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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTY- OLo XXXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 11908 8 Pages NO 51 TEMPERANCE PEOPLE ARE AWAKENED Enthusiastic Meeting Held at Bap tist Church Sunday Night Officers Elected FIGHT IS ON IN EARNEST The union meeting held at the Bap tist church Sunday night by the tem perance people of Cloverport was earn est and enthusiastic- A large number of men were in at tendance Only one or two in church refused to take a stand against whisky The others did not hesitate to show heir colors and to enter into the fight Committees to circulate the petitions asking for a county election were ap pointed and before the service was over the temperance people were or ganized and ready for work The officers chosen were Rev B M Currie chairman Rev J T Lewis vicechairman R L Oelze secretary and treasurer Mrs Hambleton lIereI Mrs Mollie Hambleton is here from Louisville the guest of Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot She is in good health and her visit is being enjoyed immensely by her many friends in this city IRVINGTON PERSONALS Many Attended Missionary Meeting Others Going And Coming Miss Graham McGeher has returned to Louisville after a visit to the Misses cGehee at their beautiful country tmeMr Jim Frank Biggs left Monday for Louisville to accept a position as traveling man for Conn Bros Miss Ellen Munford who has been the guest of her cousin Miss Lelia TV dings of Louisville returned home Thursday She was accompanied home by her cousin Miss Tydings who expects to remain here for several weeks the guest of relatives Miss Bertha Walker of Louisville arrived last week to be the guest of Miss Eliza Piggott Miss Martha Dorsey arrived Friday from Indianapolis Ind to be the guest of Mrs D C Heron during the month of JulyMiss L 13 McGlothlan left Tuesday for Louisville where she will be for sev eral days on a business trip Dr and Mrs A M Hardaway left Monday for their future home at Wash burn North Dakota after spending a few days the guest of Mr and Mrs H H KemperMrs Robbius and children of Owensboio have returned after being the guests of her sister Mrs John Mus selman and mothe i Mrs Nanney Bandy Miss Ida Waggoner has returned to Cloverport from a several weeks visit to her i sisterinlaw Mrs Frank Wag ner Mrs J C Hensel is in New Albany the guest of her sister Misses Edith and Gladyse Hensel have returned from Rock Haven where they were visiting relatives Mrs Luther Wilson and children left Sunday for Jolly Station for a few days visitMrs Willard Arnold has returned from Owensboro where she was called to the bedside of her sister Mrs John Arnold who is very ill with consump tionMiss Laura Hale left Saturday for a three weeks visit at Brandenburg the guest of her mother Miss Arena Smith of Garfield was a visitor of her cousin Miss Eva Payne Miss Lena Lewis of Brandenburg spent last week the guest of Mrs J M Herndon and Mrs H P Parks Misses Mildred Moorman and cousin Nell Dempster of Glendeane were the guests of Miss Margaret Peyton last weekMrs G T Marshall spent Tuesday in the city on a shopping tour Mrs Alliesworth and sister Mrs Walker of Garnetsvile Ky spent last week the guests of their sister Mrs ike Kendall Miss Claire Jolly is expected to leave sometime this week for Hopkinsville for u a visit to friends and will later go to Columbus Tennessee for a short visit before returning home Ernest Galloway and baby Thelma were visitors of his mother Mrs Fi delia Galloway on last Saturday and SundayMrs L H Jolly left last week for a ten days visit to her aunt Mrs Bert CunninghamMessrs Helm of Lexington and William Major of Louisville came down Sunday to spend the summer with their grandparents Mr and Mrs Bate WashingtonMrs Clarkson and son Mr Ben Clarkson have returned to Big Spring after spending a few days the guests of Mr and Mrs Kemper Miss Carrie Walls of Hardinsburg has returned after being the guest of Mrs S P Parks for a few days Mrs F B Netherton who was the guest of relatives at Leitchfield last week refurned home Saturday Miss Bettie Lee McCall has returned from Louisville where she was a student at the Girls High School and is the guest of her grandmother Mrs Bob HendrickLet take your picture on Tuesday FIGHT IS ON Local Option With County As Unit To Be Voted On September 26 At a meeting in Hardinsburg Thurs day afternoon presided over by Hon Green W Beard and with Dr W A Walker as Secretary it was decided to take a vote on local option with Breck enridge county as the unit Twenty five per cent of the voters of the county at the last election have to sign the petition for the vote and petitions will be prepared and circulated at once A Mass Meeting of all interested parties will be held in Hardinsburg on Monday July 20 at 1 oclock There will be good speakers present and all are in vited to attend ladies included The vote will be taken Saturday September 26 1908 The application for a vote in the city of Cloverport is probably what preciptated the consultation at Hard insburg Rev B M Currie of Clo verport was present as well as other prominent temperance people BASE BALL Enthusiasm Never So llighSec ond Nine Organizes For Busi ness Other News In the game here Thursday between Hardinsburg and the Second Nine of Cloverport the result was a victory for the visitors The Hardinsburg players were in good practice and did some clever playing Score 21 to 8 The First Nine is all right and Clover port will be proud of them yet when they get more practice 000 The Second Nine has organized and chose Mr Chas Hamman as their manager A diamond will be made in a Breckenridge Addition lot and their plans are to have a fine base ball park Colored Baseball Games Last Saturday morning the Hardins burg team beat Leitchfield by the score 16 to 1 ooo- That afternoon Hardinsburg defeated Irvington Score 10 to 3 000 The Hardinsburg colored team be lieve they are the best in the county and will play all challenges 000 Cloverport Rooters defeated Lewis port Giants here Sunday afternoon by a score of 9 to 6 TAR SPRINGS WILL CELEBRATE FOURTH A great crowd will go from here and surrounding towns to Tar Springs July 4 The celebration Saturday will be the biggest event at the Tar Springs for years Little Child Improving Moorman Stumm the fine little son of Mrs Harry L Stumm has been sick at the Tar Springs but is consid erably better this week Mrs Stumm is there from Athens Tenn and so is her mother Mrs Moorman Miss Nina Stumm is also with them SUMMER TIME IN CLOVERPORT Miss Ruth Copeland Havnes Extensively EntertainedYoung Folks Enjoying Life TENNIS CLUB MEETS Miss Ruth Copeland Haynes was the guest of honor at a most enjoyable reception given at the home of Miss 930ItoI in receiving by Miss Haynes Misses Miller of Owensboro Miss Kate Moor man of Louisville and Mrs Harry Newsom 0001- Irs Bowne gave a beautiful dinner Thursday evening in compliment to Miss Haynes A large white wedding bell hung over the center of the table which was attractively decorated in the colors green and white Chrystal candlestick holding green candles illuminated the table while several de licious courses were served The place cards were brides roses handpainted by Mr Harry Newsom and were greatly admired Besides the hostess and the honored guest were the follow ing Misses Marion Bowmer Margaret Skillman Irene Jarboe Francis Smith Jane Hambleton and Mrs Harry New som ooo Mrs J H Rowland charminglyl en tertained for Miss Haynes Saturday morning from 10 to 12 oclock The game fortytwo was enjoyed after which delicious ices cakes and candies were served to the guests The house look ed lovely with cut flowers ineash room Miss Clara Dyer gave rare pleasure to everyone present by rendering with excellency some beautiful music from celebrated composers ooo Mrs Fort and Mrs Shelby Conrad entertained the members of the Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church at Mrs Conrads home Friday afternoon Every guest present have onetenth the cost of her summer bonnet for the parsonage fund and 1350 was collect ed Mrs R E Moorman who left Tuesday to make her home with her daughter Mrs John E Kincheloe at Hardinsburg was the guest of honor Mrs Fort and Mrs Conrad served a delicious luncheon in two courses 000 Miss Lula Severs gave an all day picnic for her Sunday School class Wednesday They went to little Tar Springs and had a fine day 000 Eleven members of the Girls Club have formed a Tennis Club for this summer and have fixed their court in a lot in Breckenridge Addition Miss Grace Plank entertained the players Wednesday afternoon and Mrs Harry Newsom will entertain this afternoon The members are Misses Rebecca and Martha Willis Eva Edith and Grace Plank Annie Jarboe Lula Severs Margaret and Edith Burn Mrs Harry Newsom and Miss Jennie Harris MR MOORMAN ILL Sons Come Home From ST Louis To See Him Guy Moorman Visits Cloverport During the last week Mr Richard Moorman has been iin a precarious con dition at his home at Glendeane and his sons Guy Dean and Will Moorman and wife of St Louis arrived to see him last week Guy Moorman was here Wednesday on his return to St Louis He has been in that city nearly ten years and has an excellent position on the traffic squad in the Police Department there His work is most interesting and gives him many advantages financially and it affords him much pleasure also Last year he had two extensive trips east taking back Naval deserters His friends in Breckenridge are pleased to know that he is making good Mr Will Moorman has been connect ed with the Police Department three years and during that time has made a splendid record He has a charming wife and their visit was a great pleasure to his father and their other relatives Taken To Lakeland Lewis Sims son of Mr and Mrs Chas Sims was adjudged insane and taken to Lakeland Asylum Sunday PRETTY WEDDING AT St ROSE Miss Nell lIalena Whitehouse And Air John II Lawson United In Marriage Last Tuesday i BRID4L TRIP EAST A simple and pretty wedding was solemnized yesterday morning in the St RoseCatholic church Tuesday morning of last week when Miss Nell Halena Whiehouse and Mr John H Lawson CelIBrey ceremony The bride looked charming in an elegant reception gown of gray silk The bride carried a prayer book and was married with a ring- Immediately after the marriage they left on the east bound train for a wed ling trip Before returning to this city to make their home they will visit rel atives in Louisville Returns Home Miss Young who has had charge of the trimming department of Mrs Polks millinery store has returned to her home at Franklin Ky Her work gave utmost satisfaction to the many custo mers of Mrs Polk and her services will be appreciated here again next year if she comes back Lives at Mitchell Word has been received from C F Tinius that he has moved from Hills boro ILL to Mitchell Ill His friends here wish him continued success iu his new field Mrs Weatherholt Much Better Mrs J C Weatherholt who for some time has been in ill health is much better Her condition is improving so rapidly that there is strong hope of her recovering her former vigor Mrs Marion Ryan is here from the South visiting her and Mrs Geo Weather hult GROVER CLEVELAND DIES UNEXPECTEDLY End Came to Former President Last Wednesday Morning at His Home at Princeton HAD WONDERFUL CAREER Princeton N J June 24Grover Cleveland former President of the United States died suddenly at his home at Westlnnd here at 840 oclock this morning Death was due to heart failure complicated with other diseases The passing away of Mr Cleveland was not immediately announced but was delayed until an official statement had been prepared by the physicians who had been attending him in the various periods of his illness CAREER OF CLEVELAND 1837 Born at Caldwell Essex county N J March J8 1855After academic education be came clerk in law office in Buffalo 1859Admitted to the bar and began practice of law in Buffalo 1863 Became Assistant District At torney of Erie county New York ISjO Elected Sheriff of Erie county New York- 1881Elected Mayor of his home city Buffalo N Y- 1882Nominated and elected as Governor of New York on the Dem ocratic ticket 1884Elected President of the United States as Democrat over James G Elaine Republican by majority of thirty seven electoral votes 1835 Married in White House to Frances Folsom June 2 1838 Nominated for president of the United States by Democrats but de feated by Benjiman Harrison Repub lican 1889 Returned to law practice locating in New York 1892 again nominated for president Democrats and elected defeating President Harrison 1897 Retired from the presidenc and active political life and took up hi residence at Princeton N J Princeton University conferring upon him the degree ofLL D- 1908Diedfat Princeton N J Honor Men GuestsOf Mrs Mattingly Dr E C McDonald and Dr Harry Rittor of Louisville are the guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Mattingly Dr McDonald won the Kelley Hayes medal and Dr Ritter won the Duncan Davidson medal this year They at tend college in Louisville Best Ever The Sunny South which was here Sat urday night gave the best show that has comedown the Ohio this season The little fellows were the star and cap tivated the entire audience The music was beautiful and the voices were un usually sweet During the day Mr Markle was busy receiving visitors and many were given the oPPQrtunity of going through the boat The kitchen was ideal clean and convenient The cooks were genial and knew their business well Goes to Knoxville Edmund Wroe who was elected Sec ond Vicepresident of the Kentucky Educational Association left Saturday for Knoxville Tenn to take a teachers course GREAT TRIP New York Washington Philadel phia and Atlantic City For S4750Start July 30 D 11 Bowmar of Versailles who has been manager of the Bowmnr tours for five seasons is now arranging a fine eastern trip to New York Atlantic City and other places for 4750 from Louis ville August 15 he will conduct a tour to Toronto Buffalo and Detroit for S29ST These tours are most delightfully conducted by Mr Bowmar He always has a congenial party and each member is assured a good time Write to him for particulars about his summer tours Ready For Iron Work Both abutments of the Tarfork bridge wore completed Monday The iron work will be begun this week Wants The News In- Cripple Creek Col Editor News Cloverport Ky You will find enclosed 100 for which please send me the News for one year As I am a Breckenridge boy I enjoy reading the News very much Yours sincerely Jesse T Hook 403 S Second St City Improvement Fred May and F Fraize have had a splendid brick pavement laid in front of their property on Main street 000 The city has been busy during the last ten days naving the streets clean ed and making them more pleasant for summer Remarkable is Mrs Eliza Seeboldt The most remarkable old woman in this country lives near West Point in this county She is Mrs Eliza Seeboldt and is ninetythree years of age She has recently dropped seven acres of corn in a field for her son and did it with as much ease as if she had been twentythree instead of ninetythree- She only weighs eightyfivepounds but when it comes to activity and energy this old lady is right there all the time She walks two miles every day and never complains of any fatigue Her daughter Mrs John Hinkle lives a mile from her home on a farm near West Point and she makes daily trips to see her and back to her home If anything was needed to tell the story of her remarkable preservation her hearing is perfect and she reads with out the use of glassesEtown News Quite a Marksman Miss Mary Bandy of near Bewley ville has become quite a marksman in the way of killing crowes and foxes They seem to have been disturbing her poultry yard and in order to destroy them she got her shotgun and hid be andyallsThis is in one case where she was as sly as a fox- Raymond Pate has returned home from Irvington I MOST BEAUTIFULHOME Miss Ruth Copeland liaynes And Mr Samuel Prince Davis United in Marriage THE REV LEWIS OFFICIATED A beautiful home wedding In all Its appointments was that of Miss Ruth Copeland Haynes and Mr Samuel Prince Davis which was solemnized at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Eugene Haynes yesterday morning Mrs George Short who was dressed in a dainty light blue gown carried sweet peas and received the guests as they arrived They stood In the front parlor which had been artistically dec orated under the direction of Mr Harry Newsom A large altar of potted plants was made in the bay windows- A lovely bridal chorus was rendered by Mrs L T Reid Mrs J H Rowland Misses Eva and Eliza May Law rence Murray and Dr A A Simons just before the wedding march was played by Miss Frances Smith Misses Elizabeth Skillman and Lenora McGavock the flower girls formed tRe aisle with white nbbons from the back parlor and they were followed by the bride and groom The ceremony was solemnized at 9 oclock by the Rev James T Lewis and they were married with the brides ring During the marriage Miss Eva May sang very sweetly II Melody of Love Immediately after the ceremony de licious refreshments were served to the guests who registered in the brides book Just before the wedding party made their departure for the depot fruit punch nuts and mints were served Miss Irene Jarboe who is an especial friend of the bride presided at the punch bowl Mr and Mrs Davis left on the east bound train for an extensive wedding trip DEATH RESULTS Dave Moorman Gets Arm Cut Off Then Dies Buried Tuesday Sunday night while trying to aboard a moving train at Hawosville Dave Moorman colored lost his left arm About an hour afterwards he was found and later was taken to Owensboro where he died in a few hours The remains were brought hera yes terday The funeral was held at 3 oclock and the interment took place in the colored cemetery Moorman was the son of Will Moor man and wife and was about twenty eight years of age Just recently he was in a fight in this city and got his left hand severely cut Attended Haynes Davis Wedding Mrs Hunter and son Mr Hunter of SampleMiss Mamie Miller of Hardins burg Mr and Mrs luleman of Rock port Ind Dr and Mrs John Kinche loe of Hardinsburg and Forrest Haynes of Owensboro attended the HaynesDavis wedding thigh Barrett Severs Mr aud Mrs J Byrne Severs are re ceiving congratulations upon the arri val of a fine son at their home He has been named Hugh Barrett for his two grandfathers Kingsburys Latest News Items J Byrne Severs the prominent drug gist is the proudest pap in town ooo Louie Ditzenbach the star third baseman is better known to the Hardinsburg team as Old Germany He lets everything go by 000 When Floyd Whitehouse goes to see his girl he goes to sleep in the little green rocking chair 000 What has become of Joe Mulhatten Carter He has disappeared all at once with his cap Major Cobb the old darky who be longed to the blind army and shot by ear sight capsized in the river He went casplushem and he cried out Save mo Mr Coutyl 000 The Epworth League Conference at Henderson was postponed until the ar rival of Lawrence Murray 000 Wo all wonder what Captain Rowlan will do when Bryan is elected 1 M it 1 e v J k The Merry WidowTak- enr from the World Famous Play of that Name l By the Author of The Man of the Hour ILLUSTRATED BY RYDER t This Highly1 Interesting Story will begin V in next weeks issue of the News WHITE HOUSE COURTESY The Way president Polk Throw Down the Barriers If any president of modern times Wore to exhibit the officialI indecency that John Adieus exhibited when Jef forson became president he would 111 denounced by every reputable newspa per and intelligent citizen of the land It was then as it IH now the accepted duty of the retiring president to rlIceive the Incoming president at the White House and accompanyI him to the inauguration ceremonies hut the last oUIciMl act of Adams as president was the nomination of a member of what were called midnight judges the night before the Inauguration of Jefferson and during tho night he and his fatally withdrew from the White louse leaving none but the servants to receive the incoming prose dent writes Alexander K McClure in the Circle It was President Polk who first had the courage to disregard the political passions of the times by inviting Hen ry Clay who had been his competitor to dine with him and Mrs Polk In the White House It was near the close of the Polk administration during which Clay had been a senator most of the time mud it shocked the DemoII cratic sentiment of the time was announced that Clay had dined with President Polk not on a state oc casion but had been welcomed at the family dinner as a friend Clay was tho soul of chivalry and Polk was a man of unblemished character and high attainments and his example of courtesy to Clay has never since been broken Constipation For constipation there is nothing quite so nice as Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They always produce a pleasant movement of the bowels with out any disagreeable effect Price 25 cents Samples freeSevers drugstore y Over ThirtyHive Years IIn ISTi the e was a great deal of diunhoeu dysentery and cholera infan tum It wit at thin time that Chamber lains Colic Choleru andl Diarrhoea Rem dy vas Rot l ought into use It proVll more successful thin any other remedy or treatment and has for thirty five years maintained that ree rd From a small beginning its sale and use has extended to every part of the United States and to nvtny foreign countries Nine druggi U out of ten will recommend it when their opinion is asked although they have other ined cinesthut pay them H grouter prof t It can always be de pended upon even in the most severe and dangerous cures For sale at Severs drug store East African Highlands The young Englishman be he olllcoi or settler In till east African high lauds cuts it hardy figure His clothes are few and fur between A sun tint a brown tlnnncl shirt with sleeves cutt above the elbow and open to the chest a pair of thin khaki knickerbockers cut short five Inches at least above the knee boots and a pair of putties com prise the whole attire Nothing else Is worn The akin exposed to sun thorns and Injects becomes almost u as dark as that of the natives and so hardened that It Is nothing to ride an day with bare knees on the saddlea truly Spartan discipline from which at least the visitor may be excused Strand Magazine Just Exactly Right II have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for several yearsand find them just exactly right says Mr AA Felton of Harrisville N Y New Life Pills re lieve without the least discomfort Best remedy for constipation billiousness and malaria 25c at Severs drug store t EDUCATED BEARDS Whiskers In Paris Reach the Pinnacle of Cultivation- It Is in Paris that the whisker reaches its highest state of civilization and development The luxuriant ver dure on the faces of some of the Pari sinus who strut along the boulevard every day can bo compared to nothing but the riot of vegetation In tho trop ics Every Parisian has whiskers much whiskers If ho can but some whiskers at any rate He supplements natures efforts with the best aids of the barber and trains and nurses his hirsute appurtenances with anxious careThe Parisians spend hours on their beards and educate them Into formal gardens set pieces shrubbery terrace and vista effects They lay out hair scapes with them arrange them In un dulating meadows and twine them on pergolas There is the long spade con coction much sought by men with black beards which consists of about a foot of hair cut square across the bottom and adds much glory to the wearer for the whiskers always shine and glisten in the sun There are sidewinders and pointed ones the heart shaped and the curved tho waved and the plain A man who can train his whiskers to grow in a new way is as much of a celebrity as a man who writes a good poem or paints a good picture Samuel Q Blythe In Every bodys Magazine A Golden Wedding means that man and wite have lived to a good age and consequently have kept healthy The best way to keep healthy is to see that your liver does its duty 365 days out of 365 The only way to d r this is to keep Ballards Herbine in the house and take it whenever your liver gets inactive 50 cents per bottle Sold by A R Fisher A DISCARDED THRONE Louis Napoleons State Chair Which Was Not Used On the eve of the FrancoGerman war when the Emperor Louis Napo leon entered upon the conflict which ended so disastrously to himself an his countrymen u couple of stranger appeared at a Geri nut town Tin1 brought with them a large pack case which on their arrival was tar rled to a hotel Here the unknown visitors 1 remained some time and eventually disappeared without paying thcl1 bill which amounted to a considerable sumThe landlord whose curiosity ha often been aroused with reference tll the possible contents of the case tip last determined to open it and on doe ing so found a handsomely deslgne and richly upholstered state chili This was adorned with the French Ihn porlal arms eagle and Louis No pole ons monogram and beneath It was n musical box which played when tit cushion was sat updn It Is supposed that the throne for such It Is believed to have heenIn till event of success attending the French army was to have been used by th emperor at Berlin after the capture o the German metropolis Fate how r er spoiled the imperial plans hence the sudden and precipitate flight of tip custodians of the chair The widow of the hotel keeper a few years later seer it to Kngland where it eventually found a purchaser Stray Stories Best The World Affords It gives me unbounded pleasure to recommend Bucklena Arnica Salve says J W Jenkins of Chapel Hill N- IIIC am convinced its the best salve the world affords It cured a fellon on my thumb and it never fails to heal tv ery sore burn or wound to which it is applied 25c at Severs Drug Store Circulation of the Blood The Idea of some sort of movement of the blood In man and the lower an imals was possessed by Aristotle and other Greeks and by the physicians of the Alexandrian school as well as by the doctors and surgeons of the middle ages In fact even the village barbers knew of such movement But no one not even the wisest of men had any conception of a continuous stream re turning to Its source a circulation in the true sense of the wordor of the functions of the heart as the motor power of the movement of the blood until it was demonstrated by Harvey in 1C2S The II Letters of Junius The vexed question of the real au thorship of the Letters of Junius has never been positively settled Mr Cha bots learned work to show that Sir Philip Francis was the author of the famous letters while a strong produc tion falls of absolute proof The at tempt was made to prove that Thomas Paine wrote the letters but that too tailed to convince The question is still a mystery though the balance of the evidence Is in favor of Sir Philip Francis Dad Gets Sarcastic Physical culture father is perfect ly lovely To develop the arms I grasp this rod by one end and move it slowly from right to left Well well exclaimed her father What wont science discover If that rod had straw at the other end youd be sweeping Louisville Courier Jour nalI Thanks For His Money WcokleSo Slippsv Is a defaulter ch Deckle So they say Weekle By George I always wondered why he said Thank you so pleasantly every tine I made a deposit Bohe mian Magazine It Cant Be Beat The best of all teachers is experience C M Harden of Silver City North Carolina says I find Electric Bitters does all thats claimed for it For Stom ach Liver and Kidney troubles it cant be beat I have tried it and find it a most excellent medicine Mr Harden is right its the best of all medicines also for weakness lame back and all run down conditions Best too for chills and malaria Sold under guarantee at Seyerr drug store So- cMEPHiSTOS RfHe A Jewel That Bears a Deadly Reputa tion In Spain- It seems strange to read In these days of a ring which is believed to have an evil Influence over its owner and which Is known as Mephlstos ringYet such a ring exists and until recent years was in possession of the Spanish royal family The ring Is set with a very large emerald In tho con ter of which Is inserted a ruby It is first heard of in the sixteenth century since when the kings who owned it have suffered disasters unllm Ited while the whole country has grad ually sunk from its former eminent po sltlonWhen the late HlspanoAmerlcan war broke out the ring was presented to a church The sacred building short ly after wns destroyed by fire The next resting place of the ring was a museum which was twice struck by lightning while holding the ill omened Jewel The fatal ring has now It is said been packed In a strong box and se curely burled It remains to be seen whether this will finally put an end to Its mystic power Pearsons Weekly r DISEASE AND PAIN The Theory That Suffering IU Mental More Than Physical A great deal of alleged physical suf ferlng Is prhnarlly mental A great many people have fixed Ideas of din case pain debility fatigue dread Inefficiency and unexprcsslble woes Much often than we realize these can be transplanted without surgery or medication I do not mean that they are not real sufferings They are n real as the grave but they are not grounded In physical Infirmity ami they are not to be cured with physics The mind becomes possessed of a conviction that a certain part of the body is Infirm and Imputes pain to that part In spite of all the medicine in the world Hundreds of people refuse to get well after the physician has cured them Its not his fault and It is not their fault But they have simply had dls ease suggested to them until they can not think at all except upon that as sumption It Is an auto suggestion or It Is a family suggestion and the only way to remove It Is by the vigorous counter suggestion of another person The value of a fixed Idea of health as being only the removal of a fixed idea of disease where there was no organic reason for It will hardly be disputed Yet one cannot overem phaslze the multitudes that there are of these Invalids sitting In padded chairs and making ready for the hearse whose trouble Is primarily mental and how many there are again who have a slight organic infirmity and have In creased its effects a thousandfold by what we may call household sugges tlon Max Eastman in Atlantic Monthly Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Would Have Saved Him 10000 IIIn 1902 I had a very severe attack of diarrhoea says R N Farrar of Cat Island LaIIFor several weeks I was mSable to do anything On March 18 1907 I had a simular attack and took Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy which gave me prompt relief I consider it one of the best medicines of its kind in the world and had I used it in 1002 believe it would have saved me a hundred dollar doctors bill Sold at Severs drug store BLACK JACK NOTES Mr and Mrs Dock Miller of Hill Grove Mr and Mrs Riley Lab and Miss Lizzie Brown spent lust Sunday with Mr and lIrsi Tom Miller Mrs Mollie Epperson and daughter Miss Nettie Basham of Louisville spent last Sunday with Mrs K T Biadley Miss Sarah A llurdesty was overcome by heat last Sunday while conning home from church but is convalescent Miss Rosa Sipse spent lust Tuesday with Miss Lora Downs Misses Myrtle and Eula Pratlur Frank Downs Gus Newton and Clayton Bradley attended the social given by Mr and Mrs Dock Adams at their home near Irving- ton Saturday night Mesdames Mary Lamb and Rna Sipso spent lastTuesday with Mrs Lizzie Brown K Its not too much trouble Do you happen to know A young man round hero Named Judge Stubbyto Of SgueetemHuggem Or Cleanem8cMikbem Or that other great firm tf Loren i CoT l For Female Ills You should take for female ills a medicine which acts on the female organs and functions Cordul is not a mans medicine It is for women Its pure heal lag curative vegetable Inpredl eats go direct to the womanly organs relieve their pain and inflammation and build up their strength Tongue cannot tell writes Miss Nola Smith of Sweetser lad what WIRE OF and spent Louis Prathor at ned y Miss Miss the The has took ter dul Now third has spent lett ChuB Louihe the visiting Mr Little l spent Vine Gurton Sipse night mother lett Miss Chits ills 1s8 CARIJUNow Mr ned ModleyI Mrs From UNCLE REMUSSTHE HOME Judge StubbyBy ALAN S J Im In M defendant A mot serious one Of a loving assault In Fan vi Face Which plaintiff denim 80 often occurs It happens each night In the- vary same plac I Young Judge Stubhytoi Tile trial would end In a moment or to For hod tint mo lull thltOne sweet good nisht kin Which Iu waited to pay for Uhour or soy r I THE MERRY WIDOWCOP- YRIOITT190Z 4 VALSE LJr CQAPPrn 6c Co LTD From the Opera tiThe MerryWldow By FRANZ LEHAR CHENAULT Deferred from Last Week G B Cunningham went to Louisville Wednesday with ti nice lot of hogs v Mr and Mrs J C Brodie spent last week in Louisville Mr and Mrs T B Warren spent Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs G B Cunningham Mrs J F Jarboe and Miss Annie Manning left Tuesday for St Joseph Daviess county to at tend the exercises- D C Walls of lIardinsburg spent a few days of last week the guest of Miss Margaret Stallman Wo are sorry Mr Walls will not be with us this winter but will teach the fall term at Custer which is the second largest school in the county Jim Brodio who has been the guest of friends and relatives for few days has returned to Louisville Mrs Dr Popham who has been the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Bud OBryan near Mooley ville left Saturday for her homo in Union county accompanied by her sister Miss Ruth OBryan Mrs Guy E Burch and chil dren of Louisville who have been Weak Kidneys Weak Kidneys surely point to weak kidney Tho Kidneys like tho Heart and the Ires find their weakness not in the organ but In tho nerves that control and inildo strengthen them Dr Shoops Restorative la medicine specifically prepared to reach these tIQIltrolUng nerves To doctor the Y1dnoys alone II tutllo It Is a waste of time and of money as WellIt your back aches or Is weak U the urine Molds oris dark and strong ifyouhave symptoms el Bright or other distressing or dangerous kid- lay disease try DrShoopsUestomttvoamont- hblotsorltQuldand see what it can and will for you Drurelst recommend and sell Dr Shoops i flestoraiiveALL DEALERS the guests of her mother Mrs Tula Frymire returned home Monday accompanied by little Miss Laura Bosley lQloomington attend the commencement of his sonin law Carl M Heim Born to the wife of Mr H S Cunningham a daughter June 8 Women loves a clear rosy complex ion Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood clears the skin restores ruddy souud health Visited Cloverport C E Bruce of Oklahoma and J H Glasscock of McDaniels were the guests of Mr and Mrs J E Keith Friday The News office was made happy by a brief but most pleasant visit from Mr Glasscok He is the kind of visitor that folks like to meet and the News force hopes he wii repeat his trip to this city A Contended Woman is always found in the same house with Ballards Snow Liniment It keeps every member of the family free from aches and pains it heals cutsburns and scalds and cures rheumatismneuralgia lumbago and all muscular soreness and stiffness 25c 50c and 100 a bottle Sold by A R Fisher HARKED Rev B W Hardin filled his regular appointment at Ephesus SundayMr Henry Collinsworthand family have moved to town Miss Ora Black and Mr Ransom Dowoll wore the guests of Myra Macy Sunday afternoon Berry picking is the order of dayMessrs W W Brookshire O P Deal and L W Brown of Kingswood passed through here Saturday enroute to Louisville to attend the Suuday School Couven tionMr Robert Davis of German town called on friends here Sun day Mr Robert Weatherford and I L daughter Bessie weut to Har dinsburg Thursda- yCOMFORTING WORDS Many a Cloverport Household Will Find Them So To have the pains and aches of n bad back removed to be entirely free from annoying dangerous urinary disorders is enough to make any kidney sufferer grateful To tell how this great change l can he brought about will prove com forting words to hundreds of Cloverport readers Mrs A F Alms 613 locust St Owensboro Ky says I have used Doans Kidney Pills with goodresults aud my husb HId also received benefit from their use He had been subject to an extreme lameness in the small of his back that made every attempt to s oop or straighten one extreme pain Read ing of Dorms Kidney Pills he procured a box took them according to directions a id was entirely cured of his trouble We have every confidence in Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole acents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other Englands Day April 23 Is n memorable tiny In Eng lisp history To begin with it Is the day dedicated to the patron saint of England St George It wns through the crusaders that St George was thus selected He was born in Cappn doclo and later his bravery against the Romans became a military tradition hence tthe regard for him on the part of the English warriors who en gaged in the crusades On this day also Shakespeare Is reported to have boon born and died Lator In 1001 Charles II was crowned thug on April 23 Lastly Wordsworth died on this momentous dny London Standard One Gone line gave his wife n toy terrier didnt beT Yes and she gave him an English bulldogSo of them has a dog now NOhe has oneSt Paul Pioneer Press A wrong Is sometimes nothing more serious than n man clamoring for a entltledXtcUlaon bSV Animal Life The whale lends nil animals In poin of longevity his age bolug placed con- servativelyI at SOD to 1000 years The tortoise comes next with tin age 1111111 extending from 100 to 200 years The elephant the camel the engle and the crocodile are each credited with 100 years and upwnrd The cnrp Is tin elusive creature Its ago having been figured at from seventyfive to loyears Tigers leopards jnguars ant hyenas live some twentyfive years I confinement and probably much longo In the wilderness Swans parrots and ravens live 200 years pelicans forty to fifty years hawks thirty to forty geese eighty years monkeys and hub oous sixteen to eighteen squirrels and rabbits seven years queen bees four years working bees six months and drones four months Minneapolis Jour nal Get my Book No4 For Women It will give weak women many valuable suggestions of relief and with strictly coifidenial medical mlviie is eitiiely free Simply write D Sho p Racine Wis The book No 4 tells all about Dr Shoops Night Cure and how these soothing healing antiseptic suppositories can be successfully applied to con oct these weaknesses Write for the book The Night Cure is sold by All Dealers Catching Deer by Hand This red deer said the keeper0 was caught by hood But a red deer Is the fleetest of the fleetRight you are but this fellow was caught by hand all the same It is II feat that Is often done In the winter In the still woods choked with snow You see a deer and chase It Getting confused It soon deserts the firm deer paths or runnings and then It is help less It flounders terribly up to Its neck In snow You hurry toward It Murder and harder It struggles more and more tired It becomes In a very little while It is so exhausted that you can go and take It up as though It wore a baby The swift strong healthy creature Is as weak and helpless as a bnbeNew Orleans TimesDemocrat At Versailles And Estill John D Gregory left yesterday for a short visit to his daughter Mrs R N Hudson at Versailles After spending a few days there he will go to Estill Springs Mr Gregory thinks that his visit will prove very beneficial to him physically Theres nothing so good for a sore throat as Dr Thomas Electric 011 Cures it in a fewhours Relieves any pain inany part I I t iVpear V I IJ I f I 1t y s a f liiU I n r J I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday- S ihsmption Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money la advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please 1 usWhen ordering a change in the iddress subscribers should givei their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGEStWEDNESDAY JULY 1 1908 dN dDoI1IIHISTRJ11IfIE EtSecretary and Mrs Taft have said a word from which it is possi ble to get with fair definiteness their views of the responsibilities and duties that attach to the administrative lifer the wife for her part and the man for hisIThe Republican candidates conception of the the duties of tbe President and of his bearing in office are what might have been ex pected from Mr Taft by those who have watched his course as a worker in the Cabinet of Mr Roosevelt Ho is democratic and iis not afraid to let it be known Ho says The President should be always near the people iin thought and as near them in person as his position will permit In common with the people he is human and he must ask their charity for his mistake When they have ceased to believe in his sincerit and uprightness of purpose his is a cheerless task Once convinced that he has divined and is carrying out thei real wish neither elated by any outburst of applause nor diverted by any outburst of censure he must proceed unwaveringly always byu lawful methods to the accomplishment of the popular willst It has been known that the Republican candidate was in sympathy with the progressive policies of his party He makes assurance doubly sure in this which he has just said A President at this time bas work before him clearly defined The enforcement of the law equalh I against high and low the powerful and the weak should be his firs thought The danger to our country from laxity or favoritism in thisII is the greatest one we have to face The wife of the Secretary who is likely to be the President was asked if when in the White House she would interest herself in national politics She gave an American womans answer As tin wife of Mr Taft I would interest myself in anything that vitally af fected him or in which he was absorbed I do not believe in a woman meddling in politics or in asserting herself along these lines but I think any woman can discuss with her husband topics of national interest i and in many instances she might give her opinions of questions with which thorough study and contact she has become familiar The official and home life of the Taft administration it seems to bear close resemblance to that of another administration of which tin country has approved Chicago Evening PostIStand bv the men who stand for the rightIWe are glad there is another convert in this county to the nor use of money and whisky in elections A glorious soaking rain made everybody glad last Monday Il was worth thousands of dollars to the farmers In behalf of the people of the entire county the News extends to Judge Weed Chelf sympathy in tho death of his beloved wife Not only the United States is for Taft but the whole world is forI him His name and fame is worldwide and no man has a higher standing Wheat in this section is not turning out as well as was expected It is about a twothirds crop Local mills are paying SO cents and say it is grading up well The Henderson Packet Company close the saloons on all their boats today They say the saloon is a menace to their business and to their patrons along the river They have cut it out William Jennings Bryan is credited with this bon mot Thei man who trios to conduct his business without advertising is like thei follow who throws his sweetheart a kiss in the dark Ho knows what he is doing but no one else does One of the best things in the Republican platform is the tariff plank It is a declaration that means something and always the same something to everybody The tariff is the issue in this campaign If you havent read this plank in the platform get it and read it The largest gathering of tobacco growers ever held in Kentucky has been planned by Secretary Newman of the State Fair It is pro posed to make September 18 Tobacco Growers Day at the State Fair and nil members of various associations arc expected to be there on that day for a big demonstration in the interest of the growers It is hoped that this gathering will prove a great success from the standpoint of numbers and in all other respects I shall offer no man one dollar or one jug for his support says Judge Honry DcIIaven Moorman in his announcement as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney in this the Nineth Judicial District t This has the right ring the true ring and we congratulate the young man on his courage It is as he says a step toward higher politics higher morals better government and greater respect for law and or der We believe Judge Moorman means just what he says Ho is truly convicted and converted to the higher ideal in politics and in seeking the support of his people for oflice he proposes to carry these ideals out He has tried the old way and found to his sorrow that there is nothing in it Wo are glad to see this awakening in the young men of our country Grover Cleveland never said a truer thing than that Public office is a public trust This stand of Judge Moorman should draw to him the support of all good citizens of all parties If you want to get money and whisky put of politics and offices the thing to do is to stand by the men who areabove their use I GREAT LANDOPENING WEST A number of exceptional opportunities are now being offered by the Government for enterprising and intelligent farmers to secure choice fams on a dozen or more large irrigated projec which ae nearing cooifletoti j Owing to the rapid narrowing of the unbccupied public domain it is oubtful if these opportunities will ever occur again It is probable therefore that th West will see oue of the greatest fin- fluxes of homeseekers in 1908 that bas witnessed in many years The great fertility and wonderful crop yields from irrigated lands and the favorable terms the Government offers settlers warrants the b lief that before rear closes not a single farm will I e without its entryman These farms are located In North Dakota Montam Wyoming and Nevada- A letter addressed to The Statistician U S Reclamation Service Washingtor C will secure full information con the location soil climate crop possibilities and terms of disposal State Of Ohio City Of Toledo 1- Luus CountySS Frank J Cheney makes oath that he IJ senior partner of the firm of K J Cheney Co doing business In the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that lIald firm will pay the sum of ONE IIUNDIIK DOLLEKSfor each and every case of Caturr that cannot bo cured by the use of lIulls Catarrh Cure PRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this flth day of December A n 1K8 Seal A W GLEAPON Notary Publl Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acts directly on the blood and mucou of the system Send for testimonial tree F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75a Take Halls Family Pills for constipation EAUTIFUL SERVICES I Irvington Missionary Day IA Glorious CelebrationLar e Crowd And Fine Dinner The much talked of and planned for Hssionary Day has come and gon caving its sweet memories with us and it was indeed a great and memorably lay The Rev Farringtons a- I1 whatII oclock and his explanations of the world is doing for Baptist Mission wringing the work down from its largestI to smallest scope including the Southern Baptist Convention State Work uociational work local church nnd other churches in the town and community ought to arouse the Missionar spirit in each Christian thinker The free will offering was very good but not as great as expected Over one hundred dollars was given Miss Euli 3en ley Breckenridge County daughter who has consecrated her life and educated herself for Foreign work anel will take passage for China early in August was here and gave a most nteresting talk in regard to her call tc the foreign field In answer to a call or volunteer workers made by the pastor at the close of the sermon Miss teulah Mudd a sweet spirited young woman of only sixteen summers came forward and told the people why she felt impressed to carry the precious word of our Lord where it is not heard hechurch and community at large are proud that one of us will go as a weet messenger to explain the sweet iest story of love the world has ever known while we who are left behind aud we are not so highly favored may have the delightful privilidge of sending horAt noon a most sumptious repast was served in the shady grove adjoining Mr Frank Peytons home At 8 p m- Dr Prestridge Editor of the Baptist Vorld preached and at 4 oclock the rder of Baptism was administered to the following young people Katharine VimpIda Thompson and Mary Collins Mr Charlie Hill business manager of the Baptist Book Concern was here representing and taking subscriptions for the oldest denomination paper in the South The Western Recorder All Day Services The members of the Sunday School at Hardins School House gave an alll day service at their grove near the hurch last Sunday and a most delightful day was had Rev Mr Craig ofE Hancock county and V G Babbage t of this city were the speakers They have a thriving Sunday school at thatt lace with Mr Jackson as the superintendent Mrs Isom leads the singing ssisted by a good number of young people The good people of the neigh iorhood were on hand with their baskets well filled and at noon a fine inner was spread Best Paper on Earth Frank Kennedy was in town Saturday and called at the News office for ia hort visit Mr Kennedy said The News is the best paper on earth aud I eel that I am living in a strange coun letry when it does not come in my home r His words are appreciated and do mot good than he can ever realize 4 r 1 roJA It Get Ready fortheNext Fair September 1 2 and 3 Get ready for the FIRST DAY An extra effort to make the first day attractive Running and Trotting Races Every Day L Are You Coming to the Great RED MENSPowWow and Barbecue Hardinsburg Kentucky The Military Band Will furnish music for the occasion 200 pWpy In Prizes the The most elaborate ever prepared by any order in this part of the State will be for the remark able low price of 25 cents Wait until you eaten and then see if you dont say it is the best you have ever gotten at any picnic or barbecue anywhere Biggest Parade ever heldin this city will begin promptly at 730 oclock that morning This will posi tivelybe held Be sure and come Scores of Come and see them and you can find anything you want on the grounds The Committee is with some parties to give about two Balloon ascensions that day one in the forenoon and one in the afternoon and expect to have a Committee i Win AM 6 D J W Kincheloe advertised at Tar Springs will be found on the ground NO BOGUS ADVERTISING MOVE Other amusements too numerous to mention Dinner 25 cents with Coffee Hotel Dinner 50 cents Prize for Contest ONE STAY AT HOTEL We mean to give the best of to the public 10 cents Every ticket counts for one vote in Russell Compton and Vivian Haswell received appointments to the State University at the recent The County Judge the County At torney and the County Superintendent are this week carrying out the provis ions of the new school law by redistrict ing the county so as to eliminate the pauper districts The law while it is designed to give bigger and better managed schools will work hardships upon those with a sparse populationFrank who has been visiting at Mrs John Moores near McDaniels for several days has returned to town Coleman Haswell has been at home several days Dee McGill and son Lonnie are here from Louisville for a ten days visit Miss Rosa Lou Ditto has returned from Centertown where she has been teachingFranklin Beard has returned from Falls of Rough where he a house party given by Miss Jennie Greene S APate left Monday to take charge of his work at the Hopkinsville Asylum Mrs Pate and the children will follow this week Much regret is felt at their leaving as they are citizens whose going is a loss to the town Teachers Institute opens July 13 CONTAINS EMHEDYS Inthlrs IndOrSI It Sat July 4 Hardinsburg Ice Water Will be furnished FREE throughout day A 40 Gold Watch Ticketsone r dinner served have Attractions negotiating MerryGoRound Beard1 Barbecue at Tar Springs Everything WEEKS HARDINSbURG examination Hardinsburg JULY 4 ContestNemesius Arthur Drane of Webster has quali fied as guardian for Vernon and Hobart DraneGeorge Wolfe of Louisville spent Sunday end Monday here with his family who are guests of Mr and Mrs Morris H Beard Miss Ella Ahl is visiting Miss Min ie F Woolfolk of Brandenburg Miss Frances Smith is visitingI her sister Mrs Orren R Hardin near CloverportHollis of Webster was here Monday ou business The prospect of the Breckenridge Fair this fall is brighter each day Sept 1 2 and 3 will be red letter days In the history of the stock and farming interests of Breckenridge The priviliges I and concessions are being disposed of at better prices than were secured last year The catalogues of the fair contain 700 worth of advertising From the catalogue advertising alone an eight per cent dividend could be declared B F Beard is out again after a temporary indisposition W H Gibson and D E Deacon of Lodiburg were in town Monday A X Kincheloe is able to be about after an illness of three or four weeks Mrs John D Shaw and Miss Eula Hensley have returned from visits to Stephensport Brandenburg and Irving- tonI The Board of Education of the Meth HONEY AI ATIVE Chlldrln IIkl It Skating Rink 100x50 feet Dancing Pavilio- nllelryGoHound Popularity Contest Brass Band Popularity everything Admission Nielsen neighborhoods wasjattending odist Episcopal Conference of Kentucky began its annual session last night with an address by Bishop Hughes of Indiana After a two days session the district conference of the Louisville Districtwill begin a three days session A fine program is being rendered and Hardinsburg feels honored in enter taining such a gathering Frank Mercer left for Louisville Monday afternoon Vests in California tDear Mr BabbageKindly change the address on my paper from Seattle Wash to the address below We have just had the most pleasant trip of our lives having sailed on a large ocean liner out of Puget Sound through the Straits of Juna del Fuga out into the Pacific thence into San Francisco Bay coming in through the Golden Gate Mother enjoyed the trip very much Three days out of sight of land and just enough seasickness to make it inter esting With best regards I am Very 1JnoP O box 389 Millionaire Appreciative ro tj The News received a letter from Joseph Leiter Monday thanking the editor for tho notice of Ms wedding and saying that it was enjoyed by his bride This letter was quite a surprise and needless to say was appreciatedI AN- DOIIGH TastlS so good TA- Ry1l 1 t o OHItAewJl 1 II W1t MN1ws w swY u y MMsW tMu MIItalaIII OpkNa Konqa LuMlnCeulNf t+aru 11a bor+ iu ewtd arN J For Sale by ail Druggist w iiTl the Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 1 1908 11 Announcement Wo are nutliorlrcd to announce the HON BKN JOHNSON u 11 iiimllrtiito frreilectton to Congress butmjct to the action of the Democratic party awl voters generally For Commonwealths Attorney We are authorized to announce Judge Henry Dollu cn Moorman as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party PERSONALAND LOCAL All Oxfords at cost at Conrad Sippels James Younger has been ill since SundayIDr A A Simons was in Louisville last week- Go to Wittmers Garden July 4 for a good time- Chas Moorman of Versailles was here Sunday Eugene Haynes arrived from Durant I T last week Miss Florence Woods has been visiting at Addison Miss Margaret Wroe who has been ill is improving Picnic July 4 at Wittmers Garden Dance at nightL Hoffious Rafferty has been home from Louisville Chas Kiell of West Point has been visiting his family Mr and Mrs J J Dyer will leave soon for Philpot Ky Miss Zilpah Gilliland is visiting Miss Myrtle Neafus at Ekron Mrs James Stiff went to Union Star Sunday to visit friends Big celebration at Wittmers Garden at Cannelton July 4 Editor Roy Moorman of Hardins burg was here Thursday Wittmers Garden at Cannelton July 4 Big day for everybody Wallace Pierce of Louisville has been visiting his parents- T A Robinson of Delano Cal is visiting Mr James Stiff Mrs Polk and Mrs James Lewis spent Sunday at Irvington- All kinds of amusements at Wittmers Garden at Cannelton July 4 Miss Eudailey of Nebo is the guest of her sister Mrs B M Currie Adis Kramer of Evansville is the guest of Mr and Mrs Philip Kramer Miss Mamie Miller of Hardinsburg has been visiting Mrs Eugene Haynes Wm Lightner of Evansville was the guest of Miss Kate Moorman Sun day G B Howard and Frank Bogard went to Paducah Sunday for a ten days stayMrand Mrs Wm Wilson of Paducah were here the guests of his parents last weekRev and Mrs S C Bates of Marion Ohio are visiting relatives in the countyMrs Barrett of Owensooro is the guest of her daughter Mrs Byrne SeversMrs L W Johnson of Calhoun has been the guest of her sister Mrs J C EpleyMisses Eunice and Mona Miller of Owensboro are the guests of Miss Anne JarboeStephens Burks of Louisville is the guest of his grandmother Mrs W H Bowmen Mrs Flora Tate and son Harold of Evansville are visiting Mrs Marion WeatherholtLostGold shirt button set with a diamond Reward to finderMrs Chas Kiel city Miss Mary Jane Ditto will return to Russellville today after a visit to Miss Mildred Babbage Mrs Fallon has returned home from Seeleyville Ind after a visit to her son Rollie Fallon Mr and Mrs C S Lamb and family have returned from Paducah to make their home in this city Morrison Calhoon dentists once downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Monroe Coffie of Louisville has been visiting Thos J Miller Mr Miller ex pects to spend the Fourth at Cannelton Lawrence Murray Misses Eva Plank and Mamie DeHaven left yesterday to attend League Conference at Hender son today S F Porter of Louisville O Chris tensen of Chicago Miss Carolyn Simp son Miss Charlotte Ewing Evansville and Dr C F Marshall of Irvington are visiting at Tar SpringsIMiss Ruth Faith is visiting in Owens boroJohn Ridge has been visiting in Irv ingtonI all kinds of feed Julian Brown Miss Fronie Dean spent Sunday at SkillmanMr Mrs Toni Faith are visiting in IllinoisMiss Moorman is visiting in HawesvilleMiss White has returned home trom Memphis Tenn G L Ridgeway will be here from Cannelton next Monday Wm Jones of Daviess county has been visiting J T Daniels Mrs Dick of German Ridge is the guest of Mrs M Hamman Miss Flora Hardir of Holt attended the HaynesDavis wedding Mrs Marvin Beard of Hardiusburg who las been quite ill is better Julian Browns wholesale produce house is now opened for business Mrs H A Dawloy of Louisville at tended the HaynesDavis wedding Mrs M E Burdette of Owensboro is the guest of Mrs Mattie Collins Tom Leaf and family of Tobinsport have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Fred May Wm Hensley went to Glenceaue Thursday to see his granddaughter Miss Elnora Robertson John Gregory and son Harold were here Sunday from Louisville to see Mr Ed Gregory who is ill Miss Lena May will leave this week for Louisville to be the guest of Mrs Harry Hamman and Mrs Bou flier Miss Louise Babbage will go to Hen derson tomorrow to be the guest of Miss Mabel Hart and to attend the League Conference Mrs Lewis Adams and children Mary Lewis and Clarence of Louis ville are visiting Mrs David Wilson and Miss Evelyn Adams Mrs Owen Sanders and children re turned home to Evansville Monday after a visit to Mr T N Brickey at Mattingly She was accompanied by Mrs Frank r Philip Wittmer Sheriff of Perry County and brother Wm Wittmer of Cannelton were here Monday distribut ing advertising matter for their July Fouth celebration The prosecution of the Common wealth against Henry Spencer charged with detaining Mrs Sanders against her will on the public highway was called for trial before Squire Bates on yesterday and the trial was not concluded as we go to press WHO CAN BEAT HER Mrs Chas Fisher of Glen ieane has 100 young turkeys and she wants to know if any one has been more successful than this in the turkey business If so write the News SUN ECLIPSE Viewed By ManyEvent Oc curred On Time The palefaced moon in his race with old Sol in his burning June dress came about halfway getting the best of the old man for nearly four hours Sunday morning When the eclipse was at its maximum probably a little over one half of the suns orb was obscured by as much of the moon which through smoked glasses presented the aspect of a burning halfglobe The event Sunday did not vary from the scheduled time as set by the astronomers of the world To the few who took the trouble to view the eclipse from the beginning the shadow of the moon moved upon the suns surface from the South This began between 830 and 840 oclock and at 1030 the eclipse was at its maximum passing from the suns surface entirely about 1215 oclock At first the sky was clear and and it was with difficulty that persons could view the eclipse but shortly after nine oclock clouds covered the surface of the sun and the view through smoked glasses was excellent CourierJournalMany Cloverport especially the old people observed the beautiful phenomena and it was worth taking the trouble to see It has been twenty years since a partial eclipse of the sun Scott r Emulsion strengthens enfeebled nursing mothers by increasing their fleshand nerve force It provides baby with the necessary fat andmineral food for heo thy growth ALL DRUGGISTS BOo AND 100 I JI GREAT CLEARANCE SHOE SALEIn order to make room for Fall Stock I will offer the public somn great bargains in Footwear Mens Oxfords One 4go4 Clearance Sale at One lot f350 values go in this Gre t Clear ance Sale at 8300 275 Ladies Misses and Chil drens Oxfords One lot 3 values go in this Clearance Sale at- One lot of 250 values CO in this Clearance Sale at One lot 2 values go inI this Clearance Sale at 235 215 160 sgoI Clearance this gin CONRAD SIPPELThe Shoe Man Cloverport Ky u u How do You get Your Water teaThere are Ways to Do = o Are you using modern labirsaviug convenient weUffor you the windlass or rope or pump or cistern and tote water pail from If you using these unhandy oustopand think aboutit methods you springII Howard System for Domestic Water small first cost you have this and after doing a few minutes work morning it enables you to fresh cool water flow direct from cistern or spring to any part house is desired or premises by simply opening the vave at the haveII AH the work for the day may done at by special air pump that is easily operated hand garding If you will system write us will gladly furnish you full handII lTHE HOWARD CO Cloverport Ky1 J I Important MrJno W fiord expert repair man addition our jewel ry department Bring your broken ches and Jewelry Severs Drug Co Henderson Route Notes Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L A L Triennial Convention Sunday School Association Louisville Ky June 1823 For this occasion 3 round from Cloverport June and Good to return June Cloverport to Atlantic City and return July Aug 0 Aug good to return days from date sale Old Point Cotnfor i return from Cloverport 1550 Tic sold July unit Aug 1 good to return within days including date sale National Convention Prohibition Party Columbus O Reduced rates Columbus and return trom Cloverport account above occasion Tickets to sold July 10111213a- nd good returning July Special Excursion June 150 round trip Cloverport Louis ville and return Special train leaves Cloverport 2 Saturday night arriving Louisville 540 m returning leaves Louisville 9 p m June Fourth July Rates Reduced fares for round trip July 3 and 41 good return July 6 New Merchant Mr Allen Louisville will this city early date to open mercantile store Oelzes halls Main street Showers Welcomed- The heavy showers rain that fell here Monday relieved the hot spell and freshened every thing considerably The rain was needed throughout the county and it is hoped it rained ever corner as it did here ILot of Ladies Mens Boys Misses and Childrens Shoes Sale at- One lot 3 values i this Clearance Sale Ore 2 values thie Sale at- One 2 values go Clearance Sale nt- One lot 150 values this Clearance Sle at 265 225 200 160 II5 n It a do use bAckbreaking in your in a your are At a can each well point where be one time a with one we information our l MFG J r J an is an to bat to H St trip 14 15 16 17 18 26 30 13 15 of nd et to be 15 15 of be 14 24 27 to 10 a 28 of to of arrive in at an a in one of on of in go ii at lot 50 go in lot in I rll 1 m + I Wants 1 + rs + poll HKNTA JurnisliKl room In a resl cuiirtiilfiit to business purl of town and depot Apply in tin News ofthr haft SAJK- pltlNTlNU Presses and Cuttlnv machines and one lot of rued Laundry umchlnas usolhleEnItIIlstreetLouisville utTnrSWAN TKI To srlltOO fret of first class WrltoTI I For Farm Gardeng Tobacco Distributes and Dry Pow der Paris Green to Per fection For Sale By McGlothlan Piggott Irvington Ky Agents for Breckenridge County Public Sale The undersigned as Administrator of the estate of ISSAC Blair deceased will on Saturday June 27 on the premises of the deceased near Balltown Ky sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder the personal property of de cearecl also one half interest in corn mill TermsSale will be on a credit of 6 months notea with approved se curity except sums of 500 and under cash in hind V G Babbage Admr Third Wife Dead The third wife of Jim Webb colored died oi Consumption Friday and the funeral was held Saturday afternoon Webbs first wife is dead too and his second wife is still living 4thofJulyW- ill be here this Saturday Going to celebrate Let us help if in need of any wearing apparel OxfordsStraw Shirts PantsCoatless Suspenders J C NOLTE BRO CLOVEHPOKT KY Cadick Milling Co r IDon1t I t nt need Us of 11Foundry 1 Machinett JJw workii carry n full line of Plumbers Supplies Mill1 Sup plies The best Paints and Floor Finishes Oils Greases Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Order I Once a Customer Always Oneij J JfoundryJ f 1rr af tP u B V D UnderwearLawns LawnsDimity DimityFans Parasols This Refers To CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR Those who have used it are telling their friends about it Those who eat it are in quiring what brand of flour was used to make such delicious bread cakes and pies Join the happy throng that uses CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR GrandviewIndiana BANK OF CLOVERPORTIncorporated U UU u Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Safe Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones undwe appre ciate your business and influence Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVEPPORT KY u = =r IIt CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL I 1 GREGORY CO Proprietors- Will i do Custom Work We sell Flooring Ceiling Cedar Shingles Laths Lime Plaster Hair Doors and Windows Can make plans of building furnish all material and give estimate of cost Our Material is the Best and Prices Low t 7 4 F Food lAwsHave never affected our drinks in any way They were pure Y before we had Pure Food Laws 1 FOR SALE BY 1I Cloverport T F Heyser Weisenborg Noble C L + f Sippel N II Quiggins W B Oelze e1 CtT Hensol lrvington J Duggins Harncd IatirID tingly Bros Kirk N 11 Crews Co McQuady T G gm Morgan Co Stephensport J Carr Bottling and Manufacturing Works Hawesville Kentucky = = = l F NEEDED THE BRUSH The Finishing Touch to Eli Whitney Cotton Gin Eli Whitney who so long vexed his 4r ruIover his first and mightiest Jnven Lien the cotton gin was aided In his success by the quck wit and Insight 01 m woman In Old Paths and Legends of the New England Border Miss Katherine M Abbott gives tho story U told by a granddaughter of General Nathaniel Greene of the consumma I Ilion of Whitneys experiment at the beautiful and hospitable Dungencss xm Cumberland island canopied with live oaks and olive trees Mrs Greene had become interested In Mr Whitneys enterprise and luvit IDungenesswhereand quiet were assured One morning he descended headlongI Into the drawing room from his workshop In the fifth story and excitedly xclaimcd The victory Is mineI In deep sympathy guests and hostess went with him to see the model In motion by which Whitney was to change the Industrial history of the world For a few moments the miniature aws revolved without hindrance and tho separation of tho seed from the cotton wool was successfully accom pUshed but after a little the saws clogged with lint the wheel stopped and poor Whitney was in despair Heres what you need exclaimed Mrs Greene She seized a clothes brush and held it firmly to the teeth of the saws Madam said Whitney overcome with emotion and speaking with the exaggeration of gratitude you have perfected my Invention J ITheRemedy That Does IIDr Kings New Discovery is the remedy that does the healing others promise but fail to perform says MrsII E R Pierson of Auburn Centre Pa It is curing me of throat and lung trouble of long standing that other treatments relieve only temporarily New Discovery is doing me so much good that I feel confident its continued use for a reasonable length of time will restore me to perfect health This re nownel cough and cold remedy and throat and lung healer is sold at Severs drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free THE HIPPOCRATIAN OATH I What Every Conscientious Physician Undertakes to Do First and last day and night he who has given himself to the cause of medicine sees the most sordid the most terrifying the most pitiful side of bus inanity says a writer In Appletons Magazine His training is In the slums where the elements of life mays touch oven the lowest and basest His service IB demanded In sickness and pain and his final act as Irrevocably as the rising of the sun IB to close the eyes forever of others even perhaps those whom he brought into the world He is the pottteMor of secrete the repository of sorrow Into whatever house 1 enter I i sickiWith purity anti holiness I will puss my life and practice my art So ran the oath administered by Ilippocrattni to his students almost five centuries before Christ and so still stands today the physicians ideal Medicine then partook of n character of holiness for the student too swore to reckon him who taught me this art equally dear to me as my Iparents to look upon his oil spring In the same footing as my own brothers and to teach them this art If they shall wish It without fee or stipu lationCan any one today with tin Inkling of the life of the disciple of medicine doubt that the spirit of this ancient oath IM rigidly observed In its practice or that an Illpjiocrates dictated L0i ywir uio Whatever In connection with my professional practice or not iIn connection with it I see or hear in tbr life of men which ought not to bespoken abroad 1 will not divulge as reckoning nil that should be kept so cretV SPIRIT LAND MESSAGES Do They All Really Come From Minds of the Living Perhaps all the so called messages from the dead come from living minds I mean the minds of those about us Dr Reed a friend of mine once nr ranged to go with a patient to have in test sitting with a very celebrated psychic who claimed to be able to rend sealed letters Just before the np pointed day Reeds patient died suddenly of heart disease leaving a sealer letter on his desk The doctor fully alive to the sin gular opportunity put the letter In hi pocket and hastened to the medium The magician took It In his band and pondered At last he said This was written by n man now in the spirit world I cannot read It There Isnt a medium in the world who can rend It but If you will send It to any per son anywhere on the planet and have It read and resealed I will tell you what is in it I cannot get the words unless some mind In the earth place has absorbed them That would seem to prove a sort of universal mind reservoir wouldnt it Isnt that a staggering hypothesis Hamlin Garland in Everybodys Maga zinc Boys Life Saved My little boy four years old had a severe attack of dysentery We had two physicians both of them gave him up We then gave him Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy which cured him and believe that saved his life William H Stroling Carbon Hill Ala There is nodoubt but this remedy saves the lives of many children each year Give it with castor oil ac cording to the plain printed directions nnd a cure is certain For sale at Severs drug store moonlight Many renders may not be aware of tho fact that the full moon gives sev eral times more than twice the light of the half moon They may be still more surprised to learn that the ratio is approximately as nine to one Pro fessor Joel StebbIns and F C Brown taking advantage of the extreme sensitiveness to light of a selenium cell measured the amount of light coming from the moon at different phases with the result above mentioned The rea son for the remarkable difference shown is to be found In the varying angles of reflwtlon iprostiited by the roughened surface of our satellite to the sun The moon Is brighter between first quarter mid full than between full and taut Uiirt r The cause of this Is evident In tin more highly re flective ehiirurtor of ttint part of the moon which lira west of Its meridian 00 Starved to Death is what could truthfully be said of man children who tile They have worms poor littl thingsthey riout know it and you dont realize it It your child ih cross fretful patty comjlexionel and loses weight for no apparent rmson ive it Whites Cream Vermifuge you will be surprised at the results and how quickly it picks up Sold by A R Fi her BUENOS AIRES An Orderly City In Which Affairs Are Well Conducted Things arc done well In the City of Good Airs There are good things to eat comfortable rooms to live lu places where a man can get his exercise and outdoor sport After the trop ics the gringo feels like n man who toIof a capable wide awake nell ar ranged city soothingly envelop him The cochoro knows where he wants to go the waiter knows what he wants to e Lt The mounted policeman In breastplate and horsetail helmet rides him back with the rest of the crowd and does It so quietly nnd with such sophisticated nonchalance that he promptly conceives a passionate ads miration for that policeman and his beautiful horse falls into the communistic pride common to all city dwellers awed is ready to declare that there is no other policeman so fine in the world The streets are clean and well kept and the buildings which line arcbIjtoctureimum aim minimum limits of height Everything Is near at hand The ho tel club bank drive the restaurants and theaters are all within so to say feeling distance And this physical compactness and neatness this con tinental glitter and activity sot here imslsllke combine to give the whole a curtain dlmlnutlvonose and cozy intimacy Theres n little old Buenos Aires too Arthur Ruhl in ScrIbners Magazine Accomplices- A rival to the celebrated Mrs Main prop Is to bo found In a certain New York street car conductor The other day a party of several women boarded hIs car They were not able to find seats together and two sat on tho op posito side from tho others The woman who paid the fares for tho group offered the conductor a half dollar neglecting to mention how many fares were to be taken from it Youre paying for these four here ho said Indicating those who sat In A J line with her or ane purse aua waving his hand in the direction of the two on the opposite sIde are those ladies implicated New York Times Tho Grave of Adam April 1 was marked on old calendars as the Memorial of Adam Tho orl entals relate that Adam when dying charged his children to bury his body embalmed with myrrh incense and cassia in the cave of AlKnnuz near paradise When they quitted the place they were to convey his body to the center of the earth whence would come salvation to his posterity ThIs is said to have been done by Noah and Melchizedek who reburIed him on the sacred hill of Calvary Chicago News Pleasant The two men talked for a time in the trainAre you going to bear Barklns lecture tonight said one Yes returned the other Take my advice and dont I hear he Is an awful bore- I must go said the other Im Barklns Positive Proof PatronHow can you tell whether a couple are married or not Hotel Keeper If he orders two whole por- tIons they are not If he orders one portion for two they are Judge Her Sweet Answer TomAnd when you proposed she gave you u sweet answer DIckShe- dId Indeed TomAh she said Ye- sDIckNo she saId Fudge Chicago News One should not sell his principles for kIndness or for compliments any sooner than he would sell them for cash Dallas News A Millionaires Baby attended by the highest priced baby specialist could not be cured of stomach or bowel trouble pny quicker or surer than your bahy if you give it McGees Baby Elixir Cures diarrhoea dysentary and all derangements of the stomach or bowels Price 25 cents and 50 cents Sold by A R Fisher Must Pension Themselves Domestic servants In Germany come under the law that obliges all persons below a certain Income to provide for their old age The postofflce Issues cards and stamps and one of these stamps must be dated and affixed tr the card every Monday Sometimes the employers buy the cards and stamps and show them at the postoffice each month Sometimes they expect tht servant to pay half the money re quired Women who go out by the day- get their stamps at the house thev work In on MondaysI If n girl nmrrtw she may cease to Insure and may have- a sum of moneys toward her outfit In that case she will receive no old age pension Rut if she goes on with hoi Insurance she will have from 13 to 211 marks 3 to 54 a month from the state after the ago of seventy Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Dr Shoopa Health Coffee is mAde from pure toasted grains with mall nus etc Really it would fool an expert who might drink it for Coffee No 20 HO minutes tedious boiling Made lor a minute says the doctor Sold by L C Nolte Bro IBOLIVIAN INDIANS The Majority Are Semiintoxicated From the Cradle to the Grave The Indian women of Bolivia are i usually superior to their lords in actual intelligence also in age as n rule They earn the larger share of their mutual living and take the lead in most things As recognized bead of the house the Bolivian Indian wife Is much more likely to thrash her comparatively timid spouse than he is to ill use her In the markets when produce has to be disposed of she can drive a far bet ter bargain than he could she can carry as heavy burdens endure as much privation and physical toll labor chew as much coca and drink as much strong drink Little or no money passes among the Bolivian Indians their mediums of Exchange being whatever they may raise or the labor of their hands They will eat when not hungry drink when not thirsty sleep when not sleepy anywhere and any time when opportunity otTers against the time of need as they say The majority are in a state of somilutoxlcatlon from babyhood to the grave alcohol being used on every pretext freely as their means will al low on occasions of births deaths and feast daysthe last named being remarkably frequent Boston Globe HIS COAT OF ARMS It Was Fairly Earned Since He De scended From a King A man applied to the college of hers aldry for a coat of arms says a writer in the Cornhill Magazine and was ask ed if any of his ancestors had been reo nowned for any singular achieve ments The man paused and consid ered but could recollect nothing Your father said the herald aid ing his memory your grandfather your greatgrandfather No returned the applicant I nev er knew that I had a greatgrandfather or II grandfather iI The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company tB F BEARDPresident M H BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier Beard Pays 3 per cent on time more Three per cent is as much as the best banks in this state pay and as much as any Packet CoIN- COnPORATEDI PASSENGER RATES Cloverport to 175 Cloverport to 175 Boats leave Louisvillo Mondays Wednesdays Fridays and Soturdays at 4 p m Freight shipped by this lins deS livered quicker than by rail Through rates quoted to all Ohio Cumberland Green Barren and Tennossee river points Write for folder General of fices 154 to 158 Fourth street Louisville KyT L BENNETT G F P A OEO H WILSON Supt Of yourself asked this creator of nothing remarkable of myself returned the man only that be- Ing once locked up In Ludgate prison for debt I found means to escape from an upper window and that you know is no honor in a mans escutcheon And how did you get down said the herald Odd enough retorted tho man 1 procured a cord fixed It round the neck of the statue of King Lud on the outside of the building and thus let myself down- I have it said the herald No honor Lineally descended from King Lud And his tout of arms will for you doI Heat prostrates the nerves In the summer one needs a tonic to offset the customary hot weather Nerve and Strength depression Youwill feel better within 48 hours afterjbeginning to take such a remedy asJDrJ Shoops Restorative Its prompt action in restoring the weakened nerves is surpris ing Of course you wontfget entirely strong in a few days but each day you can actually feel the improvement That tired lifeless spiritless feeling will quickly depart when using the Restora tive Dr Shoops Restorative will sharpen a failing appetite it aids diges tion it will strengthen the weakened Kidneys and Heart by simple rebuilding the wornout nerves that these organs depend upon Test it a few days and be convinced Sold by All Dealers A Sporting Event Mrs Teck Henry do you see anything In the paper about Blinker run nlng over his motlierlnlaw MrI Peel Not yet I havent come to the sport Ing news Puck The Poor Men NellA girl shouldnt marry a man I him she wouldnt want to marry him Philadelphia Record DO YOU GET ur WITH A LATHE BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable I Almost everybody who reads the news aoers Is sue to know of the wonderful In your cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver cali triumph of the nine teenth century dis covered after years of kidney and blad der specialist and Is wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid troubles and Brights Disease which Is the worst form of kdney trouble Dr Kilmers Swamp Root Is not recommended for everything but If you havekid ney liver or bladder trouble it will be found lust the remedy you need it has been tested In so many ways in hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement hr been made by which all readers of this pan r who have not already tried It may have o sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer this paper and send address toII nnnt regular fifty cent and Home of sR hoot do tar sizes are sold by all good druggists- Dont make any mistake but remember th name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swoop Root and the address Binghamton N Y fcoa every bottle 4 1 r 50000 5000 DIRECTORS Eskridge Kincheloe Robertson- B Beard II depositsno safely managed payLbLouisville Evansville REDUCED Louisville Evansville dignityI BelluI KllmerCoBlnghamton remedyit byDr Capital Surplus Richardson S S First State Bank IRVINGTON KY J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VictPresiden H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits W n DOWNER President A B SKILLWAN Cashier F L LionxroOT VlceVresldent Cius SKILLMAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGE BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid time deposits Business great and small solicited The Carlsbad of America French Lick and West Baden Springs Now reached by direct line of the Southern Railway Leave Evansville 7 am 2 pm Rockport 7 am 2 pm Cannelton 715am 2 pm 4 Tell City 7 2 pm Troy 7 am 232 pm Arrive French Lick10 5 pm Arrive West ndenIO am 5 pm Dnily Except Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS Evansville to French Lick 3 Rockport 2 Cannelton 2 Tell City I 2 TroyII to 2 E D Stratton Evansville Ind C Beam Jr A P A St Louis Mo p F t v v c-II THEY 1 Fifth Avenue I HOTEL I1 YV iKyi J lonlII district fromI cltVAEverything CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO iNCOXrOKATBD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk anywhere Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We put quick and satisfactory communication with the countryWeable Equipments and facilities unsur passed E CALDWELL IAS President LELAND HUME General Manager A Doubt Mudnm to the nursemaid who has Just brought home her four children from a walkDenr inc Anna how changed the children look since I last saw them Are you quite sure they the right ones Fllcgendo Blatter Tho Brides Disaster He found her lying unconscious in the kitchen But she opened her eyes feebly for a moment The cake fell on George she gasped and with that she swooned I again n- L Morris G W D S Dr A M C F W H on Ind 20 20 15 15 15 25 am 22 35 20 am 45 30 55 16 52 72 60 44 = me West Baden3 20 2 56 It 2 76 II 264 2 48 P A J G O The most centrally located and Brstclnss hotel In the city 1300 rate Only one block from tbe shopping aud blocks Ithe principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all pans of the neat and clean o e 1I ir almost In can you In I are Puck V To two T D WEBB Treasurer J W HUNTER Jr- Secretary iPain will depart in exactly 20 minutes is if one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets is taken Pain anywhere Remember lPain always means congestion blood pressurenothing else Headache is blood pressure toothache is blood pres sure on sensitive nerve Dr Shoops j Headache Tabletsalso called Pink Pain Tabletsquickly and safely coax this blood pressure away from pain centers Painful periods with get Instant relief 20 tablets 25c womenllby All Dealers y I P ITr1 ECCENTRIC STAMPS Blunders That Bring Joy to the Maart of Philatelists The fascination of stump collect lug sad n postal oillelul lies In the rare finds whIch are continually made and the curious points which some times make n stump of the face value of n few pence worth hundreds of pounds For Instance the twopence blue Mauritius stump which the Prince iof Wales bought at n public auction for 1450 was unique In one respect tbo proper wording on It Post Paid Mauri tins hull by u strange error been al tered to Post Olilce Mauritius Another stump which has been priced at several hundred pounds Is valuable for the mere misspelling of a single word It is a British Guiana Is sue worth just 1 cent but It is sought after by all collectors because the word Patlmusque figures on It instead of Petlmusque Again a one penny Cape of Good Hope stamp changed hands the other day for nearly 200 simply because In stead of being red as are all the others of this Issue Its color was blue Some years ago In Western Australia a few stamps were printed with the figure of a swan upside down upon them When the mistake was detected the Is sue was hastily destroyed Several specimens had escaped and one of them has been sold for 400London Tlt Bits lTHE SORROWFUL TREE Its Flowers Open at Night and Close With the Dawn of Day There Is n tree In Persia to which the name the sorrowful tree is given perhaps because It blossoms only In the evening When the first star ap pears in the heavens the first bud of the sorrowful tree opens and as the shades of night advance and the stars thickly stud the sky the buds continue gradually opening until the whole tree looks like one immense white flower On the approach of dawn when the brilliancy of the stars gradually fades In the light of day the sorrowful tree closes its flowers and ere the sun Is fully risen not a single blossom is vis ible A sheet of flower dust as white AS snow covers the ground around the foot of the tree which seems blighted and withered during the day while however it is actively preparing for the next nocturnal festival The fra grance of the blossoms is like that of the evening primrose If the tree Is cut down close to the roots a new plant shoots up and attains maturity in an Incredibly short timeIn the vicinity of this singular tree there usually grows another which Is almost an exact counterpart of the sor 1rowtul tree but less beautiful and rt J strange to say It blooms only in the daytime I IStrong Rooms lnnds strong room Is one of the largest In the world The foundation sixtysix feet below till street level Is a bed of concrete twen ty feet thick Above this Is a lake sev en feet deep and above that thick plates of Iron specially manufactured to resist both skill and force Any one attempting an entrance from above would find a similar bed of concrete a BOY TORTURED I BY AWfUL HUMOR Almost Covered with EczemaNo Nights Rest for Nearly a Year Feared Lifelong Disfigurement All Treatments Failed and Limit of Endurance Seemed Near 1 PERFECT RECOVERY IS DUE TO CUTICURA a J ft With the exception of his hands and feet my son Clyde thirteen years old was almost completely covered with eczema Physicians treated him for nearly a year without helping him any While they were very kind and did all m their power yet nothing seemed to relieve him And I had tried many rem edies sent to me by kind friends but they all failed His head face and neck were covered with large scabs which ho would rub until they fill off Then blood and matter would run out and that would be worse Many a time he looked as if his ears would drop off Friends com ing to see him said that if ho got well he would be disfigured for life When it seemed as if ho could possibly stand it no longer I decided to try Cuticura I bought a cake of Cuti cura Soap a box of Cuticura Ointment and a bottle of Cuticura Resolvent I used them in the evening and that was the first nearly a year that ho slept Thismay sound exaggerated to you but in the morning there about great change for the better In six weeks you could not have told that hohadoverhadanythingwrongwithhlmI and at present he has a fine complexion and not a scar on his body This story may seem overdrawn but neither words nor pen can describe Clydes suffering and how he looked Our leading physician Dr recommends the Cuti cura Remedies for eczema Mrs Alcy Cockburn Shiloh 0 Juno 11 1007 Frequent shampoos with Cuticura Soap and weekly dressings with Cutt cura stop falling hair remove crusts scales and dandruff destroy hair para sites soothe irritated itching surfacosthe roots stimulate with nourishment loosen tho mm scalp T skin and make the hair grow upon a sweet wholesome healthy scalp when all other remedies fall External and Internet Treatment for of Infants Children and Adults t Toomolete Scan 2Sc to Cleanse the Skin CKfiA to Heal the Skin and CUtlMlra ReMlvcnt for In the form of Chocolate- coatM Pula 25e perOOl of 60 to Purity the Blood Bold throughout the world Potter Drug ok Chem COrp jgffioBST Boston MaY Skin DUeaaetata CUticura nook on FACTSFOR WOMEN No other medicine has been so suecessfuLin relieving the suffering genuine PinkliamsVegetable Compound- In every community you will find women who have been restored to health by Lydia E Pinkliams Veg etable Compound Almost every one you meet has either been bene fited by it or has friends who have In the Pinkham Laboratory at LynnMassanywontananydaymaysee lion one hundred thousand letters from women seeking health and Here are the letters in which they openly state over their own signa LydiaEVegetableCompound from surgical operations VegetableCompound herbs without drugs and is whole some and harmless The reason why Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound is so successful is because it contains in gredients which act directly upon the feminine organism restoring it to a healthy normal condition Women who axe suffering from those distressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sijjht of these LydiaEto restore their health similar like and similar pi itus or iron The walls are Impenetrable while the I doors art one foot thick weigh four tots etch and are made absolutely nn drum hie The Imperial Ottoman bank Con stnntliiople hud a marvelous steel fort built upon n water liwtring rock and on top of the rock foundation Is a four foot bed of concrete The height Is over thirtysis feet length fortysix feet and width twentyfour The steel walls are surrounded by uiasonry and concrete sixI feet thick throughout while the whole comprises nearly thir ty tOilS of steel- FOUGHT UNDER WATER I Last of the Spanish Fleet at the Bat- tleiI of Manila Bay What was It like that battle of Ma nlla Bay do you ask The thunders of heaven would havo been lost In its din It was fierce and fast like the rolling of all the drums in the world or like bolts of he y sailcloth torn Into shreds by the wind What a picture It would makethat battle the last of the Spanish fleet the Don Antonio do Ulloa She fought sinking a foot a minute Gun after I gun went under and when tho last onset was made only her bow gun remained Its crew waist deep in water fought as though victory was crown Ing them It was theirs to Ore tho last gun upon that eventful day and we cheered them as they sank These are tho things men will write about but memory alone can paint a picture so terrible that the moon that old night watch of the universe hid behind friendly vapors that she might not seo the embers of war as they glared through the portholes and spon sons of half sunken ships while ever and anon exploding magazines would tear tho waters and flames of yellow and red flaunt above all that was left of Spains wreckage Surely Wellington was a Solomon when he wrote Nothing except a bat tle lost can be half so melancholy as a battle wonSt Nicholas AN AFRICAN RESCUE Saved From a Great Army of Ravenous Driver Ants In her West African Studies Miss Kingsley tells this story about the fa mous driver ants I was In a little village and out of a hut came the owner and his family and all the household parasites pellmell leaving the drivers in possession but the mother and father of the family when they recovered from this unwonted burst of activity showed such a lively concern and such unmistakable signs of anguish nt having left something behind them in the hut that 1 thought it must be the baby In him far cor ner for floorl shrieked the distracted parents and Into that hut I charged Too true There in the corner lay the poor little thing a mere inert black mass with hundreds of cruel drivers already swarming upon it To I dIstractedIt cry of Joy and dropped It instantly into n water barrel where her hus band held It down with a hoe chuc kling contentedly Shiver not my friend at the callousness of tho Ethiopian That there thing wasnt an infant It was a hamI Some Epigrams Tom Hood cast epigrams at himself In the face of death Ills wife was preparing n largo mustard plaster to apply to his shrunken chest My lear said Hood thats a terrible lot of mustard for a small piece of beef Sir Walter Raleigh expressed him self in n similar mood after he mount ed the scaffold Feeling the edge of the nx he said to the executioner This is a sharp medicine but it is a cure for all diseases An Italian nobleman probably be gulled by patent medicine advertisements I left this inscription for his gravestone 1 was well wanted to be better took physic and died Charles Knight suggested that Good Knight would be sufficient for his memorial tablet- A brother Scot who did not sympa thize with his peccadillos in life when asked to suggest an appropriate epi taph for Scotlands national poet said Ills aln names enough Robert Burns Koston Post Wholesome Advice For Boys Now you lads who want to leave school dont be In such a hurry to be earning something Think of the fu ture prospect rather than the present advantage The man who can do something really well whether It be the making of a table the building of a house or the writing of a book will- et seldom be unemployed IIt IIs the boys In a hurry win are little mil Hoimires on S shillings a week at fourteen and big loafers on not him at eighteen with no trade In their fingers and no prospect but the life of a day laborer Go slowly I nvsyoni- go Rather Hurry Is a dog tthat ofti 1 goes off on a wrung scent Pattinco and foresightI are two dogs which hunt together They are slow at tin ding but they are always In at the death London Scholars Own Spoiled Musicians Rubinstein disapproved of mnrrlngn for musicInns lust before his death he spoke sadly of his IJusslnn lady pu ills What have I wasted all my time on them for he asked Iirritably Every our married I Its too provoking Here they are spoiled forever for art life What did they study for The London Musical World remarks that those who ask why we have no grent lady composers may be left to think on title things A Nice Polite Man Theres sonic good timings In town this week said tin girl who was hint- Ing for an Invitation to the theater Well responded Mr Grouch I nlnt one of cuKansas City News book They Noticed Maude wrv afraid the girls wouldnt notice her engagement ring Did they Did thy Six of them recognized It at once Cleveland Plain Dealer Occupation Is the necessary basis of nil enjoyment Hunt TOLD BY HIS HAT The Way a Traveler Picked Out an Englishman See that man j the lately returned traveler remarked to a friend indliat ing an Individual I a little ahead of them Well I never saw him before hut Ill lay n good sized hot that lies an Englishman and moreover a Lon dower How do you tell the friend asked By the way he wears his hat was the reply Notice how it Is Jammed down on the head Englishmen espe chilly Londoners put on their hats for keeps No chance Is taken of being separated from a bowler Thats whit the derby is called over there And its the tame way with a top hat or a straw or a cap for that matter The American wears his hat lightly In comparison and so do the people of southern continental Europe The French for example have a penchant for hats that seema bit too small for them At any rate their headgear doesnt appear to be very firmly fixed It may be my fancy but an Italian al ways Impresses me as a bit uncom fortable in a hat At all events he likes to avoid wearing it whenever pos sible But your Englishman wears his hat thoroughly and seriously Its tilt ed back a little as a rule and the nearer It Is to his cars the safer he feelsJust then the man ahead drew a par per from his pocket It was the Lon don Times There what did I tell you was the returned travelers comment New York Press The Tibetan highlands of Asia have an area of 770000 square miles and range from 13000 to 15000 above time seaKiLLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryII I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TftOUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED I 1IM41lfYMr U11A1 I11k1 a 1dAIMA dM1 Bankrupt SaleIIIn the District Court of the United States for the West District of Kentucky Owensboro Division IIern Bankruptnof Dieckman BrothersInI Bankruptcy to an order of Court as trustee of the above named estate IIPersuant I Saturdy July It 081I at 1 Oclock pe m the property of said bankrupt at public auction to the highest and bidder the personal property and real estate located in Stephens IsellI Breckenridge county Kentucky will be sold at Stephensport real I IndianaIwill be sold onethird cash onethird on a credit of three months one I third six months The personal property at Stephensport Kentucky will be sold on a credit of three months excepting amounts under 5000 I withItwohorse road wagon appraised at 25 one top buggy appraised at 25 one Oliver typewriter one I appraised at 45 coal binding twine lubricating oil paint corn shellors wheat sacks flour sacks counter scales wagon scales at Home Ind platform scales Rome Ind telephone box and stock iin Roberts Bottom Telephone line harness etc I The real estate at Stephensport Ky consists of two lots adjoining each other on which is located the Diadem Milln flouring mill and a barn This tract will be divided into two par I remainderIestate of an undivided fourfifths interest and an undi vided fourninths of the remaining onefifth interest subject to the dower interest of Anna Dieck I man of lot No 71 conveyed to said bankrupts by Edmund Connor Said lot is of the appraised value of 96 I realizingII Bank of Hardinsburg1 Trust Co I TRUSTEE Hardinsburg Kentucky I AN INSECT TRAGEDY The Nest the Mother Butterfly Builds For Her Young There Is something really pathetic In the way a mother butterfly builds a nest for her children In the first place the little home where the eggs are deposited represents a groat deal of sacrifice for It Is lined with several layers of down plucked from the moth ers own soft body The eggs having been laid carefully upon this luxurious pretty couch are protected by an equally pretty coverlet made of the same material These butterfly bedclothes are often arranged with an intricacy that Is quite curious and perplexing Sometimes n bed Is made so that each separate dell cate hair stands upright thus giving the entire nest the appearance of a lit tie brush of downy fur Then again the eggs are laid spirally round a tiny branch and as the covering follows their course the effect resembles the bushy tall of a fox only the nest Is more beautiful than the brush of till finest fox that ever roamed over coun tryThe building of this downy nest is the latest earthly labor of the mother but terfly for by the time It Is completed her own delicate body Is denuded of its natural covering and there is nothing left for her to do but die a sacrifice which she promptly and heroically makes in the interest of the coming butterfly generation Working His Patient Ambassador Vu Ting Fang was once Ins alleged tolling about a cer talc selfish politician He said The man reminds me of a doctor of Shang hat A mandarin came to this doctor for advice He could not sleep bad no appetite suffered a good deal from de pression and nevertheless was takIng on fat at an alarming rate Well soon put you In condition again said the physician What you need Is exercise good hard exercise Four times a week you can come here and put In the morning polishing my floors But why not my own floors 7 the mandarin Inquired Mine said the physician are larger ra Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees f If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interested in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want It and let us introduce you to the plan who has the very property you are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you v want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together enablingbuyersJno D Babban vonueWoll11 750k5 acres on HurdlnsburK und 4 t of Sinking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwelling and a Rood bh barn 80 acres la oak and beech timber Tho oak timber Is Rood tie timber Ileceli never been worked Timber can bo Limestonelandtobacco und fruit Plenty Rood water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments FOR SALEA splendid stand for II druggist Rood town surrounded by goonprosperous farmers This Is Just stopIntoAn old ustuDllshod uhyslclau wants to retire Is tho reason for selling Igor further particulars address JNO U BAUHAGE Clover port Ky and3t95from Sample Improvements two onestory dwellings three big barnes hog house and blacksmith suop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 222 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all Rood size Plenty of Rood water the year round OnethIrd cash and Rood easy terms on balance CAfin 75 ucres situated 1H miles from 3 volt Joins Gabo PIerce Ridge land In Rood shape good fencluR ono Rood dwel 1lughouse a rooms 1 good cistern 1 barn 30x40 toot 1 neverfulling sprhiR two ponds This Is Rood tobacco wheat and corn land 20 acres In Umber wutto oak sugar tree and beech balance cleared Plenty of Rood fruit Good road to Stephensport SH miles and Rood road to Uol 1M miles This farm Is not worn out it is Rood land and In Rood Hz Just the farm for a man with a small family a onCloverport footandOO acresInbalance In state of Rood cultivation grass Two GoodltmostolleandwheatOnothirdcashS850 72 acro farm 44 mllos from Olo nowHagsmalldwellingsliouso and corn crib One Rood cistern und sulphurspring Inwoods20000pounds andr2are farmforuncutUmber ThisIsa small farm Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc Annual sales 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky 4 tiqiV 1 I Howard System of Water Works When you come to Hardinsburg i I to I the picnic on July 4 dont fail to seethe working model of the Howard system for domestic water supply that will be exhibited there It will interest you It will cost you nothing to see it and have its Operation explained Lookup iit The Howard Mfg Co- Cloverport Kyi CLIFTON MILLS c Mr and Mrs John Burkhart and son and daughter Engle and Nellie spent Sunday at Mr B J Coomes Chas Wright arrived home from Chula Vista Cal where he has beet for some lime Quite a number from here attendee church at Walnut Grove Sunday 1TYvv Haynes Davis Notes Mrs L T Reid was the first person to address the bride as Mrs Davis 000 The color scheme of the wedding was green and white The bride carried a gorgeous boquet of white roses 000 Mrs Davis gave her flower girls beau tiful gold pins 000 Mr and Mrs Davis received many handsome presents and several hundred dollars in checks from relatives who live in the East 000 The brides dress was an exquisit creation of light blue and was most be coming to her ooo Mr and Mrs Igleman accompanied the bridal couple as far as Holt 000 Mr and Mrs Davis will make thislr home in Louisville upon their return from the East W1 EPWORTH LEAGUE AT HENDERSON The Epworth Leagues of the Louisville Conference including all Kentucky territory west of Louisville nnd cast of the Tenn essee rivet is holding their annual mooting in Henderson There are about two hundred delegates present besides a largo number of visitorsA ofnna general committee of entertainment and arrangements and the subcommittees arc headed as fol lows Rudy Nunn chairman of reception committee Miss Ella M Smith entertainment committee v Miss Mary Hopgood committee on decorations Miss Jessica Mc Cnrtney local program committee Hugh 15 Fleece president of tIle League will preside at the meeting MOVES ON THE HILL Mr and Mrs Hillary Hardin have moved into the property of Mrs 11 K Moorman FISHING PARTY Mr and MM Marry Newsom chaperoned a jolly tishing party yesterday afternoon The guests voreMisse Annie Jarlioo Eunice find Mona Miller Hoilious Katferty StemIt JarboeJ and Colin Miller OUT OF THE GINGER JAR Once he culled her darling And wrote her three times a day Now theyre married he never Calls her anything but Say I When in doubt set another hen m Shorten the row by grinding the hoeRainbows can never be seen in bung holes Men who pay as they go usually do not go very often He who fears the storms spends many idle days in port Hot 1 Yes but its good weather for corn So cheer up The earthworm considers tho plow a harrowing calamity- It is well to plan the work but be sure you can work the plan Take time to grind your jack knife many farmers carry awfully dull knives in their pockets Open your heart to the sorrow of every man who comes to talk with you about his troubles Many workers are not satisfied on tho road to success They grumble because it is not a pike July Farm Journal f Tobacco Call Every tobacco grower of Brecken ridge County is urged to be present at a meeting to be held in the court house at Hardinsburg at 2 oclock on Saturday July 11 1905 Three questions will come before the meeting First shall Breckenridge county tie itself Ito the five other counties in the Green River Tobacco Association Second shall Breckenridge county form an independent Association governed lby fifteen farmers chosen by the member of the organizations Third unde prevailing conditions shall Brecken ridge join any association at the present time or will she wait until further developments This call is issued by direction of growers assembled Jun IS H DeHaven Moorman Sect Growers Cora How To Keep Water Cold Having tried it I recommend the following mode of keeping ice water fo a long time in a common pitcher says a writer in Womans Home Companio for July Place between two sheet of thick brown paper a layer of cotton batting about half an inch in thickness fasten the ends of the paper and batting together forming a circle then sew or paste a crown over one end making ta box the shape of a stovepipe hat minu the rim Place this over an ordinar pitcher filled with ice water making iit deep enough to rest on the table so as to exclude the air and you will be aston ished to see the lengthof time that the ice will keep and the water remain cold long after the ice has melted PRETTY DINNER Mr and Mrs D S Miller Jr gave a most pleasant but informal dinner party Monday night in honor of Misses Eunice and Mona Miller Among those present were Misses Irene and Annie Jarboe and Mr Colin Miller Free For the Asking The American Protective Tariff League is early iu the field with a document entitled The Vital issue Before the American People This is a reproduction of the great speech of Hon Joseph W Fordney M G of Michigan a member of the Ways and Menus Comuiittiee of Congress One copy will be forwarded free to any person sending postal card request ask iugfor document No 93 Address W F Wa kuutiji Secret Jy 339 Broadway New York Sometimes Worse A young lady was recently visiting nn editorial oillce and being shownI around by the editor Appro case of drawers upon one of which was the label MSS she said Now how would you pronounce that Oh said the editor sometimes we pronounce it muss and sometimes mess Llppincotts Magazine A Contradiction That young doctor is a queer con tradictionIn WRY lie has nn exceedingly good temper slid yet he Is lacking in patients Baltimore American Courtwy is an assot churlishness a I iabllltyCUIcajio RecordHerald She Got the Chance Staylate 11 p InDo you really be love that absence makes the heart grow fonder Miss Cutting strangling a yawiu Im sure I dont know but Its up to you to give me a chance to find outChlcago News- Sympathy Young Actor My Faust seems to- be a failure Poor Goethe Fliegonde latter Succors hns a great tendency to conceal and throw a veil over the evil leeds of menDemosthenes An American Scholars Work It should be humiliating for English ten to reflect toot it was left to an merlcau Francis James Child to compile the live thick volumes of Eng ish and Scottish Popular Ballads which are familiar and Invaluable to- all students of this subject But self reproach Is forgotten in admiration of hIs work Child himself unfortunately did not live to finish his task How oer he was more than a scholar and an editor He was tho founder of a shoot and he had the gift of being able to transmit to others both his learnIng and his zealLondon Saturday Review His Fair Proposition Are you able to support my daugh ter asked the old gentleman You now sire has pretty expensive tastes nd I dont mind saying that the burden has been pretty hard for ine at times Thats Just tho point exclaimed lie prospective benedict If I marry her we can divide the expense Of course said the poets friend he has his faults but hes a true poet He gives his life to the service of the muses Yes put In the critic but he SUPPOSIlniPhiladelphia Press tJItN VWIIVIMOl MWM MrNAs 1NMrMNl 11 M- oII WANTEDI I wood Wages hood and work light No machinery sIsteam in peeling room Good board at 250 per week Christian familiesII I C L 20LIMIJ Cheapest In Price of- Subscdptlon Complete and Kentuckys Newspaper The greatest Presidential campaign of this generation will soon be in full swing Just now there is a most interesting fight on for the nominations Are you in touch with the trend of events in parties Are you acquainted the qualifications of the various candidates No newspaper in Kentucky is better fitted publish complete reports during the Presidential campaign Its reputation for fairness is supreme You must have a daily newspaper Our clubbing arrangement is very attractive The Breckenridge NewsA- ND The Herald Both One Year for 300 LouisvilleTimes is the livcst afternoon paper published anywhere It prints the news right up to the min ute Four or more editions every day Tho regular price of The Times is 5 a year but you can get News AND THE- Louisville Tmes oth One Year For If you will send your order to this paper NOT to The Times Seriously 111 The wife of Henry Frank colored who has been dangerously ill for sev eral days is somewhat improved She is at the home of her parents Dud Walker and wife BeardHARDINSBURG I1 Most Accurate In News Fearless both with to Louisville The th- eBreckenridge 500 Large Enrollment At Iron Ore Springs the United Brethren have a remarkable Sunday School and the average attendance every Sunday morning is seventy Soloman Hanks is the superintendent and how he keeps such interest aroused many Sunday Schools would like to knowIMisses Eva and Eliza May will spend the Fourth with Owensboro friends on Green River STEPHENSPORT Mrs John Shaw of Hardinsburg WitS the guest of her aunt Mrs R S Skill man last week Miss Eula Hensley of Hardinsburg made quite an interesting talk at the ladies missionary meeting Wednesday Miss Heusley will leave in August for the mission field iu China Mrs Harmon Driskel and children of Mattoon Ill were guests of Mrs Geo Driskel last week C M Payne of Hardinsburg was in town Saturday and Sunday Mrs H D Lay and little daughter left Monday for their home in Norfork VaMr and Mrs Chas Tinius were guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Milt Basham Saturday and Sunday Mrs Rhodes who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs Dr iNevitt was called to Irvington to tho bedside of her daughter Mrs Alexander Mr and Mrs Fonnie Rhodes of Brandenburg were guests of Dr and Mrs Nevitt last week Brown McCubbins and family will leave for California next week Mrs M L Roberts has returned from OwensboroSJohn and Fred Dieckman have returned from Illinois Mrs Fred Dieckman has returned from a visit to Lodiburg CHENAULT J C Brodie and wife who have been visiting in Louisville have returned homeMisses Sue Frymire and Laura Bosley are visiting friends in Louisville Mrs Kay Vessels of Rhodelia is vis iting her sister Mrs Richard Stnllman Mrs Lewis Jolly of Irvington was called to the bedside of her brother James Owen Cunningham who was so badly hurt last week He is getting along nicely Mr and Mrs Carl M Helm and sou of Cannelton lad arc visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Lewis Warren Mr fond Mrs Fonnie Rhodes of Bran denburg are visitors at Mr Bert Can ninghamsThieves broKe into the house of o F Jarboe and stole 487 Little Effie Jarboe who has been at tending school at St Josephs Academy has returned home Quite a crowd from here attended the show at Derby Ind Friday Mrs Tom Brodie who has been visiting here for some tints has returned to her home in Louisville Terrifying Work never hurts anybody said the Industrious Nina No answered Plodding Pete but Its most as bad to be scared as hurt Washington Stir Among lifes ups and downs the most annoying are keeping expenses down pad appearances up New Orleans Times Democrat The Proof is in the Comparison Particular people whose pride of name and pride in product goes into their stationery have preferred eMPW SKSKlO irre spective of price for over fifteen years Not the cheapening hurry of today but the old slow carefulmethods that make for fineness and permanence are still 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Gregory has been visiting in Tobinsport rr TWEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY A Library in One Book practical lary of English enlarged with 26000 NEW WORDS the International contains a History of tho English Language Guide to Pro nunciation Dictionary of Fiction New Gazetteer of Biographicalof Scripture Names Greek English eign Quotations Abbreviations Metric System Etc SUMO Puce COOO Illustration SHOULD YOU NOT OWN SUCH A BOOK WEDSTKR8 CotXKQUTE UlCTlUNABT lArg IL of oar abridgment ltegular and Thin r rrEdition mOPae liOOllliutratlou Writ for Dictionary WrlnUu Kr G d C MERRIAM CO Springfield Mass GET THE BEST u L If do ST l TIME TABLE EAST HOUND No 116 Dally Fast Train leaves Clovoruort 501 AM stops lit IrvlngUn and West Iolntonly arrive at Ixul8vlllo725 A M No 112 Tally Mall ana bxprws leaves Clo ver ort 1004 A M stops atoll way stations rrfvos Louisville 1245 p in Train No 114 Dully fast mall leaves Clo verport 450 p moo stops at all way stations east ot Olovorport except MystIc arrives at Louisville 735 u m Train No 148 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Clovorport 848 D m WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Evansvllle coacmmodatlon loaves Cloverport 600 a m stops at all way stations arrives Evansvllle 900 am j expressleaves t HawesvilloLewisport Maceo Owensooro Stanley Henderson and Evansvilletarrives St Louis 750 p m t Train No 113 Mull and Express dally ar rives Oloverport 7 HO p m Evansvlllo 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 115 daily St Louis fast train leaves Ole arrives Evansvillel35 Averport1106tPIII M stops at Hawesville Ovrensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains Ill 112 113 114 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars and tree reclining chaIr cars on trains 115 1 and 116 between Louisville Evansvlllo and St Louis Fordsvllle Branch r EAST BOUNDrTrain No2 dally except Pnday leaves FordsvUle 500 n rrivos Irvington 840 1 am Train No4 Dallv except Sunday leavesyFordsvllle 3 20 p m arrives Irvlnttton 520 s pw Train No 6 Sunday only 1 Fordtv1l1e6 ISO a TBOUIVDn903am r Train No3 Dally except Sunday leaves a Irvington 1100 am arrives Fordsvllle 245fpm Train No5 Dally leaves Irvington 650 p t ml arrives Fordsvflle 1015 D m