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Digital page images are linked to the text file. kiri V I j THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS j fI i x ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PLINTI I IYOLo XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15 1906 8 Pates NO5 1 a aaiy JT jfvjgf jfvi jft aaajgj jL aaaaaaaaaa a a 11- FIFTH ANNUAL II II II Im II LIIIIIuI iiiiriiuii I CLOVERPORT KY to II- t 0urs I I I I I Cannelton Commercial Brass Band of 20 Pieces I 25CBIG BARBECUE DINNER25C I a G LADIES FOOT RACES Ladies under 20 years of age500 to the winner given by the Breckinridge Bank Ladies over 20 years of age500 to the winner given by the Bank of Cloverport Baby ShowHamman Son give a beautiful prize to the Prettiest Baby it in their show window I IMI 40 FisherLeaf Arizona Range I Given away Complements of Conrad Payne Co The Same Old MerryGo Round We Introduced L It two Years ago EXCURSION RATESL H ST L Ry IRound Trip on All Trains IWest Point 1 25 Howard 1 25 Bartles 1 25 Rock Haven 1 25 Long Branch- Brandenburg 1 25 1 15 Ekron 1 00 Guston 90 Irvington 80 Webstar 70 Lodiburg 60 Mystic 45 Sample 40 Stephensport 30 Addison 25 Holt 25 Skillman 25 Hawesville 35 Petrie 45 Adair 55 Lewisport 65 Waitman 75 Maceo 90 Pates l 05 Ower1sboro 120 FordsviIleMitchell MitchellIdFalls of RoughJGlendeane 0 McQuadyI GarfieldoHarned Inn SpnIdS 50 Graphophone witH Records 11 Given away Go to Hammans store Cloverport and hear it play I Severs Drug CoI60IWill give a pair of Gold Spectacles to the best preserved lady over years Age to be considered I One fare for the round trip from all points onIt the Cloverport and Hardinsburg Turnpike 1i11 Pure Distilled Water from Cloverport Ice Plant will be used for Lemonade and Barrels of Free Ice Water will be on the Grounds Biggest ofThem AI1= = The Best J J J L fMlIIiWt8fifSfjrI S The Breckenridge News JNO D BABBAGE SONS Publishing Co WEDNESDAY AUGUST IfilgM DANVILLENEGRESS I Works Clever Scheme to Secure Money to Take Excursion Trip A colored woman called at toe residence of Mrs Bagby on South Third1 street late Saturday night and told Mrs Bapby that her cook had sent for some money as one of her children was dead and that a tow dollats would be necessary to give It a decent huria- says the Boylo County Herald of Dan villeI Of bourse Mrs Bagby readily fur nished themoney as her cook is one of the best in town and can always be depended upon The visitor described in vivid language just how the child died and the grief the sudden death bad brought to tbe mother Mrs Bagby greatly worried about getting somebody to do tne work on Sunday and Monday Atter making two or three attempts to secure asstis tancesho bad about reached the conclu sion tbMt she would be compiled to d her own cooking for a meal or two But to the surprise of all the cook are rived on sohedeul time Sunday morn lug ana when questioned about tne death ot her child she was dumbfound ed and declared all the family to bin e the most robust health It proved that the impostor desired to take 1 u the excursion to Cininuatl and had hit upon the aforesaid plan securing the wherewithal Twenty Year Battle 1 was a loser in a twenty year battle with chtonic piles and malig nant sores until I tried Bucklens Arnica Salve which turned the tide bylcuring both till not a trace reo mains writesi A AL Bruce of Parmville Va Best for old Ulcers Cuts Burns and Wounds 25c Severs Drug Co Cloverport Dance for Miss FUller Mr and Mrs Joshua T irltlf rend Dr and Mrs Samnel S Watki i entertained at the Standard club rooms on Tuesday evening with a dance t nr honor ot Miss Virginia Griffith Millerr of Asbttville N C Mote than 140 guests were present and the Jan proved tu be one or the largest and most enjoyable events of the present sonlal season Ttione in the receiving line were Mr and Mrs J T Griffithi Dr and MM S S Walking iUsi Charles Todd Curter Di D M Glfllth Miss Viginiu GritUth Miller Mr William Oversteot Miss Sue Roti erts Watkiiifl Mr Keith McCulloob Little Misses Virginia Todd Griffith and Anna May Frost presided over th punch bowl A world of tiuth in a few words Nearly all other cough cures are constipating especially those contain lag oppiates Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar wove the bowels Contains no opiates You nun gt it hall drugvisha BUCKET OF BEER Resulted in Killing al llawesville on Monday Night Last Hawesvill Ky Aug 7 As a re suit of a tight hero last night betwee- John Boloy and Jim Wash two nenroea the latter ilea at his home dead withi a Knife wound just above his heart and a long gash under his collar bone The fignt came about over the dives ion ot a bucket of beer which tne two had bought Words were indulged in before the tight Wash fell but did not die until a few hours after Immedii ately after the difficulty Boyle went to the marshal and gave Himself up The fight oconrred between U and 030 oclock The dead negro had been a prominent bad character around here and Bo3le has always been considered a peaceable negro The examining trial is set for this afternoon Was Wasting Away I had been troubled with kidney disease for the last live years writes Robert R Watts of Salem Mo 1 lost flesh and never felt well and doct ored with laeding physicians and tried all remedies suggested without relief Finally I tied Foleys Kidney Cure and less than two bottles completely cured me and I am now sound and well OJ During the summer kidneyt Irregularities are often caused by excessive dinkinpf or being overheated Attend to the kidneys at once by us- Ing Foleys Kidney Cure q 25000 FOR- FAIR PRIZES I The 15000 Appropriated By State Has Been Largely Sup plemented perzelistCopies of the for the Ken tacky State Fair bave been mailed by Secretary J B Bowles to throughout Kentucky and all parts ot the country 1he prize list will give in detail the classes and tbe amount o money set aside for each Prize money amounting to over 25 000 one been offered the 15000 ap propriated by the State saving bee larglv snplemented The money has been divided as follows Horses 5 GOO jacKs 400 cattle x5000 hogs 1000 sheep 11500 poultry 800 tobacco vegetables field seeds horn 1culture etc 2500 womans depart ment f800 racing 95001In addi tion Hubert V Iceland commissioner of agriculture has arranged Ito have 500 appropriated by the State for prizes in the agricultural department- In making up the prize list Kentnck ky breeders and exnibitors have bee especially considered and in additio to the open classes there will be large number of classes exclusively tor Kentucky breeders This was done because ot the fact that the fair 1is principally given for the entertainment of the live stock and agricultural 1 interests of the State olheEndoflheWorld ot troubles that robbed E H Wolfe o Bear Urove la of all usefulness came when he began taking Electric litters He writes Two years ago Kidney trouble caused me great suffer iug which would never have surly ed bad not taken Electiic Bitters ylney also cured me of General Debit ofsty Sure cure tor all Stomach Liv er and Kidney complaints blood disease Headache Dizziness and Weak ness or bodily decline Price 50c Guar anteed by Severs Drug Co KANSAS WHEAT 1CROP VERRY LARGE ItThe CropsIt Is Thought Will Aggregate About Ninety Mill caion Bushels or More sPossibl Kansas City Mo Aug iThe wheat crop ot Kansas has turned once t far beyond the expectation of anyone who attempted prior to the harvest to wake an estimate of the output Up to July 1 the general exoeutation was- i that the yield would be less than laat- i year TUB threshing has now gone far enough to indicate that tits State hRS raised about 00000000 bushels ot wheat or 13 000 000 bushels mOle than in 1007 and with one exception- e the largest crop that Kansas scat pro duced Indeed toe final returns may raise tne estimat above the crop off 1U08 which aa reported by Secretaryi Colmrn was 04000000 bushels The Government estimateI of the Kansas crop that year was 87000000 bush els- t I In Self Detente Major Hamw editor and manager o the Constlt annalist Eminence Ky when be was fiercely attacked font- year ago by Piles bought a box off Bucklsns Arnica Salve of which he says It cured me in ten days afl no trouble since Quickest healer of Burns Sores Cuts and Wounds u 25c at Severs Drug Co tLouisiana Hunts Immigrants From the Milwaukee Sentinal Louisiana is the first State of th iUnion so far aa I know that has eve appropriated motley to fiend a com mission to Europe for the purpose of encouraging immigration to that State said Francis Dodge ot Baton Rogue La This was dune by th last State Legislature and much goo is expected of it Charles Schnler com missioner ot agriculture and imiuigra flan will make a tour of Europe and will show the advantages that Lou isiana offers to the foreigners who de sire to maKe a home in the new world He will visit Ireland Germany Italy and Austria Other Southern and Western States are expected to follo in the lend of Louisiana and in short time perhaps States will be offering special prizes to tbe foreigner- who settle within their boundaries A Mystery Soured How to keep oft periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual con at 1 pa ion is a mystery that Dr Kings New Life Pills solved for me writes John N Pleasant of Magnolia Ind Tbe only pills that are guaranteed ti Rive perfect satisfaction to everybody or money refunded Only 25c atl Severs Drug Co d f BEAUTIFULI I t MANIAC play Have Fled From Ghosts of Murdered Victims Jean Aud ley The Woman With the Dogs Was Not 8Always a Pauper- t Wrapped in a abroad of mystery thatI so far has baffled every effort at soluI tion is the strange weird woman who recently roomed over this and adjoin andnwonder behind her says the Elizabeth town News After having ridden a sorrel pony tor weeks over the wilder portions e Kentucky and Indiana this mysteri ous woman who gives her name as Jean Avis Audelyis now an inmate ofI the Harrison county Ind poorhouse During bar tout on horseback she carried an army carbine slung over the bow of her saddle and about nor waist she had strapped two revolvers She outfitnincluding coffee pot and frying pan 1Her only companions wore halt a score of mongrel dogs of all sizes and breeds To Andrew Stoneoipber keeper of the almshouse she rolunteed the in formation that her home is in Cum berland Mountains and that she had killed three men She is about forty yeats old of medium height and dark complexion- t Several months ago a woman answ song the description of Joan Audley attracted the attention of people living in the mountainous district of East ern Kentucky At that time she was described as being beautiful and was known in her earlier wanderings as the Beautiful Manica She rode a spirited pony at break neck speed taking tbe high jumps with an air ot unconcern She was for lowed by score of dogs and was seen without her revolvers AS a rule she wore her hair uncon fined and as she dashed through the rural districts past farm houses an through small villages she n much attention Stories ot the strong- wild woman her pack of dogs and ponv rearbed the newspapers but so impossible did they appear that many editors cast them intro the waste has ket Since then she has ridden from place to place until finally she became exhausted The mysterious woman made her first appearance in Indiana a few weeks ago She ran seen at Manckport Harrison county having crossed the Ohio river from Brandenburg Kv She spent most of her time riding through the woods It was seldom that she stopped at a farm bouse and then only long enough to seonrd food for nuislt and pony She prepared most of her uieHU over u camp fire and seemed to shun people At night she would piton her tent in some lonely rot and on one occasion shy was arrested for vagrancy She was presented iu court paid ner fine and again resumed her wild mode of living No one dar d approach the strange woman On several occasions during her wandeiiuga in Kentucky attempts were made toapproach her camp fire at night Always on the alert at the first sound of a footfall she would spring to her feet seize her rifle an demand that the person approaching fbalt No one darea disobey the order tnat seemed to indicate a determine Atfe she was asleep in camp but in every thedharking of her dogs The supersti hone fear sassed by the woman had us much to do with her success in baiting I tuu curious and Keeping them at a distance it is believed aa did the ugly looking weapons she always carried peai ing she was well provided with money and as long as it lasted she paid her bills Sue made frequent visits to vII lage stores where she purchased food beer broncho Where she secured her money dis as much a mystery as that which Is attached to her identity All sorts of wild conjectures are indulged concern ing the woman If too story to the effect that she has killed three men iis true the probability is that she bei came so stung by remorse that she sold her home in the mountains mounted miseray sgasin Poor Health For Years Ira W Kelley ot Mansfield Pa writesI was in poor health for two years suffering from kidney and bladder trouble and spent considerable money consulting phyaicans without obtaining any marked benefit but wa ano3 fit may be the souse of restoring the health of others Refuse substitutes Sold by A R Fisher NEWS IN- MEADE COUNTY Local Option ElectionStock Law VoteChilds hack lett Wedding Meade Messenger The petitions calling a local option election in Meade county under the Unit Bill were tiled Monday with Judge Baskett it being a regular term of the County Court 729 names were on the petitions andtbia alone assures a victory on October 0 the day set by the Court to hold the election Every man wno has taken the pains to investigate into the situation in this county as it is today knows that an overwhelmingly majority off the voters stand for local option but not withstanding this the tight must go on and the victory made more de cisive There must be no lagging 1 legthagy must not be allowed to creep into the ranks tor the opposition stands ready to strike if we are caught asleep A temrerence society will be craan ized in every precinct in the county and every friend of the temperance cause should make up his mind to at tend these meetings and see that your neighbors are there also A society was organized at Salem Thursday and a meeting will be held at Ekron Thursday afternoon when a society will be organized at that place Other places will be organized as fast as the committee can get to them In the next tow weeks we will give testimonials from tne business men ot Horrodsburg LatnpDellsvilleHodgens villa and other c ints wnere they have had local option less than two years and you will be suprised to read what the result has beon Business has in creased morals ate a thonasnd times better property values have increased and bankers merchants lawyers doctors officials testify to the good- r results following local option Mrs Jess Board was called to Hard insonrg Monday on account of sick faintlydnumbernThe wheat wagons continue to come to town These are pretty stunts as the merchant the professional man toe mechanic the day labor each ex pect their share of the proceeds and they are sure tuQet it A petition nas been tiled in the County Court requesting Judge BasK ett to cause a poll to be opened at the regular election on November G 1000 to take the sense ot the legal voters of Meade county as to whether or not cattle generally or any species theteof shall oe permitted to ron at large There are fiftynine signers to the yeti tion and they are all reiMienta of the lower end of the county It is said that the lower end is almost sulfa ly in favor of the law and we under stand that the proposition is very pop ular in the upper end A vote was taken several years ago and it was only defeated by a small majority It is claimed bv those favoring the law that if there had not been a mistake in the ballot it would have carried then Stewart OwingsWest Point was in town Monday His wane riands hero are glad to know that he has recovered from the accident bed sustained by being Jerked under a train at West Point several months ago The only bad effect from the fall is a stiff arm Mr and Mrs D S Richardson Mr and Mrs Fred Howard Mr and Mrs E L Fontaine Mrs D W Lewie Mrs JR Dink Mrs Ed YeakelFred Ditto Henry Woodson Jr and J H Bondurant will leave August 18 Ears trip of several days to the Mammoth Cave On Monday afternoon July 30 at 3 oclock the marriage ot Miss Anna L Childs to Dr Janice B Shacklett was solemnized at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs D S Childs At the appointed hour about two hundred guests had assembled and the scene was indeed one of beauty The house was tastefully decorated with ferns plants and flowers and from too ceiling of the parlor was BUS pended by white ribbons a large white bell which was covered with ferns and white bydrangias Miss Pearl Shack lett sweetly rendered Call Me Thine Own and the bridal party entered proceeded by Misses Hattie Sbacklett and Aliene Frymire who carried the ribbons The utteadants were Miss Virginia Richardson and Richard Childs Miss Nell Shaoklett and Gas Albert Richardson Miss Nellie Childs and John Rod Shaoklett Rev Ben Sbaklett a cousin of tae groom officiated The proposition to lease bonds to not exceeding 0000 to build a new schools house at West Point and equip a modern playground was voted down Sat urday by a vote of 87 to 31 ConsIder- able interest had been taken for and against the proposition and each side bad some enthusiastic supporters t IA Want a tupycfHrllvcr Cure J constipation Get rid biliousness Sold JO YOOyears Lowell Jot ii DYE 1 IOK L r BUI t co luaaui a u OPEN Water Boarders tii j yourself 1 EI3RIdLEWake i Prop A Paint Decay I Shingle Paper and M on Boilers Smoke T Made only in black m i CO J A Farm Library- of unequalled value Practical Up to date Concise and Comprehensive 1 i HiniJiomcljr Printed Btiulllulljr aadBOOKSBY JACOB No 1BIQQLE HORSE BOOK All about Horses a Commonsense Treatise with mortsthan 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HENDERSONVILLE BREVARD LAKE TOXAWAY AND HOT SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA Center of the Beautiful LAND OF THE SKY AND- SAPPHIRE COUNTRY A natural paradise whore human ills find quickreliefreached direct by the ij Southern Railway Jj Asheville is locatedon a superb elevated1 plateau the lowest point qf which is two thousand feet above the level of the sea Situated in the most favored portion of the temperate zone The official Government record of the climate of Western North Carolina which is unimpeachable evidence gives the following average Spring 5349 F Summer 7072 F Autumn 5348 F Winter 3887 F With a mean for the whole year of 5415 FRnd a mean relative humidity of but 65Iiper cent For land of the sky booklet summer resort folder et send 2cent stamp to C H HUNGERFORD iDistrict Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY J F LOGAN Trav Pass Agt LEXINGTON KY Je BEAM Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOUIS e1 f T 1- f RULES FOR USE OF I r COLORS IN DRESSING Women Now Take More Interest r i In Colors They Wear Than Ever Before Never have women taken such an interest In the colors which they should wear as tins season says tbe I New York Sun A woman studies herself as she would the gown she is 1 buying and if not entirely sure of the result goes to the color expert who is now an important feature of all the q smart dressmaking or suit establish j ments Here are the rules of one expert Green should never be worn except by a woman witn H very clear skin or 44rosy cheeks and even then it should be set off by the addition of white I red or rose I To wear rose color against the skin y is fatal for any but a girl in the first I flush ot voutb and dean white Is equ ally damaging except under the sameI conditionsRed j to be generally beIti coming but worn against the skin it lessens the intensity of a brilliant col prang and it should never be worn by l a woman with sallow complexion While blue is supposed to be mainly in the province of the blondes bru nettes may wear it if it is relieved with orange or yellow In laundry r1 work bluing used upon yellow tenders it whiter The same rule holds good- s6 with complexions Blue tends toI r whiten the stein of a sallow person N I There is nothing so pleasant as that I bright cheerful at peace with the world feeling when you sit down to your breakfast There le nothing so condnctie to good work and good re sults The healthy man with a healthy mind and body is a better fellow aI better workman a better citizen tbanI the man or woman who is handicapedI by some disability however slight A t slight disorder of the stomach will da e range your body your thoughts and r your disposition Get away from the 4 morbidness and the blues Keep your II stomach in tune and both your brain 4and body will respond Little indis cretions of overeating can bw easily corrected and you will bA surprised to see how mach better man you are Try ia little Kodol For Dyspepsia afterI k your meals Sold by all druggistsI y Forgetyi f Now that tho threshing season latIhand and traction engines are moving I about over the country it would b well for those who have tbem in charge to remember that the law requires li them to send a man at least SOU r yards in advance of a traction engine on public roads to warn persons of i their approach and render any assis tance possible in handling frightened t horses A fine is the penalty for failure caseya1 G B Burhans Testifies After Four Years 1 G B Burbans of Carlisle Center N Y writes About four years ago I wrote you stating that I had been 4 f entirely cured of a severe ttrouble by taking less than two entirelyxf stopped the brick dust sediment an pain and symptoms of kidney disease disappeared i amglad to say that have never had a return of any of i those symptoms during the four years t that have elapsed and I am evidently t oared to stay cured and heartily re I commend Foleys Kidney Cure to any one suffering from kidney or bladder trouble Hold by A R Fisher Women as Well as Men ftAre Made Miserable by ii Kidney Trouble t1ip Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis 1 courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor of be of j In fifty N and one y have by and cheerfulness socn disappear when the kid neys are out of order or trouble has become so prevalent It Is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid If the child urin ates too often If the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon it the cause the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the firsttf step should towards the treatment f unpleasantrouble t kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose c Women as well as men are made mis r enable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyro- s r s Is soon realized It is soldI II by cent druggists dollar sizes You may a J ample bottle mall diseasedKidney that neys SwampRoot I iJFII free also pamphlet tell name of BmnpRoot lag all about It Including many of theI thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmerr 1l tit Co Binghamton N Y be sure andI i mention this paper f Dont make any mlstakeibnt remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers yJJl POPULAR PRICES FOR HORSE SHOW Rates Range From 50 Cents to 50Show Will be Held In New Armory at Louisville The Executive Committee of the Horse Show Association held a meeting at the Armory Thursday says the Louis villeTimea and accepted the plans of the architect to put the Armory inI practically the same shape for holding the horse show as the old Horse Show building with a little more space A false floor will be constructed on the drill hall and filled in witn tanbark to make it springy Admission prices were also decided upon this morning Box seats good for the season will be sold for 50 Front seat of the balcony will be 1 or 5 for the season second seats seventy five cents or lljor the season and all other seats including standing roam around the ring ou the lower floor will be fifty cents This is the first year the Horse Show Association has ever decided up on popular prices OL S TOnIAa- r theTho Kind You Hato Always Bought ignatue Y of BARBECUE NOTES The gross receipts were between 2200 and 2300 The receipts on the contest for a trip to Niagara were 370 The Hon Jobn P Haswell Jr was tbe originator of this contest and is very proud of its successThe advertising committee was com posed of the men Paul Compton Jesse Whitworth and thu Hon John P Has well Jr To this committee and their free use of printeis ink is due the large attendance It fully demon strated the value of advertising There was not a man woman or chill in tbeI three counties but what knew of this barbecue Carl Ben ton conductor on the epochal assisted by lam Stites bandied over two thousand people on that day Them was not a bobblo or an accident A good many peope bit tho dust but it was just what thev expected Sherman Ball says there were four acres of people and counting 4000 to the acre there were 1600 It was the soberest crowd that ever assembled to ltd size Only one man that we saw or hoard of wno was un liquoreHardinsbnrg gets there on a barbecue That was a beautiful tribute Hon Ben Johnson paid to Masonry If Hardinsbnrg only nad our grounds the world conldnt beat her on a bar becue When a woman suffers from de pressing weaknesses she then keenly realizes how helpless how thoroughly worthless she is Dr hoop has brought relief to thousands ot such women He reaches diseases peculiar to women in two directepeoifio ways drugsgists everywhere as Dr Shoops constitutionaldor internal prescription called Dr Snoops Restorative Dr Shoops i atInight It works wnile you sleep It reduces intiamation it stops die charges it heals it soothes it com forts it cures Dr Shoops Restorative tablet or liquid form is a constitutional nerve tissue tonic It brings renewed strength lasting ambition vigor to weak lifeless women uspdtogethe1helpful power Try them a month and see Sold by Severs Drug Co faInted Bill the Taint Killer is still killing From the Lake of Killarney that echo with the joy of his approaching return to New York he sends a recommenda tion of Tom Johnson Mr Brvan is not aware that Mr Johnson made his money out of corporations The Hon David Rowland Francis has larue interests in corporations of St Louis II He must part with them or resign from the reception commit tee The Hon Gum Shoe Bill and toe Hon Jim Ham Lewis are corporation Ilawyers They must give up their practice or give up Mr Bryan The Hon Oliver H P Belmont the Hon James Smith Jr the Hon Francis Burton Harrison the Hon Richard Croker Jr about everybody on the reception committee is tainted To add force to the Jeffersonian com mand Special favors to none1 the committee on finance has induced the railroads and the steamship compan ies to grant out rates to Bryan pile grime More tainted money more rebates more unholy dealings with the Money Power The grand Bryan welcome home promises to be the most throughly everylIcNew York Sun t 4 1 m ll- h YourWants WantsSupplied fWe are fully prepared to supply your wants for anything in our line with entire satisfaction Repair workis one of our specialties Jewelry watches or anything that cnn be repaired you can depend on us to do it right eWe respectfully solicit your patronage ITI A c 7lflft SURVEYINGNEW ROUTEd l Via of BrandenburgL II St L is Hunting for Better Road way East of Ekron The work of surveying a new route for the Henderson is still in progress I the surveyors now being at work just back of this place and all indications point to the location ol the road through or near Brandenburg says the Meade MessengerIt that there is every likelihood that the desired grade can b secured which will bring the road tour door and at the same time enable the road to cut down some of its pres ent heavy grades and as this is just what the officials of the road are anx ious to accomplish it is nluist sur that the route now being located will be adopted as the most fensiable one At a special meetingof Brandenburgs I Commercial Club Monday night it was Agreed to lend all the encouragement possible towards the accomplishment oi this enterprise the securing of which would mean so much to our towns growth and future prosperity and a matters now stand our chances are glowing for being located on a trunk line of one of the states leading railroads a TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BUOMO Quinine Tablets DruBKlsts refund money It It rails to euro E W GROVES slrnaturels on eac hbox S5c LOUISVILLE GIRL MARRIES AN ITALIAN TITLE The wedding of Miss Virginia Hoge and theMarchese Emilio San Germano of Rome Italy took place last evening at the Warren Memorial Presbyterian church The Rev Peyton H Hoge father of the bride performed the cere monyThe church was tastefully decorated In greens and plants of all kinds form- Ing harmoniously the color scheme of pink and white Just before the cere mony from 8 to 830 oclock Carl Shackelton who presided at the organ and Mathias Oliver who directed a stringed orchestra played a beautifulI musical program Miss Mary Hoge sister of the bride was maid of honor and the following girls were bridesmaids Plisses Gertrude Belknap Lucinda Trabue Eva Lee Smith Ethel Newman and Mar garet Rhodes of Danville The Mar chese was attended by Harry Strater who was best man and the following groomsmen Messrs William Hoge Helm Strater John Grant Jack Terry and Dr Charles Garth The bride who wore a beautiful pownI of white Dutchesa satin trimmed iin Dutcbess lace entered the church on the arm of her cousin Randolph Bain After the ceremony there was a re ception at the home of the brides parents and later the bridal couple left on their honeymoon trip They will uiak their home in Italy Lousville Herald Thursday 17500 for State Encampment Frankfort Ky Aug 0 Assistant Adjutant General Parrent who is tact o as Paymaster at the Henderson camp of the State Guard today receiv ed information from the War Depart ment that it lies placed 17500 to his credit in the Union National Banic of Louisville to pay the officers and troops for the time of the encampment Adju tant General Lawrence will leave here Sunday and accompany the Louisville regiment to the Henderron camp strength of the Open Sky What great deed was ever done In doors writes Emerson Hough In the Reader What great thing of the earth In art In science In romance was ever conceived and brought forth within wilts Pathos grows there and ImallItragedy and bitterness and pes ilmlsm but not great tragedy nor tho vast and useful pessimism which up lifts human nature and humanity The Joyous hopeful optimistic things the large and cheerful motives arc fouud beneath the sky The In dians say that the babe born In the wind will bo chief and that might well be so What strong blood over grew Indoors What great drama of the ages was ever played there What duel on the stair ever equaled the battle under the trees Science may delve lampwise but what great things oven of science came wholly from within walls Elec tricity navigation by tho stars the things which have really conquered the world lld these appear to man as he studied at some table side No Time great and sweet things of knowledge came from the naked stars Guilty sad troublous wisdom may have hous- Ing concealment amid so make a con fession that It Is evil hut before guilty Eden knowledge was out of doors The iilllotlne The machine employed In French public executions has the reputation of being the Invention of Dr Guillotlu the machine was used long before he doctor had seen one All he did was to publicly encourage a preference for this means of death as being painless and In consequence some one un happily for the doctors humanity named the machine niter him The uillotine was really prepared by a mechanic named Schmidt un er the direction of Dr Autonlne Louts and hence at first was called a lou Isoti or loulsctte And here It may not be out of place to mention the cognate error that Gull lotln was Its first victim IIo nearly became a victim of the revolution but be escaped and utter the ending of his political career he resumed his duties as a physician and became one of the founders of the Academy of Medicine agedtseventysix but tho French revolution died twenty years earlier Time first man executed by the guillotine was a highwayman who died In 17U2 rite WrialN aleways take time pulse of a patient from the wrist few persons know what Im portant parts of the body the wrists are and how much may be accomplish ed by treatment of theta When rate has Hinted water should be applied to amidetemples In cases of severe doctors frequently order tho IlhllssII be bathed with mill and with Athletes learn that the wrists must be kept cool lu turner and warm In winter You all know the relief expert enced from removing a tight glove especially when you are overheated Tin relief comes not from the hands being beingsuncouflnod and kept cool Inconivn In Great Brltnln If one Is earning an Income of 1000 year he is among the financial upper ten thousand In the United King tomIn fact there are not 0000 ac- cordIng to the Income tax records who are as well or better off than 1000 a year All the persons In Great Britain and Ireland who have an income of 10000 a year and over could stand comfortably In a fairly large drawing room twentyone feet square while all who have incomes of 1000 or over could be accommodated In a back garden thirty yards wide and sixty yards In length London Standard Honor Lney- Tits silver dollar hegira the cash ier of the restaurant as he scrutinized the coin Is bad ehv Interrupted the sour looking patron Yell It doesnt look very good That so Just bite It and If Its anything like the dinner I had Itll taste even worse than It looksPhll adelphia Press A Smnll IIoyN Tear What are you crying for my poor little boy Boohoo Pa fell downstairs Dont take on so my pet Hell get better soon Sister Raw him fall all tho way I never saw nuffenl Boohoo Sport lug Times A Scatter of TfiHte Can any little boy asked the new teacher tell mo the difference be tween a lake and an ocean I can replied Edward whoso wis dom had been learned from experience Lakes ore much pleasanter to swallow when you fall In Dearer George murmured the young wife am I as dear to you as I was before we married I cant exactly tell replied the hus keepeany account of my expenses then We must be suro to give due weight j to the good side of every event that has two sides Eliot A Joyous Sight The master plumber had become rich and was going abroad for his health On the voyage a school of whales was sighted and the plumber was seen to rub lily hands in ecstasies Why Is he so happy asked a cu rious passenger lie cant help it whispered the captain He Imagines each spout Is a burst water pipe to be repaired by him at his old ratesLondon Telegraph u i Bargains in Tickets Via Rock Island I I TO COLORADO I TO CALIFORNIA ISpecialVery low round trip rates all SUlllmerISpecial reductions September inclusive One way Colonist ticket will be on sale September 15 to October 31 TO HOT SPRINGS iRKVerrall summertrip Illustrated Booklets and Full Information Regarding Rates Routes Etc on RequestII OEO ti LEE H I tcOUIRE Gen Pass Agt Dist Pass AKt Little Rock Ark Cincinnati O A yo AN IDE- ALVACATION TRIPA TO YELLOWSTONEPARK Personally Conducted SPEND YOUR MONEY IN THIS COUNTRY Itinerary of Trip theIIDenver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Garden of Gods Maniton PIKES PEAK Grand Kiyir loyal Gorge Glemvood Springs Salt Lake City Orden Salt Air Millshall Pass Black Canon anti Hi DAYS JIN WOXDKKFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost of Trip Expense of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully considered and minimized so as to be within easy reach of all Special Sleepers will leave Louisville Night of July 25th For full particulars J1 II t1H07 writeII m fV4 SOUTHWESTThe and PROSPERITY I I IAre you making ao much ofT your farm as you ought No doubt you are all you can The trouble is the land costs too much It takes too muh money to buy a big farm and so you are trying a living on a small farm or perhapE you are renting one and paying a good share of what you raise in rent Wouldnt it be bttter to go where the price of good land is so little that you can own a big farm where every acre of the ground is work ing for you and all you raise is paying you good There are thousands of acres of fertile land profitsII line of time Cotton Bel Route that cats be bought This land is increasing in value each year See the Southwest at Small Cost- A trip to the Southwest would convince you that your best Interests lay In stttllnc there The trip fan lIK made ut very little expense On tho first iind third Tuesdays of i ash month von sun purchuse a round trip ticket to nny point In the Southwest on or vln the Cotton Bolt Route at very 1vw rules Stopovers will Le allowed for you to exHtnlne any locality you lire Interested In Write at one for free copies of books di scribing this wonderful country and for full Information nlJVut cost of tickets etc L C BARRY T P A Cotton Bell Route 82 Todd Build ng Louisville Ky CATALOGUEITHE FINEST Ever Issued by a commercial school will be sent upon request to teachers and other who are Interested In a Commercial and Shorthand education Our catalogue contains 68 pain Six by nine Inches It Is printed on the finest of plate paper handsomely bound with em bossed cover and beautifully illustrated with photos of the building faculty Interior views specimens of Penmanship Shorthand etc It also contains hailtone Illustrations of the leading buildings of Louisville and many charming scenes from the worldfamed parks that surround our beautiful city It tells why It is better for YOU to attend school In Louisville than elsewhere This book will enable you to decide between good and worthless commercial schools Send for a free copy today BRYANTl STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Louisville Ky THOS W DRYDEN President OEO W SCHWARTZ Sec and Tress H6 Breckenridge News one year l Subscribe now and get one of the best papers published II r v Y BRECKENRIDGE NEWS G JNO D BABBAQC SONS Publhhlne Co Issued EveryWednesdayIe ioSubscription Price 100 a year or H85 if paid at the end of year OFTHANKSoTcr flve lines charged Ir rOARDS rate of 10 cents per line t OBITUARIES charged for at the iata of 5 ante per line Money In advance S gamine the labul on your paper If It Is I I Itnot correct please notify us When ordering a change In the address subscribers should give their old as well us the new addressEIGHT PAGESc WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15 1800 For Congress liON HEX JOHNSON c ==r Somebody says the peekaboo waist r is more holey than righteousfI C Kentucky walls with baited breath and the knowledge that it would ba anb impossibility for an answer to the charges made directly and from the record of Attorney General Hays against the State administration Owensboro Messenger Ben johneon has been doing Meade is for the last week He was shaking hands with all the dear people smiling on all the babies and having the time of his life There is no better fellow witht a bigger or kinder heart who tVJJf asked the suffrage of the people than Bene Johnson have con 1 Down at 1ordsville they Crete sidewalks and a fellow feels likeII he was stepping along on Fourth street in Louisville This is a splendid improvement and muddy I over the old plank way and we congratulate the citizens of that town on their uptodate improvement We planted one little piece of a po whole one to the tato out fourth of A hill We are now digging from five to six large imoolh potatoes from each hill This is what we call getting results We get a lot of pleasure out of and helping them I seeing them grow with our hop I Old man Bob Robertson thatsI what the younger set calls him but they are mistaken hes younger noI and has more getup in him than heI ever had was down in Ohio county lastt week and bought 13 head of fine mules He says the crops in Breckenridge Grayson and Ohio are the best he ever saw issKingswood booming Brother Hughes is spending lots of money and lots of good energy in building up that place Streets are being opened in the town site where several lots have been soldand houses are being built There are between nobaud 100 men at work getting things in shape for the school which opens August31 Ed Fenu is dong some excellent work on the public roads Mr Fenn has hud several years experience as section foreman on the railroad and knows how to handle dirt and how to grade and ditch a road Pitty but what all the men in charge of the put lic roadwork in thfs county had had the expe rience of Mr Fenn So far as we have seen and heard the road working is very much better this year than it has been in previous years We are glad to this There is nothing that this county needs so much as good roads and good honest work brings them The Pitts Annual Masons Barbecue will be held at Cloverport in Skill D mans grove on Thursday August 2U IHI generally bonceeded oj everyone that has ever attended one of these celeorations that they are the most enjoyable and delightfnl of all the picnics throughout the picnic season The natural beauty ot the place wbere the gathering is to be had is not surpassed by that or any picnic site in the county except Tar Springs The accommodations are better and the absence of dust U one good feature not to be every place The grean grass and the big shade trees the babbling all tend to make the place at once cool and pleasant Cloverport Masons and Cloverport people In general put forth every effort possible to make their guests enjoy the day The celebration tnongb held under the auspices of the Masonic lodge not only looked alter by the Masons but by all Cloverporters who seem to consider U their duty to mane the barbecue a success The result of this of worn and spirit is that the Masonic barbecue at Cloverport is look forward to each year by all as a day of real enjoyment and pleasure Let everybody in these parts l yr the cares of life and come and be with us You will be welcome PEACE MAKER GETS SHOT THROUGH CHEST i John Hcmphill a white man and Arthur Huyncs a negro became engaged in a diiHrulty Saturday night about 10 oclock which re suIted in Sum Dean a negro being shot with a pistol through the right side of his chest Dean was trying to separate the two and as he stepped between them Haynes tired the shot Dean will live The trouble occured in front of M F Pophams saloon The trial has not been sot yet on ac count of Deans inability to be present Mrs Romney Renfrow of Dundee was visiting relatives here this week She was accompanied by Mrs Dr Duff of Sulphur Wells They return home today J H Basham repairs watches clocks jewelry and sewing machines His place of business is with Thos Adkinson at Irvington Call and see him 1 Mr and Mrs J H Arnold and chil dren of Louisv ille have been via iting Mrs Arnolds father Mr John MattinglyI of near Webster Mrs John Weisenberg and children are at Tar Springs eMrs Bettle H McCall and daughter Miss Bettie Lee of Irvington were the guests of Mr and Mrs J E Keith Monday Mrs McCall purchased of Mr Keith a handsome Barrie granite family monument GOOD WORD FOR ROCKEFELLER He Has Not Been Even Half Paid For ills Work Edison Declares In my udgement says Thomas A Edison in an interview published in Pearson j Magazine such men as John Rockefeller and Andmw Carnegie have actually dons more for the country for the masses than any other men with the possible exception of the J inventorsOf I do not approve of the advantage secured by Mr Rockefeller through secret rail road rebates Yet that was not 1 his fault so much as the fault ofjj our laws or our administration of the laws They wore all in the same 1 game He simply played it bet tor and on a larger scale Human nature isnot perfect and so long as we leave such opportunities to business men we must expect them to take advantages where they can As I ookat it Mr Rockefeller has never been able to draw his wages for what he has done for the world Ho hasnt been even half paid for his work What has he got out of its A lot of tin boxes full of bonds that are ofno use to him or anybody else If the Standard Oil Company were to be divided up into a hundred different proprietorships and managements today refined oil would be selling for 25 per cent more within ten years I have bought lubricating oil for 21 a ton and with all my knowledge of the technique I cannot see how it can be made at that price 1 believe that if all the Ulan ufacturing businesses that have been merged into great central systems should bo forced back into their original units of organization the products of industry would cyst 20 per cent more actually to make than we can buy them for now I Take two large manufacturing works competing with each other One is managed by a logical thinker the other by a man who is not Now if competition is closeI the thinker improves his methods while the other man simply cuts down wages or goes out of business The man who believes that the growth of great private fortunes and the concentration of corporate systems make against the real progress of the country and the betterment of general conditions of life doesnt know on whichside his bread is buttered 5000 For A Foot Elizabethtown Ky Aug 9 Joseph Blouse an L and N fire man of Lebanon Junction for merly of Tunnel Hill this county who lost a foot in a wreck sometime ago at the former place has comprised with the railroad company for 5000 Mi and Mrs Frank Bartles of Battles are the guests ot his parents KINGSWOODMEETING It gives me pleasure to announce tithe many friends interested in Kings wood encampment that we will hold our annual meeting from the 21 to 31 ot this month Rev A A Niles the well known Baptist evangelist of Henjj derson Ky and J M Pike of the Way of Faitn of Columbia S L will lead the host in gospel mess age Luther R Robeson of Somerset Ky one of the most charming and helpful singing evangelists in the field will have charge of thA music with the aid of other good musicians very body Is cordially invited to this encampment It is no money malting scheme The originator of it ex pects to hold the meetings annually and to put money in it every year LndI to make nothing out of it but the glory of God and the salvation of men Each pArson will be expected to pay 25 cents for admission on Sunday to help pay for the ministerial aid all other days of week free I trust the friends of the campm eating will glad ly neet this requirement ana help me trom yea to year to push forward the gospel of full salvation We are hop ing and praying for n gracious meet ing There will be a dinning room onI the grounds for those from a distance Single meal twenty five cent board 3G9 per week Room and board free for all ministers Tents that will accomodato four persons will rent ton fiGU and those that will accommodate six will rent for fSOO Pray much and come expecting the blessings of God J W Hughes FREE SCHOLARSHIPSIN E TRAINING Tde Philadelphia School for Nurses Has purchased large properties at 2310 25 Chestnut Stieer Philadelphia and will extend theI benefits of the Free Course In Nursing to young women of every rural community and of the smaller towns and cities throughout the entire country The Course is two years but may be shortened to eighteen months by six months reading and study at home The School provides room board nurse uniforms gives hIll instrnt tier and rays the stndetas fare home the end of the Course IatA specialI short course is provided I for thosa who cannot spend two years in the study but who wish to quickly prepare themselves for selfsupport The oject of those who ore pro viding the funds Car this work Is to ultimately extend the benefits of skill ed nursing to every village and towu ship in the land Nearly 200 Free Scholarships will available this year Potodexter Ualloway has gone to Hopkinsville where he has a position with the Home Telephone Co Poln dexter has been in the employ of the Cumberland Telephone Co in this city for several years ana was a vain able man He is succeeded by Em mettMattingly who has been with Hammans harper shop for several months Emmetts place was flUtd by Carl Oveiton Misses Maud Polk and Ray Heyser are at Tar Springs CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 6lgnaturo ST SASfo +of jLzffl At CITY ORDINANCE The City Council of the City of Cloverport Kentucky do ordain as follows Sec 1 That that territory commonly known as the Eastland Addition to the City of Clover port and more particularly dorcribed as beginning at the lower end of the Hardinsburg and Clovcrport turnpike at the mouth of the lane in the line of the City of Clovorport running with said city line in the center of said lane S 13 t E 51 510 poles to a stone in the center ofsaid lano corner to P Askins now F maize tract thence with said lino N 84 E 56 poles to a stone thence N 13 W 13 310 poles to the turnpike thence with said pike N 74 W 12 poles N 88 L W 46 7 poles to the beginning containing 16 acres 2 roods and 15 poles more or less be annexed to and become a part of tho City of Clove port and subject to all the ordinances laws resolutions and bylaws now in force and which may here after be enacted for the government of said city Sec 2 That this ordinance be published in four issues of the Brcckinridgo News a weekly paper published in the City of Clovorpnrt Passed and approved this 6th day of August 1906 Attest C W PATTERSON T G HARRIS Clerk Mayor e 0OD Q- FI flOIINESSINtERIi IORn6pDnNESS b WGSW00DFP V- SWOO +The school for the young man or young woman who desires an honest and thorough education IA corps of nine experienced and well equipped teachers will assist me in the class rooms fWo have the Classical Scientific Theological Commer cial Musical and Elocutionary courses of study Thorough work will be required in each department Diplomas will be given in each YTho scholastic year begins August 31 1906 Hates are extraordinarily low For particulars write for Catalog J W HUGHES President Kingsvvood College- Via Horned Klnflswood Ky eloJII St L EXCURSION TO Owensboro Henderson Evansville SUNDAY AUGUST 26 1906 Special Train leaves Cloverport 1010 a m Returning leaves Evunsvillo 0 p m Henderson 631p m Owensboro 730 pm HendersonRound 11 pH m m I mHJl i X 2 j II iyA The Great Slaughter Salevi I i1 y- Vv v I jjlongerjjjjK K I I and complete assortment to pick from yet- IfeS f Vf I ISWl Shapinsky Bros Cloverport IIm mm t- I j r i ii i xiiI I NewsI Ms Pills stimulate the TORPID LIVER strengthen the digestive organs regulate the bowels and are un equaled as an- ANTIBILIOUS MEDICINE arcwidelypeculiar properties In freeing thesystem from that poison Elegantly sugar coated J The No Substitute F ShapiuskBrosy 0 f Miss Znla Bowlds is visiting in Tell1 cityr David Murray Jr has been at Tar SpingsBFlne ShaptnskyPrices on clothing out in two at Snaplnsky Bros saleI Mrs D L Bowlds has returned irom a visit to Tell City r Mrs T N McAfee was in the city Swrom Irvangton last WCCK Miss Mamie Penner of Henderson J is the guest of Miss Josie Berry Greatest values on earth for the money at Shapinsky BroS sale X Shapinsky Bros great slaughter Jia L sale of their 25000 stock continues r Everything in house goes at sacri fv flee in our great sale Sbapmsky I Bros i Miss Mary Collins has returned to i Irvington after a visit to Miss Ara j J Board tt Miss Emma Clark of Patesville iis the guest of Mr and Mrs Horace tft Newton 31 Mrs Tom Robertson has returned 4 to Stephansport after a visit to Mrs S D L Bowlds Wilbur Gregory and mother have X been the guests of Mr and MM ty Clyde Morrison f Miss Minnie Emery has been the f guest of Miss Lucy Caley at Hawes f villa for several days Morrison Calhoon dentists ofac downstairs 205 Fourth street both f phones Owensboro K- Nowp is the time to bny clothing furnishings and everything in our line Prices elaaqhterea y W M Boardrepresentmg Vander hilt training school of Elkton Ky 4was m the city Monday Work Oxon tor SaleA sound well broken even gaited team ot 8 years old flOO casn buys them Call on L V Chapin Clov port Ky Mrs Minnie Baker and Mrs Geor gia Board returned to Maceo Monday after a stay at Tar Springs Miss Grace Plank went to Owensboro Monday Rev Everett English of Stephens port tilled the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday morning in the ab sence of Rev J T Lewis On invi tation from Rev Carrie he preach ed at the Methodist cnnrch Sunday evening Mrs Elizabeth Benson Miss Minnie y Hill and Miss Ruth Wadlington of Chicago and Miss Virginia Hill of Howell were in tne city Saturday evening the guests of Mr and Mrs Ridgely Berry Mrs L W Jones and neice Miss Virginia Kustes Mrs G H Enstea and daughter Miss Marcella of Louisville and Misses Elizabeth Strothmelr and Elizabeth Kustes of Highland Park arrrived Monday to go to Tar Springs il Miss Butte MGeary has resigned he- rr position as night operator with the Cumberland Telephone Co at this place Her place is tilled by Miss Mamie Graham Miss Rosa Agnew succeeded Miss Graham as relief operaI torThe Rockport Ind fair will be held August 21 to 25 inclusive This yearI tab fair it is said will be a good one Che following compose a pleasant party at Tar Springs from Whitesville Mr and Mrs Jerry Grennan and sonI Walter D F Brooks and family PresI ton Ford Miss Mollie DjUehay Mrs Virgie Lefler Mr and Mrs Cliut Hod den Henry Litsey Joe Haynes and wife and grandson Allen Mr and Mrs T F Neel and son John Kittinger and family John D Stinnett Lon McartyI Boyd McCarty Chas McCarty and Miss Annie Bell We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so em phatically for perfect nutrition And yet in the matter of restor i newii 4og jreCfiNCWYll r el L T Reid is sick I John Newton is sick Brabants for photographs Miss Ruth Hayne is in Rockport Dr Taylor is here from Owenaboro One hundred visitors at Tar Springs Chas Furrow was in Owensboro Tues day Orville Skillman was in Louisville last week I Miss L Btlluum went to Niagara Falls last week Mrs Fred Ferry returned Sunday from Tar Springs Misses Ida and Mannie White were i Louisville last week Miss Mamie Gardner is with Mr and Mrs Alonzb Fallon Miss lillzabeth Jarboe is spending a fortnight at Tar Springs Mrs j T Lewis and daughter Mis Reba are in Stephensport Miss Annie Murphy is here from Chi cagu the guest of her mother Chas Moorman has been at home from Versailles bar H few days Visa Mary Storm is here from Hen derson the guest of Mrs B M Currie Have Brabant develop yuur kodak films Mail orders given special atten tion Miss Nina Wilkerson has been the guest of Mrs Will Butcher at Lewis port Mrs John Allen Murray and daughter Miss Donald went to Louisville last week Mrs Molllie Hambleton of Hender son attended the funeral of Robert E doorman The Misses Pate have returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs Wave Roff at OwensboroThe Canning Co is having small towboat built for use here in the tomato trade Mrs Francis Sawyer is having a dining room and kitchen annexed to residenceMr George Chick of Mt Sterling attended the fune al of Mr R E Moorman Jas Kosey will go to Louisville Sep tember 1 where he has a position of saw filer at 4 per day Miss Elizabeth Lamb has gone t I Shee has a nice position Mrs H N Martin and son Hugh have returned to Louisville after a visit to Mr and Mrs J A Barry Mrs Ella Gregory and daughter Dorothare here from Brandenburg the guests of Mrs L G Gregory Mrs B M Currie and her Quests Misses Maja Eudaley and Mary Storm will attend the Chautauqua at Owens boro Friday Chas Sawyer left Sunday night for San Francisco En route he will spend two days with the Vest boys and their mother at Kansas City Kodak films developer and printed Mail orders given special attention Low prices Orders filled promptly Brabant the photographer R L Payne of Brashear Texas an his brother Taylor Payne Fort Benjamin Harrison came in to see their mother Mrs Willis Payne of Harned who is iii very feeble health Prof James C Acheson principal of Caldwell College at Danville was in the city last week in the interest of hs col lege He and Mr Chas B Skillman were entertained at dinner by Mrs D H Severs Harvey Ditto and Mr Jones off Meade county passed through the city last week with a drove of eleven mules They have been west ol here buying Mules are very high aud scarce Ini Hardin county there is said to be hardly enough for farm use Our friend Mr Waldo Simons wa over from Tobinsport Saturday Mr1 Simous lies just sold his wheat crop of 1200 bushels in Canuelton at 72 cents This was harvested from sixty acres o ground He has seventy acres out in corn and says he will have a splendid crop Little Miss Mary Araminta Currie daughter of Rev and Mrs B M Currie will be entered in the Baby Show at the Masonic picnic here August 23 Miss Mary Aromiiita is a beautiful little child and is plump enough to successfully combat with her older brother who is two years her senior in all sorts of fightsAmong the sales made by the J E Keith Monument Works of this city this we ek are the following The par ties below each purchased family monu ments Lon Richardson Brandenburg two monuments for father and mother A J Keys Lodiburg Fred Fralze Mc Daniels Chas A Greenwell family monument Concordia Joseph R Rhodes Long Lick W H Kyler Patesville for fqther and mother Mr Keith has sold more dollars worth o monuments this week than he did the whole first year he was in business He recently received a fine granite monu ment from Aberdeen Scotland on which the duty was 10 and the freight noth lug The transportation companies carry such freight as ballast and make no charge except for loading and unload lug which on this monument was f140 IA Positive CURE CATARRH I Elys Cream Balm It quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects tho diseased membrane It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold in trio Head quickly stores the Senses I ofHAY FEVER I Taste nnd Smell Full size GO eta at Druggists or by mall Trial Size 10 eta by mail I Ely BrothersGG Warren StrcetNewYork henhas eight acres of the finest tobacco in the county Mrs Lee McGruder of Petit vas the guest of her sister Mrs Marion Weath erholt last week asvery fine specimen of an Indian toma hawk near Garfield The last quarterly meeting of the Methodist Conference year will be held at the Methodist church Sunday Mrs Radford and Mrs Mury Pool ofI Daviess county are visiting their sister Mrs James Shumate of Big Spring N C Black and wife of Eldorado Okla ore visiting relatives near Gar field It is Mr Blacks first visit home in 22 years JAl3TRI11Hear theThe Kind You Han Always Botfcl Signature 11of CROSSES RIVER OF LIFE Mona day Morning of Complication of DiseasesSick For Three Months Robert E Moorman died at his home in this city Monday morning at 2 oclock of a complication of dls eases Ht hart been ill for three mon ths and death was a relief to him MoE church Tuesday morning Rev Corrie officiating The interment took place in thu oity cemetery I Manv friends attended the services The majority of the employee of the L H St L Ry at the shops where Mr Moorman was Store Ao countant attended the tuuetal set vicesMr Moorman was fortyflight years ot age and a member of one of the best know families in the town and i county He was a man ot many friends and this was evidenced by the atten tion shown him during his long ill I nesi He has for several years been Store Accountant ut the LB StL shops Local officials held him in high esteem and showed him every courtesy after he become unable to work hisddaughter Margaret Be IS a brother of Mrs Hatchet of Zion Ky and 0 W Moorman of this place He was a member ot the I Methodist church fur many years Only a Mask Many are not being benetietd by the summer vacation as they should be Now notwithstanding much outdoor life they are little if any stronger than they were The tan on their faces Is darker and makes them lookII healthier but it is only a mask They upsetbysleep well Wbttt they need is wnat tones the nerves perfects digestion resfreshing and that is Hoods Sarsapar ills Pupils and teachers generally will hnd the chiet purpose of the vaca greatfmedicine which as we know builds ao the whole system SIIREWSBERRYBURUEN WEDDING AT JOLLY STATION TarforK Special Aug 18 Mia Ola Shreweberry and Garfield Harden were married in Corrintb church at Jolly Station last Wednesday at S oc lock p m Rev Willis of the Chris tiara obnrb officiating The bride is tne daughter of Henry Shresberry ofI Jolly Station and the groom is the sen of Frank Bnrden near here S flows This We otter One Hundred Dollars Reward for byHallsF S CHENEY CO1 Toledo O We the undersigned have known t J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all his business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WAIOINO KINNAS MAIIVIX 0facting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Good Wheat Crops Mr Hal Weatberholts wheat crop near Tobinsport yielded 680 bushels that of C S Gardner 680 bushels Cannelton f DR TAYLOR Repreeentlne TAYLOR KEENE m DENTISTS OF OWENSBOROf f i Will be In Cloverport on the m meachmJ Will be In Hardlnsburg on the 119111 20th and 21st of each ft month Dr Klncdejoes officeF I How about I your eyes r j Do they itch and sting Ate you always rubbing fl IM them Does your head mf ache When you read 1 l5 Then your eye s a rotLQ wrongyou need glasses w1 test your eyes free I L and can lix you np with the right glassesI I SEVERS DRUG C- oeWants l i l =m s j 0SrjrhAdvertisements Inserted under this head at one cent a word per week SALEFarm of 3ro acres for sale i1 mile from lellvllle on llawesvlllo road 3 Barnes on ulaco 0 room dwelling 4 arras In orchard well watered nil hill land It In tvrusted address Mike Stephens lellvllli Ky FOIL SALEThree splendid muck rows oxtri butter cow and two good work horses cheap for rash J K Keith FoB SAiE arms Aclklsson Hros i Clovurport Ky UANTEDGentleman or lady with god rigfor1 1 07200 per year and expense salary paid weekly and expenses advanced Address with stamp JON A Alexander Cloverport Ky- FOIL SALKA tuition certificate In the Ureon Huslnuss College Hreck enrldRO News FOR SALE Kour room cottage with cellar sale cheap Alvin Simmons Clover port Ky Pan SALE lal acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good burn Snores1 In meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat lrleo 11500 cash For further particulars write the Hreckonrldxe News Cloverport K- yWANTEDTo trade frulttrees for lumber on Ino D llubbage Clo verport Ky- FOII SALE One Olobe Incubator and onlyhavingIlreckenrldgo News FOR SALF20 shares ltreekenridge hank Address Ino D Ilabbuge Clover port Ky- WANTEDBy Chicago wholesale und mall assistant manager man or woman for this county und adjoining terri tory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant leWritee Keifaddressed envelope Address GENERAL NpNAGEIt 134 ET Lake St Chicago FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines one lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE 510 3rd Street Louisville K- yCOLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and night Hates SlOO per duy LaborWanted I will employ 75 good men to work on the public roads job will last two months will pay 110 to 125 per day for further information apply to J V St Clair Road Superviser HARDINSBURG KY I2EETC AT NOLTES j 1 qqDRAWING NEAR I IS THE Masons Big BarbecueI I 11 Only one week more then the fun be 1L gins Are you ready for the gather ing You may be needing an item or two to complete the outer man I HoI ITh Suspenders Handkerchiefs Walking Cane Pants Clothing Etc Let us as Iii sist in fitting you out By the way we 1 have made a reduction on Oxfords and i I Lawns J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky rrsrr rcastraaea6 nesQCnr =N1 I Cadick Milling Co t = lfl AiTE carefully safeguard 1 W VV the interests of our fy IIcustomers Moreover n A we frequently do it unknown VI W to them as oppor 1 l tunities often come to us in 1 WllconfidentiL1 ways LET US NAVE fi fiYOUR BUSINESS 4iM I careful attention Highest 1 f rate of interest paid on time l11deposIts W INSUKED AOA IN 8 T LOSS BY FIRE AXDk jII BURGLARY lOX EH rrVATIVE UOAltD OF DIRECTORS EFFICIENT OFFICERS H m I CloyerportIr 6 GlOierport Ky I I Tablets MJIoB soW ipast 13 moltths TiSs If You the right flour GOLD DUST FLOUR If you would have your bread biscuits rolls cakes and pies of superior quality you can make them so by using this superior brand of flour The special process of milling by which Cadicks Gold Dust Flour is made eliminates all portions of the wheat leaving only healthful nourish ng strengthening qualities Try i- tMAKERS Grandview Ind t To in Take Wish indigestible un nmn u S No t Here x cCc Just tell us how much J lumber you need We i have all kinds of C c Framing material J i and choice Poplar and ij Walnut is ready 3 tx youift Thats the thing un fi able to get so quick m before S Let us have your 3 eJ order today ctS- tf Stable may need re gt c cJY cJct I iJI Ky I a tl 1 1W Uur u TYI CORD WOOD WANTED 2 per cord will be paid cord wood delivered on our yards Miller Brick Co t Cloverport Ky Cure a Cold Day Laxative Bromo Quinine Seven misses bu- yCADICIS One snatureI orrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrq Waiting for i Cloverport for Tile gores Griptla Two Days on every bcx25c J Hi x- f r i aar The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15 1906 HAYS CONTINUES ATTACK ON HAGER Speaks to a Large Crowd at Bedford in His Race For Governor Bedford Ky Aug 7 Attorney General N B Hays spoke to a large crowd of Demoorata here Saturday his speech being in part the same as at New Castle Ky He called attention to the expenditure of 18408162 for unneeeaiy attorneys tees and that the only explanation given by Mr Eager was that it gtew out ot transactions prior to the time he became Auditor and ot which he bad no direct personal knowledge bnt ne was satisfied the services were rendered and the charges reasonable He demanded tnat Mr Hagar be moro direct in his answers He suggested that when Mr Hager or any of the machine came to Bedfoidhe be asked If he did not have a bill introduced in the last Logisla tureIwbich if it had become a law would have placed the entire legal business of the State under the control Of the Governor and Auditor Ask him if 150931 is a reasonable charge to saddle on the backs of the toiling masses for writing two pages and eight line by a machine henchtnnn Ask him if he did not attempt to employ attorneys for the Stnte without any request from the Attorney General and saddle another 134 081 52 on the barks of the tax pavers He wanted Mr H agar to answer the charges on tne claim of Bacon Co for teacners registers and wLy be refused to pay the costs ot the in vestigation Ask Hager said Mr Hays why in his Mt Sterling speech he ait not explain how Mr Bacon came to print and distribute the second lot of those books before tb + hoard adver tised to let by contract why he and j the other members of the hoard with the knowledge that said books were thus painted Hud in the nauds of the OoHDtr Snjsrint nd ut adveitlM these books to bfl let by coutraot May 81 IHJflAs I Hagar why he and the other Members ot the board rejected Mr Hughes bid watch was 118800 less than Bacons Ask Hager why he permitted teen Patsy Haly to draw out of State Treasury 144814 more ItthnI Ask Hager if it is not a fact that Mr Franklin of tbe Insurance De pattment is paid 150 per month out of the State Tzeasury in order that said Franklin may send fljO to Mrs Samoa of Madisonville Ky in dis charge ot Mr Hagers political obliga tions to her Get a 5 cent box of Lax ets at our store please We wink they are great Just test these toothsome candylike Laxative Tablets for constipation sour stotcaoh biliousness bad breath muddy complexion etc Hisk j cents and see Severs Drug Co ALL DAY AND ALL NIGHT BANK Pittsburg to Have Institution That Will Do Business bvery Minute of The Day PittsurgPa Aug 8A national bank that will do business every one of tbe twmnty tour hours of the day and night is a project tbit was an flounced in this city last night The treasurer ot the new bank is to be David J Ricdaidson who is now casnier of the Cosmopolitan National Bank The new institution will have a capital of 3r000 and a paid in sat plus of not less thAn OGOO while it 18 claimed that deposits of about 1000000 are assured The local institution will he a national bank with a savings department and the prospectus announces tbat tbe stooknoldbra directors and others will be composed principally of bankers and business men of well know financial standing For dry cracked lipsor tough skin use Dr Snoops Green Salve It posi tlvely makes lips and skin like velvet Sold by Severs Ding Co Feed Your Nerves Upon rich pure nourishing blood by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla and you Will be free from those spells of despair those sleepless nights and anxious days thoso gloomy deathlike feelings those sudden starts at mere nothings those dyspeptic symptoms and blinding headaches Hoods Sarsaparilla has done this for many others It will cure you Hoods Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs 100 doses 1 S c SCALY ECZEMA ALL OVER BODYII Eruptions Appeared on Chest and Face and Neck Were All Broken Out Scales and Crusts Formed Iowa Lady Has Great Faith in Cuticura Remedies for Skin I Diseases a ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURE BY CUTICURA I had an eruption appear on my chest and body and extend upwards and downwards so that my neck and face were all broken out j also my arms and the lower limbs as far as the knees I at first thought it was prickly heat But soon scales or crusts formed where the breaking out was Instead of going to a physician I purchased n complete treatment of the Cuticura Remedies in which I hud groat faith and all was satisfactory A year or two later tho eruption appeared again only a little lowcrjbut before it hud time to spread i I procured another supply of the Cuti cum Remedies and continued their uso until thcicure was complete It is now five years since the last attack and have not seen any signs of n return I have taken about three bottles of tho Cuticura Resolvent and do not know orOintmentbMIone half dozen of each I decided to give tho Cuticura Rem edies n trial after I hud seen tho results of their treatment of eczema on an infant belonging to one of our neigh bors The parent took the child to tho nearest physician but his treatment did no good So they procured the Cuticura Remedies and cured her with them When they began using Cuticura Remedies her taco was terribly disfigured with sores but she was entirely cured for I saw tho same child at the ago of five years and her mother told me the eczema had never broken out since I have more faith in Cuticura Remedies for skin diseases than anything I know of I am respectfully yours Emma E Wilson Liscomb Iowa Oct 1 1905 E71TMI end Internal Trtttntt for Enry CompMe from Inftncy to Aw Humor from IMniilr In Scrofula IlnotvMeof Culicurt soup Kv otntmttitrontlMtar lottd liar Ilk sot via of Choculatot lie I In form tUrNUhnloUtlclrvMtti A tltfrlr MownofrtOmty loIter Drugs Ch m Coif for l ropnilortoo Mw larfur SkID bWpahdn r 1 refIlowto Cus WHITE CITYItAMUSEMENT RESORT For Louisville Riverview Park to a Be Converted into a Dupli cate of Chicagos Resurt It can be stated that Louisville Is- o have a duplicate of tbe White City the famous Chiago summer amusement resort The site selected is Riverview Park which Ccl Lnm Simons nas done BO much to popular- Ize during tne seasons it has been under nis control The promoters of the new enterprise will require additional grounds for the White City und options have been secured on a tract of land lying on the north of ttiverview Park While Col Simons could not be seen by a representative of The T lines it is known that negotiations nave been pending for over a month and the deal lies practically closed and only awaits the arranging o a few minor details Toe new amusement enterprise EVhicb will he ready for the season of 1007 will represent an enormous ex penditnre and be an exact duplicate of the noted White City recently erected in Tiliarmpolis which is a noon erpart of the Chicago resort so well known in the amusement world Riverview Park was chosen for the I site by reason of Its natural beauy and picturesque surroundings Louis vllle Times HAS STOOD THETEST 25 YEARS The oldttrlKlnal GROVES Tasteless Chill lonlc YOU know what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine In a tastelass form No- ire I no pay 50c A Snake That Swallow Egg The hydracl yetl is a native of South Atrlca and taken all nrouud be is a furiosity In the reptile line Unlike theII emulation snake he hits no teeth in his lolith but has n full set of grinders In his stomach These dental wonders I grow from the center of each vertebraI hey puss through the walls of the itornncV and are each crowned with numil Ilydracl Is the champion egg t sucker and the teeth In the stomach paper Jo be natures provision for reaklng the shell of the egg without uniting the risk of losing the precious contents When the egg lands in the stomach and the serpents instinct tells It tint everything Is all right the ad onilnnl walls contract and the egg Ss rushed against the long row of verto brnl teeth Squelched ARnln Mrs Peck I have stood your bully egging just as long as I propose to do 10 I shall proceed to give you apiece of my mind A piece of your mind Henry Peck A piece of your mind Talk about two bites of a cherry I Chicago News The Kcllpue of Art Playwright to friend Im going to the theater tonight Friend I thought you never went to see the first nights erformance of your plays Play wrIghtIm not going to see the play I am going to see bow many people are there 4C J FASHIONS IN COLOR OF HORSES Chestnut the Most Approved II- England in Just Now With regaled to horses use tor pleasure j and sport in this country th Pi has generally been u fashion Probab ly at the ptttent moment breeders ot Hackneys are the most particular with j I regard to ct lor for at the last haokII j ney snow it was generally non d how greatly chestnut horses were in the ascendant It is possibly the case too that a majority of the bet stepping I j horses one sees in the Park arc in tillSI days chestnuts many handsome blip and brovns there are tco hnt the chestnuts are now almost ptronpes numerically of those horses which ap j pear to be of purely hackney blood Of course when one sees a smart pair go quickly past which one is un able to indetity it is impossible to say offhand whether they are trus j ie stnd booK hacRneys or not bnt the breed has made such enormous strides in recent years that it IB now possible to guess with a fair amount of certainty which of the borees one sees in the park or in the West End streets are stud bOOK hackneys Not only havo the numbers increased but so also has the desire to be possessed of these horses and thus the harness norscs of obvious backney cut is tar more in evidence than he was a few years agoII As the licbt built victoria has ed the heavy barouche so has the lighter made stepping horse succeeded the bigger and stronger harness borse of the Cleveland bay or Yorkshire coach horse type and whereas a gen eration ago bay was almost certainly tbe dominating color in the park it now hardly moro than shares the hon ors with chestnut and brown Bay and brown are it need hardlyII be stated the commonest colors amonuI all halt bred horses and thus the orI Binary pair of general utility carriage horses possibly good enough and bunI est nags bntwltb no great pretensionsI breeding or action are as a rub eithrr hAY 01 ttrown hnt if one iignores the ordinary harness rmrse Bin onlyII tnk s cognizance of the shosvv trapper 11 ccestuut will be found to have made j great advance This conpled with the fact that so many ot the Islington winners are chestnuts certainly lingII gests that breeders of stud book hack nejs have deliberately tried to produce horses of IbIS colorITne evidence as to fashion in the colcr of teams is not very pronounced though it IN almost certain that every four in baud driver has some particu lar fancy in this direction In toeI hunting field fashion in color is oolI much observed but it is pretty certain that there are nothing like so many good gray horses as there used to be a few years ago It is seldom tbat a ekewbald or piebala horse is seen in the bunting field while a roan is rare and when be In to be found Is more often a blue roan than a strawI bsrry roan As for the decline ot tbe graythis is simply due to the tact that there are very few gray sires in the countryTbe Fiel- dREAD THIS Ripley Tenn June 1 1001 Dr 1E W Hall of St Louis Mo Dear Sir Having tried various remedies without satisfactory resnts I was persuaded to give your Texas Wonder a trial 1 have used one bottle and although my case is one of longstanding that baffled tbe skill of thnI best physician vet it yielded at once to Tbe Texas Wonder which I heartily recommend to all suffering from kidney and bladder troubles Yours trnlv W H BURTON Pastor Baptist Church Ripley Tenn A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles rev moves gravel cures diabetes semianal emissions weaK and lame backs rheninatismand all irregularities the kidneys and bladder in both men and women reglates bladder trouble In children It not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect care Dr B1 W Hall Sole Manufacturer P 0 Box 030 St Louis Mo Send for test- Imonials Sold by all druggists FINED 50 FOR VIOLATION OF LOCAL OPTION LAW The first case tried in Boyle county under the new local option law which prohibits any citizen other than a druggist or a doctor from having in his possession more than one gallon of liquor came up in Judge Nichols court yesterday afternoon Ashby Simpson being the violator Simpson went to lowland and bought a gallon jug of- of liquor and a quart bottle full the police nabbed him as he was driving into town and found the goods in hisI possession He was fined50 and costs Boyle County Herald J r I +I Stock Profits I can bol greatly Increased by giving sjwdal care to the health of everyII animal and fowl on the farm jSikpoultry sheep cattle hogs horses etc depend on their livers Itokeep them well BlackDraughtStock I j I Medicine keeps their livers working and therefore keeps them well BlackDraught Stock and Poul try Medicine Is pure natural vegetable blood purifier and byl regulating the stomach actsIIIt and bowels It prevents and cures Hog Cholera Chicken Cholera Colic Dis temper Coughs Colds Constipation III Fever Loss of Appetite Wasting Away and all the com mon stock diseases- It Is a perfect medicine for general farm use Try It Price 25c for a large can at all druggists and dealers i From Dr Foote Brrckenridgo News to Edward B Ogleshy and others Wentleoen As many of you farII mers have written me expressing as tonishment lit the foolish way the wheat crop has been dumped on the market and into tile mills hammering the pi ice down about 20 cents per bushel in one month when it could have just as easily been advanced 10 cents a bushel I say as many farm ers nave written and spoken to me lamenting this suicidal market system I thinK it btst to urswer you akogtth or tbrungh tbe columns of the county papers Yea I admit it The farmers I acted tools again and dumped a whole years supply of wheat in one month Will these millers start up their wills and run to their full capacity until this wheat la all made into Hour and feed and then dump It on the market before tbe price ceclines You know they will not do it and the simple reason is that they exercise a little business sense and the least bit is enough to prevent them doing it Not much business sense required Only enough to store ap the wheat Hoar and bran and etc then wait for the time when It Is needed called demand tbe signal being distinctly audible in words and varying to a squeal neigh bellow cleat 01 grunt according to his kind This is the true call that comes from man and beast This is what we call demand This is the time food IB wanted and ut no other time will it betaken wirh a relish much less greedIly This is the time to sell Make other arrangements tor a little ready cash and stint anti scrape in every conceivable way to avoid letting the world have food before it is hungry or clothing too long before the howling beasts of winter urelbeard ICyou are compell ed to ssll why not sell Brittle of your wheat now and a little more ChristmasI and the remainder next spring Is it not your duty to help as maintain etca healthy market throughout the year Certainlv it is Ana shame on you for not doine it because a few of our largest farmers lire compelled to dum their wheat to meet current expense- Ind pay up some last years debts is no reason why the farmers that aro in easier circumstances should notI withhold from the market I know 1 it loons hard and it is hard that the A SI of E people should have to bold their products and pay interest or lose interest to provide a market tor the dumper but since it Is so clearI tbat they have brought increased hoper higher prices to the American tarmI er for all his products we cannot once thiDK of faltering much less yielding Oar brethren in the dark tobacco die trict have things their own way and will never again have to sell at a damper I am worried almost beyond endurance at our Breckenridge county farmers for not assisting this movement when they pocket a part of the profit Tbe noble sons of toil who have so wisely led as in the great battle for Equity meet discouragement now but right will prevail and their child ren and grand children will find them enrolled on the brightest page of the historian whose duty it becomes to narrate in detail this second was for Independence Never again be heard to donbt the result of this contest Nevei again be among the falterers bat go forward to the firing line and battle with every man who denies to yoa the right to fix the price on your own products the result of your toil the wage tor your laborfor tbe II Laborer ia worthyof his hire Health holy writ You askuWIIl the tanners in your e 1 f ttNN NNNNNN NN N The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company CAPITAL 50000 00 B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUl COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity iIIntrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or Burglary NlNNN01jNN NliN 1NNNNNNINNININN itsNliINNNiNiiimiiNllitvF L IIOIITFOOT VicePresident Cues SKiixjiANIAsstC The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by tho very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited iHlNiiii tHNliNi HlNiiiiiiliNlNlittlit1- tNtlNiiNi = First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vice Presiden- S H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits NlNN + THEI1 Fifth Avenue HOTELI IIi KiPIKE CAMPBELL Mgr + FiguresOn I OnFarms lTbe blocks to If you could sell your farmtoday 1100 an acre buy it back tomorrow 110 an acre You do it If can buy the 1100 land 110 some where else the proposition is just as good You cart buy in Southwest HWhy shouldnt you do it 7 you wish to Know about it write for copies of Texas lit books They free OklahomaJ JGeneral Passenger Agent 951 Bldg Sf r locality demand that tbe millers com I ply with amendment to section 2721 of I the Kentucky statutes regulating toll I answer yes The farmers in my locality the farmers in Breckenridge county and the farmers in Kentucky I thatpcorns plied with and why not Is it right j to make fish ot and foul anoth ertt Did not two law making a legislature of say 310 wise men or thereabouts and a senate composed ofI near 40 men and these backed by the best Governor a state ever had say the farmers of Kentucky were pay ingjan excessive toll for their grinding and did they not said section 2731 in such a short and bnslI ness way that a fool cannot err in its intention nor the slickest dodger evade its penalties Yes The farmers are tired paying an average toll rate of M and as soon as they Know that there is more them they will like the lestI ot mankind demand it I say an average toll rate of one fourth 100 wheat mater m a bush eland in exchange for this pounds of wheat the most that I over got return was 47 ponnds1 have within the last years got 45 pounds ex chage oftener than any other amount A lower testing secures even less than 45 Ibs whioh is paying moro tban one torth toll I am satisfied that Kentucky farmers then have on an av erago paid steam mills a toll fully equal to M of all the grain they have bad ground therm You say that the farm era are still paying the ame old toll rateThat is simply because their Atten tion has not been called to the new law which took fffect Jane 23 1000 A law requiring all steam mills whether most centrally located era only Ifirstclass hotel In the city miking a itOO rate y Only one block from the principal shopping district two from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door all parts of the cItv- Everything neat clean I for and for would you for it the more our and are t HILTON Frisco Louis one of great bodies good amend plain for Ibs of 00 in 20 in wheat and and grinding or exchanging to take one seventh toll and no more either dir octly or indirectly and requiring them to forfeit 1000 to the Injured party on failure or refusal This fine to be recovered in a Magistrates court and can go no higher I shall rnqneat and now do reqnest that this law be published in full in this paper so that the farmrrs may know about it Yon pnbishea the Dog lawtl1e County Unit local option law and other laws not half so important to the major class of the citizens ot the county and now lets have the law regulating tolls found on page 468 of 1000 acts of Kentucky Legislature Now in conclusion gentlemen want to say that I have heard enough of such re marks asLaws made for every other class but the farmerand noth ing for him The feast is now spread How is a law to help to protect farmers En force it or repeal it If the toll rate had been increased to M you know evey mill in Kentucky would quickly scoop it in Let all the law abiding people say aye Gentlemen T have answered you fully and In no donbtfnl tones Yonrs trnly Dr P W Foote- Irvtugton Ky Caivestons Sea Wall makes life now as safe in that city as on the higher plan E W Gocdoe who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs no sea wall for safety He writes I havd used fir Kings New Discovery for Copsumptlon the past five years and it keeps me well and safe Before that time I had a cough which for years bad been growing chronlatcoughsCough and prevents Pneumonia Pleasant to take Every bottle guaran teed at Severs Drug Co Price 60o and 100 Trial bottle free t3CKHAM GANG r ON THE RUN I Opposition to the Administration hk JSeems Strong in Every Section or U ingtou Ky July 31Democrats iuiCehtral Kentucky who are making a determined effort to wrest the control of heparty from the Frankfort machine Hire much delighted at the news from tide Southern and Western parts of the State of McCrearys strength and the intense opposition to the whole Beck diem regime While the reports from those sections rte to the effect that the Beckham crowd cb everywhere on the runthe opposition sentiment cannot possibly be stronger there than it is in Central and Eastern Kentucky The opposition to the State administration in Lexington and Pay cUe county is not a whit stronger than iiftjs in any other part of the State Every day information comes from Wood ford Bourbon Scott Franklin Boyle Clark Montgomery Anderson Harri son Nicholas Mason Fleming and Robertson in fact from all the counties in this region tbat McCrearys strength is overpowering and so much talk of tilts sort is heard that the sentiment is rapidly crystallizing that Beckham and his organization will be crushed and pow and then the prediction is freely made that Beckham to save himself from the sting of certain defeat and the humiliation it would bring him will not run the race out Not only are they determined to crush Beckham but theyare likewise determined to defeat every mau I that casts his lot with him For this reason McCrearys streueth is not the only tremendous force Bisworths follow- Ing is amazing end that of Hays is just as positive and determined The reasop of this is not far to seek Beckham has surrounded himself with aI set of small men He has played small politics He has used the patronage of his office as a means of building up his machine His policy has been to inter fere In every contest from one for a State office down to an election ofa precinct committeeman There is othing that he and his henchmen would not do to enable them to control- e machinery of the party and grab the WfRcea Unpopular Legislation Tile work of the last Legislature or much of it is exceedingly unpopular with the masses of the people Par ticularly is this true of the revenue law It is obnoxious to many classes of people and Beokham is held respon sible for this and other unpopular meas ures because he dominated and con trolled the Legislature He is charged with the useless offices created and with the excessive and extravagant salaries provided Iu short whatever burdens were imposed upon the people either in the creation of useless offices with fat salaries attached or in the matter of excessive taxation he is charged with and justly chargeable with the use of pat ronage and promises of patronage he and his coterie of officeholders were able to secure the passage of whatever measures they proposed and these meas ures as the people have discovered were numerous and costly An Irresistible Storm Sd for these and many other reasons that are daily assigned the people now seem bent on driving Beckham and his crowd of officeholders from power and it appears that from every section of the Statefrom the Central tram the East ern as well as from the Southern and western dortions of the State there ii an irresistible storm that will sweep them to defeat Moreover so far as McCreary is con cerned he is only asking for an in dorsement He has made an excellent Senator and by every precedent in Kentucky be is entitled to be reelected Beckham was endorsed for Governor Waak Kidneys Blights Disease and Diabetes UN Dr Shoops Restorative to Curt Ute Cause If You Suffer From These Symptoms Here are the symptoms of Kldner complaints urinebJahlJcoloretiIn It stringy mucous In urine unusual de sire to urinate pain In passing water pain In the back and over the kidneys hot dry and tohing skin halrAdry and brltUe pain rul Joints legs teel heavy sleeplessness dullness loss ot trelght chilly sensa of memo ory general debit tl1IIOSS I ar beart disorders ot eyesight trouble withhearing waxy LN skin fever hitting from one toot to tho other In i tandlnr An Improp or treat mentLaotteaworse than Bone Moat Kidney medl clues get their effect from remedies tailed diuretics TbtM are praotIoalIykl4ner physe bowels ey excite the kid ssK nert to unusual s0 n they cause overW itrain These dlur o remedies are them s lvei the frequent of serious kidney rtlaote Dont try to use klBfcyl themselves for you gill only bartf then Their only strength Is nerve power Dr Snoops Restorative or Llquldhltallzes the BOryet that operate i KIc1AeJs Sold and reooI mllGded bt SEVEftS DRUG CO and is now trying to deny McCreary an I indorsement This is not fair play and fair play is an attribute for which Ken tuckians have always been noted May Drop AlcChesncy A story froni a trustworthy source is to the effect that in order to appease Hines Beckham has agreed tj drop McChesney as a candidate for Auditor and support Hines This follows a conference of Saturday night and Sunday McChesney it will be remembered was brought out by Haley for Auditor as was China for Secretary of State Later Haley in the public press repudiated Hager saying he was too weak a candi date to win At this juncture Hines joined Hager in an effort to control the State Committees leaving Haleyas Beckhams sole and only politicalasset The mixup has been a pretty one Now Beckham sidesteps McChesney in the hope of placating Hines Whether he will make terms with Hager yet remains lo be seen or whether McChesney and his friends chief of whom is Haley will agree that be shall be so sacrificed also remains to be seen But all of this is nuts for the oppo sition It In all grist to their mill AlcCreary and Hays Busy In the meantime McCreary is not only diligently and with manifest method perfecting a most marvelous organiza tion but Hays is unfolding day after day a story of official graft and debauchery that marks a dark chapter in the States history His speech at Law renceburg Saturday was telling lIe had a tremendous crowd and it was evi ident that his heaters believedevery Word that he said so simple and direct was his statement and yet shocking the disclosures that he made that he aroused his audience as nothing else could have aroused them A GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES PilesDruggists UDaysKansas furls From the Emporia Gazette Moat of the girls of the young datcng set will not go to dances with a town ooy because they sayne has no parti cular choice but takes tbephone book begins at A and goes down the list till he gets a girl By comparing notes tbey have decided be does this and are especially snre because he always comes to the dance with gls whose last names begin with a V or a W When A go3diooking woman who is I a stranger goes into a furniture store the town boys who are following at a safe distance give op in despair Women are interested in furniture at only one stage in the gameII Emporia girls are getting awfully j Independent A boy with a nw era teinity pin has been here two monthd and no girl has pursued him openly iDont drag along with a dull bill ions heavy feeling You need a pill Usa Dewitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills Do not sicken or gripe but results are sure Sold bail druggists Wedded In Buggy A peculiar and somewhat rustic If not romantic marriage took place in the southern end or this county last wObk When James Lucas and Miss Rosa Kincaid were made one Lucas got in his buggy at Loust Grove and drove to the home of his sweetheart in the Zion vicinity where she joined i him They then drove over to tbeI residence of Rev C W Boles and wore married in the bnggy driving back home in connubial biles Eliza bethtown News Notice chickenraisers2411 14 cures chicken cnolera and Ronp and liruberneck Price 50 cents No cure no pay Guaranteed and sold byI A R Fisher Druggist Loves The Old Home Paper Editor Breckenridge NewsPlease find enclosed 1 for the News again I love tne old home paper and like to read of my many friends in the old home town and county I Mrs J T Meador War Against Consumption All nations are endeavoring to chock the ravages of consumption the white pleague that claims so many victims each year Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly and you are in no danger of consum ption Do not risk your health bVI taking some unknown preparation when Foleys Honey and Tar is safe and certain in results Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and insist up on having it Hold by A R Fisher An Oddity In Barometers Staten Island Is responsible for an oddity in barometers tleIIOpe bar ometer It has been displayed in conopiuions place at tbe mnnoipal ferry bonse St George and consists of a white placard appropriately In scribed with a piece of rope about a foot long dangling In the middle The baromatlo phenomena are explained in the following legends If rope is dry fair If rope is swinging windy If rope is wet rain It rope is wet and swinging storm If tope is frozen ooldNew York San aiplhli48IIUllmbl II iritigllVlNllht uui omntmD r IrIifI It111 ASfcgefable PreparalionforAss- imilating iheFoodandllcgtfa- ungtheStouachsondBowc sor IS HILDfthN Promotes DigeslionCheerful ness and RestContains neither piumMorplline nor fuCral NOT NARC OTIC ngea cw1atwtzzfcldlRSer4i tU Ser4iWr ewi ai rMrt1 + 1 rJ Apeecl Remedy for Cons Li ptI Ron Sour StomachDiarrhoca Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or NEW YORK LcoPvorwRAPPERJ J BOYCOTT Against Farmer Who Refused to 1 Pool TobaccoHancock Farmer Has Tloublous Experience IJawcsville Ky Aug dAn unusual discovery was made in the wheat stacks of Howard Lambert hero today when the thrasher of J C Adams of the lower bottom had thrashed about half of itII Open rings pieces of horse shoes pieces of chain and other such oh structions were carefully conceal ed iji the bundles of wheat The first few pieces had gone through or partly through the machine before the discovery was made andt then the machinn was stopped IlndI a careful examination of the stack I was made with the above result I The thrasher is a fine one andcost 2200 but was only partly injured Several weeks ago Lambert who belonged to the A S of E dumped his tobacco and when be wanted to got help in cutting his wheat he found difficulty in doing it Finally ho completed the cutting but he then found that his trouble was only beginningI He could not get anyone to thresh I the wheat for him or help him to do it He hauled the wheat to a stackyard near town and put it into condition to wait until he could get a thresher believing that he could hire town help to assist him in the work He finally engaged Mr Adums to do the thrashing and with the above re sultThe queer discovery caused much talk here and it is still being talked about Reputable members- of the A Sof E deny that theyI or any of their members had anything to do with the placing of theI strange obstructions in the wheat stackThere are four other men in the county who have dumped theirI tobacco and who have been refused help by their neighbors toI thresh their crop All Laid Away For The News St Louis Mo July 20J D Bab bage Cloverport Ky Dear SirFind enclosed ono dollar for which please continue my subscription another year as I cant afford to be without the dear old News I read the leading dames of St Louis but on Thursday evening they are all laid aside until I have read everything in the News Yours respectfully Bert Drum 814G Brantner Place ARKS HAIR DAiSAMc- lunKs sod beuaMf thw IWt rrowthNuaBall to It TOUt Color Cw d CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 1 Signature of In- Use l For Over Thirty Year- sCASTO I RIA TH ocNTAaa SOMANY NIW veaR CITY I BIG RALLYIh To Be Held By Tobacco Growers- at Guthrie Sept 22Occasion Will Be Observance of The A S of E Anni versary Guthrie Ky Aug 4 The second anniversary of the organization of the Dane Tobacco L rotes ire associationttp formed for the purpose ot securing better prices lor to aCtO raised in theI dark tobacco district ot Kentucky and Tennessee will be observed at thisI place on September 29 with u monI star barnecua Preparations are now being made by a committee to enter thin 20000 people and it is expected the gathering will be the largest meeting ot farmers ever held in tile South The association at the fairgrounds iu Guthrie in 1104 and in the two years ot its existume has more than fulfilled the expectations of those who started the movement which r salted ic ltd formation Secretary of Agriculture Wilson Mi Henry Watterson Congressman A U Stanley Ollie James of Ks tacky and John Wesley Gaines ofof Tennessee Senator elect Bob Taylor or Teneeaeeand several other prominent men will be atked to atteud the meeting and make speeches The celebration held last year was attended by 18000 farmers and their families The committee from this place lf or wnich W U Bates is chaiiuiau is a ranking for 500 carcasses for tie barbecue which will be reinforced by the baskets of tnose who will atte from Todd and the counties adjoining Tbe arrangements are under the gen eral direction of Felix G Ewing general manager of the association who was the prime mover in tnt movement organizing the black patch Mr Ewing ba appointed the county chairmen as committees from toe various counties to handle contributions of carcasses from the barbecue whl the Jntbtie committee will bear thaed greater part of the burden of carrying out the plans Five speakers stands are now being erected at the fair grounds Ind a brass band will be stationed at each during the day of the barbecue The morning ot the day of the celebration will he marked by a procession which will be made up of 10000 farmers The pro cession will march to the fair groundsi a mile distant when the celebration1 will begin Several months ago the association waslextended to include certain counties in Virginia where black tobacco is the principal farm product and it is expected that there will be several hundred visitors from the Old Dominion The association now practically in cludes every farmer cf the twentythree counties in Kentucky and Tenness where dark tobacco is raised and prices for the weed are higher th they nave been for Y3ars Important NoticeR4 1144 sold under a positive guarantee by A B Fisher care chicken cholera Koup and Uuiberneck Price 50 cents No care no pay U HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES MacKlnao Island Excursion Ang21 = Cloverport to Mackinac Island 1275 V round trip Tickets on sain AUK 21 return limit 15 days from date of sale Masonic Celebration Cloverport August 23 Reduced rates from points on main line to Masonic Barbecue at Cloverport 100 tot round trip from points on Branch Seashore Excursion Atlantic City and return Aug 20 irom Jioverpurt 1025 return limit 15 days from date ot sale- Ntagata FallsRate of 1250 will be made from Cloverport to Niagara Falls and return Dite of sales July 28 and at August 0 10 and 25 Return limit 12 days from date of sale Owensboro Cnantunua Hednce rates Aug t to 21145 for round trip from Cloverport Old Point Comforton July 23 and Aug21 limit 15 days rom date of sale Rate of 105d will be made Cloverport to Old Point Comfort and return via C O R R- Homeseekers Excursions toall points to which homeseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and Squth East On the first hnd third Tuesdays of each monthOne way Colonist rats to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sep 15 to Oct 31 1006 L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST ROUND No 146 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at Reward on flag only arrives at Louisville 725 A M No 142 Dally Mall ana Express leaves Clo verport 942 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1S3S p m Train No 144 Dally fast man leaves Clu = LLouisvillel Train No141 Rally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport 930 p m WEST ROUND No 147 Dally Cioverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 600 u m attires Evans villa 900 am expressleaosHawesvllie Lewlsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No U3 Mall and Express dally nr rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p in dtops at all stations No IlSdailySt Louis fast train leavesClo verport 1111 P M arrives1 Evansville 13 A M St Louis 710 A N1 stops at Uawesvllltj Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping curs and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 146 between Louisville ai d St Louis Fomsville Branch EAST ROUND Train No 2 dailY except Sunday leaves Fords vllle 430 u rrlves Irvington 840 a ui Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fords vllle 320 p m arrives Irvington 5SO tn Train No 6 Sunday only Fordi vllle430 a m rrvlntonf03 a m WEST ROUND Train 03 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlugton 650 a m arlves tordsvllle 845 pw Train No S Dally leaves Irvington 860 p m1 arrives Fordsvllle P23D m Beckham Supporter Now Declares For AUCreary Owensboro Ky Aug 5r1mild political sensation was caused in Owensboro by the ietregiven out by Judge E P Taylor clerk of the Davies County Court one of the bestknown politicians Western Kentucky to the ef fect that he thought Democrats of Kentucky would make a great mistake if they refused to indorse Senator JMcCrearys cap Sidney for reelection to the Senate Judge Taylor who dc elates for McCreary has been one of the Beckham leaders in Western Kentucky in the past dHe has just returned from a meeting of the County Clerks of the State at Elizabethtown and says that he found the sentiment almost unanimous for McCroary Prof Tyler of Amherst college said recently MA man can live comtfirta lebly without arsine no man ever exist without digestive system The dyspeptic has neither faith hope or charity Day by day people realize the importance ot caring for theft dt gestion realize the need of the use of a little corrective after overeating A corrective like Kodol For Dyspepsia Itldigeats what you eat Sold by all druggists Bradley Will Lead A Washington dispatch says that President Roosevelt has decided to wake former Gover nor Bradley the distributing- a ent of republican patronage in Kentucky and that Mr Ycr kes will likely resign as ho re turns from Europe The appointee ment of the postmasters iin Louisville and Sholbvvill- an I against the protests of Mr Yer kes are named as specimens of Brad levs strength It is further- is stated that Bradley will become the republican candidate for governor during the next state campaign M PROFESSIONAL CARDS G BABBAGECloverport Ky J S WORTH AM- Leltchfleld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court at Hardinsburg especially solicited Mr Wortham will be in attend ance at the Circuit Court at Hard each term in February May and October H DeH MOORMANff Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KYe htCourtstlos Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminalI practice License to practice In Rank States District Courts Office nvei ot llardlnsburj StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderato prices Expert tailors employed- J H HUNSCHE Casper May 3 Co Cannelton Ind- OUISVILLE EVANSVILLF PACKET COI- NCOKPOIIATED r Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evansville Steamers a Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednei 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 meats delivered quicker than b- rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 1 78- Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 711 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150I5S 4th it Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and P A GEOH WILSON Snot Sour StomachNo nsrret ness headache constipation bad breUh generall debility sour risings and catanfc of the stomach art all due to IndltwtUa Kodol cures Indigestion This new dlsor cry represents the natural Juices of dlfw lion as they exist In a healthy atemaok combined with the greatest known I and reconstructive properties Kodol Dya pepsla Cure does not only cure IndlgeitlcB and dyspepsia but this famous remd cures all stomach troubles by cleanslBf purifying sweetening and strengthenlBf the mucous membranes lining the atomask Mr S S Ball of usniwood W Vs uyse I was troubled with sour itomieh for twantr T Kodol cured me and wa era now mint It la for babyKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only 51001 SUe holdlnt M time tile Mej also which sails for 60 unto Prard by L 0 DtWITT A 00OMIOASs Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor aso Notary Public I can suivoy your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky ILLINOIS CENTRAL RR Reduced Rate ExcursionsT- O Cerulean Dawson and Grayson Springs Ky California Colorado and etheNorthwest Dally Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark Extremely low round trip rates to points In MISSISSIPPI LOUISIANA ARKANSAS INDIAN TERRITORY OK IAII03A and TEXAS on the ftrst anti third Tuesdays of each month Through personally conducted excursion sleepers from Louisville to California Art zona and Texas Full Particulars had ot Home Agents or by addressing F W HARLOW D P A Loulsr tie 9 i i i 1r1Pr1v The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15 1000 IRVINQTON Miss May Tydinps of Louisville is a charming visitor of Miss Eva Horndou for two weeks Dr and Mrs P E Dempster and little sonPhillip have return ed from a visit to her parents at GlondeaneMrs 0 Bailey andsistor Miss Vista Lyons left Saturday for a months visit to their parents near Old Point Comfort in Vir giniaMiss Nona Holt of Louisville arrived last week for an indefinite visit to her cousin Miss Cecil SpradlinMiss Newman after a visit to Miss Eva and Ilettie Schindlor and Miss Kcna Roberts left Thursday for Louisville IL LI Kcmpcr spent a few days in St Louis last week on business Mr and Mrs 1D C Heron and daughter Mary were in Louisville last week shopping Miss Mary Collins returned Saturday from Cloverport where she was the guest of Miss Anna BoardMiss Laura Shirkliff of Louisville spent several days here last week wish her cnusin Mrs James King Mr Jim Bell of Lebanon Junction is the guest of his brother Robert Bell for sometime Miss Brunigton of California has returned to her home after being the guest of her cousins Misses Maggie and Julia Green wood for several weeks Tom Hardcsty and Davis Ash croft left last week for a visit to relatives in Oklahoma Miss Nannie McGehce acme humo Sunday after a visit to hoi cousin Miss Graham McGhce of Brandenburg About twont fie from here wont to Brandenburg last Satur day to nttond the horse sale Miss Kate Bennett left Tuesday for Cleveland Ohio to visit re lativesRoland Smithof Louisville sprat Sunday with his parents Mr told Mrs YoE Brown have moved to Louisville where Mr Brown has a position as sale man with 1 Bacon Sons The Ladies Missionary Society will hold their annual district meeting on August 29 and 30 at Bewleyville in the Methodist j church All the ladies who are interested in this work are cordial ly invited to comeII Mrs Edd McAfee has returned from a few days spent in Clover port last week The series of meetings that were to have begun at the Baptist church last Sunday have been post I poned indeI llllteljII Mr and 1I1s11 1 0 Chapin and daughter Eva May spent Suturee day und Sunday at Webster thejj guests of their sister Mr and Mrs John Taylor Berry and children left for Nash ville Tenn Friday after spend ing sometime with Mr and 111I J B Herndon When the Hair Falls Then its time to act No time to study to read to experiment You want to save your hair and save it quickly too So make up your mind this very minute that if your hair ever comes out you will use Ayers Hair Vigor It makes the scalp healthy The hair stays in It cannot do any thing else Its natures way The best kind of a testimonial Sold for ovor sixty yoa- raAXade or oIU Ayer Co- Auo Lowe14um nuf oturer or 9 SARSAPARilLA P TQ PILLS I O CHERRY PECTORAL Y t 1 J l r a t I IMr and Mrs J F Claycomb and children are at home from a visit to relatives in Ohio county Dr L B Moreman went to see his mother at Brandenburg Su day who is quite sick Miss Iva Mudd left Tuesday for Ashland Ky to attend the Na ional Sunday School Convention which convenes there this week Miss Mudd is a delegate from thej Baptist church Mrs Roe js a representative from the Methodistj church and Mrs W J Piggott iis on the program and will represent the county Mr Davis Dowell ii- a delegate from the Presbyterian church CJ df3TlDRIdeBests thiiha Kind You Hats Alwals SauDI Bigaatv lIdot BEWLEYVILLE Quite a crowd attended annualI protracted meeting at Freedom Sunday Mr and Mrs Robert Triplettt arc tho guests of Mr and airs T W Anderson this week W W Death and wife Knd W H Drury and wife spent Saturday in Brandenburg Miss Annie Compton who hasi been sick for several days is much improved Miss Blanche Jolly and Miss Florence Cain and sister Bennie spent Wednesday with Miss Minnie WalkerJ Hardaway has returned home from an extended visit with friends and relatives in PointMiss Beulah Payne takes charge of her school Monday at Spires school house Miss Sarah Jordon is siok i willibeI I Miss Annie May Jordon and Katie I Haitlaway are visiting relatives in Lcitchlield and Grayson Spring- sPATESVILLE John Arbra returned from Toll City Saturday Mrs Robert Lamb has been ill for several days Little Mervin Compton is sick Vernon Lynch was at Mattingly Wednesday on business MrsI Jesse Marlow was in Cloverport Saturday shoppingI Miss Anna Lynch daughter of James Lynch who has been ill for some time is improving Miss Emma Clark is visiting the family of Horace Newton this week at CloerportaDr Milncr spent a few days of last week with his mother MrsI W L Milner at Union StartMessrs Ciifton Corley and 1 Oscar Young wont to Cloverport Thursday on rushing business Sunday school at the iI E church at 9 a m every Sunday and at Baptish church at 2 p m Mrs Fred Jarboe and little daughter Altha are visiting the family of Mr Kinder at Tobins portAfter a an extended visit to friends and relatives at Owensboro and Sorgho Miss Anna Lamb return ed home Thursday Several from Dukes attended the at Mrs E L 1Lambsport a pleasant time Mr and Mrs R J Tindle of Dukes called on their daughter Mrs Clara Campbell Thursday afternoonMrs 0 Gordon who has been visiting relatives at Hawesvillo and Evansville Ind for sometime returned home Saturday Misses Addio and Lucy Corloy Messrs Cortland Buck and Walter Medcalfattended the camp meet ing at Yelvington Sunday- A grand revival began at the M E church at this place Monday p m An invitation is extended to one and all to attend It seems as though last week was the rainiest saddest and gloomiest of the season Perhaps it was because there was not much sunshine to cheer us up- I WI R T Miss Ada Frymiro who has been visiting her sister Mrs Joe Dean of Stanley and also attend ing tho Chautauqua returned bynher niece Miss Lena Dean People from Knottsvillo Owens aretcontinually passing through this place enrouto to and from Tar Springs It seems as though the Springs arc becoming more fam ous more attractive and more popular every year IARDINSBURGs Joseph Teaff has had a new brick pavement laid before his store on Main street Louis Jarboo and wife arc visit ing relatives at Chenault Joel Pile and wife Misses Nancy Kincheloe Hannah Beard Maude Smith Maggio Ahl Messrs John Skillman and Franklin Kincholoo 1went to Niagara halls and Toronta with the Orutcher party last Thursday The Democrat has moved into the largo room on the lower floor of the Masonic Temple DrA Walker was at Vino Grove last week on a professional visit Misses Anita and Ada Beard of Louisville are visiting their grand parents Green W Beard and wife Heston Driskell and wife of Spotsvillo are visiting Andrew Driskell andwife Mrs Blanch Read has returned GraysontSprings Springs Owensboro Miss Lena Hensley will return home this week from Grayson Springs whore she has been visit ing Ilonzo Glasscock of McDaniels was in lown Saturday on a busi ness trip Hon Charles Blandford of Bewleyvillc was in town on a business trip Friday John P Tucker of Mook has sold his farmllndwill leave next week for Oklahoma on a prospect lug trip = Morris II Beard and wife are visiting A S Edelen and wife at BurgindCol D R Murray and wife are visiting the lion D C Moorman wife at Glendeane Col E L Robertson of Glen deane was the guest of friends here Sunday- Mrs Nora Board of Irvington was the guest of C L Beard wife last week T J Hook has bought of S A the the old mill lot on the pikeda consideration being 27500 Mr Hook will fiup the pond on his mill lot and put in a pumping station on the land purchased of Pate Mrs Thomas H Withers will return homo next week from Christianburg Va where she has been visiting relatives Porter Nunnolly of Georgetown of returned home Monday after visit to friends at Glondeano II C Lewis and wife of New Albany are visiting his parents M Henry Lewis and wife Mrs It G Robertson of Glen deane was the guest of C VPE PEUobertsonMrs Nettie Phelps of Louisville arrived Saturday to visit her parents the Rev J H Lewis and wifeMiss of Judith McGuflin of Louis boe villo is the guest of MISS Clara Heston Mrs Arthur Beard entertained at dinner Monday evening Miss Reid MISS Emily McAteer of Louisville Misses Anita and Ada Beardand Dr John Kincholoe I Tom Moore and Henry Moorman I The Homo Telephone Company is thinking of putting in an ox lot change hero in the near future = PISOS CURE FOR CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couch Syrup Totes Good Use In time Sold by drupelits CONSUMPTION r jo P q w A VETERAN OF THE SPANISH WAtI I Expresses His Great Faith In PerunaI I Feruna TJ a Tonio Especially Adapted to the Prevention and Belief of All Catarrhal Ailments Due to the Vicissitudes of Climate and Exposure Experienced by the Soldier An Old Soldiers Praise Mr I1 B Cox Center Oak Pa writes I was taken with hemorrhages of the stomach and had from one to three a yearTho doctors said my stomach could not bo cured and it was only a question of how soon ono of these spells would kill mo and I was given up several times as they had no hopes for mo finally wroto to you and you said If It was not a cancer or a tumor Peruna would cure me I commenced taking Foruna right away and have never had one of those spoils since- I am an oldsoldier ono of Phil Sheri dans Bough Riders and pretty nearly played out now but I havo a pretty good stomach again Assistant War Correspondent Rec ommends Peruna Mr H B Manloy Assistant War Correspondent during tho war In China care Black and White 683 Craig St Montreal Canada writes When a man travels in extremely h or cold climates ho realizes how valua blo a friend ho has it ho carries a bottle of Poruna I know of no article ia my traveling outfit which I have learned to praise higherIf are suffering with the e treme heat Peruna restores you or you are afflicted with a cold la grippe or bronchitis Feruna restores you in a short time Or if you suffer with sloeplef sness or if your appetite is poor again Peruna acts as a good truo friend and It the tonio needed I have tried it for months and am only too glad to acknowledge it as true loyal standby in times of trouble I do not hesitate to recommend it to all n I T Markland a wellknown business 1 man of Cincinnati 0 address R R No1 Mt Washington Ohio writes 1 find that in my case Poruna in a I JAblei workAgeThree Yearsevery day a n have gained ten pounds I took your Poruna according to directions and tho resultwas more tha- I expected 1 took no other medicine but Feruna and it accomplished all You told me In your first letter that you thought Teruna would cure me and it has I am seventythree years old and- tan attend to my business as usual DUKES Mrs Lee Campbell will leave Wednes for Harned Miss Carrie Bashatu and brother Hilous attended the party given by Miss Tula Lamb at Patesville Saturday nightMiss Flora Newbury was the guest of Miss Clara Duke Sat day Misses Ena Powers Goering and Carrie Basham were the guests of Miss Senada Powers Sunday Mr and Mrs Oscar Batman and Miss Anna Bruner of Happy Hollow were guests of Mrs John Johnson Satur y and Sunday and attended the ice cream supper Mr Gordon Dunn Owensboro is visiting his mother Mrs Elizabeth Dunn this week Miss Eunice Nichols returned home Sunday after a visit to her sister Mrs Rosa Wllkie of near Weber Mr and Mrs Richard Hardin and children of Weber and Mrs Ludal Bowlds of Cloverport were the guests Mr and Mrs John Duke Sunday Misses Madie Belle and Margaret Basham were the guests of Flora New bury Saturday night Cicero Reardon visited his sister rs Cora Harris of near Lyouia Sunday She is very low with typhoid feverMr and Mrs Alonzo Reardon of visited her parents Mr and rs L Newbury Friday Willie Russell of Hawesville was the guest of his cousin Eulace Basham Saturday and Sunday Mrs Lula Mattingly and son Robert Louisville are visiting Mr Dave Jar this week Miss Myrtle Harris returned to her hume at Maceo Sunday accompanied- by her aunt Miss Pearl Basham t STEPHENSPORT The ladles of the M E church Will give an ice cream supper Saturday night August 18 for the benefit of put ting up a new fence around the church COL ARTHUR L HAMILTON Gallant Porto Rican Soldier Gives Praise to Peruna tColI1 Arthur L Hamilton of tho Seventh Ohio Volunteers writes fromJ 259 XJoodalo St Columbus 0 as follows Besides having the merits of Peruns fully demonstrated In my film+ i Ily I haves number of friends who have taken It for catarrh End ach trouble and all unite la praltlag It As a remedy for catarrh stomiifully recommend It jj In a later letter to Dr Hartman Col Hamilton writes p ifhfycommand used your Peruna during our service In the Spanish i I will say this that If the War Department records lire i1 a consulted It will be found that the casualties In my regiment were less I AlgerMeade months service were seven out of a total number of 1400 I of course i cannot help bet think that Peruna certainly was a great benefit to my command In a recent letter Col Hamilton says j V yearsIyouraremedy during the SpanishAmerican War In old ago tho mucous membranes become thickened and partly lose their function This leads to partial loss of hearing smell and taste as well as digestive dis turbances- d Peruna corrects all this by its efficient operation on all tho mucous membranes of tho body- n One bottle will convince anyone Once used and Peruna becomes a lifelong standby with old and young For free medical advice address Dr S B Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O All cor respondence hold strictly confidential W K Goo l ich was in town Monday delivering photoes Ed Matheny and family of Elderado 111 were at the Conn house last week They are thinking of buying property and locating here Mr Matheny is in terested in the timber business We are ijlitvingl plenty of rain and crops ate looking fine The parties who came down from Louisville in an automobile left Satur dayMr and Mrs Pike Conn and daughters and Miss Pauline Hawkins of Uuiontown were at Tar Springs Sun dayMrs Francis Hicktaou is visiting her sister Mrs Betsey Roff Miss Zelma Lay haa returned from a visit to her brother Herman at Nor forjt Va Dr Nevitt and family spent a few days in Brandenburg last week Dot Stiles has sold his grocery store to Joe Bill Morgan TARFORK Miss Maud Ryan is teaching school at the Morton schoolhouse Miss Annie Hintou of Louisville is visiting her brother Oscar and other relatives here Mr and Mrs Richard Mattingly of near Cloverport were guests last week of Mr and Mrs Dennis Sherran and Mr fond Mrs Gld Burdette Mr and Mrs Dan Parish of Indiana came over last week to visit her brother Will Morton who is suffering with rheumatism and ill of a complication of diseasesMisses Irene Robbins Emma and Lite Burdette attended the association at Pellville Miss Ada Brown of Haynes ville returned home with them Dr Wm Howard was called last Fri day to see Mrs Joe Dunn who has been ill for several days Geo Perkins ana 0 W Rice were appointed as delegates from Cave Spring church to attend the association at Pell ville Owing to the indisposition of Mr Rice he failed too Misses Awbrey and Logie Rice of Owrnsboro arrived last week to visit Mr Fred Derieweh Rldg top Tenn writes Wo have been usint Peruna for five years 1 believe that it is tho best med icing that I know of I and my wife and our thirteen chi dren do not need any doctor since WI uso Peruna Peruna Contains No Narcotics One reason why Peruna has found titiPeruna has no bad effect upon tlM system and gradually eliminates cajy tarrh by removing tho cause of the catarrh r 1 lrelativesl lwell preserved for one o14ier age 5 Mr and Mrs Luther Pate of Clover Creek speut last Thursday with herU parents Mr and Mrs Gld Burdette Ivan Bates is in Owensborott NEWS ITEMS FROM KERBY KNOB KYte if iifewJMissMisa Nina Jones is sick iMiaa LIllie Hirt attended the fair at Berea last week t Mrs Fannie Rowells baby Is very sick Chas Hirt baa purchased a 3000 farm near the Malary Springs He and his wife will visit his new home soon and go from there to Richmond Everybody is living fat now Corn and tomatoes nave come in and teJ 4areSPECIAL NOTICE At the request and by the aid of the merchants aud the good citizens otClo verport the Toll Gates on the 23rd lust Masons Barbecue day will charge all persons but one half the usual fare Dr and Mrs T Owen returned vL- from Philadelphia Saturday night where they were the guests of Mr and Mrs J E Mattnews i ja The City Council is taking stepa to annex Eastland to the city j 1r LE ROY PLOWS canslvetestimonials Roydraws i work in nil Conditions of soil than any otbec IeRoyCONRAD PAYNE is CO Cloverport Groves Tasteless Gull TonicTun stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sate over ODe mid A Half HMcM fcottte 50cEBdosetwkli I 4Me 1 V