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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OL L XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12 1908 8 Paces NO S r I n- ii 1l l L J TEMPERANCE TALKS = ENTHUSIASM HIGH Rev West and Mrs Curtis of Sherman Texas Will Be Here REV CURRIE WORKING HARD Hardinsburg Is not the only town in Breckenridge where antisaloon work is going on for folks are busy in Clover port making arrangements for the fight gainst whisky in the coming election Meetings will be held each night ex cept August 20 during next week 000 Rev JW West superintendent of the State AntiSaloon League of Texas will address the people of Cloverport at Fishers corner Saturday evening August 15 at 715 oclock 000 Mrs Nannie Curtis of Sherman Texas and Rev J W West will hold great mass meeting Sunday August 16 afternoon and night One cannot af ford to miss hearing Mrs Curtis and Rev West 000 The Rev Currie and Rev Lewis are both working fearlessly for temper ance Not against whisky men but for them and against their business 000 The ministers are not the only ones doing their part for the temperance cause but almost all the leading busi ness men are taking a hand in the matter Card of Thanks Mrs John D Gregory and family thank the Masons and their friends for the kindness shown them in every way during their recent bereavement Important Notice To Correspondents It is impossible to get news letters in the paper unless they reach this office on Friday or Saturday Many good communications had to be omitted last week because they were received too late for attention Please mail your copy this week on Friday Assistant Editor Beautiful Embroidery During the last few months Mrs Mary McCracken has been doing some unusually pretty handiwork in the way of linen shopping bags Mrs Mc Cracken has long been known for her artistic needle work but these French embroidered novelties have created much favorable criticism Rare Old Money- M Behen has a dollar bill which was one of the second issue ot legal tender notes that was authorized by the act of Congress July 11 1862 The bill bears the portrait of Salmon P Chase who was Secretary of the Treasury Mr Beben is quite proud to possess the rare piece of money and values it highly 1780tA curious and most attractive piece of work is H coverlet owned by J T Patterson of this city It is said to Jrliave been woven by Nathan Williarms grandfather about one hundred and twentyeight years ago Mr Patter I son has had it since the winter of 1857 The coverlet is woolen and is in the five patch work It is wonderfully made and is quite a prized heirloom 1 WONDERFUL TREE Blown Down Last fridayGreat Loss at the Aloorman Home Hardinsburg August IOSpecial rTJie most remarkable tree in the county was blown to the ground in the rain and wind storm of Friday after noon It was a gigantic walnut in the yard of Mrs Ethel Moorman near town More than a century old it spread its immense branches some of them eighty feet long andas large as ordinary trees In every direction af fording ample shade for a few hundred persons who could easily have congregated bdneath it Years ago this tree was topped by a slave belonging to James V Moorman the former owner of the place This topping prevented the body of the true from being long enough to be of any great commercial value All VISITORS WIN- EXCITING GAME Williamsons Home Run With With Three on Bases Wins Game For Roseville Last Thursday afternoon Cloverport baseball fans witnessed one of the hot test contests that has been waged on the local diamond this season The game was between manager Morrisons strong nine from Roseville and the local team Although it was a victory for the vis itors by a score of 8 to 3 not until the ninth inning could it be told which side would Win Both teams gave a splen id exhibition of highclass ball each good play bringing loud cheers from the grandstandJarboe in the center of the diamond for the locals while Newton and Burdette twirled for the visitors New tons hand was injured in the second and he was unable to pitch the rest of the game Jarboe and Burdette both pitched fine ball For seven innings the Rosevillians were utterly powerless before Jarboes mighty curves and it seemed that the home boys would wiu a shutout game But In the eighth Jarboe weakened al lowing the bases to be filled At this critical period Williamson who had not made a hit during the whole game swatted the sphere into right garden for a home run Ditzenbach was put in the box in the ninth but the visitors had their ginger up and scored three men off himThe score 123456789TRo- seville 0 0000005 38Cloverport 21000000 03 Struck outBy Jarboe7 by Burdette 8 Bases on ballsOff Jarboe 1 off Burdette 1 Hit by pitched ball White and Graham by Newton DNewton and R Sperryer by Jarboe Home Run Williamson Left on basesCloverport 7 Roseville 6 Double plays Jarhoe to White to Sanders Time of game One hour and fortyfive minutes Um pireHall ScorerWroe Seen From The Grandstand Everybody was playing ball If it had just rained in the seventh Cain did Al backstop wane Jarboe allowed only two hits in seven innings Harper of the Reds who played right field rapped the ball four times out of as many times at the bat but was an easy out at first each time It was the best game I ever saw Everybody The locals went out in the one two three order in the eighth Williamson hit the ball at the right timeDont stand on the outside and watch the game Come in and give the boys o dime and a whole lot of cheering It will help them win HARDINSBURG Personal NotesSchool News And Other Items Of Extreme Interest Roy Moorman was in St Louis sev eral days last week Mr and Mrs George Dooleys six months old little Eva died Sunday morning at their home near H M Beards The remains were buried Monday afternoon- C L Beards Canning factory at Kingswood made the first run of the season last Friday David Murray Jr of Hopkinsville r1DHon John P Haswell was in Custer Thursday on legal business People who travel over the county report fine corn prospects in the Southern part of the county The Northern part has not been so seasonable The canning factory will begin work Friday Dr Day was in Louisville Sunday Judge H DeH Moorman was the guest of friends at Falls of Rough Sun dayRev E B English and wife are at Sandy Hill in Meade county where he is conducting a protracted meeting Dr McMullen of McDaniels has closed the trade for the Guthrie dwelling and lot on Louisville street He gives 2000 for the property and gets possession Oct 1 Marvin Beard and family and Mrs Judith A Dejarnette are at Burgin for a two weeks visit to Mr and Mrs Allen S Edelen C M Payne of Harned and Mr Gregory of Cloverport are advertising the fair They made all the towns on the Illinois Central from Beaver Dam to West Point last week Dr and Mrs Milton Board loft Mon day for Louisville where he goes to equip his Sanitarium on Third street which will soon be opened as Dr Boards Sanitarium The trustees of Educational Division No 1 will meet here at 130 p m next Saturday for the purpose of organiza tion A Chairman and a Secretary will be elected The Bland brothers of Carlisle Indiana have purchased the Kennedy house and lot at the south end of Main street and presented it to their mother who has for some time rented the pro pertyMiss Maude Smith began her school at McGehees near Basin Springs Mon day morning The Hon Tice Jolly is in a Louisville hospital where he went several days days ago for an operation The last teachers examination of the year will be held here Friday and Sat urday of next week A number though not the usual crowd went to Freedom meeting from here Sunday- A telegram from Oklahoma announces that Supt Evans cannot instruct the institute this year Supt Pile is trying to arrange date with some other good instructorThe county AntiSaloon Convention will be held in Hardinsburg Monday August 24 with Mrs Nannie Curtis the Silver Tongued Orator of Texas as the chief speaker The Rev L E Campbell of Bowling Green District will be in charge of the business interests of the meeting which will open at 1080 in the morning The afternoon session will open at 200 oclock Everybody is invited Mrs Curtis is described by one newspaper as surpassingdn eloquence wit pathos logic and humor any speaker ever heard in our city FILED SUIT Air Sam Dix Contests For the Trustees Place of the Public School Hardinsburg August IOSpecial Sam Dix of Stephensport has filed a contest suit for the trustees place of the Stephensport Public School Warner Dieckman was given the certificate and was declared to have 18 votes to Mr Dixs 17 Mr Dix was the nominee for the place and his name was printed upon the ballot the only name properly placed there so the petition claims It is alleged that the clerk of the election wrote or caused to be written Mr Dieckmans name upon every ballot Other irregularities are charged SECRET SERVICE MAN BUSY United States Revenue Officer In CloverportBoot Leggers and Blind Tigers Scared ONE NEGRO ARRESTED Somebody let the cat out of the bag and the news that a Secret Service of ficer is in Cloverport spread tike wild fire last week The officer has been here four weeks or more Many have known and told it but the excitement that his presence has caused was not pitched high until Saturday Men walked up and down the streets got on the corners and talked in low tones about the way that man might lift the cover off a few joints in Cloverport More things would happen more ar rests wovld have beeu made but the voungand old would not tell the truth It has been said that some have been swearing to lies right and left and that several who had been doing so fessed up when they realized what they had done and changed the tune of their stories Others would not talk any United States Marshal Ammett ar rested Jim Ray negro Satday on the charge of bootlegging and there are good prospects of more arrests soon Ray was taken to Louisville on the af ternoon train where he was placed in jail to await an examining trial IRVINGTON NEWS Good Times in the Lively Little City During The Summer Days Miss Nell Smith left Monday for Clo verport to be the guest of Mis Reba Lewis fer several weeks Mr and Mrs Richard Hodges of Kansas arrived last week for a short visit to Mr and Mrs Sam Pvne Mr Hodges is a cousin of Mrs Psyne and this is his first visit to Kentucky in twenty three years Mr Ernest Rees left Saturday for Bowling Green where he expects to take a course at the Normal Mr and Mrs Louis If Jolly have moved into their new home on College St which has just been completed and is quite a beautiful home Mrs J A Ross of Cloverport spent Friday with Mrs Charlie Chamberlain Mrs Forrest Van Meter has returned from Lodiburg after a few days the guest of her uncle Mr Will Head Miss Mary Smith is spending this week with her aunt Mrs Cliff Haddock at WebsterMr of Louisville was the guest of Miss Clair Jolly Sunday Miss Mary Peyton after being the guest of relatives at Bewleyville returned home Sunday The Baptist Sunday School gave their annual picnic last Wednesday at Dents bridge The picnic was well attended and the little folks were conveyed to the grounds on hay wagons A most de licious dinner was spread and the day was spent most enjoyably- A fine rain fell here Saturdayand the farmers are rejoicing as the corn crop and gardens will be greatly benefited Another little boy has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Oscar Dowell to hallo the praises of William Taft Mr and Mrs Kirby Blaine and chil dren of Stephensport were recent vis itors of Mr and Mrs James Biggs The enterprising colored men of Bran denburg voted a graded school at a re cent election There was but one vote registered against the move and he claimed to be influenced by a white man Breckenridge county towns take notice Miss Theocla Pierson after spending two weeks here the guest of the Misses Bandy left for her home at Cecilian TuesdayMrs Simmons of Brandenburg was a visitor ot relatives in town Sat urdayMrs A J Williamson and daughter Miss Ethel Williams ol Owensboro are spending this week at Basin Springs with Mrs Kate Bennett Mr George Peyton arrived Saturday morning from Denver Col for a months visit to his family Mr and Mrs Fran PeytonRev Spurgeon Waldo of Louisville filled the pulpit at the Baptist church on Sunday both morning and evening Master Logan Helm left for Lexington Sunday after spending the summer here with his grandparents Mr and Mrs Bate Washington Dr and Mrs Paul Dempster of Glen deane were the guests of Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons last week Miss Beulah Mudd of this city has been visiting her sister Miss Iva Mudd in Louisville for ten days She was ac companied home by her cousin Mrs J E Watkins who will spend several days with her Miss Frankie Richardson of Macon Ga who has been spending sometime here the guest of relatives and friends left for Louisville Thursday for a visit to her fattier Mr Emmett Richardson Prof B E Atkins President of Logan College Russelville spent a few days in town last week with Mr and Mrs L H JollyMiss Henderson of Louisville was the guest of her aunt Mrs Nora Board last week Mr John L Henry is having his house repainted white with steel grey trimmings The Sherman Bros of MauckportInd are doing the work Mr and Mrs Charlie Hawes returned Friday from Owensboro after being the guests of relatives for ten days Mr Van Meter of Louisville spent Sunday here with his wife Miss Laura Chambers of Louisville is the guest of Miss Clair Jolly Mrs J T Claycomb and daughter Mrs Forrest Van Meter are in Louis villeMrs S P Parks has returned from Brandenburg where she spent a few days visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James Lewis Mrs W J Piggott and son Joe were visitors in Louisville last week Miss Bovie Cain spentSatnrday night in town the guest of Miss Claire Jolly on her way from Southern Alabama where she has been staying for the past month MARRIED SUNDAY Miss Nell Brown and Mr Law rence Kirtley United In Mat rimony at IrvinltonI Irvington August 10Special Miss Nell Brown of Guston and Mr Lawrence Kirtley of this city were quietly married at the residence of Father Hollerland on last Sunday after noon in the presence of a few friends and relatives Mr and Mrs Kirtley left immediately for a short trip East after which they will be at home in Irvington to their friendsMiss Brown is one of Gustons belles and quite an attractive young woman while Mr Kirtley has a position with Mr Alexander and is an enterprising man DELIGHTFUL PARTY Miss AlcGlothlan Writes About Fine Outing Visit At Grayson t Springs 4 Grayson Springs The following people compose a camping i party at the famous old Grayson Springs Ky Mrs Mary Merckie Mr and Mrs Clarence Merckie and Master Charles Merckie of Cresent Hill Mr and Mrs Henry Herndon and two daughters Misses Anna May and WJldo Herndon recently of Princeton Miss Henrietta Best of Louisville Mr and Mrs Robert Merckie Northan and Herndon Merokt of Parklands Miss L B Mc Glothlan of Irvington Mr and Mrs Ed Merckie and Ben Merckie of Clifton also three maids Among the recreations and diver sions enjoyed by this jolly party while in the country was a Barn Dance by de light of de moon given by Mr and Mrs Doc Heaverin Also a fishing trip to Nolin River near Dickys Mills when a fishfry was the principal feature of the day seasoned by a few small stones and an abundance of fun These people are fully convinced that what business man needs and a house keeper deserves is a real outing once a year when all things pertaining to a busy life are laid aside forgotten as it were for the time and when one can live close to nature and natures God When a man or woman goes into the country with the seeing eye they will always be making discoveries They may not discover a new continent but things almost as interesting such as health for the entire family and numerous pleasures that make them go back to the old routine with renewed energy and warm spirit to accomplish more in life and plans discussed for another resting spell in the country By all means have an outing Relaxrest recuperate- L B McGlothlan Cutting Tobacco Wallace Foote who lives three miles south of Irvington has commenced cutting his tobacco the earliest man in the field we believe with a knife Mr Foote says he has four acres of the best tobacco he ever raised In fact he says he dont think there is another crop in the county as good Air Sulzer Returns J F Sulzer of Albuquerque New Mexico has been the guest of Mr and I returningItucky and Indiana Mr Sulzer was lone of the founders of the famous old Sulzer store in this city He is now president of the Penitentiary Board and on the Council which is similiar to the place as representative in a state NEWSPAPER COURTESY GREATLY APPRECIATED Msmbers of the Breckenridge News staff have been enjoying several treats during the last ten days Mr Drink water brought over trom Tobinsport a bag of luscious peaches and Mr O B rMattingly brought some fine tomatoes MOTHER TAKEN Mrs John Neubauer Dies Afttr Lengthlv Illness Of Quick ConsumptionSad Death In the death of Mrs Ray Neubauer a devoted mother a strong character and a true wife was taken from this world Wednesday afternoon about 530 oclock During the entire summer she had been ill of consumption which she contracted last winter and for the last two weeks her death has been ex pected Mrs Neubauer wns born December 12 1875 and she was practically reared by her uncle Mr Jasper Dyer her mother having died when she was a little babe in the cradle and her father died when she was five years of age Her maiden name was Ray Glasscock but she went by her uncles name September 17 1890 she was married to Mr John Neubauer who with three sons Chris Jasper and Currie survive The father and children are sorely grieved and the sympathy of all their friends goes out to them Friday afternoon the funeralwas conducted from the Methodist church of which she had been a mem ber since a little girl The interment took place in the Cloverport cemetery The flowers were beautiful and a lovely floral tribute was sent by Mr Neu bauers coworkers of the Henderson Route shops Among those in attendance at the funeral were Mrs Harry Carpenter and son Roy of New Albany Dr and Mrs Harris of Philpot Miss Christina Neubauer of Owensboro and Mrs Betty Caswell of Louisville Grayson County Fair The Leitchfield Gaiette had a number of interesting Fair Notes in Fridays issue It is to be hoped that the Fair Association appreciates what the Gazette is doing for the Grayson County Fair Among the notes was the following Contractor JeesJD Heybaok is putting the finishing touches on the con struction work at the Fair grounds this week and everything is practically com pleted One very pretty feature is the big arch over the gateway consisting of three perfectly white circles 000 Preston Green of Falls of Roughand Robert Moorman of Glendeane will attend the Fair from Brockenridge NEW CABINET Epworth League Has Annual Elec tion of OfficersJas S Younger President Thursday night the annual election Of the officers of the Epworth League was held in the Sunday School room of the i Methodist church The officers elect ed were as follows Jas S Younger president Miss Lula Severs first vice president Chas Fallon second vice president Miss Edith Burn third vice president Miss Francis Smith fourth vice president M M Denton secretary Ira D Behen treasurer Miss Jennie Mabel Harris Epworth Era Agent Miss Maggie Burn pianoist The officers will be installed the first Sunday night in September Delightful Visit Mrs Annie Ryan has returned home from a most pleasant and interesting visit at Helena Mont where she was the guest of her sister Mrs Henry Richards Mr and Mrs Richards have a magnificent home there and are beautifully situated to entertain visitors Fishing Party A delightful day was spent Sunday- at The Rocks A fine luucheon was enjoyed and the party was composed of the following Misses Elsie Timmer ang Katherine Sippel May Zirckel Messrs Tas Lawson Len Gregory Gus May Emmett Sippel and Chas Hall The Rag Man Here Lee Meyer better known aslithe rag man was in the city last week representing Rice Stix Company Mr Meyer is always a welcome visitor to Cloverport not only because he is a 115000 Peach but for the reason that he is liked immensely by a host of folks in this city LI 2 I 1 i f I 9 f I 1 4 i 0 I j 1 V P r l lf i1 i i if r I or I f I Ii TT7 t I 1 1 J Y 0 r i i 4 iV70 I 01 JII 01 III ooooDODODooo 0 07th SEVENTH ANNUAL 7th 0- IDl MASONSRBECOECLOVERPOIT D o o D THURSDAY AUG 20 1908 D u rm 0ot jJ- fglO ij 0LU LUo LUo = j I 0jJ i bJJbJJ Q r rl- ol CONTESTS AND PRIZESI Ladies Popularity ContestF- irst PrizeLadies Gold Watch 20 Second Prize Ladies 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 Weatherholt H Phelon Gregory Co Miller Brick Tile Co and F Fraize Baby Show Under 18 Months Old Finest looking Boy BabyFulton Go Cart 750 given by M Hamman Son Prettiest Girl BabyGold Necklace 5 given by Severs Drug Co Farmers Contest Sixty Trees to the farmer that turns over to the Committee one 1 fourth bushel finest and best Irish Potatoes 40 Trees to the secondjbest onefourth bushel Irish PotatoesGiven by W S Ashhy j Sons Highland Nursery 1 Egg Race One dozen Cabinet Photographs 5 given by C G Brabandt to i the Lady winner Age limit 16 years and over Old Mans Race 100 yards age limit 50 and overIFirst PrizeBarrel Flour given by the Star Roller Mills Sec 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 Breckenridge News to the second largest number in family on the grounds Given by J D Babbage g EXCURSION RATES Main Line 200 Round Trip from Louisville 200 Howard 125 Bartles 125 Rock Haven 125 Long Branch 125 Brandenburg 115 Ekron 100 o Guston 90 Irvington 80 Webster 70 Lodiburg 60 Mystic 50 Sample 50 Stephensport 50 Addison 50 Holt 40 Skillman 40 Hawesvillo 50 Petrie 50 Q Adair 55 Lewisport 65 Waittnan 75 Maceo 90 Pates 105 Owensboro 125 1 From All Points on Branch Branch Scheduleo Leave Fordsville 600 a m Leave Harned 755 a m Mitchell 603 Garfield 805 Oaks 607 Basin Sprg 820 Askins 615Arrive Irvington 830B Van Zant 618 Leave Irvington 845 Rockvale 622 Webster 851 iiii Dempster 627 Lodiburg 857 o Falls of Rouuh 645 i Mystic 905 I Ill Dempster 700 Sample 908 f H Glendeane 706 Stephenspt 915 n McQuady 720 Addison 918 U Kirk 728 Holt 922 o Junction 739 Arrive Cloverport 937 LEAVE CLOVERPORT AT 450 P M Boys Contest 5 worth of Merchandise given by J C Nolte Bro Finding the Man and addressing as follows Hail 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 mrstcrious Guessing Contest Box 50 Cigars 250 to the one guessing the number of grains coffee in quart jar Given by F T Heyser Most Popular Married Lady ContestIEach lady that donates a cake to tha Barbecue will be entitled to 100 votes First PrizeLadies Hat 5 Given by Mrs R T YOConnell10 Rifle given by Conrad Payne Co I Best Preserved Old Lady65 years andover 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 25c Barbecued Dinner 25c Carnival Features and all Kinds of Amusement u uu Brass Band of 20 Pieces Band Concert begins promptly at 9 oclock a m Come early and enjoy the full program of the da- yMerrytioRound Plenty of Shade No Dust Pure Ice Water in Abundance Confetti Confettinu IU o t n- br+D t tI I 0 rI=I 1- 111ru m n U IIII o PROGRAM- For Distribution of Prizes Freeforall foFindingMost Popular Married Lady M i3o mn UBabyOld Mans Kace 230 p m ULargestQBestBoys Contest 400 p mnp Guessing Jar Contest430 p mUL Envelope Contest 1ZI11 445 p 0 Rifle Contest 500 mnw p Ladies Popularity Contest 515 p mU Cash donations by the following named Merchants etc appropriated to the payment of the Band M F Popham merchant 5 00 0CaptCity Coal Company 2 00 Peyton Scott merchant 3 50 Wm Preston 50tFurrow Bohler barbers 2 00 M Winn butcher 1 00 il Fred May Jr butcher 1 00 Fishero 0Jj ttt W Veisenberg Son merchants v 50 0 It 0 Perkins liveryman 2 50nnJas G Harris in 00IIII U o A Joyful Holiday Bring Your Family and Friends 0 ooo IQI 101 IQI oooDOOOIII n 01 oooj 1 i II- e I- lgP R r j R Ii1riJi rr f 4I n j J 1c- t I I I 1 FISHES FACES r The Fascination They Have For Ont Lover of Nature Did you ever stop to examine tho expression on the face of a fish I do not mean of some notoriously gro tesque fish but of just any plain sea faring fish I confess that the fascination for me Is tho same whether I stated in front of some great collection of little monstrosities like that In the Naples aquarium or whether I sit by my dining room window and contem plate the goldfish in my little boys glass bowl People watch the mon keys at the zoo and remark how hu man they are how sly and crafty the old ones how cute and playful the young ones But for steady company give me tho fish How restful they are with their mouthihgs as regular as If they were governed by a balance wheel How quiet too for not ono word of murmured protest or of chat tering fault finding do they inflict upon usl How philosophical as they bask In the sun tho livelong day or seek the occasional shade of the modest sprig of greens which forms tho conventional garnishing of their wa tery abode I How easily gratified are their simple tastes Surely with thelr good manners their quiet deportment nnd their solcal bearing goldfish are the ideal companions of tho mature man Monkeys and dogs and kittens may amuse the children by their tricks and antics but only the grown man can appreciate tho solid qualities of tho fishs character as written upon his features Atlantic Monthly 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 DeWitt s Kidney and Bladder Pills They will promptly relieve weak back backache rheumatic pains and all Kiduey and Bladder disorders Sold and recommended by all Druggists have oily with fruit with acId cream have Sold at the Close 1908 fifth time grown We provid and Our modern cover iuterest time than The late failures that best five If may the once for owners once let the man in to for once let show how seller for farms D Two cottage on Avenue Well Bents S5 per Cl on and 7503 Nulls of road miles from and good big barn 80 acres oak and beech timber The oak timber Is good Beech never been be either water or rail Limestone land both bottom hill Suitable for and fruit Plenty Rood year third cash balance In easy FOR stand physician In good town by good farmers This is just the place for some young physician to step good and good drug business An old wants to retire Is reason selling further ulars JNO D port Ky C2 950 352 on llardlnsburg and 3 of road miles from Improvements three barnes holt house and blacksmith necessary outhouses 130 acres under and acres in white oak black oak beech and good size of good water the round Onethird cash and good terms on balance situated miles from Joins Gabe Pierce land in good shape good fenclug dwel house rooms good barn 30x40 feet spring This Is good tobacco wheat land 20 In oak sugar tree arid beech cleared Plenty ot Rood fruit Good road miles and good road to Hol This farm is notworn cut It is good land and In good tux Just farm man with small MISLEADING NAMES i In That Belie the Prod ucts to Which They There arc terms In certain depart ments that positively mis name the products to which they are applied The word oil In Its more hensive and indiscriminate Is mode to hydrocarbons like petroleum and also many other sub stances that an appearance like oil Vitriol which Is not oil all but sulphuric acid Strictly speaking the mineral oils including petroleum products are not oil although speak of coal oil and kerosene oil The best oils do not mineral hydrocarbons like naphtha and petroleum but treat only two well defined groups fixed oils and fats and the essential or volatile oils- Copperas is not copper but sal phato iron Salt of lemon has nothing to do the of the lemon tree but is potassium binoxalato or potash treated oxalic Carbolic acid Is not an acid but a phenol structure It Is allied to the alcohols and has only slight acid properties Soda has no trace soda Sulphuric acid no Sugar of lead is innocent of sugarCream of tartar has nothing to do with nor milk lime with milk German sliver is a stranger silver and black lead is not lead all graphite Mosaic gold is a sulphide of tin come from the vocabulary of an early and Inexact chemistry As popular science extends the old terms are yielding to more scientific nomen clature DeWitts Little Early Risers safe easy pleasant sure little liver pills by all IStatement of Condition of The I I Two States Bank I I IStephensport Ky of Business Juno 30 IResources LiabilitiesI rI Loans and Discounts73596 StockJ5OOO tffl1I t1fIjBanking House and Lot 502 89 Amount Due Deposi Ylil 451tml1Total90323 Totalu90323721 I We have passed the milestone in our existence During that Iwe have from a small beginning to a large and prosperous business have endeavored to keep abreast of the times tml ing lor our depositors every safeguard known to their protection security funds are guarded by a burglary and I proof safe and insurance is carried to losses either fireIor robbery We pay 4 per cent on deposits I more any other bank in Breckenridge county pays isIWe believe in paying our patrons all we can for the use of money disasterous bank have demonstrated tllopportunityI make this the largest and Respectfully statement in our years of toI IJNOS ADAIR Cashier Im Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees I you do you find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of following proprieties write us at name and address If none of these places suit you write us at telling us what you want and where want it and us you to who has the very property you are looking for recommend the following properties as being productive and price Do You Want Sell your farm or If you want cash your property send and description at and us you we bring buyer and together This department is conducted solely the purpose of enabling buyers sellers of or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno Babbage room Murray locatea for month 155 acres Uardlnsburg t Sinking 2 Sample Improvements dwehlng a la tie timber worked Timber can hauled by and tolmcr water round Terms one payments SALEA splendid u surrounded prosperous Into a practice a established physician the for Nor partic address BABBAGE Clover Acres t Falls Pinking 2 Sample two onestory dwa111ngs big shop nil cultivation pasture 2SJ timber sugar tree all Plenty year easy c6001 acres 1H goodone hling 3 1 cistern 1 1 neverfalling two ponds and corn acres timber white t balance toStephens port SK lH the for a a family t Terms Science Apply of science compre uses include of at all we classifications of Include paraffin the of In water of contains sulphur of to at but These misleading names down the I Druggists 63 00 72 by you introduce We fair business price and 800 103 acres 0 miles from Cloverport onhoverportprovements 1roora dwelling barn 28x38 feet and other out buildings 12 acres In orchard500 bearing trees and 150 young ttees 4u acres RrILsHbalonceGoodllmestonewheat Well located for market One third cash balance on easy terms 850 72 acre farm 4H miles from Clo Bowling smulldwel1lnRH1house ana corn crib Omi good cIstern and sulphursprIngwoods 7 acres In orchard nursed 20000 pounds of tobucco in HXXJ sold It at S3 J8 and e2 On six acres of the wood land there are tarmtorThIsIssmall farm FOR SALEA form containing 250 acres nnd under fence A nice five L5 rooms two cisterns u walled collar with a store room over it two good stock burns one tenant house about 6CO apple and peach trees also pears quinces and apricots most all kinds of small fruits Including a nlco vlnyard of choicest grapes 200 acres cleared balance In woods 125 acres in grass several groves of blaCk locust sufllclont for posts to wire the whole farm In It lies near Ekron on L II do St L It U price Is 15000 on long and easy payments KENTUCKY STATE FAIR RACES Norse racing always an attraction at a State Fair and more especially at an exhibition held under Southern skIes will be featured more than at any previous State Fair The new halt mile track now in process of con struction when completed will be one of the fastest half mlle courses In the country and there U every indication for a flntciass harness race meeting this fall Four stake five purse and three gentemens road races have teen announced In addition to these there will be two running races each day so the Kentuckian who thinks thathls days visit at a fair is incom plete without seeing a firstclass horse race will not be disappointed at this years State Fair Among the early closing events are the Kentucky Brew ors Association stake for 220 trot ters the Louisville Retail Merchants Association stake for 230 trotters and the Louisville Commercial Club stake for 218 pacers Stake entries closed July 14th purse entries close Sept 7th and entries for the cup races at 12 oclock the day before the race The stake races will be contested on the three In five heat plan with a fiveheat limit and the purse races on the two In three heat plan It is the ultimate Intention of the State Fair management to build a full mile track encircling the present halfmile course which if the hopes of those In charge of the racing program are realized will compare favorably with the best State Fair mile tracks In the country and Louisville will doubtless become one of the most popular training grounds in the country SPECIAL NIGHTS AT THE KENTUCKY STATE FAIR J V Beckman manager of the Re taU Merchants Association of Louis SpeI busily engaged for several weeks In arranging the most attractive night programs possible Monday night will be School Chil drens Night Prof E H Mark super- Intendent of the Louisville public schools Is chairman of the committee in charge for that night Tuesday will be German American Night with Mr Louis Seelbach in charge Wednesday Labor Night John Young president of the Federa tion of Labor chairman Thursday Military Night Col W B Haldeman commander of the First Kentncky reg iment chairman Friday IrishAmerl can Night Thomas McCabe chair man Saturday Farewell Night W A Robinson chairman The show rings on Saturday will be especially interesting on account of the various horse championships being awarded that day MACHINERY EXHIBITS AT THE STATE FAIR An unusually large exhibit of farm implements and machinery is In pros pect Owing to the incompleteness of the State Fair the exhibitors of this department do not share the same ad vantages afforded them by some of tho older institutions in the way of large machinery halls but every other fa cility and accommodation will be at their disposal Commodious space will be assigned to this department and already a large number of appli cations arc on file Including manufac turers of engines pumps stock scales fencing mills road machines vehi cles harvesting machines haying ma chines planters plows and every utensil used by the farmer The farmer who desires to be instructed in the use of bettor methods and better ma chinery will have a great object lesson before him at this Fair COLLIE DOGS AT THE STATE FAIR The collie dog exhibit at the Ken tucky State Fair promises to be a greater attraction than over before A new departure one entirely original and the first ever held in this section will be a sheep trial given by an ex pert which will show the usefulness of the collie to the farmer A credita ble show of this nature will appeal to every collie fancier as four points are to be gained by owners toward cham pionship medal by American Kennel Club It Is expected that this years show will bring out 150 collies includ ing many famous Eastern dogs The sheep trial will be started by expert Eastern dogs Any farmer in tho state desiring to train up his dogs along this line and can compete will be eligible STUDENTS JUDGING CONTEST Following a plan devised by the old er state fair institutions of the coun try and one that has proved eminently successful at all the great Western fairs as well as a progressive step In the Interests of agricultural education Commissioner Rankin has offered 100 in cash for a scholarship to the Agri cultural Department of the State Uni versity for the young man under twen tyone years of age doing tho best work in livestock Judging at the Kentucky State Fair of 1908 contestant to be required to file a written opinion with the reasons therefor on horses cattlo swine and sheep exhibits Cor rectness of selection will count 65 points and reasons substantiating the same 45 points Tho Kentucky State Fair manage ment has arranged a tree amusement program which alone Is worth the price of admission For catalogue entry blanks or other Information write J W Newman Secretary 320 Paul Jones Building Louis vitlo KyI A SHORT SPEECH Made by an Indian Chief In Reply to a Government Agent Old ShahbihSkong the head chief of Mllle Lac brought ull his warriors to defend Fort lllpley In 18G2 The secretary of the Interior uud the governor und legislature of Minnesota promised these Indians that for this act of bravery they should have the special care of the government and never be removed A few years later a special agent was sent from Washington to ask the OJIbways to cede their lands and remove to a country north of Leech lake The agent nsked my help I saidI know that country I have camp ed on It It Is the most worthless strip of laud In Minnesota The Indians are not fools Dont attempt this folly You will surely come to grief He called the Indians In council and saidMy red brothers your great father has heard how you have been wrong ed He said I will se1 them an hon est mau He looked In the north the south the east and the west When he saw me he said This Is the hon est man whom I will send to my red children Brothers look nt me Tile winds of fiftyfive years have blown over my head and silvered It with gray and In all that time I have never done wrong to any man As your friend I ask you to sign this treaty Old ShahbihSkong sprang to his feet nnd said MyI friend look at me The winds of more than fifty winters have blown over my head and silvered It with gray but they have not blown my brains away That council was ended Cures babys croupWillies daily cu s nndbruisesmanias sore throat grand mas lamenessDr Thomas Eclectric Oilthe great household remedy THE NECK RUFF It Reached Its Full Glory In the Six teenth Century One of the most peculiar and Inter esting evolutions in hlsto Ic fashion is the growth nnd development of the ruff in England This ruff began its career as a humble littlo something like a tuck running along the top of the chemisette from shoulder to shoul der You can see it grow in the portraits of royal personages slowly but surely like a great linen flower opening Its plaited petals from genera tion to generation During the reign of Henry VII it was scarcely more than n budding excrescence but with Henry VIII it had outgrown its tuck stage to the extent of reaching up to the ears and was beginning to sport a mild flare Those were the days of such strict sumptuary laws that In order to wear black garnet you must be royal to wear sable you must outrank your viscount neighbor to wear mar ton or velvet trimmings you must be i able to show an Income of over 200 marks a year The reign of Edward VI and Queen Mary merely fostered the ruff without encouraging It to anyI greater development But Queen Ellen both seeing in it possibilities for off setting her red hair and clear skin fanned it into vigorous life In the sixteenth century the ruff burst Into full bloom Men and women even tiny princesses were overshadowed by thoI stiff rays of the ruff on all great occasions I Even over France Germany and Italy it spread Its white pinionsI and held unquestioned sway until it fell with the Roundheads To feel strong have good appetite and digestion sleep soundly ani enjoy life use Burdock Blood Bitters the great system tonic and builder A Womans Era If I were a man Is surely a very unnecessary cry these days The epoch of the man la past The twen tleth century Is the I1a of tlip wo manThere Is with n few very slight ex ceptions nohlng that a woman as a woman cannot do and do every hit nR well as If she wore a man London P 0The Publishers ClaimsSustainedUNITED Tho Publishers of Webster International thatltlslnfactthoiwpuJar detail and vastlyenriched in every part with tho purposes of adapting It to meet tho larger and severer requirements of another genera tion We are of tho opinion that this allegation most clearly and accurately describes tho work that has been accomplished and tho result that baa been reached The Dictionary as It now stands bus been thoroughly ro cillledln every detail bas been corrected in every part and 13 admirably adapted to meet the larger and Bavorcr requirements of a generation which donmnda more of popular generationthatJt is perhaps needless to add that wo refer to tho dictionary In our Judicial work us of the highest authority in accuracy of defini lion und that fn tho futiironslatliopastlt will be the source or COUSlaat reference CHARtES OTT C51t Jmacs LAWREX9 WELDON J JOIN HAMS BTANTON JlFFTU CUAKLE3 U IlOWlir India The above refers to WEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE tho highest award was given to tho International ut iho Worlds Jjfcir St Louis GET THE LATEST AND BEST lou will be interested in our tpeclmtn pages sent fre- eGCMERRIAMCO PUDLISHCR- O8PRINQFIELD MASS Uwrasrce- trrRNAraaat Henderson Route 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 Aug 13 good to return 15 days from date of sale 155 from Cloverport to Owensboro and return on account of Seven Hills Chautauqua Dates of sale July 30 31 and Aug 1 to 14 inclusive Good to return Aug 16 Masonic Celebration Hardinsbur 100 round trip Cloverport to Har dinsburg and return Aug 1 limited to return same day Tickets to be sold for train leaving Cloverport 1104 a m Special Tourist Fares Old Point Comfort and Norfolk Re duced fares from Cloverport July 23 30 Aug 6 132027 Sept 3 10 17 24 Return limit 40 days from date of sale JOKED HIMSELF IN Hew Private John Allen Got Himself Elected to Congress Hero is Chump Clarks defense of tumor if it needs one The dryasdusts solemnly assov erate that humor never did any good Now lets see How did Private John Allen of Mississippi get to congress Joked himself in One bit of humor sent him to Washington a national lawmnker Opposing him for the con gressional nomination was tho Confed erate General Tucker They met on tho stump General Tucker closed ono of his speeches as follows Seventeen years ago tonight my fellow citizens after a hard fought battle on yonder hill I bivouacked un der yonder clump of trees Thoso of you who remember as I do tho times that tried mens souls will not I hope forget their humble servant when the primaries shall be held That was a strong appeal in those days but John raised the general at his own game My fellow citizens ho said what General Tucker says to you about bivouacking under yonder clump of trees Is true It is also true my fellow citizens that I was a vedette picket and stood guard over him while he slept Now then fellow citizens all you who were generals and had privates to stand over you while you slept voto for General Tucker and allot you who were privates and stood guard over the generals while they slept vote for Private John Allen Tho people caught on took John at his word nnd sent him to congress whore he stayed until tho world was filled with his renown Aid For the Explorer Ponry said a geographer of Chica go never started on one of his explor ing expeditions without receiving by mail and express all sorts of packages from crankscowhide underwear ten tablets medicated boots and what not Ponry once told me that George Ado a few days before the start of one trip wired him to expoct an Important puck age by express Tho package camo It was labeled uTo be opened at the farthest point forth Peary opened It at once however It was a small keg inscribed Axle grease for tho pole t Eczema For the good of those suffering with eczema or other such trouble I wish to say my wife had something of that kind and after using the doctors remedies for Fome time concluded to try Chamber lains Salve and it proved to be beter than anything she had tried For sale at Severs Drug Store A New Definition The class was studying grammar Now said the teacher can any one give me n word ending with ous meaning full of as In dangerous full of danger and hazardous full of hazardThere was silence In the class for a moment Then a boy sitting In the front row put out his hand Well John said the teacher what Is your word Please sir camo the reply pious full of pie L 11 ti ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND No 116 Daily Fast Train leaves Cloverorrt 507 AM stops at Irvlngtcn and West Point only arrive at Louisville 725 A M No tallyMallanolxpressleavesCUverport 1004 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1245 p in Train No 114 Dully fust mall leaves Clo verport 455 pm stops at all way stations east ot Cloverport except Mystic arrIves al Louisville 735 u m Train No 148 Dally Cloverport accommodation arrives Clovurport 810 p m WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Kvnnsvllle coficmmodatlon leaves Cloverport 800 a m stops at all way stations arrives Evansville 000 a m expressloavesHawesvllle Lewlsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley Spottsvilfe Heeds llondergon and Evansville arrives St Louts 750 p m Train No 113 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 1 15 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 1100 PM arrives Evansvllle 135 A M St LouIs f40 A M stops ot lIawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 111112113114 between Louisville and Kvansvlllo Through sleeping cars and free reclining chair cars on trains 115 and Urt between Louisville Kvunsvlllo and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND jeavtsFordsvllleamTrain leavesFordsvillup mTrain No 0 Sunday only Fordsville7NEST Irvln ton 935 a m BOUNDTrainleavesIrvlngtonp mTrain pm KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR 1fooOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUABANTBZD SATI8JrAcnOBJ OB MONEY REFUNDED Will Remember His Friends When Patrick McGlnnagan became a member of the Chicago police force a delegation of his friends burst in upon him while he was at dinner and presented him with a handsome night stick in honor of his popularity and their esteem Completely bewildered by this unexpected token the new po liceman nevertheless struggled to his feet and stammered his appreciation Friends ye have upset me void yr kindness he said flourishing the night stick OtIl try an do me duty wId this little shlllalah and I hope an thrust thot ivry man hcrll live t feel Its inflooince The LouisvilleTimes is tho livcst 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 Sf a year but you can get the Breckenridge News AND THE- LollisviIIe Tmes Both One Year For 500 If you will send your order to this paperNOT to The Times Vr 01ia t0vMs O 4 STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suis and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Expel tailors em plojed J H HUNSCHE CasperMav CoCan eltonln- rl1tarvA MAa saIlM JH DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- t1ARDINSBURG KY Wilt practice his profession In all of the Courts of HreckonrlUKo und adjoining coun t or Specie attention given to col actions oad cases and criminal practice License to practice Inlnicd Stets Distil j Courts Ofllcover hank of Ilurdlnsburc a IF it is the surest and safest place you want to have your watch repaired go t- oT C LEWIS he knows how and does as he knows He has one of the finest collections of beautiful uptodatoJEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices gold and silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Come ho is glad to welcome you and give you satisfactionT Lewis Home Jeweler HaI JnsburKyJ e yti r y I 4a A i I I i 1 1i1t1 I tI j I I I r j j j i l rJ- f I t tA t j t P J til= x i a t c t f I 4 4 11 tJ t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBlISIIING CO Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Mono advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please usWhen ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now addres- sWEDNESDAY EIGHT PAGES AUGUST 12 1908 If a girl looks pale and interesting put it down that she is only dieting or in love The office must be seeking the man in Breckenridge as there are no candidates announced There is one thing a newspaper man must put in the wastebasket and thats his own feelings We havent an automobile a dog or a horse but a watch that we have been carrying for forty years A bumper crop of tobacco a bumper crop of corn and bumper crop of grass is what this county has this year Dont be a knocker Get busy Get to doing something Dont loiter and by all means dont talk hard times If Hardinsburg will just come down next Thursday Cloverport will show the County Capital how to run a barbecue Nearly all the Burley crop of tobacco in and around Custer has been sold at an average of 11 around 4 higher than it sold for last year Our Secretary of Agriculture says the aggregate value of all farm products for 100S will bo 8000000000 Nothing short about this is thoro l- On vetoing a bill bearing on the licensing of saloons near churches or schoolhouses Gov Hughes of Now York says The saloon can not be permitted to take precedence over tho American school house What if every man would smile at least once a day and do everything in his power to spread and got the habit of smiling If he would refuse to talk or listen to the talk of hard times and endeavor to think talk and act prosperity dont you think it would drive away that hard times fooling Try it Our exports this year ending JuneJ 30 190S exceeded our import by 666000000 That is we sold to the outside world that much more than we bought This great trade balance is the largest ever known in our favor in a single year It gives us a good sum to draw on and more money than we can put to a profitable use We are lending it to any country which pays the price With this state of affairs there is no need of crying hard times The business situation at the present time is much more favora ble than that in the somewhat similar year 1896 Crops money and politics are today three strong favorable factors Crops promise to be greater than ever before money is plentiful and the political out look is less threatening to prosperity than twelve years ago Every sign points to a full and speedy revival of industry after November says James W Van Cleve President National Association of Manu facturers Three or four hundred farmers tobacco growers met in Hardins burg last Monday to talk over the tobacco situation They decided to pool their tobacco and sell to the highest and best bidder They will act independent of any other eountv make their own terms and sell as a whole They were invited to join the Green River Associa I ion at Owensboro which by unanimous vote was turned down be lieving they could best manage their own soles Whether this was a wise action on their part will remain to be seen We hope it will be Business is improving all over the country This is shown by the reduction of the number of idle cars which Was in the closing days of April 413000 In the closing days of July the number had dropped below the 300000 line The heavy crops which in a few weeks will begin to move to the markets will send the number down to a very small figure If the election turns out to be what a large number of business men of the country want it to be every locomotive and car in the United States will be actively at work before January 1 1909 Everybody will get up with the chickens Thursday morning August 20th because it is the day of the Seventh Annual Masonic Barbecue when every person young and old has a good time from sunrise to sunset Mayor Harris will turn the keys of the city over to the Masons who donned in their uniforms will throw wide open the gates to all our friends who are expected by the thousands From the sunset clime of Cowhcel to the classic hills of the East End and from the beautiful Ohio to the sunny land of Balltown folks will all be astir to make each other have the time of his life Two brass bands will greet the crowd at the ideal picnic grounds where dinner will be served and all kinds of amusements furnished for a day of mirth and merriment A grand daynext Thursday will be and you must not fail to get on the trail to Cloverport MAKE ASSIGNMENT Louisville Trust Co Brings Suit Against Miller Brick Tile Company The Columbia Trust Co of Louisville assignee for the Miller Brick S- Tile Co of Cloverport has brough suit in the Breckonridge Circuit court for settlement The assets of the Company are given at 52000 and the liabilities are 57000 The Miller Brick Tile Company has been in operation in this city for some time and there is no better plant in the country than this ono Messrs D Stewart Miller and Colin S Miller who have had the plant in charge were successful in getting it getting it in ex cellent condition When the business was carried on it paid out hundreds of dollars to Cloverport families every week and it iIs hoped matters will be v arranged that the plant wilj soon be opened agai- nWomans Discovery Of Herself The Rev William Bustard of Boston says one of the greatest rliscoveries of the past twentyfive years has beer womans discovery of herself She hat reached that stage where she knows she is not a doll an Angel nor a slave but a womnn and claiming her rights and privileges Once to be born a girl was to be born a nonentity in this age to be born a girl means a bundle ol possibilities with a power to influence the world for good or evil Many young girls have gone into commercial life and they have gained success through punctuality being industrious and minding their own business The woman who minds her own business is to be praised and respected More girls go into society The trouble with our American mothers nowadays is that they try and fit their daughter only for her society entrance It is all right to be a society woman but it is better to be a woman in society Women are jmphasizing the word society too nuch and the word woman too little Leslies Weekly Misses Elsie Timmering of Louisville Lillian Sippel Mr Hall and Len Gregory were the guests of A A Polk at Tobinsport Friday TOBACCO GROWERS Hold Big Meeting In Hardlnsbur Independent Organization Voted Hardinsburg Aug 10 Special At a meeting of Breckinridge County Tobacco Growers held in the courthouse- in Hardinsburg August 110 1908 the following are the minutes towit- J E Monarch chosen Chairman H M Beard elected secretary By invi tation of the chair Judge Moorman ad dressed the meetingbefore noon opposing ndependentization with board of directors of 15 representative farmers who should elect their president and other officers Ad journed to 1 oclock Motion carried that Breckinridge county perpetuate some kind of organ ization Mr Berry President of Green River Organization addresses the 5iO growers present Motion by Judge Moorman that it be now determined whether Breckinridge organize inde pendently or with the other five coun ties of the Green River Association prevailed and only one or two persons voted for the Green River plan On this motion Mr Pal Garner and Judge Mercer spoke for independent organ ization and Mr Whittinghill endeavored to explain how and why a trust representative was named on the Growers committee by tho Owensboro Organ izationIt been determined by practic ally unanimous vote that there be a Breckenridge organization Judge Moorman offered a written motion that Matthew Shrewsbury Frank Ruppert John Monarch H M Beard and J H Hart be appointed a Committee on Or ganization to procure Articles of Incor poration that they deem proper and to call n meeting of the growers and pre sent same to them for approval or rejection j which resolution was adopted and the said Committee will meet Aug 15 to organize and discuss their plans On motion and second meeting ad journed to call of the aforesaid committee Dr David White of Tobinsport was here yesterday the guest of relatives Emeil Nolte and Chas Fallon arrived home Monday night from a fine trip to Niagara and other places of interest Norman Hensley left Monday night splendid I HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Special excursion to Mackinac Island Traverse City PetoskeyOwena North port and Mackinac City 1375 Clover port to above points and return Aug 18 Gocd to return Sept 2 One way secondclass colonist fares to the Northwest September 1 to Oc tober 31 1808 inclusive National Fraternal Congress PutIn Bay Ohio Reduced fares for this oc casion August 15 16 17 and 18 Good to return August 26 Homeseekers excursion fares to the South Aug 18 Sept 1 and 15 Octobe 6 and 20 November 3 and 17 Decem ber 1 and 1- 5Kentucky State Fair Louisville September For the above occasion g3 round trip from Cloverport and return September 12 to 18 inclusive and early train 19th Good to return September 21 Judge Settle Here Cloverport was complimented yester day by a visit from Judge Settle of Bowling Green a member of thi Court of Appeals at Frankfort The Judge was accompanied by Senator Dick Owen The Judge was jus making the rounds of his district to see shake hands and smile on his friends He and Senator Owen brought a ray of sunshine into the News office Two years hence the voters will have a hence to indorse the Judge Out For The Fails W R Moorman Sons of Glen cane start out next Saturday with heir fine hends of Pollard Durhams Poland China hogs and Shropshin sheep to take in the county fairs The first will be Leitchfield from there hey go to Elizabethtown Hardinsburg Louisville and Nashvill- eBreckinrinridge County Fair Floral Hall The Floral Hall Committee request hat all work to beplaced on exhibit bt sent in promptly on Wednesday and Thursday August 26and 27 It will be mpossible to enter any work received after the 27 Time must be given foi classifying and arranging- It is most earnestly desired that the Romans Department may prove even ia greater attraction and success this year ban last and we trust the housekeepers vill unite with us in the effort Let us lave n better display of cakes bread pickles preserves jellies and canned ruits Cakes and bread can be brought on Tuesday mornirg- Floral Hall Committee Cloverport Miss Lizzie Skillman IrvingtonMrs D C Heron Glendeane Mrs E L Robertson KirkMisses Lena and Margaret IcGary CusterMiss Bettie Taylor Hardinsburg Mrs W 0 Duval Mrs G D Shellman Mrs M H Beard Mrs L B Reeves Mrs J E Kincheloe Miss Katie Eskridge Miss Lena Hensley Mrs T JJWithers Chairman Lafe Newbury and daughter Miss Flora of Dukes were in Hardinsburg last week Mr and Mrs Proctor Keith have gone to housekeeping in the East End and lave quite a cozy little home QLENDEANE i Moorman Ditto of Hardinsburg was in town last week Miss Lelia McGary of Hardinsburg is the guest of Mrs E L Robertson Harry Moorman of St Louis is the guest of his father R H Moorman Miss Mollie Moorman is visiting in HardinsburgMiss Moorman spent Sunday in HardinsburgMr Jess Moorman Mr and Mrs Glen Moorman and children and Mr and Mrs Frank Dean and children are visiting in Millwood Preston Ftrd and Chas Edmonds of Louisville are the guests of Mrs Mary FordMrs W C Moorman is illat this writingE Robertson went to Louisville SaturdayMiss Sarah Deane Moormon enter tained last Wednesday in honor of her thirteenth birthday Those present were Misses Mabel Howard Nellie Dempster Raren Moorman Fannie Moorman Betsy Moorman Sallie Moorman Eliza beth Crider and Marie DeHaven De lightful refreshments were served 8n4s all spent a pleasant evening Miss Maud Smith is visiting in Har dinsburg Mr and Mrs W R Glasscock were the guests of Mr and Mrs J H Glass cock at McDaniels last week Prof H C Barnes visited friends in Glendeane last Saturday Albert Robertson of South Carrolton is visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs P E Dempster and children are visiting in Irvington Joe Moore of McDaniels was the guest of friends here Saturday Mr Coleman Mattingly one of Glen deanes most promising young men is ill at this writing Mrs E L Robertson who has been ill is convalescent Mrs W C Moorman has been ill but is better at this writing Willis Dean has returned to his home in Owensboro Miss Sylvia Haltingly who is teaching school at Rockvale spent Sunday at homeMrs R F Bailey of Black Lick is the guest of Mrs J C Mattingly Dr R T Dempster was in Louisville last week Robt Fisher and Johnnie Johnson spent Sunday in Fordsville CuredfCatarrh Cannot Be wIth LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot roach the soatottlie disease Catarrh is 0 blood or constitutional disease and In order toi euro It you must take Internal remedies tails Catarrh Cure Is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure Is not a quack edlclne It was prescribed by one of the bost physicians in this country for years ands a regular prescription It is composed of tho best tonics known combined with the- lest blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two Ingredients Is what produces such wonderful results In curing Catarrh Send for testimonials tree F J CHENEY S CO Props Toledo O Sold by Druegists price 75c Take halts Family Pills for constipation Mr Hambleton Traveling Jeff Hamilton formerly connected with the Louisville Dry Goods Company and also was a stockholder is now holding a position with Rice Stiz and Company as traveling salesman Jim Lawson was in Louisville Monday BDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDODDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD9Bo o OUR COUNTY FAIR AT HARDINSBURG SEPTEMBER 12 and 3 08 EE- A= real Kentucky Fair Something to suit the taste everybody A I display of Agricultural Products A Horse Show An Exhibition ri of Cattle Sheep Hogs and Poultry A Running Race each day A Trotting Race each day Floral Hall the Greatest ire the State A REAL KENTUCKY FAIR rnmnEirnmmDnommodmoi i i 0 ooomomnoi r r If I iI I 1 i l iI I 1I If t Y 4 ft t ft J yF r9 0 t Jt1Rx JIr I Breckenridge News t1She WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12 1908 Announcement Wo arc authorized to announce the lION BEN JOHNSON as a candidate for reulec tlon to Congress subejctto the action of the Democratic party and voters generally For Commonwealths Attorney We are authorized to announce Judo Henry DcHaren Moorman as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party ONAE PERSONALAND LOCAL Boys shirts ISc at Allens Chits Jackson was in Louisville Sun dayJ W Owen went to Louisville Mon day Stuart Babbage spent Sunday in Ow ensboro Mrs Edwin Bell has arrived from Memphis Miss Lula Severs left yesterday for MorganfleldRobert I was home from Louisville Sunday ri A prize with every pair of boys shoes at Allens J D Brashear of Louisville is at I Tar Springs Miss Clara Dyer was here from Phil pot last week Three mens 50c shirts for one dollar atAllensMrs H Bowmer was in Louis ville last week Let us have a little shoe talk with youAllenMiss Bowmer has returned from Owensboro- Mr and Mrs B F Allen spent Sun day in Louisville Allens are putting the knife into all summer goods Will Gardner formerly of Irvington was here last week Wallace and Virgil Babbage spent Sunday in Louisville We will start a rousing shoe sale on August 10thAllen Chris Brabandt visited his mother in Owensboro Sunday Sam Bishop was in the city Saturday and subscribed for the News A nice sunbonnett with each pair of ladies shoes at Allens Miss Brashoar of West Point is the guest of Mrs Ben Ridgeway Mr and Mrs Till Pauley of Mattoon Ill are the guests of relatives How are you fixed on boys and mens suits We have einAllen Miss Hazel Holder is the guest of Mrs Wilburn Gregory in Louisville We will slaughter prices on all sum mer goods during this monthAllen- Mr and Mrs Geo Cris and children expect to go to Owensboro this week Julius Dutschke of Holt was a pleas ant visitor to the News office Saturday Black Oxfords of all kinds at cost Conrad Sippel the shoe man Mr and Mrs Wm Pate and daugh ter Mary spent Sunday attar Springs W H Boling a prosperous farmer of Hancock county was in the city Fri dayIWide canvas Oxfords for ladies and children at cost Conrad Sippel the shoe man Henry Moorman of St Louis is ex pected today to be the guest of Miss Ella Smith Mrs Byrne Severs and son Hugh Barrett are visiting her parents in OwensboroWm of Greenville was the guest of Miss Mamie DeHaven Sunday and Monday Lostou Turnpike Sunday mans blue sArgecoat Return to B F Beards HardinsburgMr Shelby Conrad and son Samuel Edward have returned from St Joseph Mo Mrs Kate Conrad and daughter Elsie of Princeton Ind are visiting Mrs Ed Gregory Mrs Pate Miss Carrie Pate Ray mond Pate and Chris Brabandt will go to Tar Springs today Mr and Mrs Prince Davis are visiting relatives with Mrs Eugene Haynes at Sample Morrison Calhoon dentists oMce downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Norman Hensley of Lewisborg Kans was the guest of Miss Stella Weatherholt this week Mr Ed Whitehead is at Webster this week W S Leaf of Tobinsport was in the city Monday Senator Dick Owen of Lewisport was here yesterday W E Basham has returned to Lod burg from Kennett Cal Dr J C Bush will not be able to fill his engagements here this week We will give a fine picture with each 5 purchase at Allens Mr and Mrs Benton Ireland of Skillman are the guests of Mrs L McGavockMiss Williams of Evansvillc is the attractive little visitor of Mus Mary McGavock Corn Meal 90c per bushel Blue Rib bon Flour hoc White Ribbon S5c at- T F Sawyers Miss Zilpah Gilliland has returned from Ekron and Brandenburg where she was a popular visitor Dr W N Casper dentist will be here Wednesday and Thursday of every week at Dr Lightfoots office We are giving away beautiful pictures as premiums to our customers Call and see themT F Sawyer Miss May Zirckle who has been the quest of Miss Lillian Sippel returned to her home in Louisville Monday Mrs Robt Pierce and Mrs White and Fred Pierce took an enjoyable trip to Louisville on the boat last week Dr J C Bush Dentist will be at Cloverport Monday and Tuesday of each week except wtek followi g 4th Monday Miss Ora Bowlds returned from Tell City on the Eisenbarth showboat Mon day as the guest of Miss Denilla Eisen barthFather Henry of St John Father Meyering of Browns Valley and Father Abbel of Stithton were the guests of Father Brey Sunday Miss Lenora McGavock is visiting at Skillman Miss Virginia McGavock has returned from a delightful visit at the McGavock home in the country Mrs H T Sanders has received an invitation to the Obliss Medicine C6m panys convention of agents which meets in Washington D C in September- S V Flowers of Hawesville came here Friday to meet the Rev David Bruner from Meade county who has charge of the Patosville Baptist church Chas B Skillman assistant cashier of the Breckinridge Bank has been en rslSkillmanMrs E C Brice and little daughter Jessie Hudson returned to Mansfield Ark Wednesday night They were accompanied as far as Little Rock by Mr Ernest Gregory Mr and Mrs J C Epley and son Frederick went to Evansville Sunday to see Mrs Epleys mother Mrs Gil mour who has recently undergone an operation at the infirmary Wm Lynch of Allen Ky arrived here this week Mr Lynch says there is a great revival in progress in the mountains and eighty converts had already been baptized Mrs Lynch is attending the fair at Broadhead Mrs Eugene Reynolds and twins Elizabeth and Earl of Marshall Texas who were expected to arrive here last week to visit Mrs Henry Yeager and relatives had to postpone their visit Little Miss Elixabeth was taken ill of chickenpox just before they were to start Important Mr Jno W fiord an export repair man is an addition to our jewel ry department Bring your broken Watches and Jewelry to Severs Drug Co Mrs Fisher III Mrs A R Fisher who has been indisposed for several days is somewhat improved She is greatly missed by her many triends It is hoped she wit be able to attend the Masonic barbecue where she always takes an active ptt ooooooooooooooooooooo The effect of Scott J Emulsion on pale children is magical thiniiIt makes them plump rosy active happy A It contains Cod Liver Oil Hypophosphites and Glycerine to make fat blood and bone and so put together that it is easily digested by little folk t ALL DRUGGISTS BOo AND SIOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO m I j FARMr FOR SALE 230 acres three and onehalf miles from Clo1I verport on the Stephensport road onehalf n lID mile from pike and known as the Charles lbi Elder Farm Hi I IMPROVEMENTSOne dwelling 4 rooms t wIand hall and two tenant houses three big lb barnes and all necessary outbuildings 60 m acres timber white oak red oak beech and lbH sugar tree W This farm will be sold at Commissioners Sale at the Court House in Hardinsburg Ky r Monday August 24 1908 IIJ W ELDER Admr I 10000 F IIP- AID FOR I Hills Chautauqua ATTRACTIONS 7I f 8th Annual Assembly August 14 Greatest Chautuuqua South of the Ohio Under new management Bigger and bettor than ever All it used to he and some more Educational Entertaining 1 Refreshing The Henderson Route Ing Authorizes tow rates fhe to follow Bova and Return Stephensport 1 90 Hawesville owenII Holt 180 Adalr Cloverport 1 55 Lewlsport 1August1 Jd1AAoa Ir4q dr rAA r1A BEWLEYVILLE NEWS Fine Letter About People You Know and Other Inter esting Items Mrs Fletcher Blanford and children are spending the summer at Hon Chas BlanfordsMisses and Beulah Payne are visiting in Hardinsburg- Mrs Butler Mrs Wilson and daugh ter of Greensburg are guests at Mr B S Wilsons Miss Minnie Stith came from Wash ington D C Saturday to spend her vacation with her parents She is ac companied by a classmate Miss Bur manMiss Roberta Willett of Long Branch is visiting Miss Alberta Drury Mrs R J Cain is on the sick list Miss Flora Meadors horse became frightened Sunday morning throwing her to the ground and causing several painful though not serious injuries Ben Stith celebrated his 21st birth day Monday evening with a lawn fete It was quite an enjoyable event Miss Martha G Martin who has been a visitor at Dewey Heights returned to her home in Louisville Monday Mrs Elmar Morton of Louisville is spending some time with her brother J T Stith James Snyder who moved to Oklahoma last winr ng relatives here Sunday September Oth there vill bcyold peoples service in the Methodist church Appropriate exercises in the morning dinner on the ground and sermon in the afternoon A cordial welcome to all interested Big Time Tonight The steamer Gazelle and barge will run an excursion from this city Hawes ville and Cannelton and return on the night of Wednesday Aug 12 The ladies of the Presbyterian church of Cloverport will have dharge of the ex cursion and the proceeds will go towards the benefit of the church All are in vited Miss Louise Babbage went to Louis ville this morning to spend a few days with her aunt Miss Addle Ditto I + z + IflWants ii- FOR iI mI r + RENTA furnished room In a resi convenient to business part of town and depot Apply at the News office FOR BALK PRINTING Presses and Cutting machlns lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasollni EnKlnesMARTIN GADLE 510 3rd Street Louisville Ky- FOR RENTRlver bottom farm of 109 acre Holt Ky Fine land In Rood state of ImprovedwillFor further Information apply to Mrs Hun nah Hardln Bolt Ky FOR SALE Small cottage known as tieHouse Apply at Hrecklnrldg Hunk WANTEDExchanlte spring wagon fog B Standard gas unglue oil amFgasolino nreckonrldge News Ollloe FOR RENTTwo splendid rooms In the building suitable for a small bust lessOR SArI Second hand oil stove three burners Ilreckenrldgo News Olllco REPRESENTATIVE WANTED Wo wan handle cord Automobiles In Cloverport Live hustler with or without previous experience Can easll clear 2000 In season Write with referonu at once Ford Motor Company Dept II Detroit Michigan SALE Scholarship in Howling Greei University Bowling Green Ky Break enrldge News LADY WANTEDHonest Industrious wo wanted to introduce our large lino 01 foreign and domestic dress goods watstlngs trimmings etc among friends neighbor and townspeople We prefer a woman win has a trade already worked up Should he able to earn z23 or more weekly Deallbg dI- rect from the mills our prices are low am requiredWriteGoods Co lOOnh St Itlnghampton N Y FOIL SALgRiver bottom farm 127 acres goofbarn45 acres In grass evcrv acre can be cultlva ted two miles horn West PoInt Ky one mile from shipping point on the Hendersoi railroad Will sell on terms Reason tcr selling going South Phone or write A Ditto West Point Ky twostorybrIckcistern front and buck yard fronts most do slrablo street In tcwn with beautiful view 01 Ohio river 20 miles from j trains each way dally Price reasonable Reason for selling going South Phone of write A Ditto West Point Ky Rain Prevents Games On account of the heavy rain last Saturday the game with Patesvillo wa called off 000 Rain prevented the doubleheader which was to have been played betweei Hardinsburg and Rhodelia last Sat urday at Rhodelia n u M Will Days in full sway IIVacationgoing away To make a short stay If so come here today We have nice things for your trip Suit Cases Traveling Bags Trunk Valices Straw Hats Umbrellas Suspenders Underwear Low Cut Shoes Hosiery Neckwear and Handkerchiefs to match CLCigars and Tobacco CLEnjoy the outing IIJ C NOLTE BRO I CLOVERPORT KY- X1111Mi1AAYAMYM11AMYM11A SlAiMMMIMMMMiAPM rm I rV 4- I roli jj- I I I SAi4 IIC dick filling Co r snt OfiOr r Or sA1 I IIt I Forget Us 1 When in need of Foundry Machine Boiler and Gasoline Boat Work Tin and Electrical work Wo carry a full line of Plumbers Supplies Mill Sup plies The best Paints and Floor Finishes Oils Greases Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Order Once a Customer Always One Cloverport Foundry Machine Co I Our Very Best Ienergies in the making tof Cddicks Gold Dust Flour If you havent it in the put usedInow The rich mtUiathemouth bread mad from Cudicks isIDust Flour It pleases erybody and will please IyouSay Cadicks Gold Dust before saying Flour your grocer and you get toIin any quantity Grandview Indiana I BANKOF CLOVERPORT Incorporntcd 1903 CapitalSurplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Sate Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the same careful1 attention as larger ones and we appre ciate your business and influence Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVERPORT KY i 0n P rr CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL GREGORY CO Proprietors Will do Custom Work We sell Flooring Ceiling Cedar Shingles Laths Lime Plaster Hair Doors and Windows Can make plans of building furnish all material and give estimate of co- sturMaterial is the Best and Prices Low LIL r 11HavenFood Liwsaffected our drinks in any way They were pure before we had Pure Food Laws J 0 FORSALEBYlov- erport T F He ser Woisenberg Noble C L- SiPPel y N TT Quip ins W TV Oelze m C J Ilensel Irvington J Duggins Harned Mat m tingly Bros Kirk N M Crows Co McQnady T G mmMorgan Co Stephensport i Carr Bottling and Manufacturing Works Hawesville Kentucky c i I o f i 1 4 j I 1 1 v vNv tl- z = J I I I I I t i 4 I j I I j Ifl r- f r TWO VERSIONS Rory of the Climb ae Told by the Tourist and the GuIde He was touring ttic Bernese Ober land At the Bear hotel In Grindewald 4 mountaineer sat In the hall a glass of feefer before him and his feet In their fcobnailed mountain boots extended to ward the fire The mountaineer had lutt made an ascent of the TIger and bo talked like this about It Well well well a climb Indeed tour hours of Incessant step cutting With an ax on an ice slope as smooth U glass and as steep as a wall Look tt this bunch of edelweiss I spied it on the edge of a dreadful precipice My guide refused to let me pluck it eald It was madness For his part ho would not risk his life so foolishly But at last what with eloquence and fin offer of 200 francs 1 persuaded him to come along The advance was awful One misstep meant death But I se cured the flower when suddenly the guides foot slipped he fell and began to roll toward the edge But I thrust my ax firmly Into the ice and bracing tnyself seized the rope that bound us together andthe man was saved And at the same time in the hotel kitchen the guide was giving another version of the ascent in words llko these II Well well what a customer An other like that chap and I give up the business From the start he was faint and dizzy In fact wherever any real climbing began we had to carry him like a sack of meal And mean Re fused us a single ponny extra for all our extra trouble Last of all he beg ged for the sprig of cldelweiss I wore In my hat and I was fool enough to let him have it New York Times Chronic Diarrhoea Relieved Mr Edward E Henry with the United States Express Co Chicago writes Our General Superintendent Mr Quick handed me a bottle of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy some time ago to check an at tack of the old chronic diarrhoea I have used it since that time and cured many on our trains who have been sick I am an old soldier who served with Rutherford B Ha os and William McKinley for four years in the 23rd Ohio Regiment and have no ailment except chronic diarrhoea which this remedy stops at once For sale at Severs Drug Store History of Smallpox Smallpox appears to have been first described by Rlmzes an Arabian phy sician living about 900 A D It was Introduced into southern Europe In the time of the crusades and slowly spread Into tho more northern regions In 1517 it was carried from Spain to San to Domingo and thence to Mexico whore It Is said to have swept off 0000000 of the natives It spread rap Idly nil over the nefv world and whole villagoe and even tribes of Indians wore carried ofT by It She Likes Good Things Mrs Cha E Smith of West Franklin Maine says I like good things and hAVe adopted Dr Kings New Life 1ilU as our family laxative medicine because they are good antI do their work without making a fuss about it These painless purifiers sold by Severs Drug Co 25c Vigorous Youngsters Lady I am looking for a governess for my children Manager of Intelligence Office Didnt we supply you with one last weekYes Well madam according to her re port you dont need a governess you need a lion tamer HeartTroubles TroublesThe may be weak just the same as the eyes stomach or other organs It often happens that a person is born with a weak heart Then again dis ease fevers overexertion anxiety nervousness rheumatism etc weaken the heart The result is shortness of breath pal pitation pain in the heart or in some of the nerves of the chest or abdomen The heart should be strengthened with a tonic and for this nothing equals Dr Miles Heart Cure I had LaQrippa last fall as I thought In a mild form I was weak tired feeling and short of breath could hardly go about and a good deal of the time sort of an asthmaUo breathing and extremely nervous I began taking Dr Miles Heart Cure and Nervine and now I feel so much better In every way I am so thank fal that I began taking this medicine and shall not hesitate to tell others how much rood It has done me MRS F J NORTON Freovflle New York Ycur druggIst sells Dr Mlles Heart Cure and we authorize him to return Itrlce of first bottle only IIf It falls io benefit yo- ullifetMedicalCa Blkhart Ind o Headache Every Month You my think because yen have long hid It that OM mutt kare a headache every month being a women Bit II you think so you are wrong since a headache is a sign of disease of you weaaiiy organs that thousands of other women have bees able to relieve or cure by the me of that wonder fat womans medicine WIREOF CARDUII WOMANS RELIEF I recommend Cardui to all tick women writes Mrs A C Beaver of Unicol Tenn I suffered with headache bearingdown pains feet swelled paint la shoulders and many others At last I took Cardui have gained 20 pounds and have found It the belt med icine I ever used for female troubles At All Druggists WRITB FOR FREE ADVICE stating age and describing symptoms to Ladies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn E 3f C SYMPTOMS OF RABIES 4 Signs by Which You May Know When a Dog Is Really Mad Hydrophobia is so rare and terrifying that its symptoms and treatment are little understood As a matter of fact the commonly accepted expression of madness in a dog is often misleading The real mad dog does not shun wa ter as it is said On the contrary mad dogs often rush to the water and drink it eagerly if they are able to swallow The mad dog does not froth at the mouth It does not run amuck snapping at everything in its path What then are the indications of the mad dog To those familiar with a given dog the surest symptom and the one which should excite closest attention is a distinct and unaccountable change in the dogs disposition a staid dog becoming excitable and a frisky one dull That condition does not nec essarlly mean rabies but it is sus picious and if in addition the dog has trouble in swallowing as though it seemed to have a bone in its throat beware That dog should be instantly tied up because if it be rabies it takos but a day or two for ferocious in stints to develop The unmistakable evidence however of a dog with rabies is the sticky whitish saliva which covers the teeth and shows on tho drawn lips Tho eyes glare and aro red the dog has paroxysms of run ning fury during which it barks hoarsely which alternate with periods of temporary exhaustion Caspar Whitney in Outing 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 it Sold under guarantee a Severs Drug Store 25C TREES FOR ROADSIDES Preservative Effect of Shada on French Highways- In answer to inquiries from the Unit ed States Consul General Robert P Skinner of Marseilles furnishes the following information relative to the effect of wayside trees on French roadsIt is proposed to plant trees along the roadsides of New York state in order to keep the moisture in the road and prevent raveling and the question has been raised whether or not the roots of such trees may spread out underneath the road surface and eventu ally create great damage In a severe climate where there are extremes of heat and cold While French roads are not always bordered with shade trees they are so very frequently and my information Is that the trees are planted not only for furnishing shade but in order to protect the roads them selves against the effects of excessive heat and drought It is believed that the long dry summer season is much more inimical to roads than severe cold The chief officer In charge of the public roads in Marseilles is of the FINELY SHADED FRENCH 1EOAD opinion that on the whole New York roads would be benefited if bordered with trees suggesting however that only such should be planted as have vertically descending roots F BIro civil engineer and former conductor erthe bureauDf bridces and highways expresses himself as fol lows on the subject to countries here the climate is damp roadside trees are prejudicial to the maintenance of the highways as they prevent the circulation of the air and the drying of the soil In most of the southern French regions such plan tatlons are on the other hand very useful in dry weather as they main tain the roadbed In a state of fresh ness favorable to Its conservation In general trees should be selected with high spreading branches such as the poplar the elm the ash and they should be planted generally upon the outer edge of the roadbox and at div tances of 10 meters 3280 feet Each tree should be placed In a bole a meter 328 feet deep and 14 meters 492 feet square and should be trimmed to a height of 2 meters 820 feet above the surface The earth about newly planted trees should be loosened in March and No vember in March only after the third yearand thereafter until their per manent growth appears assured Small trenches should be directed toward the foot of the trees in order to secure the benefit of rains Finally the tree itself should be trimmed annually during the first ten years 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 Kings New 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 the 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 The Too Fat Fat hens being wretched layers are always sold off by farmers The early Romans banished all useless persons including the fat in this categoryOvid in his Art of Love says Keep ever slender and supple for the fat have no success with women The Gentoo tribe enter their houses by a hole in the roof of a certain pre scribed size and they who grow too bulky to enter by this hole aro slain as useless and lazy In England it was once the law to put the fat to deathAll dronklttis fatt gluttonIs and consumers of vitallls more nor was necessary to the susten tatlon of men were tane and first com mandlt to swelly their fouth of guhat drink they plea tit and incontinent talrafter was drounlt In nne fresche reverNew Orleans TimesDemocrat 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 NO MAIL ON BAD ROADS Rural Delivery to Be Discontinuedon Highways Not In Good Condition In order to secure good roads on the routes over which rural carriers de liver mull Fourth Assistant Postmas ter General De Oraw has issued a new regulation that nail will not be delivered on roads which are not kept in good condition Some time ago the fourth assistant issued an order requiring postmasters at rural delivery offices to report to the department the number of miles of road covered by rural delivery from their offices and the names of road officials having Jurisdiction over each separate section of road Letters have been sent to these road officials notifying them that rural do livery will not be continued on roads which are not kept In condition to be traveled with facility and safety at all seasons of the year They are request ed to give attention to the roads as soon as practicable Xew York has ISO rural routes made up of 1029 miles of macadam road and 30352 miles of earth gravel and sand roads Success of Prison Labor on Roads After a trial of eleven weeks the em ploy ment of convicts and local prison ers at highway building in the Pana ma canal zone is said by the division of municipal engineering to have passed the experimental stage accord ing to the Canal Record which recently reached Washington Three distinct ends were in view in tho programme submitted by the special committee on the employment of prisoners which was approved last February The first of these was the Improvement of the prisoners condition second the open Ing up to development of the fertile valleys of the canal zone and third reimbursing the government for the expense of maintaining its penal sys tem the latter view having been justified When the baby is cross and has you worried and worn out you will find that a little Cascasweet the well known remedy for babies and children will quiet the little one in a short time The ingredients are printed plainly on the bottle Contains no opiates Sold by all Druggists I The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company I B F BEARDPresident M H BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier I Pays 3 per cent on time more Three per cent is as much as the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely bank can afford to pay I Packet oI- NCORIORATXD PASSENGER RATES REDUCED Cloverport to Louisvill 175 Cloverport to Evansville 175 Boats leave Louisvillo Mondays Wednssdays Fridays and Soturdays at 4 p m Freight shipped by this lins de livered quicker than by rail Through rates quoted to all Ohio Cumberland Green Barren and Tennossee river points Write for folder General of fices 154 to 158 Fourth street Louis ville Ky T L BENNETT Q F x P A QEO H WILSONISupt Baby Morphine Fiends are made by all soothing syrups and baby medicines that contain opium and narcotic McGees Baby Elixir con tains no injurious or narcotic drugs of any kind A sure and safe cure for dis ordered stomach bowels and fretfulnes splendid for teething infants Sold by A R Fisher THEY WENT TO CHURCH A Bit of Strategy That Won For the Minister When Bishop Wilmer was rector of the little Protestant Episcopal church at Uppervllle Va said a Virginia minister he was much worried by the nonattendance at service on Sunday of the majority of the young men d the community On inquiry ho found that instead of going to church they were in the habit of playing marbles for stakes Marbles in those days it must be remembered was a much more serious game than it is now occupying much the same position in the realm of sports as do billiards and pool in these days Bishop Wilmer then a parson not well known determined to break up this practice lie himself had been an expert marble player in his boyhood Accordingly one Saturday he came across a number of the young men en gaged in a game The good bishop asked several questions and finally challenged the lot to play him for keeps They readily consented Much to their astonishment tho young minister won steadily and soon they had to go to the stores to replen- Ish their stock Toward the close of tho afternoon Mr Wilmer had woo every marble In the town of Upper vllle Putting his winnings in a bag he remarked as he walked away Now gentlemen since you cant play mar bles tomorrow I hope to see you all at church And ho dldNew York Tribune Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it Prevalence of Kidney Disease Most people do not realize the alarm ing increase and remarkable prevalency tells of kidney disease While are the most common diseases that pre they are almost the last by patient and phy sicians who con with doctoring the effects while the original disease undermines the What To Do There is in the so often expressed that Dr Kilmers the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder- and every part of the urinary passage It inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of wine or beer and that ne cessity of being to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the effect of is soon It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and a book that all aboutit both sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer RC Co Binir orders vail system comfort corrects liquor overcomes realized hamton N Y When Horn of Bwampnbdt writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers and the address N Y Dont makoany mistake but remember th name SwampBoot Dri Kilmers Swamp Hoot and the address NY Ion werv bottln Capital 50000 Surplus 5000 kulneydis recognized eanknowledge SwampRoot unpleasant compelled extraordinary SwampRoot SwampRoot Binghamton Binghamton DIRECTORS Richardson Dr Kincheloei Robertson Beard depositsno managed Louisville Evansville W H BowMEn President AB BKILLMAN Cashier F L LiGiiTroox Vice resident Cues SKILLMAN AsstCasbler The Old Relia- bleBRFCKINRIDGI3 BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid time deposits Business great and small solicited I lII11II French Lick and West Baden Springs reached by direct line of the I I Southern Railway I pmIILeave Evansville 7 20 am 2 20 It Rockport 7 am 215 7 215am I II Tell City 7 25 am 2 pmIII Troy 7 35 am 2 32 raArrive French Lick10 20 am 5 45 pmIArrive West BadenIO 30 nm 555 fMjDailyExcept Sunday W1J ROUND RATESLIMIT 30 DAYS III tfmWiJIt 2 72 2 76 I Tell City II 2 60 2 64 ITroyII 2 44II 2 48 I a D Stratton P A Evansville ndR J C Beam Jr A G P A St Louis Mo THEY J Fifth Avenue Y HOTELY J Louisville Kye PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr S Eskridge aniI prlnclpallbootres tramI cityI CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPORATED Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable talk anywhere Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana put quick and satisfactory communication with the countryWe able Equipments facilities unsur passed CALDWELL LELAND HUME D WEBB J HUNTER President General Manaaer Sarrclait I Shouldnt Overfeed Hubby Hint for young wives who desire to have their husbands retain their ish slender figures In an address at Vienna on tho subject food Professor Karl Van Noorden one of the greatest medical experts in Europe uteI tered an emphatic protest against j wives overfeed their husbands Ho declared the reason so many to get fat immediately after they have married is that their wives give them their favorite dishes on every QQssltric occasion An Inducement- Is there I can do cried an exasperated west side mother to Induce you to go to bed Yep responded the small boy promptlyWell for goodness sake what is its Lemme stay up an hour longer Cleveland Leader Active At This would be unusual news if men and women would Keep themselves free from rheumatism and all aches aud pains as well as keeping the muscles and joints limber with Snow Liniment Sold by A R FisherIf Morris G W Beard D S A M C V B F on Ind Now 15 Cannelton 15 22 TRIP Cannelton of 87 I The most centrally located aril firstclass hotel in the city making a J1200 rate Only one block from the principal rn shopping district and two blocks the I Street cars pass thedoor to all parts Iof the I you to almost in and We can you In and lAs E T W Jr Treasurer boy who that begin anything I Ballards BULBSBUCKBEBS SPECIAL OFFER AtrlalwlUcuetomeryourmoneySouvenir ColleclloaChofaD 1D mprlArILlrtI1d118puVtuwalw8odpCruChI J v Yu4pdTupI ttrWIbIp PLEASEWrNeto Peoer CENTStend MllKiln nlutrtdlmtrtrtIDuuIfisdDulba4nuSok I 1411rbttewrida1f boilaui a Dt1lannondTallpam Th rrwt t p ALDalblohonbqun- II W Buckbee 811l00XlOJID A Weakling is the only way to describe the poor child 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 quickly etsily and with no bad aftereffects Price 25 cents a bottle Sold by A R Fisher d h L A rIL 1 = 2i= a AIJ 44j J t r I r 1 Ii tTs t Al si I r I j f I I r i f I 11 I JJp 0 VfOLLfeft ARMED WITH SPIKES Machine That Rips Up a Road For fU pair Work A big machine has been at work on the roadway at the north end of Lin coIn park In Chicago It is a monster J steam roller with a double row of spIkes In one of the wheels and the function of the contrivance Is to loosen up the old material In the roadway I preparatory to covering It with afresh coating of crushed stone As the I wide tired wheel rolls on the roadway the spikes sink in the old stone material that has hardened from many years wear This serves to loosen tho material so that when the fresh sup NEW BOAI MACHINE ply of crushed stone Is applied It may be forced down into the old bed by running an ordinary steam roller over I It The spikes are removable so that the wheel may be used also for a pack ing stint Scores of persons gather around the big sharp toothed crusher and ask all kinds of questions When tho puncher has been rolled along the road until the rows of holes reach the width of the driveway jt presents the appearance of a sheet of perforated postage stamps and the whole operation has to be explained for the benefit of the onlookers T GOOD ROAD CONGRESS Purpose and Features of the Interna tional Gathering at Paris Colonel Charles S Bromwell Clif ford Richardson and William Page have been appointed by President Roosevelt to represent the United States at the International road con gress to be held In Paris during Octo ber 1008 Napoleon was a great advocate of road building and since his time France has spent between 500000 000 and 000000000 on her highways The advent of the automobile has proved a serious menace to the sur face of the roads and the purpose of this congress Is to hear opinions of exports on the subject and to con dense them Into a practIcal Idea ot the treatment and care of the surface ot- a roadThis congress to which the govern ments of the various nations have been officially Invited to appoint rep resentatives will bo opened Oct 11 and will be in session seven days It is proposed during the lIfo of the congress to give several festivals in Paris and also excursions one par- tIcularly to Nice to enable the members to visit especially fitted up roads or joad In course of preparation CUTICURA CURED MOTHER AND BABY Southern Woman Suffered With Itching Burning RashDrove Her Nearly CrazyHer Baby Had Sore on Neck and Two Other Babies Had Skin TroublesCalls CUtiCURA A STANDBY THAT NEVER FAILS HER I just cant say enough for tho Cutl highffor hearing of the remedies baby had a running sore on his neck and nothing that I did for it took erect until I used Cuticura My face was nearly full of tetter or some similar skin disease It would itch and after scratching it burned so that I could hardly stand it Two cakes of Cuti cura Soap and a box of Cuticura Ointment cured me Two years after it broke out on my hands and wrist I cured it for a while but it came again In the summer Sometimes I would nearly crazy for it itched so badly fused ten dollars worth of socalled blood medicines which did no good at all then I went back to my old standby that had never failed me One set of Cuticura Soap Cuticura Ointment and Cutlcura Rcao vent dId the work One set also cured my uncles baby whose bead was a cake of sores and I Know of another womans baby who was in the fiamoxfix and nothing else did any good I speak a word of praise for Cuticura whenever I see a case that needs it Mrs Lillie Wllchep 770 Eleventh St Chattanooga Tenn Feb 10 1007 CUTICURA OINTMENT The Worlds Greatest Skin Cure and Purest and Sweetest of Emollients Cuticura Ointment is one of the most successful curatives for torturing disc ring humors ot the skin and scalp loss ot hair ever compounded in proof ot Which n single anoInting with it preceded by a hQ bath with Cutioura Soap and followed by mild doses ot Cuteuro Pills is often sum thecloutmost distressing forms of itching burn ing and scaly humors eczemas Irritations and inflammations permit rest and sloop and point to a speedy cure when all else failS bid throughout the world Potter Drug MIl QImoIJtOlrIUIIIPoetylM r THE COME AND EE SIGN I This sign ipermanently attached to the front of the main building oi the Lydia E Pinkham Medicine Company Lynn Mass What Docs This Sign Mean It means that public inspection oi the Laboratory and methods of doing business is honestly desired Itmeans that there is nothing about the business which is not open and above board It means that a permanent invita tion is extended to anyone to come and verify any and all statements made in the advertisements of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound la it a purely vegetable compound made from roots and herbs with out drugs Come and See Do the women of America continually use as much of it as we are told Come and See Was there ever such a person as Lydia E Pinkham and is there any Mrs Pinkham now to whom sick woman are asked to write Como and See Is the vast private correspondence with sick women conducted by women only and are the letters kept- strictly confidential- Come n and See Have they really got letters from over one million one hundred thousand women correspondents Come and See Have they proof that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has cured thousands of these women Como and See This advertisement is only for doubters The great army of women who know from their own personal experience that no medicine in the PinkhamtgVegetable win fJtill o on using and being ben efited by it but the poor doubting suffering Woman must for her own Bakebo taught confidence forshe also might just as well regain her health The United States government has made several tests at Washington lately principally by taking photographs of the clouds of dust raised by each automobile going at different rates of speed at from five to sixty miles an hour These dust clouds were weighed in order to determine how much of the surface of the road was taken oft by a motor going at an excessive rate of speed This point and n number of others which have been ascertained by the government of the United States undoubtedly will bo brought to the attention of the con gress by one of the American repre sentatives and it Is more than likely that Colonel Bromwell will read a pa per LIFE SPONTANEOUS It IIs the Inevitable Outcome of the Cooling of a Globe So far as we hove evidence life is an inevitable outcome of tho cooling of a globe provided that globe is sufficient ly large for ute did not reach this earth from without No fanciful mete orite bore it the seeds which have since sprouted and overrun its surface Me teorites gave it life indeed but in the more fundamental way in which all natures processes are done by supply Ing It with matter only from which by evolution life arose Of this wo are absolutely certain from the fact that while meteors were falling upon it in any numbers they were forming Its mass the full heat of which had not yet been evolved by their impact and subsequent condensation The heat that thence ensued was excessive many fold grouter than sufficed to kill any germs that might have come to It housed in the meteorites themselves Thus tho action duo the meteorites after they came must have annihilated any organic possibilities they may have brought with them Those arriving after tho heat had waned enough to make survival possible found life al ready started since protoplasm formed the moment cooling permitted of It The proof that life was here spon taneously evolved appears at every stage in its history not only In its ori gin but at every step of Its progress upward where a marked departuro oc curs from its previous course It and the environment are observed to have changed together Two short parallel columns the one showing tho changes that have occurred in the habitat the other those supervening In tho habitat will make this not simply clear but striking As effective as the well known deadly parallel of oratorical ut terances this life giving one reaches tho same certainty through the proba bilities disclosed Occasion of this vital parallelism oc curs at the very start Indeed wo may go back of this and note agree ment before tho start for until the conditions were such as could support life no life appeared This Is the first coincidence Another follows on its heels with the dawn both of conditions fit for some existence and of that ox istence Itself The waters were its birthplace No other portion of the surface could then kayo offered it a e home ana nownere except in tne sen is it then found Tho simultaneity of each new birth and each new cradle crops up again when a new field arose by the making of the land As soon ns this was suit able plants appeared to take possession of it and from that time on neglected more and more the sea The fourth parallel Is found in the significant fact that the edible plants and the plant eaters made their debut on the scene together in mlocenc Units the world having got along without both before that epoch This entry hand In hand so to speak De Lap parent the great French geologist does not hesitate to link logically and to re gard the one as the necessary comple ment of the other If this were not till case there Is certainly no reason why they should appear at the same Instant of time Food evokes its eater in fart as definitely as In phraseology The last of this procession of coinci dences man came on the globe at the time when the cooling of the globe ren dered his own extension possible at the least expense to himself His brain allowed him to take advantage of con ditions less Intrinsically favorable than other animals could endure HIs mind clothed his body and gave him fire and with these two products he sullied forth Into n world where antagonists were chiefly climatic with which he was fitted to cope Thus all along the line we perceive that life and its domicile arose togeth er The second Is necessary to the first and the first Is always sufficient to the occasion The coincidence of the possibility and its seizure of the posse and the else seems to be a general principle of evolution Endless variation Is constantly in progress and this variation takes advantage of any opportunity so soon as it occurs Life but watts in the wings of existence for its cue to enter the scene the moment the stage is set Professor Lowell In Century Magazine A Faithful Friend I have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy since it was first introduced to the public in 1872 and have never found one instance where a cure was not speedily effected by its use I have been a commercial traveler for eighteen years and never start out on a trip without this my faithful friend says H S Nichols of Oakand Ind Ter When a man has used a remedy for thirtyfive years he knows its value and is competent to speak of it For sale at Severs Drug- Store Spinach Omelet Make a puree of spinach in the usual waythat Is to say after having boiled it till tender chop it very flue and rub it through a coarse wire sieve season with salt and pepper stir over the tire and add two ounces of butter and a little cream Take two tablespoonfuls of the spinach and stir It Into four eggs which have been previously beat en yokes and whites separately Add a little piece of shallot which has been rubbed through the sieve and salt and pepper to taste When thoroughly mixed put the whole into an omelet pan with two ounces of butter and fry a pale brown Servo very hot By stander The little attacks of stomach trouble it d stomach disorders will undoubtedly le d to chronic dyspepsia unless you tae something far a sufficient time to strengthen the stomach and give it a chance to getwell If you take Kodol in the beginning the had attacks of Dyspepsia will be avoided but if you allow these little attacks to go unheeded it will take Kodol a longer time to put your stomach in condition again Get a bottle of Kodol today Sold by all Druggists Fatalities Yes said tho beauteous young thing when I asked papa If I might go mountain climbing he took my head off But 1 had my own way of course and finally the crowd got start ed and you know they made me put on a lot of wraps and things that simply suffocated me And about half way up I slipped and fell over a cliff and broke my neck Indeed yes And when they had lifted and pulled me back on the trail I absolutely died from pain But before long I was able to go on to tho top but by the time wo were almost there I collapsed and sat down for I could never breathe again But they made mo pull myself together and In time we got to the summit and there it was so cold I frozo to death Ooooh And I was glad I can tell you when we came down at last and as soon as they got mo homo I went to bed dead from exhaustion Independent Disagreeable at Home Lots of men and women who are agreeable with others get cranky at home Its not disposition its the liver If you find In yourself that you feel cross around the house little things worry youjust buy a bottle of Ballards Herbine and put your liver in shape You and everybody around you will feel better for It A R A tag from a 10cent piece will count FULL valuo A tag from a Scent piece will count HALF v- alueTOBACCO with valuable tags Save your tags from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST Master Workman Sailors Pride Horse Shoo Ivy JT Pick Spear Head Old Honesty litfinaleBlack Bear Old Peachafur I lal Jolly Tar na Loa Ttnpenny Coupons from MANS PRIDE AND OWENS SELECT SMOKING PICNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL Brazil Smoking GILT EDGE BrazH Smoking Yellow Strips from BUSTER Tags from the above brands are good for the following and many other useful presents as shown by catalog Gold Cuff Buttons 50 Tags French Briar PipeSO Tags Ladys Pocketbook 50 Tars Fountain PenIOO Tags Leather PocketbookSO Tags Pocket Knife40 Tags TagsGentlemansTags Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with whichII to redeem tags If you cannot have your tags redeemed at home write us for catalog r r rJ saaiw 1 t V PREMIUMjw DEPARTMENT tI KC THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO St Louis Mo fcI BORED AND PLUGGED The Truthful Story of a Ship Struck by Lightning- In Duluth down on the docks some days ago some fresh water Ancient Mariners were talking of adventures on the raging main began an old steamship man Captain H said one It seems to me Ive heard some where that your vessel was once struck by lightning while sailing sailing over the bounding main Yep twice said Captain H Hap pene4 off Point Aux Barques bout fif teen years ago We were Joggln long when a thunderstorm overtook us and tho very first flash of lightnln struck the deck amidships and bored a hole as big as my right leg right down through the bottom of the vessel And she foundered of course No sir The water began rushIn in and she would have foundered but there came a second flash and a bolt struck my foreto gallant mast It was cut off near the top turned bot tom end up and as It came down It entered the hole and plugged It up as tight as a drum When we got down to drydock we simply sawed ort either end and left the plug In the planks Washington Herald Summer complaints and other serious ailments common In hot weather can be traced to the stomach nine times out of ten Keep the stomach in good order right now by keeping a bottle of Kodol handy in the house all the time but especially during this month Take Kodol whenever you feel that you need it That is the oil time that you need it I sourIby all Druggists His Reasoning- De ToughI want to return this dog to the gent what owns him I seen his ad in the paper The Lady How did you guess it was a gent that put tho ad in De Tough =Cause it said No questions asked London Pick MeTJp The Trouble Grouch The Rev Sfr Srafleys scheme to pass around the cigars and let the men smoke during services has proved a failure BlinkWhat was the trouble GrouchHis wife bought the cigars Cleveland Plain Dealer Itch Itch ItchlScratch Scratch Scratch The more you scratch the worse the itch Try Doans Ointment t cures piles eczema any skin itching A 11 druggists sell it The Alphabet Tho great Phoenician alphabet the parent of every form of European writing and of tho scripts of Persia Arabia and India as well owes but lIttlo to Egypt It Is true that in the construction Of their alphabet the Phoenicians made use of certain hier atic characters found In their trade deal Ings with gypt but this fact in no Hairs In the WatchIWell sir I had to downtown to have It cleaned out again said an east side barber theI other day I have to send my to the repair shop about once a month and there is absolutely nothing the matter with It except that it Is full ot hairs 1 do not understand how the hairs can get Into the works and be hind the hands and mix up in the mainspring and every place as they do In my timepiece I watched myself one month as closely as I could and 1 swear I never opened the back of It Yet at the end of the month I unscrew ed the back lid and it was full of lit tlo fine hairs I always keep It in my pocket when I am cutting hair but I dont see how any hairs get into the watch Yet they must because they are always there Columbus Dis patch Diarrhoea Cured I My father has for years been troubled with diarrhoea and tried every means possible to effect a cure without avail writes John H Zirlcle of Philippi W Va He saw Chamberlains Colic Colera and Diarrhoea Remedy advertised in the Philippi Republican and de cided to try it The result is one bottle cured him and he has not suffered with the disease for eighteen months Befo taking this remedy he was a coustan suff rer He is now sou lidand w I and although sixty years old can do s much work as a young man Sold u Severs Drug Store The Real Ooquence Mrs Premiere You always get a new gown before you go away on a visit dont you Mrs Seconde No I always go away on a visit after I get a new gown Womans Home Companion Manners carry the world for a moment character for all time I ITHE IVORY HUNTER Troubles Begin When He Has to Get Ivory Out of the Jungle First catch your ivory then get It home If you can A mans troubles have barely begun when the tusks ot the fallen monsters are chopped out wrapped In sacking and taken back to camp Each weighs 50 or even 100 pounds I have seen specimens that are on record as tipping the scales at 250 pounds Suppose I have got together 100000 worth of fine ivory tam perhaps a thousand miles from anywhere with this load of HOOOO or 00000 pounds There are no railroads no wheeled vehicles even no draft animals The stuff must be carried across the wilds of Africa on the backs of na live porters who think nothing of drop- pIng their loads and deserting if the fancy happens to seize them The worst of the hunting is nothing tQ what such a homeward march may mean I have had my men shot down by hostile tribes from ambush with poisoned arrows I have seen them die in agony from the bites of noxious la sects I have been attacked by bands of DInkas who knew the value ot ivory as well as I did and who tried to help themselves to mine Everybodys Magazine excellent lie Inn Advice Mrs M M Davison of No 879 Oft ford Ave Sat Jose Cal says The worth of Electric Bitters as a general family reaiedy tor headache biliousness and torpor of the liver and bowels is co pronounced that I a I prompted to say k w rd in its favor or the benefit of those sreking relief from such afflictions There is m re he Ith for th digestive organs in a bottle if Electric Hi fen than in any other remedy I know of Sold under guarantee at Severs Drug Store 50c r MBOHS BIGGEST SIIOW1 SEPT1415 16rM8191908 SIX BIG DAYS DAILY TRACES 25000 IN PREMIUMS WEBERS 20 SIDE SHOWS BIDATTRACTION Here is the place to display your live stock and farm products I to meet your friends and to combine amusement with information Show every day rain or shine in our new l 100000 Live Stock Pavilion Be one of the quarter of 4 million to visit this years Fair LOW RAILROAD RATES rer information entry blanks or catalog addross KyvvIlLLOF Tye CoNnreacru BRANCHES NCLUDING TEl lMPHYARE Teacfri bEAUTIfUL QITAIOGllpE S U5SOHSINBOOKKEEPIHGBYMA1L GRADUATES SECURE POSITIONS WRITE How ADDRESS BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY BQWUNG GREEN I tQ h h d 1 r I r f c A I = 71 1 x 1 r- I t r A i I i 1 f I r j f1Y p t1 j SEVEN HILLS CHAUTAUQUA AUGUST 114 1908 OWENSBORO 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 Concert Chautauqua Chorus Solos by Miss Hargrove LaRose Bosley Hansen Readings Miss Kling Miss Mayme Miller Dr Edward Russell Perry Pansy E Ross MONDAY AUGUST 3 George R Stuart S A Long Tom Corwin 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 OraI tor in two lectures Chicago Glee Club Miss Kling Tom Corwin Miss Hargrove THURSDAY AUGUST 6 Col A W Hawkes Sunshine Florence May brick Twenty years inII an English Prison Tom Corwin Chi cago Glee Club Miss Hargrove Ad mission 50 cents FRIDAY AUGUST 7 President Kinnaman Music Festival Chautauqua Chorus and Soloists Tom Corwins last number Miss WillieJJ c Neely ReaderSATURDAY c AUGUST 8jj Gov John A Johnson of Minnesota endowed for President of the United States Pitt Parker Cartoonist Miss Neely JULIAN HARRIS SUCCEEDS FATHER EDITOR MAGAZINE JULIAN Chandler Harris Uncle Remuss The Julian Harris son of Chandler Harris succeeds his father as editor of UNCLE RHSIUSS THE MAGAZINE retaining also his original position as gen eral manager Don R Marquis who has already made a national reputation through his editorials poems and short stories is to continue as associate editor ofMagazineFrom Julian Harris had the comrade of his father and he was the organizing spirit of the Maga zineWhen youngerHarrisHerald A later he became connected with the Atlanta Constitution and when 20 years of age he went to Chi cago and became assistant Sunday editor of the TimetIIerald He returned to Pisgah Notes Fredie Mathews is building a new barn where the storm tore his old oneMiss Nellie Brown entertained a num ber of friends last Wednesday Miss Kathrine McGavock and Miss Susie Brown were the guests of Misses Lottie and Rice Sunday Ray Marlow and sister Ethel spent Saturday and Sunday with their grand parent Mr and Mrs Wells Protracted meeting broke up on ac count of the pastor being ill SUNDAY AUGUST 9 Bible School Commencement Sa cred Concert by Chautauqua Chorus and Soloists Sermon Dr Talmage of England Pitt Parker Danger Sig pals MONDAY AUGUST 10 Concerts by Weils famous St Louis Worlds Fair Band of fifty men Lecture by Lenora Single admission this day 50 cents children 25 cents TUESDAY AUGUST II Closing Concerts by Weils famous St Louis Band Lecture by Mrs Lake The Divine Rights of a Child II 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 taville Flowers Chautauqua Chorus FRIDAY AUGUST 14 Closing Day Senator 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 only 25c children 15c three special days fOci children 25c A transferable season ticket for 300 No pass out checks issued for any cause AS OF HARRIS Who Succeeds Ills Father Joel Editor of Home Macazino Joel HOME been lanta year down Lena Lake Mont Atlanta to become night editor of bii Conttitution when 21 years of age andItwo years later was promoted to the man aging editorship of that papera distinc tion probably unprecedented for a man of his years in the history of Southern journalism He Is the author of a play soon to be staged by Nixon Zimmer man and has written a number of short stories descriptive articles andessays He is his fathers literary executor and not only arc Uncle Remuss last writ ings in his possession but through his collaboration with his father on two important unpublished workswhich will be given to the public during the yearand his intimate acquaintance with the pur poses and ideals of his father he is eminently fitted to carry out the cherished plans of the founder of the MagazineI Mr Wm Mullen who is quite ill shows no improvement There are many imitations of DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve but just one original Nothing else is just asII good Insist on DeWitts It is cleansing cooling and soothing Sold by AllII Druggists Excursion Fares To NIagra Falls And Return 15 round trip from Cloverport July 29 Aug 4 Aug 15 Ask agent for further information 1 Araeil Pate was in Lewisport Sunday I DANGER IN DELAY Kidney Diseases Are Too Danger ous For Cloverport People To Neglect The great danger of kidney troubles is that they get a firm hold before the sufferer recognizes them Health is gradually undermined Backache headache nervousness lameness sore ness lumbagourinary troubles dropsy diabetes and Brights disease follow i merciless succession Dont neglect your kidneys Cure the kidneys wit the certain and safe remedy Doans Kidney Pills which has cured people right here in Cloverport Geo F Megerle living on River St Cloverport Ky saysUFor three months 1 was unable to do any work whatever My kidneys were in a dis ordered condition and I could not pass the secretions without suffering intensely i and finally my feet became so badl swollen that I was unable to get my shoes on There was a dull pain iin the small of my back which extende- into I my head and although I tried a number of different remedies I was un able to find relief Finally Doansi Kidney Pills came to my attention an I procured them at Fishers drug store I used them according to directions and in six weeks I was entirely fre from kidney trouble I attribute myI present health sorely to the curative powers of Douns Kidney PiUsIFor sale by all dealers Price 50I cents FosterMilburn Co BuffaloI New York sole agents for the United StatesIRemember the name Doana and take no other Teachers Needed The demand for qualified teachers i greater than the supply The present educational awakening in the State andI the application of the new school laws are creating many new positions for qualified men and women who are en gaged in the teaching services Under the Normal School law the Board of Regents has the right to issue to students completing certain courses of study certificates which entitle them to teach anywhere in Kentucky without examination Eligeble persons sixteen years and older have a right to enter the Normal on free tuition An illus trated catalog giving full informatio- mailed I on application Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepsia and constipationweakens the whole system Doans Regulets 25 cents a box correct the liver tone the stomach cure constipation STEPHENSPORT K B Blaine and family are visiting Mrs Elaines parents Mr and Mrs James Biggs of Irvington H S English and daughter Miss i Etta and grandson James Harvey 1 English returned from Tar Springs Saturday I Mrs M L Roberts is visiting in OwensboroMrs English was in town SaturdayVirgil Roberts was in Owensboro ThursdayMiss Moorman left Saturday for a visit to Maceo Owensboro and LewisportJames of Memphis Tenn is the guest of his mother Mrs William Hanks was called to Rockport last week to the bedside of her daughter Mrs Lizzie Yeager daughterIGeorgia returned to their home in Hardinsburg Friday after spending a a few weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs Geo McCubbins Albert McKaughan is able to be out again after several weeks illness of typhoid fever W B Gardner passed through here Saturday enroute to Chenault- S H Dix is on the sick list Miss Zelma Lay is teaching our school It begun Aug 3 The Burnt Cork Circle Mistah Middleman Ah has ab rId- dle 0 Mr Bones we shall bo delighted to have you propound It Yessah but hit aint nothin lak dat Ah Jest desires to ax yo what am de difference between ah storekeeper whose business is Improvin an a man who selects feathers fo sofa pillows Thats a pretty hard nut to crack is Mr Bones Now what Is the differ ence between a storekeeper whose business is improving and a man who selects feathers for sofa pillows De storekeepers business is plckin up an de other mans business is plckin down Mr T N Orr will sing the pathetic ballad He Married Himself to a Mar cel Wave an Now Hes All at Sea Harpers Weekly Henry Pate returned home Friday from the West Mr Pate spent jthree months in Oklahoma and Kansas About Hands Few persons have pretty hands an fewer know how to use them so their latent beauty will not be emphasized The lIart of making the most of ones hands consists chiefly in preventing aI square appearance and inbeiiding fin gers so that they will look long and slenderAs rule womanand men too make the mistake of curving the fingers which shortens those already lacking in length Persons with tap ering fingers are the only ones who canI jointnand observation will generally prove Thhnatural hinge for this type seams to beat the lower joint or at the knuckles and woman with short fingers should develop action from the same joints Any girl who closes her hands in a natural manner will be apt to find that before moving the knuckle joints she closes the finger down Therefore the best remedy she can apply to counteract cIcsingyng five minutes each day It is not until asIfar as they can be this way that there should be any movement of the mid die joints inIrepose is awkward for it accentuates the breadth A really pretty and grace byebending it at the knuckle joints ant curving in the little and fourth fingers If these two fingers are left straight that is with merely a bend at the knuckles and the forefinger is advan ced the merest trifle over the middle the effect of length in the hand is in creased in marked degree especially when the thumb is straight There never was a more ungraceful habit than that of crooking the little finger and letting it stick out In this position a long hand takes on a grotesque widthsof a short one is emphasized most un desirably The best possible way is to bend down from the knuckle joint of the I little finger and let the fourth have a similar angle By this attitude the width is materially decreased and with P the other fingers made long by proper use the hand becomes attractive Boston Traveler Mr Bryans Choice j Mr Bryans choice of the Hon Moses Cincinnatus Wetmore of St cornnj mittee for raising the wind is as happy as Moses himself He not only loosens up easily himself but he has a persut asive way with many of his brother toIthe Peerless in 1900 and presumably will be an even better one this year Mr Bryan has hunted trusts and jack rabbits with Moses who is a great hand for game preserves The halo and the savor of his wealth slices of which are so peculiarly appropriate in the Democratic treasury are that it comes straight from the plutocrats and money devils Mr Wetmore has becomo rich by selling out his tobacco plants to the trust and then starting new ones for the slime purpose Trust money honestly jis earned by thwarting trusts such is the fortune of this patriot naturally one of the best beloved of Mr Bryans friends and counsellors Colonel Wetmores method of fighting the trusts is the only successfull one that has beer discovered- so far New York Sun A Physical Culturist Sleep regularly eat carefully and walk and you will be wellWu No need to identify him with a title Officially he is the Chinese Minister but he is better known to the American people as dietist philosopher and physical culturist Walk what a world of wisdom for the out of sorts and the debilitated in that simple recipa Does dog play tennis or a horse golfI Nature intended that thay should quicken their circulation and keep in health by walking and running plans games were not made for him He invented them for his amusement not to keep him healthy He walks and runs naturally like the horse his servant and the dog his companion Therefore walking head up arms swinging is the only exercise necessary for man and the best and cheapest O sapient Wu 0 selfsufficient Wu True he took a street car after giving the advice humau Wu 1New York Sun Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand storehouse stock of goods good willetc yearPostabout 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here a fine opportunity for a man with goodbusinessJNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky Temperance Headquarters H A Oelze has given his store room next to the post office to be used as Temperance headquarters Literature will be there free and all persons are cordially welcome to get it any time LOUiSIville SAMPLE- r Crops are needing rain Rev Cline of Hardinsburg filled hi appointment here the first Sunday- L D Dowell and Jack Roberts were in Louisville last week on business Carl Armstrong was in Sfephensport Wednesday typhoidrfever at this writing- H S Brumfield was in Hardinsburg Wednesday on business The infant of Mr and Mrs Harman Driskells is somewhat improved at this writingJames Dowell and Mack Walls of New Bethel were here WednesdayThey came on a fishing expedition and re ported fine luck got two or three bites and one fish apiece Harmen DrSskell and family of MattoonIHare visiting Mrs Driskells sister Mrs Wilburn Brown this week Mrs H M Brumfieldspent last week with her sister Mrs Mary Stillwell near Stephensport- Mr and Mrs Henett Brurafield spent Wednesday with Mrs Cordia Black near Union Star Miss Lillian Dowell of Beech Hill entertained Saturday night and Sunday Misses Ethel Dowell of Buras Maud and Henrietta Ahlof Evansville Eula Dowell of New Bethel and Messrs Irva Alexander and Willie Dowell of Buras and A P Varbleof Owensboro Mrs Josie Roberts spent a few days last week with her daughter Mrs Albert McKaughn of Stephensport TOBINSPORT NEWS Wm White Honored Citizen Of Perry County Died Friday Night SeventySeven Years Of Age Dr L W German and daughter Maugerite of Louisville are visiting at W Winchells Banty Hayden is home from Yellow BankRev Chas Ketchem of Rome filled his regular appointment at the M E church SundayIMisses Nina Weatherholt and MayI Wolfe spent Thursday in Cannelton the guests of Mrs Geo Chilton Quite a number from Cloverport attended the ball game here Sunday be ween Addison and Tobinsport Scores 13 to 11 in favor of Tobinsport Will Anspack of Rome was in the vicinity SundayIQuite a number from here attended I Frenchs New Sensation at Cloverport Monday evening Miss May Cox is visiting her sisterI Mrs Marion Polk this week Mr Wm White one of the oldest citizens of the vicinity died suddenly of heart trouble Friday night He was I seventyseven years of age end lived with his daughter near Millstone Hejj survived by two children Dr David White and Lena and many friends He was buried at the M E cemetery Rev Chas Ketchem conducting the services Fine Peaches 1 I Chester Beavin of Mattingly was in town Mon lay and brought with him several bushels of fine fruit He has gotten fifty bushels of peaches from his 1 orchard this season I ALL RUN DOWN Miss Della Stroebe who had Cone plttely Lost Her Health Founds Relief front Perutta at Once Read WltatSlte Says DELLA STROEBE 710 RichMISS St Appleton Wis writes For several years I was In a rundown condition and I could find no relief from doctors and medicines I could not enjoy my meals and could not sleep at night I had heavy dark circles about the eyes My friends wore much alarmed I was advised to give Peruna a trial and to my Joy I began to improve with the first bottle After taking six bottles I felt completely cured I cannot say too much for Peruna as a medicine for women in a rundown condition Peruna Did Wonders Mrs Judge J F Boyer 1421 Sherman Ave Evanston Ill says that she became run down could neither eat nor sloop well and lost flesh and spirit Pa rnna did wonders forher and she thanks Peruna for new life and strength ManaIin the Ideal Laxative Swankers- A number of our contemporaries ap pear to be somewhat exercised as to the precise meaning of the word swank Swank though usually called by other names is the leading characteristic of Englishmen French men used to talk of perfidious Albion It was simply another way of calling us swankers To swank is broadly to make the thing that is not seem as the thing that is London Globe Not Shall we marry darling or shall we knot was the short and witty line an ardent lover dispatched to the idol of his heart But where the strangeness of the matter comes In the girl replied I shall not You may do as you please Moral Lesson Lost Good for Squllllpsl T hear that since ho quit drinking he has got rich Its too bad to spoil that story but its the other way Since ho got rich he has quit drinking Chicago Tribune Much Easter Candidate of Ideals Wouldnt yon rather be right than president Practical FriendCertainly It is so much easier to be right Baltimore Ameri canHonesty Is the best policy but it is the sort of policy that has no sur render value 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