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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 0 r 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OL XXX ti CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23 1905 8 Pages NO6 eIPHILIP E WEATHERFORD s Arrested and Divorce Suit Brought b By Wife Reared In County f I Mrs Annie E Wcathei ford of Louisville a daughter of A M Pnlliam a former jndgo of Brecken ridgo county brought suit in a Louis ville court last week against Philip E Weatherford for di vorco and 80 a week alimony Mr and Mrs Weath orford were reared at Hardmsbnrg and aro well known in this county They were married in Louisville where they have lived since Mrs Weatberfords father lives at Earned this county He was formerly a citizen of Hardina burg and of Clovorport v Mrs Weatherford brought the suitor legal separation and caused the I arrest and detention of her husband under bonds of f1001 alleging that he was aoout to leave the State The bringing of tho suit and the arrest of Mr Weatherford has caused considerable surprise in Louisville and this county because of tho prominence oft the parties Mr Weatherford is a memter of the NelsonBethel company a clothing manufacturing concern of I Louisville and is a wellknown busi ness man of that city He has traveled a in this section of the country tor his 1company and is wellknown because of this fact and his former residence at Hardinsburg S Mrs Weatherfords allegations in her petition are cruelty and nonsup- porti Sho claims that she went to Cal- Ifornia t for her nealth one year ago soeher support Seven months ago she t alleges his contributions to her support I ceased and it was necessary lor i her to borrow money and corxo homo a her slender means becoming exnaust a ed As she brought the suit after re- t turning to Louisville it is evident that It tho situation there did not satisfy her In her claim for alimony Mrs Weatherford says that her husband owns 10000 of stock in the Nelsond it A Bethel Company and sells on com i mission enjoying an income of 4000 e a year r A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES it ProtrudlnltPJlesOINTMENT rails to cure any case no mUtor f or how long standing In a to U days nrst application gives case and rest SOc If your druggist hasnt It send 50c in stamps and It will bo forwarded postpaid by Purls Medicine Co St Louis Mo Capt Ryan May go South er inIt is reported that Cant Marion ofRyancaptafn of tho Tell City will go South and command a boat on a south ern pacKet line it he is not put in r comIrand of the Meriting Star which y roentered the Louisville A Evansville FrederickdZoll in charge after having been in tho r lower Mississippi trade for several r months Before tho Morning Star which is tho most palatial boat in toe local trade wont south tsapt Ryan her commander and he wants to ISwas to tnis position it is understood or he will accept the posi tion offered him by a southern packet e company which is a better one than n that he now holds Capt Zoll has na been in command of the Tarascon this ndsummer oiliin At Ditto Homestead Sunday 1Mrs D W Fairleigh and children akLa Rue David Florence ana Addle of Louisville Mr and Mrs J D Bab bage and two daughters Mildred Louise and eon J D Jr of Clover t port Mies Addle Ditto of Louisville John T Ditto of Ddcatnr Ill Abo Ditto of West Point Mr and Mrs William Ditto and two children Cor nelia and Holton of Brandenburg W spent Sunday at the Ditto homestead in Meade county Ten to One in Three Innings At the find ot a threeianing base ball game at Toblnspcrt Sunday be tween Dunes and Tobinsporttho score stood 10 to 1 in favor of Tobmnpoit The game was not continued because it broke up in a row Tobinsport will play Cannelton at Tobineport next Sunday i Difficult Digestion i dJspepslaII Its sufferers eat not because they want to I but simply because they must i They know they are irritable and fretful ibut they cannot bo otherwise t They complain of a bad taste In the mouth a tenderness at the pit of tho stom ach an uneasy feeling of puffy fulness I headache heartburn and what not Tim effectual remedy proved by peruia sent cures of thousands of severe cases Is t Hoods Sarsaparilla Uooua 1lLts aru the beat cathartic J a b i f Tiw 1V1S AN INVALID 23 YEARS At Age of 59 Death Ends Long Suffer ings of firs Ulrich Farber Death came at 1245 oclock Friday morning to end the Bufferings of Mrs Isabello Farber wife of Ulrich Farbur for many years a citizen of Clover port Mrs Farber had been an in valid twentythree years her illness be ing due to chronic rheumatism Her agony was intense and there wero n number of occasions when sue was not expected to live a wonderfully strong constitution however withstanding the attacks of the disease Her suffer ing was especially great it seemed for several weeks preceding tier death and more severe perhaps than at any time during her illness Every com fort and convenience was furnished her through the untiring care and at tention ot her family whose beautiful devotion was witnessed and highly praised by many Mrs Farber was n daughter ot the late Thomas Ray She was born in this city in 1840 and resided here dur- Ing her entire life In 1805 she was married to Mr Farber who came to Cloverport from Germany in 1853 and worked at his trade of tailor at which he has been engaged sinceto the ex tent his failing health would permit Of the children born to this union the following are living Mrs R H Hawkins of Seattle Wash Mrs Katio Ditzenbach and John and Ad Farberof this city Gen Farber of Fenley i and Wm Farber who is in the regular army and stationed in the Philippines Besides her husband and the six children named Mrs Farber is survived also by two half brothers Jas Harris of Nashville Tenth and Geo Harris of near town Mrs Farber united with tho Baptist church during girlhood Though for many years sno was not able to attend servio s she lead a life truly Christian The funeral was conducted Friday afternoon from the family residence on Elm street by Rev J T Lewis pastor of the Baptist church The in terment was at the city cemetery Beautiful Wedding El ron Ky Aug 2zSpecialAbe- autiful wedding ceremony was per formed at the Ekron Baptist church by Rev Dan Shacklette Tuesday even ing at 8 oclock August 15 when Dr Wade Shacklette son of Mr and Mrs Dan Shacklette of this place led to the altar Miss Hattie Thelkeld of Harrodsburg Ky The wedding march was sweetly rendered by Miss Pearl Shacklette The attendants were Misses Nell Shacklette Annie Childs and Beitha Brown Rev Bennie Shacklette and Messrs Jimmie and John Rod ShHckledeThe bride looked beauti ful in white Paris muslin After the ceremony the bridal party were enter tained at the hone of Mr and Mrs Z T Cox sister of the groom where refreshments were served and music enjoyedThe clatioll of the home com ing of this young couple for the cer emony was shown by the overflowing of the church with relatives and friends The bride is a chatming and worthy young lady and the groom an aspiring and promising young physician- Dr and Mrs Shacklette left last Wednesday for Pitts Point Kywhere he is establishing a lucrative practice Local Option Election Saturday Rev T C Gebauer of Henderson Field Worker of the State Sunday School Association and J B Herndon of Irvington president of the county association who were at Glendeane Sat urday holding a district Sundayschool convention went to Hudsonville the first of this weekxin the interest of the Sundayschool work and the local option fight now in progress at that place A local option election will be held in the Hudsonville precinct on Saturday August 26 Whisky has been sold at Hudsonville for many years under a tavern license and the temper ance people of the county are especially hopeful that they will win the election as this is pile of the few places in the county where liquor license ofany kind is in effect New Millinery Store Mrs John F Morton of this city and Miss Lydia Frank of Tqbiusport have formeda partnership in the millin er business They are in Louisville this week selecting their stock They will open their sto e in the building uow occupied by W BOelze next Monday August 28 Trey will carry a full Hue of goods suitable to the wants of the trade They solicit your trade and ask you to cull and see them r t DEATH OF W 0 THOMAS Direct Result of Pates Attack the Tenor of Letter to News The editor of the News has received a letter from Thomas James de la Hunt of Cnnnelton special and staff corres pondent for daily papers at Louisville Evansville and other cities in this part of the country the tenor of which is that W O Thomas of Canuelcon came to his death on July 31 two miles west of here as a direct result of the attack on him by Chas M Pate and did not die from heart disease os was claimed by Pate The letter also states that there was evidence to prove the above The story regarding the trial of Pate in the Hancock Clarion referred to in the letter is printed on page 2 of this issue The letter is as follows Canueltou Ind Aug 20 1005 John D Babbage Cloverport Ky Dear Sir and FrieudMr Alex Ham bleton of this citv whose wife is a sister to the late William O Thomas wishes me to ask that you give some space to correcting erroneous impressions conveyed by your excerpts from the Owensboro Messenger in reference to Thomas death It was beyond question the direct result of Pates at tack upon him which there was abundant evidence to prove and ample testimony is available to cover all disputed points Possibly you saw in last weeks Clarion a story concerning the trial censuring the shameless injustice of its verdict as a reflection upon the honor of the Corncracker state Such seems the opinion held by numbers of Hawes villes best citizens such as Judge W W Taber C T Taber Mayor E E Miller and others equally prominent As the trial was outside my regular beat I was not present having already covered such features of the case as could properly be handled from Cannel ton but Commonwealth Attorney George AHawley himself told me it was a perfectly clear instance of manslaught erYou will understand that this letter is purely personal as Mr Hambleton thinks you will be glad to present the otherand correctside of the situa tion With very kind regards Yours sincerely Thomas James de la Hunt They Appeal to Our Sympathies The bilious and dyspeptic are con stant snllerers and appeal to out sympathies There is not one of them however who may not be brought back to health and happiness by the use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets These tablets invigor ate the stomach and liver and strengthen the digestion They also regulate the bowls For sale by Short Haynes Short Hardinsburg News Notes JIardiu8burgKy Aug 22Speclal R O Penick has accepted a posi tion with B F Beard Co and will move here next week He has purchas ed the property formerly owned by M J Thomas on First street Wm Penick has accepted a position with a Louisville firm and will travel for them in western Kentucky The Hardinsburg Military Band will furnish the music at the picnic to be given at Paynesville next Saturday Roberts Robbins have purchased a buckerwhich they will operate on their stave yard on Calamese creek Eight teachers took the examination here ft r certificates to teach school last Friday and Saturday The colored folks had a picnic here Saturday It was for the benefit of their church John OReilly is being mentioned as the probable Democratic candidate for magistrate in this distric- tSundaySchool Convention A district Sundayschool convonton was held at Glendeane last Saturday J B Herndonof Irvington president of tho county Sundayschool associa tion reports that tho meeting was very profitable and interesting though cot largely attended Local ands connty Snnduyschool workers were in attend ance and took part State Field Worker T C Gebauer of Henderson gave strength to the convention by his presence A paper on The Ties That Bind II which was read by Mrs W J 1iggott of Irvington was one of the features Rhodelia Loses to Irvington Irviugton Ky Aug23 Special Irvington and Rhodella played a game of ball hero Saturday Tho score was 17 to 11 in favor of Irvington I 7- W t I a EARTHQUAKE MONDAY NIGHT Distinct Shock Felt In Cloverport Severe at Some Points A distinct though slight earthquake shock was felt in Cloverport and other parts of the county and State about 11 oclock Monday night I was also experienced at places In Missouri Illinois Indiana and Tennessee though no serious damage is reported At Cairo Ill it was very severe the ouildings rocking so hard That people rushed from them in terror It is reported from Paducah that it was the most severe earthquake ever known there and tnat the earth trem bled for many minutes In some places in the Mississippi valley loud rumblings were heard and people in St Louis rushed into the streets and prayed Toe wave motion seemed to bo generally from north to south The shock occurred in Cloverport at 11 US oclock and was the most pronounced felt in this section in years In some localities it was much moe severe than in others In many the earth shook so violently as to rattle windows and light nrticlessuch as china and glass ware and to awaken people who were asleep Thousands of people were awakened by the unusual sensation in the territory affected though the tremor lasted only a few seconds in most sections Some people who felt the shock here say that it lasted two or three min ute while others say it was of only a few seconds duration Buildings were perceptibly shaKen and lIght articles moved Was Wasting Away I had been troubled with kidney disease for the last rive years II writes Robert R Watts of Salem Mo I lost flesh and nev r felt well and doc tored with leadlntr physicians and tried nil remedies suggested without relief Finally f tried Foleys Kidney Cure and less than two bottles com pletely cured me and I am now sound and well IIDuring the summer kidney irregularities are often caused by excessive drinking or being over heated Attend to the kidneys at once hy using Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by A R Fisher IRVINGTON Hillard Biggs spent Sunday at StephensportBorn wife of Jas Jarrott August 14 a boy H H Kernper was in Louisville Saturday and Sunday- D C Heron was at Brandenburg for a few days last weeK Dr W H Wimp of Stophensport was in town Sunday to see his parents Mrs W T Pigprott attended the convention at Glendeane last Satur day Rev T C Gebauer of Henderson was the guest of r B Herndon last weekMrs Nannie Wathen left Tuesday for French Lick to be gone two weeksMiss Lelia Tydings of Louisville is the charming visitor of the Misses l1unforll Mrs Tilford of Fordsville came last week to visit her daughter Mrs Will Arnold Mrs Davis of Louisville is the guest of her sister Mrs Henry Davis for a few days Craftnn Clajcomb in in Branden burg this week with his manager John Bircher Jr Jim Shaw and Miss Rosa Lou Ditto of Hardmsbnrg were in town Sunday the guests of friends Mrs Betlie Livers of Dennlson Texas arrived Monday to visit her aunt Mrs J L Henry Mrs Bob Jolly and daughter Claire are at home after a four days trip to Niagara Falls Miss Nell Dempster of Glendeane was the guest of her brother Dr P E Dempster last week Master Loma Bennett Moreman is in Brandenburg with his grandmoth er Mrs A W Mornmun Miss Eliza Piggott left Thursday for a short visit to her aunt Mrs R N Miller at Indianapolis Willie Paris of Louisville came Saturday to visit Mr and Mrs Bate Washington for several days Mrs Amelia Bennett of Ouster was tho guest of her brother Milton Lock ard for a few days lastweok Mrs Nora Board and children left Monday for Hardmsbnrg to be the guest of Mr and Mrs Chas Beard I xr Mr und Mrs John Luster of Web ster spent Sunday the guests of par ents Mr and Mrs Elick Robins Miss Anna May Horndonot Bender son is the guest of Misses Eva and Kittie McGlothlan for an indefinite stayMrs RN Miller left tor her home in Indianapolis Ind Wednesday accompanied by her mother Mrs Eliza Jolly Mrs Lizzie Prentice and son George of Frankfort have Hone home after a visit to Mr and Mrs A B Cole manMiss Lucile Cunningham of Che nault has secured a music class at Irvington and will begin the first of SeptemberClay and sister Graham have returned to their home at Long Branch after a few days visit to Miss Nannie McGehee Mrs Sack Richardson of Union Star and Mrs Miller of Hardinsburg spent several days last week the guests of Mrs Bob Hendrick Miss Maud Adkisson of Ft Sill Okla arrived Saturday morning to be with her mother Mrs Leona Ad kisson who is very ill Mrs Mack Avitt and children of Gnlfport Miss arrived Saturday to be with her parents Mr and Mrs F H McGehee for sometime Mrs Ella Holt of Cloverport and Miss Ella Teaif of Hardinsburg and Miss Mary Basbam of Vine Grove were the guests of Mr and Mrs D W Spradlin last week The following delegates have been appointed by the Baptist church to attend tho Breckenridgo Association at Cloverport August 30 J B Hern don 0 C Smith Sam Parks G U Baily Bate Washington and F H McGeheeMr Mrs Bate Washington gave a G oclock dinner Monday even tug in honor of their visitor Willie Paris The following guests were present Misses Lelia Tydings Anna May Herndon Iva Lena and Rachel Mndd Kittle and Eva McGlothlan Jessie Brooks Ethel Coffer and Messrs Hubert Piggott Harry Keraper and Arthur Suter HARDINSBURG Mrs Blanche Read is visiting rela tives in Louisville Dr Sidney Hall of Constantino was in town FridayIMrs Orrin Hardin is visiting Mr and Mrs J H Pile Ray Keith of Los Angeles cal was in town Monday- C V Robertson was in Louisville a few days of last week Orlie Voolfolk of Cloverport was a visitor here Sunday Amos Board spent several days of last weeK in Louisville Hon Charles Blnnford of Bewloy villo was in the city Friday Preston Ford spent Sunday at Irv ington the guest of friends Tohu D Shaw was the guest of friends at Irvington Sunday Miss Julia icGuffin of Louisville is visiting Miss Clara Heston Mr and Mrs W H Penick of Ouster were in town Monday Mrs Fank Bowmerof Madison ville is visiting Mrs R H Bowinor Frank DeHoveu attended the pionta at Coyles scboolhouse Saturday Dr Walker will bo in Uuion Star Aug 8031 Sept 1 to to dental work Venniu Moorman of Glendeane was in town Friday on a business tripWillis Green of Falls of Rough was in town Monday on a business tripMiss Emma Moredock of Louis ville is visiting Mr and Mrs Alfred HestonJohn R Johnson of Louisville was here several days last week on a business trip HO Murray and T J Moore spent Sunday at Glendeane visiting relatives and friends Dennio Mattingly returned home Thursday from a visit to relatives at Cheniult Miss Rosa Lou Ditto was tho guest of Mr and Mrs Ferd McGeheo at Irvington Sunday Mr and Mrs Gus D Shollman and Miss Mattio Hook went to Louisville Tuesday to visit friends Misses Lula Severs and Ray Heyser of Cloverport are the guests of Miss Judith Ellen DeJarnette Miss Minnie Murray went to Louisville Saturday where ehe will visit Mr and Mrs George Wolf Arthur Board ot Louisville was the guest of Mr and Mrs Coleman E Haswell a few days of last week Mr and Mrs Henry Foreman of Kewanee Ill are visiting his par ents the Rev and Mrs W H Fore man Misses Nancy Smith of Fordsvllle and Ada Crim of Salem Ind were the guests ot Miss Sallie Beard last weekMirs Nita Beard of Louisville who has been visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs G W Board returned home Thursday Prof M F Staten ol Bowling Green is visiting Mr and Mrs Jno B Stith Framt Niles who is attending Van derhilt Training School at Elkton was here Saturday Mrs Will Lonnon and children will return homo today from Stephensport where thoy have been visiting Mr and Mrs Roland Smith Miss Lytie Ford will leave next weok for Colorado Springs Denver and other points where she will make an extended visit to relatives Miss Judith Ellen DeJurnette enter tainod Thursday evening at her home on Third street in honor of her guests Misses Ray Beyser and Luln Severs of Cloverport The Rev G L King preached at the M E church South Sunday morning On account of illness he was unable to occupy the pulpit tit the evening service I ssuavesNNrrrrirri+ rrrrr rrrrrrYrrrr rr tIK NN NN NO 0 010N0 yyyyyyiyyyyyyyyyTTyyyyyyf- 7t 125iROU- ND I TRIP T- OLouisville i VIA I THE HENDERSON ROUTE 1 Sunday Aug 27 05 = = Trains leave Cloverport at = 4507 a m and 952 a m = i Returning leave Louisville at = 455 p 111 and 900 p m = t = C 1 For Full Information ask the Agent 3 b CXXX3CICOCOOOCOCOOCOCOCOCOCO AAAAAAAAA AAAAA AAAAAAA AAAA N Nse s+ 101IN901iyvyyyo1yyyyyy719OTOayyrvy j V J h r K k j1E j =r Y I iI 14 nJiIs I 1 I lJ 4 2i I f WFr 3 III I IIIf NIT 1 JIf rAof I r 7r 1 ii v The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY August a3 1005 tif HANCOCK COUNTY NOTES t t Kentuckys Shame at Pate Trial A Glendenne Negro Arrested Hancock Clarion At tbo conclusion of the trial cf Ghas Pate charged with the murder of W O Thomas at the courthouse Thursday there was an outburst of applause at iris acquittal which wns a burning disgrace to any Commonwealth claiming a position this side of savag ery This is not the time nor is it our purpose to discuss tho equity of the decision We take it for granted it was fair and unavoidable with the testimony produced In fact it seems to havo boon popular with the people The protest we would make is the brazen and inconsiderate outburst the product of low character and ignorance which followed It reminded one of r cheaprjoke in a Bowery theatre Two ed daughters of the dead man clad in garments of dreary mourning were in tho court room and were subject to the crushing humiliation of this ignorant demonstration Their very finer feel ings were trampeld upon by this incon siderate rabble but there was no re lief Strong men fair men nen who r upheld the decision but who had no part in tho demonstration looked upon these depressed and weeping daughters and hung their heads in Kentuckys shameChief ot Police Orbia Mason captur ed a negro at the depot Thursday morning as he was about to board a train tor Louisville His name is Claude Adkinson of Glendenne and he IS accused of breaking into a store there last week and stealingsix dollars He came here from Tell City Thursday morning and was speedily picked up by Mason who is gaining a reputation as a detective Deputy Sheriff Carwile was also in the city tho MIIIU day looking for the nogro and took hIm to Hardinsburg on the even lug train Train number 14 on the Henderson Route Sunday evening ran from Lewisport to Hawesville a distance ot twelve miles in twelve minutes bas Bvans was at tho throttle and the train was twenty minutes late Former citizen Frank Hawley spent a- faw days here list week working up an interest in a flouring mill for Hawes ville For some years he has been man I ager of the will it Addison and now proposes to bring that lplant here if the I business won will take a small stockII The Addison property we under Stand is a good one and can be secured at n very low prier Two The change of life iiis the most critical pirinl i of a womans ixisUiiro and the anxiety felt by women as it draws ncur is not without rtufion Every woman ho neglects the tare of hrr health at this tinu n rites disease antI pain When her systim is inn deranged condition Or she iii I II apoplexy or consist tiiof any organ the ttn decoy is at piriml likely to become act ct and with a host of iur votis irritations make life a burden At time also cancers and tumors are more liable to form and begin their destructive work u Such warning symp toms as sense of suffocation hot lashes headaches backaches ity sounds in the ears palpitation of the heart sparks before the eyes constipa tion variable appetite i weakness and inquie i tude and lizziness are r promptly heeded by in J r telligent women who are tho period In life when womans change may be expected Those symptoms are all many calls from nature for help nerves are crying out for thef r cry should be heeded in Lydia E Iinhhtims Compound was prepared to needs i of womans system at trying period of her life It and strengthens the female and builds up the weakened system It has carried women safely through this crisis For special advice important period women to write to Mrs Pinldiam at Mass and it will bo furnished free of charge Y Head what Lydia E Com pound did for Mrs Mrs g Junkie Dear Mrs Pinkham II I had boon suffering of tho womb for years and was tho Change of Life My womb swol Ion my stomach was sore i I spells et headaches and was very v MORNING STAR Needed to Help Handle Largely In creased Traffic on L E Line The Morning Star the handsome sidewheel steamer passed down from Louisville last Thursday morning it being her first trip in several months She returned the first of last week from the lower Mississippi for which trade she was chartered oy a southern pncir et company The boat is in excellent condition and will help wonderfully In handling the greatly increased traffic on the Louisville iC Evansville Packet line by whicn company she is owned She will make trips a week to Evansville leaving Louisville on Wednesday and Saturday Tho other boats in this trade are tho Tell City and tho John W Thomas The passenger traffic along tho Ohio during the season of 1003 has been greater than that of any preceding season for some time as passengers art turned down at all points daily The Louisville Evansville Packet com pan y line enjoyed a very large part of the passenger traffic and also freight Only last week about a dozen passengers were refused passage on tho Tell City at Owensboro The boat left Evansville with about 100 passengers and picked up several at way landings Often at the larger way landings a dozen and more passengers havA been necessarily turn d down The river has been at a fine steamboat stage all summer a very rare occurrence and this condition has added greatly to the prosperity of the river men The Morning Star is welcomed nark to the local trade ail she is one of the prettiest and best noats on the river and a very popular steamer Summer Diarrhoea in Children During the weather of the sum mer months the first unnatural loose noss of a childs bowels should have immediate attention so as to check the disease before it becomes serious All that is necessHry is a few doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose of castor oil to cleanso the system Rev M O Stockland Pastor of the first M E Church Little Falls linn writes We have used Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years and find it a very valuable remedy especially for summer disorders in children Sold by Short Haynes Successful Term Insured The 10U51DOO session of the Clover port public school will begin Monday September A most competent faculty nsiijting ot Prof j P King Edmund Wroe and Misses Jennie Patterson and Maggie Wroe Insures asuc oss tul term THE truRN OF LIFE A Time When Women Are Susceptible to Many Dread DiseasesIntelligent Women Prepare for It Relate their Experience t predisposcil this this dread- ofitnpcndingcviltimid irregularities I approaching nervousV RETURNS two tho hot Orap i1tIoOIl OdieluortatinrlUU Orf rrlE an I 00OII I wrote you for advice and commenced treatment with Lydla E Plukhams Vege table Compound as you directed and I nm happy to say that all those distressing symptoms left me and I have passed wifely through tho Change of Life n well woman I am recommending your medicine to all my friends Mrs AnnloE GHy land Chester town M- dAnother Womans Case 11 During change of lifo words cannot ex press what I suffered My sician salll I hall a cancerous condition of the womb One day I read some of tho testimonials of women who had boon cured by Lydia E TinMiams vegetable Compound and I decided to try it and to write you for advice Your medIcine made me a well woman and all my bad symp toms soon disappeared I advise over woman at this period of life to take your medicine and write you for ad- vicoMrs Lizzie Hinklo Salem Ind What Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound did for Mrs Hyland and Mrs Hinklc it will do for any woman at this time of life It has conquered pain restored health and prolonged life in cases that utterly battled physicians Lydia E Pinklmms Vegetable Compound Succeeds Where Others Fail i i r t r t I + k John T Smith Dead John T Smith died at his home at Fordnvillo this afternoon at 8 Hi oclock Ho had been ailing for some time and his death was no surprise to his friends He was soventysev years of age and had lived nearly aU his life at or near Fordsville He was a man of considerable wealth and had been retired from active work for several years Ho was a member of- the Baptist church and was one of tho best and most useful citizens in Ohio county His wife died several yet ago but he is survived by ten childrc all grown to maturity The funeral will take place at 4 Fordsville anti it-p m tomorrow at will doubtless be the most largely attended funeral ever hold at tnat placo as ho was universally esteemed arid had many warm friends and relative s Wednesdays Owensboro Inquirer War against Consumption All nations are endeavoring to check tho ravages of consumption the white plague tnat claims so many victims each year Foleys Hem and Tar cures coughs and colds per tectly and yon are in no danger of consumption Do not risk your healtb by taking some unKnown preparation when Foleys Honey and Tar is safe and certain in results Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and insist upon hving it Sold by A R Fisher Clarion Buys Linotype The Hancock Clarion has bought a- LI notype Junior Machmo from tho Mergenthaler Linotype company A machine of this kind in the hanlls of an average compositor can make and set n column of type per hour The machine will be shipped to the Claric in time to install in its new brick office which it expects to have completed by September 1 There aro few country weeklies thut own and operate a linotype typesetting machine and this last investment of the Clarion is nn excellent index of the substantial and steady growth iiit is enjoying R W Owen in New Company R W Owen and Dud Holland and Georgo Taylor have had 150 nice lithe graph certificates of shares of 204 each iIssued and are getting up n stock company of 3000 to build a large tobacco warehouse near town The nam will be The uewisport Tooacco Ware house Company No one person enn own over 10 shares It is the inton tion to get as many as possible interested in the company Lewispoi correspondent Hancock Clarion Louisvilles Union Station Louisville Ky Aug 10 The proposition to ostabisn a grand central passenger station in Louisville was referred to a special committee ac the conference of officials held at the hoard of trade This committee ot whic W J Haruhan is the presiding oilicei will hold another meeting in the nel11 future No definite deteininaion was reached yesterday but it isbeheve that the conference was a success as all that was expected was accomplish od It was recommended that the won uuion be eliminated as apart of the names of the Tenthstreet anti Seventh street stations Dr Bushs Last Trip I Dr J C Bush of Cannelton is do ing dental worn at Irvington ant Bardinsburg this week this being his Ilaht regular professional trip to Breck unridgo county Dr George W Rial another dentist has loft Cannelton ant located at Owunsboro and Dr Brash business in that section has been iu creased to the extent that he has de sided to give up his practice in this Bounty in which he engaged one weel in each month Carrie Nation in Louisville Carrie Nation was in Louisville last week On arriving she began at once n canvass rf the various hotels to find mo without a lmrlll not eat or sleet over a grog shop she explained Finally she found a hostelry that suited her but its name curiously enough was the Bourbon House She made several temperance speeches in public and privately but omitted the saloon mashing part of her program Drawing Shows Talent A drawing from a plaster cast bust ot a child the work of Lilbon Smith a ho is attending the Cincinnati School of Art has beet exhibited in a show window at J C1 Nolte Bros store The drawing has been admired for itt Correctness and shows that thus young local artist has decided talent Two Irawings by Hairy Newsorn another promising pupil from hero In the Cincinnati school were on exnibltion in the window part of last week Rock Quarry Closes Down The rock quarry below town closed town last Thursday and the employe eft for their nomes The quarry was in operation for several months filling n contract tor stone for tho piers of the bridge the Hondeson Route iIs building ut West Point over Salt river on its extension between that place and jonisville Y IIAS VTEGETABLL THEIR USES AND THE PLANTS FROM WHICH THEY ARE OBTAINED Theories UI to Why IoInoiiB Are Se creted In IMniitN KlHliliiK With Poi MOIIH In Imlln PolMoim ii nil IIoril tullty IIi the Orient It is not so very many years ago when time majority of time afflicted of mankind turned Instinctively to the woods anti ileitIs for herbs and simple to cure them of their ills It did not require much research to discover that sine by side with plants most bone tidal grow many deadly to man and his lesser brothers the animals It Is ia question which character of plants ia primitive people availed themselves most of for poisons were long consId- ered convenient and sate teams for disposing of an enemy and their use has not yet been abandoned by more or less savage tribes Today tho vegetable kingdom Is still largely depended upon for poisons and palliatives medicines and pain killers real or Imaginary but the fact Is gen orally lost sight of In tho bewildering array of extracts and tinctures chem icals and narcotics displayed on the apotbocarles shelves In lieu of the bundles of herbs which used to hang from the ceiling or rafters of the earlier shopsA of the College of Pharmacy recently reminded a number or botanists and their friends nalec turn at time New York Botanical gar den of tIle vegetable poisons and their strange uses Although he talked for an hour he had to regret that the time was too brief to more than touch upon the subject lie began by pointing out that some plants popularly re garded as poisons are not so but net mechanically Such are some of the western grasses which kill sheep by their long sharp stout barbed awns which pierce the digestive organs and cause fatal Inflammation In order to be poisonous the effects In or upon the body must be chemical or molecular Hence It Js not the plant body which Is poIsonous but some chemical constituent within time cells Often these substances can be seen with the microscope In crystal line forum In time dried plant tissuesI This Is true of strychnine In nux yom lea seeds In other Instances time 1101I sons cannot bo seen and are very dif ficult to separate mud study Students are divided In opinion on tho question Why are poisons pres ent In plants One answers that they are not there for any purpose that they mire waste processes and are poisonous because such substances are usually BO and that time plant de posits them In leaves outer bark fruits Bad seeds until it can get rid of them by the fulling off of these deciduous parts Another view Is that during such time as they remain they are of use to time plant and it iIs for this reason that they exist In its body in tho forum and with the properties they possess The percentage of poison varies with the stage and development of the plant Qt with time season and such yarlnI Ions usually coincide with the need of renter or less protection by the plant Time poison of time henbane for In itancc changes its location front one part of time plank to another aqpord lug to its specialI need of such a safeguard Other substances harmless to man are dcfhdly to vegetable germs which cause the plant to decay They are usually produced when needed and ninny of thom are never brought forth otherwise Tho important medicinal substance copaiba Is stored In the tree trunks as soon as decay produces tl cavity It tenils to check decay but It powerless to prevent It continues to Increase In quantity Substances used by plants for antiseptic purposes have been utilized by man for the sumo purpose while substances poison HIS in largo amounts have been found o1 bring about Improvement In dis eased conditions In modified and re luced doses- Catching lisp with poison Is so com lion among time Indians at least that ho fruit of the Cocculus ludlcus the iubstance oftenest used Is best known is tlsh berry Its poisonous constitu ent Is plcrptorin which acts In many ways like srychnlne but does not af feet the wholcsomeuess of the fish for food In tropical America ninny veg table substances containing sapronln uid tannin are used for time same pUtI pos Time sapronln acts somewhat like trychulne while the tannin Is said to act by combining with the free oxygen In the water compelling the fishes to one to the surface for oxygen In all these cases tho fish are merely In oxlcatcd and caused to flounder help essly to the surface where they are aslly caught Humanity as a whole hns conic to look upon poison as a too owardly and Ignoble weapon for any Mass to employ so convicted criminals can now eat their meals with safety nUll ones enemies feel equally secure nt table In India however poison Is till an approved weapon of revenge and the cattle of the enemy are tho host common victims For such work a seed resembling a imall pea scarlet with a black eye Is isually employed Locally It Is called ore pea or Jequlrlty Properly It Is nown as abrus The seed Is very poIsonous If eaten and much more sot It gets Into the blood through a wound Its active constituent is ab sIn a mixture of two toxalbumens cry similar to snake venom and much more poisonous The natives grind tho seed to a fine powder mix It to a pulp with water and mold It Into sharp icncllllke points These pre mounted on time end of a stick and used to prick tho animal which usually dies within ni jilght Human beings have been nowii to hate been poisoned In this t r lt during the period of incubation tho tnxlous little parent hovers about Perhaps better known is the angle or fishing frog It often grows to a length of three or four feet has I1n enormous lint head and a mouth ani teeth to match It Is furnished with three tentacles two from above the mouth nUll tbe third from the back of the head On of them the longest isi movable In any direction and has a small hlghl colored membrane at the end by wa of bait When another fish approaches to nibble at this lure the cunning angler which has previously partly burled It self In sand perms Us gaping jaws und tho other fish disappear Fishermen relate many anecdotes of the voracity of the angler On one oc caslon one of these lash seized a larg conger eel which had heetl hooked and was lu the act of swallowing tin huge morsel when the prey escapei from time anglers Jaws by forcing itiJ way out by the gill covers behind the mouth Thus both were drawn togeth er and the fisherman was enabled to narrate a novel variation of the ok theme The biter bit Finny creatures are to be found In whose Internal economy electricity plays an important part The torpedo or electric ray is a case In point Kj means of an electric discharge th transmission of which is due to UK conductivity of salt water it cnn benumb fish in its immediate vicinity Most probably the chief use of this shocking faculty Is as a means of de tense from predatory enemies The electric organ consists of many bun drcds of polygonal columns of cartilage separated by mucilage and extending front buck to front round one side ol tho fish As to how time electricity U collected generated or discharged by these living accumulators marine zool oglsts and electricians are alike silent Edinburgh Scotsman Fiendish Suffering- is often caused by sores ulcers and cancers that eat away your skin Wm Bedell of Flat Rock Mich says I have used Bucklens Arnica Salve for Ulcers Sores and Cancers It if the best healing dressing I ever found Soothes and heals cuts burns and scalds 125c at Short Haynes drug store guaranteed TARFORK Too late for last week Mr lull Mrs Jae Keenan Jr are having chllll- Norvin Chancellor went to Owens boro Thursday Miss Annie Hinton ot Louisville is vIsiting relatives here The recent hail storm only slightly damaged tobacco here Miss Maud Ryan will begin school here Monday August 21 Rev C L Goff preached at Cave Spring church Saturday and Sunday- L C Tnul went to Cloverport Fn Iny His daughter Irene returned home with him Mr and Mrs Will Mason of near Piggab visited relatives and friends here a few days last week Miss Nsnnie Ryan of Plsgah was a guest of Misses Jess and Maud Ryan last Saturday and uDl1ayI Mr and Mrs Gabe Shrowsborry of MoQuady visited her parents Mr and UrsJ 13 Jackson Saturday and Sun layMr and Mrs Gid Burdetto were in Jlovorporf Wednesday complying with the new school law i e buying now school books Miss Dessie Hinton of Clovorportis risitiiiKMis3 Desslo Ryan Miss Hinton recently returned from New Albany and Louisville Public Is Aroused The public is roused to a knowledge of the curative merits of that great medicinal tonlcElectric Bitters for sick stomach liver and kidneys Mary H Walters of 540 St Clair Ave Columbus O writes For several months I was given up to die 1 had fever and ague my nerves were wrecked I could not sleep and my stomach was so wenk from uslesa lectors drugs that I could not eat Soon after beginning to take Electric Sitters I obtained relief and iu a dart time I was entirely cured Guaranteed at Short Haynes drugstore price fi0- cMATTINGLY Too late for last week Miss Euphama Thompson has typhoid fever rSilas Elmore was the guest of Mjjw Tha Jessie Seaton last Sunday Otis Tanl was the guest of t Lena Hawkins last Sunday Walter Briokoy was the gnest of Miss Callie Walls last Sunday inns Fate and Miss Ida Walls atla t tended church at Tauls school lastToSunday snov Rev G Jones of Pellvillo filled Inot his appointment at this place Saturthe day and undaybrotJJoe Muffett formerly of this placemm but now of Seymour 111 is nero visit lnhing friends and relatives blel Misses Maymo and Ruby HawKins thnt of Cloverport are visiting their Wre cousins Misses Lena and Ida Hawkins troz rest Len Pateof McQuady who bas been you at Tar Springs for some time engaged ca- in carpenter work returned home last wen Sunday row Miss Maggio Keenan of Tarfork atstrn tended the picnic at Hardins schoolen o house and was tho gnest of Miss Rillotstsmoe oeHowardac Mrs Len Tanl of Tarfork who has stel been at Uloverport for the last twoIIno weeks under the care of Dr Owen came home last Sundaym II gmu Charles U Bates of Pittsburgh I i who was seriously ill some time a tPk writes that he is improved and 1JntWhe will be at home with his friends bla soonsnelunRevpa came down last Monday to visit hisstDrothorinlaw Dr Wm Howard andmn niece Miss Rilla Howard and otner mo relatives on Carl Perkins of Beechfonc who hasftdrlbeen at Tar Springs for some time accompanied by his sisters Misses Marysl and Mina PerKins came up last SuneSIday to visit his brother James Perkins tin and family I II-I- tUI Supt Fug tias ReportnState School Superintendent Fuquas has completed the annual tabulations made in time Department or Public Idwstruction to show the number of child th ren of school age reported by the cpn sins takers and the distributable share ze- or tho school fund aconring for die of tribution during the school year of th 10050 for each county and city of ther StatehThe census shows the total number of school ago to be 780340 as against 85770 for last year a decrease of 5 TI 121 due the superintendent believes o- rto less padding which was watchedn rely closely this year Ol the 780840 cI1Ilommon countiesr40032 in the city schools which lfiisi taken separately The estimate of the I- State Auditor furnished the snportn ItJ- endent cpon which was based the It- per capita of 325 declared by theklatter official is that 2420871Sillii go to the school fund of tho Treasury Uf thus amount the sum of 2800 1121 is distributed in the tabulation nadn by Superintendent Fuqua leav ng 24 16850 which will go to pay 1 tho expenses of tho State Department iiid the publication of the biennial sport of the superintendent to be undo late this fall The number of pupils in BreoJCenI idge county this year as shown by tho report is O 842 and time difftributabl ihare of revenue of the 1005 school und for the county is 2220224 rho pills that act as a tonic and not j as a drasticpurge are DoWitts Little 9 arty Risers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness Jaundice etc Early Risers are small and easy to take and easy to act Sold by All Druggists Visiting at Cannelton Dr and Mrs J C Bush entertain J ed a number of young people lastF laj evening at their homo on Foal treat in honor of Miss Belle Boyd bit Louie who has been their guest Bveral days Cannelton Enquirer Miss Boyd is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Geo Boyd formerly of this city hOld Joe Favored Frgin the lest information obtainable I the Kentucky senatorial situation is I etting a trifle acute with both sides training every nerve to roach a point of vantage So tar as we are advised the sentiment throughout this end ofItM state seems to be with Old Joe Henderson Gleaner- Subecribo for tbo NEWS THE 20S CENTURY HAIR TONIC ySfSK This wonderful preparation Is not a DYE but is a hair and scalp food and Is guaranteed to produce re suite after all socalled hair restorers have felled It Is strictly a scientific preparation It will gradually restore gray hair to original color softness and youth ful beauty It contains neither oil nor grease and 4 will not gum the hair Frees the head from and pre vents dandruff Makes the hair grow profusely even on bald beads Cures any disease of the scalp It Is perfectly harmless In every way It Is an elegant dressing for the hair SOC and 8100 bottles at druggists or large size prepaid by express on receipt of 100 Take no substitute It Is the BEST your money can buy THE 20TH CENTURY CHEMICAL COIBROWNSVILLE TENN i 4 T 7 1y k i r- ri 11 The Breckenridge News I r JiTEDNESDAY August 23 1005 of BREAKING TRAIL tt jjB the Frozen W1Idernesr It Ir tit e i IlUeaneat of All Tnnlclet To r yousnowshoes d 0d snow Into a more solid path so that r the dogs and toboggans may be brought forward to where you can make camp Even the snowshoes twoOR eighteetat every step The snow ornmIbles and plies In on top of the web so I B that you have to tear each step with a j Ir wrench and a kick and a cloud of I 3frozen white You go forward you forciunyour way laboriously through no one 1can say how many feet of snow It weariness enters into the very TheII row of your bones The strap moves back and forth justEIE enough across the moose hide mocca I sins to gall the foot to the flesh of thea toes the muscles across the Instep f ache with knlfcllke cuts with every t- Ii step as you lift the heavy weight of 3 snow that covers the shoe out of sight f I remember the first day wo stopped midway across the lake to rest The guides dropped the tumpllne from We roixhead to their shoulders cut some l tfjtfacco from a plug rubbed It be tvrecn their hands and filled short I black pipes The dogs lay fiat on the snow nnd bit and chewed at the solid lumps of Ice that had gathered on the paws With the handle of my ax IIscraped from my snowshoe the frozenI masses of Ice that gathered under my moccasins and were wearing blisters on my feet We rested here only a few minutes and then the bitter cold drove us on again for no man dares to fjThisfj esque to an outside observer Often f times afterward when uuincumbered I had gone on ahead I would stop anti turn and watch the guides black pyg mien struggling through the boundless stretch of white with their heavily loaded toboggans In great clouds of snow With their shoulders thrust for ward and their heads bent to the trail they would swing along at an even stride across the level expanse of tro zen snow broken only by tho thin line of trail stretching behind them off Into i the distance and by the many still nar rower tracks of the fox criss crossing = here and there on the smooth surface I Bcrlbners HAS STOOD filE TEST 25 YEARS mho old original GROVES Tasteless Chill IsIronno pay 50c elate Lady Bloomfield was a maid oR honor and published a book of rem Imsccnces relating some very intimate Incidents of her years at court The result the London correspondent of the Manchester Guardian tells was that the queen forbade her ladies to keep diaries while they were In wait Ing and from that rule grew one of the neatest repartees that the heart of tIre professional diarist could desire A young lady who had Just been ap pointed a maid of honor was receiving congratulations at a party and her host said What an Interesting Jour nal you can keep The girl told him that journal keeping was forbidden and the answer was But I think I should keep one all the same Then said the girl whatever you were you would not be a maid of honor Ritual to the Occimloii Chauucey Depew once dined with three ladles in a New York restaurant He was so entertaining that one of tin ladles plucked up courage and during dessert leaned over and tapped the diplomat on the arm and with an alTec I tation of shyness suldJMr Depew let us pretend that you are the shepherd Paris I am Minerva Mrs Blank Is Venus and Miss Blank is Juno Now you must give this golden apple to the fairest So saying she handed him an orange Depew did not wait an In tant but turning In his chair called o waiter Waiter he said bring Ile two more oranges DO YOU GET UP t WITH A LAME BACKtl I Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers I Is sure to know of the wonderful KllmerCoBlng cures by Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver of remedyIt cal triumph of the nine cteenthcovered after years byDrnent kidney specialist and Is 1Iti curinglame I bles and Brights which is the worst of form kdney Dr Kilmers SwampRoot is not recthfcommendedforeverythlngbutlfyouhavekld ney liver or bladder It will be found Just the remedy you need Iit has been tested In so many ways in hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to purchase relief and has proved so successful In that tlbeenwho have not already tried It may have k j simple bottle sent free by mall also a bookSlSl telling more about SwampRoot and I find out If you have kidney or trouble When writing mention reading this offer In this paper and send your address to Dr hamton N Y The made DrlJ of and bladder Disease of trouble trouble bladder generous inpnootadollarslzes are sold by all good druggistsl vDont make any mistake but remember thobtamo SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Boot and the address Binghamton N Y on over bottle 1 hi L lrP SMALL THE SECRET BALLOT BE ABOLISHED lA constitutional amendment proposing to change from the secret ballot to the viva voce system of voting will be submitted to the voters of Kentucky at the November election as pro Q 1 IIvided by an act of the last Legislature The question has not been discussed by the news ID papers but it is knovn that a large number of people favor a return to viva voce system of Ivoting Following is the amendment to holed upon and what W J Bryan thinks of the Australian system 11 g g The Proposed Amendment j Section 347 The General Assembly shall provide by law for the registration ofi11 all persons entitled to vote in cities and towns having a population of 5000 or more andmay provide by general law for the ID registration of other voters in the State Where registration is required only per sons registered shall have the right to vote m prescribedml by persons in a representative capacity the shall be viva voce and made a matterjjvoting and all elections by the people shall also be viva voce and made a matter of record by the oflicers of election acv to the direction of tho voter The IIpubHcelection in this section includes the of questions submitted to the voters as wellas the choice of oilicers by them The first General Assembly held after thq adoption of this amendment shall pass all necessary laws to enforce this provision k Section 2 This amendment shall bo sub mitted to tho voters of the State for their inffiundetIDbeing Section 1450 of the ampliation of laws t1 known and designated as the Kentucky Stat III- It utest Dggi School 1 li Ky ORIGIN OF FLY FISHING DntoN Hack to CliiKNlc Time itx Shun In J rttIr1tIProbably few fishermen ore aware that lly fishing diitis buck to classic times says Forest mill Stream A minute description of the artificial fir as used by Macedonian Buglers Is gv en by Aellnn a Greek writer of the third century A D as follows Between Berca and Thossalonlcii flows n river Astrneus by name anti there In It fishes of a spotted col or but by what name the people of those parts call them It Is better to ask Macedonians At any rate these live upon the native tiles which fall Into the river and ore like no tiles any other part One would neither call them waspllke In appearance nor would one reply to a question that this Is formed like what we call the bumblebees nor yet like the honeybees themselves It has really the proper fashion of each of the above In audacity it Is like n fly In size It might be called a bumblebee In color rivals the wasp noel It buzzes like the honeybees All common creatures this sort ire called horse tails These pitch upon the stream to seek e food they affect but cannot help being seen by the fish which swim underneathSo one of them sees the fly floating he comes softly swimming under the water fearful of disturbing surface and so scaring away his game Then ho comes near the shady of the fly gapes and sucks him just like a wolf snatching n sheep from the fold or an eagle a goose from the yard This done he disappears beneath the ripple The fishermen un derstand these maneuvers but they do not make any use of these flies for a bait for the fish for It tho human hand hold of them they lose their nat oral color their wings trey and they uneatable to the flsh So for tfilfl eason they make DO use of thejn f i Kye I Mr Bryan Opposes In 1896 Mr W J Bryan delivered an adWW 1 dress on Labor Day in the city of Chicago In the coure of that address ho said Tho ballot is the weapon by which the Jtand patriotism to right their wrongs at the ballot box they will he unable to right them 2in any other way The ballot to be ollcctivc must be used andconditions arose in this country which made it impossible for all the people to use cirCcuntstnncesmen wore afraid to exercise freely and acv cording to conscience the political rights given to them under our institutions 1 f1tfonnf I organizations which stand at the head of the wageearning classes because they secured the Australian ballot for themselves and for the people at large The ballot law did not come to the laboring men from the capitalistic classes It cams as a result of their own domrnds The laboring men today enjoy the advantages of the Australian ballot because they compelled its adoption g 3 F1 Jr 0 ieS IEditr of the Annual Louisville Training oilunont disliking thorn beemse their nature forbids their capture So with angling craft they outwit the fish devis lug a sort of lure against thom They lap a lock of reddish wool round the hook and to the wool two cocks tenth ors which grow under the wattles and are brought to the proper color with wax The rod Is from six to ten feet long and the horsehair line has the same length They lower the lure The fish Is attracted by the color ex cited draws close and judging front Its beautiful appearance that It will obtain a marvelous banquet forthwith opens its mouth but Is caught by the hook and bitter Indeed IIs the feast It has Inasmuch as It is captured Level of Two Sean When attention was first called to the practicability of a canal from the Mediterranean to the fled sea by the first Napoleon a corps of surveyors was sent out to run the levels They reported that the scheme would neces sadly lave to be abandoned because the level of tho Red sea was thirty feet six and a half inches higher than that of the Mediterranean That report put a damper on the canal project for sew eral years In 1847 however some doubting Thomases prevailed on the great powers to resurvey the route England sent Robert Stephenson Aus tria lI Talbot and France SIgnor Ise grelll They found that the two seas hud exactly the same level and the Suez canal was the result flow to Cat German Carp The Clifton Hill Mo Rustler gives the following directions for eating German carp When fishing if you catch a German carp clean it and hang it out In the sun six weeks to dry then nail It to a pine board and cower it thoroughly with salt or mud Let it stand for two months longer and then bake It two days Remove the onus throw tho carp over the back fence and eat the board but never eat the carp 4 9 t3 t A lu tt nilI A goDil dII of fraud Is practiced In Felling antique Kuzaks Dashes tans anil n I Millar rugs for there are hardly nny of these which tire more than fifteen years old They are VKotl artificially but you must un derstand nevertheless that these rugs are n Ill mute of tho very finest wools and the nutty dyes used tare pure and good When they have been mailo they are lent In the village to the butcher the linker and the candlestick Ulllklto sty one in fact In whose house there Is plenty of t IlltIIc Here the carpets are trampled upon and niado to look old They are afterward washed In a running stream and then dried In the sun And by those menus the rugs get an antique complexion and n certain gloss which are much ap 11111111 tOIl What may be called a genuine antique Is thus manufac tured and sold In the bazaar for ten times or twenty times the price for which It could be bought in London Constantinople Letter- GIrIIu11I1N AxlieM It Is generally known that Garibaldi left directions In his will for the cre mation of his body and that through the Intermediary of the Italian goy ernment his wishes were overruled Few however are probably aware of the minutiae of detail into which Garl bald entered upon the subject or of the extent of self consciousness which Is evident at every line of the direction Facing the sea you shall erect a pyre two meters high built of acacia wood myrtle and other aromatic trees and plants growing at Caprera On this lay a sheet of Iron on which shall be placed my body dressed In the red shirt A handful of the ashes place near the coffins of my daughters Rosa and Anita The rest were to be blown away by the wind as seeds of liberty for other parts of the world London Globe lAyers Pills easy to cure AiS i EabeautlfulbrewnorrichblackUstiI I niunu If B r c = CONSIDER COLORADO 1 as a sort of ha If way hovise between you and the PORTLAND FAIR I It is the break in the journey where you may unspan so to j speak pull off your coat climb the mountains whip the trout streams or if preferable a little plain loafing When two so great attractions one artificial the other natural lie thus in the same direction its a mistake to lot 2passthe opportunity to them especially if it remem that one fare covers both I I I lirnt TO TIIEIIK I TWINTho Meteor through to Fort Worth dallyTRAINDallas Houston Galveston and San Antonia TOletYe St Louis 821 m daily Observation Cars TEXASFred Harvey Meals I further information write General Passenger Agent Frisco System St Louis Mo DRMOFFETFS f TEETHINGf 1 POWDERS costs 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to J MOFFETT Ml D St Mo Mother no save the and life of Your child as thousands have done by giving these powders Is and quickly and James tho of tho summers heat upon teething Un n Southern Normal eaoa tJ TelegraphySustainsCatalogues and Free GRADUATES SECURE POSITIONS MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN WRITC Address H H CHERRY President Bowling Green Ky I un 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 louver Colorado Springs MUll Pueblo Col and retarn August 11 I 2 ami 1 lit account Fraternal Order of Ivaples S 2300 Denver Colorado Springs awl Pueblo Col and return August 21n to Sept 2 insclusive account National Grand Armyof the Republic S Athens Ga and return July 18 and 1lit account Athens School S 665 Chattanooga Tenn and return Sept Id 17 and IS account Regimental Reunion Ann ver sAry Battle Chickamauga S 6150 Portland Ore anti return daily up to and including Sept 30 ac count Lewisaiid Clark Centennial Exposition 7250 Ore and return going or returning via San Francisco and Los Angeles frequent dates doting July August and Sept account Lewis and Clark Centen nial Exposition- S 6650 San Francisco or Los Angeles Cal nndAugust 0i to inclusive 7250 SAn Francisco Los Angeles or San Diego Cal and return fre quent dates during July August and September Ch + ap tickets round trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Ter ritory Oklahoma Texas North Caro lina South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points July 4 and 18 Aug 1 and 13 Sept 5 and 10 Corre spondinglyl low rates from other South Railway For additional information folders schedules etc address A R COOK C P T A 234 Fourth Are Louisville Ky C II HUNGERFORD 234 Fourth Are Louisville Ky G R ALLEN A G P A St Louis Mo W II TAYLOE G P A Washington D C OneMinute CoughCure For Coughs Colds and Croup i I r a Sugarcoated take mild in action They constipation biliousness sickheadache to Mee do see be IIG- EOII Full information on 1squost LEE G P A II I McGUIRE D P A little Rock Ark Cincinnati i O I FHO p IFor n Cures Cholera Infantum Diarrhoea Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles of Children of Jlny Jgo Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strengthens the Child and MAKES TEETHING EASY Only C Louis Hesitate longer but health TEETHINA easily given counteracts over effects children u School Bowling d Journals YOU Encampment 1585 Summer of Portland M Hotneseekers ern Stations H LOW SETTLERS RATEST- O POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Via Cotton Belt Route On first nnd third Tuesdays of each month round trip tickets will be sold to points in South cast Missouri Arkansas Louisi ana timid Texas at ruto of ono faro plus 2 Stopovers allowed on the going trip 21 lays in which to return Cotton Belt Kouto trains leave St Louis morning and evening making connection with all lines and carry sleepers chair cats and parlor cafe cars Write in for literature describ ing the cheay lands along the Cot ton Belt Route for maps timo table and inform nlJu about rubes etc iLOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton Celt Route Cincinnati 0 1AND1 SWITCHBOALSO Largo Stock t trio Light S J Railway it n I phone Suppliton dII SEND FOR CATALOGUE IIII JAS CLARK Jr 313 W Main St LOUISVILLE ri- U tu Sr ru e l1li iI I171lr THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSL IL JNO D and V G BABBAGEIEditors and Proprietors ri I WednesdayViarr r rSubscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year r Lf CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate off 10 cents per lino f OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money I j j in advancejj Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct pleaseI notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well os the now address Ii iEIGHTPAGEShf WEDNESDAY AUGUST 231905cTILE good old summer time is about gone Are you not sorry 1 TIIK farmers around Webster are getting even with the beef ringx5 A slumber party is the new name for the old fashioned stay r nilnight party with your neighbor r TT ITT77 Dos T worry over lies your competitor tells They wont hurt you half as much as they will hurt himPrinters InkViIF a town can establish a reputation far and wide as a hustling t bWII I cen ncIIi- 0toward its future growth and prosperityPrinters Ink iIi Alonzo Morenian has between 175 and 200 acres in corn on tihisraised It has from three to live stalks to the hill and from one to for two ears to the stalk Mr Moreman is in his seventyeighth year and his good wife is past seventyfive Both arc hale and hearty find splendidly preserved for their age of deIfain111a11nerw Judge Faulkner everyjudgei ought to be stopped If there are no buyers of votes there will be sellers lielQljovosI has 4 WE 1print Judge Faulkners letter on another pngO of this im especiallyInstead of buying his way into oflice if ho got his just dues he would the day land in jail The idea prevails in this county that all a candidate has wit to do is to put up money enough and he can get there This is true J of the leaders of both Irlrties They think that a four or five thousand dollar campaign fund will have more influence any time than a well have defined set of principles and policies What the people want is lion esty sobriety and straight forward dealing in office as well as iin 1 bunks The standard of a man who is a candidate for office should be as highas the standard required for the man who wants a job on our railroads or in our banks A drunkard and a gambler has no thane for a place in either of these corporations and the sumo rule should apply to men who want our offices JOE ALLEJf OF BRECKENRIDGE Louisville Herald BreckenfpublicJoe the Sheriffs ticket This is truly a cusp of the office seeking the turn And a better boy couldnt have been named Joe Allen is a plain unassuming hardworking armer boy honest upright sober and straightforward in his walk and dealings with men Ho is a Republican of the Roosevelt order and is worthy of the support of all fairminded men The Herald has not the honor of Joe Allens personal ac quaintance It sincerely wishes it had and hopes for that honor soon Meantime we take the word of that excellent paper the NEWS for everything it says of Joe Allen What a distinction to be spoken as a hardworking farmer boy plain unassuming industrious onest upright sober and straightforward 1 What better qualities an American citizen have It is these very qualities which have made America the greatest nation on earth These qualities will keep this Republic in the forefront civilization They are a more successful promoter of American industrial expansion than protective tariff and of American institutional liberty than Monroe Doctrine What nobler distinction for American young men than to be likeI Joe Allen of Breckcnridgo a Republican of the Roosevelt order There are 50000 such young men in this grand old Commonwealth Republicans of the Roosevelt order are the manful truthfulupright sober young men who straightforward in their walks and dealings their fellows vote the Republican ticket The Herald counts among its friends thousands of such young men but its friendship and helpfulness are expansive enough to in all Enrolled 1der its banner it wants every Joe Allen in the State every young Roosevelt Republican ready to tinge manly I sacrifice for the party of American advancement and State cmancipa on opposed to all machine tactics methods and policies The hour the Republican young men of Kentucky has come Tho starlit hand of Justice has marked it on the blue dint of heaven Kentuckys r young Republicanism wants a Republican party for this State clean every tinge and taint of Democratic and Goobclistic despotism lantern methods of campaign fund raising but a fair NoII put and openly to be answered by every true Kentuckian what l you give to the cause of Kentuckys liberation from gang rule 1 f There ore scores of Joe Aliens in every county They can by t inauguratefor not yet conceived Resolutions of Respectour summons shall come our friends may say of us She hath done what We the committee appointed by the she could superintendent of the Bewleyville Sun 2 That we extend to her bereaved I school to draw up resolutions on father and other friends and relatives death of Miss Mamie Snyder sub our heartfelt sympathy and pray Gods the following resolutions blessing for them in their hour ot Resolved That as Jamie was a affliction cheertnl industrious girl and would 3 That while we sometimes wonder been a faithful attendant of our at Gods mysterious ways we trust Sunday school it her health had pet wo play always say sods will be witted we try to so live that when done 1RE THIS DY CATARRH II 1IeI sure to GIV- ESatisfaction Elys Cream Balm Gtn Relit at Once It cleanses soothes and heals the ells nand mnmlrnnn It ed RdrlresIn the Head quickly It Is absorbed Heals and Protects the Membrane Restores tbo ntdrUKKlstsELY BROTHERS M Warren Street N Y 4 That a copy ot these resolutions be sent to each of the county papers ono to her father and one be spread on our minutes ClaraJordan Annie Compton f DavIe Cain Wilburn Gregory Injured Stephensport Ky Aug 22Spea- far Wilburn Gregoryof Louisville formerly of Cloverport a brnueman on freight train No 62 had his hand so badly mashed hero Saturday wail coupling cars that it was necessary to have his thumb amputated at the first joint and his forefinger at the ascent joint Dr W H Wimp and n sur geon from Louisville performed the operation Mr Gregory has gone to his home in Louisville Lott Favorably Received Union Star Ky Aug 22f3pe- claI Hon John Y Lott ol Lewis port Republican candidate for State Senator from the Tenth Senatorial dis filet spoke hero Saturday He was favorably received by all who beard him I KAYEWEST g Q=SEj IIREPUBLICAN NOMINEEr MORRIS ESKRIDGE Candidate for County JudgeB- ItECKENIUDGE COUNTY Your vote and Influence solicited and will bo appreciated Republican Committee Meeting To tho Republican county court mittee You are hereby notified to meet at Hardinsburg at 1 oclock p m Saturday Sept 2 business will come before the commit tee and every member is urged to be present Gas tihellmari Chm Go to Niagara Falls Mr and Mrs J 0 Orntcher and Miss Nannie Lyddi n Webster Hon D O Moorman and wife Ulendoane Mrs Ike Adair and Miss Flora Til ford Fordsville H L Bell and Miss ProfeTaylors party at Louisville last en route to Niagara Falls 1Delivers Prisoner Hardinsburg Ky Aug 22Spe cial Sheriff Bannon of Hancockt county was here Sunday and deliver ed Harrison Douglas colored to Jail or Shellman Douglas is wanted for flourishing a pistol in a tnreatening manner The health of H E Moorman who returned Monday from his vacation at Zion is in very poor condition Subscribe for the NEWS p I Flour and Produce Barrels Ilii I have opened a Cooper shop at West Point IKy and am prepared to furnish barrels in Send me your orders Iqunntities In nn F1H1 Important Thursday d1 POINT k f E r I HF + iii Fourth Annual Masons Barbecue i Iii i KyiY F J Biggest of them allthe BestICannelton Commercial Brass BABY SHOW Awayi1Band of J ConradGiveI Twenty fecesBaby Payne Co fI l A novel feature in this years attraction will be to capture between the hours of 2 and 3 oclock in the afternoon BILLY THE SCOUT Billy t j jcan be caught only by using the following words exactly as printed below flt You are discovered you are Billy The Scout Itherefore claim the reward t Yourtt tskillas a detective for an hour t tA 100 GraPhoPhone Given Away The Same Old MerryGoRoundLadies LADIES FOOT RACESII Go to Hammans Store Cloverport and Hear it Play winnerGivenC W llamman Gives 50 in Gold to the Winner We introduced It last yearGivenyears ofnge500 to the winner by the Bank of Cloverport t 1 Excursion RtesLRound Trains H fSt L R yii IWest Point FordsvilleBartlesMitchellRock k VanzantLong1 RoughEkron 0 r GlendeaneGustonMcQuadyIrvingtonC Webster 70 Waitman 75 Hardinsburg 1Lodiburg 60 riaceo 90Harped = GarfieldMystic 45 Owensboro 120Bsi Springs f I r i j a I J ii I f c I i = f AN OLD ADAGE AVS A light purse Is a heavy curse Sickness makes a light purse The LIVER is the seat of nine Lt tenths of all diseased 416 Pillsaomrled to pgoto the root of the whole mat ok pterthoroughly quickly safely ortnnt and restore the action of the mmlt s LIVER to normal condition I to beit Give tone to the system and tmp solid flesh to the body Take No Substitute t r Rndt I The Breckenridge News Hon 1deaTn WEDNESDAY August 23 1005 d Miss Prof hsDr Keene August 28 Itlasto Miss Clara Dyer is at home from ails Philpot t 16 John Ditto of Decatur Ill was 1 lro Thursday Spa 1rand Mrs S V Conrad went to mcock Niagara Falls Thursday sliver 1 1Mies Elizabeth Babbage of Louis o Jafl ed forville is the guest of relatJvesI eningHarvey English of Union Star spent the past week at Tar Springs Miss Martha Willis returned Wednes who day from a visit at LeitohHeld cntionMiss Katie Moorman returned Wed u nesday from a visit at Owenaboro I II Miss Grace Perry spent Sunday atI Stephensport the guest of friends Mrs Viola Jackson went to Kockvale Saturday to visit Mrs Joseph Jones yMrs Ike Meyer ot Louisville is the I guest of her parentsMr and Mrs Jacob Mayhj h t Mr and Mrs John Talbott camejj VIsittlI ffirelativesrigllIlss Effio Pate came up from Owens boro Saturday to visit Misses Amy RmlII roWl c Carrie PateIMiss Lula Severs has been visiting lIDMiss Judith Ellen DeJernette at Har J dinsbnrg m Misses May Owen and Addie Young ill of Norganfleld are visiting Miss ElIza 5 beth Skillman Im Miss Murrell Gregory has returned Romney1m i David DItto of West Point was here Thursday en route to Texas I where he will reside j Mrs Fannie Lishen returned Satur day from Owensboro where she has been visiting lrie1ll1eJJ The Misses Cannon of Hawesville were the guests of Mr and MrsHenry Yeager part of last week Miss Adelle Fisher has returned trom Owensboro to visit her aunt Mrs Adelle Hnmbleton j Mrs Romney Renfrow ot Dundee has been visiting her sister Mrs JM Gregory and other relativesII o Dr Keeno will be at DrLightfootsI jfoffice to do all kinds of firstclass den tistry on August 28 for one wEekjj i Mr and Mrs Alvin Simmons and I I 1children who have been visiting in Louisville returned home SundayII i Miss Ruth Hnynes and visitor MissII Bessie Simpson of NIchol asvil1c have gone to Rockport hid to visit friends Roy Heyser of Detroit Mich has been here part or the past week theC guest of his parents Mr and Mrs F 1 ftT Heyser 1 1Prooter Keith and Clayton Rice of f reenvillo who has been visiting his a aunt Mrs J A Barry were at Halee dinsbnrg Friday the guests ot friends Goo Farber was here trom Fonley last Friday to attend tho funeral of his mother Mrs Ulrluh Farber His I family also was hero part of the week Mrs John Allen Murray andI I daughter Miss Donald returned Sat i urday from a weeks visit to her sonii John Allen Murray and other rela tines in Louisville Morris EsKridge of Hardinsburg Republican candidate for county I fudge and W J Hall of Rockvale e 1 Republican candidate for jailer we- reeke I in the city yesterday t if Miss Maude Polk and visitor Miss Pearl Gregory of Frankfort go to Tobinsport today to visit la iss Verna f theyIwill accompanied by Ryan for a visit j J f j r- r n SUPPORT scorns EMULSION serves u a bridge to carry the weakened and 1 starved system along until It can findelinn support In ordinary rooder Send for free sample Q SCOTT BOWNE Chemists1 09415 Pearl Street New York Soda and fi oo all druggistsII fs Dr Keeno at Dr Lightfoots office August Ii8 For good shoes and cheap call on Conrad Sippel Proctor Keith w ent to Mooleyville Monday on a business trip Miss Tie Bates of Bardstown is the guest of Dr and Mrs J T 0 wen Have just received a nice line of shoes for men women and children Conrad Sippel Miss Ray Heyser returned Monday from a visit at Leitchfield Glendeano and Hardinsburg Mr and MrsR E Moorman and daughter Miss Margaretreturned Mon day from a visit at Zion Misses Elizabeth andMorgaret Skill mar and Marian Bowmer returned las week from Dawson Springs Emmett Mattingly came down from Louisville Sunday to visit his parents Mr and Mrs O M Mattingly- Dr R P Keene the Owensboro dentist will be at Dr Lightfoots office on August 28 for one weeK Mr and Mrs G W Short left Sun day for an extended visit to Owensboro CAlhoun Sacremento and Hartford Hugh Barringer arrived Saturday from Huntington Ya for a visit of several days to Lawrence Murray Why send your girls to cities andl towns where thev learn extravagance and are exposed to all such dangers asIfrontgatefolly stolen II tetea tetesduok suppers etc and whir the cost is three to fivA hundred dollars per year Send them to Lynnland t where they will be strictly in the country carefully protected and thoroughly taught for about half the cost Send for catalogueW B Gwynn Olendale Ky Edward Harris of Louisville was here part of last week the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs J G Harris Mr Thos Wat ins returned to St Joseph Mo Thnrsdav after a visiti here to her sisters Airs E B Oglosby and Mrs R E Moorman and Ir and Mrs S S Watkins at Owens aoro Will Mullen went to Hawesville Fri day for a visit of several days He returns this week to Marshal Texas after a several weeks visit here to hisI mother Mrs Wm Muller and other relatives t MISS Judith Miller and visitor Miss Linnie DHuyof Evanston Ill went to Niagara Falls last week whence tnoy go to Chautauqua N Y to join Miss Elizabeth McKibbins who is known here Mrs Chas B Skillman andI daughter Elizabeth returned Friday from an extended visit to her par ents Mr and Mrs Thos Young at Morganfield They were accompanied home by Miss Lillie Waller and Master Waller Young Capt and Mrs J H Rowland and Mrs H V Dnncan went to Brandon burg Saturday to visit Mr and Mis D M Duncan Capt Rowland returned Monday but Mrs Rowland and Mrs Duncan will r mam until tne end of the week If you are still undecided where to send your girls lot us help you out Send them to Lynnland The reason able cost the healthfulness the praise of old patrons and pupils the extensive apparatus and the hign order of teaching donelal preclude the possibility of your making a mistake Send at once for catalogue W B Gwynn Pres Glendale Ky Unnecessary Expense Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea come on wihont warning and prompt relief must be obtained There is no necessity of incurring the expense of dI physicians service in such cases iif Chamberlains Colic Cholera nUll Diarrhoea Remedy is at hand A dose of this remedy will relievo the patient before a doctor could arrive It has never been known to fail ov en iic the most severe and dangerous casesI and no family should be without it For sale by Short Haynes 7 iLOCAL BRIEFS John Webb a middleaged colored man died here Thursday at the home of his brother Allen Webb He was burl ed Friday in the McGavock neighbor hood his former home Death was du exto flux Jas TucKer ot near town and Wm Sanders are ill of typhoidfever Mrs TF Sawyer who has typhoidl fever Is somewhat imprrved Mrs Frances Savyer has been qUite sic k of malarial fever Marhta the little daughter of May or and Mrs L T Reid is ill of ty phoid lover The horse attached to V G Bab bage Sons delivery wagon ran away down the Baptist church hill Satur day afternoon Virgil and Eldred Bab bage were in the wagon but jumped out at the top of the hill and I not hurt The horso broKe loose fro the wagon near the foot of tho hill- Y I 5 4 I t riDR R P KEENE q I Ifjj TAYLOR KEENE TAYLORmm I I DENTISTS 1 i JjjVJ n 1 M week out of each month prepared to wI yWj iiWill be Here August 2- 83r3I I rA4 break in the harness caused the runaway tMrs J C Mattingly has been quite sick + + Mrs CB Skillman gave a slumber party Monday night in honor of Misses May Owen and Addie Young of Mor ganfield visitors of her daughter Miss Elizabeth Skillmau Those present were Misses May Owen and Addie Young Eloise Nolte Virginia Hudson r Lenora McGavock Mildred Babbage and Elizabeth Skillman Monday even ing Mrs Skillman entertained in honor of lIiss Lillie Waller and Waller Young of Morganfield the following guests Misses Margaret Moorman Edna Jarboe Martha Willis Jennie Mabel Harris Louise Babbage and Messrs Clayton Rice of Greenville Harry Weatherholt Frank White and J D Babbage Jr Word was received here yesterday that Mrs Ella LaNeave daughter of Mrs E A English of this city is seriously ill at her home at Frank lin Tenn BEWLEYVILLE Miss Blanche Jolly left Thursday for Niagara Falls Murray Blanford has been quite sick for several days Miss Sarah Campbell is very ill at Horace Snyders Miss Lucy ClarKson is the guest of Mrs Ada Foote James Snyder is making his home with his Eon Horace Mrs Nannlo Hodges is the gnest of Mrs R D Cain Miss Maude Witt was attending Sunday school here Sunday Miss Roberta Foote of Owensboro is the guest of cousins near town W H Cain Sr is ill at the home of his daughter Mrs W W Keith Miss Kate Stith of Louisville iis spending a fortnight at Fair Lawn Some good Masons went to Branden burg Saturday night to raise n man Dr A M Hardaway will lx here August 28 to practice dentistry for on week Misses Hannah and Judith Beard of Hardinsburgspent several days last week thd guests of Mrs Drury Ivan aud Nell Ditto of Parkland are spending this mouth with rela tives hers Mrs D S Richardson of Union Star came Monday to visit Mr and M Thos J Jolly Mrs Anna dayman and two laugh tare of St Louis are guests of Mrs Thos P Hnidaway Miss Fannie Hardaway and brother Edgar left Wednesday for Shepherds ville to visit the family of their uncle Henry Hardaway Mr and Mrs n 11 Sanders of ICAS TORIELBears thothe Kind You Hare Always Bought Signature Y 111or 7 Q rrrrrrrrrr rrrarrrr rrrrr 0 0 Iii Nows The Time N r WHILE TilE WEATHER IS r 1 GOOD TO LET US HAVE 1- 1 1 1 YOUR ORDER F- ORLUMBER 1 r s r r I YOUR HOUSE BARN OR STABLE PROBABLY NEEDS J SOME REPAIRS WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF FRAMING MATERIAL A ND CAN SUPPLY jj iiCIIOIC POPLAR OR WALNUT j t AT A MOMENTS NOTICE S 1 COME TO USrx Prices furnished on application jj iR Special prices on large orders i- I I iII i Kym i10 rrrrrr rKk kkrk k kkra 40 I Ii RI Wants Ii1- 1Fr33r 3r3T3r r3 3T33 3i Advertisements Inserted under this head at 1ono cent a word per week = = FORSALEMILCIt COWS Foil SALL Two good mllcli cows one fourthlTtJrse l other with call J E Keith Cloverport Ivy SALESMEN WANTED InIties Salary or Commission Address Lin coin 011 Co Cleveland Ohio LOSTWATCH LOSTAt Masons picnic HardlnsburK a movementinitialswill be l1berallrrewllrded by returning same to Ky FOR SALE FAKM FOR SALFFarm Apply to Gardner new Cloverport Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines GnsollneEnJlnesMAHTINLouisville Ky FOR SALETUITION CERTIFICATE FOR SALETultton Certificate Bryant Loulsv1l1oForenrUlKe News Cluverport Ky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct 31 1905 Niagara Falls Excursions Aug3 1 7 24 On above dates tickets to NiagaraIFalls and return will be sold tcr round trip good returning 12 days from date of sale Niagara Falls Excursions July 27 Aug 3 Aug 17 Aug 24 On above dates rate of1270 for round trip Clovorport to Niagara Falls ann return good to return twelve days from date of sale will be made Cheap Rates on Branch All branch points 100 to Louis vine and return Saturday August 26 L II it ST L TIME TABLE EAST 1I0UXDINo 46 Dally Fast 507 AM stops at West IoiS only arriv es at Louisville 715AM1 No 42 Dully Mull and Express leaves CIo verport 052 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clu verport 448 p m stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 7 25 p m Train No 48 Dally Cloverport accommodation arrives Clovurport S80 p m WEST HOUND DallyCiovorportaccommodlatlonloaves vllln 000 am expressloavosIlawesvlllo LowlHtmrt Macio Owensboro Sutnley Spottsvitle Ifendersou and th unsvllie arrivet St louis i l0 p m Train 11o43 Mali anal Express dally arrives Cloverport 791 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louts fast train leaves Clo verport 11 00 111 arrives EvansvilleI35 A 740 A 11 stops at Hawesville eOwensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 41 between Loulsvlllo anti Evunsvlllo Through sleeping Gars und reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 40 between Louisville und St Lonls Fordsvillc Branch EAST HOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllo 430u in sin ivus Irvington h40 am Train Xo4 Dally except Sunday leaves Iordsvlllo 320 p m arrives Irvington 520 p in Train No 6 Sunday only Fords vlllo 030 a m Irvington I1103 a m WEST HOUND Train No 3 Dully except Sunday leaves Irvington 050 a m urlves Iordsville 245 p mTrain No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 650 p moo arrives Fords vine 025 D m r r4 x TE are not disposed to I 11 r Voverlook the ftct Iil = that the interests of t the bank and those of the people are closely i +IiIibound together They canY mnot by any means be suc m cessfully separated 1 5 ft ftThe 1 ladies and the Young people are especially cc g busccf f receive our careful and f lilipromptl attention tfx ffINSURED d P AGA I N S Tif i M LOSS BY FIRE AND 1 BURGLARY HIGHEST RATE OF INTEREST r p PAID ON TIME DE ID 1 POSITS M 1IIBank of Cloverport Cloverport Ky i m Louisville spent Saturday night and Sunllay with Mrand Mrs ZBCK Stith A large crowd of other friends also I i ifEETME AT NOLTESI EVERYBODYS Going to the Masons Barbecue This Year SEPT1stAn ideal time to take a day off and enjoy yourself A new feature to the amusement this year will be the appearance of BILLY THE SCOUT on the grounds between the hours of 2 and 3 The first one to find Billy will be given a pair of shoes by us be the winner lady gentleman boy or girl The only condition required is to use the following words to Billy Ton are discovered You arc Billy The Scout I therefore claim the Toward II Billy will not be dressed as a scout Now capture him if you can J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky w of of in are and a fine in a to at and It pays to buy food stuff for quality rather than wh- yCADICKS GOLDDUST FLOUR is such a It will delicious to eat than vu have The methods of inure It is of wheat It awaits at Cadick Milling Co GRANDVIEW IND u VdtAV Wi rI THE EQUITABLE LIFE I SPLENDID SHOWING II- For First Six Months of 1905II Assets December 31 UJ04j 413958020 74 Assets June 30 1905 421249272 79 Increase during last six months 7296252 05 Income first six months of 1904 80412827 38 Income first months of 1905 38799138 19 Increase iin first six months 51I1905 2880810 Policies issued first six months of 1004 II Policies 05592 issued assuringfirst six months 1905 100129821 I j assuring 180700998 00II Assurance in force Dec 31 1904 504 594 policies assuring 1495542592 Assurance in force June 80 1905 5S8 00II554 policies assuring 1520434739 Increase in assurance during the policies last six forceII I ft IIHENRY Building POWELL llanagerII w n JIspent Sunday with them Sam Payne Allen Station Tex Isspe ling the greater part the summer visiting his relatives Breokenridgo county Counting him there thirteen brothers sisters They make looking group picture recently taKen Saturday night when the crowd was only beginning assemble the ice cream supper the rain began Always best your cheapness chats good investment make more things any idea purest grain and the best milling this the finest product the- groceryou your six of of 1083 in 18960 J continued an hour All prbparations were made fine tables tastefully ar ranged with three lovely girls for each one and visions of tine tunes with some good literature all quickly dame pened When the shower was over wo went to the old storeroom on Main street and had a splendid good time sold what we couldand realized about half the desired amount Golden Rod UH fToCure a Cold in One Day In Cores Dl Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A fJb on every Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months This Signature t C lam hex 25c i aw p Jr Y 1 I 1 r- r I1wThe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY August 23 1005 At Hogwallow Hogwallow Kentuckian Brother Enact Oliver preached ia earinon at the Hog Ford church last Sunday that fairly raised the roof Hi aslo raised eigoty cents Salem Barlow was caught wbilo getting away with two sides of meat ar a hawg liver from onr cousin Nat Botts smoke house Wednesday night The matter was hushed up os Salem is our hustling constabl e Last week while Bud Henstep was trying to swap his shotgun it eut off and killed a tellow named Pete Somebody who lives uomewhore near Tickville No ill feelings exist be tween the families as Bud didnt know the gun was loaded Miss Hostetter Hocks is laid up this week from being nut by a hawg las Sunday She was to have eloped with Jim Henry Rassnrn but Jimd mule jumped the fence the night before and got foundered at a straw stack Richard Henstep got drunk Thurs day and rode his mule off the Oandei creek bridge The creek was up and him and the mule stayed togotiier They floated on down and took breakfast with Brother Euick Oliver Sim Flinders is hustling about those days selling his new patent goose yoke It is constructed cn the same plan as the calf muzzle the editor in vented last summer HAY FEVER FOR 27 YEARS Well Known New England Woman Cured of Hay FeverCure Was Lasting s The thousands of discouraged people who dread the approach of summer because they have gay fever and cannot Dud any relief from it will rend with interest and gratitude the fol lowing statement from Helen S Wit Hams of Mansfield Moss For Ii7 years from tho month of August until heavy frost I have born afflicted with hay fever grow ing worse and worse eauh year until of latter years I was unable to attend to my work during that period Last summer I fortunately gave Hyotnei a trial and I am happy to say that it entirely cured me and I bftvB lad bo occurrence of the disease glace This letter Is only ono of many that have come to the proprietors of Hyomel and the results followinc this treatment have been eo remarkable that it is proposed at the annual con vention of hay fever sufferers to recommend Hyomel By breathing the germkilling and healing balsams of Hyomei anyone can have at any moment or the day either in their home or office a cli mate like that of the White Moun talus The complete outfit costs but 1 ex tra bottles 50 cents Short Haynes agree to refund the money to any hay fever sufferer who uses Hyomoi without benefi- tMomentous Historical Event- St Petersburg Aug 10 Russias national representative assembly the fruit of decades of stress and striving for reform which endows the Russian pttople with the right of being consult ed through their chosen representa f H preparationHits place among the fundamental institutions ot the empire In solemn manifesto Emperor1 Nicholas announces this morning tht fruition ot his plane summoning representatives of the peo pie as outlined by Him in a rescript issued March 3 last fixes the date tor the first convocation as midJanuary Tide signalizes A momentous histor heal event overshadowing the libera tion of the wrta in 1801 The national assembly will be a consultative organ isation in connection with tho council of the empire and not a legislative bodyI The powers of the emperor remain theoretically absolute as tho emperor is the supreme law giver and autocrat Sick headache results from a disord I ered condition of the stomach and is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Short Haynes August Century Sales 4Although the August edition of the Century was largely increased to meet the anticipated demand for the t magazine containing Rudyard Kip lings 1An Habitation Enforced the edition was virtually exhausted in less than a fortnight from tho date of issue Within a week the main office of the American News Co had not a copy left j and the publishers have nQt sufficient reserve supply to meet the demand coming from the news companies throughout the country OASTOREAHao Always Bought1 nthcCf A FAMOUS CHARGER The Story of Mnrensro Xn oleoni Lnnt War Home Napoleon helped himself to the crew ture when he encountered the manic lakes on the bunks of the Nile In 1708 Superb as were the horses of these knights of the desert the white charger with the great blnck eyes wide nostrils clean limbs and a brave heart as Ibrahim the hey described him was the most splendid of them all He was a small horse only Just over fourteen hands faultless In shape and dauntless In courage Napoleon rode him at the siege of Acre at the battles ef Marengo Austerlitz Jena and Wngratn lIe took him to Moscow In tint fatal campaign against Russia and rode him at Borodino and on the Bercslna river When disaster had come and Na poleon was banished to Klba the fa vorite horse was not permitted to ac company him I had rather I had shot him than that King Louis should possess him the fallen emperor said and he laughed with grim satisfaction when an equerry reminded him that the Bourbon king was himself too unwieldy to ride Marengo or any other horse Two years passed and Napoleon was back In Paris The turn of fortunes wheel hind brought him to the top again Louis was a fugitive sad the emperor was wildly acclaimed by time fickle populace who but a few weeks before had shouted for the king Once more Marcngo wns led from his triable once more time housings with the gilded bees were buckled on his shapely furor The horse old In years mad white us fresh linked snow was as full of courage as ever Ills inns ters Imnd passed lovingly over his satin skin ns Napoleon mounted him that fatal ISth of June whon the troops were forming up on the fields which hind been so fresh and green that morning nail where the larks sweet song was silenced by the first booming of tho guns The white charger carried the emperor as proud ly as ever the wide nostrils sullied the battle clouds as they had often done before A musket ball struck the creatures Hanks and the white skla and golden bees were stained with blood and dust Late In the afternoon Napoleon turned his horses head from the field Time battle was fought and lost Only Marengos fleetness and tireless cour age remained between him and captivity Nobly the old horse responded to his call Away through the trampled corn across the broken ground through the awful scenes of slaughter nod the heaps of the dead and dying away through the merciful darkness of the summer night away toward Paris once again That was the last time Napoleon rode his favorite Lord retro found the poor beast wounded and utterly worn out at ft roadside Inn where Napoleon had entered his carriage leaving the horse behind Marengo was brought to England and even tually sold to General Angersteln of the grenadiers Ills old age was passed at Angerstelns place In Norfolk where the horseto the last beautiful as a picture attracted much notice On his death the gen oral presented one of the hoofs to lIlj old comrades of the Guards brigade and another belongs to General Anger steins family at Weetlng halt Nor folk London Modern Society Still lnMntlMl1ed Goln the whole way mister Inquired the passenger with the green necktie as he took out his snuffbox preparatory to settling himself for a cross examination The man Interrogated eyed him atten tively thon replied No I get out at time third station I am going to collect some money due to me for groceries supplied You see I am n wholesale grocer Tho busil ness was left to mo by my father 1 am married and hue live children Time eldest IB eleven years old I tun exactly twelve years and nine months mar rled I live iu u semidetached house rented at 40 My wife Is fair and weighs twelve stone She was a dairymaid before I married her and has been vaccinated twice I have fllO In tho bank and I was fourteen when I left school The man in the green necktie had a dissatisfied look as ho inquired What did your greatgrandfather do for a livingLondon Standard Itcoliroclty In Clilckcnx Poultry and the house orchard often make an excellent combination The poultry stir the ground considerably fertilize It and take an interest in the solution of the Insect problem There Is reciprocity The fowls need sun shine shade a range scratch bed grass and grit the trees need scratch lug and fertilizing Poultry seem to bo especially valuable In the plum orchard no curcullo playing possum escapes them Which animal to use for pasturing the home sod orchard is mostly a question of expediency Be fore you decide this however go over the whole subject again and see if it will pot be better to till the orchard after all Garden Magazine The Llret Steel Skyscraper The first steel skeleton building ever erected was known as the Tower build ing Iud stood on lower Broadway New York city When the architect submit ted time plans for It to the building department In 1888 the members of the department were so puzzled that they had to turn the whole matter over to a special bonrd of expert examiners For the first time In the world a building had been designed in which the entire weight of walls and floors was supported by the steel skeleton and the build ing laws contained no provision for such a structure But the experts aq epted the plans and the modern sky scraper was born p j 1- J1efo7 THE SINGER I I eJJalybz I eai nci affides 1 1 I I Prices are Goodjj Terms are Better Machines the Bestjj You are assured of proper Instruction Supplies andI AccessoriesII Get a Singer GuaranteeOL- LIE I RICHARDS Agent Cloverport Ky Faulkners Stand For Honesty In Elections Of General Interest Judge HO FanlKnerof the Twenty seventh Judicial district has received a letter from one ot his constituents which together with nis answer may be of general interest in the State The letter in full is ns follows Warbranch Ky Aug 0 1903 The Hon HrC Faulkner Judge Barbourville KyDear Sir We have several very warm races coming up in the primary election for candidates for county offices in this county I have several relations and friends who ale candidates In this primary I desire to take a hand for them in the election I am not comverpant with tIlE election law and do not wish to violate tho law I ask you IS my personal friend for your advice upon the matter as to how far a man may gu in the way ot relatingetc for his friend In the election Please answer at your earliest convenience and oblige Your friend LevyPennlngton1 Assuming that this letter was in tended to elicit his views upon the question of bribery in elections and all violations of the law in that respect the Judge answered his friend as follows Barbourvillo Ky Aug 15 1005 Levy Penmngton Esq Warbranch KyVenr Sir In answering your letter of August U I have to say that one Cannot use money to influence voters in an election without violating the statute nor can one receive money from another for that purpose without being guilty of being bribed nor can one use money of his own to influence voters inon election without being guilty of bribing another Section 1580 Kentucky Statures provides first That any person guilty of receiving a bribe for his vote at an election or for services or influence in procuring a votn or votes at an elec tlon shall be fined from 50 to 500 and be excluded from office and stiff rageSecnndBribe or bribery means any reward benefit or advantage present or future to the party influenced or intended to bo influenced or to another at his instance or the promiso of such reward benefit or advantage Third whoever shall rtcoivo money or other thingi ot valuj to be used for the purpose of procuring or influencing a vote or votes shall be deemed to have been bribed You will I notice that I have omitted betting on I tho result of an election which un der certain circumstances constitutes bribery or being bribed Section 1587 Whoever shall bribe another shall on conviction be fined from X50 to 100or imprisoned from ten to ninety day or both so fined and imprisoned and be excluded from office and suffrage j II your next grand jury will be in structed to indict every person violat ing either of these sections Emphasis will be laid upon corruption incident to the use of money and liquor in our 4 elections and primaries No mfn will j be allowedto sit upon your grand jury until he can taKe the oath that he has j not directly violated either of the I above statues within the last eighteen months Heietofore I have had difficulty in enforcing these two sec tions mainly because four or more persons who wore themselves either j deeply implicated or whose immediate friends were implicated wer upon the grand juryI11 am determined to break ub the wholesale practice of tribery in this I judicial district if it be possible to do I sn in a legal manner Knowing you to be a good citizen as I do hope you will aid me in every legitimate manner within your influence Say to your friends everywhere tha t they can not afford directly or indirectly toI accept money from any candidate to be used for the corruption of voters in either the primary or general election That they cannot unless they mean to violate the law and become guilty of bribery use their own money for theirI friends to corrupt the voter that heI who receives muney from another to be used in an election for tho purpose ofI influencing voters in such an electron is already bribea himself nod should be fined from 50 to 500 and excluded from office and suffrage And that in my judgment we will not be able to break up bribery in this state until we punish those who buy votes their aiders and abettors as strictly as we would punish the poor devil who sells his vote As soon as we understand thA law to tho effect that he who takes money and goes forth to buy votes or to have it done by others is himself bribed and is as much a violator of the law as he to whom he gives the money and when we enforce the law along these lines WP shall have more KENTUCKYS as STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON G 6BIGIN PREMIUMS 25000 PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 9 Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Information GEO A BAIN Secretary AddressI 1 than half the battle won Nor can our candidates for office afford to use money in the primary or general election If thoy do they must give that money out to somebody for use In the several pieoinots and wards and this very act is of itself a viola tion of Section 1587 quoted above 1 propose to have every candidate in your coming primary election brought before the next grand jury and carefully examined under oath by your Commonwealths Attorney touching his use ot money in that election And to have from him the names of all persons among wnom he distributed his money or liquor if any This policy will be pursued in every county in this district and rigidly adhered to while remain Judge of your district It will be applied to all parties and factions of parties alike and to all primary and general elections liThe giving selling loaning and procuring for another spirituous liquors on election day is prohibited by our election laws Aside from this the giving of liquor to any voter for the purpose of influencing his vote is bribery and tho persons receiving it for such purpose is bribed This is a fair meaning of Section 1587 Kentucky Statues given above I am very truly your friend liB 0 Faulkner i Never in the way no trouble to carry easyto take pleisnnt and never fail ing in results are DeWitts 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 May Solve Aerial Problem To a T Best a former citizen of Hardin county may belong the distinction of revolutionizing aerial navagition Mr Best who is now a citizen of Louisville has perfected a planfor a dirigible ship which he in tends to build provided he can inter est capitalists in the enterprise and tor this purpose ho has gone east He has worked on the plan about thirty live years and is confident that his airship will fly and be a success The wight of the first machine he pro poses to build including a sixhorse power gas motor is 025 pounds leav ing a carriage capacity of 1875 pounds tor about six or seven passengers and a limited quantity of baggage The carriage is to bo thirty feet long taper lug to ft point and of sufficient width to permit two passengers to sit side by side The top is to be oval shape and so consttncted tor the purpose or lessen ing the air resistance TLe machine is expected to attain a speed of at least forty miles an hour nod to accomplish this will not use moro than hhlf a gal Ion of gasoline per hour Mr Best says that he has aimed largely to effect a saving in fuel which in turn permits greater carrying power 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 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 8 per cent interest Write for particulars also about cheap rates to the Southwest Aug 15I Sept 5 and 10 Oct 3 and 17 E W LaBEAUME G P and T A Cotton Belt Houte St Louis Mo LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET GOI- NCOHIOUATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and vans ville- Steamers TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4pm Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 176i Clovorport to Evansville 175i Cloverport to Owensboro 75i Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150158 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and Pi A 6EOH WILSON Slip Kentucky Rural RoutesTWashington Aug 17W R tpl11J man general s perintendent of rnrp11 free delivery emphatically denies th 1 charge that Kentucky has been dis criminated against in the matter of the establishment of rural routes Said he today Bt On June 80 1U04 Kentucky had 82 rural routes in operation On June 880 1005 she bad 504 routes in operation a gain during tho fiscal year of 224Frural routes This statement is 11CIsufficient reply to the charge that Kenco cotOOkyhands of the rural delivery otHcislswDuring the last fisp 1 year 846Ispetitions for ru ral routes in Kentucky b were filed and on Juno 80 1005 therclose or the fiscal year 174 petitions 01 were still pending These will have at dEtentiontl around to them tt It W Big Farmers Picnic O Hinoaak county exp3cts to lava the biggest farmers picnic in her history natBawcsville on August 80 The HoneA O Stanley will be among the 0 speakers of the day A free dinnerSIof tho best barbecued meats will bek senetlf 1 eAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAt P Your Watch t g 35 Repaired t 53and Guaranteed Sl P n p Itwodontdoaswesaywowlllwe tl n We have firstclass land tuarUanteed goods In watches clocks chains charms rings a spectacles silverware etc at i Prices You Cannot Duplicate 3Elsewhere I Wo live hero and everybody Iknows us If our word is nottgood dont believe what we say Our big sales and immense e j amount of repairs speak what people believe 3 T C LEWIS SON Y I YOUR JEWELERS 13 HARDINSBURQ KENTUCKY VYYVYYamrnYYrrrryt 1 Sour StomachNo rv nods headache constipation bad brnUlcgeneral debility sour risings and catarrh el j the stomach are alldue Indigestion K 4t1 cures Indigestion This new dUcovery flir lents the natural Juices of digestion u utv exist In a healthy stomach combined via the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure doe m4 only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but thAI 1 famous remedy cures all stomach trouble by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach J H uyri1vieI 7urKodolfor bib Kodol Digests What You ItBo- ttUionlr I 100 Size hoWtnt 2X UmiU Mri elm which itlli for 80 anti Prepared by L O O WITT 4 DO OHIBAM I Sold by alii Druggists Ask for the 1905 ICodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar SUMMER EXCURSION VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R to California and Colorado- and to the Lewis nnd Clark Centennial Exposition PORTLAND OREGON- at special reduced rates Homeseekors round trip and one way colonist on the first and third Tuesdays in each month to points in Mississippi and Louisiana Homeseekers round trip on theflrstJJ and third Tuesdays to points in Indian Territory Oklahoma Ar kansas Texas Etc CHeap Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark via Memphis i Illinois Central Weekly Excursions 10I CALIFONIAsiExcursion cars through to Los Angees and Ban Francisco via Now Orleans Every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednes day from Chicago Full PixrUcxjlars concerning all of the above can be had ot Homo Agents or bf addressing PW HARLOW D PvA Louuvllh The Breckenridge News Ll WEDNESDAY August 23 1003 h 1 REDUCEDbeId But Not Believed Necessary to Get 82 Higher Prices For Tobacco 0 Tho following from UpToDate 24Farming oflloiiil organ of the Amen acan Society of Eqnitygives thou tobac nutshellaeScoffers said tho acreage of tobacco would not 10 reduced in 1005 There 46Issufficient evidence to prove that it Iy has been reduced however The latest arereport from the Department of Agri isculture indicates that the percentage of todecrell8e is at least 15 per cent and as etthe claim is made that there is a large increase in the Hurley tobacco districts vvo have no reason to doubt that the acreage of dark tobacco is no less than 20 per cent under that of 1004 byyi neetessary and we have had no reason to I1n I1nohange our position That it will as ersist in establishing better prices we 8know That if this reduction is kept up in 1000 and again in 1007 there will be a great shortage of tobacco is- o undoubted The shortage will make prices highIn fact the farmer if or = ganizeclcan command their own price = Hut we question the necessity of such t a course We beliovo that when farm ors become thoroughly organized they I can sell the production of a normal acreage at fair prices by refnsing to sell any for less And abnormally high I prices will naturally lead to an ab normally laige crop creating a tem porary surplus that might be difficult to take care or Tho farmer has do monstrated his power and now it is np to him to demonstrate his business t ability and sagacity The salve that heals without a scar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve No rem edy effects such speny relief It draws h1I out inflammation soothes cools and heals all cuts burns and bruises A sure cure for Piles and skin diseases DeWitts is the only genuine Witch t Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by All Druggists = Bad Weather For Quail = An agricultural authority says the = wet season has been unfavorable to tho t quail and unless protected these beauti ful and useful little creatures will not 1lie able to produce their usual broods t flvery farmer should resolve not to kill n quail and to do all ho can to prevent their slaughter by tho pleas ure hunter from tee pities Dont nb their posts but when found leave thorn a shelter of grain or grass as the case may be Feed them in the winter and protect them from their enemies during tho breeding season Quail are invaluable on farms each a one being worth more than its weight I in gold as a bug cater tlI Great Temperance Wave I 10FollowI IeingI many religious revivals 1a great I wave of temperance reform seems to II be sweeping over Eastern Kentucky Nicholas Fleming Lewis Greenup t i Rowan Carter Morgan Menoree EstUUl Powell and Broathitt counties hiiiv all voted to prohibit the sale of spirit I one liquors und a vote will bo takenI on tho same question in this county 116 Saturday Sept 2 The women have organized and will leave nothing un dono to secure tho success of piohibi tloji Their campaign begins today C FROM HEAD TO FOOT yon feel the good thats dono by Doctor Plercos Golden Medical Discovery It cleanses regulates and invigorates Stom ach Liver and Bowels and so purifies the blood And through the blood It cleanses re fills and Invigorates the whole system In recovering from grippe or In con valescenco from pneumonia fevers or other exhausting diseases nothing can equal It as an appetizing restorative tonic to build up needed flesh and strength It rouses Into natural actioneverrorgan functions and restores health and vigory For every disease that comes from foul- S II imI ousness and the most stubborn Skin Scalp or Scrofulous affections the DIs 11coveryI Is a sovereign remedy Dont be hypnotized wheedled or over pert Into a substitute only JJsJ1adcd selfish medicine seller may mako a greater profit on tho Inferior t article The Discovery has a greatj record of nearly forty years with thou sands of cures behind It uDear SlrSororal years asro my blood be came Impoverished and I becamo run down in health I bad no appetite could not sleop and was practically unfitted for work Suf toned from Innumerable bolls and Val In bad hape Dr Plercos Golden Medical Dl cov ery relieved mo of my wretched condition The medicine built up my system and re I i stored mo to a normal condItion or health I can speak most highly also of Dr 1Iercea Pa vorlto Prescription as it has been used In my family for year in cases of female trouble VALKNTINK FRANK k liO Goodrich Street Buffalo N Y Tho Peoples Common Sense Medical Advisor by II V Pierce M D Chief Consult- Ing Physician to tho Inva lids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y Paperbound FIIEE on re ceipt of 21 onocont stampsI for mailing only or cloth bound for 31 cents Address I the Author as above 1 r rr Pierces Pellets Cure Constipation t s Moons Eclipse Arouses Interest In Comin Eclipse of The Sun The eclipse of the moon which took place the night of August 13 has ar oused considerably interest in this form of celestial phenomena and it is line ly that tho partial eclipse of tho sun which is to take place August 80wil bo watched with unusual interest In the United States the eclipse is visibl east of a line drawn from GalvesUi through Denver and north to Mon tana It IS total in Tunis Northern Africa and extends northwest througi Spain and Portugal Tho eclipse will bo visible in Clover port from about sunrise at 5 28 oclocl until 030 F J Walz of the Weather Bureau at Louisville saw the total eclipse or the sun which took place in 1000 am which was visible in North Carolina It was a magnificent and inspmnf sight ho said and one which 1Is worth crossing a continent to see In the path of the eclipse there is al most total darkness while extendini around can be seen thb light of the sun shining on other portions of the landscape Tho marvelous corona or atmosphere of the sun is then visible in all its glory and thA sight hold the spectator spellbound It is stil largely a mystery and each eclips which gives the fleeting opportunity for its study is taken advantage of tithe full extent TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BKOMO QUININE Tab lots All druggists rotund tho money If It falls to cure E W Groves signature IIs on each box 25- cGroves Buys at Skillman R Tobin Grovesono of tho leading businessmen of Tobinsport was here Monday and Tuesday taking an in voice on the stock of goods owned bl A L Ireland our merchant win has been in business here for sevora years MrQioves will take possessor at once and will endeavor to ham out the goods in a satisfactory man nor Skilhnimcor Hawesville Plain dealer Surveying Retarded Heavy rains and high water art greatly retarding the survey of the Ohio river below Louisville that was recently commenced by a corps of forty men under the charge ot S F Crocil ins The river is considerably higher than it has been known for many year at this season of the year This both interferes with the crew that is taking the soundings and the crew makiiij the precise levels Blue Island Ill Jan 14 1001 Mess B Ely Bros I have used your Cream Balm in my family for nine rears and it has become inj family doctor bur colds in the head 1 I use it freely on my children It is a Gcdsend to children Yours respectfully J Kimball Messis Ely Bros I suffered greatly with catarrh and tried different re medies wifljout effect After using one holtje of your Cream Balm 11 found relief and I cannot praise toe highly such a remedy Miss Cora Willard Albany N Y fifty Three Sundays in 1905 There will bo tittythree Sundays in this year an occurrence that will not happen again for 110 years Tho extra Sunday can be utilized in attending church calling on your best girl read ing the surintures playing with the children breaking a two year old colt or some other way One hundred and ton years from this date you will be paying the penalty or enjoying the pleasures of the method in which you choose to spend the extra Sunday Ex Federal Jury to Investigate A Washington dispatch says that the Federal grand jury by order of Presi dent Roosevelt will investigate the errors ir the tobacco statistics made by the Department ot Acricnltnre Tnlcy Qn Private Property Archdeacon Paley who died on May 25 1803 wrote Evidences of Chris tlnnlty The archdeacon likened the divine right of kings to tho divine right of constables and satirized the Institution of private property by tho simile of a hundred pigeons In a field of corn If Instead of each picking where and what It liked taking Just as much as it wanted and no more ninetynine of them were to reserve only the chaff and refuse for themselves and heap up tho rest for the weakest perhaps worst pigeon of the flock that said Paley would be Just like human private property Four White Fetlock In Franco In former times a horse that possessed four white stockings hud the privilege of being free from toll There Is a passage In one of the works of Frederick Mistral the famous poet of Provence to the following ef feet By the rule of tile road there was nn old custom which was respect ed by all that the carter whose lender had four white stockings whether go tug uphill or downhill had the right not to leave the roadthat Is tho nar row paved part when tho rest was In a bad state and thus arose the prov erb Who has four white feet eau pass everywhere j a It t- raVy i WAYS OF THE PERSIAN The Queer house and the Water Supply of Yexil Persia is mostly desert but desert In Persia Is of many kinds The ordi nary desert Is good soil and where It can be watered Is extremely fertile Generally It has a hard but rather gravelly surface The oases are not really very different In diameter from the desert however according to the llcv Napier Malcolm In his book Five Years In a Persian Town Water Is brought from the mountains In a most curious moaner It Is found near the hills at depths varying from sixty to n hundred yards be low the surface From the hills to the center of the plait says Mr Malcoln there Is a considerable though very gradual declivity so when the original shaft has been sunk and water found perhaps at 300 feet be low the surface a long line of similar shafts Is sunk toward the center of the plain at distances varying from twenty to forty yards the line some times stretching for more than forty miles until n point of desert has been reached that lies as deep down us tho originalI water level Then all the shafts are connected at the bottom by burrows Just big enough to afford passage to a man the water is let In and appears In an open ditch In the center of the desert Houses that are not very new are al ways more or less tumble down but no man wants his house to last forever Jsobody can realize the damage that can be done In a town like Yezd by a really wet day says the same writer Some while ago we had twentyfour hours of rain which destroyed 1 believe about a couple of hundred roofs and what Is worse caused the older aqueduct pits to fajl In blocking the water supply In some parts of the town for three months Is there any other town In the world where a little extra rain causes a three months drought There Is a story In Teheran about a Dutch ambassador who was so afraid of the roof falling that In wet weather he Invariably slept under the table However he was a- very tall man and when the catastro phe happened he got his foot crushed In Yezd houses are built only for pro tection against heat In winter the citizens grin and bear 1t the mer chants close their offices and stay at home and only the smaller tradesmen and artisans go to the bazaars The heating nrrniigcinont consists of a wooden stool under which a charcoal brazier Is placed Over stool and brazier a heap of rugs and quilts Is placed and the family tuck their legs under the wraps squatting on the floor AVliy They Laughed One evening Ctirlottu Puttl stung In a large town Just as Ferrnntl the buffo was leading hoi out of the door upon the platform some one In the an teroom behind cried out to him that his coat had burst at the oeam In the back It wits too late to go buck for the au dience had seen him and the two singers advanced to the footlights The knowledge of this mishap took nil the CUlt out of Ferrantl aid the duet which was sung in Italian was s dole fully devoid of Its usual humor that PattI noticed it before they were half through nnd dropping the text of the duet she fitted the following words to It In Italian What Is the matter with you tonight I dont understand your nervousness Nobody laughs at SOUP Whereupon Fprrnntl In tho melliflu ous Italian responded By the saints I have burst my font Everybody will laugh when I go off the stage If they dont now At this unexpected interchange of personal feelings Max Mnretzek and his orchestra began to laugh Immod erately Then the people In tho front seats seeing tho orchestra and the artists laughing Joined In themselves and the merriment presently broke out Into applause all over the house Ah said one of the papers next morning there Is nlwnrs something majestic In FcrrantPs singing of that song People burst Into sympathetic laughter without being able to tell why Movable neilrooiiin In one of the old castles of northern England visitors pro shown two rooms which arc connected with each other by a singular mechanism Each room Is adjoined by an alcove used as a sleeping room apartment and the floors of the adjoining alcoves turn on a pivot In the center of the partition wall This Ingenious device was thei Invention of one of the ancestors of the present proprietor who was somewhat of a wag and found great pleasure In frightening and mystifying his guests When one had gone to bed In the green room nnd the other In the blue the floors were turned on their plots and on awakening the visitorI found himself In strange quarters with clothes that were not his own It Is said that this fun loving lord lost a rich inher itance by thus disturbing tho restful moments of a wealthy aunt who never forgave the trick her nephew played upon her Pftrlah Clerk nn Actor In the fourteenth century the parish lerks of London frequently took a part In the miracle plays then commonly acted In churches and also annually performed mystery plays In public near the old clerks well which gave Its name to Clerkenwell Occasionally they even acted before royalty Thus lollinshed records that the LondonI uirlsh clerks of the Brotherhood of St NIcholas who formerly were a dlgnl led body with a chartered guild andI mil of their own In Bishnpsgate street performed a play on three successive nights before Rlchnnl IL and his queen tnd court to divert the royal resentment against the citizens of London fort recent riot In the city t i r PROFESSIONAL CARDS LATHAM MEDICAL INSTITUTE ELIZABETHTOWN KY Chronic Diseases treated by Harmless neiudinghomeopathyI i TherapySuggestionAmong the Chronic Diseases treated are Nasal Cutarrh Ear Mouth Throat Uronchlal discuses Constipation DiarrhoeaIndigestion Headache Pills Fistula Rheumatism Neuralgia Diseases of the nervous system Asthnw Diabetes Neurasthenia Slsoplessness Stammering St Vitus Dance Paralysis Kpllepsy Liver heart kidney and bladder diseases Dropsy lameness Scrofula Sequelae of acute diseases diseases of the skin and Membranes Ulcers diseases pe culiar to females etc Superfluous hair aud facial blemishes removed by Electrolysis Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor alsQ Notary Public Ican suivoy your Lands write your Deeds and take tho acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed- J H HUNSCHE Casper May d Co Canneltou Ind V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience in set fling estates All collections reas onableCloverport Kentucky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURG KY will practice his profession to all of tht Courts of Ilrec enrl o and adjoining counties Special attention given to collecting road discs and criminal practice License to practice In Hinted States District Courts OQlcofvei sank of Hardlnsburg I A == = f 7 1 Ilji W A Walker 9 I j ii- V Sj DENTIST j Satisfaction guaranteed Jf iiPatronIze your home dentist 0 StoreIIr 1 Office over Klncheloes Drug fj irIIRedwood und cedar shinnies Redwood beveled sidinjr Skill sides t inches wide and 20 feet long No 1 Y P laths Y P flooring and ceiling White pine doors nnd snsh Prices greatly reduced Estimates Solicited Cloverport Planing Mill Tennis Court in West End Chas Berry Geo Wendelken Chas OBrien and Wm Wilson young men of the West End have had a tennis court laid off a short distance north of tho Henderson Ronto shops for the us of themselves and their friends The tennis court laid off several weeks ago in the public schooluouso yard bus been a very popular nlace for lovers of this game and the one in the West fcnd will drnbtless prove as attractive a spot New Wharfmaster A 0 Dngan assumed the position of wbarfmaster last week under B L gtader local agent of the Louisville Evansville Packet company Will1 Furrow the former wharfmaster now has a position with OConnell A Co Subscribe for the NEws St Francis Valley Lands Of Southwest Missouri and North east Arkansas river bottom made soil rich as cream for corn wheat oats clover timothy alfalfa fruits and vegetables Yield big crops no fall ures Lands now cheap but advancing investigate this fall HomeseekerH rates Aug 15 Sept 5 and 10 Out and 17- Write for St Francis Valley booklet K W LaBBAUME G P and T A Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo- tI This Years Corn Crop Corn is king in Kentucky this year and the harvest of this important crop promises to exceed by hundreds of thousands of bushels the yield of any other year The crop is now piacticul ly safe with tho exception of some very late planting Throughout the State in bottom and on hillside in the rich valleys and on the poor fields such luxuriant growth was never before seen One of the most beneficent things in connection with tho crops is that the farmer on poor land who usually has a scanty crop and sometimes noth- Ing at nil will share this season with the rich farmer the groat blessings Hof rain and sunshine that have made Kentucky a veritable Goshen Buys Store at Lyonia Mr and Mrs J E Wiles of Si rocco Meade county were hero last Wednesday morning on route home from Chambers Hancock county on a visit to his brother J F Miles who has bought the stook of goods of J E Quisenberry at Lyonia Mr Quinsen berry will retire from the mercantile field after having been in business ten years Return From Bridal Tour Mr and Mrs Fred Fraize who were married in Louisville on Wednesday August 2 at Tne Seelbach returned last Thursday from a two weeks bridal tour to Eastern points At present they are the guests of Mr Fraizos parents Mr and Mr Frank Fraize GAISTORIABe- are theThe Kind You H8 Always Bought1 Signature 11of Associate of Washington J T Conner of Rome Ind formerly of this city was here last Thurs day on business trip Mr Conner Is son of Torrence Connera Revola tionary soldier and an associate of Washington and Lafayette Mr Conner died in 1841 and his connection with the war of the colonies and the two great commanders is inscribed on lift tombstone Was in Poor Health for Years Ira W Kelley of Mansfield Pa writes I was in poor health tor two years suffering from kidney and bladder trouble and spent consider able money consulting fhyaioSana without obtaining any marked benefit but was cured by Foleys Kidney testlImony that it may be the cause of restoring the health of others Refuse subatiutes Sold by A R fcishor Has Thuriib Cut Off John Batt who resided hero several years ago had his thumb cut off in a portion of toe machinery at planing mill at Owens oro last week Southern Arkansas Lands Timbered rolling perfect drainage no swamp good water Grow corn cotton small grains cowpeas ana believed to bo the coming clover and alfalfa countryporous clay soil and clay subsoilcheapest lands in Southwest Splendid stock country 10 months range Write for Southern Arkansas book let and Homeseekers rates Aug 15 Sept and 10 Oct 3 and 17 E W LaBEAUME ti P T A Cotton Belt Rut St Louis Mo un Subscribe for 15he NEWS 44 44 + + N + + + NNNO NII T IHardinsburgT I A B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS + Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson iiInsured against loss by fire or burglary t Interest paid on time deposits 4 00 NN N N A N NN1N N The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Ca ptal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 1Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 W H BCAVMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CIIAS B SKILLMAN Asst Oashiw Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited j Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furuithed our customers free NEW SAFF NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits u u C OtH6tlNCCt m 00 0eoQe iSiGti OSlbttdlfl oe+ e9iE BlKatB i First State Bank = i IRVINGTON KY w J PiGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VfcePresident- II H KEMPER Cashier IIAccounts E of Corporations Firms and Individualsi solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits 91WttiatilNt 1itti sea of THE- e Fifth Avenue HOTEL I KyI+ a a a 5 ITho most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city making a 1300 rate Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parta Of tho city- Everything neat andicleun m 6+ 4 4 + DAN BROOKS CO LIVE STOCK COMMISSION flERCHANTS CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY NI NNN N N N1 NN Sanfords Fine Inks 6 Mucilage 3In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO DBABBAGE School books etc Ja i i k sfcjswtaa i l- t The Breckenridge News umuu WEDNESDAY August 23 lOOo WEBSTER Road working is the order of the day Wo are experiencing the delights of a boef ring- J H Mays lost a valuable young jack last week Miss Ada B Henderson is visiting relatives in Owensboro Crawford Beauobauip has been in disposed for several days Tnore is more than the usual acreage ground broKon for wheat Woody Matliis and wife of Cincinnati are visiting the Kurtzes The prospect tor corn crop in this section is highly gratifying Joe Lyddan of Owensooro is visit ing his uncle L M Lvdaan J C Kurtz has returned from an extended tour of southern Kentucky Hol Drane and John Lyddan each purchased a valuable horse last week Frank Hull and family of Clifton Mills visited at Owen Keys lust Sun dayMiss Kuth Gill of Louisville is visiting the family of H H Hat fieldAlfred Payne and wife of Bewley ville visited Jas Witt and family SundayWill Basham and family of Mystic visited Jonas Basham Saturday and SundayMrs J F Drane has returned from a visit to her son Will Drane in LouisvilleMiss of Mnldraagh has been tho guest of Miss Elizabeth Hall for sevoral days H C Truman of Pordsville is visiting Mrs T G Jordan and other relatives here Mrs Geo Livers and children of Texas are visiting at John Lyddans and Wm Kendalls Mit s Nan Lyddan accompanied JC trutcher and wife on the Niagara Falls excursion last week Miss Lotitia Campbell of Louis ville was the guest of her sister Mrs N B Robertson last Sunday The horso and mule market contin dos to climb and good horses and mules are eagerly sought atter Mrs H B Kurtz will attend the district ladies missionary society which is in session at West Point this weekB J Mattingy and wife of Har dinsburg visited their daughters Mesdames Payne and Compton last week A Touching Story is the saving from death of the baby girl of Uoo A Eylor Cumberland Md He writwi At tho age of 11 months our little girl was in declin ing health with serious Throat Trouble and two physicians gave her up We wore almost in despair when we resolved to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds The first bottle gave relief after taking four bottlos she was I cured and is now in perfect health Never fails to relieve and euro a cough or cold At Short Haynes drug store rOc and fiOO guaranteed Trial bottle free I j LODIBURG Protracted meeting began at Hay mond Sunday Sunday school at Raymond is pro grobsinj nicely The dance given by Jas Avitt f Thursday night was largely attended Claud Campbell was the guest of Miss Mary F Argabright Thursday Misses Cora and Esther Brown vis ited Miss Mary F Argabrieht Satur lay Miss Blanche Payne of Mystic visited Misses Ola and S B Avitt Sunday t AyersA I V- V This falling of your hairr Stop it or you will soon be bald Give your hair some Ayers Hair Vigor The failing n will stop the hair will r Hair Vigorr grow and th y scalp will be clean and healthy Why be satisfied with poor hair when you can make it rich to Mr hair nearly nil CJIIMO out I then tried Ayer hair VlifurI nod only our bottle otoppeil tho falling New hair came In real thick and Just n little curljrMRS L M SMITH Saratoga N Y e f100 a bottle J C AVER CO All ilriircUU forinwell Man Thick Hairif f RAW BLEEDING SCALY ECZEMA Looked More Like Piece of Raw Beef Than Human BeingDoc tors Useless Blessed Relief and First Real Sleep in Weeks After First Application and SPEEDY CURE BY CUTICURA REMEDIES I Words cannot describe the terri ble eczema I suffered with I was almost a solid mass of sores from head to foot and looked more like a piece of raw beef than a human being Blood and pus oozed from a great sore on my scalp from under my fin ger nails and near lyall over my body and every hair in my head fell out I could not sit down lor my clothes would stick to the raw and bleeding flesh making me cry out with pain My doctor did all he could but I got worse and worse I did not think I could live and wanted death to end my frightful sufferings My motherinlaw begged me to try Cuticura I said I would but had no hope of recovery But oh what blessed relief I experienced after applying Cuticura Ointment It cooled the bleeding and itching flesh and brought me the first real sleep in weeks It was as grateful as ice to a burning tongue I would bathe with warm water and Cuticura Soap then apply the Ointment freely and took the Resolvent for the blood Soon the sores stopped running the flesh began to heal my hair started to grow and in a short time I was completely cured If any one doubts this tell them to write to me MrsWm Hunt 135 Thomas St Newark N J 4 Complete Eittrntl end Internal Treatment lor wry Humor from Pimple to Scrofula from Intoner to Agt eonbttng of Cutlcura Soap 25c Olntment Oc nuol Vent Sac In form of Chocolate Coated 14th 25e per Till of dlmey be had of ill druKliti A tingle let often curei tMtllxl Free flow to Cute Every llumor Misses Maggie Anna May ana Lu cile Stewart visited at Georgo Sketos SaturdayGus of Holt who has been visiting Miss Lizza Bell Head return ed home Friday Mrs Jesse Knott and Mrs I C Argabnght visited friends at Freedom several days last week Mr and Mrs Adam Basham and daughters Ethel and Jennn visited W A Argabrights family Sunday Miss Eliazbeth and D B Bandy and Miss Mayma Adkisson visited friends and relatives at Union Stat SundayChas Bruce and family Mr and Mrs Curt Gentry anti Mrs I C Argabright and son visited Mr and Mrs A W Bruce Sunday NOTICE On account of the prevalence of yellow fever in tho South and tho danger that the same may extend to Kentucky All persons living within tho city limits of Clovtrport Ky are hereby notified to clean up their premises within the next ten days by cutting weeds grass etc To drain all standing stagnant ponds or pools aUo to clean out all outhouse staMesI privy vaults water barrels pigi pens etc that may cause unwholesome stenches or breed poisonous insects and to disenfeot same with time or crude carbolic acid Upon failure to comply with this order all persons will bo prosecuted for maintaining a nUIsance and will be liable to a fine of not less than five or mote tnau twentyfive dollars and the city officers will proceed to remove such nuisance and judgment will be rendered against property owners or holders tor the cost of such removal L T Held Mayor Dr F M Smitb City Health Officer EKRON S J Brown went to Louisville SundayC Stith of Vino Grove was here laat week Miss Gertrude Allen is visiting her aunt Mrs W M Frymire Miss Hallie Gilpin retnrned Sunday to Long Branch whore she is teaching schoolMiss Hallie Brown ot Hardinsbnrg is visiting her aunt Mrs Blunt Shncklett Z T Cox Will Robertson Blant Shacklett and Joe Blair were in Louis ville on business last week Mrs Step Richardson of Owadso I T is visiting Mrs Slant Slmcir lett end Mrs Jas Woolfolk Ed Whitehead of Clovorport has been doing some tinisnin work on D R ShacKletts now house Mrs Jas Richardson and children of Louisville have been with Mrs Blant ShacKlott for several days Rev BII ShacKlett left Friday for Missouri where he has chargo of a church and w ill enter college at LibertyR Sham of Oakdale ITeb left hero last Friday for his home with some vary fino stock he had pur chased while hero Mrs Albert Craycrott who has been here visiting her mother for ecmetiuio left Just week for Louisville to join her husband where they will locate Miss Laura Lee Guedry and grand motber Mrs Elbert returned from a visit to Lnconia Ind list week M r Wash Elbert came with tho m for a few days stay G B Burhans Testifies After Four Years G B Burhansof Carlisle CenterN Y writesII About four years ago I wrote you stating that 1 had been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure It entirely stopped tho bricK Must sediment and pain and symptoms of kidney disease disappeared I am glad to say that I have never had a return of any those symptoms during the four ofI that have elapsed and I am cured to stay cured and heartily reo om mend Folovs Kidney Cure to any one suffering from kidney or bladder trouble Sold by A R Fish- erSTEPHENSPORT Miss Ida Jarrett has returned home from Garfield Mrs W S Schoop is spending a few days in Louisville- Dr Y H Wimp visited his parents at Irvington Sunday Miss Emma Allen of Omaha Neb is visiting relatives here Mrs Albert McKaughau has return ed home from a visit to her mother Miss Grace Ferry of Cloverport was the guest of Mrs Lige Miller Sunday Mrs Susan Allen is visiting her sister Mrs Boyd McKanghan of this placeRev J T Lewis filled his regular appointment Sunday at the Baptist church Wm Petitt and daughter left Sun day for Uniontown Ky to visit his daughterMrs Roberts and party have re turned home from the Chautauqua at Owensboro Mrs Hensley of Hardinsburg is visiting her sister Mrs James Skillman of this place Mr and Mrs Will Eitlegeorge of Canton Ohio were guests of their aunt Mrs Pike Conn last week George McCubbins came home Sat urday night from Louisville and return ed Monday He is improving Mrs George McMillen and little daughter Ella Lewis of Hawesville were guests of Mrs Eliza Rollens Sunday Peculiar Disappearance J D Hunyan of Butlerville 0 laid the peculiar disappearance ot his painful symptoms of indigestion and biliousness to Dr Kingj New Life Pills He says They are a pertect remedy for dizziness sour stomach headache constipation etc Guaran teed at Short Hpynes drug store price 25c UNION STAR Plenty of rain Crops are looking well Owen Brunei is on tho sick list I Protracted meeting began here Sunday Preaching at Shiloh last Friday night by Rev J L Moore George Knott who has had typhoid fever is improving slowly Miss lieunt U of Missouri is visiting Miss Frances Baysinger Rev Gibbons filled his regular ap- pOintment at this place last Sunday Dr Walker will be in Union tar- Ang 3031 Sept 1 to do dun tal work C 0 Black and family were guests of Mr and Mrs T B Cart one day last week Taylor Board of Hardlnsburg at tended tho picnic at Shelmans mill last Saturday- Mr and Mrs W L Black Mr and Mrs Walter Barger and Mr and Mrs S A Cart ware guests of C 0 Black and family last Sunday READ TillS Syuisonia Ky March 30 1003 Dr U W Hall St Louis Mo Dear irl would like to become your agent for the sale of your medicine in this neighborhood Your Texas Won der has saved the life ot one man whom two doctors had given up to die and there is none of your medi cine sold nearer than fifteen mills of this place so I would be pleased to hear from you concerning the agency as soon as possibleED DRAFFEN Syinsoma Ky A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weaK and lame backs rheu matism and all irregularities of the ddneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble In children If not sold by yonr druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of f1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall solo manufacturer P O Box 020 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold byall druggists have all kinds ot Rubber WEGoods ot the very best quality and as cheap as = can bo hud any place Household SyrlnKO 5 hard rubber pipes regular price 43 OUR PRICE 150 Comfort Seamless Bulb Syringe 3 hard rubber plpeslrlJulur linen 125 OUR PRICE 80c Household Xo 1 2 pipes regular prlco 100 OUR PRICE 60c GoodrIch Family Syringe metal valves a pipes regulur- prfco 7ac OUR PRICE 40c Loader Combination 2llartl Syringe anti Hot Water Bottle regular prlco 5175 OUR PRICE 125 2 Quart Victory Fountain Syringe 3 pipes regular prlco 123 OUR PRICE 75c Household Rotary Spray Ladles Syringe two syringes In ono regular price 175 OUR PRICE 135 Davola imparted Ladles Syringe all soft rubber regular price J150 OUR PRICE 100 Iloust hold Ladles Syringe No 2 regular uric 5123I OUR PRICE 75c Pure Gum Ulcer land Ear Syringe tho Infection tube being soft will not Injuro or paInI the a Tooted parts while In operation regular prlco Sec OUR PRICE 30c All good housekeepers know tho value of spices lies In tho strength and flavor Our spices are far stronger than the ordinary spices and possess full richness of flavor pureWoand pickle season at reasonable pricesLYONS DEMPSTER Irvington Ky FREEFor a club of three subscribers to the BreckenridgeNewsat 300 we will send one of these twobladed pocket knives worth 75 cents The blades of these knives are made of the best steel file and wire tested and guaran teed to take and keep a keen cutting edge and warran ted uncondition ally by the manu facturers If one of them prove the least defective all you have to do is to return the knife and get a new one If you are a sub scriber renew your own subscription and get two others to subscribe with you and get one of these good and sub stantial pocketknives It is just the knife for a farmer or a farmers boy Sent post paid to any post office in in the U S BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky Subscribe for the News IHDWES 1pRC0 GLASSts TORICOID GLASSES are spectacle and eyeglass lenses ground In a peculiar man ner so as to give a much larger clearer field of vision than any other glasses and a sense of freedom and comfort to the wearer that no other glasses afford and which can be ap predated only by those who have tried them They arewlthout question the most scientifi cally constructed glasses that have ever been made and when made Into BIFOCALS near sighted and farsighted glasses combined singlelensof any other form of Bifocal Glasses byTby them and their authorized agents under a positive guarantee that If they do not give satisfaction In every way 1hey may ho returned and the money paid for them will be refunded If you have any trouble with your eves or II glasses have not given you perfect com Jourand satisfaction In every way write to us GLASSESmentlonlngthis TJ Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY r Enjoyable Family Reunion Mattingly Aug 32SpecialOnt- he sixty first birthday of Mrs Joseph L Taut was neld a family reunion of the Joseph L Taul familyeight child ren and twelve grandchildren being present After tho presentation of numerous nice and useful presents to Mr and Mrs Taul by their children an excellent dinner was served which was enjoyed by till present The day was one to be long remembered by all All their children were present except one BOD who was iota iced at his work in the Henderson Route shops at Cloverport Claim Good Majority Hardinsburg Ky Aug 22Spe- oiaiThe Hon G W Beard and Judge N McC Mercer made temper ance speeches at the picnic given at Coyles schoolhouse Saturday The vote on the local option question is to be taken in the Hudsonville precinct next Saturday The temperance peoplo claim that they will win by a good majority Elev mCoacfi Excursion An excursion of eleven coaches was run from Louisville to Evansville Sunday over the Hendarson Route It was one of the largest excursions of the year On September 3 a big excursion will be run from Evansville to Louisville Breaks Arm at EightyThree Hardinsbnrg Ky Aug 22Spe cial Mrs Jane Gardner fell Thurs day at her home and broke her left arm between the elbow and wrist Dr J T Baker was called and dress ed the injury Mrs Gardner is In her eightythird year There is no way to maintain the health and strength of mind and hotly except by nourishment There is no way to nourish except through the stomach The stomaon must be kept healthy pure and sweet or the strength will let down and disease will set up No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath sonr risings ritting indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles that are curable are quickly cured bv tne nse of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Sold by All Drug gists GARRETT Clarence Allens baby Is some better R H Dowell was in Brandenburg Friday Born to the wife of J K Smith Aug 17 a girl RH Dowell and family were guests of W H Dhonau Sunday Lillie Burch ot Louisville is with her sister Mrs J E Wimp Miss Lillie Tindall is with her aunt Mrs Dick Adams at Hill Grove John Tindall and family of Flaher ty spent Tuesday at William Tin dallsHugh Buckler and wife visited Mrs Zurelda Buckler several days of last week Francis Ritchie and John Funk visited Mrs J C Lewis of Hardins burg Mrs D S Roberts Jr and son spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mrs Laura Burch CASTORIA1 For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signaturoof MISS MARIA DUOHAR IEIIEvery Woman in America eated in This Young Girls Exj I J PELVIC CATARRH WAS DESTROYING HER LIFE PERUNA SAVED HER f j Mlsa Maria Dncharmo 182 St Eliza iboth street Montreal Can writes r I am satisfied that thousands of women suffer because they do not realize Low bad they really need treat mont and feel a natural delicacy In con suiting a physician- I felt badly for years had torrlblo pains and at times was unable to attend to my dally duties I tried to euro my pelf but finally my attention was called to an advertisement of Peruna In a similar caso to mine and I decided to give it a trial My Improvement began as soon as 1 started to use Peruna and soon 1 was =a well woman I feel that I owe my life and my health to your wonderful medlcln and gratefully acknowledge V GlopAddressbroHartmanIfor free medical advice All correspondence striotly confidethe tlal Sin fro DUKES lost I Mr and Mrs James Harris went toridCloverport Thursday thl Mrs Margaret Randall visited Mrs wit Ezzio Evans Thursday ale Mr and Mrs Lonnie Ray moved tohol Owensboro Wednesdayboy The A S or E lodge met F day 1 night at the schoolnouse ll his Dick Branaen visited his brotherin law 0 0 Basham Thursday UO Joe Ray of Cloverport spent soveralBr days with his mother Mrs Margaretals RandallroeRichard Hardin of Weber passed through here Friday en route to Clovorport Miss Ella Evans of Patesvllle was the guset of Miss Veatt Newtonry ThursdayH and Homer Tindle at I tended the ice orem supper at MIdwaycl Saturday nighta ll Mrs Dora Starks gave a party Satur in day night There were several present 23 and all eportea a nice time Ewe For sunburn tetter and all skin and l1l scalp diseases DeWitts Witch Hazelbrir Salve has no equal It is a cocrtain ba cure for blind bleeding itcning and att prctruding piles It will draw tne fire bit out of a burn and heal without lean Gt ing u sour Boils old sores oarbnnolea eto are quickly oared by the use Qbitt- he genuine DeWitts Witoh Hazel rats Salve Accept no substitute as they Ho ISoldI EXCURSIONclI atFROMAll Points on the Branch gg TOtUIis Louisville and Returnbeac Saturday August26 j Bit 2 a ed 100 4 j For the Round Trip i vwLwuVnmftMii Tl th i sn Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic 81 has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Mflikw bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 5QC Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver Pills jLJ w- r i