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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 1908 8 Paves NO4 6000 IN ATTENDANCE Largest Gathering in the History of Hardinsburg fleet and Do Honor to the Masonic Barbecue Last Saturday REUNION OF OLD SOLDIERS A SPECIAL FEATURE Hardinsburg August 3SpecialThe Masonic picnic at this place last Saturday was a big success every way Many people said it was the largest crowd ever seen here The committee in charge of these big affairs know fulll F well how to handle immense crowds provide attractions and keep everybody in splendid humor They advertise extensively and always have the attraction1 they advertise and this accounts for the enormous crowds that attend Good order is kept and there was not a single disturbance on the grounds Saturday Fully 6000 people were in attendance and a number of people accustomed to large gatherings estimated the crowd as high as 7000 and 8000 The Hardinsburg band rendered fine music The prizes were awarded as follows Miss Ella Ahl received the grapho phone a beautiful and pleasing prize x Alvin Skillman received the 10 prize for the best horse colt and Moses G Payne received the 5 prize for the second best John Kennedy won the first prize for the best mule colt and Percy M Beard received the second In the mule race John Alexander Jr of Buras had the winning mule and captured the first prize of 10 and Huse Alexander got the 5 saddle for the second best Tom Hook won the box of cigars for the best shot James Snyder for being the oldest Confederate soldier received five years subscription to the Breckenridge Domocrat Joseph Taul and J R Blair of the same age each as the oldest Federal soldiers received two and onehalf years subscription each to the Breckenridge News Mrs Richard Black received the first prize for cake and Miss Annie Lewis Whitworth received the second Mr and Mrs Hubert DeJernettes baby was voted the prettiest and Mr and Mrs Taylor Nixs was the second The following is the list of the old soldiers present CIVIL WAR VETERANS UNION c NAME IAGEI REGIMENT leol RANK I POSTOFFICE JSam Taul Roland Whitworth M N Robbins S T Smith C C Carman J F Stinnett Humphrey Roberts CW Phillips Wm P Carman Geo Condor Wm T Smith Martin Skaggs Franklin Nix Chas Heston Ben Macey Jas Frank Chas H Mattinglv Sam Harrison N JBall Clayton Beard B W Basham Wra Ahl E L Johnson R A Pate H L Burdette H B Head Jos L Taul Ward Kinnison Hiram Blair JC Mills J R Blair B J Lucas Bion Johnson G N Harrington Jas T Lane E F Miller Gabe Jupin Miles McCoy Robert Winton DW Henry Chas Blanford Leonard Mattingly Charles Sipes JWD R Murray BrowntlTerry Bright Robert Meador I J HIMoredock 5 M Mattingly Shade Nicholas j1t Thos Simmons Thos J I J nfuss L Jas Snyder H D Moorman Ira Weatherford- Chdstit Ball Payton Eskridge DR Murray Willis H Frank Dick Wales tLH Kincheloe ft Chas H May Iitt VBenFBewleJ1 ffJasB R A Tucker Eskridge Stinnett Geo W 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Hardinsburg II I I I I I Ijj Ii STATE TROOPS I IL Bowman I B1Ilurray 4 I 1 4 iCloverportii- Hardinsburg i I Garfield nII I Cloverport4 b lHardinsburg lO Garfield 000Hardhisburg Irvington Cloverport q Hardinsburg I t1 Y- u JOHN DAVID GREGORY SUMMONED Born Reared and Always LivedI in Cloverport Well Known And Loved by All MASONS CONDUCT FUNERAL John David Gregory died Friday af ternoon at 330 oclock at his home inI the East End Mr Gregorys had not been perfect for sometime and during the early summer he went to Estill Springs thinking the trip woul help him However he came home little benefited and ever since was ill His death was quite sudden caused from complications Mr Gregory was Lora November 5 1839 in Cloverport and his entire life was spent in this city living within a stones throw of his childhood home Though it is saiduA man hath no honour in his own country Mr Greg ory was truly loved and respected by his townsmen He had many friend ships with persons in town that had taken root when he was a boy and were never been broken until death came The Gregory home since Friday has been visited all hours of the day and night by friends of Mr Gregory who deeply sympathize with his family- A reliable substantial and successful business man was Mr Gregory For many years he was wharfmaster having succeeded his father the late John Gregory and in later years ho has been owner of Gregory and Companys lumber mill He was also connected with other business enterprises Mr Gregory was a Mason and a member of Methodist church for thirtyseven years September 11 1866 he married Miss Eliza Ryan and they have reared the fol lowing children Ernest Gregory Mrs R N Hudson Mrs Fred Fraize and Mrs E C Brice All were in atten dance at the funeral which was post poned from Sunday until Monday mor ning on account of Mr Gregory and Mrs Brice and her children who came from Arkansas The Masons conducted the funeral in most impressive manner from the home of the deceased the Rev B M Currie making a few brief but very comforting remarks The music was rendered by several friends The Interment took place in the Cloverport cem etery and the pallbearers were D H Severs W C Moorman Fred D Ferry Chas B Skillman Dr J T Owen and R Fisher- Men Who Are Doing Things Dr R L Lewsom is spending 25oo S on the imptovemeut of the Turnpike Road 000 Wallace Babbage and Edmund Wroe who have been taking a teachers training course at Knoxville Tenn have returned to their homes in this city 000 The Rev James T Lewis has resigned his charge with the Baptist church at Stephensport He had served there seven years and it was with reluctancy that his members consented for him to leave Rev Lewis was called to Glen deaoe and he preached there Sunday A more consecrated man to divine work surely has never lived than Rev Lewis He is decided and firm in all his views of life He made an excellent talk Sunday a week ago Vt his church in this city In brief he said one great fault with the majority of people they allow human reason to stand first before considering Gods judgment He prayed and talked earnestly that all the men of Cloyerport would vote for local option in the coming election 000- H W Herndon who successfully managed Hotel Henderson for six years and since last November has had charge of Hotel Henrietta at Princeton is now at Grayson Springs for a vacation Mr Herndon has sold his lease on the latter house and is ready to open up a new deal for a larger hotel 000 Cloverport should be grateful indeed for having in town a man like Chas Hamman The way in which he directs and manages the arrangements of a funeral are worthy of note and grati aide When people are distressed it is A great comfort to have a man upon whom they can rely to assist in such affairs that demand careful attention 000 Ed Gregory has secured the contract r advertising the Breckenridge Fair aid started on his route yesterday He pAbows how to advertise and also puts folks On the trail to Cloverport Boys overalls i5c n pairAllens MR FRED MAY GETS NEWS PRIZE Wonderful Specimans Of Fruit And Vegetables Raised In And About Cloverport FARMERS RECEPTION ROOM BreckenridseI conh test which will be continued through this week Newdoffice formerly the postoffice will be opened to all farmers as a place ofrest Ice water will be there free and all who come to town are welcome to enjoy this room The daily papers and other reading matter will be placed there for visitorsCome in and bring your fine products of this season They will be put on1 display in the News office Mr Fred May received a beautifull fruit dish for the finest fruit iii speciman was a Beatcheimer apple It weighed a pound and an ounce The tree on which it grew is eight years old j and ten bushels of apples have bee gathered from it this year Mr Selby McCracken gathered from his garden patch last week a cabbage that weighed eight and one half pounds However he ate it before the contestt opened and did not get a priz- eIRVINGTON Mrs Kate Bennett returned Friday from Owensboro where she went to at tend the funeral of Judge Owen Mrs Harry Major and children of Louisville and sister Mrs A B New man of Cairo Ill have returned t their respective homes after spending two weeks with their parents Miss Margaret Dorseyof India napolis Ind left for Evansville Wed nesdayMr G Robertson of Glendeane was in town Friday The Baptist Sunday School picnic has been changed from Aug 1 to Wed nesday Aug 5 which will be given at Dents Bridge Mrs W R Phillips of SumterSouth Carolina Mrs A PLatham and daugh ter Miss Eva Latham of Elizabeth town Ky compose a house party at the home of Mr and Mrs George Lyddans this week Miss Elizabeth McCoy of Meade county is visiting her aunt Mrs R BandyMiss Pearson of Eliza bethtown arrived Saturday for an indefinite visit to her friend Miss Mag gie Bandy Miss Clara Jolly has returned after an extended visit to school friends at Hop kinsville Kyand Columbia Tennesse Miss Eva Carrigan of Guston and Mrs Will Ashcraft of Brandenburg were visitors of Dr and Mrs S P ParksMr and Mrs G O Bailey left Sat urday for an extended visit to Virginia While gone they will visit all points of interestMr Gardner of Cbenault was in town last week visiting friends Mrs Lydia Jolly and daughterinlaw Mrs Lewis H Jolly were visitors iin Louisville last week Miss Annie Lee Bandy has returned from Louisville There was an unusually good at tendance at the Quarterly Meeting at the Methodist church here Thursday and Friday Rev A P Lyons preach ed two very interesting and spiritual sermons and splendid exercises were enjoyed throughout- C M McGlothlan of West Point spent Thursday in town on a business tripWe are glad to note in this issue that Dr C F Marshall is able to resume his duties at his office after several days spent at Tar Springs which has restored him back to health Miss B Ada Drury and sister Mi I Willa Drury were visitors of Miss Sue Board at Big Springs last week Mrs Nannie J Wathen left Friday for a visit in the Eastern part of th StateMiss Venetia Ragsdaleof Evansville is a charming little visitor of her cousin Miss Essie Biggs Dr Walker dentist will be at Irv ington Aug 1213 to do dental work Mrs Orla Woolfolk came Wednesday from Brandenburg for a visit to Mr and Mrs J R Blytb6 II IMiss Eva Herndon has returned after spending the last seven months at Nashville Tennessee visiting her sister Mrs J T Berry While enroute home she stopped off at Clarksville and Hop kinsvilleMrs Gardner spent two days of last week in Louisville Mrs R B McGlothlan is at home after a business trip to Cynthianna- Dr Walkerdentist will be at Irving ton Aug 1213 to do dental work Mr and Mrs J A King gave a most beautiful and pleasant lawn fete at their home Saturday night Miss Bryan was the attractive guest of honor asa picnic at Dents Saturday Miss Beulah Mudd left Friday for Louisville for a visit to Miss Iva Mudd Mrs Cliff Haddock of Webster spent Friday here the guest of Mrs James Smith A B Suter of Custer was in town Sunday Misses Mamie and Clara Bryant of oflMr and Mrs James King have returns ed homeMr B McGlothlan returned Fri day from Monticello where he had annoil weliIMiss Margaret Peyton spent a fewi days in Louisville last week A school election was held here onI Saturday and it resulted nominating Mr J D Ashcraft to represent the 3rd district at the County Board of Election Commissioners which meets in Hardinsburg on Saturday Sept 5 One of the nicest affairs of the season was the lawn fete which was given bII our boys on last Thursday evening in the yard of Dr and Mrs L B More j man The yard was beautifully and artistically decorated in Japanese ascensionsothe fish pond and the foot race were greatly enjoyed by all The boys are to be congratulated upon the manner in which the program was carried out The entertainment was pleasing as well as profitable to the Base Ball boys Mrs Van Meter who officiated at one of the tables was awarded the prize a handsome lace fan for having the most popular table The members of the Base Ball team wish to extend their thanks and appreciation to Dr and Mrs L B Moreman for the use of their beautiful lawn ETHEL HERON E IS DEAD i Second Daughter Of Mr And Mrs Alex Heron Dies In Philadelphia August 1 ILL ONLY SHORT TIME Word was received at the News office yesterday from Mr and Mrs Alex Heron that their daughter Ethel died very suddenly Saturday Aug 1 Shet had beenjill of Menengitis only ten daysI at their home at 2521 Swaine St Philadelphia During the last year Mr awl Mrs Heron lost their older daughter Edith The loss of these beautiful young women ft deep grief to their many friends in Cloverport MAKES MONEY Could Any One Beat The Results That Mrs John Bishoff Has Had Not on a farm of green pastures but in Cloverport does Mrs John Bishoff live and she has turned pounds of butter and buckets of milk into dollars and cents Mrs Bishoff has one cow an unI usually fine one for it requires only 140 worth of feed in thirty days and is able to sell an average of 740 worth of milk and butter and uses 250 at home monthss11880 per year making 10200 clear not including labor SensationeMonday night Cloverporters got to see dear old Frenchs Sensation again About the best part of the evenings program was Winters music The girls were good looking one especially who can well be remembered as not having a speck of paint on her face Her natural beauty was rare and she caused much favorable criticism ADDISON TAKES LAST OF SERIES Local Team Meets Defeat In Interesting Contest at Holt RESULTS OF OTHER GAMES Last Wednesday afternoon the Ad dison boys got their revenge on the local team lu other words they suc ceeded in taking the last of the series to the tune of 15 to 11 No reason can be attributed to the defeat of the home boys other than that they were out classed at every period of the game Fox and Furrow were the slab artists in Wednesdays contest The locals found no little difficulty in hitting Foxs benders S For six innings Addison held the locals to only four runs but the locals made a splendid rally in the seventh hitting Fox hard and securing seven more runs Skillman Gets Walloped A crowd of three hundred fans braved Old Sols scorching rays at the West end diamond last Saturday afternoon and saw the local team defeat the Skill man nine by a score of 16 to 4 Ditzenbach with his wonderful UDIt zenball did the twirling for the locals and gave no bases on balls Ray and Clark twirled for the visitors Clark relieved Ray in the fourth after the locals had secured eleven runs In the fifth inning a dispute arose over umpire Allens decision on a close finish at second It seemed for awhila as if the game would end here but it was continued until the seventh when another dispute arose At this point Skillman refused to finish the game The score follows 123456 7TCloverport 326 410 1- 6Skillman1 00 00214 GraharrITwo base hitsJarboe Ray and Clark byDItzenbachport 5 Skillman5 Bases on ballsOft Ray 1 off Clark 1 off Ditzenbach 0 UmpiresYeager and Allen Scorer Roff Time of game 13 hours Atten dance 300 Pumpkin Rollers Defeat Rome The Tobinsport Pumpkin Rollers defeated the strong team from Rome Iud on the formers grounds last Sunday afternoon the score being 19 to 9 Sanders and Fox pitched for Tobins port and Rome respectively Tobinsport was assisted by Furrow and Graham of the local team A feature of the game was the batting by Furrow Out of six times at the bat he made five scores Seen From the Grandstand A rule book would have come ia handy Patesville next Saturday Game called at 3 p m In Weduesdays game Graham made three hits that would have been home had it not been for ground rules Ditzenbach believes in giving no bases on balls The locals have not lost a game on their new diamond Tuckers batting is improving That threebagger came as a surprise to the fans If the locals continue to win an ad addition will have to be made to the grandstand Umpire Yeager was called from the game on account of a small blaze at his home Irvington Downs Paynesvllle The Irvington boys played a most Paynesvmeboysafternoon with a score of 21 to 10 in favor of our boys There was a large crowd in attendance and the game was enjoyed by all Mr Foote Improving Edwin Foote who has been ill of ty phoic fever for several weeks at his homenear Irvington is somewhat better His triends are pleased to hear the good news and have regretted his illness Popular Visitor Miss Susette Sawyer has returned home from a very delightful visit at Hardinsburg Friday night she was the honored guest at a surprise reception given on the lawn of MrandMrsAlfred- Heston at whose home shoshas beets visiting Y s luFT i 1Z ill 7th SEVENTH ANNUAL 7th MASONS BARBECOE CLOVERPORT KY- THURSDAY AUG 20 1908 CONTESTS AND PRIZES Ladies Popularity ContestF- irst Prize Ladies Gold Watch 520 Second PrizeLadies Solid Gold Bracelet 15 Third Prize Silk Umbrella name en graved 5 Given by Breckinridge Bank Bank of Cloverport Clo verport Foundry Machine Shops Seaton n Weatherholt J IL Phelon Gregory Co Miller Brick Tile Co and F FraSze Show Under 18 Months Old ffFinest looking Boy Baby Fulton Go Cart 750 given by M I J bySeversI IFarmers Contest turns over to the Committee one Potatoes 40 Trees to the second best onefourth bushel Irish Potatoes Given by W S Ashhy Sons Highland Nursery I Egg Race tOOO dozen Cabinet Photographs 5 given by C G Brabandt to Lady winner Age limit 16 years and over Old Mans Race 100 yards age limit 50 andover First Prize Barrel Flour given by the Star Holler Mills Sea Ond PrizeSack Flour given by Nelse Quiggins Largest Family Contest First PrizeFine Cake to the family with the largest number in family on the grounds Given by the Home Bakery Second Prize One years subscription to the Breckenridgc News to the second largest number in family 6n the grounds Given by J D Babbage 200 Round Trip from Louisville 200 Howard 125 Bartlos 125 Rock Haven 125 Branch 125 Brandenburg 115 Ekron 100 Gtiston 90 Irvington 80 Webster 70 Lodiburg GO Mystic 50 Sample 50 Stephensport 50 Addison 50 Holt 40 Skillman 40 Hawesville 50 Petrie 50 Adair 55 Lewisport 65 Waitrnan 75 Maceo 90 Pates 105 Owensboro 125 1 From All Points on Branch Branch Schedule Leave Fordsville 600 a m Leave Harned 755 a m Mitchell 603 Garfield 805 Oaks 607 Basin Sprg 820 Askins 615 Arrive Irvington 830 Van Zllnt 618 Loavo Irvington 845 Rookvalo 622 Webster 851 Dempster 627 Lodiburg 857 Falls of ttouuh 645 Mystic 905 c 700 11 Dempster Sample 908 Glendeanc 706 Stephenspt 915 McQuady 720tddisone 918 Kirk 728 C Holt 922 Junction 789 Arrive Cloverport 937 LEAVE CLOVERPORT AT 450 P M Bojs Contest 5 worth of Merchandise given by J C Nolto Bro Finding the Man and addressing as followsIIlIail King of the Hour You are the Mysterious Man of the Masons Ladies Merry Widow Hat 5 to the first lady finding the man andaddressing him as directed Given by Miss Evelyn Hicks mil I mysterious J Guessing Contest Box 50 Cigars 250 to the one guessing the number of grains coffee in quart jar Given by F T Ileyser Most Popular Married Lady Contest Each lady that donates a cake to tha Barbecue will be entitled to 100 votes First Prize Ladies Hut 5 Given by Mrs R T byOCouncllS10 Rifle given by Conrad Payne Co Best Preserved Old Lady65 years and over Ladies Hat 5 Given by Mrs J M Cordrey FREEFORALL FOOT RACE AGE LIMIT 21 YEARS AND OVER SippleSecond 1GivenEnvelope Contest 5 worth Merchandise given by B F Alllen merchant EXCURSION Main RATES25c Barbecuedd Ollnner25cPROGRAMr Distribution of Prizes Long Carnival Features and all Kinds of Amusement 1 I Brass Band of 20 Pieces atjj Band Concert begins promptly 9 oclock a m Come early and enjoy the full program of the day Merry= Go=Round i Plenty of Shade No Dust Pure Ice Water in Abundance u u Confetti Confetti Freeforall Foot Race 11 oclock a m Finding the Man 11 to 12 a m Most Popular Married Lady 130 p m Egg Race i45 p m Baby Show 200 p m Old Mans Race 230 p m Farmers Contest 3oo p m Largest Family Contest 315 p m Best Preserved Old Lady 330 p m Boys Contest n 400 p m Guessing Jar ContcstI430 p m Envelope Contest 445 p m Rifle Contest 500 p m Ladies Popularity Contest515 p m Cash donations by the following named Merchants etc appropriated to the payment of the Band M F Popham merchant 5 00 Capt J H Rowland Postmaster 2 50 City Coal Company 2 00 Peyton Scott merchanty 2 50 Win Preston merchant 1 50 Furrow Bohler barbers 2 00 M Winn butcher J 00 Fred May Jr butcher 1 00 A IL Fisher druggist y 50 J H Brown merchant v 50 Weisenborg Son merchants 50 R O Perkins liveryman 2 50 Jas G Harris i 00 u A Joyful Holiday Bring Your Fan4ly and Friends o- jj i RINGi1 A Story They Tell In Japan to lltt s llirate Occidental Love The Japanese marry out of esteem and trust to the coming of love after ward suld u Japanese lady With us when love conies It lasts We have a song that wo like to Ilug1 want to live to nluetynlnu years and you must live to be u hundred so that we maybe happy while our hair grows gray That Is better she continued than the love that comes swiftly and UH swiftly tiles away again They tell in Japan a story illustrative of this transi tory love tho love of your west A tourist they say was touring Brittany He came to Quiinpcr and he found in the Place Publlque beside the river an old woman selling trin kets What is the price of this ho asked taking up an antique ring of silver and sapphires Is it for your wife or for your sweetheart 7 said the old woman II For my sweetheart Fifty francs 4 Fifty francs Nonsense And the tourist turned angrily away II Come back said the old woman Take it for ten Youve been lying to me though You have no sweetheart lad the ring been for her youd have bought it at once without regard to its price uIw1l take It said the tourist smiling Here are the 10 francs touSo the old woman wrapped the ring L up 4 But you havent a wife either she grumbled If it had been for her youd have beaten me down to 5 francs Oh you men J t i i To fool Strong hnVe good appetite and digestion sleep soundly ahi enjoy life use Burdock Blood Bitters the great system tonic and builder Res Loans and Discounts 73596 63 Cash in Safe 8744 Si Cash in Banks 4962 74 Banking House and Lot 502 89 Furniture and 1557 12 Current Expenses Last Six Months 959 53 Total 90323 72 Mr of at of We We the by and either or per We can the money The it not the oldest We this whose this to If If are in of of it in to lot wo f of D Two room cottage on Avenue Well located for i i or I Ttrn 155 ucrus on and 3 1DU road 2 from Improvoments and a big SO acres In oak and The oak is tlo Beech never by water or rail both bottom und Suitable for tobucco und fruit Plenty water your third cash balance In easy SALEA for ai town farmers This Is just An old wants to Is the reason for selling cur further JNO D port Ky Oil acres on and hulls of Sinking road from two three big and blacksmith sbop necessary acres and 222 acres In oak oak and sugar tree size Plenty of good the year cash and easy on balance +75 acres situated miles from Holt Gabo Pierce In shape one dwel hllug house 3 rooms 1 1 barn 80x46 1 two This Is tobacco and corn land 20 acres In oak sugar tree and balance Plenty of fruit road and goody road to Hot miles farm Is worn out It Is land and in the farm a man with family I t I I r A Faithful Friend I have Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy since it was first introduced to the pnblic and have found one where a cure was not speedily effected bv its use I have been a commercial traveler for eighteen yenrs and never out on a without this my faithful friend H S Nichols of Orfkand Ind Ter When man has remedy for thirtyfive years he knows its value and is competent to it For sale at Severs Drug Store Treating Them All Alike There was only one thing In the world of which Eben Ransom thor approved was steady work hope said the philanthropic spinster who was spending a fortnight at the Ransom farm I do hope you treat all men alike give them all equal advantages and wages I find varying standard If I may use the expression makes so much trouble and discontent among laborers In any of Mr Ransom surveyed her and nodded assent Youre right there maam said dryly moment There Is one rule for the folks that work for me Begin as early and keep It up as late as theres light to by and youll get onefifty a day unless the times are unusual when I make it onetwentyfiveBut maam you cant get as many fellers to work on an equal basis nowadays as you might think Itch Scratch Scratch The mo e you the worse the itch Try Doans Ointment It cures piles eczema any All druggists sell itII Statement of Condition The Two States Bank Stcphensport KYr the Close Business 11ne 30 1908 urces other Fixtures Liabilities Capital Surplus 777 18 Undivided 3 Io5 tore 71351 45 72 have passed the fifth milestone in our existence During that time we have grown from a small beginning to a large and prosperous business have endeavored to keep abreast of times provid ing lor our depositors every safeguard known to their protection and security Our funds are guarded a modern burglary fire proof safe and insurance is carried to cover losses by burglary robbery We pay 4 cent interest on time deposits which is more than any other bank in Breckenridge county pays believe in paying our patrons all we for use of their late tlisaeterous bank failures have demonstrated that is and largest bank is the safest take opportunity to thank our customers patronage has helped to make the largest and best statement in opr five years of RespectfullyJNO ADAIR Cashier Real Estate Department Do you want buy a farm businees I you do you may find just what you need in this department you interest ed any the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none these places suit you write us at telling us what you want and where you want and let us introduce you the man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend following properties as being productive and fair price Do You Want Sell your farm or business If you want cash your property send price and description at once Aa and us show you how bring buyer and seller together This is conducted solely the purpose enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno Babbaae Murray Uonw month C llurdlnsburg balls of Sluicing miles Sample dwolllag good burn beech timber tlmbor Rood timber been worked Timber can bo hauled either Limestone land hill good round Terms one payments FOR splendid stand druggist good surrounded by goodprosperous stepIntoestablished physician retire particulars address BABBAG13 Clover Qcn 352 ilardlnsburg ipOjVOU S miles Sample Improvements onestory dwellings barnes hog house all outhouses 130 under cultivation pasture timber white black beech all good water round Onethird good terms CAnn IK pOUU Joins Itldgoland good good onclug good cistern feet neverfalling spring ponds good wheat timber white cleared good Good tn 8tophensport2K miles 1H This not good good tic Just for a small 4 A used in 1872 never instance start trip says a used a speak of oughly that hard I Ransom that your a field work gravely he after a Just go your hard Itchl Itch Scratch scratch skin itching StockJ5000 00 Fund Profits 09 Amount Due Deposi Total90323 that business or once to tho for department for good beech CQnn 1611 acres 0 miles from Clovorportp i v onOloverportprovements 6room dwelling burn 28x30 feet und other out buildings IIS acres in orchard 500 bearing trees and 150 young trees 4u acres russbalancol Ooodlimestonewheat Well located for market Ono third cash balance on easy terms 850iJ aero farm 4H miles from Clo on Cloveruort and Mow smalldwellingsIwuso anl1 corn crIb One good cistern and sUlphursprlnwoods 7 acres In orchard Raised 20000 pounds of tobacco In 1000 sold it at S8 8 and e2 On six acrts of tho wood land there are 315 merchantable trees It is a splendid farm for tobacco corn and wheat Tho uncut Thisissmall farm FOR SALEA farm containing 250 acres and under fence A nice cottuge ct five 151 rooms two cisterns a walled collar with ti store room over It two good stock barns one tenant house about 500 apple und peach trees also pears quinces and apricots most all kinds of small fruits Including a nice vinyard of choicest grapes 200 acres cleared balance in woods 15 acres In grass aoveral groves of black locust sufficient for posts to wire the whole farm in It lies near Ekron on L IL dt St L It R price is 5000 on long and easy payments III I i t STATE PAIR PROGRAM Special Prizes Superintendents of Departments The very handsome sum of 25000 supplemented by special prizes amount ing to 5000 will be offered In premi ums at the sixth annual Kentucky State Fair to be held on Its new grounds and In Its new home the week of Sept 14 to 19 Inclusive In nearly every department the prize money has been materially increased over past years and as a consequence the most attractive and liberal classification ever presented by a fair south of the Ohio river is offered to prospective exhibitors In the horse department the prizes are 30 per cent greater and in the mule and jack departments 25 per cent in excess of last years list I and still a more liberal increase in tho poultry and womans departments Among the special prizes listed are two handsome trophies presented by the Louisville Automobile Clubs one for the best American carriage animal to be judged by the standard of class ification provided by the United States Department of Agriculture governing the exhibit of carriage horses at the various State Fairs and Expositions I of the country and one for the best pair of mules owned by a Kentucky exhibitor The latter in addition to its value and attractiveness is something in the way of a novelty In that It Is offered by an automobile organization I for an animal who the world knows to tideOtherCups valued at U90 ojTered by Gay Bros of Plsgan Ky for the best and finest saddlebred foal of 1908 the Montgomery Chief Special offered by Ball Bros Versailles Ky for the finest and best stallion mare or gelding any age by Montgomery Chief a tro phy offered by tho American Saddle Horse Breeders association for the best registered stallion or mare not over three years of age and to be shown in hand a cup by Powhatan Stock Farm for the finest stallion mare or gelding a 50 cup by Smyser Bros of Lyndon Ky for roadster championship and a trophy by John M Sharp of Louisville for the light harness championship tho Dr Me Chord cup given by W P Hayes of Bloomfleld Ky for senior herd of jack stock and American Jack Breeders Association Special for junior herd of jack stock the lump sum of 600 do nated by the American Shorthorn Cattle Breeders Association for prizes forII Shorthorn cattle and a like by the American Hereford Association for prizes for the Hereford breed 125 offered by the Louisville Warehouse Company for TobaccoII for tobacco and a grand cup presented by the American Berk shire Swine Association for the best young herd of Berkshlres exhibited by a Kentucky breeder and numerous specials for farm products offered by the Hon M C Rankin State Commissioner of Agriculture II i Superintendents of Departments at the Kentucky State Fair The most competent men available have been appointed superintendents of the various departments R H Lillard of Lawrenceburg has boon chosen superintendent for the Horse Department William Simmons of Shepherdsvllle for Mules John H Good of Louisville with R H Young Charles A Hess and W C Cawthon as assistants for Poultry C H Thomas and Z T McCabe for Dogs Selby H Sale with William H Vetter as assistant for Vegetables and Mel ons H C Lovelace of Boston with George D Karsner of Lexington as assistant for Field Seed and Grain H M Fzk man of Ghent Ky for To bacco M F Johnson of Buecliel Hor ticulture R H Tnoke of Lexington Plants apd Flowers Miss Evelyn Por ter of Louisville with Miss Eva Mo Grew and Miss Alice Porter as assist ants for Womans Department G P Rogers of Smithland and B W Neal of Versailles as assistant for Farm Implements and Machinery Harry L Departmont I ington for Students Judging Contest HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS The seventeen departments havo been placed under the management of tho various members of the State Board of Agriculture as follows M C Rankin Frankfort Poultry and Pigeons Horticulture and Plants and Flowors M A ScoVoll Lexington Dairy Cattle Sheep and Goats and Collie Dogs G N McGrew Bayou Womans Department Farm Imple ments and Machinery W R Moor man jr Glendeane Beef Cattle Guthrie M Wilson Bardstown Horses Mules and Jack Stock and Speed De LoulsvlllelSwine thiana Vegetables and Melons FieldII Seed and Grain and Tobacco C Mayo Paintsvillo Minerals and Forestry The small farmer or breeder should not fail to enter his products at the Kentucky State Fair He often thinks there will be so many entries that he would not have a chance for a prize His neighbor thinks the same They then feel chagrined when they go to the Fair and see one walk off with a ribbon won on some specimen Much inferior to what they own Fer catalogue entry blanks or other Information write TW Newman Secretary 320 Paul loses Building Lows Tille ic r w hw1Iis r j f r I10 NATURES LITTLE SHIP A Curious Jellyfish Endowed With a Movable Sail While man makes the largest ocean vessels nature makes the smallest This is a species of jellyfish found only in tropical seas which has a sail The part of the fish under the water looks like a mass of tangled threads while the sail Is a tough membrane shaped like a shell and measuring quite five Inches and sometimes more across The fish can raise or lower this sail at willWise sailors let this curiosity of na ture alone for each of the threads composing Its body has the power of stinging the results of which aro very painful and often dangerous This power defends It from porpoises alba trosses and other natural enemies- It has no other means of locomotion than its sail and when seen skim ming bravely along the surface of tho water it looks more like a childs toy boat than a living creature out in search of food London Saturday Review A Weakling is the only way to describe the poor c lid that is afflicted with worms No matter how much or how often it eats the worms get all the nourishment from the foodthe child gets practically none Whites Cream Vermifuge gets rid of the worms quirkly easily and with no ball after effects Price 25 cents a bottle Sod by A U Fisher Marital Persiflage- I must confess remarked Mrs Crnblw I dont believe thoro over was a really perfect man Well replied Mr Crnbbo I sup pose thats because Eve wasnt made firstHow do you mean 7 Well if Eve had been made first she would have bowed the job of mak lag Adam Pllllauplphln Press Wealth a Burden Do you find great wealth a bur den 1 Sometimes auswerjd Mr Cum rox Terra never any telling when mother and the girls are going to inmost in a touring ear or a steam yacht or n foreign nobleman or some suck form of worriment and reL oi lblHty Washington Star A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepsia a id connipation weakens the whole system Doans Regu lets a5 cents a box correct the liver tone the stomach cure con tipatton A Maori Name A seaside resort In the Ilawkes bay district of New Zealand Is called by the charming Maori name Tamatauka tangihangnkoauau But this Is only an abbreviation The full name is Tam ate u whakatungthangukoaauaotanenul taranglkitanntnhu The translation la The bill on which Tanenuiaraugl the husband of heaven played his flute to ills btioredAuckand Utter Active At 87 This would be unusual ueu s if men and women would steep thrmstlves free from rheumatism aid all aches ai dII pains us well MS keeping the muscles an I j ints limber with Ballards Snow Liniment Sold by A R Fisher His Mark Hewitt Gruet cant wrlto lite own name JewettI know It Whenever lie sees a man showing anothor man how to make a cross on an 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Henderson IRoute Notes Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Cloverport to Atlantic City and return July 30 Aug 0 AUK 13 good to return 15 days from date of sale Old Point Condor ind return from Cloverport 1550 1ic let to be sold July 15an4 Aug 1 good to return within 115 days including dale of sale National Convention Prohibition Party Columbus O Reduced rates Columbus and return Irons Cloverport account above occasion Tickets to be sold July 10 11 12 13 and 14 good returning July 24 lf5 from Cloverport to Owensboro and return on account of Seven Hills Chautauqua Dates of sale July 30 31 and Aug 1 to 11 inclusive Good to return Aug 16 155 Cloverport to Owensboro and return on account of Reunion ot Kentucky Bridgade of Confederate veterans Dates of sale July 29 30 and good to return Aug 3 Reduced rates from Cloverport to St Louis andreturn on account of Knights of Columbus National Convention Dates of sale Aug 1 2 8 and good to return Aug 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guest Miss Virginia Leighton of Canton Ooio the elemmg were against tbe party as i rained very bard but they went all them and had a jolly tine Meade MessengerSummer complaints and other serious ailments comm in in hot weather ran be traced to the stomach nine timesout of ten Keep the stomach in flood order right now hy keeping a bottle of Kodol handy in the house all the tinge but especially during this month Take Kodol whenever you feel that you need it That is the one time that you need it then you will hot be troubled with sour stomach belching gas on the stomach bloat ng dyspepsia Had indigestion Sold by all Druggists Her Modest Request When Andrew D White was minis tor to Germany he received some queer letters from Americans Perhaps the funniest of all was a mandatory epistle from an old lady living In the west who Inclosed lIn her letter four pieces of white linen each some six inches square We are going to have n fair In our church she wrote and I am making an autograph quilt I want you to get me tbe autographs of the emperor the empress and the crown prince and tell them to bo very cnroful not to write too near the edge of tho squares as a seam has to bo allowed for putting then together L IL k ST L TIME fAilLE BAST HOUND No lit Dally Fart Train leaves rioveroort 5V AM stops at IrvlnKtcn and West Paint onlIHTlvmt LoutKVllle7 A1No IIITallyMalllll1o prenlesvesCl carport 10 et A M stops at all WilY stations irrmw lou lisvII II 1245 p iro Train No Ill bully last mall leaves Cu verport 455 p m stops at all way stations east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Loutsvll 795 u m Train NO14B Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Clovurport 810 u m WEST BOUND If No 147 Dally Evansville conctnrufKliitlon loaves Cloverport 1100 a m stops at all way stations arrives Evanvlllo eW a in expressleavesilawesville Lowtsport Mnceo Owonsboro ranloy Ppottsvilie Heeds Henderson and Evansvllle arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No 113 MIdi and hxpress dally ar rives Cloverport 740i m Evansville 1030 p in Stops at all stations No USemily St Louis fast train leaves Glo verporfcll 16 R M arrives Evansvllle 135 A Bt St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawesvllle Owecsboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 111 112113111 between Louisville apd Evansville Through sleeping cars and free reclining chair cars on trains 115 and US between Louisville Evansvlllo arid St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND yeaFordsvilloamTrain leavesFordsvltlu330pmp mTrain No 6 Sunday only Fordsville7 00 a m Irvlngton 935 a m BOUNDTrainleavesIrvlngtonpm lcpIj1II r I 11 i I fw 4JJ i L L I j KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryIII n- AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED ATISFACTOB OB MONEY REFUNDED Headed By Mrs Lonjfworth Boston Mass July 27 To drive outrthe swarms of gypsy moths that are l making lifeburdensome to the million aire colony at Beverly Mrs Nicholas Longworth has headed a subscription list that now totals nearly 18000 with this fund and the importation of a parasite that is feeding on the moths and caterpillars the wealthy resident of the aristocratic North Shore resort pestGenerous2 000 art coming i- nThe LouisvilleTimes is the livest afternoon paper published anywhere It prints the news right up to the min ute Four or more editions every day The regular price of The Times is 5 n year but you can get th- oBreckenridge News AND THE- Louisville Tmes Both One Year For 500 If you will send your order to this paper NOT to The Times rLr 1STYLISH COMFORTABLE J Tailor Made Clothes All the Ilatest patterns for Suits J i and Trousers in highgrade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod erate prices Expet tailors em plo ed J H HUNSCHE CasperMav CoCan eltonlnd t 11111 I1J H DeH HOORMAfM Attorney at Law- iIARDINSBURi KY Will practice M profession I all of the Courts ut BrtCkfiirldjte and a i joining coun t er Speola attention itwn o rol ectlOM 1IerweIto practice 11 tt n Churls Ofllee ver Bunk of lIartlln burl nf IF 9 it is tho surest and safest place you want to have your watch repaired go to T C LEWIS he knows how and does as he knows Ho has one of the finest collections of beautiful up to date JEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices goldand silver can bo bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Como he is glad to welcome you and give you satisfaction T C Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsbure Kyt Mr JiI IIjI f ta rt i- iiiiiii I r 7r +WWMY1 Ywyst9Nwsa wL + aF a + Si1 kFnu me fr nu i il THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Trice 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines ohargod for at the rate o 10 cents per lino OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please otify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 1908 In some of the school districts the election for trustee took on a lively hue Many Democrats admit that Kentucky is debatable grounds and many Republicans claim the State for Taft The twentieth century is strenuous complev and democratic Onethird of tho young men of this age are not wanted because of their habits but trained loyal cheerful soberminded young men are in demandFarm Journal Has any one heard of a dollar being sent from this county to the Bryan camgaign fund No and never will Voters in this neck of the woods have an idea that those follows at headquarters wanting to get next to tho music should pay the fiddlers and isnt it so There is no place like home but we can truly say there is no place like Hardinsburg when the time comes for entertaining a crowd They know how to make strangers neighbors and homecomers all enjoy themselves tit a picnic The Masons put the big pot in theI little one Saturday and lulled the fatted lamb The barbecue was a success and a mighty inviting steppingstone to the Fair m Base huH enthusiasm is running higher in this county than it ever has before We are developing sonic crack teams too Cloverport Hardinsbursr Irvington and McDaniels are all building fine teams and doing some excellent playing It is a game that makes lively times for everybody and creates a spirit of rivalry thats good for tho community There is a lot of good timber in this town for a I good team Why not develop it There seems to be no race suicide around Ilnrdjnsburg from the number of babies that were at the barbecue last Saturday contesting for the honors They were a fine bunch of youngsters from four weeks to two years old Among them were a pretty pair of twin girls just three months old with the handsomest black eyes and peach chocks you ever looked upon Tho mother and father were Mr and Mrs Scott Bruington of Ammons who have our most hearty cons gratulations They were almost as pretty as our own twins the little Whitehead girls If all farmers would take the pride in keeping their fence rows as olean as Lew Waggoner what a beautiful road would the turnpike ben The driveway that runs through his placeat Hites Hun is kept as clean and clear of weeds as a city streetcleaner in fact than some ofour own town streets Such attention given to roads would enhance im mensely the value of the lands adjacent and would impress strangers and passersby more favorably These appearances speak for the progressiveness and prosperity of a community Our hat oil to Mr Waggoner for this timely work Well John you didnt get around to fix up theilower beds that you promised your wife Had no time Now dont get huffy if I tell you that you wasted enough time last week talking politics down at tho corner and trying to swap horses to have done ten times over what she asked you to do How she would have enjoyed puttering over her flowers in the twilight hours of the hot days and the sight of a bed of snowy asters or goldenhearted pansies from her kitchen window would have helped her over many a mornings work in a steaming hot roomFarm Journal Remember the farmers meeting at Hardinsburg next Saturday August 20 is Cloverport day If you want to have the time of your life come Just see how we do things down hereIII Plenty of shade and grass and ice water thinfof it we are going to have two bands Horse Sense For Hot Weather The season of hot weather is here when conditions are hard for all creatures that toil The horse perhaps more than any other laborer is victim to the hardships imposed by the torrid weather- In order to make the conditions under which he works as favorable and as comfortable as may be Provide him with a clean well ven ilated stable See that he has a good flynet for street wear and a sheetblanket for protection from fleas while standing in the barn When hauling heavy loads over city streets or no dusty rqads let him rest n the shade accasionally and water him often Do not through fear of giving too much water go to the opposite extreme and stint him to a cruel extent Drive him at a moderate steady gait and avoid any spurts of speed Sponge him off with cold water when he comes back to the barn removing all sweat and harness marks Give him a carrot or an apple a friendly pat and a word of appreciation for his service Humane Advocate I There are many imitations of DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve but just one original Nothing else is just as good Insist on DeWitts It is cleansing cooling and soothing Sold by All Druggists Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc yoarPoatabout 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a tine opportunity for a man with- a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE 1Cloerport Prayer Prevention of Drunkenness As a preventive for drunkenness and lawlessness Charles Edwards former constable of Huston township Clearfield county believes there is nothing like prayer For three years he placed his reliance in it and he says it stood him in better stead than a revolver or club j In 1904 Edward was elected constable Until that time his township had suffered from the loose habits of young men whose drunkenness and general conduct were the scandal of that section his first act after taking the oath of I office was to kneel and pray During his incumbency he arrested only one person for drunkenness His successor W L Joyce has been in office only two months and there have been three drunken riots already The neighbors are suspicious that he is not a praying man Philadelphia Record i When the baby is cross and has you worried and worn out you will find that a little Cascasweet the well known remedy for bogies and children will quiet the little one in a short time The ingredients are printed plainlon the bottle Contains no opiates Sold by all Druggistsf IiStatement of Condition of The i Bank of Hardinsburg TrustCo Hardinsburg Kentucky at close of business III jI Notes and Resources bills 233651 89 Cash in safe = 16380 73 Cash in other banks 24725 74 Stocks and bonds = 52038 86I Banking house and lot 1800 00 Other real estate = 136 79 j Furniture and fixtures 400 00 I Total = = 329134 01 I I H 1 w A 1 Mrs Matt Hall and children are ill Messrs Oscar Hnll Carl Lambert and Albert Sullivan of Gatewood spent Tuesday night with Emmett and Reuben Mr and Mrs L Newbury wont to Pellville Thursday to see Cicero Rear den who is very ill with the typhoid fever Hilous Bftsham was in Hawtsvttle was held at the school Saturday Aug 1 Mrs Vernon Milburn and little son Raymond of Patesville spent Friday with Mrs 11 Dunn W T Hardin of Weber spent Tuesday with relatives hero Miss Nannie Jarboe spent several days last week near Goering Mrs Kate Tindlo and son Georgia of Owensboro are visiting Mr and Mrs Jack Tindle L Newbury and Miss Flora attended the Leitchfield at Freedom from Tuesday until Thursday A large crowd from here attended the Blackford Association at Mt Eden and Thursday Mrs Mamie Nichols wife of Clarence Nichols died last Tuesday morning of at the home of her mother Mrs Marion Rice of this place She was twentyone years of age besides her husband she is sur vived by one little daughter father mother and one brother Her remains were laid to rest in the family burying i ground I Excursion Fares To Niagra Falls And Return 15 round trip from July 29 Aug 4t Aug 15 Ask agent for information Liabilities Capital 00 Surplus and undivi j ded profits 47 Dividend No 36 3 per L Amount due depositors 267746 Sf 329134 1 I Very respectfullyI IM BEARD Cashier 1AAr DUKES HallI WednesdaySchool Presbytery Wednesday consumption Cloverport stock 50001 9887 L- cent ISOOMO Total Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they can not reach tho seat of tho disease Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disoaso and In order to euro it you must tuke internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous sur tacos lions Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine It was proscribed by one of tho best physicians in this country for years and Is a regular prescription It is composed of tho boat tonics known combined with the best blood purlers acting directly on the mucous surfaces Tho perfect combination of the two ingredients Is what produces such wonderful rosults In curing Catarrh Sond for testimonials frro If J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O Sold by DrucRlsts price 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation TOBINSPORT NEWS Miss Mary Wolfe of Indianapolis is visiting Miss Nina Weatherholt Forrest Polk returned home Satur day from Valponiiso where he has been attending school Mr Dick Parrish and sister Eada returned from Danville Friday Clyde Sanders and Misses Sue Fite and Josephine Fisher visited Mrs Sanders Sunday- S E Waggoner of Rockport visited relatives here Monday Rev L S Sanders filled his regular appointmenthere Sundry He was ac companied by Rev McCallister Quite a number witnessed the ball game Sunday Rome vs Tobinsport Scores were 19 to 9 in favor of Tobins portMr S S England arrived home Sat urday after a trip in the east Miss Zella Winchell of Evansville is visiting at G W Winchells Mrs Sarah Boultinghouse of Can nelton who has been visiting her daughters here returned home Satur day Quite a number from here attended the show at Cloverport Saturday tight C Brabandt was over from Cllpver port Sunday afternoon and took the picture of the Rome team Miss Beatrice Payne has been visit ing her sisters in Louisville Sweet Lovely Child Passes Away Stephenspott Aug 4 Special Sadness came to the home of Mr Knd Mrs Mike Baslmm last Thursday nor ing July 80 at 8 oclock when deatj took their precious little girl AlbertawIShe was twelve years ten months an twenty days of age She leaves ont sister Viola father and mother and many friends to mourn her absence 1 The funeral services were conducte by Rev F Roberts of this place Th remains were laid to rest in the fnmil graveyard at Joseph A Basbatn place The News extends sympathy t the bereaved parents 1 The Picnic Month This is preeminently the plcuic month The rush of the harvest is over andsthere is a lull before the autumn seed ing and farmers take advantage of the bright summer weather to meet in a social way Whatever else may be e lacking on the progran the picnicff dinner never disappoints And what a contrast betwen the resaurant lunch at the average summer amusement place and the farmers picnic dinner Honest butter water and milk one is not afraid to drink chicken free from all suspicion of cold storage homeboiled ham free from all packing house taintII und cake and pies mixed with real lardygenuine butter and minus glucose and I the other adulterants with which theII 1 dweller in town finds his pastry loaded J In short the farmers picnic dinner is a 1 dream while too often the quick lunch I of the town is a nightmare FARM JOURNAL Augustff OUR COUNTY FAIR AT HARDINSBUR- GSEPTE BER 1 2 and 3 08 A real Kentucky Fair Something to suit the taste of everybody A display of Agricultural Products A Horse Show An Exhibition of Cattle Sheep Hogs and Poultry A Running Race each day A Trotting Race each day Floral Hall the Greatest irv the State z A REAL KENTUCKY FAIR 1 irj 7 ITiit If If15he Breckenridge News AUGUST 5 190S 1 l Announcement We are authorized to announce the lioy BEN JOHNSON us a candidate for reolut tlon to Congress subject to the action of tlio Democratic party and voters generally For Commonwealths Attorney JudJoDenryCommonwealths Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party f PERSONALAND LOCAL 350 Shirts for 1 at Allens Miss Ree Willis has returned fromI LouisvilleMiss Jarboe has returned frontI SkillmanWe about 250 pine boxes for 1 sale Allens Miss Eloise Nolte is ill at the home of her parents Always visit the News office when i CloverportChas inII of Glendeane wa here Monday I I Mr and Mrs Bowlds have returned from Owensboro Mike Tucker is the accommodating clerk at the depot Alfred Blair of Balltown is very 1 of typhoid fever Gus Brown and Hal Murray were in the city last week Sherley Benham of Brandenburg is the guest of relatives Big cut on price in mens and womens low cut shoes at Allens J W Owen is the guest of his par ents Dr and Mrs Owen Miss Jeniiie Warfield of Louisville is visiting Mrs rank Fralze Mr and Mrs Chas Hook and little + girls were at Union Star Sunday Lawrence Silles of Hardlnsburg was the guest of Miss Iva McKinney Miss Inez Gregory of Louisville is the guest of Mrs Clyde Morrison Miss Mary Jarboe returned home from Bowling Green Friday night ArchifPurcell of Cannelton were here Sunday Mr and Mrs Alfred Heston of Har dinsburg spent Sunday with relatives Mr and Mrs Harry Newiom attended the picnic at Hardinsburg Saturday Chas Mmsie of Lodiburg was here Saturday and subscribed for the news M T Basham of Stephensport was here Monday and subscribed for the NewsFrank Carter and Miss Mamie Car ter of Irvington were in the oity last weekMr and Mrs James Younger and I I daughter Eudora have returned front 1 1WestPoin- lLostoui Turnpike Sunday mans blue serge coat Return to B F Beards HardinsburgMisses Timmering and May Zirkle of Louisville are the guests of Miss Lillian Sippel Mr and Mrs Wick Moormaji were the guests of Mrs John Kincheloe at Hardinsburg Saturday Mr and Mrs Ernest Boyd and chil dren Omar and Pearl Louise went to Henderson Saturday l Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Misses Robertson of Morganffeld ar rived last evening to be the guests of Miss Jennie Mabel Harris H J May Sr has returned fromI Indiana where he had a delightful visit to his daughter Mrs Roth George H Madden the general agent for Kentucky of the Equitable Life Insurance is in the city today Dr W N Casper dentist will be here Wednesday and Thursday of every week at Dr Lightfoots office J W Mattingly of Marshall Texas has returned home Miss Ruth and I and Sibel will remain until October I Miss Cloe Ball of Holt and Miss Maud Miller of Hardinsburg haveI L been the guests of Miss Alma Perkins iiDr J C Bush Dentist will be at Cloverport Monday and Tuesday of each week except week follow g4th Monday tI Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad and son J andJti Wallace Babbage has returned home from Knoxville Tenn for a visit ofII two weeks before goingto Mt Sterling I tt- II I Miss Donald Murray was the guest of I honor at an attractive lawn fete given at the country home of Miss Lewis in Brandenburg last evening Mens Overalls 350 at Allens Sherman Ball of Frankfort and Dr Robert Ball of Murfreesboro Tenn were guests of friends in this city Sun day Miss Hannah Beard and Miss Brown two charming young girls of Hardins burg are visiting relatives in Meade countyE Babbage arrived home from Little Rock Ark Sunday night toI visit his parents Mr aud Mrs J D BabbageChas Hopkins Edward Harris and Miss Donald Murray of Louisville arc the guests of Miss Jennie Mabel Harris and Russell Harris Robert Moorman of Glendeane and Preston Green of Falls of Roughwere the guests of Misses Ray Lewis Heyser and Mamie DeHaven Sunday Among the farmers in town Saturday were Ben Brown of Victoria Will Mason and C D Barbee of Pisgahand Clint Murray of Rockport Ind 1Mr and Mrs David Fairleigh and AddlesyesterdayIMrs DuRelle Fairleigh Philadelphia Mr and Mrs Chas P Babbage and son Henry of Louisville are the guests of Mrs J H Rowland Mrs Rowland and Mrs Babbage spent Tuesday at Hardin Grove Ind the guests of Misses Eunice and Edith i Wheeler KINGSBURRYS LATEST NEWS ITEMS They are having quite a time trying to get the Patesville ball team in town again Come on boys and face the music 000- if business continue with J Cj Dugn the popular Sewing Machine agent as it has in the pat two months he will no doubt erect an office building 000 feat higher than the Singer building in New York City 000- Come everybody and subscribe for the News with Noltes checks Now better than ever 000 Jno Dean the hustling gardner of the city is now very busy canning his winter fruits and feeding hogs 000 CJlmdwick McCracken is content I plating undergoing a serious operation to reduce the size of his feet 000 Harry Weatherholt Allen Pierce and Tom Ferry three greladies men of the town are not so busy now that some of the charming visitors are gone 000 E F Nolteand Chas Fallon started Monday for Niagia Falls When the band played Who woud have thought IL Card of Thanks Mr and Mrs Henry Yeager wish to thank all friends for their assistance which they so kindly lent in extinguishing the fire in their residence Saturday Bunch Of Pretty Girls Mr and Mrs Joe Mullen are entertaining a house party of most attractive young girls at their home on the hill They are Misses Georgia McCoy and Pearl Clegg of Indianapolis Misses Aubrey and Lobie Rice of Owensboro and Miss Georgia Purcell of Enid Okla HARDINSBURG Mrs Lee Bishop and two children Miss Annie Lee and Thomas are visit ing Mrs Bishops sister Mrs C R Lupton of St Louis Mo Marriage licenses Albert Lowery Mattie May King Otis Craig Pearl Stewart Chas B Walls Martha H PoolMiss Hannah Beard has returned from a delightful visit of ten days to Ekron Brandenburg and Guston Miss Hallie Brown has been visiting in Meode county for several days A lively interest was manifest in the selection of school trustees over the countySaturday Jesse Whitworth re HardinsburgRobert votes cast at Harned Most every dis trict held its election notwithstanding the picnic seemed to bring everybody to Hardinsburg Consumption is lless deadly than it used to be Certain relief and usually complete recovery will result from the following treatment Hope rest fresh air and Scott s Emtefofon ALL DRUGGISTS 60o AND 9IOO FARM FOR SALE 230 acres three and onehalf miles from Clo verport on the Stephensport road onehalf mile from pike and known as the Charles Elder Farm IMPROVEMENTSOne dwelling 4 rooms and hall and two tenant houses three big barnes and all necessary outbuildings 60 acres timber white oak red oak beech and sugar tree This farm will be sold at Commissioners Sale at the Court House in Hardinsburg Ky Monday August 24 1908 J W ELDER Admr r iV lV p T FJAr I 10000PAID I I Hills Chautauqua ATTRACTIONS t 8th Annual Assembly August 14 I Greatest Chautauqua South of the Ohio Under now manage I IsarnoI t Hcflcshimdll The Henderson Route IIIIStephensport 1 180 1 55 90 sale Uutil 30th to August lltli Return II information ask the I J IIRWIN L AILJ I Presiding Elder Lyon preached at M E Church South Sunday Misses Mary and Beulnh Payne of Bewleyville are guests of Mrs Jas Witt Mr and Mrs Frank DeHaven and Mrs W F Hook went lo Floral in Han cock county to see a relative Miss Baker who is ill Jas E Stone out honored excount was here Saturday handshaking wife his numerous frien sII Miss Lelia McGray munds and Preston Ford who are here from Louisville were guests of Mrs Ernest Robertson of Glendeane Sun dayMiss Mery Agnes of Ilsley Ky is the guest of Mrs E B English Miss Armanda Dean 9f Glendeane was the guest of Mrs Blanche Read a few days last week Mrs Estill Sutton and children who have been here sometime from Louisville left last week to visit in Owens boro and Madisonville Miss Francis Smith left Saturday Owensboro where she is engaged to do primary work in the teachers institute in connection with the Chautauqua Homer Pile of Mook was in town Sunday enroute to Louisville Miss Mary Owings df Wolf Creek is guest of Miss Tula C Daniel The M E Church South will be ded icated first Monday in September Bishop Hendrix of Kansas City will preach the dedicatory sermon Miss Louise Moorman of Glendaane was guest of Mrs D R Murray Sunday ENCAMPMENT King swood Will be Place of Glo rious Meeting Next Week The third annual camp meeting at Kingswood will be held August 11 to 20 Some ol the best religious leaders in the United States will be in attend ance persons who might go there will be highly entertained Further particulars write to J W Hughes Eisenbarth Henderson Another show boat coming and its fine floating palace It will be hereI 71 Authorizes fire follow CboroC Adair Lewisport Hawesville i 10II IITickets on For further Agent limitI L G P I the night ian for the the the All aitoo everybody Important Mr Jib W Ilord an expert repair man is an addition to our jewel ry department Bring your broken Wat ches and Jewelry to Severs Drug Co + t If Warvtsl+ + residenceoftownFOR MALI PRINTING Presses and Cutting macl Macs one lot ot rood Laundry machines GasolineEnjtlneslIIARTIN StreetLouIsville FOR RErTRiver bottom farm of 109 acres Holt Ky Fine land In Rood state of wellimprovcdWlIljtrowFor further information apply to Mrs Han nah Hardin Holt Ky theNapperflankWANTEDExchanFo spring wagon foe a small cow M Freeman FOR SALEStandard gas enalne oil and Breckonrldge News Office theNewsness threeburnersREPRESENTATIVE WANTEDWe want handle lord Automo biles in Oloverport Live hustler with or easilycleari000 IIDetroitGood Meeting The Rev B M Currie has returned home from Holt where he conductedI a series of services at the Methodist church Eighteen members were taken in and enough money raised to cover t1ie church debt f j M M1I11Afr WMW MilAdIAAiM I Specials This Week I Mens Work Shirts 25c IMens Overalls 25c Indestructible Dressing Combs I 10 cents 100 yards Spool Silk 5c A Paper of Pins Ic Pearl Buttons 2 dozen for 5c Mens Oak Tan Buckle Shoes worth 2 for 150 Biggest lOc Tinware assortment you ever saw Good bargains IaI they last Come and take whileII JAI CtbM ItA1ARAA11 t0 lAlOldiRN1A1W9drY Cadick Milling Co r 1 Dont I Forget Us When in need of Foundry Machine Boiler and Gasoline Boat Work Tin and Electrical work We carry a full line of Plum bers Supplies Mill Sup plies The best Paints Floor Finishes Oils Wastes Gasoline andII Give Us Your Order i Once a Customer Always == Oneff ICloverportI I Our Very Best energies in the making of Cddicks Gold Dust Flour If you havent used it in the past commence now The rich creamy meltinthemouth bread is made from Cadicks Gold Dust Flour It pleases ev erybody and will please you Say Cadicks Gold Dust before saying Flour to your grocer and you get it in any quantity GrandviewIndiana J BANK OF CLOVERPORT Incorporated 1003 CapitalSurplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 SafeSound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same carefulI attention as larger ones and we appre ciate your business and in fluence Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVEPIORT KY r II CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL GREGORY CO Proprietors Will do Custom Work We sell Flooring Ceiling Cedar Shingle Laths Lime Plaster WindoysCan furnish all materialand give estimate of cost Our Material is the Best and Prices Low JI 7f Food LawsHave never affected our drinks in any way They wore pure before we had Pure Food Laws 1 FOR SALE BY Cloverport T F He ser Weisenberg Noble C L i mCtingly Bros Kirk N M Crews Co McQuady T G Morgan Co Stephensport Carr Bottling and Manufacturing Works Hawesville Kentucky t1fiElliE 1 4gE- i I i tt AIw f I il TAFT OUTLINESPARTY Continued from Page Seven trclslng or refusing to exorcise the tower of Injunction must be found In the character of the unlawful Injury and not In the character or class of the Dcreons who Inflict this Injury The man who has a business which Is being unlawfully Injured Is entitled to the remedies which the law has al ways given him MO matter who has In fiicted the Injuries Otherwise we shall have class legislation unjust In principle and likely to sap the founda dons of a free government IMgtfpe and HeurIng Before Issue of Injunction n yl comp now to the question ot no ilcS before Issuing nn Injunction It is a fundamental1 rule of general Juris= jdeco a n n sh IIl be aaoctoI- y n judicial proceeding ffiulutnce 1 asqll QtE 1 3lbr10W2Y ha I T iftlmgg had an exception In the IsI tmgof temporary restraining 911 c6mtuanuTns a defendant In effect Io maintain tits status gnuo until hear Ing Such a process should Issue only In Tiire cases where the threatened change of e BtallEo would Indic- tfrrnirable injury f time were tajten- to hIre notice and a summary nearing The unlawful injury usual In industrial disputes such as 1 batio described dues not become formidable except after sufficient time In which to let- he defendants notice and a hearing I do not mean to say that there may not lto cases even In Industrial disputes where a restraining order might properly be Issued without notice but gentinlly I think It Is otherwise In sonic State courts and in fewer Fed oral courts the practice of Issuing a temporary restraining order without nnti v merely to preserve the status quo on tu theory that It wont hurt any body has been too common Many of us it all that the practice has been pursed In other than Industrial dis IMites M for instance in corporate tad tock controversies like those over UM Ele raliioid in which a stay or der v ithout notice was regarded as a Step of great advantage to the one who Mcurcd It and a corresponding dlsad vantua to tbe one against whom It Was racured Indeed the chances of doing injustice on an exparte applica ttion art much Increased over those when a hearing is granted and there may be circumstances under which It may affect tbe defendant to his detriment In the case of a lawful strike tbe rending of a formidable document entraining a number of defendants from doing a great many different thing3 which the plaintiff avers they are threatening to do often so die courages men always reluctant to go into a strike from continuing what Is I trlawful right This has made tbe lobo Ing man feel that an injustice Is done In the Issuing of a writ without aotU3 I conceive that In tbe treat ment of this question It Is tbe duty of tie citizen and tbe legislator to rtew the subject from tbe standpoint Of the man who believes himself to be unjustly treated as well as from that of tie community at large I have agrested tbe remedy of returning In web cases to tbe original practice un der the old statute of tbe United Slavs and tbe rules In equity adopted uy tai Supreme Court which did not permit tbe lIssuing of an Injunction without notice In this respect the Republican Convention has adopted MOO tar remedy that without going so fur promises to be efficacious Effect of Jury Trial Peeler such a provision a recalcitrant wltues wbo refuses to obey a subpoe I tna may insist on a Jury trial before tbe court cnn determine that he received 91 the subpoena A citizen summoned as tt Juror and refusing to obey the writ when brought Into court must lie tried liy nnotber jury to determine whether he ct the summons Such a provision Painr Weakens Headache rheumatism neuralgia or pains of any systernthey on the nerves Almost instant relief can be obtained by taking Dr Miles AntiPain Pills and with out any badaftereffects Take one on first indica tion of an attackit will ward it off They are a pleasant little tablet sold by druggists everywhere 25 doses 25 cents never sold in bulk- I was subject to constant head Attimeswork in which I that of station agent Throughthe advice AntlPainbeenthatmysystomtralnTheyclaimed for them RUSSELLAia AntiPainPillsthemTheyme MRS M J HAMILTON Upper Alton Ills ir i AntiPainreturn the price of first package only If It falls to benefit you ti MUM Medical Co ElkhartInd 4 crr f H It Are You- Regular 7 II you are not it Is a sign of dlieaie a sign of some hidden female trouble that nay be under mining and weakening your con stliutlon and laying up for you much future suffering Many thousands of weak Ir regular suffering women have la She past 50 years been greatly benefited or cured by the use of that wenknown successful purely vegetable female tonic and cura live remedy WINE OF CARDUIWOMANS i I Apple 0 Barnes of Alto Tex I writes t I caught cold made me Irregular and whichII pain in my shoulders and IldesII For almost 2 weeks I could not j lilt a chair Cardul brought me all right again I have no moreII pains and am In very good healthtt At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating ago and describing symptoms to Ladles Adusorv Dept Tho Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn E 34I applies not alone to junctions but to every order which the court Issues j against persons A suit may be tried in the court of first Instance and car nod to the Court of Appeals and thence to the Supreme Court and a judgment and decree entered and an order Is sued and then If the decree Involves the defendants doing anything or not doing anything and he disobeys it the I plaintiff who has pursued his remedies in lawful course for years must to secure his rights undergo the imacrtain i ties and the delays of n jury trlnl boI fore be can enjoy that which Is hisI right by the decision of the hlglle1tI court of the land I say I tation that such a change will greatlyI impair the Indispensable authority of the courts Securing to ltatIutestration the ultimate instrumentality toI be resorted to is the courts of the United j States If now their authority Is to be weakened In a manner never known In tbe history of the Jurisprudence of England or America except In the constitution of Oklahoma how can we ex pect that such statutes will have effi cleat enforcement Those who advocate I this Intervention of a jury in cases seem to suppose that this acbII in some way will Inure only to the eflt of the poor workingman As ItI matter of fact tbe person wbo will secure chief advantage from It Is the wealthy and unscrupulous defendant able to employ astute and cunning counsel and anxious to avoid justice The administration of justice lies at the foundation of government The maintenance of the authority of courts Is essential unless we are thuII pared to embrace anarchy Never in the history of the country has there been such an insidious attack upon Un judicial system as the proposal to Inter jest a jury trial between all orders of andIThe Currency System The late panic disclosed a lack of elasticity In our financial system This has been provisionally met by an act of the present Congress permitting the issue of addltlonal emergency bank notes and insuring their withdrawal when the emergency has passed by a high rate of taxation It hi drawn in conformity with the present system of bank note currency but varies from It In certain respects by authorizing the use of commercial paper and bonds of good crodi as well as United Status bonds as security for its redumption It is expressly but a temporary mens ure and contains a provision for tho appointment of a currency commission to devise and recommend a new and reformed system of currency This In adequacy of our present currency system duo to changed conditions and unormous expansion IsI generally roc ognizod The Republican platform well states that wo must have a more elastic and adaptable system to moot tho requirements of agriculturists manu facturers merchants and business men generally must be automatic In opera tion recognizing the fluctuations in Interest rates In which every dollar shall be as good as gold and which shall prevent rather than aid financial stringency In bringing on a panic Postal Savings Bank and Its Advantages In addition to this the Republican platform recommends the adoption of a postal savings bank system in which of course tho Government would become responsible to the depositors for tho payment of principal and Interest It Is thought that the Government guaranty will bring out of hoarding places much money which may be turned Into wealth producing apUalI and that It will be a great Incentive for thrift In the many small places in the country having now no savings bankI facilities which are reached by the Post Office Department It will bring to every one however remote from flnanI pertecteafetyiqr J 1 a Objections to Democratic Proposal to Enforce Insurance of Bank Deposits The Democratic platform recom mends a tax upon National banks and upon such State banks as may come in In the nature of enforced insurance to raise a guaranty fund to pay the de positors of any bank which rails How State banks can be Included in such a scheme under the constitution is left In the twilight zone of States rights and Federalism so frequently dimming the meaning and purpose of the prom- Ises of the platform If they come in under such a system they must neces sarily be brought within the closest National control and so they must really cease to be State banks and become National banks The proposition Is to tax the honest and prudent banker to make up for the dishonesty and Imprudence of others If the proposal were adopted exactly as the Democratic platform suggests it would bring the whole banking system of the country down In ruin The Republican party prefers the postal savings bank as one tried safe and known to be effective and as reaching many more people now with out banking facilities than the new system proposed Philippines IIn the PhUipplnes the export a of IJnallonnl nssembl has Justtl1eirnII soli nom its nn asslslnnce In the gotti crnment of the Islands and nlan edu cation hlle practlcct o se1iiovern mcnto the people ot trio Islands The proposltloqof the Democratic nlntform Is to turn over the Islands ns soon as a stable government Is es tablished This has been established The proposal then Is in effect to turn them over at once Such action will lead to ultimate chaos in the islands The Rights and Progress of the Negro Tho Republican platform refers to these amendments to the Constitution that were passed by the Republican party for the protection of the negro The negro In the forty years since he was freed from slavery has made remarkable progress Ho is becoming a more and more valuable member of the communities In which ho lives The education of the negro Is being ex landed1 and Improved In every way The butt men of both races at the North as well nn at the South ought to rejoice to see growing up among the Southern pople on Influential element disposed to encourage the negro In his hard struggle for Industrial independ once and assured political status Tho Republican platform adopted at Chicago explicitly demands justice for nil men without regard to race or color and Just as explicitly declares for the enforcement and without reservation In letter and spirit of the Thirteenth Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments to the Constitution Publicity of Campaign Contributions and Expenditures Another plank of the Democratic platform refers to tbe failure of the Republican Convention to express an opinion In favor of the publicity of contributions received and expenditures made In elections Here again we contrast our opponents promises with our own nets A resident of New York has Ibeen selected as treasurer of the Republican National Committee who was treasurer of the Republican State Committee when Governor Hughes was elected In New York and who made H complete statement with in twenty days after the election as required by the New York law of the contributions received by him nnd the expenditures made by him or under his authority in connection with that election His residence and the dis charge of his duties in the State of New York subject him to the law of that State as to all receipts of the treasury of the National Committee from whatever source and as to all its disbursements His returns will be under the obligations and penalties of the law and a misstatement by him or the filing of a false account will sub ject him to prosecution for perjury and violation of the statute Of course under time Federal law he is not per witted to receive any contributions from corporations Income Tax The Democratic platform demands two constitutional amendments one providing for an Income tax and the other for tie election of Senators by the people In my judgment an amendment to the Ponstltutlori for nn Income tax Is not r ei rwirr I i t lIlt nn Income tax when thl pr vo Mve system of customs r l the Inter ual revenue tax shal nut furnish IM xmic enough for governmental net an and should bo devised which uu Jer the decisions of the Supromo fourt will conform to tit Constitution The New Editor Of Uncle Remus The announcement published else where that Julian Harris is to succeed his father Joel Chandler Harris as editor in chief of Uncle Remuss the Home Magazine is intense with mean ing to the literars and industrial in terests of the south Already the magazine but a little over a year old is rated on a par with the standard publications of the east with the long established prestige of years and traditions back of them in the interal usually employed by the ambitious southern magazine in conning into existence reaching a climax and drifting steadily down into oblivion this Atlanta periodical has made itself a safa and peculiar niche in the field of publication Its circulation numbering upwards of 240 000 reaches into every state of the union although its main strengtn lies in tho southern and middle western sections of the country The demand for ttI c I IIf B F BEARDPresident M H BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier 3 per on time more Three per cent is as much as If best banks in this state pay and as much as any Packet ot- r4CoaronATD PASSENGER RATES REDUCED Cjoverport 10 Louisvill 175 Cloverport TO EyansyjHe 175 u Boats leave LouisYlllo Mondays Wednssdays Fridays fend Soturdays at 4 p m Freight shipped by this lins de livered quicker than by rail Through rates quoted to all Ohio Cumberland Grten Barren and Tennossee river points Write for folder General offices 15 4 to 158 Fourth street Louis ville Ky T L BENNETT 0 F be P A OHO H WILSON Supt it on the newsstands of the large American cities has attained proport iou not usually recorded by publicu tions of this class within five years of their fcundhg Chronic Diarrhoea Relieved Mr Edvtrd EHai rywith the United Stales Express Co Chicago writes Our General Superintendent Mr Quick handed me a bottle of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea I used it since that time and cured on our trains who have been sick mRnyI an old soldier who served with ford B Hates and William McKinlry for four years in the 25rd Ohio Regi ment and have no ailment except chronic diarrhoea which this remedy stops at Gnur For sale at Sevtra Drug Store Horse And Horses Oneof the pleas trade by defenders of the race track iis that it stimulates the art of horee breeding and so helps to improve the noble set vant of mankind the owner of the winning horse in a recent rare patted his woud erful beast and aildresstd to the reporters note books a sentimental protest against the narrow minded enemies of the chestnut beauty whose hearts were not touched whose eyes were not delighted by the magnificent product of the breeders skill Anyone who lives in the horse country knows that this is little less than nonsense The racing horse is built rather for speed than for strength and is usually short lived and in any event worthless alter a few rnces thou sands of horses are racked to pieces to try out the few and the l orso that does not make gooa U of ro more use to the horse racer mid brecde than a counterfeit bil- lWomen as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis ccurages and lessens ambition beauty viror and first and In cent and one dollar may bottle by mail and cheerfulness soon I disappear when the kid neys out of order or trouble has f for a child to born t afflicted with weak kid neys If the child urin ates often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should able to the difficulty Is kidney trouble the step should be towards the treatment of men are made mis erable with kidney bladder trouble by druggists fifty sizes You have at sample are be too be thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer St Co Binghamton N Y be sure and nentlon this paper Dont makeany mistake but remember th name SwampBoot Dr Kilmers wimp t t I u Capital 50000 Surplus 5000 G M Robertson IfPays depositsno managed payLLouisville Evansville atItack diseasedKidney prevalentf withbedwetting unpleasanttrouble thekidneyssupposeWomen remedyTheofSwampRoot oRooLIng Ion W II BOWMEK President A B SKILLMAN Cnsbier F L Vicepresident CHAB SKILLMAN AsstCasbler Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipmentII Interest paid on time deposits Lmuu Pusiness great and small solicitedI The Carlsbad of America French Lick and West Baden Springs Ind Now reached by direct line of the Southern Railway Leave Evansville 2 20 pm Rockport 7 15 am 2 pm Cannelton 715am 2 pm Tell City 7 25 am 2 22 pm II Troy 7 35 am 2 32 pm Arrive French Lick10 20 am 545 pm Arrive West nadenIO 30 am 5 55 pm DaIly Except Sunday ROUND TRIP RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS Evansville to French Lick 53 16 Rockportto 2 52 CanneltonI 2 72 Tell CityII 260 Troy 244 E D P A Ind J C Beam Jr A G P A St Louis Mo I + I THE V 1 1Fifth Avenue I HOTELY I m mLouisvilleyI l Ky 1 I PIKE Mgr P 3 DIRECTORS West Stratton Evansville CAMPBELL located IflOOblocks rror Yi r CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPORATED Long distance and telephones of this enable you talk almost Southern Indiana Illinois Kentucky Mississippi and We can put you quick and satisfactory communication with tho countryWoable Equipments and passed AS E CALDWELL presldonl LELAND HUME General Manager I The fine horses the saddlers and workhorses are bred all merits beauty stamina and disposition and even the commonly i good one are worth taking care of The j jI and ofbreeding development these I horses will always go on and real of the horses would not suffer if every racehorse in the world were killed The horse bred or only is freak Especially freakish is the American racer designed for the short sprint about as far from allround horse excellence as a man would be from excellence who could do nothing but run hundredyard for two or three years and spent the rest of his life in a hospital for incurables or an idiot asylum Youths Companion Disagreeable at Home Lots of men nnd women who are agreeable with others get cranky at home not disposition its the liver If you find in yourself that you feel cross the house little things worry you just buy a bottle of Ballards Herbtne and put your liver in shape You and everybody you will feel better for it Price 50pentsperbpttlf Sold by AtRlkishe w r r I j Morris Eskridge W Beard D S Richardson Dr A Kincheloo f C V B F Beard cent safely LioniroOT The 720am 15 15 To Baden3 20 2 56 2 76 264 2 48 Trio most centrally ard only II I Only one block from the principal shopping hat trict and two frczr Ithe principal theatres IStreet cars pass the door to nil par I of the cltv- Everything neat and cleanj zY Y a i Ilines Company to anywhere in Southern Tennessee Louisiana In t facilities unsur really drivers for speed normal virtues speed dashes Its around around I c r I D WEBB Treasurer W I 411trerptarv m SEEDSBUCgBEEs SEEDS SUCCEED I OFFERItrill makeyouourpotmaeeatcustomerILdhblrnrletleei4et temtklnd = Totut varleUel1101 t GUARANTEED TO PLEASE i Write today Mention this Paper SEND 10 CENTSla eortr potUn ud picklor ind roe I lt thU valuablecollection of Seed poitnald tofitbtr wllh ray bin noonsillH W Buckbee13611UCKBU STREET Uox The little attacks of stomach trouble amid stomach disorders will undoubtedly lead to chronic dyspepsia unless you taice something far a sufficient time to strengthen the stomach and give it a chance to get well If you take Kodol in the beginning the had attacks of Dyspepsia will be avoided but if you unheededItyour stomach in condition again Get a1 battle of Kodol to aylotd by al- lDrggis r t I MU + i 1 c wIII i r Hii T1TAFT OUTLINES PARTYPOLICIES Acceptance Speech Keynote ofI Campaign HIGH PRAISE FOR ROOSEVELT Republican Candidate Rebukes Oppo sitions Standon Philippine Inde j pendencePromises Steps Toward Tariff Reform Immediately After Inauguration if ElectedBelieves In Income Tax by Statutory Law if Necessary For Revenues Rather Than by Amendment to the Consti tutionRights of Both Organized and Unorganized Labor Should Be Impartially Upheld Senator Warner and Gentlemen of the Committee I am deeply sensible of the honor which tho Republican Na tional Convention has conferred on me In the nomination which you formally tender I accept It with full apprecIa- tion of the responsibility It imposes Gentlemen the strength of the Re publican cause In the campaign at hand Is In the fact that we represent the policies essential to the reform of known abuses to the continuance of liberty and true prosperity and that we are determined as our platform un equivocally declares to maintain them and carry them on For more than ten years this country passed through an epoch of material development far beyond any that ever occurred in the world before In Its course certain evils crept in Some prominent and In fluential members of the community spurred by financial success and In their hurry for greater wealth became unmindful of the common rules of business honesty and fidelity and of the limitations Imposed by law upon their action This became known The revelations of the breaches of trust the disclosures as to rebates and dis criminations by railways the accumulating evidence of the violation of the f antitrust law by a number of corpora I bondsIenriching of directors and for the pur pose of concentrating control of rail ways in one management all quick ened the conscience of the people and brought on a moral awakening among them that boded well for the future of the country What Roosevelt Has Done The man who formulated the expres slon of the popular conscience and who led the movement for practical reform was Theodore Roosevelt no laid down the doctrine that the rich violator of the law should be as amenable to restraint and punishment as the of fender without wealth and without in fluence and he proceeded by recom mending legislation and directing executive actiOn to make that principle good in actual performance President Roosevelt directed suits to be brought and prosecutions to be in etJtuted under the antitrust law to en ITCHINGOLITTLE BOY t His Hands were a Solid Mass and Disease Spread All Over His Body In Four Days the Child was Entirely CuredMother Strongly I RECOMMENDS CUTICURA r SOAP AND OINTMENT S One day we noticed that our little itchingfhands His hands were not as bad then and we didnt think anything serious would result But the next day we heard of the Cuticura Remedies being so good for itching thmetc that I thought I would got By this time tho disease had spread all over his body and his hands were nothing but a solid mass of this itching disease I went to the drug store and purchased a box of Cuticura Soap and ono box of Cutloura Ointment and that night I stripped my little boy and took the Cuticura Soap and lukewarm water and washed him well Then I dried him with a soft bath towel and took the Cuticura Ointment and rubbed him thoroughly with it I did this every evening before I put him to bed and in entireycuredpublish this because anybody who suf fered as my baby did ought to know of the Guticura Remedies I will surely and gladly recommend the Cuticura Remedies for they are a godsend to all i suffering with skin diseases Mrs Frank Donahue 208 Fremont St Kokomo Ind Sept 10 1907 PIMPLESIi And Blackheads Prevented and Cured by Cuticura Gently smear tho face with Cuticura Ointment tho great Skin Cure but do not rub Wash off the Ointment in five minutes with Cuticura Soap and hot water and continue to bathe the face freely for some minutes Repeat morn ing and evening At other times use hot water and Cuticura Soap for bath ing tho face as often as agreeable Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor of Infant Children and Adults constsu of Cuticura Soap Ebel to Cleanse the Skin Olntnen 600 to JIIAI rmutchocolate- Coated utlcurma ReIIOlventeIlOo or In the Pllla Zoo vial of 00 to Purify the Blood Sold throughout the world Potter Drug de Chem Corp Hole Props Boston Moss iJtailed Free Cuticura Book on Skin Diseases a R force Its provisions against Ute most powerful of the industrial corporations He pressed to passage the pure food law and the meat Inspection law In the Interest of the health of the public clean business methods and great ultl mate benefit to the trades themselves Ho recommended the passage of a law which the Republican convention has since specifically approved restricting the future Issue of stocks and bonds by Interstate railways to such as may be authorized by Federal authority Chief Function of Next Administration The chief function of the next Ad ministration in my Judgment Is distinct from and a progressive develop ment of that which has been performed by President Roosevelt The chief function of the next Administration Is to complete and perfect the machinery by which these standards may be main tamed by which the lawbreakers maybe promptly restrained and punished but which shall operate with sufficient accuracy and dispatch to Interfere with legitimate business as little as possible Such machinery Is not now adequate Physical Valuation of Railways V e 4 Somo of the suggestions of the Democratic platform relate really to this subordinate and ancillary machinery to which I have referred Take for In stance the socalled physical valuation of railways It Is clear that the sum of all rates or receipts of a railway less proper expenses should be limited to a fair profit upon the reasonable value of Its property and that If the sum exceeds this measure It ought to be reduced Tho difficulty In enforcing tho principle Is In ascertaining what Is the reasonable value of the companys property and In fixing what is a fair profit It Is clear that the physical value of a railroad and its plant is an element to be given weight In determining Its full value but as President Roosevelt in his Indianapolis speech and the Supreme Court havo In effect pointed out the value of the railroad as a going concern including its good will duo to efficiency of service rid many other circumstances may be much greater than the value of Its tan gible property and It Is the former that measures the Investment on which a fair profit must be allowed Then tQQI the question what Is a fair proflUis one Involving not only the rate of interest usually earned on normally safe Invest ments but also a sufficient allowance to make up for the risk of loss both of capital and interest in the original outlay These considerations will UTe justified the company in Imposing charges high enough to secure n fair income on the enterprise as a whole The securities at market prices will have passed into the hands of subse quont purchasers from the original In vestors Such circumstances should properly affect the decision of the tri bunal engaged In determining whether the totality of rates charged is reasonable or excessive To Ignore them might so seriously and unjustly Im pair settled values as to destroy all hope of restoring confidence anti for ever end tho Inducement for invest ment In new railroad construction which in returning prosperous times is sure to be essential to our material progressFrom what has been said the proper conclusions would seem to be that In attempting to determine whether the entire schedule of rates of a railway Is excessive the physical valuation of the road Is a relevant and Important but not necessarily a controlling factor I am confident that the fixing of rates on the principles suggested above would not materially Impair the pres ent market values of railroad securl ties In most cases for I believe that the normal increase In the value of railroad properties especially In their terminals will more than make up for the possible overcapitalization in ear lier years In some cases doubtless It will be found that overcapitalization I is made an excuse for excessive rates and then they should be reduced but tho consensus of opinion seems to be that the railroad rates generally in this country are reasonably low Conclusion That There Should Ue Physical Valuation I have discussed this with some degree of detail merely to point out that the valuation by the Interstate Com merco Commission of the tangible property of a railroad Is proper and may from time to time bo necessary In settling certain issues which may come before them and that no evil or Injus tice can como from valuation in such cases If it be understood that the result is to be used for a just purpose and the right to a fair profit under all the circumstances of tho investment Is recognizedNational Control of Interstate Com merce Corporation Another suggestion In respect to subordinate and ancillary machinery necessary to carry out Republican policies- Is that of tho incorporation under Na tional law or the licensing by National license or enforced registry of compa lies engaged in Interstate trade The fact is that nearly all corporations do Ing a commercial business are engaged in Interstato commerce and If they all were required to take out a Federal license or a Federal charter the bur den upon the interstate business of the country would become intolerable- It is necessary therefore to devise somo means for classifying and Insur- Ing Federal supervision of such cor porations as have tho power and temp tation to effect restraints of Interstate trado and monopolies Such corpora tions constitute a very small percentage of all engaged in Interstate busi nessIConstruction of AntiTrust Law The possible operation of the anti trust law under existing rulings of the Supreme Court had given rise to sug gestions for its necessary amendment to prevent its application to cases I This woman says she was saved from an operation by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I Lena V Henry Gat writes to Mrs Pmkham I IIsuffered untold misery from female trouble My doctor said an opera tion was tho only chance I had and I dreaded it almost as much as death I iI Ono day I read how other women had been cured by Lydia E Plnkhatns Vegetable Compound and I decided to try it Before I had taken the first enIIanlfemalePinkhams Vegetable Compound I FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound madeI from roots and herbs has standard remedy for female ills and has positively cured thousands ol- women who have been troubled with ulceraIperiodic pains backache that bear ingdown feeling flatulency indi es tion dizziness or nervous prostration Why dont you try it Mrs Pinklmm invites all stoic women to write her for advicei She has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Mass which It 1s believed were nctti ih Xne contemplation of the framers of the statute Take two instances A merchant or manufacturer engaged In a legitimate business that covers certain States wishes to sell his business and his good will and so In the terms of the sale obligates himself to the pur chaser not to go into the same bust ness in those States Such a restraint of trade has always been enforced at common law Again the employees an Interstate railway combine and ofI ter upon a peaceable and lawful strU to secure bettor wages At common law this was not a restraint of trade or commerce or a violation of the rights of the company or of the public Neither case ought to be made a violation of the antitrust law My own impression Is that the Supreme Court would hold that neither of these In stances Is within its Inhibition but if they are to be so regarded general leg necessaryIl poration to sell its commodities at the same price the country over allowing for transportation Is utterly impracticable i If it can be shown that in or der to drive out competition a corpo ration owning a largo part of the plant producing an article Is selling In one part of the country where it has com petitors at a low and unprofitable price and In another part of the coun try where it has none at an exorbi tant price tills la evidence that it is at tempting an unlawful monopoly and justifies conviction under the antitrust law but the proposal to supervise the business of corporations in such a way as to fix the price of commodities and compel the sale at such price is as absurd and socialistic a plank as was ever inserted in a Democratic political platform Advantage of Combination of Capital The combination of capital in large plants to manufacture goods with the greatest economy is just as necessary us the assembling of tho parts of a machine to the economical and more rapid manufacture of what in old times was made by hand Tho Gov trnmcnt should not interfere with one any more than the other What Is an Unlawful Trust When however such combinations are not based on any economic prin ciple but are made merely for the pur poso of controlling the market to maintain or raise prices restrict output and drive out competitors the public derives no benefit and we have a monopoly It Is important therefore that such large aggregations of cap- Ital and combination should be con trolled so that the public may have tho advantage of reasonable prices and that the avenues of enterprise may be kept open to the individual and tho smaller corporation wishing to en gago in business Many enterprises have been organ ized on the theory that mere aggrega tion of nil or nearly all existing plants In a line of manufacture without regard to economy of production de stroys competition They have most of them gone Into bankruptcy Competition in a profitable business will not bo affected by the mere aggrega tion of many existing plants under one company unless the company thereby effects great economy the benefit otI which it shares with the public 1 takes some Illegall method to avoid competition and to perpetuate a hold on the business Proper Treatment of Trusts Unlawful trusts should be restrained with all the efficiency of injunctive process and the persons engaged In maintaining them should bo punished with all the severity of criminal pros ecution In order that tho methods pur sued in the operation of their business shall be brought within the law To destroy them and to eliminate the wealth they represent from the pro ducing capital of the country would entail enormous loss and would throw lout of employment myriads of work Ingincn and workingwomen Such n result Is wholly unnecessary to the ac complishment of the needed reform and will Inflict upon the innocent far greater punishment than upon the guiltyDestructive Policy of Democratic Plat formI does not propose to destroy the plants of the trusts physically but It proposes to do the same thing In a different way The business of this country Is large Iy dependent on a protective system of tariffs The business done by many of the so called trusts Is protected with the other business of the country The Democratic platform proposes to take off the tariff in all articles com proI by so to put them on the free list If such a course would be utterly destructive of their business as is Intended It would not only destroy the trusts but nil of their smaller competitors The ruthless and impracticable character of the proposition grows plainer as Its effects upon the whole community are realizedTo the course suggested by the Democratic platform In these matters Is to Involve the entire community In nocent ns It Is In the punishment of the guilty while our policy Is to stamp out the specific evil This difference between the policies of the two great parties Is of especial importance In view of the present condition of busi ness After ten years of the most remarkable material development and prosperity there carne n financial stringency a panic and an Industrial depression This was brought about not only by the enormous expansion of business plnnta and business Invest ments which could not bo readily con verted but also by the waste of capi tal In extravagance of living In wars and other catastrophic Republican Doctrine cf Protection The Republican doctrine of protection aa definitely announced by tIll Republican convention of this year and by previous convent Ions Is that n tariff shall be Imposed on all Imported products whether of till factory farm or mine sufficiently grunt to equal the difference between the cost of produc ton abroad and at home and that this di7ncllc IiIiU of course liuluU the difference between the higher wages paid hi this country anti the wages paid abroad nnd embrace n rea sonable profit to the American producer A system of protection thus adopted and put In force has led to the establishment of n rate of wages here that lens greatly enhanced the standard of living of the laboring man It Is the policy of the Republican party permanently to continue that standard of living In ISOi the Dingley Tariff Bill wns pissed under which we have hind as already said a period of enor mous prosperity Necessity For Revision ef Tariff The consequent material development has geatly changed the condi tions under which many articles described by the schedules of the tariff are now produced The tariff In a number of the schedules exceeds the difference between the cost of produc tion of such articles abroad and at borne including a reasonable profit to the American producer The excess over that difference serves no useful purpose but offers a temptation to those who would monopolize the production and the salo of such articles In this country to profit by the excess lye rate On the other hand there are other schedules In which the tariff is not sufficiently high to give the meas ure of protection which they should re ceive upon Republican principles and as to those the tariff should be raised A revision of the tariff undertaken upon this principle which is at the basis of our present business system begun promptly upon the Incoming of tho new administration and considered at a special session with the prelimi nary investigations already begun by the appropriate committees of the House and Senate will make the disturbance of business Incident to such a change as little as possible Labor and What the Republican Party Has Done For It We come now to the question of la boreOne Important phase of the pol Idles of the present Administration has been an anxiety to secure for tho wage earner an equality of opportunity and such positive statutory protection r shall place him on a level in dealing with his employer The Republican party has passed an employers liabil ity act for Interstate railroads and has established an eight hour law for goy ernment employees and on government construction The essence of the re form effected by tho former Is the abolition of tho fellowservant rule nnd the introduction of the comparative negligence theory by which an em ployee Injured In the service of his employer does not lose his right to recover because of slight negligence on his part Then there Is tune act pro viding for compensation for Injury to government employees together with the various statutes requiring safety appliances upon Interstate commerce railroads for the protection of their employees and limiting the hours of their employment These are all In stances of the desire of the Repub Menu iparty to do Justice to the wRge1 earner Doubtless a more sive measure for comp1lhellI eminent employees will be adopted tho future IIIII To give to employees their position in such a controversy properII able them to maintain themselves CIIPIItnlInII union there Is strength nUll without It each Individual laborer and employee would be helpless The promotion of Industrial peace through the Instru mentality of the trade agreement Is often one of the results of such union when Intelligently conducted There Is a large body of laborers however skilled and unskilled who are not organized Into unions Their rights before the law are exactly the same as those of the union men and are to be protected with the same can and watchfulness- In order to Induce their employer into a compliance with their request for changed terms of employment workmen have the right to strike In a body They have a right to use such persuasion as they may provided it does not reach the point of duress to lead their reluctant colaborers to join them In their unlorf against their em ployer and they have a right If they choose to accumulate minds to support those engaged In a strike to delegate to officers the power to direct the ac tion of the union und to withdraw themselves and their associates from dealings with or giving custom to those with whom they are In contro versy What Labor Cannot Lawfully Do What they have not the right to do Is to Injure their employers property to injure Itheir employers business by use of thronts or methods of physical duress against those who would work for him or deal with him or by carrying I on what Is sometimes known aiII a secondary boycott against his hldealsI If tins been claimed that Injunctions do not Issue to protect anything but property rights and that business la not a property right but such a propo sition Is wholly Inconsistent with all the decisions of the courts The Sn preme Court of the United States says that the Injunction Is a remedy to protect property or rights of a pecuniary nature and we may well submit to the laymenInow Is not as distinctly a right of a pecuniary nature as the right to his horse or his house or the stock of goods on his shelf and tho Instances in which Injunctions to protect business have boon upheld by all courts are so many that it Is futile further to discuss the proposition- It Is difficult to tell the moaning of the Democratic platform upon this subject It says- Questions of Judicial practice have arisen especially In connection with in dustrIal disputes We deem that the partlej to all Judicial proceedings should be treated with rigid impartial Ity and that Injunctions should not be issued in any cases In which Injunctions would not Issue If no Industrial dispute were Involved This declaration Is disingenuous It seems to have been loosely drawn with the especial purpose of rendering it susceptible to one interpretation by one set of men and to a diametrically opposite Interpretation by another It does not aver that injunctions should not issue In industrial disputes but only that they should not Issue merely bo cause they are Industrial disputes and yet those responsible for the declara tion must have known that no one has ever maintained that the fnct that a dispute was Industrial gave any basis for issuing an Injunction in reference theretoThe seems to be drawn In IIts present vague and ambiguous shape In order to persuade some people that It Is a declaration against the Issuing of injunctions In nny industrial dispute while at the saute time It may be pos sible to explain to tho average plain citizen who objects to class distinctions that no such Intention exists at all Our position Is clear and unequivocal Ve are anxious to prevent even an ap pearance of any Injustice to labor In the issuance of Injunctions not in a spirit of favoritism to one sot of our fellow citizens but of justice to all of our fellow citizens rite reason for ex Continued on Page Six CLOVERPORTTO LOUISVILLEAnd SUNDAY AUGUST 9th X125 FOR ROUND TRIP Good on trains leaving Cloverport 507 a m 1004 a m Good re turning on any train same day rKENTUCKY BIGGEST SHOW1 L =SEPT141516rM8191908 SIX BIG DAYS DAILY TRACES 25000 IN PREMIUMS wEBER BAND ATTAACr2Q SIDE SHOWS FREE Here is the place to display your live stock and farm productsf to meet your friends and to combine amusement with information Show every day rain or shine in our new 100000 Live Stock Pavilion Be one of the quarter of a million to visit this years Fair LOW RAILROAD RATES For information entry blanks or catalog address J W NEWMAN Secretary X Louisville Ky SEVEN IIILLS CHAUTAUQUA AUGUST 114 1908 OWtNSBORO KY Summary of Daily Program14 Big Days SATURDAY AUGUST 1 Third Regiment Band plays during Assembly Athletics Miss Jeanette Kling in Baraba Frietchie The Younas Japanese Jugglers Tom Cor win Imitator Ella Mae Hargrove Whistler Moving Pictures every night Lecture Edward Russell Perry Pansy E Rose Soloist SUNDAY AUGUST 2 The Model Sunday School 11 a m Rev T C Gebauer Sacred ConcertjI Chautauqua Chorus Solos Hargrove LaRose Bosley Hansen Readings Miss Kling Miss Mayme Miller Dr Edward Russell Perry Pansy E Rose MONDAY AUGUST 3 George R Stuart S A Long Tom Convin Miss Hargrove Miss Kling TUESDAY AUGUST 4 Chicago Glee Club Feorge R Stuart S A Long Miss Kling Tom Corwin Miss Hargrove WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 Father Vaughan the Dramatic Ora tor in two lectures Chicago Glee Club Miss Kling Tom Corwin Miss Hargrove THURSDAY AUGUST 6 Col A W Hawkes Sunshine Florence Maybrick Twenty years in an English Prison Tom Corwin Chi cago Glee Club Miss Hargrove Ad mission 50 cents FRIDAY AUGUST 7 President Kinnaraan Music Festival Chautauqua Chorus and Soloists Tom Corwins last number Miss Willie Neely ReaderSATURDAY AUGUST 8 Gov John A Johnson of Minnesota endorsed for President of the United States Pitt Parker Cartoonist Miss Neely Wedding Cake Older II Than The Bride At the wedding of Miss Jennie Tichenor and Clarence Talby tha wedding cake which will be given by the bride to her friends will be eight years older than the bride herself Miss Ticheuor will be married at the home of her aunt Mrs George Pollay at the corner of Tioga and Buffalo streets Mrs Polly was married twentyeight years ago and at that time she had baked a wedding cake which she resolv ed to save for ths next one in the family who married Yeats have passed and Miss Tichenor is the first one of the present generation to wed The other day a hunt was instituted for the wedding cake for Mrs Pollay had forgotten where she had placed it After several hours of searching it was finally found and given to the bride Itnaca Dallv Journal Baby Morphine Fiends are made by all soothing syrups and baby medicines that contain opium and narcotic McGees Baby Elixir con tHins no injurious or narcotic drugs of any kind A sure and safe cure for disordered stomach bowels and fretfulness splendid for teething infants Sold by A R Fisher Pointers For Boys In a mothers old scrap book we recently came across the following choice counsel for boys 1 To Throw Stones Fold each one carefully in a feather bed and give notice to all the neighorhood when and where are going to pitch ItII 2 To Carry Gunpowder in the Pock ctSoak it well in cold water andII then wrap it up iin a cover ofII oiled silkJJ 8 Go Slide Down the banister Baptist orldIEczema For the good of those suffering with eczema or other such trouble I wish to say my wife bad something of that kind and after using the doctors remedies for some time concluded to try Chamber lains Salve aud it proved to be better than anything she had tried For sale at Severs Drug Store Taking Cold In Summer Most summer colds that are not hay fever and caused by pollen are the direct result of recklessness Almost invariably thay come from overbeating and sudden chilling For this reason women and children who have nothing but thin muslin over their arms and neck are most frequent sufferersWhile it is almost impossible in our climate to wear even the thinnest high necked gauze during the not months there is no doubt that it or light silk or wool is a great absorbent of perspiration and prevents a sudden checkingWhen warm do not sit down in a draft to cool off It is dangerous in the hottest day in summer if drafts be un 4 SUNDAY AUGUST 9 Bible School Commencement Sa cred Concert by Chautauqua Chorus and Soloists Sermon Dr Talmage of England Pitt Parker Danger Sig nals MONDAY AUGUST 10 Concerts by Weils famous St Louis Worlds Fair Band of fifty men Lec ture by Lenora Lake Single admission this day 50 cents children 25 cents TUESDAY AUGUST 11 Closing Concerts by Weils famous St Louis Band Lecture by Mrs Lake The Divine Rights of a Child Ad mission 50 cents- WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12 Grand Concert Chautauqua Chorus Henry A Butchel Governor of Col orado Lincoln and Smile and Push THURSDAY AUGUST 13 Daviess County School Commence ment and 0 atorical Contest Mont taville Flowers Chautauqua Chorus FRIDAY AUGUST 14 Closing DaySenator E W Car mack of Tennessee Montaville Flowers Concert Prices of Admission Notwithstanding the great program the management has placed the price of the season ticket at 250 Remem ber this ticket gives you the right to pass in and out as often as you like A childs season ticket costs 150 tor children 12 years and under Daily admissiontickets good for one ad mission only25c children 150 three special days fOci children 25c A transferable season ticket for 300 No pass out checks issued for any cause avoidable throw a light wrap over the shoulders until partially cooled Even more dangerous is it to sit down on a marble or stone step when very warm This should not be done at any time when overheated peritonitis may follow For Sale a Desirable Home Within ten minutes walk of Clover port in two tracts One tract of 40 acres nice comfortable cottage good as new with all necessary outbuildings and a nice fish pond located just above Tile plant on river and railroad Also 90 acres adjoining good black land part in timber and part in cultivation Will sell one or both places This is a bar gain for some one For further infor mation apply to Mrs John F Morton Cloverport Ky- These Tuo In Politics Will Davidson a former Hawesville boy has been untried as the Demo cratic candidate for Circuit Clerk of Ford county Illinois He has long been city clerk of Gibson city and the nomination comes in the way of a promotion to a very deserving young man At Dallas Texas on Mon ay W G Sterett formerly of Hawesville and who bears a national reputation as a newspaper correspondent was defeated for the Democratic nomina tion for Congress The successful opponent of Mr Sterett is already a member of Congress though Sterett made a splendid showing in the election He is the brother of Mrs S A Adair nf Hawesville Hancock Clarion Does your back ache Do you have sharp pains in the side and the small of the back This is due usually to kid ney trouble Take DeVitts Kidney and Bladder Pills They will promptly relieve weak back backache rheumatic pains aud all Kidney and Bladder disorders Sold and recommended by all Druggists Gold Brick Victim Dies Trenton N J July 20 Patrick Mar tin one of the pioneer gold brick victims of this section died today He was 09 years oldand notwithstanding the financial Jolt he received when he paid 5000 for two brass bricks about eigh teen years ago he had accumulated a considerable fortune Martin came to this counrry as a poor Irish boy and prospered He knew that he had a nephew in this country but had never sesn him until a stranger introduced himself as his missing rela tive Martin was inveigled into the purchase of the two gold bricks by his alleged nephew who had two accom plices Indians He was shown the drass bricks in which borings were made which when assayed proved to be of the purest gold He made the final purchase from the Indians in a woods near this city turning over 5000 in cash for the brass The swindle was one which at the attracted the attention of the whole countryNew York Sun Walter West of California was the guest of Miss Bessie Keys Monday Coming Soon Wait The peoples popular Floating Theater at the River Landing Monday August 10 THE GREAT senbarthHendersonFloating Will Present the Great Play A WOMANS REVENGE Everything New New Vaudeville Acts Dont Forget the Date Cloverport Monday August 10 r Atkins Duvall Mr Lee Duvall of Meeting Creek obtained marriage license Tuesday to wed Miss Ella Atkins of Custer Mr Duvall is a son of Mr James Duvall and isa young man of industry and fine promise Miss Atkins is the daughter of Mr Thos Atkins of Brcckinridge county and is quite an attractive young lady The friends of the contracting parties join in con gratulations Etown Mirror DeWitts Little Early Risers safe easy pleasant sure little liver pills Sold by all Druggists STEPHENSPORT Rev J T Lewis will be greatly missedMrs Mollie Adkisson has returned home from a visit to Evansville Miss Etta English and little nephew James Harvey English are at Tar SpringsMrs E H Miller has returned home from Henderson and Evansville Miss Esther Payne has returned home from a visit to Miss Bessie Mitchell at HoltMrs Earl Basham and Mrs Orval Basham were guests of their sister Mrs Fred Dieckraan last week Warner Dieckman was elected school trustee of this place Saturday Miss Alice Dix has returned home from a visit in the country to Mrs Taylor Basham Mrs Emma Lacy and children of Pembroke are guests of her parents Mr and Mrs H S English Mrs Jake Hanks will go to Tar Springs some time this week for a few days stay Birdie the little twelveyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Mike Basham died Thursday morning of typhoid fever She had been sick for several weeks and was thought that she would recover but God willed it otherwise and the Death Angel wafted Birdies spirit up to the realms above to wait for mother and father and little sister whose hearts are bleeding and torn Yet Heaven will not seem so far away now that Birdie is there Secure Free A Scholarship Now All persons who contemplate entering the Western Kentucky State Normal School on a free scholarship should register their names and addresses with their County Superintendent on or be fore August 8 IgOS The State of Kentucky has provided FREE TUITION for young people who desire to enter the teacching service The demand for qualified teachers is much greater than the supply The Westetn Normal offers young people sixteen years or older un excelled opportunities to prepare them selves for the noble work of teaching See your County Superintendent and register your name and address as an applicant and write H H Cherry President ol the Western Normal of Bowling Green Ky for an illustrated catalogue just received from the hands of the printer For Sore Feet I have found Bucklens Arnica Salve to be the proper thing to use for sore feet as well as for healing burns sores cuts and all manner of abrasions writes Mr W Stone of East Poland Maine It is the proper thing too for piles Try ft1 Sold under guarantee a Severs Drug Store 250 Mrs Jos Smart returned Saturday from a visit to her father Smith Wag goner at Rockport Ind Mr Waggoner returned with her and attended the barbtcne at Hardinsburg THE PERFECT WAY Scores Of Cloverport Citizens Have Learned It If you suffer from backache There is only one way to cure it The perfect way is to cure the kid neysA bad back means sick kidneys Neglect it urinary troubles follow Doans Kidney Pills are made for kid neys only C W Bethel 1205 Eleventh St Owensboro Ky says 1 had heard of the merits of Doans Kidney Pills and as I had a lameness across my kidneys I procured boxtook them carefully with the result that tho trouble was banished Visiting my brother I found him suffering from an attack of lumbago that made every motion one of extreme agony His kidneys also caused him much annoyance and he was unable to obtain relief I insisted on his taking Doans Kidney Pills and it was won derful how quickly they banished all the pain and lameness In a few days he was at work and the kidney difficults had entirely disappeared For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole ascents for the United StatesRemember the name Doana and take no other Excellent Health Advice Mrs M M Davison of No 379 Gif ford Ave San Jose Cal says The worth of Electric Bitters as a general family remedy tor headache bilious ness and torpor of the liver and bowels is so pronounced that I am prompted to say a word in its favor for the benefit of those seeking relief from such afflictions There is more health for the digestive organs in a bottle of Electric Bitters than in any other remedy I know of Sold under guarantee at Severs Drug Store 50c Mr and Mrs Jasper Dyer returned home Tuesdey Mr Dyers health seems very much improved She Likes Good Things Mrs Chap E Smith of West Frank lin Maine says I like good things and have adopted Dr Kings New Life Pills as our family laxative medicine because they are good and do their work without making a fuss about it These painless purifiers sold by Severs Drug Co 25c Appreciates The News Hardinsburg KyAug3 Special G B Cunningham of Chenault was in town last week Mr Cunningham has been a constant subscriber to the News for 25 years and has every copy of his paper that he ever received He had here a copy of the News pub lished in 1884 Whenever any matter of date of happenings comes up for dis cussion he decides the matter by re ference to his files qjaAOjj UUinaODjlas u glim Pasoaid Suoi aaaou sl Sfiog plwaHPJOOoa o2noigDou jo 6109 eqs J3qoqM JSBOI oqj ui eaeo on soop oqA UBtnoM jaqjonu no Sajnuo jo aonsanb oq aeAo nap JBDJS u BDJJJOM aBtnoM u uq1 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Wall Leona Still W Stiff Elizabeth McCoy Joe W Fowler Mary E Burdette The will of Gen A J Gross was ad mitted to probate Monday Mrs Gross and the Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company are jpint executors The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Co have on exhibit in their window a fine loving cup which will be given to the Breckenridge exhibitor of the finest three kinds of stock The Fair Association have on exhibition at the Bank of Hardinsburg a magnificent vase to be given to some lady who wins most premiums in the floralliall exhibit The Fair catalogues will be distribut ed this week- Raymond Dowell and Herbert Hall went to the Mammoth cave last week Tom Moore left yesterday for Bowl ing Green to attend of the alumni of the Bowling Green Normal Mr Moore is toast master at the banquet at this meeting Edgar Goodman is visiting in Ballard and McCracken counties The will of John Gibson was admitted to probate Monday James Moredock colored died here Monday night of dropsy He had lived here about eighteen months Rhodelia came over last week with a superior nine of fine looking fellows On the local diamond Friday our boys won from them by a score of 14 to 5 On Saturday the second game resulted in our defeating them by a score of 9 to 4Mrs Heber Roberts is at home after a visit of two weeks to friends in the country Why James Lee Got Well Everybody in Zanesville 0 knows Mrs Mary Lee of rural route 8 She writesliMy husband James Lee firm ly believes he owes his life to the use of Dr KingsNw Discovery His lungs were so severely affected that consump tion seemed inevitable when a friend recommended New Discovery We tried it and its use has restored him to perfect health Dr Kings New Dis covery is tbe King of throat and lung remedies For conghs and colds it has no equal The first dose gives relief Try it Sold under guarantee at Severs Drug Store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Is Peruna Useful i for Catarrh Should a list ofthe ingredients ofPa runs be submitted to any medical ex 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throat lungs stomach or some other internal organ There is no doubt as to the na ture of the disease The only trouble is the remedy This doctor has tried to cure them That doctor has tried to prescribe for them BUT THEY ALL FAILED TO BRING ANY RELIEF Dr Hartmans idea is that a catarrh remedy can be made on a large scale as he is making it that it can bemade honestly of tho purest drugs and of the strictest uniformity His idea is that this remedy can be supplied die rectly to the people and no more be charged for it than is necessary for the handling of itNo other household remedy so uni vernally advertised carries upon the label the principal active constituents showing that Peruna invitee the fall inspection of the critics Websters International A wonderful book is Websters Inter national Dictionary and it is the favor printing school room should not be without this great volumn Websters has been the standard authority in the Government Printing office and nearly all the text books 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