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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ciiB ASSOCIATION AT WARNED I Grand Meeting for Baptist Folks Last Week Miss Eula Hensley Assists In Organizing A Union TIIREE HUNDRED ATTEND I A News representative in speaking to the Rev L S Sanders a traveling officer of the Baptist Orphans Home about the annual meeting of the Breck enridge Baptist Association at Harned he said We had most inspiring ser vices both days The Association met there August 20 Und 27 and the Rev Sanders gave the following notes Rev Compton reelected Moderator and Mr Herndon of Irvington re elected Clerk The opening address was delivered by the Rev Cox of Philpot and sermonsj were preached by Rev J J Willet of J3kron and Rev Everetts English of Hardinsburg Rev James Lewis of Cloverport W D Powell J D Maddox of Owensboro and T A Johnson I Vf Louisville were among the interested s workers present 300 was pledged for church building 7 fund and the Association made an earnest plea for 1000 for missions to be raised during the coming year a Thursday afternoon the women held a r a camp meeting and organized a + xyomans Missionary Union Mrs Robert Cs oik of Cloverport and Miss Eula Hensley of Hardinsburg were thereRev Sanders said The Harned r folks treated us fine to chicken pie and t waosi good to be with them A Sure enough Knocker J C Goodwin of Reidsville N C says Bucklins Arnica Salve is a sure enough knocker for ulcers A bad one came on my leg last summer but that wonderful salve knocked it out in a few rounds Not even a scar remained Guaranteed for piles sores burns etc 25c at Severs drug store Prohibit Them The citizens of Cloverport said by whiskeyt1annotjority against the proposition was SO Theyll keep on coming to Cannelton 4 after jugs and bottles full of the stnff Some of them will have it as long as iit is madeCannelton Telephone A Burglar In lown his name is bad cough He doesnt care for gold or silver but he will steal youi health away If he appears in your house arrest him at once with Ballards Horehound Syrup It may mean con sumption if you dont A cure for all coughs cold and chest troubles Price 25c50c and 100 per bottle Sold by A P Fisher THE VOODOO IN HAITI Human Sacrifices to the God of the Serpent There is ample proof that human be Ings have been offered as sacrifices to the god of tho serpent in Haiti A French archbishop of tho Island describes a visit made by ono of the priests to a voodoo assembly The man had disguised himself as a negro and he was thus able to mingle unde obscuritytmtsido the sacred circle After the 11vhito rock and white goat had been plain and offered up and their blqpd had been sprinkled on the company a p andyIirostratedThen kneeling prayer 0 mamas I havo a favor to ask of hee What Is It my son said the egress encouragingly Wilt thou not give us to complete the sacrifice tho goat without horns The priestess gavo a sign of assent Che crowd roundabout separated and there was revealed a child sitting with 1 Us feet bound The French priest rushed away in search of assistance In revcntlng tho unholy rite but tho uithorlties on whom ho called were itrangely slothful When finally on the day following they arrived at the ppplace of assembly they found tho growsomo remains of a sacrifice and a feast among them tho boiled skull of the child Marvin Dana in Metropoli tan Magazine KILLI THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR 1fooOLDS 1ANDALLTHROATANDLUNGTIIOUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED IK FASHIONS REALM How a Young Girls Hair Should Be Arranged THE EFFECT MUST BE SIMPLE Anything the Least Bit Artificial Is Inartistic and IncongruousRibbon Adornment Eminently Suited to the Fresh Young Faces They Surround IWhen a young girl reaches that milestone In her career which Is marked by the lengthening of her frocks and the turning up of her braids she is as deeply concerned about the fashion of doing her hair as any debutante is over the question of puffs or no putts Candidly the sub ject of hairdressing means more to the girl who wears her braids up for the first time than It does to her older sis ter She has nothing to guide her In the way of former experience and she does not always get that sympathetic A LOW COIFFURE help older sisters might render if they remembered how Important the coif fure is to the schoolgirl Doing the hair up does not mean that the hair is actually arranged on the top of the head The up Is used comparatively in contrast to the hang Ing braids or curls worn by girls under fourteen In a general way the young girls coiffure is following In the lead of the one adopted by fashionable women It suggests ever so slightly a Grecian effect by reason of its full ness at the back of the head A simple way to manage this style of dressing Is to roll the sides of the hair back from the face either from a middle part or straight back from the forehead and twist it altogether in a double loop pinning the tolls across the head In a horizontal line Anything the least bit suggestive of artificiality In a young girls halrdress ing is not only Inartistic but borders on the Incongruous Naturalness is the point aimed at and a marcel wave no matter how cleverly it is accomplished stamps any head with artificiality Al most all girls hair has a slight wave of its own around the face and this may be encouraged by simple means but newer by the iron Fancy hairpins ornaments and combs are not proper features of girls coif fures They wear shell pins and combs to serve a practical purpose but never In a decorative way When the hair Is not tied before it is put up a comb will be found most useful In keeping the hair In place and In making the dressing simpler These combs rarely show however and when one does get a glimpse of them it Is only ofa bit of polished tortoise shell rim Ribbons wound through the pompadour and in and out of the coils make a pretty way to arrange the hair for a party Ribbons are simple and artis tic and eminently suited to the fresh young faces they surround The done MODIFIED PSVCHE ble faced kind a little over an Inch wide sires the best results The weav ing may start at the back and cross In front through the pompadour then be brought back to the knot again and the ends tucked under a loop of the hair or the two tied in a girlish bow AMY VARNUM Dont Be Discouraged Beginning n thing is easy Its the itlcking to It that is difficult The test of character is the ability to go on and finish It Is a rare virtue and an exceedingly valuable one for what ever you have set yourself to do there will surely come a time of discourage ment when you doubt If after all It Is worth while Look out for that timethe time when you are tempted to turn back It is there that the dan ger lies It doesnt matter what your work IsearnIng a living or ranking a home or conquering a besetting sin the discouragement Is bound to come Dont give way to It Be prepared for it and make up your mind to keep ou lust the same JOINT SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION Consisting OQBreckenridge And Hardin Counties To Be Held At Big Spring Sept 5 1000 DevotionalRev R T McConnell 1015 Welcome Address 1025 ResponseHA Somoners 1040 Object of this MeetiugCE Keith 1050 Value of Organfoad WorkJ- C Perth 1020 Song What is That in Thine Hand Mrs W J Piggott 1150 Appointments of Committee NOON 100 DevotionalRev D F Shacklett 110 The Children Round Table C E Keith 130 The Teachers That WinH- A Somoners 200 Visitation as a Method of Ingathering Mrs S P Parks 220 The Superintendents Unused OpportunityRev D F Shacklett 240 Song The Needs of My County Round Table led by W D Ashcraft 310 Offering 320 Reports of Committee- C E Keith 1- I M Herndon Presidents- T B Henderson J now To Get Strong P J Daly of 1247 W Congress St Chicago tells of a way to become strong He lays My mother who is oldand was very feeble is deriving so much benefit from Electric Bitters that I feel its my duty to tell those who need a tonic and strengthening medicine about it In my mothers case a marked gain in flesh has resulted insomnia his been overcome and she is steadily growing stronger Electric Bitters quickly remedy stomach liver and kidney com plaints Sold under guarantee at Severs drug store 50- cHandsome Improvement In the store of F Fraize some very handsome improvements have recently been installdd by Mr Fred Fraize Modern wardrobes for mens clothing are among the new furnishings and Tengsten lights are being placed all over the building These new additions do not only add to the convenieuce of the firm but they are very attactive Correction It was omitted in last weeks News that one of the boxes of cigars given in the foot race contest at the Masonic barbecue was given by Miss Lillian Sippel To Be Happy you must have good health You cant have good health if your liver is not doing it s dutyslow but sure poisoning is going on all the time under such cir cumstances Ballurds Herbine makes a perfectly healthy liverkeeps the stomach and bowels right and acts as a tonic for the entire system Sold by A R Fishier SEA BATHINGi i The Effects of Salt Air and Water on the Human Body There is a reason why parents havo In all times and in all ages endeavored to give their children the benefit of sea air and sea bathing An Italian physl clan Gerosa tells about it It is agreed ho says that all living organisms began their first existence In salt water and that as a result the hu man body and Indeed every animal body Is largely made up of salt If you taste your blood or your tears which are the extract of blood you will find that both arc quite salt In flavor More than this however every living being possesses within his body In the cellular stage all thoso strange marine organisms which we study so curiously in museums And seeing says Gerosa that the amount of sea water contained In every body is equal to one third of that bodys weight It is clear that in the infinitesimally rudi mentary form all known marine life must be present in the blood Tho re sult Is that when wo bathe In tho sea or breathe tho sea air wo replace the amount of essential salt which is con stantly decreasing In tho system and all unconsciously to ourselves weak ening It Salt water says Gerosa is really tho main principle of life since it is tho first condition of existence which tho living organisms knew It is therefore always good for tho body whether It be enjoyed at tho seaside or brought in bottles from the sea In particular Is It very valuable In tho case of weakling children and there ij no bodily stimulant so Invigorating to tho very young as sea water A Sure Thing ibp Old CnthiT stiy anything abqut you being too young He Well yes but be said IV sue pretty rapidly after wo were murrlnl mid I found I had to pny your bills Mustrated Bits A happiness that is quite undls turbed becomes tiresome we must have ups antI downs Mollere S MACARONI IN ITALY To the Working People This Food II- a It Luxury Every one pictures the Italian as eating macaroni What If I toll you that the Italians taking them as a people do not eta macaroni and yet this Is virtually true Macaroni In Italy costs 4 to 8 cents a pound and it is too costly for common use It is about as accurate to say that the Italians Ive on macaroni as that the Ameri cans live on turkey Macaroni to the working Italian Is a luxury You often see young fellows on a holiday In dulging In a dish in a restaurant or before a street cook stand about as Americans would eat Ico cream A customary workmans dinner is a hunk of bread broken apart and buttered with a few traces of tomato sauce As for meat It is the greatest rarity and the only drink they can afford Is wa ter which has the advantage of being cheap and filling The Italians at home are not only temperate but ab stemious Wine and beer and even tea coffee and chocolate are forbidden to them on account of the expense In all Italy we saw no one under the In fluence of liquor So also there Is practically no smoking The govern ment has a monopoly of the tobacco business buys its supplies in quanti ties direct In America and elsewhere and charges three prices for every thing The few tobacco shops keep a piece of smoldering tow tied at the doorpost so that patrons and passers may light their cigars by ItLos An geles Times WOMANS WIT UNCERTAIN At When This Wife Failed to Ap preciate Hubbys Pleasantry Dont always rely upon the ready wit of a woman said the man who Is sometimes pleased to consider him J businessFor example my wife and children had been staying in the country for several weeks and I was regular with my letters as every loving husband should be Finally on the day before my wife was to start for homo I con cluded my letter to her with these wordsThis will be the last letter I will write to you for a long long time When I got down to my office the next morning I found a telegram from my wife waiting for me What on earth do you mean read the dispatch Later a registered letter came from her She had blotted almost every line I with tears What It was all about I could not Imagine Then my telephone bell rang and when I answered I heard my wifes voice speaking over the long distance phone Oh John said she Is that really you I thought you had committed Buiclde Washington Post Remedy For Choking Raising the left arm as high as you can will relieve choking much more rapidly than the act of thumping ones back said a physician and it is well that every one should know It for often a person gets choked while eating where there is no one near to thump him Very frequently at meals and when they are at play children get choked while eating and the cus ternary manner of relieving them Is to slap them sharply on the back The effect of this is to set the obstruction free The same thing can be brought about by raising the left hand of the child as high as possible and the re lief comes much more quickly In happenings of this kind there should be no alarm for if the child sees that older persons or parents get excited the effect Is bad The best thing Is to tell the child to raise its left arm and Immediately the difficulty passes away The Popping Stone The popping stone marks the spot where Sir Walter Scott asked Miss Carpenter to marry him It Is situated in the beautiful valley of the Irthlng at Glislaiid nn inland watering place near Carlisle The popping stone is visited by runny thousands during the summer months and it is said many a laggard lover lies had his courage screwed up to popping point at this ro mantle spot In the Immediate neigh borhood may also be soon Mumps Ha which Scott Immortalized In Guy Mannoring while n little farther afield the Roman wall and Laner cost priory prove attractions to vis itors to Gilslatid London Chronicle Hardships of the Very Poor Little Marion having few real play mates has supplied herself with sev eral Imaginary ones with whom she has many surprising experiences Her mother recently overheard her playing with her large family of dolls and en tertaining a visionary caller Yes Mrs Smlf she said heaving a deep sigh we are poor terribly poor We lire so poor that I have to spank my babies to keep them warm Womans Home Companion Costs Sometimes Theres no use talking about Itachronic disease is an expensive thing to haveThat depends Mine never cost me anythingWhats your trouble Kleptomania Cleveland Leader Tho Biter Bit Hewitt Who was that fellow who in a fit of absentmindedness tried to light his cigar from the electric light Jewett Hes a Joke writer who makes a specialty of Jokes about countrymen blowing out the gas New York Press As soon as a man acquires fairly good sense It is said that he is an old fogy Atchison Globe I SELF EVIDENT What the Man Wanted When He Got In the Barbers ChairI The bai7lieadcd man with four days growth of heard on his chin entered the barbers shop and sat down in onet I chaIrsI In the chair 11 want to be measured for a suit of clothesThis isnt a tailor shop sir What is It Its a barber shop What work do you do In this shopitl Shave men and cut their hair sir Do you think a man with no hair on his head would come here to have his hair cut INo sir presuming me to be a sane man but bnldhcadod what would you naturally suppose I came for For a shave Then why did you ask me if I wanted a shave when I took a seat in your chair Why didnt you go to work at once If some of you barbers would cultivate a habit of Inferring from easily ascertained data Instead of developing such wonderful conver- satIonal powers it would bo of mate rial aid in advancing you In your chosen vocation and of expanding your profits Do you comprehend Yes sir replied the man as he be gan to lather the customers face In a dazed sort of way And he never even asked him If he wanted brllllantmc on when the operation was performed EPICURES STUDY HOTELS Then They Go One Place or Another as Fancy Dictates Epicures accustomed to dining In hotels and restaurants study the policy of each fashionable place and readily tell Just why they go to one place or avoid another They have their likes and dislikes aside from actual eating regarding the waiters the music the ventilation and a hundred and one other things a casual visitor would fail to appreciate For instance at one restaurant only single portions are served for one per son At another where tho cooking Is equally good half portions nearly or quite as large us the single portions of other places are served for one per son There was a little dispute at a well known hotel over a mistake In an order of trout and chicken that made a difference of several dollars on a check for a rather simple dinner for two It was settled out of court as It were and quite agreeably but hotel managers regret and try to avoid these mistakes especially when the customer is a regular visitor for they know he never forgets the details of his eating and Is slow to forgive an error Another peculiarity of diners is as to the location of tables Some persons cling to one table and feel aggrieved when they find another in their favor ite seat Restaurant proprietors havo tried to understand this peculiarity of their patrons but have to admit they full to explain ItSt Louis Republic Why Naval Uniforms Are Blue Naval uniforms all the world over pretty well are navy blue The Brit ish fashion in this matter has been the rule with maritime people in general That blue was ever selected for the kings naval service was a fortuitous happening When In 1747 the ques tion of uniform was being considered the color selected had very like to have been French gray laced with sil ver While tho king was still not quite decided he saw the Duchess of Bedford in a riding habit of blue faced with white and enlivened with gold lace It was a revelation Here the king declared was the uniform for his sea service officers and no more was heard of French gray The navy took to blue and every other navy has taker to It since Pall Mall Gazette A Reasonable Translation The teacher was tolling tho class In fourth grade geography about the great seals of the different states using the pictures in the dictionary as the basis of the lesson Pointing to the seal of Virginia she asked Now who can tell me from this picture what should be tho meaning of these Lptln words Sic semper It tyrannls Bobbys hand wont up Al right Bobby you may tell in Take your foot otT my nosh It was Bobbys reply Judge Tit For Tat The Japanese do not like to be called Japs A noted diplomat was traveling from Tokyo to Yokohama when an American In the car leaned ncnm and oaid Say what ese are you Chinese or Japanese Quick as n flash came in excellent English May I inquire what key are you Yankee or monkey Philadel phia Ledger The Eastern Question Paw have you ever been east Yes I spont a year In New York city when I was considerably younger than I am now Well what is the eastern ques tion It The only one 1 ever heard was How much Is ho worth Chicago Tribune Human Nature Tako the case of the fellow in the next block You have always consid ered hIm uppish He has considered you uppish Ono day you arc Introduced and then each of you discovers the other to be a pretty good sort St Paul PioneerPress There arc enough serious things In life without considering yourself one of thtiiw Cvuio Calendar 1VI1V p STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod erate prices Expert tailors employ ed J H HUNSCHE CasperMav CoCanit eltonInd LV H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- t1ARDINSBURO KY theCourtscountLicensetorurtsOfficef IF e it is the surest and safest place you want to have your watchrepaired go t- oT C LEWIS he knows how and does as he knows He has one of the finest collections of beautiful up todate JEWELRY 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 he is glad to welcome you land give you satisfactionT Lewis Home Jeweler Hardinsburg1 Ky L II do ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND No 116 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloveroort 507 AM stops at Irvln ten and West Pointonly arrive at Louisville 725 A M No 112 ally Mati ana hxpnts leaves OJo veryort 1004 A M stops at all way stationsarrives Louisville 1245 p rn Train No 114 Dully fast mall leaves Clo ver port 455 p m stops at all way stations atLoutsvllleHCBTrainILccommoJatioDi WEST BOUND coscmmodatfonleavesstations arrives Evanxvlllo 900 a in expressleavosatHJwesvtlleanaEvansvilleTrain No 113 Mull and JvxprttHs dally ar- rIves Cloverport 740 p m Evansvllle 1030 u tn Stops at all stutloit No I15aaily St Louis fast train leuvesClo erportll 161 P M arrives Evansvllle Ii35 A IJllw6sv1lleOWfrsh betweentoufsvtlhcars and free recllnlnR chair tars on trains 11- 5nnD1 hfiwe n Louisville Fvmisvlllo aud St Louis Fordsville Branch EASTBOUND leavesMnrdsv111e4 niTrain stavesMordsv111apI1 Train No6 Sunday only Fordsviik 7 mWESTTrain No 3 Rally except Sunday leaves rvln ton 11 JOHm Hrlves Fordsville 25UOI Train I i lloy llallVrytan 7C5p nrrvt II tUli II If1 11 n The Publishers ClaimsSustainedUNITED Tho Publishers of Websters International Dictionary KlIlleo that It is in fAC ttheM iu Inoer1detaill the eeadapting it to meet the larger generationWe are of tho opinion that this allegation most clearly and Hucurately deacril ua tilt work that has Iran accomplished und the result thatbas beeu reached Tho lilotlonnry M it now stands has been thoroughly r edited In every detail has boon corrected in every part und is ndtnlrubly adapted to moot tho larger and severer requirements of a generation which demands moro of popular phllologloal knowledge than may generation that tho world basovor contained It is perhaps needless to add that wo refer to tho dictionary in our judicial work as of tho highest authority In accuracy of defini tion j and that in tho future w In the past It will DO the source oJ constant reference JLAvmJ JOHN DAVIS- InANTON J rKEIUIL CLtAw at n UOW1t1adlo 1 The above refers to ITEBSTEIVS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE thohighestnwanl Yrns Riven to tho Interna tlonal ut the Worlds hair St Louis GET THE LATEST AND BEST Iou will be interested n our tpectmen pages sent free GCMERRIAM CO LwlDSttaS t- PUBLISHCRSI VMCTONAKY SPRINGFIELD MASS iSllcsA splendid business stand store house stock of Roods good will etc Annual styles 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles fromwrailroad station on the branch Here withIa small capitall to drop right a good business For further Particul rs write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky ia b THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday ibecription 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 ia advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct pleas usWhen ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1908 dS TO THE SALE OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS I 557a Intoxicating leverage Penalty forselling Wha constitutes sale It shall be unlawful for any one to sell barter or loan directly or indirectly any beverage liquid mixture or decoction af any kind which produces or causes intoxication in any county city town district or precinct in which the sale barter or loan of spirituous vinous and malt liquors is or shall Y be prohibited in accordance with the local option law Any per son who shall sell barter or loan directly or indirectly any sucl beverage liquid mixture or decoction in any such county city town district or precinct shall upon conviction be fluted the sun of not less than twenty nor more than one hundred dollars for each offense and any sale barter or loan of any article with the agreement expressed or implied that the right or title to or possession of any such beverage liquid mixture or decoction shal also pass shall be considered sale barter or loan within the+ terms of this act Dont get worried over this dry spell it is sure to be followed b3 a wet one The campaign hat what is iU A thing of emptiness a vision of neglect Let it pass If Col Bryan could run as well in November as he does in Aug ust and September he would surely win out Our new story Are you reading iti If not go right after it It is good it is interesting from start to finish Get busy There is not a voter but what knows right now how he will vote in November And all the campaign speeches and campaign litera ture will not change him Col Eli Dean over on the Branch says he has corn so tall that he will have to use a ladder to gather it His is only a fair sample of many crops on the Branch We extend our heartiest congratulations to our beloyed friend and honored citizens Mr and Mrs J E Koith who celebrated their golden anniversary of their wedding Monday If your potatoes are rotting dont be in a hurry to dig them The Farm Journal says let them stay in the ground till they get through rotting The cold days will usually put an end to the rot There ought to be more men like Sam Dowell of Irvington in this county He made many a little tot happy last week and some big ones top Wo congratulate you Mr Samuel on your goodwork There are some blind tigers in this town so they say If there arc we want the tigers who have eyes to open them and read some law covering that traffic published at the head of this column It is good rCdin ushWhat are you doing about prosperity Are you doing something yourself to bring it back or are you just watching to catch it when it conies round yourbhands and hold your tongues Dont miss John Dittos dream in this issue To read it makes ono feel he has had a real fox hunt over the hills in old Meade John has some rare experiences with the dogs and horse and he knows well how to cell the story of them fall season is now upon us Lets all get busy doing some thingThe If its only cutting weeds it will help If one man goes to cutting his neighbor will generally follow suit It is just necessary to cut the weeds at the right time as it is the corn or the wheat Our subscription list was never more active Never a week u t passes but what wo add from twenty to twentyfive new namesall cash in advance People like a paper with backbone and the courage of its convictions They like a paper that does what it says it will do One hundred dollar colts eightyfive dollar colts and sixtyfive dollar colts is another sign of prosperity with a big P Weve got em right here in our county and we are going to have more of them too Watch our colts grow and watch them move out at the County 1Fail today and tomorrow We have always said that Cloverport was an ideal summer resort Nov we have proof of it Read what Dr Rittcr says in his letter published in this issue For a teal genuine healthful restful up building of the body and mind spend your summers in this beautiful old town on the banks of the Ohio In Des Moines Mr Bryan talked free trade in Indianapolis sailed into corporations and in Topeka proclaimed the necessity of the gov ernment guarantee of bank deposits Mr Bryan is geographically adjustable at a moments notice and never dismayed when one of his paramount issues blow upGlobe Democrat With a corn crop this year of 27fl7000QOO bushels against 2 1 592000000 bushels in 1907 anda wheat crop of 678000000 bushels a gain of 44000000 bushels over last year bringing the farmers of 4 the country 1920000000 against 1336000000 last year spells prosperity in big letters This means more business for the railroads and the manufacturers more work for the working man at higher tj I I f To the Readers of This Paper Wo have contracted with this newspaper for many columns of advertising space to tell and furnish you each week black on white many good reasons why it will pay you to deal with us We are the oldest department store in Louisville Having been in business for 63 years We buy for cash and in large quantities which enables us to buy cheaper consequently we can sell cheaper Particularly have our buyers closed many advantageous deals this year on account of trade conditions Wo will toll you about these transactions in our future announcementswatch for them r To deal hero does not necessarily mean you must do your shop ping in person although if you do come here you will save more than enough on your purchase to pay your traveling expenses We have however a large mail order department with a corps of ex perienced mail order clerks who fill mail orders to the same satisfacVtion to the purchasers as if they bought the goods in person rI I THE KENTUCKY STATE FAIR which is to be held in our city September 14th to 19th is going to be a great fair everybody i will come to Louisville to see it You do not want to miss it We take this means of inviting you to both the State Fair and to our big store Wo will see that your stay with us will be pleasant and floor attendants will take pleasure in having you shown through our entire establishment J INCORPORATED UN 332338 West Market Street Louisville Ky319 Fourth Avenue f wages and an increased activity in all lines Prosperity is right here Fare you ready for iU There is one thing the farmers of this county are not going tto do with all of their prosperity and goof crops throw their good hard dollars into a campaign fund Nobody but the politician will blame them either They know how to vote and for whom to vote when the time comes It wont require any boodle to get them out either There are many men says the Farm Journal who do not place a true valuation upon their wives until they have lost them and arc obliged to hire only moderately interested housekeepers to whom they must pay real wages Isnt this true Better tip the wife instead of the waiter Let gratitude and appreciation accompany the coin too It pays More lawabiding lawrespecting men in this town should standby Bro Currie in his struggle for law and order It takes a man withcourage and buck bone to do and preach for the upholding of the law and the peace and order in a community Some people say it is none of his business but it isIt is every good citizens business whether preacher or layman to see that the law is upheld The Nashville Christian Advocate in an editorial has this to say regarding Mr Tufts religious views Wo believe with the Advocate that it is politics pure and simple and mighty cheap politics at that Hear the Advocate The editor of the Christian Advocate begs leave to say in answer to multiplying inquiries that he considers the ef fort to make out that Mr Taft is not a Christian because ho is a Uni tarian very cheap politics The Unitarian doctrine is not a very vital one to propagate among sinners but that a man may hold it person ally and at the same time be a Christian of a high typo has been dem onstrated over and over again Wo had not supposed that anybody would even raise a question on such a point Whether or not Mr Taft is a Christian does not turn upon whether he is a Unitarian but upon whether ho is a Christian We have seen no reason to doubt that he is Wo trust that no church people however orthodox will be drawn into a propaganda which is politics pure and simple and which could only result if taken up by them in inury to the cause of religion Our County Fair that is just what it is That is the broad way to put it It is no ono mans fair or set of men It is for the whole people from every section from every hamlet and from every 0 f home word should go out Our County Fair is on today and it is my duty as a citizen of the good old county of Breckenridge to lend my presence to its success A good county fair is an uplift to any county It broadens our views it gets us in touch with better things and better modes of doing things It whets our ambition stimulates our efforts for bettor work makes us happier gets us out of ruts and improves conditions in every way Go to the Fair one day at least and have an outing and a good time Go and shake hands with your neighbor see the fine horses fine cattle line hogs fine chickens and then go home with the determinationif you havent any of these fine thingsto have some for the next fair All these add to our wealth our standing and to our reputation for a andhstock raising people There is not a bit of reason why we shouldnt rank with any county in tho State when it comes to raising stock We have the land tho water and the soil All we have to do is to gett right down to good hard business farming Get rid of the scrubs and instead of two scrub horses cows or hogs get a good one of each goodfairsomethingif 500 a StLouis ReturnVIA Henderson Route r z Tickets on sale for 115 Saturday tho 12th Returning good on any train up to and including all trains Monday Septem ber 14th Train leaves Cloverport at 1106 p m Ask 2Ferry Agent Ji J Jt it he Breckenridge News EDNESDAY SEPT 2 1908 PERSONALAND LOCAL Mr Allen went to Louisville Sunday Joe Fallon was home from Spottsville Sunday Mrs Emma Moredock is visiting in HawesvilleMiss Severs has returned from MorganfieldD who has been ill iis improvingDown notch on boys school suits at Allens Mr and Mrs Thos Tousey went to Louisville Sunday Summer underwear 1 a suit goes at 70 cents at Allens Half rice in mens and womens low cut shoes at Allens Miss Cleona Weatherholt went to Louisville Monday Miss May Lamb is visiting Miss Allie Lamb at Tobinsport Jlr and Mrs O B Mattingly will ilSive soon for Texas Charles OBrien was the guest of Oda Bullock Sunday David Wilson and family have moved to Louisville Out of pictures but have other pres ents with shoes at Allens Richard Hawkins and Chas Hawkins were in the city Saturday Fifty cent light weight underwear goes at 35c a suit at Allens Miss Mamie Gardner will leave this week to enter school in Missouri W J Mason of Cabot went to Hawesville Saturday on business Miss Cecilia Footeof Owensboro is the guest of Mrs V G BabbageI Miss Mildred Still of Owensboro is the guest of Mrs Chas Lightfoot Miss Blanche Baldwin of Owensboro is the guest of Miss Susette Sawyer i Miss Margaret Wroe and little sister Eva Wroe are visiting in Hawesville- A few left Ladies light weight union suits sOc kind goes at 25c at Allens Mrs J M Fitch who has been quite ill the past week is slightly improved- Mr and Mrs James Polk are moving from Tobinsport to Tell City this week Miss Elizabeth Babbage of Louis ville is the guest of Miss Claudie Pate Jt Mr and Mrs Wm Preston entertained at their home Saturday evening Chas Moorman of Versailles was the guest of Miss Marion Bowmer Sun dayMrs Currie and children Mary and Eudailey are visiting her parents at NeboMr and Mrs Alf Henning of Cin cinnati have been visiting at Hawes ville Mrs Lucy Polk will leave Saturday for Chicago to buy her fall milinery stockMr and Mrs Wilbur Gregory of Louisville are the guests of Mrs Tom BohlerMrs Hovious Behen visited Mr and Mrs Conrad Simons of Tobinsport SundayMiss Adelia Martin has returned to s OlasFallon 1 1Miss Mamie DeHaven will attend the fair and will be the guest of Miss Lelia McGaryBargains in Shoes every Saturday at the Shoe StoreConrad Sippel the Shoe Man Mrs Roscoe Burdette of Kites Run leaves this week for a visit to friends at Owensboro 4 Wallace Babbage and Lawrence Mur Vraywere guests of friends at Tobins port Sunday Mrs Lucy Gregory and granddaughter Miss Dorothy Gregory spent Sun day in Tobinsport Dr Forrest Lightfoot H Behen Emeil Nolte and Marion Denton spent Sunday in Louisville Try a pair of Helmers Bettman Eclipse Shoes Sold only by Conrad Sippel the Shoe Man Clinton Loyd of Jacksonville Ill has been visiting his brother James H Allen at Hardinsburg Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky E C Babbage left Monday morning to accept a position with Peaslte Gaul bert Co in Louisville Miss Lula Florence May of Lewis port has been the guest of Misses Ag nita and Mary Joe Mattingly- Dr W N Casper dentist will be here Wednesday and Thursday of every week at Dr Lightfoots office Mrs Lollie White has returned to Fort Worth Texas after spending the summer with Mrs Robt Pierce Paul Haynes of Bluff City who ha been the delightful guest of Mr and Mrs Frank Fraize has returned home Dr J C Bush Dentist will be at Cloverport Monday and Tuesday of each week except wtek followirg4th Monday Mr and Mrs A H Murray enter tained informally a few friends Thurs day evening at their home in the East EndDr J T Owen went to Louisville Monday to see his son Jesse W Owen who is ill at the home of Mrs Sallie MoormanMrand Mrs P J Herrman of Tell City were here Sunday the guests of Mrs Chas Hook They were en route to the fair Mr and Mrs Jas Younger and daughter Eudora spent Sunday at West Point with Mr and Mrs C M McGlothlanAdis one of the best thought of young boys in Cloverport left yes terday for Caseyville for a short visit before school opens Willson Hinkle the worlds champion checker player and Tames Stone J C Duggin and H E Biven were guests of Lou Sahlie Sunday Mr and Mrs Clinton Murray of Rockport have arrived here for a few weeks stay at their farm near the city Mrs Murray is at Tar Springs Mr and Mrs Houston Fairleigh and daughters Emma Graham and Helen arrived from Louisville Monday to visit Mr and Mrs Jno D Babbage Miss Jennie Patterson is at Alton Kansas for her health She arrived there August 21 with her brother R A Patterson whom she will visit Mrs Ella Watlington and son Edgar Lee of Evansville are making their usual summer visit to Mrs Judith Watlington near Stephens portE B Oglesby attended a meeting of the directors of the Breckenridge and Meade County Cooperative Insurance Company which met at Lodiburg Sat urday County Assessor W Ben Taul re turned Monday from a fine visit to his many relatives in Washington county He says crops are looking fine up there An attractive picture of Miss Bettie Marguerite Melone of Louisville ap peared in Saturdays Times She has been the guest of Mr and Mrs john Ridge of this city Miss Mamie Graham has gone to Louisville for a three weeks vacation Miss Graham is the night operator at the Cumberland exchange and is one of the most accommodating young ladies who has ever held a position in that office HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way secondclass colonist fares to the Northwest September 1 to Oc tober 31 1808 inclusive Homeseekers excursion fares to the South Aug 18 Sept 1 and 15 October 6 and 20 November 3 and 17 Decem ber 1 and IL- Kentucky State Fair Louisville September For the above occasion 3 round trip rom Cloverport and return September 12 to 18 inclusive and early train 19th Good to return September 21 Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L Special Tourist Fares Old Point Comfort and Norfolk Re duced fares from Cloverport July 23 30 Aug 6 1320 27 Sept 3 10 17 24 Return limit 40 days from date of sale Low Rates To North 13 75 from ICoverpoi to Omena Pateskey Travers City Mackinaw City Northport Mackinac Island Mich md return Septembr i good to re turn September 30 Called Off The Sunday School convention called to meet at Big Spring next Saturday Sept 5 has been called ofT- by order of the committee ooooo oooooooooooooo The effect of malaria lasts a long time 2 You catch cold easily or become run 0Atip iQi Emulsion a ysystemr ALL DRUGGISTS BOo AND 100eIit oOaIlOIlQIIQIIQIIQUQIIQIIQIIQIIQIlCeOOOOOOOOaeOae o 11itsn1i ts31s9Cs3i na l5nr 1 3+ a e1 S 1 CLOVIERPORTIiQ i IiQ I Hardinsburg I IISeptember 1st 2d and 3d i I Good returning September 4th Ij j Fare 100 for Round Trip All trains discharge and take ontt I passengers at Fair Grounds A t I special train will leave Cloverport I7a m Sept 1and 2and 814 a l W m Sept 3 Train leaves Fair Grounds 5 p m daily No change iQ of cars either dlrectlOnI tssi CA tsSols ta tss ts ls Before and After Ta- kingShorthmnd I I WJJ A young man was drawing 50 a mouth He took a course gjfi at CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS A year later his salary was WJ 1 225 a month 175 monthly INCREASE 2100 in g WJ1 crease the first year The seolctd year he was getting 400 HW a month 4800 a year 4200 yearly INCREASE the fill second year J Get in now Right now You will be wellstarted on your work when the Fall enrollment comes Be graduated at the time when not many are graduating and have just so iYpositionEnroll Clarks School of Business j t 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky m aim I i l I 0 Dyspepsia is Americas curse Bur dock Blood Bitters conquers dyspepsia every time It drives out impurities tones the stomach restores perfect di gestion normal weight and good health Resolutions Cloverport Lodge No 133 F A M Cloverport Ky Aug 3rd 1908 Whereas it has pleased the Grand Master of the Universe to remove from our midst on the 31st day of July our beloved brother John David Gregory Resolved That while we bow in humble submission to the Divine Will we sincerely realize that in his death Masonry has lost a true and faithful member his family a devoted husband and father and the community an honorable and upright citizen Resolved That we extend our ut most sympathy to the bereaved family- in their affliction and commend them into the hands of the Almighty Creator of the Universe who has done all things wellResolved That as a memorial to our departed brother these resolutions be made a part of the records of the Lodge a copy be sent to the Masonic Home Journal and the Breckenridge News for publication And the mem bers of the Lodge wear the badge of mourning for a period of thirty days F D Ferry T R L Oelze I Committee Chas B Skillman J Doans Regulets cure constipation without griping nausea nor any weak ening effect Ask your druggist for them 25 ce ts per box Gallons of Whiskey Awaiting Destuction The enforcement of the prohibition law in Georgia and the raiding of illicit stills has resulted in the accumulation of 3000 gallons of whiskey in the bas ement of the Federal building at Atla nta Revenue officers have confiscated this quantity of liquor and are awaiting final instruction as to its disposal Before the state prohibitory law went into effect it was the policy of the gov ernmel1 t to sell at auction liquors con fiscated by revenue officers Since the enactment of the prohibitory law such a disposal becomes impossible and the probabilities favor that this liquor will be emptied into the Atlanta sewors To Keep Salt Dry To prevent salt in saltcellars from becoming damp and lumpy when filling them put in ten to twelve pieces of rise says Womans Home Companion for September This will not come thro ugh the holes in the cover of the salt cellars bnt will break the lumps of salt and gather the moisture thus the salt is always dry and fine + i A I i WantS i I + FOIL KENT A furnished room in a resl1i convenient to business purt of town und depot Apply at the Newsofllce LOSTSmall black purse containing pass to LocketInitialsMnys Butcher Shop FOR SALESmnll cottage known us the apper House Apply ut Ilrecklnrldg HankWANTEDExclanFe spring wagon foJ a FOR SALEStandard gas encino oil an6 gasoline Breckonrldge News Office OIt KENT Two splendid rooms in the News building suitable for a small business pOH ALEScholarshlp in Bowling Green University Bowling Green Ky Breck enrldgo News LADY WANTEDllonest Industrious wo wanted to Introduce our large line of foreign und domestic dress goods wulstlngs trimmings etc among friends neighbors and townspeople We prefer a woman who has a trade already worked up Should he able to earn sJo or more weekly Dealing dI- rect from the mills our prices are low and patterns exclusive No money required StandargOressGoods FOUSALEAgood work horse Will sell stock C W Elmore Tarfork Ky FAlm YOR SA LE150 acres all fenced1In timber balance In grass This farm adjoins the corporate limits or Brandenburg Any one owning this farm can splendid or write to1M Himlln Brandenburg Iy MO- REWATCHES And better prices on them than you will find at most places Severs Drug Co NOTICE- I have this day sold to John OConnoll the entire Interest of J JJ Gregory my deceased husband In the mercantile business of Vftminnll Acfln The said OPnnnnll tiaaiim lug all the Indebtedness of trio firm hereto fore existing und all persons owing the firm ofOConnell Co will pay same to John OConnell Mrs1 D Gregory Admr NOTICE Notlco Is hereby given that the Columbia Trust Company Assignee of Miller Brick L dlLllySuodLvs1008 and ending September 30th 1003 at the office of said Columbia Trust Company In the Columbia Building LoulsTlllo Ky for the purpose of receiving claims against the estate of said Miller Drlckl Tile Co IMWI UtNfIIW aV4 aUiI ow- IF a I Extraordinary Values French and German IIIn Baby Irishand Torchon Laces Edges I and Insertion to match Scyd Swell lot of HAT VEILS In the New Colors J C NOLTE BRO CLOVERPORT KY WrMNA WMIMAMWM MM1IMAMVMM I I fiB I When in need of Foundry Machine Boiler and Gasoline Boat Work Tin and work Vo carry a full line of Plum bers Supplies Mill Sup plies The best Paints and Floor Finishes Oils Greases Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Order Once a Customer Always One Clover port Foundry Machine Co J seriously tuberculosis of morning Stengle of UE1f1i1 tlEmsaI Best I 11mofit the If usedI meltinthemouth Cadicks isI evIerybody your Flour toIin quantity Cadick Milling CoGranIndiana aIfSj rtBl BJifsmfSm Dont Forget Us Electrical BANK CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 SafeSound and- Conservative accounts receive same careful attention as larger and we appreciate business and in fluence Interest Deposits BANK CLOVERPORT CLOVEPIORT KY J z z Jt Food Laws I Have affected our drinks in any way They wore pure M we had Pure Food Laws M 1before a 1 FORSLEBYi 9i j Cloverport T F Hoyser Weisenborg Noble C L tf m Sippel N II Quiggins W B Oelxe mm j C J Hensel Irvington J Duggins IIarned Mat tingly Bros Kirk N M Crews Co McQuady T G Jjj- w Morgan Stophensport M fI X Carr Bottling and Manufacturing Works 1 i Hawesville Kentucky M Air Mendel Dies Mr George Mendel who has been ill for the past few months of the throat died at 4 30 oclock Monday at his home on Clay street Mr Mendel leaves a wife mother and four sisters and two brothers The sisters are Mrs George Schand Mrs James H Hilton Mrs A and Mrs Yewell Haskins His brothers are Messrs Henry Mendel and Charles Mendell Terre Haute Our Very Flour you havent in past now The rich bread made from before saying grocer and you get any OF = Small the I ones your paid on Time OF t never I ty Co Mr Mendel was employed as a tailor at Schoads tailor shop for fifteen years 1 if Ho was thirtyone years of age MThe funeral will take place at 2 o clock this afternoon Tim services will vv be conducted from the Zion Evangelical church The interment will be at 6 Elmwood Owensboro Enquirer Mrs Mendel has frequently visited Mrs Tom Bohler in this city Mr Men del was here last summerrWm White left Monday for Elkton where he will enter school REMEMBER THE SCHOOL CHILDREN IrvingtonIt is a wellknown fact that a He will travel around the world while the trulh is pulling on its boots And yet men who claim to possess an average amount of brain power alli the while believing they have an un usual amount will let a foolish lie penetrate their gray matter and find lodgement there where it hatches a dozen little lies each one sillier than its parent An old man whose vigor of mind is impaired as well as the vigor of his body is excusable in some measure for getting frightened at fool ish imaginings just as a child would be Not so the young man whosei mental and physical vigor is unimpaired He ought at least to use the reason that nature endowed him with How many men who voted in the recent school election had rend the new school law Row many investigated the truth or falsity of the asertions made many of which could have been reputed by a Careful reading of the law It is so much easies for the average man to allow himself to be swallowed up in the maelstrom of the other fellows vicious ness and ignorance rather than to in vestigate what he tells and thereby find out just how vicious and ignorant he is In other words it is easier for the man who wont use his thinker to believe a lie than to arraign it before the bar of his better judgement Belief comes easier than investigation to many peo ple but not to the men and women who count on the long run This new school law passed by our good legislators is the best Kentucky has ever had The good men in both our great parties who helped to pass it because they had the future of the 050 000 youth of our fair commonwealth on their hearts deserve the thanks of every honest man and woman in our communities Our far seeing Prof Crabb who superintends educational matters in ourstatedeservesour hearty support not less does our own conscicu 4 poorspiritedhold jits support from the winning side because it was not his side Our newly elected district trustees who will form our county board will have no easy time if they are faithful to their trust Their remuneration will but little more than pay traveling expenses and board bill for their trips to the county seat in order to discharge their duties Care ful and intelligent investigation of the needs of the schools in their districts will entail much time and thought Whore and how to use our increased tax to the best advantage so his com munity may get the whole benefit of its + tax will be another problem Our trustees will have plenty to do If they show a disposition to do it honestly and conscientiously in the name of our beloved state whose un enviable position is thirtysecond in the descending scale in educational matters lets help them In the wave of Ken tuckys manhood and womanhood lets help allwe can Fortunately not many of us can leave our children much money lets leave them a rich heritage in the form of good schools and superior educational facilities Mark Twain on Temperance I am a friend of temperance and I want it to succeed but I dont think prohibition is practical The Germans you see prevent it Look at them They have just invented method of making brandy out of sawdust Now what Neuralgia PainsAre the result of an abnormal condition of the more prominent nerve branches caused by con gestion irritation or dis ease If you want to re lieve the pain try Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They often relieve when every Theyleaveaftereffects Just a pleasurable sense of relief Try them 4 have neuralgia headache right over my eyos and I am really afraid that my eyes will burst I also have neuralgia jmln around my heart I have been taking Dr Miles Anti Pain Pllla recently and find they relieve these troubles quickly I seldom find It necessary to take more than two tablets for complete relief MRS KATHERINE BARTON 1117 Valley St Carthage Mo I havo awful spells of neuralgia road have doctored a great deal with out getting much benefit For tho I last two years I have been taking Dr Mlles An tl Pain Pills and thoayII always relieve me I have been so I bad with neuralgia that I sometimes thought I would go crazy SometimesI I It is necessary to take two of them J but never more and they are sure to relieve me MRS TERRIER+ 2434 Lynn St Lincoln Neb I Your drugolot sells Dr Miles Anti I Pain Pills and we authorize him to return the price of first package only I t1tItIt falls to benefit you 1 Miles Medical Co Elkhart1OOI I t c f These Bad Pains which lIve yon such exquisite suffeHng every month are caused is you know by female trouble Relief seldom or never comet of Itself It Is necessary to cure the cause la order to stop the pains and this can only be done if you will take a specific female remedy that acts directly on the womanly organs WINE OF CARDUIWOMANS ICardui did wonders for me writes Mrs H C Larson of Olds la I had female trouble for 8 years I bad displacement which Increased my suffering the doc tor could only relieve me at times Now I am so much better I hardly know when my time begins or when It ends At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating age and describing symp DeptTheChattanooga Tenn E Sa chance will prohibition have when aI man can take a rip saw and go out and get drunk with a fence rail What is the good of prohibition if a man is able to make brandy out of the shingles on his roof or if he can get the delirium tremens by drinking the legs off the kitchen chairs Have You A Baby Then watch it closely And above allI things dont let it suffer for any length of time withwormsthat is fatal If its complexion gets yellow and pastyif it is listless cross or peevishgets thinI suffers with flatulence give it Whites Vermifuge The only cure that never fails and has no badeffects Sold by A R Fisher I Hopeless Yet Hopeful I Let me kiss those tears away heI begged tenderly She fell in his armsI and he was busy for the next few min utes And yet the tears flowed on Can J nothing stop them he asked breathlessly sad No She murmured its hay fever you know But go on with the treat j ment Detroit NewTribuneI lloppity HopIAre you just barely getting around by the aid of crutches or a cane Unless you have lost a limb or have a deformity if your trouble is rheumatism lumba go sprain stiff joints or anything of like nature use Ballards Snow Liniment and in no time you can throwaway I your crutches and be as well as any one Price 25c 50c and 100lIj Sold by A R Fisher I She Was Deliberate- It Is said that Dinah Mulock CralkII the famous author of John Halifax j Gentleman made a habit of leaving at her bank the manuscript of each of her stories as soon as It was completed I It would remain there perhaps six months find then she would call for ItII and see how the story affected her after that lapse of time If It pleased I her the manuscript was sent to tbeff publisher Otherwise It was rewritten I or thrown nway I 9 Ear Wagging Only animals with long and drooping oars are able to wag them A rabbit for Instance can do what It likes with I Its OAr dropping ono or both and laying them flat along Its back when dashing through thick cover rImes I are still more brisk In oar movements But short oared boasts like weasels and stoats are unable to wag their 1 oars In any degree although they have enough ear to wag If they had the power i Accurate See here landlord said an angry tenant after he had signed the contract 1 for a year this house Is full of sewer 1 gasYes thats what I told you Told me Yes You asked me If there wasII las In every room and I said there wasLondon Answers Mme de Struves Wit Secretary BlaIne had saId of Mme de Struvo that she was the brightest I t everybody t verdict Her knowledge of English was remarkable even for a Russian and her snlllos were famous For instance I the day when Secretary Bay ard was made head of the American diplomatic service his daughter Miss Kate Bayd said laughingly to n j young secretary of legation nememII ber I nin now daughter of your chief1 to which came quick as n flash the lipsOh j I chletJArmyI and Navy Life 1 SIX GREAT DAYS AT THE KENTUCKY STATE FAIR The Special Days program has been announced with Fred W Kcskor President of the Louisville Commercial Club as general chairman of tho Special Days committee The first day will be known as Governors Day and School Childrens Day It will mark the dedication of the new 100000 Live Stock Pavilion which Is now nearing completion and which when finished will be by far the greater- exhibition t hall In America It is building which will reflect credit not only to the management of the State Fair but to the slate Itself The ceremonies will include an address by Governor Wlllson and In all probability a number of other distinguished speakers will be present on that occasion School children will be admitted that day for 10 cents and Prof H C Mc Kee President of the Kentucky State Educational Association who is chair man of the first days program Is en deavoring to get out the largest at tendance of chlldre ever seen on a fairground in a single JaY Tuesday Sept 15th will be College Day and Fraternal Day Prof F Paul Anderson of the State University ai Lexington is chairman and Charles B Norton of Louisville vice chairman yeIllowattendance of college students than- usual fc f T I1is pecte and Proto Anderson is actively working for large delega tions from all the various collegiate Institutions In the state All the fra ternal organizations of Louisville and other cities and towns of the state are Invited to Join In an effort to make this one of the biggest days of tho Fair On this day the Judging in all departments will begin Horse and cattle awards will be made in the new show pavilion while all other live jj stock poultry and other departments will be Judged in arenas especially prepared for that purpose Wednesday Sept 16th will be Lou isville Day and Southern Indiana Day Mayor James F Grinstead of Louisville will be chairman and Jacob Best mayor of New Albany and E N Flynn mayor of Jeffersonville rice chairmen The mayors of all three cities will issue a half holiday procla mation In addition to the many at tractive horse rings Jack stock Hereford and Angus cattle Ayreshlre cattle DurockJersey and Chester White Swine Hampshire Cotswold and American Merino sheep will be judged Thursday always the largest In at tendance of the week will be known as Kentucky Day and Press Day On no single day or event In the year are so many Kentuckians from all sections of the state assembled together Mr Tim Needham WillIams town Ky president of the Kentucky Press Association Is chairman for that day and has named for his associates a number of the most wideawake young newspaper men of tho state and If plans do not miscarry It will prove a genuine reunion of the quillpushers Governor Wlllson will call a meet ing of all persons interested In good roads In Kentucky on this day at the State Fair Every city commercial club and fiscal court In the state will be Invited to send delegates and it Is expected to here organize a permanent Good Roads Association In Kentucky The question of securing the adoption by the people In 1909 of the Bosworth good roads amendment to the Consti tution will be discussed With low railroad rates and the State Fair at tractions It Is thought a recordbreak ing crowd of good road advocates w111I be on hand Friday Sept 18th has been desig nated as Equity Day and Grange Day J Campbell Cantrlll of Georgetown Ky president of the Kentucky Dranoh American Society of Equity has been named as chairman and F P Wolcott of Covington Ky Master of the Ken tucky State Grange vice chairman Arrangements are being made for an Immense parade of the members of theISociety of Equity composed of the many tobacco growers In both the dark patch and burley districts through the streets of Louisville that day This powerful organization as slated by that noble band of true and enlightened farmers known as the Pat rons of Husbandry are uniting their efforts and walking shoulder to shoul der In this move and propose to make It an event of farreaching Importance and magnitude to the Kentucky farm or Miss Alice Loyd the daughter of the Society of Equity will deliver an address The Judging In all departments except horses will be concluded this day and In the afternoon there will be a grand parade of all the prize- wInners horses mules Jacks and cattle In tho Livestock Pavilion with rib bons attached and animals placed In the order the awards were made Saturday the last day will be Ev erybodys Day Anyone not classed under any other day will certainly be Included in this Fairs TimeKeepers of Progress President McKInley In his last speech made upon the grounds of the Buffalo Exposition said among otherI things Fairs and Expositions are the timepieces which mark the progress of nations and every fair great or small has helped In some onward progress The Kentucky broader of livestock cannot bring his stock before the pubI lie attention better than by taking a premium at the Kentucky State Fair For catalogue entry blanks or other Information write J W Newman Sec rotary 320 Paul Jones Building Louis Trills Ky f I The aOf Hairdinsburg and Trust Company 1 B F BEARDPresident M pII ARDCashier PAUL COMPTON Cashiera per cent on time no more Three per cent is as much as ffPays1 banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed bank can afford to pay oJ Louisville Evansville Packet Co INCOHPO RATED PASSENGER RATES REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 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 ffces 154 to 158 Fourth street Louis ville Ky T L BENNETT G F IX P A OEO WILSONlSupt Just a little Cascasweet is all that is necessary to give your baby when it is cross and peevish Cascasweet contains no opiates nor harmful drugs and is highly recommended by mothers every where Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drugs Law Sold byall druggists Crime And The Yellow Press In recent mouths the baud of daring Paris criminals the Apaches have committed so mauy bold and terrible crimes that the authorities have resolv ed to capture them at all cost The first step decided on in the suppression ofI the band is interesting it is an order the police that they shall refuse to sup ply the sensational French newspapers with pictures of criminals or to permit the photographing of rooms where crimes were committed or of the bodies ofvictims in murder cases The police of every city know that many crimes arc the result of suggest ion and the most fruitful source of sug gestion is the yellow journal which makes the criminal a hero and devotes columns to a detailed narrative of some horrible murder The man who has committed the evil deed at once be comes a hero in the eyes of his associate and many others are encouraged to im itate him and thus become famous themselves The Paris authorities are the first to enforce a rule which should he effec tive in every city Photographic reproduction of room with the furniture disa rranged the walls bloodstained and a crops showing where the body lay and even worse the photograph of the dead bodies of murder victims have no place in reputable newspapers under any circumstances to print them ac companied by narratives which present the criminal as a hero and represent the police as blundering and incompet cut is to encourage crime Chicago Evening as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor druggists In sample 1 and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble has become so prevalent 1 1that It is uncommon a child to be born1 kld1neys urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age vhen It should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of unpleasanttroublekidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot is soon realized It is sold by fifty Ssizesbottle by mall not f SrampRootIngthousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer k Co Binghamton N Y be sure and nentlon this paper Dont makolany mistake but remember th name SwampRoot Dri Kilmers Root and the address BinghamtonSwampI I oO Avery bottln i Capital 50000 Surplus 5000 DIRECTORS Eskridge Richardson Kincheloe Robertson deposits Pes- tWomen s W II BOVTUER President A B SKILIJUN Cashier F L LioiiTFoox Vlce resldent CHAS SKILLMAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGE BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and 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The Home Do you want a few beautiful and in expensive pIctures with wbichto decorate your home You will surely find what you want in the illustrate i catalogue Published by the N Department of the Judge Company 225 Fifth Avenue New York An excellent picture for the money is Unrequited Lovea ba y and a dog which does not return the formers affection This 8 x 11 sepia print FY Cory costs only twentyfive cents The larger pictures cost a trifle more but each one is a bargain The catalogue Is more than worth the slight charge of 8 cents asked for postage DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is recommended as the best thing to use for piles It is of course good for anything where a salve is needed Beware pf imitations Sold by all druggists i Mrs GY Crawford and daughter Minnie Shelby Miss are visiting her brother W R Cummings and sister Mrs Frank Wilson They will also visit relatives at Millwood Clover port and Owensboro before returning home Leitchfield Courier Q Morris G W Beard D S Dr A M C V B F Beard latest on I Tho most centrally located only Ifirstclass hotel In time Only one block from the principal and blocks the principal theatres IStreet cars pass tbedoor to all of the I r Ti7JTJw lines to in by of ard two SEEDSlUCKEEES SEEDSSUCC- EEDISPECIAL OFFERMade to build New BailntM A trial will 1 make you our permanent customer n PrIze Collection iii4bbiTTarietleittit Leiaklnda Trtee YuletickieaGUAaRAItTEED Write today Mention this Paper SEND 10 CENTS Yaiuab1oeo1loclOIIIiutrnctlre HeautinlSeed end Plant nook rtCLn wsgBoelsreaDiLL A Selfhelp Advocate So you will contribute nothing to our campaign fund said the discouraged collectorNoting whatever answered Mr Dustin Stax A candidate nowadaysA should be sufficiently popular to make his magazine articles and copyright z campaignfundsWastiington r rBLDINGGOODG ROADS Highvay Expert Tells Why the Government Should Help I HAS THE RIGHT AND ABILITY Secretary of Farmers Good Roads r League Points Out How States Can Be Helped by Bond Issue Definite Conclusions pn Construction Methods H II Gross secretary of the Farm ers Good Roads league has written as follows from Chicago to the editor of the New York Tribune on the subject of building improved highways Should the federal government by a bond issue assist the states to build public roads It so to what extent The answers to the above questions Involve the consideration of several things first the right of the govern mont to do so the need of Jf its ability and last whether it is a wise policy to adopt In the brief space available wo must assume the necessity for good roads that their condition affects mar ket conditions and thus concerns all tho people that bad roads are pro ductive of a great and preventable waste that amounts to several dollars n jwrsqn a year that one of the great eat needs for the social and economic development and welfare of all the people Is good roads As to tho right or power of the fed oral government to build or assist to build highways section 8 of article 1 of tho constitution suys among other thingsCongress shall have power to establish postofficea and post roads More than 40 per cent of all the highways and most of tho main roads are used for rural mall delivery and so are postroads In the meaning of tho consti tution President Monroe In a mes sage to congress May 4 1802 says In whatever sense the term establish M applied to poatofllces It must be ape plied In the same sense to post roads Cooley in his book on constitutional law says Every road within a state Including railroads canals turnpikes and navigable streams existing or created within a state became a post road whenevor by action of the postofllco department pro vision Is made for tho transportation of the malls upon or over it The above is deemed sufficient to show the government has the unques tionable right to improve highways used for rural mail delivery Article 1 section 8 clause 1 provides In part The congress shall havo power to lay and collect taxes duties Imports and excises to pay tho debts and provide for the common defense and general wol tare of the United States Is not highway Improvement for the general welfare On March 14 1818 tho house of rep resentatives passed the following reso IfiUon Resolved That congress has power un der tho constitution to appropriate money for the construction of post roads military and other roads and of canals and for tho improvement of waterways Among the early statesmen who held that the federal government had ample power to build roads were Jefferson Madison Clay Webster Calhoun and othersThe government has expended mil lions on the old Cumberland road and a number of military roads establish ing a precedent The public roads of nearly every civilized country In the world have been built In whole or in part by Its general government It Is the only plan that has ever succeeded It Is the world precedent- As to the need for better highways no argument is necessary The gen eral government is expending 35000 000 a year on rural delivery Accord- Ing to Senator Bankhcad of Alabama tho postofflco department estimates that uniformly good roads would mean longer routes more regular service and a saving of 20 per cent In the cost Thus the loss to the postofflco depart ment due to bad roads is now 7000 000 a year and is Increasing as the service Is extended It will soon reach 10000000 a year While bad roads en taU a loss to the mall service of 7 000000 to 10000000 a year the loss to the farmers and consumers of farm produce cannot be less than twenty times as much Si Ito the ability of the federal gov ernment to assist la building good roads how better can wo judge this than by comparing the debt per capita of our country with the leading nations of the world that have built good roads and found It paid to do so The per capita debt of Germany ac cording to the Chicago Dally News Al manac and Year Book for 1003 is 40 England 3383 Italy 82 Spain 08 France 144 and the United States 1111 The amount of annual Inter est charge to be met by a citizen of Germany Is 2 France 005 England 347 United States 20 cents The panic of 1007 was occasioned largely by the enormous demand for currency to move the crops Why need the crops be moved with such haste and at such great Inconvenience to the railways and so completely drain the cities Of money as to cause R panic and the loss of many millions 3ho farmer knew the winter and bad toad season was approaching and that If ho didnt get his ctops off before the roads broke up bl+ didnt know bow long the embargo of bad roads would prevent him from doing so Another factor was the Insufficient amount of government bonds to servo as the basis of national bank circula tion As no bonds were available the banks could not Increase their circula- tionv as they would havo been glad Sj9V do and which would have immedl ai ely relieved the financial strain The I country needs good roads and It needs a larger debt strange as that may w This woman says that sick women should not fail to try Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound as she did Mrs A Gregory of 2355 Lawrence St Denver Col writes to Mrs PinkhamI practically an invalid for six years on account of female troubles I underwent an operation by tho doctors advice but in a few months I was worse than before A friend ad vised Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound and it restored me to perfect health such as I have not enjoyed in many years Any woman suffering as I did with backache bearingdown pains and periodic pains should notfail to use Lydia E Finkhams Vegetable CompoundFACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills and has positively cured thousands ol women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulcera tion fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear fagdown feeling flatulenoy indies tion dizziness ornervous prostration Why dont you try it Mrs Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Dian sound Oat of this dilemma the way Is easyIf federal government was to Issue as needed 400000000 of 2 per cent thirty to fifty year bonds to aid In road building It would carry the na tional debt up from 1111 to 1555 and the interest charge from 20 to 39 cents per capita The debt per capita then would be almost exactly where it was ten years ago It would require 8000000 a year to pay the Interest on the bonds but eVe ery dollar of It would be saved upon the one Item of rural delivery Of the 2100000 miles of highways about 000000 miles are post roads and about 800000 of these are unimproved The 400000000 for national aid would give about 500 a mile or about 25 per cent of the average cost of building hard roads upon these high ways After ten years of study of road building at homo and abroad the writer has reached the following definite con clusionsFirst That It wo are to havo good roads within a generation tho federal government must assist In building them SecondThat the government contribu tion be pro rated among the states as tho work Is done on the basis of onehalf tho gross sum upon tho full road mileage of the stato and onehalf upon the basis of population The plan works out fairly to all the states This plan would make available out of J 100000000 approximately J2SOOOOOO for Now York J26000000 for Pennsylvania 22000000 for Illinois 18 000000 for Ohio 13000000 for Michigan etcThlldThat the actual construction of the roads should be done under state su pervision upon specifications approved by the United States government engineers Fourth That the initiative should be left with the respective townships road districts or parishes these to furnish at least onethird of the total cost with the state clothed with power to veto any im provement If of Insufficient Importance This power would probably be seldom if ever used It may bo assumed If the road was not a main highway and needed the people of a township would not vote to build It when they had to ralso at least onethird of tho money required to do so FlfthThot If this country is to fulfill Its high destiny and meet the require ments placed upon It by Its wealth posi tion and Its opportunity good roads are a paramount necessity and to get them speedily requires both federal and state aid to hearten the people to undertake this great work Good roads will do more for tho educational social and economic dovelopment of the whole country than any other single agency When you have a cold you may be sure that it has been caused directly by constipation and consequently you must first of all take something to move the bowels This is what has made Ken nedys Laxative Cough Syrup so suc cessful and so generally demanded It does not constipate like most of the old fashioned cough cures but on the other hand it gently moves the bowels and at the same time heals irritation and allays inflammation of the throat Sold by all druggists Mr Bryans platform is mild enough It becomes alarming only when he stands ou itprovidence Bulletin A Paying Investment Mr John White of 38 Highland Ave Houltiu Maine saysuHav been troubled with a cough every winter and spring Last winter I tried many advertised remedies but the cough contin ued until I bought a sac bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery before that was half gone the cough was all gone This winter the same happy result has fol lowed a few doses once more banished the annual cough I am now convinced that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best of all cough and lung remedies Sold under guarantee at Severs drug store BOc and 100 Trial bottle free w Wasting Nothing With little trouble and expense a good supply and variety of jams and spiced fruit can be kept on hand by using the small amounts of fruit which are not worthsending to marit or taking much time to preserve but which often could be cooked while one is getting a uital When a Jelly glass is emptied wash it and the top and put them away Then when some fruit is left over cook i fill the glass melt the paraffin and pour over Even the loose grapes which fall off the iLunches and are not fit to put on the table might make a glass of marmalade or spiced grapes The thick spicy syrup that is left when the pick led peaches are taken out of it can have some quartered a pies or pears stewed in it and served again as are lish with meats A few apples even imperfect ones cut up leaving the skin on and the sound cores stewed with a little water then turned into a clean salt bag and hung to drain over night may make enough juice for a glass or two of nice apple jelly If boiled up a few minutes with half its amount of sugar black berries make delicious jelly and a few left from a meal can be saved the same way or if stewed would some day make a good pie when you have a little crust on hand for if kept in a cold place piecrust improves with age even lor- a week or two so it pays to make more than you want to use one day Variety in meals is essential to their proper digestion and assimilation and can he provided by making use of the different materials at hand and not wasting anythingFarm Journal DeWitts Little Early Risersare small pills easy to take gentle and sure Sold by all druggists FAIR REPRESENTATIVESAT Bewleyvillel Hiwesville and Evan sville took the lead in having the largest numbers of representatives They were excellent folks and Clove port felt proud to entertain them Quite a number of city folks were in attendance from Louisvillei Kcdol will without doubt make your stomach strong and will almost instant- lyI relieve you of all the symptoms of indigestion It will do this because iit is made up of the natural digestive juices of the stomach so combined that it completely digests thefood just as the stomach will do it so you see Kodol cant fail to help you promptly It Is cold hero by all druggists The Spirit of Lincoln They say that the spirit of Abraham Lincoln is dead in the City of Springfield his old home Yet there was a bright spark of it there yesterday- In the meeting of the Springfield bus iness men to demand the proper protec lion of life and liberty in the community a most unworthy note at first was struck The protest against off ring this protection to citizens Withou regard to nationality and color was so unLincoln like as to bring with iit a fresh shock But it was promptly net Senator Logan Hay told the meeting that he had put the phrase into the resolution and that it ought to stay there And the meeting thundered its applauseJohn was Lincolns friend and con fidential secretary Logan Hay is log- Hays nephew The transmission of the Lincoln spirit was about as direct as could be expected after fifty years Chicago Evening Post For any pain from top to toe from any cause apply Dr Thomas Electric oil Pain cant stay where it is used THE PILLORY Titus Oates and Daniel Defoe Both Suffered In It In tho year 1837 the British parliament passed an act that put an end to punishment by pillory Previous to tho conquest this particular instrumentt of correction was In use in England and went by the name of the stretch neck It consisted of a wooden frame erected on a stool in which were three holes for the head and arms For days together offenders against the common law were thus exposed to public view From historic accounts it ap pears that this particular form of pun ishment was meted out to those con victed of frauds of every description not only in England but In nearly every country In Europe In the days of the star chamber when religious feeling ran high the pillory was the ordinary punishment meted out to those who offended against the church In 1G85 Titus Gates was sentenced to be pilloried for five days In every year during the rest of his life Another famous sufferer was Daniel Defoe the author of Robinson Crusoe who stood for three days In the pillory 1In Chcapslde It happened on occasions that the offender died while under going his sentence During the time ot exposure the condemned man was not allowed to receive food of any sort or description The last occasion on which a pillory sentence was passed was In 1814London Globe A KINGS HOBBY Tho Mania of Frederick William I For Collecting Giants Of all the manias that afflict mankind the most ancient and curious Is probably that for collecting The vie tims collect pretty nearly everything from books to shoe buckles and from pots to postage stamps but giant collecting was the hobby of Frederick William I king of Prussia Nature designed him for a recruit- Ing officer destiny made him n mon arch All were fish who came to his net Saxons Austrians Hessians Turks Swedes Englishmen Irishmen Africans provided they were at least two yards long Some of his specimens were seven feet long Now and then he obtained one still more pro dlglousThe Saxon cabinet minister Wack erbarth foreseeing the possible advantages of standing well with so near a neighbor in 1715 dispatched to Ber lin a recognition of his Prussian maj estys birthday Aug 14 no less flat tering than unique since It consisted of a large bundle of tobacco leaves two handsome Turkish pipes and n bagful of fragrant Latakia all com I mitted to the hands of seven foot pas sengers with a missive imploring the kings gracious acceptance of these trifles and the Cupid who bore them It Louis PostDispatch HIDDEN DANGERS Nature Gives Timely Warnings That No Cloverport Citizen Can Afford To Ignore DANGER SIGNAL NO 1 comes from the kidney secretions They will warn you when the kidneys are sick Well kidneys excrete a clear amber fluid Sick kidneys send out a thin pale and foamy or a thickred ill smelling uripe full of sediment and irregular of passage DANGER SIGNAL NO 2 comes from the back Bark pains dull and heavy or sharp and acute tell you of sick kid neys and warn you of th approach of dropsy diabetes and Brights disease Deans Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys and cure them permanently Heres Cloverport proof William Johnson Cloverport Ky says Doans Kidney Pills in my case proved to he a very reliable remedy and- I have no hesitancy in recomuieudinj them For six years my kidneys troubled me The secretions were much too frequent in ction and when to stand contained a sediment I was forced to rise several times during th night and as a result my rest wass greatly disturbed My back ached saw erely particularly at night and in the morning I would be so lame and sore that I could scarcely get around When ever I contracted the slightest cold iitt settled on my kidneys and made my suffering more intense Doans Kidne Pills procured at Fishers drug store have given me great relief from these troubles and I can give them my en dorsement knowing them to be a vet reliable remedy to For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo Unitenj StatesRemember the aanteDoansand take no other A Smile From a Stranger Most of us owe debts of gratitude to strangers whose kindly smile has sent sunshine into our aching hearts and has given us courage when wo were disheartenedIt thing to go through lift with a smiling face It costs little but who can ever estimate Its value Think how the pleasure of lifo would be increased If we met smiling faces everywhere faces which radiate hope sunshine and cheer What a joy It would be to travel In a gallery of llv Ing pictures radiating hopo and cour agel Who can estimate what beautiful smiling faces mean to the wretched and the downcast those whoso lift burdens are crushing them Many of us carry precious memories of smiling faces which we glimpse but once but whose sweet upllftinj expression will remain with us forever Success Magazine They Take The Kinks Out I have used Dr Kings New Lif Pills for many years with increasiuj satisfaction They take the kinks ou of stomach liver and bowels withou fuss or friction says N H Brown o Pittsfield Vt Guaranteed satisfactory y at Severs drug store 250 fiR l fiIBSI itStatement of Condition of The I j Two States Bank I r I Stephensport Ky at the Close of Business June 30 1908 INilJUIi Resources rB Loans and Discounts 73596 63 Cash in Safe 87t4 81 li Cash in other Banks 4962 N Banking House and Lot 502 89 Furniture and Fixtures 1557 12 Current Expenses Last tmi Six Months 959 53 ITotal eo eo 90323 72 LIabilitiesI StockJ5OOO II Undivided Profits 3195 09 Amount Deposi 4- 5Total90323 I72 I We have passed the fifth in our existence During 1 time we have grown from a small beginning to a large and prosperous t1 business have endeavored to keep abreast of the times provid tJM ing for our depositors every safeguard known to their protection and eit security funds are guarded by a modern and I proof and insurance is carried to cover losses by either bur fireIWe pay 4 per cent iuterest on time deposits Ior than any other bank in Breckenridge county pays gm We believe in paying our patrons all we can for the use of their I money The late disasterous bank failures have demonstrated that it is not the oldest and largest bank that is the safest We take this opportunity to thank outs customers whose patronage has helped to make this the largest and best statement in our five years of business tfm Respectfully IJNOS ADAIR Cashier 1 SlJ 1J Real Estate Department Do you want la b 1 a farm or businees f If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interested in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and us introduce you to the man who has the property you are looking for We recommend the following properties as being productive rand fair in price Do You to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno D Babbaae aTwo room cottage on Murray Avenue i Well locates Kent for 15 per month 1 7tf 155 acres on lurdlnsburg and r OU Nulls of Slaking road 2 miles from Sample Improvements dwellin and a Rood big barn SO acres In oak and beech timber The oak timber Is Rood tie timber Beech never been worked Timber can be hauled either by water or rail Limestone land both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco und fruit Plenty Rood water year round Terms one third cash balance In easy payments COH SALEA splendid stand for a druggist land physician In a Rood town surrounded by Rood prosperous farmers This Is Just the place for some young physician to step Into a Rood practice und a Rood drug business An old established physician wants to retire Is the reason for selling Nor further partic ulars address JNO V BABBAOE Clover dport Ky C7 OCfl 352 pores on Hurdlnsburg and milesefrom Sample Improvements two onestory dwellings three big barnull halt house unit blacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acre under cultivation and pasture 222 acres lu timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all Rood size Plenty of Rood the your round Onethird cash and Rood easy terms on balance CAfin w acres situated 1H tulles from 4 OUU Holt Joins Gabe Pierce Ridge land In Rood shape Rood fenclUR one good dwel barnyThis U tobacco wheat mid curl lund 80 micros III timber white oak sugar tree and i beech balance cleared Plenty of Rood fruit Good road t Stephen port 2H miles and road to Hol lH Thlsfarm Is not worn timeyform for u man with a small family our Be For W Hand My the fair says am his hand her that ho Isnt like that man who never lets his hand know what his left hand does Capital 00 Surplus Fu ndeo 777 18 Due tors I r krr milestone that We Our burglary safe robbery let very Want water Rood Rood wiles said 800 Cloverpornnd rgImIfeetandorcbardSOOacresInKrassbalanceTwoneverGoodlimestone Onethirdcash 850 72 acre farm 444 miles from Olo Bowhugsmalldwo11lntshenhousesulphurspringwoods acres in 20000 of in HHX1 sold at 8 id and On six acres of the wood land there are farmfortimber at 350 10 acres In wheat This Is Rood bargain for some man who wants sWill farm FOB SALKA farm ontlltnlntl5Oucrosand under fence nice cf five 15 rooms two walled cellar with store room over It two good stock burns one tenant houvu about apple and trees also pears quit ees und apricots most all kinds of small fruits Including nice vlnyard of grapes 200 UITOS lilt Irwce In woods IKS acre In grass severaMgroves of black locust fcuilldent for posts to wire the whole farm In It lies near Bkron on 11 St L It U price f5000 on Lung and easy payments rKENTUCKY BIGGEST SHOW1 It SEPT1415161718191906-I SIX BIG DAYS DAILY ACES 25000 IN PREMIUMS BBES BAND SIDE SHOWS FIv AITRACION Here is place to display your live stock and farm products to meet your friends and to combine amusement with information Show every day rain or shine in new 100000 Live Stock Pavilion one of the quarter of a million to visit this years Fair LOW RAILROAD RATES Information entry bionics or catalog address J NEWMAN Secretary X Louisville Ky t I IHisRight husband bride t I right t I hope rejoined mother I right Chicago News + 4 71351 ry 1 1 I I 7 orchard liaised pounds tobacco it t valued a a b A cotcupo cisterns a u 5t 0 peach a choicest loured L I Is I Lt I 20 the l I I I I I VvEnter School The Western Normal of Bowling Green offers young people desiring an education unexcelled advantages Catalog giving full information free Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky OLIF7TflE ffIGff JGRADE C01G RCIAISCl lleILG OF THE COlNMERCIAL BRANCHES lNClfOlNG TELEGRAPfIYARETAUGHL EAUTIFUt pTAIOGUES I FREEYCR1iE J 0 1f i t- f IRVINGTON CITY Y LIVE NEWS Ik t Biief Personals About Folks And Social Entertainments During Last Week MANY FOLKS MENTIONED Roy Bland of Carlisle Ind came Friday for an indefinite visit to his grandparents Mr and Mrs Milton LockardMrs Turner and daughter Miss Lelia Turner left for Louisville Satur day after boing the guests of Mm Wm Cornwall for some time Mr and Mrs George Lyddan accom panied by Mrs W R Phillips and Mrs L I Parrott are spending this week at tending the Fair The ice cream supper given under the auspices of the Ladies Missionary Society of the Baptist church on last Tuesday evening was quite a successful affair and was largely attended by the good citizens of our little city The proceeds amoucted to f28 25 clear of all the ex pensesMrs Bell Beuere of St Louis arriv ed Friday for a short visit to Mr and Mrs John R Wimp Mrs A Lehmann of Louisville Prison Evangelist of the Central Howard Association gave a splendid talk to the ladies at the Presbyterian church on Sunday afternoon Mrs Delia Waltrip and daughter Mrs J B Harl of Owensboro came Thursday for a weeks stay the guests of Rev and Mrs E W Graves Miss Crockran of Eminence Ky spent Wednesday the guest of Mrs W J Plggott and was here in the interest of the private school Mr J W Biggs left Sunday for a six months trip for the Cunningham tiros1 of St Louis Mrs Rufas Cain arrived Thursday from Indianapolis Indiana to be the guest of Mrs L E Henderson this weekThe public school will open on Mon day Sept 14 with Miss Carl Whitting hill of Glendeane as principal and Mr Massie of McDaniels as assistant C L Chamberlain is having erected on his place a fine stock barn about SOx 200 ft SpringateBellSpradlin to have the contract and it will be complet ed in time for the hay market Rev and Mrs James T Lewis and children ol Cloverport are visitors of friends and relatives at this place Mr Elliott Moorman of Glendaane was the guest of Miss Nellie Smith and visitor Miss Ethel Williams last Fri day Mrs Fred Howard has returned to Louisville after spending severalweeks at Basin Springs with Mrs John Nevitt Mrs L Parroit and two daughter arrived Thursday from Sumpter South Carolina for a ten days visit to Mrs George Lyddan Mrs Nannie Wathen has returned from a months sojourn in the mountains on a business trip Messrs Harl and Edgar Bennett Hillard Biggs and Joe Lewis of Owens born have returned from Falls of Rough where they spent several days ona fishing party Mrs T R Ely the and children are attending the Breckenridge Fair and are the guests of Mr and Mrs Shell man Mr and Mrs Morris Gilbert and son of Paducah arrived Tuesday for a visit to Mrs Dave Henrv Miss Ella James who has been spend ing several days at Oakland the guest of the Misses Mudd has returned to LouisvilleG has returned front the Elizabethtown Fair Miss Ellen Dowell of Garfield is the guest of Mrs Taylor Dowell for several daysIOne of the most enjoyable social events of the week was the meeting of the Presbyterian Sunday School with I its superintendent Mr S C Dowell at his elegant country home Saturday afternoon from three until six oclock Nearly every member of the Sunday school with several visitors were present making eightytwo guests in all Ice watery melons were served Good music also occasiQnjAtimpressivelyIMiss Evelyn Herndon left Sunday for Louisville to be the guest of Miss May Tydings Mr J FClaycomb who was operat ed on at St Josephs Infirmary is con valescent and has been removed to his home in this city He was accompani ed by his wife who was with him dur ing his illness 1 Itching bleeding protruding or blind t piles yield to Doans Ointment Chronic 1Gases soon relieved finally cured Druggists all sell it Io BEWLEYVILLE ITEMS Newsy Letter From the DelightfulI Little Town in Breck i I enridge Mrs Fletcher Blanford and children who have been spending the summer at Fair Lawn have returned to their home at Lebanon Ky Several from this place are attending the fair Hardinsburg this week Miss Clarice Buhrman of Hagers town Md and Misses Allie Combs and Bevie Cain of Hindman Ky who have been spending the past monthI with friends and relatives here leave this week for their respective homes They expect to go by boat as far as CincinnatiMr Mrs J T Stith and Mr and Mrs C D Hardaway entertained a party of young people to dinner on Tuesday and Wednesday John B Hardaway of St Louis i visiting at W C Jollys Mr and Mrs Charlie Sipes of Valley Station and Katie Hardaway o Anchorage attended the funeral serv iced of Mrs J M Hardaway Rev O R Becker of Owensboro iis selling Bibles and visiting friends iin this vicinity Miss Ina McCoy was in Louisville shopping last week Mrs Minor Payne and Miss Beulah Payne John Compton and Miss Annie Compton attended the Baptist Associa tion at Harned Dont forget about old folks day September 6 Appropriate exercises in the forenoon dinner on the grounds and preaching in the afternoon Ev erybody is cordially invited Mrs Leah Pate has gone to Union Star where she will teach this fall and winter Overton Blanford and Z T Stith spent a few days in Vine Grove last week Edwin Foote who has been ill with typhoid fever is now convalescent to his friends great joy Mrs Richard Carman and children attended the Elizabethtown fair last weekRev C C Marriott recently con ducted revival services in the Baptist church here and reorganized the church Preaching services will be held every third Sunday Last Thursday a crowd of our young people chaperoned by E P Hardaway spent a most enjoyable day at Sulphur Well Misses Clarice Buhrman Ollie Combs Minnie Stith Fannie Harda way Blanche Jolly Cevie Cain Kath leen Walker Marguerite Stith Messrs Howard Drury Strather Stith H V Cain Paul Wilson and Ben Stithwere the young folks Peaches were plenti ful along the road and one of the boys took some melons and all of the girls carried lots of dinner so everybody had plenty to eat Some of the party whoI attended both said that this picnic re minded them very much of the Masonic picnic at Cloverport the week before because they had such a good time atI both DUKESii Born to the wife of J H Basham August 21 a twelvepound girl Born to the wife of Jim Parker Aug ust 22 a boyjj Mrs Frank Clark and daughters left Monday for their home at Barren Tex after a viiit of several weeks at this place Emmett and Reuban Hall visited relatives at Gatewood from Saturday until Sunday Miss Eunice Nichols of Owensboro was the guest of relatives here a few days last week Rev J S J Brear of Fordsville failed to fill his regular appointment at the C P church Saturday and Sunday Miss Liztie Nix spent Thursday night with Miss Mabel Hall Mrs Will Clark of Philpot is visit ing her parents Mr and Mrs Jerry BashamAlbert Philips returned to his home at Owensboro Monday after a few days visit with his cousin H H TindleHilous Basham attended the ice cream supper at Floral Saturday night The singing at the church Saturday night was well attended Homer Tindle Ernest Evans Hilou- Basham and Jesse Burnett attended the show at Patesville Friday night Misses Elsie Lamb and Anna Lynch and Oliver Flowers of Patesville andl Isaac Powers of Goering were th i guests of Flora Newbury Sunday Bridge Nearing Completion Mr J G Brashear informs the cor respondent that by Saturday the Hen derson Routes new pier in Salt river will have attained the required height of 101 feet and that on or about Sep tember 1st work upon the superstructure will be begun and pushed rapidly toi completion About the middlo of November the Henderson Route expects to use thel own tracks frog Henderson to Louisville The low stage of water and th e weather has been ideal for the work Elizabethtown News A Fox Hunt Dreaml By John T Ditto Not long since at my present home in Decatur 111 a beautiful moonlight night my mind wandered back to the days of my life on the farm in Kentucky where my pleasure was with dogs andl horse I suppose my mind did not clear up on the subject before retirin for I Mad a dream that night that was a hair raiser and a mind splitter My dream was about a fox hunt As I re call it very vividly there came a fine soft balmy morning and all conditions seemed to be right for a little run InI fact they were so good I could not re hasplenty of farm work that demanded my attention handfs out on enough outlined jobs to keep them employed for two days or more These plans are necessary for when you start out on a fox hunt there is no telling when you will get in if there i anything doing in the woods with goo company and stayers I did not have to blow the horn for old Wallace Sam Brown and one or two others who were watching my movements because they knew as well as I did it was the right kind of a morning for such work s No wife those days to get a permit from so I straddled one of my favorites and out we struck for the old hunting grounds back of McGhees Dittos and McAuliffs Just after I had crossed the railroad back of McGhees upon the ridge I noticed my old reliable Wallace starting far on ahead with tail and head both up sniffing the air and brushes every step I saw his tail begin to switch his head lift a little higher and off to the left he went It was not long before he gave a cry the kind that rings certainty of a chase that you can bet will soon be on and on right Sam Brown was on his heels at the second mouth and the others soon joined in and off they went towards McAuliffs old field and I followed at break neck speed to get a favorite pointall of the sweet music When I reached the advantage point up the road my friend the Shrews berry boy with old Sally and DuRelle and a couple of pups that were just be ginning to run well appeared upon the scene Before Shrewsberry reached meI Sally and DuRelle learned tthat there was something going on and in a twinkling of an eye they were at the heels of my dogs They took a round to the west back of Brandenburg and then turned in our course again About the time they got near us up the road my old friend Gus W Richard son known as our red fox politician always ready to run for any office open ed Of course all of us fox hunters would put up the money for him and he most generally won out made his ap pearance Gus kpew it was a glorious morning and he had come down with aIfew of his real live and Yallow1 good ones Before the greeting of how do you do could pass old Lena I Blue Dick little ring neck had jined in and the sticks began to crack Hair raising time was then sure on with about ten or twelve true bucks as ever followed the fox were busy They took a course toward Doe Run creek went up for a mile and then pulled toward us again We rode the ridges and never lost hearing any time By the time they had made this round they were all settled down to business running in a pack that could be cover ed with a blanket and not a bobble nor a hitch was there They ran at this gate three hours then went to cover out back of my fathers old place Come boys lets go for a bite to eat and with this invitation my dream vanished HARKED Rev J Duggins filled his regular appointment at the Baptist Church SundayLewis Kennedy is very ill Mr and Mrs C L Bruington and children spent Saturday and Sunday the guest oilier parents Rev and Mrs M L Roberts of Stephens port The infant child of Mrand Mrs Allie Weatherford of Sunnydale died Satur day and the remains were brought hero and interred in the Ephesus burying SundaysThe Breckinridge Baptist association met here this week and was well attended Miss Edna Butler and brother Creel oetheir grandfather Mr and Mrs W 0 Buttlar Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ola Driskell is very ill Miss Vadna Johnson of Garfield iis the guest of Misses Rea and Ola Gray Miss Nola Payne of near Hardins burg visited relatives here several days this week Mrs Ida Meador and daughter Flora L of Basin Springs are the guests of relatives at this place Miss Florence Launddin of Albany- r is spending several weeks the guest ofi Miss May Pile Mr Henry Collnsworth and family have movd from here to near West ViewEbbert Duggins of Leitcfield iis spending a few days with his parents1 Rev and Mrs J Duggins BEARD BROTHERS COLT SHOW HardinsburgKy Aug 30 Special heregI Saturday afternoon were well attends- with much interest in the get of their fine breeding stock Altogether it was a very fine line of colts shown Of the ten of Sporting Boys siring shownthet Ifirst prize went to Moses Paynes colt of Harned the second to W R Moor thedi third to Frank Black of Custer Three Clydesdale colts were shown the premium going to C L Beard and E W Tucker Seven mule colts contended for the premiums Percy Beards got first The second premium was divided ofsHarneddMr Payne sold his colt for 100 Moor man Son refused E100 for theirs Mr Black sold his for 85 Beard Bros are every year adding to their reputation as breeders of the finest stock and their patronage is steadily growing Politics or Indifference Cause of Lack of Prohibition Law Enfor cement Internal Revenue Collector J O Thompson of Alabama having made a very careful study of the temperance situation in that state reports that the lack of enforcement of prohibitory law is due to officers being influenced byII politics or to their absolute indifference to the enforcing of the law It is rec ommended that an independent consta I bulary whose sole duty shall be to violIIationsI pointed and held strictly responsible I for this service- It is absurd to plead that the state has not sufficient officers to enforce the law The difficulty in tax enforcement I is thoroughly attributed to tne reasons I given above Mr Thompson states that during six years eight collectors in Alabama have destroyed between 700 I and 800 illicit distilleries He further states there are sixtyseven sheriffs iinI the state and probably about two bund red deputies and if they were all dls posed to enfcrce the law It woul l be practically impossible for blind tigers toexistThe of Collector Thompson in criticising the method of law enforcement by the sheriffs and deputies ha commenced to bring these officers into the public light and they are beginning to act more forcibly against the illicit liquor sellers- CANOEING AS A TONIC There are few aquatic sports which women have ventured to enjoy but of these their is none more ropnlar andl canoeingdas an I an aquatic pastime but as an effective exercise for the development of the mus cles of the arms back chest and shoulders will canoeing be reccommended For square shoulders it is not nearly as good as rowing but the frail little craft needs a cool head and a steady hand to keep it from rooting over and in that it has an advantage over rowing Certainly iit is a more delightful and less laborious sport than rowing and may he safe to have the additional incentive to the ven ture some spirit in the possibility of dan upsetfThe best season of the year for cruis ing is September Even drifting along with a moving stream the canoe demands guidance that may require consid erable physical exertion and an activity which the hot summer days of August or July would not permit There are few days of September when the canoeist could not be ou4 upon the stream at mid daand not fear the ills of excessive torridity Walter Mayfield in Uncle RemussThe Home Magazine for September FOR COUNTY JUDGE The Times has received information that J U Wade of Fordsville will make the race for County Judge in Ohio county in this fallsrace Mr Wade was reared In Smiths Grove and is well known to our pesple and j they hope to hear of Ohio county elect will make the people of Ohio county a good Judge Mr Wade married one of Warrens fine st ladies so in his home he had a helpmate to elevate and push towards the higher things of life The T mes expects to hear of his suc cessand wishes him prosperity and hap piness Times Smiths Grove a111 W 11W wan W NOTICE T- OTaxpayers I or one of my Deputies will be at the following places on dates given to collect taxes which are now past due Stephonsport Monday September 21 Chenault Tuesday September 22 Mooleyville Wednesday September 23 Union Star Thursday September 24 Webster Friday September 25 Irvington Saturday September 26 e Will be at Cloverport every Saturday except Satur day September 26 from now till November 1 Please Settle and Save Costs MILT MILLER S B C CLOVERPORT To LOUISVILLE t SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 6 125 manI FOR ROUND Good on trains leaving Cloverport 507 and 1004 a m Good return ing on any train same day I I US DISPENSATORY y Describes the Principal Infretffeitt Contained In Peruna Are we claiming too much for Peruas when we claim it to be an effective remedy for chronic catarrh Have we abundant proofthat Peruna ii in real ity such a catarrh remedy Let us tees what the United States Dispensatory says Of the principal ingredients of Peruna Take for instance the ingredient hydrastis canadensis or golden seal The United States Dispensatory says of this herbal remedy that itis largely employed in the treatment ofdepraved mucous membranes chronic rhinitis nasal catarrh atonic dyspepsia ca tarrh of the stomach chronic intesti cad tarrh of the liver and in diseased mucous membranes of the pelvic organs It is also recommended for the treatment of various forma of dis eases peculiar to women corydalisStates Dispensatory as a tonic Soaks is cubebs classed as a stomachic and as a tonic for the mucous membranes Cedron seeds is another ingredient of Peruna an excellent drug that has been very largely overlooked by kImedical profession for the put K years The seeds are to be fond 1i very few drug stores The Unites rStates Dispensatory says of the aetie of cedron that it is used as a bitttrtt tonic and in the treatment ef dysen tery andin intermittent diseases as at substitute for quinine Oil of copaiba another iifrMiemt of Peruna is classed by the Utitei States Dispensatory as a mild atia lant and diuretic Itacts em the stem ach and intestinal tract It acta as a stimulant on the genitonrinary mess iramM Useful in chrcmic cystitis chronic dysentery and diarrhea asi some chronic diseases of the liver tat kidneys Stafttt us for a free bask of teats monials ef what the people think of Peruna as catarrh remedy Tie WIt viienceis the testimony oftknewk kavetritiit A BEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE TO MRS FRANCES RHODES On the eve of Aug 18 1008 near the Angelus Hour our mother and friend Mrs Frances M Rhodes breathed forth her faithful Into the hands of her Judge and Savior Aunt Fannie as she was usually called was one of the oldest ladies in our neighborhood having reached tljs advanced age of 81 years 10 months and 20 days She was the daughter of James Hackley and Mary WilHs Hackley of Grayson county Ky but she was left an orphan at the tender age of six weeks and reared by two kind old people Mr and Mrs James Burtle of Grayson county On Oct 20 1884 she was married to Francis Rhodes by Rev Fr De Quacher and came to this county and settled in the Forks of Rough two miles west of McDaniels where they lived until the time of their death She was the mother of eight children and had fiftyfive grandchildren and eighteen great grandchildren She was a loyal Christian mother in every particular She llyed in the sanc tuary of her home where by the power of her example and entreaties she influenced her children in the way they should go No one ever camt beneath her roof that did not leave without gratitude for her kindness The clergy the aged the sick the orphans and even the slaves in early days all felt the heavenly dew of her kindness when near her home Humility purity and charity were her three great virtues She was a true and faithful member of the Catholic church having become a convert in her youth Her death was one of piety and resignation to the holy will of God but never did she r cease giving her children good advice until the last few hours of life yhen the agony of death deprived her Of speech Her funeral took place from St Anthonys church Long Lick Aug 20 amid a large assembly of relatives and friends Rev John Francis Kneu officiating May her soul rest in peace Hows This We otter One Hundred Dollars Howard for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Oatarrh Cure F J CHENEY do Co Toledo O We the undersigned have known P J Cheney for the last IB years and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transac tions and financially ably to carry out any qbllRatlons made by his firm WaldIng Klnnan fc Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents pr bottle Sold by all DruggistsTake Family Pills for constipation To make cherry jelly out of apples throw a handful of cherry leaves into the jelly while boiling After the leaves have boiled some time they can easily be lifted out Jelly made this way tastest exactly like Cherry je1yWomans9 Home Companion for September