonderful new discovery and a book that byitheart the th- eklineypoisoned Sbreakdow1vand SwampRoot tells all about It both nomeofswampnoot= 1 sent free by naIl Address Dr Kilmer Cojj BInghamton N When writing mention reading this generuus offer In this paper Dont make any mistake but remember tbejj name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp toot and the address Binghamton N Ytion every bottle t I IFirstFoot Ball Team Loulsvi le Trainn r School Becchmont Ky Wheat Growers Are Urged Not to bet Stampeded By Speculative Stories a From upToDate lFarming Strenuous efforts are being made as are made every year to induce farmers to hurry their wheat upon the market nt cut prices net for the bene fit of those who consume the flour but for the Benefit of those who store the pridco to which they can pusn it The crop of 1005 is a somewhat bet ter one than that of 1004 but it enters a market almost entirely bare and fair prices must prevail unless farms foolishly throw away their opportunity Do not be frlghtene by speculative stories of foreign crops or supplies The chief feature perhaps 1In the general position just now is the very large continental demand At the present time we have about SSOfi 000 quarters afloat for the United Kingdom against 4245000 last year There is in fact every indicatibn that the season will finish with extremely small stocks available in England France Germany Spain and Italy as well as in America so that pending definite information with regald to the growing crop tnere is little thane of prices giving way while it is ob halin constitute the main features of the peace conditions handed by Baron Kotnura to Mr Witte at the conclu sion of the morning session of the plenipotentiaries in the general stores building of the Portsmouth navy yard The word indemnity was carefully avoided the term employe 1 being reimbursed for the cost of the war No sum is fixed the amount being left for mutual adjustment between the two countries after the Japanese expenditure has been ascertained These are the two all importsnt con ditions and those which the Russia- plenipotentiaries find absolutely nnac ceptahle as they are however It ant- be stated that these two principalI conditions did not come as a surprise to the Kussian plenipotentiaries Sick headache results from a disord eyed condition of the stomach and iis quickly cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Short Haynes Cardinal Gibbons on Divorce The head of the Catholic Church in this country does not mince matters in his essay on Pure Womanhood in the September Cosmopolitan It is astonishingly emphatic and his discussion of womans responsibility in the home and the divorce question is recommended to every woman iin the country no matter vhat he religious creed It is certainly one of the most stimulating utter ances relating to the home sphere that have appeared in a lon time Rock feller Buys Mammoth Cave Special to the News It is learned from the most trustworthy source that the agents of the Standard Oil magnateJnoD Rookfell erhavo purchased the Mammoth Cave and will shortly move it to the State of New York The people of the sur rounding counties of Grayson Bnllitt Warren Hardin and Barren are very indignant at what they term the unscrupulous vandalism of Mr Rocke fellerThe Mammoth Cave ia one ot the greatest natural wonders on earth and people from all over the world have journeyed to the United States for no other purpose than to see this wonderful cave It has done more to advertise Kentucky in foreign lands than all other r 1 1t1 r vions that any serious impairment the crop outlook in any of the principal countries could hardly fail to ex ercise an immediate and decisives effect Tho Indian crop is two million1 quarters below that of last year and1 none of the European or South Ameri can countries report an excess Hence there is no reason at all for a depres sion in prices In our country there is no bumper crop and late excessive rains have reduced the condition and impairedI the quality while tbe straightening out ot the angle In the cotton situat- IOn and the rapid approach of the price to its proper level will invigor ate the domestic market by stiffening the demand So there is not a single element iinI all the whole world that points to a price below a dollar Dont sell for less Dont be stampeded Remember the world needs all the whertt not part of it Remember the demand con tinues over 12 months not a month o two things combined ThQ vtry name off Kentucky abroad Doing associated withI the Mammotb Cave Why the capric ious fancy of Mr Rockfeller would prompt him to want to take the lIam moth Cave to Now York is beyond our comprehension Kindly take notice that Elys Liquid Cream Balm is ot great benefit toI those sufferers from nasal catarrh who cannot inhale freely through the nose but must treat themselves by spraying Liquid Cream Balm differs is form but not medicinally from the yearns at till dead of remedies for catarrh atomizerIThe price including a spraying tube is 75 cte Sold by druggists amII mailed by Ely Brothers 00 Warren Street New YorK Dr Adkisson At West PointI The West Point correspondent of the Elizabethtown News stated list week that Dr S B Adkisson form erly of Cloverport would soon open a dental office over the K arid I banlrIat that place WAY TO TREAT HAY FEVERI No Stomach Dosing Just Breathe Hyomel Stops Sneezing and j Smarting j Short Haynes are recommending J hayrfever Hyomel It Is claimed for this remedy that it stops the spasmodic paroxysms the I sneezing the smarting and running 1 agategsymptoms Many persons have been cured of hay fever by Hyomei and the discov ji erer of the remedy professes to be able to prevent both the occurrence J of the annual attack and to stop theII progress of the disease even in the I most uhronic forms t A Hamlin ot Westford Maps writ s Hyomoi oared me of hay tever in one weeKs time I consider it a duty to tell others wno suffer from this disease This endorsement is only one of hundreds that have loon received by the proprietors of Hj omei and Short Haynes offer to refnnd the money if Hyomei ices not do all that is claimed for Iit It is tho strongest proof that can be given as to the confidence they have in Hyomei yer to care 1bayibut 100 while extra bottles can be procured for GO cents 1 rJ 1 Rockfellers Sunday School From the Church Economist- It was my privilege in July to visit the noted school superintended by Mr John D Koofeller this Oil King It was July and the weather was hot nevertheless the superintendent was found in his place the school was goodfMr Rockfellers school Is th Euclid avenue Baptist Cleveland Ohio HP has been superintendent for thirtyfive years Mrs Rockfeller has been superintendent of the primary department daring tho same period In the winter they are in New York city but during tne summer they are in Cleveland They are regular in at tendance The school begins at 9iiO A M and lasts for one hour The average at tend nco is about 500 The Sunday school meets in the chapel and in the Sunday school rooms Tile church is a down town church and is not an ar istocratic church as some have sappos ed Mr Rockfeller is in touch with his entire school He is an ideal sup erintendent in that he delegates the work to others hut has supervision over it all He was in the primAry de partment during the opening session and in the main school for the closing Mr Rockfeller is seldom absent from Rockfollerrbelieves iu formation and also in reformation I While I was talking to Mr Rook feller a young man walked past us Mr RocKfeller said That young man came into our prayer meeting two years ago on the Oth of November Hn came in drunk but he went away converted anl has been a faithful worker ever since This shows how much per sonal attention is paid to the individ ual Was in Poorllealth for Years Ira W Kelley of Mansfield Pa writesIII was in poor health tor two years suffering from kidney and bladder trouble anti spent consider able money consulting physicians without obtaining any marked benefit but was cured by Foleys Kidney Cure aud I desire to add my testimony that it may be the cause of re storing the health of others Refuse subBtiutes Sold by A R Fisher Cloverport Negro Thief The Patesvillo correspondent of the Hawesvillo Plaindealer pays II A thief entered a house on tho farm of J W Lynen a few days ago and stole a suit of clothes and some other articles The thief was a negro man whose name in given by parties who talked with him as that of Frank Robinson He lives at Cloverport and has scars on his face He was seen by Tom Kelly a few days ago boarding a train at Skillman carrying a little bundle Three or four other houses were entered by the same negro This lad made a raid here early m the sumner and several articles were stolen The scoundrel should be caught and lodged in the pcnitentury where they are prepared to keep that kina of stock M Fiendish Sufferings often caused by sores ulcers and cancers that eat 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 found Soothes and heals cuts burns 1 and scalds 25o at Short Haynes drug store guaranteeds Attend G II Stones Funeral i Mr and Mrs WioUiffe DeHaven and Miss Mamie DeHaven were at Frankfort Friday to attend the funeral- of G H Stone father of Mrs Ira DeHaven Mr Stone died at tho Confederate Home at Pewee Valley last G Thursday at an advanced ago He had een ill suite the federate Reunion in he toot part- Subscribe t for the NEWS I of = f1oIc cdJJ r VEGETABLE SICILIAN HALLSHairRenewerA highclass preparation for the hair Keeps the hair soft and glossy and prevents splitting at the ends Cures dandruff and always restores color to gray hair l- K4T1uTtYcoptSi1foouJU ONEGALLONOfEACH fp IOCa PURE Raw y HOUSE PANT LNSEfDOfL fOff4 THggr3TpANTImp- ortant Memorandum ulIAO hftn lfn n nh un awVNuu n OP a SJ au S n T 0 u 00lt henwt sellsou paint you buy the hnseedn l separately Ce know trm our experience that pjmfc without rrsi IImwei oil is not going io lest Srn liig Ifourset nuj look well in the tftfinmne but mhrod shat Were here in basin s sisudwhen we recommend Kmloch Pjnt we cerumly irm1 Ie 11 n itiying qtulmri too nle un give you f mc r rnjiion on pointing When you are ready to buy cume e j a nut J d doch NOISE PAINT We will JupplyypuI at the wrx tote with Iresh put IinKCa OIl I R S BANDY Irvington Ky KINUOCM PAINT COMPANY jj TICONSIDER T tJI COLORADO as a sort of halt wayhouso between you and thee PORTLAND FAIRIt is the break in the journey where you may unspan so to speak pull off your coat climb the mountains whip the trout streams or if preferable do a little plain loafing When two so great attractions one artificial the other natural lie thus in the same direction its a mistake to let pass the opportunity to see them especially if it be remem bered that one fare covers both I I IFRI mno TI1E11F TWINTRAINS TRAINSTO TEXAS requestI further information write General Passenger Agent I1FOl St Louis FriscoII Extremely Low Rates ANNOUNCED VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Extremely low rates are announced via the Southern Railway from Louis ville for the following special occasions S 2925 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Coland return August 11 12 and 1WI account Fraternal Order of Eagles S 2300 Denver Colorado Springs atrl Pueblo Col and return Angust 29 to Sept 2 insclusive account National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic 1585 Athens Ga and return July 18 and li account Athens Summer School- S 665 Chattanooga Tenn and return Sept 10 17 and 18 account Regimental Reunion Ann ver sary Battle of Chickamauga 56150 Portland Ore anti return daily up to and inluding Sept 30 ac count Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition- S 7250 Portland Ore nnd return going or returning via San Francisco and Los Angeles frequent dates during July August and Sept account Lewis and Clark Centen nial Exposition 6650 San Francisco or Los Angeles Cal and August 0 to 14 inclusive 57250 San Francisco Los Angeles or San Diego Cal and return fre quent dates during July August and September Chap Homeseekers tickets round- trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points July 4 and 18 Aug 1 and 13 Sept 5 and 10 Corre spondln ly low rates other Southern Railway Stations For additional information folders schedules etc address A R COOK C P T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C11 IIUNGERFORD 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky R ALLEN A G P A St Louis Mo W II TAYLOE G IP A Washington D C OneMinute CoughGuru For Cough Colds and Croup 1 i- Full Information on GEOII LEE G P A U I McGUIRE D PA Little Rock Ark Cincinnati O I from The Meteor through to Fort Worth Posies St Louis 230 pm daily The Texas Limited through to Dallas Houston Galveston and San Antonia leaves St Louis 821 p m daily Observation Cars Fred Harvey Moals System Mo LOW SETTLERS RATES TO POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST a Via Cotton Belt Route On first and third Tuesdays of each month round trip tickets will bo sold to points in South east Missouri Arkansas Louisi finn and Texas at rate of one fare plus 2 Stopovers allowed on the going trip 21 days in which to return Cotton Belt Route trains leave St Louis morning and evening making connection with all lines andcarry sleepers chair cars and parlor cafe cars Write in for literature describ ing the cheay lands along the Cot ton Belt Route for maps time table and information about rates etc LO5CHAEFERTPAC- otton Celt Route Cincinnati O TELEPHONES AND SWITCHBOARDSALSO Large Stock of Electric l Light Street I TeleI SEND FOR CATALOGUE JAS CLARK Jr CO 313 WMaln St LOUISVillE KY i t f w lf I i f V 7 5 1SI THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine tho label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should vivo their old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16 1905 THOUGHTS lIp it be true that in this historic state prevail practices which tend to degrade and debauch our political life it will not avail to excuse ourselves on the score of the influx of foreign born population Our fellow citizens of foreign berth often shame us by their devotion to American ideals and by their spirit of sacrifice Bishop Brewster The Modern Miller StLouissnys Special reports from milling correspondents in the principal winter wheat states show the most of the farmers are stacking or storing thei wheat except in Michigan and Nebraska In the latter states where the yield is large and quality fine the selling has been free though an inclination to hold has developed since the recent decline in the price In Kentucky Tennessee and Texas the quality of the grain is so poor that farmers are selling fearing that condition of wheat is so bad it will not keep Little of the Texas crop is fit for milling In the other states farmers where not stacking are storing their whent It is generally reported that on the basis of price of SO to SO cents at the markets farmers are disposed to hold Larger percentage of the wheat grown In the territories of Missouri Illinois and southern Indiana is of inferior quality and it is that description which is being marketed ROOSEVELT OX ltJl1PERoIllCE In his speech nt Wilkesbnrre Penn last Thursday President Roosevelt devoted most of his time to the matter of temperance We quote liberally from his speech believing that what he says on the subject is good reading for the masses Mr Roosevelt not only preaches temperance and sobriety but he lives it in his everyday life The President was speaking to a big convention of Catholic Total Abstinence Union and United Mine Workers He said in part- I am particularly glad to speak to this audience of miners and their wives and children and especially to speak under the auspices of this great temper ance society In our country the Imppiness of all the rest of our people depends most of all upon the welfare of the wageworker and the welfare of the farmer If we can secure the welfare of these two classes we can be reasonably certain that the community as a whole will prosper And we must never forget that the chief factor is securing the welfare alike of wageworker and of farmer as of everybody else must be the man himself The only effective way to help anybody is to help him help himself There are exceptional times when any one of us needs outside help and then it should be given freely but normally each one of us must depend upon his own excre tions for his own success The factor must influential in determining any mans success must ever be the sum of that mans own qualities of his knowledge foresight thrift and courage Whatever tends to increase his selfrespect whatever tends to help him overcome the temptations with which all of us are surrounded it is of benefit not only to him but to the whole community of to tear it C W Hamman 50 in Gold the rNoon lance society t61quence to even more cc that in this those whoseFor or will not ct ing of anger little ones wi West lion proud and and eaq rtt YOU CAN AND TRY THE MACHINE rights of those rules of IN YOUR TOWN Everythin selfrespect stain to muke highest stands The PreslIS SIGN said he knew flY KNOWletter was as STOREwhichso in its relatu AREmuchthe institution iauity amonjjED OF of 1000 and 101 of riot connected with this country I Haven Long Branch Ekron 90 60 I Mystic I i INSPECT I f I DEALING I OWNIBACKED BY THE SINGER shorter the he A1 apparent ell SOLD OR RENTED ATwill eventuall with Kylaborshould have ft steady hand at of the temperaJ into the mover Now in to grow worse tendency oOD g IS THIS temperance 1112 the increase The Memphis News But it is i prosperous life and ff performance of average family man can be a spite of the things that is mighty all lie Is a goo I his wife The Presider in the history of this land has everywhere I for the legal BE her more and poured out i 11Icntwrthv 3 ti Vest has a record breaking crop that is- years The R Vr labor to the I to harvest And it takesI corn cr ell it to a of flour then m previous years hRs a crop coming on and the Typhoid fev- Pbiladelphla asF0 talking tcn cent cotton and New Orleans Thorn crop of the country promises to bo 300000 cases for the r than over The indicated corn means something liko 1040000 Public opinioi farmers I all the time fore are indicated bumper crops of oats rye rice men in office aley tobacco and hundreds ofI in the 1 forces of graft at j armor is not alone in being blessed Clark Alston nailbo sea the factories are humming with busy life T are no strikes of consequence andno prospect I industry is many months behind its F0j111JeelI ci plant and car shop is worked to great arteries of commerce the and I Imare carrying all they of business the retail stores are I as0iiatheir reports finest show records a steady increase in savings city of enterprise has its homebuilding boom ps never anywhere in the world didan ile live letter then do the people of this coun F YorkrIai season ends 200000 Americansi have In 85000 people in u single six ball games I ggeSt1 011 f t I in this land of the free NI1f 1f1r lJlr JbMMIMWMA1411N Cannelton Commercial Brass Band Twenty Pieces A 100 Graphophone Given Away- Go Hammans Store Cloverport and Play Gives to WinnerI danger Excursion Point 125 Bartles 125 Rock 125 F Guston Brandenburg loo 125 115 Irvington 8QIWebster 70 45jj govelrnhim EST MADE the OWN IFAIR GUARANTEE GOOD TO COUNTRY illFrbm exercises go 11211cybefore nature Icornucopia generously fullest wheat Islake barrel goodcuttonE- South prosperity before whole August- 11rlresent price potatoesworth stronger j orders ships can before t Philadelphia BIiAL tied Lodiburg wrongGod Mllam TUCKYS- TTATEThe FAIR IT LEXINGTON eptember 1823 IQ DAYS 25000 6 IN PREMIUMS IGREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK EVERSMPTEDy r ctionslMagnificent Exhibitions ous PUSS BAND of40 Pieces Catalogue or Further Information Address I BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky I r l BUGGIES AND WAGONS I Wo have two buggies on hand we will sell at cost in order to close them out Come and look at our stock of road wagons McOLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky Hardware Stoves Etc J1ff1lAI Io DRMOFFETFS TEETHING POWDERS costs Only 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to C J MOFFETT M D Sf Mo Mother Hesltato no longer but savo the health and llfeot your child as thousands done by giving these TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly and overcomes the effects the summers heatupon tocthingchlldrtA CLEAN UP YOUR PREMISES YellowLittle Danger Of Fever Mere Yet Such 1 hlng May Occur The News does not like to have to call the attention of the people of Cloverport to the fact that it is impor tant that the town should bo cleaned up from front to rear and that it iis necessary that every thing that Iis deleterious to health should be re moved from the towu The city boardl of health composed of Mayor L T Reid and Dr F M Smith city health officer has notified the citizens that they must clean up their premi ses within the next ten days by pub lashing an official notice in the News and by distributing hand bills to that effect but it seems that some prop erty holders are late every summer about taking this important step and are neglectful unless repeatedly noti fied and cautioned about the detrimental results that may follow if they do not take it It would seem that every property holder would be glad to show his appreciation of the ttervi ces of the town authorities by cooper ating with them in a work of great benefit to all For several weeks the city has been cleaning the streets and a few citizens have cleaned their side walks and premises yet as a town as a whole there hus been no systematic cleaning up On account of the prevalence of yellov fever in the South and the danger that the same may extend to Kentucky this is the way the first part of the notice to clean up in VIl verport begins there is little danger that yel Idw fever will get here yet such a thing may occur The disease is raging in other places ana it may striKe here before it abates Looking at it from this view point the News feels that it is very necessary that immedi ate steps be taken for the prevention- of tnis and other diseases especially typhoid lever from which there isI more danger than any other SIX MILLION ACRES The State of Texas will place on sale Sept let 1005 six million acres of state lands scattered throughout the state at from 100 to 300 per acre onefourth cash down forty years time on balance 3 per cent interest Write for particulars also about cheap rates to the Southwest Aug 1C Sept 5 and 10 Oct 3 and 17 E W LaBEAUME G P and T A Cotton Belt Monte St Louis Mo I LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COI- NCOnPORATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and EvabS vine- Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evunsville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 176 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154 J50 i58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6F and P A 6EOH WILSON Slipt O 4 Cures Cholera Infantum Diarrhoea Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles of Children of Jtny Jtge Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strength ens the Child and MAKES TEETHING EASY Luis have powders counteracts of While q J AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 3 Your Watch 3 Repaired = and Guaranteed 3 33Ifwo dont do as we say we will = we will return your money We have firstclass land guaranteed = goods In watchedc- locks chairs charms rings spectacles silverware etc at S Prices You Cannot Duplicate = Elsewhere We lIve Lore and everybody = knows us If our word is npt good dont believe what we say Our big sales and Immense amount of repairs speak what people believe = 3 TrC LEWIS SON 14 YOUR JEWELERS = HARD1N5BURQ KENTUC- KYyyyyyyyyyyy1T71Vf I Veyne Sour StomachNoness headache constipation bad brttth general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach arc all due to Indigestion Kofel cures Indigestion This new discovery rirents tho natural Juices of digestion uthy exist In a healthy stomach combined via the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does get only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles 1by cleansing purifying sweetening and halagtheMr S S Bill of R T niwood W Vs ttyii curKodolI I for baby Kodol DIgtits What You sat Bottlti only S 100 Six holdlni 2K tints tks Ml tilt which Milt for 80 cents Prpard by ft O DWITT A OO OHIOAM Sold by allJ DrjiKRlsts Ask for the 1905 Kbdol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar SUMMER EXCURSION VIAIILLINOIS CENTRAL RR to California and Colorado- and to the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition PORTLAND OREGON at special reduced rates waycolonistin each month to points in Mississippi and Louisiana I Homeseekers round trip on the first and third Tuesdays to points in Indian Territory Oklahoma Ar kansas Texas Etc Cheap Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark via Memphis Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to CALIFORNIA Excursion cars through to Los AnRees and San Francisco via New Orleans Every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednes day from Chicago Full Particulars concerning all of th above can bo had ot Horne Agents or brl addressing F W HARLOW D P A LoulsTil The Breckenridge NewsII r WEDNESDAY August 16 1905 i THE BOATNER CASEI NOW OUT OF COURT Last Chapter is Written in The i A Now Famous Schlitzbaum And Boatner Robby of 28000I The last chapter bas been written In the BoatuerSchlitzbauni story which began three years ago when J W Boatner walked into the office of the American Express company in Owensboro and offered to Agent Burch- n package which lie sail contained aS 000 and which he wanted to ship to Fordsville Shortly afterwards Boatner and A B Schlitzbaum the agent at Fordsville were arrested on the charge of conspiracy in the removal of the package Since I then at varying in tervals a new chapter has been added Last Thursday the case of J W miner against the American Express lipijbpany a damage suit for 2000 for alrSged malicious prosecution was call ed in circuit court at Hartford Boat ner was not present making a con tinuance necessary A motion was sustained requiring the plaintiff to give bond for costs Ben D Ringo Boatners attorney refused to execute such bond and the case was thrown out of court It will be remembered that in Au gust 1002 Boatner shipped a package said to contain 28000 to his own ad dress at Fordsville through Ageut J G Burch of the American Express company in Owensboro He went to Fordsville on the same train At Fords vine he went to a hotel aud retired early A B Schlitzbaum was the sta tion and express agent at Fordsville Early in the night he could not be found at the station and he remained missing nntil midday the next day when he was found at the Falls of Rough He told that he took the pack age and other money for safe keeping and jtarted to his boarding house When going through a lonely part of the littletown he claimed that two men caught him and forced him to walk up the railroad a considerable distance from Fordsville and that they then gave him knockout drops and robbed him He claimed not to know what ele happened The next morning Bcfetner took the early east bound train claming he was going to Cloverport At Irvington he was arrested and was taken to Hartford and kept in jailon the charge of conspiracy to rot theI American Express company He remained in jail about one year and was I then tried and acquitted He at once I brought suit through Attorney Ben D Ringo for malicious prosecution claiming damages ot 2000 The ending j ol this case is noted above He is supposed to have left Kentucky soon after filing his suit Schlitzbanm was given a prompt trial on the charge or embezzling 02 from the American Express company and was sentenced to two years in the penitentiary Ho recently com pleted his term at Eddyvillo but has been arrested charged with defrauding the state by shipping boxes of shoes to a contederate or confederates at Memphis New Orleans and other points in the South This discovery was made a short while before Schlitz baums term expired Be was given charge of the shipping department o the prison because of his Unhappy Women I woman can be happy when her 10 is undermined No woman can good health whllo she suffers from weakness Inflammation ulcera tion or any disease of tho delicate wom anly organs Nervous sleepless fretful nolivoMoro than a half a million such women have found a perfect and permanent cure for their diseased condition in the use of Doctor Plercos Favorite Prescription Women cured by this remedy say It Is a wonderful medicine so perfectly does it restore them to health and como liness There Is no alcohol In Favorite Pro scription neither docs it contain opium cocaine nor any other harmful drug It Is In tho strictest sense an honest tem perance medicine Its Ingredients are and It will agree withSurely delicate constitution Dont bo hypnotized or over per suaded Into accepting a substitute This medicine has a record thats worth far more than any difference In price Sick and ailing women are invited to consult Dr Pierce either personally or by lotter absolutely without charge or fee thus avoiding tho unpleasant ques tionings offensive examinations and obnoxious local treatments considered nec essary by many local practitioners All correspondence treated as strictly private and sacredly confidential Write without fear and without fee to Dr R V Pierce 603 Main Street Buffalo N YThcso tiny it eeeeSThese dantibilious ins e granules rcg 00 e etselate Liver slam and Bowels cure Constipation and Bad Stomach aonucu oy loui breath two for n1 laxative three or four for pry athartlo as 1inThlssrcat family Doctor ca Booknt postagestamps to cover cost of mailing fine cloth binding a1 shr v ps Address Dr R V by 1In ooa Main Street N Y t I and expertness as a railroad agent He is now in jail at Eddyville await ing his trial on the new charge and i- is iIt said the evidence is so conclusive that he cannot escape another sentence in the penitentiary He recently de olartd to several parties that Boatne- had swindled him out of considerablel amounts of money Boatner is no supposed to he in the far Northwest probably at Seattle Was Wasting Away I had been troubled with kidney disease for tho last Live years II write Robert R Watts of Salem Mo lost flesh and nev r felt well and doc toyed with leading physicians and tried nil remedies suggested without relief Finally f tried Foloys Kidney Cure and less than two bottles com pjetely cured me and I am now sound und well During the summe- kidney irregularities ore often caused by excessive drinking or being over heated Attend to the kidneys at once by using Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by A R Fishe- rSeptember Smart Set Molly Elliot Seawells novelette The Chateau of Montplasir which opens the September Smart Set is just the kind of story one wishes to read in the warm weather It is delightful ly humorous front beginning to end and while some ot the situations are hilariously laughable the author never over steps the bounds of probability Those readers who remember Miss Sea wells Papa Bonohard and who does nottwhich the same mug azino published about four years ago know what h pleasant hour Is In store for them in this last piece of work Miss Seawell has never given us a- more rollicking and genuinely witty story nor ono so full of the very spirit of comedy A Touching Story is the saving from death of the baby girl of Ueo A Eyler Cumberland Md He writes At the age of 1 1 months our little girl was in decline leg health with serious Throat Trouble and two physicians gave her up We were almost in despair when wo resolved to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption CoughI and Colds The first bottle gave relief 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 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free- What Foci Means Health Officer Allen has been askedl to define the meaning ot the term flaw foot discovered used in thej press dispatches from New Orleans ini connection with the yellow fever epidemic It means now starting points or new localities where thej disease has broken out For in stance in the press dispatches thisI morning it is mentioned that the to tal foci to iato is ninetythree mean ing that there are ninetythree locali ties where the disease is prevailing inI New Orleans up to this timeLouis ville Times To Let Contract in Fall n E L Simmerman secretary o t the Madisonville Harttord EasternI railroad with headquarters in Hartford writes that his company proposes to build sixty miles of road from Madisonville to Mitchels and has al ready surveyed thirtyfive miles of tbf sayethat contracts for the construction willl be let early in the fall Hopkinsvillo New Em Severe Electrical Storm The most severe electrical storm of the summer occurred here last Thurs day morning between 7 and 8 oclock The lightning was very violent and the rain fell in a steady downpour There was little wind out a number oft people worn frightened by tho unusual intensity and apparent proximity n o the lightning though there was n damage done 1 RE Woods to Change Residence Mr R E Woods a wellknown attorney of Louisville and principal ot the Elizabethtown Hig school willl buy or build at Westt Point this county for a permanent home He will continue to practiceI law in Louisville Elizabethtown NewsMr Woods Is a native and former citizen of Cloverport One of the Fastest Regarding the Pnnkin Rollers of Tobinsport the baseball editor of the wonsboro Inquirer says Tobias port is one of the fastest teams in Southern Indiana and one of the few that has over beaten Cannelton on the latters grounds II J L Cart Publishing Paper The News has received a copy of the Allen Hustler a weekly paper pUb fished at Allen Indian Territory b- Prof y J L Cart formerly of Union Star this county and a former school teacher at Lewtsport j J r Cure For Rattlesnakes Bite A dispatch from Tucson Ariz says Superintendent B F Daniel of the Territorial prison who is a via tinr0I bite of n rattlesnake hawd been engagea in mining in Mexico and since he became superintendent o t the prison ho has seen two or three Mexican convicts who had been cured1I and who had the scars to show thatl they had been bitten There is in rattlesnake n MexiIeau bean attached to thA intestines This IH filled with n brownish or blac t fluid and that fluid is the cure for tbej bite If It Is applied immediately the patient will not oven suffer any swell painr1Many Mexicans carry tho fiuh with them at all times when then ni I in the mountains or on the desertI These Mexicans kill all the rattlers they can find and most of them store the fluid in a bottle made of a rill o cartridge shell which is kept tight ly corkedIn descriptions of the rattler no mention is made of this particular sack though air sacks are numerous in the intestines of all Butmembersthere is no doubt of the existence of it for Mr Daniel said he had seen Mexicans remove it frequently GB Burlians Testifies After Four Years G It Burhans of Carlisle Center N Y writes About four years ago I wrote you stating that I had been entirely cured of a severe kidne trouble by taking less than two bottle of Foleys Kidney Cure It entire sstopped the bridle dust sediment an pain and symptoms of kidney diseas- disappeared I am glad to say that I have never had a return of any of those symptoms during the four years that have elapsed and I am evidently cured to stay cured and heartily ran ommend Foleva Kidney Cure to anyone suffering tram kidney or bladder trouble II Sold by A R Fisher Injury May be Permanent Elizabethtown News Tho people of Uardin county are very much concerned over the Injury or Judge MoBeath notice of whit was published in the News last week His friends will not be able to get much comfort from the followlnj later and fuller information from the Grayson Gazette On Wednesday morning Judge T R McBeath while on his prenises wa trying to bold a fractious mareby tl e rope to a halter when the mare rear lug suddenly caused the Judge to lox his footing and he was thrown vio lentlv to the ground sustaining 0 fracture to the small part of the niCK ofthe femur The injury was of such nature that the Judge had to ba car rled by his soninlaw and a hued man to his room It is feared by the Judges physicians lira Armes and Conklin that owing to the Jndgei age the injury may cause him corned arable trouble and likely be permanentt They Appeal to Our Sympathies The bilious and dyspeptic are con stant sullcrers arid appeal to out sym themfhowever who may not be brough back to health and happiness by the use of Chamberlains Stomach au Liver Tablets These tablets invlgor ate the stomach and liver ant 1 strengthen the digestion They also regulate thee bowls For sale bj Short Haynes r To Select Another Site C E Keith has sold his resident and marble shop on Mulberry street t T V Patton for 800 in cash Mr Patton will move thn house back from the street and convert the entire build ling into a dwelling Mr Keith win1 select t site nearer tho copter of the town and continue in the marble works nessElIzabethtown News anod READ TillS Symsonia Ky March 80 1003 Dr K W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir 1 world like to become your agent for the sale of your medicine iii Wonhi whom two doctors had given up tc die and thuro is none of your medi tine sold no rer than fifteen miles o f this place so I would be pleased to hear from you concerning the agency as soon as possibleED DRAFFEN Symsonia Ky A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all1 kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis alone weak and lame beaks rhea- S matism and all irregularities of th 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 flOne small bottle is two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect a oars Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 020 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists PROFESSIONAL CARDS LATHAM MEDICAL INSTITUTE ELIZABETHTOWN KY Chronic Diseases treated by Harmless InlhllJlnJttImeopalh Therapy8u ilrunchldilfIndigestion Lung Hundacho flies 1lstulu Hhou IlervousI1 Msoplessness PtummerliiK St Vitus Dance Paralysis Epllepsy Liver heart kidney and bladder La nieniws Scrofula ScyuelHpIIlseases1roIJsy diseases of the skin and Membranes Ulcers diseases pe oulliir to females etc Superfluous heir and facial blemishes removed by Electrolysis Chintz Royalty 1Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can siuvoy your Lands write your Deeds und take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes forshighsguaro anteed Moderate prices Expert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May S Co Canneltou Ind V G BABBA- GEAttorneyatLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in sot thing estates All collections reasonable Cloverport Kentucky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- tlARDlNS8URO KY thesCourts of reccnrldKo adjoining coun ties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License to RCourtsem oro r11 I liiW A Walker W DENTIST ST Satisfaction guaranteed kW Patronize your home dentist IW mOfficel over Klncheloes Drug Store Jj- X l HARDINSBURli KY LJj Redwood and cedar shingles Kedwood beveledsiding Skill sides JO inches wide and 20 feet long No1 Y P laths Y P flooring i1and ceiling White pine doors and sash Prices greatly reduced Estimates Solicited Cloverport Planing Mill 0May Bring a Big Price Regarding the commissioners sale on August 28 of the farm known in history as the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln located a few miles from Hodgenville the La Rae County Her old says It is believed that when the place is thrown on the market ou the 28th that it will bring a big price by reason of its historical associations but it may fail to attract the attention of those who would pay a large amount for It and be knocked off at a low price The farm has been badly neglected for the reason that it was owned for years by people wno cared nothing about farming it out it has n strong sub oil and could be made into a splendid farm St Francis Valley Lands Of Southwest Missouri and Northeast Arkansas river bottom made soil rich as cream j for uorn wheat oats door timothy alfalfa fruits and vegetables Yield big crops no fall ures Lands now cheap but advancing investigate this fall Homeseekera rates Aug 16 Sept S and 10 Oct 3 and 17- Write for StFranola Valley booklet E W LaBEAUME G P and T A Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo RisersLThe famous little pills REV LEWIS WILL PREACH Introductory Sermon At Association Aug30The Committees Rev J T Lewis of this city will preach the introductory sermon at the third annual session of the Brockon ridge Association of Baptists which convenes at the Baptist church hero at 11 oclock Wednesday morning August 80 with litv D B Clnpp as alternate The meeting will con tinue two days and will be attended by messengers ana pastors from the twelve Baptist churches in tilt county and by ministers rind mos sengers from corresponding associa tions as well as visitors from this arid surrounding counties At the second annual session of tuo association which was held atlGoshen Baptist church at Qlendeano on August 31 and September 1 last yeti there were from three to seven mes sengers present from each church rep resented A permanent organization was effected at this session with W V Hurrell formerely of Hurdinsburg as moderator and J B Herndon of Irvington as clerk The committees appointed last year to report this year are as follows Foreign MissionsS O Christian Jas Withers Home Missions J T Lewis W V Perkins State MissionsD U Clapp Chap I ZkO THE I PIKE T3T JYT man Moorman District Missions M P Compton Gabe Wright Ministers AidB G Robertson I L Lynch deceased Temperance P H McGehee S P ParksSchools and Colportage J E Keith John Moredock Religions LiterUnre H B HashIam U B Miller Orphans Home J T F Uwen J E Brie key- Obituaries Waller Wilson Rtcnarfl Adki Ron The following gentlemen were tip pointed members of the District Mis slon Bornd very important com mittee J 1 F Owen Uoahen J B Herndou Irvington G W Bark toy Stophonsport M P Compton Garfield U W Payne Friendship i J E Keitn Cloverport Until 1002 the Baptist churches of Breckenridge county wore members of the Goshon association which embraced also the Baptist churches ot Grayson county Tho Breokenridge association was formed and held its first annual session in 1003 Goshen association meets at Little Clifty on September 27 A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding or Protruding It IA no nmter of long standing In to rtnvu JlMt clno Co St Louis Mo Southern Normal School Green Business College r B and ISustainsI n n + I of HardinsburgOFFICERS B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Insured against loss by fire or burglary Interest paid on time deposits NNNNN NNNNN Breckinridge Bank Ky 1 Ca ptal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 w H BGWAIER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CIIAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnishedour customers tree NEW SAFF NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits FirstNtState Bank 3- I IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident H H KEMPER Cashier I Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits YN tiA Nfas NNNIMOtWiNNttNNtIN I it Fifth Avenue HOTEL j Ky CAMPBELL Mgr yYT T T 7 T T tY j I a 0- OINTMEN1lidlstocuroanycase how tI 11 yourdruflt1st Bowling I Bank The Cloverport Louisville ITho most centrally located and only I firstclass hotel In the city making a i 1200 rate Only ono block from the principal i shopping district and two blocks from tho principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the city- Everything neat andiclean NN N1N N N INN1 + N+NO DAN BROOKS CO LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY Sanfords Fine Inks 6 Mucilage In full assortments of handy size bottles J Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc i i- W 7fi t ij5 1 t3 hrf t F 5 rrr L The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY August 10 1005 HARDINSBURG Dr Ed Day spent Sunday in Louis villeW G HVswell spent Sunday al Stophenspdrt John Alexander of Bnras was ii tho city Monday Judge Mercer returned home fron Owensboro Saturday Jack Walker was in Owensboro several days of last week Andrew Elder was in Louisville last week on a business trip Mr and Mrs Paul Compton are vis itinli relatives at Garfield Miss Annie Leo Bandy of Irvington is visiting Miss Lytie Ford Eli Storms of McDaniels was in town tho first of the week Miss LOUR MoGnry has returned homo from a visit to Owensboro Mrs Joel H Pile attended the Chautauqua at Owensboro last week Arthur Goodman and family will move to town the latter part ot this monthMiss Virginia Hensley is visiting Mr and Mrs Thomas Ditto at Bran denburgT Moore and H DoH Moorman spent Sunday at Glendeane the guests of relativesMisses and Evelyn Beard are visiting Mr and Mrs A S Edelen at Burgin Mr and Mrs W F Kissinger of Fordsvillo are visiting Mr and Mrs Robert Guthrie Ed Dillon Morris Kincheloo and Arthur Beard were guests of friends at Cloverport Sunday The Revs G L King and W H Calvert aro attending the Chautauqua at Owensboro this weeK Miss Nannie Beatty of Louisville who has been visiting Mrs Blanche Read returned home Friday William Beard who has been visit ing his parents Mr and Mrs James Beard returned to his home at Cat lettsburg Monday 1 Mr and Mrs Charles Scott and Misses Mattie and Beulah Rook ot Gulfport Miss arrived here Monday 1 They will remain until all danger of tho yellow fever is over Clinton Dowell of Bewleyville has I been appointed administrator of the estate of his father John W Dowell The appraisers wero Davis JohnsonI Minor compton and T A Gray Never in tho way no trouble to carry easyto take pleasant and never fail ing in results are DeWittu Little Early Risers These famous little pills are a certain guarantee against headache biliousness torpid liver and all of the ills result ug from constipation They tonic and strengthen the liver Sold by All Druggists IRVINGTON D C Heron w as in Louisville Saturday on business B my Moreman ot Hardinsbnrg was in town Wednesday canvassing Miss Nellie Smith will return from the Chautauqua at Owensboro today Miss A J Pfeiffer of Louisville is the guest of Mis Nary CornwallI Jess Gardiner of Union Star was in town last wick to see his brothers j R L Jordan of UoptdnHville made a trip homo last week to see his moth erMiss Rue Jamerson of Owensboro camo Friday to visit Mr and Mrs Taylor DowellIMrs J B Herndon loft Monday for Nashville Tenn to visit her daugh ter Mrs J T BerryIMrs R M Jolly and daughter Claire will leave Thursday for Nia gara Falls and Toronto Mr and Mrs J M Fallen of Haw esvilU have moved into the vacant house on Walnut street Ayers Feed your hair jiourish it give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor is the only Hair Vigor hair food you can buy For 60 years it has been doing just what we claim it will do It will not disappoint you My hair nurd to bo very iliort not after using Ayora Iliilr Vigor a short time It began to grow and now It Isl fourteen Indies long Thui seems a splendid reinlt toran after being almost without any hair Mus J II IIVBII Colorado Sprlngi Colo All rtriiRclitn a bottle Iiahinefor Short Hair l r WONDERFUL CURE OF SORE HANDS By Cuticura After the Most Awful Sufferingc Ever Experionced p EIGHT DOCTORS And Many Remedies Failedr to do a Cents Worth of Good II I was troubled with sore hands so sore that when I would put them in J water the pain would nearly set me crazy the skin would peel off and the flesh would get hard and break There would be blood flowing from at least1J fifty places on each hand Words couldd never tell the suffering I endured for three years I tried everything but could get no relief I tried at leastt different doctors but none did moan oodas my hands were as bad when Igot through doctoring as when I beganI also tried many remediesc but none of them ever did me one cents worth of good I was discour aged and heartsore I would feel so bad mornings to think I had to go to work and stand the pain for ten hours I often felt like giving up my position Before I started to work I would have to wrap every finger up separately so as to try and keep themt soft and then wear gloves over the rags to keep the grease from getting i oh my work At night I would have to wear gloves i in fact I had to wear gloves all the time But thanks to Cuticura that is all over now CURED FOR SOc After doctoring for three years and spending much money a 500 box of Cuticura Ointment ended al1II my sufferings Its been dontknowsince I used any and I I what sore hands arc now and never lost a days work while using Cutitcura OintmentTHOMAS A CLANCY 310 Montgomery St Trenton NJ Sold throughout the world Cutlcur ReioUtnt Me la form of Chocolate Coated pmJ25e per Till or 80 Ointment JOc4 Soap Sic Totter Drug a Chem Corp Baiton Sole lrOprlcto- nfir Seed for The Great Ekln Hook Mrs Will Gardner and childern loft Wednesday for Alton and Chonanlt to visit relatives and friends Miss Clara Steel will return to her home in Dallas Texas Thursday 1 atter a visit to Mrs R M Jolly Mrs J K Bramlette and children left Wednesday for Alton Ind to visit her brother Will Fullenwider Miss Mattie Lee More man of Brandenburg came Saturday to be withii Mrs L B Moreman for several days J B Biggs and daughter EssieII spent Sunday in Stephensport the guests of Mr and Mrs Kirby Blaine Miss Nona Holt left for Decatur Alabama Friday after a lengthy YT TO visit to her cousin Miss Cecil dprad Crete Hensley and daughter Virginia of came last week to visit Mr and Mrs F H Mo Peyton Henderson ana daugh ter Lucile of Louisville came Mon day to be with Mrs Board tor a few days MISS Lillio McGlothlan is at home after visiting relatives in LouisvilleI and at West Point and Doe Run for a month Rev E W Graves and 8 C Dowell have returned from the Leitchfield Presbytery which met at Beulah lost Iva Mudd and Jessie Brook of Louisville camo Saturday night to visit Misses Lena and Rachel Mudd for some time I Mrs J R Wimp and daughter I I Plou iver and daughter Lena have returned to Louisville I alter a fow days visit to Mr nun Mrs G L Brady f Miss Edith Marshal and Mrs Nan nie Wathen returned Monday from Falls of Rough after a two weeKs visit to Miss Jennie Green Dr L B Moreman has sold the town lots purchased from the Frisco Lot Land Co in Oklahoma We him on the handsome rout on the sale Tho ground was broken and the foundation was laid for a new schoolhouse last Monday to be used for a private school Miss Edith Marshal who gavo satisfaction last year will her duties as principal about th e first of September BEWLEYVILLE Mr and Mrs Charles Drury visited Mr ana Mrs W A Stith Sunday Thos J Jolly and family spent Sunday tho guests of James Snyder- W H tain Jr attended quarterly at Webeter Saturday and Sun Gola Weatherford has returned her home after a visit to Miss Mary PayneMrs Eli Wilson of West Point Saturday to visit her daughter Mrs Foster Gull Miss Mary Payno attended the Freedom meeting Sunday Many others also but she was especially missed as Sunday school teacher Ray Keith of Los Angeles Cal is guest of his parents He speaks enthusiastically oE his new nome and is greatly improved in personal appear ance Mrs R N Miller of and Miss Clara Steel of Texas visitors from Irvington with several other friends were guests at Dewey Heights and oupils of the Bow leyville public school invite yon to DO present at an ice cream supper Saturday night August It for th e of their library Mrs John Mattingly is better The Misses Mercer visited Miss Nannie Lyddan Sunday- H W Cashman and family spent Sunday at Harden Bassetts Masters Jones Mercer and Owen Bassett were in Irvington Saturday Rev I C Argabright wife and son wero visiting B J Coomes and wife Sunday Miss Pearl Mays has oharge of the school at this place and is doingi splendid work Mr and Mrs Hughes Frymiro andI littlo son Junins Miller visited at J E Mercers Sunday Miss Velma Bruner attended an ice cream supper given at Joe Bruners at Frymire one night last wick EXCURSIONFROM All Points on the Branch Louisville and Return I Saturday August 26 100F- or the Round Trip M liuMrs Hurdinsburg GeheeMrs Nora weekMisses owensborolwhetoChautauqnaMrs JA dayMrs Indianapolis WednesdayTho RAYMOND Several from here attended the ice orem supper at Lodibnrg last Friday night All report an enjoyable time Mrs Edward Payno and Mrs John Ray of Rhodolia spent last Wednes day with the formers sister Mrs John Mattingly The pills that act as a tonic and not as a drastic purgo are DeWitts Little Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness Jaundice etc Early Risers are small and easy to take and easy to act Sold by All Druggists STEPHENSPORT Miss Katie Crawford is expected home from Canada soon Panl Gllllland of Chenanlt was the guest of Miss Cora MoCoy Sunday Quite a number of people attended tho picnic at Yellowbank Saturday from this place Mrs Mollie Adkisson and Mrs Sallie Bennett are visiting Mrs Georgia Sargent at Fordsville- I IMrs Will Lonnin and children of Hardinsbnrg are with her parents Mr and Mrs R A Smith f A COMRADE OF CENERAL GRAN J Says I Do Not Believe Pe=ru=na Has a SuperiorI COL BENJ F HAWKES Col Bonj F Hawkcs of 611 G street S W Washington DO Is ono of tho three living comrades of General Grant in his cadet days at West Point In a recent letter this venerable gentleman says of Peruna I have tried Peruna after having tried In vain other remedies for catarrh and I can say without reservation that I never felt a symptom of re lief until I had given Peruna the simple trial that Its advocates advise I do not believe it has a superior either as a remedy for catarrh or as a tonic for the depressing and exhausted condition which Is one of the effects of the disease Ben F Hawkes The Greatest Family Medicine Ever Discovered Hon Wm G Hunter oxmember North Carolina Legislature writes from tho Census Office Building Washington D G as follows Tho greatest family medicine ever discovered In my opinion which comes from experience as well as observation is Poruna The most common affliction to humankind in a bad cold Poruna drives It out of doors wards off catarrh invigorates and gives fresh strength to mind and body I give Peruna my unqualified endorsement Wm G HunterChronic Catarrh of the Stomachc Cured By Peruna Jas T Jakoman President Elder I Morman Church Salt Lake City Utah writesI bo and am a very grateful J man for having been recommended tho use of Peruna for catarrh I had a chronic case of catarrh of tho stomach and my system was so filled with different i remedies that I had taken that II sickened at the sight of a medicine bot I tle Peruna was a last resort and it dIdI riot fail me but cured mo in about three Stanley Conn has returned from a short stay in Illinois there is no place like home and old Kentucky The little Minary boys of Louisville who have been visiting their cousin Miss Murray Bnrkley returned home SundayEMr and Mrs Will Eitlegeorge and son Paul or Canton Ohio arrived here Saturday evening to spend a few days with Mrs Eitlegeorgos mother Mrs P J Pettit of Rome Ind Mr and Mrs M C DeJernette Mr anti Mrs W S DeJernette Mrs James Withers Mr and Mrs Wm iin Hendrick and Miss Maggie Withers of Hardinsbnrg were guests of Mis Scott Bell Sunday Stiles d Shellwan have completed the well at the school building It is fine water and qnite a treat to the thirsty little folks We think it has been a mistake on the part of our trustees rheretofore in not having some means of getting water other than de pending on the good neighbors for it Public is Aroused The public is aroused to a knowl jedge of the curative merits of that great medicinal tonicElectric Bitters for sick stomach liver and kidneys IIMary H Walters of 540 St Olair Ave Columbus O writeslFor several months I was given up to die 1 had fever and ague my nerves were wrecked i i I could not sleep and my stomach was so weak from usless doctors drugs that I could not eat Soon after beginning to take Electric Bitters I ootained relief and iu a short time I was entirely cured It Guaranteed at Short H ynes drug store i price rOc e BIG SPRING Born to tho wits of Henry Taylor a boy August 4 Miss Genivieve ClarKson returned to Louisville Monday I Rev L M Russell is holding aJJ meeting at Harrells J Raymond Moorman entertained with J a party Friday night J Miss Ola Mae Clarkson has returned from a most dolighfiul visit north months and I feel that it is a wonderful remedy and gladly glvo my experience from its usoJas T Jakoman Peruna Proved a Life Saver Mr Louis Byrons auctioneer com mission merchant and business broker 43GM Richmond street London Ont writesI been a sufferer with whatphy sicians diagnosed as chronic catarrh I thereby lost tho necessary speaking faculties which almost caused me to discontinue the business of auotlonoer Attar spending several hundred dol lars for various medicines and doctor bills without avail your wonderful rom edy Feruna was recommended to me 1 After using several bottles of this lire saver I found relief and I am again capable of conducting my auction sales- I wish to convince others likewise afflicted of tho merIts of your great remedy Louis Byrens Thousands of Testimonials We have on file thousands of testimonials like the ones given hero We can give our readers only a Blight gllmpso of tho vast array of unsolicited endorsements of Poruna which Iwo are constantly receiving Miss Davie Galloway has returned trom a three weeks visit at Ekron Miss Jennio Fritz of Louisville is the guest of her aunt Mrs H Miller Mrs Julia ClarKson and daughters spent several days at Sulphur Wells I week Misses Vennle and Ycrtio Moorman attended the marriage of Miss Hassle Williams of Brandenburg last week Dr A Moorman Hardaway will be here Monday August 21 to do all kinds of firstclass dentistry for one weekDr and Mrs W H Strother were Elizabethtown Thursday to attend the meeting of the Muldraugh Hill medical society The Ladies Aid give their first social Thursday night at Miss Lady Clarksons where everyone is cordia- llySKrrrrrrrarrrrrrrrrrrr rr Nows The Timex C WIIILE TilE WEATHER IS k GOOD TO LET US HAVE i- j jj YOUR ORDER FOR 3 LUMBER I C r YOUR HOUSE BARN ORC sy STABLE PROBABLY NEEDS 1 SOME REPAIRS WE HAVE f 0 m mALL KINDS OF FRAMING MA rjfi rj sTERIAL AND CAN SUPPLY J iiCHOICE POPLAR OR WALNUT i- AT i- I jj A MOMENTS NOTICE j c COME TO US Ii iiPrices furnished on application prices on largo iSpecial ordersk IIseaton Weatherholt j over or- tlNtkstlCkkettetttkkkkkkkkkkkkkstst Ky t I Peruna is a Catarrhal Tonic Especially Adapted to tho Decliningg Powers of Old Age i 1 In old ago tho mucous membranes t come thickened and partly lose their I function t I This leads to partial loss of hearing smell and taste as well as digestive dis turbancesPeruna corrects all this by Its specific operation on all tho mucous membranes of the body One bottle will convince anyone Once used and Peruna becomes a lifelong standby with old and young Mr Charles F Bonctsson Trucsdall Mo writesIII have followed your In structions for tho mmmm m l past month and As Well As Can Be am now as well At the Age of as I can bo at Eightyfour Years I the ago of eighty four years I thank you for yotir valuable instructions and advice I first used Peruna fourteen years ago when my health was so bad that I had no hope of staying many days and after using rft hogan to pick up It has helped mo pVi fsince I focI well but will always have Foruna as my companion Charles F Bonctsson Suffered a Number of Years From Systemic Catarrh Used Peruna as Last Resort Now 1m Good Health Mrs E Schoncher 2204 B Olivo St Los Angeles Cal president Girls Friendly Society also secretary South Los Angoles Travelers Club writes- I was for a number of years a sufferer from systemic catarrh I was very nervous and run down my appetite had failed mo and my sleep was not restful I had lost much In weight and looked like a very sick person My physician advised a change ot climate and the medicine I took only gave tarn temporary relief- I tried a bottle of Pernna as a last resort and was greatly pleased to find that I felt much Improved In a general way and then I bought several bottles more I am now in good health and have a good appetite and sleep well I cannot say too much for Peruna and for whatit has dono for meE Schonchcr Peruna Contains no Narcotics One reason why Peruna has found permanent use in so many homes is that It contains no narcotic of any kind Fe runais perfectly harmless It can be used any length of tlmo without acquir- Ing a drug habit Fernna docs not TO duco temporary results It is permanent In its effect S Address Dr Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O All correspondence hold confidential invitedMr and Mrs Moyer and daughter and sister Mrs N Strauss were in Brandenburg Thursday tho guests of Mr and Mrs G H Casperke Mrs J D Meador entertaniod her visitors at Snlphur Wells Thursday Those who composed tho party wore Misses Juliet and Carrie Mill ward Virginia Carr and Ada Meador Messrs Ben Clarkson Raymond Moor man and James Moorman Southern Arkansas Lands Timbered rolling perfect 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