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Digital page images are linked to the text file. viyt THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXL CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 29 1906 8 Pastes NO7 3 3f I my of8t 8tes esBk feet nth tt- Y lift lyhl hlro roto t ors Irei lied ear ltof Itorind rile fed + Ilyus dyyls ylshe rut ali 1n N- tin i iI i GREAT CROWD In Point of Attendance the Masons Barbecue Surpassed all Previous OccasionsPeople- From Almost Everywhere Present r PARTIAL LIST OF THOSE WHO REGISTERED AT THE NEWS BOOTH The Fifth Annual Masons Barbecue fame off in Skillruansgrove lastThnrs day The day was ideal and 4000 peo ple from everywhere the pick and choice and the cream of the country were there drinking in the pleasure of an event which is not approached at another place In the county The crowd did the selfsame thing it has been going for five yearsthat is had a good time The people were friendly and spent money as if it grew on the trees over their heads The display of beautiful women made the menfolks stand about and marvel They saw the latest cut in dress the latest shape of the hat and the prettiest faces livened by the sweetest smiles The gross proceeds were something like 1200 about 300 of which was profits Everybody was satisfied and wanted to come back again next year which the Masons count as one of the the biggest assets Col Johnson could not be pesent on account of sickness On account of lack of space we pub lish only a partial list of those who reg istered at the Breckenridge News booth In our next issue we will publish the re mainder of those who registered Pate Mrs Jno Jno Bab Chas Tom Ella Fred holt Jar boe Joe Carl Jas Mrs Wm Will Wm New Rus sell Rev Mrs Mrs Jas Polk Mrs Ed Con rad Mrs Geo Mrs Wm Burn Mrs Bola Mrs Mrs Bates Mrs Mrs Sam Sam Gist binsMarganfieldLUlie Ball Mrs Lula M Noce Bran Chas Pate BasbamLewispJrt8 Rose Lora Mrs Mrs Em Mrs Haw kins Mrs Stiff Lay Bardstowri Aug 23 Jno D Babbage i to be there today ex press my regrets to peopleBEN SO CloverportMike TuckerAmiel L C Beavin W R Adkisson Murrel Morrison Elmer Hofiious Elizabeth Skillman W H Boumer Mannie White Elizabeth Skillman Mrs John D Bobbage D Babbage D bage Jr Mildred Babbage Louise Babbage Frank Moorman Satter field Lanora McGavock John Ashby Chad McCracken Arthur Bruns George Weatherholt Virgil Babbage John Bishop Lewis Elmer Noble J T fcewls Eldred Babbage Newton Isabelle Burns Louise Lewis George r Orby Pierce Randall Weather Clarence Adams Robert Pierce Cullen White John Jarboe Sterrett Fred Newton Miller Ernest Bruns Lishen Andrew Ashby Moorman Beavin William Walker Eugene Smith White Ashby Forrest Weatherholt Howard Bishop Jerry Barns Thos ton Vester White Beulah Currie Harris Chief Detective Ditzenbach Lewis Miller Dr Rafferty Roy Johnson Raymond Hawkins Henry Johnson Homer Harris J T Lewis Eula McCracken Edna Weisenberg Lillian McGavock B M CurrieLee Williams Skillman Maud Lucy Adams James Skillman Mark Lewis J T Lewis Orville Perkins Frank Noble Lake Weatherholt mund Wroe Thomas Wroe Shelby Wave Hall Herbert Russell John Weisenberg Owen Berry Willie White Bruns Harry Weatherholt A S McGavock T S Nicholas C 0 Berry Lawrence Murray Wag goner Layton Furrow Jeanette Martha MillerNallise P PumphryLucy McGavock M J R James Younger P D Plank F L Lightfoot Myrtle Wilson Floyd Hinton Lebucia V Chapin iifary Ricketts Yewell Holder r Francis Smart J L Bishop Julia Wroe Lucetta Miller Mertle Worley Lull Thurman Louisville Addle Fairleigh Florence Fairleigh D C Benton Hawesville C Duncan John Kennedy Willie RussellChas Williams Jennie Bates Frank Blackford Mason John S Fuqua Mason Chester Irvington Rachel Rosenblatt Ernest Mattie Crackett Eva Snyder Nanna Snyder Mary Richey Mary Hardiu Mattie Hardin Myrtle Kennedy Nannie RobI Waller Addle Young Hardinsburg H Miller Sherman Isaac HaleArthur Beard Franklin Beard Henry Moorman Roy Moorman Morris H Beard Mary liendrick Stowler H Beard DukesJ R Aldrich Campbell Emmet Clark T J Florence J Wells Leibovitz Senator Owen Jessie Powers Martha Gropp Taylor Pauline Lambert Walter Lambert Jeesie mick Jesse L Owen R Dyer StephensportJ T Basham Mary Basham Lionel Conner Gardner W B Hanks Serene Jarrett John McCoy Alice Zelma Ky 190G Cloverport Icy- Too sick picnic Proctor Robbins Lena Payne Francis Dowell W F Blain Annie Dickmann Jennie Basham Mrs Mary Stuart Fran cis Daitmau Andrew Crawford OaksCharles Canu VictoriaWill Sanders Tobinsport Graham Polk Orville Leaf W R Polk Webb Couey Verna Ryan Nell Simons Mai Leaf Ethel Ahl Florence Simons Florence Skill man Mrs J L Drinkwater Mrs Wood Weatherholt Alfred Harris Charles Conie J W Lyons Mrs Martha Lyons Will Adams Ada Adams Ellu Hudson Hal Ryan Felix Ahl Ora McKenney Haynesville Arthur Martin Fordsville Gilbert Eskridge ChicagoJohn Asljby Bryan Ash b Tarfork O W Rice St Louis M B Livingston OwensboroS N Fisher E P Moore McQuadyrG A Wright Rome IndCarrie Dohan Alma Wheeler W E Dohan Peter Miller Bert WheelerLyonsPattie Adkins Tar SpringsClarence Merserve Frank Merserve SampleD Jolly Fred Miller IL Miller LodiburgAmel Brown J N Brown Sam Brown Jacksonville IllW E Keenan CanneltonJack Wilber H Clark Rube Merre- tPatesvilleSam Bruuer Hugh Aring tonHoltEdison Gibson SkillmanWillie Hults W B Hardep Balltown G Furrow LyonaAlvy Huff W Martin Irvington Lnfe Hall Asklns W D Wilso- nNebobfaja Eudaley BARBECUE NOTES The special train from Fordsville and way pointson the branch brought lin six coach loads of people Judge Moorman and Hoy Moorman of The Hardinsbnrg Democrat were there advertising their paper Both are gentlemen and the News is glad to nave such contemporaries Nolte Bros and Eaward Gregory had attractive displays In the advertis ing tent 800 dinner tickets had to be redeem ed and bought back because of lack of food to make good The Irvington baseball team and Dunes played a game of ball in the af ternoon on the grounds near the river Irvington won the game oy 11 to 7 The Cannelton Band received com I numI music going all the time By three oclocn everything was sold out but lemonade Its a pretty true saying that lemonade like the poor is always with us The ladles foot races did not come off Enel Holder got the lucky number in the graphophone contest anti got the machine The Number was 370I Lafe Behen played lucky and got the 40 range His number was 620 Wonder what Lafe will do with the range Its certainly up to him now Editor Clarence and family were there Clarence carried nis baby aroud all day There are two things in this world Sterett is foolish about and thats his baby ana his Junior LynotypeSenator Dick Owen was there from Lewlsport with as sweet and pretty a bunch of girls as ever attend ed a barbecue DICK says theY are a toir sample of the good things they have at Lowispnrt Among his Misses Lora Taylor Pauline Lambert Edith Howe Rose Lebovitz and Martha GropMrs A B Skillmaos absence was felt On account of sickness she was unable to fill her place in the Mascnic ladies ice cream booth Miss Margraet Snillman was treasur er at the ice cream booth She wound up the day with 140 in her cigar box Miss Margaret can make change with the ease and rapidity of a lifelong banker Maybe she gets the trait trom her brother Charlie There were hardly a dozen people down from Hardinsbnrg There was a picnic at Bardinsburg Aug 4 and there VS nigh onto a hundred Clover port people there Sanctified Hardins onrg should reread verse of Scripture which says Do unto others as yon would have others do nnto you There were four thousand passengers handled on the merrygoround Re ceipts wore 200 Mrs S J Wells of Lewisport sev entyfive years old still young enough to enjoy the frivolous things of life was there She is a monument to the greatness of life well spent Too Two Charlies were in evidence all day Wtierover there was work to bq done Charlie Skillman and Hamman were on the spot Both wrre the busl eat men in town two weeks before the barbecuo and neither of them let up until the certain dropped late Thurs day evening From Illinois Wilbur Keenan arid family and bro ther Claude of Jacksonville III ar rived last Wednesday to attend the Masons barbecue and visit his wifes parents Mr and Mrs Charlie ROD bins near Hnrdinsbnrg Mr Keenan operates a farm of DO acres of cultivated soil Be raises large crops of earn with winch he feeds hogs for the Chi cago market 75 bushels to the acre he says is what tnev cull a good corn yeild For dry cracked lipeor tough skin use Dr Snoops Green Salve It posi tively makes ups and skin like velvet Sold by Severs Drug Co Senator Tillmans Garden At his home in South Carolina Sen ator Tillman is famous as a garden er He produces among other things the best asparagus and the finest roses to be found anywhere in the State Like other Soutn Carolina farmers Tillman raises corn and cotton These are staple products o that region Lately Tillman has made a specialty cultivating asparagus for the early Northern morsels and his income from this source is considerable The culti ration of roses amounts toa passion with the pitcnfors advocate In his home gardens he has no less than 250 varieties of them Baltimore News Into The Val ley Of Death Charles Ryan Popular Young Man Victim of Consumption at Twenty Five Charles Ernest Ryan died at the home of his sister Mrs Chas Hall Monday morning at 115 oclock of consumption He hAd been sick for five weeks The funeral services wera held from tho residence Monday after noon at three by the Revs Lnrrie and Lewis Thn services wee quiet on ac couut of the illness of the deceased fattier Mr John Ryan He is survived by his wile and one child Lucile of Henderson his moth er and rather and two sisters Mrs Chas Hall and Mrs H L Starter Mr Ryan was u barber He had many friendsThe pallbearers were Harry Ham bletoo Tom Pauley Carl Overton Jess Bonier Harry Newsom and Wilbur Gregory To Chicago Mra Rebecca Powers of Dukes left last Thursday for Owensboro where she will join her daughter Mrs Ella Foster and go to Chicago Tomorrow S W Powers will otter his mothers farm for sale It is loc ated on the Owensboro road three miles trom town Why doas the sun burn Why does a mosqui tousling Why do we feel unhappy in the Good Old Summer Time Answer we dont We use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve and these little flit dont bother us Learn to look for the name on the lox to get the gen- UIne Sold by all druggists Comfort to Him F C Cart in ordering his address changed from Beattyville Ky to Heidelberg Ky says the News is quite a comfort to him STEWART MIL LER INJURED Gets Caught in Chain at Brick Plant and Has a Badly Mashed Foot General Manager D Stewart Miller got his foot caught in a belt chain at the Miller Brick S Tile plant lloudaI atternoon and suffered a very painful injury The machine in which hIS foot was caught had to be stopped and taken to pieces befor Mr Millers toot could be released Prof Tyler of Amherst college said recently A man can live coiulortn bly wWwat orainn no man ever exist ed without digestive svstem The dyspeptic has neither faith hope or charity Uay by day people realize the jWtance ot caring for theft dI- gestion realize the need of the use of a little corrective after overeating A corrective like Kodol For Dyspepsia It digests what you eat Sold by all druggists I OPEN AIRSERVICES At Tar Springs Sunday Afternoon Rev Currie Preached to the Hundred Guests Open air church services were hed at the Tar Springs Sunday aftenoon by the Rev B M Currie There were about H hundred guests at the Springs nearly all of tnem attended the sevices A world of truth in a few words Nearly all other cough cures are nonstipatinjr especially those contain ing oppiates Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar moves the bowels Con talus no opiates II You nan get It at all druggists In Honor of Misses Barrett Miss Lula Severs entertained Friday evening in honor of the Misses Barrett of Owensboro Twenty guests were present SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY WEEK Building will be Heated by Steam Same Faculty as Last Year will Teach in 0607 The Cloverport Graded School will open Monday Sept 10 Tho facul ty of last year has been retained which is Prot Jno P King princi pal Edmund Wroe first assistant Misa Jennie Patterson second assistant Miss Margaret Wroe primary depart ment The School Board has had a steam heater put in the school building and the rooms and halls will be heated by steam The heater is situated under the room on the first floor in the West end of the building Each room will have a sufficient number of raidators to ensure a pleasant room on the cold est days The capacity of the heater is several hundred feet greater than is required for the actual heating of the building The surplus was stipulated in the contract in order that there would be enough heat for an extra room which the School Board hopes to erect in the near future LaHeist and Ueban have the con tract fdr installing the heate- rPROGRAMME Of Sunday School Convention At Union Star Sept 8 Morning session beginning at 10 oclockDevotional exercisesRev E B EnglishRes ponse Has the Church fully realized the Importance and Possibilities of the Sunday SchoolRev E B English The Sunday School the greatest Harvest field of the Church Miss Pink Ricketts Song Report of School- sAppointment of Committees Song and Benediction Noon Recess 115 Song and Prayer Services Rev H H Roe How to Make the Sunday School Go Geo McCuobins The Sunday School as an Invest ment for GoodRev R H Roe TopicP R Claycomb SongSome Outside HelpsMrs S P ParksThe Superintendent and his worn T B Henderson tiistoral Leadership in thn Sunday Subool Rev E SI Gibbons Report of Cjiuuiltteta Other Bnsiness MinutesSong Benediction We invite all Sunday School workers to be present at this convention and especially those of Union Star District Lot every scbool in district be repre sented Kepresetntives shall be expect ed to give report of their scnooll T B Henderson Pres Nan E Lvddan Sec In Self Defense Major Hnmm editor and manager of the Constltutinalist Eminence Ky when he was fiercely attacked four year ago by Piles bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve of which he says It cured me in ten days and no trouble since Quickest healer of Burns Sores Cuts and Wounds 25c at Severs Drug o- lrvingtons Dutchman Irvington Ky Aug 25 Brecken ridge Newai Cloverport Ky Sir What do von think of Irvington Dutch man How many towns In the county that has H man like Christmas C J Heusel came to this town a few years ago and has done as much to beautify the iniin street of this little town as anybody Look at the pretty trees vines and flowers that surround his house You can very often see him dicging and watering around his trees which is a credit to himself and his town What if ev ry merchant in Irvington would take as much interest in such things it would not oe long before we wonld have a town that wonld be a credit to tne county If we had but a few more Dutchmen in town like Chriss some one might bragg on Irvington Hurrah tor Chriss A Resident of Irvington I MARRIED IN- TENNESSEE Miss Mildred White and Mr Mar ris Jolly Tie Matrimonial Knot at Springfield Tenn IrvingtonKy Aug 27 Special At Springfield Tenn Monday morn ing August abMisa Mildred Wniteot Webster and Mr Morris Jolly of this city were married by the Rev N C Wheatly of the M E cburcn South of that city After the marriage Mr and Mta Jolly went to Nashville a few days there and then to Louisville for a short stay and then to Irvington where they will reside Mr Jolly having ao copied a position with Jolly Gardner Co Miss White is the daughter of Mr Edward Whiteof Webster and former- lyI of Lima Ohio She is the Deice of Mr and Mrs J G Harris of Clover port Mr Jolly is the eon of Hon and Mrs R M Jolly of this city The bride and groom are the guests of the grooms parents The bride is seventeen and the groom twenty five There was no parental objection to the marriage and the object in going to Tennessee to have the nuptial knot tied was for the sake of novelty Get a H cent box of Laxets at our store please We think they are great Just test these toothsome candylike Laxative Tablets for constipation sour stomach biliousness bad breath muddy complexion etc Risk 5 cents and see Severs Drug Co PLEASURE CRAFT At The Lower Levee The Boat Hails From New AlbanyWill- Give Excursion Saturday The Ohio Belle and excursion boat Water Lilly is at the lower levee this week The boat showed at Tobinoport last night and will give an excursion to a point down the river Saturday afternoon The boat is spl n dilly equipped for its business and carries a very fine band of tour pieces The excursion boat has a good dancing floor and at ttiuny towns the manage ment gives balls to select crowds and private parties Capt M J Eblesisor of New Al briny from whence the boat hails Is the proprietor and manager of the craft ana a gentleman The Captain says that he is out for pleasure princi pally and will go further South when the weather moderates The engine room is one of the best equipped that has ever tied up to the levee here Dont drag along with a dull bill ious heavy feeling You need a pill Usa Dewitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills Do no sicken or gripe but results are sure Sold by all druggists WILLIAM J WILL MAKE 65000 OFF OF TOUR Gibraltar Aug 20 William J Bryan and his party sailed on the ftorth German Lloyd line steamer Prinzess Irene at 2 oclock today the steamer being scheduled to leave at 2 p m Mr Bryan expressed himself as being satisfied with his tour which closed with visits to places of interest in and about the Rock Mr Bryan has been away trom America eleven months and during that time he nas made 1000 a week by writing articles on his travels for a syndicate of American papers He will earn approximately 50000 by his articles and they will be reproduced in book form later which will net him at least if25000 more It is ostlmat ted that Mr Bryans expenses to travel with his wife son and daughter have been 200 a weei or about 10UOO for the time he has been away His earns ings for thn year therefore will net him 05000 OTOBX ItUocez Bought 4f c t L 5L5L L = n t t r 0 IT UNiM i V t 1 0 I X mJ mI 1 V it t fI j AI 10 to j i V t t I t 1 I i tr t 7t r I r 1 i J I J1 5JJ V tl fi iJ J t READY TOMEET HIM McCreary Courts Joint Debate With Gov BeckhamLetter From the Senator Richmond Ky Aug 28 United States Senator McCreary nas addressed a letter to Guy Beckhaniin which he formerly accepts the cballens of the latter for a joint debate The senator says ho has two engagements this week and one at Owenton Monday AUR 27 but that any time after Monday he will he pleased to meet the governor and arrange fox joint dis cussions The senator says GovJ C 1V Beckhain Frankfort KyDear Sir Yours of August 21 1900 was received by me this after noon Yon reter tti my answer made in my speech at Mt Sterling last Monday to ft statement made by you in your speech at Lexington Ky which was as tollows 1 have never asked or received pe cuniary aid from the whisky interests in tbe present race for United States senator nor in any race ever made for public office in the past I would like to know if Gov BecRhm can say the same Yuu say that yon can cheerfully answer that question and suggest that in order that we may have an oppor tnnity of answering any questions that might be aSKed we arrange for a series of joint discussions at such places as you and I may agree upon I nave two engagements this week and an en gagement to speak at Owenton next Monday the 27th of August It will afford me pleasure to meet you at any convenient time or place after next Monday for the purpose of arranging snob joint discussion na we may agree uponI dealt i that the people of Ken tacky have the tallest opportunity to DeooHB acquainted with the Iissues involved in tbe present campaign Heepcetfally Jamas B 1CreArII Theta is nothing so pleasant as that bright cheerful at poe wlththe world feeling when you sit down to your breakfast There Iis nothing so conductI to good work and good re suits The healthy man with a healthy mind and body Iis a better fellow a hatter workman a better citizen than tbe man or woman who is handicaped by some disability bowevor slight A slight disorder of the stomach will de range your body your thoughts and your dicpoeitiou Get away troin the rnorbidnee and the blues Keep your stomach in tune and both your brain and body will respond Little indis oretlons of overeating con be easily corrected and you will bp surprised to see how much better man you in Try a little Kodol For Dyspepsia after your meals Sold by all druggists THE SHOWIS The Great Sun Biotbera Railroad Shows Trained Auiinal Exposition exhibits more Animals Acrobat Musi ins Jockey fborougbreud Uofsee Comical Clown Funny Jugglers etc also presents skillful Menage Acts by principal Lady Riders on Thorough fares Monkeys on Small Ponies etc More enjoyment lor less money than ever afforded you by any trawling amusement tnteiptis The Sun Broth ers Shows will exhibit at Cioveiport on Sat Sept 8 Two performances 2 atd 8 p m rain or shins Doors open one hour earlier Watch tor grand street pageant Jay ot show at 12 oclock noon No Gambling or Games of Chance allowed with Sun Brothers Shows We carry our own Electric Light Plant Battered and Bruised Sam Meserve a former Hancock citizen who now lives at Tar Spnnus in Breokenndge county was in town a few days since looking much tbe worse for wear His head was batter ed and bruised and it all comes about over his having fallen backward off a telephone pole eighteen feet to the ground He was rendered unconscious by the fall and certainly ran a narrow escape from death Clarion All HumorsAre impure matters which the skin liver kidneys and other organs cannot take care of without help Pimples bolls eczema and other eruptions loss of appetite that tired feeling bilious turns fits of Indigestion dull head aches and many other troubles are duo to them They are removed by Hoods Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablets known us BBrsatabS 100 doses 1 THE PASTORS OBLIGATION TO HIS CHURCH Toe Western Recorder The pastors first obligation to his church Is to love It First in order of statement first in time of statement first in importance in fact the supreme firstsI The kind of first Jesus men tioned wbeu He was taUtine about His Fathers Kingdom Seek ye first the kingdom of God The pastors first obligation then is to love his church first That first that makes everything else second And now nbideth faith hopo love these three but the greatest of these is love Mans first and supreme duty is to love It is lithe greatest tbng in the world and hasand will produce tbe greatest greatness in the world Mark 033 34 gives us some insigat from the worlds standpoint Here we have the worlds first and the worlds great ness This kind of first shall be last of all and this kind of greatness has and will always be weaknessand must fail The first we have in mind will prodnco too greatest in the kingdom of Heaven Matt IB l4 Only love is willing to become great on this principle Neither be ye called master for one is your Master even Christ But he that is greatest among you shall be your servant Matt 231011 Only love can be great in Gods sight I Only love can fill this place with no thought of being great Only love can lead teach and serve for the ohurcns sakenot the things of the church Paul with this supreme first in his possessionsaid 1 seek you not yours Again the pastors obligation to his church is to love every individual in it Not just love the organization on general principles but every member of the body When Jesus died for His church it was not for an organization but for the individ uals that would make up that body Yes love every one I Possibly we feelI that this will be hard for us to do Yes but we remember that love will cover a multitude of smsl Pet 48 And also sinners And besides it is the beet way to get along with the brethren also the sisters 1 Cor 137 Benreth ull things endnreth all things DrBronghton says Re silt the devil and he will flee from you Resist a deacon and be will jump on you Perhaps the deacon would not if he were restated in a proptr degree of love Lint if bo di l we would take it better and feel better about him after bo got off And it might be better for tbe deacon alter he got offfor love woiketh no ill to his neighbor tbe deacon Rom 1310 If we peat rs feel the serious ness of this first duty find comfort in the fact that this is tbe only principle by which we may owe them anything R 188 My brother pastors this in to us the supreme goodand tor us as leaduri of the sheep and limbs the supreme thiuu even the great st And we wno are called to be the bishops ovir the body of Christ should not forget themembers in particular 1 Cor 1227 Yes our obligation to love evbiy individual member For the body is no one meoibsr or a select few but many 1 Cor 1214 Even all the parts that it takes to make the whole Love IheIIhead Love tbe eye i Love the ear Love the hand1 yes Love the loot We pastors should be equally dcxious about those atlithe footwith those lat tbe head Always remembering that they all are of equal importance In Gods sight 1 Cot 122120 At least so far as we are related to thorn as bishop Love first halides us tor first and second the third and on to tea end of obligation even to the feeding of the flock of God over which we may be called to lead in things divine 1 Pet C 2 Love tnables us to stand in our pro per place as under shepherds not lords over Gods heritage but being examples for the flocjt V 3 Ready tor the chief Shepherd whenHe shall appear V 4 Our obligation is to love first and all the time and thou we sre ready to lend and teach and only then thorn their duty toward the Bible the church and the world leach themto honor the word of God above all that has been writ ten or may be written Teach themto supportIItbe church of God for which He died with their means and by their cooperation UhlI brethern on this love principle we may teach them to love one another to weep wltn those who weep and rejoice with those who rejoice even to snfferwith those whoIIsuffer and rejoice with those who are honored 1 Cnr 1220 This also is the best way to teach Gods purpose in the world through His Son that they also might bo saved And that it takes our means and cooperation to bring this about Brethren this obligationthis love only principle may bring us oft hu miliation but we remember our bless ed Saviors words in regard to this He that humbleth himself shall be exulted So with no thought otlithe bright reward in viewIIlet us press on always remembering His precious life the one supreme example who loved flm all the way whose labor of love brought sweat us it were great drops of bood And even carried His cross toward tbe place of execution and died with loves exprHslonlor- slnnerlon His hallowed lips Father forgive them they know not what they dol- Tberefore I pastors let us look well to our obligation oven to the east waiting for the rising of tho Sou ot Righteousness with healing in His wings tot every humiliation And our crown of rejoicing will it not be these sheep and these lambs that we may lead andfeod for the Chief Shepherd The Lord grant it Let us be faithful and when He shall appear then shall we also along with our flock appear with Him in His glory II With a heart fall ot love for the botherboodand a bright anticipation for the time when we will cast our crowns at His feet I am yours in His name J T Lewis Cloverport Ky TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE nilOMO Quinine Tablets Drupclsts rotund money If It falls to euro E W G MOVES signature is on eac hbox 25o 23 FOR THEM Passengers Made Hopkinsville Po lice Put Negroes Out of Pull man Berth When the fast Chicago train on the Illinois Central pulled into the local station last night at 045 passengers asked Policeman Bryant Baker to force a negro and his wife to leave the pull man cat and go Into the one reserved tor colorea people The policeman found the negro and his wife bad already retired to a berth located in the midst of those which were occupied by white people The officer ordered them to dress which they did without much protest and he then escorted them back into the colored appartment The negro was a preacher about six feet tall and as black as ebooy His wife was a mulatto and very fleshy Officer Baker held the train for nine minutes past the usual leaving time and did not permit it to pull out until ho saw tbat tbe colored passengers were located in the car provided for their race The officer says his nose told him of the presence of the negroes as soon as he entered the coach Hopklnsville Ken tuckian GRAYSON WANTS BRIDGE At Franks Mill on Rough Creek After Breckenrldge County Peoples Trade Grayson county should see to it that one of her commercial trams is lost In tne meer need of bridges at certan points in the county and along Its borders To avoid this commercial drain we ale at present in sore need rC- a bridge at Franks Mill or what Is now known as Hornbacks Mill or tough Creek on the Breckenridge line Farmers living in and around that section in Breckenridge county are nearer the Leltch6eld markets than any marketing points in Breckenridge Iountv and but for the impracticabili ty of crossing Rough Creek it would make Leitcbfield the dumping place of all their farming productsan it na turally follows their trndiriTpint1 but owing to the fact ttiat there Is no bridge at Franks Mill it makes it practically impossible for them to reach Leitcbfleld by any compara tive route in distance to the Brecken ridge markets There is an Immediate and pressing need of a bridge at the point above designated and the proper parties should see to it that some immediate action is taken The good people of that locality are entitled to it and should havo It The ford at that place has been impassable for more than six weeks and the proba bility is that it will never be any better Little Clifty pushes her mud and mire directly into the ford and makes it impossible to lord there even on horseback Lot us open our eyes to our commercial interests if not to the needs of our neighbors Leitoh field Gazette Calvestons Sea Wall makes life now as safe in that city son tho higher plan E W Gocdoe who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs no sea wall for safety He writes I have used Ur Kings New Discovery for Consumption the past five years and it keeps me well and safe Before that time I bad a cough which for years had been growing worse Now Its gone Cures chronic Coughs La Grippe Croup Whooping Cough and prevents Pnenmonlal Pleasant to take Every bottle guaran teed at Severs Drug Co Price GOo and 100 Trial bottle free CARRS TRADE LETTER Spring Wheat Shippers Are letting Busy And the Farmer House Gets them Fancy Prices Trade ties A Heavy Load to Carry Corn and Oats Prices Are In Doubt There has been a heroic effort made for a few days past tq start a bull marKet in wheat and establish bottei prices The result of all this effort has beon an upturn of only 2o from the extreme low point and half of this grain lost in two hours time under renewed selling pressure There are a few bear ish features developing In wheat which no one could anticipate earlier Ic was expected that on a basis ot 70o for Sep tember wheat in Chicago all Europe would be laying in supplies because of the low price and the fine quality ot the grain It now appears that Europe has raised a larger amount of wheat than it was thought possible before the harvest began This t gather with the foot thai the large surplus on this side has been so ex tensively advertised makes the foreign buyers very indifferent Another equal ly important feature ii tbe fine progress which has been made in harvesting the big spring wheat crop io thu northwest All rumors of damage thorn whatever Cause have proved groundless and today the greater part ofthe wheat in the three big north west states is cut and harvest is about to begin over a large portion of Maui toba A very careful banking au thoriety ismed its annual figures on grain yields today and places the total wheat at 10000000 bu more than tbe Washington report of August 10 The only encouraging features for buyers has been the sharp falling off in win ter wheat receipts here and at the southwest markets This can not off set the bearish influence of a tree movement of the now spring whent crop Our own house has had the earliest spring wheat receipts and they bave Drought from 4o to Co over the September price We fete that low prices should encourage farmers to make duect shipments to obtain all these is in it There are some Anthusaio bears in the oats trade who ate predicting a decline in the May price to 30c They hardly believe their own words as a decline jf a cent or two from the present price will put oats on a basis where capital will take hold and prices will be like ly to recover quickly after the early run frcm the good harvest northwest is over CARR I READ THIS Ripley Tenn June 1 1001 Dr K W Hall of St Louis Mo Dear Sir Having tried various reme dies without satisfactory resuts I was persuaded to give your Texas Won der a trial 1 have used one bottle and although my case is oue of long standing that battled the skill of thi heat physician yet it yielded at once to The Texas Wonder which I heartily recommend to all suffering from kidney and bladder troubles Yours truly 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 removes gravel cures diabetes semianal emissions weaK and lame backs rheuuiatismand irregularities tbe kidneys and bladder in both men and women reglates bladder trouble In children It not sold by your druggist will be sent by mall on receipt of 1 One small bottle two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P O Box U20 St Louis Mo Send for test imonials Sold by all druggists NEGRO TROCs I SHIFTED char Department Made the Move to End Texas Trouble Washington Aug 220n account if the trouble between negro troops and citizens at Brownsville Tex Fort Brown Is to be abandoned The company of Twentysixth infant ry white soldiers which was sent there will not stay very long Ita duty Is to pack up all the movable government property which will bo shipped to other posts when tho troops are finally ordered away The colored troops will leave Texas Instead of going to Fort Ringgold which is about 100 miles from Fort Brown the battalion of the Twenty fifth infantry was ordered to Fort Reno Oklahoma This action Is In ac cordance with the direction of tho president and was recommended by General McCa key commanding the department of Texas By direction ot the president General J Franklin Boll chief of staff will make a thorough Investigation of the whole Brownsville affair and report to tho presidentThe under way will be continued by Major Blocksom War department authorities state that every effort will be made to find out the facts and fix the responsibility for the disturbance and that soldiers found guilty will be punished WJNCHE5TEZ Louisville CARTRIDGES For Rifles Revolvers and Pistols Winchester cartridges in all calibers from 32 to 50 shoot where you aim when the trigger is pulled They are always accurate reliable and uniform Shoot Them and Youll Shoot Well Always Buy Winchester Make Kentucky State fair IN I I and I r THE1 y I i PIKE h 3 Sept 1722 25rOOO PREMIUMS AND PURSES TROTTING AND RUNNING RACES DAILY IMagnificent Exhibits Other Attractions LOW RAILROAD RATES Fifth Avenue HOTEL Louisville Ky CAMPBELL M- grrrrh ii I ITl1omost firstclass hotel centrally In the located city and onlII200 rate Only one block from the shopping ilstrlct and two principaliithe principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all of the city- Everything neat andtclean partsII I J VTho school for tho young man or young woman who desires an honest and thorough education TA corps of nine experienced and well equipped teachers will assist me in the class rooms fiWe have tho Classical Scientific Theological Commer cial Musical and Elocutionary courses of study Thorough vtiorlwill bo required in each department Diplomas will be given in eachtVrho scholastic year begins August 31 1906 Rates are extraordinarily low For particulars write for Catalog J W HUGHES President Kingswood College- Via Harned Kingswood Ky NNiNN N NNeee ASHEVILLE HENDERSONVILLE BREVARD LAKE TOXAWAY AND HOT SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA Center of tho Beautiful LAND OF THE SKY AND- SAPPHIRE COUNTRY A natural paradise where human ills find quick relief reached direct by the Railwayff V Asheville is located on a superb elevated plateau the lowest point of which is two thousand feet above the level of the sea- Situated t in the most favored portion of the temperate zone The official Government record of tho climate of Western North Carolina which is unimpeachable evidence gives tho following average Spring 5349 F Summer 7072 F Autumn 5348 F Winter 3887 F With u mean for the whole year of 5415 F and a mean relative humidity of but 65 per cent For land of the sky booklet summer resort folder etc send 2cent stamp to C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY J F LOGAN Tray Pass Agt LEXINGTON KY J C BEAM Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOUIS J M- iy lit I It I I L 1 I cR I I II II I dn tT 44- a f 1g1lJK J A WEEKS HAPPENINGS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIi AND ADJOINING STATES Fitzgerald Found Guilty of Murder by a Whitley County JuryDeath of General Manager of the Lexington and Eastern Railway Barboursville Ky Aug 18 James Fitzgerald the negro who confessed to the murder of Mrs Robert Brough ton was found guilty by the WhItley county Jury after they had deliberated less than an hour The Jurors return ed a death verdict Annie Henson Fitzgeralds alleged accomplice was placed on trial Pollemen Fined Louisville Ky Aug 20In a de- cIsion banded down by JUdge McCann In the case of the 14 policemen arrested at the instigation of the Ave nue theater people on the charge of disturbing the peace by blockading the door of the theater and refusing admission to any one the police are held to be in error and fined 5 each The fines were suspended Judgo Richards then caused the arrest of all the members of the troupe who appeared on the stage Aug 12 Each member gave bond to appear for trial The police decline to say what action 1if they will take Wets Won Georgetown Ky Aug 20 After the hottest campaign over known here and only approached in the fa mous Breckinlidge Owens contest the wets won over the local optlonlsts by 21 votes in a total of 857 Three years ago the wets won by 10 votes Wagon loads of white and negro children bearing motto banners visited each poll singing hymns while churches alternated in tolling hourly Food and lemonade were served by the women across from each poll They also crowded the courthouse lobby awaiting the result Rival Merchants Quarrel Columbia Ky Aug 21 Elijah Burton shot and Instantly lkilled James Dooley following a difficulty Two bystanders were wounded John Powell and his son 12 years old were with Burton when several shots were fired it is claimed by Dooley Tho buy was mortally wounded and his father only slightly The men were rival merchants and quarreled over business Vogt Exonerated Louisville Ky Aug 20Tho board of public safety handed down a de cision in the city hospital Investigation case instituted by Drs Jouett Menefee J B Acree and 0 A Tay lor completely exonerating Superin tendent Vogt and the head nurse Miss Anna Shafor from the accusa tlons and concluded by bestowing the highest praise upon these officials Men Not Entombed Bristol Tenn Aug 20The report that 50 men were entombed in the Clinch mountain tunnel now under construction by the South and West ern railroad Iis Incorrect The story had its origin In an accident at the tunnel in which two negroes were killed and several workmen injured by falling rock and scaffolding Prominent Railroad Man Lexington Ky Aug 20J Rogers Barr general manager of the Lexing ton and Eastern railroad died after a long Illness He was a son of Judge John Barr of Louisville and was ono of the most prominent railroad men In the state Shaw to Speak In Tennessee Nashville Tenn Aug 24Leslie- M Shaw secretary of the treasury will open the Republican campaign In Tennessee with a speech Sept 14 The announcement was made by Leo Brock in charge of Republican state headouarters OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes Is Its merits a ter out the waste or Impurities in the blood If they are sick or out of order they fall to do their work Pains aches and rheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid in the blood due to neglected kidney trouble unsteadylieartthey had heart trouble because the heart is overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries- It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble- If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and sold on flftYjcentes You may have yourblood sample bottle by mall nome of BR pm Root free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer CoBlnghamton N Y Dont mako any mistake bnt remember tho name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and tho address BInghamton N Y is on every bottle Tae Cnicrdi Camellia Tree In the days of Its glory tho palace at Caserta of the king of Naples hat among Its features n so called English garden made In 17S2 by order of Burl Caroline of Austria It was bright with flowers and wondcrfuF rare oriental plants und trees so that it was re Downed throughout the world but tl10 crown and glory of all consisted In a camellia tree a plant then unknowt In Europe The seeds were collected as though Hakes of gold and the queer used to give them and cuttings of this cutnellla as presents to her friends These cuttings were most highly prlzed and thus It has become a European flower so much so that the cxporta tlon of camellias Is an extensive Indus try In central Italy and In German there are vast fields of om In Its palmy days the Caserta plant had eight brunches the largest of which was twelve Inches in diameter tho whole being thirty fcbt high This mother plant was in a nourishing condition up to a few years ago but lately the gor geous garden has been allowed to fall Into decay and with It the glorlouE camellia Pall Mall Gazette Ilcwnrdii of Literature A very talented and well known writer successful too In the popular estimationtells me I know a mat who spent fifteen years leisure In get ting the material for his best book und writing It over three times then offer ed It to almost every publisher In America meeting with refusal by all and finally sold It to a London pub Usher for 50 had It republished IIn America some years afterward got a tow dollars before the publishers fall ed and us his last royalty received Just 2 cents which was exactly 10 percent of the last sum due him I am tho man but I dont publish the tact nor feel Inclined to brag about It nor to complain for that would be useless and would only cheapen my wares In the literary market Tune book paid me by accurate calculation 33 cents a week for the fifteen years work Papyrus IHrdM Hnvo Favorite IMniitn Like man birds have their favorite plants It has been discovered that the goldfinch Is passionately fond of apple blossom This may be because Its fa vorite building site Is In the lichen covered forks of apple trees but apart from such attachment the bright little finch frequently spends hours tearing the petals Into tiny fragments Though the nightingale never builds In tho thorn boughs It loves to sing on may laden branches often In the very midst of the fragrant blossoms It Is some what peculiar that most birds avoid tho cow parsnip owing no doubt to tho unpleasant greenish smell emitted by this umbelliferous plant Small birds very often build In less secure places but the parsnip gigantic and strong as It is Is left severely aloneLondon Opinion What Slakes the Trout Shy The shyness of the summer trout of the still sprlugholc Is due not entirely to his keen eyo trained by the quietude of transparent waters It Is to be cred ited more to his gregariousness The cool places and deeper pools of the trout stream are apt to be few and hive the fish In schools It the school num ber say fifty fish It means a hundred watchful eyes and a collective shyness adjusted to that of the most timid fish of the fifty whoso sudden dash to safe ty gives the warning signal to all A single nervous troutand there are usually several Is thus enough to scat ter a big school In a flash andbaflle the hopes of the anglerClarence Deming In Outing Magazine Tobacco Leaves A scientist writes Tho essential quality for which tobacco Is smoked or chewed lies not really In the leaves themselves but Is contained In thou sands of hollow knobbed hairs which cover their surface Tho vital nicotine Is garnered In these pearlike balls but as It Is Impossible to shave off these hairs and would be a scarcely com mendable achievement If It could be undertaken It becomes necessary to preserve the whole foliage for com mercial purposes Whore the Money Came From Batchellor Thats a good cigar youre smoking Popley Yes thats a fine ten center you gave me Batchellor gave you I guess not Popley Oh yes Im sure It was your money paid for It Tho only money I found In our babys bonk this morning was tho limo you put In yesterday Catholic Standard and Times The One Mule At a club where card playing was prohibited four members smuggled In a pack and calling the waiter aside asked him If ho had ever known tho rule broken His reply was All tho years I have been here I have known every rule broken except one that of giving of tips Time game pro ceeded Thoughtful Aro you suro tho sick man wanted me asked tho physician reaching for hishatHe mention your name but es screamln for some ono thatll put him out of his misery and I thought ot you right awny Houston Host Didnt Walt Were you frightened when you arose to mako your first speech What should frighten me The audience The audience left as soon ns my name was announced A HopelcR Case I am In favor of spelling reform Glad to hear It Como around and glvo iny stenographer a few points Wont you Philadelphia Ledger An Ingenfon Accusation The favorite horse of the Chinese Emperor Tsl said a Chinese states man died through negligence on the part of the royal master of tho horse The emperor was so enraged at this that he drew his sword and would have run the careless functionary through the body But the learned mandarin Yen tse struck up tho emperors sword saying Sire this man has not yet been formally accused of any crime He de serves to die but his accusation should come first It Is the law Yell sold the emperor toll tno what he has done Listen you rogue said the mandarin turning to the trembling master of the horse listen to u catalogue of your heinous offenses In tho first place you have allowed a horse to perish that his majesty hind Intrusted to your care In the second place iIt Is on your account that tho emperor became so exasperated that he was actually on tile point of disgracing himself In all his peoples eyes by killing a man for tho sake of a horse I Enough said the emperor appreciating the rebuke Let him go Ho Is pardoned IlrenkliiK It Gently Laura said Mr Ferguson as he buttered a biscuit and passed his cof feo cup for a second tilling I dont miss anything but after I had como In last night about 1130 I found tho house hind been broken Into Some body had smashed a pane of glass in abasement window crawled inside and made his way up the stairs to the first floor There hasnt been anything disturbed In the pantry the china closet or the sideboard has there No answered Mrs Ferguson But mercy who could It havo been and what do you suppose he wanted- I 1 suspect he rejoined clearing his throat hat Ierl1ld It myself and that I wanted to get Inside without disturbing anybody Yrfu had all gone to bed and I had left my latchkey In my other trousers It will cost about 25 cents to repair the basement win dow The weather man I see pre diets possible showers for today Chicago Tribune Three KlnilM of IlKhlnlnK The Etruscans of old believed that there were three kinds of lightning ono Incapable of doing any Injury an other more mischievous In Its character and consequently only to bo Issued with the consent of n quorum of twelve gods and a third carrying mischief In Its train and for which a regular decree was required from the highest di vlnltles In the Etruscan skies Curl ously enough modern scientific men agree with the view that there are three kinds of lightning but their vari eties differ from the Etruscans The first Is known as forked lightning and runs In zigzag lines the second as sheet lightning because It Is seen In a body and the third as globe lightning as It sometimes runs In the shape of a ball The latter variety la rather slow in moving The Word Nice Nice is ono of the exceptional words which have risen on the scale and Improved with age It is from the Latin nesclus and originally signi fied Ignorant To Chaucer It regularly meant foolish wise and nothing nice In Spensers time it still meant effeminate From general foolishness there was probably first a specializa lion to foolish fussiness about trifles Then the Idea of Ignorance dropped out and the word meant particular about details accurate It was creditable to be a nice observer or to show nice Judgment And so In the end the positively agreeable meaning of today was evolved A Savage Poison The Juice of the green pineapple is accredited In Java the Philippines and throughout the far east generally with being a blood poison of a most deadly nature It is said to bo the substance with which tho Malays poi son their krecses and daggers and to be also tho finger nail poison for merly In use among the aborigine Jav these women almost universally These women cultivate ri nail on each rand to a long sharp point and tho least scratch from one of these was certain death The Meanest Mail The meanest man has been located In Philadelphia Ho dropped a largo roll of bills on the street and a boy who found it returned the money to him Counting tho bundle carefully tho owner put It In his pocket My son he said benignly to tho boy I am rejoiced to see that you are guided by lofty principles and as an earnest of my approbation shall refrain from charging you Interest for the time you have had my money A Continuous Fenlit They were from tho country on their first visit to Loudon and a notice In their hotel puzzled them consider ably It ran Breakfasts 8 to 11 luncheons 12 to 2 teas 3 to 6 dinners C to 8I suppers 8 to 11 Say Gnrge aid ono to the other cordln to this rere there beant so vary much tolmo fer solghtseeln St James Gazette Advantage of Ilelntr a Brute Do you think animals feel pain as deeply as we do Ive never studied tho subject butt IsI safe to say that they dont worry as much as we do over pains that have not yet been felt Chicago Record Herald In our relation with ono another were apt to neglect tho little things which count so much in making our lives happier HowsYour Liver It will pay you to take good care of your liver because If you do your liver will take good care of you Sick liver puts you all out of sorts makes you pale dizzy sick at the stomach gives you stomach ache headache malaria etc Well liver keeps you well by purifying your blood and digesting your food There Is only one safe certain and reliable liver medicine and that I- sBedfords BlackDraught For over 60 years this wonderful standbyInthe favorite liver medidneln the world It acts gently on the liver and kidneys and does not Irritate the bowels- It cures constipation relieves congestion and purifies the system from an overflow of bile thereby keeping the body In perfect health Price 2Sc at all druggists and dealersTest It y 1- h YourWants Supplied 1Vo are fully prepared to supply your wants for anything in our lino with entire satisfaction Repair workis one of our specialties ifJewelry watches or anything that can be repaired you can depend on us to do it right fiWo respectfully solicit your patronage T C IitAI IIARDIYsBURGKYTILE CHICAGO Cattle Common to prime teen S3 7S6 75 cows S2 8504 a heifer 12 605 35 bulls U OOt nO stockers nod feeders 12 604 25 Sheep and Lambs Sheep S4 255 75 tombs Id 0008 00 yearlings IS 006 CO Calves J6 0008 00 Holts Choice to prim heavy 16 45 JG 65 medium to good heavy J6 0006 JO butcher weight 16 30 j 06 50 good to choice heavy mixed 86 00 06 15 packing J6 GOIUS 10 pig 85 600 6 50 WheatN 2 red 71072Hc Oats No2 29U29Hc CornNo 2 49 Sc EAST DUFFALO T Cattle Good to choice export 85 3506 25 shipping steers 4 9005 35 butchers cattle 14 85tf6 10 heifers 3 2505 85 fat cows I2 254 00 bull It 00 milkers and springer I6 4006 55 Sheep and Lambs Good to choice yearlings 6 0006 25 wethers 15 5006 00 mixed t5 2505 50 ewlI- S4 7605 25 spring lamb J6 0008 25 Calve Best 83 258 75 HOSH Heavy Jfi 7006 75 medium I 75 Yorkers 6 7506 80 pigs 86 89 roughs IS 110 C 60 stags II 0004 75 CLEVELAND Cattle Choice steers 15 2505 50 heifer 12 COOl 80 tat cows 13 2503 60 bulls 13 250 50 milker and springers 110 00045 00 Sheep and Lambs Good to choice spring lambs It 0008 25 yearlings Jf8 0006 25 weth ers 85 0005 40 mixed 14 6005 00 ewes M 0004 50 Calves 18 00 down Hogs All grades 16 60 stags II 7504 25 rougho 15 0005 40 PITTSBURG Cattle Choice 15 856 15 prime IS 8005 SO tidy butchers 14 8506 25 heifers K 5004 50 cows lulls and stags 12 5004 00 fresh cows end springers 125 OC050 00 Sheep and Lambs Prime wethers 15 6505 80 good mixed 15 4005 60 lambs 15 0008 00 Calves Veal 5 0008 76 Hogs Heavy hogs 16 550 60 mediums Yorkers and pigs 16 850C S7H BOSTONWool Ohio and PennsYlva- nIa XX and above 84S5o X 3132c No 1 40041c No 2 3S039o fine un washed 260S7c unwashei delaine 2n4 tucky and Indiana combing H blood 02Sc wash J delaine 8636Ho lenI S3V635c Ublood 3S0Mo CINCINNATI Wheat No 2 red 71It- 1720 Corn No 2 mixed 60H051c Oats No 2 mixed 31V4032c RyeNo 2 60 tic LardIS 40 Bulk meats 19 12 Bacon 110 25 Hogs 15 3006 60 Cattle 12 0005 25 Sheep32 7604 75 Lambs 14 5008 25 NEW YORK Cattle Steers 15 000 I 10 culls 12 5004 00 cows II 0004 00 Sheep and Lambs Sheep 13 25O5 60 culls I 300 lambs 16 878 85 oulls 16 00 CalvesVeal 15 6009 00 Hogs tato and Pennsylvania 17 007 10 TOLEDO Wheat 74c corn 53o oats I2c rye 66c overieed 730 CASTORIAForI The Kind You Havo Always Bought SI Bears tho Signature C tGtCk iY Bargains in Tickets Via Rock island round trip rates nil summer TO COLORADOVeryI l September 23 to 29 low round trip rates all summer TO CALIFORNIAVery l reductions September 3 to 11 inclusive Gne way Colonist tickets will be on sale September 15 to October 31 roundTOtrip Illustrated Booklets and Full Information Regarding Rates Routes Etc on RequestII l1cGUIREIIQEO tI Lull H I Gen Pass Agt Dlst Little Rock Ark Cincinnati OI r m v WIJIII U AN IDE- ALVACATION TRIPTO YELLOWSTONEPARK Personally Conducted SPEND YOUR MONEY INpTNIS COUNTRY Itinerary of Trip Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Mnnitou PIKES PEAK Grand River Canon Royal Gorge Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City Orden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Canon and Gk DAYS IN WONDERFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost of Trip Expense of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully consider ed and minimized so as to be within easy reach of all Special Sleepers will leave Louisville Night of July 25th For full particulars write J II GALLAGHER 1907 Barret Avenue Louisville A Z SOUTHWEST The Land of BIG CROPS and PROSPERITY Are you making ao much ofT vour farm as you ought No doubt you are making 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 Vying on a small farm or perhaps yon are renting one and paying a good share of what you raise in rent Wouldnt it be better to go where the price of good land is so little that you can own a big farmwhere every acre of the ground is work ing for you and all you raise is paying you good profits There are thousands of acres of fertile land in the Southwest along the line of the Colton Del Route that can be bought for from 13 to 10 an acre This land is increasing in value each year See the Southwest at Small Cost- A trip to tho Southwest would convince you that your best Interests Iky In settling there The trip can be made at very little expense On tho first and third Tuesdays of each month you pan purchase a round trip ticket to any point on or via the Cotton Belt Route at very Iliw rates Stopovers will be allowed for you to examine any locality you are Interested In Write at once for free copies of books describing this wonderful country and for full Information about cost of tickets etc L C BARRY T P A Cotton Belt Route 82 Todd Building Louisville Ky I CITY ORDINANCE The City Council of tho City of Cloverport Kentucky do ordain as follows Sec 1 That that territory commonly known as the Eastland Addition to the City of Clovcrport and more particularly dcrcribcd as beginning at tho lower end of the Ilardinsburg and Cloverport turnpike at the mouth of the lane in tho line of tho City of Cloverport running with saidjj city line in the center of said lane S 13 t E 51 510 polesI to a stone in the center of said lane corner to P Askins now F Fraize tract thence with said line N 84 E 50 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 iT 46 7 poles to tho beginning containing 16 acres 2 roods and 15 poles more or less bo annexed to and become a part of the City of Clovorport and subject to all the ordinances laws resolutions and bylaws now in force and which may hero after be enacted for the government of said city Sec 2 That this ordinance bo published in four issues of I the Breckinridgo News a weekly paper published in the City of Cloverpnrt Passed and approved this 6th day of August 1906 Attest C W PATTERSON J G HAKIMS Clerk Mayor I I I 1 1 r- jj i l f1r f iSfri j ti i 1 1 i1p I I fIJ I V i mI tS c t y 8RECKENR1DGE NEWS UNO D BABBAQE SONS Publlihlne Co Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 1S5 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged Or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the iate of 5 1118 per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper It it Is sot correct please notify us When ordering a change In the adores tubacrlbers should give their old as well ias the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY AUGUST 29 1900 For Congress HON HEN JOHNSON 0 Wood by old summer time offeCloverport with lid a daisy Ed Gregory says his beans need a ladder The Democrat looks handsome in its new quarters and prosperous under its new management May it continue so to be Herbert BeardtbOugbtbe was the only farmer He has changed his mind somewhat since seeing our truck patch The spelling bee will have to fly to new fields No room any more for that delightful old game in the little old school house down the lane We passed ugh a part of the Blue Grass Tennessee and Alabama last week and were again reminded that old Breckenridge averages up with any of them Who can say otterseeing the drnnkeness and disorder on Barbecue day that there Is more whiskey drank in this town under local option that under open saloons The most disgraceful scenes that have uccared here in years were witnessed on that day They were a disgrace to any civilized community Tom Moore called tie bogs into con ference Monday to hear what they hat to say regarding the dollar a day primary It was the sense of the meet- Ing that it was a plenty James St Clair said In his district the boys were loyal enough to do it for nothing It was also the sense of the meeting that at least 100 loyal democrats from Breckenridge should attend the Bryan reception in Louisville The com mlttte then adjourned WOULD MAKE A SPLENDID OFFICER Mr E A Guillen the editor of the Henry County Local and until relent ly President of the Kentucky Press Association Is a candidate for Super intendentiof Pnolic Instruction Mr Galleon bas all ot bill life been a school man He was one of the best teachers In tbo State he was one of the best County Superintendents He was a splendid President of the State Educational Association No man has taken a deeper interest in public school education nor do we know a better man in Kentucky to make a splendid State Superintendent Hack ot his especial fitness and qualifications for the office n an honest man and u true hive Democrat It Is rare the News roves this Kind of endorsement to any candidate because so few met deserve it as thoroughly as does Mr Galleon The voters will make nc mistake It they nominate E A Gnl ion for State Superintendent ot Pub lie Instruction Elizabethtown News u QuiulC changes from hot to cold and back again try strong constitutions and cause among otner evils nasal catarrh troublesome ana offensive disease Sneezing and snuulng cough ing and difficult breathing and the drip drip of the foul discharge into the throatall are ended by Elys Ore m Balm This honest and positive remedy contains no cocaine mercury nor other harmful ingredient The worst cases are cured in a short time All druggists Oc or mailed by Ely Brew 50 Warren Street New York Mr 11 LHoward conductor on the Cloverport Accommodation will probably rent the Mis Mattie Murray property now owned bv the Illinois Life Insurance Co He comteinplates occupying the lower Moor and sub renting the remainder of the dwelling CONTINUEThose treatmentScotts Emulsion treatmentInand a little coot milk with It will productsseason Send for free ample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415soacandiaoiI sndrugglswYork HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES State FairSeot 14 to 22 inclusive 1250 from Cloverport to Louisville and return Sept 14 and 10 Good to return Sept 24 Annual Meeting International As sociation Concatenated Order ot Hoo Hoo Sept 812 Oklahoma City I T On account of this occasion rate of 2080 for round trip from Cloverport will be made on Sept 0 7 and 8 Good to return Sept 14 Pikes Peak Centennial Celebration Colorado Sprinas Colo Sept 22f1000Cloverpott to Denver Colorado Springs nnd Pueblo and return 3140 Sale of tickets SepUO to 21 Inclu sive good to return Oct 15 Very low rates to North Micniga n points September good returning Sept 30 National Baptist Convention Los Angeles CaLSept 12 to 19G550 round- trip from Cloverport State Convention Christian church Loulsvillle Sept 2427For this oc casion rate of 250 for round trip from Cloverportiwll ne made on Sept 23 to 27 inclusive good returning Sept 29 Hows This Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure F S CHENEY k CO Toledo O- We the mdershmed have known 1 J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all his business tran sactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WATDINO KINNAN F MARvIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take halts Family Pills for constipation The White property in the West End has been sold to W T Halliday A OUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protruding PIlos Druggists are authorized to refund money 1 Pt0 if OINTMENT talli w cnrp ins tot Days 50- cBryan ii coming homo in a frock coat but he still wears pouts The End of The World ot troubles that robbed E H Wolfe ot Bear Grove la of all usefulness came when he began taking Electric Bitters He writes Two years ago Kidney trouble caused me great suffer lug which would never have surly ed had not taken Electric Bitt rs Tney also cured me of General Debil ity Sure cure tor all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints blood dis ease Headache Dizziness and Weak ness or bodily decline Price 50c Guar anteed by Severs Drug Co Tows Without none or Wheels The town of Funchal In the Ma deira islands is a town with no horses and no wheeled vehicles In traveling about one either drives in a sledge or is carried in a hammock The streets and adjacent roads are paved with small and curiously smooth cobble stones and from the first it was found that runners were better than wheels both for speed and comfort For in stance when you come to a bill the oxen draw your sled to the top and are then unhitched Your driver then proceeds to toboggan your conveyance gently down the other side while the team trots on behind Horses are not available In Funchal as the nature of the cobblestone roads would soon ruin their foot This Is why the ox with his flexible hoof is the draft animal of Funchal For expeditious Into the country the hammock is used This Is slung on n pole carried on the shoul dots of two men toed Is perhaps the must comfortable conveyance In the Worldno jar and no need to guide it HAS STOOD TMETES1 25 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You know what you lire taking It is iron and quinine in a tasteless form No cure no pay 50c Plot Against Palma Havana Aug 20Halt a dozen highly prominent leaders of the Lib eral party hsvo been taken Into custody on charge of conspiracy against the government and plotting to assas sinate President Palma More Sliver Purchased Washington Aug 23The director of the mint purchased 100000 ounces of sliver at 67 cents an owner t b delivered at New Orleans for subsid lary coinage The price paid last week was 6662 cents oUSL is IX oRJADin theThe Kind You Han Always Bought Signature of WANTS TO KNOW Why the Fort at Brownsville Tex IIs to Bo Abandoned Dallas Tox Aug 23Senator C A Culborson of Texas sent the fol lowing telegram to the war department In the papers here it Is stated that Fort Brown will be abandoned and I will thank you to wire mo If this course has been determined It is the duty of the United States to protect tho frontier and as Toxas borders on Mexico it has always been loomed advisable to police tho frontier with regular troops Including a station at Fort Brown While conditions on tho border have Improved very much within recent years this course is Btlll advisable and it would bo regrettable that this fort should be abandoned because the people of a border city llko Brownsville object to negro troops under circumstances of raid and murder such u reaenUy oN ourrtd there CLOVERPORTSATURDAY SUN BROTHERS Worlds Progressive Railroad Shows Museum Menagerie and Trained Animal Exhibition WILL POSITIVELY APPEAR HERE IN ALL ITS GIGANTIC ENTIRETY 15th Annual Tour Under one Management Honestly Conducted Honestly Presented Truthfully Advertised Greatest Hlcliest und Best show on Earth Some of the Great Features to be Seen With Sun Bros Worlds Progressive Shows OrrIn Hollls Champion of Champions Principal Bareback Somersault and Trick RIder The Aerial Marvels Seven Smllloitus In Death Dofying Performances In Midair Miss Nettle Hollis and her Prize HlnR Horse Don Hocuititul and Accomplished Princi pal Hider Walter Ashburns most wonderful Troupe of Elephants beyond nil doubt the wisest Brutes that walk the earth Herr Klutz the King of all wild animal trainers exhibiting Lions Throw Leopards Pumas Hyenas In picturesque groups and difllcult tricks Marvelous Ardello Family European Acrobats Six In number Introducing all the Latest Oaring Sensational und Novelty Tricks And a Host of Happy MirthProvoking Jesters Pantomimists and KnockAbout Clowns And other acts and novelties too numerous to mention This Is surely the best greatest and grandest all feature show that will visit your city this season SUN BROTHERS GREATEST SHOW OF THE WORLD The Grand Picturesque Street Parade takes place at 12 oclock noon Two Performances Afternoon and Evening 2 and 8 p m Doors Open One Hour Earlier 11I Louisville= II- II Evansville EXCURSION I SUNDAY I SEPTEMBER 16 1 I ISpecial51Cloverport 1010 a mI III III 1501II Owensboro 110 I 1II taIIlMiWiJJfM A E i Vitality I istheMeasure t MeasureolLile I iWhcthcr in a man or a racehorse vitality is fithOmeasure of life Tho friend who id cold Ii andapathetic is not a joy tho salesman who li is not enthusiastic is not a real salesman tho I publication which has not abounding life vitality does not sell goods IjThe BHECKENRIDGE NEWS has health strength and youth30 years young It has faith in lifeIln enthusiasm for it which is lIBcontagious If your advertisement is surrounded I by tho good cheer the sound senscjthe healthy spirit of bur publication it has a tmmightygood chance to succeed II I Jno D Babbage Sons Pub Co I itCloverport Ky ImlJ CloverportLouisville Louisvillexcursion I Sunday Sept 2 06 I25rROUND TRIP- Henderson Route 125 Cloverport to Louisville and return on trains 146 and 142 September 2 good re turning same day For Information Ask the Agent TARFORk Mrs Will Mason of Plsgab spent last Monday with her father Rev C L Goff and Monday night with her sister Mrs T B Chancellor Miss Maggie Keenan and Mrs Jas Keenan returned home last week from Owensboro after a visit of a week to Mrs Keenans brother Will Frank Mrs Elizabeth Hawkins and son Forest of Ohio dbnnty spent a few days last week with her daughter Mrs U L Loft L U Tanl wits and daughter of McQuady were the guests of Mr and Mrs T H Bates last Friday Miss Mary Weatherholt and Miss Bland of Jolly Station took dinner last Tuesday with L C Keenan and wife Allie Meador and Miss Annie Bow man of Hardisbarg were the guests last Sunday of Miss Benlah Rice Several from this community attend ed tho Masonic Picnic at Clooverport Thursday Among thorn were Misses Burdett and Mary Jackson T H and Norvin Chancellor Mr and Mrs Jai Krenan Jr and L C Keenan Misses Anbry and Logic Rice retur ned to their home In Owensboro Saturday accompanied by their cousin Mies Benlah Rice They were the guests of Mrs Will Pate in Cloverport JChurs day and Friday Miss Beulah will after a visit in Owensboro return to Fordsvillfl and spend a few days with nor brother Sam and family eckenridge News JSDAY AUGUST 20rl906 PullIswill lays of misery and enable him to cut whatever he wishes They prevent K HEADACHE cause the food to assimilate and nour ish the body give keen appetite VELOP FLESH and solid muscle Elegantly sugar coatede Substitutes im y wrence Mnrrny is sick C Tousev was at the Springs Sun It y City council will meet next Monda htE sixteen cents per dozen at Julian ownsWilliam White was iin Evansville inday Mrs Martin Btuns was at the Springs laday Mrs Robert Pclk went to Cincin tI today TbSv Misses Plank have retarne ooliee Springs Best patent flour 58 cents a sack at lieu Browns Gus Brown has returned to Hardins irg from Tar Springs Second patent flour at 48 cents a sack tJulian Browns Chas Berry has been at home from iouisvllle for several days Miss Hattie Sterett of Sklllman iis lie guest of Mrs J A Ross Mrs R B Pierce and son Robert ere In Louisville last week Will Bowmer was at home from Louis Ille several days of last week Miss Lillie Linton of Henderson fis lie guest of Mrs Eugene Tatnm Mr and Mrs Carl Ushen and bits kanuie Lishen are at the Springs Miss Jeanie Mabel Harris will letwi or Oxford College Oxford Ohio n two weeks Mrs George Pierson of LoulsvJHe LS the guest or her brother Mr J M itch t raweek Mt and Mrs W H Bowmer lft or Benton Hurbor Mich Hunday or a fortnights stay Morrison Calhoon dentists ofllc- ownstairs 205 Fourth street botl hones Owensboro Ky MlfsAnnie Halts private ecnoo ggei P Monday morning Sept 3 at ber borne in the East End Mr and Mrs H C Haddock of Webster were guests of Mr and Mrs J M Fitch Thursday Jno D Babbage Jr will leave Sep tember 16 for the University of the South at SewaneCjTenn Dr Lightfoot of Hawesville has beer the guest of his brother Dr F L Lightfoot for several days Eighteen pounds granulated sugar foi 1 at Julian Browns Sugar 5s on the advance Catch this bargain The Misses Fairleigh have returned to Louisville after a visit to Misses LouIse and Mildred Babbage Miss Addle G Ditto of Louisville will leave in a few days for an extended visit to New York and the East Waller Young returned to Morgan field Monday morning after a visit tc Mr and Mrs C B Skillman LostDiamond ring and cresent pin set in purls Finder will receive reward at Breckemidge News Office Mr and Mrs Arthur Freland and son A B were the guests of Mr and Mrs Alvin Simons last week Mr and Mrs D M Duncan and children returned to Brandenburg Sun flay after a visit to Mr and Mrs H V wncan S 3 i Dlorris MoCracken and Wallace Oner acker of Louisville were at the bar beone the guests ot Misses Jane and Ella Smith Misses Mayme DeHaven and Miss Bonner returned from Hawesville Mon day where they have been visiting the Misses Goering Wallace Weatherholt is at home at Tobinsport Ind from DePauw Uui versify at Greencastle Ind for a three weeks vacation 7Rev J T Lewis is in Hardinsburg this week attending Breckenridge As +sociation He will deliver the intro luctory sermon r The colored Baptist church folks held an association here last week There were on Sunday about three hundred visiting delegates The Misses Barrett returned to Addi son Friday after a visit to Miss Lula Severn They returned to their home hi Oweusboro from Addison Tuesday Mr and Mrs U A Pierson of CURE e CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couth Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by druggists CONSUMPTION I Louisville and Mr and Mrs J M Fitch and son were in Owensboro Sunday visiting Mrs Lulu Thompson Attend Hardin County Fair Sept 4 5 and 65 Elizabetatown Attend Haidin County Fair Eliza nethtown Hept 4 0 and I Miss Mary Hambleton of Sorgho came to Hawesvtlle Saturday to visit relativesReduced railroad rates account Har din County Fair Sept 4 0 and 0 EHzabothtown Great display of cattle sheep and I swine Hardin County Fair Sept 4 G and 0 Elizabethtown Finest horses and mules will be on exhibit at Hardin county Fair Sept 4 G and 0 Elizabethtown Bigger batter grander than ever before will be the Hardin County Fair Sept 4 5 and 0 Elizabetbtown Lost Gold neck lace with heart hear- Ing initials C M S Return to J D Seaton Cloverport receive re ward Gorgeous and beautiful display of traits flowers and vegetables Hardin County Fair Sept 4 5 and 0 Eliza bethtownFor list and other informa tion about grand Hardin County Fair Sept 4 5 and G at Elizabetbtown write to R H Esk ridge secretary Elizabethtown Ky Miss Margaret Moorman returned from a short trip to Owensboro Satur day September 1 Miss Moorman will enter the local postoffice as assistant postmistress to Postmaster J H Row landMiss Reba Levis and her visitors Misses Nellie Smith and Isabelle Hen dricks went to Hardinsburg yesterday to be the guests of Miss Hendricks They will join a party of friends and go th the Springs Thursday Mrs Ella Keenan and her son Mug ard and her neicu Miss Maggie Keenan returned Saturday morning from a visit to relatives in Oxensboro and where they attended the chaatnu quaMisses Mary and Lewis Forst Annie F Gibbon Bessie Corwin and Messrs Will Chester and Jack Fcrnl of Louis ville were the guests of Miss Josie Ber ry Sunday They spent the day at the Springs accompanied by Misses Esther Jackson Ruby Jones Lucile May and Josephine Berry and Messts Charles Berry and Marvin Dento- nSAMPLE Miss Eula Kobberts Isslowly ecover ing of typhoid fever Quite a crowd from here attended the Cloverport picnic All reported enjoyble time Miss Eva Broomfield taxes up her school here the first Monday in Sep temberMessrs Russel and Shafter Dowell are visitig their uncle at Beach Hill Mrs James Armstrong and daugh ter Myrtle are guests of friends and relatives at titepbensport L D Dowtll an family spent the day with Mrs Will Jolly SundHYI Miss Lillian Dowell who has been visiting her aunt in Evansville will return home Sunday accompanied by her cousin Hiss Ruth Ahl A CATARRHC I Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Give Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseased mem brnne It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the FEVERstoresTaste and Smell Full size CO cts at Drug gists or by moil 5 Trial Size 10 cia by moil Ely Brothers CO Warren Street New York Sam McCoy has Fold his house and lot here to Ell Brown He will move in a couple of months OAIS Tr RIABran theTheKind You Hate Always Boudl ilgaturt A1r tDUKES Miss Pearl Bashatn has returned home after an extensive visit with her sister Mrs Bertha Harris at Maceo Mrs Jennie Russell and family who have been visiting her sister Mrs Jerry Bashant returned to their home at Hawesville Sunday John Cohil of Lincoln City Ind was the guest of L Newbery and family Saturday and Sunday Rev Breer of Harned filled his reg ulnr appointment here Saturday night and Sunday Misses Ethel and Verlie Shag of Cloverport visited Miss Edna Reardon Saturday and Sunday The A S of E lodge met at the schoolhouse Friday night Messrs Oscar and Frederick Powers of Goering attended church here Sun day When a woman suffers from de pressing weaknesses she then keenly realizes how helplesshow thoroughly worthless she is Dr Shoop has brought relief to thousands ot such women He reaches diseases peculiar to women in two directspeoifio ways a local treatment known bj drug gists everywhere as Dr hoops Night Cure and a constitutional or internal prescription called Dr Shoops Restorative Dr Shoops Night Cure is applied locally and at night It works while 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 These two remedies singly or used together have an irresistible positive helpful power Try them a mouth and see Sold by Sbvers Drug Co Ella D Gregory Jno D Gregory and others sold one douse and lot on Third street adjoining Chas Fnrrow property to Frank Hlnsey fcr 250 cash COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street I Owensboro Ky I Open day and night Rates 1100 per day f4 11 wow W M NVI WdIlWl School Books School Supplies I H J 4 Complete new line of standard school books for Kentucky have arrived Your order can be filledhere from the primer up Get your school supplies here too Jno D Babbage Sons Publishing Co m DR TAYLOR Representing f TAYLOR KEENE DENTISTS m V OF OWENSBORO jj- Y J Will be in Cloverport on ihe f f 12th 13th and V ootstofiicecl month Dr Llght H ill Will be In Hardinsburg on the M ft 19th 20th and 21st of each jp h month Dr Kincheloes office A r r I Ii Creme Delightfulii That Distinctly Dif ferent Cold Cream I Manufactured Only By ll I SEVERS DRUG CO I ts + + fu Warpst 1 3r na r3 3 3 3 hAdvertisements Inserted under this bead at me cent a word per week FUR SALE One spun of mules will be 3 years old next spring J II Ilurdln Molt Ky- STOLESIiq W S Ashby un umbrella It by culling at the Sew otlfce FOR SALKThree splendid mUck cows extra butter cow and two good work horses clioup for rash J E Keith FOR SALEFarms Adklsson Ilros JS Cloverport Ky- ANTEDGentleman or lady with Rood reference to travel by rail or with tig for n firm of 25000000 capital Salary fl 07300 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses advanced Address with stump Jos A Alexander Cloverport Ky SALEA tuition certificate In the Howling Green Huslness College Hreck inrldge News FOIL SALE 100 acres of land laylnJ on the railroad near IKirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn lit acres In mcddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat 1rlco 11500 cash For further particulars write the Oreckecrldge News Cloverport Ky- WANTEDTo trade frulttrees for lumber on Jno D liubbuge Clo verport Ky- FOR SALE15000 feet beach bnildng lum 2x4 and Inch stuff at latns Landing opposIte bolt M ATate Holt Ky FOR SALE TWO young mules S 4 and 3K to work James She yersild pore Ky FOR SALE Ono Globe Incubator and Are in good condition only tavlng been used only one season Apply to ireckenrldgu News FUR SALEO shares Hreckenrldge Bunk Address Jim D liubhuge Clover port Ky IIXANTEDUy Chicago wholesale and mall order house assistant manager tmun or woman for this county and adjoining torn ory Salary two and expenses paid weekly ixpenso money advanced Work pleasant posItion permanent No Investment or ulerlence required Spare time valuable Vrlte ut once for full particulars and enclose lelfaddressed envelope Address UENER MANAGER 134 E Luke St Chicago Iron SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines and one lot of good Laundry machines Use now and secondhand Oas and Gasolin- e3nglnesMARTIN GAULE 510 3rd Street KyLabor Wanted 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 Miss Lillie Waller of Morganfield who is the guest of Mrs C B Skillmall wl11 return to Morganfield Friday MEET ME AT NOLTES j Monday Sept 3rd School Begins Stationery and School Supplies d will be found here in abundanceMfi I Books Slates Tablets Ink Pens Pen I cils Pencil Boxes Lunch Baskets I Crayons Book Straps Satchels Pencil 1mi Sharpners Rules Erasers I Biggest and best line of tablets weIJQQever had xn LET US FIX YOUR CHILDREN I FOR SCHOOL J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky cs IF ITS- ENGRAVED CARDS You Want Then You Want Us THE WORK IS DONE IN BUFFALO Jno D Babbage Sons Pub Co Cloverport Ky Facer i a- Cadick Milling Coe I No Waiting Here Just tell us how much Lumber you need Wo have all kinds of Framing material1 C hII Poplar and Walnut is ready for you Thats the thing you were unable to get so quick before Let us have your or der today Your House Barn or Stable may need repairs =REMEMBER US Seaton Weatherholt- Cloverport Ky Laxative Quinine MBHoa sold In past 12 months Tis If You Wish the right flour buy CADICKSGOLD FLOUR 1f you would have your bread biscuits rolls cakes and pies of superior quality you can make them so by this superior brand of flour The special of milling by which Cadicks Gold Dust Flour is made eliminates all portions of the wheat leaving only healthful nourish ing qualities Try i- tMAKERS Grandview Ind rc A DOLLAR IN BANK is worth more to you than a dollar in your pocket because You know it is safer You are not so liable to spend it needlesslyYou make it earn for you tI per cent interest if you deposit it here for a given time Are not these excellent reasons why you should begin a deposit account with us1 Our efficient and obliging banking force is at your disposal BANK CLOVERPORTL t To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Bromo Tablets LSeven toxes Signature using process indigestible strengthening OF Cures rip Is Two Days J on every box 25c j r w C CUBA TO QUELL REBS So Reports United States Consul to the State Department INTERFERENCE NOT NEEDED Provision of Platt Amendment to Cuban Constitution Which Would Au thorlze United States to Step In t Restore Peace In Case President Palma Proves Impotent Washington Aug HCuba Is en listing volunteers and still assorts her ability to crush the revolutionary movement according to a dispatch from Mr Sleopor tho United States charge at Havana to the state department Mr Sleeper says the out break has spread to Santa Clara and Matanzas provinces Carlos MondleU With 200 men is leading the Insurrec tion in Santa Clara province whll the movement In Matanzas proving la reported 1 Tbo of little Importance and the leader is unknown The state department regards tho dispatch as an Indication that Cuba Is fully able to look after its own Interests and there Is no suggestion of interference In Cuban affairs by tho United States The Platt amendment which do Dnod the conditions on which the United States should withdraw from Cuba and turn the island over to the control of the Cuban people provided that a part of the new republics con stitution should contain certain provisions concerning the future rela tions of the United States and Cuba Tho third of these provisions was as follows That the government of Cuba consents that the United States may exercise the right to intervene for the preservation of Cuban indo pondence the maintenance of a gOY ernment adequate for the protection of life property and Individual lib arty and for discharging the obligations which respect to Cuba Imposed by the treaty of Paris on the United States now to be assumed and under taken by the government of Cuba CUBANS INDIFFERENT Some of Them Evidently Would Prefer Change of Presidents Havana Aug 24To the trained eye Indifference to the fate of tho prevent government Is plainly visible among the Cubans One drawback to the general situ ation is tho fact that while many prominent men are protesting their loyalty to the government there is as Undeniable lukewarmness and waiting attitude among the masses They have the impression that perhaps a Change In the presidential chair alight bring more liberty and elfgovernment to Cuba reI In this city tho general attitude 1Is loyal The opposition and independ ant newspapers discuss with analyt governmentInsurrection within two months other torceful means must be employed for the restoration of peace There are no ringing calls to arms The mod crate newspapers print with approval the resolutions declaring adhesion to the government by their party organizations but there has been nothing which could be fairly described as a general rising of the people in da tense of the government General Jose Miguel Gomez the Liberal candidate for president last year who wa splaced under arrest will be brought from Dntabano to this city The adoption of a circuitous route was due to apprehension that on attempt might be made to rescue him by his personal and political friends ExCongressman Mondlota Crostes Ferrera who was General Gomezs campaign manager and who Just arrived hero from New York was not arrested although a warrant was out for his apprehension The killing of the insurrectionary loader General Quentin Bamlora in engagement between rural guards and a band of his followers is regarded us dealing the insurrection a heavy blow Tho government is acting with energy in sending rural guards and volunteers against tho Santa Clara rebels and in dispatching 150 more men to defend Plnar Del Rio against Pine Guerra The capture of San Juan De Martinez by Guerras band was not a great surprise though It was not expected to occur so soon The place was protected by a very small detachment of rural guards while Guerras strength was much greater The taking of Plnnr Del Rio will be quite another matter since there are in that vicinity twice as many troops as the insurgent Pine Guerra can muster It is regarded as more than probable that the troops will take the offensive and if possi ble draw Guerra Into an open fight While government reinforcements are going forward Guqrras following IIP not believed to have beon greatly augmented by his occupancy of the two Vuelta Abajo towns Hok Smiths Victory Atlanta Ga Aug 21 Practically complete returns from all counties in the state show that Hoke Smith car nod 118 counties for governor R U Russell 11 Clark Howell 9 J H Estill 4 and James M Smith 3 This will give each in the state convention which meets at Macon Sept 4 tho fol lowing vote Insuring the nomination of Hoke Smith on the first ballot by an overwhelming vote Hoke Smith 204 Russell 26 Howell 18 Estill 13 J M Smith 6 uoetliea Init Moment The story of till deshbed of Goethe reveals n striking picture of fortitude artistic vim and Intellectual activity under the chilling dews of death The Information s gathered from n letter written ou March 23 1832 the day aft er Goethes death by Fraulcln Louise Seidler mi art student and close friend of the tracts family Ou the evening before his dissolution with an Icy CDklness taking possession of hIm and the death rattle beginning tit be audible Goethe with his charming daughterinlaw by his side would talk of nothing but his pet theory of color of the treaty of Basle of his desire that the children should go to the thea ter of his plans for the near future hightIof history and covered his Inability to rend It with n Joke Even at f oclock the next morning Just three and a half hours before he died ho sent for a portfolio to talk optics and was setting hlmsolf to classify some papers when time last agony seized him lie then lily motljuless notwithstand lug Its violence till respiration consca and the heart stood still London Globe fI 1 ifI 2 4 IIou to Handle Your Home Decision should never In handling horses bo confounded with unwise de termination to have things your way In this application it menus the faculty of doing the right thing at tho right In stant and may be cultivated by frequent practice with all sorts of horses and of course no hands wore ever de veloped l y handling any one animal or any ono kind of a horse It Is decision that Rives tho hand the moment tho horse yields that uses the roughest methods at a pinch for hands are by no means always delicate of touch that frustrates tho most determined attempts of kicker rearer or bolter that picks the best road that makes the animal carry himself to the best advantage for the purpose of the moment Decision Is very close to Intuition in effect Decision dominates the situ ation at Wally critical moments and the horse Is quick to discern and to pre same upon Us absence There Is no such thing as a safe partnership with a horse You must be the mister or he will be to your certain future discom tlturoI M Ware In Outing Magazine HlK benefits nt London Theaters Bottorton In 1700 when his salary was 1 a week had a benefit and re ceived tiQ us his share of the receipts and 4VJ In the shape of donations The biggest benetit performances of modern times have taken place at Drury Lane That for lion Webster held In March 1874 realized 2000 the profit on the Buckstone celebra tion In June 1870 was 1200 for the Nellie Farren benefit performance Ila March 1S9S there was obtained 7200 though half of this amount was secured from private donations which flowed In when It was known that the Messrs Rothschild had volunteered to Invest what sum was realized give the popular comedienne an annuity and on her death grant the theatrical charities half of the capital London Chronicle To Ininre Privacy of Mall All private and confidential correspondence according to a postof ice In spector should either be sealed with wax or else addressed and stamped on the back Instead of the front Sealing with wax is an excellent insurance of privacy but It Is a dltlicult and awk ward operation and wax and a match candle and seal are not always at hand The other method Is much the better After fastening down the flap of tho envelope firmly aftlx the stamp across time Maps Junction and write the address across it as well Then It Is absolutely Impossible to steam open tho letter and close It again In such away as to escape detection The Creole A pure creole Is a person born In Louisiana of French or Spanish par ents It is a mistaken idea to suppose that n creole has negro blood in hIs voles A creole negro Is one whoso forefathers were owned by tho early French and Spanish settlers and who spoke a corruption of those languages known as gumbo Their descend ants are time creole negroes and should never be conflicted with Creoles in the true sense of the term New Orleans TimesDemocrat Why Indeed T- At an examination of Sunday school children the following was one of the questions put upon the blackboard Why did your godfathers and god mothers promise these things for your The answer of a bright girl written neatly on time slate was Why Indeed She got marks Christian Life Not to Blame Father sternlyNow Sophia some thing must be done to reduce your ex penses You are actually spending more than your allowance DaughterIt isnt my fault father Ive done my best to get you to in Tease ItBrooklyn Life- Itouhtful Lady In dry goods storeAnd is this color also genuine Salesman As genuine as the roses on your cheeks miss Lady Ilml Show me another ono Kleines Witzblatt Jut llmlnei Father That kid ought to have a spanking lIes altogether too precocious knows more than I dol 1 ail- ierBut dear I wouldnt call that pre odous Detroit Free Press Only time illiterate and the social elect can afford to treat the language reck lesslyBrainerdy II IThe Siren of LK Prenia Lu Prensa Is the greatest and most I Influential paper in South America Its offices are In Buenos Ayres Argentina situated In a magnificent building Ila- the Avenlda This building is said to be one of the most Imposing In the world It has a tower crowned by a great golden statue of a young woman representing the Spirit of the Press The proudest possession of La Prcnst Is a 5000 horsepower steam operated siren Whenever there Is an appallln disaster the death of a crowned head or other event of worldwide interest whoop goes La Prunsas siren and is heard for a while throughout tho city The local government exacts a fine for this performance 100 per minute with a minimum of 200 and If the fine Is not paid on the nail the charge Is double so when one man Is sent to operate the screecher another is sent running with a two hundred dollar bill to te courts The next operation is to drape the above referred to young womans torch with red velvet In case of a catastrophic with crape In the event of a death All this causes tho most extraordinary sensation 4rTL rrA dent Cvlehrlty The local pride of the natives of Cape Elizabeth Me Is so Intense that It takes the attitude of pity for all who have the misfortune to dwell else where This says a writer In the Lew Iston Journal Is known to regular summer visitors and by most of them Is respected One rainy day a newcomer who had Joined the gathering In the store composed of fishermen and summer visitors ventured to enumer ate some of the distinguished men who had come from Maine Theres Longfellow he said and Hannibal Ilamlin and JoUle G Elaine William Pitt Fessendeu Thomas B Reed and Here ah old fisherman looked up from his work of splicing grass blades and broke In Smart Those fellows smart ho questioned You Just come down an see Josh Plllsbiiry skin fish Shoot lug Prom nn Rlcphniit The elephants howdah Is tint bed Df Irocrustes In which ono can neither lit nor stand with any approach to reasonable ease and in which arc sumbent attitude is Impossible says niackwoods Magazine Its advantages are first that standing iiI It a nun eau shoot on every silo of him second that It Is convenient for the carriage of the occupants paraphernalia his fmi on racks on ether side his am munition In a tnriKli In front his Dtlur requisites In leather pockets here and there on time sides of tho machine and his bed blanket ou the seat and third that In a hinder compartment in attendant can stand to hold that monstrous umbrella over his head or when quick loading Is required take from his hand the gnu Just fired and recharge it These are the advantages Otherwise the howdah is an abomina Lion Mot Fnniotm Snyinff What Is the most famous saying ever made by man an editor asked Some thought that Caesar some thought that Socrates some that Lin coin some that Nelson had said the most memorable thing but finally the palm was awarded to Euclid the mathematician Euclid went to Alexandria to teach Ptolemy Soter the king of Egypt mathematics Ptolemy plodded at his problems a week or two and then asked Euclid Impatiently if there was not some special shorter way by which he could bo taught Sire Euclid answered there Is no royal road to learning I IAM and I M Here Is an excellent catch Ingenu ously ask any friend or acquaintance the meaning of a m and p m You will receive some such answer as Why morninganil afternoon or Be fore dinner timid after dinner or Up to 12 oclock high noon and after 12 high noon or From midnight to noon and from noon to midnight or Ante meridian and post meridian before and after noon It Is a conservative wager that every one to whom the question Is put will stake his happiness on the word meridian while the correct word Is meridiem Ante meridiem and post meridiem are abbreviated to a m and p m Paying Him flack Will you please pull the bell said an elderly woman In a car to a young college looking fellow hanging to a strap In front of her No madam but I shall bo glad to pull the cord which rings the bell he answered Oh never mind she said The cord Is connected with two bellsfront and backand you might stop the wrong end of tho car Her Valuable Tip Heres a letter from a woman snld the answers to correspondents editor who wants to know how to make a lemon tart Thats Just like a woman rejoined the snake editor Tell her If the lemon Isnt tart to begin with shed better con sign it to the dump and let it go at that Chicago News At the Wrong Counter The Indy who wont to time book department of n big modern store and inquired for Crabbes Tales was told that fish and provisions were on the ground floor Boston Herald A Deadly Weapon The gentle wave ofa laco edged handkerchief has carried more poor fellows to their doom than the mighty breakers of the sea Exchange Reprove thy friend privately com Lend him publicly Solon Stammer to Your clf To the ninny correspondents we have written Inquiries and suggestions as to a euro for stammering we may state that this Is not a medical bu reau This writer gave his own meth od of curing his own particular uerv ous disorder which Is probably shared by many of his fellow men Let It be repeated In answer to many who seem to have seen the problem and missed time solution Consume your own smoke If you must stammer try to stammer to yourself When you have tuttutted and gurgurrcd suml cloudy to yourself you will be ready with the word It Is quite astonishing how soon time Inaudible stammer be comes unnecessary and time word Is whipped out But there are some men who hug u stammer stammering always In the right place lifting curl oslty to tiptoe In the listener Charles Lamb stammered but always In the right place as when he went to buy cheese the story may be quite untrue Tho shopman offered to send It home Lamb Inspected It Then ha asked for a bit of string I think ho said I could i1IlleadI I It homeLondon Spectator V = Not n Clothe Peg Pegglo Newton had been a faithful household drudge for years and had not grumbled much when her wages were occasionally passed over But as time went on and her salary fell more and moro Into arrear she ventured to ask for something on account Why havent I paid you your wages lately Peg How careless of me her mistress said Im sorry I have no money in the house Just now but heros a smart cloak that Ive ceased to wear and which Is ouly a wee bit out of fashion Youll take It In lieu of wages wont you No maam Im sure I shant said Peg wrathfully eying the faded old cloak A peg I may be by name but I wont be the sort of peg that people hang castoff clothes onnot It I know ItIondon Answers Old Whlut Term The following passage Is from the Adventurer No 35 March 0 1753 On Sunday last a terrible fire broke out at Lady Brass occasioned by tho following accident Mrs Overall the housekeeper having lost three rubbers at whist running without holding a swabber notwithstanding she had changed chairs furzed the cards and or dered Jemmy the footboy to sit cross logged for good luck grew out of all patience and taking up the devils books as she called them flung them Into time fire anti the flames spread to tho stewards room Swabbers are the ace of hearts the knave of clubs and the ace and the deuce of trumps at whist To furz or fuzz Is to shtilllo the cards very care fully or to change the pack London Notes and Queries Why Rain Cloud Are Black Time color of a cloud depends on the manner In which the sunlight falls upon It and the position of the observer It will be noticed that high clouds are always white or light lu color and this Is because time light by which they are seen is reflected from time under surface by the numberless drops of moisture which go to form the cloud Heavy rain clouds on the other hand are found much nearer the earth and so the light falls on them more directly from above giving a silver lining to tho cloud though the undersurface ap pears black owing to the complete re flection and absorption of tho light by the upper layers Seen from above by an observer in d balloon tho blackest rain clouds appear of the most dazzling ly brilliant white Tennl and Lawn Tennli There are thousands who Imagine that tennis and lawn tennis are identi cal In America tennis the mother game is always known as court tennis whereas lawn tennis is generally known as tennis Tho games are In tinny respects very dif ferent The court which in lawn tennis Is open In tennis Is closed at the back and sides by tho walls and almost Invariably above by a roof There Is a considerable amount of play off the back and side walls The balls are harder than lawn tennis balls be ing In fact of tho consistency of cricket balls Hence the rackets art heavier and the gut Is diicker Frys Magazine Song and Sentiment It is a singular fact that in propor tion to the wealth of melody of a na tion so does its emotional side develop Remarkable instances of this are to be found in tIle United Kingdom In Scotland Ireland and Wales countries rich in national songs the emotional nature Is strong In 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O t operatook Iron foundries at Detroit shut down temporarily account of hot weather w Postmaster General Cortolyou visit SngamorotillWilliam Creasler 16 killed by light Ming while plowing in field at his feome near North Dloomflcld O 1 James Snapp of Indianapolis fireman on C H D freight train fa tally scalded by explosion of lues in boiler Slight earthquMe shocks continue iflnj Chile jj Albert Q Lane widely known edu locator died at Chicago EJ C Morse brotherinlaw of tho late f pator Hanna died at Cleve fiilfOjsank Sardinia and Dominic Garcia and their families engaged in battle at Buffalo N Y Sardinia and Garcia fcotb fatally hurt v Charles Vas 20 while swimming In slack river at Loraln 0 was drown ed in a deep hole that has caused tho death of four others this summer Aaron Elmer Ashbrook 45 horse show promoter and editor of Bit and Spur a Chicago publication died sud denly of heart disease at his home in Kansas City Mo Otto Radeck tailor at St Louis In presence of wife and children took acid and stood before mirror watching effect until ho dropped dead Ha de nied to his wife he took poison o Lightning struck and destroyed by fire three tanks of oil on the Pentz lease on the Ford farm near Steuben vlllo O Several derricks and tanks of oil were burned In the Turkey Foot W Va field Elmer Cams 15 of near Bryan 0 bitten by rattlesnake Cannot recover At Jarretts Va Frank Johnston shot and killed J P Matthews and was seriously wounded After escaping unhurt from a run away accident Miss Mary Pollock of Now Concord 0 died of fright At Put in Bay 2000 persons engaged ij In race riot which started by two jT negroes snatched articles from souvenir stand At Vulcan colliery of Mill Crook 1 Cja1 company near Mahonlng City StPa two men were killed and five k badly wounded by explosion of gas si At the Eliza furnace of tho Jones JJ Laughlin Steel company Soho f 14 men were overcome by gas They were removed to tho hospital whore I three died Fire did 50000 damage to Harglns wholesalo grocery at Madison Ind In the waters about Now York 12 i deaths in one day wore caused by drowningEdward Kollerb 45 who lost 250 by Stensland bank failure at Chicagot hanged himself Joseph Robinson wealthy farmer tear Vlncennes id shot himself on f account of ill health John P Curry of Springfield 0 Conductor on Interurban car struck liJ by passim car and killed r At Grand Haven Mich two daugh ters of Carl F Karlson aged 11 and 14 were drowned In view of their par ents while bathing in the Grand rivertI J V Hlnskman CO former sheriff of Miller county Ark shot and killed by H Brock in Brocks store at Lane La Brock claims Hlnckman insulted i him and his wife P M Griffith of Ohio appointed con t lul at Nogales Mex k Michael F Dwyer the noted horseman died in Now York Emigration from Russia during past par exceeded 250000 persons s General Jiminez former president of Santo Domingo arrived in New- tt York For the Stomach Heart and Kidneys Dr Shoops Restorative is a Cause Curenot a Symptom Cure It is a common mistake to take artificial dices l stimulantsii diseased kidneys Thcsoorcans do not act separ conJ Is the sickness the fault of the organ It Is the f fault of the nerves which control the onran and only through these A nerves can stomachtt kidney I or heart dlsAtAorden be cured Dr i Shoop of Racine Wisconsin learned early in his medical experience thatthese Inside nerves were the power nerves that k through them only was It poss slbletocureln dlseittonhearty ftburo belch IDS Insomnia baokaohe heart weak nesses and BrlBhts dls case and all otheratTecttonr of tho kid nays Fur all of these ailments are not separate sicknesses and arenot to bo treated as such They are snerely symptoms of inside nerve weakness and when the vncrves are restored disappeartIRese ailing nerves Is known as Dr Snoops iterative Itrellevesthe pain and distress of- sopetomaciandhearta troubles quicker even p those medicines designed simply to Rive Itiorary relief Dr Shoops Restorative Tab i or Liquid can now tie had of drurilsu where recommended by k SEVERS DRUG CO EVERY PROMISE TO BE fULFILLED Kentucky State Fair at Louis ville September 1722 EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS FOR THE FAIR Kentuckys Citizens Are Proud of tier Achievements Purses of 600 For the Dally Trotting Races Live Stock Exhibits to Eclipse All Previous FairsFloral Hall a Thing of Beauty The work of classifying and arrang ing exhibits for the Kentucky State Fair which will be held in Louisville during tho week of September 1722 is now well under way and every in dication points to the success of the Fair which will bring an added glory to the state and present Kentuckys products to tho world in a most attractive form The Fair will be held at Churchill Downs the property of tho Louisville Jockey Club over whose classic course tho most famous thorough breds that this country has ever known have raced Many improve ments are being wrought at this beau tiful spot and when the gates are thrown open on the first day of tho Fair a bewildering scene of beauty will be presented to the eye An im mense glass building to bo known as Horticultural Hall will be filled with the pholcest selections from the flor- Ists hot houses Kentuckys prod ucts of tobacco wheat and corn will bo displayed in their best form Thero will be hundreds of interesting and instructive exhibits for the farmers who have como to see and learn and exchange ideas with their neighbors In the womens department there will be splendid specimens of needlework and tho housewife will find choice lots of Jams and preserves which should delight the eye as well as the palate In front of tho grandstand the kings and queens of tho horse world will be on parade There will bo the fashionable fivo gaited saddlers while tho walk trot and canter horses with their docked tails will bo In contrast to the more showy American saddlers with their long beautiful waving tails In the cattle sheds will bo splendid specimens of Horefords Polled Durhams and other beef cattle while In others there will bo the sleek and mildeyed Jerseys and other classes of dairy cattle In another section of the ground will be quar tered the hogs and a splendid repre sentation of every breed will be in tho pens reserved for their use In still another part will bo tho snowfleeced sheep the Southdowns tho Merinos Shropshlres and other standard breeds Farm Implements Tho agriculturist will be greatly Interested in the big exhibits of farm Ing Implements and machinery Tho latest inventions in machines will bo there to be closely examined and their working explained by experts The space for general exhibits is gen erously provided for on the grounds and the managers have seen to It that the Fair will be a credit to the state and worthy of Kentucky granted as tho most favored by nature of tho states of tho Union Tho patriotism of every son and daughter of Ken tucky should be aroused by the State Fair Though later than her sister states of Ohio Indiana and Illinois in providing for this annual exhibition the state government has now done its part and it will bo the pleasure and duty of every son of the common wealth to build up the State Fair until It stands whore It belongs at tho head of all State Fairs by sending prod ucts of field and farm horse cattle and by coming himself to see what Kentucky has produced The state will be represented by the best Kentucky has to exhibit to the world and tho world will be there to see what tho stato is doing along the lines of progress The State Fair is an educator helping the farmer and stock breeder to Improve his methods and at the same time educate tho world in what Kentucky has to offer Kentucky has reason to be proud of Its achievements and the State Fair should be made a gala occasion The railroads are offering greatly reduced rates from every part of Kentucky The State Fair management has provided entertainment amusement and Instruction for ovary one who attends Full information in regard to the prize list for any department of the Fair can be had from J B Bower ecrotaryat Fourth and Main streets Louisville Ky Over 25000 has been offered in purses and premiums it bo Ing by far the largest amount that has ever been offered at a Kentucky State Fair Four races will bo on tho program each afternoon one for trotters or pacers and three for running horses Purses in the running races will be 260 each and In the harness races GOO each Scores of attractions have been provided including fifteen shows of a prominent carnival com paw all of which will be absolutely moral Music will be furnished by a band of international prominence and will play during the day and will give special concerts oach evening FRAUD CHARGES Preferred Against Chicago Men Who Floated Mexican SchemesIChicago Aug 23 Operations of the TabascoChiapas Trading and Transportation company and the LuMo Mills company Mexican Investment concerns with offices nt 1S20 River street wore stopped by the United States postal authorities Henry D Bushnoll president and I B Miller secretary and treasurer wore arrested and arraigned before United States Commissioner Foote who held them in bonds of 2000 each and continued tho case until Aug 31 It Is declared by the postal authorities that the ap eratlons of Bushnoll and Miller which cover a period of five years netted them 286000 from Innocent invest ors Together the two companies were capitalized for 2000000 According to tho literature of the two concerns they operate largo coffee plantations and own several lines of steamers Tho postal authorities declare such is not tho case and that Miller and Bush nell have been paying dividends to In vestors from money taken In for stock in the companies It Is claimed In vestors in all parts of the country were defrauded NEGRO LYNCHED Taken From a South Carolina Jail and Put to Death Columbia S C Aug 24Tho third execution by lynch law In South Car olina within 10 days occurred near St George where a mob took Will Spain 21 a North Carolina negro from Jail strung him up to a tree and filled his body with bullets- S L Connor manager of tho Dor chester Lumber companys stores at Badbam was notified by a negro that he saw another negro attempting to enter a window of his home and then run away into a nearby cane patch Connor Immediately started for his home going through the cane field He suddenly came upon Spain and grappled with the negro striking him a severe blow breaking several bones in his hand The negro finally freed himself and ran Into nearby woods Connor notified his neighbors and about two hours later Spain was cap tured and locked up In Jail Shortly afterward a posse of 40 or BO men went to the sheriff and secur ing the keys to the jail took the negro to the house of Connor whore his 11 Identillellithoclimb through the window Costa Ricans Caustic San Jose Costa Rica Aug 23At a preliminary meeting of the Amen can club the views and objects of that 181declarel1to work for the union of Latin Amer ica and to be prepared to oppose the United States In its work of annihila tion of LatinAmerican commercial in dependence The Monroe doctrine in President Roosevelts point of view is declared to be amen ace to all Latin American countries The program adopted declares that the association is not formed against the United States but In opposition the alleged purpose of that country The motto of the club with which It proposes to conduct a propaganda Is LatinAmer ica for the World and the World for HumanityBuried His Wealth Wheeling W Va Aug 20A wife and three children in Croatia are des titute the fiusband and father is dead at Benwood W Va and must be burled by the county authorities al though ho has a small fortune the savings of years burled somewhere In the vicinity of the Great National tube works Peter Kocholovltch In tended returning homo In a month and expected to maintain his family the balance of their days on the say ings ho was able to accumulate Ho did not believe in banks and after ho was hurt In the mill his friends urged him to reveal tho hiding place of his money that It might be forwarded to his family but ho stoutly refused Ho died without giving any Informa tion on the subject Newspaper Deal Parkersburg W Va Aug 1SGen eral A B Baker of Huntington who Is adjutant general of the state will on Aug 20 become general manager of the Parkersburg Dispatch Newa having purchased the Interest held In the paper by J W Burchlnal of Moundsvllle At a meeting of the dl rectors Reese Blizzard United States district attorney was elected presi dent of the company to succeed Mr Burchlnal Pullman Tax Valuation Chicago Aug 24The board of review which supervises the taxation lists added 1000000 to tho personal property valuation of tho Pullman company Last year the personal property valuation was fixed at 7 529700 but this year on tho conten tion that this is the home of the Pull man company tho additional property was placed on the list Czar Will Distribute Land St Petersburg Aug 24The Rus linn government definitely decided to proceed with Its original plan of settling the agrarian question by tho distribution of land regardless of par liament and to go to the country on the issue of the coming elections Migration to Canada Minneapolis Aug 24 Brigadier J W Cousins of the local Salvation Army issued a statement showing that 12000 immigrants were sent from this country to Canada during the past eight months by the Salva tion Army t Tumors ConqueredWithout Operations Unqualified Success of Lydia E PinKhams Vegetable Compound in Cases of Mrs Fox and Miss Adams Fannie Fox istLuellaAdamr LydiaEI dreadIenemy Socalled wandering pains may come from its early stages or tho presence of danger may be made manifest by excessive monthly periods accom panied by unusual pain extending from I the abdomen through the groin and I thighsIf have mysterious pains if there are indications of inflammation ulcera I tion or displacement dont wait for time to confirm your fears and go through the horrors of ahospltal opera I tion secure Lydia E Pinkhams Vege I beginILynn Mass for advice grateful Dear Mrs Pinkham First Letter In looking over your book I see that your medicine cures Tumors I have been to a doctor and he tells me I have a tumor I will bo more than grateful if you can help rnoas I do so dread an operation Fannfo D Fox Bradford Pa Dear Mrs Pinkham Second Letter I take tho liberty to congratulate you on the success I have had with your wonderful meJiclno Eighteen months ago my periods stopped Shortly after I felt so badly I submitted to a thorough examination by a phy sician and was told that I had a tumor and operationI meats and decided to give Lydia E Pink ham s Vegetable Compound a trial After taking five bottles as directed the tumor is entirely gone I have again been examined Lydia Ee Pinkhams Vegetable Compoun Poachers indicted Washington Aug 21Actlng Sec reotary Murray of the department of commerce and labor received a tolo gam from Walter I Lembkey agent In charge of tho seal fisheries of Alns ka Informing him that 12 Japanese poachers captured recently on St Paul island while raiding the seal rookeries were indicted for violation of the United States law to protect furbearing seals The prisoners will be arraigned shortly in the United States court at Valdez Dies of Fright Znnesvllle 0 Aug 22After es coping unhurt from a runaway Mlaa May Pollock a high school teacher of New Concord died from the effects of the fright She was driving with Mss Mary Moore when the horse ran away Miss Pollock Jumped out and dial not receive a scratch A moment later she saw the vehicle dash against a wagon at the foot of the hill She fell In a swoon and died three hours later Miss Moore was unhurt Railroad Companys Appeal St Louis Aug 22The Chicago Burlington and Quincy railroad company convicted at Kansas City on the charge of giving rebates to packing companies appealed to the United States circuit court of appeals here The Burlington assigns among other errors that the court erroneously Instructed the grand Jury that the shipments ere destined for a foreign port and did not interfere with interstate commerce laws Total Appropriations Washington Aug 21 According to PICleaesclerks respectively of the senate and house committees on appropriations congress at its last session appropri ated for tho fiscal year 1907 the exact sum of 9795S91S51C representing an Increase of 590045520 over the sum appropriated for 100G Pulujanes Subdued Washington Aug 21 The Pulu Jane insurrection in the island of Samar Philippine archipelago is about stamped out according to Colonel C A Williams commanding the department of tho Vlsayas in his report to the war department The re port says there are no organized bands of Pulujanes out Lived 120 Years Ottawa Kan Aug 21Mahala Lewis a negress said to bo 120 years old died here She could tell many Incidents In the life of George Wash ington whom she Insisted she had seen many times She was a native of Virginia and could not read or writeI Checked by Dynamite Valparaiso Aug 22 Tho fires which broke out after the earthquake have as a result of stubborn efforts finally been suppressed Dynamite was largely used to this end The struts f tntt pre constancy patrolled by military and other forces by the physician and he says I have no signs of a tumor now It has also brought my periods around once more and I am entirely well I shall never be without abot Compoundlathe Another Case ofTumor Cured VegetabloDear Mrs Pinkham pathInraglnsheadachesbut finding that I did not get any better he examined me and to my surprise declared I bad a tumor I felt sure that it meant my death warrant and was very disheartened I spent hundred of dollars in doctoring but the tumor kept growing till this doctor said that nothing but an operation would save me Fortunately I corresponded with my aunt in one of the New LydiaEPinkhamsVegetableCompaundbefore mitting to an operation and I at once started taking a regular treatment finding to my great relief that my general health began to improve and after I noticed that the tumor had reduced in size on taking the Compound and in ten month It had entirely disappeared without an o r- ntlon and using no medicine but Lydia E rinkhanvs vegetable Compound and words goodItnade Hotel Seattle Wash Such unquestionable testimony proves the value of Lydia E Pinkharai Vegetable Compound and should give confidence and hope to every sick womanMrs Pinkham invites all ailing women to write to her at Lynn Mass for advice d 1 a Womans Remedy for Womens ills HONDORSON ROUTE NOTES Seashore Excursion Atlantic City nod return Aug 21 iroui Cloverport 1 25 return limit 15 days from date of sale- Homeseekers Excursions toell points to which homeseekers rates apply lOne way Second class settlers rates to the South and South East On the first and third Tuesdays of each monthOne way Colonist rats to California and Northwest Feb 10 to April 7 and Sep 15 to Out 81 1JOO I liST L TIME FABLE I II EAST ROUND Dully Fast Train leaves davenport 507 AM stops at ILwRrI on liar only arrives at Louisville 726 A M No ilZ Dully Mall una 1Jl1ressI Ivt Cio veruort944 A M1 stops ut sill wny stations arrives Louisville1 1286 p m Train No III Dully f tnoII leaves Clu verjxirt 418 p m stops at all way stations east uf Clovri urt except Mystic arrives at Louisville 786 p m Trail No 14S Dally Oloverport accommodation arrives Cloverport 890 p m WEST BOUND No 117 Dally doverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 800 a m arrives Evans vlllu 900 am expressluavesHiiwesvlllu IBWlsport Macao Owensboro Stanley Henderson IUd Kransvllie arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 143 Mall and ar rives Cloverport 740 p mEvansville 1030 p tit Stops at all stations No145dmly St Louis fast train leaves Clo rerport 1111 IM arrives Evansville Aft St Louis l0 A J1 stops at IIawtbvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair curs on trains 141 and 141 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping curs and reclining chair cars on trains 145and 146 between Louisville awl St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST HOUND Train No2 dallY except Sunday leaves Fordsville 430u n raves Irvln ton 840 A tit Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Kordsvllle 320 pm arrives Irvington 520 p in Train No 0 Sunday only Fordsville 830 a m Irvington e03 a m WEST BOUND Train No3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 850 a m uprlves Kordsvllle 245 pmTrain No5 Dally leaves Irvington 6501- m arrives Fordsvlllo P25 D m PARKERSHAIR BALSAM CltitMi and txiutlflci the hilt growthNever ynirCui faUillJOcand Physician Soaked For Extortion Chicago Aug 23Dr Francis Stewart recently convicted on a charge of robbery was sentenced to an Intermediate term In the peniten tiary The physicians attorney asked 30 days leave to file a bill of excep tions and the prisoner was released on bonds Dr Stewart is alleged to have robbed Felix Borard of Montreal Canada of 110 when the young man went to his office soaking treatment for a disease Oct 1 1005 After a consultation lasting a few minutes according to the complainant Stewart demanded 110 Threats wore made by the physician against him Berard declared and he gave up the money PROFESSIONAL CAROB V G BABBAOE Cloverport Ky J S WORTH AM- Leltchfleld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Dusincss in the Circuit Court at Ilnrdinulmrg especially solicited Air AVortlmm will be in attendance at the Circuit Court at Hard at each term in February May and October H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at law- tiARDlNS8URO KY Will practice his profession In all of the counle8ruad cases and criminal practice License to practice In StatesBankOffice fvei of Hn dllnsburgDarts StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed- J H HUNSCHE Casper May Jk Co Cannelton Ind LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLF PACKET COI- NCORPORATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evansville Steamers TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wednesday Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rate and passenger ticket to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than b- rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 1 75- Clovorport to Evansville 176 Cloverport to Owensboro 7fS Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150I58 4th at Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 Fand P A GEOH WILSON Snot Sour StomachNo norv tress headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarifc of the stomach art all due to Indltitlv Kodol cures Indigestion This new disco ery represents the natural Juices of digs tion as they exist In a healthy atomaok combined with the greatest known tostte and reconstructive properties Kodol Dys pepsia Cure does not only cure IndlgoitlM and dyspepsia but this famous remelt cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomaok Mr S S Ball of RiTenrvood W Vs warI was troubled with tour itcmtch for twenty jr u Kodol cured me and vs are now using It la for babyKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only JIOO Siu holdlnt M times the M sill which sells for 50 ants- Pre0ared br L 0 DWITT a 00 OHIOAMk Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public i can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited I Address me at I Hardinsburg Ky ILLINOIS CENTRAL R Re 38 Louisville to CaliforniaS- ept 15 to October 31 1906 Dally Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark Extremely low round trip rates to points InMISSISSiPPiLOUISIANA ARKANSAS INDIAN TERRITORY OK LAIlOlIA and TEXAS en the first and third Tuesdays of each month Through personally conducted excursion sleepers from Louisville to California Art zona and Texas Full Pertloulars had of Homo Agents or by addressing F W HARLOW D p A Louisville ilIv F e t r 1I I i F I rrvjf p A a r z kY ki ki kr i i r j 7 i i I y i J I I oj J r t t I t I I I i i r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20 1000 IRVINGTON Mrs Clmpese Wathen and children of Owensboro stopped over for a few days here on her way from Louisville and was the guest of Dr and Mrs S P ParksMiss Jolly left lriday for Ma doria for a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs J M Fallen Herbert Piggott was in Louisville last week on a business trip Mrs Peyton Henderson and little sou of Louisville were visitors of Mrs Nora Board for several days last weekI Miss Lizzie Fisher has returned to Glendeane after being the guest of Mr and Mrs Pomp McCoy Mrs Bailey Walter and son Herndon left Monday for Hopkitisville after a two weeks visit to her sister Mrs J R WimpAbout one hundred people from here went to Cloverport last Thursday to at tend the Masonic picnic and from all reports things must have been right up to date and a general good time was the resultMrs W B Gardner and twins re turned Friday from a lengthy visit to relatives at Chenault and Alton Ind Miss May Tydinga left for Louisville Saturday after being the guest of her numerous relatives and friends here The Juvenile Society of the Methodist church will give a recital at the church on Thursday evening August 30 beginning I promptly at 8 oclock Miss Aim stead of Louisville will also be thero and everybody is cordially invited to comeMaster Douglas Brashear of Owens boro arrived last week for a visit to his uncle J R Wimp Mrs J IC Bramlett and children re turned Saturday from a visit to relatives at Altou Iud Saturdll1untilof Miss Lillie Clarksou I Charlie Stith of Gustoti was the guest of his mother near town Sunday Mrs J B Biggs and son Owen left Sunday for Kvnnsville Iud to visit her sifter for a week MM Lnclle Cunningham came home Friday from Chenault whine site was the guest of her grandmother for sty eral weeks Mr Albert Marshall is convalescent after quite a severe spell of typhoid fever Mr and Mrs R M Jolly Jr returned Thursday from Nashville Tenu where they went on their bridal trip They will make Irvington their future home as Mr Jolly has a position as bookkeeper in Ids fathers store Miss Nannie Pussy will leave today for Chicago alter being the guest of her grandmother for oven a month Mrs nllis Dawell returned Saturday from 8 weeks visit to her mother atI Gnrfkld The representatives from all three of the churches here returned Saturday from the National Sunday School Cou rtution which met at Ashland Ky last week and reported having such AU ex cellent convention and the best that they had attended for a long timeII in tnts state it Is not necessary to j Serve a five day notlow Jar eviction of a hold UM the original laxative cough syrup Kennedys Laxative Hooey and Tin No opiates mold ItyI all dtnggiata MCQUADY Dtnnie Akin after being tick for Mveral week Iis table to be JUt agair Malcolm OHrynn was in town several days last wetlkIMrs Bd Voylee was painfully hurt last week by falling out ofa wagon Dr Sandbach was called and dressed the woundsMiss Daisy Thomas of Owensboro 11 Buy I Hair- atAuction At any rate you seem to begetting I rid of it on auctionsale II principles going goingI gone I Stop the auctionjj with Ayers Hair Vigor It certainly checks falling hair no mistake about this It acts as a regular medicine makes I the scalp healthy Then you must have healthy hair for a its natures way The best kind of a testimonialII Sold for over sixty years Mac1byo1U Ayer Co Lowell ldaso Alia msnufkoturer of J43j r ersCHERRY PILLS SARSAPARILLAf PECTORAL SKIN ECZEMA IN WORST fORM Black Splotches All Over Face Produced Severe ItchingYears Treatment by Physicians Did No Good afid Became Despondent Affected Parts Now Clear as Ever Alabama Ladys CURE BY THE- CUTICURA REMEDIES About four years ago I was afflicted with black splotches all over my face and a few covering my body which produced a severe itching irritatlonand- whi h caused me a great deal of annoy ance and suffering tosuch an extent that I was forced to call in two of tho leading physicians of my town After a thor ough examination of tho dreaded com plaint they announced it to be skin eczema in its worst form They treated me for the same for tho length of ono year goodFinallydecided to discontinue their services Shortly afterwards my husband in read ing a copy of a weekly New York paper saw an advertisement of the Cuti cura Remedies Ho purchased the en tire outfit and after using tho contents of the first bottle of Cuticura Resolvent in connection with the Cuticura Soap and Ointment the breaking out entirely stopped I continued the use of tho Cuticura Remedies for six months and after that every splotch was entirely gone and the affected parts were left as syruptomofyears ago The Cuticura Remedies not only cured me of that dreadful UiselSCI eczema but other complicated troublesIas well and I have been the means of othersusing cured of the same diseasoI by the Cuticura Remedies and I dont hesitate in saying that the Resolvent is the best blood medicine that the worldI has ever known Lizzie E Sledge 540 Jones AveIOct 28 1905 Selma Ala- bold Ihroufhout the world Cutkura Soip Xc Olnt Looted111qI druulotlandilwl the guest of Miss Nellie Crews this weekHenry Burden his purchased new sawmill and will go to Buras to cut lumberSeveral from here attended the picnic at Cloverport last Thursday and report a pleasant time TIlt Modern Woodman of America will give an ice cream supper and ball here at the lodge hall next Saturday night September 1 Miss Nannie Hates of Fordsville vis ited her mother here last Sunday Felix Askiiis has gone to Evansville to visit his daughter Mrs Jas Reardon Frank Lyons and daughter Jesse went 1 to Kingswood to canipmeetiug Sun Jay A Mystery Solved How to keep oil periodic attacks uf biliousness and habitual constipa non is a mystery that Dr Kings New Lite Pills solved for me writes John N Pleasant of Magnolia Ind The only pills that are guaranteed to givei perfect satisfaction to everybody- or money returned Only 21 at Sevens Drug C- oHEAVY DOCKET IN CITY COURT Police Court Docketed Fourteen Cases in Four DaysFlntsI and Costs 5137 The Police Court docket for the month of August has Dean heavier than tor many months and perhaps many years Barbecue day helped to swell j the list Cheif DcHaven was assisted that day by the following extra poll cojj George WeatberboU Jess Keys Wm McCracken Joe Morrison and Horace Newtm The following is the docket beginning with last Thursday The following wore up tor breach otjj peace and were fined 4 each Lee Yeacer Forrest Millar Cloverport Forrest Miller Hairtinsburg Jamefjjj Severs Hardy Ball Eugene Goff fined 3 John Bates colored breach of j peace case continued Will Browning drank fined 4 Pete Nation carrying j concealed and deadly weapons 28 and ten days confinement in jail Matthew Logsdon drunk fined 4Logan Bates colored riding train tined 4 Joe Uradtord colored riding fined F Turner 4 carrying trainII deadly weapons fined 28 and days imprisonment in jail Hilton Wall carrying concealed and deadly weapons fined 28 and ten days confinment in jail Dr F LLightfoot will eroct a store room 05X523 feet between his office and F T Heyeers store on Main street The structure will be one story and when completed will be occupied by a mercantile firm UA11E COINS FORGED THE COUNTERFEIT PIECES DO NOT FOOL THE EXPERTSI Dates Are Changed and Mint Mark Are Imitated but There Are Always Little Things That Reseal the FrntiU Even Cent Ileee Altered Rare United States colas cant be counterfeited so as to pass muster said an old coin dealer emphatically There Is no more chanco of die mak ors being able to make an exact count terpart of a coin than there Is to lull tote successfully the Impression of a mans thumb That there aro Imitations is true enough but they are clumsy Most of them are simple alterations of date They can bo told at a glance by signs as unfailing as the sun While the coins of a series of years may seem at first glance to bo all of one exact pattern yet close observa tion will reveal distinct differences No better Illustration of this can be shown than the rare cent pieces of 1704 Fiftysix distinct varieties of cents were issued In that year and all of them closely resembled one another Careful study enables experts to tell them apart It was in this way that coin experts found that there were so many different dies mado for the cent in 1704 for the mint records make no mention of the fact The favorite coin with those who al ter dates Is the rare 1700 cent which Is worth 200 and more If In uncircu lated condition The 1708 cent Is tho Issue that most closely resembles this cent and this is the coin that is used for alteration No collector should be taken In by one of these altered speci mens for thero were only two varieties of the 1700 cent and each has marked differences from tho coins of the previous year The 1804 dollar Is another fine ex ample That is tho rarest American coin You would naturally suppose that there would be many attempts to counterfeit this dollar for it is worth from 1000 up There has never been a single attempt to counterfeit this famous coin but a number of coins have been turned out with the date altered The design of the 1804 dollar is the same to all practical purposes as that I of the year preceding it and In fact as far back as liDS The silver dollars of 170S 1700 1800 1801 1802 1803 and 1SO1 are all supposed to bo alike with the exception of the date and they do look as much alike as two peas to the novice Yet the die makers each year have left trifling differences that make the variety and the year of Issue clear as daylight- In asII almost every case when have been made to Imitate tho date tho dollar of 1S01 has been 180tII a specimen of which is only couple of dollars To all appearances an 1801 dollar Is precisely like tile 1S04 coin with the trifling difference In date and thus the person making the alterations seems to think ho has noth ing to do but steeply change the 1 Into a 4 Yet the reverse of the 1801 dollar bear little variations that show the year In which It was struck Plausible tales are nearly always told by persons with such altered coins to sell Not long ago n man came Into my place from tho fur west Out of a chamois bag which ho carried around his neck he took two colas carefully wrapped In tissue paper Tenderly he laid the coins In my hand lie was not a coin collector ho sold but had heard that these two pieces were very valuable runt had bought thorn at a low figure One of the cores was supposed to be an 1S04 dollar and the other the rare 1S3 half dollar without the arrow polut aloii slile of the date wlilflr a h h o I f ti from to Many Children Die 0 Aug city la having an epidemic of cholera Infantum from cause Is than for 12 years being 18 deaths so far month and 40 deaths three month I 100 TDoy wore errboth of them and the old man told their history which went something like this Back in the early forties a farm seeker with his family nod all his ef fects in u prairie schooner came to a halt at a ferry landing on tho eastern side of a river In Kansas The man was at tho end of his financial re sources and the only thing In the way of money ho had left was n large silver dollar of 1801 Ho persuaded the ferrymen to tako his outfit across In his flatboat and left with him this dollar which tho pioneer said was a rare one worth 10 or 12 back In the states and he made the ferryman promise to hold the cola until ho called for it and paid the price of theferriageThe of the dollar never call ed After keeping tho dollar for many years tho ferryman died and his son disposed of It to tho present owner who had picked It up for tho bargain price of 300 The ferrymans son who was a good natured fellow gave the buyer as good measure tho 183 half dollar which he said was also a rare coinNow that was a very likely story and ought to sell any coin but not hero In the cast They were both very fine specimens and they looked good to tho eye but they were both Imitations and not worth any than the metal of which they were mado except as curl allies Tho 1804 dollar was one altered from 1801 which a glance at tho ro verse showed although the substituted 4 would have given the thing awny for this last figure was raised very per ceptlbly higher than tho 180 As for the 1853 half dollar it bore no arrow points on either side of the date for tho very simple reason that they had been rubbed away The work had been done very cleverly and thor oughly would hardly suspect that it had ever borne arrow heads for there was no indication left to show this but the Industrious workman had forgotten to rub away tho rays behind tho eagle on the reverse of the coin There were two varieties of half dollars made In 1853 One the common variety had arrow points on el ther side of the date while on the reverse rays shot out in all directions at tho back of the eagle The other variety which is tho valuable one had noltlior rays nor arrows I I As of of T for sale the stock of mer this at is part of I11 mer on or ad 11 fi alarming Mortality this greater this within more Ono Attempts have been made to Iml tate the cent ot 1815 No cents wero Issued In that year and yet I have seen a dozen specimens bearing the One latter day Imitators have taken up the task of adding mint let ters to certain coins to make them re semble rare varieties The accumula Con of coins bearing these mint marks Is a good deal of tho attention of collectors nowadays and the Imi tators think they have an easy field but their time Is simply wasted for their meet with no better success than the imitation of the earlier coins and can be singled out In a moment The coin most often Imitated Is the half dollar of 1838 made at New Or leans There were only twenty of these coined and each one worth from 75 to 100 To all appearances this coin is just the same as many others issued at other branch mints during the same year with the excep tion of the tiny o beneath tho bust From tlmo to time persons have taken nn ordinary half dollar of this date and with infinite pains have supplied it with this mint letter In tho majority of cases the work has been done so skillfully that tho letter has every appearance of to tho novice But almost invariably the let ter Is located In n spot different from that occupied by the o on the genuine If the Imitator took care to place the mint letter In Its proper po sition there are other points of differ ence In the die which reveal the fact that thu col IH liopn tampered wits New form Shot Hit Rival Lexington Ky Aug 23 During a religious revival In Magoffln Boyd Sturgeon shot and Instantly killed John England his rival for the of a young woman Stur goon escaped to the mountains Sunstrokes at Louisville Louisville Ky Aug 21 Three deaths from heat prostration were reported Monday Tho maximum tem peraturo for tho day was 94 degrees accompanied by extreme humidity Receiver For Sage Company Now York Aug 24 William H Ravorlv formerly chief rock In the iS iS tWS fltiJ flii1U III ITobuy a farm miles from Cloverport Ion the turnpike roadgmJohn M Beavin who is going to Oklahoma this fall offers his place of 223 acres at a gm rl1Ithe house of ffIS1And 100 acre tract with 25 acresIr rl1Itimbered and has 5 sprinm sgmThe timber on the 100 acre tract will pay for half the landI rlIIa I Im1J I Stock iMercandise Fors7ales= JIIadministrator the estate Drane I offer chandise Webster Ky which estate betterlocationlocationFor further information call dress H DRANE Webster KyJSpringfield 21Thls dateNow taking productions is genuineness coinEven county affections I three adjoining l WE MAKEMORE FINE SHOES THAN I ANY OTHER HOUSE r r IN THE WEST I otjfROM ExSenator M C Butler Dyspepsia Is Often CausedSy Catafeh fthe Stomach Peruna Relieves Catarrh of tht Stomach and Is Therefore a Remedy For Dyspepsia Hon M O Butler ExU S Senator from South Carolina for two terms in a letter from Washington DO writes to the Pernna Medicine f Co as follows I can recommend Peruna orl a dyspepsia and stomach trouble I have been using your medicine for a short period and 1 feel muchlj jJmedIcIneCATARRH of the stomach is the cor for most cases of dys popsla In order to cure catarrh of the r r stomach tho catarrh must bo eradicated Only an internal catarrh remedy such as Peruna is available Peruna exactly moots the indications employ of the concenTwas appointed assignee of the suspended stock com mission house of M J Sago Com pany which hail its principal offices in Jersey City with branches through out tho country Mr Beverly stated that in checking over the accounts he found the liabilities to bo about 333 000 with assets of 116000 All assets are to be delivered jointly to Mr Beverly and tho guaranty company Daughter Mistaken For Burglar Danville 0 Aug 24 Mistaking her 14yearold daughter for a burger Mrs W F Kisler of Taylorvllle sent three revolver bullets entirely through the girls body The girl had risen to close an outside door which had been left open owing to the heat Though the wounds made by thOI three bullets bled profusely the glrrt still alive and may recover THE FAMOUS LE ROY PLOWS nro the best selling Plows because they are the BEST Plows that can be built Made by strong Company not In a trust Tested DRAWEASY lonlterthan oLeCONRAD PAYNE CO Cloverport Ilvr s 4- TOSOESITH BUT Y SING E TI1O GilT folAMOll BRAHBQHAuT 4 r y 1 We are one of the largest users of Rock Oak tLeathert The other materials used in Diamond Brand Shoes are just as superior J ASK YOUR DEALER f f OLD STYLE OAR irs r JJ- r TANNED SOLE LEATHER MANES p u DIAMOND BRAND SHOES WEAR Wtji p j3j3- S t4wo L s 1u Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic HalfbottlesMBtati SGoEadoecI r I 1 J V I J r to I r 1 t j1t ty 1 1 c I J t c j f i J I IJ